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The Girls’ Monogram Club is composed of thirteen lettermen who have worked hard to earn their school monogram. After decorating the football field and selling at the concession stand, the girls received monogram sweaters, which they wear proudly. The purpose of this club is to maintain and extend better sportsmanship throughout the school. The officers were: Barbara Manning, president; Bonnie Grubb, vice-president; and Mary Ann Young, secretary and treasurer. The sponsors were Miss Griffith and Miss Lockhart. Girls’ Monogram Club Clockwise: Bonnie Grubb, Mary Ann Young, Ann Carolyn Hale, Shirley Davidson, Ruth Jackson, Lila Sadler, Jeanne Houston, Nancy Stumpf, Patsy Amburn, Patti Hawkins, Miss Lockhart, Miss Griffith, Joyce Hughes, Barbara Manning, Barbara Warner.
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Boys Monogram Club The Boys’ Monogram Club is a sports-minded group of boys who have leHered in one of the major sports. The purpose of the club is to maintain, uphoid, and promote good sportsmanship, under the leadership of their fine coach, Vic Kreifer. The boys sold candy at the basketball games this year and also bought orange and black sweaters and jackets. The officers were: John Baugh, president; Jack Via, vice-president; Bob Lynch, secretary; and Cecil Haga, treasurer. First row: David Wilson, Elray Hanks, Peter Downey, Jack Via, Duane Williams, Philip Marshall, Gary Whitaker, Charles Tickle, Joe Shinault. Second row: Dicky Wolf, Miller Bushong, Charles Allison, Ralph Smith, Doug Malone, Gene Via, Bobby Butler, Rodney Runion, Billy Musser, Biil Gravely. Third row: Coach Vic Kreiter, Charles Young, Duane Pace, Toni Crowell, Cecil Haga, Ralph Duncan, Bob Lynch, Walter Craig, Douglas Duncan, Doug Burgess and John Baugh. fifty-four
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First row: Patsy Amburn, Peggy Rash, Nancy Stumpf, Mickey Snead, Donald Poore, Jack Pearman, Mrs. Garland. Second row: Jimmy Carden, Kelly Akers, Marilee Nail, Johnny Vaughn, Jeanne Houston, Eleanor Evens, Phyllis Folden, Mary Ann Jennings, Shirley Davidson, Martha Horten, Kalima Sutphin. Third row: Tommy Ouesenberry, Ralph Mitchell, George Rogers, Hensel Turpin, Miller Bushong, Tommy Patton. The purpose of this club is to promote the interest in creative expression of each individual and to increase the knowledge throughout the school and community of great artists and their work. Club officers were president, Donald Poore; vice- president, Mickey Snead; secretary-treasurer, Nancy Stumpf; reporter, Jack Pearman. The purpose of the Freshman Dance Club is to pro- mote good social character throughout the school. The officers of the club are: Judy Owen, president; Janie Aust, vice-president; Becky Stephens, secretary; Janice Hardy, treasurer. Sponsor was Miss Mosely. Freshman Dance Club First row: Patsy Spangler, Judy Owen, Lucy Aust, Duane Musser, Janice Hardy, Becky Stephens, Joan Leason, Patsy Via. Second row: Judy Kingsmore, Patty Hall, Betty Jo Jackson, Elizabeth Lane, Norma Crawford, Emma Hanson, Miss Mosely. Third row: Tamera Slaughter, Nancy Gray, Bobby Owen, Nancy Gemmell, Peggy Hudson, Joyce Childress, Alice Wilson. Fourth row: Vivian Jones, Jean Williams, Francis Williams, Joan Dale, Darlene. Ross, Elizabeth Ann Garland. Fifth row: Jean Davis, Doug Agee, Juanita Underwood, Lydia Jordan, Susan Rice, Sylvia Edwards, Susan Martin, Bobby Umberger.
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