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C Lxt It Cj ta l e cA- r - VEN though the sixth grade is the youngest part of our student body, it is a very energetic and interested group of boys and girls. This year, the sixth graders as well as the seventh graders, have been active in doing some valuable work through their S. C. A., whose officers and representatives have led in numerous worthwhile activities through their various committees. They have shown much interest in assisting in the magazine campaign, the Junior Red Cross Drive, the Infantile Paralysis Fund, the purchase of War Stamps and Bonds and other phases of the school program. These boys and girls are guided by Miss Anne Rider, Miss Oneta Osborne, and Miss Ruby Graham. Evelyn Abell Barbara Aker Ernest Akers Owen Alley Mary Mitchell Allison Glenna Anderson Kenneth Anderson Jack Arrants Betty Ayers Leroy Babb Betty Jean Baker Mary Jane Baker Jane Anne Ballard Carolyn Bennington Betty Bowman Billy Ray Branson Bobby Bryant Charles Byrd Everett Callahan Wiley Carrol, Jr. Wanda Chandler Ellis Clark Frank Clark Howard Cook Hattie Costigan Colleen Covey Pauline Covey Charlotte Craft John Creger Charlie Dalton David Dalton Maryline Dalton Gussie Davidson Rachel Davis Nannie Donithan Raymond Dorsett Lois Durman Floyd Eanes Delphia Edwards Audrey Eidson Loir Elkins Marcia Eversole Houston Farley Billy Lee Farmer Lucille Farmer Mark Furgerson Carrie Lee Fisher Donald Frazier Charles Frye Jacqueline Gallimore Paul Gaston Tommy Gleason Audrey Gray Donald Gress Claude Grimsley Carl Haga Alva Hailey Marvin Hall Thelma Hall William Hall Alene Haney Roy Harrell Bonnie Helton Mary Nelle Hill Welford Hogg Robert Hogue Carl Horton Guy Huff June Huff Bobby Hurd Elmer Hutchens Floyd Ingram Ella Mae Irvin Betty Jo Jennings Norma Jean Jones Elwood Jones Fred Jones Frances Kelly Nancy Kidd Bill King Lowell King Ann King Albert Kirkner E. K. Landis Wanda Lane Mildred Leeson Pat Lackleso Edith Lovern Doris Mabe Hiram Mabry Early Marshall Archie McDaniel Ramona McKinney Eddie Meador Jimmy Meador Helen Miller Douglas Moore Louise Morefield Sara Moses Dorothy Murphy Elizabeth Newman Fred Newman Cloyd Nunn Edith Oakes Leon Ogle Ambrose Pagan Joe Mac Painter Juanita Palmer Velma Palmer Anna Mae Parks Donald Parsell Edna Patton Elbert Powers Mildred Quesenberry Virginia Quesenberry Betty Lou Ratcliffe Fred Reynolds Wayne Richardson Roy Rigney Geraldine Robertson Lorene Robertson Leonard Rupe Pauline Rupe Douglas Russell Keith Ryan Billy Sanders John Saunders Wilma Shelor James Sheppard Vernell Sheppard Carle Shufflebarger Earle Shufflebarger Charles Simmons Betty June Smith David Smith Janet Smith Marvin Sonner Sandra Spahr George Spencer Crystal Stafford Don Stammers Ella Marie Stewart Elizabeth Stoots Eugene Summers Mildred Sutphin Anne Tennant Mildred Thomas Dreama Tilley Frances Trail Roy Turman Wilburn Venable Arlen Vessey Douglas Waller Nellie Walls Maxine Walters Joan Warren Oreta Webb Peggy Lou Whiteman Bobby Williams Garland Willis Buddy Wirt Verda Woolwine ACE THIRTY-FIVE J
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£ even tk Cj tale’cA- I I ERE are our seventh graders — next year ' s freshmen. We take pleasure in having ' them represented among us; for we feel that they justifiably merit this recog- nition. They are a valuable part of our school. These boys and girls ' are guided by Miss Pearl Pendleton, Mrs. Margaret Fulk, and Miss Galilee Phelgs. Thelma Akers June Dalton Johnnie Kidd Mary Ellen Runion Virginia Amburn Douglas Divers Estelle King Eldridge Ryan Draper Anderson Lois Ann Duncan Robert King Sonnie Seagle Mary Frances Askew Mary Clare Dunlap Margaret Leftwich Richard Simmons Betty Baker Joy Durham Melba Lovern Margaret Slusher Anita Bailey Mary Ruth Edwards Jimmie Lowman Jerry Shumate Bobby Baird Emily Eversole Raymond Lyons Duane Smith Okley Banes Hubert Finn Mildred Mabry Frances Smith Elizabeth Blankenship Marie Flemisch Dorothy Malone Joe Smith Robert Blankenship Carl Foley Evelyn Marshall Walter Smith Charlotte Brewer Dorothy Fuller James Martin Evelyn Sorrell Dorothy Brickley Colleen Gibson Earline McGee Frances Southern Mable Brookman Darrell Golliher Della McNeil Clarence Spencer Elsie Brookman James Graham Hensel McNew Ellen Stafford Nancy Bryant Jewel Graham Pauline Mitchell Naomi Stewart Lois Bryson Alan Groseclose Owen Musser Sara Mae Stillwell Juanita Burton Phyllis Hagee Lewis Murphy Dorothy Stout Vivian Byrd Junior Hall Thomas Palmer Doris Jean Stout Donald Carper Maxine Hall Barbara Pannell Georgia Surratt Mildred Cameron Arbutrus Hamilton Billy Parsell Evelyn Taylor Earl Cardinell Betty Harrell Ben Pearman Betty Thompson Hallie Carlton Lois Harrell Joan Porter Ella Thompson Helen Carras Mary Hight Janice Price Lilbern Thompson Allene Chrisley Bonnie Horton Dorothy Ann Pruet Billy Thornhill John Clark Billie Ann Holliday Billie Pyoff Emmett Umberger Douglas Clark William Huff Ann Quesenberry Paul Umberger Fred Cole Edgar Hummel Don Quesenberry Jackson Vann Jackie Collins Daniel Hurst Lena Quesenberry Merrianne Vaughan Clarence Conner George Johnson Pauline Quesenberry Jean Vickers Betty Jean Cook Hensel Jones Bill Ratcliff Virginia Waggoner Beatrice Cooper Janet Kanarr Gertrude Richardson Allan Wertz Tunnie Cox Shirley Kanarr Marguerite Ritter Douglas Wheeling Sue Cox Helen Kegley Colene Robertson Fonda Williams Nancy Crafton Jean Kegley Robert Rupe Mary Ann Woolley Bobby Cruise June Kegley ' Theron Rupe PACE THIRTY-FOUR
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