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

 - Class of 1945

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Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 62 of 96
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Page 62 text:

THE PIONEER Home Economics Club Presidents Edna Turner Marjorie Cooper Shirley Minnix Florence Kime Maureen Wood Under the excellent supervision of Mrs. Betty Kyle and Mrs. Elizabeth R. Jamison, the Home Economics Club was re¬ organized in December, 1944, after being inactive for two years. Our general objectives center around services to the im¬ provement of our community, school, and ourselves. Due to the lack of time the meetings are held during the regular class periods. FIRST YEAR STUDENTS Sara Bowles; Mary Holmes Brand; Mary Collins; Dorothy Cregger; Jeanne Dawson, Vice President; Ella Mae Goodbar; Darline Jennings; Sara Jett; Edith Lagerholtn; Virginia Likens; Betty Lou Lindamood; Helen Martin; Mary Anne Matheny; Helen Maxey, Secretary-Treasurer; Jean Old; Aileen Poff; Frances Poff; Estelle Porter; Rnbye Ross; Christine Simpson; Velda Vaughn; Peggy Wells; Margaret Williams; Lorraine Wimmer; Ruth Brizendine; Christine Shepherd; Lois Agee; Juanita Aldridge, Vice President; Martha Bennett; Betty Bowling; Inez Bowen; Kathleen Cain; Lois Caldwell; Beulah Conner; Dorothy Cundiff, Secretary-Treasurer; Josephine Firebaugh; Willis Brice; Virginia Hardie; Marchita Harris; Phyllis Higgs; Betty Hill; Frances Hill; Esther Hodges; Catherine Horne; Bessie Hudgins; Shirley Jennings; June Lynch; Mabel Philpott; Dorothy Stewart; Maxie Tatum; Jean Williams. SECOND YEAR STUDENTS Beatrice Barbour, Minnie Lee Bowman, Dixie Carter, Alzada Cook, Anna Dodson, Jean Eller, Joyce Frazier, Lillie May Grubb, Beverly Jamison, Phyllis Kingery, Lou Messick, Martha Price, Beverly Rakes, Emily Scott, Hazel Young, Mary Rhodes, Juanita Tyree, Sylvia Board, Rhoda Bowers, Eunice Caldwell, Frances Crotts. June Crosswhite. Betty Dean, Thlema Eaken, Mary Epperly, Alene Garst, Alma Gibson, Dorothy Glotzer, Betty Grossman, Jo Ann Huff, Helen Marie Hensley, Margie Mills, Dorothy Robertson, Katherine Shilling, Martha Wright, Violet Collins, Betty Sowers, Sarah Sox, Betty Tingler, Mary Walthall, Betty Westwood, Esther Wiggington, Phyllis Wise, Virginia Cash, Nadine Childress, Doris Craig, Vivian Cruff, Christine Davis, Lois Hayden, Helen Kelly, Virginia Lawson, Joyce Missimer, Phyllis Peterson.

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FORTY-FIVE Library Club Jean Combs . President Jo Ann Huff . Vice President Dora Lee Sturgill . Secretary-Treasurer Juanita Butt . Publicity Chairman Mrs. Adelle M. Bennett . Librarian THE LIBRARY STAFF The Library Staff consists of twenty-one girls who devote one hour each day to the library. They perform all routine desk duties, e. g., stamping and filing passes, carding books, putting books on the shelves, typing, and minor mending. They are not paid for the work, but they receive an extra¬ curricula credit on their report cards. The library could not remain open from 8:30 a. m. to 4:00 p. m., without the assistance of these students. Most of the girls who work in the library belong to the Library Club which meets after school on alternate Tuesdays. The programs vary from the literary to bowling. LIBRARY STAFF Frankie Bishop; Juanita Butt; Jean Combs; Shirley Cook, First Semester; Evelyn Copenhaver, First Semester; Mary Lou Crosswhite; Doris Crotts; Peggy Francisco; June Frazier; Louise Gallion; Regina Garnett; Catherine Haislip; Virginia Likens, Second Semester; La Verne Deyerle, Second Semester; Elva Lavender, Second Semester, Frances Dyer. Second Semester; Jo Ann Huff; Christine Light; Gertrude Lynch; Marilyn Marr, First Semester; Joyce Mounts; Mary Saul; Dora Lee Sturgill; Phyllis Underwood; Peggy Wintermeyer. Those with asterisk are members of the Club. 4 57 }-



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FORTY-FIVE Office Practice Alene Reese. . . . Vera Martin Edith McFadden Jean Ludwick. .. Barbara Rakes. . Beulah Jones . . . . President .... Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman . . . Faculty Advisor Whatever you want from a five-cent pencil to an interview with the principal—it’s the job of the office practice students. Records, bulletins, phone calls, reports—all these must have attention and you’ll find the office students right on the job. Under the supervision of Miss Hester Lee Howell, the school secretary, and Miss Beulah Jones, commercial instructor, the office students help to keep things running smoothly. These students are learning how to work with others so they will be better prepared to meet the public when their high school days are over. The Office Practice Club meets weekly for the purpose of discussing problems related to business. Each member spends one hour daily in the school office applying principles learned from discussions in the club meetings. In spite of glares and stares, the girls like their job and they like you. The club members have spent extra hours preparing programs for the enjoyment of the school. One that all will remember was “The Faculty Album;” another, the radio program on “Will I Have a Job After the War?” The members of the Office Practice Club wish to express their appreciation to the faculty and students for their splendid cooperation during the past year. MEMBERS Pauline Conner, Dorothy Cregger, Joyce Deyerle, Jean Ludwick, Maxine Manning, Vera Martin, Edith McFadden, Virginia Patterson, Barbara Rakes, Alene Reese.

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