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

 - Class of 1939

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SOPHOMORES Alice Adams Elsie Adams Edith Agee Jack Akers Lyle Akers Russell Akers Aberdeen Aldridge Ruby Aliff Ruth Altizer Lynwood Angell Lillian Ashford Katherine Babb Donald Bain Earl Baker Howard Baker Bob Barger Henry Bayne Dwight Bayse Frances Bayse Rachel Bayse Billy Beason Eunice Blackburn James Bohon R. N. Bohon Mary E. Boone Warren Boone Florence Bower Walter Brooks Charles Brown David Brown Jack Brown Martha Brown Virginia Brown Oretha Broyles Anne Brugh Millard Bryant Norma Bryant Eva Mae Burton Dilys Bushnell Nadine Byrd Blair Campbell Harold Campbell Robert Carlton Margie Carner Addie Carroll Billy Carroll Gladys Carroll Hazel Carson Clarence Carter Robert Carter Suzanne Carter Edith Cassady Jimmy Cassell Gene Chappell Laura Belle Clark Iva Clifton Anne Cockran Frank Collins Mossie Collins Roy Collins Wyatt Corbin Dorothy Craighead Elizabeth Crantz Carolyn Crawford Dorothy Crotts Louise Crotts Helen Crowe Lucille Cruff Billy Cyphers Mary Ellen Darst Mary Ellen Davis Beulah Deaton Jean Dennis John Derrick Elizabeth Dickerson James Dills Oleva Dogan Harold Dooley Ethel Donahue Bobby Dowdy Milton Doyle Edwin Draper Kenneth Edwards Marie Edwards A. G. Ellis John Ellis Edith Estill Ralph Farris James Farrow Mercedes Ferris Ruby Mae Fitz Thomas Fleck Fred Gardner Bobby Garrett Gladys Garst Richard Garst Ruth Garst Blanche Gartman Junior Gearhart Mary Virginia Gearhart Roy Gearhart David Gilmore James Gilmore John Givens Alva Goins Annie Mae Goins H. C. Gore, Jr. John Grant David Graves Dorothy Gray Clifford Greenway Leona Grim Doris Grisso Elsie Grisso Russell Grisso Lottie Grubb Geraldean Grubbs James Guthrie Mary Jane Haislip Agatha Hall Pauline Hall Ruby Hann Edgar Harmon Elizabeth Harmon Margaret Harmon Calvin Harris Garland Harris Horace Harris Richard Haskins Earl Haupt Ralph Hunt Kenneth Hayden Junior Haynes B. V. Helms, Jr. Elizabeth Helms Evelyn Helton Rosella Gelvey Ralph Henderlite Mary Louise Henry June Hibbitts Elizabeth Hill Elizabeth Hillman Raymond Hinchee Junior Hodges Samuel Hofowger Ruby Horne Harding Houchins Violet Houchins Virginia Houchins Hazel Hudson Thelma Hudson Ruth Hurd Dorothy Hurt Frances Hurt Lewis Hurt Ima Ingram Moreta Ishenhour Garland James Malcolm Jamison Nadine Jefferson Hugh Jennings Peggy Jerrell Douglas Jobe Mary Johnson Dorothy Johnston Edith Marie Johnston Beatrice Jones Isabelle Jones Louise Jones Malcolm Jones Marian Jones Ralph Jones Thelma Kanode Bernard Katz James Kelch Margaret Kelly Helen Kemmerlin Malcolm Killgore Mary Katherine Kime Robert Kime Robert Kincaid B. G. King Lois Kingery Lillian Kirby Thomas Kirkman Wilbur Kraft William Lamb Virginia Lambert Dorothy Lane Fannie Mae Lawrence Billy Layman Eris Lee Pauline Lemon J. A. Leonard Pauline Lester Corrine Livingston Alvie Lockard Frank Lofland Kyle Logan Ellis Lovern Mosie Lovern Gertrude Lyerly Missouri Lyerly Pennie Marcum Wallace Marlowe Bertha Marsh Frances Marshall Opal Martin Robert Martin Dorothy May Lawrence Miles Elisha Miller Barbara Minichan Frances Mitchell William Mitchell Marie Moran George Morgan Opal Moulse Viola Mowles Francis Musgrove Edward McCullum Ruth McCormick Kathleen McDaniel Lucille McDaniel Frances McGhee Virginia Nance Frances Nicar Dorothy Obenchain Catherine Osbourne Betty Jean Pace Lansing Page Rosana Palmer Gaynelle Parker Nelson Parks Clyde Parrish Cecil Parsell Dorothy Patterson Jean Patton J. D. Peeples James Pendleton William Perdue Bobby Phillips Clela Philpott Doris Piner Mary Agnes Plybon Lewis Poff Ruth Preston Mary Prillaman James Pringle Irvin Pruette Bobby Ramsey Jesse Ramsey Margaret Ramsey Earl Reese Ronald Rhodes Lellen Rice Daisy Richardson Jack Richardson Shirley Richardson Thomas Richardson Eldridge Roop Ruth Saul David Sayers Edith Scott Norma Seagle Wade Sewell James Shaw Jack Shelor George Shelton Jack Shepherd Beverly Jean Showalter Margaret Shrader Arnold Shumate Douglas Silvain Lura Sink Alice Skelton Bernice Smith Donald Smith Evelyn T. Smith George Smith Jearldeen Smith Pauline Smith Miriam Spangler Eugene Spencer Harold Spencer William Stewart J. C. Stott Charles Stump Dick Stump Harold Summers Reva St. Clair Nadine Taliaferro Walter Taylor David Terry Christine Thomas J. W. Thomas Maxine Thomas Paul Thompson James Thompson David Thornton Virginia Tobey Georgia Tyree Audrey Via June Waddell Pauline Wagner Louise Walker Thurman Walker Alan Walrond Marian Bayne Walrond Blair Walters Lacy Walthal Lois Weaver Eleanor Webster Russell Weeks Tommy Weir Elizabeth Wertz Emily Whitlow Charles Whitmore Marie Wickham Gordon Wilburn Lorraine Willis Herman Wilkerson Alice Wilson Mary Wilson Harold Wilson Wallace Wilson Horace Wimmer Lewis Wimmer Mary E. Wimmer Emily Winfrey Thelma Wood Lougenia Woolridge Roy Wise Elinor Wright Irma Lois Wright Minnie Wygal Marvin Young icneet

