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Page 54 text:
Boys ' Hi-Y Left to Right — Seated: Tommy Grantham, Dewey King, Kenneth Stafford, T. J. Duncan, Paul Umberger, Basil Bailey, B. F. Adair, Jack Bane. First row: Harry Byrd Humphrey, Randolph Palmer, Bill Moody, Doug Mabe, Bobby tester, Rex Andrew, Warren Luttre 1 1 Darnell Eaton, Walton Huff, Tommy Brickey, Jack Henson, Donald Scott. Second row: Wesley Vaughan, Sammy Lowman, Alan Groseclose, Frank McAllister, Richard Miller, Christie Whiteman, Haven Pagans. sponsor; club. HE Boys ' HI-Y held its initial meeting soon after the beginning of the current school year. At this meeting, the club was reorganized; Mr. Walter Griggs was chosen and many old members, boys returned from the service, were welcomed back into the The club has striven to regain its place of importance that it held previously. In a publi- cized statement, the Hi-Y announced that it would tackle any job, at any time, that would make our school a better place in which to spend the best years of our lives, our youth. Officers for this year were Jack Bane, president; Walton Huff, vice-president; and B. F. Adair, secretary-treasurer. The goal which the Boys Hi-Y set this year was: to become, through service and obedi- ence, an essential part of dear ole P. H. S. Without a doubt, they have fully achieved their aim. ( 52 )
Page 53 text:
Dramatic Club Left to Right — Seated: Mamie McFall, " Booby " Wallace, Jackie Scott. Standing: Hubert Finn, Leo Edison, T. J. Duncan, Bill Ratcliffe, " Dee " Black, Mrs. Sunbeam Farris. Not shown: Betty Jean Hall, Eugene Smith, Billy Stout, Delmon Myers, Otis Quesenberry. 7 y r HE Dramatic Club is one of the new organizations in P. H. S. The purpose of the club is to develop better voices, better speech control, and to improve posture. It is also striving to encourage a better understanding of make-up, lighting, play production, speech elements, and gestures. The officers who served for the year were: Douglas Smith, president: Booby ' Wallace, secretary-treasurer; T. J. Duncan, critic; and Dee ' Black, reporter. The club was organized and under the direction of Mrs. Tom Jordan first semester; but upon her resignation, Mrs. Luther Farris was chosen sponsor. ( 51 )
Page 55 text:
Girls Hi -Y Left to Right — Seated: Mary Frances Askew, Ladema Haney, Henrietta Wolfe, Evelyn Hall, Minta Critzer, Edna Wilkerson, “Booby " Wallace, Jackie Scott. First row: Mary Clare Dunlap, Patsy Smith, " Teenie " Stevens, Iris Sutphin, Dorothy Fuller, Loraine Richardson, Betty Slack, Mildred Davidson, Peggy Rhodes, Joyce Richardson, Mickey Whitaker. Second row: Anita Bailey, Jean Owens, Carol Reese, Evelyn Harriman, Mary Ann Wooley, Fonda Williams, Joyce Vanhoy, Burwell Moss, June Kegley, Mary Ellen Runion, Elsie Brookman, Betty Thompson, Jeanne Kegley. Not shown: Sponsor, Miss Laura Dalton; recording secretary, “Frankie " DeHaven; secretary, Imogene Kegley; Betty Jean Hall. 7 Girls ' f O create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character: " this is the purpose of the Hi-Y, and is the standard which the club has striven to uphold. The officers who were elected for the year are as follows: Jackie Scott, president; Evelyn Wallace, vice-president; Frankie DeHaven, recording secretary; Imogene Kegley, secretary; and Edna Wilkerson, treasurer. Miss Laura Dalton was chosen sponsor. During the year the Hi-Y attended church in a body once a month. In September the club sponsored a dance in the gymnasium; it also arranged an assembly program for the students. ( 53 )
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