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art club The Art Club is called on for many things in a school program. We have a finger in almost all activities. Bulletin boards for holidays; room decorations; floats for parades; illustrations for school papers are only a few of our activities. Officers are Johnny Rice, president; Jack Poore, vice-president; Earl East, sec- retary-treasurer; and Mrs. W. R. Garland, sponsor. First row: Donnie Swain, Jeanne Houston, Johnny Rice, Earl East. Second row: Arnold Mabry, Elmer Sams, Buddy Welch, Jack Poore. Third row: Bob Pearman, Grace Hill, Nancy Stumpf, Joan Dai I - Not shown Charles Tickle, Ronald Vaughan, Cecil Palmer, Joe Ward. oriole chirps The Oriole Chirps has just com- pleted a successful year of publi- cation. Interest has grown and subscriptions have increased. The staff has worked hard to bring to its readers good reading and to make known the happenings around P.H.S. The newspaper was published by the following staff: Managing Editor, Carolyn Hale; Copy Edi- tor, Carolyn Perdue; Assistant Managing Editor, Jane Ryan; Assistant Copy Editor, Betty Shuff; Layout Editor, Lila Sadler; Sports Editors, John Shuff and Bob Pear- man; Exchange Editor, Susan Garrett; Circulation Manager and Assistant, Alex Dunlap and Joe Steger; Masthead, Earl East; Headlines, Martha Poarch; Jokes and Cartoons, Binky Huff and Johnny Rice; Reporters, Weedie Bushong, Joan Leeson, Sylvia Ed- wards, Lydia Jordan, Ann Stinson, Jo Ann Garrett, Carolyn Shinault, Nolan Kegly, Nancy Stumpf, Deasy Harrell; and Editing Ad- viser, Miss Ellen Palmer. First row- John Shuff, Sylvia Edwards, Jane Ryan, Louise Harrell, Martha Poarch, Binky Huff. Second row: Ann Stinson, Carolyn Shinault, Nancy Stumpf, Caroiyn Hale, Alex Dunlap. Third row: Jo Am Garrett, Lila Sadler, Johnny Rice, Joe Steger, Lydia Jordan, Joan Leeson. Fourth row: Susan Garrett, Carolyn Perdue, Earl East, Nolan Kegley Bob Pearman, Weedie Bushong. Not shown: Betty Shuff. sixty-five
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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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First row: Carleer, Musser, Clara Phibbs, Joe Pennington, Louise Marshall, Nancy Kidd. Second row: Faye Nail, Joyce Safewright, Lois Smith. Third row: Jimmy Rumley, Phillip Marshall, David Whitaker, Malcolm Crowder, Bill Turner. Distributive Education is a new program in our school this year. The members of the D. E. Class started a D. E. Club with the help of the co- ordinator, Mr. Voulangas. The club had a float in the home- coming parade. Members) of the club participated in a district meeting at Marion. Phillip Marshall won the speech contest. He competed at the area con- vention in Roanoke and was chosen delegate to the state convention at Richmond. The officers are: Phillip Marshall, president; Richard Stevens, vice-presi- dent; Faye Nail, secretary; Louise Mar shall, treasurer; Jimmy Rumley, promotion manager; and Joe Pennington, parlia- mentarian. eva vauqnn America are seniors who have chosen a career in the educa- tional field. The club, newly organized, honored Miss Eva Vaughan, director of instruction for Pu- laski County, by using her name for the name of the club. The objectives of the club were sponsoring a radio pro- gram, helping daily school pro- grams and obtaining informa- tion which would be beneficial to the individual in making choices for furthering his edu- cation. Officers were Barbara Mays, president; Lois Smith, vice- president; Lois White, secre- tary; Jo Ann Kidd, treasurer; Nancy Stumpf, chaplain; and Mrs. J. C. Totten, sponsor. First row: Sandra Whitaker, Barbara Mays, Nancy Hurst, Jo Ann Kidd, Sandra Harman. Second row: Barbara Bassett, Lois White, Jeanne Houston. Third row: Carolyn Shinault, Nancy Stumpt, Ann Millirons, Louise Harrell, Lois Smith. sixty -six
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