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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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Freshmen Assemble from the Annex for Representation A Freshman s Day in Schoo Ho! H um! (Yawn) Another day . . . Sure is pretty . . . makes me wanna go fishin’ . . . Guess I’d better hurry . . . Gosh . . . there goes the five-minute bell . . . late again . . . Just can’t get used to high school . . . getting the latest gossip in home room . . . Ah! “The Bleeding Hearts” even exist among the Freshmen . . . Wonda if the Principal knows that . . . The Bell . . . First period ... A lot of commotion in the halls . . . EBB says . . . Oh yes . . . My Algebra . . . Was about to forget my troubles for awhile . . . Equations, exponents . . . Oh Boy! ' nother period gone . . . now for my English grammar . . . (as my sister says, “N’est-ce pas?”) oh my, wotta life . . . Never stop havin’ grammar . . . nouns, pronouns, prepositions . . . bell . . . Third period . . . History . . . that old an¬ cient stuff ... I like it tho’ ’cause I like my teacher . . . Gosh! Em getting hungry . . . Must be most time for that bell . . . Ah! I thought so . . . Whew! Ed better hurry . . . gotta get in line . . . Ow! she beat me . . . yum, yum . . . potatoes, peas, beans ... ah! butterscotch pie . . . Mrs. Bradley’s a pretty good cook . . . oh boy . . . Five-minute bell . . . Better hurry? Eve been late once today . . . Mrs. James explaining past perfect . . . sum defessa . . . Saved by the bell . . . assembly . . . good program with Little Chewning as master of ceremonies . . . Last period . . . gym . . . There comes the ball . . . made a goal ... I missed that one . . . line up . . . The end of a perfect day. AIargaret Spradlin

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