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Page 97 text:
First Row, Left to Right —Thomas Weir, Dorothy Hood, Dorothy Thompson, Charles Szvecker, Mr. Snapp Second Row, Left to Right —Harry Hock, Kathryn Morgan, Jean Logan, Ann Ballantine, Helen Hood, Joe Austin, Robert Whitmore Monday and Tuesday afternoons the sound of clicking typewriters echoes through quiet halls of Lewis as the News goes to press. Wednesday, copy is proof-read, Friday, the circulation depart¬ ment takes over. Friday morning teachers get little attention from students whose only interest is finding out the news of the week and who made “Et Cetera.” A member of the Southern Interscholastic Press Association, this paper is under the guidance of John H. Snapp, Teacher of English. The Andrew Lewis News THE STAFF Dorothy Thompson . Editor-in-Chief Charles Swecker . Associate Editor REPORTORIAL STAFF Dorothy Hood Helen Hood Jean Logan Harry hock Kathryn Morgan Robert Whitmore Ann Ballentine CIRCULATION MANAGERS Thomas Weir John H. Snapp 4 93 Joe Austin . Faculty Adviser
Page 96 text:
Lois Wilfong, Mrs. Turner, Bobby l est, Margaret Robertson, Louis Weaver Copy, write-ups, dummy, “bleedings,” proofs. Just a few samples of yearbook lingo. Daily, sometimes nightly, throughout the entire year, the work on the annual publica¬ tion goes ahead. Hundreds of portraits and identifications, and thousands of words of copy must be checked and rechecked. This probably is the biggest job in the school. The yearbook office with its facilities as a storeroom, library and all-around work¬ shop has become almost legendary to the staff. This small room, sometimes in a hustle of activity, sometimes lonely and quiet, is truly a proving ground for practical Journalism. THE PIONEER First Row, Left to Right —Louis A. Weaver. Advertising Manager; Clyde R. Turner, Adviser; Mary Louise Hearing, Assistan Manager; Broaddus Chewning, Jr., Sports Editor; Betty Phillips, Joyce Beckner, Murrill Scanland, Margaret Robertson, Secretary; James Tobey, Circulation Manager; Earlene Kimmerling, Lois Wilfong, Editor-in-Chief Second Row; Lucetta Woodruff, Sports Editor; Mary Beth Watson, Mary Wright, Dot Lofland, Carolyn Moore, Jane Barger, Frances Miller, Norma Perdue, Jean Logan, Barbara Stevens Third Row —Katherine McElroy, Circulation Adviser; Al White, Owen McDaniel, Fran Glenn Walthall, Robert Ayers, Mac Green, Photographer; Ann Obenshain, Phyllis Bagley, Virginia Moore, Treasurer FCIUCS 1 + SMQW
Page 98 text:
Club First Row, Left to Right —Betty Ann Pasley, Betty Hunt Second Row —Agnes King, Mary Alice Ayers, Mildred Reynolds, Virginia Hammersley, Frank Campbell, Owen Evans, Arthur Dillon, Frank McGrady Third Row —Virginia Morris, Ruth Donahue, Thelma Bowman, Mary Collins, Harvey Pasley, D. B. Cruise, Barbara Stevens, Kathryn Morgan, Carolyn Moore, Joyce Beckner, Adele Bennett, Adviser First Row —Adele Bennett, Adviser; Rebecca Driscoll, Myrtle Gartman, Mary Rhodes, Lois Crawford, Violet Wilson, Iris Crotts, Virginia Cash, Eula Ferguson, Gertrude Clark Second Row —Virginia Hudgins, Margaret Peterson, Coleen Clifton, Mildred Bain, Donna Ledford, Betty Via, Jean Gray, Alene Goodwin, Marie Wrench, Eula Parr Staff THE LIBRARY About twenty-one students work in the library assisting with routine duties such as stamping and filing passes, card¬ ing and shelving books, mending books and magazines, typing, etc. They receive an extra curricula credit for the year’s work. The Library Club is made up of a small group of boys and girls who voluntarily signify their desire to join. Good citizenship, appreciation and care of books, love of reading and desire for improvement, rather than school grades, are among the qualifications for membership. First Row —Virginia Cash, Marie Stuart and Coleen Clifton work at the desk Second Row —Harvey Pasley puts books away Third Row —Aline Goodwin counts circulation after school Fourth Row —Myrtle Gartman looks up a book number in the card catalog Fifth Row —Eula Parr types catalog cards
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