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Faculty & Staff
thespians feature . . .
..."the Five Dollar Bill"
Mr. O'Neal from Danville Technical Institute emphasizes a point to the student and parent.
Mr. DeLong from Madison explains entrance requirements ti Wilson students.
Miss Georgianna Woodhouse, Guidance Director.
Averett Cottege representative has an attentive audience.
This representative was not able to be identified.
The Forum's annual bake sale again proves successful.
Mrs. Carter and parents apparently have no problems at this point.
Coach Holley and parent discuss grading system.
Mr. Price and patrons part on a serious note.
Mrs. Determeyer and parent are probably discussing grades.
Mrs. Brady has found someone in agreement with her.
"Get up! Get up!"
"Anybody for an early morning swim?"
"Belt her out, Ralphie!"
"I'm the guy that'll succeed"
"Mother, there's something here I don't understand."
"Watch him, Don!"
"I'm a kid, but I'm not!"
CURTAIN CALL: Belinda Martin, Lonnie Solomon, Pat Kreger, Paul Hurdle, Mary Beth Alexander, Joe Mayes, Roger Doyel, Pat Willis, Ronnie Ottavio , Eddie Culpepper, Sara Levinson, Martha Flammia
Cast of Characters
Mrs. Moore Mary Beth Alexander
The Major Paul Hurdle
Ralph Joe Mayes
Don Lonnie Solomon
Virginia Pat Kreger
Charlie Ronnie Ottavio
Ed Eddie Culpepper
Jeff Roger Doyel
Ruthie Martha Flammia
Jane Sara Levinson
Ann Pat Willis
Sister Belinda Martin
Accord ian Music by Cynthia Borrill
Organ Music by Judy White
Director Mrs. Marijo Brady
Student Director Janie Sykes
S.C.A. gang puts the finishing touches on the school tree in the cafeteria.
The Mixed Chorus preformance was well received!
The marching down the aisle with the baskets
Everyone was impressed by the baskets decorated and fixed by the homerooms.
Mr. Ruzek, S.C.A. president Tommy Buck, and Joe Mayes go over last minute details before assembly.
The basket line slows down temporarily!
"That's the one I'd pick for first place!"
Salvation Army representative presents plaque to Mary Jo Wallace.
Triple Trio presentation was also a highlight of the assembly.
Joe Mayes served as narrator for the program
Mr. Ruzek puts the band through its paces!
Miss Watson directs the vocal portion of the program!