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BeHy Jo Jennings, Joan Ahley, Davis Mala: Jeah Jfnkins, Ckaynell D.3xid,on, Franves R.1?:'liTTe, Allie Burfhe-H.
TZ!FA TEAM LETS GO!"
ThTs year The cheerleaders were chosen by The TaCulTy and a group oT sTudenTs Trom The
diTTerenT classes. They were Jean Jenkins, Doris lvlabe and BeTTy Jo Jennings Trom The Senior
Classg Gaynell Davidson and Franny RaTcliTTe Trom The Junior Class: Joan Ashley Trom The
Sophomore and lasT louT noT leasT, Alice BurcheTTe Trom The Freshman Class.
Mrs. "Pinky" Kegley was The Sponsor Tor The second year and really helped The cheer-
leaders in every way.
Led by The head cheerleader, Jean Jenkins, This group was aT all The games yelling
unTil They were hoarse, buT aT all Times They were gay, lively and never sTopped yelling. They
Tormed leTTers This year Tor The various yells.
Their Mascol, Mary Thomas, did her parT aT The TooTball games. They were always
There backing Their Team,
"Keep The school spiriT going," says The Cheerleaders.
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Firsi row: Palsy Hsl1er,VV.mda Wl1ile,June Morris, June Hull.
Second row: Mary Draper Hall, Geraldine Robe-rl-ion, lon.: Bowl Miss Pr-ml Pi-ndli-lon, 'pr-ns-or' Crystal Smllord, Nancy
Kidd, Maiqaiffl Ross, Jam Ann Ballard.
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HE purpose ol lhe Library Club, which was reorganized lhis year, is lo promole a
wider inleresl among lhe sludenls in lhe use ol boolcs, lo slimulale reading inleresl
and lo improve library service in lhe school.
The ollicers ol lhe club, sponsored by lvliss Pendlelon, librarian, are June l-lull, presidenlg
Wanda While, vice-presidenlg June Morris, secrelaryg Keilh Ryan, social chairmanj and Palsy
The members are chosen lor lheir inilialive, love ol good boolcs regard lor responsi
bilily, dependabilily and good cilizenship. They musl malce al leasl a average in lheir
The sludenl librarians, as lhey are called, have assisled in shelving boolcs, malcing and
pulling up poslers, charging, slipping, and in lhe absence ol lhe librarian, have lalcen lhe re-
sponsibilily ol lhe library.
During "Book Weelc' lhe club sponsored a program al which Mrs. Warren Knapp was
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Boys, lVlono9rarn . . .
Kneeling: Dean Tesfer, secrefaryelreasurerg Buddy Wirl, presidenl. .-
Firsf row: Baden Slammers, Ray Swain, Porfer Downey, Doug Divers, Vernon Hughes, Harlund Gregory, George Bauqh.
Second row: Fred Gregory, Basil Alberf, Bill King, Don Mabry, Ivan Powers, Mark Ferguson, Fred Newman, Al Hamilfon.
Third row: Doug Ng1'11In,L Dpuq BraTTon, Russell Slaydon, Warren Lullrell, Sonny Lesfer, Ezra Ouesenberry, French Ellis,
r es er.
Fourfh row: Dean Carper, Donald Phibbs, Bobby Dunagan, Jack Minnick, Owen Alley, Frank Quefenberry, Coarh Vic Kreiler,
HE BOYS' MONOGRAM CLUB is a group of energe-Tic: boys who won leTTers in one
of The maior sporfs. The boys have been acTive in school affairs This year under The
leadership of Vic KreiTer. During The years The boys Took in new members by iniTiaTing Them
in a hilarious buT rugged fashion.
Their officers were: Buddy WirT, president Bernard l-larriman, vice-presidenfy and Dean
Tesfer, secrefary and Treasurer.
Much favorable commenT was made by The baskeTball fans when The Monogram boys
sold candy aT The games.
The Club members boughf orange and black Monogram sweaTers again This year.
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