Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA)

 - Class of 1932

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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Harvey Sears Though we have teased Harvey outrageously during his high school career, he has taken it all like the good sport he is. The class of ’32 will never forget you, Harvey, and sends its best wishes with you for a life time of happiness. Art Club ’28-’29. Katie Elizabeth Sears Katie is an all around good sport, a loyal worker, and a faithful friend in time of trouble or need. Salem High will miss her, but she will be able to look back over her days there, and note her success. Lucky the person whose nurse she’ll be. Vice President Art Club ' 28-’29; President Girl Re¬ serves ’30-’31; Treasurer of Junior Class; President Girl Reserves ’31—’32; End Ball and Baseball Team (captain) 28—’29; President Senior Home Room. James Edward Shank “ Ed ” is one of our favorites. In spite of “ Ed’s ” wisecracks he has a pretty level head. He is always ready to help somebody along and we know that if he keeps this quality he will go far in life. Science Club ’29-’30; Assistant Manager Basket Ball ’31; Manager of Football ’31-’32; Wolverine Newspaper Staff ’31-’32. Margaret Helen Shoffner I think even the dumbest of us will admit that it’s grand to have brains and that’s what Margaret has. Lot’s of them too because she surely shines in her classes. May your sojourn be always on the hilltops of life, Margaret. Flower Club ’28-’29; Girl Reserves ’30-’31. Mary Agnes Sites None could keep from liking Mary Agnes with her jolly smile and kind words for all. Her plans for the future are not known, but her disposition will assure success. The class of ’32 sends with you its very best wishes, Mary Agnes. Gift Shoppe Club ’28-’29; Flower Club ’28- ' 29; Secre¬ tary Literary Society ’29-’30; Botany Club ’30-’31; Bible Club ’31. 4 24 } k O ► o k O M O I I.’M 1 lol £ f 5 % I (V ' ' T O V (► £ i o o vyyy

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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Howard Price Howard’s prominence in athletics and happy- go-lucky ways have made him one of our most popular Seniors. His witty remarks and thorough good heartedness have made him many friends who join in wishing him the best of success and happiness in life. Football ’29-’30- ' 31; Baseball ' 29- ' 30-’31; Track ' 32; Monogram Club ’28-’29, ’29- ' 30, ’30- ' 31. ' 3t-’32; Kanga¬ roo Club ’28—’29; Science Club ’29-’31; Biology Club ’29-’31. Margaret Elizabeth Rettinger Margaret is known throughout Salem High by her snapping, “naughty but nice,” black eyes. She has stood high in all her classes and has taken an active part in extra-curricula work. We do not know what you have planned for the future, Margaret, but the best of luck to you! Gift Shoppe Club ’28-’29; Home Economics Club ’29-31. Verna Rhodes An all-round better girl than “Pat” can not be found. Without her the Literary Society would have been lost and she has added much to many other phases of our high-school life. Her perser- verence and versatility have been an example for all of us and if she retains these qualities through life, her success is assured. Mythology Club ’28- ' 29; Literary Society ’29- ' 30. ’30-’31; Debating Team ’29-’30. ’30- ' 31, ’31-’32; Presi¬ dent of Reading Club ' 30—’31; President of Literary So¬ ciety ’31-’32; Girl Reserves ’3t-’32. Dennis Ray Richardson Did you ever see such white hair? And as a counter question, did you ever see such brains beneath any hair? Although he never studies that we can see, the high grades keep rolling in. What a life! What a man! Greer Robertson If ever you need a friend indeed, go to Greer. Greer has been a great help to us all during our high school career; and has shown his loyalty to our school whenever the occasion presented itself. Football Manager ’31; Treasurer Monogram Club ’31- ' 32; Hi-Y Club ' 32; Manager Wolverine Newspaper Staff ' 31; Assistant Editor Wolverine Annual Staff ’31; Science Club ’28-’29; Student Council ’29- ' 30-’31. 4 23 }■



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WOLVERINE 19 3 2 Nancy Bunting Smiley Black curly hair, dancing blue eyes and we know it’s Nancy. Her pleasing personality has made her many friends among both the student body and the faculty. Class of ’32 wishes you much luck, Nancy. Vice President of Mythology Club ’28-’29; Girl Re¬ serves ’30-’31; Latin Club ’29-’30. Nellie Ethel St. Clair When Nellie’s dark brown eyes look up in math class with that thoughtful expression one almost holds his breath, ’cause you know that in a moment Nellie will know the solution to that “unsolveable” problem. May you be able to solve all problems of life just as easy, Nellie. Home Ec. Club ’28-’29, ' 29-’30; Latin Club ’29; Liter¬ ary Society ’29-’30; Bible Club ’31-’32. Elizabeth Leighton Stevenson The world would be a poor place indeed, Elizabeth, if there were no girls like you in it, for it’s the person that thinks of others who makes the day seem brighter and the sky bluer. Our earnest wish is happiness for a dear little, sweet little girl. Latin Club ’30-’31; Secretary of Latin Club ’31- ' 32; Girl Reserves ’30—’31; Glee Club ’30-’31. Frank Stinnette Frank came to us from Bedford only this year but he has certainly made a name for himself. He is very popular, especially with the fairer sex, so if you’ve wondered at the worried look he usually has, cease your speculation! Only “be careful,” Frank, and don’t become ensnared before you have started on your successful career. Helen Newman Stump Helen is one of our most attractive students and is known everywhere by her good natured determi¬ nation. Helen has a tendency to spend her week¬ ends at Catawba, we wonder what the attraction may be; possibly horseback riding. Here’s luck to you, Helen! Secretary Mythology Club ’28-’29; Girl Reserves ’28-’29, ’30-’31, ’31 — ’32; Wolverine Staff ’31; Orchestra ’31; Literary Society ’31-’32. «g{ 25 }C Hr’V ' V’V w ' ▼

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