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

 - Class of 1947

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ANDREW LEMS MIDDLE SCHOOL Salem, Virginia Jj Q S f o 8 ' 4 jULaJUL ASC Ax4_a a-JLaJL V V : • • ' -- -■ L. J AXXLu) r t V i u JtAL4Ui % y - uL L» A-t JL. ' -C fXA L_ ' L IljCa QjUL YV vyjLJi X r L -rU JU tLvv oJ UOAMUtie.. Q tjL L ' QSXW V . U-fL INTRODUCTION THE PIONEER PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS „ ANDREW LEWIS HIGH SCHOOL Y J SALEM, VIRGINIA Dedication The 1946-47 Pioneer is privileged in welcoming our new principal, Mr. Maurice Harold Bell, to Andrew Lewis. He came to us from Lexington, Va., where he was supervising principal of the Lexington Public Schools for three years. Mr. Bell was previously athletic coach and principal at Valley High School, Hot Springs, Va., a position he held for a period of eleven years. Mr. Bell received his education at Lynchburg Col¬ lege and achieved his Master’s Degree at the University of Virginia in 1940. To him, we, the Staff of ’47, wish to dedicate this edi¬ tion of the Pioneer. He has been understanding and kind to the students and we know that classes in future years will appreciate and admire him as we do. A toast to Mr. Bell! !U. A- 1— a , — » . v— ' • . ’ kA 1 hpn-xajcJ — Foreword ‘y S-2- The Pioneer of ’47 is symbolic of the days of contrast in which we live. It is reminiscent of the days of yore when men of hardy stock upheld by force the same democratic principles for which so many of our youth today gave their lives. “Pioneer” days bring to our minds the hardships endured and bravery portrayed by such men as Andrew Lewis in whose honor our school is named. It is because of the courage and daring of these early ancestors that we are able to enjoy the privileges of the mightiest nation on earth. A In contrast, we, too, are “Pioneers” blazing new the trails of democracy with its principles of truth and justice so that enslaved peoples everywhere may enjoy a life of freedom and equality. The early pioneers pushed up their sleeves and with crude tools and materials set the foundation upon which we today are building. They beckoned and opened their arms and hearts to all peoples everywhere who were willing to endure hardships for a future of peace and contentment. Today more than ever we must continue to be “Pioneers” in our world. The peoples of the earth are looking toward America for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The echoes of the past urge us to go forward. We, the class of ’47, are “Andrew Lewis Pioneers,” each stepping out into his own field of endeavor. For the past five years we have been preparing ourselves for our larger tasks which lie ahead. Now, as we take leave of our Alma Mater, we must make use of this preparation we have made to stand the tests of life. As we meet these tests we must continually give able assistance to the growth of our nation into a better and stronger one for the coming generations. Our country has always upheld the torch of freedom and we must continue to keep the light. But even as we are doing this, we will often look back to our days at Andrew Lewis with happy memories. We, the staff, hope that this annual will help you recall some of these memories and if it does, we feel that it will have served its purpose. For each little incident recalled by it will make the book dearer to your heart every time you open it. So let us roam now with Li’l Andy through its pages as he relives his high school life and may this be a challenge for us to work harder in building ourselves and our nation. Staff of ’47 A Faculty First Row—Across Mr. M. H. Bell Principal Mrs. Adelle M. Bennett Librarian Miss Clara Bruce English, Latin Mr. L. Christensen Band Miss Annie Virginia Cook Latin Mr. Paul K. Coffman Science Second Row—Across Mr. Herbert M. Copenhaver Physical Education, Assistant Coach Miss Gwendolyn Duncan English, History Mrs. Margaret Easter History Mrs. Mary 0. Garner Economic Geography Miss Mary Goodwin Typewriting Miss Sarah Goodwin English Third Row—Across Miss Mary Louise Hearing Science, Social Science (Grade 8) Miss Mildred Heimlich Social Science, English, Music (Grade 8) Mrs. Julia B. Hylton Mathematics, Science (Grade 8) Mrs. Lillian G. Jennings Mathematics, Science (Grade 8) Miss Aminee Woods Jones Bookkeeping, Typewriting Miss Alice B. Kidd English, Social Science (Grade 8) Fourth Row—Across Miss Mildred Kidd English, Social Science (Grade 8) Miss Marie Lewis English, Social Science (Grade 8) Mr. C. R. Little Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing Mrs. Rose F. Little English Mrs. Kathryn Garst Mason Mathematics Miss Annie McConkey Geometry, Trigonometry Faculty First Row—Across Mrs. Nancie F. Miller Home Economics Mrs. Nancy Milne Science Mrs. Mary S. Parrish English, Mathematics (Grade Mrs. Carrie Martin Pedigo English Mrs. Nelle H. Peery Music Mr. James E. Peters Agriculture Second Row—Across Miss Gladys Jewell Peters Advanced Mathematics, Algebra Mrs. Vivian B. Prillaman Mathematics, Science (Grade 8) Miss Elsie Proffitt Stenography, History Mrs. Louise D. Rice Algebra, Geometry Miss Ethel P. Roscoe Phy ics, Mathematics, General Science Mrs. Ethel Siner Shockey Algebra Th ird Ro:v — . „ c ross Forrest Miller Smith Government, History ' Mr. John H. Snapp , English, Sociology Miss Miriam G. Spangler Home Economics Miss June Spencer Physical Education Mr. Guy Spruhan Athletic Coach Mrs. Pearl C. Strickler English, Speech Ft ' _ iifuluO Fourth Row—Aero A Mrs. Mary M. Vaughan French, English Miss Leslie V. Watkins Biology Miss Priscilla Pauline Webb Chemistry, Biology Mrs. Elsie K. Wertz English, Social Science (Grade 8) Miss Mary Gene Wright Science, Assistant Librarian Mrs. Nell Miller Office Secretary Mrs. Bradley Manager of Cafeteria NOT PICTURED Mrs. Mildred Thomas Music (Grade 8) Mr. Robert E. Kinzie Agriculture—Assistant Senior Class Officers Richard Bunting. Donald Boatwright. Doris Driscoll. Andy Renick. Miss Annie Virginia Cook Mrs. Pearl C. Strickler j . President . . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Faculty Sponsors [ 10] Seniors Lois Edna Agee Lawrence William Akers S. C. A., 5; Home Economics Senior Mirror. Club, 3, 4, s; Latin Club, 3; Choral Club, 4; Operetta, 5. Cynthia Annette Auvil Latin Club, 3, 4; Y-Teens, 4, 5; S. C. A., 3, 4; Choral Club, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 3, 4; Softball, 3; Public Speaking, 5; Sports Club, 3, 4, 5. Betty Zoe Bailey S. C. A., 5; Choral Club, 5; Operetta, 5. Martha Stuart Aldhizer Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Latin Club, 3, 5; May Court, 3, 5; Cheerleader, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Senior Mirror. Carl E. Bain Beta Club, 4, 5; Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 5; Football, 5; Gym Exhibit, 1; Shop, 1, 2; Senior Mirror; GI Club, 5. Juanita Gertrude Aldridge Y-Teens, t, 4, 5; Choral Club, 1, 2; Home Economics Club, 3, President. Richard Bain S. C. A., 3, 4, 5, President, 4, 5; N. F. L., 4, 5; Operetta, 2, 3, 5; Debating, 4, 5; Choral Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2. [11] Seniors Clara Almeda Beard Donald David Boatwright Vice President of Senior Class; Vice President of Junior Class; Annual Staff; Annual Follies; Andrew Lewis Public Speaking Winner; Public Speaking Group; Hi-Y, 3,4, 5; Monogram Club; Basketball, 1, 2, S; Track, 2; Football, 4, 5; N. F. L.; Latin Club, 4; Senior Mirror. Gloria Joan Black Band, 2, 3, 4, 5, Majorette, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Sports Club, 3, 4, s, Treasurer, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, Consul, 3; Projection Club, 4; Annual Staff, 5; Y-Teens, 5; Choral Club, 3, 5; Public Speaking, 5; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball, 2, 3; Operetta, 3; Annual Follies, 1, 2, 3; Treasurer of Junior Class. Betty Jeanne Bolling Y-Teens, 5; Latin Club, 3; S. C. A., 5; Softball, 2; Home Economics Club, 3, 4. Dixie Pauline Blevins Home Economics Club, 3, Secretary, 3; Y-Teens, 4; S. C. A., 4; Public Speaking, 4; Debating, 4. Sara Elizabeth Bowles Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3; Basketball, 3; Softball, 2, 3. Lawrence Board GI Club, 5; Football, 2, 3; Shop, 4; Gym Exhibit, 1, 2. William Boardman Bowles Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 2; Annual Follies, 5; News Staff, 5, Editor, 5; S. C. A., 3; Choral Club, 2; Senior Play. [12] Seniors Kewie Evon Brogan Betty Caroline Broughman Home Economics Club, 5; Choral Club, 4, 5; S. C. A., 4; S. C. A., 4, 5; Office Practice, 5. Operetta, 4, 5; Public Speak¬ ing, 5; Basketball, 4. Mary Holmes Brand Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home Economics Club, 2, 4; S. C. A., 5; Newspaper Staff, 1, 2; An¬ nual Follies, 5; Choral Club, I, 2, 3; Operetta, 2, 3. Betty Jane Brown Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Choral Club, 1, 2; Annual Follies, 5. Ruth Frances Brizendine David W. Brown Helen Elizabeth Brumfield Richard Fry Bunting Football, 3, 4, 3, Captain, 4, Co-Captain, 5; Basketball, 3, 4, 5; Baseball, 3, 5; Beta Club, 3, 5, President, 4, State Presi¬ dent, 5; Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5, Secretary,. 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5, Business Manager, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, President, 4; Hi-Y, 3, 4; Key Club, 4, 5, Vice President, 5; Public Speaking, 4 - Football, 3, 4, 5; Monogram S. C. A., 3, 4, 5; Home Club, 4, s, Vice President, 5; Economics Club, 5; Choral Hi-Y, 4, 5; GI Club, s; Shop, Club, 1. 4; F. F. A., 3, 4. [13] Seniors Kathleen Belle Cain Virginia Lee Clark Annual Follies, 4, 5; News Staff, 5; Senior Mirror; Y-Teens, 4, 5; S. C. A., 5. Charles Ray Caldwell Anne Ruth Clayton Lois Madge Caldwell Claudine Edna Conner Y-Teens, 4, 4, 5; Latin Club, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5, Secre¬ tary, 5; S. C. A., 3. Hilda Naomi Carter Y-Teens, 3, 4; Choral Club, 1, 2; Operetta, 3; Home Eco¬ nomics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Vivian Lois Conner S. C. A., 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Home Economics Club, 5; Office Practice, 5; Choral Club, 1. Home Economics Club, 3, 5, Class Council, 5; Hi-Y, 5; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Treasurer, 5, Secretary, 3; Football, 4, 5, 6; F. F. A., 3; Y-Teens, 5; S. C. A., 5. S. C. A., 3, 4, s, Vice President, Monogram Club, 5, 6. 4; N. F. L., 5; Y-Teens, 1, 2; Public Speaking, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4; Choral Club, I; Senior Play. [ 14] Seniors Shirley Cook Choral Club, i, 2; Choir, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 4, 5; S. C. A., 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 4; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Operetta, 4, 5; Burns Program, 4. Jeanne Stratton Dawson Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5; News Staff, 5; Senior Mirror; Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home Economics Club, 3, Vice President, 3; Senior Play. Katherine Marie COPENHAVER Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Team, 5; Soitball, 1, 2, 3; Latin Club, 3 4 , Si Beta Club,. 3, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 4, 5; Public Speak¬ ing, 3, 4; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Editor, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Ping-Pong, 4; Burns Program, 4; Latin Tournament, 3; Ten¬ nis, 1; Track Tournament, 3; Christmas Program, 5; Operetta, 5. Peggy Lou DeHart News Staff, 3, 4, S, Editor, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; May Court, s; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Choral Club, 1, 2; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5, Reporter, 5; Operetta, 3, 4, 5; Public Speak¬ ing 3 5 ‘ Annual Follies, 5; Gym Exhibit, % 2; S. C. A., 3, 4; Tennis, 1. Lois Gwendolyn Craig Latin Club, 3, 4, 5. Sherrye Lois Deyerle Senior Mirror. Ned Danny Danforth Hi-Y, 5; Dramatic Club; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5 - Robert Marvin Dixon [ 15 ] Seniors Glenn Wright Draper Band, i, 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Football, 2, 3; Basketball, 2, 3; Andrew Lewis Quartette, 2, 3, 4, 5; News Staff, 3; Operetta, 2, 3, 4, 5; Boys’ Choir, 2, 3, 4, 5; State Music Festival; S. C. A., 3,4, 5; Treasurer, 5; Hi-Y, 2, 3,4, 5; Treasurer, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4; Public Speaking, 4. Geneva Ella Duncan Home Economics Club, 5; Sports Club, 5; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Drum Majorette, 5; Office Practice, 5. Doris Arline Driscoll Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft- ball, 2, 3; Tennis, 2, 3; Gym Exhibit, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4; Y-Teens, 5; Public Speaking, 3,4,; Secretary of Sophomore, Junior and Senior Classes; Senior Mirror; Annual Staff, 5; Senior Play. Wilma Louise Edwards Public Speaking, 5; Debat¬ ing, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 4, s; N. F. L., 4, s; Choir, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 3, 4, 5; Choral Club, 3, 4, 5; Librarian, 5 - Roger Allen DuBose Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Gym Exhibit 1; Annual Follies, 5; Hi-Y, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 5; Football, Manager, 5. Lowell Fred Eller Tumbling, 1, 2, 3; Football, 2, 3; Industrial Arts, 1, 2; Shop, 3, 4; Andrew Lewis Quartette, 1, 2, 5; Minstrel, 3; News Staff, 4; Choral Club, 1, 2, 3 ,. 