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

 - Class of 1943

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OCTOBER 5—Physical Education, we are told, is essential to the war effort. All must comply! Magazine drive begins! Assembly-Devotional Program. OCTOBER 6—Leaders in Magazine Drive excused first period. OCTOBER 7—Assembly for both groups. Red Cross Picture shown. Band practice at Health Period) We must not place school furniture in the corridors! OCTOBER 10—Students warned of diminishing typing paper supply. OCTOBER 11—We outplayed William Byrd in football 26-6. OCTOBER 12—Assembly for tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades OCTOBER 15—Our football boys won in our game with Fleming. OCTOBER 18—The War and Community Fund Drive began. OCTOBER 19—Assembly for both groups—audio-visual feature for October, “The Ghost Breakers” shown. Service of teachers and schools for issuing Ration Book No. 4 requested. OCTOBER 20—War and Community Fund Assembly. Mrs. Turner, chairman, in charge. We net only achieved, but exceeded what seemed almost impossible— results of hard work. OCTOBER 22—Pep Assembly for both groups. Close of first six weeks. OCTOBER 26—Audi-visual feature explained. OCTOBER 27-—Football Practice today. OCTOBER 28—Dr. Gresham pleads for mercy of Hallowe’en pranksters in As¬ sembly. OCTOBER 29—Again we won in a football game with William Byrd. NOVEMBER 1—Army and Navy “E” awarded to The Comas Cigarette Ma¬ chine Co. in our auditorium. NOVEMBER 3—Monthly report period ended. NOVEMBER 4—The Story of G-Men told by Sam Grathwell. NOVEMBER 5—Everyone excited and hopeful, for we play Jefferson. NOVEMBER 8—Assembly for both groups. Mrs. Peery conducted singing of World War Songs. NOVEMBER 9—Discussion of fire protective program. NOVEMBER 11—Armistice Day Program. NOVEMBER 12—We play William Fleming. NOVEMBER 15—Assembly for both groups. Material distributed for Cadet Nurse Corps for High School girls. NOVEMBER 16—Book Week Program. NOVEMBER 23—We elected our cheerleaders—all of the junior class. NOVEMBER 24—Thanksgiving Program—excellent music by the Senior Choir under the direction of Mrs. Peery. NOVEMBER 30—Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Larson sang in an “out of this world” manner for us. Hi-Y Meeting for discussion of district conference in Danville. DECEMBER 1—Girl Reserve meeting at second activities period. DECEMBER 3—Movie shown for T. B. Fund—silver offering taken. DECEMBER 7—Pearl Harbor Day observed in assembly for both groups. DECEMBER 14—Girl Reserve gave Faculty Tea. DECEMBER 21—Christmas program under direction of Mrs. Peery. JANUARY 4—After a Christmas vacation we came back to our Alma Mater until another observed holiday. ■€ { 68

