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

 - Class of 1938

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Nancy Echols Oswald C. Francisco Hubert W. Dutton, Jr. Ralph Gallion Shirley Beatrice Ellis Dorothy Emory Kathryn Elizabeth Garst Helen Virginia Gearhart Mary Elizabeth Fleck Warren Williams Gilbert SHIRLEY BEATRICE ELLIS Home Economics Club, 1, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4 Dignified and dependable, Shirley had quietly but definitely made herself known around our corridors. An unusual hobby she practices, that of designing clothes. If she did not wish to become a stenographer, this hobby could warrant concentration. However, in whatever she does she will surpass. DOROTHY EMORY Hockey, 1, 2, 3; Dramatics, 1, 2, 3; Basket Ball, 2, 3; Art Club, 4; News Staff, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4. Dorothy has only been with us a year but we bet Garden City High in Old New York misses her heaps. Her hobbies are music, art and a dab of writing. Her ambitions run along this line, too. Her work, you see, is also to be her play. Hollins will receive a bundle of good things in her. Happy horizons to Dot. RALPH GALLION “Gallion” as he is known among all his friends has been an active member of the baseball team during his stay at Andrew Lewis. He is popular with everybody and has a knack at making friends. We hope for him the best of everything in that which he undertakes. KATHRYN ELIZABETH GARST Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman, Program Committee, 3; Vice President, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. Indispensable, that’s what she is. We think of nothing in the way of school activities without Kathryn’s entering into our plans. Reading takes up her leisure time and affords her much pleasure. In her oncoming career as a teacher, she is sure to overcome any obstacle in her path and come up with her characteristic smile. MARY ELIZABETH FLECK Latin Club, 1; Glee Club, 2, 3; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4 Petite, fair, and winsome, “Betty” has won her way into the hearts of all of us. She is characterized by her knitting bag which is seldom far from her. She sets interior decorating as her career and is going to get her training at Roanoke College. To her w e extend our hopes for a successful future. HELEN VIRGINIA GEARHART Home Economics Club, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2; Orchestra, 1; Choral Club. A smiling-eyed lass with poetic inclinations, Helen is aspiring to be a stenographer but would like also to teach Home Economics. She has been at Andrew Lewis all three of her high school years, participating in various activities. She plans to continue school at Radford State Teachers College. OSWALD C. FRANCISCO Aviation Club, 4; Literary Club, 2, 3, 4 Oswald has been active while attending the Andrew Lewis High School. His activities have been many and varied. Oswald, like most boys, likes sports, and out door life. He has aeronautical ambitions. May he soar high and never fall. WARREN WILLIAMS GILBERT F. F. A., 2, 3; Choral, 2, 3, 4; Operetta, 2, 3; Aviation Club, 4. Warren is a boy whom all like because of his winning ways. Building aeroplanes is a fancy that occupies his spare time. Aviation, he hopes, will occupy his future time. 21

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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Jane Frances Coon Fred Cormell Wyvetta Fern Craun Helen Ruth Crews Henry Lewis Dean Eva Jane Doughman JANE FRANCES COON Literary Club, 3; French Club, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 4; Dramatic Club, 4. Jane, small in stature, possesses a vast amount of ability, and is a vivacious, charming little creature. Her sterling qualities and unsurpassable joviality, have won her a host of friends. Jane’s greatest problem is, “How can I study with love affairs on the brain?” We hear you are going to deck the halls of Roanoke College” next year. So good luck, Jane! FRED CORMELL Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 2, 3; Baseball, 3; Spanish Club, 1, 2. In many football games our attention was often riveted to one figure, that of Fred. He was one of our most out¬ standing players. Quite logically he wants to become a coach. Next year the team at Hargrave will be the more fortunate for his attendance, and don’t forget to keep your buttons shined! WYVETTA FERN CRAUN Home Economics, 1, 2; Reporter, 2; Beta Club, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Latin Club, 1, 2. Wyvetta Fern. The name is as delightful as the possessor. Her hobby is collecting poetry and making scrapbooks. She, in this interesting work, has acquired much originality and love of the beautiful in words. In her plans for the future, Wyvetta has charted a secretarial course. May her sea of life be smooth and pleasing. HELEN RUTH CREWS Ruth hopes to become a stenographer in later life but first she wants to attend National Business College. She is a quiet, nice girl with an interesting personality. Ruth is interested in sports, collecting pictures and likes to attend the movies. She is the only girl in the family and she has several brothers. Luck to Ruth at National and in after life. •■Of 20 HENRY LEWIS DEAN Aviation, 4; Baseball, 3 Henry’s first year of his high school career was spent at the Broad Street High School and then he came to Andrew Lewis. He likes sports and played on the baseball team in his third year, but we have our doubts about his becoming an athlete. He wishes to become an aviator. There is no reason why he shouldn’t be successful, because he has talent and mental ability. EVA JANE DOUGHMAN Basket Ball, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Dramatics, 4; Annual Staff, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4. Scatter brained, lovable and altogether delightful, what else could fit Eva better? As a sports-woman she is and is to be outstanding. As a nurse we feel that she will be thoroughly efficient and, incidentally, charming. NANCY ECHOLS This young lady’s personality and charm have made her well known around Andrew Lewis. Her curls were always a source of envy and admiration among her girl friends. Ambitious and talented, Nancy is destined to go far. HUBERT W. DUTTON, Jr. Aviation Club, 4; Literary Club, 3 Good things come in small packages. This is doubly true in Hubert. He is thoroughly dependable, capable and a grand person to know. His ambition is to be an officer in the Army Air Corps. With a West Point back¬ ground and his ability we can promise him the best.