4 , 5 ; Operetta, 4, 5; Boys’ Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 3, 4; Hi-Y, 5; State Music Festival, 2. Baxter Turner Duffy Annual Staff, 5. Patricia Burke Emory Y-Teens, 2, 4, 5; Newspaper Staff, 5; Public Speaking, 5. [16] Joseph Thomas Engleby Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 3, 4, S; Secretary, 5; Public Speaking, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Football, 3, 4. Gerald Lewis Field Latin Club, 3; Hi-Y, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5; Foot¬ ball, JY, 2, 3; Football, 3, 4; Basketball, 3. Seniors Barbara Jeannine Epperley Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Softball, 1, 2, 3; Tennis, 2; Choral Club, 4, 5; Librarian, 5; Operetta, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Gym Exhibit, 1; Andrew Lewis Choir, 4, 5; Girls’ Sports Monogram, 5. Mary Josephine Firebaugii Home Economics Club, 3, 4; S. C. A., 4, 5; Ping-Pong Tournament, 4; State Home Economics Club, 4. Richard Alex Eubank Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Football, 4; Monogram Club, 4, 5; Shop, 3 , 4 - Virgil Lanier Frantz Projection Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Chairman, 5; Hi-Y, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5. Harley Edward Ferris F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Shop, ,1 2, 3 , 4 - Rita Friend [17 1 6 Seniors Theresa Friend Band, i, 2, 3, 4, 5; Solo Drummer, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Softball, 2, 3, 4, 5; Basket¬ ball, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Sports Club, 5. William Robert Gore F. F. A., 3, 4; Shop, 3; Football, 4. William Starling Garrett Latin Club, 2, 4, 5, Treas¬ urer, 2; Beta Club, 4, 5, President, 5; Annual Staff; Annual Follies, 5; Operetta, 5; Burns Program, 5; Key Club, 4, 5, Secretary, 4, 5; Senior Mirror; Latin Tournament, 5; Christmas Program, 5; Senior Play. George H. Graybill, Jr. Football, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 3, 4, S President, 5; F. F. A., 3, 4; Baseball, 3; Shop 3,; GI Club, 5; Senior Mirror. Doris Jean Garst Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3,4,5; Annual Staff, Assistant Editor, 4; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Choral Club, 2; Choir, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 5; Operetta, 3, 4, 5; Burns Program, 4; Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home Economics Club, 3; Senior Mirror; May Court, 3, 4, 5, Maid of Honor, 3, 4. Robert Hoover Greer Alma Anne Gibson Evelyn Louise Gregory Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Key Latin Club, 2; Y-Teens, 5; Club, 4, 5, President, 4, 5; Choral Club, 2, 3; Basket- Annual Staff, 5; Burns Pro- ball, 2. gram, 4; Annual Follies, 5; Football, 4, 5; Latin Club, 4, 5, Patrician Consul, 5; Senior Mirror; Latin Tournament, 4; Industrial Arts, 3; Senior Play. [18] Seniors Grace Catherine Haislip Operetta, I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, s; Basketball, 2, 3; News Staff, 4, 5; Public Speak¬ ing, 5; Library Club, 3; Choral Club, 3. Vivian Marie Hart Beta Club, 3, 4, 5, Secre¬ tary, 4; Basketball, 3; Burns Program, 4. I 19 1 Betty Jane Grossman Home Economics Club, 3; Latin Club, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 3, bating, 4, 5; Beta Club, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 5. Melvin Lee Grubb Hi-Y, 4, 5; Shop, 3, 4; De- Paul William Grubb Cheerleader, 2, 3; Public Speaking, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4; N. F. L., 4, 5; S. C. A., 3, 4; Key Club, 4, 5; Choral Club, 4, 5,; Operetta, 4. Clara Virginia Hardie Choral Club, 1, 2; Home Frances Finese Harris Y-Teens, 5; Home Econo- Economics Club, 3, 4, s, Secre- mics Club, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 5. tary, 3. Marcheta Gwendolyn Harris Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home Economics Club, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 3: Music, 1, 2; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. Betty Zane Hill Choral Club, i; Home Eco¬ nomics. Club, 3, 4, 5. Sylvia Jo Holliday Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Choral Club, 1, 2. Kenneth Theodore Hill Hi-Y, 5; Shop, 3, s; Print¬ ing, 2. Mildred Louise Hoover Mary Frances Hill Choral Club, 1; Home Eco¬ nomics Club, 3, 4, 5. Dorothy Catherine Horne Wilma Maxine Hodge Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; News Staff, 2; Annual Follies, 5; S. C. A., 4; Choral Club, 1, 2; May Court, 5 - Mary Ann Hubbard Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 4; Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral Club, 1, 2; Beta Club, S; Library Staff, 2. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball, 3; Latin Club, 3; Home Eco- Choral Club, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, nomics Club, 3; Beta Club, 3 , 4 , 5 - 3 , 4 , 55 S. C. A., 4, 5. [ 20 ] Seniors Jo Ann Huff Choral Club, 2, 3; Library Staff, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 3, President, 5; Home Econo¬ mics Club, 2, 3, 5, Secretary, 5; Debating, 4; N. F. L., 4, 5. Mark Woodrow Hunt John Paul James Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. Keith Charles Jeffreys Latin Club, 3, 4; Choral Club, 3 , 4 , Si Operetta, 3, 4, 5; Senior Mirror. Darline Gertrude Jennings Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Y-Teens Edith Munsey Jessee Home Economics Club, 4; Gwendolyn Johnson Y-Teens, x, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Charlotte King Jones Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Y-Teens, 5; S. C. A., 5; Sen- Club, 2, 3, 4,. 5; Beta Club, President, 2; Choral Club, 1, Home Economics Club, 3; ior Play Annual Staff, 5; Burns Pro¬ gram, 4; Choral Club, 2. 3, 4, 5; Public Speaking, 5; 2 ; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5, Debating, 5; Choral Club, 1, 2; Treasurer, 5; Operetta, 3, 4, 5; Burns Program, 4; Senior Latin Club, 3, 4, 5, Censor, 5; Mirror. May Court, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Burns Program, 4; Senior Mirror; Annual Staff, 5; y Annual Follies, 4, 5; Cheer- • ' V C — • leader, S. a:. 1 21 1 AA ' Seniors Dorothy Marie Jones Elsie Mae King Edith Louise Lagerholm Y-Teens, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice Choral Club, 2, 3; Senior Band, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home President, 4, President, 5; An- Choir, 4, 5; Christmas Cantata, Economics Club, 3, 5. nual Staff, 3, 4, 5; Annual 3, 4; Home Economics Club, Follies, 5; Cheerleader, 4, 5, 2, 3; Operetta, 4, 5. Head Cheerleader, 5; Senior Mirror; Public Speaking, 4; S. C. A., 3. Dean Sharpe Lloyd Beta Club, 4, 5; Latin Club, 4, 5; Key Club, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 5; Shop, 3; Mechanical Drawing, 4; Burns Program, 4; Annual Pollies, s; Band, 3, 4, 5; Christmas Tableau, 5. Sanford Andrew Long F. F. A., 3, 4, 5. Cecelia Faye Lucas Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Tennis, 4. Richard Little Football, 3, 4, 5; GI Club, 5; Monogram Club, 4, 5. Clarence Thomas Maberry Monogram Club, 5; Foot¬ ball, 4, 5; Sports Club, 5; An¬ nual Follies, 5; Public Speak¬ ing, 5; Basketball, 5. [ 22 ] Seniors ‘Marilyn Ann Marr Choral Club, I, 2; Choir, 5; Operetta, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 4; An¬ nual Staff, 5; Public Speaking, 4; Annual Follies, 5; Burns Program, 4; Library Staff, 2, 3; Tennis, 2. Margie Ashwell Mills Band, 1, 2, 3; Home Eco¬ nomics Club, 2, 3, 4. David Simmons McClung,II Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, S, President, 5; Monogram Club, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 3, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 3; Student Council, 4. David Parrish Minichan Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; An¬ nual Follies, 4, 5; Football Manager, 5; Monogram Club, 5 - Betty Wayne McDaniel Cheerleader, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Burns Program, 4; Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3 ) 4, 5 Program Chairman, 3; Choral Club, 1, 2; Senior Choir, 3, 4, s; Operetta, 3, 4, 5; Tennis, 2; Treasurer Sopho¬ more Class; Library Staff, 2; S. C. A., 3; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; May Court, 3, 4, 5, Queen, 5; N. F. L., 4, 5, President, 5; Public Speaking, 4, 5; Christ¬ mas Play, 5; Senior Play. Robert Lee Montgomery Baseball, 5; Hi-Y, 5. Alvin L. Miller Football, 2; Hi-Y, 3; Shop, 3, 4; F. F. A., 1, 2; GI Club, 5; Gym Exhibit, 2. Charlotte Louise Moore Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; S. C. A. [ 23 ] Danny Allen Mowles Hi-Y, 2, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Football, 5; Basketball, 5; Annual Follies, 5. Carol Sue Murray Y-Teens, I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5. Jean Eve lyn Old Home Economics Club, 3, 4, 5; Library Club, 4; S. C. A., 4 - James Alvin Peters Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, s; Key Club, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 5; Shop, 1, 2, 3; Shop Exhibit, 1, 2, 3; Mechanical Drawing, 3; Burns Program, 4; Ping-Pong, 4; Christmas Tableau, 5; Gym Exhibit, 2; Senior Play. Mabel Philpott Latin Club, 3, 4; Home Eco¬ nomics Club, 3; Library Club, 4. S;S. c. A., 4, 5. Wilma Jane Philpott Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4; S. C. A., 1, 2; Annual Follies, 5; Basket¬ ball, 1, 2, 3,4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2; Senior Mirror; Softball. Nancy Juanita Pillow Office Practice, 4, 5. Aileen Beulah Poff Home Economics Club, 1, 2; Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4; S. C. A.; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5. [ 24 ] Edna Virginia Porter Home Economics Club, 5; Library Club, 5. William Harveycutter Robertson Projection Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Public Speaking, 3; Annual Follies, 4, s; Annual Staff, 3, 4, 5. Seniors Alfred Wilson Powell Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 4, s; Hi-Y, 4, 5, Vice President, 5; Student Council, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Key Club, 4, 5; Public Speaking, 3; Football, 4; Baseball, 3, 5; Christmas Tableau, 5. Bettye Louise Roof Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2; Home Economics Club, 2, 3, 4. William Youzell Ramsey Frank L. Shelor Latin Club, 3,4,5, Treasurer! 5; Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 2, 3, 4, 5; Football, 2, 3,4, 5; Baseball, 2, 3,5; GI Club, 5. Anderson Minor Renick, Jr. Hi-Y, 5; Football, 5; Beta Club, 4, s; Senior Mirror; Annual Follies, 5; Latin Club, 4, 5; Treasurer of Senior Class; Senior Play. Frank Lewis Shelton [ 25 ] Harry Wilson Slough Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Public Speaking, 3, 4; N. F. L., 5; Hi-Y, 5; Annual Staff, 5; An¬ nual Follies, 5; Cheerleader, 5; Senior Play. Hi-Y, 5; Beta Club, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; News Staff, S; Key Club, 4, 5. Latin Club, 3, 4. Mary Ann Smith Emanuel Sowder Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Burns Program, 4; S. C. A., 3, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 5; May Court, 3, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, President, 1, Program Chair¬ man, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Choral Club, I, 2; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Operetta, 2, 3, 4, 5; Public Speaking, 4; N. F. L., 4, 5, Vice President, 5; Christmas Play, 5; Cheer¬ leader, 5; D. A. R. Award Winner; Senior Mirror; Latin Tournament, 3; Senior Play. Sally Belle Speck Sports Club, 3, 4, s; Soft- ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Speaking, 5; Debating, 5; Girl Reserves, 3, 4; S. C. A., 3 . 5 - Betty Jean Smith Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, s; Operetta, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 3. Barbara Grace Spencer Y-Teens, 1, 2, 4, 5; Latin Club, 4; Home Economics Club, 4; Sports Club, 4, 5; S. C. A., 4, 5; Basketball, 2, 5; Softball, 2, 4, 5; Ping-Pong, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5. Seniors Mabala Estelle Spencer Choral Club, i; Home Eco- Horace Lawson Stacy Latin Club, 3, 4; Beta Club, nomics Club, 1, 2; Girl Re- 4, 5; Key Club, 4, 5. serves, 1. Evelyn Frances Stanford Latin Club, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens, 1, s; S. C. A., 3. Betty June Stewart Home Economics Club, 4, 5. Norman Street Wanda Louisf. Sweeney Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., Peggy Taliaferro Almeda Ramona Terry Choral Club, 1; Home Eco- Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4; Band, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 5; 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette, 5; Latin nomics Club, 4; Latin Club, 4. Latin Club, 2, 3; Basketball, 2. Club, 2; Home Economics Club, 4, s, Treasurer, 4, Pro¬ gram Chairman, 5. Seniors James Warren Thomas Football, 3; Hi-Y, 5. Jeryl Corbin Varney Emory Tarpley Thurman Hi-Y, 3, 4, 5. Velda Ann Vaughan Club, 3, 4; Annual Follies, 3, , 5; Cheerleader, 4, 5; Vice Latin Club, 3; S.,C. A., 4, 5; President of Sophomore Class; Home Economics Club, 3, 4, 5. Senior Mirror; Andrew Lewis Quartette, 2, 3, 4, 5; Senior Play. Betty Jean Verna horal Club, r; Latin Club, Thomas Tobey Betty Ruth Tyler Choral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home Economics Club, 4, 5; Operetta, 2, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 2, Beta Club, 5; Y-Teens, 5. 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 3, 4, 5; Latin 0 Doris Jean Vest Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, 5. Grace Catherine Wade Choral Club, i, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4. Frederic Warren Watson Latin Club, 3, 4. Seniors Ernest Turner Walker, Jr. Ralph Bandy Walker Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, 5; Projection Latin Club, 3, 4; Public Club, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, Speaking, 5. 5; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Follies, 5. Allison Corbin Weaver Baseball, 2; F. F. A. Club, 1, 2, 3 - Charles Edward Webber Football, 3,4,5; Basketball, 2, 3 , 4 , 55 Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; President Sophomore Class. Julius Byron Walthall Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 2, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 3, 4; News Staff, 3; Annual Follies, 3, 4; Andrew Lewis Quartette, 2, 3, 4, 5; Boys’ Choir, 2, 3, 4, 5; Football, 4. Peggy Jean Wells Home Economics Club, 3, 4, 5 - [ 29 ] Seniors Raymond L. Wilbourne Wilma Glorene Wildhaber Football, i, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; Choral Club, I. Monogram Club, 5, 6; F. F. A., 3, 4; Basketball, 3; Baseball, 3; Shop, 3, 4; Gvm Exhibit, 2, 3; GI Club, 6. Seniors Not Pictured William Campbell F. F. A., 1, 2. Shirley Elaine Grosart S. C. A., 4; Y-Teens, 4; Latin Club, 4. Richard Adair FIall Football, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 5. Kathleen Mary Dickerson Carlton Manning Stella Moses Latin Club; Home Econo¬ mics Club, 4, 5; Library, 4, 5. Jesse Rogers CoURTLAND SpOTTS Eugene Wirt Library Club, 3, 4; Shop, 1, 2; GI Club, 5; Gym Exhibit, I. Post Graduates Alden Scott Bill Sigmon NOT PICTURED William Carpenter William Woods Seniors Not Pictured 0 7 JvAX) , j i £ed Long 0: 1! 4 [ 31 ] Senior Mirror Most Intellectual Gwendolyn Johnson William Garrett Most Personality Charlotte Jones Donald Boatwright Typical Senior Martha Aldhizer Andy Renick Most Likely to Succeed Doris Driscoll Carl Bain [ 32 ] Senior Mirror Wittiest Virginia Clark Lawrence Akers Most Popular Dorothy Jones Richard Bunting Most Athletic Joan Black George Graybill Most Versatile Mary Ann Smith Thomas Tobey [33 1 Senior Mirror Best Looking Jeanne Dawson Frank Shelor Quietest Sherrye Deyerle Keith Jeffreys Cutest Doris Jean Garst David Minichan Cutest Couple Wilma Philpott Bobby Greer [ 34 ] V Lois Agee leaves her quiet sweetness to someone like Gwen Andrews and keeps her golden hair for herself. Martha Aldhizer, as typical senior, leaves her charm and beauty to next year’s choice. We should say that if she really were typical this would indeed be a wonderful place. Juanita Aldridge is going to be selfish and keep her luck with a man to herself. Lawrence Akers leaves his subtle wit to the class wit of ’48. Annette Auvil leaves the dimple in her chin to Marjorie Woods. Betty Bailey leaves her place in music class to Jackie Hite. Carl Bain, our senior voted most likely to succeed, leaves this title to his fellow street cleaners of the future. Richard Bain showers Jack Crawford with some of his many virtues but keeps a good share for himself. Clara Beard wills to the coming students of Andrew Lewis some of the fun she has had there. Joan Black wants Peggy Francisco to accept her title in the Mirror to use next year if it’s all right with everyone else. Dixie Blevins takes everything she has with her for her husband-to-be. Donald Boatwright asked us to say that he bequeaths all of some bottles he got in a certain county to a certain well-known teacher, and leaves his bright hair and sparkling personality to Andrew Chapman. Betty Bolling wills her fun and gay grins to Jean Brown, and maybe some of her charm. Sara Bowles says she will let Sara Thompson use her first name if she will promise to take good care of it. Bill Bowles leaves his horn-rimmed glasses and his “ knowledge of many things ” to Jack Carter. Ruth Brizendine is going to let her sister take over for her from here on in. Mary Holmes Brand bundles her fur coat off to college, but leaves the vision of her good looks to all the little people who can’t forget her. Evon Brogan leaves her front seat in Mr. Snapp’s room to someone who can qualify as his “in¬ tellectual slave” for second period. Betty Broughman leaves her cute looks and her place in the Music Department to Evelyn Chap¬ man. Betty Jane Brown’s Latin pony is bequeathed to all the poor unfortunates who will be taking Virgil. David Brown leaves those rolling eyes and his nickname “ Pansy ” to Petunia Burress. Helen Brumfield leaves her quiet moods to Jane Jamison. Dickie Bunting wills his well-deserved popularity and his wonderful athletic ability to Skeeter Hesmer. Kathleen Cain leaves her good looks, sweetness, and Paul, to no one. - Ray Caldwell bestowes his good looks and winning ways on Jack Shannon and hopes he’ll use them wisely. Lois Caldwell leaves her gay laughter to linger in the halls of A. L. from now on. William Campbell leaves his seat in Mrs. Pedigo’s home room to someone who is just as quiet as he. Hilda Carter has been wondering if Alice Hoover could use her long, dark hair. If so, it is hers, along with the fascinating eyes. Virginia Clark leaves her wit and good humor to Judy Holliday, and her stately height to Annie Davis. Anne Clayton leaves some of her shortness to Betty Ann King, who might be able to use it. Claudine Conner leaves her standing in the Beta Club to Joan Johnston. Vivian Conner is going to let another blonde take over her place in the office. Shirley Cook bequeaths her quiet, sweet manner to Jane Scott. Lula Cross Chapman is left with the editorship of the Pioneer by Kitty Copenhaver. Gwendolyn Craig wills her giggles to Miss Cook’s next third-year Latin class. Jeanne Dawson leaves her good looks to Mary Ann Wilkins, who really doesn’t need anyone else’s. “Et Cetera” is left by Peggy Lou DeHart to anyone who thinks they can tackle the job. Sherrye Deyerle hopes next year’s quietest girl will be able to qualify as well as she does and leaves a little of her quietness to help her out. Danny Danforth bequeaths his artistic talent and his drawing of “Margie” to anyone who as¬ pires to such heights. Marvin Dixon wants some dark-haired Junior to accept his mysterious ways as a keepsake to baffle others. Harley Ferris parts with his quiet and gentleman-like manner to give it to James Blount, a quiet Junior. Josephine Firebaugii leaves her seat in Mr. Snapp’s study hall to someone who can keep up with Dick Tracy. Rita Friend bequeaths her wit to someone like Jane Jamison. Theresa Friend leaves her place on the girls’ basketball team to Frankie Bishop. Alma Gibson wills her sewing, needles, etc., to some industrious little Junior. William Gore unwillingly leaves his desk behind Wilma Edwards in 5th period English class to a cute li’l boy like Garth Nelson. Melvin Grubb leaves behind his speeches to Mrs. Strickler and his debates with Mrs. Smith. [ 35 ] Senior Class Will Bobby Greer takes all his good qualities—his grades, personality, etc., along with him so he can manage Wilma better. Paul Grubb leaves with us the pleasant memory of his part in dramatic happenings around here. Doris Driscoll leaves her sweet charm and swell “all-aroundness” to some rare person who has not yet been found. Doris Jean Garst wills her “deah big boo” eyes and her cuteness to Loretta Rogers. William Garrett bequeaths practically all of his intelligence and talents and everything but his Buick to Charles Dorsey who really doesn’t need the car anyway. Wilma Hodge, always willing to help out in any situation, leaves this quality to Margaret Ann Boone. Sylvia Holliday leaves her beautiful long hair and fingernails to Sara Thompson. “Mickey” Hoover leaves her sparkling vivaciousness and her ability for “snaring” basketball points to her little sister. Catherine Horne leaves her Beta membership to anyone who will work hard enough for it. Richard Eubank leaves his sweet smile for some pretty girl. George Graybill takes his own good time and calmly walks out the door leaving all of us with a wonderful memory of his athletic achievements and of his all-around “swell-fellowishness.” Virginia Hardie leaves her sweet disposition to Mary Virginia Gaskins and hopes that she will be able to use it next year. Finese Harris leaves her brown curls and “domestic doings” to the Home Economics Department. Marcheta Harris leaves that cute li’l smile and her silent ways to one who needs it most. Vivian Hart leaves her seat in French class to Pinky Wilbourne. Betty Hill leaves her desk in Mr. Snapp’s English class to some able Junior. Kenneth Hill, with much regret, leaves his blue plaid shirt to Paul Johnson. Frances Hill bequeaths her quiet manner to Nancy Wright. Glenn Draper leaves his trombone and his way with the “little women” to Gene. Allen DuBose bequeaths his love of devilish things to the whole Junior Class. Baxter Duffey drives off in his new blue Dodge, leaving his good wishes and cigars to everyone. Lanier Frantz leaves his fuzzy hair and bright remarks to Max Brown. Geneva Duncan leaves her bubbling enthusiasm and her faithful place in the office to any efficient Junior who is worthy of the job. Wilma Edwards leaves her calm air and soothing personality to Ora Mae Miller. Lowell Eller leaves his wonderful voice and his love for the women to Joe Wilbourne. Patricia Emory leaves her love for animals to David Sisler and her repeated tardiness to anyone who can get away with it. Tom Engleby leaves his blazing red hair, and the personality that goes with it, to Betty Blanton. Barbara Epperly leaves her aeronautical mind to anybody who is smart enough to have one. Gerald Field leaves his good nature to Belle Hubbard. Evelyn Gregory leaves her short hair and “jolly well-being” to Alice Bohon. Betty Grossman leaves her good grades and common sense to Mary Louise Musser. Catherine Haislip leaves her beautiful hair to Helen Wingo. Keith Jeffreys bequeaths his quiet manner to Jack Roof. Edith Jesse leaves her cute smile to Virginia Belle Garst and her work of “distributing bulletins” to the capable. Elsie King leaves her quiet and efficient manner to Jean Beamer. Dean Lloyd leaves his smile and winning ways to a “sour puss.” Margie Mills leaves her hair to Arbutus Agee. Charlotte Moore or less leaves her sunny ways to shine upon the ole Alma Mater. Virginia Porter bequeaths her place in home room 102 to next year’s lucky Senior. Aileen Poff takes her sparkling eyes with her to use to good advantage in her future life. Alvin Miller leaves his light hair to Jack Rice. David Minichan leaves his cuteness and his 8oo-pound bear to anyone who can carry it around. Danny Mowles is so nice that we just can’t spare any of him at all. Jean Old leaves her blue eyes and blonde hair to Ella Mae Draper. James Peters leaves his red hair to James Welcher and hopes he’ll take good care of it. Mable Philpott’s quietness and amiability are taken over by Emily Scott. Wilma Philpott leaves her chic ways to Helen Ames and takes her Bobby along with her. Nancy Pillow leaves her last name to the majority of the underclassmen who wish to sleep on it. David McClung’s argumentative ability is left tor George St. John to use in Mr. Snapp’s class next year—in his locker is left a strand of glowing hair which was carefully snipped from his famous topknot. His winning way with women is left reluctantly by Alfred Powell for the boys in the Junior Class to use. His size 12 shoes are carted away with him to college. Marilyn Ann Marr leaves her “sweet little remarks” and her wonderful ability to make friends to Maria Cushman. Our little gal, Dot Jones, takes Red by the hand, leaving behind the most pleasant memories of her popularity and the good times she has given us. Carol Sue Murray leaves the memory of her refreshing charm and her pixie grin to Patsy Hub¬ bard. Gwendolyn Johnson’s intelligence and good looks are graduated with her to be made use of in years to come. Senior Class Will Bob Montgomery would like to take his tall, dark handsomeness but will leave his ready smile to Brent Huffman. Cecelia Lucas leaves her sweetness and lovely personality to Jane Scott, t Sanford Long leaves his ability to get into mischief to Jimmy Robertson. John James’ worn Latin pony is left with Miss Cook to give to her next year’s Virgil class. Darline Jennings leaves her good looks to her little sister, Joyce, who seems to be doing all right for herself. Jo Ann Huff’s friendliness is left where it will have the best beginning—the Eighth Grade. A quiet and likeable personality is left by Agaric Hunt to Robert Stacy. Edith Lagerholm bequeaths her cute li’l Chinese eyes to Connie Stevens. Dick Little takes his well-known “ Jot-’em-Down” with him for some more good times. Mary Ann Hubbard has a quiet cuteness that we all love. She leaves this to Judy Brown. That gorgeous nymph, Charlotte Jones, tearing down the halls to get away from Clarence, laterals her certain irresistibility to Connie Stevens. Betsy McDaniel pauses in the middle of her cheerleading to pass down her talent and popularity to Pat Smiley, who accepts them with a smile and promises to be as pretty a May Queen someday. Clarence AIaberry packs his “famous lines” in his suitcase to take with him to use on the de¬ fenseless little women in this big old world. Andy Renick leaves his jeep and the necessary accessories, full moon, etc., to Bill Thompson. Willie Robertson leaves his camera and his “yeah” to Garth Nelson. Betty Lou Roof, or “Loody,” leaves her hours of hard work in the office to someone as efficient as she. Thomas Tobey wills his beautiful singing voice and his wonderful cheerleading jump to Lloyd Campbell. Charley Webber bequeaths all his ability, personality, and good looks to his pal and fellow “japper-snapper,” Jimmy Robertson. Frank Shelor’s popularity and m-m-m-m good looks are bequeathed to his “little” brother, Wayne. William