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

 - Class of 1948

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Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 106 of 144
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Page 106 text:

SbneddUu (loamd the. Stand ROOM ioi The sun shines bright In ole room one-o-one. We’re happy and gay And we have lots of fun! In all the drives, We work hard to attain The place that’s first Because of pride for our name. We try to keep Our homeroom neat and clean, Pride is the cause Once again for this thing. One gleeful throng We are here in this group. Would not you like To come join this gay troupe? CONGRATULATIONS TO Graduates of Andrew Lewis Shenandoah School of Business 118H East Main Street Phone 555-J Salem, Virginia Enroll Notv Diploma and Refresher Courses in ACCOUNTING SHORTHAND BUSINESS ENGLISH BUSINESS MATHEMATICS TYPING BUSINESS SPELLING COMPTOMETER Regular Quarters Begin—September, February, June Day School — Evening Classes [ 100 ]

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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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Today . . . MORE People are reading THE ROANOKE TIMES MORNINGS AND SUNDAYS AND (Ehp iSoatiokr Wurlii-NpltiH EVENINGS Than Ever Before rxspenj of library ol Aridr w Lewis Hieh Schoc Tbaeddi+uj, Rotund of, the. Staid. “What’s that?” ROOM 102 “Oh! that’s just some of the characters in Room 102 laughing at one of Mrs. Strickler’s jokes.” Then, there are always the quiet, peaceful devotional moments in our homeroom. Mrs. Strickler always takes time out to contribute her little bits of wisdom to the students—No, she “doesn’t charge a thing for that.” Remember, when you’re a Senior in 102, you are in safe care under the guidance of our dear “Pearl.” As the bell rings for first period, we troop out of 102 ready to start the day with a smile! ROOM 103 The bell rings—our “director” enters— Some students are reading the barometer to see whether to expect a blizzard or a rainstorm. The girls are trembling due to the fresh air, and the boys eye them humorously. It is now time for the morning devotions and then the daily discussion session. Any subject may be the topic, and if in doubt the dictionary is consulted. Whenever any necessity arises, every Senior in 103 is privileged to make an exit. Yes, the homeroom period in 103 is really a highlight of the day. (Turn to page 102) [ 101 ]

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