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

 - Class of 1934

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THE PIONEER OF 1934 Senior Class History We, the Class of ’34, are pioneers. Just as the adventurous pioneers of old sailed from the Old World to the New, we have passed from the old Salem High School to the new Andrew Lewis High School. The voyage required four stormy years in which we learned to look to our captain, Air. House, and the crew, the Faculty, for support and guidance. Before our first semester was over and when we were getting used to the rigors of high school life, our high school was partially destroyed by fire, and so, for the rest of the school term, we went to school without a school, using College Avenue as our campus. As Sophomores we entered the renovated Salem High School in the fall of ’32. Despite the crowded condition of the high school and the knowledge that the word, “Sophomore,” meant “wise fools,” we worked faithfully on toward our ultimate goal, graduation. In ’33 we again entered the old building, but, as Juniors and with the vision of the new high school building ever before us to spur us on to greater efforts. Then in ’34 we entered the new Andrew Lewis building with modern equipment for study and recreation at our disposal and with the knowledge that we, as pioneers, would be the first class to graduate from Andrew Lewis. The last-minute rush is almost over, the announcements have been mailed, the Senior play is under way, and Commencement Day is just ahead, when we shall leave the care and guidance of Air. House and the Faculty to embark upon the seas of life. Alay we, the Class of ’34, realize our obligation to the Faculty and to the School to carry out the traditions and honor of Andrew Lewis as we journey through life, whatever our separate paths and ways may be. To you, the Class of ’35, we hand this flickering torch of knowledge, be it yours to hold high to guide those classes yet to come. { 36



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THE PIONEER OF 1934 Senior Class Prophecy [Excerpts from the Diary of Bill Joyner, found in the Year of iqSJ] June i, 1947 Hello There: I spent a wonderful day in New York with old Pete Burch, who, by the way, is holding down first base for the Yanks, and we ha d many things to talk about as we visited many of the old Salem High School boys and girls. As we walked up Broadway he pointed out to me a blazing sign which read, “Charlotte Fishburne to Appear To-day in Person.” Yes, I met her, a famous actress now. A little further up the street we met Garland Ferris, still dressed as though he were a fashion model. Roy Beamer, I understand, is doing the strong man act in the vaudeville. Glenn Black is a leading minister up here while Archie Booth is a famous pianist. Burger Byrd is a surgeon in Johns Hopkins Hospital and Eileen Argabright has charge of the Baby Department there. Harry Branum is making good down in Jersey and in the same town Mark Faville and Arthur Brubaker are leading commercial artists. Milton Fitzpatrick has written several volumes of poetry. Alvin Dunahoo has a large farm in the southern part of the country. Lucy Dent is married and living happily. Ken Fankhouser is still courting and driving around in large cars. Elizabeth Brown is a school teacher. George Bowman is still the home-town merchant. Luke Pillis and Russ Philpott are generals in the army and J. B. Brown is also some big shot there. Juanita Loope is the head Latin teacher in New York University. Polly Ferguson is teaching music in the same place. James Agner is a school teacher and in the same school. Charlie Baltimore is athletic director. Lawrence Bain is a popular radio star. Kathleen Goodwin is the head of a cooking school. Clara Bruce has now opened her interior decorating school on Park Avenue. Lucile White is playing the big organ in the Paramount Theatre in New York City. Bobby Doughman is now the champion tennis player. Ed Hale, true to form, is trying to fill Ziegfeld’s shoes. Luther Loope is now a football coach in V irginia. Carlton Gresham is playing the violin in the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. Gray Sowder is a large automobile manufacturer. Mary Whitesell and Frances Robertson are in the beauty parlor business. Eugene Rowell owns a night club. Mont Junkin is the owner of a beer concern and is living on Broad Street, in Salem, Virginia. Walton Dyer and Richard Guy are owners of the Roanoke- Washington Air Line. Virginia Guernsey is hostess on one of the airships. Norma Wigington is showing her heels on Broadway with Dorothy Hatcher. Moyer Heslep is coaching baseball at a high school in Tennessee. Billy Jones and Robert Hurt are running a garage. Thelma Lovern, Ruby Manning, and Mary Maxey are teaching school. Stuart Givens is an automobile manufacturer. Mildred Kidd is a social worker. Wallace and Winfred Garst are owners of a large orange grove in Florida. Eglenna Foster is a nurse in a large hospital. Dorothy Garden is the big lady and pianist in a musical show. Alice Garland is an expression teacher in Chicago. Joe Hayes is a big lumber man. Pearl Henry is a church worker. Helen Huffman is married to a hotel manager. Dorothy James is a Home Economics teacher and Dorothy Jennings is her able assistant. Nellie Kelch is quite a popular secretary. Edith Lannigan fulfilled her long ambition by marrying a millionaire. Jim Lester is a big electrician. Sallie Little is also a nurse. Louise McGhee is doing social reform work. Robert McGhee owns a large farm in Western Virginia. Furman Martin is a math teacher. William Moomaw is an aviator. Lillian Mondie and Ethel Moore are Red Cross workers. Elizabeth Moran and Virginia Pilcher own a beauty salon. Grace Musselman is a famous dancer. Milton Overstreet and Kermit Compton are chemists. Alberta Poff is married and stil l living in Salem. Mary Powell is a school teacher and Bee Price is a basket ball coach. Howard Snead is in the cigarette business with Frank Sears. Francis Sink is working in a night club. Ruth Stump teaches typing in a high school. Bernard Snyder and James Stanley own a liquor concern. Ruby Prillaman and Hazel Richardson run a boarding house. Ralph Richardson is still tinkering with automobiles. Carlton Ronk is writing wisecracks for a newspaper. Ethelene Reyn¬ olds is teaching French. Merriman Sears is a boxing instructor. William Sowers and Clifton Thomas are aviators. Mary Stuart is married and living happily. Prentiss Tate is a big business man. Barnhardt Taylor is a well known chemist. Blanton Thomas owns a large dairy. Ruth Thomas is quite a prominent 38 }

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