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Page 121 text:
Herb Jones, sole sponsor of the FFA, and officers, put
their heads together and plan the coronation of their
lovely sweetheart, Carole Cook.
Officers are, seated, left to right, Albert Parker, secre-
Operators' club serves CHHS in showing movies for
the visual aids department. The club has many well-
trained members who sacrifice their own class time to
show pictures for other classes, below, left to right,
row l, Mr. D. F. Cooley, Dot Davenport, Ruby Richard-
or operating mac zines
Tinkering with radio
sets is also included
in an operator's iob.
tary, Paul Nunn, treasurer, Carole Cook, sweetheart,
Harlow Gers, president, R. L. Woodside, vice-president,
standing, Herb Jones, sponsor, Edward York, reporter.
son, row 2, Bob Horn, Roger Triplett, John Glenn,
Ronny Nott, John Hoover, Robert Turner, row 3, Bill
Wilson, Robert Johnson, Don Moore, Paul Daugherty,
Paul Short, Gerald Murray and David Edmiaston.
Page 120 text:
Members of the FFA do their part for CHHS by plant-
ing shrubs, beautifying the grounds, and providing
flowers and plants for school affairs. The boys also
serve the community. During Christmas the FFA organ-
ization took charge and carried out plans for all the
decorations in the business district of Capitol Hill, left
to right, row l, Jerry Tweed, Kenneth Snider, Bill
Green, Glenn Booth, Lester Sloan, row 2, Gerald Jack-
son, Thomas Tlapak, Ross Crawford, Rodney Mitchell,
Frank Crawford, Donald Wellner, row 3, Ronald Ben-
son, Victor Pollock, Keith Merrick, Bobby Sloan, Jack
Gentry, Terry Hayes, Dale Morava, row 1, Leon Afi-
now, John Hiner, Kenneth Barnes, Harold Cook, Berl
Hendrickson, Roy Borthick, Jr., Norman Jones, Billy
Freeman, Hubert Huddleston.
arming or cfeocztlng
Better known as the debaters,
members of Delta Sigma have
made a name for themselves in
their field of the speech arts.
The team has attended a num-
ber of tournaments and con-
tests during the year. Members
are, sitting, left to right, Alla
Lou Ward, Beverly Fulkerson,
Delores Lewis, Nancy Hatha-
way, Carroll Gregg, standing,
Mr. John Absher, Marilyn Prov-
ince, O. V. Dement, and Alr-
Page 122 text:
G-I I' Jul,
Junior Alumni Association's chief obiect is to uphold school traditions and to plan the annual Alumni Day, held
each year just betore Easter, The CHHS Alumni Association is the largest in the world, partly due to the deter-
mination of the Junior Alumni chapter. The club's membership is made up of students whose parents attended
Capitol Hill High School. Members are, left to right, row 7, Bob Parmeter, Darlene Teague, Patsy Hines, Rosemary
Avery, Carolyn Cantwell, Beverly McArthur, Ann Claymore, row 2, Barbara Sue Ward, Beverly Baxley, Jeanette
Avery, La Dean Barnhill, Wanda Brandt, Zulema Stone, Katy Desper, row 3, Russell Amburn, Myrna McCollum,
Harold Reed, Gerald Penny, Joyce Nan Brown, Shirley Mullenix, Marilyn Tripp, Nancy Zenor, J. C. McNutt, row
11, Warren Pettiiohn, La Roy Johnson, Paul Pettiiohn, Jack Welch, Conrad Stigler, Alla Lou Ward, Kathryn Jack-
son, Ronnie Van Horn, Nialta Cheatwood, Eldon Howard, Archie Smith.
Officers of Junior Alumni did an outstanding piece of work in the co-ordinating of club activities. Their distinctive
sweaters are well known in the halls of CHHS. Showing their best smiles for the cameraman are Yonne Spalding,
president, Beverly Crew, first vice-president, Gail Amburn, second vice-president, Alta Ruth Beals, secretary, Lou
Ann Johnson, treasurer, Marjorie Jo Johnson, parliamentarian.
Oygllfy to tracfiitzion
Officers and sponsor of the Historical club get together for a
session on the UN, left to right, Beverly Crew, secretary, Max-
ene Crossland, vice-president, Shirley Essary, Johnny Ryan, Jon
Evah Chambless, parliamentarian, seated, Miss Mary A. Selken,
Bobby Hamm, president.
Otticers of Future Drafts-
men Society discuss
plans with Mr. W. L.
Conner while looking
over adrawing by James
Marcott, They are James
James Hicks, vice-presi-
dent, Merlene Reed, sec-
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