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F. H. A. The Future Homemakers of America is an active club in our school. The club activities this year were the entertaining of the Giles. Montgomery, and Pulaski County Federation, a fashion show, and a bake sale. The club sponsor is Mrs. James W. Boyd. The officers are Jeane Sutphin, president; Fay Ratcliffe, vice-president; Wilma Holston, secretary; Nancy Willi ams, treasurer; and Ruth Eanes, reporter. mam f f . ' JTT n 1 r h | L ■ Jv r s JM ,w am First row: Ruth Eanes, Jeane Sutphin, Wilma Holston, Fay Ratcliffe, Nancy Williams, Mrs. Boyd. Second row: Iris Mitchell, Elizabeth Cummings, Norma Farley, Stella Church, Mary Turner, Bonnie Harrell, Jackie Roseberry, Delores Smythers, Carolyn Creger, Vera Shelor, Phyllis Cox, Janice McDaniel, Lois Nelson. Third row: Maxine Thompson, Jo Ann Lowman, Ann Padgett, Marlene Burchett, Shirley Smith, Shirley Yelton, Pattie Hawkins, Madelyn Stuart, Nancy Hursl, Bertha Kanode, Gracie Hill, Martha Quesenberry, Mary Anne Hylton. Fourth row: Lillian Dalton, Nancy Powers, Frankie Gibbs, Mildred Turner, Ann Elaine Lemons, Rosetta Thompson, Peggy Jenkins, Peggy Mannings, Becki Combs, Jenny Lou Brown, Sandra Whitaker, Joyce Wolfe, Joretta Jones, Lois White, Marie Spangler. forty-six
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The Student Council is the governing body of our school and helps to direct student activities. The student body is represented by presidents of all the classes and various clubs. Marlene Burchett, president, and Toni Crowell, vice-president, were elected by the student body. The council elected Barbara Warner, secre- tary, and Ruth Jackson, treasurer. Mrs. J. C. Totten was chosen as sponsor. This year the council sponsored the following activities: planned Homecoming Parade, tuned piano, bought speaker for P. A. System, bought two records per month, arranged religious assemblies, took Thanks- giving gifts to Fairview Home for the Aged, raised $200 for March of Dimes, donated 76 Christmas baskets for the needy, sponsored a candidate in the Beauty Contest, sponsored a campaign for the cleaner restrooms, financed bulletin board materials, posted signs and announcements for co- operation in keeping the cafeteria orderly, requested a list of objectives and activities from each club, sponsored Valentine Booth, sponsored annual Talent Show, tape recorded Homecoming Pep Rally and radio program, Spring Clean-Up campaign and a picnic at the end of the year. The success of these projects has proved both beneficial and profit- able and has been brought about by the splendid cooperation of the student body and faculty. Student Council First row: Mary Anne Jennings, Mrs. Bessie Totten, sponsor, Barbara Ann Warner, Marlene Burchett Toni Crowell, Ruth Jackson, Eleanor Evens, Lucille Collins, Mary Anne Young. Second row: Jean Sutphin, Patsy Amburn, Barbara Manning, Shirley Davidson, Carolyn Shinault, Patti Hawkins, Janice Horsley. Third row: Phil Marshall, Bobby Butler Penelope Dalton, John Baugh, Bill Musser, Charles Allison Don Poore. forty- five
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The Girls ' Athletic Association is composed of 60 members. This club, being organized only this year, is striving to promote a more healthful sports- manship and school spirit in the minds of our students. The club purchased sweaters with their insigna and pins this year. The officers were: Shirley Davidson, president; Joyce Hughes, vice-president; Joretta Jones, secretary; Peggy Rash, treasurer. The sponsor is Mrs. Goldsmith, our Physical Education Director. This club is a branch of the National G.A.A. First row: Shirley Smith, Marie Leftwich, Jane Pratt, Ruth Eanes, Joyce Hughes, Peggy Rash, Shirley Davidson, Joretta Jones, Marlene Burchett, Becki Combs, Lucille Collins Burse, betty Pamplin, Eleanor Evens. Second row: Bonnie Grubb, Doris Davis, Shirley Craig, Mildred Turner, Beatrice Mooney, Mary Anne Jennings, Joan Payne, Irene Wallner, Patsy Amburn, Barbara Manning, Ann Padgett, Shirley Bowyer, Jean Sutphin. Third row: Nancy Stumpf, Carolyn Shinault, Louise Harrell, Carolyn Hale, Lois Smith, Darlene Musser, Carol Jean Houston, Elizabeth Cummings, Audrey Dauernheim, Beverly Pierce, Nancy Parks, Mickey Huff, Jo Ann Lowman. Ann Millirons, Nancy Childress, Carolyn Perdue. Fourth row: Miss Goldsmith, Shirley Leftwich, Jenny Lou Brown, Martha Horton, Janice Horsley, Joyce Wolfe, Betty Thomas, Laverne Abshire, Melita Stillwell, Thelma Akers, Bettie Shuff, Barbara Basset. forty-seven o
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