Ramsey’s height and sly solemnness are left with Barry Jamison. Frank Shelton leaves his wit and love of good times to Pinky Wilbourne. Randolph Sink has decided to leave his dramatic ability and his white ducks to Johnny Shank. Harry Slough leaves his name “Sleepy” to someone who will accept it and its meaning. Harry Slone leaves his dark hair and eyes and his love of jeeps to jimmy Johnson. Betty Jean Smith leaves the memory of her sweet ways with you all, grabs Ralph’s hand and runs away to a happy future. Mary Ann Smith leaves her ability for getting her cute little nose into everything, and for suc¬ ceeding so well in it all, to some little woman who will have to work terribly hard to keep up with all her exploits. Emmanuel Sowder bequeaths to Harold Wright his good ideas on the topics of today. Sally Belle Speck leaves us all with memories of her pretty hair and leaves to Charlotte Driscoll her love of sports. Barbara Spencer leaves her artistic talent to St. John’s little sis. Estelle Spencer wants the halls of A. L. to keep a share of her sparkling personality as a souvenir to remember her by. Lawson Stacy leaves his cheerful grin and good grades to his little brother. Betty June Stewart wills her lovely smile and friendly manner to Catherine Viar. Norman Street leaves his quiet personality and charm to all of Andrew Lewis. Wanda Sweeny wills her enthusiasm for high ideals to Andrew Lewis. Peggy Taliaferro wills her nice personality and band career to the head drum majorette of next year. Ramona Terry leaves her good spirit and lovely smile to Alice Baker. James Thomas leaves his wit and nice personality to the Senior boys of ’48. Emory Thurman wills his quietness and glowing smile to Brent Huffman. Betty Tyler wishes to leave her Christian leadership to the members of the S. C. A. of ’48. Jeryl Varney wills his place to his small brother, Ray. Velda Vaughn leaves her quietness and lady-like manner to Louise Gallion. Betty Jean Verna leaves her charming ways to the girl who can talk more than she in Miss Goodwin’s room next year. Peggy Wells leaves her rollicking laughter to ring in the halls of ole A. L. Ray Wilbourne bequeaths his influence at A. L. to his brother, Pinky, and asks to keep Jean Brown for himself. Wilma Wildhaver leaves her charming ways and Home Ec. ideals to Edith Hayden. Doris Jean Vest wills her quiet beauty to Virginia Belle Garst. Grace Wade leaves the sparkle of her eyes to Betty Ann King. Buddy Walker leaves his interest in so many things to Buddy Butts. Ralph Walker wants to take all his talent and ability with him, and Betty Jean, of course. Julius Walthall leaves his voice and red coat to Mrs. Perry’s leading man for future operettas. Freddie Watson is so cute that we hate to give him up, but we have decided to dedicate this charm to Edward Scruggs. Allison Weaver bequeaths to Lloyd Hinchee his cute ears and V-neck sweater. Evelyn Stanford leaves her auburn hair and sweet personality to Jean Brown. Class of ’47 [ 37 ] Senior Snapshots i —Play Ball. 2 —Duke and Snake. 3— Shaky. 4 —Office Practice. 5— Steady. 6— Inmates. 7— You Name It! 8— “Hi, Folks!” 9 —A Nap to Norfolk. 10— Experimentation. 11 —Hold Tight. 12 —JFhere is Pat? 13 —Date with a Dancer. 14— Jane ' s Girls. 15 —Follies of 1047. 16 —Home Room. V Junior Class Officers Theodore Hesmer. William Thompson Joan Johnston . . . . George St. John. . Miss Peters 1 Miss Duncan J . President . . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Faculty Sponsors [ 40 ] First Row—Across Barbara Adams Arbutus Agee Helen Ames Gwen Andrews Jf.annine Assaid Jean Beamer Second Row—-Across Tommy Beason Frankie Bishop William Bishop Betty Blanton Warren Blosser Sammie Blount ' ourth Row—Across OYCE BrIZI MNE CtraENE-B rogan Margaret Anne Boone Melvin Bowling George Bowman Nancy Brice ean Bown Judy Brown Max Brown [41 ] Juniors First Row—Across Doris Bugg Janice Burford Buford Butts Juanita Butt Barbara Coldweli. Lloyd Campbell Second Row—Across Marie Campbell Billy Cecil Bobby Chadwick Andrew Chapman Evelyn Chapman Lula Cross Chapman Third Row—Across Carolyn Charlton Ruth Clark David Clifton James Comer Edsel Comer Jack Crawford Fourth Row—Across Mary Lou Crosswhite Doris Crotts Bob Custer Lynn Deyerle Charles Dorsey Ella Mae Draper [ 42 ] Juniors First Row—Across Gene Draper Charlotte Driscoll Lou Anna Etter Leo Ferris Peggy Francisco June Frazier Second Row—Across Otis Frink Louise Gallion Claudine Garman Virginia Belle Garst Lula Gentry Evelyn Gillispie Third Row—Across Ellen Goodwin Fred Gregg Madison Grisso Sylvia Grubb Melvin Harmon Imogene Harris Fourth Row—Across James Harris Boyd Harrison Jean Hartman Lee Hartman Nancy Hartman Nadine Henderson [ 43 ] First Row—Across Lloyd Hinchee Jacqueline Hite Melvin Hoback Melvin Hollandsworth Alice Hoover Belle Hubbard Juniors Second Row—Across Joe Hubbard Brent Huffman Bill Hughes Regina Hurt Richard Hurt Barry Jamison Third Row—Across Jane Jamison Elma Jean Jarvis Robert Jeffreys Evelyn Johnson Joan Johnston James Jones Fourth Row—•Across Betty Ann King James Kinzie Doris Lane Faye Lavinder Stranna Leslie Annf.tta Loman [44 1 Juniors First Row—Across Rachel McCormick Mae McCray John Miller Ora May Miller Chester Mills David Mitchell Second Row—Across Mary Lou Musser Garth Nelson Audrey Nichols Barbara Norris Betty Painter Betty Peters Third Row—Across Marvin Peters Aubrey Plunkett William Poage Joyce Price Reba Reese Jack Roof Fourth Row—Across Lloyd Rowe Peggy Rushbrook Emily Scott Jane Scott Edward Scruggs Johnny Shank [ 45 ] Juniors First Row—Across Jack Shannon Mary Shelor Helen Shilling Homer Showalter Lorene Simpson Marie Sink Second Row—Across Betty Jean Sisk David Sisler Glenn Smith Irene Smith Martha Smith Peggy Smith Third Row—Across Keith Sowder Cammie Spotts Robert Stacy Jean Stanford Connie Stevens George St. John Fourth Row—Across Jean Thomas Margaret Thomas Bill Thompson Robert Thornhill Ray Varney Doris Via [ 46 ] Juniors cx_UL W vJfc Qj X — - uu. LmL r ' t Ayy a —, - v ' 4,» » “te X r ' " " “ j ' vwi. - ki .4 7 r $o « —Across Second Row—Across Third Row—Across Betty Viar Jack Willett Nancy Wright Jeanette Watson Donald Wimmer Edna Turner James Welcher Helen Wingo Eugene West Marjorie Woods Richard West Harold Wright Mary Ann Wilkins Jack Wright Junior Snapshots l —Blues in the Night. 2— Escape. 3 —Alma Mater. 4—“ Watch It, Duke!” 5— Chemistry. 6 —The Florence? 7— Spotts? 8 — Cook ' s Crew. 9 — It ' s Wet. 10 —Blue Team, n— u Look Closely!” 12— Studying Latin. 13 —That Man Again. 14— Book Week. 15 —Red on the Head. 16 —An Unusual Pose. w. ■a 4-A— tJJU , r Sophomore Class J. M. Young. Sue Burress. Joyce Jennings. Miss Pauline Webb Miss Leslie Watkins ! Officers . President . Vice President . Secretary-Treasurer . Faculty Sponsors First Row—Across Fay Adams Betty Owen Adamson Lynwood Aldhizer Naomi Altice Mary Andrews Bernard Arthur Paris Bain Alice Baker Ellen Baker Second Row—Across Dalton Baugess Lois Bayse Virginia Beamer Clyde Beard James Blount Cecil Boone Iris Boone Norvin Boone Martha Brami.ett Third Row—Across Robert Brammer Ruth Brogan Dan Brown Sue Burress Evelyn Cain Enola Calaway Betty Brown Campbell Betty Jean Campbell Ralph Campbell Fourth Row—Across William Childress Rhea Clark Dolores Chelf Anne Churchman Vincent Clinevell Sidney Combs Fayth Conner Janet Cox Robert Croft Sophomores First Row—Across Martha Crawford Norma Cundiff Virginia Davis Joyce Dixon Phyilis Dooley Betty Mae Doyle Phyllis Draper William Draper Janet Eller Second Row—Across William Elmore Dudley Engleby William Ervin Betty Eubank James Farmer Jack Ferrell Frances Flannagan Allen Frazier Joanne Frazier Third Row—•Across Louise Fringer Roberta Frye Melvin Garman Charlotte Garst Jack Garst Robert Gearhart Melvin Goode Herbert Garden Trabie Gorham Fourth Row-—Across Gorden Gunter Nadine Hailey William Hall Nellie Harman Cary Harrison Doris Lee Harrison Bernard Hart Robert Hartman Nancy Harveycutter Fifth Row—Across Glenn Hayes Charlotte Hill Mae Hill Betty Horne Doris Hubbard Patsy Hltbbard Alonza Hudgins Charles Humphreys [51 ] Sophomores First Row—Across Harry Humphreys Nancy James Violet Jamison Joyce Jennings James Johnson Nancy Johnston Ruth Johnson Joe Ann Jordan Ruby Kanode Second Row—Across Ann Koetzel Elizabeth Kilby Martha Kime John Kinder Wanda Kirby William Lane Elva Lavender Betty Jane Lawson Dan Leonard Third Row—Across Etta Mae Loster Jane Matheny Dennis McCarter James McCauley William McCauley Edward McDaniel Herman McMahan Geraldine Meador John Millay Fourth Row—Across Harriet Minichan Jack Mawbrey James Mawbrey Donna Oliver Nancy O’Neill Betty Owen Jean Painter Robert Paxton Peter Peffer Fifth Row—Across John Perrow Keturah Pillow David Plunkett Fred Plybon Doris Price Elaine Ramsey Jack Rice Eldridge Richards [ 52 ] Sophomores First Row—Across Polly Rierson Max Rife Jack Robertson Loretta Rogers Ida Ronk Doris Roof Joyce Rusher Betty Saul Phyllis Shaffer Seco?id Row—Across Harless Scott Dorothy Shank Mary Jane Shephard Betty Showalter Phyllis Smith Wayne Spangler Oma Spencer James Stamper Nell Starkey Third Row—Across Anne Stokes Clarence Stone Anne Stuart Alvin Stump Hughes Swain Daisy Taliaferro Charles Taylor Joyce Terry Thomas Tingler Fourth Row—Across Reginald Thomblin John Turbyfill Albert Turner Jo Anne Turner Betty Turpin Corbin Wade Virginia Webber Charles Webster Billy Wimmer Fifth Row—Across Ethelene Wiseman Marian Wondree Betty Lou Wood Frances Wood Nelda Wood James Young Diana Miller Patricia Smiley [ 53 ] Snapshots Freshman Class Officers Joe Stoutamire Sue Robertson Iris Howery. . . Miss A. Jones Mrs. K. Mason . President .... Vice President Secretary- T reasurer . . Faculty Sponsors [ 56 ] First Row—Across Juanita Agee Barbara Ames Norma Assaid J o Ann Austin Lois Avery Buddy Baker Almeta Bohon Bruce Bohon Fourth Row—Across John Cross Joyce Crotts Kenneth Crowe Martha Jane Curry William Davenport Annie Davis Vona Deel J. Arthur Deyerle Freshmen Second Row—Across Deral Bowling George Bowling Helen Bowman Norma Brice Eleanor Brillhart Jean Brogan Joann Campbell Charles Carper Fifth Row—Across Margaret Dickenson Sarah Jane Dillon Helen Divers Roberta Draper Lena Edwards Nell Eller Jimmie Evans Edna Fauber Third Row—Across Janet Carter Sheridan Carter Daurice June Conner Paul Copenhaver Anne Cowley Janie Cawley Joan Crawford Daphne Creed Sixth Row—Across Page Felty Mary Jo Ferguson Ruby Ferguson Lucille Fisher Jean Flinchum Virginia Francisco Joan Franklin Spencer Frantz Freshmen First Row—Across Second Row—Across Third Row—Across Betsy Galbraith Frank Gearhart Naomi Gregson Pat Gallagher Elizabeth Gibson Dwight Grisso Edna Garman Robert Bentley Goodwin, Jr. Wesley Grisso Mary Sue Garnett Robert Goodwin Kay Grosart Bubbles Garst Faye Gray Barbara Grossman Jack Garst Helen Gray Edith Harris Marjorie Garrett Lorine Graham Allen Harrison Charles Gearhart Wilburn Graham Helen Harter Fourth Row—Across Fifth Row—Across Sixth Row—Across Jacky Hartman Henry Holliday Nancy Kane Shirley Hartman Bobby Horne George King Sylvia Hartman Iris Howery Jimmy Kirkwood Joan Haupt Robert Hurt Alonzo Kittinger Anna Hill Leon Jarrett Doris Koogler Lucille Hill Fannie Jamison Lucille Lee Dick Hite Dorothy Jones Carolyn Leffel Louise Hollandsworth Tommie Jones Douglas Ann Lewis Freshmen First Row—Across Second Row—Across Third Row—Across Glenn Lewis Joyce Little Joan Manning Andrew Martin Janet Martin Kenneth Martin Loretta Maxey Randolph McGraw Elinor Miller Bobby Moore Drew Moore Eleanor Morgan Stella Morgan H. M. Morris Betty Moses Darlene Mowbray Curtis Mowles Joe Murphy Doris Mutter June Newman Wayne Nienke Frances Overfelt Kay Parks Frank Pendleton Fourth Row—Across Fifth Row—Across Sixth Row—Across Wayne Pendleton Phyllis Pillow Lillie Plybon Lucille Poage Billy Poff Betty Powers Vance Price June Propps Bobby Ratliff Iris Reese Ann Renick Robert Richardson Danny Roach Ann Robertson Fannie Sue Robertson Martha Robertson Sue Robertson Elizabeth Sellers Helen Shepherd Bill Simmons Edna Smith Donnie Spotts Louise Spradlin Betty Stamper Freshmen First Row—Across Kay Stamper Annie Stanley Norman Stemple Julia St. John Joe Stoutamire Ethel Stump Imogene Stump Irene Swedberg Second Row—Across Kathleen Taylor Marie Terry Charlotte Thomas Dolores Thomas Geraldine Thompson Robert Thompson Sara Thompson Hazel Tinsley Third Row—Across Doris Turner Ruth Turner Irene Wharton Mary Ellen Whitmore Mary Ann Wise Velma Wise Joyce Wood Paul Woods [ 60 ] Snapshots Eighth Grade HOME ROOM 108 First Row, Left to Right: Jane Tingler, Alary Alice Woods, Aileen Almond, Dorothy Underwood, Betty Wright, Ruby Witt, Bobbie Webb, Lillian Wimmer, Eunice Thompson, Eugenia Thacker, Hazel Wheeler, Margaret Toler, Irma Thomas Second Row, Left to Right: Raymond Watson, Alice Viar, Ella Haynes, Henry Webster, Bobby Stanley, Kenneth Wilson, Harold Pillow, Douglas Walker, Helen Wade, Martha Tinsley, Alarie Tingler Third Row, Left to Right: Burcelle Johnson, Furman Whitescarver, Jr., Edward Wimmer, Ray Jennings HOME ROOM 209 First Row, Left to Right: Betty Lue Rogers, Betty St. Clair, Sue Richardson, Colleen Robertson, Mary Ellen Saunders, Xie Alay Saul, Josephine Sink, Arlene Stanley, Virginia Simpson, Patsy Sisson, Gertie Sprouse Second Row, Left to Right: Mildred Sink, William Sisk, Nelson Simpson, James Stump, William Sears, James Taylor, Joe Terry, Jack Staedel, Joseph Rush ' orooke, Betty Stanford, Roy Sisson, Kermit Rowe Third Row, Left to Right: David Swain, William Spencer, Bobbie Saul, Ray Stump [ 62 ] Eighth Grade HOME ROOM 210 First Row, Left to Right: Arline Naff, Dianne Overstreet, Phyllis Reid, Reha Otey, Joyce