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

 - Class of 1941

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Student WUo. r l Who- Verba Wood Faculty Who’s Who The “Leaders of Tomorrow” are the youth of today and, in order to select and honor outstanding students in the high schools of the Americas a book, “Student Who’s Who,” is published by the Inter¬ national Student Society. All schools which form chapters of the I. S. S. are entitled to list outstanding seniors, one senior for each ioo students enrolled in the school. Andrew ' Lewis was entitled to 15 seniors, who were chosen by the senior teachers and the principal. Also the same organization publishes a book, “Teachers’ Who’s Who” in the Americas. Andrew Lewis was entitled to two representatives, who were chosen by the principal. “Student Who’s Who” is the first and only one of its kind devoted exclusively to students in high school. John H. Snapp Faculty Who’s Who Upper —Richard Fisher, Evelyn Taylor Smith, David Thornton, Peggy Jerrell, Charles Whitmore. Edith .Marie Johnston, John Gleason, Mary Agnes Plybon. Lower —Lougenia Woolridge, Alan Walrond, Carolyn Crawford, Lynwood Angell, Helen Crowe, Emily Whitlowe, Irma Lois Wright. 35 }

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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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eJli-lj GluL Clay and McLaughlin, Advisers Theme for the Year: " Living Creatively” OFFICERS James Ferris . President Rufus Bowman . Vice President Buddy Hali . Secretary Charlie Apferson . Treasurer The Hi-Y Club of Andrew Lewis during the last year has especially dwelt on a higher and more creative way of living. The Club began the year with several dinners at which some of Salem’s most prominent men spoke to the members. The initiation of new members into the Club was held at one of these dinners. Baskets were given to the unfortunate at Christmas and for a period of two weeks each, boys from the Club were appointed to raise and lower the Flag. Being the host to the district Fli-Y conference was the Club’s largest task during the year. The conference began Friday, March 21, and ended Sunday, March 23. On Friday, after the boys had been registered, they were taken to the houses where they were to stay. That night a supper was given for them. Saturday morning provided for group singing and discussio n groups, in which creative living was discussed. The Roanoke College gymnasium was open for recreation in the afternoon. On Saturday night a banquet was given and later a dance. The boys, after attending church in a group on Sunday, returned to their homes. The theme for the conference was “Living Creatively in Times Like These.” First Row —Thcmas Fleck, Jack Lowe, Bill Layman, Joe Ross, Bill Wrench, J. A. Leonard, Jr., Charlie Apperson, Buddy Hall, Charles Swecker, Page Wood, Bob Logan, Horace Wimmer, Bob Holladay, Paul Garst, Dickie Walthall. Second Row —Billy Carroll. Calvin Garst, Jesse Ramsey, Bob Barger, Robert Kime, IFallace Marlowe, Mike Spessard, James Loope, George Black, Malcolm Kill- gore, Paul Rushing, Lynwood Angell, Junior Miller. Third Row —James Ferris, Air. Leon McLaughlin. Not Pictured— Bob Carlton and " Roots” Bowman. •Cj 36 }i

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