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First row: Nancy !. Parks, Carolyn Perdue, Betty Quesenberry, Bobby Butler. Second row: Ann Stinson, Maxine Thompson, Peggy Rash, Mary Anne Young, Jo Ann Kidd, Mary Anne Jennings, Irene Wallner, Joan Payne, Jane Pratt, Lillian Dalton. Third row: Sandra Harman, Peggy Warden, Patsy Jennings, Ann Covey, Nancy Wright, Eleanor Evens, Patsy Amburn, Betty Shuff, Nella Drucker, Emma Jean Fleeman. Fourth row: Gracie Hill, Joyce Safewright, Susan Garrett, Jo Ann Garrett, Lila Sadler, Jo Ann Lowman, Ann Millirons, Sally Rorrer, Iris Mitchell. Fifth row: Shirley Leftwich, Laverne Abshire, Gail Long, Penelope Dalton, Ann Vaden, Ann Ratcliff, Jeanne Houston, Anna Wallner, Betty Thomas. Sixth row: Miller Bushong, Jack Pearman, Bob Lynch, Toni Crowell, Freddie Schmidt, Johnny Rice, Carl Armbrister, Gary Whitaker, M. B. Perfater, Duane Pace, Tommy Moyers. Seventh row: E. K. Williams, J. R. Schrader, Maurice Brown, Harold Beamer, Mason Vaughan, Jack Holt, Ranny Russell, Randall Profitt, Buddy King, Lewis Smith, Elray Hanks. The purpose of the Latin Club is to promote a better understanding of Roman life and their contribution to modern society. Membership is honored only if the member is taking Latin or has taken Latin. The officers of the club are: Bobby Butler, president: Betty Quesen- berry, vice-president: Nancy Parks, treasurer; Carolyn Perdue, secretary; Mary Anne Young, chaplain. The sponsor is Mrs. Robertson. Club The purpose of the French Club is to instill in others a desire to learn the French language and to appreciate French culture. This year the French Club sponsored a series of radio programs for American Education Week. The membership is limited to those currently taking French and all who have completed one year of French. The club is led by Penelope Dalton, president; Lila Sadler, vice-presi- dent; Delphia Rigney, treasurer; Mae K. Spence, secretary; Carolyn Perdue, chaplain. Mrs. Charles Bird is the club’s sponsor. First row: Bobby Brown, Carolyn Perdue, Lila Sadler, Penelope Dalton, Mae Spence, Delphia Rigney, Mrs. Bird. Second row: Zack Black, Patsy Amburn, Nancy Hurst, Ruth Jackson, Jo Ann Garrett, Charlotte Quesenberry. Third row: Duane Pace, Toni Crowell, Ralph Hall, Don Nance, John Baugh, Wayne Black, Tommy Perdue. French Club
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I f 1 VaJtBP of 1 wt WS L « rm Ai x jr j m j k IWWII 1 s nj f . mT L Lg j f i ' • j v 4 u-Jyis i iTT’ jjiR| 1.1 £ L V Hti , • : ■ First row: Eleanor Evens, Pay Ratcliff, Penelope Dalton, Joan Payne, Patty Hawkins. Second row: Carl Armbrister, Iris Mitchell, Lucille Collins, Nancy Parks, Barbara Haley, Ann Stinson, Grace Hill, Susan Garrett, Mildred Turner, Marlene Earle, Ann Millirons, Beatrice Mooney. Betty Quesenberry, Jo Ann Lowman, Paul Lefew, Pearl Jane Pendleton, sponsor. Library Club Dreams, books, are each a world; and books, we know, Are a substantial world, both pure and good. Round these, with tendrils strong as flesh and blood, Our pastime and our happiness will grow. The Library Club meets the second Wednesday of each month with Miss Pendleton as sponsor. Its purposes is to promote a greater interest in reading and to help gain a better library service throughout the entire school. Pattie Hawkins, president; Penelope Dalton, vice-president; Joan Payne, secretary; Eleanor Evens, treasurer; and Car! Armbrister, reporter, " El Club Espanol " El Club Espanol " helps students to understand and learn about Spanish speaking people around the world. It also creates an enthusiasm for the Spanish language among students. This year ' s officers were: Carolyn Shinault, president; Louise Harrell, vice-president; Janice Horsley, secretary; Rodney Runyon, treasurer; and Ralph Duncan, reporter. Miss Wilson is the sponsor. First row: Janice Horsley, secretary; Carolyn Shinault, president; Louise Harrell, vice-president; Ralph Duncan, reporter. Second row: Faye Nail, Anne Lemons, Joretta Jones Jo Ann Ballinger, Jeanne Houston, Nancy Stumpf, Nancy Childress, Nancy Parks, Wanda Alley, Rosa Conner, June Alley. Third row: Betty Joyner, Nicki Clark, Elizabeth Pike, Becki Combs, Lorraine Davidson, Delberta Evans, Olivia Reece. Fourth row: David Jonas, Tommy Farmer, A. B. Cox, David Thornton, Bobby Owens, Johnny Houston, Draper Poore, Jimmy Slate, Dick Nichols. Fitth row: Earnest Hurst, Donald Swain, Jack Pearman, Toni Crowell, Binkey Huff, Hoyt Smythers, Curtis Meredith, Doug Farmer, Miss Wilson, sponsor.
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Senior Girls’ Club The purpose of the Senior Girls ' Club is to promote a better relationship with the students both morally and socially. The officers are: Lucille C. Burse, president; Donna Jo Saunders, vice-president; Ann Padgett, secretary; Iris Mitchell, treasurer; and Mrs. G. T. Jordan replaced Mrs. Mary Greer as sponsor. First row: Iris Mitchell, Lucille Burse, Ann Padgett. Second row: Mrs. Greer, Peggy Mannings, Joan Payne, Irene Wallner, Jane Pratt, Mary Ann Jennings. Third row: Ruth Eanes, Barbara Manning, Patsy Amburn, Margaret Gosnell, Eleanor Evens. Fourth row: Marie Leftwich, Patty Hawkins, Elizabeth Pike, Jackie Roseberry, Bonnie Harrell. Fifth row: Shirley Smith, Becki Combs, Jeane Sutphin, Madelyn Stuart, Barbara Warner. Sixth row: Shirley Davidson, Marlene Burchett, Betty Pamplin, Fay Ratcliffe, Nancy Williams.
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