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

 - Class of 1948

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Page 104 text:

I SinoculaSL r Uieut of a Atypical Se+tiosi ' 4. Sbay ( ' Continued from page 97) Miss Annie has us hard at work long before the last stragglers have finally found their resting places. There’s a gentle rap on the door followed by “Does anyone want to buy a paper?” All is quiet again and time passes and our minds wander right along with it, until we are rudely awakened by Mi ss Annie’s “Wake up, sonny, come to the party!” First period finally draws to a doleful close and off we tear again to finish those conversations started in the dim, gray light of dawn. Another bell and we stumble wearily into second period, be it Macbeth, the binomial theorem, or hie, haec, hoc. We are finally released and a soft trampling sound is heard as we file orderly out of the rooms. Soon we are confronted with the realization that it is third period and time for another class in English under Mr. Snapp. English is only a formal name for this class which deals with anything and everything from current hair styles to the death of Jezebel. Then, “Missy, what is your conception of the ideal man?” from Mr. Snapp. This period is one of the highlights of the day. Now Physics class or lunch period comes around. For those fortunate Seniors who have Miss Charlotte Goodwin for Physics the memory of a wonderful experience in absorbing food and Physics at the same time will long remain. Attbrpto ICpuiifl Glauent “ Famous for Steaks ” Route 11, West of Salem Phone 9178

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A feUtoetila ' i ' View- of a qpcucal Setuosi ' d. 1bay Eight-thirty in old A. L.—A mad clamor at the front door, locker doors slamming and off we go to discuss some of the problems of the day with our cohorts. But before we have turned around, or much more than that, the first bell tolls its note of alarm. There’s a mad rush (that’s the lower classmen getting back to their homerooms). By this time even the Juniors are thinning out—but the Seniors remain sedately but determinedly in their favorite haunts and wait for the second bell before they even start their long weary trudge to homeroom roll call. After a short nap in homeroom period, the race begins again and we’re off to first period—what a thought! homework unfinished and tired as a dead duck. (Turn to page qS) Amoco Products Radio Service WOODSON PONTIAC COMPANY Salem, Virginia 1104 West Main Street Pho ne Salem - 1050 HOTEL FORT LEWIS The Friendly Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Montgomery, Owners 202 E. Main Street Phone 47 Salem, Virginia [ 97 ]



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NORMAN ' S RESTAURANT J fcutocula ' i QJcecui a ypjccU Senior ' i bay Lunch time! Oh, joy! But with lunch already consumed we have nothing to do but gossip and dodge the immortal “squirts” of the water pistols (“squirts” referring to the HoO as well as the boys that fire them). A little conference with Mrs. Pedigo about the doings of the Betas and on down the hall to see what all the commotion is about in 104. Miss Sarah Goodwin has just popped another one of her famous jokes. Oh! Oh! There’s the bell—lunch time ends too soon, but with next period study hall, why worry? Of course, we hate to interrupt that famous and eternal discussion of Communism, but “Mrs. Smith, may I go to the Library?” is inevitable. Another hour runs swiftly by between Life and Mademoiselle. Time taken up with “hearing” and reading (?) is educational, so they say. Now the day is almost over, but the longest of the fifty-minute periods in the day still remains. The sixth period bell sends all scurrying and we end the day with Mrs. Strickler entertaining the class with a poem read over her glasses. And at long last a seemingly endless day finds us running for our buses with an armful of books (which will be carried back to school tomorrow none the worse for the wear). This happens to us one hundred and eighty days, but it makes up the most wonderful year of our lives, our Senior year in high school. Reviewed by the “Typical Seniors” [ 99 ]

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