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tstin John Bayse Oneda Gertrude Beckner Wanda Black Jack Blackard B. Margaret Blackard Lary Jane Bliss Bertha Bohon Lillian Virginia Bowman Irene Elizabeth Bradley J. Willard Brubaker WANDA BLACK Latin Club; Girl Reserves, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4 She is a real girl among girls, a very good sport with her many friends, and has a sweet disposition. We shall always remember how the notes peal forth when she plays in assembly. And the college boys, oh well—must we tell? JACK BLACKARD Art Club, 4 Jack has been one of the more outstanding members of our Art Club. He hopes to outdo Vinci when he becomes more trained in his vocation. His hobby, philately (stamp collecting to you), takes up his leisure time and has proved interesting as well as profitable. To our future master artist we ascribe the Louvre with hopes of his, some day, filling it. B. MARGARET BLACKARD Latin Club, 1; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2; Literary, 3; Beta, 4; Dramatic, 4. Margaret is a neat, quiet blond who is always willing to lend a helping hand. She makes splendid grades and still has time for her numerous club duties. Her hobby is that of collecting stamps and her ambition is to own and operate her own kindergarten. Next year she will enter Roanoke College and we are sure our loss will be their gain. Here’s hoping Margaret will be a good school ma’am. MARY JANE BLISS Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 2; Dramatic Club, 4; Baseball, 4. Mary Jane is not a life-long Salemite but during her several years here has made many friends and acquaint¬ ances. Her ambition is to be a dietitian and her hobbies are going to Roanoke College dances and going “Green¬ trucking.” We are confident that Sweetbrier will find her the same sweet, likable girl that Andrew Lewis has found her. BERTHA BOHON Bertha has been one of the many silent, yet powerful figures about Andrew Lewis. Those who have been fortunate enough to know her, have found her to be a delightful friend. To her we ascribe success as a reward for her ever-present diligence. LILLIAN VIRGINIA BOWMAN Literary Club, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2; French Club, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 4. Lillian has always been very literary and she likes singing and reading as her favorite hobbies. She has been an active member of the Literary Club. She hopes to become an author and an instructor in Dramatics. We sincerely hope she attains both. Many curtain calls, Lillian! IRENE ELIZABETH BRADLEY Glee Club, 1, 2, 3 Irene, better known as “Rubberneck,” is a very sweet girl, liked by all who know her. Although she didn’t take much part in school activities, she is very ambitious. She desires to become a nurse. Lucky will the patient be whom she nurses. She is very jolly and a good cure for the blues. J. WILLARD BRUBAKER Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y, 2, 3; Basket Ball, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff, 2, 3; Art Club, 4; Junior Class Secretary. I imagine all of us know J’s hobby is cartooning. Quite logically it should be the line of work for him to follow. He hopes to become a popular artist some day. J’s sense of humor is obvious as well as his rather informal cartoons, which grace our blackboards and bulletin boards. Oh, well! 17
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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Katie C. M. Adams William Nathan Agee Vera Akers Virginia Mae Amos Mildred Cornelia Ellen Terrence Baker Atkinson KATIE C. M. ADAMS Senior Choral Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 4; Art Club, 4; Operetta. Katie has been warbling in our Choral Club for only a year but she warbled right into our hearts. She is, I hear, a talented member of the Art Club and Dramatic Club, also. She wants to be a laboratory technician. She has chosen William and Mary as her College. William and Mary could not receive a better student and a more thoroughly delightful person. WILLIAM NATHAN AGEE Aviation Club, 4; Basket Ball. William has been an alert student at Andrew Lewis as well as at Back Creek, from which school he came to us. He has a worthy ambition, law, and has one of the best hobbies, reading, one could have if he would become educated. He is active in athletics, although he does not plan to go to college, we foresee a well-rounded, useful life for him as a self-m ade man. VERA AKERS Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Latin Club, 1; Dramatic Club, 4; Home Economics, 2. One of our commercial girls, Vera has high aims in the business world. She expects to complete her training at National and after that to take her place in the world as one of Andrew Lewis’s future business women. Along with her stenographic efficiency, her smooth, pleasing manner will no doubt spell success and happiness for her in her career, as it has done at Andrew Lewis. VIRGINIA MAE AMOS Latin Club, 1, 2; Beta Club, 3, 