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The French Club had sixty-two members. This includes French I, French II, and French III. In September, French I was initiated into the French Club. The French Club won first prize for its float in the Homecoming parade. The Mardi Gras is the main activity sponsored by the club. In the spring, French III presented a play to the school. Bonnie Fields, David Beam, Mrs. Julia Mae Bundy, Linda Grimes, Donnie Taylor, Brenda Fogleman, Gwen Gilmer. drench G uS FIRST ROW: R. Talbert, J. Kiser, K. Wallace, F. Hess, B. Gilmer, M. Lowe, Mrs. J. Bundy, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: J. Hargis, S. Breeding, E. Puckett, J. Adams, D. Jones, C. Damron, P. Lester, T. Jessee. THIRD ROW: J. Parks, B. Robinson, M. Settle, P. Elswick, W. Tignor, S. Bowlings, N. Monk, A. Ratliff, D. Glen. FOURTH ROW: E. Glover, T. Gilmer, S. Cole, R. McGlothin, L. Houchins, M. Taylor, P. Foy, R. Howard, R. Lee, V. Arrington. FIFTH ROW: J. Taylor, M. Odum, S. Paye, J. Helbert, F. King, P. Large, J. Ramey, S. Meade, J. Davis, C. Bowen, A. Senter. SIXTH ROW: D. Durrett, G. Pruner, J. Smith, G. Cook, J. Gilmer, L. Ballenberger, S. Gillespie, A. Fuller, L. Lawson, D. Gilmer, C. Elkins, V. Patrick. 67
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The Future Farmers of America is the National organizations for boys studying agri- culture in the public secondary schools of the U. S. National headquarters of the Future Farm- ers of America is located in the Division of Vo- cational and Technical Education, Office of Ed- ucation, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, D. C. National Conven- tions are held annually in Kansas City, Missouri. Virginia State Convention is held each summer at the State Agriculture College at Blacksburg, Virginia. The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agricultural leadership, co-operation and citizenship. F. F. A. officers: Harold Johnson, Secretary; David Smith, President; Henry Helton, Sentinel; Henry Cox, Treasurer;Trigg Moore, Ex. Comm.; Eddie Reynolds, Vice-President; Mr. Skeen, Sponsor. ffuture farmers of America FIRST ROW: H. Kilgore, R. Rumley, P. Farmer, H. Austin, J. Boyd, H. Johnson. SECOND ROW: S. King, S. Cheetam, R. Scales, R. Harmon, R. Buckles, F. Combs, R. Cox, G. Thomas, G. Booth. THIRD ROW: J. C. Boyd, F. Sutherland, H. Puckett, K. Johnson, J. Woodward, B. Taylor, M. Tignor, R. Combs, W. Price, D. Scales. FOURTH ROW: J. Kiser, R. Stoots, R. Gilbert, H. Nash, A. Griffith, S. Vencill, S. Clark, C. Helton, G. Fields, F. Garrett, B. Childress. FIFTH ROW: J. Parris, E. Jennings, G. Kiser, B. Hendrickson, A. Robinson, R. Hubble, H. Stiltner, H. Stiltner, D. Cunningham, T. Rasnake. 66
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FIRST ROW: Charles Hargis; Carolyn Davis; Greg Finny; Gim Helvey; SECOND ROW: David Beam; Eddie Jennings; Robby Smith; Philip Blizzard; Tommy Bunton; Sharon Brown; THIRD ROW: Don Hughes; Tommy Kiser; Mike Jessee; Monty Gilmer; Lewis Ballenberger; Bobby Ferrell; STANDING: Linda Grimes; Gwen Gilmer; Brenda Fogleman; Linda McGlothin; Nancy West; Sharon Jones; Jackie Anderson; Paulette Denny; Brenda Crist; Martha Tritt; Barbara Jessee; Gail Easterly. Uraif BBIazer Btaff The TRAIL BLAZER, LHS’s newspaper is pub- lished monthly by a small staff of students who are interested in journalism. The staff members per- form all the tasks necessary for the production of the paper, even the actual printing on an offset press. For the first time, the staff published a hand- book for orientation of the eighth graders. At the 1966 SIPA Convention, the TRAIL BLAZER re- ceived the Honor Award. Mrs. Helen Gilmer helps Greg Finney and Gim Helvey plan the next edition of the paper. Mrs. J. Wagoner assists the typists, C. Sutherland; M. Buckles; D. Rasnake; C. Keene; P. Settle; W. Bevins. Printers Greg Finney, Charles Hargis, and Don Hughes com- plete the final steps of the paper. 68
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