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Page 51 text:
Firsl row: Annie Grace Black, Belly Jo Hanks, Miss Dallon, Peggy Wirl, Elaine Golliher,
Second row: Belly Jean Hall, "Teeny" Slevens, Edna Wilkerson, Peggy Rhodes, Maceline Jackson, Ethel Ross, Evelyn Harriman,
Third row: Della Michele, Minla Crilzer, Barbara Coordcs, Jean Larson, 'Jackie' Scoll, Irnooene Kegley, Dorolhy Sloois,
Fourlh row: Eileen Frosl, Lois Ellis, Theda Carle-r, Iris Sulphin, Slella Dallon, Palsy Srriilh,
Fifth row: "Mickey" Whilaker, Eleanor Hall, Mary Louise James, Belly Lee Kinzer, Hilda Meredilh, Jane Hillzheirner.
Fiflh row: Exelyn Wallace and Virginia Stoll.
O creale, mainlain and exlend lhroughoul lhe school and communily high slandards
ol Chrislian characleru is lhe purpose ol lhe Girls l-li-Y Club, one ol lhe honorary
organizalions ol lhe school.
Soon aller lhe beginning ol school lhe club held ils lirsl meeling. Their ollicers were:
Peggy Wirl, presidenl: Belly Jo Hanks, vice-presidenl: Elaine Golliher, secrelary: and Annie
Grace Black, lreasurer. They chose Miss Laura Dallon as lheir sponsor.
Throughoul lhe year lhe girls allended church in a body once a monlh. They also gave
Miss Dallon a beaulilul iewelled Hi-Y pin in order lo show lheir apprecialion ol lhe inleresl
and leadership she had given lhe club.
During lhe year lhe club had a candle-lighl inslallalion service lor lhe new members and
also an inleresling assembly program. They also held lhe annual Molher-Daughler Banquel. Al
lhe end ol lhe year, new members were welcomed inlo lhe club and honored wilh a hayride.
Page 50 text:
FirsT row: Bobby PainTer, Bruce Richardson, Mr. Cure, Fred Thrasher, R. A. Graham.
Second row: James Marshall, John Owen, Jimmy Webb, Randolph Palmer, Charlie MidlciTT.
Third row: Billy Diclcerson, Jaclc DenT, WalTon HUTT, Jack Bane, Donald ScoTT.
Fou'rTh row: James Rose, Bill Allison, "PoTTs" Keqley, Harry Bishop, Jimmy Wainwrighf.
Fif+h row: Jim Collins, Dean ShuTTlebarqer, C. W. STewarT, B. F. Adair.
T-TE Boys' T-li-Y is The only club in school ThaT sTands Tor ChrisTian characTer
ln The early parT OT The year Fred Thrasher was elecTed presidenT, wirh Bobby
PainTer, vice-president Bruce Richardson, secreTaryg R, A. Graham, Treasurer. Mr.
Raymond Cure was sponsor.
For several years iT has been The duTy oT The Hi-Y To raise and lower The Tlag each
day. This pracTice was conTinued ThroughouT The year.
A dance was given by The l-li-Y in The gym This year and was enjoyed greaTly by
all who aTTended.
Page 52 text:
Firsl row: Sabra Humphwey, Belly Keqley, Jackie Scoll, Gladys McNew, Peggy Wirl, Hilda Meredilh, Slella Dalfon, June
Hardy, Belly Warner, Caryl Avery.
Second row: Margarel Grubb, Thada Sulphin, Norma Jean Duncan, Orline Slools, Colen Roberlson, Coleen Gibson, Fonda
Williarns, Virginia Ashburn, Jackie Collins, Dorolhy Slools.
Third row: Dorolhy Malone, Lea Akers, Janie Baird, Blanche Crawford, Dorolhy Bishop, Reba Thornlon, Mary Ellen Runion,
Elsie Brookrnan, Rirh Cressell, Shirley Davis, Belly Bryanl, Lois Ellis.
Fourlh row: Opal Howlell, Doris Harrell, Arlene Roseberry, Marie Via, Lillian Saunders, Audrey Reynolds, Kalhleen Cable,
Ellen Slallord, Belly Ann Hall, Frances King.
Fiflh row: Eleanor Hall, Mary Davis, Faye Hursl, Marcelinc Jackson, Mrs. Farris, Mary Landrelh, Rulh Brown, Garnel
Sulphin, Jean Vickers, Helen Hanks.
l-llS is lhe lhird year lhal credil has been given lor a class in Chorus. The girls in lhis
club are under lhe leadership ol Mrs. l.ulher Farris.
The club has sung lor several meelings ol lhe P.T.A. and lhis was much enioyed by all lhe
people who allended.
On December l8 lhe Chrislmas program given by lhe Chorus Club was a beaulilul and
On December l9, al 9 o'clock, lhe members had a Chrislmas breaklasl al lhe Home Eco-
nomics Collage. Minialure snow scenes and individual place cards were used as decoralions
lor lhe allair and lhe members exchanged gills.
This is lhe lhird year lhal lhis group has presenled an operella. On March I5 lhe club pre-
senled "The Nilly Shop". This was a humorous and clever produclion. The whole Chorus Club
look parl in lhis perlormance.
The girls look parl in lhe Spring Carnival and added much lo ils beauly.
The group presenled lhe annual recilal in May and many new songs were sung.
This club sponsored several programs lor assemblies and in February lhey gave a dance
in lhe gym lollowing lhe William Fleming baskelball game.
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