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junior f. h. a. First row: Patsy Hubble, Judith Owens, Bonnie Rakes, Barbara Mabe, Carol Sue Wilson, Bonnie Pearce, Peggy Phibbs, Julie Kanode. Second row: Cecile Umberger, Martha Phelps, Nikki Todd, Ella Sue Painter, Barbara Lewellyn, Rebecca Buckner, Beverly Byrd, Kathryn Deeds, Barbara Lewis, Jean Mabe, Miss Oewel, sponsor. Third row: Phyllis Swindall, Margaret Mabry, Hilda Rorrer, Nancy Herron, Marie Phibbs, Carol Hill. Not shown: Peggy Hall, Jolyn Sheppherd. senior tri-hi-y The Junior Homemakers ' Association is a chapter of the Future Homemakers of America. It consists of eighth grade girls who have had one of the nine weeks ' courses in Homemaking. This club follows the order of the Future Homemakers of America. There is one regular meeting a month. The officers were: Barbara Lewellyn, president; Marie Phibbs, vice president: Nancy Herron, treasurer; Phyliss Swindall, secretary: Carol Sue Wilson, chaplain; Ella Sue Painter, historian; Kathryn Deeds, reporter; Beverly Byrd, parliamentarian, Rebecca Buckner, song leader; and Miss Mary Oewel, sponsor. First row: Joretta Jones, Joyce Wolfe, Nicki Clark, Frances Woods. Second row: Doris Rigney, Shirley Yelton, Ann Ratcliff, Ernestine Sims. Third row: Carolyn Fette, Mary Glenn Poarch, Betty Thomas, Charlotte Quesenberry. Fourth row: Nancy King, Thelma Jean Akers, Olivia Reece, June Alley. Fifth row: Anne Lemons, Rosalie Conner, Jane Ryan, Janice Horsley. Sixth row: Ann Taylor, Jo Ann Ballinger, Emma Jean Fleeman, Mary Ann Fester. Seventh row: Melita St i I we 1 1 , Shirley Leftwich, Phyliss Folden. The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school and community, high standards of Christian character. The mem- bership is composed of senior girls only. Officers were: Nicki Clark, president; Joretta Jones, vice president; Frances Woods, secretary; Joyce Wolfe, treasurer; Anna Wallner, chaplain; and Billie Sue Disco, reporter. seventy-nine
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f. h. a. First row: Wanda Alley, Muriel Hash, Rosalie Conner, Nina Hogston, Audrey Reaves, Lovon Craig. Second row: Nancy Lovern, Charlotte Meade, Loreana Davidson, Phyllis Folden, Margaret Leeson, Bonnie Bell, Brenda Novelle, Geraldine Edney. Third row: Betty Thomas, Gaye Quesenberry, Janice Brickey, Thelma Akers, Lois Nelson, Judy Owen, Mary Ann Foster, Carolyn Cregger, Emma Jean Fleeman. Fourth row: Faye Lyons, Martha Jane Cox, Jean Davis, Martha Hawkins, Shirley Tickle. Fifth row: Elizabeth Mays, Willadeane Phibbs, Shirley Lettwich, Janice Horsley, Mary E. Ritter, Wanda Richardson, Betty Jones, Opal Hubble, Elizabeth Eanes, Mary Alderman, Dreama Bratton, Betty Jo Clark, Jane Johnston, Margaret Mustard, Nancy Gemmell, Peggy Hudson, Alva Gregory, Martha Slate, Roberta Gregory, Eva Pappas, Sally Rorrer, Sandra Ratcliff, Charlotte Quesenberry, Peggy Firebaugh, Ellen Haga. The Future Homemakers of America is the National organization of pupils studying homemaking in junior and senior high schools of the United States and territories. The purposes are: to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satis- factions of homemaking, to emphasize the importance of worthy home membership, to encourage democracy in home and community life, to provide wholesome individual and group recreation and to further interest in home economics. Officers were: Thelma Jean Akers, president; Janie Brickey, vice-president; Shirley Tickle, secretary; Judy Owens, treasurer; Carolyn Cregger, historian; Mary Ann Foster, parliamentarian; Lois Nelson, reporter; and Gaye Quesenberry, chaplain. seventy -eight
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First row: Roy Hall, Jerry Holt, Rick Stevens, Mason Vaughan, Nathan Wilson. Second row: Harold Beamer, Billy Hickam, Leneau Pippen, Curtis Morris, Jimmy Harp. Third row: Fred Young, Kenneth Riggle, DuVal Seagle, Jack Poore. Fourth row: Eugene Phelps, John Shuff, Randall Proffitt, Donnie Hawkins, David Jonas. Fifth row: Pete Downey, Duane Fagg. The purposes of the Junior-Senior Hi-Y are to promote and further Christian behavior in the life of a high school student and to carry on Christian activities while doing so. 1 he officers were: Rick Stevens, president: Mason Vaughan, vice president; Roy Hall, secretary: Nathan Wilson, treasurer; Jerry Holt, chaplain: Jimmy Shepherd, reporter. junior tri-hi-y First row: Sylvia Edwards, Suzi Rice, Eva Pappas, Alice Wilson, Janie Aust, Elizabeth Lane, Barbara Owens, Judy Kingsmore, Janice Hardy, Susan Martin. Second row: Judy Owens, Joan Leeson, Pat Via, Alva Gregory, Joyce Childress, Frances Williams, Colleen Hall, Jean Williams, Tamara Slaughter, Roxanna Stoots. Third row: Glenna Conner, Becky Stevens, Gay Quesenberry, Betty Jo Jackson, Juanita Underwood, Norma Craw- ford, Joan Dail, Nancy Gray, Peggy Hudson, Nancy Gemmell. Project for the Junior Tri-Hi-Y this year was selling candy to get money for the World Service Fund. We sponsored a Valentine Dance February 19. We started and sponsored a Freshman Tri-Hi-Y, and we helped get the new Y. M. C. A. ready for use. We cheered up our hospitalized friends with flowers and letters. Officers were: Elizabeth Lane, president; Janie Aust, vice president; Alice Wilson, secretary; Eva Pappas, treasurer; Joan Leeson, chaplain; and Mrs. Beverley Hathaway, sponsor. eighty
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