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

 - Class of 1938

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Dan P. Hurdle William Hurt Electra Avis Kessler John Kinzie IRENE CLETIS JOHNSON Irene Cletis Johnson Ruth Koogler Geraldine Keith Pattie W. Lathan JOHN KINZIE George Floyd Kelch Lotharene Mqvto Lavinder Here we have a business-minded, quiet girl whose ambition is to be a proficient stenographer. She also admits liking knitting and has a quaint demureness about her that lends charm to her personality. Skating and tennis are her favorite sports. GERALDINE KEITH Glee Club, 2; Student Council, 2; Spanish Chib, 3; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; President, Home Economics, 4; Dramatic Club, 4. Through her genial personality “Deanie” has won many friends during her four years at Andrew Lewis. We can find no reason why she shouldn’t be a number one private secretary. Her hobbies are swimming and tennis. She has been an active member of the Home Economics Club for two years. We hope our brown-eyed friend’s future will be as bright as her smiles. Debating, 1, 4; Glee Club, 1,2,3, 4; Literary Club, 1, 2, 4; F. F. A., 3, 4. During his four years at Andrew Lewis, John has taken an active interest in school activities. Photography and reptile collection are his hobbies. His ambition is to be a speaker of power. This he will find abundant need for, in his chosen field, ministry. We are sure that John will make many fine contributions to any college that he may attend and always be the same good-natured fellow, whom we have known. RUTH KOOGLER Art Club, 4 Ruth is known among a few intimate friends as “Scar¬ lett.” Why? Because her waist is precisely the size of that particular heroine of fiction. Ruth is marked as one of our most able students and also as one of the best sports old Andrew Lewis High School has ever met. Good luck and plenty of it, Ruth! GEORGE FLOYD KELCH We never knew Floyd’s first name until his senior year, notwithstanding the tact that everyone knew him and the good things he stood for. A fine fellow, possessing high standards of living, Floyd will no doubt make a mark for himself in the world. ELECTRA AVIS KESSLER Glee Club, 1 Avis has a pleasing personality, and a way of getting along with everyone. She is a true friend at all times, to all who know her. She harbors a desire to be a steno¬ grapher or bookkeeper, with National Business College offering the training could she possibly fail? PATTIE W. LATHAN Latin Club, 1; French Club, 3, 4; Art Club, 4; Annual Staff, 3; Home Economics Club, 3. Pattie is a strawberry blonde with a great sense of humor. She has remarkable talent in drawing, which you have often seen exhibited in Andrew Lewis Library. Her reading as a hobby has aided her in understanding people. May her easels be full to overflowing in the future. LOTHARENE MQVTO LAVINDER Lotharene has been at Andrew Lewis only two years. She was transferred from Back Creek High School. She has always been quiet, studious and is admired by many people for her pleasant disposition. Her hobbies are swimming and dancing. She plans to go to National Business College to become a stenographer and we are sure that she will make a success of her life. 4 25 }

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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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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Norman White Lavender Harrel Ray Lawrence William Eldridge Lee Eleanor Josephine Lemon Kathleen Rachel Leonard Frances Louise Lovern NORMAN WHITE LAVENDER One of our foremost students representing Andrew Lewis is Norman. He is known by his calm, unobtrusive stride through the corridors of our school. His ambition is to be a salesman and to lead a happy life. With the training that V. M. I. has to offer we are confident that he cannot fail to attain his aspiration. HARREL RAY LAWRENCE As a student Harrel has made his mark in the annals of Andrew Lewis. We feel confident that he will do the same in his future life. His dignified manners have placed him in the category of our most honored students. WILLIAM ELDRIDGE LEE Monogram Club, 3, 4; F. F. A. Club, 2, 3, 4 “Eggs” Lee is well known around our school in spite of his quiet manner and mien. “Still water runs deep,” certainly fits him, for under his calmness there is a great deal of capability. He collects souvenirs in his leisure time and he desires, more than anything to become a man. With such an incentive could he possibly evade success? ELEANOR JOSEPHINE LEMON Glee Club, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3; Home Economics Club, 4; Secretary, 4; Pianist, 4; Dramatic Club, 4. Eleanor Jo, known to most of us as “Jo,” has been with us for two years. During this time we have found the petite ivory tickler to be genial and happy-go-lucky. Her plans are to enter Harrisonburg and become a history teacher but we wonder what suddenly changed it to V. P. I., Home Economics. Anyway, we wish her much success. { 26 KATHLEEN RACHEL LEONARD French Club, 3, 4; Literary Club, 4 Kathleen is a quiet, capable girl. She is noted for her high scholastic standing and has a keen sense of humor. She is an active member in the French Club and is also a member of the Literary Club, Her favorite sport is tennis. She expects to enter Virginia Intermont College and specialize in stenographic work. We anticipate great things for our esteemed classmate. FRANCES LOUISE LOVERN Latin Club, 1, 2 Frances is modest, quiet, and studious, and a good translator of Vergil. Hiking and skating are her hobbies. Her most earnest ambition is to become a nurse. She should easily attain this because she has plenty of “pa¬ tience.” “Bona fortuna tibi sit,” Frances. LUCY DARDEN MARTIN Latin Club, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3; Literary Club, 2 Lucy, a good old Southern name, adorns this true Southern maid. Her soft and gentle manner are character¬ istic. Sports, strangely enough, are her hobbies and reading for “rainy days.” When asked her ambition, she very modestly replied, “To be successful in whatever I do.” We expect great things for her, heaped up and running over. THELMA MASINCUP Little can be said about Thelma that you don’t know already. Her friendly smile and sparkling eye are well known to the students and teachers. Because of these qualities she is very likely to be remembered. We hope and feel sure that she will reach the head of anything she enters into.

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