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Above we see scenes of activities engaged in by the different organizations which are a regular part of the Lewis students’ school life—The Christmas Pageant, the Band Concert, French Club Part y, Girl Reserves Conference Dance, Hi-Y Club Meeting, Home Economics Kiwanis Dinner, The Cafeteria, Bob Carlton making movie, " The Typical Senior.” 4 23 }
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Top —The Salem High School Lyceum, 1910 Bottom —The Salem High School Dramatic Club, 1910 BOOK TWO Jctluiiled. In 1900, the chief activity seems to have been the Senior Class play, “The Princess.” In 1910, the Lyceum and the Dramatic Club constituted the extra-curricular activities. Since that time their value in the educational program has been recognized more and more uinil at the present time at Andrew Lewis there are around forty student activities. Among them are the Projection Club, which films home movies and makes available to the students educational pictures throughout the year; the various athletic activities; partici¬ pation in the American School of the Air Program; band and choral; Hi-Y and F. F. A. Clubs for boys, Girl Reserves and Home- Making for girls; forensics; Newspaper, Annual and Beta; Student Monitors, and ether activities too numerous to mention in this space. Miss Grace Wiley, as she appeared in the 1900 Class Play, “The Princess,” by Tennyson
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GatestdciSi ojj 1940-41 American Legion speakers look as if they are confident of their speeches September 12—All the county teachers were here today. Not only did they get final instructions but the} ' also had a wonderful luncheon that Mrs. Bradley “cooked up.” September 13—Some fourteen hundred students reported today and were assigned to home rooms. Lockers were assigned from 2 o’clock until 3 o’clock in 102. The book store opened at 2 o’clock. What a hubbub! September 14—Our first game, w r ith Bedford, brought all the “stoods” out to the college field to see the Blue Team romp over the Otters 41-0 today. How is that for a good beginning? September 16—“Juniors and seniors will have their lunch period at 12:10, sophomores and freshmen at 12:5o.” This was the announce¬ ment from Mr. Kyle today. September 17—Assembly today for both groups. My goodness! How do they all get in there? No wonder the periods were divided. September 20—Hey, why all the groans? Spell¬ ing? Oh, I see, every one has to have a spell¬ ing book and, furthermore he has to use it. September 21—The team plays in Newport News tonight. The first Class A game and we won¬ der what the score will be? Lucky boys, they got a swell, elegant trip. September 26—This is like a sardine cannery. Double assembly today. September 28—The Cougars were our guests to¬ day. In our second victory, we rolled over the lads from Covington 44-7. October 2—The teachers had their first real meet¬ ing today in the Library to discuss the problems of the “deer institooshun.” The seniors and juniors saw the motion picture, “High, Wide and Handsome.” October 3—The sophs and freshies saw the show ' , “High, Wide and Handsome,” today. They seemed to enjoy it as much as the seniors did. October 5—We played an old county rival today —William Fleming, from out on Williamson Road. Ours was the victory, 47-7. October 8—We progress year by year—the girls have “hatched up” a drill team under the di¬ rection of Miss Kern, our new gym teacher. We’ve something to look forward to. October 9—Mr. Ballard came down today and gave demonstrations with the help of the fire department. These demonstrations were shown to both assemblies. October 11—The Drill Team had their meeting in the gym today. These girls have something. October 12—Home-Coming! With it another Class A game played on the college fi eld at night. At the end the score read 33-0 in our favor. October 14—The newspaper staff had their cam¬ paign under the direction of the staff members. October 15—The Home Economics girls and the F. F. A. boys got a half-day holiday to go to Neuhoff’s and see them butcher. What, no fainting (feinting) spells? October 16—Conscription day. We came to school and had a patriotic program and then “scrammed” so Uncle Sam could use our school for registration. October 17—There was a mystery in this school today. There was a show for girls only. Don’t worry, boys—it w r as just an ad for Southern Seminary. October 22—Why all the weeping and wailing, little ones? Report card today? Were they that bad ? October 26—Today was the day in our football season. We played our oldest rival, Jefferson, in Roanoke. We had the mighty t eam it took to whip the Magicians 15-7. Of course, there was a football hop that night. Seniors give their orders for senior rings
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