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Page 100 text:
JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES First Row, Left to Right: Mary Margaret Cornett Phyllis Bagley Thelma Shank, Program Chairman Kathleen Dickerson Sally Lofland Betty Lou Lindamood Peggy Ragland Mary Catherine Sellers Betty Crawford, President Florence Kime Second Row, Left to Right: Louise Harris Anita Half. Lou Messick Betty Jean Garst Norma Cox Martha Dame Christine Davis Margaret Doyle Third Row, Left to Right: Miss Tise, Sponsor Jo Ann Foster Betty Kinzer Gertrude Clark Minnie Lee Bowman Miss Hoback, Sponsor THE GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserves began the year with a Victory Dinner given for the football team. Members of the faculty were also invited as special guests. Baskets were filled with food and gifts and given to the Mercy House at Thanksgiving. Mary Katherine Kime, Ann Lindsay, Marilyn Holliday, Emily Ann Rice, Beverly Jean Showalter and Louise Holly- field attended the Girl Reserves Conference held in Lynchburg in the fall. The club sponsored a dance in the early spring, as one of its social activities. At the time of this writing the club is undertaking one of its biggest projects of the year—that of selling defense stamps in the school and hopes that this project will be the most successful one of the year. SENIOR GIRL RESERVES First Row: Marilyn Holliday Secretary Anne Lindsey, President Ruth Donahue Janet Cord F.arlene Kimmerling Frances Miller Betty Canada Jean Dennis Jane Barger Joyce Beckner Louise Hollyfif.ld Program Chairman Annie Laurie Lee Treasurer Second Row: Betty Lou Brown Emily Ann Rice Barbara Stevens Carolyn Moore Kathryn Morgan Jean Logan Helen Sue Macom Peggy Marlowe Marie Wrench Helen FIood Charlotte Dennis Third Row: Josephine Dowdy Chickie Lewis Anne Sluss Sue Leonard Dot Hood Mary Heefner Dorothy Hopkins Dorothy Anne Johnston Inez Woodward Alice Haupt Fourth Row: Margaret Middleton Nadine Taliaferro Mary Lilly Mary Louise Hearing Dorothy Thompson 96
Page 99 text:
Anne Rowell learns the Mechanics of the Movie Machine Aud io—Visual Education One objective of school instruction is the develop¬ ment of meaningful generalizations. This is done by furnishing the concrete experiences necessary to the development of abstract meaning. With this objective in mind, the Audio-Visual Education Department at Andrew Lewis High School has attempted to bring to the students visual aids that will give meaningful experiences through which learning may take place. The motivating force behind the Audio-Visual pro¬ gram is a club known as the Projection Club, whose members operate the equipment for all showings. This year the club will make a film on a phase of community life of the school district. The next project of the club will be equipping its own dark room for developing and printing pictures. We are expectin g our Audio-Visual Education pro¬ gram to grow at Andrew Lewis in the future as it has in the past. Mac Green, Selden fVatkins, Adviser Top to Bottom —Bob Carlton, Paul Garst, Harry Hock, Peggy Marlowe, James Cassaday, William Colony, Frank Robertson
Page 101 text:
MONOGRAM CLUB The Monogram Club was organized just before Christmas with a nucleus of five and has grown to a membership of twenty-six. 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. It is one of the most aggressive clubs in the school and is willing to take part in all activities. The sole purpose of the Club is to help the school and the students in school. The plan is to elect the officers of the Club for next year, so that they may carry on the work and accomplish even greater things than have been accomplished this year. The Monogram Club is looking forward to even greater accomplishments in future years. First Row, Left to Right —Jack Spruhan, Wilfred. Guthrie, Theodore Morris, Wilbur Bradford, Ed McCallum, Joe Spencer, James Loope Second Row —Arthur Swann, Ned Thompson, Eldridge Loop, Willard Jewell, Joe Sherrard, Gene Cornett, James Ritter Third Row — B. G. King, P. Starkey, Selma Loop, Al Fleck, B. Johnston, Guy Spruhan, Coach Denton 97 }
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