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girls monogram club First row: Janie King, Iris Rash, Alice Burchett. Second row: Shirley Davidson, Janette Quesenberry, Carol Shufflebarger, Jackie Richardson, Barbara Manning, Anne Whisman, Rebecca Fizer. Third row: Bonnie Hall, Betty Beamer, Lila Sadler, Bonnie Grubb. Ellen Kate Bruce, Ruth Jackson, Dawn Huff, Louise Humphrey, Betty Lovern, Carolyn Hale, Naomi Quesenberry. This club is composed of twenty-one members, all of whom have worked hard to have the honor of wearing the school monogram. This letter is worn with pride and shows the service they have given throughout the school. These girls worked hard during foo+ball season decorating the park and working at the concession stand. Initiation is held for new members following basketball season. The officers were: Jackie Richardson, president; Carol Shuffle- barger, vice-president; Anne Whisman, secretary; Barbara Manning, treasurer. The sponsors were Miss Geraldine Lockhart and Miss Bessie Griffith. fifty-tour
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monogram club First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Jack Duncan, Carl Hughett, Doug Farmer. Duane Pace, Elray Hanks, Carroll Cardin, Tommy Mabe, Clinton Ray Owens, Jack Mabry, Doug Malone. Ralph Duncan, Bob Lynch, Bill Gravely, Cecil Haga, Joe Newman, Doug Smith, Doug Linkous, C. L. Young, Charles Tickle, Rodney Runion, Harry Morehead, Charles Allison, L. B. Foster. Mr. Krieter, Ralph Smith, Bobby Ellis, Bill Woods, Phillip Marshall, Jack Via, George Cruff, Frank Bixler, John Baugh, Gene Via, Bill Musser, Russell Slaydon. The Boys ' Monogram Club is composed of boys who have earned let- ters in one of the major sports. These boys order jackets and sweaters each year. The officers are: Carl Hughett, president; Doug Farmer, vice-presi- dent; Jack Duncan, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Kreiter is the sponsor. fifty-three
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freshman dance club First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Fifth row: Sixth row: Seventh row: Eighth row: Jenny Lou Hughes, Dorothy Puckett, Emma Jean Fleeman, Eula Moore, Jerry Whitt, Betty Thomas, Ann Vaden, Shirley Yelton, Phyllis Cox. Janice Horsely, Laura Miller, Anna Wallner, Faye Moore, Shirley Hall, Mary Ann Hilton, Mary Alice Ashmore, Mary Louise Murphy, Jean West, Ca ol Weddle, Shirley Leftwich. Betty Shuff, Mary Jane Harriman, Charlotte Quesenberry, Jean Gregory, Ellen Cole, Shirley Brown, Sue Sergent, Lorena Davidson, June Alley. Jo Ann Ballinger, Susan Garrett, Anne Lemons, Ernestine Simms, Ramona Hanley, Ivy Jean Hall, Janet McDaniel, Martha Jane Horton, Carolyn F ' ette. Nella Drucker, Coleen Hall, Graham Gregory, Nicky Clark, Carolyn Creiger, Betty Otey, Lois Hyatt, Martha Quesenberry, Buddy King. Miss Wilson, Mason Vaughn, Donald Hawkins, Randall Profitt, Mary Graveley, Barbara Leypoldt, Jenny Lou Brown, Fred Clark. Tommy Conner, Eugene Phelps, Gene French, Ann Ratcliffe, Carolyn Farmer, Barbara Kegley, Laverne Abshire, Mary Thomson, Wanda Alley, Curtis Morris. Jack Wheatly, Billy Dunagan, Ronald Moore, Billy Catron, Olivia Reece. The purpose of the Freshman Dance Club is to promote good social character throughout the school. The officers of the club are: Emma Jean Fleeman, president; Jerry Whitt, v!ce : president; Betty Thomas, sec- retary; Curtis Morris, treasure; - . fifty-five
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