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

 - Class of 1932

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W O LV E R I N E 19 3 2 Edythe Maude Thomas Quiet and unobtrusive is Edythe, but her very quietness and sweetness stand out from all the more boisterous actions of her fellow classmates. What a lovely little home maker she’ll make some day. Lucky the man whose home her brown eyes and curly locks will adorn. Bird Club ’29- ' 30; Latin Club ’30—’31; Bible Club ' 31-32. Glen Thomas We did not have the good fortune of knowing Glen until this year, but we are exceedingly glad that he came to Salem to complete his education and stand among all the Lords and Ladies of the Senior Class as one of us. Your capability and genuineness assure future success for you, Glen. Raymond Thomas Raymond is a mischievous tease, but we couldn’t do without him. His sparkling eyes and merry grin must have inspired his nickname “Monkey.” “Monkey” is going to be a progressive farmer and we know that he will succeed. Agriculture Club ’27- 28, ’28-’29, ’29-’30. Ruth Marie Thompson Quite friendly and jolly behind a very demure manner, Ruth is a typical Senior, and a fine student. While she will succeed in anything she undertakes, we imagine that she will take up the profession of home making in the near future. Mythology Club ' 28- ' 29; Bible Club ’31-’32. Dorothy Tysor A tender smile, a gentle voice and lots of per¬ sonality—Dot possesses them all. She is very popular with both boys and girls and her wonderful musical talent is admired and envied by all. The class of ’32 wishes you all the happiness in the world, Dot. Gift Shoppe Club ’28-’29; Flower Club ’29-’30; Girl Reserves ’30-’31; Botany ’30-’31. [ 26 }

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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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WOLVERINE " 19 3 2 Elinor Lee Walters Elinor is always laughing and she can make us laugh with her ready wit. Some day we will be proud to have graduated with such a budding young writer for Elinor is noted for her originality. May you succeed, Elinor, and send us a compli¬ mentary copy of your first book. Girl Reserves ' 28-’29; Art Club ’28- ' 29; Literary So¬ ciety ’29-’30. ’31 —’32; Paper Staff ’30-’3I, ' 31-’32; Student Council ’31-’32. Nellie Ruth Webber How proud we are to have “Nell” in our class! Her snappy eyes and brilliant smile have laughed their way into all our hearts. Although she is quiet and petite, she possesses that intangible charm that makes her a general favorite of S. H. S. Treasurer Sophomore Class ’29-’30; Latin Club ’28-’29, ’30—’31; Girl Reserves ’30—’31; Home Room Circulation Manager Wolverine Annual. Damaris Blair Wiley Personality, capability, and danceability all packed into one tiny person—that’s Blair! It doesn’t seem possible that such a small person could do so much, be so well known and so widely liked as Blair, but such is the case. As Valedictorian she leads her class. Valedictorian Class ’32; President Art Club ’28-’29; Student Council ' 29-’30, ’30-’31; Annual Staff ' 31— ' 32; Cheer Leader ’30- ' 31, ' 31- ' 32; Glee Club ’30-’31; Secre¬ tary of Glee Club ’31-’32; Girl Reserves ’28-’29, ’31-’32; Literary Society ’30- ' 31, ’31-’32. Nancy Wilkes A solemn sweet expression, a smile, a suppressed giggle—all are typical of Nancy and all add up to make a lovely little lass. In addition to her lovable qualities, she has her share of brains and has stood high in all four years of her high-school life. Lots of luck in your life’s work, Nancy. Latin Club ’30-’31; Literary Society ' 31- ' 32. Dorothy Jean Williams “Dot’s” good nature and sunny smile have won for her the admiration of her schoolmates. She is always ready to help in every possible way. It is certainly with sincere regret, but with many good wishes that S. H. S. bids “Dot” good-bye. Art Club ’28-’29; Girl Reserves ’28-’29, ’30-’31, ’31-’32; Glee Club ’31-’32; Botany Club ’31-’32. $ 2 T }

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