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The Senior Tri-Hi- Y Club had twenty-six members. Club activities included taking mag- azines to the jail and hospital, making holiday place cards for hospital trays, giving grace at the lunch periods, and sending delegates to Model General Assembly in Richmond. The club also presented assembly programs at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and several other times during the year. Senior Tri-Hi-Y officers: Patsy Settle, President, Connie Bowen, Vice-President; Joyce Jones, Secretary; Carolyn Davis, Treasurer; Carolyn Keene, Chaplain; Sharon Brown, Sergeant- at-Arms; Gwen Gilmer, Historian. Senior L) FIRST ROW: Sandy Jessee, Opal Brown, Gwen Gilmer, Patsy Settle, Brenda Griffith, Brenda Lester, Nancy Monk. SECOND ROW: Dana Buskirk, Carolyn Davis, Barbara Musick, Nancy West, Sharon Jones, Linda Jessee, Ava Gillespie, Linda Howard, THIRD ROW: Brenda Crist, Linda Grimes, Brenda Fogleman, Deena Runyon, Jackie Anderson, Diane Rasnake, Linda Griffith, Pat Harrison. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Lucy Gilmer, Sarah Hendricks, Sharon Brown, Connie Bowen, Carolyn Keene, Estella Monk, Joyce Jones. 64
Page 65 text:
Girl ' s Varsity officers: Gail East- erly, President; Linda Howard, Secretary; and Loruga Howard, Treasurer, plan a Christmas party for a grade school girl. Joyce Jones, Diana Jones, Pat Harrison, Susie Griffith, Ellen Puckett, Carolyn Brooks, Linda Howard, Gail Easterly, Regina Smith, Linda Lawson, Loruga Howard, Sherry Campbell, Sarah Hendricks, Martha Tritt, Miss Ruth Whitt, Sponsor. The Girl ' s Varsity Club consists of fifteen girls who have earned a letter by being a cheer- leader in football or basketball. The club sponsored a needy first grade girl to whom they gave a party at Christmas and presented her with gifts from each member. The club also sponsored the Athletic Banquet. Girls 7 TJarsity GfuS Hoys ' Uarsily (j ul The Boy ' s Varsity Club is composed of twenty-four members who have lettered in the Athletic Programs in the school. This year the senior boys who played football were awarded atrophy. Chances were sold on a hundred- dollar bill in order to raise money for a scoreboard. FIRST ROW: Coach Earl Bryant, Coach Jamie Farley, Coach Carl Richards, Coach Don Moore. SECOND ROW: Bill Gilmer, John Adams, Ronnie McReynolds, Alvin Yates, Charles Lowdermilk, George Thomas, Robbie Smith, Woodrow Bevins, Hubert Nash, Philip Blizzard, Bobby Farrell, Buell Cook. THIRD ROW: Russell Scales, Charles Scales, David White, Eddie Jennings, Steve Breeding, Butch Noe, Joe Kiser, Mike Wright, Johnny Parris, Don Hughes, Michael Frye, Gene Kiser. Boy ' s Varsity officers: Eddie Jen- nings, President; Mike Frye, Vice- President; Gene Kiser, Secretary- Treasurer, talk to Coach Earl Bryant. 63
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The thirty-four members of the Junior Tri-Hi-Y have been very active this year. Some of the projects spon- sored by them were: taking magazines and place cards to the local hospital, helping an aged man at Christmas, conducting devotions at lunch, selling nabs, and spon- soring programs for student body. FIRST ROW: Officers: D. Jones, President; E. Griffith, Vice-President; D. Gilmer, Sec- retary; C. Gilmer, Treasurer; E. Puckett, Chaplain; Mrs. Buckles, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: N. Johnson, K. Wallace, K. Settle, K. Evans, P. Jessee, L. Lawson, A. Fuller, D. Snead. THIRD ROW: N. Adams, S. Ball, J. Parks, K. Jessee, A. Senter, B. Settle, M. Gilmer, N. Hurt. FOURTH ROW: F. Easterly, K. Fletcher, G. Kiser, D. Childress, G. Parks, S. Norris, P. Garrett, D. Chaney. FIFTH ROW: L. Rasberry, B. Simmons, J. Davis, J. Ramey, M. Odum, F. King, P. Large. .Junior Jri-Jfi- j£-y Although the Hi-Y had only fourteen members, it was very active. Besides helping the J. C. ' sat the County Fair and presenting programs at Christmas and Thanksgiving, they took magazines to the jail, sent delegates to M.G. A., and helped give the bless- ing at the lunch periods. FIRST ROW: Tommy Bunton, Roddie Gilmer, Robbie Smith, Gary Burns, Stephen Gillespie. SECOND ROW: GimHelvey, Eddie Jennings, Larry Howard. THIRD ROW: Danny Johnson, Mr. Helvey, Sponsor; Sammy Griffith, Jimmy Skeen, Tommy Kiser, Phil Senter, Fred Garrett. 65
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