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Page 12 text:
4 1 od buildi Q
. PUSHING OUT A WALL permitted annexation of an ad-
ioining classroom for office space. Floyd C. Smith, prin-
cipal, surveys the spacious, well-equipped outer office.
. WHERE IS THAT PICTURE of Pat Boone? Janna Rankin,
Jessica Appling, and Rosemary Wortham scan the library
magazines doubtless searching for a picture of the teen-
age idol, while Eddie Burkett looks for the latest news on
the launching of the Vanguard rocket.
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. A ROOM EVACUATED by science classes permits expansion
of the guidance department. Janice Connett studies
scholarship possibilities on display there.
FORMERLY BURSTING at the seams for lack of space, Flora
Journalists are now bursting their buttons with pride over
their added "rim" room. Sue Grace, Locust Log editor
in the slot, directs Danny Riggle, Glen Dawson, Mozelle
Perrine, and Joyce Findley around the rim.
Page 11 text:
S r ture bea S 1912 dateline 1
TEN CENTS TO GET IT BACK. Brenda Kincaid, senior,
and "B" Oglesby, sophomore, hunt diligently for a lost
English boolr. Careless students must pay the fee to get
the volume returned.
NO MORE FALLEN arches from waiting in line in the
office. Dean Erwin, iunior, talres advantage of the new
"executive" looking chairs.
NO MORE RUNNING over to the store between classes.
Barbara Levitt, senior, asks the price of the paper pad
and pencil she is purchasing from Tom Owens, sophomore.
The school book-room is operated by the Student Council.
COMFORTABLE STUDYING, Lennie Griffith, freshman,
Tom McCawley, sophomore, Wayne Lappington, freshman,
and Rolla Carter, iunior, seem to think so as they try out
the "latest" in study hall seats.
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e o oo t hose vvho stay,
Departments left behind in Building B after the
big shuffle took a deep breath and spread out.
The guidance department acquired a room of its
own, and the cafeteria expanded into the bleachers
of the girls' gym.
Art classes moving out to the old ag area left
behind two classrooms. One became an English
room, and the other took the overflow from the pub-
lications department. Journalists Work like veterans
about o professional semi-circular copy desk.
A miniature house was moved into the school
and took up residence in the enlarged shop rooms.
All boys taking the electricity course are required
to wire the little house correctly to pass.
The library moved down to occupy the back of
the old study hall and gained a periodical room
and an office for the librarian.
. FOR A LESSON IN PRECISION Danny McAllister, iunior,
occupies the remodeled and enlarged shop rooms. Mr.
McGeel1e does the teaching.
. STOPPING FOR A CHAT with Mr. Collier, Phyllis Hedge
and Danny Riggle test out the faculty table in the new
wing of the cafeteria. The tables and chairs are new
this year, too.
. YOU WOULDN'T DARE! Newly installed fire alarms are
spotted all through the building. Everett Pittman knows
that if he lets this hammer fall and break the glass he'lI
get into water hot as the fire. He isn't going to.
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