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Page 86 text:
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 ]
Page 85 text:
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 ]
Page 87 text:
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 ]
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