Owen, Barbara Overton, Jean Mitchell, Ruby Reed, Barbara Reynolds, Thelma Rhodes Second Row, Left to Right: Malcolm Oliver, Harold Pendleton, Richard Normoyle, Charles Nunley, Howard Poage, John Obenchain HOME ROOM 211 First Row, Left to Right: Doris Alderman, Clara Altis, Joyce Blackwell, Claudine All, Betty Beeler, Don Bower, Barbara Bennett, Carlyle Burford, Mable Akers, Mabery Booker, Marie Bagger Second Row, Left to Right: Mary Buterakos, Albert Bailey, Howard Bowers, June Bowling, Sara Martha Bryson [ 63 ] Eighth Grade HOME ROOM 212 First Row, Left to Right: Alma Hill, Mary Sue Harris , Doris Kirby, Ann Webster, Verlyn Ingram, Dorothy Douglas, Elizabeth Garnand, Joyce Herrin, Margaret Gore, Barbara Johnson, Joyce Crosswhite, Barbara Bess Second Row, Left to Right: Gale Ayers, Earl Johnson, William Butler, George Collins, William Bar¬ nett, Charles LaPrad, Lewis Gearhart, Wilson Kolmer, Wallace Helvey, Richard Hamilton Third Row, Left to Right: Doris Gordon, Myra Draper, Mary Ann Grisso, Frances Alls HOME ROOM 213 First Row, Left to Right: Betty Bandy, Sarah Jones, Eva Clifton, Blanche Lucado, Margaret Garman, Iris Crause, Vivian Perdue, Antoinette Cox, Ruth Henritze Second Row, Left to Right: John Shank, Erwin Summer, Jimmy Webb, Theodore Heflin, Sellers Beckner, Tommy Clifton [ 64 ] Eighth Grade HOME ROOM 214 First Row, Left to Right: Marie Housman, Peggy Hilton, Geraldine Horne, Janet Hopkins, Joyce Donahue, Frances Harris, Betty Lou Rettinger, Doris Martin, Colena Hunt, Shielda Jett, Elaine Holliday, Jeanne Lynch Hobbs Second Row, Left to Right: Janice Hill, Herman Hill, Alva Conner, Norvell Hunt, Emory Hale, Eugene Hendrick, Imogene Helton HOME ROOM 21 s First Row, Left to Right: Dean Campbell, Betty Lee Corbin, Margaret Campbell, Geraldine Collins, Evelyn Crotts, Jean Cook, Lois Crotts, Jacqueline Coleman, Eva DeHart, Marian Chapman, Jeanette Coleman, Charles Childress Second Row, Left to Right: Robert Clark, Charles Davenport, Alan Carter, Buddy Chapman, John Marvin Damewood, Willard Campbell, Grady Campbell, Donald Cook, Roger Clark, Walter Collins [ 65 ] Eighth Grade HOME ROOM 216 First Row, Left to Right: Dorothy McMillan, June Martin, Helen McGue, Opal Webster, Bettie Perdue, Anna Margaret Young, Patricia Setliffe, Tharon Powell, Marcketa Reese, Ann Thomason, Betty Paxton Second Row, Left to Right: Billy Shelor, John Roberts, John Sweeney, Charles Day, Mark Page, Andrew Overstreet, Harold Philpott, Eugene Stultz, Malcolm Minnick, William Wirt, Dan Mabery Ryland Vaughan Third Row, Left to Right: Merritt Stiff, Bobby Wickham, Richard Minnix, Philip Smith HOME ROOM 217 First Row, Left to Right: Alice Ann Davis, Betty Jordan, Faye Murray, Carrie Lee Hartman, Alice Creasy, Myrtle Garrett, Betty Jo Taliaferro, Margaret Jennings, Joyce DeHart Second Row, Left to Right: James Powell, Raymond Simmons, Arnold Custer, Winifred Basham, Lewis Green, Bennie Boone, Lyle Martin, Robert Poff, Leonard Green, Leon Stanley [ 66 ] Eighth Grade HOME ROOM 218 First Row, Left to Right: Jacquelyn Frazier, Mildred Doyle, Betty Francisco, Jo Anne Frier, Josephine Funk, Margaret Gearhart, Ellen Frye, Mabel Ferguson, Joanne Dotson, Bettie Ellis, Sarah Gunter, Deloriese Gebhardt Second Row, Left to Right: Pete Garst, Jack Gunter, R. J. Garman, Cecil Francisco, Elmer Feazell, Charles Faith, Don Fritts, Eugene Faith, Bobby Grubb HOME ROOM 219 First Row, Left to Right: Norma Johnson, Betty Messick, Mary Sue Missimer, Bonnie Moore, Nadine Kesler, Betty Lane, Janie McGrazv, Constance Mills, Gladys Meade, Barbara Martin, Judy Meadows, Jean McCormick Second Row, Left to Right: Sonny Loman, Judy Lyons, Mildred McDaniel, Evelyn Meador, Tommy Martin, Ralph McDaniel, Woody Martin, Bobby McNeil, Jo Ann Lindamood, Jo Anne McDaniel [ 67 ] September September September October October October October October October November November December December December January January 9 January February February March March March March March April May May May June June Events of the Year 9.School opened. Everyone thar, even Li’l Andy. 12.Lockers assigned. Andy stopped totin’ gun to class. 25.Physical inspection by town nurse. Li’l Andy got checked six times. 2 .Assembly with group singing in charge of Mrs. Perry. Kin Li’l Andy sing! 4.Sports Club shindig after football game. Li’l Andy loved this. 15.Pioneer Staff announced. Li’l Andy voted main character. 18.’Nother shindig for Lewis and Lane High after game. Li’l Andy wuz thar. 22.First six weeks’ report. Li’l Andy haided for tall timbers. 30.Flalloween program by Music, Public Speaking and Industrial Arts Departments. Li’l Andy wuz scairt. 15 .Beta Club Installation. Li’l Andy wisht he wuz smart. 27.Assembly by Mrs. Perry and Choral Club. School closed for Thanksgiving. Li’l Andy absent cause of turkey shootin’. 9.Movie, “In Old Chicago.” Li’l Andy liked talkin’ picktur. 11 .Play, “A Ghostly Evening.” Li’l Andy thought it wuz good. 18.Christmas holidays started. Li’l Andy rarrin’ to go huntin’ fer mistletoe. 6 .School reopened after two extra days holiday. Li’l Andy in jovial mood. 10.Seniors took a trip to Richmond. Li’l Andy had a rip- roarin’ time. Hit was edukashunal, too. 29.Exams over. First day of new term. Li’l Andy has lost jovial mood. 14.Leona Flood, violinist, gave concert. Li’l Andy thought she wuz purty, played purty, too. 18 .Annual Follies and Squar’ Dance. Li’l Andy took part and enjoyed himself emensly. 3 .Alexander Trio gave program. Li’l Andy allays did like indivigiality. 7 .Basketball team left for state semi-finals. Pep assembly. Li’l Andy shore is hopeful. 12 .Beta Club’s spring installation. Li’l Andy couldn’t git in ’cause bars shot don’t count. 19 .Mr. Kershner spoke on Europe. Li’l Andy agreed with him. 27.Operetta by Music Department. Li’l Andy came and hummed right along with them songs. 16 .Latin Club and Home Economics Club put on fashion show. Li’l Andy still likes his ol’ duds. Li’l Andy’s done come to tote this off to the printin’ office, so here’s what’ll be brewin’ from now on: Latin Club Faculty Tea. 2.Latin Club Formal. 7.Choral Club Banquet. Sacred Concert. 28.Junior-Senior Prom. Exams! Li’l Andy is sharp’nin’ his pencil already. 6.Senior Play, “Death Takes A Holiday.” Spooky! 8-9.Baccalaureate Sermon—Commencement. Li’l Andy will be at all these here shindigs and will even have his red-checkered hankurchif out commencement nite to sniff good-bye to ol’ A. L. The Pioneer Staff EDITORIAL STAFF Katherine Copenhaver. Lula Cross Chapman. Charles Dorsey. Buddy Butts Randolph Sink . Joan Black. Brent Huffman Jimmy Robertson . Danny Danforth. Barbara Spencer Jeanne Dawson Julia St. John Baxter Duffy William Carpenter Doris Driscoll 1 Mary Ann Smith . Darline Jennings Evelyn Gillispie Mildred Hoover . Virginia Roberts Betsy McDaniel, Senior Cammie Spotts, Junior Evelyn Cain, Sophomore Jenny LouWaliace, Freshman Lanier Frantz William Robertson . Mrs. Rose Little. Miss Mary Goodwin Mr. C. R. Little J. . Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Activities Editor . Activities Staff . . . Sports Editor .... Sports Staff . Art Editor Art Staff Literary Editors Typists .. . Class Editors . . . Photographers . Faculty Sponsor Faculty Advisors [ 70 ] The Dickie Bunting. Alfred Powell. William Garrett Harry Slone James Edward Kinzie Doris Jean Garst Donald Boatwright Bobby Greer Martha Aldhizer Dot Jones. Peggy Smith. Marilyn Ann Marr Doris Crotts Betty Grossman Shirley Cook f . June Frazier Charlotte Jones Judy Holliday Mrs. Mary M. Vaughan Mr. M. H. Bell. Pioneer Staff BUSIN ESS STAFF . . Business Manager Advertising Manager Advertising Sta ff . Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager Circulation Staff Faculty Sponsor . Faculty Advisor [ 71 ] Latin Club OFFICERS Charles Dorsey. Mary Ann Smith. Pat Smiley. Bobby Greer. Nell Starkey. Bill Thompson. Charlotte Jones. Frank Shelor. Pontifex Maximus . Tribune . Aedile . Patrician Consul . . . .Plebian Consul . Praetor . Censor . Quaestor [72 1 PATRICIANS Helen Ames, Gwyn Andrews, Jean Beamer, Frankie Bishop, Sue Burress, David Carr, Bobby Chadwick, Andrew Chadman, Dolores Chelf, Anne Churchman, James Comer, Fayth Ann Conner, Lynn Deyerle, Jimmy Farmer, Louise Gallion, Bobby Greer, Nancy Harveycutter, Nancy Hopkins, Martha Kime, Dean Lloyd, Barbara Norris, Peter Peffer, Marvin Peters, George St. John, Pat Smiley, Robert Stacy, Julius Walthall, Charlie Webber, Tommy Beason, Vernon Bess, Margaret Anne Boone, Jean Brown, Max Brown, Billy Cecil, Evelyn Chapman, Lula Cross Chapman, Billy Doyle, June Frazier, Teresa Friend, Bill Hughes, Garth Nelson, John Perrow, Edward Scruggs, Betty Jean Smith, Bill Thompson, Betty Viar, Jeanette Watson, Virginia Webber, Marjorie Woods, Nancy Wright, Melvin Bowling, George Bowman, Judith Brown, Claudine Conner, Norma Cundiff, Phyllis Dooley, Betty Jane Grossman, Jean Hartman, Joan Johnston, Ora May Miller, Harriett Minichan, Nancy O’Neill, Jimmy Robertson, Loretta Rogers, Peggy Rushbrooke, Phyllis Schaffer, Jane Scott, Jack Shannon, Katherine Simpson, John Turbyfill, J. M. Young, Betty Brown, Gwendolyn Craig, Charles Dorsey, William Garrett, James Harris, Sylvia Holliday, John James, Jane Jamison, Charlotte Jones, Betsy McDaniel, James Peters, Alfred Powell, Andy Renick, Helen Shilling, Randolph Sink, Harry Slone, Mary Ann Smith, Jean Stanford. PLEBIANS Don Brown, Sidney Combs, Maria Cushman, Phyllis Draper, Roberta Draper, Janet Eller, Herbert Gordon, Bernard Hart, Harry Humphreys, John Kinder, David Mitchell, Audrey Nichols, Jean Painter, Robert Paxton, Nell Starkey, Charles Webster, Joyce Wood, Lloyd Campbell, Hubert Bain, Virginia Beamer, Norvin Boone, Juanita Butt, James Evans, Joanne Frazier, Glenn Hayes, Nancy James, Dennis McCarter, Florence Robertson, Anne Stuart, Hughes Swain, Joanne Turner, Betty Adamson, Carl Bain, Ella Mae Draper, Jimmy Johnson, Alvin Stump, Reginald Tomblin, Betty Hor ne, Louise Fringer, Betty Painter, Jackie Hite, Jack Rice, Virginia Farris. OTHERS (Not Taking Latin) Martha Aldhizer, Billy Bowles, Richard Bunting, Buddy Butts, Catherine Copenhaver, Peggy Lou Dehart, Allen Dubose, Tommy Engleby, Doris Jean Garst, Wilma Edwards, Wilma Hodge, Melvin Hollandsworth, Pat Hubbard, Mary Ann Hubbard, Robert Jeffreys, Gwendolyn Johnson, James Kinzie, Marilyn Marr, David Minichan, Mary Louise Musser, Willie Robertson, Frank Shelor, Cammie Spotts, Courtland Spotts, Connie Stevens, Buddy Walker. SODALITAS LATINA The Sodalitas Latina was organized four years ago by Miss Annie Cook and since that time it has grown to be one of the school’s most prominent clubs. The purpose of the club is to bring together those who are taking Latin and those who have taken it and still show an interest in the Classics. Any person who has either of these qualifications and who has passed his course is eligible for membership. The club has many activities during the year which are both social and educational. Its social functions consist of dances, such as the “Christmas Dance” and the annual “May Day Formal.” Parties for the faculty, such as the annual " Faculty Tea,” let the students meet the teachers in a social at¬ mosphere. The club has regular meetings in which the programs consist of lectures by prominent classicists or professional persons on Roman customs, habits and dress, or Latin literature. Slides are shown on phases of Roman life. The members of the various classes plan and give these programs. The club usually presents an educational assembly program for the school. It gives an Easter pageant or a Roman fashion show in alternate years. This year the Latin and Home Economics Clubs gave a fashion show comparing and contrasting Roman and modern fashions. [ 73 ] First Row, Left to Right: Dick Little, Lloyd Hinchee, Zed Long, Dickie Bunting, Clarence Maberry, David Minichan, Buddy Hall Second Row: Brent Lluffman, Ray Wilbourne, David Brown, Melvin Ilollandsworth, Charley Webber, Pinky Wilbourne, Skeeter Hesmer, Gerald Field, Allen DuBose Third Row: David McClung, Courtland Spotts, David Mitchell, George Graybill, George St. John, Jimmy Robertson, Alden Scott, Frank Shelor, Mr. Copenhaver, Sponsor Monogram Club OFFICERS George Graybill. David Brown. Dickie Bunting. . President .... Vice President Secretary-Treasurer The Andrew Lewis Monogram Club of 1946-47 was formed at the beginning of the year under the sponsorship of H. M. Copenhaver, coach. The club was formed around a nucleus of 18 old mem¬ bers and at the present is making plans for the initiation of new members. The club has been more active this year than in recent years with the return of eight veterans. It has held two dances and is planning to hold another. The money from these dances is going to be used to buy each member a Monogram sweater. [ 74 ] Cammie Spotts, Jack Shannon, Edward Scruggs, James Comer, William Robertson, Buddy Walker, Lanier Frantz, Garth Nelson, Bill Thompson, Lynn Deyerle Projection Club The Projection Club was organized to carry out the Audio-Visual Program and to train students in operating the machines, caring for the equipment, and in taking pictures of school activities for various purposes. The club, formerly sponsored by Mr. Selden H. Watkins, is carrying on under the temporary supervision of an executive committee composed of the club members. Every semester the club plans a well-rounded program of feature movies, class-room pictures, and stage performances. These activities have proved to be not only entertaining and recreational, but educational as well. [ 75 ] Theodora Sava, Doris Roop, Betty Mae Doyle, Virginia Porter, Elva Lavender, Mae Hill, Nadine Hailey, Margaret McCray, Margaret Staidel, Jean Old, Edith Lagerholm, Alice Baker, Nancy fVright, Doris Price, Frances Flannagan, Lois Agee, Evon Brogan, Vivian Conner, Geneva Duncan, Char¬ lotte Moore, Arbutus Agee, Charlotte Garst, Elizabeth Kelby, Kathleen Cain, Joyce Jennings, Peggy Wells, Betty Hill, Frances Hill, Jo Ann Jordan, Helen Brumfield, Jean Price, Bernice Guthrie, Lorene Simpson, Faye Lavinder, Stranna I eslie, Virginia Francisco, Roveta Frye, Marie Camp¬ bell, Charlotte Driscoll, Iris Boone, Etta Mae Lester, Janet Cox, Betty Saul, Enola Calaway, Betty Eubank, Betty Jean Lawson, Iris Willis, Betty Stewart, Betty Viar, Catherine Viar, Peggy Talia¬ ferro, Jo Ann Huff Future Homemakers of America OFFICERS Joyce Jennings. Stranna Leslie. . . . Jo Ann Huff. Kathleen Cain .... Frances Flannagan . President . . