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ORATORS RATE HIGH HONORS The members of this group have par¬ ticipated in many literary activities. They have taken part in five radio broadcasts on " The American School of the Air. " Ten speakers—five boys and five girls—were on the local Amer¬ ican Legion Armistice Day program; from the group boys were chosen to represent Andrew Lewis at Emory and Henry, and at Bluefield boys and girls were selected as readers, speakers and spellers in the State contests; in the Congressional District Contest for the National American Legion honors, Cabell Brand, our representative, won; and in the good citizenship program this group was well represented by speakers from this group. The aim: To prepare the members to participate in the contests of life by developing their ability to speak and read effectively and forcibly. First row, left to right: Katherine Eller, Leighton E. Harrell, Arthur Hartman, Jr., Cabell Brand, Walter Van Gelder, Rufus Bowman, Robert L. Greene, Robert Wygal, Margaret Nolley. Second row, left to right: Herbert Ramsey, Mrs. Ethel Siner Shockey, Helen Lawrence, Myra Bunting, Broaddus Chewning, Alice Lindsey, Hope Lynch, Libby Myers, Lurene Westwood, Juanita Stone, Mrs. Strickler, faculty sponsor, Evelyn Taylor Smith. Third row, left to right: Jerry Mullin, Joscelyn Dunlop, Betty Marshall, Ethel Donahue, Betty Peters, Emma Lyle West, Marion Bayne Walrond, Bob Saul, Bill Bradshaw, Hunter Kennard.
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Inset, David Thornton, captain-manager. First row, left to right: Arthur Hartman, Cabell Brand, Walter Van Gelder, Rufus Bowman, Robert Greene, first team. Second row, left to right: Leighton Harrell, Helen Crowe, Broaddus Chewning, Mrs. Shockey, coach, Charles Whitmore, Hunter Ken- nard, Robert Wygal, Harry Johnson, Alice Lindsey, chairman, Marian Walrond, Evelyn Taylor Smith, Alan Walrond. THEY ARGUE PRO AND CON 1938 - 1939 " The Only Argument Available with an East Wind is to Put On Your Overcoat. " In the session of 1938-1939 the forensic teams of A. L. H. S. " sheathed their swords only for lack of argument. " Both groups defeated Lane, of Charlottes¬ ville, in the district elimination contest. In the state literary contest at the Uni¬ versity of Virginia, the affirmative team defeated the affirmative teams of Thomas Jefferson, of Richmond; Jeffer¬ son, of Roanoke; Maury, of Norfolk, and Woodrow Wilson, of Portsmouth, but lost in the finals to Maury, negative. 1939- 1940 To Find Quarrel with a Straw When Honor ' s at the Stake. Debating is, as usual, one of the major activities at Andrew Lewis. This year, emphasis has been placed on training a larger number of teams rather than concentrating on one team. All debaters have engaged in interscholastic con¬ tests and will, before the close of the season, " tilt at other windmills " in the neighboring schools. These " Redoubtable Ruperts " in the first team, named above, will represent the district at the University of Virginia May 10 and 11.
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(SENIOR GROUP) First row (left to right): Gene Chappel, Jean Dennis, Max¬ ine Rusher, Barbara Minichan, Mary Katherine Kime, Edith Marie Johnston, Lougenia Woolridge, Marie Fergu¬ son, Frances Brugh. Second row (left to right): Ann Dennis, Lois Gore, Paul¬ ine Lemon, Jerry Mullin, Minnie Wygal, Eunice Black¬ burn, Helen Crowe, Margaret Gwinn. Third row (left to right): Thelma Kanode, Lellen Rice, Mary Ellen Davis, Martha Brown, Edith Cassady, Ellen Wygal, Juanita Greenway, Evelyn Thomas, Dorothy Pyles, Iris Moore. Fourth row (left to right): Carolyn Turner, Miss Pauline Webb, faculty sponsor, Marian Bayne Walrond, Betty Pace, Genevieve Craig, Bea Jones, Margaret Kelley, Mary A. Plybon, Anna Westwood, Lurene Westwood, Besse Dutton, Edith Ames, Dorothy Craighead. Fifth row (left to right): Madeline Scanland, Myra Bunt¬ ing, Betty Cornett, Libby Myers, Virginia Stoutamire, Dixie Kimmerling, Carolyn Crawford, Catherine Poage, Virginia Burton. Sixth row (left to right): Blanche Gartman, Evelyn T. Smith, Mary Lilly, Martha Goodwin, Margueritte Godby, Elizabeth Gartman, Mary Louise Mowles, Margaret Starkey. (SOPHOMORE GROUP) First row (left to right): Doris Plybon, Lois Wilfong, Deane Spencer, Mary Louise McNeil, Ruthe Mitchell, Jeanne Walthall, Lois Lyons. Second row (left to right): Cilia A. Bolton, Ada Morgan, Dorothy Hopkins, Dorothy Hood, Mary Shaw, Dorcas Lofland, Alice Haupt, Catherine Morgan, Dorothy Goodwin. Third row (left to right): Miss Sutherland, Virginia Bower, Irene Carden, Louise Hollyfield, Carolyn Moore, Maxine Bryant, Jean Logan, Virginia Godbey, Aline Goodwin, Jewell Shepherd, Miss Pauline Webb. Fourth row (left to right): Frances Miller, Jane Barger, Earlene Kimmerling, Annie Laurie Lee, Florence Lewis, Hazel Dillard, Rosalie Brightwell. GIRL RESERVES HOLD HIGH IDEALS BEFORE STUDENTS The Andrew Lewis Club has the largest membership of any Girl Reserve group in Roanoke and Roanoke County. Fifteen delegates, accompanied by the Advisor, attended the Regional Conference in Danville, Novem¬ ber 4-6. Myra Bunting, who rep¬ resented the Club at the Camp Betty Hastings conference last June, served efficiently as stu¬ dent recorder for the con¬ ference. Several children were cheered at Christmas with filled stockings. One of the most en¬ joyable spring social affairs was the Girl Reserve formal dance on April 12. Twenty dollars was con¬ tributed to purchase a Webster ' s unabridged dictionary. The Girl Reserves try to find and give the best in home, school and community life.
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