Vicki at SHS

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Vicki at SHS - 1968 'Roaring Twenties' Theme Of Festival 11...
1968 'Roaring Twenties' Theme Of Festival 11 Girls Seek May Queen Title At SHS Eleven pretty girls are candidates for the May Queen title at Stoco High School. The 15th Annual May Festival will be held Friday, May 10 at 8 p.m. Queen candidates are Linda Bolen, Judith Smith, Brenda Thompson, Patricia Webb, Donna Cox, Diana Taylor, Lorraine Walker, Kathy Atwood, .loann Griffin, Vicky Gills and Phyllis Carpenter. Linda is the daughter of Sir. and Mrs. Quincy Bolen ol Josephine. She attends Bcsoco Methodist Church and is a member of the Pep Club, and secretary of the Camera Club. Linda is a member of the annual staff and has been a band member for six years. Reigning as Miss Stoco this year, she is also one of the nine finalists for the prom court. She will be escorted by Allen Bell who is the son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell of Rhodell. Judith is a member of the band, glee, pep and camera clubs and the annual staff. She has been a majorette for five years and has participated in the May Festival two years. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Coal City. Judi will be escorted by Gary Eskins, (lie son of Mrs. Beulah Eskins of Jonben. Brenda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Thompson o£ Epperly. She is a member of the pep club and will be escorted by Lewis Shumate, son of Jfr. and Mrs. Charles Shumate, Coal City. Patricia Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb of Whitby. She attends the Wliitby Methodist Church and is a member of the National Honor Society. She is a candidate for the annual queen and is one of the prom finalists. Patti will b« escorted by Thomas Meadows, son of Mrs. Dorothy Hargus of Fireco. Donna attends the Frinccwick Baptist Church and is a member of the senior annual staff, pep, camera, and glee clubs and the Future Homemakers of America. She serves as secretary of the senior class. Donna served as an attendant to "Miss Stoco" and is a candidate for the annual queen and one of the nine finalists for prom queen. Her escort will be Stanley Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wood of East Gulf. Diana is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oie Lee Taylor of Josephine. She attends Joseplu'ne Baptist Church and is a member of the pep and camera clubs. She was a member of the band three years and an alternate majorette two years. She is also a fi- fnalist for prom queen. ' Her escort will be Billy Keaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keaton of Ghent. Lorraine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker of Ghent and attends the Egeria Baptist Church. She is a member of the Spanish club and the National Honor Society. She is -a prom queen finalist. She will be escorted by Kenny Heed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reed of Odd. Kathy serves on the annual and newspaper staffs and is a member of the camera club. She is a flag girl and a member of the Raleigh County chorus. Kathy is also president of the pep club, secretary-treasurer of the band and vice-president of (lie glee club. She is a finalist for prom queen. Her escort will be Lloyd Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Smory H. Campbell of Glen Morgan. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Griffin, East Gulf, Joan attends the East Gulf Tabernacle Baptist Church where she is a junior teacher in Sunday school, a member of the junior church and the junior usher board. Joan is president of the book club, chairman of class sections on the annual staff, and a member of the pep, camera and glee clubs. She will be escorted by Jerome Austin of Fircco, Vicky is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Gills of Coal City. Slip is a member of the glee and pep clubs and the annual and newspaper staffs. She is head twirler and attended Thurman Baton and Dancing School for four years placing first in 1867 in baton solo. Sha was selected for all- county band, is president of the band and secretary of the glee club. Vicky will be escorted by Jerry Lambert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lambert of Bcsoco. Phyllis served as an attendant to "Miss Stoco" and is coeditor of the school newspaper and a member of the National Honor Society. She participated in the all-county chorus and attends the Coal City Community Church. Her escort will be Roger Shrews-berry the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Shrewsberry of Coal City. The "Roaring Twenties" will be the theme of the program which will consist of dance numbers, musical selections and skits. 'he queen will be crowned by the queen for 1967, Miss Candy White. CYPRUS NEGOTIATIONS ANKARA, Turkey (UPI)-Turkish and Greek Cypriots will open talks on the future of the Turkish community on Cyprus some time this month in Naples, diplomatic sources said Tliursday. The sources said the dale would be announced next week in Nicosia. Fairly to he --auto manufacturers, food com- anies, soft drinks, record play- rs, musical instruments, de- lartment stores, bathing suils, ven a beauty college. Teen Fads-Next Week's Topic ''Teen-age Fads: Groovy or Uptight?" was the forum tonic of the week in the April issue of Senior Scholastic Magazine. According (o the magazine teens themselves have differing views of clothing fads: Some think they're "groovy"--the way to be THE NATIONAL KCPORT OH WHAT'S HAPPENING Guru Not So New-ru: Hippies still happing all over the place to embrace transcendental meditation, spiritual quietude and inner peace! Hindu philosophy really "with it" and to get the most out of life. Others disagree, arguing (hat teens today should have more serious tilings on their minds than rock and mti's. Teen fads, they say, have lliem "uptight" all the time. What is your opinion? such as Kingo and Mrs. Ringo plus Mia Farrow -- seemed to agree. For certain, they bailed out of the Maharishi's Himalayan DIANA TAYLOR PHYLLIS CARPENTER

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  1. Beckley Post-Herald The Raleigh Register,
  2. 05 May 1968, Sun,
  3. Page 12

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