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boys monogram club The Boys ' Monogram Club is a group of very sports-minded and ener- getic boys who have worked hard to earn a letter in one of the major sports. They have been active in school affairs this year under the leader- ship of their coach, Vic Kreiter. The boys sponsored a dance this year and sold refreshments during bas- ketball games. Club members also bought orange and black sweaters and jackets. Club officers were " Bugs " Tickle, president; Ros Meredith, vice-presi- dent; Bob Hall, secretary; and " Bubbie " Duncan, treasurer. First row: Ikey Carper, Nicky Jones, Jimmy Shepherd, Kyle Runyon, Bubbie Duncan, Jimmy Rumley, E. K. Williams, Ralph Lane. Second row: Bobby Butler, Wayne King, Peter Downey, Wilmer Whitt, Rodney Runyon, Gene Via, M. B. Perfater. Third row: Charles Tickle, Marvin Lemons, Roberi Crafton, Roswell Meredith, Paul Ferguson, Bill Newman, Binky Huff. Fourth row: Dick Nichols, Gary Whitaker, Phillip Marshall, Jimmy Slate, Alfred Baugh, Bill Waller, Elbert Whitt, Billy Akers. sixty-three
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pep club This is a good name for these energetic and ambitious girls who have worked hard for their school. They appropriated money for the publishing of football programs and sold them at each home game. They also had dances and sold refresh- ments after the home football games. Pep rallies and bon-fires were also sponsored by this club to keep the school spirit high. The main accomplishment of the Pep Club was the annual Spring Carnival. The officers were Euna Rose Powers, president; Ann Millirons, vice- president; Joretta Jones, secretary; and Joyce Wolfe, treasurer. First row: Nancy Stumpf, Janie Aust, Patsy Jennings. Joretta Jones, Louise Harrell, Carol Weddle. Second row: Tamara Slaughter, Becky Stevens, Carolyn Shinault, Nancy C. Parks, Janice Hardy, Ann Millirons. Third row: Judy Owens, Peggy Rash. Jeanne Houston, Mary Jane Harriman, Anna Wallner, Joyce Wolfe. Fourth row: Janice Horsley, Pat White, Beverley Pearce. Euna Rose Powers. Martha Slate, Anne Elaine Lemons. sixty -two
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girls’ monogram club The Girls ' Monogram Club is composed of eight girls who have earned our school mono- gram. These girls work hard at trying to build school spirit, to stress the importance of being a good loser as well as a good winner. Club projects include decorating the ball field for all home football games, sponsoring dances after all of the basketball games, and earning money to use for the purchase of monogram sweaters for new members. Officers for this year were Jeanne Hous- ton president; Carolyn Hale, vice-president; Nancy Stumpf, secretary and treasurer; and sponsors were Miss Geraldine Lockhart and Miss Bessie Griffith. First row: Jeanne Houston, Beverley Pearce, Nancy Stumpf. Second row: Carolyn Hale, Thelma Carter. Third row: Ramona Kanode, Lila Sadler, Ann M i 1 1 irons. dramatics club The Dramatics Club is a newly formed organization in our school this year. Its purpose is to further interest in the field of dramatics. The club has presented several enjoyable plays. The sponsor is Miss Virginia Lantz. The officers are: E. K. Williams, president; Ann Stinson, secretary; Janice Horsley, treasurer. First row: Gary Whitaker, Shirley Yelton, Anne Covey, Janice Hardy, Patsy Jennings, Martha Poarch. Second row: Ann Stinson, Ann Ratcliff, Ramona Kanode, Penelope Dalton, Randall Profitt, Jeanne Houston. Third row: Susan Garrett, Maiy Glenn Poarch, Janice Horsley, Franklin Hughes, Ann Elaine, E. K. Williams. .sixty- four
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