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

 - Class of 1941

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Atatiosial tf-oAe.+i ' Uc Club Beginning with the Armistice Day program the students of this group have worked faithfully in many contests in reading, declama¬ tion, public speaking and spelling. In his Armistice Day speech, “Our Real Defense,” David Thorn¬ ton won first place in the county over William Byrd and William Fleming. This was the first year the contest was all-county. Our school for the first time became a member of the National Forensic League and participated in the district contest in Bristol, Va., sending representatives in extempore speaking, original, humor¬ ous, oratorical and dramatic declamation. Debating schools entering the contest were from Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia. Four of the contestants went to the finals: Sallie Lou Krieg, Juanita Stone, Mary Elizabeth Boone, and Broaddus Chewning. proudly wearing a ribbon for third place in humorous declamation. PeARL C. StRICKLER Adviser Mary Elizabeth came back These students also took part in the district and state contests held in Roanoke and at the University of Virginia. In 1940 Betty Peters and Lurene Westwood, Andrew Lewis representatives in reading and public speaking for girls, were state champions. First Row —Robert F. Whitmore, Virginia Tobey, Lellen Rice, Anne Sluss, Janice Holliday, Mary Elizabeth Boone. Sally Loii Krieg. Second Row —Bob Logan, Ada Morgan, Virginia Morris, Kathryn Morgan. Evelyn Taylor Smith. Lougenia Woolridge, Helen Crowe, Juanita Stone, Billy Carroll Third Row — Mr. Thompson, Missouri Lyerly, Tom Weir, Alan Walrond. David Thornton, Rufus Bowman, Lynnwood Angell, Charles Whitmore, Broaddus Chewning, Mrs. Strickler. €( 33 }l ; -

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Hatiosial fyoAe.H ' iia Jleax ue The Andrew Lewis Chapter of the National Forensic League was formed this year under the capable leadership of Mr. George Thompson, our new Debate Coach, who replaced Mrs. Ethyl Shockey. Mrs. Shockey left our faculty last year, after making a very success¬ ful record at Andrew Lewis, to take a position with the National Youth Administration. The debate teams attended the National Forensic League district meet at Bristol, Va. The teams, as they stood at this meet, were: Affirmative, first speaker and rebuttal, Charles Whitmore; second speaker and cross-examiner, David Thornton; negative, first speaker and rebuttal, Broaddus Chewning; second speaker and cross-examiner, Tom Weir. The affirmative met and defeated teams from the following places: Elizabethton, Tenn., Princeton, W. Va., and Orlando, Fla. The negative met and were defeated by the following: Kingsport, Tenn., Johnson City, Tenn., and Bristol, Va. The negative defeats eliminated the school. The teams, as they stood for competition in the Virginia Literary League, were: Affirmative, Charles Whitmore, first speaker; David Thornton, cross-examiner, and Alan Walrond, rebuttal. Negative, Broaddus Chewning, first speaker; Flarry Johnson, cross¬ examiner, and Tom Weir, rebuttal. Andrew Lewis met Jefferson for the district Virginia Literary League contest on April 19. As result of this contest, the Andrew Lewis affirmative and the Jefferson nega¬ tive will enter the state tournament at Charlottesville. The debate question for the year was, “Resolved: That the Power of the Federal Government Should be Increased.” The question for next year will pertain to compulsory military training. The purpose of forensic work is to enable the stu¬ dents, through practice, to present their ideas and plans intelligently and clearly to other people. When this is achieved the student has a valuable asset which nothing else can replace. N. F. L. Initiation OUTSTANDING FORENSIC STUDENTS Broaddus Chewning, David Thornton, Rufus Bowman, Alan Walrond, Thomas Weir, Harry Johnson, Charles Whitmore, President, Local Chapter 4 32



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9. S. S. GUafiteA (International Student Society) The French Club of Andrew Lewis joined the International Student Society, Vancouver, Washington, in November, and received a charter January i. The purpose of this society is the noblest work of all—the promotion of International Friendship and World Peace. The motto is: “United Youth World Friendship. " By joining this society members correspond with students in other countries, are entitled to purchase and wear I. S. S. pins and, most important, the school is represented in the Student Who’s Who in the Americas, also two faculty members in the Teachers’ Who’s Who in the Americas. The I. S. S. Club holds two meetings each month and for the programs some important literary or historical French character is discussed in addition to French folk songs, poems, etc. In regard to activities, the Club had a Christmas party with dancing at the County Woman’s Club House on December iS. A program in French was given and gifts were exchanged according to the French custom. Choral mem¬ bers of the Club sang carols in French for the Christmas program of the Cercle Francais of Roanoke City. The Club sponsored the French movie, “The Life and Loves of Beethoven.” In addition to Andrew Lewis students, members of the Cercle Francais of Roanoke City and French students of William Fleming High and of Roanoke College attended the movie. This movie has been described as the best that Andrew Lewis has ever shown. The Club for the spring semester is giving an assembly program in French for the senior and freshman groups; the first-year class is entertaining the first of May the ninth grade with a short program and a tea for the purpose of arous¬ ing interest in French. On May 23 is the annual Lawn Party given by the entire department. This consists of short plays, folk songs and dances—everything in French. This is given for the faculty, parents of the students and those who are especially interested in French. The officers of the Club are: Virginia Tobey, president; Lois Wilfong, vice president; Leonard Broughman, secre¬ tary; Irma Wright, tr easurer, and Catherine Osborne, reporter. FRENCH 2, First Row —Anne Brugh, Mary Heefner, Mary Louise Miles, Janet Wilson, Anne Sluss, Virginia Godbey, Margaret Ellen Mc¬ Cauley, Isabell Henry, Elinor Watson, Dorothy Hood, Carolyn Moore. Second Row —Frances Miller, Kathryne James, Irene Coleman, Ruth Coleman, Marian Overstreet, Geraldine Plunkett, Jean Winjord, Jean Logan, Dorothy Thompson, Doris King. Third Row — Emma Lou Graybeal, Thomas Weir, Ronald Rhodes, Earlene Kimmerling, Nancy Williamson. FRENCH 4, First Row —Mary Elizabeth Boone, Murrill Scanland, Lois Wilfong, Juanita Stone, Virginia Tobey, Kitty Osborne, Beatrice Jones, Barbara Minichan, Peggy Jerrell, Irma Wright, Dott Patterson. Bessie Duty, Martha Brown, Missouri Lyerly. Second Row —Julia Barnett, Edith Agee, Frances Bayse, Audrey Via, Elsie Grisso, Edith Light, Mary Ellen Davis, Marie Edwards, Lois Kingery, Corrine Livingston, Miss Wood, J. W. Thomas, Dorothy Johnston, Mary Johnson, Frances Hurt. Third Row —Lynwood Angell, Marion Hall, Frank Collins, Jr., Milton Hood, Edi th Marie Johnston, Margaret Kelley, Keith Kittinger, Harold Campbell. -£{ 34 )S

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