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" To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com- munity high standards of Christian char- acter " is the purpose of the Sr. Tri-Hi- Y. This year, under the guidance of Mrs. James Gilmer, the club has been very active. Porjects undertaken by the club in- clude sending magazines to the hospital and jail, buying shoes for a needy child, participating in a Thanksgiving and Eas- ter program for the student body, and selling nabs. The club was represented at Blue Ridge Assembly, District Con- ference, and Model General Assembly. The ACE Award, highest award pre- sented to a Y Club, was given to the club at Richmond, Va. Jane Kiser, Treasurer; Ann Boyd, Historian; Linda Watkins, President; Sandy Skeen, Secretary; Margaret Howard, Chaplain; Jeanette Griffith, Sergeant-at- Arms. Senior Uri-jfi-y FHIST ROW: Ava Gillespie; Jackie Anderson; Susan Archer; Sharon Brown; Carolyn Davis; Jane Kiser. SECOND ROW: Linda Watkins; Eugenia Howard; Margaret Howard; Jeanette Griffith; Mona Noblitt. THIRD ROW: Anne Burns; Ann Boyd; Deena Runyon; Dana Buskirk; Linda Perry; Sandy Skeen. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Gilmer, sponsor; Carolyn Keene; Jean Kesee; Diana Rasnake; Estella Monk; Sandra Jessee; Linda Jessee. 72
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uiure eacners Cnmerica FIRST ROW: Marcella Gilmer; Jackie Anderson; Sandy Johnston; Melanie Jessee; Diana Musick; Beatrice Hubbard. SECOND ROW: Brenda Crist; Glenda Hall; Sandy Jessee; Vivian Jackson; Sharon Brown. THIRD ROW: Sponsor, Mrs. White; Nancy Johnson; Phillip Senter; Sponsor, Mrs. Taylor. The Future Teachers Club had as one of its objectives a memorial service for the late Mrs. Ruby Givens. During National Education Week it entertained the faculty with a coke party. The Club checked coats at basketball games, kept a nursery during?. T. A. meetings and sent delegates to the F.T.A. convention. " Marriage Calls for Preparation " was the main topic included in the F.H.A. program of work for this year. At the Russell County Fair the club ' s education exhibit around this theme won first place. During National F.H.A. week, a supper was given for the mothers of club members. FIRST ROW: Anna Jean King; Shelby Hess; Darla Counts; Phyllis Rose; Nancy Johnson. SECOND ROW: Paulette Denny; Margaret Dean; Brenda Crist; Frances Statzer; Miss Tate, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Rasnake; Deborah Salyer; Patty Fife; Wilma Reynolds; Joan Tolbert; Nancy Holmes; Emma Richardson; Phyl- lis Lester; Linda McClothin; Julia Alexander. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Puckett; Carol Breeding; Judy Cross; Geneva Puckett; Doris Jackson; Nancy Fife; Sondra Stoots; Sue Vencille; Barbara Gilbert. 7 I
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r ' .yunior Uri-Jfi- y FIRST ROW: Mrs, Alma Buckles; L. Howard; B. Fogleman;D. Jones; N. West; A. Fuller; J. Jones; P. Jes- see. SECOND ROW; P. Elswick; F. King; P. Large; J. Ramey; D. Altizer;D. Gilmer; J, Davis; P. Harrison; S. Ball. THIRD ROW: K. Fletcher; K. Wallace; J. Parks; B. Robinson; C. Gilmer; R. Hall; E. Griffith; A. Senter. FOURTH ROW: N. Hurt; S. Griffith; L. Grimes; L. Griffith; B. Lester; G. Gilmer; S. Jones; N. Monk; K. Tiller. FIFTH ROW: S. Hendricks; L. Lawson; E. Puckett; J. Hargis; M. Odum; M. Gilmer; B. Settle; N. Adams; K. Jessee. The Jr. Tri-Hi- Y, sponsored by Mrs. Alma Buckles, has been very active in trying to provide a Christian atmosphere in the school and community. They joined with the other Y Clubs in presenting a Thanksgiving Program to the student body, and also an Induction Service presented at the Presbyterian Church. Other activities included giving devotions to the student body for one week, filling a White Christmas box, making place cards for the hospital trays, taking magazines to the hospital, and assisting teachers in taking up tickets at basketball games. FIRST ROW: H. Hale; R. Smith; A. Crumbaker; F. Garrett; P. Senter. SECOND ROW: L. Howard; S. Gil- lespie; P. Puckett; C. Rasnake; G. Helvey. THIRD ROW: T. Bunton; J, Davis; L. Morrison; B. Noe; B. Far- rell; S. Griffith; B. Brown; B. Gilmer, FOURTH ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Paul Helvey; R. Gilmer; T. Kiser; D. Smith; J, Skeen; D. Johnson. ! The Hi-Y Club is made up of boys interested in Christian citizenship. The platform which reflects this interest is clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living. This year the club distributed magazines to the local hospital and participated in the Thanksgiving program. The club also sent two members to Model General Assembly. 1 ! !! 1
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