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Page 67 text:
5 T. ' ■ Girls Monogram Club Garnet Sutphin, Patsy Smith, Jean Skeens, Imogene Kegley, Iris Sutphin. HE Girls ' Monogram Club is representative of the feminine wearers of the " P " in our high school. It was organized several years ago and is a goal sought for by all the girls who participate in sports and cheerleading. The officers were as follows: Iris Sutphin, president; Patsy Smith, vice-president; Garnet Sutphin, secretary, and Imogene Kegley, treasurer. Miss Ruth Simpson served as sponsor of the club. and The club sponsored the election of cheerleaders at the beginning of the year also helped to make a success of many other sports events and social activities. ( 65 )
Page 66 text:
Boys Monogram Club Left to Right — First row: Second row: Third row: Paul Holston, Sammy Lowman, " Pokey " Quesenberry, David Chrisley, Dewey King, Otis Quesenberry, Harry Humphrey, Donald Scott, Douglas Williams. David Scott, Donald Southern, Donald Mabry, Wesley Vaughn, Bill Moody, Frank Craig, Mark Ferguson, Doug Mabe, Bobby Tester. J. Ward Long, Kenny Ratcl iff e . Jimmy Lowman, French Ellis, Richard Miller, Donald Malone, Houston Wingo, Tommy Grantham, Ned Knode. ' HE purpose of the Boys ' Monogram Club is to forward athletics and " sportsmanship in P. H. S. With this purpose fresh in mind, the club, under the sponsorship of Coach J. Ward Long, got under way immediately after the s+art of the school year. Off icers for the year were Otis Quesenberry, president; Doug Williams, vice- president; and Donald Scott, secretary-treasurer. At the close of the football season, thirteen new members, who had at last received their hard-earned letters, were initiated into the club. ( 64 )
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Varsity Football Left to Right — First row: " Pokie " Quesenberry, Don Malone, Bud King. Center: Bobby Tester. Bottom: Doug Williams. Kenny Rate I iffe , Doug Mabe, Bill Moody, " Toar " Ellis, Ed Folden, Buddy Ratcliffe. 0 i ATE in August, football practice started for the season of 1946. Sixty boys turned out the first day of practice, and Coaches J. Ward Long and Jack Russell looked forward to a very successful season. Three veterans were on the squad of whom two were lettermen. The team was led by Doug Williams who played right end outstandingly. Doug Mabe, right guard, and Donald Malone, fullback, were elected on the all- district team, along with Bill Moody and Pokie ' ' Quesenberry, who were on second string. The team showed fine sportsmanship through the entire season. Even though the trophy was lost to Wytheville, the team played well and much credit is due to both Coach Long and Coach Russell. The Junior Varsity football team had a short season but gained much experience which will help them on next year s varsity team. ( 66 )
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