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Page 55 text:
First row: Johnny Houston, Wanda Alley, Martha Coy, Doris Davis, Doug Hansen, Jo Ann Kidd, Betty Jo Jackson, Iris Mitchell Ann Stimson, Gene French. Second row: Micky Albert, Kenny Riggles, Don McKinney, Tommy Moyers, David Jonas, Bobby Umberger, Jack Huddle, V. H. Linkous, Nancy Gemmel, Elaine Sherman, Harry Height. Third row: A. B. Cox, Fred Clark, Maurice Brown Nancy King, Duane Musser, Morris Brown, Jerry Rockwell, Bobby Vaughn, Darleen Musser, Mason Vaughn, Emma Hansen, Jackie Turner, Jerry Whitt. Fourth Row: Marie Leftwich, Jack Cannadav, Gayle Long, Ernest Hurst, Alice Wilson, Jimmy Harrell, Olivia Reese, Juanita Underwood, Winifred Pierce, E K. Williams, Charles Byrd. Fifth row: Larry Pierce, Roy Hall, Charlie Riggs, Dennis Grubb, Jane Pratt, Norma Crawford. The Pulaski High School Band, for its seventh con- secutive year under the direction of Mr. James H. Godfrey, has continued to add zest to our school activities. The purpose of fhe band is to create an interest in the minds of our schools and community, the conscious- ness of music. The band has performed various eye-catching ma- neuvers at all district football games, attended the Shriner ' s Day at Roanoke, The Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester and held Spring Concert at Strausburg, Vir- ginia. They also participated at Bristol for Bristol Band Day and attended District VI Band and Music Festival at Wytheville, Virginia. The band is composed of 57 mem- bers. The officers are: A. B. Cox, president; David Thor- ton, secretary-treasurer; Gene French, Jerry Whitt, Ann Stensen, librarians; Gayle Long, E. K. Williams, uniform custodians; Tommy Farmer, reporter; Marie Leftwich, student director; Johnny Houston, David Jonas, Martha Cox, members-at-large. Truly the band has added much exuberance to all of our school activities. Pulaski High School Band fifty -one
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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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Pulaski High School Chorus The Pulaski High School Chorus, under the leadership of James H. Godfrey, has contribu+ed much to the music life of our school this year. The chorus is made up of fifty-one voices. Its pur- pose is to create a greater interest in music throughout the school and community. The chorus gave a number of programs in the schools and churches of the community. It also se nt delegates to the All Sectional Chorus in Martinsville and participated in the District Chorus Festival in Wytheville. Officers this year were: Barbara Ann Warner, presi- dent; Ann Millirons, secretary; Sandra Harman, treasurer; Patsy Jennings, reporter; and Elizabeth Cummings, student director. Ffrst row: Sandra Harman, Nancy Riggins, Ruth Eanes, Barbara Warner, Ann Stinson, Susan Garrett, Marie Leftwich, Ann Millirons, Jean Sutphin. Second row: Mr. Godfrey, Jean Dalton, Margaret Gosnell, Della Shull, Barbara Bassett, Elizabeth Cummings, Carolyn Farmer, Shirley Hall, Ula Moore, Betty Quesenberry, Hilda Rigney. Third row: Douglas Duncan, Donald Nance, Ellen Cole, Vida Wright, Nancy Kidd, Doris Davis, Ramona Kanode, Shirley Smith, Bonnie Harrell, Barbara Kegley, Ralph Turner, Patsy Jennings. Fourth row: Bill Gravely, Bob Hall, Donald Poore, Billy Catron, Charles Allison, Draper Poore, Wayne Black, Wayne King. fifty-two
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