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Page 35 text:
MISS EMMA GALLIMORE ' S Home Room Left to Right — First row: Ruth Folden, Patsy Fisher, Betty Jo Jennings, Mary Nell Hill, Cressa Kinder Sadie Grimes, Bonnie Helton. Second row: Lois Elkins, Jean Jenkins, Marcia, Eversole, Jean Jones, Alene Haney, Jewel Grantham, Wanda Goad, Billy Ann Holliday. Third row: Ella Mae Irvin, Ann King, Carl Hedge, Mark Ferguson, June Huff, Sylvia Huff. Fourth row: Lowell King, Piggy Hogg, Donald Carper, Keith Ryan, Bill Hall, Elmer Hutchens, Robert Hayes. Fifth row: G. C. King, Claude Grimsley, Fred Jones, Houston Farley, Jack Gill. MR. WALTER GRIGGS and MISS KATHERINE STOKES’S Home Room Left to Right — First row: Marie Southern, Nellie Walls, Oreta Webb, Alvertia Quesenberry, Betty Rate I i f f e . Second row: Betty Jean Slate, Bertha Rutherford, Verna Thompson, Alice Stewart, Wilma Shelor Janet Smith, Virginia Helen Quesenberry. Third row: Don Hall, Willis McDaniel, Johnny Kidd, James Graham, Donald Phibbs. Fourth row: Frank Swain, James Dehart, Donald Gress, Buddy Wirt, Raymond Swain. Fifth row: Arlen Vessey, Charles Brown, Douglas Mabry. Not shown: Ed Folden. ( 33 )
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MRS. DOBYNS ' S Home Room Left to Right — First row: Ru th Williams, Earle Shuff lebarger, Judy M id k iff , Joe Mac Painter, Peggy Whiteman, Virginia Quesenberry, Joan Midkiff. Second row: June Morris, June Wheatley, Doris Mabe, Lila McCall, Carrie McDaniel, Richard Page, Mildred Quesenberry, Mrs. T. A. Dobyns, teacher. Third row: Betty Jean Macey, Geraldine Robertson, Nancy Mitchell, Nancy Harris, Frances Kelly, Betty Stoots, Mildred Leeson. Fourth row: James Shepherd, E. K. Landis, Theron Rupe, Jewel Warburton, Sarah Moses, Carle Shufflebarger. Fifth row: Owen Millirons, Dale Skeens, Louis Surratt, French Ellis, Wayne Richardson, Donald Mabry, Ray Lemon. MR. EARL CRABTREE ' S Home Room Left to Right — First row: Wanda Chandler, Alice Boothe, Mary Jane Baker, Freda Dalton, Mary Mitchell Allison, Jane Ann Ballard, Helen Baugh. Second row: Juanita Craig, Mildred Aust, Mildred Dalton, Norma Jean Duncan, Audrey Eidson, Patricia Downey, Befty Jean Ayers. Third row: Tommy Lindsey, Doug Dickerson, Donald Clark, Buddy Clark, Kyle Hawkins, James Rogers. Fourth row: Randal Bowles, Frank Craig, Freddy Amburn, Alfred Hamilton, Jimmy Lowman. Not shown: Sylvia Dalton, Margaret Grubb.
Page 36 text:
Freshman Class Officers KENNY RATCLIFFE DEAN TESTER - BILL KING FRED NEWMAN President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 7 HE Freshman Class of 47 Is a group of " Happy-go-lucky " students without whom the school would not be complete. Since that early day in September when they began their high school careers, they have become a real part of the school and have become used to the studying and other activities. They have been capably guided by the following teachers: Mrs. Thelma Sanders, Miss Elizabeth Painter, Miss Laura Dalton, Miss Clara Sue Bedwell, Mrs. Deile Wilker- son, and Miss Anne Bane. Though Mr. Jack Russell resigned soon after the beginning of the second semester, the freshmen feel that he contributed much to their welfare. The freshmen are looking forward to their future years of high school with enthusiasm as they begin the climb toward graduation. ( 34 )
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