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JUST PLANE FOLKS vv E want an Airplane Club!” That was the chorus that hummed among our adven- turous air-minded members of the cruder sex last year when a host of new clubs were un- dergoing organization. After some spirited persistency and persuasion a group was form- ed and invited Miss Elizabeth Blair to act as the sponsor. The club got off to a good start with members discussing new ideas and develop- ments in the field of aeronautics. The boys made models of various types of planes which proved their genius in designing planes. The club was so successful that they re- organized this year with Miss Blair playing her original role. Elmer Robinson was chosen president, with Bill Dudley as vice-president and Frank Akers as secretary-treasurer. The president presided over the meetings in which informal discussions were held in- tended to build up in the members a keener knowledge of aviation in general. Quiz pro- grams were also conducted, often using aero- nautical terms, familiarizing them further with the field. MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB— FRANK AKERS. FRANK BLANKENSHIP, NORMAN BYRD. BILL DAUGHERTY, RALPH COX, BILL DUDLEY, DON DUNCAN. RANDOLPH FRENCH, RALPH GRUBB, THOMAS HARRELL, THOMAS HILTZHEIMER, DAVID HUGHES, DESK MILLER. FRANK MOORE, BILLY OWENS, DONNIE RICHARDSON, ELMER ROBINSON, LOUIS SCHAFFER, GARLAND SURBER. FRANK THORNHILL, MISS BLAIR, Sponsor.
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D ELVERS INTO NATURE’S TREASURES MUSEUM CLUB Front Row— RUBY HEARN, RAYMOND PHIBBS. DOLLY MYERS, MARY DAVIDSON. BILL SAUNDERS. MISS J. FRANCES ALLEN, Sponsor, ROBY BAUMGARDNER, BARNARD MARTIN. Second Row-GEORGE GERBERICH, CALVIN HALL. RANDOLPH CROCKETT. RUTH NELSON. BUDDY LUGAR. ETHEL MAE ROSEBERRY, CLARA NELL TESTER. RUTH JONES. LOIS KESLING, ELSIE WEEKS, JEAN QUEEN, DOROTHY LINEBERRY, RUBY MULLINS, JANE DIVERS. BETSY SCOTT. PATSY WHITAKER, JANE ANN HOGG. Third Row -GARNETT AM BURN, ROLLIN ' WHITE, RICHARD QUESEN- BERRY, KELLY ALBERT, RICHARD HARDY, HERMAN MATHENEY, KENNETH FARMER, FRANKLIN NEWSOME, JUNIOR GRAY. THOMAS MARSHALL, NED MUIRE, BILL COLTRANE, NELSON CARTRIGHT, CARL STAFFORD. Fourth Row— JIMMY LARK. THOMAS SILCOX, RALPH NEESE. rp 1 HE Roy Chapman Andrews Museum ( lub, founded October 1938, by Miss J. Frances Allen of the Science Department, has based its organization upon that of the American Museum of Natural History in New York. It is a charter member of the Virginia Junior Academy of Science. In the gym during the year the club sponsored a very successful animal show which was enthusiastically received by most of the students. The club sent exhibits to the Virginia Educational Association meeting in Richmond where Patsy W hi taker received a prize for her collection of medicinal herbs grown in the state. Richard Quesenberry received honorable mention for his exhibit of fossils. The group also had a part in the science fair at the Junior Virginia Academy of Science. Programs were held every week during the school year stressing some phase of scientific work, or for discussing some ques- tion on natural history. The group also kept a collection of specimens in a show case in the science room. One of the most interesting of these objects is a tarantula, presented by a Pulaski grocery store. At the beginning of the year we elected the following officers: Clinton Jennings, director; Raymond Phibbs, president; George Gerberich, vice-president; Ruby Hearn, sec- retary; Billy Saunders, treasurer; Bob Mac- Adoo, curator; and Miss J. Frances Allen, sponsor.
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BETA CLUB First Row— EDITH DICKERSON, Vice-President; MISS LYNNWOOD KINDER, Sponsor; HUBERT GROSECLOSE, President. GERALDINE MILLIRONS Secretary; DOTTIE LEACHE. Treasurer. Second Row -BETTY ANN DENHAM, FRANK STAFFORD. Third Row— LOIS ROSENBAUM, CHARLES PAULEY, Fourth Row -JEAN EDWARDS, CHRISTINE FAIRCHILD, JOHNNY WYGAL, NITA AUSTIN, KATHERINE JONES. Fifth Row— BONNIE JEAN GALLI MORE, GLIiNNA MYERS. Sixth Row — FRANCES ADAIR, PUDDY STEGER. Seventh Row MARIAN BRALLEY, NICHOL ESKRIDGE. BILLIE KIRCHNER, G. C.HALL, EDWARD PAGAN. THERE WERE HONOR STUDENTS rn I HE Beta Club is one of the honorary or- ganizations of the school. The purpose of the club is promoting scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and character throughout the school, as well as in the individual. During the three years the group has been in function it has been very active in school projects. The first meeting this year was held soon after the beginning of the initial semester and Miss Lynnwood Kinder was voted as spon- sor. The following officers were also install- ed: Hubert Groseclose, president; Edith Dick- erson, vice-president; Geraldine Millirons, secretary; and Dorothy Leache, treasurer. Several programs were presented by the club in assembly, one of which was the in- stallation of 13 new members who were elected by the former group. The old members included: Nichol Esk- ridge, Peggy Dobson, Billie Kirchner, Kath- erine Jones, Nita Austin, Marian Bralley, Christine Fairchild; and the officers: Hubert Groseclose, president; Edith Dickerson, vice- president; Geraldine Millirons, secretary; and Dottie Leache, treasurer. At an installation of new members in assembly early in the school year, the follow- ing were elected new members: Edward Pagan, Charles Pauley, Frank Stafford, Bon- nie Jean Gallimore, Jean Edwards, Frances Adair, Lois Rosenbaum, Puddy Steger and Johnny Wygal.
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