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ORIOLE AERO CLUB PICTURE (Reading from left to right) AERONAUTICAL ENT H USI ASTS TAKE TO THE AIR FIRST ROW BILL DUDLEY SONNY EGGERT COOPER PERKINS DAVE LAUGHON JEFF FRENCH DAVID JAMESON DONNIE RICHARDSON SECOND ROW MISS ELIZABETH BLA I R, Sponsor LOUIS SHAFFER EDWARD KING DENNIS FRYE CARL STAFFORD JOHNNY JONES THOMAS HARRELL ROBY BUMGARDNEK TOM SILCOX JAMES FARMER H. W. HUFF DOUGLAS CROWELL FRANK AKERS TIIIRI) ROW ROBERT MOORE RICHARD SILCOX ROLLIN WHITE ELMER ROBINSON LAWRENCE ROSEBERRY CLYDE MARSHALL BILLY RORRER WALTER FANNING 1 VNOTHER unusual but popular organization was the Oriole Aero Club, whose members, as the name suggests, were interested in various phases of aviation, particularly in model aeronautics. Al- though the membership was purely male, ihev chose M iss Elizabeth Blair as their sponsor. The boys participated in a contest sponsored by Harrison-Hancock Hardware Company, and the winner, David Jameson, was presented with a six- foot gas model kit. The runners-up — James Farmer, Dennis Frye, Lloyd Byrd, Jeff French, and Frank Akers- also received model kits. The club planned a number of other model meets for the spring, and the contests were held both indoors and out. For their programs, interesting talks were given by visitors on different phasesof model building, and some of the meetings were building sessions in which the boys worked individually or in small groups. The whole club was very active throughout the year, with David Jameson as President; Donald Richardson, Vice-President; Elmer Robinson, Sec- retary; and Sonny Eggert, Treasurer. Other aero- nautical aspirants were Frank Akers, Kelley Albert, Lloyd Byrd, Douglas Crowell, Bill Dudley, Walter Fanning, James Farmer, James French, Dennis Frye, Thomas Harrell, H. W. Huff, Edward King, Dave Laughon, Clyde Marshall, Dow Owens, Billy Rorrer, Lawrence Roseberry, Bearl Ross, Howard Schrader, Louis Shaffer, Howard Silcox, Carl Stafford, and Rollin White.
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P. H . S . N AT U R E LOVERS museum club picture S T A R T ED A MUSEUM (Reading left to right) OuR Museum Club was organized similar to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Its officers, therefore, were slightly different from ordinary club officers. The Board of Trustees included: President, Ruby Hearn; Vice-President, Jimmy Walker; Secretaries, Muriel and Helen Mar- tin; Treasurer, Peggy Bosang; Director, H. G. Perkins; Assistant Director, Edward Carney; Sec- retary to Director, Bonnie Jean Gallintore; Pub- licity, Eleanor Imboden; Program, Dolly Myers; Curator-in-Chief, Bob MacAdoo; Cataloguer-in- Chief, Henry Cable; Assistants, Cooper Morefield and Ruth Jones; Technician, Royce Rosenbaum; Sponsor, Miss J. Frances Allen; Advisors, Lucy Turner, Bob Whitman, Pauline Gatewood, Clinton Jennings, and Ernest Fuller. Douglas Alley, Willie Bowman, Ralph Bralley, Donald Brookman, Roy Collins, Junior Gray, Her- bert Hearn, Herman Hearn, Lee Horton, Otis Hughes, Eldridge Jones, Wesley Knode, J. C. Lefew, Hez Malone, Thomas Marshall, Bernard Martin Herman Matheney, Ruth Moles, Elmer Newman, Franklin Newsome, Clayton Owens, Marvin Patton, Ralph Pearce, George Pendergraph, Raymond Riggs, Thomas Powers, Dorothy Price, Jean Queen, Ethel Mae Roseberry, Jack Scott, Oreta Stuart, Cecile Via, and Gordon Watson were other members of this fascinating club. FRONT ROW GEORGE PENDERGRAPH ELMER NEWMAN HAROLD ANDERSON RAYMOND PH I BBS BARNARD MARTIN BONNIE JEAN GALLIMORE JACK SCOTT GORDON WATSON ELEANOR IMBODEN POLLY GATEWOOD CLAYTON OWENS ELDRIDGE JONES MISS J. FRANCES ALLEN SECOND ROW BILL COLTRANE RALPH BRALLEY JUNIOR GRAY DOUGLAS ALLEY CECILE VIA THOMAS POWERS FRANK NEWSOME BOB MacADOO RUBY HEARN PEGGY BOSANG MURIEL MARTIN HELEN MARTIN RUTH JONES DOLLY MYERS ORETA STUART ETHEL MAE ROSEBERRY BACK ROW HERBERT HEARN ROY COLLINS BOB WHITMAN THOMAS MARSHALL HERMAN HEARN OAKIE RUPE OTIS HUGHES EDWARD CARNEY JAMES WALKER LUCY TURNER DOROTHY PRICE JEAN QUEEN CLINTON JENNINGS
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MODERN DANCING CLUB TO FROLIC IN RHYTHM TliXH I BITIONISM was not oneof the fundamen- tal purposes of the Modern Dancing Club. To develop coordination, good posture, and a sense of rhythm were rather the chief aims of its members, under the excellent leadership and training of Miss Virginia Harman. One night each week the girls gathered in the gym for exercises and technique work, and when they became more experienced, even composed their own dances. The help in ballroom dancing which the dancers derived was nearly all indirect, except that the ability to move in correct time with music, a sense of balance, and good posture all are assets to any good ballroom dancer. For its activity programs, the club either dis- cussed the cultural aspects of the modern dance or joined with Miss Catherine Wood’s club in lessons in social dancing. Feeling that no executive officers were necessary, the girls elected only a treasurer, Wilma Carter; other rhythmicers included Elizabeth Brown, Wilma DeHaven, Peggy Dobson, Lorene Duncan, Jean Edwards, Irene French, Madeline Gwynn, Aileen Hale, Juanita Haley, Katherine Harman, Billie Harris, Doris Howlett, Margaret Hudson, Alma Hurst, Mary Johnson, Ruth Johnson, Lucille Mar- tin, Ruth Nelson, Evelyn Pettyjohn, Dorothy Pyrtle, Blanche Rash, Lois Rosenbaum, Mary Ryan, Margaret Shrader, Donna Smith, Hazel Stone, Eva Mae Surber, Doris Surratt, Ruth Wallace, Donna W illis, and Elizabeth Vaughan. (Reading left to right) FIRST ROW JUANITA HALEY MABEL JOHNSON DORIS SURRATT DOROTHY PYRTLE MARGARET SHRADER SECOND ROW MARY JOHNSON MARY RYAN MARGARET HUDSON SELMA HILL ANNA RUTH HIXON IRENE FARMER THIRD ROW ELIZABETH VAUGHAN BILLIE HARRIS RUTH NELSON WILMA CARTER MISS VIRGINIA HARMAN, Sponsor AILEEN HALE PEGGY DOBSON LORENE DUNCAN DONNA SMITH ( j)
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