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Page 82 text:
MRRDDN mm WHITE
Among our most popular extra-curricular activities is the
Maroon and White. It has furnished many moments of enjoyment
for its subscribers, especially all the inside dope gathered
by Ima Tattletale, the little gossip gremlin of the paper.
The staff consisted of the following: Sybil Rhyne, Editorg
Joann Johnson, Assistant Editor, Pat Bradley, Business Manager,
Joyce Hoeldtke, Circulation Managerg Helen Worley, Social Editorg
Joe Tarver, Sports Editor, Juanita Admire, Assistant Sports Edi-
torg Gordon Heard, Mary Lois Ratliff, Bettye Roberson, Organizat-
Page 81 text:
The Future Farmers of America is composed of high school boys interested in agri-
The National Emblem is made up of five symbols, the owl, the plow, and the rising
sun, within the cross section of an ear of corn, which is surmounted by the American
eagle. Upon the face of the emblem appear also the words HVocational Agriculture"and
the letters NF. F. A.u The owl is symbolic of wisdom and knowledge, the plow is the
symbol of labor and tillage of the soilg the rising sun is emblematic of progress and
the new day that will dawn when all farmers are trained and have learned to cooperate,
the cross section of an ear of corn represents common agricultural interests since corn
is native to America and grown in every state, and the eagle is indicative of the nat-
ional scope of the organization.
The local officers are: Charles Whitehead, President, George Hoeldtke, Vice-
Presidentg Melvin Tucker, Secretary, Joe Evans, Treasurer, T. A. Wiginton, Reporterg and
Carol Bishop, Sentinel.
Page 83 text:
JRC ll RRBB I
In completing this yearbook we have tried to give you an authentic record
of the important happenings that took place during this school year. We have
worked diligently and we sincerely hope that in the years to come you will en-
joy thumbing through the pages of this book, the H1946 Jackrabbit.H
The staff was composed of the following: Editors, Cynthia Daley, Bill
Jack Evans, Business Managers, Carrol Deavor, Donald Cleveland, Artists,
Sybil Rhyne, Ollie Mae Hogan, Betty Heaton, Carrol Deavor, Doris Williams,
Alyne Egenbacher, Glynna Faye Hortong Secretary, Bettye Roberson, Photographers,
Glenn Chambers, Gordon Heard, Virginia Johnson, June White, Florence Kistler,
Dorothy Gossettg Typists, Ruby Jean Vassar, Mary Lou Thompson, Velta Faye
Roberts, Faculty Advisors, Miss Cohron, Miss Wright.
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