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Prim Priscilla ' - 0
Loraine Richardson, BeTTy Slack.
Dorolhy Fuller, Colene RoberTson, Mary Frances Askew, BeTTy Ayers, PaT Downey, Mildred Davidson, Mary Allison,
Mary Woolley, Mary Runion, Lila McCall, June WheaTIey.
June Kegley, AniTa Bailey, Jeanne Kegley.
Jean Jenkins, Mary Hill, BeTTy Jennings, Evelyn l-lall, Miss Margie Jacobs and Miss Louise Ellell, sponsors, Fonda
Williarns, Mary Dunlap, Sylvia Dalian, Viola l-lowleTT.
Helen Kegley, Carle ShuTTlebarger.
HE purpose oT The Prim Priscilla Club is To creaTe higher social sTandards among The
sTudenTs OT P.l-l.S. lT has done much Tor The school by sponsoring several social
acTiviTies Th is yea r.
New members were elecTed and iniTiaTed aT The TirsT oT The school Term. OTTicers OT The
club were: AniTa Bailey, presidenTg June Kegley, vice-presidenTg Jeanne Kegley, secreTary: and
Helen Kegley, Treasurer.
On December l2Th, The TirsT Tormal OT The year was sponsored by The club. The V.P.l.
Cavaliers Turnished The music Tor The evening. The dance was enjoyed by all who aTTended. This
ChrisTmas Formal is sponsored each year by The Prim Priscilla.
ln The spring, The club sponsored The 'Spring Carnival wiTh The Theme "MoonlighT Serenade"
prevailing. The girls in pasTel dresses and The boys in Tuxedos made a lovely overTure To The season.
Aided by Their Two able sponsors, Miss Margie Jacobs and Miss Mary Louise ElleTT, They
have had a successTul year.
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CSTTOTUS - - '
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Firsf row: Mz Co:,T'rey.
Second row: M-1'oa'f-T Ann lffwy Barham: Quvsenbr-rry, Ann Riqqins, Irene Warlicls.
Third row: lrfnf- H,ifriif,'i M.1ir1afm Lf-llwirh Rufh Folfien BerTv Gill, Dori-, Burchvlf, Mildred Tabor.
Fourfh row: Pav, Thin-f, Ann Kiniz Marv Jean Tickle, Ruih Williams, Helen Bauqh, Elizabefh CT-rislev, Bonnie Helron,
Fifrh row: Ann Tum, Biiibma How'-ll, Bodvani- S?.'irw'er', Mildred Dallon, Pauline Aker, Berry Bishop, Hazel Parsell,
Jovi- C.illimo"', Bfflly Macy,
Sixfh row: lrffl N1-wf'-an, T. J. Dunfan, Crioroe Bunn, Al T-lirviilTon, Earlie Marshall, Fred Aniburn Jnfk Saunileri, STephen
N09 Shown: Dfinriii- Hanilorix Dofofhv Maloni-
lTl-T a membership oT 36, under The direcTion oT Mr. James GodTrey, The Chorus Club
had a verv worThwhile year.
In The Tall The club sponsored a dance in The gym, sang Tor The P.T.A., The Woman's
Club and The Ellcs Memorial Service.
The ouTsTandinq evenT oT The ChrisTmas Season Tor The club was The parTicipaTion in "Han-
dels Messiah" which was presenTed on December I3 in The PresbyTerian Church.
The sonqsTers added much To The beauTy OT The Spring Carnival wiTh Their melodious voices.
This year, in March, The club was hosT To The DisTricT Musical FesTival.
The musical year Tor The chorus was TerminaTed wiTh Their parTicipaTing in The Chorus and
Band ConcerT and The commencemenT exercises.
MargareT Ann Lewis was accompanisT during The pasT year.
The club oTTicers were: Mary Jane Baker, president who moved To BrisTol early in The
year, and was succeeded by MargareT LeTTwich3 BeTTy Bishop, vice-presidenT3 RuTh Williams, sec-
reTary and Treasurer, Ann King, librarian: and Earlie Marshall, reporTer.
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il-he HQriole Chirpsn - - - A
Sealed: Buddy Wirl, Juno Whenlley, Carle Shulllebarqer, Pr-oqy Whilenian, Pal Downey, Mark Ferguson, Anila Bailey.
Sfandirlq: Eailie Marshall, Cecil Logan, Belly Jo Jenn'nqs, Belly Jean Ayers, Berkeley Gilmer, Mrs. Charles Massey,
Belly Jane Sfools.
N09 Shown: Sadie Griwes Mary Milchell Allison Frances Rosebn-rry.
HE "Oriole Chirpsi' is lhe sludenl newspaper ol P.l-l.S. ll is published once a monlh
and lisls as ils purposes: I. To make P.l"l.S. a beller school by supporling every
worlhwhile proiecl. 2. To give lho sludenls ol P.l-l.S. an unbiased reporl on school aclivilies.
The "Chirps" slall is composed ol lhe lollowing sludenls: Peggy Lou Whileman, edilor-
in-chielg June Whealley, managing edilorp Palricia Downey, business manager: Berkeley Gilmer,
assislanl business manager: Carle Shulllebarger, Mark Ferguson, and Buddy Wirl, sporls edilorsq
Belly Jo Jennings, Belly Jean Ayers, Frances Roseberry, Belly Slools, Sadie Grimes, Anila Bailey,
Cecil Logan, and Earlie Marshall, reporlers. Mrs. Charles Massey sponsored lhe "Oriole Chirps".
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