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Senior Mirror Best Looking Martha Price Harry E. Beatty Cutest Catherine (Kitty) Francis Vance Cannaday (U. S. N.) Quietest Harriet (Jill) Wood Martin Spangler Cutest Couple Joyce Missimer Keith Edmunds t 29 ]
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Thi- piiuieeii Wittiest Jean Smith Robert Bain Most Athletic Jean and Jane Black Ballard Wood Most Versatile Joyce Galbraith William Paxton Most Popular Anne Watson Joe Ray Burnett [ 28 ]
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We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Six, realizing how few are our remaining days at Andrew Lewis High School, and now possessing a very great deal of intelligence, rare personality, and talent in many lines, do hereby bestow our numerous valuable qualities, as well as our eccentricities, upon our worthy ' and devoted lower classmen in this, our Last Will and Testament, not wishing them to be scattered to the four winds . . . Item —To Mr. Kyle the members of the Senior Class of 1946 leave their appreciation for his helpfulness throughout their high school careers, and bequeath many good wishes for the future. Item —To Miss Annie, our assistant principal, we leave our love and respect and sincerest appreciation for her contribution toward mold¬ ing our young lives. Item —To all members of the faculty, the Class of ' 46 leaves its sincere thanks for the hours of patient work and effort so necessary in preparing us for the goal we are about to attain. Item —To Mrs. Bradley and those who have helped in the Cafeteria, we leave the memory of the satisfied expressions on the faces of all those who have enjoyed the excellent lunches offered us. Item —To Mr. Bailey, our competent building engineer, we bequeath our very slightly used trash cans, our tracks in the front hall, our sagging locker doors, and our well-trodden campus. Item —Joe Ray Burnett, after much consideration, leaves the class presidency and his splendid oratory and athletic ability to up and- coming Dickie Bunting. Item —Peggy Ragland bequeaths her ever-ready smile and willingness to work to Mrs. Pedigo, her nice personality to Dot Jones, and her breathless quality to Pat Smiley. Item —Hazel O Bierne leaves her genial personality and splendid athletic ability with Miss Larson, and her witch’s shrieks with Mrs. Strickler. Item —Geraldine Rushing wills her sunshine hair to Mary Ann Smith and her travel experience to Sallye Perkins. Item —Ah! The Blacks, those high-stepping twin majorettes, leave their boots and brains to sister Joan for next year. Item —Carlos Hart bequeaths his red tie to Mr. Snapp for the purpose of reflecting someone else ' s blush. Item —Katherine Schilling gives her attractive smile to Cecilia Lucas and bids her use it generously. Item —Betty Marlowe leaves her seat in music class to Betsy McDaniel and wills her loyalty to all her many friends. Item —Ray Caldwell leaves his monogram sweater and agricultural interests to anyone who can be a home-room secretary, too. Item —Marie Moses wills her flashing smile and dark-eyed glances to someone like Betty Broughman. Item —Keith Edmunds relinquishes his high spot on the team and his keen eye for the basket to Charlie Webber. Item —Veta Bowling leaves her office notes to Hester Lee to be delivered next year. Item —Ralph Hart leaves his F. F. A. interests to the next planters of the trees and wills his home-room turmoils to 103. Item —Craig Sluss leaves those brogues to dainty dancing partners, and tosses Danny Boy into " The Wishing Well.” Item —Jeane Francisco, while picking up Martha’s straggling yarn, agrees to leave her good-natured smiles and nice voice to Wilma Edwards. Item —D. P. Dennison wills to Miss Annie his remarkable salesmanship at the candy counter in the Cafeteria. Item —Betty Westwood leaves her petite smile and ladylike manner to all those who know she’s really a swell person. Item —Bobby Caudle bequeaths his position as head cheerleader to the successor who can display as much animation. Item —Phyllis Underwood leaves her constant shadow to the library shelves, and hopes her spirit will be dusted just as frequently as her books. Item —Norma Cox leaves a sparkling, perfectly groomed impression of herself to all who’ve known her. Item —Mary Walthall wills her blond dignity and attractiveness to all the senior classes