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of 193 7 Andrew Lewis High School News I N the spring of 1933 the Andrew Lewis High School News had its beginning with Dorothy Garst (now Mrs. Max Murray) as editor. Successive editors-in-chief since then have been Elmore Hood and Walter Gottschalk, joint editors for 1933- 34; Opal Craun, editor for 1934-35; John Thornton, editor for 1935-36; and Albert Snapp, the present editor. Previous to the year 1933, Salem High School had published from time to time a newspaper known as The Oracle. Since 1933, the year Andrew Lewis was opened to students, through the courtesy of Mr. J. H. Thornton, publisher of the Salem Times-Register, the High School News has had a page in the Salem paper. During the present year the publication of the newspaper has been carried on as an extra curricular project in school journalism. Albert Snapp. Editor-in-Chief Carl Gottschalk, Lucille Hood, Jon ] Longaker, Margaret Trent, Mary ) . Assistant Editors Elizabeth Welsh, Carroll Wood Jno. H. Snapp. Facility Adviser Brand, Cabell Bruce, Dorothy Darden, Alma Fagg, Polly Grubb, Hazel REPORTORIAL STAFF Halder, Jane Hoover, Shirley Jones, Aminee Kime, Barbara Middleton, Elizabeth McGrady, Lillie Ann Patton, Mary Price, Mary Frances Richmond, Peyton White, Marvin White, Nell 47
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THE PIONEER Editing The Pioneer A LARGER number of students have participated in the editing of The Pioneer this year than ever before. Although this innova¬ tion has required more diligent leadership, the advisers feel that it has not only helped to make our annual more thoroughly representative of the entire school but has also made the publishing of The Pioneer a more worthwhile school activity in that valuable training and experience has been proffered to more individuals in the four classes. In an attempt to keep our Memory Book from becoming stereo¬ typed, some change has been made in lay-out and typography. Several new features were also initiated in order to furnish more interesting material for both students and faculty. Ten representatives of the annual attended the Southern Inter¬ scholastic Press Convention in Lexington, November 20th and 21st. This was one of the most enjoyable activities of the year. Many new ideas were brought back from Mr. Lubersky’s conferences. Alma Darden. Editor-in-Chief Lucille Hood. A ctivities Editor Carroll Wood. Photograph Editor John Bernard. Sports Editor Shirley Hoover. Art Editor Mary Welsh. Senior Editor Mac Hough. Junior Editor Helen Chewning. . .Sophomore Editor Betty Peters. Freshman Editor ASSISTANTS Hoover, J. Higginbotham, M. S. Wilfong, J. A. Gottschalk, C. Halder, J. Folk, E. Peery, G. Snapp, A. Broyles, T. West, E. L. Price, M. F. Wilbourne, M. Johnson, A. Jones, A. Pierpont, N. Jonas, R. Phinney, F. White, N. Wood, H. Saul, B. Ross, O. Baker, T. Atkinson, M. Powers, J. Spiggle, J. Dennis, A. Patton, M. Brubaker, J. Lathan, P. Myers, L. Maxwell, G. Mrs. Taylor Turner. . Adviser Miss Margaret Wright. Adviser Mrs. Katherine H. Early . Adviser Sibyl Stump 1 Jon Longaker j . Scribes Margaret Trent j Hazel Hall° M } . Preston Graves. . .Business Manager Betsey Wiley. .. .Circulation Manager Carey Breithaupt . Advertising Manager ■4 46
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—L A t K a r ; — PLAY 3-no SENIOR White West Hall Welsh McCallum Wood Hood Graves Pierpont Longaker A Resume of Dramatics A NOTHER SPRING” promises to be a fitting climax to the successful school life of the Class of 1937. The romantic drama, written by Priscilla Wayne and Wayne Sprague, carries throughout its pages a beautiful theme—a charming story which begins with a prologue in the Revolutionary period, runs excitingly through three acts in the present time, and—with the final curtain—leaves the audience a delightful outlook on the future and something to re¬ member in the past. Although the roles are more difficult than any yet attempted, they will be well interpreted, and well portrayed by a talented group. This year marks the fifth anniversary in the history of the senior play at Andrew Lewis— opening with ‘‘The Importance of Being Earnest” in the spring of 1932, followed by ‘‘A Prince There Was,” ‘‘Wedding Bells,” and “ Officer 666.” The casts of each of these played to capacity crowds, their work being highly acclaimed. In December of 1935 the custom of presenting a play at Chris tmas time was inaugurated with the production of Charles Dickens’ ‘‘Christmas Carol.” In 1936 a beautiful interpretation of “Christopher’s Candle” was given by Billy Robertson, Preston Graves, Helen Chewning, Lucille Hood, Aminee Jones, Rebecca Yeatts, Hugh Gresham and Jane Haider. On each occasion the students responded well to a silver offering as a Christmas gift to the school. The dramatic work is under the direction of Emily Lorraine Raynor.
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