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

 - Class of 1941

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SOFTBALL, First Row —Mary Margaret Cornett, Mareta Cash, Virginia Cook, Kathryn Driscoll, Frances Wood, Viola Mowles, Isabelle Henry. Second Row —Mary Kelly, I.illie Mae Grubb, Jean Smith, Shirley Minnix, Mildred Nettles, Lois Wilfong, Elinor Watson, Minnie Wygal. Third Row —Polly Caldwell, Anna Westwood, Betty Crawford. Mary Agnes Plybon, Corrine Livingston, Annie Laurie Lee, Missouri Lyerly. Fourth Row —Salty Lou Krieg, Winnie Willis, Louise Peters, Opal Hilton, Evelyn Carroll, Dorothy Patterson, Polly Bower, Jeanne Walthall. TRACK, First Row —Margaret Crouch, Missouri Lyerly, Elinor Watson, Isabelle Henry, Margaret Kelly, Minnie Wygal, Mary Agnes Plybon. Second Row — Winnie Willis, Betty Anne Kinzer, Viola Mowles, Frances Wood, Virginia Cash, Lillie Mac Grubb. Third Row —Mary Kelly, Mary Margaret Cornett, Polly Caldwell, Betty Crawford, Jean Deer, Jane Wygal. TENNIS, First Row —Faye Stevenson, Jane Wygal, Anna Westwood, Minnie Wygal, Elizabeth Patterson. Second Row —Rowena Rumbley, Lottie Grubb, Dott Patterson, Mary Agnes Plybon, Elinor Watson, Margaret Kelly, Margaret Ramsey. Third Row —Dottie Hall, Mary Katherine Kime, Annie Laurie Lee, Margaret Middleton, Frances Miller, Chickie Lewis, Gertrude Clark, Ruth O ' Bryan. SOFTBALL The girls of Andrew Lewis have definitely placed softball on their list of after-school activities. By the number of students out the prospects are excellent for the interclass games. A number of new girls are out this year and we wish them success in carrying their team to victory. TRACK Again we find track a popular activity for girls. High jump, standing broad jump, and running broad jump have been added on to the usual events of 50-yard dash, relay, baseball and basket ball throw. The track meet this spring will determine both individual and team standing in this field. If determination has anything to do with records, then many of them should be broken when the track meet is held. TENNIS The tennis season opened in the fall with classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced players. A keen interest was shown and it was decided to hold the tournament in the spring. The champion of last tear, Elinor Watson, will be on hand to defend her crown and everything points toward an interesting tournament. GYM EXHIBIT Of course you saw our second annual Gym Exhibit on the night of April 8. Bang ! !c-? )|—” crash?!— zingx . ?! Yes, that’s the one. ‘‘Believe it or not” there weren’t any cracked skulls or broken limbs. Did you see how the people covered their eyes when the stunts, tumbling and the building of pyramids were going on. Oh-no, I wouldn’t be such a sissy as to cover my face—(sh, yes, it was rather hard for me to get under that chair). There goes the whistle—here comes the grand march and there goes the patriotic drill. Why do we have to go home? Will you give us a Gym Exhibit next year if we go home now? Oh, you will try to! All right, I’ll go, but I will be back next year. so

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PluiAUcal ucatio t GIRLS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION The Athletic Department of Andrew Lewis is gradually enlarging its program of sports to cover a wider range of activities. The year’s schedule of events shows this tendency with a sport the year around— from crisp fall days with basket ball to spring, when shorts, sun glasses, and peasant scarfs make their appearance on the tennis courts. Intramural sports began at Andrew Lewis last year and have con¬ tributed to the social, physical, mental and ethical qualities of every girl who has participated. It has given them command of certain fundamental processes and contributed much to her sportsmanship, her health and her citizenship. Intramurals have been highly successful and it is planned to add additional sports to the calendar for another year so that every girl may find something to her liking. Rebecca W. Kern, Coach BASKET BALL From the warm fall days to the cold wintry days basket ball had its place, consisting of individual practices and hard-fought intramural games. It looks as if the old saying, “Practice Makes Perfect,” is right all. The Seniors proved that when they beat the Junior, Sophomore and Freshman classes. The scores were: Senior . 50 Junior . 20 Senior . 56 Freshman-Sophomore . 12 Junior . 45 Freshman-Sophomore . 24 class after SENIOR PICTURE —Beverly Showalter, Missouri Lyerly, Viola Mowles, Mary Agnes Plybon (Captain), Anna Westwood, Arlene Whiticar, Minnie Wygal, Margaret Kelly. JUNIOR PICTURE, First Row —Alice Adams, Lois Wiljong (Captain), Annie Laura Lee. Second Row —Elinor Watson, Jean Walthall, Louise Peters, Irene Cander. Lucetta Woodruff, Mary Wright. SOPHOMORE-FRESHMAN PICTURE, First Row —Virginia Hammerley, Mary Margaret Cornett, Polly Bower (Co-Captain), Isabelle Henry (Co-Captain), Jane Wygal, Margaret Crouch. Second Row —Winnie Willis, Marela Cook, Charlotte Dennis, Clasie Philpot, Helen Sue Macon. Mary Kelly. GYM EXHIBIT —Pyramid by boys and girls. ■{ 58



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THE CLASS OF 1900 First Row —Blanche Johnston, Grace JViley, Mr. William M. Adams, teacher, Margie Logan, Ella Bullard. Second Row —Nellie White, Llattie Rhodes, James McCauley, Marion Zirkle, Mary Preston, Nettie Gibbs, Vara Agnevj. BOOK FOUR — eiaUei CLASSES In the class of 1900 there were twelve students: Blanche Johns¬ ton, now Mrs. Mitchell, teacher in South Salem; Grace Wiley, now Mrs. Hunt in California; Marg ie Logan, now Mrs. John Burwell, Floyd Court House; Ella Bullard, now Mrs. Roland Cook, Salem, Va.; Nellie White, now Mrs. Hurdle, teacher at Broad Street School; Hattie Rhodes, now married, living in Roanoke; James McCauley, liv¬ ing in Salem; Marion Zirkle, now Mrs. Judge Keister, Salem; Mary Preston, now Mrs. Roland Clark, Salem; Nettie Gibbs, de¬ ceased, and Vara Agnew, now married, living in Florida. The class of 1905 numbered eight, as follows: Margaret Mc¬ Cauley, now teaching in Altoona, Pa.; Roxie Dillard, now living in Salem; Rachel Graveley, now private secretary to Mr. Leckie, president, Leckie Coal Co., Co¬ lumbus, Ohio; Annie McConkey, now teacher of Mathematics at Andrew Lewis; Carrie Brown, now Mrs. James Taney, Salem, Va.; Norma Price, now Mrs. Lavinder, and Sadie Oliver, now in Knoxville, Tenn. Miss Lucy Jones was their beloved teacher and principal. THE CLASS OF 1905 First Row —Sadie Oliver, Miss Lucy T. Jones, Principal, Margaret Mc¬ Cauley. Second Row —Roxie Dillard, Rachel Graveley, Annie McConkey, Carrie Brown, Norma Price, Edna Brown.

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