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Page 103 text:
The "L" Club is an organization honoring
those students who have earned letters during
the year. The "L" Club of '58 was led by left to
right: Gayle Freeman, Treasurer, Bobby Gann,
Vice President, Prentice Sisco, President, Richard
Stone, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Beth Donnell, Sec-
retary. Before a letter is awarded to a football
or basketball player, the coaches take into con-
sideration the effort a player has put forth, the
numbers of quarters he has played, and what
he has contributed to the team. Cheerleaders
and team managers are automatically eligible
for letters. The "L" Club sponsored a sale of
student movie privilege cards, the alumni games,
and also bake sales. Banquets are given each
year for the teams, and this year for the first
time, an All-Sports banquet is to be held.
Below, left to right, front to back,first row: Sabra Woodall, Joyce Hackney, Ann Lucas, Kathleen Wade, Bet-ty Ann Hodge, Brenda Reece, Cynda
Hencely. Second row: Coach Ford, Crockett Carr, Elgan Usrey, Don Price, Richard Stone, Frankie Wright, Prentice Sisco, Rodney Johnston, Coach
Griffin. Next rows: Charles Floyd, Geneva Fuller, Jimmy Hankins, Emily Lannom, Bobby Haynes, Betty Jo Sircy, Bobby Hesson, Kay Parker, Bobby
Barnes, Barbara Harkey, Jackie Thomas, Helen Hinson, Shorty Buhler, Nancy Baker, Bobby Gann, Beth Donnell, Gayle Freeman, George Lowery
Jimmy Maynard, Butch Harmon, Mike Hunt, James Hibdon, Connie Waller, Jimmy Byrd, Ed Lasater.
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Shown in the process of making a great scientific dis-
covery are BOBBY VANTREASE, President, JANIS CAR-
NEY, Vice President, MR. SULLIVAN, Advisor, PEGGY
ELLIOTT, Parliamentariang CINDY DONNELL, Secretary, and
LOIS PENNINGTON, Treasurer. JUDIE BURTON, Reporter,
is not present.
The purpose of the Science Club is to in-
crease its members' interest in science. The
world is keenly aware ot the scientific age
which it is entering. Because of this it has
become important for more young people
to think upon possible careers in the scien-
This local organization is part ot a national program known as the Science Clubs of America. Every member must
have taken at least one year of a science subject and many have made science one of their high school maiors.
The club has planned a number ot money-raising projects and outings for the spring.
First row, left lo right: Mr. Sullivan, John Branham, Teddy Mitchell, Bobby Vantrease, Janis Carney, Peggy Elliott, Cindy Donnell, Lois Pennington
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:conf row. Linda Lea, Barbara Ragland, Nancy Murphy, Nancy Gannon, Dorothy Martin, Jeannette Bryan, Jamie Griffin, Linda Tatum, Sally Askew.
Tliircl row: Bill Byars, Lce Varitrease, Charles Smith Don Climer Jimmy Donnell Terry McDonald Frank Buck Jud Flemin Sa d Fl ' N
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McClanal'mn, Fourth row: Richard Stone, Gayle Freeman, June Vaughan, Sue Lea, Bobby Barnes, Julian Sampson, Barbara Smith, W, L. Russell, Frank
Recd, James Hiliiclon. Fifth row. Lillian Hallum, Joyce Hallum, Overton Cragwall, Carolyn Massey, Nannette Hagan, Larry Bucy, Jimmy Hankins, Jeannie
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The French Club officers are, left to right: Reporter
MARILYN PRICE, Vice President ANN RUTLEDGE,
Sergeant-at-Arms JACKIE THOMAS, Treasurer
JANIS CARNEY, President PATSY DODSON, Secre-
lary ANNABELLE BEUMEL,
This organization, sponsored by Mrs. Cliff Johnson, is a voluntary group composed of iuniors and seniors taking
French. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in the language which is considered the clearest in the world. The pro-
grams given at each meeting are concerned with some phase of French living.
Sally Aglrryvv Nancy Lou Baker Gay Bruinmlcy Judie Burton Bill Byars Brenda Clay
Cynthia Cummings Hugh Davis Meroclitli Dixon Alice Elliot Peggy Elliott Martha Evans
O0 Gaylv Frnonmn Nancy Gannon Rita Goad Faye Granclsstatf Jimmy Hankins Linda Moser
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