|THE GROVE COMET||59th YEAR||FINAL EDITION||VOLUME 6|
Section Three ~ Page 1
PRESIDENT: DAVID HUTSON
The Final NHS
|GROVE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, 1969 - Flanked by the members of the 1968 chapter and the faculty advisors, the new members of NHS are pictured holding the traditional lighted candle as the impressive induction service closes.|
Fifteen new members were recently inducted into the National Honor Society in an impressive candlelight ceremony in the school auditorium. Larry Gibson narrated the program with Dorothy Darby, Patty Sonka, Wendy Schaal, and Rita Whitfield explaining the four main points-Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service-considered in choosing members. After a short address by Mr. Underwood these new members were escorted to the stage: Seniors-Rita Bamett, Angie Caldwell, John Jones, Patsy McDaniel, Kay Odom, Amy Routon, and Helen Wyatt; Juniors-Sarah Dunlap, Cindy Hamlet, Kathy Killebrew, Linda Moreland, Mike Noss, Beverly.
|Senior Sponsors At A Glance
Mr. Max French attended high school at the Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Virginia. After receiving his B. A. degree from Union University, and his M. A. degree from Murray State, he started teaching at Grove, and has been here five years.
Mrs. Catherine Hopkins hails from Henry, where she graduated from HIGH SCHOOL. She attended Murray State, UT at Martin, and received her B. S. degree from Bethel College and her M. A. from Peabody College. She has taught at Grove fifteen years.
Miss Aline Lowry graduated from high school in Hot Springs, Arkansas. She attended Tennessee College for Women, Peabody Library School, and Columbia University. Miss Lowry notes that in the twenty years she has been at Grove, she has taught with seventy-five different teachers.
Miss Barbara Clark comes to Grove from McKenzie. After graduating from high school there, she received her B. A. degree from Bethel College and her M. A. degree from Peabody. Although she has been at Grove only seven years, Miss Clark says, "I am amazingly more attached to Grove than to my own alma mater."
Honor of having taught at Grove longer than any other member of the present faculty - twenty seven years, Miss Cook received her A. B. degree from Judson and her M.A. from
|Future Farmers 'Emerge As State
Winners And National Contenders
The Paris FFA Chapter has been very busy competing in district and state competition though out the school year.
Teams have competed in. many different areas and fields of agriculture and agricultural improvement, such as the live-stock, dairy, parliamentary law, skills contest, also public speaking and saying the creed. Last but not least is the Land Judging Team consisting of Mike Wimberly, Gary Swayne, Jim Cullivan and John Jones. These four FFA members competed on the district level, winning 1st place, went on to the West Tennessee level and when winning that went to the State Contest March 28th and got 2nd place.
On Sunday morning April 27 the team, along with their ad-visor, Mr. Leon Henderson, traveled to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to compete in the National Land Judging contest.
This year the chapter added three honorary members to the chapter. These are Miss Barbara Clark, Miss Aline Lowry and Mr. Glenn Elkins. Miss Clark and Miss Lowry have been very helpful to us in assisting- us to
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