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

 - Class of 1939

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Page 56 text:

SNAPSHOTS Our Alma Mater. Don’t look now—we’re being fol¬ lowed. Dictation. The first “dandy-line” of spring! Mullins and his side kick. Brrrrrrrrrrr! Let’s talk “shop.” Three Smart “Girruls.” En¬ couragement, eh? Frosh meet. Mein herr Snapp. Fight ’em, Blue Team! The mad “Russian” for busses. Spring has sprung. Sambo plus Rastus. Major Chewning and Announcer Jonas over the “Pioneer” station. Mrs. Weir’s son, Tom. What, a pass! Quiet, please. The dump. Three Guessers. It must have been a wow. The plot sickens. Let’s go into a cuddle.

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There s Always Time for a Bit of Fun Quo Vadis? Two Don Juans and Cupid. Four of a kind. The wandering minstrels. Hail, hail, the gang’s all here! Three’s a crowd. Hold tight. Always on her toes. The way to a man’s heart-! “Little Man, What Now?” The quins 1950? Salem spring fever. Easter parade. Feinting before fainting. Spirit of ’76. 5 gjgjgr A peep over the parapet. The three musketeers. “Square.” Esso, Bambino?



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SNAPSHOTS The shiek and his harem. Tell ’em, Kimmerling! The scribbling scribes. Strange combination. Yes, my darling mama! Our Miss Annie. ’Nuff said. Now YOU watch the birdie. “The slippery elm?” After reading “Mein Kampf.” One bow (beau) too many. We’ve got your number! Two swell guys. On to Lexington! All’s fair in love and war. Food for thought? The leaning tower of Androo Loois. The Triple Entente. No squint! No stoop! But whadda squat! Our charming Clyde. Peacock Alley of S. H. S. “Snake” and his squeeze box. Typical “Pioneers.’’ Where are you going, my pretty maids?

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