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F. F. A. First Row: William King Everett Harding Adviser Billy Webster T reasurer Byron Beach Secretary Ridley Garner Vice President David Byrd, President Gordon Cromer Second Row: Garland Roth Elmer Hash Burrel Lucas Philip Day Paul Grisso Neilford Eller James Loope Charles King Third Row: Darrell Collins James DeHart Harold Hurt Carlton Manning Milton Cheatham Arthur McGhee Charles E. Brown Raymond Martin Clyde Kingery Carlton Reed Howard Shelor Fourth Row: Ernis Coble Norman Hinchee Gene Blackard Ernest Arthur Neal Thomas Leo Minnix Edwin Hollandsworth Clyde Campbell Hi-y NATIONAL HI-Y CREED To create, maintain, and extend throughout the high school and community high standards of Christian living. Through our struggles this year, we have tried to carry out our real aim, and help in our school and community in every possible way. We sponsored the bonfire before the Andrew Lewis vs. Jefferson game. Before Christmas we distributed baskets to the poor throughout the community. We collected magazines and sent them to British sailors. We are in charge of raising and lowering the flag each day. OFFICERS Jesse Ramsey. Charlie Apperson. Robert Kime. Bob Logan. Mr. Roy Bowers J Mr. Murphy . . President .... Vice President . Treasurer . Secretary . Advisers HI-Y First Row, Left to Right: Kenneth Mowles Jesse Ramsey, President Charlie Apperson Vice President Bob Logan, Secretary Marvin Parks T reasurer Second Row: Russell Weeks Vernon Minnix Judson Lockard Estle Taylor Herman Phlegar, Jr. Charles Swecker James Sluss Third Row: Ai.ex Sharpe Willard Jewell Bobby Holliday Pete Mowles Billy Wrench Burrell Lucas Robert Miller Fourth Row: Paul Garst Thomas Stamper Andrew Pili.is Gene Cook Jack Lowe
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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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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS SOCIETY CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Stevens. Vice President; Carolyn Moore. Program Chairman; Joe Austin. Treasurer; Phyllis Palmer; Kalhryne James; Doris King; Earlene Kimmerling; Jewel Price; Emma Lou Graybeal; Thomas Weir; Dorothy Hood; Anne Brugh. President Second Row. Left to Right: Margaret Ellen McCauley, Janet Wilson. Ruth O’Bryan, Paul Rushing, James Tobey, Frances Miller, Jean Logan, Dorothy Thompson Third Row, Left to Right: Thelma Ilarshbarger, Isabel! Henry, Murrill Scanland, William Stewart, Mary Heefner, Jean Wintord, Lois Wilfong International Students Society Chapter The International Students Society is an international organization for promoting friendship between the young people of different countries by means of friendly correspondence. The aim is to be of real service to friends in all countries through a strong organization to promote international friendship and improve cultural relations. The Andrew Lewis I. S. S. Chapter received its charter in January, 1941, which urged the club to make a contribution to the noblest work of all: The Promotion of International Friendship and World Peace. In addition to those in second-year French who received names of correspondents last year, twenty- two members received names for correspondence with boys and girls in Canada, South America, Hawaii, and Haiti. The I. S. S. holds meetings each month with suitable programs and French songs. November 7th the club gave an assembly program consisting of talks by students on the contributions of French in the fields of music, literature, and science and reports on “Our Neighbors to the South” and “Our Neighbors to the North.” The speaker for the occasion was Air. Clem D. Johnston, of Roanoke, the vice president of the United States Chamber of Commerce. His topic was, “The Challenge of World Leadership to the American People.” On December 17th, the club had a Christmas party at the Salem Woman’s Club House. A program in French was given and gifts were exchanged according to the French custom. The club for the spring semester is sponsoring a French movie, “The Life of Pasteur,” and an assembly program entitled, “The Study of Foreign Language as an Aid to International Friendship.” Mr. J. H. Falwell, of Roanoke, will be the speaker. Verba IVood, Adviser On May 2zd is the annual Lawn Party at which time will be given short plays, folk songs, anddances—everything in French. This is given for the faculty, parents of the students and those especially interested in French. The officers for the club are: Anne Brugh, president; Barbara Stevens, vice president; Dorothy Hood, secretary; Joseph Austin, treasurer; and Carolyn Aloore, program chairman. Sponsor, Verba Wood. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS SOCIETY CLUB (JUNIOR) First Row, Left to Right: Hazel Cooper. Annie Mae Roberts, Jane Sumpter, Ashton Harrison, Jr., Charlotte Field Dennis, Lois Crawford, Inez Woodward, Barbara Stevens, Dorothy Hopkins, Dorothy Ann Johnston Second Row. Left to Right: Katherine Wertz, Marie Wrench, Donna Ledford, Mary Beth Watson, Helen Hood. Joe Austin, Venice Laprad, Emily Ann Rice, Anne Lindsey, Dreama Dillon Third Row, Left to Right: Louise Christley, Marion Clemons, Belly Jane Helm, Betty Lee Munsey, Opal Helton, Broaddns Chewning, Jr., Thomas Beasley, Mark Burdette.
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