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Other members of the Student Council were: (FRONT ROW): Tommy Cochrane, Rodney Washam, Myra Wallace, Karen Ashford, Barbara Sherrill, Bettina Flowe, Sheran Ballew, Janice Nunn, Kristi Wag¬ ner, Bonnie Greene, Linda Blakely, Pauleen Geddings, Diane Banker. (ROW TWO): Martha Johnston, Jane Seay, Dwight Hunter, Nancy Cochrane, Gary Morgan, Sally Neil, Sally Walker, Emilie Garmon, Pete Morris, Brenda Baker, Barbara Park, Diane Wike. (ROWTHREE): Lewis McElroy, Fenna Boon, Torrance. Banks, Gary Ervin, Thomas Nance, Joe Abernethy, Steve Woollen, Phil Dishman, Mike Wilborn, Billy Stroud, David Thomas, Pam McCall. (BACK ROW); Steve Billings, Tommy Dickinson, Paul White, Buddy Caldwell, Jack Stutts, Allen Watson, Truscott Rhodes, Tommy Plott, Jerry Moore, Dennis Groce, and Steve Hargett. Once every month, the Student Council gives an award to the club that is voted the most outstanding for that month. Elaine Tweed received the Club-of-the-Month Award for the Future Homemakers. Deno Economou, past student body president at Garinger, was the guest speaker at the leadership training class sponsored by the Student Council before Christmas.
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STUDENT COUNCIL HOLDS LEADERSHIP, PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE CLASSES Membership of the Student Council consisted of its officers, presidents of homerooms, class of¬ ficers, committee chairmen, and editors of pub¬ lications. They met twice a month and discussed school regulations and by-laws. They debated student- body suggestions and projects. To help strengthen the honor system, they formed a new committee. An appropriate theme selected for the Student Council seal was ‘The highest of distinction is service to others.” As a service project, the Student Council collect¬ ed canned foods which were assembled under the Christmas tree in the student lounge. Later, the food was distributed by the Salvation Army. Some of the members of the Student Council were: (FRONT ROW): Beck Hefner, Donna Campbell, Gary Sherrill, Ping Voss. (ROW TWO): Linda Fyock, Freddy Hicks, Mike Sherrill, Vickie McConnell, Robert Greene. (ROW THREE): Shaw Smith, Karen Brotherton, Curtis Smith, Bill Strong. (BACK ROW): Glenn Morris, Roger Sherrill, Chris Parnell, Mike Ray, ' and Alan Kelly. Led by Mr. Orland Gabriel, a parlimentary pro¬ cedure class was held. Also sponsored was a leadership training class. This was open to the entire student body. Mr. Jim Beatty was the key¬ note speaker. Student Council officers Sally Neil, secretary; Tommy Plott, vice-president; Curtis Smith, treasurer; and Truscott Rhodes, president, worked along with the committees to guide the students in the school’s functions and activities.
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Planning the Homecoming dance was the most im¬ portant job of the Social Committee. Decorations were made to carry out the theme, " Bali-Hai " . Members of the Social Committee were: (FRONT ROW): Marilyn Ferris, Kitty Jones, Barbara Park. (ROWTWO): Cindy Grayson, Kristi Wagner, chairman. (ROW THREE): Teresa Barnes. (ROW FOUR): Emilie Garmon, Jeanie McDonald, Becky Brown. (ROW FIVE): Jack Hendricks, Phil Puckett, and Shaw Smith. 1 Seeing that Student Council events were publicized thoroughly meant poster making for the Publicity Committee, composed of Kathye Jones, Katie Coley, Linda Dease, and Brenda Baker, chairman. COMMITTEES FACILITATE STUDENT COUNCIL WORK, SERVE STUDENTS WELL Planning for adequate parking space, making suggestions for improving and beautifying the school, and seeing that an¬ nouncements were made over the intercom were some of the duties of the House and Grounds Committee. Members were Larry Greene, Mike Nix, Alan Kelly, chairman; Joey McConnell, Mike Wilborn, and Tommy Maxwell. Sandra Chitwood, David Thomas, chairman; Lloyd Murray. (STANDING) Gail Baucom; and Susan Davis kept an accurate history of the events at North. These members of the Scrapbook Committee were kept busy clipping newspaper notices, filing programs of events, and planning layouts to make an attractive scrapbook. J
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