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Page 53 text:
Bottom to top left: Bottom to top right: Top center: Bottom row: Center: Not shown: David James. Sammy Lowman, Harry Silcox, James Slaydon, Bruce Richardson, Albert Smith. Emerson Knapp, Carl Smith, Fred Thrasher, Edward Aust, John Owen, Ben Critzer. Mr. Cure. Jim Collins, John Lyons, Marvin Lester, Bill Allison, Jimmy Webb. Oscar Thompson, Bobby Painter, Bales Pauley, Johnny Rollins. Curtis Jordon, A. B. Boadwine. I HE Boys ' Hi-Y club, the only boys ' organization in the school which stands tor Christian fellowship, had a busy year helping the school to prosper. At the beginning of the year, Johnny Rollins was elected president with Mr. Raymond Cure, sponsor. Other officers were Bobby Painter, secretary and Bates Pauley, treasurer. In the past two years, more than twenty members of the Hi-Y have entered the Armed Forces. We highly honor them. For several years it has been the duty of the Hi-Y to raise and lower the flag each day. This was continued this year. Meetings were held every other Thursday, and the members attended church in a body the following Sunday. Pennants of orange and black were sold by the Hi-Y to encourage school spirit. This was a great success. At the end of the school year the Hi-Y will leave a gift as a token of appreciation to the school. The gift will be determined by the financial status of the club. On March 16, the Boys ' Hi-Y held a Saint Patrick ' s Day dance, for which the gym was decorated in green and white paper. This dance was enjoyed by the school and by several parents who attended. page forty-nine
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Bottom to top left: Top center: Bottom row: Bottom to top right: Center: Not shown: Miss Eula Barnhart, Doris Huff, Dorothy Stoots, Annie Grace Black, Georgia Tickle, Jean Larson, Elizabeth Collins, Helen Rorrer. Betty Lee Kinzer. Peggy Wirt, Helen Landis, Lois Ellis, Sarah Tice, Hilda Meredith, Betty Jo Hanks. Miss Clara Mae Bolt, Martha Ann Board, Ann Laughon, Jane Hiltzheimer, Elaine Golliher, Stella Dalton, Mary Louise James, Barbara Coordes. Sarah Hayter, Laura Elkins, Frances Hinson, Tiny Austin. Pauline Mooney. 7 T O create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character " is the purpose of the Girls ' Hi-Y, one of the honorary organizations of the school. Soon after the beginning of school the Girls ' Hi-Y held its first meeting. Their officers were: Tiny Austin, president; Sarah Hayter, vice-president; Laura Elkins, secretary; and Frances Hinson, treasurer. They chose Miss Clara Mae Bolt and Miss Eula Barnhart as their sponsors. Throughout the year the girls attended church in a body once a month. They had several joint meetings with the Boys ' Hi-Y. On October 27, the club gave a dance in the gym after the Marion Football Game. During the year the club gave an interesting program in assembly and held the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet. At the end of the year they welcomed the new members into the club by sponsoring a hayride. page forty-eight
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First row: Ruth Lyons, Dorothy Crowell, Julia Mae Webb, Catherine Hinton, Audrey Reynolds, Margaret Brookman, Margaret Quesenberry, Ruth Lee Cox. Second row: Lila Sutphin, Elizabeth Collins, Lea Akers, Margaret Hall, Dorothy Henley, Elizabeth Stoots. Third row: Hilda Meredith, Ruth Cressell, Dawn Smith, Martha Ann Wilson, Gladys McNew, Betty Byrd, Lois ! Stoots, Joyce Jenkins, Irene Whitt. Fourth row: Garnett Sutphin, Mary Anderson, Mary Nelson, Mrs. Luther Farris, Margaret Leftwich, Arlene Roseberry, Bonnie Schrader, Jacqueline Scott, Margaret Grubb. Not Shown: Bentley McKee, Georgia Tickle, Janie Baird, Freda Webb, Nellie Stafford, Lila Sutphin, Marguerite Alley, Tiny Austin, Evelyn Childress, Mildred Elkins, Helen Hall, Frances Hinson, Georgia Marshall. T HIS is the second year that credit has been given for a class in chorus. The girls in this club are under the direction of Mrs. Luther Farris. The group sponsored a bake sale in November, which was fun besides being of financial benefit to the club. The Christmas program on December 15 was touching and beautiful under colored lights. On December 15, at 9 o ' clock, the members held a Christmas breakfast at the Home Economics Cottage. Lighted candles were used and gifts were exchanged. This is the second year that this group has presented an operetta. " The Beauty Con- test,’ by Theodosia Paynter and G. A. Grant-Schaefer, presented in March, was humorous and clever. The music was catchy, tuneful, and different. The entire Chorus Club took part in this performance. The girls took part in the Spring Carnival and added much to its beauty. The Mother ' s Day Tea at the Home Economics Cottage was a delightful affair. Each girl presented a red carnation to her mother before the program. The recital given in May was an unusual affair. Many different types of songs were used. For the first group the girls wore white robes; for the second group they were dressed as typical Americans from the different sections of the country; for the last group of sentimental ballads evening dress was worn. In addition to the many social activities, the members of the Chorus Club learned to work together as a team, to cooperate, to sight read, and to watch tone quality and volume. Page fifty
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