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CACZTZGJL 8714 .
LefT To righ+: "Tiny" Edwards, Roberi' Moore, Donna SmiTh, Mildred Jones. Johnny Rollins. BeTTy Ann Hall.
ARLY This year The sTudenT body selecTed six capable and spiriTed leaders To
conclucT cheers aT our aThleTic evenTs. The sTudenTs chose Donna SmiTh, "Tiny"
Edwards, and Mildred Jones Trom The Senior Class: RoberT Moore Trom The Junior
Class: Johnny Rollins Trom The Sophomore Class: and BeTTy Ann l-lall Trom The Fresh-
The Monogram Club elecTed Donna SmiTh To lead The group. Donna proved
capable in her leadership and valuable in her conTribuTions in The way oT new songs
and yells Tor The school.
Regardless oT The weaTher. This spiriTed group was presenT aT every game To see
ThaT everyone leTT happy buT hoarse Trom yelling. Their cooperaTion and ever beam-
ing c:ounTenances encouraged The excellenT school spiriT displayed ThroughouT The
games of The year.
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Firsi' row: Bill Miller, BaTes Pauley, Wesley Vaughan, Vm Moody, Hencil Hawkins.
Second row: RoberT Moore, Herman MaTheney, Ulysses Hull. Alfred Mundy. "FrosTy" AusT, George Rash.
Circle: Bob STevens, Manson Gilliam, Jack Caldwell, Dick Hardy, Coach Long, Bow Haislip, Glen AusT, Don
Coordes, Gray Farmer. H
TARTING The year well. wiTh Ten members back Trom lasT year, The Boys' Mono-
gram Club soon goT under way wiTh Coach Long as sponsor. Hencil Hawkins was
elecTed To Till The office oT presidenT: N. D. ArTrip, as vice-president and "FrosTy"
AusT, as secreTary and Treasurer.
ln November They goT down To business in elecTing new members Trom, Those
who had won leTTers in Baseball and FooTball: Don Coordes, Gray Farmer, Dick
Hardy, Ulysses Hull, Alfred Mundy, BaTes Pauley, George Rash, Bobby STevens. and
Wesley Vaughan were iniTiaTed, wiTh appropriaTe ceremony. aT This Time. More
members were iniTiaTed in The Spring Trom Those who had won Baske-Tball leTTers.
They began in February sponsoring dances in The Gym: The sTudenTs apparenTly
enioyed This Torm oT recreaTion very much. A phonograph was used by The club To
supply music Tor These dances.
We all believe ThaT These aThleTes of P.H.S. will conTinue To hold high ideals
oi honor and good sporTsmanship as They have in The pasT.
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enioz Qfee .
Fannie Sue Andrew
Eveli n Bell
LTHOUGH noT geTTing Things under way unTil aTTer ChrisTmas The Senior Glee
Club made progress under The c'ompeTenT leadership oT Mrs. Farris.
Melodious sweelrness could be heard ringing ThroughouT P. H. S. on Friday
morning when pracTice Time came Tor These music makers.
One oT The high-lighTs oT The year was The Spring Carnival in which The club
parTicipaTed by enTerTaining The merry-makers wiTh a number oT selecTions as well
as sponsoring a booTh.
This being The sixTh year oi The Glee Club's organizaTion, iT has seen The mem-
bership grow To a number of over 90 members: This is The largesT number in iTs his-
Tory. AT Their TirsT business meeTing Their leaders were chosen as Tollows: Colleen
Hall, president Billy Harris. vice-presidenTg Mercedes Davidson, recording se-creTary:
Helen Freeman, corresponding secreTary: Lois Kegley. Treasurer: Nellie Cecil, libra-
rian: Mildred Jones, reporTerg and RuTh Cumming. accompanisT.
rk Helen Freeman
Georgia Gussler Colleen Hall La Verne Morrison
Jane Ann Hogg Helen HinTon Ruby OTey
Mildred Hobaclc Billie Harris Doris Owen
Mary Lee Huichens Joyce Hill VioleT Ouesenberry
Reba Hedge Annie Lee Hall Opal Ramsey
ElizabeTh Harriman Mildred Jones Jean Rhoades
Josephine Hall Doris Kegley Doris ScoTT
Lucille Huff MargueriTe Keys Donna SmiTh
Alma HursT Marie Long, Ruby SurraTT
ElizabeTh Howard Evelyn Lovern BeTsy ScoTT
BeTTy June McCall
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