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Flournoy, Kinnebiew, Hawkins, Graham SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS When the election smoke cleared away last fall, the members of the class of ' 42 had chosen Bill Graham as their final class president and Peg Hawkins as their vice-president. For the jobs of secretary and treasurer they chose two popular males of the graduating class, Buddy Kinnebrew and Camp Flournoy. Sophomore Class Officers The Sophomores, now members of the upper class, chose to lead them the same person who led them as Freshmen, Tom Griffith. Susie Mul- key was elected vice-president, while Glennye Harmon Pirtle and Bill Rea- gan were chosen as secretary and treasurer. Griffith, Mulkey, Reagan, Pirtle.
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Last spring, after everyone had loudly proclaimed what their intentions were if elected, the student body decided that Gilbert Hetherwick was the man for them as far as student body presidents go. Hetherwick had previously proven his ability when during his freshman and sophomore years his class had selected him as their leader. This year he has proven to the students that their selec- tion for campus boss was indeed a good one. If a lot of hard work proves that a man is good, then Bert is fine. Besides his duties as student body prexy and presiding over Student Senate meet- ings, he was chosen to lead his fraternity for this year and also held down the hard task of being Editor of the Conglomerate, school paper. The rest of the student body officers included, as co-ed vice-presidents, Peg Hawkins and Claude Teel. Hawkins, prexy of her sorority, proved herself to be a leader on the campus this year. Teel, better known as " Iron Head, " showed the students that his hustle was not confined ex- clusively to the gridiron. Serving as secretary was Ann Thibodeaux, who did a very fine job keeping the rec- ords for the student body. The treas- ury of the student body was held intact by Camp Flournoy, who did very well as keeper of the shekels. Hawkins, Teel Thibodeaux, Flournoy Student Body Officers
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Milliard, Thibodeaux, Baiid, Stephens JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS When the votes were counted in the room where the class of ' 43 was meeting, they showed that the popular choice for president was Gene Milliard. For the office of vice-president, Ann Thibodeaux was chosen. Gerry Baird was the duly-elected secretary and Joe Stephens filled the bill as treasurer. Freshman Officers The Freshmen, in a later election, decided that their first class presi- dent should be Lester Moore. Mary Smith New was named the vice-president, while Lucille Webb was named secretary and Bobby Lindsey, treasurer. Moore, New, Webb, Lindsey
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