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Roscoe Nelson Reed David Kolmer Reich Lonnie Ellen Saul Rachel Mae Saul ROBERT LAWRENCE RIDGWAY Robert Lawrence Ridgway Margaret Schuler Charles Rowell John Sellew RACHEL MAE SAUL David Rucker Donald Monroe Shelor Glee Club, 1 Robert is the embodiment of the proberbial senior dignity. He is a genial and likable boy, always a friend indeed. We prophesy for him success in his chosen work, bookkeeping, because he has what it takes to succeed in any line—determination and perseverance. He is also ambitious and eager to grasp every opportunity to learn new things. His hobbies are hiking and ornithology. Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Literary Club, 3, 4. As the old saying goes,“Precious things come in small pack¬ ages.” This is Rachel. She is small but mighty. Her desire after finishing high school, is to attend Radford State Teachers College. Her hobby is collecting bracelets and reading. An enviable ambition is hers—to be suc¬ cessful in whatever she undertakes. We hope she realizes it. CHARLES ROWELL “Chuck,” as we know him, is one of the most likable fellows that it has ever been our fortune to encounter. His basket ball ability has made him invaluable to the team and he will be sorely missed next year. Clear skies and all you wish for is our hope for you, “Chuck.” DAVID RUCKER Latin Club, 1; Sports Editor of Roman Herald, 1; Spanish Club, 3; Secretary, Hi-Y, 2, 3; Monogram Club, 3, 4; Midget Basket Ball and Baseball, 3; Basket Ball, 3, 4; Captain, 4; Baseball, 3, 4; Football, 3, 4; Dramatics, 4. Dave has a multitude of friends at Andrew Lewis. He has made excellent showings on the hardwood. With his relying force and accuracy he aided the Wolverines to a number of their victories. His sportmanship and school spirit has well pleased his friends who shall find it hard to forget him. MARGARET SCHULER Choral Club, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Literary Club, 3; Beta Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Neivspaper Staff, 3; Editor of The Pioneer, 4; Operetta, 3, 4; Senior Play, 4. Margaret, better known as Peggy, is an eager, talented lass with an expansive grin. Her activities, many though they be, can’t lure her away from learning and it is needless to say that she is in high standing with the Beta Club. As “Ye Old Editor” of The Pioneer her motto is “this is going to be the best annual.” Her voice, ah, but you’ve heard her in the operetta. Fredericksburg gains what we lose. JOHN SELLEW Ili-Y, 2, 3, 4; Band, 3, 4 Johnny is a conscientious and ambitious boy. He makes good grades and is very smart, although he does not say much. Johnny is well liked at Andrew Lewis and has taken part in many school activities. His ambition to be an electrical engineer, is well suited to him. He also has talent in music and wood carving. LONNIE ELLEN SAUL Glee Club, 1, 2; Home Economics Club, 4; Home Economics Vice President, 4; Free Trip to National 4-II Club Con¬ vention in Chicago, Basket Ball, 3. Lonnie’s vitality and freshness make her a delightful person. Her mischievous eyes and flashing smile brighten any place. She has a way about her that is enjoyably different. DONALD MONROE SHELOR Aviation Club, 4; Vice President, 4; F. F. A. Club Donald is the modern Andrew Lewis version of Romeo. Incidentally, one of his hobbies besides basket ball, swimming, and hunting, is heart-breaking. In spite of his hobby it seems he desires to remain a bachelor; also, to visit Africa. We hope he escapes the various perils in that vast, uncivilized continent. Bon voyage. 4 31 }
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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Sara Lee Poage Mariam Rose Poff Julius Eugene Puckett Glenn Wood Ramsey Ralph Ramsey Garland Reed SARA LEE POAGE French Chib, 3, 4; Literary Club, 4 Sara has made herself well known around Andrew Lewis. Her genial personality has made her a favorite with everybody. Perhaps her versatility is due to her two excellent hobbies, music and reading. Roanoke College will receive great things in you, Sara RALPH RAMSEY Ralph or “Pudding” as many call him is one of our quiet and reserved seniors. His slow and easy manner has won him many friends in high school. He enjoys all sports, especially tennis and football. He also likes to dance. He plans to enter Roanoke College next year and to attend some other college perhaps later to study banking and engineering. MARIAM ROSE POFF Glee Club, 2; Senior Choral, 4 During her four years of high school Mariam has par¬ ticipated in Glee Club and finally Senior Choral Club. Her hobby is sketching, her ambition to be an artist and better than anything else she likes a laugh. She expects to attend Business College and may some day become a secretary. JULIUS EUGENE PUCKETT Orchestra, 2; Latin Club, 2, 3; Beta Club, 3, 4 This chap is a bit of all right, pip! pip! and stuff. A boy whose rise in the world will not be caused by “vaulting ambitions” but by a determination