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AS YOU SEW SO SHALL YOU RIP w HEN the “Sisters of the Skillet” got together at the cottage for their first meeting on December 6, they were such a happy bunch that, through Lois Collins’s suggestion, they just had to call themselves the “Joy-Ec-Ers.” And ' twas a pretty good name, too, as you can see by the expressions on the faces of Lois Collins, Patsy Miller, Hilda Myers, (and, of course, all the others in the picture). They had some good times, too, because, for one thing, Grace Crawford suggested that they make a study of how to have more interesting and pleasing personalities; and, of course, the majority of them thought that they should take up the points governing the popu- larity of the girls with boys the whvs and where- fores, etc., etc! You might be surprised at what comes out of the portals of the Home Ec cottage! The club as a w : hole was a happy, cheerful group of girls, who elected as president petite Patsy Miller, who just seemed to need no vice-president! As secretary they chose Lois Collins; and as treas- urer, Grace Crawford, while Hilda Myers acted as parliamentarian. The rest of the group (who learned all too soon that “as you sew, so shall you rip”) was made up of Myrtis Fagg, Stella Rigney, Glenna Myers, Naomi Kegley, Christine Fairchild, Aileen Shepherd, Iris Agee, Rachel Taylor, Lena Shepherd, Clare Nell Tester, Glenna Hughes, Lucile Huff, and Helen Cole, with Miss Charlotte Booker as sponsor. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB PICTURE (Reading from left to right) FIRST ROW GRACE CRAWFORD HILDA MYERS VIRGINIA CHAFFIN PATSY MILLER LOI S COLLINS SECOND ROW ANN KING MARY BLACK CLARE NELL TESTER THIRD ROW CHRISTINE FAIRCHILD MYRTIS FAGG HELEN COLE LUCILE HUFF GLENNA MYERS MISS CHARLOTTE BOOKER. Sponsor FOURTH ROW ALDINE BASSETT BLANCHE RASH RACHEL TAYLOR IRIS AGEE NAOMI KEGLEY EDITH GIBBS
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HOBBY CLUB PICTURE (Reading from left to right) ROGER KEGLEY JORDAN HOWARD ELOISE COVEY SCOTTY DOBBINS DOUGLAS WHITESELL PATSY WHITAKER MISS MARY HAYS, Sponsor LOIS ROSENBAUM BUCKIE WOOTEN BILL SANDERS NED MUIRE FRANK STAFFORD STANDING ROY REESE DOYLE STRAIN MILDA MOREF1ELD ELIZABETH STAFFORD FRANCES ADAIR HUBERT GROSECLOSE JACKIE SEAGLE ROBERT ALLEY NITA AUSTIN NELLIE CECIL IS THAT YOUR HOBBY? j I ISS Mary Hays undertook to sponsor ihe Hobby Club, which had an enrollment of about twenty-five members. Louis Painter was elected President, while Puddy Steger was named Secretary-Treasurer. Photography, match-collecting, stamp collecting, making dolls, and collecting roses are only a few of the hobbies that members of this club enjoyed. The program com- mittee attemped to have talks by visitors or a field trip every other week, and in- teresting contests were held for the dif- ferent types of hobbyists. Enthusiasts, other than the officers, were Frances Adair, Nita Austin, Nellie Cecil, Eloise Covey, Hubert Groseclose, Jordan Howard, Kermit Jackson, Milda Morefield, Ned Muire, Roy Reese, Lois Rosenbaum, Jackie Seagle, Doyle Strain, Ronald Vaughan, Patsy Whitaker and Douglas Whitesell.
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ORIOLE CHIRPS STAFF (Reading from left to right) SEATED HUBERT GROSECLOSE NICHOL ESKRIDGE HOWARD GOLDEN MISS ELIZABETH PAINTER. Sponsor STANDING MAY BELLE FAGG SARA HUDSON MARGARET OWEN JOHN TATE LAURA CLARK FRANCES PLUNKETT ELAINE EGGERT DOUGLAS MOYERS W HAT’S NEWS? VOICE OF P.H.S. CHIRPS ON Ch IRPS from the Oriole Chirps staff have been heard at regular intervals throughout the year, and they’ve done their work well in putting out a paper worthy of our P. H. S. Johnny Tate, as Editor-in-Chief, led his staff enthusiastically and efficiently, and showed wisdom in choosing the other mem- bers which were as follows: Assistant Edi- tor-in-Chief, Virginia Painter: Business Manager, Hubert Groseclose; Literary Edi- tor, Sara Hudson; Assistant Literary Edi- tors, Howard Golden and J . C. Lefew; News Editor, Niehol Eskridge; Poem Editor, Porter Ham; Sports Editor, Douglas Moy- ers; Joke Editor, Margaret Owens; Society Editor, Laura Clark; Reporters, Maybelle Fagg and Lois Rosenbaum; Advertising Managers, Frances Plunkett and Elaine Eggert. Miss Elizabeth Painter undertook the sponsorship and assisted greatly in per- petuating our “voice of P. H. S.”
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