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

 - Class of 1938

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Ruby Katherine Grubb Ruie Grubb Virginia Mae Hamlett Charles Hammond Melvin Harvey Jean Haupt Howard Hayden Lottie Helms Hazel Henderson Mary Starke Higginbotham VIRGINIA MAE HAMLETT Glee Club, 1, 2 While at Andrew Lewis, Virginia has been very active in the Glee Club. She receives much pleasure in collecting “what-nots” and things of less value for her scrapbook and gets plenty of exercise by riding a bicycle. Her greatest ambition is to become a very successful housewife in years to come. Clean curtains in the future, Virginia. HOWARD HAYDEN Monogram, 4 Howard has a combined capacity for making grades and having fun, and has succeeded well in both. This unusual combination has made him popular with both students and teachers. We offer the world a person full of ambition and the ability to get ahead. CHARLES HAMMOND He towers above us, this Charles Hammond, in ideals as well as in actual stature. His leisure time is spent in sports of all kinds, especially tennis. An ambition high and excellent is his, that of becoming a mechanical engi¬ neer. V. M. I. will gain a good student and a grand person and we feel sure that the bridges of the future will typify his strength of character and determination. MELVIN HARVEY Melvin will soon say farewell to the halls of Andrew Lewis, having been here three years. He spent his first year at Back Creek. His hobbies are reading and out¬ door sports. He is also shy, and a self-effacing boy. He aspires to become an electrician. May there be no short circuit in the future, Melvin. JEAN HAUPT Girl Reserves, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3; Literary Club, 3; Latin Club, 1; Dramatic Club, 4. Jean is a lovable little lady with a “ tooth-paste smile.” This famous smile has done much to brighten an otherwise dreary day. She wishes to become an opera singer. With her delightful personality she is due to reach the top of any ladder. Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to present your future “Madame Butterfly.” LOTTIE HELMS Home Economics Club, 4; President, 4 Slender, dynamic and thoroughly charming is Lottie, one of our fairest maidens, and extremely well known, although she has been at Andrew Lewis only two years. Lottie will go far in any task she undertakes, because she puts her soul into whatever she does. HAZEL HENDERSON French Club, 3, 4 Another asset which Andrew Lewis acquired last year will go when Hazel graduates. Her cheery mien has been one of our most “up-lifting-influences.” The teaching profession will add to its number a capable member in Hazel. MARY STARKE HIGGINBOTHAM Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 3, 4; Baseball, 2; Annual Staff, 3, 4; Activities Editor, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Latin Club, 2; News Staff, Circulation Manager; Legion Contest, 3; Literary Club, 3; Senior Play; Dramatic Club, 4. It was fortunate for us that Mary Starke landed on our beach three years ago. She has been prominent in many of our school activities and has afforded much attraction for the Junior gents. Her aspiration is strictly modern to become a M. D. by joining the ranks at Roanoke College. “Starke’s” vivacity, earnestness and inspiring personality will, we believe, make for success in her profession. 4 23

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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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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Dorothy Jane Hodges Eunice Hogan Mary Hope Hollyfield Wilma June Hoover Mac Hough Lucille M. Huff DOROTHY JANE HODGES Girl Reserves, 2, 3; President, 4; News Staff, 4; Dramatic Club, 4; Basket Ball, 4. “Dot” has always had that sweet disposition that has made her popular with all. She enjoys camping and acting. She has shown her talent for the stage. Entering Roanoke College next year, she is planning to study to become a dietitian. The old Alma Mater will miss her and we wish her success. EUNICE HOGAN Literary and Library Club, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3; Debating, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play. Eunice is so well known that to enumerate her many qualities would be quite difficult. Her mind is not made up as to her career; she has indeed shown that she can act or speak well, so acting may be one of her good qualities for life’s work. What ever profession obtains her will find in her a capable and willing worker as well as a grand girl. MARY HOPE HOLLYFIELD Latin Club, 1, 2; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Literary Club, 2; Glee Club, 2. This “ scrumptimonious ” piece of humanity known as “Hopie” has won many friends by her gentle disposition. She finds that her blushes are most attractive but after all inconvenient. “Hopie” is always ready for fun and adventure. Her greatest delight is riding in open road¬ sters. She is bound for Fredericksburg normal. Our best wishes will take the same train. WILMA JUNE HOOVER President, Freshman Class; Secretary of Latin Club; Band 2, 3, 4; Vice President of French Club, 4; Home Room President, 2; Senior Home Room President, 4; Art Editor of Annual, 4; Assistant Junior Editor; Sophomore Editor. Another one of our outstanding students is June. She has been active in all phases of school life. Her combined talent for music and art are distinctive. She plans to study music at Bridgewater College and also at Cincinnati. May her symphony of life be all “vivace, ” and entirely without a “miserere.” MAC HOUGH Latin Club, 1, 2; Annual Staff, 3, 4; Junior and Senior Editor; Beta Club, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4. Mac is liked by everyone who knows him. He has been an active student throughout his four years in high school and makes high grades. He has made, splendid progress in everything he has undertaken. He has helped with The Pioneer, and is an asset on the newspaper staff. Every one has a good opinion of Mac. In general he has a good reputation, and one of Andrew Lewis’s most popular seniors. We expect him to carry on in the same admirable manner at the University of Virginia next year, and to achieve his ambition to become a doctor, of the very best. LUCILLE M. HUFF Lucille has been with us for four years now and we’ll miss her when she leaves. She is a cheerful quiet girl and chooses reading as a hobby. Though we regret to lose her, National Business College will gain an earnest worker in stenography. Clean type in the years to come, Lucille! DAN P. HURDLE Monogram 2, 3, 4; Track, 3, 4; Fli-Y, 2; Football, 2, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 3, 4. Danny is well recognized by his school chums because of his humorous (and handsome) qualities which make every one like him. His career in football, basket ball and track has stood out because of his sportsmanship and excellent ability. Fie will be hard to forget from the standpoint of sport (and other things). WILLIAM HURT F. F. A., 2, 3, 4 When our attention is called to William Hurt we cannot place the name, but let someone mention “Billy” and we begin immediately to scale to the heights, as one of our best-known students. “Billy” has remained unassuming and generally, a swell person. To him in-, we promise “heap much” success. • ■{ 24

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