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Members of the Art club are an industrious bunch.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Dorothy Mayes, they
designed scenery for school dramatic productions,
decorated the cafeteria for the S. A. S. C. barbeque,
and kept the main showcase filled with an attractive
display of ceramics and stencil designs. Block prints
and pencil sketches for the yearbook were contributed
by members of the club, left to right, row 'l, Eva Ben-
son, Louise Mills, Darlene Rose, Sandra Fruit, Lou Ann
Johnson, row 2, Peggy Stevens, Darlene Hagar, Jimmy
Turner, Wilma Riggan, Betty Jean Drabek.
Students who are members of the Photography club center their
interest in what they consider the main part of school life, i.e.,
taking and developing interesting and unusual poses and pic-
tures, left to right, row 7, Pauline Miller, Jean Campbell, Janice
McAbee, Ann Kelly, Jerry Knight, row 2, Nancy Zenor, Patsy
Wright, Sue Dehart, Don Foster, Bill Stine, Dean Smith, row 3,
Jerry McMahon, Darlene McCampbell, Wendell Casey, Allen
Brown, Ralph Walker, Gerald Murray.
Pictured above are ofiicers of the Photography club,
left to right, row 1, Wendell Casey, sergeant-at-arms,
Darlene McCampbell, secretary-treasurer, John Pryor,
sponsor, row 2, Nancy Zenor, vice-president, Gerald
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Sponsor of the Art
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been greatly appr
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ln their second year as a CHHS club, the Future Draftsmen have become an active organization. Much of their
time is spent in drawing up house plans. Members of this group are, left to right, row l, Patsy Deeds, James
Hicks, Merlene Reed, Elbert Estell, Janet Johnson, row 2, James Veitch, Gerald Austin, Gail Amburn, row 3, Don
Bowers, Billy Reed, Dean Crawford, row 4, Bobby Danner, Harold Hardy, Richard Titsworth, Donald Flowers,
Members of the Historical club were concerned mainly with the city-wide UNESCO meetings which they sponsored
here. Meetings were held in the social center and CHHS sent delegates to gatherings held at other schools,
left to right, row l, Frank Carpenter, Maxine Crossland, Bobby Hamm, Beverly Crew, Jon Evah Chambless, row
2, Evelyn Clayton, Shirley Watson, Donna Bryant, Ruthie Dailey, Zulema Stone, Diana Storie, row 3, Mariorie Jo
Johnson, John Thompson, Johnny Ryan, Don Foster, Roy Borthick, Mrs. Mary Richert, sponsor,
anal to tfze future
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lr. Ernest Wright and
lr D. F. Cooley are
ue capable sponsors
F the Hi-Y.
One of the most active
service clubs in school is
the Y-Teen organization.
Among their proiects was
the making of Christmas
favors for the old folks'
home, Easter toys for a
local orphanage, present-
ing Bible readings in as-
sembly, and sponsoring
the school bookroom, an
indispensable and fre-
quently patronized shop.
The white sweater and
an service emlqfems
Operating movies and serving the school are the two
main purposes of the Hi-Y. They also co-operated with
a drive for food to send to YMCA's in lndia, China,
and other needy countries. Their annual faculty tea
was given during the latter part of April, left to right,
row l, Paul Pettiiohn, Robert Johnson, Gerald Murray,
Warren Pettiiohn, row 2, Ronnie Nott, John Glenn,
Billy Caywood, Gerald Davis, row 3, Glenn Corzine,
Oneal Roberts, Doryce Roulston, John Thompson.
blue skirt is the uniform, members are, left to right,
row 1, Pauline Miller, Mary Jo Barnes, Arlene Moore,
row 2, Jean Campbell, lrvena Moon, Wren Hammett,
Mildred Hopkins, Joycelyn Delp, row 3, Sue Dehart,
Eva Sestak, Gladys Biggs, Juanita Porter, Betty Mc-
Collom, row 4, Neva Benson, Eva Benson, Delores Sol-
don, Margaret Thomas, Mariorie Jo Johnson, row 5,
Donna Hastings, Margaret Earp, Mary Kerfoot, Edna
Atinow, Ruby Arrington, Lorita Robinson, Ruby West.
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