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Sergeant at Arms This year our chapter has 55 members and is affiliated with the state and national organizations. Under the excellent supervision of Mrs. Nancie Miller and Miss Miriam Spangler, our chapter advisors, we are cooperating in carrying out the chapter, state, and national goals. Our general goal is to work together for better school, home, and community services. The motto of the Future Homemakers of America, “Toward New Horizons,” in itself expresses the purpose of the organization. [ 76 ] First Row, Left to Right: Doris Roop, Joan Black, Jeanette Watson, Juanita Butt, Frances Flanigan, Katherine Price, Sue Garnett, Louise Hollandsworth Second Row: Frankie Bishop, Louise Gallion, Theresa Friend, Irene Swedberg, Peggy Francisco, Barbara Spencer, Sheridon Carter, June Vess, Evelyn Johnson, Miss Spencer, Sponsor Third Row: Doris Lane, Jo Anne Frazier, Geneva Duncan, Sally Belle Speck, Betty Viar, Katherine Fiat, Lois Bayse, Charlotte Driscoll Sports Club OFFICERS Juanita Butt. Frances Flannagan. Jeanette Watson. Joan Black. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer The Sports Club is an organiza tion of girls who are interested in sports and who wish to encourage others to participate in them. By staying after school to play basketball, softball, tennis, and ping-pong, a girl may gain member¬ ship into the club. To remain in the club she must participate in one of these sports each year. The club has many varied interests. Besides being active in athletics, the members worked in the refreshment stands of the football park and acquired, compiled, and sold the football programs. Some of their social activities for this year were a football hop, a hay ride, a formal dance, and a cabin party. They also gave a Christmas party for the under-priviledged children of Salem. [ 77 ] First Row, Left to Right: Truby Graham, Julius Walthall , Lowell Eller, Carl Bain, Gerald Field, Dean Lloyd, Bobby Brammer, Bobby Chadwick, Buddy Walker, Richard Eubank, Andy Renick, James Peters Second Row, Left to Right: Danny Mowles, Thomas Tobey, Glenn Draper, Lanier Frantz, George St. John, Eugene West, Emory Thurman, David Sisler, Kenneth Hill, Allen Frazier, Randolph Sink, Allen DuBose Third Row, Left to Right: Arnold Kenton, William Thompson, Chatles Dorsey, Jaynes Comer, Jack Rice, Dudley Engleby, Melvin Grubb, Boyd Harrison, Homer Showalter, Don Brown, Mr. Bell Fourth Row, Left to Right: James Thomas, Bob Montgomery, Tom Engleby, William Cecil, Buford Butts, Lloyd Campbell, Alfred Powell, James Kinzie, David McClung Hi-Y Club OFFICERS David McClung. Alfred Powell. Tom Engleby. Lanier Frantz. Bill Thompson. George St. John. Thomas Tobey. . President ... .Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman . . Sergeant at Arms . Chaplain The FH-Y Club at Andrew Lewis is sponsored by the principal, Mr. M. H. Bell. The club is affiliated with the nation-wide Hi-Y organization and strives to carry out the purpose of the organization, namely: “To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character.” [ 78 ] Staff: Billy Bowles , Peggy Lou DeHart , Pat Emory, Joe Stoutamire, Mary Lou Crosswhite, Jeanne Daw¬ son, Harry Slone, Catherine Haislip, Virginia Clark The Andrew Lewis News Peggy Lou DeHart 1 William Bowles J AIary Lou Crosswhite Virginia Lee Clark. .. Harry Slone ] Joe Stoutamire j ■ ■ • • Jeanne Dawson Patricia Emory )• . Catherine Haislip J John H. Snapp. . Co-Editors . . . .Assistant Editor Circulation Manager . Sports . Reporters . . . .Faculty Advisor Since the beginning of the session in the fall of 1933, The Andrew Lewis News has been published each Friday of the school year by the students of Andrew Lewis. During this time the News has shared a page in the Salem Times-Register through the courtesy of Mr. J. H. Thornton, owner and publisher. The Staff has been kept busy during the year on Monday afternoons in order to meet the deadline for news. Consequently some stories had to be written in advance and other live news had to be omitted entirely. As the editors of this volume are soon to turn the work over to others, they wish for them the same pleasure the present editors have had in telling a bit of the “news” and some of the “gossip” of Andrew Lewis. [ 79 ] Front Row, Left to Right: James Welcher, Lawrence Martin, Billy Thornhill, Glenn Smith, Bobby Thornhill, James Wilbourne, Brent Huffman, Ralph Plunkett, Allison Weaver, Eugene Brogan, Warren Blosser, Robert Hartman, Jack Garst Second Row: R. E. Kinzie, Assistant Advisor, Rhea Clark, Kenneth Martin, Madison Grisso, Thurman Shelton, Homer Showalter, David Plunkett, Tommy Tingler, Richard Hurt, Ralph Campbell, Gerald Boone, Ronald Ingram, Sanford Long, J. E. Peters, Advisor Third Row: Glenn Lewis, Bob Brammer, Herbert Sarver, Posie Hall, William Hall, “Pete” Bain, Edward Lester, Leon Boone, Don Leonard, Lee Conner, Jack Wright, Julius Jones, Ben Bohon, Hugh Waid, Bill Poage, George Bowling, William Childress Fourth Row: Randolph Mitchell, Bob Custer, Keith Sowder, Cecil Boone, Don Hatter, Jack Ferrell, Melvin Carman, Aubrey Plunkett, Darnell Brown F. F. A. Chapter The Andrew Lewis Chapter of Future Farmers of America has steadily increased its enrollment for the past few years and it now ranks among the first five chapters in Virginia. The chapter is proud of several of its outstanding achievements in the past year. The Andrew Lewis Chapter won the Botetourt-Roanoke-Bedford Federation Livestock Judging Contest and also took first place in the Federation Basketball Tournament. We hope to do equally well in public speaking and take contests later in the year. One of the highlights was the chapter banquet and dance which was given in cooperation with the Flome Economics Club. [ 80 ] First Row, Left to Right: Lula Cross Chapman, Catherine Horne, Gwyn Andrews, Helen Ames, Lois Bayse, Betty Campbell, Jane Scott, Billye Beamer, Doris Jean Garst, Betsy McDaniel, Alary Ann Smith, Robert Jeffries, Alehin Hollandsworth, John Ray Turbyfill Second Row: Cammie Spotts, Charlotte Jones, Johnny Shank, Evelyn Chapman, Betty Grossman, Helen Shilling, Rachael McCormick, Evelyn Gillespie, Katherine Copenhaver, Betty Bailey, Norma Cundiff, Joyce Jennings, Darline Jennings, Alargaret Anne Boone, Virginia Farris, Gwendolyn Johnson, IVanda Sweeney, Vivian Hart, J. Al. Young, Bernard Hart, Carl Bain Third Row: Anderson Renick, Richard Bunting, Bobby Chadwick, Allie Jean Jamison, Betty Tyler, Joan Black, Audrey Nichols, Emily Scott, Lillian Aloses, Louise Gallion, Jeanette Watson, Joyce Price, Ora Alae Miller, Judy Brown, Alary Louise Alusser, Faythe Conner, Louise Fringer, Alary Ann Hubbard, Alarilyn Ann Marr, Claudine Conner, William Cecil, Dean Lloyd Fourth Row: Harry Slone, Alfred Pozvell, Airs. Little, Airs. L. G. Pedigo, Lawson Stacy, James Harris, Herbert Gordon, Bobby Greer, James Peters, James Comer, Jack Shannon, Charles Dorsey, William Garrett Beta Club OFFICERS William Garrett Jean Beamer. Claudine Conner Billy Cecil. . President Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer B is for the best we try to reach E is for each we try to teach T is for true to our better selves A is for always we’ll strive to excel The Andrew Lewis Beta Club was organized in the fall of 1936. Since that time the club has reached a total enrollment of 296. The present membership is 54. Since the fundamental aim of the club is scholarship, it strives to encourage effort, to promote character, to stimulate achievement, and to cultivate leadership qualities. Realization of these aims in high school makes certain that a student will continue his education after high school. To become a Beta Club member a student must meet certain scholastic requirements. In addition to this he must possess some qualities of leadership. He must achieve and maintain a reputation for high character, dependability, cooperation and respect for those in authority. [ 81 ] First Row, Left to Right: Lula Cross Chapman, Evelyn Chapman, Keith Jeffreys, Doris Jean Garst, Peggy Lou DeHart, Wilma Edwards, Mary Ann Smith, Charlotte Jones, Glenn Draper, Julius Walthall, Thomas Tobey, Lowell Eller, Betsy McDaniel, Betty Broughman, Marilyn Ann Marr, Richard Bain, Ella Mae Draper Second Row: Mary Lou Musser, Joyce Price, Theodora Sava, Lida Gentry, Claudine Garman, Ora Mae Miller, Judy Brown, Shirley Cook, Barbara Epperley, Elsie King, Annette Auvil, Lois Agee, Grace Wade, Mildred Garnett, Nadine Henderson, Ellen Goodwin, Louise Gallion, Jane Scott Third Row: Mrs.Nelle Peery, Director, Norma Cundiff, June Frazier, Lima Jean Jarvis, Jack Crawford, Madison Grisso, Marjorie Woods, Andrew Chapman, Connie Stevens, Jack Carter, Mary Ann Wil¬ kins, Jackie Hite, Jean Hartman, Melvin Hollandsworth, Bobby Jeffreys, Garth Nelson Fourth Row: Jimmy Johnson, Barry Jamison, Marvin Peters, Arnold Keaton, Gene Draper, James Harris, Joe Wilbourne, Wayne Spangler, Glenn Hayes, Edward McDaniel, Dalton Baugess Senior Choral Club Cast of Operetta “Jerry of Jericho Road” Uncle Pete . Keith Jeffreys Cornelius Bank Alan O’Day . Julius Walthall Amos Bank. . . Geraldine Bank . Betsy McDaniel Lettice Bank... John Drayton . Lowell Eller Sandy Bank. . . Mimi . Mary Ann Smith Hunter . Dora . Marilyn Ann Marr Mandy . Peggy Lou DeHart ) f Doris Jean Garst | Mary Lou Musser }•. College Girls . t Grace Wade Lois Agee .Richard Bain .Thomas Tobey .Charlotte Jones .Betty Broughman .Glenn Draper .Annette Auvil Shirley Cook Barbara Epperley Wilma Edwards Elsie King Mildred Hoover Norman Street Business Manager [ 82 ] Junior Choral Club First Row, Left to Right: Joan Ilaupt, Nellie Harmon, Phyllis Smith, Marie Wirt, Helen Ames, Maria Cushman, Harriett Minichan, Sue Burress, Iris Ilowery, Judith Furrow Second Row, Left to Right: Joan Crawford, Virginia Garrett, Marie Sink, Louise Fringer, Irene Swedberg, Betty Ann King, Violet Jamison, Charlotte Hill, Joan Frazier, Josephine Spangler, Roveta Fry Third Row, Left to Right: Nancy James, Betty Owen Adamson, Fay Lavinder, Wayne Nienke, Lloyd Campbell, Glenn Hayes, William Elmore, William Childress, Preston Hancock, Lilburn Gray, Faith Ann Conner, Doris Lane, Stranna Leslie, Evelyn Johnson Senior Choir September. . . .Patriotic program for assembly October .Presented soloists at Salem Music Club November. . . .Thanksgiving program for assembly Furnished music for American Legion December 16. .Christmas program for assembly 17. .Senior Girls Trio gave program for Lion’s Club 18. .Provided music background for Christmas play, “Mary, Mother of Jesus” 24. .Christmas Eve midnight service at College Lutheran Church January .Assisted with religious programs in churches in the community February .Senior Boys Quartette made several appearances at churches and on the radio in “Young Roanoke Sings” March .Operetta, “Jerry of Jericho Road.” Two public performances and one matinee for students April .Easter Program May .Programs at county schools June .Furnished music for Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercises Junior Choir Sue Burress . President William Elmore . Vice President Violet Jamison . Secretary Charlotte Hill . Treasurer Helen Ames . Publicity William Childress j J Betty Ann King Betty Owen Adamson [. Accompanists Virginia Garrett This choir furnished music for Book Week program and for several religious assemblies. [ 83 ] 9 U)Lli kuLi z you ' j £ m £ n b cy- " tA g o j t 4. rrf o y-u v ]?i ah rr o oid s 0 pjicct Jiy t,0 fcc.tj uJ4 h } . y- sZ StO ' J l C - 7 ;, t Vp •». 0 s y 4 _ j ' C tW B First Row, Left to Right: Joe Logan, Mickey Ross, Willie Weeks, Charles Verna, Thurman Shelton, 4_ t A Alvin Miller, Carlton Manning, Ray Wilbourne, Carl Bain, Dick Clark ' Second Row: Courtland Spotts, George Graybill, Eugene Wertz, Earl McGee, Baxter Duffy, Mr. Herbert Copenhaver, Sponsor, Alden Scott, Frank Shelor, William Woods, Zed Long, Dick Little Not Pictured: William Carpenter, David Brown, Arthur McGee, Jessee Rogers Veterans ' Club ' ' • The Veterans’ Club is composed of students who served in the armed forces. Some of these boys have returned to complete their high school education while others are taking a post-graduate course. The club was organized by Mr. Bell at the early part of the year and is directed by Mr. Copenhaver. Officers include Alden Scott, President; Ray Wilbourne, Secretary; Zed Long, Treasurer, and George Graybill, Chaplain. We are proud to have the opportunity to return to Andrew Lewis and continue our education. We have enjoyed the special privileges offered to us during the year and we hope we have not failed to take advantage of every opportunity given us. After serving in the armed forces and returning to Andrew Lewis, we found ourselves more deeply interested and absorbed in our studies. We cannot express enough our appreciation to Mr. Bell and the members of the faculty for the kind consideration they have given us. May Andrew Lewis continue to develop students of high standards, as it has in the past. O Q Z ' -=£■— S ' 0- " VO V r_ [ 84 ] Library Club OFFICERS Jo Ann Huff. Stranna Leslie. Betty Saul. Polly Rierson. SPONSORS .