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Page 161 text:
The cheerful voice that chimes
6'Coach's oflicef, when 5970 is
dialed, comes from one of the
hard working girls who run er-
rands, type sports schedules,
and make themselves useful as
they keep the machinery run-
ning smoothly for the Athletic
Always ready to answer ques-
tions concerning types and lo-
cation of books in the library
are the capable members of the
library staff. With the friendly
aid of Mrs. Nancy Poston, Head
Librarian, and Mr. B. M. Shef-
field, Assistant Librarian, stu-
dents have been able to make
book reports and class reports
on time. The Hmighty seniors"
have found their advice valuable
as they collected material for
their term papers.
"Just a minute, please, I'll have to hunt him" is the by-word of the coach's staff
members, Nancy Hagan, Jerry Anderson, Virginia Cochran, Sandra Mitchell, and Ellen
fa . rr M
Taking time oH from their library work are the servants of the literary world and JOE. fLeft to right, Hrst rowl Katherine
Clinard, Mary Crater, Joe 0'Neal, Barbara Morrison, Barbara Priddy, Hellene Paschal, Phyllis Witcher. CSecond row! Pat
Russell, Betty ,Io Bivens, Betsy Hedgecock, Ruth Lassiter, Carolyn Armentrout, Betty Lou Cray, Ellen Moore. iThird rowl
Betty Robertson, Eunice Watson, Joan Forbis, Jerry Clapp, Shirley Frazier.
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Smiling clerks of the Student Store are fLeft to right, first rowl Mary Lou Malpass, Phyllis Witcher, Betty Kearns, Roberta
Soucy, Billie Sue Sherman. CSecond rowl Becky Hester, Shirley Lambert, Virginia Anne Walker, Mary Jane Shipwash, Rose
Marie Wienberly, .lane Sowers, Sylvia McGhee.
Always ready to meet that early morning rush and the many requests for pencils and paper were the capable
salesmen of the student store staff. Not only did they manage the sales of school supplies, but they also made
it possible for the school to obtain radios and other prizes by cutting the squares from packs of paper. Their
new adviser, Mrs. Amy Miles, was always willing to open the supply room for material needed during the
day. Much of the success of the store goes to these efficient workers and their adviser.
To gain experience, students aid teachers by being student secretaries. They are tLeft to right, first rowl .Shirley Haney,
Becky Morris, Christine Nobles, Janice Spaugh, Phyllis Witcher, .loan Black, Peggy Miller, Billie Ruth Pilcher. fSecond
row? Barbara Freeman, Doris Briggs, Ellen Moore, Evelyn Morgan. fThird rowl Sylvia Schultheiss, Eleanor Cook, Norma
Comer, Mary Jane Shipwash, Betty Lou Gray, Carolyn Armentrout, Joan Atkinson, Hilda Pickrel, Hellene Paschal, Myra
Printing tests for teachers, cutting stencils, and running off papers were the duties of the student secretaries.
They worked earnestly throughout the year to carry out the services which the various teachers asked them to
Page 162 text:
Drying a picture for the Pemican are dark room With a good record to back them up, bus drivers. Donald Scalf,
IISSISIHHIS Smart Han and GCUYSC HOUCYCUU- Donald Clodfelter, Bill Kinley, and Cray Denny, deliver students
safely to the school every morning.
lndustrious lab assistants are Tom Wood, Ronnie Falls, Tommy Albertson, Frank
McCain, Pepper Tice.
Workirig hastily to produce
those pictures for the school
publications were the experi-
enced boys of the darkroom
The bus drivers bringing the
students of neighboring com-
munities into High Point were
faced with many hard and cold
weather conditions, but they
were always faithful to their job.
4'What's that terrible odor?,'
was thc question asked by stu-
dents as they passed the chem-
istry labg but they needed only
to glance inside to realize that
it was just the result of an
experiment. There to lend a
helping hand were Mr. Isheels
well-trained lab assistants. Ex-
plaining important details and
answering many questions were
only a few of the duties of these
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