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

 - Class of 1940

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HI-Y BOYS SEEK TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHRISTIAN CHARACTER The Andrew Lewis Hi-Y Club has for its goal the purpose of extend¬ ing throughout the high school the qualities of clean speech, clean sportsmanship, and clean scholar¬ ship. The year of 1939-40 has been one of the Club ' s most prosperous. A large group of delegates attended the annual Hi-Y Conference in Lynchburg at the beginning of the year, in which the Club obtained an experience of what the Hi-Y clubs are doing throughout the United States in the building of high standards of Christian char¬ acter. The conference helped the members of the Club with prob¬ OFFICERS Bill Bradshaw.President Bob Barger. . . .Vice President James Ferris.Secretary Robert Wygal.Treasurer lems which face them today in this changing world, especially the problems that face the American youth. The Club has kept in close con¬ nection with the churches of Salem, partly by a group attendance of Sunday services, and by the atten¬ dance of ministers at the Club ' s school activities. An American flag for the audi¬ torium was presented to the school by the Club. It is the desire of the Hi-Y mem¬ bers to be of real service to the student body. It is their sincere hope that the Club has functioned in this manner this particular year. First row, left to right: Warren Murphy, Dicky Walthall, Walbert Gentry, Bob Barger, Bill Bradshaw, Robert Wygal, James Ferris, Bob Holladay. Second row: Jesse Ramsey, Martin Ronge, Claude Rowell, Bob Logan, Ralph Rice, Vernon Minnix, J. A. Leonard, Judson Lockard, Alex Sharpe, Buddy Hall, Verne Bliss. Third row: Frank Robertson, Mike Spessard, Billy Crouch, Robert Kime, Lynwood Angell, Bob Carlton, Wallace Marlowe, Dalton Byrd, J. E. Oglesby, faculty sponsor

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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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Walter Van Gelder.Treasurer Edith Marie Johnston.. Vice Pres. Robert Saul.President Dorothy Patterson.Secretary FRENCH 3 AND 4 First row, left to right: Beatrice Jones, Robert L. Greene, Edith Agee, Virginia Toby, Bob Saul, Bill Draper. Second row, left to right: Ann Dennis, Betty Peters, Ann Davis, Ethel Scott, Lois Kingery, Dorothy Patterson, Corrine Livingston, Doris Spencer, Edith Ames. Third row, left to right: Dorothy Booth, Louise Grisso, Mary Spang¬ ler, Joscelyn Dunlop, Dorothy Craighead, Margaret Nolley, Alice Lindsey, Dixie Kimmerling, Libby Myers, Opal Ross, Miss Verba Wood, faculty sponsor. Fourth row, left to right: Milton Hood, Charles W. Whitmore, Ed¬ win Draper, William Guy Harrell, Nelson V. Parks, Herbert Ramsey, Verne Bliss. FRENCH 1 AND 2 First row, left to right: Catherine Osborne, Lois Wilfong, Murrill Scanland, Walter Van Gelder, Julia Barnett, Bea Armstrong, Kath¬ ryn Robertson. Second row, left to right: Tom Weir, Edith Light, Minnie Scott, Nancy Lee, Bessie Duty, Margaret Kelley, Lurene Westwood, Edith Marie Johnston, Jean Dennis, Lou- genia Woolridge. Third row, left to right: Martha Brown, Mary Ellen Danis, Ellen Wygal, Frances Bayse, Frances Hurt, Irma Wright, Peggy Jerrell, Marian Bayne Walrond, Emily Whitlow, Missouri Lyerly, Mary Jane Haislip, Maxine Thomas, Thelma Harshbarger, Miss Verba Wood, faculty sponsor, Juanita Stone. Fourth row, left to right: Nancy Williamson, Barbara Minichan, Isabelle Jones, Mary Johnson, Earl Reese, James Tobey, Dorothy Johnston, Margaret Harris. Fifth row, left to right: Keith Kit- tinger, Lyndon Musser, Earl Haupt, Lynwood Angell, Ed McCallum, David Terry, Bob Barger, Fred McDaniel, Frank Collins, Jr. THE FRENCH CLUB emphasizes the practical speaking knowledge of French and promotes its social use The French Club has had its usual active year under the competent direc¬ tion of its officers, advised by Miss Wood. Especially busy has been the Program Committee, planning interest¬ ing programs for each meeting. These programs consist of devotions in French, lives and works of French authors, dia¬ logues and short plays in French and French folk songs and games. Besides its regular meetings, it has had several additional activities, including a Christmas party, an assembly program, a dance given in cooperation with the Jefferson High French Club, and a gar¬ den party in May. ii

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