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

 - Class of 1942

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Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 104 of 146
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CHORAL OFFICERS Louise Hollyfield. James Tobey. Paul Rushing. Dorothy Hood. Nelle H. Peery. . President .... Vice President Secretary - Treasurer . Librarian . Director The Andrew Lewis a Cappella Choir of 80 members is receiving credit for work done in the music department. Following is our calendar of programs for the year 1941-1942: October —Patriotic assembly program. November —Thanksgiving program. December— Christmas Concert. February— Radio program on “School of the Air.” March —Sang for Kiwanis Club. March —Patriotic Pageant, “America the Beautiful” (Presented by eighth grade music students) March —Sang for Methodist Revival. April —Annual Sacred Concert by a Cappella Choir. April —Sang in State High School Competitive Festival at Radford, Virginia. May —Spring Pageant, “The Seasons.” June —Furnished music for baccalaureate service and commencement exercises. First Row, Left to Right —Lois Garst, James Tobey, Mary Wright, Alice Ilaupt, Frances Miller, Ann Ballentine, Earlene Kimmerling, Louise Hollyfield, Charlotte Field Dennis, Helen Hood, Ruth Donahue, Emma Lou Graybeal, Paul Rushing, Dorothy Hood Second Row —Hazel Dillard, Dorothy Hurt, Phyllis Palmer, India Grice, Doris Carneal, Jean Gray, Betsy Whitehead, Barbara Stevens, Carolyn Moore, Kathyrn Morgan, Josephine Musser, Ada Morgan, Thelma Ilarshbarger Third Row —Marguerite Sheppard, Jane Sumpter, Ashton Harrison, Myra Phlegar, Herman Phlegar, Jr., Margaret Middleton, Anne Lindsey, Shirley Savage, Jeanne Walthall, Clasie Philpott, Opal Helton, Aline Goodwin, Virginia Godbey Fourth Row —Owen McDaniel, Milton Doyle, Frank Campbell, Rudolph Szvitzer, Judson Lockard, Neilford Eller, Derwood Rusher, Lowell Eller, Phyllis Williams, M. Ellen McCauley, Jane Barger Fifth Row —Florence Lewis, Jack Young, Raymond Adams, Sol Katz, Frank Walthall, Gene Cook, Harry Boone, Myrtle Gartman, Dorothy Goodwin { 100

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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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First Row, Left to Right — L. Christensen, Director; June Garrett, Drum Majorette; Janet IFilson, John Ferrell, Jimmy Burnett , Ray Lancaster, Jeanne Walthall, Frances Caldzvell, Betty Sears, Florence Kime, Fay Powell, Kitty Osborne, Drum Majorette; Gordon Wilburne, Drum Major Second Row —Darrell Collins, Lloyd Greene, William Waid, Dreama Dillon, Jean Deer, Norma Fuller, Edith Wagner, Lois Hayden, Elinor Watson, William Baker Third Row —Sylvester Pardue, Gene Cook, Leo Kesler, Milan Hitt, Jr., Wilbur Mann, Jr., Alex Brown, Betty Sowers, M. C. Sellars, Pete Dobbins, Ann Obenshain, Liler Phlegar Fourth Row —Harry Johnson, Isabelle Henry, Lucetta Woodruff, II. R. Davis, Charles Sisler, Harry Phillips, Mary Frances Parris, Jean Black, Jane Black, Margia Mills Fifth Row —Billy Wickes, Billy Cofer, Hilda Ritter, Kitty McCall, Garnell Canup, Ruby Ross, Evelyn Frank, Bertha Gray M cNeil Sixth Row —Herman Phlegar, Jr., Frank Walthall, Jack Price, Nelson Martin, Billy King, Etta Pillar, Maxine Brugh, Wallace Altice, William Gentry The Andrew Lewis High School Band Under the able direction of Mr. L. Christensen, whose ability and personality have been an inspiration to all its members, the harmonies of the Andrew Lewis Band ring true. The band brings much pleasure and satisfaction, adding greatly to all school activities. After a long practice with a hard sheet of music, there comes to its members a certain unexplainable feeling of love for music. Although some may go out from its membership to lead or join other bands, the purpose of the band is to give to those who derive pleasure from music an opportunity to do so. Membership is open to all students who are willing to sacrifice the time and energy to become reasonably proficient with an instrument. The band has been unusually active the past year. It played for all football games, looking very impressive under the bright lights at night games; its blue and white uniforms an inspiring sight. It also played for several of the Roanoke College games. It made trips to Charlottes¬ ville, Vinton and Danville. For its activity in the Armistice Day Parade, it received much favorable comment. And then, in the spring, a most appreciative audience filled the auditorium for the band’s annual concert. The final wish of its senior members is that the band will continue to grow and uphold its high standard as much in the future as it has done in the past. {101 } Band Marching at Maher Field

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