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chemistry club Seated: Ann Ratcliff, Mason Vaughan, Nicki Clark, Norma Crawford, Mary Glenn Poarch, Willadean Phibbs, Juanita Underwood, Nancy Gemmell. Standing: Buddy King, Pete Downey, Miss Dalton, Jackie Boothe, Bobby Umberger, Duane Musser, John Shuff, Muriel Hash, Verl Ann Owens, Jimmy Harp, Emma Jean Fleeman, Freeda Nicewander Nancy Powers, Harry Might, Tommy Taylor, Randall Pro r f itt , Eugene Phelps, Ronald Vaughan, Jim Boyd, Stewart Johnson, Sidney Gregory, Duane Fagg, Gene French, John Hale, Jerry Holt. library club The purpose of this club is to increase our knowledge of Chemistry and to learn to perfect our skills in Chemistry. To give service in our community and nation and understand the importance of Chemistry in our lives. Officers were: Mason Vaughan, president: Jackie Boothe, vice president; Ann Ratcliff, secretary; Nicki Clark, treasurer; Norma Crawford, reporter; and Miss Laura Dalton, sponsor. First row: Patsy Via, Carolyn Creger, Ann Taylor, Emma Jean Fleeman, Milita Stilwell. Second row: Lydia Jordan, Betty Johnston, Billy Catron, Rick Stevens, Donald Hubble, Charlotte Quesenberry. The purpose of the Library Club is to teach the members how to use the library, to promote a greater interest in reading, and to assist the entire school in the use of all the material available in the library. The float, entered in the Home Coming Parade by the club, won fourth place in honors. Most important has been the assistance given the librarian by the club mem- bers in their free periods. They have acted as library assistants and thus learned more about the use of the library themselves and have been of help to all the students. Five dollars was given to the Christmas formal by the club. Officers were: Jeanne Fleeman, president; Richard Stevens, vice president; Verlon Hurd, secretary; Melita Stillwell, treasurer; and Carol Creger, social chairman. sixty-scvrn
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First row: Earl Spicer, Billy Hickam, George Galloway, Susan Martin, Martha Slate, Mrs. Robertson. Second row: Suzie Rice, Sylvia Edwards, Lydia Jordan, Judy Trail, Lindsay Hickam, Betty Jackson, Bill Akers, Norma Crawford, Jean Williams, Frank Hughes, Eva Pappas, Juanita Underwood. Third row: Ronald Daugherty, Nancy Gemmell, Peggy Hudson, Mary Ann Hylton, Eva Spracher, La Verne Abshire, Fred Young, Harry Hight, Kenny Riggle, Mason Vaughan, Larry Pearce. Fourth row: Arlan East, Betsy Gilmer, Ruth Seagle, Martha Long, Nina Hogston, Joan Dail, Judy Johnston, Eliza- beth Mays, Barbara Stevens, Judy Parks, Linda Dalton, Bob Pearman, John Shuff, Steve Atkins, Nelson Boan. Fifth row: Du Val Seagle, Duane Fagg, Ronald Smith, Sidney Gregory, Jo Banner, Ann Jackson, Jean Whisman, Judy Owens, Frances Williams, Peggy Willis, Nancy Powers, Ellen Runyon, Pat White, Evelyn Rorrer, Jim Shepherd, Dick Manies, Bill Wilson, Laneau Pippen, David Altizer, Scotty Roope, George Dais, Cecil Nixon. The purpose is to promote and increase an interest in the Latin language and to increase our knowledge of the rich heritage left to us by the Romans, namely, their religion, laws, customs, and arts. The membership is confined to students in Latin classes. The motto is " Laetus, amicus, tamen, impiger et navus. " This means " Happy, friendly, nevertheless industrious and diligent. " The Latin Club plans to buy Latin vocabulary cards for the Latin Department. The officers are: Billy Hickam, president; George Galloway, vice president; Earl Spicer, secretary; Susan Martin, treasurer; . Pete Downey, chaplain; and Martha Slate, program chairman. Mrs. Robertson is sponsor. First row: Shirley Leftwich, Mary McDaniel. Second row: Wayne King, Harry Hight, Sally Rorrer, Mrs. Totten, sponsor. The purpose of the F. T. A. is to further interest in the field of education. The club is made up of Junior and Senior girls and boys whose purpose is about the teaching profession. Officers are: Shirley Leftwich, president; Wayne King, vice president; Sally Rorrer, secretary; Mary McDaniel, treasurer. sixty -six
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First row: La Verne Abshire, Jimmy Harrell, Sherman Quesenberry, I key Carper, Wayne King, Dennis Grubb, Ernest Hurst, Mrs. Garland. Second row: Doug Burchett, Shirley Yelton, Kelly Akers, Tommy Yonts, Earl East, Harry Hight, J. C. Welch, James Murphy, Harold Craig, Ronald Caviness. Not shown: Mike Davidson, Charles Quesenberry, Jimmy Rumley. The purpose of the Art Club is to stimulate an interest in the arts and crafts in the school and the community through exhibitions and projects. The project of the club for 1954-55 was the Bethlehem Scene created in life size on the lawn in front of the school building. Members of the club exhibited works in the school fair. Officers were: Jimmy Harrell, president; Ikey Carper, vice president; Tommy Yonts, treasurer; Kelly Akers, secretary; and Ernest Hurst, reporter. electronics club First row: Chester Branscombe, Mack Wilson, David Hagee, Wayne Caviness, Jack Morris, Woody Abshire, Milt Aust, James King, Mrs. Hathaway. Second rev : Donald Mabe, Donald Dalton, Glenn Landis, Bill Wiison, John Dauernheim, Rodney Lester, Duane Hix, David Guynn, Nelson Boan, Eugene Gravely, Garnet Smith, David Leptchitz, Wayne Jenkins. The Electronics Club was recently organized by a group of students interested in the field of electronics. Some of our projects are building crystal sets, working with buzzer systems, going to the radio station for lectures on how the station operates and studying the parts of radios. Officers were: Jack Morris, president; David Lepchitz, vice-president; and Wayne Caviness, secretary-treasurer. sixly-eiglit
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