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

 - Class of 1938

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Hi-Y Club Mr. J. E. Oglesby, Sponsor In January, 1938, the Hi-Y reorganized with an opening banquet, entertaining practically all the members. At this banquet the following officers were elected : Ralph Ramsey, President; Bob Carper, Vice President; Paul Solaski, Secretary, and Bob Saul, Treasurer. Mr. Oglesby is faculty adviser. The true aim of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain and extend, through the school and community, a higher standard of Christian character—a cause far nobler and more challenging than any to which the knights of old pledged allegiance. Salem Chapter F. F. A. Mr. E. A. Harding, Sponsor The Future Farmers of America is the national organization of farm boys studying vocational agriculture in the public high schools throughout the United States. Through the leadership of these boys we may expect a new agriculture—an agriculture lighted by science and organized to demand an equal share with industry in the country’s general prosperity. Rural leadership is the outstanding need of the hour. It will continue to be the greatest need in the future. Our leaders, who live up to the F. F. A. motto, cannot fail in this task. “Learning to do-—doing to learn—earning to live—living to serve. "

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Girl Reserves Miss Pauline Webb, Sponsor Twelve new members, juniors and seniors only, were taken into the Girl Reserves last fall and their advent celebrated by a combined initiation banquet and Christmas party. As soon as the initiation ceremonies were over, they put their heads together and planned how they would play Santa Claus to some family in the community, this being an old custom. To break the monotony of the winter months, February 12th was fixed as the night for a co-ed dance. ’Mid white and red colors to carry out the Valentine theme, they say “a good time was had by all.” But the real highlight of the year was the spring formal, which was given with the Hi-Y on May 6th, to the music of the “Virginia Swingsters.” This final event closed the season of ’37-’38 with great merriment. Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club has been one of the most active clubs in school during this past term. The first function sponsored by the club was an initiation party for new members, which was held a short time after the club was organized. At the close of the football season, a banquet was given for the football players and their coach. The spring social was a kid party. A dance has been planned and will serve as the spring formal. Those who do not dance will take part in outdoor activities, such as hiking or skating. There are sixty-one members in this club. Miss Christine Hailey is faculty adviser. The officers are : President, Geraldine Keith; Vice President, Lottie Helms; Secretary, Eleanor Jo Lemon; Treasurer, Sarah Greenwood, and Song Leader, Mildred Carper. { 66 }•



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Senior Choral Club It has been said that music washes away the dust of everyday life. Believing that the knowl¬ edge and appreciation of music has a definite value in the life of an individual, the Roanoke County School Board made provision for in¬ struction in music at Andrew Lewis High School for the first time in 1934, with Mrs. G. G. Peery in charge. This year the Music Department has an enrollment of two hundred and twenty-five students. The group presented a Christmas pageant in December and a sacred concert in May. The Senior Choral Club gave a patriotic pro¬ gram in November ; a Thanksgiving program ; sang for the S. C. A. Convention in Roanoke ; broadcast over WDBJ ; appeared before the P. T. A. and, as a climax of the year, gave the operetta, “Miss Cherry Blossom,” in April. Andrew Lewis High School Band Much progress has been made by the Andrew Lewis High School Band since its organization in 1936. It has become an important part of the school, adding pep and encouragement to our athletic teams and increasing our school spirit. Under the excellent direction of its capable lead¬ er, Mr. L. Christensen, the band is adept in march and concert music. We are proud of our band and think it deserves the interest of the school and community.

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