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NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Roland Woodward Hugh Brand Mary P’rances Parris Jane Sumpter Class Adams, George Bowman, Minnie Lee Broome, Betty Burnett, Jo Ray Caldwell, Eunice Campbell, Barbara Crawford, Lois Deyerle, Charles Galbraith, Joyce Garst, Lois Gartman, Myrtle Grubb. Paul Hunt, Betty Lou Kime, Florence McGrady, Frank Obenshain, Anne Taylor, Charlotte Wood, John D. FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. W. G. Strickler The Andrew Lewis Library Mrs. Adele M. Bennett, Librarian The Andrew Lewis Library aims to provide the students and teachers with adequate books, newspapers and magazines for reference work and recreational reading. The library contains 8277 volumes and has a seating capacity of 118. It has an attractive reading room, reference room, librarian’s work room and stor¬ age room. Growing plants and colorful displays make the library an attractive place in which to read for pleasure or to do reference work. A quiet atmosphere prevails to encourage concentration and enjoyment of reading. The library sponsored a poster contest during Book Week in November 1943. First prize was won by Joyce Galbraith (208); 2nd prize by Scott Doyle (208); 3rd prize by Mary O’Bierne (308); 4th prize by Baxter Duffy (208); and 5th prize by Jean Hann (208). The library staff had its annual Christmas party just before the holidays. Nineteen girls serve as Student Assistants. They do all the routine work, e. g. stamping and filing passes, carding books, shelving books, reading shelves, typing and filing cards, etc. These assistants contribute a great deal to the school in keeping the library running smoothly. Their service is invaluable. They serve without pay, but receive an extra-curricula credit grade on their report cards. The names of the students who work during the first and second semesters are: Betty Lindamood Dora Lee Sturgill Marilyn Ann Marr Leslie Crouch Claudine Garman June Frazier Louise Gallion Juanita Butt Evelyn Copenhaver Barbara Campbell Mary Catherine Sellers Betty Broome Mary Saul Mildred Reynolds Jean Combs Nancy Carmack La Verne Deyerle Elizabeth Snapp Margaret Williams Louise Clark (first semester) Sylvia Board (first semester) 4 78
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Girl Reserves The main project of the Girl Reserves for the year has been the sale of war bonds and stamps. They have erected a booth at one end of the hall especially for this purpose. Each Girl Reserve has her own day for selling and is in com¬ plete charge of the booth at her allotted period. The total sales to date, March 13 , are $1,705.00. In December the Girl Reserves entertained the student body with the pre¬ sentation of a playlet “Red Hot Ridin’ Hood,” which was also presented for the Lions Club a few weeks later. During this month, a tea was given in honor of the faculty in the Home Economics Department. The special feature in February was a dinner dance for the Athletic Associa¬ tion, carried out in a Valentine motif. The newly organized Junior Girl Reserves, of approximately 50 members, have as their sponsor Miss Jananne Larson. They have taken over the paper drive, collecting it daily and then turning it in to the community. The officers of the Senior Girl Reserves are: President—Betty Crawford; vice-president, Minnie Lee Bowman; secretary, Helen Sue Macom; treasurer, Marilyn Holliday; program chairman, Jane Sumpter; bond chairman, Jo Ann Foster; sponsors, Aminee W. Jones and Nancy C. Pierpont. The members of the Senior Girl Reserves are: Minnie Lee Bowman, Betty Broome, Barbara Campbell, Dixie Carter, Jackie Clinevell, Norma Cox, Betty Crawford, Betty Jane Dean, Kathleen Dickenson, Jo Ann Foster, Evelyn Frank, Joyce Galbraith, Betty Jean Garst, Juanita Graham, Louise Harris, Jeanne Hann, Betty Ruth Haupt, Opal Helton, Marilyn Holliday, Dorothy Ann Johnston, Florence Kime, Phyllis Kingery, Ann Lumsden, Helen Sue Macom, Betty Mar¬ lowe, Peggy Marlowe, Geneva McKinney, Lou Messick, Betty Phillips, Grace Poff, Martha Price, Barbara Rakes, Jane Sumpter, Frances Weeks. The Forensic Group The National Forensic League members combined with the public speaking class made up our Forensic Group. On account of the difficulties of transporta¬ tion the activities have been almost wholly confined to our school. A Thanks¬ giving play, a spring play, and several assembly programs have been sponsored by these boys and girls. A special program “The Four Freedoms,” was given by the N. F. L. mem¬ bers. The county-city literary tournament held in Roanoke was one of our high¬ lights and the American Legion Contest held on Armistice Day, in which Hugh Brand won first place and Anne Obenshain second, was an event of which we were proud. All in all, the aim of the organization is to develop the talents of the mem¬ bers for reading and speaking so that they may be useful to their communities at all times and especially in emergencies.