to come. Item —Charles David Deyerle bequeaths his dark and subtle ways to Paul Grubb who maybe can use them. Item —Hazel Young leaves her quiet, peaceful manner to grace Mrs. Smith ' s civics classes next fall. Item —Inez Bowen, after a lot of constructive thought, leaves her shy smile and her questions to Annette Auvil. Item —Gertrude Lynch bequeaths to 102 all memories acquired therein, and wills her working spirit to the library. Item —Helen Pillow leaves a very quiet attitude to those students who sometimes get a little too noisy. Item —Johnny Hudgens leaves his animated personality to anyone who can keep up with him. and generously wills the Crow Club to the crows. Item —Violet Wilson bequeaths her name to some girl who would like to be that much like a flower. Item —Bobby Bain leaves his privilege of answering questions in English class to anyone who can say as genially, " I don ' t know.” Item —Doris Flinchum leaves memories of those home-room giggle sessions to Mary Epperly. Item —Helen Ruth Maxey leaves her genuine “little girl” sweetness to all her friends who will want to keep on knowing her. Item —Martha Dame gleefully bequeaths her Girl Reserve cards, her tangled blue yarn and her infectious giggle to anyone who can fit in her shoes. Item —Marie Masterson leaves her typewriter to the slave who types copy for the Pioneer next year. Item —Joe Brogan wills his patronizing smile and “slap-on-the-back” friendliness to anyone who can measure up to him. Item —Mary Saul leaves her Irish character portrayal to Mrs. Perry who will give it to some other little “Noreen.” Item —Boyd Lugar wills all his toil to Miss Webb and all his niceness to his friends. Item —Paxton Prufer leaves his standing with the ladies to no one, if he can help it, and wills those left-over questions to Mr. Snapp. Item —Loretta Wirt confers her athletic interests to Doris Driscoll, and gives up her seat at Mr. Snapp’s desk to the English teacher himself. Item —Allen Chappel leaves his baritone voice, his Irish brogue, and his Beta grades to the next senior who can top him. Item —Joyce Missimer bestows her red hair on David McClung, who needs it terribly, and reserves all her special smiles and glances for her basketball hero. Item —Jill Wood cheerfully leaves her shy smile and good grades to quiet the effect of next year’s senior class. Item —Yetive Trevillian leaves her lovely blond fragileness to Wanda Sweeney. Item —Lessie Crouse leaves her ability to type Mrs. Pedigo ' s speeches and her small-size friendliness to Andrew Lewis. Item —Jack Hardie wills his happy-go-lucky attitude and his agricultural interests to Mr. Peters. Item —Sylvia Board leaves her lipstick and curls to some other cute, little gal who may wonder “Who is Sylvia?” Item —James Butts leaves “Barnes” forever to his high school days, but his ability to make people like him goes on with him. Item —Kermit Morris leaves his football fame on the Andrew Lewis grid to Clarence Maberry. Item —Anna Dodson wills her attractive smile and friendly manner to Ella Mae Draper. Item —Lena Mitchell leaves her adventures in Home Ec and Civics Classes to all those who were there. Item —Christine Light leaves her ever-ready smile and all her home-room acquaintances to Mrs. Strickler. Item —Dorothy Glotzer relinquishes her Friday morning task of selling remaining copies of The Times Register to Peggy DeHart. Item —Kathleen Webster bestows her tranquil manner on Barbara Epperly, hoping she may have some use for it. Item —Harry Beatty hopes to leave his two English teachers a can of sardines, and Joe Ray Burnett. Item —Page Nelson, in brotherly affection, leaves the cry, “Carry on,” to Garth, who does any way. Item —Mildred Reynolds bequeaths her basket-goal record to someone like Kitty Copenhaver and hopes she will keep it up. Item —Wanona Maddox leaves pleasant memories in the heart s of all her friends, and the wistful look goes with them. Item —June Day leaves her long-curled hair and all-round niceness for the good of Room 103 next year. Item —Hunter Miller wills his aloof good looks to anyone who can plow through football lines as he does. Item —Betty Lou Lindamood wills her quiet, ladylike manner and pleasant smile to Claudine Conner. Item —Ada Mae Stump leaves her smiling efficiency to Miss Howell who couldn’t do without her. [ 30 ]
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