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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Carl William Gottschalk Hugh Gresham Margaret Ruth Graybill Douglas Grisso Sarah Greenwood Louis Grisso CARL WILLIAM GOTTSCHALK Assistant Editor Newspaper, 3; Editor, 4; Beta Club, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Annual Staff, 3. Carl has made many friends in his years at Andrew Lewis. We know that he will continue his high scholastic record and even in his hobbies he shows his disposition to work. He says he finds collecting stamps and butter¬ flies interesting. It seems that he has brains, and countless other requisites for the attainment of ideals such as no one else has—dependability, perseverance and resource¬ fulness. These have won him a place of high esteem in his school life here, as they are sure to do, where ever he may go. On to fame in the field of science. MARGARET RUTH GRAYBILL A faithful student at Andrew Lewis for four years, and very valuable to the Glee Club, Ruth delights in reading and tennis, and is one who gets the most out of life because she puts something into it. With her humor and pre¬ dominating qualities, she will be sure to succeed. Her ambition is to be a stenographer or another “Rae Black.” Better known as ‘‘Rufus Peabody” to her close friends. She is noted for her sweet disposition and capability in classes. SARAH GREENWOOD Home Economics Club, 4; Latin Club, 1, 2, 3; Senior Choral, 2, 3, 4; Operetta, 3, 4. Sarah, petite, vivacious and fair has been one of our brightest stars here at Andrew Lewis. Talented in many ways, she has been in numerous clubs and presentations of the school. With her arrow of ambition toward a high target, we feel sure that her aim will prove true. HUGH GRESHAM Hugh—better known as “Horsie”—has been one of our leaders in many activities in and about school. His friends are numerous, for his quiet and friendly manner have made him popu lar with everyone. To one of the grandest people we know, we wish everything good. DOUGLAS GRISSO When Douglas came to Andrew Lewis from Back Creek he was recognized immediately as a student and friend. He has never ‘‘Let us down” in this belief. Of such stuff men are made. We give the world one who has been to us the essence of scholarship as well as possessing the capacity for being a regular guy. LOUIS GRISSO French Club, 3, 4 ‘‘Freckles was his name, and his fame spread far.” His amiable disposition has popularized Louis with all the students. As a clerk or salesman Louis is sure to succeed for he has a knack of making ‘‘the customer always feel right anyway.” RUBY KATHERINE GRUBB Latin Club, 2; Beta Club, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4 “Rubies” are always precious and rare, but this par¬ ticular Ruby has since been discovered as being one of the rarest. She shines out among her many classmates and brightens the world about her. Her sparkling rays are far-reaching and are clearing a path towards a goal which she has set her resplendent self to achieve. RUIE GRUBB Thinking much and saying little is Ruie. She has not had time for school clubs, since she spends most of her time reading or hiking, but she has belonged to the Home Economics Glee Clubs. In all of her courses at school, Ruie enjoyed Home Economics most. If she carrvs out her chief ambition, which is to be a dietitian, her Home Economics course will be a great benefit. We wish Ruie success in life. { 22

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