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THE PIONEER " he Band L. Christensen . Director Florence Kime Betty Catherine Sowers . Majorettes Mary Frances Parris The Andrew Lewis Band, under the direction of Mr. L. Christensen, has been very active this year. Although school did not open until late September, the band managed to play for some of the football games. It also played for two assembly programs, and in the spring it will give a concert as has been the custom for several years. Any student who is willing to study and is interested in music may become a member. The band is a very imporant part of school life as it brings pleasure and satisfaction to all school activities. THE BAND MEMBERS Jane Black, Jean Black, Joan Black, Almeta Bohon, Max Brown, Johnsie Canup, Johnny Carpenter, David Cecil, Andrew Chapman, Vincent Clinevelle, Bobby Coffer, Bernice Coffey, Norma Cundiff, Lynn Deyerle, Hugh Downing Glenn Draper, Geneva Duncan, Theresa Friend, Virginia Faye Garnett, Irwing Gladden, Melvin Good, Laura Graham. Madison Frisso, Boyd Harrison, Edith Hayden, Lois Hayden, Charles Hood, Mildred Hoover, John Hudgens, Paul Hudgins, Joan Johnston, Dematris Kitlinger, Edith Lagerholm, Dean Lloyd, Mary Ann Matheny, Edward McDaniel, Charles Missimer, Mary Frances Parris, Billy, Poff, Juanita Poff, Sue Poff, Virginia Rushing, Hazel- tine Saul, Jackie Sharpe, Marden Sewell, Betty Sowers, Magdalene Swecker, Peggy Taliaferro, Daisy Taliaferro, Buddy Walker, Gene Walthall, Julius Walthall.
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FORTY-FIVE Beta Club Bill Colony . President Joe Brogan . Vice President Mary Frances Parris . Secretary Bill Shaw . Treasurer Mrs. L. G. Pedigo . Faculty Advisor The purpose of the Beta Club is to encourage effort, to promote character, to stimulate achieve¬ ment, to cultivate leadership qualities, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school graduation. The Andrew Lewis Beta Club was organized in the fall of 1936, with a membership of twenty- six. Today, the total membership is thirty-one with twenty-five others who will become members this spring. Of the total membership in nine years, only 64 out of a total of 279 were boys. This club is an important factor in the life of Andrew Lewis High School as it encourages scholar¬ ship, leadership and develops the highest type of character. This pledge, which each member makes his aim, explains the real meaning of the Beta Club. “ I solemnly declare that I shall always strive to hold fast to the principles of honesty; to cultivate in my life and conduct the principles which The National Beta Club is organized to encourage. I further pledge myself to cooperate with the members of this club in the promotion of a sense of individual responsibility to our school, community, state and nation; to make right the master of might; and to consecrate our fellowship to mutual helpfulness and to the betterment of our fellow students.” To become a member of this great organization is not simply to join another club. It means that a person has earned by faithful work and acceptable behavior—the honor of being among the leaders in this school. It means also that he is a member of the larger group of young Americans in fifteen states organized for the encouragement of scholarship and the development of good citizenship. THE MEMBERS OF THE BETA CLUB Myra Phlegar, Rae Carpenter, Mary Frances Parris, Virginia Lawson, Roland Woodward, Sarah Jamison, John Scruggs, Eunice Caldwell, Edward Magruder, Peyton Shaner, Billy Shaw, William Colony, Roscoe Kirby, Juanita Divers, Joyce Galbraith, Magdaline Swecker, Lucy Humphreys, Colleen Grubb, Peggy Ragland, Vela Bowling. Jackie Sharpe, Jean Black, Jane Black, Ada Mae Stump, Allen Chappell, Harriette Rowell, Martin Spangler, Anne Watson, Barbara Ann Campbell, Joe Brogan, Betty Lou Lindamood. STUDENTS WHO BECAME MEMBERS AFTER PICTURE WAS TAKEN Bessie Hudgens, Frank Robertson, Templeton Norris, Doris Crouch, Inez Bowen, Kilty Francis, June Day, Jeanne Hann, Mary Ann Smith, Gwendolyn Johnson, Betsy McDaniel, Wanda Sweeney, Katherine Copenhaver, Bobby Greer, Joan Black, Walter Moses, Charlotte Jones, Darline Jennings, Vivian Hart, James Peters, Harriett Wood, Doris Jean Garst, Claudine Conner, Catherine Horne. Marilyn Ann Marr.
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Choral Club FORTY-FIVE Myra J. Phlegar. Betty Crawford. Mary Rhodes. Betty Sowers. Mary M. Cornett i Betty Ruth Haupt Mrs. Nelle H. Peery .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . Librarians . Director The Andrew Lewis Choral Club is composed of 60 members, receiving credit for their activities in the Music Department, under the capable leadership of Mrs. Nelle H. Peery. The Choir furnished music for religious assemblies and the Christmas play. In addition to this, a special Thanksgiving pro¬ gram was given. As the Pioneer goes to press the class is working on the operetta, “Bon Voyage,” and has plans for a Sacred Concert. As usual the class will furnish music for graduation exercises. THE STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE CHORAL CLUB Eileen Bowman, Vivian Broughman, Rebelh Bess. Jane Black, Jean Black, Joan Black, Johnsie Canup. Mary Ann Campbell, Betty Crawford, Mary Margaret Cornett, Virginia Cash, Inez Dewease, June Gore, Juanita Graham, Jeanne Hann, Betty Ruth Haupt. Helen Hensley, Beverly Jamison, Evelyn Jamison, Charlotte Jones, Jean Ludwick, Wanona Maddox, Joyce Mounts, Betsy McDaniel, Betty Phillips, Myra Jane Phlegar, Mary Rhodes, Mary Saul, Betty Sowers, Mary Ann Smith, Elizabeth Snapp, Magdalene Swecher, Charlotte Taylor, Betty Tingler, Phyllis Under¬ wood. Anne Watson, Margaret Williams. Lorraine Wimmer, Nancy Zehemer, Annette Auvil, Lula Cross Chapman. Ella Mae Draper, Anna Dodson. Kitty Francis, Doris Jean Garst, June Lynch, Shirley Musgrove, Mary O ' Beirne, Barbara Rakes, Mary Catherine Sellers, Lorene Wygal, Jeanne Francisco, Joyce Frazier, Ann Bishop, Betty Marlowe, Juanita Divers, Dematris Kittinger, Richard Bain, Howard Brown, Allen Chappell, Gene Draper, Glenn Draper, Scott Doyle, Harlan Eller, Hanoey Switzer, Thomas Tobey, Jean Walthall, Julius Walthall, George Adams, Craig Sluss, Horace Barnett. ( 55
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