The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1953 Page: 82
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JO BONNER CLARK
The FTA (Future Teachers of America) Club increased
this year its membership roster from twenty to thirty-five.
The names of eight other membership candidates were
placed on the club's waiting list.
Early this year the FTA Clubs of Texas welcomed the
good news that the Texas State Teachers Association had
set up in its budget for the first time two substantial
scholarship funds, one for FTA boys and one for FTA
girls. This is indeed a forward step in worthy teacher
Our selected projects for the year were assisting in
the organization of an FTA Club in a neighboring town
and participating in the State FTA Sweetheart Contest.
First Row: Billie Sudberry, Viola Hooper. Second Row: Mrs. Parnell. Third Row: Barbara Richards,
Charlie Bond, Nancy Flowers. Fourth Row: Frances Eubanks, Jo Bonner Clark, Gaylia Glidwell, Patsy
Hughes. Fifth Row: Carl Merrell, Marietta Wilkinson, Merla Clark, Annette Burns, Madeline Whatley,
Janice Clark. Sixth Row: James Heinrichs, Charles Shewmake, Claire Cochran, Mary Duren, Nancy
Baucom, Sandra Martin, Gayle Flowers. Seventh Row: Wayne Pemberton, Paul Watson, Jerry Swaner,
Morris Garrett, Bobby Helton, Jimmie McDonald, Micky Allison, Ray Shuford, Walter Thomas.
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