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pulaski high school chorus First row: Mr. Godfrey, Vivian Jones, Helen Welch, Martha Co)c Sally Rorrer, Carolyn Creggar, Shirley Hall, Frances Harvey, Lois Hyatt, Doris Boadwine, Carolyn FSrmlr, Janie Brickey, Patsy Via, Susan Martin. Second row: Gaynell Atkins, Lorena Davidson, Verl Ann Owens, Ann Taylor, Eilene Phillips, Betty Neese, Shirley Keaster, Carol Matthews, Sue Wright, Jenny Lou Hughs, Ellen Cole, Betty Heldreth, Betty McNew. Third row: Nancy Welch, Mary Ruth Akers, Elizabeth Mays, Wilma Meade, Janet Gilbert, Martha Horton, Joyce Covey, Peggy Mashburn, Dorothy Puckett, Jean Tolliver, Colleen Hall, Peggy Cox, Doris Mabe, Shirley Leftwich, Mary Matherly, Vida Wright. Fourth row: Callie Maxwell, Buddy Welch, Bobby Crouder, Bobby Rash, Rick Stevens, Wayne King, Bill Catron, Dan Reed, Fred Hall, Donnie Hawkins, J. R. Schrader, Paul Ferguson, Doug Duncan, Harold Stout. The Pulaski High School Chorus has had one of its best years, participating in a Winter Concert, Spring Concert, several school assemblies, District Music Festival at Roanoke, All-State Chorus — West, also at Roanoke, a tour of schools in Pulaski and surrounding areas. The officers were: Carolyn Farmer, president; Sue Sergent, vice president; Lois Stoots, secretary; Donnie Hawkins, treasurer; and Verl Ann Owens, reporter. seventy
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Seated: Nell Thornton, Verlon Hurd, Ernestine Sims, Lois Nelson, Helen Manuel, Pearl Gallimore, Jane Ryan Affie Penterost Th °lma Akers, Melita St i I we 1 1 , Miss Simpson. Standing: A. J. Smith, Rhcdeila Tippett, Bertha Kanode, Barbara Kegley, Faye Thompson, Miss Lockhart, Mrs. Hunt, Carolyn Farmer, Mrs. Akers. Not shown: Joretta Jones. The Future Business Leaders of America is an organization of students enrolled in commercial courses of National, State, and local recognition. The purpose of the club is to promote good business education for the youth of America. The officers this year were: Ernestine Sims, president; Helen Manuel, vice president; Barbara Kegley, secretary; Nell Thornton, treasurer; Bertha Kanode, re- porter; Pearl Gallimore, Program chairman; Vera Shelor, parliamentarian; and Irene Byrd, historian. dramatics club On knees: Patsy Via, Lydia Jordan, Judy Kingsmore, Carolyn Fette, Patty Hall. Standing: Ann Taylor, Billie Sue Disco, Nicki Clark, Martha Jane Cox, Susie Rice, La Verne Abshire, Elizabeth Ann Garland, Randy Bowman, Randall Proffitt, Billy Warden, David Guynn, Malcolm Crowder, Betty Thomas, Nathan Wilson, J. R. Schrader, Fred Young, Janice Horsley. Not shown: Miss Hobby, sponsor The Dramatics Club wishes to stimulate interest for a larger dramatics program in Pulaski High. We are well blessed with stage equipment and hope to use it more in the future. Thus far the Dramatics Class, which is composed of about half of the Club, has prepared three one-act plays to finish by the end of the school year. The club is made up of only Juniors and Seniors. The officers were: Billie Sue Disco, president; Fred Young, vice president; Randall Proffitt, secretary; and Nathan Wilson, treasurer. six y-nine
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pulaski high school band First row: Mary Javne Harriman, Frances Woods Joretta Jones, Bobby Umberger, Elizabeth Lane, Norma Craw ford, Carol Rankin. Second row: Charlie Riggs, Mack Wilson, Jack Huddle, Kenny Riggle, Betty Jo Jackson, Mason Vaughan, Nancy Gemmell, Elaine Sherman, Beverly Repass, Mary Ellen Duncan, Violet Powers, Jackie Turner, Martha Cox, Johnny Houston. Third row: Don Fitzaerald, Bill Thornton, David Jones, Glenna Conner, Wayne Lemons, Gerald Repass, Mary Frances Cox, Yvonne Horton, Micky Albert, Shelburne Clark, Jimmy Fisher, Freddy Owens, Jimmy Harrell, Juanita Underwood, Winfred Pearce, Stanley Morefield, Bobby Harreli, Jean Williams, Eddie French. Fourth row: David Harrell, Maurice Brown, Frank Brammer, Fred Clark, Rick Stevens, Lyle Comer, Jimmy White, Byron Spencer, Wayne Utt, Eddie Stenson, Alice Wilson, Shirley Leftwich, Gayle Long, Ernest Hurst, Mr. James H. Godfrey, sponsor. The Pulaski High School Band now consists of sixty-three members and is one of the most active organizations in the school. Its purpose is to create in our schools and community a cultural consciousness of music. The Band, under the direction of Mr. James H. Godfrey, performed various maneuvers at all football games, with the exception of Tazewell. It also participated in many other school events such as bonfires, parades, assemblies, and the District VI Music Festival in Roanoke, Virginia. The Band also gave three concerts and plans to attend the Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Virginia. The officers were: David Jonas, president; Kenny Riggle, vice-president; Jimmy Harrell, secretary-treasurer; Martha Jane Cox, Mary Frances Cox, and Juanita Underwood, librarians; Bobby Umberger, drum major; and Mr. James Godfrey, director. seventy-one
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