Choral Club The choir of Andrew Lewis is under the very able direction of Mrs. G. G. Peery to whom we owe our deepest appreciation and gratitude. OFFICERS Frank Walthall . President Opal Helton . Vice-President Jane Sumpter . Secretary Raymond Adams . Treasurer Frances Colwell, Ann Ballentine, Jack Young . Librarians Lois Garst . Accompanist Calendar of events for the year 1943-44: September—Sang at War Bond rally on Court House Lawn. October—Patriotic assembly program. November—Radio pep program and Thanksgiving program. December—Christmas program for Student Body. Program for Salem Music Club at Longwood. Christmas Eve program at College Lutheran Church. January—More War Bond rallies. February—Assisted on assembly programs. March—Sacred Concert by Choir. April—Sacred Concert by 1st Year Music Credit Class. May—Operetta “In Old Vienna.” OPERETTA CAST Hannah Maier, Inn keeper ... Jane Sumpter Louisa, A Waitress.Helen Sue Macom Captain Kinski, Chief of Detectives . Harry Hock Bunski and Rumski, Kinski’s sleuths, . Gene Cook and Jean Walthall J. Jennison Jones, Advertising Expert . George Adams Jigo, Hungarian Gypsy Chief . Lowell Eller Ilona , Gypsy girl ... Opal Helton Carmen, Ilona’s Companion . Betty Weaver Arthur Crefont, American Artist . Frank Walthall June Pennington, American Heiress, . Ann Ballentine Jonas H. Pennington, Proprietor of “Peter Piper Pickles”.Raymond Adams Lady Vivian Delaney, English Widow . Frances Colwell Waiters . Thomas Tobey and Billy Bowles American Girls . Evelyn Frank and Dorothy Johnston Gypsy Fortune Tellers. ..Mary Beth Watson, Vivian Wigginton, Shirley Savage, Rachel Kinzie, Wilda Moore, Myrtle Gartman, Mildred Bane, Arlene Garrett, Helen Hood, Frances Dodson. In addition to the above programs the students of the music department have furnished music for all the religious assemblies, sung at the station for boys leaving for Service, and served on programs for Civic Organizations. As this goes to press we are planning the music for the Baccalaureate Ser¬ vice and Commencement. 73 }
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The Andrew Lewis Band The band, under the direction of Mr. L. Christensen, has worked hard this year, but not in vain. So far they have had only two assembly programs, but they have both been successful, if applause can be taken as a judge. Aside from playing for all the school football games, the band also played at the Thanksgiving game between Maryland and V. P. I., on the side of Maryland. Although the band trips that have been so greatly enjoyed in the past were an impossibility this year, they are willing to make this sacrifice in the face of the great sacrifices of the day. The school is very proud of the band which helps so much to cheer and pep up, not only the people in the school, but also those in the community. The drum majorettes are Evelyn Frank, June Garrett and Florence Kime. Projection Club THE DEPARTMENT OF AUDIO-VISUAL EDUCATION Since Pearl Harbor every branch of the armed services has stepped up its training program through the use of audio-visual aids. The time required to develop a certain degree of skill has in many instances been materially reduced by using specially prepared Audio-Visual aids. As the result of this use by the armed services and industry there is no doubt that Audio-Visual Aides will be used more than ever before as a regular part of any educational program in the school of the future. Andrew Lewis High School will be ready to meet this need with its fine equipment and highly trained students, in the form of a club known as the Projection Club. This year the Projection Club has carried the heaviest program since the department was organized. These fine students are helping to bring victory by serving their school at a time when it is most needed. Besides the everyday classroom films which are shown, this club has a regu¬ lar monthly feature. Either a movie is presented or some outside speaker comes to us. These pictures and speakers are both educational and interesting. This club is under the supervision of Selden Watkins, teacher in the science department. Robert Ayers James Cassady Billy Colony Virgil Frantz Lucy Humphreys MEMBERS Peggy Marlowe Templeton Norris William Paxton Frank Robertson William Robertson Anne Rowell John Scruggs Payton Shaner A1 White Roland Woodward 75
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