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

 - Class of 1943

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Senior Personalities JANE SUMPTER Her gaiety is in surplus amounts, always accompanied by an easy smile. This personality is expressed not only through these winning ways but glorified on the “keys.” Dubbed “Sumpytor” by her innumerable friends, her activity and ability in many things has tagged her most versatile. BUDDY THOMPSON Buddy has brains! At least if the results of the Air Corps test (in which he scored highest in the school) can be taken into consideration. That plus his own individual personality ought to take him places by leaps and bounds. We hope so, anyway. FRANCES VADEN This young lady is tinkling with that something everyone likes. Possessing a sweet wit, her classmates are never neglected for she is in the good times of everyone. RUTH WADE Very quiet and sweet describes Ruth. This attractive, strawberry blond, unlike most redheads, has a good disposition. Ruth is well-liked by her fellow-students, and we wish her loads of success. FRANK WALTHALL Frank, with his marvelous voice and equally marvelous trombone, along with his acting ability, etc.., was voted “most talented” in the Senior Class. He is the swoon dream of many of the girls and a friend of the boys. He and his car are well-known characters around “Looie” and will not be forgotten. FRANCES WALTON Frances is a peaceful young lady. Her complexion reminds us of a blossoming rose—especially when she smiles. We wish her much happiness and luck throughout her life. MARYLIN WARE Mr. Snapp’s “girl Friday,” Marylin is one of our most attractive Seniors. Full of pep with a good sense of humor she is well-liked by all who know her. MARY ELISABETH WATSON She’s “Maybe” to her friends—that is, to just about everyone. We’ve yet to see her without a cheerful smile or a friendly word. Her fits of giggles drive us in¬ sane—but then again, what would we do without them—or her. BETTY WEAVER Although she has only been with us a year, we’ve already begun to wish it were longer. With her nice voice, swell disposition, and good looks, we know she will reach her ultimate goal. { 46

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Senior Personalities CHARLES RICHARDSON The brains of our class—and a swell guy to boot, which is nice. Called “Mole” by his many friends, he is known for his loyalty to them and for his good dis¬ position. Charlie is bound to have real success in the future. ANN ROWELL If something hard has to be done, but quick, call on Ann. Dependable as they come, she is relied on for most everything by most everybody. Her sweet smile and pleasing ways make her a favorite with the class. SHIRLEY SAVAGE Shirley is radiant with expression and very emotional. She has that “just stepped out of the band-box” look we’ve all tried years to copy. Exceptionally honest for a girl, Shirley makes a good friend and a fine classmate. ALDEN SCOTT Tall and definitely winsome, “Scottie” is liked by everyone. Full of practical (we wonder at times) jokes, his personality and charming smile are assets that will take him far. DORIS SCOTT Nice, unaffected, and well-liked—that’s Doris. If a sense of humor counts for anything, Doris is in for a happy future. She’s an all-round swell girl. BETTY SEARS Very talkative and well-liked by the class, Betty loves to pop her gum. She has an unusually pleasing personality and should not have any trouble in anything she attempts. SHERMAN SEWELL Sherman is our farmer and Miss Annie’s right hand man who is always willing to help anybody. A thoroughly pleasant character, Sherman will surely succeed. JAMES SLUSS A leader in all school activities, “Jimmy” is popular with both students and teachers. Never failing in charm and courtesy, this good looking senior has a host of feminine admirers besides being a pal with all the boys. His high ideals and great determination assure him of a brilliant future. We’ll never for¬ get him. WILLIAM SPENCER Billy, a really right guy, is tops in our class. He is truly sincere and always does his work in the best-approved manner. We all know he will succeed. BARBARA STONE Although Barbara has only been with us a short time and will not graduate with this class, it has been a privilege to have her with us. Rarely seen without a book, she is very studious, and her intellectual pursuits should carry her to the top. 4 45



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Senior Personalities VIRGINIA WERTZ Virginia is very studious as is shown by her many good grades. She is interested in clerical work and is a great helper in the office. We wish such an efficient girl all the luck possible. AL WHITE A thoroughly nice guy. One whose sense of humor and fine character should take him far. His good looks and personality are out-of-the-ordinary assets. He has what it takes. LYNN WHITE Great sport and loads of fun, that’s Lynn. His good looks and popularity make him one of the most outstanding members of the student body. ROBERT WHITMORE Black, curly hair, a teasing smile, mischevious brown eyes—thats’ Bobby. Add an understanding personality, lots of fun, and you have this popular member of our class. VIVIAN WIGGINGTON Vivian is one of those sweet little blondes, blessed with a charming personality and coal-black eyebrows. Always ready to say the right thing at the right time, she will not soon be forgotten around these halls. FRANCES WOOD Better known as “Woodie” by her most intimate friends, Frances is a swell sports¬ woman, and a swell sport. Her friendly manner to all, and her helpfulness in times of need have made her a favorite. JOHN WOOD Called “Hawkie” by his many friends, his genial smile and carefree ways make him a favorite anywhere. A happy-go-lucky disposition and a fun-loving personality are assets which should take him far. JACK YOUNG Casanova of our class, due to his subtle charm, we know his “harem” will ever be filled. His brain work and his voice are both to be commended. This we will remember about Jack. 4 47 h

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