4 To us, Virginia signifies the best. She is fun and still does not lose her dignity and poise. She will take her place in the Beta Club “Hall of Fame, ’’ as one of its most loyal and enthusiastic members. In her career as a secre¬ tary we feel confident that she will rise to and remain at the top. 4 16 MILDRED CORNELIA ELLEN ATKINSON Latin, 1, 2; Secretary of Club, 3; President of Freshman Class; Secretary of Student Council; President, Sophomore Class; Beta Club, 3, 4; Secretary, 4; Literary, 1; Vice President, 1. Mildred—Minerva of Andrew Lewis— has proved that she can be an outstanding student and still remain as regular as any of us. Her hobby is the mandolin. With Roanoke College as her choice for next year, we expect great things heaped up and running over for Mildred. TERRENCE BAKER Art Club, 4; Annual Staff, 4 “Skippy” has an exceptional talent for art and a sense of humor, both of which will stand him in good stead. It seems that his hobbies are sketching and collecting an¬ tiques. His ambition is to be a mechanical artist. He hopes to attend William and Mary College. JUSTIN JOHN BAYSE Beta Club, 3, 4; Track, 3; Baseball, 2 Justin is one of the few students who can engage in the many sports of high school and make a good record. This is proved by the fact that he has been a member of the Beta Club in his Junior and also Senior year. A student with Justin’s record has a most successful career in store for him. ONEDA GERTRUDE BECKNER French Club, 3, 4 After spending the entire four years of her high school at Andrew ' Lew ' is, Oneda wishes, like many others of our number, to take up nursing as her vocation. She enjoys a quiet life, preferring to stay at home and read, rather than “gad around.” Some day we’ll no doubt see her at Lew ' is-Gale or Jefferson.
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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Ruby Virginia Bryant Thelma Elizabeth Bryant Sarah Butts Catherine Byrd Ethel Virginia Byrd Mary Catherine Campbeli RUBY VIRGINIA BRYANT Ruby is one of the personifications of the spirit of Andrew Lewis. This musical-minded young lady is always on the job. Her four years in high school have been a pleasure to those who know her. Although she is not athletic, she has made up for that in other ways. Who would make a better dentist’s secretary than this sedate and sympathetic friend of ours. THELMA ELIZABETH BRYANT Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Quiet, reserved and complacent are just a few descrip¬ tive adjectives for Thelma. Her attitude has been a con¬ stant inspiration for the, shall we say, less quiet ones. She collects and writes letters to different parts of the world for her scrapbook. Her ambition is to be an aviatrix and we feel that with her capability, there will “be no crack ups.” SARAH BUTTS Glee Club, 1; Beta Club, 3, 4; Latin Club, 1 When the four years of education at Andrew Lewis are ended, Sarah, a congenial, capable girl wishes to become a “telephone girl”—BUT—how can she when telephones are quickly reverting from the “Hello” type to dial style? CATHERINE BYRD One of our ablest and most representative students is embodied in Catherine. Her charm and personality have made their mark in our memories. Hiking and swimming, in fact all sports, have a definite place in her life as her hobbies. With stenographic work as her vocation and National Business College as her choice for future study, we can expect great achievements from her. ETHEL VIRGINIA BYRD Home Economics Club, 2, 3; Glee Club, 3; Baseball, 2 Ethel Virginia, a true daughter of Andrew Lewis has been one of our most likable classmates. Her cheery manner and ability have made her popular with the teachers as well as the students. As a nurse she will, we know, climb to the top of the ladder of success. MARY CATHERINE CAMPBELL Annual Staff, 4 Catherine has a pleasing personality and a good way for making friends with everyone. She likes to read good books in the winter, and to spend her leisure time in the summer bicycling and swimming. Catherine wishes to further her commercial course at National. A future prospect for someone in quest of a private secretary. NEALURE JEANETTE CAMPBELL Glee Chib, 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2 Nealure hopes to become a bookkeeper some day. Her hobbies are collecting pictures, sports, and traveling. She is also fond of playing the piano, and her love for music is evident, since she has been a member of the Glee Club during her entire high school career. Best wishes to an attractive girl. ELIZABETH CARTER Girl Reserves, 2, 3; Treasurer, 4; News Paper Staff, 4; Dramatic Club, 4. Elizabeth, who likes outdoor sports and has been active in extra curricula activities, is bidding farewell to Andrew Lewis this year. She is a petite, witty, and attractive person whom all like. She plans to attend college and fit herself to adorn the inside of the modern home of this generation. Luck to Carter. 4 . 18 }
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