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

 - Class of 1943

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Senior Personalities FRANCES DODSON Frances has been with us all during her five years of high school and has been a very faithful worker. She is always ready to speak a good word for everybody. The best of luck be with you, Frances. KATHLEEN DRISCOLL None could keep from liking Kathleen with her jolly smile and kind words to all. Her plans for the future are not known, but her happy disposition will be sure to aid in whatever she attempts. KERMIT DUDLEY Kermit is well-known around our school in spite of his quiet manner. Under this quiet manner lies a great deal of personality. His ability to get along with others, his sportsmanship, and his school spirit have made him many friends who will find it hard to forget him. CARMEN DULANEY Carman, a quiet, unassuming Senior, is not merely just another classmate, but is a pleasant, ever-helping friend. Her disposition and reactions in her everyday habits seem to create an enormous good feeling toward her. LUCILLE FERGUSON One of our Seniors who is small of stature, but big of heart, is Lucille. She has a sweet disposition and a smile for everyone. We are sure that she will succeed in anything she may undertake. EVELYN HOPE FRANK The band plays, announcing this highstepping head drum majorette. To have memories of wonderful times is to vision Evelyn at her fun-loving best. Always will this girl remain in our hearts. LESLIE ANN FRINGER In Leslie Ann we see a kind and friendly classmate, always willing to help. She ranks high in her classes, chemistry seeming to hold a great interest for her. But is this such a wonder, with all her perseverance ? ARLENE GARRETT Arlene is one of our finest classmates. She is rather quiet and reserved and has a charming disposition. Choral class will not be the same without Arlene’s sweet alto voice. JUNE GARRETT To twirl a baton is right down June’s alley. She is a great helper and has a sweet disposition. W ' hat will Mr. Christensen do without her aid? MARION GARRETT Marion is quite dependable and well-liked by her classmates. We do not know what her plans for the future are, but we are sure her attractiveness will be a great help to her. ■{ 39 ]§••

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Senior Personalities JACQUELINE LEE CLINEVELL “Jackie” is an alert little miss whose happy carefree ways make her a favorite with her classmates. Her vivaciousness should assure her of a successful future and a happy reward. JEWELL COCHRAN Quiet and unobtrusive is Jewell, but her very quietness and sweetness stand out from all the more boisterous actions of her fellow classmates. We know such a girl will go far. FRANCES COLWELL An all-round better girl than “Pat” cannot be found. She is very talented and has superior musical ability. She is an all-round success in everything she at¬ tempts, and is noted for her ready smile and quick wit. GENE COOK One of our football heroes, Gene is “in” most everything. He is very talented in music and is one of our leading members of the male chorus. Too, he plays a “mean” trumpet. Gene is an excellent student and is one of the main figures in keeping the traffic in our halls regulated. He is looked up to by all. CHARLOTTE ANN COON Charlotte is one of our best Seniors and has made many of our students a wor¬ thy friend. Her capability and genuineness assure future success for her in whatever she attempts. LOIS CRAWFORD “Stickey” is a carefree girl and a friend of many. Her very sunny smile and quick wit—along with her grand personality—have won her much popularity among both boys and girls. A swell girl is Lois. DORIS CROWE Doris’ bright eyes and smiling face have made her a favorite at Andrew Lewis. Her plans for the future are not known, but her disposition will assure success. (At the present time, however, we think her main interest lies with the army). CLEETIS CRUFF Cleetis is a favorite among her classmates as she has been all during her school days. She is one of our best all-round Seniors and is never a slacker in any of the activities that help her school. NADINE DAMEWOOD Even the dumbest of us will admit it’s nice to have brains—Nadine has. She’s a grand little student and is well thought of by all. We know she will go far. MURIEL DEWEASE She answers to the somewhat undignified but affectionate nickname of “Muley.” Another one of Miss Annie’s capable helpers, she dishes out noonday meals for most of us. Meals won’t be half as good without her. 4 38 fa



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Senior Personalities LOIS FRANCES GARST Who’s beating out all that good music on the piano ? Why, it’s none other than Lois, and what a girl she is! From Beethoven to Boogie, she can play anything. She has been Mrs. Peery’s accompanist since she came here five years ago. With such musical talent, personality, and a genuine zest for living, she is bound to reach the top. MYRTLE GARTMAN Blond curly hair, big blue eyes, and we know it’s Myrtle. The world would be a poor place, indeed, if there were no girls like her in it. It’s the person that thinks of others who makes the day seem brighter and the sky bluer. WILLIAM GENTRY William is well-known everywhere in Salem, and is a good friend to everyone, especially his boy friends. He has shown promising talent in art and is an all-round good fellow. AUDREY GIBSON A fine girl, and a good sport, who can be depended on to do her share of the hard work, is Audrey. The business world seems to hold her interest and should provide a good future for her. JOHN HARVEY HARRIS Cutest in the Senior class, “Jughaid” and his irrepressible wit are a combination that make him a delightful addition to any group. His never-ceasing vitality and his loyalty to his friends are characteristics which make him one not easily re¬ placed. MARIE LOUISE HARRIS Louise is smooth; but beware, lest you be fooled by her coquettish eyes and sweet allure. Chic in appearance, she is one of our most attractive Seniors. RICHARD EARL HATCHER “Dickie” is quite a ladies’ man, but only one little lady seems to hold his interest. This handsome lad is also a football hero and has carried the ball across the goal line for “Louie” many tim es. OPAL HELTON A bright smile, a cheery laugh, and it’s Opal. She is a whiz at sports, as well as having a nice voice. Her having a lead in the Operetta is proof enough of this. Besides all of this, she is very attractive. WALTER HENRY Steady and determined describes Walter. He has been an alert student at An¬ drew Lewis as well as at Back Creek, from which school he came to us. May success be his. JACK CONRAD HETHERINGTON Jack cannot accurately be described — he is talkative, yet understanding. His deeds are above suspicion and his casual personality has won him many friends. { 40 }■

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