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CHORAL CLUB CHOIR OFFICERS Craig Sluss . President Anne Watson . Vice President Allen Chappell . Secretary Mary C. Sellers . Treasurer Joyce Galbraith 1. Librarians Harlan Eller Nancy Zkiimkii. . Reporter Magdalene Swecker, Senior ] Wilma Edwards. Junior Joyce Galbraith, Senior Mary Ann Smith. Junior Accompanists Lula Cross Chapman, Soph. ] Margaret Ann Boone, Soph. | Ella Mae Draper, Soph. The Andrew Lewis Music Department is directed by Mrs. Nelle H. Peery with Mrs. Herman Larson assisting. It is composed of a choir of sixty members, a credit class of eightv-four members, a choral class of fifty members, a class of one hundred and seventy-five eighth-grade girls, and a class of forty eighth-grade boys. 1945-46 PROGRAMS September .Patriotic Program, Veterans Facility October .Presented Soloists at Salem Music Club Meeting November . Boys ' Quartette Sang over WSLS Radio Station and on the “ Youth for Christ” Program December .Christmas Music for School Assembly Christmas Eve Midnight Service at Lutheran Church January .Sacred Cantata, " The Wondrous Light.” for the Public March .Burns Program with Beta Club April .Operetta, ‘‘The Wishing Well, ' Public Performance Easter Cantata. “Redemption’s Song.” by Eighth Grade Easter Pageant with Latin Club, Public Performance June .Furnished Music for Baccalaureate and Commencement Program MEMBERS Arbutus Agee, Eleanor Blankenship, Margaret Ann Boone, Judy Brown, Evelyn Chapman, Lula Cross Chapman, Shirlty Cook, Ella Mae Draper, Kathleen Dickerson, June Frazier, Louise Gallion, Claudine Carman, Mildred Garnett, Lula Gentry, Ellen Goodwin, Nadine Henderson, Jean Hartman, Frances Hicks, Elma Jean Jarvis, Elsie King, Betty Lou Lindamood, Ruth Lockard, Ora Mae Miller, Frances Mutter, Joyce Price, Madeline Price, Reba Ruse, Gladys Richards, Theodora Sava, Jane Scott, Lorene Simpson, Yetive Trevillian, Grace Wade, Betty Westwood, Mary Ann Wilkins, Marjorie Woods. Barbara Epperly, Peggy Rushbrook, Annette Anvil, Betty Broughman, Martha Dame, Anna Dodson, Evelyn Garnett, Evelyn Gillespie, Mildred Hoover, Dematris Kittinger, June Lynch, Betty Marlowe, Rubye Ross, Mary Catherine Sellers, Sally Smith, Esther Wigington, Doris Jean Garst, Peggy DeHart, Kitty Francis, Johnsie Canup, Jeanne Francisco, Joyce Galbraith, Charlotte Jones, Betsy McDaniel, Mary Saul, Jackie Sharpe, Mary Ann Smith, Magdalene Swecker, Betty Tingler, Ann Watson. Nancy Zehmer, Wanona Maddox, Wilma Edwards, Howard Brown, Andrew Chapman, D. P. Dennison, Gene Draper, Glenn Draper, Billy Draper, Harlan Eller, Madison Grisso, Paul Grubb, James Harris, Melvin Hollandsworth, Barry Jamison, Keith Jeffreys, Garth Nelson, Marvin Peters, David Sisler, Craig Sluss, Arnold Keaton, Lynwood Aldtizer, Maurice All, Dalton Baugess, Allen Chappel, Paul Cofer, Scott Doyle, Glen Hayes, Jimmy Johnson, Edward McDaniel, Wayne Spangler, Joseph Wilbourne t 81 J
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Kv x- v ' ,- The Andrew Lewis High School Band, under the able leadership of Air. L. Christensen, kept its record at more than par this year. At three of the pep rallies preceding each game, band members were out in full force. Impressive formations, led by the majorettes, Jackie Sharpe and the Black Twins, were performed at each game. Jack Roof added to these formations by twirling out front. The Band presented two special assemblies for the students. This year Air. Christensen expects to take a group to the State Alusic Festival. He also plans to take the Band to Radford to present a concert at State Teachers College there. Highlighting the year’s events was the successful 1946 annual spring concert which featured the fruits of the winter’s labor. MEMBERS Aileen Almond, Jane Black, Jean Black, Joan Black, Almeta Bohon, William Bishop, Margaret Caldwell. Johnsie Canup, David Cecil, Vincent Clinevell, Paul Copenhaver, Norma Cundiff, Lynn Deyerle, Hugh Downing, Billy Draper, Glenn Draper, Gene Draper, Geneva Duncan, Jimmy Evans, Peggy Francisco, Whiz Friend, Sue Garnett, Virginia Garrett, Betty Goodwin, Melvin Good, Laura Graham, Madison Grisso, Edith Hayden, Henry Holliday, Mildred Hoover, George Kikos, Dean Lloyd. Bobby Moore, Drew Moore, Billy Poff, Juanita Poff, Sue Poff, Virginia Rushing, Hazelline Saul, Jackie Sharpe, Magdalene Swecker, Daisy Taliaferro, Charlotte Thomas, Jean Thomas, Hugh Waid, Buddy Walker, Julius Walthall, Jean Yarbrough l 80 ]
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The PIONEER NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE OFFICERS Charles David Deyerle. President Joe Ray Burnett. Vice President Joyce Galbraith. Secretary-Treasurer Past: During the war years our activities were limited—but the Kiwanians, the Woman’s Club, and the American Legion came to our rescue by inviting us for programs. At the Asheville Congress our Roland was elected State Senator, however, he went to Germany for Uncle Sam instead. Joe Ray became a Cicero with his famous F. F. A. speech which passed the County, the District, the State, and went to the Southeastern Tournament. We graduated and “married off” all but three members in June, 1945, but Paul came in this fall and now: Present: The war is over! Once again we can plan for the future. We begin to find our stride again. Once more the air is filled with cries of, “Prove your point. It isn’t so!” The N. F. L. work is resumed with the Bluefield practice tournament, we prepare for the U. L. A. L. meet. Future: As a score of newcomers enter the portals of the N. F. L. we face the future confident that the years to come will find among our ranks confident, capable, young men and women who will carry their thoughts to audiences of all types and in many places. MEMBERS Richard Bain, Ruth Baker, Inez Bowen, Anita Colley, Lessie Crouse, Wilma Edwards, Paul Grubb, Jeanne Hann, Dematris Kittinger, June Lynch, Audrey McDaniel, Betsy McDaniel, Lou Messick, Hazel O ' Bierne, Mildred Reynolds, Mary Saul, Mary Ann Smith, John Ray Turbyfill, Loretta Wirt, J. M. Young t 82 ]
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