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girls monogram club First row: La Verne Abshire, Joyce Wolfe, Joretta Jones, Mary Jayne Harriman, Judy Kingsmore. Second row: Elizabeth Lane, Irene Byrd, Lois Hyatt, Anna Wallner. The purpose of the Girls ' Monogram Club is to extend and promote better sportsmanship th roughout the school. The club is composed of ten girls who have earned the right to wear their letter through various sports. They have sponsored dances after home basketball games to help pay for i heir sweaters. Officers are: Joretta Jones, president; Jayne Harriman, vice president; and Elizabeth Lane, secretary-treasurer. seventy-five
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boys monogram club First row: Duane Musser, Kyle Runyon, Dennis Grubb, Nicky Jones, Ikey Carper, Wayne King, Bill Catron, Richard Mitchell, Harold Stout, Jimmy Poole, Bill Akers. Second row: Jackie Kanode, Harold Craig, Jimmy Harrell, Mason Vaughan, Ronnie Burchett, Jimmy Rumley, Curtis Morris, Eugene Turpin, Buddy King, Stuart Lane. Third row: Fred Hall, Tommy Conner, John Hale, Jerry Holt, Jimmy Shepherd, Harold Babb, Dean Newman, Bill Waller. Not pictured: Gene French, Donnie Hawkins. The Boys ' Monogram Club is a group of young men who have participated in our major sports and have received a letter. The boys work together as a group to learn sportsmanship. Our sponsor and adviser is Coach Vic Kreiter. We sold candy at the basketball games in order to buy something for the high school. We also ordered our jackets and sweaters. We took in new members and as an initiation they are paying for a party for the old members and themselves at the end of the year. Officers for this year were: Donald Hawkins, president; Eugene Turpin, vice president; Billy Akers, treasurer; and Jimmy Harrell, secretary. sevcnty-fout
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g. a. a. First row: Opal Hubble, Betty Neese, Susan Martin. Second row: Becky Stevens, Judy Owen, Barbara Woods, Eva Pappas, Betty McNew, Norma Crawford, Tamara Slaughter, Bonnie Bell. Third row: Wanda Aliev, Valerie Dalton, Linda Dalton, Mona Morris, Carolyn Taylor, Betty Johnson, Barbara Stephens, Joyce Quesenberry, Brenda Novell. Fourth row: Gay Quesenberry, Rosalie Conner, Phyllis Folden, Ruthie Seagle, Linda Jennings, Betsy Gilmer, Ailene Phelps, Mary Ann Foster, Martha Slate, Judy Parks. Fifth row: Agnes Davidson, Shirley Ward, Jeanne McDaniel, Jean Williams, An n Jackson, Ann Spence, Linda Creger, Barbara Thornton, Cletes Akers, Geraldine Stoots, Saliy Rorrer, Doris Trail. Sixth row: Wilma Meade, Dorothy Puckett, Colleen Vaughn, Audrey Reeves, Nina Hogston, Judy Trail, Jackie Brino, Dorothy Burton, Jane Edwards, Nancy Brown, Pat Hudson. Seventh row: Betty Thomas, Hazel Powers, Ann Powers, Jean Tolliver, Janie Brickey, Barbara Kegley, Pat Price, Marie Allison, Judy Johnston, Elizabeth Eanes, Betty Jo Clark. Eighth row: Wanda Lewis, Lois Hyatt, Anna Wallner, Ellen Cole, Mary Akers, Doris Mabe, Mary Ann Hylton, Irene Byrd, Olivia Reece, Jo Ann Cook, Ellen Runyon, Charlotte Meade, Frances Horton. The Girls ' Athletic Association is composed of members who strive to promote more healthful soortsmanship and school spirit among the students. The member- ship is open to all high school girls who participate in the club activities. Projects of the club for the year were: began a dance record collection for school use; sold season tickets for basketball games; sponsored candidate for Miss P. H. S. contest; and improvement of restroom facilities. The officers of the club are: Opal Hubble, president; Betty Neese, vice president; Susan Martin, secretary; and Wanda Alley, treasurer. The sponsor is Mrs. Reece Goldsmith, our Physical Education Director. seventy-six
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