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Page 55 text:
eep 'Em Busy
Hunger is no problem with these ladies around. They are fseatedh Edna Dull, Edna
Walling, Dorothy Pollock, Mary Able, Biola Hanson fpartly hiddenb, Grace Ray, Nancy
Crommie, Olive Bowels, Helen Freytage, Letha Wright, Margery Roberts, Irene Bow-
man, and Carol Tinkle. Cstandingb Irene Hill, Mary Hedgeland, Maggie Deilkes, Helen
Howell, Nola Sole, Dorothy Compliment, Mary Stewart, Alice Frogge, Jerlene Winfrey,
Eunice Miller, Estelle Childress, Kathleen Smedley, and Lavonna Williams.
Keeping us nourished and neat are the two major concerns taken care of by
our excellent cafeteria and custodial staffs.
Preparing some 295,000 individual meals this year, the ladies in the cafeteria
have done their utmost to make the food attractive and to serve it with a pleasant
Assisting these ladies in clean-up, general care of the building, minor repairs,
and preparation for special functions keep our custodians busy around the clock.
Keeping our new school looking new are fseatedh Lewis Curtz, Richard Franks, and
Deo Dubbs. fStandingD Cletis Dunnington, John Butler, Warren Davidson, and Willard
Page 54 text:
Paperwork, Pots, And Plumbing
I th main office and guidance office, students can always count on seeing M Ed
G son Qseatedb, and Mrs. Ellen Thomas, Mrs. Marybelle Friddle, Mrs. Ruby Sk gg
a d M ss Sandy Druckemiller.
Holding the purse strings of Southside is
lVlrs. Edna Garrison Ccenter leftb, the financial
secretary. The adding machine is a constant
companion in her responsibilities of handling
book rentals and organization funds, and
Nlrs. Marybelle Friddle Qcenter rightb, reg-
istrar, operates the addressograph, an extra
task included with her usual duties of record-
ing grades, and determining the grade ratio
and rank of each student.
As "Girl Friday" to lVIr. Graham, who is act-
ing athletic director, Miss Sandy Druckemiller
flower lefty assists all the coaches, as well as
lVlr. Graham, with their secretarial needs. She
also helps Nlr. Robinson with student attend-
ance, as she is seen here.
The position as lVlr. Williams' secretary re-
quires Nlrs. Ellen Thomas Cbelowh to care for
our principal's needs, and also to serve as
recording secretary at teachers' meetings, to
collect student teacher reports, etc.
Working a half-day at the administration
office, lVIrs. Ruby Skaggs flower rightb fills
the role of lVlrs. Crawley's secretary.
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Page 56 text:
Giving Assistance, Gaining
Experience: . .
Girls serving as office pages were Paula Morton, Debbie Thomas, Claudia Wimmer, Car-
la Knafel, Laura Walburn, Sandy Smith, Carol Lanning, Nena Evans, Judy Rector, Su-
sie Cox, Patty Petro, Carolyn Walker, Cathy Doolittle, Marilyn South, and Amber
Students not only enjoy the benefits of a smooth
running school, but also do their fair share in making
it so. Boys and girls give up their study periods to help
each day in various departments which need assist-
Besides collecting attendance cards, the office
pages are kept busy answering the phone, typing, and
operating the mimeograph and liquid duplicator ma-
Guidance office aids perform such duties as run-
ning errands, operating the addressograph, filing, and
typing for teachers.
Nena Evans hikes around the halls
collecting attendance cards.
Guidance office aids were Jonna Cole
and Tiny Hankins, seated, Gearldine
Carroll, Beverly Neal, Gaye Franklin,
Carol Cook, Jennifer Lykins, Carolyn
Bradburn, Shirlene Nay, Anita Haynes,
and Linda Harvey.
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