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Page 93 text:
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.
Page 92 text:
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 ]
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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 ]
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