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7 . . . First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Fifth row: Sixth row: Miss Eula Barnhart, Selena Evens, Ellen Eskridge, Miss Virginia Alexander. Jean Ballinger, Helen Black. Ruth Cummings, Kathryn Clark, Sarah Virginia Tice. Georgia Tickle, Betty Arrants, Doris Scott, Helen Landis, Martha Ann Board. June Thompson, Doris Chrisley, Jean Clark, Lois Kegley, Laura Elkins, Peggy White. Hester Ray, Mercedes Davidson, Joyce Hill, Gladys Turman, Sarah Hayter, Tiny Austin, Mary Pettyjohn. T° O CREATE, maintain, and extend, standards of Christian character, honorary organizations of the school. throughout the school and community high is the purpose of the Girls ' Hi-Y, one of the Soon after the beginning of school the Girls ' Hi-Y held its first meeting. Their officers were: Selena Evens, President; Ellen Eskridge, Vice-President; Jean Ballinger, Secretary; and Helen Black, Treasurer. They chose Miss Virginia Alexander, and Miss Eula Barnhart their sponsors. Throughout the year the girls attended church in a body once a month. November 12, the club gave a dance in the gym after the Radford game. On During the year the club sold Pulaski Hi ' pennants, gave an interesting program in assembly and held their annual Mother-Daughter social event. H AGE FORTY-THREE
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Left to right: First row: Trigg James. Second row: Curtis Jordan, Dick Miller. Third row: Bill Moody, George Edwards. Fourth row: Harry Silcox, Emerson Knapp, Bill Doughtery. Fifth row: Wesley Vaughan, Dow Owens, Bill Richardson, Don Duncan. Sixth row: Bates Pauley, Alex Haller, Carl Smith. Seventh row: Billy Owens, Chester Gunby, A. B. Boadwine, Jimmy Lark, Bruce Cartier, Blaine Huff, Harry Byrd Humphrey. O UTSTANDING Christian character and high ideals of living, extending through- out the school and community is the ba sis of membership in the Boys ' Hi-Y. This year the club was under the capable leadership of Sponsor, Mr. Raymond Cure, with the able assistance of President, Bill Richardson, Vice-President, Dow Owens, Secretary, Emerson Knapp, and Treasurer, Alex Haller. The club was active in many school events, among them were the sponsoring of assembly programs, and being responsible for the raising and lowering of the American flag every day. The club held its meetings every two weeks, attending church in a body on the Sunday following each meeting. PACE FORTY-TWO
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Top to bottom: First row: Alex Haller, Paul Lewey, Don Duncan, Bill Richardson, John Lyons, Ben Lake Critzer, Emerson Knapp, Dick Miller. Second row: Selena Evens, Sara Tice, Mercedes Davidson. Third row: Ruth Cummings, Jean Clark, Doris Scott. Fourth row: Helen Landis, Martha Ann Board, Helen Black. Fifth row: Doris Chrisley, Ellen Eskridge, Lois Kegley, Mary Katherine Pettyjohn, Katherine Clark, Jean Ballinger, Evelyn Lovern, Georgia Tickle, Lois Tickle and Miss Kinder, Sponsor. I HE Beta Club began a very successful year by installing new members in an interesting 1 installation service under the efficient leadership of Helen Black, President; Mercedes David- son, Vice-President; Doris Scott, Secretary; Dick Miller, Treasurer, and Miss Lynwood Kinder, Sponsor. The purpose of the club is to promote scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and character throughout the school and in the individual as well. Its motto is " Let us lead by serving others. " We were honored by having one of our outstanding members, Alex Haller, chosen as Beta Club State Secretary. A Thanksgiving basket containing enough food for a bountiful dinner was given to a needy family in November. Throughout the year the club sponsored several assembly programs, a very entertaining stunt program in which the four classes of the high school participated. A Kiddie Dance held in the gymnasium February 26, furnished a great deal of fun for both old and young. Prizes were awarded. PAGE FORTY-FOUR
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