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Minstrel The students of Andrew Lewis really did something on their own this year. They produced and directed their own show which was in the form of a mins¬ trel. The circle and cast were mostly composed of seniors who volunteered their time to practice during activities periods. It was an all male affair except for Lois Garst, who was accompanist, Dorothy Anne Johnston, who made the cos¬ tumes, and Mrs. Strickler, who was faculty adviser. The show was given twice in the auditorium on February 14. A free-will offering was taken in the home rooms and the proceeds went to the Review. The entire production was under the direction of Harry Hock, John Harris, and Horace Barnett. The show was in two parts and during the intermission, the football boys, assisted by Roland Woodwai’d, presented a hilarious and side-splitting style show, which just about brought the house down. Songs and jokes were carried out in true fashion by the end men, and interlocutor. Horace Barnett . Andrew H. Unimportant John Harris ..... Water Lily Louie James Sluss .. Isosceles Halftone Harry Hock . Samuel Ambrosia Brown George Adams .. Interlocutor The circle was accompanied by Lois Garst at the piano, Frank Glenn Walt¬ hall on the trombone, Lynn Dyerle on the drums, and Ray Epperly on the banjo. Scenery was erected by Frank Robertson and lights were under the direction of Billy Colony. —And So On Into The Future SEPTEMBER 9—Andrew Lewis, cooking with hundreds of students, teachers, etc., getting on the beam of a new school year. SEPTEMBER 10—Mild confusion persists. Daily bell schedule posted and every¬ one on the alert. SEPTEMBER 17—Time out for locker fees and health fees—again. Football insurance discussed for team. SEPTEMBER 20—Books! Us-droolin’ with schoolin’? As much a necessity as daily schedules and auditorium seating arrangements. SEPTEMBER 21—Assembly with Dr. Downey SEPTEMBER 24—Girl Reserves announce plans for War Stamp and Bond Sales. Bus schedule revised. Book store closes. SEPTEMBER 27—Projection Club accepted membership from ninth and tenth grades. SEPTEMBER 29—Physical examination schedule issued. Accident insurance available for football team. SEPTEMBER 30—Band Practice at Health Period. OCTOBER 1—Beware excuses—but they are nice to have. Pep Assembly for both groups. Football tickets on sale. 4 67 )■»

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JANUARY 5—Special Assembly program today—Indian Lore and Dances by Reginald and Gladys Laubin. Paper Saving Campaign announced in charge of Mrs. Pedigo. JANUARY 6—New excuse cards were filled out. Teachers discussed “Giving Games for Wounded Soldiers” with pupils. JANUARY 7—Basketball tickets on sale for our first game of the season with John Marshall. Dr. Harry Denman visited our assembly. JANUARY 10—Waste Paper Campaign continues. JANUARY 11—Mrs. Pedigo in charge of assembly. JANUARY 18—Our basketball team excused for game in Danville. JANUARY 19—The Navy Cadets were hosts to our team at Roanoke College. JANUARY 21—Rocky Mount’s basketball team got beat there. JANUARY 25—Fleming surprised us there. JANUARY 28—Our boys entertained William Byrd in our gym. Our exams completed for midterm, everyone was looking quite happy and in the mood for this game. JANUARY 31—Beginning of second term. FEBRUARY 3—James Sluss announced nominee for President of Virginia Beta Club. He was elected. FEBRUARY 11—Book Store closes. Jefferson basketball boys visited us. Close game! FEBRUARY 14—Cooperation of the faculty and student body made possible a much applauded Minstrel. FEBRUARY 15—Our team excused to trek to Lynchburg. Snow on ground and all students urged to remain in building. Paper drive progressing. Beta meeting. FEBRUARY 16—Harry Hock collected Free-Will offering for Minstrel. FEBRUARY 18—Another Jefferson game. The Audio-Visual Program for the spring term was announced possible. FEBRUARY 21—Seniors and Senior advisors met with the Principal in audi¬ torium to discuss financial phase of the Review. FEBRUARY 24—Review proposition placed before Junior Class. FEBRUARY 25—Juniors request individual pictures. FEBRUARY 26—Juniors agree to group pictures. FEBRUARY 29—Leap Year, and Senior pictures were taken. We sped to Christ- iansburg to chalk up another basketball victory. MARCH 1—Announcement of Senior Mirror. Band Concert at Health Period. Meeting of Hi-Y Club. MARCH 3—Coast Guard Movie shown to both groups. MARCH 6—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Larson again rendered to our assemblies some wonderful music. MARCH 7—A student talent show was presented, the proceeds to go for The Review, Harry Hock acted as Professor of the occasion. MARCH 8—Deadline for payment on Year Books and the staff working all hours to get it to press. Boy Scouts excused from school to collect paper. MARCH 10—The super-fun dance at the clubhouse. MARCH 13—After a hard-working struggle, we now have our Review ready for press—hope you all enjoy it. 4 69- fa

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