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer Mrs. Bennett. Librarian Miss Wright. Assistant Librarian The Library Club consists of thirty-one girls, fifteen of whom devote their free time to working in the library. The club meets every two weeks and the programs are of a literary nature. The club sponsored Book Week activities during November, 1946. The activities were an as¬ sembly program for the lower grades, a tea for the faculty, and a Book Week contest in the form of a magazine quiz. The Library consists of fifteen girls who act as assistants to the librarian. They work from three to five hours a week. These girls perform all routine duties, e. g., stamping and filing Library passes, carding and shelving books, typing book cards and pockets, cataloging cards, letters, book orders and mending magazines and books. These girls learn library methods by doing and their love for books is fostered by handling them. The students, teachers and librarians are deeply indebted to these girls who serve so willingly and so well. Jacqueline Agnor Doris Alderman N aomi Altice Vivian Angell Norma Assaid Lois Avery Frankie Bishop Dorothy Bradbury Enola Calaway Barbara Caldwell Doris Crotts Faye Deyerle Charlotte Garst Nadine Hailey Jo Ann Huff Jo Ann Jordan Nancy Kane Stranna Leslie Stella Morgan Stella Moses Jean Old Mabel Philpott Lucille Poage Virginia Porter Polly Rierson Betty Saul Mary Jane Shephard Phyllis Smith Imogene Stump Evelyn Wheeler Marian Wondree [ 85 ] Y-Teens Top Photo: Martha Aldhizer, Mary Ann Smith, Charlotte Jones, Jane Scott, Peggy Rushbrook, Jean Hartman, Cecilia Lucas, Darline Jennings, Juanita Butts, Virginia Clark, Judy Holliday, Annette Auvil, Jean Thomas, Dor is Jean Vest, Doris Jean Garst, Kitty Copenhaver, Connie Stevens, Dot Jones, Barbara Spencer, Jean Brown, Barbara Caldwell, Helen Ames, Peggy Smith, Wilma Phil- pott, Mary Ann Wilkins, Cammie Spotts, Wilm.a Hodge, Mary Ami Hubbard, Irene Smith, Martha Smith, Betty Grossman, Evelyn Stanford, Barbara Norris, Jackie Hite, Frankie Bishop, Lou Anna Etter, Doris Driscoll, Judy Brown, Marjorie Woods, Catherine Haislip, Claudine Conner, Dixie Blevins, Finese Harris, Aileen Poff, Edith Jessee, Betty Jean Smith, Evelyn Gregory, Jeanette Watson, Mary Holmes Brand, Marilyn Ann Marr, Pat Emory, June Frazier, Evelyn Johnson, Betty Bolling, Doris Lane, Gwendolyn Johnson, Peggy Francisco, Margaret Thomas, Betty Ann King, Mary Belle Matheny, Betty Tyler, Shirley Cook, Jeanne Dawson, Betsy McDaniel, Peggy Lou DeHart Bottom Photo, First Row: Nancy James, Delores Chelf, Evelyn Gillespie, Phyllis Schaffer, Evelyn Chapman, Phyllis Dooley, Virginia Belle Garst, Mar gar et Ann Boone, Amieta Loman, Betty Brown Campbell, Pat Hubbard, Ella Mae Draper, Nadine Henderson, Sheila Campbell, Nancy Brice, Imogene Harris, Ellen Goodwin, Joyce Dillon, Doris Harrison Second Row: Nell Starkey, Diana Miller, Katherine Simpson, Virginia Davis, Norma Cundiff, Betty Horne, Phyllis Draper, Martha Crawford, Betty Lou Wood, Joanne Frazier, Nancy O ' Neil, Nancy Ilarveycutter, Ruby Kanode, Mary Jane Shephard, Mary Stanley, Nelda Woods, Anne Stokes, Martha Bramlett, Aminee Jones, Sponsor, Helen Shilling, Jean Stanford Third Row: Sylvia Holliday, Harriett Minnichan, Sue Burress, Loretta Rogers, Martha Kine, Stranna Leslie, Doris Crotts, Betty Peters, Betty Blanton, Anne Churchman Fourth Row: Mary Wright, Sponsor, Martha Aldhizer, Connie Stevens, Nellie Harmon, Phyllis Smith, Joyce Terry, Frances Hicks, Betty Painter, Anne Stuart, Polly Reirson, Lulu Cross Chapman, Joan Johnston, Jane Matheny, Charlotte Hill, Jo Ann Turner, Betty Brown [ 86 ] Y-Teens During this school year more than ever, the Andrew Lewis Y-Teens Club has endeavored to live up to its creed. On Friday, November 8th, the Y-Teens gave an informal dance in the Andrew Lewis Gym, following the football game with E. C. Glass High, of Lynch¬ burg. Our Social Service Project for the year has been to take three families and to help care for them during the year, especially on holidays. A number of the girls made picture-word cards for a young spastic boy who is being taught by a member of the faculty. We also presented the school with a parting gift in the spring. On Sunday, December 16th, the annual Y-Teen Installation Service was held at College Luthern Church with Mrs. Carl C. Godsey, Y-Teen Director in Roanoke, aiding with the service. On December 18th, the annual “Hanging of the Greens” ceremony was held in the front hall of the school. In March, the annual Football-Basketball Banquet was held, and in April, the annual Spring Formal Dance was given. On the whole, this year has been considered a very successful club year. Seated, Left to Right: Wilma Edwards, Mary Lou Crosswhite, Betsy McDaniel, Mary Ann Smith, Joan Johnston, J. M. Young, Randolph Sink Standing: John Ray Turbyfill, Paul Grubb, Jo Ann Huff, Kathleen Cain, Jack Crawford, Richard Bain National Forensic OFFICERS League Betsy McDaniel. President Mary Ann Smith. Vice President Mary Lou Crosswhite. Secretary-Treasurer First of all, we wish to remind you, as we always have to do, that N. F. L. is National Forensic League and not National Federation of Labor! Membership in the N. F. L. is acquired by points. To earn these points, you may take part in public speaking, oration, dramatics or debating. This year’s activities included one-act plays before the school and other community clubs, speak¬ ing before the American Legion, public speaking in the contest for scholarship, and practice tournaments and debating. We have gained many new members this year and we hope we will gain many more to take the places left open by our graduates. [ 88 ] First Row, Left to Right: Mary Lou Crosswhite, Eloise Hannah, Catherine Haislip, Pat Smiley, Dixie Blevins, Kathleen Cain, Gwendolyn Johnson, Pat Emory, Betsy McDaniel, Peggy Lou DeHart, Sally Belle Speck, Betty Broughman, Annette Auvil, Wilma Edwards, Joan Johnston Second Row: Ruby Kanode, James Blount, John Millay, Donald Boatwright, Clarence Mabery, Brent Lluffman, Richard Bain, Ralph Walker, Randolph Sink, J. M. Young, Lee Hartman, Wanda Kirby Third Row: Don Brown, Melvin Grubb, Tom Engleby, Donald Keith Listen, my friends, and you shall hear Not of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, But of the Public Speaking Class and the work we do— Of the speeches we prepare especially for you. By reciting poetry throughout the year We get rid of “stage fright” and have no fear. We remember rhythm, meter, and rhyme And with “Pearl” we have a “grand ole” time. Plays patriotic in their theme Make history come alive it does seem. Then plays for laughter and for fun Put care and trouble on the run. Contests of every kind and creed Fill every kind of need. You know the rest—on the papers you have read Of the different things we “have said,” How for “assembly” there was needed a speech, Or for a program you wanted a “peach.” ’Twas not a voice in the darkness or “Richard at the Door,” But the voices from our class that will be heard FOREVERMORE. Joan Johnston Public Speaking Class [ 89 ] Front Row, Left to Right: Belle Hubbard, Madeline Donahue, Charlotte Hill, Ellen Goodwin, Lula Gentry, Annette Loman , Joyce Price, Jean Thomas, Ora Mae Miller, Lou Anna Etter, Wanda Sweeney, Vivian Hart Second Row: Betty Bolling, Edith Jessee, Nancy Hartman, Lillian Moses, Nancy Brice, Kathleen Cain, Evelyn Cain, Ellen Baker, Josephine Firebaugh, Velda Vaughn, Catherine Horne, Josephine Spangler, Virginia Garrett Third Row: Irene Smith, Lois Caldwell, Ruth Brogan, Louise Fringer, Martha Smith, Lois Agee, Doris Via, Helen Wingo, Claudine Young, Betty Viar, Barbara Spencer, Janet Eller, Rovcta Fry Fourth Row: Virginia Clark, Frances Hicks, Evelyn Gillespie, Miss Peters, Sponsor, Mary l irginia Gaskins, Barbara Adams, Rachel McCormick, Helen Brumfield, Evon Brogan, Vivian Conner, Doris Price, Glenn Draper, Richard Bain, Thomas Tobey, Lois Bayes, Audrey Nichols, Norman Street The Student Christian Association Richard Bain . . . Wanda Sweeney Vivian Conner. , Norman Street. Glenn Draper. . OFFICERS .... President Vice President . Secretary . .. . Treasurer . Chorister The Student Christian Association, organized in the spring of 1945, is now open to students of the tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades. It has grown from a small group of approximately a dozen interested students, who first had the dream of such an organization, to the present membership of more than one hundred. The S. C. A. has for its goal the fostering and strengthening of Christian character among our student body. It encourages leadership through participation in the devotional programs which are held semi-monthly. It is hoped that our efforts today toward the promotion of the worth-while in life may be felt also in our community. [ 90 ] Seated, Left to Right: Charles Dorsey, Dickie Bunting, JVilliam Garrett, Bobby Greer, Jack Shannon Standing, First Row: Bobby Jeffreys, J. M. Young, Johnny Shank, Melvin Hollandsworth, James Peters, Alfred Powell, Dean Lloyd, Bernard Hart, Bobby Chadwick, Billy Cecil Standing, Second Row: James Edward Kinzie, Posie Hall, Herbert Gordon, Lawson Stacy, Paul Grubb, James Comer Key Club The Key Club of Andrew Lewis was organized by the Salem Kiwanis Club in 1946. Its purpose is to do for the school what the Kiwanis Club does for the community; namely, to carry out projects for the improvement and growth of the school, thus bringing the two into closer relationship. The club was not active this year, but definite plans have been made for several projects next year to carry out the aim of the club. The Key Club consists of thirty members—twelve seniors, twelve juniors and six sophomores. Membership is limited to boys only, each of whom must excel in scholarship, be approved by the principal and faculty, and be unanimously accepted by the members of the club. [91 ] First Row, Left to Right: Joan Black, Drum Majorette, Geneva Duncan, Drum Majorette, Charlotte Thomas, Daisy Taliaferro, Doris Martin, Betty Lou Rettinger, Melvin Goode, Julius Walthall, Theresa Friend, Laura Graham, Gene Sellers, Sue Garnett, Virginia Garrett, Alma Bohon, Jean Thomas, Edith Hayden, Peggy Taliaferro, Head Drum Majorette, Jack Roof, Drum Major Second Row: Norma Cundijf, Paul Copenhaver, Jimmie Evans, Alva Conner, Bobby Moore, Drew Moore, Gene Draper, Peggy Francisco, Jean Yarbrough, Aileen Almond, Bobby Stanley, Henry Holliday, Burcelle Johnson, Norman Stemple, Mr. L. Christensen, Director Third Row: Madison Grisso, Ray Jennings, Alice Viar, Edith Lagerholm, Sue Pojf, Ella Haynes, Glenn Draper, Dean Lloyd, Billy Poff, Eugene Reed, Llarold Pillow The Band Under the leadership of Mr. L. Christensen, the Andrew Lewis High School Band has entered in many school activities during the year. As usual, the most important activity was playing for the football games. In the mud, rain, fair weather or foul, the Band would be out at half-time, marching in formation for the fans—Drum Major, Jack Roof, leading with his famous twirling; Head Drum Majorette, Peggy Taliaferro, blowing the whistles; and the other details being left to Drum Ma¬ jorettes, Geneva Duncan and Joan Black. At present, plans are underway for the annual concert and for a parade to be held in the spring. First Row, Left to Right: Dona ld Boatwright, Dick Little, George St. John, George Grayhill, Dickie Bunting, Charley IVebber, David Brown, David McClung, Buddy Hall Second Row: James Welcher, Clarence Maberry, Ray Caldwell, Melvin Hollandsworth, Carl Bain, Pinky Wilbourne, Jimmy Robertson, Frank Shelor, David Mitchell Third Row: Skeeter Hesmer, Lloyd Hinchee, Marvin Crowe, Bill Thompson, Andy Renick, Brent Lluff- man, Danny Mowles Football With eight lettermen from last year’s squad, five service veterans returning, and a transfer from Kentucky, Coach Spruhan had an able and experienced squad to start the season. Taking full advan¬ tage of this and moulding a single-wing attack around versatile Dickie Bunting, with a veteran-studded line up front, the Wolverines easily swept through early-season competition. Playing perhaps their best game of the season, the team defeated powerful Thomas Jefferson of Richmond 6 to o. Playing hard in every game, the Wolverines made a record to be proud of, winning five games, tying one, and losing three. Boys from this year’s squad who will be lost by graduation are: Backs —Dickie Bunting, Charley Webber, Ray Caldwell, Ray Wilbourne, Andy Renick, Gerald Field, and Danny Mowles. Linemen —Dick Little, David Brown, David McClung, George Graybill and Frank Shelor. These boys will be sorely missed, but we can count on a good fighting team again next year. [ 94 ] Football Richard Bunting (Back) Frank Shelor (Lineman) Charley Webber (Back) Skeeter Hesmer (Back) Ray Wilbourne (Back) David Brown (Lineman) Ray Caldwell (Back) George Graybill (Lineman) BeSKcAssi ferry? e.