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Glenn Morris; Wayne Caldwell, chairman; and Dianne Banker were members of the Duties of the Hospitality Committee were varied. They welcomed students entering North, gathered food for the Salvation Assembly Committee. They were responsible for setting up equipment for programs, Army, and placed a Christmas tree in the student lounge before the holidays. Mem¬ bers were Janet Cox, Vickie McConnell, scheduling speakers, and printing a month¬ ly calendar of events. Kitty Jones, Julia Nance, Bruce McKeown, Libby Sparks, and Karen Ashford, chairman. Scheduling devotions was the duty of the Devotions Committee. They sometimes had to pinch hit for absent students and see that devotions were planned for assemblies. Tweed; Pam Burgess; Barbara Sherrill, Members of the committee were Elaine chairman; and Karen McAuley.
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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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INTERCLUB COUNCIL FUND RAISING PROJECT PROVIDES FUN, RECREATION Serving as chairman of the Interclub Council, Tommy Plott directed a committee composed of the presi¬ dents of the school organizations. This group worked to achieve har¬ mony and cooperation among stu¬ dents interested in North’s clubs. They discussed solutions to prob- lens and ideas for producing smooth¬ er, more efficient programs for the organizations involved. To raise money for the foreign ex¬ change student program, the Inter¬ club Council sponsored a carnival in April. This was open to all stu¬ dents and aimed to provide fun and recreation for a worthy cause. Each club had an exhibit for the carnival. To end the night of festivity, a sock hop was held in the school gym¬ nasium. Some people will do anything for money, and the money raised at this booth along with the rest of the carnival funds was used for a good cause. Mike Jaynes, Terry Harpe, Marilyn Ferris, and Eddie Booker were unexpectedly thrown in the tank when Eddie White released the pin. Interclub Council members were (FRONT ROW) Brenda Baker; Shaw Smith, vice- chairman; Walt Neil; Becky Brown; Karen Ashford; (ROW TWO) Martha Robinson; Gini McAllister; Elaine Tweed; Robert Greene; Barbara Sherrill; (ROW THREE) David Gibson; Judy Long; Mary McElroy; Pam Burgess; Marilyn Cooke, secretary; (BACK ROW) Jim Brown; John McFarland; Tommy Plott, chairman; Rutledge With¬ ers; Allen Swicegood; and Mike Wilborn.
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