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latin club First row: Lydia Jordan, Suzie Rice, Fred Young, Eugene Sorrell, Mason Vaughan, Jimmy Shepherd, Larry Pearce, Richard King, DuVal Seagle, Anna Wallner, E. K. Williams, Betty Jo Jackson. . Second row- Slenn Vaughan, Bob Pearmar, Elizabeth Mays, Charles King, Susan Martin, Nicki Clark, Ann Ratcliffe, Mary Ann Hylton, Alex Dunlap, Alice Wilson, Nina Hogston, Peggy Hudson. Third row: Nella Drucker, Kenneth Riggle, Judy Owens, Ronald Vaughan, John Vaughan, Billy Hickam, Jerry Holt, Buddy King, Carl Arinbrister, Curtis Morris, Peter Downey, Lillian Dalton. Fourth row: Eddie Lester, Laneau Pippin, Jack Cannaday, Muriel Hash, Ronald Daugherty, Grace Hill, Duane Musser Bill Newman, Harold Beamer, Gecrgc Dais, Randall Proffitt, Betty Quesenberry Fifth row: Joan Dail, John Shuff, Norma Crawford, Nancy Gemmell, Frances Williams, Nellie Mae Wright, Penelope Dalton, Sylvia Edwards, Eva Pappas, Betty Thomas, Joyce Childress, Billy Akers. The Latin Club ' s main purpose is to instill in its members an interest in this foreign language. Its membership is restricted to people who are taking Latin or have taken Latin. The sponsor is Mrs. Robertson. The officers are: Ann Wallner, president; Jimmy Shepherd, vice-president; and Ann Ratcliff, treasurer. Le Cercle Francais was organized for the purpose of instilling in others a desire to learn the French language and to appreciate French culture. The membership is limited to those who are taking French now or who have completed one year. This year ' s officers were: Carolyn Perdue, president; Tommy Perdue, vice-president; Sandra Whitaker, secretary; Char- lotte Quesenberry, treasurer; and Joan Leeson, chaplain. Mrs. Charles Bird is the club s sponsor. First row: Penelope Dalton, Zack Black, Lola Gillian, Frances Harvey, Margaret Hughett, Willadeane Phibbs. Second row: Lila Sadler, Sandra Ratcliff, Mariha Poarch, Tommy Perdue, Ralph Wirt. Third row: Betty Neese, Joan Leeson, Sandra Whitaker, Bobby Brown, Leroy Bird. Fourth row: Hilda Rigney, Nancy Hurst, Carolyn Perdue, Susan Garrett, Jack Tolley, Mary Glenn Poarch.
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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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senior The Senior Girls ' Club is composed of a group of active, enthusiastic girls whose purpose is to promote a better relationship with the students both morally and socially. Projects of the club this year were: Washing boards in homerooms once a week, improving restroom facilities, selling Little Theater tickets, contributing to the Christmas formal, sponsoring candidate in Miss P.H.S. Contest, and donating to the new school in memory of the Seniors of 1954. Officers were: Patsy Jennings, president; Bonnie Gray, vice-presi- dent; Euna Rose Powers, secretary; and Audrey Dauernheim, treasurer. First row: Virgie Davis, Jo Ann Kidd, Anri Stinson, Euna Rose Powers, Barbara Mays, Jo Ann Lowman, Hilda Rigney, Beverley Pearce, Lillian Dalton. Second row: Carolyn Perdue, Jeanne Houston, Nancy I. Parks, Carolyn Williams, Marie Spangler, Nancy Hurst, Lois White. Doris Davis, Betty Quesenberry. Third row: Sandra Whitaker, Ramona Kanode, Barbara Bassett, Carolyn Shinault, Elizabeth Cummings, Bonnie Gray, Mary Turner. Fourth row: Carolyn Hale, Nancy C. Parks, Thelma Carter, Nancy Stumpf, Juanita Meadows, Clara Phibbs, Iris Long, Doris Hubble. Fifth row: Ann Covey, Joyce Safewright, Betty Jo Burton, Penelope Dalton, Lois Smith, Jewel Williams, Louise Harrell, Maxine Thompson, Louise Marshall. Sixth row: Darleen Musser, Patsy Jennings, . Nancy Childress, Martha Poarch, Virginia Crowder, Shirley Horton, Ann Millirons, Lila Sadler, Ncrma Sizemore. fifty-nine
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