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Page 65 text:
Girls' Monogram - - .
Clockwise from Miss Ruth Simpson, Mildred Davidson, Carle ShuTflehe-rqer, Earle Shufflebarqer, Belfy Thompson, Mary Frances
extreme lefT: Askew, Joan MidkifT, Judy Midkiff, June Kegley, Jeanne Keqley.
HE Girls' Monogram Club is composed oT The girls who have earned our schools
monogram. To be able To wear a "P" is an honor ThaT should noT be underesTimaTed.
IT represenTs a greaT deal oT sacriTice, and service +ha+ has been given To our school. The mem-
bers proudly wear Them, noT only because They parTicipaTed in aThleTics buT also because They
have come Through as good losers as well as good winners.
The oTTicers were: Joan MidlciTT, presidenT7 Mary Frances Askew, vice-presidenT: Carle ShuT-
Tlebarger, se-creTary: and Earle ShuTTlebarger, Treasurer. The sponsor was Miss RuTh Simpson.
The Girls' Monogram has sponsored The Pep Club, The elecTion oT cheer leaders, and The
decoraTlon OT The TooTball Tield. lT has always worlced Tor The beTTermenT oT The school.
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boys' lVlono3rarn - - r
Fira! row: Jimmy Lowrnan, Buddy RaTclifTe.
Second row: Charles Eidnon, Frank Craig, liernard Harriman, Donald Mabry, Buddy Wirr, Buddy Thompson. Alfred Hamilrony
Carl Cavrrress, Bill Krnq.
Third row: Dorm Williams, "Tear Ellis", Owen Alley, Dean Tesrer, Bob King, Donald Somhern, T, J, Duncan, and Coach
Fourfh row: Bob Blankenship, Donald Phibbs, Doug Wheeling, Marlf Ferguson. Dean Carper, Raymond Swain, Vernon Hughes,
and David SCOTT.
No? shown: Jon Helvey, Par SurraT, Ofis Quesenberry, John Owens, and STanley Srnifh.
7 l"lE Boys' Monogram Club is a group oT energeTic and hardworking boys under The
leadership oT J. Ward Long as sponsor. These boys have been very acTive in school
aTTairs This year. During The year, The boys Tool: in new members who had won leTTers in some
school soorT. They again iniTiaTed The new members in a hilarious buT rugged Tashion.
Their oTTicers were: Joe l-lelvey, presidenT: Buddy RaTcliTT, vice-presidenT: Jimmy Lowman,
secreTary and Treasurer: and "Toar" Ellis. STudenT Council represenTaTive.
Much favorable commenT was made by The basl:eTball Tans when The Monogram boys
ushered aT The games. They also sold candy during The games.
The members TelT ThaT someThing should be done To sTop The dangerous snowballing and
ThaT someThing should be done To Talce beTTer care oT The boys' resT room. They goT behind a
campaign To improve These condiTions. They should be congraTulaTed Tor acTively sTarTing and sup-
porTing The campaign.
The clubls members boughT orange Monogram sweaTers This year. The club honored The
senior members by helping pay Tor The sweaTers. Gold TooTballs were presenTed To The senior
members of The club. IT has been wiThouT doubT, one oT The mosT successTul years in The clubis
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Cl'l22I' l.2c3Cl6fS - - -
Firsl row: wwf-ll Div! im lvi- CVM", Marv Bull- Ywlwn.
Second row: JJ, M will My, Ffxyiiii Ag,-ww Jiian Jwnl ii lv viii VV liii' ,
3- lN snappy orange and blaclc unilorrns The seven enlhusiaslic cheer leaders displayed lhal
pe-p and yifalily whiCl'1belongslO such a group.
Early in lhfr year seven capable and spiriled leaders lo fondufl fheers al our alhlelir eyenls
were melecled by The enlire slude-nl body. The sludenrs chose Mary Frances Askew and Fonda
William'. from lhe Senior class: Jean Jenlcins and Judy Midlcill from lhe Junior Cla -ylx 1 Mary Belle
Yellon and Caynell Davidson from The Sophomore classy and lris Carper from lhe Freshrnan class.
June Kegley and Mildred Davidson, who were also selecled, were unable lo conlinue wilh lhe
Cheer Leaders lhroughour lhe year.
Mini, Mary Karherine Groom and Miss Mafrne McCoy were sponsors ol lhis group during
loolball and baslcelball 'reasons respefliyely.
Lead in lhe yells by dynannic Judy wlidkilf, regardless ol wealher, lhis energelif group was
one ol The high lighls ol every garne. They wer: always presenl lo be sure lhal everyone was gay,
and lhal they lell happy buf hoarse lrorn yelling.
May this same spiril Qonfinue lo reign lhrbughoul 'rhe Coming years.
r l1l'fV lui'
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