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

 - Class of 1938

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Lucy Darden Martin Iary Virginia McCauley Thelma Masincup Mary Jean McClung Kathleen Mallicoat Mason Betty Jane McCollum Gibson Maxwell Ruby Norris McDaniel MARY JEAN McCLUNG KATHLEEN MALLICOAT MASON Jean MacDonald Maxwell Elizabeth McGhee Girl Reserves, 4 Although she has only been with us a year “Katey” has already found a place in our hearts. She will be re¬ membered long for her quiet disposition. She has shown her willingness to help in the Girl Reserves. She is an efficient worker, and we hope she will some day fulfill her ambition to be a nurse. GIBSON MAXWELL Hi-Y, 1; Annual Staff, 4; Vice President, Junior Class; Senior Play, Personality plus. This is “Gib” who has been with us for four years. He has served as a salesman and has conducted a bus line for our traveling teams, although he is more inclined to business than sports. Gibson’s aspira¬ tion runs high. He wants to be a transport pilot in the sky. We hope, by that time, his skyways and byways may be well defined. Latin Club, 1, 2; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Library Staff, 2, 3, 4; Literary Club, 3; Library Club, 2, 3; Poetry Club, 3; Dramatic Club, 4. In our book of memories we will remember a little black-eyed, black-haired girl like the girl on the flying trapeze—Jean. Jean’s personality, willingness to work, ability to get around with others will bring her content¬ ment and joy in the future. BETTY JANE McCOLLUM Spanish Club, 3; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2 “Quiet and appealing” describes Betty. She will be remembered by her classmates as always willing to help. She is a familiar figure in the library. An excellent steno¬ grapher to grace any office—“Mr. President, your future secretary is on her way.” jean Macdonald maxwell Latin Club, 1; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; President, Sophomore Class; Beta Chib, 3, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 3, 4; Student Council, 2, 3, 4. Jean has made herself and her high ideals well known at Andrew Lewis. She has benefited the school in the numerous activities in which she has taken part. Jean’s ambition, to be a physical education instructor, is a wise and good one, since she has proved an excellent athlete and has an extensive knowledge in the different fields of athletics. Roanoke College is lucky to get Jean, and we wish her the best of luck and much happiness. MARY VIRGINIA McCAULEY Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 2, 3; Secretary, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Latin Club, 1, 2; Beta Club, 3, 4. This modest and winsome, blue-eyed blond has been with us not only four years but from the Town Hall up. Mary Virginia has been an honest and steadfast student and has made her mark at Andrew Lewis. She is one of Andrew Lewis’s humming birds, and we expect her to do wonders at Roanoke College next year. RUBY NORRIS McDANIEL Home Economics, 2; Glee Club, 2 Slim and vivacious Ruby has been at Andrew Lewis during her entire high school career. Her hobbies are such sports as swimming, hiking, and skating. She plans to attend National Business College next year and al¬ though she has not decided definitely on her career we extend our best wishes. ELIZABETH McGHEE Girl Reserves; Dramatic Club; Basket Ball Elizabeth, or “Libby” as we have nicknamed her, has been with us four years. In this time we have learned to love and appreciate her “happy-go-lucky” manner and kindly feeling toward others. She has used her energy and talent for all the school activities, sports, public speaking, and club w r ork. We feel sure that her willingness and eagerness for work will take her far in the business world which she has chosen for her career. 27 }•

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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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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Edna Mae ' Miles Anna Christine Miller Mary Alice Morgan James Randolph Morton Mildred Mowles Frances Gillispie Murp: EDNA MAE MILES Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Senior Choral Club, 4; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 4; Baseball, 4. “Daisy Mae” has been with us three years during which time we have found her to be very likeable and altogether jolly. Her hobby is roller skating and she is recognized as champion of our local rink. Her ambition is to attend Duke to major in Sociology. The university is certain to carry on in the company of our “Sonja Henie.” ANNA CHRISTINE MILLER Literary Club, 2; Home Economics Club, 2, 3; Latin Club, 2 A popular girl with boys as well as girls, a good sport, and a friend always is Anna, who has been with us for four years. In a scrapbook she hoards “this” and “that” gotten “here” and “there.” Perhaps between the covers you’ll find dance programs because dancing and collecting things for her scrapbook are her hobbies. Many fevered brows may be soothed by her hands in the future as she wishes to make nursing her vocation. MARY ALICE MORGAN Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4. A fine girl, and a good sport, who can be depended on to do her share of the hard work. This is Mary Alice. In cooking and sewing she’s hard to beat. The study of Home Economics has spurred her ambition to become a dietitian. Here’s wishing success in her mission. JAMES RANDOLPH MORTON “Shorty,” as he is known to his friends, is a gay happy- go-lucky sort of boy. He is well liked by those who know him and is a well-known figure at Andrew Lewis. He does very, very well considering circumstances and if he keeps on trying hard he will amount to something. His hobby, stamp collecting, is a worthwhile one. “Shorty” is a good little fellow whom everyone admires for his brave, happy spirit. MILDRED MOWLES Glee Club, 1; Latin Club, 2, 3; Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 4; Senior Play, 4. Mildred’s broad and cheerful smile is her most outstand¬ ing feature. Her hobby, strange as it seems, is collecting dogs. Ambition has led her in the direction of a private secretary. We’re certain that either Roanoke or National will carry on well with Mildred as a scatterer of sunshine. FRANCES GILLISPIE MURPHY Literary and, Library Chib, 2, 3; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Dramatic Chib, 4. “Hambone” as Frances is known to you, is as sweet as a rose, literally, for oh, how she blushes! Her wit and good nature have entertained the Literary Club, Home Eco¬ nomics Club and Dramatics while she has been in high school. She wants to be a nurse and then perhaps an airplane stewardess. We most certainly wish her luck. LUTHER W. NICAR Orchestra, 2, 3; F. F. A., 2, 3, 4; Reporter F. F. A., 3, 4 “Nick” has been a faithful member of the F. F. A. for three years, the last two of which he was reporter. It is very fitting that he should belong to this club because he wants to be a farmer. His hobby, he says, is hunting, but music must take some of his time as he was a member of the orchestra for two years. He will be splendid material for V. P. I. next year. LUCILLE NICHOLS Sweet, blond, and slim is Lucille. Her friends, if asked, recommend her heartily, for her quiet readiness to help others in time of need. She is queen in her own world. Good luck to you, Lucille. { 28 }■

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