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Even though the sixth grade is the youngest part of our student body, it is a very energetic and interested group of boys and girls, numbering around 2C0. This year the sixth grades, as well as the seventh grades, have been active in doing some valuable work through their Students CooDerative Association. The officers and representatives of this organization have led in numerous worthwhile activities through their various committees — health improvement, welfare, program, publicity, and war effort. They have shown much interest in assisting in the magazine campaign, the scrap paper drive, and 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 g Marvin Board, and Miss iris Ru are guided by Miss by Graham. Eunetta Osborne, Mrs. B. Bevins Rutherford, Mrs. irst row: Olena Hughett Tommy Thomas Fifth row: Pauline Aker Donald McNeeley Edsel Walker Barbara Grantham Curtis Richardson John Fisher Bill Oney Odell Bedsaul Jimmy Vaughn Ellen Stout Bill Wallace Mildred Causby Douglas Russell Melba Linkous Earl Fitzgerald Ann Carolyn Hurst Bobby Beamer Violet Vaughan Early Marshall Frances Ratcliff Owen Alley Kathleen Gray Charles Scott Elizabeth Rupe Mary Jean Tickle Evelyn Smith Harry Gates Kelly McGlothlin Fay Arrants Sally Hughes Evelyn Miller Gayle Tilson Joan Stuart Juanita Richardson Garland Steger, Jr. Irene Harrison Elizabeth Clarke Bill Ryan Mary D. Hall Fourth row: Betty Anderson Louise Rupe Glenna Ballinger Bobby Wolfe Paul Gaston Dana Atkins Martha Poole Mattie Costigan Edith Wolfe Margaret Carper Frances Wright Bill King Martha Vaughn Lula Ann Stoots George Minnick Third row: Louise Alley Ruby Ritter George Bunn, III Mary Trail Fred Reynolds Donald Wright Lucille Ratcliffe Berkeley Gilmer Douglas Kegley Buckie Riggs Billy Carras Carl Newsome Dean Tester Billy Lee Farmer Claude Lefler Tommy Gleason Elizabeth Stoots Lillian Swindell Frances Ann Carson Delphia Edwards Katie Goad Colleen Covey Charles Hall Bayne Farmer Frances Marshall Not Shown: Donald Rigney Melvin McGee Elbert Powers Emma Stoots Mildred Sutphin Lillian Tippet Colleen Wirt Seventh row: Kenneth Andrews George Akers Katherine Barker econd row: James Jones Donald Reese Tommy Bones Ambrose Pagan Jewell Black Kenneth Hall Bobby Williams Rodney King Ray Pennington Junior Shepherd Glenn Byrd Janet Spahr Kenneth Hoilman Sue Spratt Lewis Cook Donald Harrell Junior Carroll Shirley Pagan Alta Hilliard Elmer Abell Junior Carroll S. B. Lester Duane Mink Jack Hodge Jimmy Mantz David Caviness Ellis Clark William Davis Arnold Akers Stuard Lewis Ernest Quesenberry, Jr. Sixth row: Robert Dunagan Simon Edwards Lewis Willis Jimmy Black Richard Crafton J. C. Warf Douglas Bratton Sam French Richard Alley Reba Williams Charles Lee Floyd Ingram Billy Blankenship Billy Gravely Pierce Hughes Pauline Hinson Clara Worrell Roy Turman Hensel Smith Kenneth Hinson Garland Harris Nancy Cox Betty Mae DeHart Robert Brickey Thomas Rorrer Lois Hurley Perry Wilson Barbara Lynch Irene Warlick Beulah Edney Agnes Sheppard Ruby Jane Kirkner Pat Locklear Jack Denton Donald Owens Elizabeth Davis Theotis Powers Archie McDaniel Fred Newman Helen Quesenberry Paul Johnson Kenneth Schrader Ruth Taylor Irene Dunagan Jean Long Esther Brinkley Maude Gates J. W. Webb Durwood Waller Ivan Powers Frances Roseberry Elwood Rupe Carl Viars page thirty-five « i
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I HESE are our seventh grades — next year ' s freshmen. We take pleasure in having them represented among us. We feel that they justifiably merit this recognition, for they are a valuable part of our school. We know these students have much in store for them for the next four years, and we urge them to take advantage of every opportunity. These boys and girls are guided by Miss Galilee Phelps, Mrs. Margaret Fulk, and Mrs. Evva B. Urquhart. First row: Douglas Mabry Theron Rupe Joe Mac Painter Wavne Richardson Eddie Meador Frank Clark Billy Branson Claude Grimsley Charlie Dalton Lowell King Second row: Marcia Eversole Virginia Quesenberry Geraldine Robinson Peggy Whiteman Carle Shufflebarger Bonnie Helton Elizabeth Newman Mildred Leeson Elia Marie Stewart Audrey Gray Elwood Kidd Larry Phillips Jane Ballard Nancy Underwood Third row: Welford Hogg Mark Ferguson Jack Arrants Jackie Gallimore Gussie Davidson Evelyn Abell Ella Mae Irvin Oreta Webb Barbara Aker Lois Elkins Dorothy Murphy Jean Jonas Earle Shufflebarger Fourth row: Billy Sanders James Sheppard Houston Farley Leroy Babb Crystal Stafford Betty Smith Arbutus Hamilton Thelma Akers Donald Gress David Dalton Charlie King E. K. Landis Bob Hurd Elmer Hutchens John Saunders Garland Willis Fifth row: Buddy Wirt Ann King Billy Parcell Jimmy Meador Betty Baker Melba Lovern Betty Harrell Ann Quesenberry Marguerite Ritter Daphne Smith Billy Ann Holliday Betty Blankenship Pauline Covey Sara Moses Leonard Rupe Vernell Sheppard Lucile Farmer Arlene Vessey Dorothy Hodge Mildred Quesenberry Helen Miller Sixth row: Roy Rigney Pauline Rupe Betty Lou Ratcliff Carl Horton Mary Nell Hill Jewel Grantham Audrey Eidson Juanita Palmer Nancy Kidd Patsy Fisher Sandra Spahr Lorene Robertson June Huff Betty Jo Jennings Mary Jane Baker Betty Jean Ayers John Creger Hiram Mabry Frances Kelly Alene Haney Douglas Moore Joseph Spence Doris Mabe Fred Jones Mary Mitchell Allison Tunnie Cox Frances Trail Floyd Eanes Romona McKinney Georgia Surratt Janet Smith Edna Patton Mildred Thomas Seventh row: William Hall Edgar Hummel Joe Smith Donald Mabry Joe Rogers Richard Simmons Keith Ryan Betty Bowman Maxine Walters Hattie Costigan Melodean King Nellie Walls Not Shown: Fayette Burke Charles Byrd Wanda Chandler Lois Durmon Mildred French Hensil Jones Cressa Kinder Elmer McFall Wilma Shelor Margaret Slusher David Smith George Spencer Mary Yelton page thirty-four
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