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Page 51 text:
National Junior Ho nor Society Left to Right — First row: Ruth Williams, Jean Jenkins, Patricia Downey, June Wheatley, Miss Bedwell. Second row: S arah Moses, Sadie Grimes, Mildred Dalton, Peggy Whiteman. Third row: Houston Farley, Joe Mac Painter. in citizens HE National Junior Honor Society is an organization for the freshmen and sophomores who have a " B " average and who are outstanding service, and character. The aim of the club is not only to promote better scholarship among its members but to seek to promote better scholarship and more pleasant relationships among the entire student body. Serving as officers of the National Junior Honor Society this year were June Wheatly, president; Patricia Downey, vice-president; Mildred Quesenberry, treasurer; and Joe Mac Painter, historian. Miss Clara Sue Bedwell was chosen sponsor. One of the most outstanding events of the year was the Valentine Dance, which the club gave in the gymnasium during February. (49)
Page 50 text:
National Honor Society Left to Right — First row: Mrs. T. A. Dobyns, Charlotte Frye, Joyce Vanhoy. Second row: Mickey Whitaker, Teenie Stevens. Third row: Doris Ann Alley, Dorothy Cole. Fourth row: Imogene Kegley, Patsy Smith, Jackie Scott, Christie Whiteman, Donna Sprinkle. members, HE members of the National Honor Society were chosen from the senior class on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. In the selection of a " B " average was required, and officer points were taken into consideration. The officers for the year were Imogene Kegley, president: Patsy Smith, vice-president: Jac- queline Scott, secretary: and Christie Whiteman, treasurer. The club was sponsored by Mrs. T. A. Dobyns whose helpful suggestions were an asset to the club. During the year, the club sold pencils with the football and basketball schedules printed on them to the students. The society also sponsored a dance in the gymnasium after the Marion- Pulaski football game, which was quite a success. At the end of the school year, new members were elected and were honored by the old members with a banquet. ( 48 )
Page 52 text:
Beta Club Top to Bottom — First row: Evelyn Hall, Mary Ann Craig, Loraine Richardson, Mickey Whitaker. Second row: Miss Lynwood Kinder, Lois Harrell, Mary Clare Dunlap, Jackie Scott, Mary Davis, Imogene Kegley, Wanda Pack. Third row: Dorothy Cole, Dorothy Fuller, Patsy Smith, Lois Ann Duncan, Vera Wingo, Donna Sprinkle, Joyce Vanhoy, Charlotte Frye, Teenie Stevens, Christie Whiteman. Fourth row: Evelyn Sorrell, Alan Groseclose, Doris Ann Alley, Bobby Cruise. 7 character. HE Beta Club is one of the honorary organizations of Pulaski High School. Its motto is Let us lead by serving others " ; its purpose is to promote scholarship, leadership, citizenship and The sponsor of the club was Miss Lynnwood K ' nder. The officers were Christie Whiteman, president; Teenie Stevens, vice-president; Charlotte Frye, secretary; and Joyce Vanhoy, treasurer. During the year, the following new members were chosen Horn the junior class: Dorothy Fuller, Wanda Pack, Mary Clare Dunlap, Loraine Richardson, Alan Groseclose, Bobby Cruise, Lois Ann Duncan, Evelyn Hall, Lois Harrell. Mary Ann Craig, Evelyn Sorrell, and Vera W ' ngo. The Beta Club gave two Thanksgiving baskets to needy families this year. The club also sponsored a stunt program, in which the four classes participated. An award was given to the class presenting the best stunt. The members must be given additional credit for the delightful Kiddie Dance, which was held in November. (SO)
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