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Page 69 text:
chirps First row: Judy Kingsmore, A. J. Smifh, Earl East. Second row: Nicky Jones, Eugene Turpin, Tommy Yonts. Third row: Earl Spicer, Suzi Rice, Mary Jayne Harriman. The main objective of the Oriole Chirps ' staff, composed of the members of the journalism cla ss, has been to create interest in school happenings, and to make the school more friendly by helping students become better acquainted. The staff feels that it has had a most successful year in learning, laughing, and sharing together the trials, the heartaches, and the satisfaction that are behind each issue of your Chirps. Members of the class include: Judy Kingsmore, Jayne Harriman, Suzi Rice, Earl East, Nicky Jones, Jimmy Harpe, A. J. Smith, Earl Spicer. Eugene Turpin, Carolyn Farmer, Charlotte Quesenberry, Elizabeth Lane, and Tommy Yonts. Teacher and adviser is Miss Ellen Palmer. mxtv-ih r ee
Page 68 text:
Left column up: George Gallaway, Mason Vaughn, Tommy P erdue, Laneau Pippen, Alex Dunlap, Curtis Morris Billy Hickam, Roy Hall, Jerry Holt, John Hale. Right column up: Larry Pearce, Tex Boggs, George Dais, Jack Tolley, Wallace Thrasher, Jim Boyd, Ralph Wirt, Billy Wi.son, Jimmy Shepherd. Not pictured Donnie Hawkins. The Pulaski High School Key Club was organized on December 9, 1954, and it is sponsored by Kiwanis International. Its purpose is to conduct an active program of service activities for the school and community. Each week, two members of the Key Club attend the Kiwanis dinner meeting. In its first year of organization, the Key Club was in charge of ticket sales at the home basketball games. Officers are: John Hale, president; George Dais, vice president; Tex Boggs, secretary; and Billy Hickam, treasurer. friendship club Left to right: Janie Crowder, Elizabeth Wolfe, Gay Nell Atkins, Bonnie Bell, Vivian Jones, Doris Via, Wanda Sutphin, Barbara Mabe, Wilma Meade, Dorothy Burton, Jean Mabe, Margaret Mabry, Shirley Hall, Dreama Farris, Frances Horton, Nancy Welch, Jane Johnson, Mary Alderman, Joyce Covey, Charlotte Meade, Betty Jo Clark, Ruth Dalton, Elizabeth Eanes, Jesse Andrews. The Friendship Club was organized this year to give students an opportunity to make new friends and to study ways of developing personality. One project the club adopted was supervising the girls ' restrooms. Officers were: Wilma Meade, president; Elizabeth Wolfe, vice president; Doris Via, secretary; Bonnie Bell, treasurer; Shirley Hall, chaplain. sixly-t uio
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senior girls club First row: Billie Sue Disco, Frances Woods, Nicki Clark, Lcverne Abshire. Second row: Ann Elaine Lemons, Anna Wallner, Mary Glenn Poarch, Betty Thomas, Shirley Yelton, Joyce Wolfe, Charlotte Quesenberry, Martha Cox. Third row: Dorothy Puckett, Jenny Hughes, Ellen Cole, Opal Hubble, Doris Mabe, Barbara Kegley, Loreana Davidson, Phyllis Folden, Rosalie Conner. Fourth row: Shirley Hoback, Verlon Mooney, Bertie Bullins, Ann Tayior, Mary Ann Foster, Carolyn Creger, Jane Ryan, Wanda Alley, Olivia Reese. Fifth row: Wanda Lewis, Mary Ann Hylton, Nancy Powers, Freeda Nicewander, Thelma Akers, Ernestine Sims, Gail Long, Shirley Leftwich, Irene Byrd. The purpose of the Senior Girls ' Club is to promote a better relationship with the students both morally and socially. This club has one particular project in which they work toward completion each year that will help the school as a whole. The membership of this club shall consist of Senior Girls only. Any girl wishing to participate in this club must have a clean character with high moral ideas. She must have the ability to get along with her fellow members and be willing to work when called upon. The officers were: Ann Ratcliff, president; La Verne Abshire, vice president; Frances Woods, sceretary; Nicki Clark, treasurer; Billie Sue Disco, reporter; and Mrs. Akers, sponsor. sixty-four
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