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

 - Class of 1941

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SeniCfSi GUosial GLub The Senior Choral Club, under the direction of Mrs. Nell G. Peery, has been very active this year. To begin with, we went to Radford in October and sang for the V. E. A.; in November, we sang for the Thanksgiving Festival and in December for the Christ¬ mas pageant. Also during the holidays we sang at the Salem Baptist Church. In April we again went to Radford to sing in the annual music festival. Perhaps the biggest event this year, as always, was the operetta given on April 18, 1941, at eight o’clock P. M. in the high school auditorium by the Senior Choral Club. The name is “In the Garden of the Shah.’’ Neli. G. Pefry Director The cast is as follows: Zodhah, Edith Scott; Lolhah, Catherine Osbourne; Sheik, Bob Barger; Shah, Leonard Broughman; Ted, Rufus Bowman; Billy, Buddy Chewning; Sam, Lynwood Angell, and Noivobeh, Bea Jones. As the annual goes to press, we are planning for the spring music festival, the music for the Baccalaureate Service and Commencement. First Row —Jimmy Smith. Irma Wright, Dot Gray, Betty Marshall, Virginia Tobey, Louise Holly field, Maxine Rusher, Dott Patterson, Barbara Minichan, Genevieve Craig, Edith Scott, Marion Jones, Kitty Osborne, Mariam Spangler, Billy Carroll, Weil ord Eller. Second Row —Thelma Kanode, Wallace Wilson, Lucille Martin, Audrey Via, Blanche Gartman. Louise C.rotts, Juanita Stone, Beverly Jean Showalter, Carolyn Craw¬ ford, Thelma Hudson. Janice Holliday, Margaret Ellen McCauley, Virginia Godbey, Evelyn Taylor Smith, Erank Campbell. Third Row —Emma Lou Graybeal, Herman Phlegar, Jr., James Tobey, Missouri Lyerly. Jean Gray, Derwood Rusher, Lynwood Angell, Bette Montgomery, Rufus Bowman, Clasie Philpott, Shirley Richardson, Lois Garst, Dorothy Hood, Dorothy Goodwin, Broaddus Chewning, Bob Barger, Frank Collins, Jr. 4 44

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Qini (lede ae ' i SENIOR OFFICERS Carolyn Crawford Mary K. Kime Genf.vieve Craig . . Virginia Lambert. . President Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer JUNIOR OFFICERS Ann Ballentine . President Helen Sue Macom . Vice President Anne Lindsey . Secretary Juanita Graham . Treasurer The Girl Reserves Clubs of Andrew Lewis during the term 1940-41 have been identified more with inter-club affairs than formerly. Carolyn Craw ' ford, the Senior Club presi¬ dent, was sent to Camp Betty Hastings last June. Much help, materially and financially, was given in assisting with the Regional Con¬ ference held in Roanoke in November. A fel¬ lowship dinner was given by the Club for the delegates entertained in Salem, and their hostesses. Twenty-five dollars was contributed from the treasury to help finance the con¬ ference. More than 30 of our members attended the conference. Pauline Webb, Adviser The clubs were represented in every phase of work connected with the Sixtieth Anniversary of Girl Reserve work in America (April 20- 26). The Andrew Lewis clubs attended special church services at the Methodist Church, April 20. Each member made a special contribution during the week and designated it should be used for Girl Reserves in China. At the time of this writing the clubs are planning their spring formal during the month of May and hope it will be as successful and as enjoy¬ able as those of previous years. SENIOR GROUP, First Row —Betty Pace, Barbara Minichan, Edith Marie Johnston, Anna Westwood, Mary Katherine Kime, Carolyn Crawford, Genevieve Craig, Virginia Lambert, Mary Agnes Plybon, Doris Plybon. Second Row —Dorothy Hopkins, Mary Louise McNeil, Polly Lemon, Gene Chappel, Jean Dennis, Florence Lewis, Irma Wright, Louise Holly- field, Evelyn Huiet, Beatrice Jones. Third Row —Edith Cassady, Katherine Babb, Irene James, Shirley Richardson, Katherine James, Anne Brugh, Lucille Martin, Beverly Jean Showalter. Fourth Row —Margaret Kelley, Nadine Taliaferro, Dorothy Hood, Nancy Garst, Marion Bayne Walrond, Jean Logan, Earlene Kimmerling, Martha Brown, Alary Lilly. SOPHOMORE GROUP, First Row —Marilyn Holliday, Anne Lindsey, Juanita Graham, Ann Ballentine, Helen Sue Macom, Helen Hood, Louise Ferris, Martha Haider, Jane Sumpter, Peggy Marlowe. Second Row —Ann Wray Wigington, Fairy Abe, Gloria Ferris, Frances Colwell, Alargaret Crouch, Jacqueline Clinewell, Polly Bower, Faye Steven¬ son, Anne Rowell, Charlotte Dennis, Pauline Webb ( Adviser ). •e '



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indsi uii Jl uMsi Jiicjli ScUo-al Hand We have been doing quite a few things in our band since the annual was published last year. I will try to summarize them for you. Last August Mr. Christensen took the band to Wytheville to play for their centennial. We played for nearly all the football games last winter, including the Lynchburg game, which was played away. Each Christmas we give a Christmas Concert for the pupils either before or right after the holidays. In February we played a concert at the Veterans Facility, which was a big success. L. Christensen Director Our annual concert was given Ap ril ioth, which included a moving picture and a magician. The proceeds will be used for more equipment for the band. We have also played for the baseball games and will continue to do so until the end of the season. I ' irst Row —Catherine Osborne, Charles King, Jimmy Burnett, Harry Johnson, John Ferrell, Lincoln Missimer, Frances Caldwell, Ray Lancaster, Janet Wilson, Fay Howell, June Garrett, Nancy Garst, Dreama Dillon, Eleanor Watson, Gordon Wilburn. Second Row — Mr. Christensen, Lucetta Woodruff, Alex Brown, Bobby Garrett, Jim Godwin, Pete Dobbins, Billy Wicks, Rachel Kinzie, Ann Obenchain, Betty Sears, Phyllis Williams, Sylvester Perdue, Edwin Gentry, Billy Baker. Third Row —Harvey Parley, Lawrence Cecil, Harry Phillips, William Wade, Gene Cook, Milan Hitt, Wilbur Mann, Leo Kesler, Isabelle Henry, Bertha McNeil, Catherine McCall, Garnell Canup. Fourth Row —Wallace Wilson, Missouri Lyerly, Etta Pilow, Emma Lou Graybeal, Herman Phlegar, Frank Walthall, Bill King, Baxter Shelo r, Leonard Broughman. 3{ 45

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