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    Plans For Graduation Made Final
Plans for graduation, including
parties, receptions, and reminis
cing climaxed with the solemn
ceremony symbolizing the com
pletion of high school, have been
completed with the final an
nouncement of dates.
The beginning of the end is
scheduled for May 19 at the
Faculty Tea. The Seniors will
gather at the Alumnae House of
the University of North Carolina
at Greensboro for this affair.
Cla?s Day, with the annual
pageant followed by a swimming
party at Lindley Park Pool, will
be May 28. Climaxing Class Day
is the Prom which will begin at
8:30 in the boys’ gym.
Speaking at the Vespers Serv
ice, on May 30 is the Reverend
Joe Garrison, minister at the
Presbyterian Church of the Cove
nant, serving since 1945 as its
Active in many civic organiza
tions, including the Greensboro
Council o-n Alcoholism, Reverend
Garrison has authored two books
entitled Heads Up for College
and Undei^tanding Books of the
New Testament, “The Gospels.”
Before coming to Greensboro,
Reverend Garrison was the Pres
byterian University Pastor at the
University of Missouri and pastor
of the First Presbyterian Church
in Columbia, Missouri. He was
also named the Director of Stu
dent Work for the General As
sembly of the Pl*esbyterian
Church and has served as an
exchange pastor with the Queen’s
Cross Church in Aberdeen, Scot
A North Carolina native, Rev
erend Robert L. Moore, will de
liver the address for graduation.
Reverend Moore is the present
Minister of Youth at the West
Market Street Methodist Church
where he is responsible for Jun
ior High Senior High and Col
lege youth.
While at Duke University, where
he studied classical Greek, Rev
erend Moore was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa and Eta Sigma Phi,
a national honorary fraternity for
outstanding scholarship in the
study of languages.
Reverend Moore acts as Chap
lain of the Junior Chamber of
Commerce of which he is a
member and advises the Grims-
ley Senior High Huddle Group
of the Fellowship of Christian
GHS Teens Involved In
Youth Week Highlights
Greensboro’s first Youth Week is now a part of history. It swept over the city enabling teen
agers to hold city council positions, honor “Youths of the Day”, and stage their own carnival.
Kicking off Youth Week, a banquet was held on Saturday, April 24. Mayor David Schenck
presented Grhnsley’s Dick Levy, Y.C.C.A. chariman, with the key to the city.
Thursday, April 29, marked the mock city council meeting held in the Council Chamber of
Municipal Building. Included on the slate of councilmen were Grimsley’s Eddie Farthing as
city manager; Stuart George, parks and recreation planning; Anne Brown, police chief; and
Tim Frye, citizen at large.
WCOG, were Whirlies Ann Hobbs,
Among the resolutions passed
by the junior city council was
the unanimously accepted “Jo-
Anne Taylor Day” honoring the
YCCA advisor on Saturday May
1. Miss Taylor was presented
with an engraved plaque.
Thursday was also proclaimed
Merchant Day and among the
winners of the many drawings
which were broadcasted over
who won a $10 gift certificate
from Jewell Box; Ellen Coble, who
won a $10 gift certificate from
Montaldo’s; and Kit Abbitt, who
received a pair of shoes from
Other GHS winners were Larry
Jones, who received a Villager
from Brownhill’s; and Gay Flynn,
who will be given a permanent at
Results Of Student Elections
President — Steve Cumbie
Vice-President — Tim Weikel
Secretary — Bryant Holsenbeck
Treasurer — Nancy Richbourg
Traffic Chief — Tom Roos
Youth Recreatio-n Council Chairman—Mary Nelle Smith ||
Pep Board Chairman — Martha Smith p
President — John McNairy ||
Vice-President — Ken Maddrey |i
Secretary — Margie Israel ^
Treasurer — Susan Lashley |i;
Becky Ball Huttie Kent ||
Gigi Cooper Janice Sprinkle ||
Lynnie Frierson Ellen Taylor |i
Penny Armistead Nancy Penfield ||
Sallie Fulkerson Lari Powell
Corrie Hutton Jack Whitley ^
President — Jim Blackwood 'M.
