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President ,,,,,,, BETH DONNELL
Vice President . . ,,,,, NANCY LOU BAKER
Secretary .. ,,,, ,,,, B ARBARA HARKEY
Treasurer . , .. ,,,,, ,,,,,,, . ,. LINDA WATSON
ln the fall of '57 a new club was formed in
Lebanon High School, a local chapter of Future
Teachers of America. In high schools and colleges
all across America such clubs are being formed as
a source of recruitment for the teaching profession.
The organization was started with seventeen
members from the iunior and senior classes. The
beginning group is especially strong in scholarship.
The teaching profession needs young people with
bright vision, and a sense of values.
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'The F.T.A.imembers sold candy to pay for their page in this yearbook. Theyi hope to present a play before the
year is over. They help teachers who need to be absent from their rooms a period or two, if a teacher needs to
attend a meeting, a student teacher takes charge of his or her class. In each way, the club members have done a
splendid iob. They enjoyed a casual supper together before Christmas and presented a radio program during Ameri-
can Education Week. This group known as the "Lebanon Student Teachers" is sponsored by Mrs. Walter Fowler.
Below, seated, left to right: Nancy Lou Baker, Barbara Harkey, Mary Jo Harrison, Martha Sisk. Standing: Patsy Thomson, Linda Watson, Betty Hibdon,
Joyce Howell, Gayle Lane, Beth Donnell, Delores Raines, Mrs. Walter Fowler, Sammie Jones, Teddy Mitchell, Joyce Hackney, Jeannie Lawlor, and
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President JIMMY HANKINS BILL BYARS RICHARD STONE CHARLES FLOYD
Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms
The Lebanon High Key Club is a part of the Kiwanis International. It is a leadership club, which renders services to
the school. Membership is limited to boys of the iunior and senior classes who have above average grades and are
approved by the principal. All members must posess qualities of good leadership and citizenship. The Key Club
sold informative programs at all home basketball games and also parked cars. In the spring they plan to sell school
pins to the student body. Mr. Fowler is sponsor of the organization.
Shorty Buhler Tommy Ragland Nelson Russell Eddie Sims Elgan Usrey
Coleman Walker Wayne Walker Frankie Wright John Alsup Jerry Bogle
Jules Brazil Larry Bucy Jimmy Byrd Crockett Carr Jimmy Goad
90 Kai Grissim Clayton Knowles Jimmy Lea George Lowery Gordon Skeen James Tomlinson
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Ann Rutledge, Julian Sampson, Billy Skeen, Su
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Sam Tribble, Betty Ann Tucker, Charles Underwood
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President JOHN BRANHAM adiusts the proiector
for left to right: ED LASATER, Sergeant-at-Arms,
KENNETH BERRY, Vice President, ANN RUTLEDGE,
Secretary-Treasurer, and VIRGINIA LANE, Reporter.
This year the Camera Club has been
a great help to the SOUVENIR by sup-
plying many grand snapshots. The
Homecoming parade and game and the
Christmas parade were special proiects.
As an annual event the Camera Club
sponsors a display of the National Pho-
tographic Contest winners in the library
for the benefit of the student body.
The Camera Club held its initiation in
the fall and plans to have another party
before the close of school.
Mrs. Cliff Johnson is the new sponsor
of the organization.
san Taylor, Faye Tribble.
, James Vanatta, Anita Vanhook.
Elaine Vanhook, Billy Wade, Kathleen Wade, Connie Waller, Josephine Webb.
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