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The National Hon- or Society is made up of students who maintain a " B " average during their last three years of high school. This year theN. H. S. spon- sored a book fair and presented a play, HONOR, OUR LIFE, to the school. FIRST ROW: Mr. Bill Cross, Sponsor; Ann Fuller, Carolyn Keene, Sarah Hendricks, Ann Patrick, Melissa Meade, Linda Grimes, Sandra Jessee, Gwen Gilmer. SECOND ROW: Louella Shepard, Linda Lawson, Wilma Reynolds, Linda McGlothin, Donna Gilmer, Jane Davis, Ava Gillespie, Brenda Fogleman, Judy Helbert. THIRD ROW: Gary Cook, Trigg Jessee, Jimmy Skeen, Mike Wright, Mike Frye, John Adams, Joe Gilmer. C yCaiionaI Jfonor Soc e y c ence This year ' s Sci- ence Club con- sisted of ten members. They held the annual Science Fair with winners in four divisions. The club also took their annual trip to Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The sponsors are Mrs.Keele Lynch and Mrs. Hester Adams . FRONT ROW: Carolyn Davis, Tommy Bunton, Greg Finny. BACK ROW: Mrs. Keele Lynch, Sponsor; Tommy Kiser, David Beam, Philip Blizzard, Eddie Reynolds, John Adams. 61
Page 62 text:
Miss Nell Howard and Dana Buskirk are busy filing cards in the card catalog. Peggy Monk, Nancy West, and Regina Smith return books to their proper shelves. Miss Howard, our librarian, with the aid of twelve assistants furnished materials for research, study, and pleasure for the entire student body. Each section of the library was studied and enlarged to the fullest extent with the funds available. Books were ordered, accessioned, and made accessible to the students. Our library gave the individual a chance to learn his own truth, in his own way, at his own pace. Bobby Ferrell helps out by straightening the magazines. Brenda Whited and Bonnie Fields are checking in books. 60
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FIRST ROW: Molly Buckles, Sue Vencill, Judy Lasley, Brenda Robinson, Kitty Monk, Laura Rumley. SECOND ROW: Miss Tate, Sponsor; Nancy Fife, Joan Talbert, Geneva Puckett, Patty Fife, Linda Jackson. THIRD ROW: Deborah Salyer, Linda McGlothin, Nancy Holmes, Rebecca Bevins, Pauline Patrick, Patricia Killion, Betty Gross, Wilma Reynolds, Doris Jackson, Carol Breeding. F. H. A. officers: Geneva Puckett, President; Linda Jackson, Treas- urer; Kitty Monk, Reporter; Joan Talbert, Vice-President M. R. F.; Nancy Fife, Vice-President. " Morals and Manners Matter " , was the main topic in the Future Homemakers of America work this year. The club ' s educational booth won second prize at the County Fair. Activities held were: a Mother-Daughter Banquet during National FHA Week and a trip to Abingdon to visit the Martha Washington Inn. J ' uture JfomemaJ?ers of Jlmerica Juture Jeachers of America The Future Teachers of America Club is made up of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who plan to become teachers. The club had a number of activities consisting of: keeping the P. T. A. nursery, having coat check, presenting a play and having a teacher ' s tea during American Education Week. The club sent three delegates to the State F. T. A. Convention in Richmond. F. T. A. officers: Sandy Jessee, Secretary; Eddie Reynolds, Treas- urer; Jackie Anderson, President; Vivian Jackson, Vice-President; keep the nursery. FIRST ROW: Nancy West, Carolyn Davis, Sharon Jones, Mrs. Keele Lynch, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Jackie Anderson, Glenda Hall, Paulette Denny, Mrs. Myrtle Taylor, Spon- sor. THIRD ROW: Vivian Jackson, Geneva Puckett, Ava Gillespie, Sandy Jessee. FOUR- THROW: Brenda Hicks, Diana Jones, Carolyn Keene, Sharon Brown. FIFTH ROW: Bobbv Farrell, Eddie Reynolds, Sammy Cheetam. 62
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