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Two Honor Rolls Released For Six Weeks, Semester At MHS set* of honor tolls, for office* The following were, list the third si*, weeks, and for ed: the ftost semester oft the, 1964*66 FOP the semester, sem'oiis school year, were released Frt-jwere: Bobby Reed. Bill Wassotl, day from the office of Mexia ;Kay Myers, John Wofford\ Mar- High' School: Principal A» Bi Me-!ilyn Ivey, Walter Jackson, Ken- fiay. Students who were eligible to sign the honors lists were requested requested on Thursday and Friday Friday to sign the roster at the heth Ellis, Fred Carringjjjn, Peggy Miller, Tommy Fain, Phyllis Rand. Deborah Caper harb, Johnny Focke, Sonny Ad' ams, Carolyn Thornton, Kathy Jimmy Ross Is Elected Chief For Honor Group Maisen, Jimmy Ross, Karen Coffey, and Carolyn McCuU lough, Juniors were: Gale Hubbard, Cheryl Dillon, Karen Blaylock and Shewie Henderson. Sophomores were Mary Nan Wasson, Larry Evans, Lisle Posey, Posey, Anella Wright, Candyce Copeland, Ronny Ross and John Douthit. Freshmen were Leah Shamblin, Shamblin, Donnie Capehart, Mike Bell and Powell Robinson. For the third six weeks, the [following signed the honor roll from the senior class: Bobby Reed, Bill Wasson, John Wof- Mrs. Jack Ross, was named president of the William Wallace Wallace Mason Jr. Chapter of the National Honor Society, at the ;last recent meeting of the or- •ganization. Other officers elect- jed were Bobby Reed, vice-presi- Ross News • Ross Avenue Elementary wel- ' comes three new students for Hhe second semester. They are Curtis Atkins, John Atkins, and ! Tony Ortiz. The boys •class 2B1. are in ; Seven students received' ; awards for their special ar- 'rangements presented at the er; and Karen Coffey, reporter. Miller"' Fred Carrington, Phyf- In addition to election of of- y s Rg n( ] ) Tommy Fain, Patsy Jimmy Ross, son of Mr. andident; Patsy Fullerton, secreta-,j- orc j Marilyn Ivey Walter Jackson, Karen Coffey, Peggy ry; Norman Archibald, treasur- ficers, members also discussed a variety of business matters, including payment of dues, and the possibility of beginning monthly luncheon meetings. All members who desire to do so were urged to order one of a variety of National Honor Society Society insignias. Those wishing to purchase such an insignia should contact Patsy Fullerton as soon as possible. It was also proposed that at the next meeting of the group, members should discuss various qualities that determine eligibility eligibility for membership in the organization organization — with Johnny Focke discussing scholarship, Norman Archibald speaking on leadership, leadership, Bobby Reed speaking on service, and Fred Carrington Arrant, Clara Gilbert, Deborah Capehart, Johnny Focke, Sonny Adams, Mike Thomas, Kathy Maisen, Karen Coffey, Kay Sellers, Sellers, Jimmy Ross, and Carolyn McCullough. Juniors were Gale Hubbard, Cheryl Dillon, Karen Blaylock, Sherrie Henderson, Hughes Dillard, Dillard, Ann Barham, and Judy Cundieff. Sophomores were Mary Nan Wasson, Larry Evans, Anella Wright, Vicki Adams, Candyce Copeland, Ronny Ross, Sally Robinson, John Douthit and Carolyn Thornton. Freshmen were Leah Shamblin, Shamblin, Donnie Capehart, Mike Bell, Powell Robinson and Jimmy Trotter.

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  1. The Mexia Daily News,
  2. 02 Feb 1965, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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