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BEAT MYERS PARK EDITION OF NORTH STAR INSURES HIGH REB SPIRIT Typing copy for the North Star were Kathleen Plyler, Joey McConnell, and David Murray. Mike Wilborn, co-editor, must have written a humorous cutline for one of the pictures in the North Star. Miss Lawhon, adviser, and Vivian Beard, co-editor, seemed amused, also. This year for the first time in many years, the North Star was a printed publication. At first, staff members put out a paper every two weeks; but after the holidays, they pub¬ lished it monthly. To boost school spirit for the Myers Park basketball game, the staff printed a special “spirit edition.” And what an edition it turned out to be! “Beat Myers Park” was the theme, and it really set spirits soar¬ ing. Slogans, rhymes, and drawings urged the team to victory. Just beat the Mustangs was the cry! Some of the staff members attended the SIPA Convention in Lexington, Virginia in the spring. (FIRST ROW, FRONT TO BACK): Jimmy Williams, Robert Walls, Randy Black, Rutledge Withers. (ROW TWO): Martha Greene, Diane Shields, Barbara Bullock, Betty Gray. (ROW THREE): Marleen Alexander, James Cornelius, Norris Hunsucker, and (BACK ROW): Marcia Ross. 28 _
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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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SUB-JUNIORS, JOURNALISM CLUB SPONSOR VARIED ACTIVITIES To make students aware of happen¬ ings in and around the school, to provide a source of enlightenment and a change from the drudgery of routine was the purpose of the Journalism Club. At Thanksgiving they sponsored an essay contest, “This Thanksgiving l am most thankful for . . This was won by Vickie McConnell. The club also sponsored Youth Appre¬ ciation Week and Newspaper Week. For the first time, they had charge of senior superlatives. 1 Derita Sub-Juniors became more conscientious citizens and future club-women through the opportuni¬ ties provided for community service in their club projects. They raised money by selling com¬ munity calendars, ironing board covers, toothbrushes, and dough¬ nuts. They also washed cars. They sent needed things to American sol¬ diers in Viet Nam and toys to the Gold Door. Entertaining the Woman’s Club was another activity. They presented skits and held fashion shows. A luncheon was held with Mr. Donald MacKay as guest speaker. Members of the Journalism Club were: (FRONTROW): Randy Black, Barbara Bullock, Vivian Beard, vice-president; Donna Camp¬ bell, secretary. (ROW TWO): Marlene Al¬ exander, Bridgette Sloan, Marcia Ross, Miss Derita Sub-Junior members were: (FRONT ROW): Susan Jones, Kaye Crowe, Denise Lominac, Barbara MacKay, vice-president; Michele Blount, Barbara Holder, correspon¬ ding secretary. (ROW TWO): Lynn Lessard, Carol Brewer, Jeanie McDonald, Kristi Wag¬ ner, Karen Ashford, treasurer. (ROWTHREE): Betty Lawton, adviser. (ROW THREE): Joey McConnell, David Murray, Martha Greene. (BACK ROW): Jimmy Williams, treasurer, Mike Wilborn, president; Rutledge Withers, and Robert Walls. Jean Brannen, president; Terry McPher¬ son, vice-president; Wanda Bridges, vice- president; Nancy Dickinson, Gail Baucom, Kathy Brewer. (BACK ROW): Coy Blackburn, Sharon Smith, Donna Sharpe, Norvelle Basken, and Kathye Jones.
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