Vice-President — Craig Souza ||
Secretary — Jane Murray il
Treasurer — Anne Landsberger M
Ginger Cory S
Carol Crocker 1
David Nickell ^
Susan Odenwall M
Ronnie Smith p
Curtis Weaver ^
Maleta Wilkinson P
Jeanne Bennett
Ruth Dance ^
Sally English ^
Connie Giles M
Pat Hammers ||
Jean Thomley P
Jean Weeks ||
the Greensboro Beauty School.
Greensboro’s “Youths of the
Day” included eight GHS lead
ers: Tommy Cannon, Steve Cum
bie, Judy Elstrom, David Grimes,
Carol Bowen, Cynthia Wharton,
Jimmy Wilkins, and Chuck Men
The finale of Youth Week, the
Teen-age Carnival, included scores
of booths run by school service
clubs, three stage shows, includ
ing Joe Coleman’s magic act,
clowns, food, and the big snake
The week has been proclaimed
|; by everyone as “a real success.”
P It is now hope of the YCCA to
|| establish a permanent junior city
|| council, and, of course, to begin
II plans for a 1966 Youth Week.
Cindy Richey and Don How
ard were honored on April 28
by the North Carolina Fed
eration of Women’s Clubs for
outstanding art work.
At a banquet held in Char
lotte, Cindy was presented a
$50 check for the second place
and Don Howard received $25
for taking third place. The
conipetition was held in high
schools through-out North
The Reverend Joe Garrison
The Reverend Robert L. Moore
Board of Editors To Head
1966 Whirligig Production
No sooner are the last pages of a yearbook sent to be printed,
when the first pages of the next yearbook are penciled in on
the layout sheets by a new, enthusiastic staff. So is the case
The 1966 Board of Editors, as named by Miss Virginia Pow
ell, advisor, will consist of Janine Webster, Managing Editor;
Susan Lashley, Literary Editor; Kathy Hutton, Layout Editor;
Jean MacFarland, Art Editor; and Joyce Robinson, Business
Assisting the Board in the pro-
Six Whirlies Chosen
For Governor’s School
Grimsley High School once
again showed it was Greensboro’s
number one school, as six Whirl
ies were among the thirteen stu
dents chosen for the 1965 Gov
ernor’s School. Page offered five
candidates and Smith two.
Delegates from GHS are Mi
chelle Hoyman, dance; Ellen Kay,
Drama; Charleen Pyron, Orches
tra; Sue Swart, Orchestra; Cyn
thia Speas, History; and Hardin
Matthews, Biology.
Grimsley was honored in hav
ing five students selected, for
only 387 out of 3,000 applicants
are finalists. The 1965 session
begins June 12 and ends August
Those chosen from the aca
demic fields are determined by a
combination of I. Q, scores,
teacher’s ratings, and the num
ber of courses taken in a particu
lar field
Fine arts students are select
ed on the basis of talent. By the
end of the eight weeks session,
each student will have completed
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duction of the 1966 WHIRLIGIG
will be Jan Petrehn, Activities
Editor, and her assistants Martha
Fenn and Reeta Lewis; Barbara
Henderson, Photography Editor;
Austin Lybrand, Sports Editor;
and Susan Breger, Faculty Editor-
Organizing the individual stu
dent pictures section of the book
will be Stephanie Smith and Pat^
Lauten, Senior Editors; Karen
Filipski and Karen Rubin, Junior
Editors; and Sophomore Editors
who have not yet been named.
Completing the staff are Linda
Sharon, assistant Business Editor;
and Bob Fjeld and Pat Martin,.
Engraving Editors.
Meanwhile the first pages of
the 1965 WHIRLIGIG have been
printed and, according to Co-
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