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Achievement, Character, Leadership THE NATIONAL BETA CLUB The Beta Club is a non-secret, achievement- service organization for students of senior high schools. Its purpose is the promotion of honesty, ser¬ vice a,nd leadership among its members. The organization now has chapters in fourteen states with a total active membership of seven¬ teen thousand. The Andrew Lewis Chapter has at present fifty-two members. The total enrollment since 1936 is one hundred and twenty-seven. A Beta Club, working under ideal conditions, gives boys and girls wholesome, happy high school days. It sends them out into the world better prepared for American citizenship. First row, left to right: Elsie Grisso, Virginia Lambert, Ruth Preston, Mary Spangler, Joscelyn Dunlop, Peggy Jerrell, Opal Ross, Gene Chappel. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Pedigo, Harriette Tyler, Hilah Sink, Helen Lawrence, Myra Bunting, Alice Lindsey, Libby Myers, Carolyn Crawford, Martha Goodwin, Doris Spencer, Edith Marie Johnston. Third row, left to right: Evelyn Taylor Smith, Geneva Jones, Walter Van Gelder, Mary Jane Haislip, Blanche Gartman, Edith Ames, Cabell Brand, Rufus Bowman, Leonard Brough- man, Herbert Ramsey, Leighton E. Harrell, Margaret Nolley, Irma Wright, Betty Cornett. Fourth row, left to right: Helen Crowe, John Jamison, Jean Ann Wilfong, Lillian Ashford, Ruth Garst, Juanita Reynolds, Missouri Lyerly, Mary Agnes Plybon, Robert L. Greene, Dick Fisher, Brian Rhodes, Virginia Stoutamire. Fifth row, left to right: Ronald Rhodes, Bob Saul, Arthur Hartman, Jr., Doris Grisso, Robert Wygal, H. C. Gore, Charles Whitmore.
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MEN ARE MOLDED IN THE MONOGRAM CLUB OFFICERS Jack Wilbourne.President Jack Dame.Vice President Bob Saul.Secretary-Treasurer D. J. Showalter John McClure Bob Phillips Walton Bowles Bernard Graybeal Claude Holl yfield Harvey Apperson Frances Wright Rufus Bowman Howard Wimmer Wyatt Corbin George Haupt Bob Jett Paul Foley John Gleason Harold Shelor Charles Johnson Claude Hodges Richard Haskins Bain Reed Richard Fisher Jack Dame Harold Garrett Vernon Keith Lawrence Reynolds Edward McCallum Bob Peters Joe Spencer B. G. King Oliver Hall Ralph Peters Coach Denton Preston Reynolds Bob Saul Howard Barnett Jack Wilburn Herald Keith The Monogram Club of 1939-40 was organized from a nucleus of its three officers elected in the spring of 1939. These officers voted into the club boys in school who were entitled to mono¬ grams and who they deemed fit to become mem¬ bers. Each new member must be voted into the club unanimously by the other members. The Monogram Club, with one of the largest memberships in the history of the club, looks back upon a year of many accomplishments. The greatest of these accomplishments was the buy¬ ing of an electric basket ball timer and clock for the gymnasium. This clock will be of use to the school for years to come and will be ma¬ terial evidence of the work of the Monogram Club of 1939-40. The Monogram Club has the reputation of be¬ ing one of the most progressive clubs in the school and is looking forward to another year of work for the benefit of the school. The club will welcome back next year an even larger number of members than it had this year. The sole purpose of the club is to help, in any way, the school and the students in school.
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SENIOR CHORAL MEMBERS First row, left to right: Maxine Rusher, Lois Gore, Dorothy Pyles, Gertrude Lyerly, Joscelyn Dunlop, Margueritte Godbey, Eliza¬ beth Gartman. Second row: Beatrice Jones, Virginia Stoutamire, Betty Cornett, Dixie Kimmerling, Genevieve Craig, Catherine Osborne, Emma Louis Graybeal, Katherine Eller, Juanita Stone, Margaret Gwinn. Third row: Lois Garst (pianist). Bob Powell (assistant director), Libby Myers, Betty Peters, Emma Lyle West, Opal Ross, James Tobey, Thomas Tuttle, Leo Summers, Virginia Tobey, Betty Hetherington, Mrs. Peery (director). Fourth row: Malcolm Voci, Myra Bunting, Broaddus Chewning, Alice Lindsey, Milton Doyle, Herman Phlegar, Jr., Leonard Broughman. Fifth row: Billy Carroll, Bob Barger, Lynwood Angell, Francis Smiley, William Guy Harrell, Billy Garrett CAST OF " THE COUNT AND THE CO-ED " First row, left to right: Emma Lyle West, Betty Hetherington, Bob Barger, Alice Lindsey, Malcolm Voci, Myra Bunting, Gertrude Lyerly. Second row: Lois Gore, James Tobey, ' Opal Ross, John Ross, John Wertz, Juanita Stone, Leonard Broughman THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT PLAYS THE CHORAL CLUB The Choral Classes of Andrew Lewis are under the direction of Mrs. G. G. Peery and are divided into five groups: The Girls ' Glee Clubs, which meet Mondays; the mixed choruses from the Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes, which meet Fridays; the freshmen report Wednesdays for Music Appreciation and part singing; the Boys ' Choir meets Monday at Activities Period, and the Senior Choir rehearses Tuesday nights. The following programs were given during the year 1939-40: October.Assembly Program November.Armistice Day Program November.Thanksgiving Program December.Christmas Program February.Assembly Program April.Radio Program on English and Spanish Folk Music April.Freshman Operetta, ' ' The Life of Stephen Foster,” by Kathryn Daniel May.Assisted County May Music Festival May.Operetta, " The Count and the Co-Ed,” by Morgan and O ' Hara May.Music for Baccalaureate Service May.Commencement Music
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