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---Bill Gardner, Donald Gardner, Earl Phillips, Gerald
Fulp, Bill Combs, Lawrence Viney, John Miller.
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John Winieske, Buford sones, Max Burbidge.
---Jerry Burbidge, Junior Robbins, Jim Wilks, Charles
Donica, Glen Owens, Eugene Burleson, Junior Herndon.
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2130 CH .
First Row: Imogene Jones, Louie Potter, Jimmy Michel, Rayma
I e Heath, Delagene Davis, Mary Ann Dowdy, Max Cherry. Second
Row: Rex Thurman, Raymond Sullivan, Gene Ross, Lawrence Jones
Charlene Keas, Mary Anna rfhxwell, Alberta Lovett. ,Third Row
Edward Potter, Leon Feucett, Mary Jo Lamaster, Beverly Eherr
Merle Thurman, Leila Faucett, Mary Elizabeth Clopton. Fourth
Row: Dick Oglesby, Cecil Ozbun, Bill Lawson, Harold Kbdffif
Eifleuee Levine, Carl Hazel, John Donica, T. J. Hobson, Helen
In the fall of l9L0 a program of vocational training
was initiated which was designed to train youth in many
ocdhpations. The plan provides for student learners,
over sixteen years of age, to be given an opportunity to
learn their chosen occupations through a cooperative
arrangement between the school and employer. They learn
by working one alt or each school day in the occupation
.and spending the other half ln school. Both the school
and the employer contribute to this training-the employer
by teaching the necessary occupational skills and the
school by teaching the technical information of the trade
or occupation. Each student enrolls ln the-course 'Tech
nioal and Related Arts,' in which the technical and general
related material regarding the occupation are taught. Two
unite of credit may be earned toward graduation
This year the D 0 Club ls organized with Max Cherry
as raeulty adviser. The officers of the club are: Presl
de t, Rayma June Heathg Vice-president, Jimmy Michel:
Secretary, Marietta Levineg Treasurer, Leila Faucettg
e Parllamentarian, Bill Lawson, and Sargent-at-arms, John
Donica. ' ,
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lst row Shirley Gray, Virginia Willoock, Jereldine Justice, Wilma
Jean Lusk, Loraine Dunning, Leota Faye Dowdy, Willa Jean Hale,
Edna Mae Heath, Georgenna Pllkenton, Edna Mae Bond, Mona Lou Cope,
Dorothy-Carter, Louise Eaton, Bonnie Dowell.
2nd row--Lois Smith, Dore Lou Cline, Martha Lou Wise, Ina mae
,Thurman, Delores Atkinson, Dorothy Paohlhofer, Mary Ellen Cope,
Elsie Mae Williams, Wanda Horner, Anna Margaret Seburn, Dorothy
Murphy, Geraldine Sumnera
3rd row--Misa Matthews, Roberta Stewart, Nancy Williams, Genevieve
Saunders, Helen Pachlhofer, Betty Portertield, Norma Jean Hutchin-
son, Lucille Owens, Mary Ella Strain, Anna Marie Moriondo, Louise
Lth row--Dolly Love Davis, Marie Pease, Helen Ellis, Margaret Jane
Rey, Ruth Ash, Estelle Elliott, Pauline Engler Hoover, Gladys Jean
Huae, Phyllis Johnston, Helen Wallace ,
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