-rr ' i ' J dot y m ' - ' lift ] 1 for _ ydirr ' Svdli [ 95 1 Football George St. John (Lineman) David MitchelI (Lineman) F jffman ; ( Lineman) •David McClung (Lineman) Dick Little (Lineman) Jimmy Robertson (Lineman) Lloyd Hinchee (Lineman) Clarence Maberry (Back) [ 96 ] Football Donald Boatwright (Lineman) James Wilbourne ( Lineman) Melvin Hollandsworth (Lineman) Allen DuBose (Manager) David Minichan (Manager) Football Season Bedford o—Andrew Lewis 32 Despite the heavy rain, the Wolverines opened the season with an easy 32-0 victory over the Bedford Otters. Dickie Bunting plunged over for two touchdowns. He was assisted in this by Clarence Maberry, Charley Webber, and a newcomer, “Skeeter” Hesmer, who scored one each. Shelor and Graybill kicked the extra points. However, the “team” won the game and there is praise for all. Thomas Jefferson o—A ndrew Lewis 6 In the second game of the season, Andrew Lewis defeated the strong Thomas Jefferson eleven of Richmond 6-0. Again it was Co-Captain Dickie Bunting who plunged over in the final quarter for the hard-fought victory. With Charley Webber’s passing, “Skeeter” Hesmer’s tackling and the run¬ ning of all three, Andrew Lewis truly deserved the victory that it won. Byrd o—A ndrew Lewis 6 This score was slightly disappointing to the Wolverines but the Byrd team was a little stronger than we had antici¬ pated. In the third quarter one of the Byrd men fumbled behind his own goal and when the confusion was over, Frank Shelor was found to be covering the ball. This score was all we needed for a victory. The Byrd men set up a passing defense in the final quarter which brought cheers from the crowd but it failed to produce a score. William Fleming o—A ndrew Lewis 32 This game was played before a large crowd on Municipal Field and was one of the Wolverines’ best games. Our boys wanted to avenge their defeat at the hands of Fleming last year and they certainly did. The boys from Williamson Road fought hard, but they were no match for the Wolverines. Fleming made only one first down through the hard-charging Lewis line, while our boys opened huge holes in Fleming’s defense. However it was a good, hard-fought game all the way. Lane High o—A ndrew Lewis 34 Another defeat of last year was avenged by the Wolverines in this game against Charlottesville. Our boys simply couldn’t be stopped by Lane. Running up a high score was not our aim, but our offensive power reached its peak in this and the Flem¬ ing game. Lane couldn’t get its attack started and the Wolve¬ rines’ unscored-on record was kept clean. All the boys in blue played a fine brand of football and the game was a good one for both spectators and players. [ 98 ] Football Season Jefferson o—Andrew Lewis o Next the Wolverines went to Roanoke to meet their old rivals, the Jefferson Magicians, on a wet field at Victory Stadium. Both teams were “up” for the game, which turned out to be a scoreless tie. Almost the entire student body of Andrew Lewis was present to cheer for the Blue team and exhibited wonderful school spirit. The two teams battered each other up and down the field for most of the game and only once did either team reach a scoring position. During those tense minutes the Wolverines’ Charley Webber received a pass and ran to the Jefferson io-yard stripe. The Wolverines failed to score, however, and the game ended in a deadlock. Both teams played outstanding ball and we may rightfully be proud of each one of our boys for the game he played. Hampton 26—Andrew Lewis o Traveling to Hampton after a week’s rest, the Wolverines met the Crabbers, who without a doubt had the better team. This was the first time that any team had crossed the line to pay dirt thus far in the season. Dickie Bunting, who made a record for himself on defensive as well as offensive, kept the Wolverines in the game all the way. Although beaten, the boys played hard until the final whistle. Lynchburg 14—Andrew Lewis o Coming down from Lynchburg, that big husky team started the game off with a touchdown on the opening kickoff. After a hard-fought battle the Glass eleven scored another one. This was a good game with both teams doing excellent defen¬ sive work. The Wolverines played well, but could not over¬ come the Hilltoppers. Danville 13—Andrew Lewis 7 After taking the trip to Danville for the afternoon game, the Wolverines fought one of their most outstanding battles of the year. The first half was played on even terms, while both teams scored. The half ended in favor of the Salem eleven by one point. After the rest period the Danville squad crossed the line (to pay dirt) for the last score of the game. Andrew Lewis threatened several times, but failed to make the zone. (The team has made a record for itself of which it may be proud for some time to come). [99 1 4 Basketball Jimmy Robertson Dickie Bunting George Graybill Charley Webber Skeeter Hesmer Frank Shelor Wayne Shelor Clarence Maberry Garth Nelson ( Manager ) I 100 1 Basketbal A. L. January io—George Washington, Danville. . . 51 January 11—V. M. I. (B). 57 January 17—E. C. Glass, Lynchburg. 47 January 18—Hampton. 62 January 24—Jefferson (At Roanoke). 38 January 28—Fleming. 44 January 31—George Washington, Danville ... 45 February 4—Fleming. 41 February 14—E. C. Glass, Lynchburg. 30 February 15—Wm. Byrd, Vinton. 61 February 21—Jefferson. 47 March 3—E. C. Glass, Lynchburg. 37 Opp. 35 +0 35 25 37 39 50 27 32 32 3 i 24 [ 101 ] A ' ) Basketball Guy Spruhan. Coach Andrew Lewis has maintained its good record again this year. With eleven victories against three losses, the students can be very proud of their team. The school won the City-County Champion¬ ship and the Western District Title with all the boys playing excellent ball. Andrew Lewis was defeated by Dan¬ ville on her home court, but was vic¬ torious in Danville. The William Byrd Terriers also defeated Andrew Lewis once this year, but the Salem boys showed their power on their home court by a 61-32 score. The other defeat was handed to Salem by Lynchburg, which resulted in a tie for the Western District Title. In the playoff in Lexington, Andrew Lewis was victor to the tune of 37-34. Andrew Lewis also scored vic¬ tories over the Alumni, V. M. I. (B), Hampton, William Fleming and Jeffer¬ son. The scoring was led by George Gray- bill, who was closely followed by Dickie Bunting, Charley Webber, Jimmy Robert¬ son, and “Skeeter” Hesmer. Frank Shelor, Clarence Maberry, Wayne Shelor and Danny Mowles added to the well- rounded team. Most of these boys will not be back next year. Best of luck to these and the future teams of Andrew Lewis! [102] V Tfc . U. , «-‘-‘i - T s4 - -V- ( gJk X: lifilf %t or:. 7 f «-- w " %jJ ( - w -vV V Thomas Tobey, “Dot” Jones, Randolph Sink, Martha Kime Martha Aldhizer, Pat Smiley, Mary Ann Smith Charlotte Jones, Lloyd Campbell, Betsy McDaniel, Johnny Shank Cheerleaders There is something about cheerleading that makes you so very proud of your school and your teams. We trot to the local and out-of-town games to “pep up” the cheering for our “boys in blue.” We train the new cheerleaders and verbally give them little “peeks” into our wonderful experiences. After we are graduated, we shall always remember the thrill of our very important football games (especially the Jeff-A. L. game, of course), and the exciting basketball games, which make your heart thump as if it were going to jump right out of your uniform and do a yell on its own. We think that there is nothing like A. L., and cheerleading. The school spirit has been splendid this year. To thank every one of you who cheered so well for the Wolverines, we’d like to give a great big “ 15 for fans.” The Cheerleaders S 0,1 Jl liu — frU i i A ' X, 4 Wv C+ Ck l 103] . Jeanette Watson, Mary Spraker, Doris Roop, Sheridan Carter, Peggy Francisco, Frankie Bishop, Theresa Friend, Betty Viar, Juanita Butt, Kitty Copenhaver, Faye Gray, Barbara Spencer, Catherine Viar, Edith Hayden, Evelyn Johnson, Irene Swedberg, Diana Miller, Louise Hollandsworth, Judy Brown, Ora May Miller, Lois Bayse, Doris Lane, Elma Jean Jarvis, Mary L ou Crosswhite Girls 7 Basketball This year the girls organized a basketball team for the first time since 1937. The team has not been very fortunate in winning games as yet and most of the girls’ time is spent in practice. With girls’ basketball growing more popular every day, however, Andrew Lewis will want a girls’ team and one of which she can be proud. Therefore, we’re glad to see a girls’ team appear once again on the courts, and we hope that in a short time we’ll have a few more championship banners to hang in the gym alongside the others won in former years. 1 104 ] Girls ' Physical Education [ 105 ] Softball Last spring, the Senior girls won the softball tournament—can the 1947 Sen¬ iors do the same? Every class has its team and some of these iower classmen are very good players. Seniors—watch out! Tennis Due to difficulties last year, the tennis tournament was never completed. With June Crosswhite gone, Andrew Lewis is seeking a new champion. How about it girls? The tournament will be held in the spring. Ping-Pong Ping-Pong is quite popular among the girls at Andrew Lewis and preparations are now underway to determine the best players in the school. Each class will have one winner. These will play in the finals to determine who is the best. Calisthentics This year Miss June Spencer has come to Andrew Lewis to direct the girls’ phys¬ ical education department. She has done an excellent job in her instruction. When the boys used the gym, Miss Spencer took the girls in the auditorium and carried on her instruction there. It has been a splendid year for the girls’ physical education department. [ 106] Where Clothing and Furnishings are just Different Enough to Make Them Distinctive Corner Kirk Avenue First Street, S. W. Phone 2-2421 BARNETT S TAXI SERVICE Day and Night Service Phone 282 312 E. Main Street R. M. A. No. 33 SALEM PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers of THE TIMES-REGISTER Salem, Virginia Com plimenls of LUMBER CO., Inc. Catering to your Lumber, Millwork and Building Material Needs Exclusively Dial 8188 Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke College Salem, Virginia Founded 1842 Liberal Arts and Sciences A.B. and B.S. 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Dial 3-366 Roanoke, Virginia South ' s Finest MERITA Bread Cakes FORT LEWIS RESTAURANT JACK and SANDY ' S STEAKS—CHOPS—SEAFOOD A Good Place to Eat Route 11, Y 2 mile west of Salem Where the School Kids Meet Phone 9166 [ 119 ] Att trto IGeuiifi ©aurrit 11 Famous for Steaks ” Route 11 , West of Salem Phone 9178 Compliments of BOWMAN ' S BAKERY Bakers of Sunbeam Bread Enriched with Vitamins and Minerals Roanoke, Virginia Dial 2-3485 JOHN NORMAN INCORPORATED Fine Clothes [ 120] “ The Store with the Friendly Door ” CLOTHES FOR MEN AND BOYS {the YOUNG MEN’S SHOP WOODWARD STUDIOS Photographers for this Annual since 1923 “ Best Wishes ” 119 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia Phone 8-J LITTRELL ' S BARBER and BEAUTY SHOP W. R. Cross J. R. Goodwin, Jr. W. C. Goodwin GOODWIN INSURANCE Modern—Sanitary REALTY COMPANY, INC. 207 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia “ Dividend Paying Insurance ” 15 South College Avenue Call 64 for Appointment Salem, Virginia [ 121 ] VIRGINIA SOUTHERN HENEBRY ' S COLLEGE offers a wonderful selection of Departments : jewelry. For gift occasions, this Kennett School of Commerce store is the TOPS with us. So, Accounting a nd Business Administration s if you guys and gals are looking School of Secretarial Training for something special for your most ardent admirer “snag a Request Catalog T-106 hack” to Campbell Avenue at Third Street, S. W. HENEBRY ' S Roanoke, Virginia 0 A K E Y PEACOCK-SALEM CLEANER INCORPORATED The Finest Cleaning and Pressing LAUNDERERS AND CLEANERS r—f WE DELIVER i—i First and Alabama Streets Salem - Virginia Salem, Virginia [ 122] JACK HORNER SHOP KIDDIE KORNER Just the right styles for school or career girls “Tots to Teens” 402 South Jefferson Street Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke, Virginia The New K A N N ' S Compliments of 309 S. Jefferson Street The All-Inclusive Specialty Shop SIGMA THETA TAU SORORITY Brotherhood Merchantile Co. Better Clothing for Men and Young Men 107 South Jefferson Street Roanoke, Virginia J. M. LOGAN DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS 33 East Main Street Salem, Virginia GITTENS MORTON, Inc. SOUTH SALEM CASH STORE Specializing in “The Store Where Dollars Have More Sense’’ Students’ Accident Insurance Eddy Street Salem, Va. Compliments of A I M COMPANY Salem, Virginia SUNNY LAND The South ' s Famous Flour Moore Milling Co., Inc. Salem, Virginia “We Sell To Sell Again ” Salem Hardware Company Next to Post Office Electrical [ 123 ] Lindsey-Robinson Company, Inc. Merchant Millers Roanoke, Virginia BROWN HARDWARE CO. “The Friendly Store” Phone 12i 115 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia Conner ' s Pure Food Market Fancy Groceries Main Street Salem, Virginia SQUARE DEAL BARBER SHOP 19 East Main Street Salem, Virginia Baldwin Pianos Musical Instruments and Supplies Recording and Teacher ' s Music McAvoy Music House 817 S. Jefferson Street Roanoke, Virginia Propst-Childress Shoe Company 305 South Jefferson Street Dial 9269 Roanoke, Va. OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service 1—1 COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE Phone 300-Salem HART MOTOR COMPANY 400 E. Main Street POST HOUSE Tea Ro o m MRS. S. S. JETT Phone 217 40 East Main Street Salem, Va. REGULAR DINNERS A LA CARTE MENU [ 124] Q ' y 0 + X ' 8 04 T A £4t| u)wxi5 F « rA» H ‘ ,Jr --- £ (X X-S ’fX ( ££■ ' 4 v . i L ° }V ,V J A U- . f ' ■ciL yv y. v «r)X y X v” f « r i ' ff s xL. ■ [V) Jri ttfij 2 s f ci-t-azL ni a_jj £sLi, , cL y $. sQsh itJ) a-sy - y •ih ' ' -, t, v - vV ' - • XS? w .r: Sutr A 1 (X • ' 34 c f t . ' o xA cs XjLaajT J? o£+vi3 ' 4 ' +» ?( 7 j Joy . 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