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

 - Class of 1939

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JUNIORS J. T. Agee Marvin Agee Bernice Atkins Earl Austin Madeline Bailey Howard Baker Howard Barnett Dewey Beckner Rachel Black Robert Brogan Leonard Broughman Edward Brubaker Virgie Burton Linda Cannaday Elbert Carroll Elmer Carter Beatrice Casey Mildred Cawley Harold Cecil Ruth Cormell Anna Marie Crantz Lloyd Crotts Jack Dame Frances Dangerfield Elmer Deyerle Cecil Dickerson Edith Donohue Dorothy Duncan Katherine Eller Paul Foley Carl Franklin John Furrow Virginia Gardner Carl Gearhart Margery Gearhart Opal Gibson Robert Givens Ruby Glass Margie Gray Juanita Greenway Mildred Grisso Lettie Gunter Margaret Gurinn Genevieve Hall Ruby Hall Annie Mae Hanes Leighton Harrell George Haupt Betty Jean Henderson Claude Hollyfield Oleene Howell Dorothy Huff Kenneth Huff Herman Ingram John Jamison Emily Johnson Harry Johnson Reba Jones Lester Jones Annie Ruth Lavinder Ray Lavinder Lessie Lee James Lewis Woodrow Lockard Estelle Lovell Evelyn Lovern Marvel Loving Kathleen Martin Mary Frances Martin Wallace Martin John McCluer Paul McGhee Mary Louise Miles Lourne Moses Iva Morris Carl Mowles Warren Murphy Margaret Nolley Everette Perdue Bobby Peters lo neet Byron Poff Howard Porterfield L. S. Pruette Fran. Ray Bain Reid Brian Rhodes Nannie Roberts Frank Robertson Jean Robertson Mildred Robertson Agatha Shepherd D. J. Showalter Ernestine Sirry Thelma Sloan Francis Smiley Mary Spangler Kalmer Spangler Doris Spencer Mike Spessard Louise Sprouse Leo Summers Lewis Surface Paul Smith Evelyn Thomas Leo Tingler Malcolm Voci Ernest Wade Richard Walthall John Wertz Kolmer Wertz Rudolph Willette Dorothy White Jack Wilbourne Mary L. Wilbourne Marie Williamson Robert Wimmer Sam Winfrey Virginia Wood Francis Wright Ellen Wygal James Yates

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I uAtew JUNIORS Verda Smith Basil Sowders Margaret Starkey Gladys St. Clair Paul Stewart Virginia Stoutamire Hazel Sykes Shirley Sykes Carolyn Turner Harriette Tyler Walter Van Gelder Betty Jo Waddell Ernestine Walker Allie Weaver Emma Lyle West Anna Westwood Joe Whitehead Arleen Whitecar XlA WlGINGTON Jean Ann Wilfong Claudine Willis Ruth Wilson Howard Wimmer Virginia Wimmer Robert Wygal Dorothy Zirkle Jhe 1939



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J luxtew Sophomores Pose f or Camera . V. »• • m ' Jm f 1 - - 4K j A S ophomore s Day in School Regardless of the “isms” at home and abroad, I have accepted “sophism” as my creed for the year, for I am now a wise Sophomore. I have advanced from the status of protected to protector, and no longer do I seek the advice of others but am ready and willing to initiate the timid, “star¬ gazing” little Freshmen into the secret lore of Andrew Lewis life. At last—on October 9—I have been able to settle down to the hustle-bustle of our daily routine. When the first bell rings, there is a rushing and clamoring for the different home rooms to answer roll call. In ten minutes, the next bell sends me scurrying on my way to History class where I must get all the information about the New Deal, etc. The next period I must pass in study. But am I always in the mood to study? How glad my home room teacher must be to get rid of me on the days that I take gym and what a strenuous hour of acrobatic stunts are there performed! The bell! Alas, I am doomed! Geometry! Woe unto me when I am told to go to the board and bisect an angle. Why can I not look wise? But poor me—no bluffing—my blank expression betrays me. Aly spirits mount again for the summons to lunch is gladly heard. Then to the Frenchy section of the building (oh, if one could only observe the French custom of greeting each other, the class would be too large to teach)! Assembly next with our capable principal presiding. Last but not least, I go and absorb the pleasing personality and manner of my English teacher. My Sophomore day has come to a close. I can look back and survey my failures and successes with sufficient pride, for I have profited by all. And in two years I shall be a Senior! Mary Ellen Darst lie 1939

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