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Pep Club First row: Second row: Third row: On ladder: Dorothy Brown, Jean Lineberry, Dawn Huff, Martha Jane Kegley, Bobbie Jean Linkous, Mary Lou Meade, Ruth Swaim, Sara Gregory. Iris Carper, Ruth Jackson, Ollie Lee Landis, Jean Snyder, Betty Umberger, Sally Hall, Janie King, Shirley Albert, Barbara Manning. Priscilla Downey, Louise Humphrey, Katherine Allison, Helen Burton. Ezma Lea King, Joan Ashley, Jerry Pace. Alice Burchett Doris Burchett. 44 ' U r|VE US A YELL has been the theme of the Pep Club members this year as this group of loyal and enthusiastic girls helped to make a success of all sports events, out of town as well as at home. The Pep Club is an off-spring of the Girls ' Monogram Club, with the backing of the student body, and has really put pep into our cheering section. There was no limit to their energy and no task too difficult for them as they busily gathered boxes for bonfires and decorated for dances before the games. The club was also responsible for the football programs which were sold by members before the game. The officers for the year were: Ezma Lea King, president; Doris Burchett, vice- president; Alice Bu rchett, secretary; Jean Lineberry, treasurer; and Barbara Manning, reporter. Mrs. Charles P. Kegley, Jr., sponsor, replaced by Miss Nancy George. fifty-one
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Melody Glee Club First row Second row: Third row: Beatrice Mooney, Barbara Quesenberry, Dariene Via, Gaynell Sutphin, Bonnie Harrell, Betty Brown. Nellie Donithan, Doris Holston, Alma Phibbs, Evelyn Ward, Margaret Ann Lewis, Bodeane Stammers, Shirley Lucas. Doris Lee Mooney, Wilma Holston, Marga r et Gosnell. Bonnie Hall, Sue Rorrer, Shirley Stilwell. good Lewis. y HE MELODY GLEE CLUB was organized in 1949 and now has thirty members. The purpose of this club is to sing and learn to appreciate music. The director is Mr. James H. Godfrey: accompanist, Margaret Ann The officers are: Evelyn Ward, president; Bodeane Stammers, vice-president; Margaret Ann Lewis, secretary and treasurer; and Alma Phibbs, librarian.
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Boys Monogram Club v: f V. V First row: Tommy Mabe, Bill Mjsser, Russell Slaydon, Doug Farmer, Jimmy Mabry, Clinton Owens, Doug Malone, Harry Morehead, Sam Downey, Jack Duncan. Second row: Tommy Snead, Sam Morris, Elray Hanks, John Thrasher, Doug Smith, Bobby Ellis, Carroll Cardin, William Leftwich, Leroy Richardson, Carl Hughett. Third row: Tommy Andrews, Joe Newman, Leroy Waddell, Doug Linkous, Jack Mabry, Gene Nunn, Bill Scott, Joe Collins, Bill Woods, Duane Williams, Jerry Pace. fHE BOYS MONOGRAM CLUB is a sports-minded group of boys who have lettered in one of the major sports. The purpose of the club is to maintain, uphold and promote good sportsmanship, under the leadership of their fine coach, Vic Kreiter. The boys took in new members after the football season, by initiating them in a gay, but rugged manner. The Monogram members sold candy at the basketball games and as a project had squad pictures made to be put up in the gym. They ordered orange and black jackets and sweaters. The officers were: Jim Mabry, president; Gene Nunn, vice-president: and Bill Lester, secretary and treasurer. fifty-two
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