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pulaski high school chorus First row: Mr. Godfrey, Director, Sandra Harmon, Barbara Haley, Hilda Rigney, Ann Carolyn Hale, Barbara Warner, Ruth Ann Goad, Sandra Whitaker, Margaret Gosnell, Peggy Jenkins, Ann Millirons, Nancy Wright, Mary Helen Brown. Second row: Pauline Havens, Elizabeth Cummings, Shirley Horton, Ramona Kanode, Doris Davis, Bonnie Hall, Mary Jane Moore, Charlotte Gemmell, Naomi Quesenberry, Kathleen Hawkins, Patsy Jennings, Wallace Sutphin. Third row: Ralph Turner, Frank Bixler, Bill Gravely, Jack Duncan, Leroy Richardson, Don Poore Bob Welch, Richard Dutton, Carlyle Scott, William Warden, Wayne King. The Pulaski High School Chorus, under the capable direction of Mr. James H. Godfrey, has grown to an enthusiastic membership of forty-four mem- bers. The chorus sang ' for the Youth Calling Conference early in the year. It was one of the few choruses in the State to present Handel’s Messiah. Six delegates were sent to All Sectional Chorus in Lynchburg. They have partici- pated in the District Festival in Bluefield and also in the County Choral Festival. A Spring Concert was presented and the singing of the chorus for Commence- ment made the closing of a successful year. Officers this year were: Mary Helen Brown, president; Charlotte Gem- mell, vice-president; Jack Duncan, secretary-treasurer; Wayne King, reporter. fi ty-one
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pulaski high school band The Pulaski High School Band now consists of fifty-nine members and is one of the most ac+ive organizations in the school. Its purpose is to create in our schools and community a cultural consciousness of music. The band, under the superior baton of Mr. James H. Godfrey, performed various maneuvers at all football games, with the exception First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Bonnie Grubb, Gene French, Harold Beamer, Iris Mitchell, Darleen Musser, Randall Proffitt, Jerry Whitt, Mason Vaughan, Harry Height, Louise Humphrey. Ellen Kate Bruce, Douglas Hanson, Jo Ann Kidd, Ann Chumbley, Tommy Moyers, David Jones, Martha Cox, Wanda Alley, Doris Davis, Johnny Houston, Ruth Ann Dalton, Ann Carolyn Hale. Ann Whisman, Carol Shuff lebarger, Freddy Cummings, David Jones, Carlyle Scott, Freddie Carrico, Maurice Brown, A. B. Cox, Fred Clark, Nancy King, Duane Musser, Olivia Reese, Jimmy Harrell, Mildred Stoots, V. H. Linkous, Jackie Huddle, Sh ' rley Davidson. Ralph Newman, Carol Lee Lester, Mary Anne Jennings. E. K. Williams, Gayle Long, Larry Pierce, Jack Cannaday, Dennis Grubb, Gloria Ware, Roy Hall, Marie Lettwich. of Pearisburg. It also participated in many other school events, such as bonfires, parades, assem- blies and the District VI Music Festival held in Bluefield, West Virginia. The band rendered sev- eral enjoyable concerts for the community throughout the year. Off icers for the year were: Ruth Ann Dalton, president; David Jones, vice-president; Ma- rie Leftwich, secretary-treasurer; Carlyle Scott, reporter; Mildred Stoots, Gayle Long and Gene French, librarians; Mary Anne Jennings and Tommy Farmer, uniform custodians; Carol Lee Lester, A. B. Cox and Freddy Cummings, members-at-large; Freddy Cummings was student director. Majorettes were: Carol Shufflebarger, Ellen Kate Bruce, Ann Whisman, Louise Humphrey, Bonnie G rubb, Ann Carolyn Hale, and Shirley Davidson. Rex French was drum major. fifty
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First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Janie King, Mr. Jack Gillard, Helen Burton, Miss George, Euna Rose Powers, Mr. Jack Miller. Barbara Warner, Alice Burchett, Louise Humphrey, Wanda Patton, Joretta Jones, Mickey Huff. Bobbie Jean Linkous, Patsy Amburn, Dawn Huff, Barbara Manning, Nancy Parks, Joyce Wolf. June Brown, Iris Rash, Ruth Jackson, Bunny Downey, Ann Millirons, Anna Wallner. " V-l-C-T-O-R-Y " was the theme and war cry of the Pep Club this year as this group of happy and loyal girls helped to make this year of sports a great one. The purpose of the Pep Club is to promote good sportsmanship throughout the school. The duties of this club are many. Some of them are being responsible for all bonfires, gathering boxes for the bonfires, decorating for dances held after the ball games, selling programs at the ball games and cheering their teams on to victory. ' Also the club sponsored the annual Spring Carnival. Officers this year were: Alice Burchett, president; Iris Rash, vice-pres- ident; Barbara Warner, secretary; Janie King, treasurer; and Euna Rose Pow- ers, reporter. Miss Nancy George, Mr. Jack Miller and Mr. Jack Gillard were the sponsors. fifty-two
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