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U l . Left fo right: Helen Bowman, Thelma Turner, Blanche Crawford, Joyce Hill, Pauline Patton, Evelyn Bell, Mrs. Luther Farris, Nancy Lyons, Ruth Cressel, Hilda Meredith, Doris Scott, Annie Lee Hall, Freida Webb, Dorothy Stoots, Colleen Williams, Betty Lee Kinzer, Betty Kee, Christine Davis, Ada Sowers, Nellie Stafford, Mary Nelson. r - OR the first time in the history of the High School, credit was given for a music course which met one hour daily, with emphasis on vocal accomplishment. This is the Chorus Class. With a membership of 33, under the direction of Mrs. Luther Farris, this club has accomplished great things. " The Dress Rehearsal, " an operetta of wit and beauty, given on December 3, was a great success. For the Christmas program the club presented the Christmas Story with a soft spotlight making a beautiful effect. At the Spring Carnival, the club sponsored a minstrel show which happened to be the main attraction. The Recital was an attractive affair with beautiful numbers well sung. The club also participated in the commencement activities. Officers are: President, Freida Webb; Vice-President, Dorothy Stoots; Secretary, Annie Lee Hall; Treasurer, Colleen Williams; Reporter, Doris Scott; Librarian, Betty Lee Kinzer; Hilda Meredith, an able accompanist. For the first time this group has robes, which they bought by sponsoring various enter- tainments, such as a dance in November, and a Progressive Game Party on February 22, and a pantomime, " And the Lamp Went Out, " in February. These girls do not sing only — they learn to sight read, recognize composers, try original compositions, learn scales, fundamentals and tone quality. More and better progress has been made this year than in any previous year. PAGE FORTY-FIVE
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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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• • • First row: Mary Louise James, Barbara Coordes, Virginia Scott, Peggy Wirt, Betty Jane Kegley. Second row: Mrs, Graham, Betty Jo Hanks, Eileen Frost, Ann English, Jane Hiltzheimer, Joyce Jenkins. Betty Lee Kinzer, Eleanor Hall, Hilda Meredith, Margaret Spratt, Betty Ann Hall. T HE Sub-Deb Club was organized January 27, 1944 under the supervision of Mrs. Lewis Graham, by a group of Sophomore girls who felt a need for an etiquette club. Their purpose is to improve themselves socially in order to have a well-rounded personality. The membership of the club is limited to Sophomores with one Freshman as mascot. The members feel that in selecting new members they want girls who not only need the club but also those who might contribute to the club. OFFICERS President VIRGINIA SCOTT Vice-President BARBARA COORDES Corresponding Secretary PEGGY WIRT Recording Secretary MARY LOUISE JAMES Treasurer BETTY KEGLEY Reporter JANE HILTZHEIMER I The new members taken in were: Joan Baker, Elaine Golliher, Jean Ann Gibson, Sabra Humphrey and the mascot, Iris Sutphin. PACE FORTY-SIX
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