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CLeetteaJ, c t A Left to right: Patsy Smith, Mildred Elkins, Elizabeth Howard, Joyce Hill, Lois Kegley, Betty Ann Hall. O N September 26, 1943, the students of P.H.S. assembled in the gym to elect its 1943-44 cheerleaders. After considerable time and much thinking they selected six of our most capable and spirited girls. From our senior students: Joyce Hill, Elizabeth Howard, and Lois Kegley; Juniors: Mildred Elkins; Sophomores: Betty Ann Hall; Freshmen: Patsy Smith. Hill. The Monogram Club elected from these six, to act as head cheerleader, Joyce She proved to be a very efficient and persistent leader. During the year these girls were on hand at all our games, rain or shine, to cheer our team on to victory. We are proud of our cheerleaders and hope future years will find students as capable and ready as these girls to lead our students in their yells. PAGE FIFTY
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(P ey C- In l . . . First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Fifth row: Elizabeth Howard, Ellen Eskridge, Sara Virginia Tice, " Catchy " Hinton. Lois Kegley, Margaret Watts, Sabra Humphrey, Joyce Hill, Eleanor Hall, Sue Carper. Patsy Smith, Mildred Elkins, Helen Black, Helen Landis, Martha Ann Board, Betty Ann Hall, Helen Rorrer. Betty Lou Vickers, Alice Schrader, Elizabeth Crockett, Jean Clark, Mercedes Davidson, Laura Elkins, Helen Hinton. Miss Coggiano, Frieda Webb, June Thompson, Mary Lou Hutchens, Julia Mae Webb, Ruth Lyons, Miss Spradlin. T HIS group of girls is aptly named, for their energetic and zealous efforts in the school activities were marveled at by all. Their boundless energy in preparation for the football games was something to make Hercules green with envy. They were the unsung heroes of the soda-pop booth, counting change, decorat- ing the ball park with the royal orange and black in zero weather, and many other chores that helped to make our games a success. The club was organized and spon- sored by the Girls ' Monogram Club and the officers were identical. The sponsors were Misses Elna Spradlin and Luciel Coggiano. PAGE FIFTY-ONE
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