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DE Family Night provided the parents of the Distributive Education Club a chance to see some of the results of the year’s work and to visit with Mr. Blaine Kollar, adviser to the club. Those attending were; (KNEEL¬ ING): James Black, Sonny Mumpower, Phil- lop Moose; (ROW TWO): Mr. and Mrs. Cochrane, Mrs. Swicegood, Mrs. Horton, Jack Horton, Rickie Thompson, Mike Beb- ber, Mrs. Bebber, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Lowery; (BACKROW): Alice Cochrane, Larry Gaha- gen, Allen Swicegood, Steve M. Jordan, Doris Piercy, Joanne Lowery, and Mr. Beb¬ ber. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB CONDUCTS SURVEY OF STUDENT NEEDS North’s DE Club, a major part of the Dis¬ tributive Education program, promoted vocational understanding, civic conscious¬ ness, leadership development, and social growth. Participation wasstressedalongwith classroom work and on the job experience. One of the highlights of the year was the District DE Christmas Dance featuring Harry Deal and the Galaxies. Another feature was Parents ' Night. Included in the pro¬ gram were the installation of officers and a film, ‘The DE Story.” During the year, the club conducted a survey to determine the needs of the stu¬ dents, particularly in the vocational field. Later, they honored their bosses at a ban¬ quet, competed in job interviews, and vied for other honors concerning their work. North’s DE Club members were: (FRONT ROW): Alice Cochrane, secretary; Mike Bebber, Rickie Thompson, treasurer; Carol Fowler, vice-president. (ROW TWO): Larry Gahagen, Sonny Mumpower, Joanne Lowery, Kathy Brewer, historian, Mr. Kollar, adviser. (ROW THREE): Gene Godbey, Steve Jordan, parliamentarian; Jack Horton, Doris Piercy, James Black. (BACK ROW): Gaiy Phillips, Allen Swicegood, president; Phillip Moose, Gene Puckett, and James Sherrill.
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GUEST SPEAKERS HIGHLIGHT BIBLE, HEALTH CAREERS CLUB PROGRAMS Bible Club meetings, held bi-month¬ ly, were highlighted by guest speak¬ ers and dinner meetings. In Janu¬ ary, Mrs Locke White, a close friend of Pearl Buck, talked to the group of her experiences in China. North’s Bible Club, through the Bible of the Month Club, helped distribute Bibles in foreign coun¬ tries. They also visited the Hunters¬ ville Hospital to help feed the pa¬ tients. For interested students, the Health Careers Club explored the require¬ ments, responsibilities, and oppor¬ tunities in the field related to health. Programs included speakers, films, and field trips. At Thanksgivingand Christmas,mem¬ bers distributed magazines and candy-filled turkeys to patients at Huntersville hospital. They also col¬ lected used bathing suits for the Charlotte Rehabilitation Hospital. Although the Bible Club was small in number, it was an active club. Members were: (SEATED): Judy Goodrum, secretary; Pam Burgess, vice-president; Barbara Sherrill, presi¬ dent. (STANDING): Karen McAuley; Mrs. Christa Griffin, adviser; Kathy Burgess, treasur¬ er; Elaine Tweed; and Carolyn Goodrum. Health Careers Club members were: (FRONT ROW): Martha Fulbright; Janet Sisk; Michele Blount; Janet Perry, sophomore representative; Ellen Campbell. (ROW TWO): Cathy McCorkle; Bettina Flowe; Melinda Starling; Vickie Watson, secretary-, treasurer; Ann Adams. (ROW THREE): Kaye Crowe; Judy Fox; Julia Nance; Faye Layton. (BACK ROW): Denise Lominac; Virginia Estes; Bonnie Trex- ler; Vickie Lominac, corresponding secretary; and Martha Robinson, president.
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Future Homemakers’ membership includ¬ ed (FRONT ROW) Vickie Watson; Becky Tate; Elizabeth Ewart; Sandy Smith; Mary Westmoreland; Barbara MacKay; Edith Ealey; Jane Ewart, vice-president; Sylvia Jordan; Janette Davis; Janet Sisk; (ROW TWO) Elaine Tweed, president; Tammy Wallace; Bonnie Trexler; Mary Nell Knox; Carol Grice; Jane Monteith; Barbara Sher¬ rill; Beverly Dove; Mrs. Puckett, adviser; (ROW THREE) Kay Locke; Susan Lynch; Karen McAuley, secretary-treasurer; Debbie McCord; Martha Pierce; Patricia Barnette; Charlotte Morrow; Vivian Beard; Linda Henderson; (BACK ROW) Jeanie Smith; Diane Stewart; Mary McElroy; Karen Brown; Jan Dickinson; Ruth Drum; Diane Groves; and Linda Canady. TWENTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY FEATURED IN FUTURE HOMEMAKERS’ PR06R This year marked the twenty-first anniversary of the national Future Homemakers of America, ' and a birthday theme was carried out in projects. These projects included a Christmas party for young children, the collection of Christmas cards to be sent to Viet Nam, and plans to plant flowers and shrubs around the school. During FHA Week, members of the club gave devotions, made bulletin boards, and distributed favors to the teachers and to patients at the Hun¬ tersville Hospital. Members enjoyed a Father-Daughter Banquet at the end of the year. In October, the FHA was named “Club of the Month” for its out¬ standing contribution to the Sym¬ posium. Members, along with Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Puckett, planned and served a dinner for the Sym- Just before the Christmas holidays, FHA members planned a party for several children in posium panel members, the community. Mary McElroy and Beverly Dove entertained Tommy Lynch, Mark Wads¬ worth, and Marie Puckett. 27
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