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Page 72 text:
Staff 4 70 4 First row, 1. to r.: Lyle Burson, Mary Holmes Brand, Ann Ballentine, Helen Hood, Mary Beth Watson, Jeanne Hann, Eddie Peters; second row, 1. to r.: Marilyn Holliday, Myrtle Gartman, Mildred Bane, Johnny Harris, Lois Crawford, Fran¬ ces Dodson, Betty Lou Hunt; third row, 1. to r.: Helen Sue Macom, Evelyn Frank, Frank Glenn Walthall, Harry Johnson, Harry Hock, Jane Sumpter, Lois Garst, Peggy Marlowe.
Page 71 text:
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
Page 73 text:
The Andrew Lewis News The Andrew Lewis News staff is again carrying on the age-old traditions of the press of always being on hand for the latest news and particularly the latest gossip. The main interest around the school on Friday mornings is to see who made ET CETERA this week and who did not. The high school page ap¬ pears each Friday morning of the school year in the Salem Times-Register through the courtesy of the publisher. Along with its regular duties, the staff has attempted something new this year. With the help of the senior class and teachers, this Review is made pos¬ sible. Although it is not the same as the annuals that have been published in past years, still it will serve as a reminder of school days. NEWSPAPER STAFF Helen Hood . Ann Ballentine ... Robert Whitmore Hugh Brand . John H. Snapp .. Editor-in-Chief . Editorials . Sports Editor Circulation Manager . Faculty Adviser REPORTORIAL STAFF Mary Beth Watson, Lyle Burson, Jeanne Hann, Mary Holmes Brand, Eddie Peters ANDREW LEWIS REVIEW STAFF Harry Hock . Business Manager John Harvey Harris ... Circulation Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF Marilyn Holliday, Helen Sue Macom, Evelyn Frank, Harry Johnson, Frank Walthall, Lois Garst, Lois Crawford, Peggy Marlowe, Myrtle Gartman, Mildred Bane, Frances Dodson, Betty Lou Hunt, Anne Obenshain, Jackie Clinevell, Louise Harris, Jane Sumpter. 4 71
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