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

 - Class of 1943

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Senior Personalities HARRY JOHNSON Hard to know but worth the trouble. An all-around good boy better than “Badeye” cannot be found. He plays basketball and is a great sport in more ways than one. We predict many friends and great success in the future for him. MARION JOHNSON To know Marion is to appreciate her devotion to her friends. She is a girl all ad¬ mire and will never forget. Basketball is one of her many accomplishments and we know that if she approaches her career with the same zeal it will not go un¬ merited. DOROTHY ANN JOHNSTON Everybody knows Dot—she is one of the dearest girls at Andrew Lewis. Always ready to lend a helping hand, she has held many responsible positions, and faith¬ fully fulfilled them. She is very well-liked by all. ROBERT JONES Much fun, much personality, and many friends—this is Bobby. He has been with us for five years and is a very good classmate to have. He is one of our Seniors who is in the Army Air Corps Reserves and we know he will go soar¬ ing high. RACHEL KINZIE “To know her is to love her.” Her intelligence and musical talent are assets en¬ vied by all. Her high ideals will easily be attained by her sincere and cheerful nature. GEORGIA MAE LANE Georgia is one of our quiet, refined Seniors who is liked by all. She is very in¬ terested in commercial work and lucky the man who can call such a sweet, at¬ tractive girl his “stenog.” VENICE LAPRAD Those cool and limpid green eyes—yes, these belong to Venice. In her gentle way she has won many friends. She is thoughtful and ever looking for oppor¬ tunity to put her talents to the best advantage. We like her lots. ZED LONG “Mule” is one of the best-liked boys in our class. We have found him to be a great sport, typifying our athletic association. Good luck, “Mule.” HELEN SUE MACOM Exotic with cheer, she is vital to make any occasion a happy one. Her ardent personality is the keynote to her popularity. Being a lover of sports, dramatics, and the study of people, we know that this versatility will culminate in a great success. WILBUR MANN A swell fellow. His easy-going life has charmed that of many on-lookers. Few can surpass his many abilities and it is no doubt that these will assure his success. { 42 jO

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Senior Personalities GENEVIEVE HILTON Genevieve is one of the sweetest little girls you’ll find hereabouts, and anyone who knows her will bear witness to that. She has zealous ability and we know she will succeeed in whatever she undertakes. AUBREY MILAN HITT “Blow, Gabriel, blow,” and we think of Milan. He surely holds his own on that trumpet. He has a very dry wit, and, being a practical man, (so says one of our teachers), he should go far. HARRY HOCK His capabilities have proved to be not only an asset to himself but to all those with whom he comes in contact. Winning personality, excessive popularity and exceptionally good judgment have made him a “must,” for any successful project. EDITH HODGERS Plump, and cheerful, it’s very rare when anyone finds Edith without a smile on her face. Popular with teachers and students alike, we wish her loads of success in the future. MARILYN HOLLIDAY A cosmopolitan bundle of charm, pep, and good dancing, she’s our freckled-face ball of fire. Her sparkling personality, winning ways, and sunny smile, make her one of our most popular Seniors. HELEN HOOD Helen, versatile, and never forward, is our best all-round Senior. Nicknamed “Andy” she has a “dandy” personality. She is most efficient and always a life- saver. If it is something that requires a “better finish,” Helen is the one. Her vividness is personified in her dancing black eyes, and merry echoes follow her every footstep. HESTER LEE HOWELL Hester Lee is another sweet, amiable girl; always ready to help those who are in need of good advice. Well-liked by all her classmates, she is a good example of an ideal Senior. BETTY LOU HUNT Red hair and a sharp tongue and you’ve got Betty Lou! She is jolly and care¬ free, and for her, lessons are no trouble at all. That was good work you did in those plays, Betty Lou—keep it up. VERNON INGRAM Although he may be a little guy, size is as far as the word goes. Vernon is a happy-go-lucky boy whose greatest fault is not studying. But what sin is that? (Most of us commit this sin, don’t we?) Good luck Vernon. BEN JOHNSON Ben is best described by the adjectives, sincere and industrious. He is the one who gets a thing going and brings it to a successful conclusion. His friendship is to be treasured. 4 41 p-



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Senior Personalities PEGGY MARLOWE The mention of the name recalls visions of beautiful long, wavy, black hair, un¬ der which are set big brown eyes. She is loved for her integrity and sincerity. There is only one true future for such a sweet girl as Peggy. SHIRLEY MARTIN Shirley is an all-round good sport, a loyal worker, and a faithful friend in time of trouble or need. We shall miss her next year, but she will be able to look back over her days here and note her success. OWEN McDANIEL One of Owen’s best qualities is his voice, which is exceptionally good. He has made many friends during his five years of high school and we are sure he will continue to do so. FRANK McGRADY Frank has been very active throughout his school years in all important activi¬ ties. He is cheerful, cooperative, and a good student. One of the factors making his personality a winning one is his friendly smile. geneva McKinney To pi ' ove that Geneva will go to the top—she is not just one of the cheerleaders— she is the “head.” Her eyes, which are full of expression, add to the attractive¬ ness that makes her an outstanding personality. GRACE MEADOR Speak her name and you speak her personality. Her reserved attitude is a draw¬ ing card for her ever-increasing number of friends. The best of everything be with you, Grace. WILDA MOORE Wilda’s cheery smiles and vivacious personality have made her a favorite among the students. She is always “in the mood” for a good time and eager to make new friends. MARGARET MOSES Delightful and refreshing, Margaret is a model of popularity. Her life is rich and full and we know happiness will always be hers. Don’t you agree with us ? JOSEPHINE MUSSER “Jo” is a lovable girl—calm, yet exciting, all in one entertaining person. She is a swell orator and her pronunciation and enunciation are above reproach for we know she is right. ANN OBENSHAIN With charm, poise, and brains, Ann has become one of our most outstanding- figures in the senior halls. With her sincere friendliness, she has walked into all our hearts—especially one, it seems. She was voted “Most Likely to Suc¬ ceed.” •€{ 43 } •

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