to get ahead. Do we see the young fellow leaving West Point to take up his life-long ambition to become an army airplane pilot? We hope that our vision is true. Cheerio! Old chap. GARLAND REED Music, 2, 3; French Club, 3, 4 “Tiny” makes up in brains and energy what he lacks in size. With a disposition as sunny as his hair, he is well known and liked by everyone. “Blondie” is as good in music as he is in outdoor sports, but at the present time he is more interested in the opposite sex than in music. He should succeed in both. ROSCOE NELSON REED F. F. A., 2, 3; Latin Club, 1 Nelson is a rather typical boy, fond of hunting and fishing. He hopes to become an a Number 1 Bookkeeper and works hard toward this goal. His friends at Andrew Lewis wish him luck. GLENN WOOD RAMSEY Glee Club, 1, 2; Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3; F. F. A., 2, 3, 4; President, 4; Treasurer, 3; Dramatic, 4. Now here is a fellow who’s ideals are high, And whose would be if he weren’t going to V. P. I. When he came to school he started to sing, But when he got through he was the ten pin King. He’s a fine leader we hear people say— No wonder he got his training in the F. F. A. 4 30 DAVID KOLMER REICH Glee Club, 1 Small in stature, but large in heart and mind, Kolmer never lets a difficult problem stop him. For recreation, hunting and fishing appeal to him. His willingness to help others makes him a welcome guest wherever he goes. His ambition is to be respected by everyone. Certainly he deserves it.
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CLASS OF THIRTY-EIGHT Bessie Marie Sink Earl Sink Warren Danford Smiley Ruth Lee Smith Warren Hancock Sowder James Spiggle BESSIE MARIE SINK Titian-haired Bessie has been like a bright light in the halls of Andrew Lewis. Her hobbies are music and danc¬ ing. Bessie has not decided definitely about her plans for the future but whether she chooses to further her education or not we wish for her the best there is, from the bottom of our hearts. WARREN HANCOCK SOWDER Monogram Club, 3, 4; Football, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 3 Warren is well known around Andrew Lewis. He has been here four years—plus. His hobbies being football and basket ball, he has been an old stand-by for the Lewis teams. We wish you success in your ambition to be an aviator, Warren. And we hope you get to Oxford. EARL SINK Monogram, 3, 4 Earl’s participation in Andrew Lewis athletics contests have added a great deal toward his popularity, in addition to his own personal friendliness and disarming grin. In anything he undertakes we know he will succeed because —well, we just know, that’s all. WARREN DANFORD SMILEY Glee Club, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; President, 4; Annual Staff, 4. “Speed” has taken a great part in school activities. He is a good “Yeller” and also a good speller. To be an automobile expert or a doctor—which? In either line Dan should be fine. RUTH LEE SMITH Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Literary Club, 2, 3; French Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 4; Library Club, 3, 4. Ruth has been an active student during her high school career. With Glee Club, literary and library activities taking up the better part of her time yet she finds time to devote to reading medicine and studying make-up connected with dramatics. She wants to be a doctor and we know that the patient will be in good hands if Ruth is in charge. Marion is getting to be a good girl and a good student. Here’s hoping you do your best and get the best in return. 4 32 } JAMES SPIGGLE Monogram Club, 4; Treasurer, 4; Football, 4; Track, 3, 4; Beta Club, 3, 4; Latin Club, 3; Student Council, 4; Annual Staff, 3,4. “Big Jim” Spiggle has what it takes. He is better than common in all sports and readily takes a part. He is so kind and courteous that he would have made an ideal knight. He is one of those rare people who can mix every thing good and otherwise and still come out on top in his studies. He is a member of the Beta Club, which is one of the highest honors received in high school. What “Jim” goes after he usually attains, so he shouldn’t have any trouble getting along after he has finished school. JACK STAMPER Speaking of disarming grins, here is one of the most attractive we’ve seen in a long time. Although he is quiet, Jack has made many friends notwithstanding the fact that he’s only been here a year. As an engineer he is sure to reach the top. Here’s to more and better bridges, Jack. KATHERINE ST. CLAIR Latin Club, 1; Choral Club, 2, 4; Home Economics Club, 4; Literary-Library Club, 4; Library Assistant, 4. Katherine is a very active girl, as we readily see from the many activities that she takes part in; also from these activities she has proved to be a good sport. She is very considerate of others. Katherine is very faithful to her school. She attends regularly and shows that she is striving to gain a good education.
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