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Page 113 text:
Bible History club is known over the school for
the lovely devotionals and beautiful prayers
that its members prepare. Members of the
club also belong to Mrs. Hettye Summers'
Bible history class. ln the picture at the right,
a group of members plan activities with Mrs.
Summers, sponsor. The girls, counter-clock-
wise, are Peggy Boyd, Sylvia Wilson, Shirley
earn 0 ancient times
Members of the club in a group pose are, below, left bara Killman, row 3, Mary Moore, pianist, Eva Hocutt,
to right, row l, Lorena Johnson, Margaret Sue Thomas, vice-president, Margaret Earp, historian, Nancy Zenor,
June Cosby, Maxine Crossland, Berdie Moose, chor- row 4, Frank Moore, president, Darlene McCampbell,
istor, Ruby Owens, row 2, Mickie Vargas, reporter, devotional leader, Lois Owens, Peggy Zumwalt, and
Connie Ogden, Shirley Cosby, Betty Jean Huff, Bar- Bill Goddard, treasurer.
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Another new club at CHHS is the Junior Homemakers
of America. Persons of the stronger sex are excluded
from its membership. But twenty-four young gentlemen
will be the luckier'it the aim of the club is attained,
above, left to right, row l, Mitzi Wright, Jean Abbott,
Lura Miller, Anna Carter, Jo Ann Ellison, row 2, Helen
Outstanding members of the home economics department are
officers of the Junior Homemakers, standing, Mitzi Wright,
treasurer, Jo Ann Ellison, reporter, seated, Anna Carter, secre-
tary, Jean Abbott, vice-president, and Lura Miller, president.
Hopper, Nina Miller, Jo Ann Henry, Emma Jean Tack-
ett, Pat Hodge, Carol Wisel, Leah Smallwood, Lois
Jackson, Delores Solden, row 3, Maedean Harper.
Mildred Harris, Lucille Barton, Eileen.White, Jean Pear-
son, Joann Musgrave, Lois Jean Southerland, Martha
Burke, Lois Stapp, and Catherine Jackson.
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Sponsors, above, left to right, are
Mrs. Sunbeam Frazier, Miss Blanche
Smith and Mrs. Rose Weisiger.
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Additional members below, left to right, row l, Carol
Riddle, Sue Scantlan, Bobbie Hubbard, Betty Kimsey,
Mollie Brinlee, Norma Jean Haven, Jo Ann Bright,
Norma June Jones, Charlene Taylor, row 2, Jo Ann
Bergstrand, Roberta Thornton, Dawnyce Orr, Elba Fer-
guson, Dorothy Trumbly, Barbara Oliver, Velma John-
son, Leona Winsett, row 3, Carolyn Stacey, Joan Bry-
ant, Jean Campbell, Irvena Moone, Delorise Scott,
row 4, June Jones, Nialta Cheatwood, Betty Burrell,
Patsy Ann Hall, Theta Jo Emerson, Evelyn Clayton,
Eva Jones, Helen Frith, Betty Jo Hack, Earlene Hol-
land, Peggy Gibson.
FBLA officers are, left, left to right, Maxine
Morrison, treasurer, Shirley Morrison, pres-
ident, Reta Stewart, first vice-president,
Beverly Huddleston, second vice-president,
standing, Dorothy Seymour, secretary, and
Billie Utz, reporter.
Cglcture feacfers in
Members, upper right, left to right, row l
Wanda Pamplin, Betty Shinneman, Mary
Ellen Irvin, Loriee Bagley, Ruthie Dailey,
Thelma Schaulis, Patsy Sanders, Ella Main,
row 2, Jackie Hall, Faye Roberts, Wilma
Baskett, Maribell Cavender, Mildred Hop-
kins, Mary Chapman, Barbara Minter, Anne
Hallman, Carolyn Wilcox, row 3, Charlene
Webb, Jeanne Kelly, Earlene Reece, Ova-
zine Perry, Lynn Clark, Ruby West, Freda
West, La Vonna Conner, Betty Freeman,
Betty McCollom, row 4, Jo Ann Landers,
Jo Ann Hughey, Anita Sue Carreker, Joy
Hightower, Rosine Saloga, Mary Ann Ten-
nery, Pat Thomas, Betty Hughes, and Pat
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