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Page 69 text:
CLASS OFFICERS Senior Class President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . Dudley Beene Joan Gibbons Martha Peyton Powell Joyner Junior Class President Hill Harris Vice-President . Katherine Turner Secretary Jean Hayes Treasurer . . . Albert Huffman Freshman Class President .... Nickie Lester Vice-President . Sharon Miracle Secretary Jane Abell Treasurer . . . Walter Johnson Sophomore Class President .... John Cashore Vice-Pres. . Rose Audrey Randall Secretary . . . Virginia Taylor Treasurer . . . Whitney Boggs
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THE STUDENT SENATE Achee, Beene, Boydston, Broyles, Cashore . . . Cook, DeMoss, Gibbons, Harris, Harwell . . . Holtsclaw, Johnson, Kitto, Kaplan, Laird . . . Lester, Meadows, Miller, Peyton, Pulwers . . . Randall, Richey, Robins, St. Clair, Scales . . . Tinnin, Tregre; Turner, Wells, Winegeart, Yancey. Officers President . Vice-Presideni Lonard Wells Dudley Beene Coed Vice-President — — Joan Gibbons Secretary . Katherine Turner Treasurer . . Aubrey Richey For the thirteenth con- secutive year, the Student Senate has taken a lead- ing role in the manage- ment of student affairs. The school year had just begun when the group of students was called on to prove its merit. The prob- lem of chapel attendance was met and compulsory chapel later became a reality. Soon after a re- vision of the constitution was forthcoming, the Sen- ate sponsored monthly dances for the students; basketball tickets were sold; the Sub was opened for dancing two afternoons a week; faculty represen- tation was added to the roster to review the activi- ties through the eyes of the student desires. All in all, its was a successful year of student govern- ment and built a basis for more complete co-opera- tion between the admini- stration and the students in future years.
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Editorial Staff Editor . . . Katherine Turner Assistant Editor — — June Hetherwick Managing Editor — — Margaret McInnis Assistants — Mary K. Johnson, Betty Fletcher, Mary Brown, Hubert Gleason, Pearla Tinsley, Pat Adams, Jo Ann Powell, Dorothy Long, Anna Herrmann, Sally Lindsay, Wallace Walker, Jean Hayes. On the right are pictured the members of the editorial staff of the Yoncopin, the group of loyal workers who saw the task through from the first list of students to the last corrected copy. THE YONCOPIN It is with renewed faith and justified en- thusiasm that we, the staff, present to the students the 1946 Yoncopin. Prior to its ap- pearance the complexities of deadlines, cut numbers, and layout sheets became a per- manent feature in the lives of all staff mem- bers, but now all is well. Seriously, it is the sincere hope that you students may share the pride and pleasure we have felt in its publication. Among these pages may you find the record of another great year in the history of our college and by its presence be reminded of those things which make college life such a worthwhile thing. At left yearbook enthusiasts Tinnin and Turner make their way across campus. Business Staff Advertising Manager — — Claire Tinnin Assistants — —Virginia Taylor, Carolyn Phelps, Betty St. Clair, Helen Houston, Betty Mosely, Carolyn Tabb, Virginia Varley, Mary Allen Robinson, Lorraine Yearwood Pictured at right are the members of the Business Staff of the Yoncopin. To their persistence and determination is owed that section vital to every yearbook — the ad- vertising section.
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