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The Latin Club The Latin Club has been organized at Andrew Lewis with a three-fold pur¬ pose. As the class period is devoted to intensive study, it affords an opportun¬ ity to discuss at leisure the interesting phases of Greek and Roman life. To ac¬ complish this purpose we have lecturers well-known in classical circles; movies and slides; and programs with student participation. Through thes e programs and our activities we prove the esthetic and practical values of classical study. As a social unit we become better acquainted with each other and with other devotees of the classics. Therefore, we often relax and have real fun at our parties, banquets and other entertainments. THE OFFICERS OF THE CLUB ARE President . Roland Woodward Vice-President ... Lucy Humphreys Secretary .:. Joyce Galbraith Treasurer.. William Garrett Faculty Adviser . Miss Annie Virginia Cook THE MEMBERS ARE Group 1: Robert Ayers, Rebeth Bess, Eileen Bowman, Kitty Francis, Leslie Ann Fringer, Jeanne Hann, Tommy Harris, Edith Hodgers, Virginia Howery, Bes¬ sie Hudgins, Lucy Humphreys, Sarah Jamison, Aurelia Jewell, Lida Lindsey, Shirley Minnix, Templeton Norris, Frank Robertson, Peyton Shaner, Thelma Shank, Charles Sisler, Magdalene Swecker, Frances Weeks, Margaret Williams, Jill Wood, Roland Woodward. Group 2: Marjorie Andrews, Harry Beatty, Inez Bower, Barbara Campbell, Allen Chappell, Betty Charlton, Charles Deyerle, Frances Dyer, Renee Franklin, Joyce Galbraith, Gertrude Lynch, Stella Moses, Hazel O’Beirne, Mildred Reynolds, Brewster Robertson, Susie Rudisill, Frank Shelor, Shirley Sink, Martin Spang¬ ler, Wanda Sweeney, Mary Beth Walthall, Wilma Willis, Loretta Wirt, Ann Lee Woodward, Nancy Zehmer. Group 3: Jane Black, Eugene Bower, Billy Bower, Veta Bowling, Ellen Cousins, June Day, Keith Edmunds, Dorothy Layman, Margaret McKinney, Peg¬ gy Ragland, Beverly Rakes, Harriet Rowell, Kathrine Schilling, Mary Sellers, Jacqueline Sharpe, Craig Sluss, Robei ' t Stiff. Group 4: Grace Bucker, Harry Blanton, Eugene Burford, Gerald Field, La¬ nier Frantz, Rita Friend, Robert Fulghum, Jack Grun, Martha Price, Dottie Rob¬ ertson, Rubye Ross, Barton Stone, Ballard Wood, Donald Young, Billy Robertson. Group 5: George Adams, Joe Brogan, James Butt, Anita Colley, Doris Crouch, William Garrett, Colleen Grubb, Wilma Hodge, Mary Ann Hubbard, Gwendolyn Johnson, Roscoe Kirby, Betty Lou Lindamood, Betty Masters, Paxton Prufer, Bettie Robertson, Courtland Spotts, Evelyn Stanford, Maxine Tatum, Anne Watson, Frank McGrady, William Gentry, Ray Carpenter. M 79
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