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

 - Class of 1948

Page 59 of 144

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 59 of 144
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feacJzltcuje i —Dare you to drop a pin! 2—“ Understudies” at work. 3— Che-e-e-e-se. 4 —Our beloved “theatre.” 5— Holliday’s ( er-Pompey’s ) statue. 6 —What a racket!? 7 —Watch the birdie. 8 —Dramatis personae at Y-Teen dance. 9 —Bugs and such. 10 —Production staff working (??) 11 —Keep your togas, but lend me your ears. 12 —Munching lunch. the pioneer [ 52 ]



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EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS Bill Robey . President Paul Noble . Vice President Daisy Long . Secretary ’ Charles Wilbourne . Treasurer In addition to our class officers, we are represented on the Class Council by the following home¬ room presidents: Paul Noble, Daisy Long, Phyllis Bandy, Marshall Mundy, Joanne Frye, Charles Wilbourne, Doris Kirby, Joanne Dillon, Marcelene Smith, Mailene Yallion, Mary Frances Brickley, Robert Haupt and Jalean Pickett. ZacJza ' UMttd Last to appear on the stage we, the Eighth Graders, have come to Andrew Lewis from ten county schools. There are thirteen home rooms with an enrollment of more than four hundred. In the fall, we were awed and bewildered by the vastness of the school. By the end of the first semester, we seemed to have acquired all the traits of real Andrew Lewis students. We are looking forward with great anticipation to the next four scenes when we, the Eighth Graders of ’48, will advance step by step toward the footlights of the stage, where our audience will behold us as the Seniors of 1952. HOME ROOM 108 First Row, Left to Right: Margaret Moore, Rosie Lee Lockett, Betty McCauley, Hatcher McGuire, Daisy Long, Roger Messick, Jerry Meade, James Lyons, Blanche Lucado Second Row, Left to Right: Bobby McNeil, Leonard Martin, Bettye Massey, Nancy Lipps, Judy Meadows, Roy Lindamood, Ann Meyers, Frances Milliron, Gloria Martin, Pat Logan, Mary Miller Third Row, Left to Right: Keith Meador, Raymond Mills, Geneva Stump, Mary Ruth LeNoir, Lewis McKenny, Nadine Kesler, Tommy Martin, Allen Mills, Peg McCarter, John Liggett [ 54 ] the pioneer

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