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Page 72 text:
Every student is a member of the Student Co-operative Association. The general aim is to develop the kind of stu- dents who are worthy citizens of the home, the school, the community, the nation, and the world in which they live, and to encourage greater and better co-operation and sharing of responsi- bilities on the part of students, teachers, and parents. There are thirty-seven members on the student council. The president, vice-president, and secretary are elect- ed in the spring of the preceding year. The president is automatically a dele- gate to Boy ' s or Girl ' s State, and he attends Summer Workshop. Other coun- cil members include presidents of clas- ses, clubs, homerooms, and editors of school publications. Miss Blanche Campbell is sponsor. Some of the activities this year were: sponsoring of the VTiite Christ- mas program for needy families and Wednesday morning assembly pro- grams — such as educational films, quiz programs, and dramatic pro- ductions. S. C. A. OFFICERS James Gilmer, President; Sharon Brown, Vice-president; Connie Jones, Sec- retary. Siucfeni CjO ' -operaiiue C ssociaiion FIRST ROW: Miss Campbell, sponsor; Sarah Hendricks; Jane Kiser; Linda Watkins; Eugenia Howard; Connie Jones. SECOND ROW: Sharon Brown; Susan Archer; Phyllis White; Ann Fuller; Nancy West; Brenda Fogleman. THIRD ROW: Herman Hale; Larry Morrison; Betty Honaker; Estella Monk; Linda Edmonds; Peggy Monk; Paulette Denny; Judy Dye. FOURTH ROW: Joe Kiser; Don Hughes; David White; Robby Smith; Phillip Blizzard; Mike Lowdermilk; James Gilmer; Bobby Brown; Barbara Williams. FIFTH ROW: Wayne Price; Gary Cook; Mike Frye. 68
Page 71 text:
Bettye Honaker, Anna Jean King, and Linda Hall are preparing for the morning yearbook sale. Eugenia Howard, Mona Noblitt, Linda Perry, Sandra Skeen, Janie Hooker, Anne Burns, Ann Boyd, and Margaret Howard are drawing the layout for the Pioneer. loneer Norma Patrick, Barbara Williams, Linda Stanley, Shelbey Hess, Connie Yates, Anna Lee Farmer, Catherine Mays, Brenda Ferguson, and Gail Sutherland are typing copy under the instruction of Mrs. Fred Pruner, assistant advisor.
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I j FIRST ROW: Sharon Jones; Anna Lee Farmer. SECOND ROW: Louella Shepard; Bonnie Fields; Linda Grif- ; fith; Melanie Jessee. THIRD ROW: Michael Wright; Jimmy Skeen; Sharon Brown; Ava Gillespie; Brenda i Griffith; Linda Howard. FOURTH ROW: Jack Davis; Charles Hargis; Gwen Gilmer; Brenda Crist; Sandra j Jessee; Wilma Reynolds; Linda Grimes; Brenda Fogleman. FIFTH ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Musick, Carolyn Keene; Susan Archer; Sarah Hendricks; Jane Kiser; Linda Watkins; Sandy Skeens; Margaret Howard; Ann ; Burns; Brenda Ferguson; Eugenia Howard; Beatrice Hubbard; Nancy Johnson; Phyllis Rose; Mike Frye. j aiionaf 3i onor Soc eiy Selective membership in the National Honor Society is based on the students ' scholastic records. Honor Society members assume leadership and responsibility, stimulate high scholarship, and encourage the development of sound character. In November, the National Honor Society challenged the Science Club in a quiz pro- gram presented to the student body. At Commencement exercises members of the Society wore satin pennants to distinguish them as honor students. I ! I i The Science Club of Lebanon High School is composed of students who have a B aver- age in mathematics and the sciences. Our club is affiliated with the Science Clubs of America. Our projects for the year have included the sponsorship of programs such as the Bob Brown Science Circus as well as lectures by a physicist from the Atomic Energy Com- mission. FIRST ROW: Bobby Brown; Phillip Blizzard; Brenda Ferguson; Jane Kiser; Eugenia Howard; Sharon Brown; Carolyn Davis; Linda Watkins; Ann Parks; Greg Finney. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Lynch, sponsor; Herman Hale; Phillip Puckett; Jack Davis; Jerry Taylor; Tommy Bunton; Mike Frye; John Adams; James Gilmer; Alex Crumbaker; Tommy Kiser. 69
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