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Members of the Math Club were: (FRONT ROW): Mr. Larry Edwards, adviser; Susan Davis, Johnny Mae Gillespie; Alice Ratliff, Joe Abernethy, Robert Hunter. (ROW TWO): Marnite Shuford, Debby Wood, program chairman; Donna Sharpe, Jane Nicholls, vice-president; Larry Gahagan. (ROW THREE): Zebria Neal, Judy Long, Phillip Rimer, Tommy Maxwell, Joe Henderson, David Gibson. (BACK ROW): Robert Porter, Jim Brown, John McFarland, Larry Green, Jack Hendricks, and Kenny Saunders. NEW MATHEMATICS INTERESTS CLUB; HI-PI ' S PLAN FOR CHARTER Meeting every other Wednesday, the Math Club listened to guest speak¬ ers, discussed in depth what they had learned in class, and learned about newer phases of mathematics. Programs concerning new math concepts and classes for the Na¬ tional Math Exam were sponsored by the group. Meetings were open to visitors. The Hi-Pi Club began completing final steps to becoming an official club by submitting a constitution to the Student Council. Programs for the meetings were presented by small groups and in¬ cluded such things as puzzles, cryp¬ tography, topology, and other geo¬ metries. Sophomores who were members of the Hi-Pi Club were: (FRONT ROW): Joan Wilson, Susan Heaton, Molly Daniels, Phyllis Sasser, Martha Fulbright, Vicky Barkley. (ROW TWO): Tommy Williams, Ricky Hill, Mac Jamison, Laura Blair, Lloyd Johnston, Reggie Kennedy, Jane Caldwell, secretary. (ROW THREE): Louisa McAulay, Jay Hodge, Lawrence Raymer, treas¬ urer, Barbara Cobb, Dianne Groves, Walt Neil, president, Phil Edwards. (ROW FOUR): Brent Quates, Larry Ward, Henderson Duke, Pete Tevepaugh, vice-president; Jennifer Blythe, Eddie Price, program chairman, Ralph Ferrell, and Danny Scott.
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SPECTATORS ENJOY HI-JINKS; NHS EARNS MONE Hi-Jinks, sponsored by the National Honor Society, provided a night of entertainment. Members of the Honor Society and the faculty pre¬ sented skits and talent acts. Physical education students pre¬ sented a modern dance, “Rocks and Gravel,” as well as acts on the trampoline. From the proceeds, a fifty-dollar scholarship was awarded by the Honor Society to Judy MacKay, one of its members. " Chief Powder Can,” Mr. William Cochran, was not pleased at the news that his daughter, " Pokey Huntus,” wanted to mar¬ ry John. School was never like this! Miss Lawhon, Miss Johnston, “Daddy—0 " Davis, and Miss Nichols gave teacher, Mr. Black, a hard time. Time turned back as teachers pre¬ sented a skit depicting the story of Pokey-Huntus and John Smith. Mr. Hough, the “Holy Father,” watched over the scene; and Mr. Therrell, the Curtain, was “drawn across the stage. " L „ " We’re glad to see you here, never seemed to be a warmer greeting than it was at the Hi-Jinks. Miss Wilson and Mrs. McFarland gave their welcome to the crowd. “Pokey” ' was a coy young lady. Played by Mrs. Estelle Mott, she was adamant about marrying John. “Holy Father,” Mr. W. A. Hough, had just tied the knot. 21
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Red Cross membership included: (FRONT ROW): James Fortner, Barbara Holder, Robert LaDew, Becky Tate, Carol Brewer, Karen Ashford, president; Susan Jones, Barbara MacKay, Pam Chadwick, Denise Lominac. (ROW TWO): Raeford Bustle, Mike Bebber, Steve Jordan, Charlotte Wilson, Janivee Cooper, Betsy Ayers, Sharon Ballew, Cookie Overcash, Becky Crittenden, Julia Nance, Sheri Nelson, Miss Margaret Gragg, adviser. (ROW THREE): Allen Barnette, Tommy Sellers, Terrye McPherson, Lynn Lessard, Vickie Watson, Linda Canady, Coy Black¬ burn, Sherry Finch, Beverly Dove, Becky Knox. (BACK ROW): Norvelle Baskin, Martha Johnson, Henry Ridings, Phil Puckett, Larry Hefner, Tommy Dickinson, Susan Condrey, Teresa Barnes, Ruth Drum, Pam McCall, and Rhonda Holthouser. RED CROSS, JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT MEMBERS LEARN BY SERVING, WORK North’s Red Cross participated in the activities of the county organi¬ zation. Projects included collecting money to buy school supplies to send to foreign countries and writ¬ ing letters and cards to American soldiers in Viet Nam. Representatives volunteered from each homeroom to form the club. They were responsible for inform¬ ing their homeroom membership of the activities of the Red Cross and for encouraging student parti¬ cipation. To inform the students about Jun¬ ior Achievement, Mr. Calvin Hunt, of the JA board, presented a film and talked to the student body. Membership was open to any stu¬ dent interested in free enterprise. Students set up their own companies and operated them. The company’s success depended on the initiative and work of the students involved. Once a month a meeting was held at which guest speakers discussed business and free enterprise. Participating in Junior Achievement were: (FRONT ROW): Pam Chadwick, Lynda Aldred, Tina Jennings, Sue Moose, Kathy Smith, Susan Jones, Steve Clark. (ROW TWO): Coy Blackburn, Terrye McPherson, Sharon Ballew, Regina Richardson, Nancy Dickinson, Evelyn Freeman, Thomas Lee. (ROW THREE): Karen Jennings, John Clemmer, Linda Stuart, Kitty Nelson, Elaine White, Wayne Thompson, Mary Blythe, John Green. (BACK ROW): Larry Gahagen, Van Penninger, Larry Hefner, Chris Parnell, Gary Phillips, Charles Bennett, and John Ashcraft. Mr. Richard F. Frosch, vice-chairman of the Schools and Achievers Committee of Junior Achievement, spoke during the JA assembly. He stressed the need for lead¬ ership and the need for accepting re¬ sponsibility. He said, “Work is the only means by which we achieve. " 23
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