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

 - Class of 1947

Page 94 of 136

 

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Page 94 text:

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 ]

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 95 text:

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 ]

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