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i First row. Nancy C. Parks, Frances Harvey, Charlotte Quesenberry, Ann Millirons, Darleen Musser, Barbara Bassett, Janice Horsley, Joan Leeson, Alice Wilson, Betty Thomas, Sandra Whitaker. Second row: JoAnn Lov man, Euna Rose Powers, Carolyn Shinault, Carolyn Hale, Nancy Stumpf, Iris Long, Anna Wallner, Betty Shuff , Eva Pappas, Norma Crawford, Janice Hardy, Janie Aust. Third row: Carolyn Fette, Doris Davis, Nancy Powers, LaVerne Abshire, Melita Stilwell, Verl Ann Owens, Ann Taylor, Roberta Gregor, Martha Slate, Barbara Stevens, Carolyn Taylor. Fourth row: Judy Owens, Ernestine Sims, Thelma Akers, Jackie Sergeant, Jean Williams, Carolyn Perdue, Penelope Dalton, Lila Sadler, Barbara Freeman, Carol Rankins, Emily Folden. Fifth row: Becky Stevens, Gaye Ouesenberry. Mona Morris Jo Banner, Patricia Hudson Ruth Seag le, June Smith, Linda Jennings, Betsy Gilmer, Ann Jackson. Sixth row: Roxanna Stoots, Tamara Slaughter, Margaret Leeson, Coleen Vaughan, Janie Brickey, Martha Quesen- berry, Nancy Hurst, Elizabeth Cummings, Betty Jo Clark, Shirley Horton, Lillian Dalton. % The Girls ' Athletic Association is composed of members who strive to promote a more healthful sportsmanship and school spirit among the students. The member- ship is open to all high school girls who participate in the club activities. The officers are: Barbara Bassett, president; Darleen Musser, vice-president; Janice Horsley, secretary; Ann Millirons, treasurer. The sponsor is Mrs. Goldsmith, our Physical Education Director. This club is a branch of the National G.A.A. fifty-six
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First row: Marie Spangler, Chaplain; Gaye Quesenberry, Historian; Nancy Hurst, Treasurer; Maxine Thompson, President; Joretta Jones, Secretary; Lois White, Vice-President; Norma Sizemore, Parliamentarian; Mrs. Lee A. Boyd, Sponsor. Second row: Jane Chinault, Thelma Jean Akers, Jeanne Biggs, Tamara Slaughter, Jo Ann Lowman, Faye Lyons, Vivian Jones, Roxana Stoots, Nellie Wright, Doris Horton, Norma Farley, Lillian Dalton. Third row: Ruth Dalton, Jane Johnston, Mary Alderman, Elizabeth Garland, Sandra Whitaker, Carolyn Fette, Jean Shaffer, Martha Quesenberry, Nella Drucker, Janie Brickey, Carol Creger, Jean Tolliver, Jewell Williams, Helen M. Dent, Irene Richardson, Mary Lou Hufford, Sandra Ratcliff, Barbara Mays, Evelyn Matherly, Virgie Banes, Lois Nelson, Peggy Firebaugh, Shirley Horton. Fourth row: Elizabeth Cummings, Ann Lemons, Audrey Reaves, Becky Stephens, Ellen Haga, Roberta Pauley, Betty Quesenberry, Janice Horsley, Freda Necuvander, Doris Bordwine, Alva Gregory, Elizabeth Mays, Elizabeth Sergent, Judy Owen, Joyce Covey, Betty Thomas. The Future Homemakers of America is the national organization of pupils studying homemaking in high school. The purposes are: ing, to emphasize the and community life, to group recreation and To promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemak- importance of worthy home membership, to encourage democracy in home work for good home and family life, to promote wholesome individual and to further interest in home economics. During the school year Banquet. 1953-54 the F.H.A. has sponsored two dances and a Mother-Daughter fifty-five
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First row: Penelope Dalton, Ann Taylor, Err.ma Jean Fleeman, Peggy King, Ann Millirons. Second row: Nella Drucker, Charlotte Quesenberry, K l e I ita Stilwell, Martha Quesenberry. Third row: Ann Stinson, Betty Quesenberry, Carl Armbrister, Nancy I. Parks, Jo Ann Lowman. “My best friend,’’ Abraham Lincoln once told his cousin, Charles Lang, “is a man ivho can give me a book I ain’t read.’’ The Library Club is established to create an interest in the school library and encourage working in the library among the entire student body. Besides other projects, the club promoted Book Week " in the school. The sponsor is Miss Pendleton. Co-sponsor is Mrs. Hathaway. Officers this year are: Grace Hill, president; Ann Millirons, vice-president; Betty Sue Quesenberry, secretary; Penelope Dalton, treasurer; and Jo Ann Lowman, reporter. " El Club Espanol " is composed of students who have taken or who are taking Spanish. Its purpose is to create an enthusiasm for the Spanish language and to help students to understand and learn more about Spanish speaking people around the world. Club officers are Bobby Owens, president; Nancy Stumpf, vice-president; Jo Ann Ballinger, secretary; Joretta Jones, treasurer; and Miss Evelyn Wilson, sponsor. First row: Virgie 3ane, Carolyn Shinault, Tommy Farmer, Olivia Reese, Nancy Childress, Roy Hall, Jimmy Slate, Binky Huff, Deasy Harrell, Joretta Jones, Rosa Lee Conner. Second row: Johnny Houston, Jackie Kanode, Glenna Conner, Faye Nail, Tamara Slaughter, Tex Boggs, Nancy Stumpf, Verl Ann Owens, David Jonas, Bobby Owens, June Alley. Third row: Sue Spencer, Bugs Tickle, A. J. Smith, Donnie Swain, Rodney Runyon, Raymond Mabry, Hoyt Smithers Donnie Holliday, Gay Nell Atkins, Jo Ann Ballinger, Grace Hill. Fourth row: Janice Horsley, Butch Patton, Guy Bishop, Agnes Clark, Ernest Hurst, Jean McDaniel, Sue Davis, Alva Gregory, Jeanne Houston, Nancy I. Parks, Lorena Davidson. Fifth row: Elizabeth Garland, Nicki Clark, Harold Craig, David Thornton, Billy Catron, Mary McDaniel, Pat Hall, Mary Graveley, Jerry Whitt, Ann Elaine Lemons.
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