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Page 46 text:
S. C. A. Officers CHARLIE BLACK RICHARD PAINTER RICHARD LUTTRELL. TEMPLE PAINTER . President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer J HE purpose of the S. C. A. is to give the school boys and girls of Virginia broad opportunity for training in citizenship and to offer to teachers and pupils an organization through which the general and the extra curricular activities may be promoted. welfare of the school The slogan of this organization is: The school and community growing together. Iheir colors are green and white with a flaming torch as their emblem. This organization under the leadership of Charles Black, its president, was very active in school life. ( 44 )
Page 48 text:
Student Counci Left to Right — Center: First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Iris Sutphin, Donald Scott, Jeanne Kegley, Betty Jean Hall. Kenny Ratcliffe, Patsy Smith, Frankie DeHaven, Vera Wingo, Evelyn Hall, Myrtle Havens, Teenie Stevens, Mary Yelton, Joan Midkiff. Cecil Logan, Buddy Ratcliffe, June Wheatley, Glenna Ballinger, Jackie Collins, Lois Durham, Mrs. Massey, Christie Whiteman. Bayne Farmer, Edna Wilkerson, Peggy Rhodes, Otis Quesenberry, Joe Mac Painter, Mark Ferguson, T. J. Duncan, Jack Bane, Jackie Scott, Imogene Kegley. Dick Page, Kenneth Stafford, Bobby Tester. 7 HE Student Council began its work immediately after the opening of school this year. The most important aims of the council are to sponsor and carry out activities which will bring about better school spirit and improve the atmosphere of our student life, and to aid in the solving of problems that may arise in the school. The president of the council, Donald Scott, and the vice-president Betty Jean Hall, were elected by the student body. The secretary, Jeanne Kegley, and the treasurer, Iris Sutphin, were chosen by the council, which consists of all club presidents and homeroom representatives. Mrs. Colleen Massey was chosen sponsor. In addition to selling second-hand books at the beginning of the school year, the council sponsored the annual Farmer ' s Ball, which was a great success. The council also furnished the school with an amplifying system to be used for dances and various other purposes. The success of the Student Council was due directly to the splendid cooperation between the faculty and the students. ( 46 ) Hi
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