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Gcdeadan, 194-0-4-1 Mr. Kyle rings the old school bell when the electricity is shut off and we cannot use our electric bell March 17—Marion Glee Club visited our school today. We enjoyed their music very much. March 18—The County Teachers Banquet was held here at the school. After dinner, they were shown the pictures of Egypt by Dr. George Samuel Kendall. March 19—Mr. Lusk, of N. B. C., came and talked to the seniors today. March 20—Reports! This means only twelve weeks of school left. N. F. L. met in Bristol. Lewis sent nine representatives. Senior officers were elected. March 21-22—The A. L. Hi-Y entertained the Virginia District Conference in Salem. The boys were given two banquets and a dance. April 1—The Avon players visited our school and presented two delightful performances under sponsorship of the Beta Club. The annual banner is displayed, advertising the annual campaign A scene from the Hi-Y Conference held in Salem this year April 5—We had a track meet today at Hargrave and they come here the 7th for baseball. April 8—Physical Ed. students, under direction of Miss Kern and Coach Denton, presented a gym exhibit to the public in the school gym tonight. April 9—New schedule was observed today. Junior Class officers elected. April 10—Band concert was held today. April 16—“Virginia Judge” was shown today along with several short subjects. April 18—Students broadcast under direction of Miss Spradlin. Operetta, “In the Garden of the Shah,” was presented by the Senior Choral Club under direction of Mrs. Peery. April 19—Our Debate Team met Jefferson High School Debate Team. Andrew Lewis affirma¬ tive and Jefferson negative team won. As The Pioneer goes to press, students eagerly await examinations and the final event—graduation. Chemistry 2 students take their mid-year examination 28 }
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Galendci i 1940-4-1 January 25—Our big night in basket ball! The Jefferson Magicians really used some magic when they rolled over us in Roanoke. January 27-29—Exams. Not even a whisper in the halls. (They must be scared speechless.) January 29—Andrew Lewis played Martinsville there. January 30—This is the first day of the new term. We followed the old schedule. January 31—New term, new schedule, new “stoodents” and everybody rushing around like chickens with their heads cut off. The boys are playing in Hampton tonight. February 3—We’ve all been waiting for it and now it’s here— The Pioneer Campaign. Pos¬ ters and a banner decorated the halls of An¬ drew Lewis. February 4—Special Annual Assembly featuring old pictures of faculty and recent pictures of the students. We played Byrd in Vinton. February 5—The feature picture, “Peck’s Bad Boy,” was shown before a large student body today in the auditorium. All students interested in the National Forensic League met with Mr. Thompson. February 6 —Call meeting of the Advertising Staff of the Pioneer and Library Club was held at activities period. February 7—The boys are playing Glass tonight and did a fine job of it. February 8—We played Lane tonight. February ic—MEASLES! Everyone has it. February 13—Mr. Stackhouse visited our school today and demonstrated a new type movie projector which the school is buying. A scene from the Christinas play, " The Other Wise Man” Mrs. Pedigo struggles with the registration of her home¬ room pupils February 14—Radio program by sociology stu¬ dents under direction of Miss Spradlin. We played Jefferson tonight here and lost. Good game. February 17—Home Economics Club met today in 305. February 19—Insurance company representatives spoke in Senior assembly today. The team played in Lexington and the National Forensic tourney was held. February 21—We played Danville here for the western district championship and lost. February 23—The Apollo Entertainers visited the school and delighted both teachers and students with their performances. February 25—The team went to Rocky Mount for the game. February 28—The Beta Club installed its new members with a very beautiful service in assembly today. March 3—Tennis Team was formed under di¬ rection of Coach Thompson. March 5—“Great Expectations” was shown to the student body today. March 7-8—Beta Convention was held at Hotel Roanoke. About 20 members of the Lewis chapter attended and thoroughly enjoyed it. March 10—Girls dramatic, oratorical and humor¬ ous contests were held under direction of Mrs. Strickler. March n—Girls’ Basket Ball Tournament was held today. March 12—New schedule tried out for one day. March 13—French Club presented the motion picture, “The Life and Love of Beethoven.” March 14—Senior Mirror elections were held. 4 27
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MostMf ' Uim Glub Richard Fisher John Gleason. Bob Jett. Harold Shelor. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . ..Treasurer D. E. Denton, Adviser The Monogram Club did not get organized until late this year hut it is now be¬ ginning to be more active. With about twelve boys as the nucleus of the Club we have increased the membership to twenty-five. Every boy, to be eligible for membership, must have won a letter in either football, basket ball, baseball or track, and must have the unanimous vote of all members of the Club. It is, therefore, quite a privilege and honor to be a member. The plan is to elect the officers of the Club for next year, so that they m ay carry on the work of the Club and accomplish even greater things than the Club has accomplished this year. First Row —Claude Hollyfield, John McClure, Coach Denton, Rufus Bowman, Richard Fisher, Howard Barnett, Harold Shelor Second Row —Howard Wimmer, Joe Spencer, John Gleason, Bob Jett, B. G. Kins, Ed Mc- Callum, Wyatt Corbin, “Buck” Johnson 4 29 )
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