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OFFICERS Virginia Belle Garst. Donnie Spotts. Martha Crawford. Betty Jean Lawson. Ora May Miller. Miss Aminee Jones Mrs. Louise Rice . President . . Pice President . Secretary . Treasurer Sergeant at Arms . Sponsors To give all Andrew Lewis Y-Teens a feeling of unity upon which the Y-Teens’ organization is founded, the first activity held was the Installation Service. This took place in the First Methodist Church of Salem, with the Reverend H. Wark Curry officiating. In December we ‘‘took part” in the decorating of our school halls for the an¬ nual “Hanging of the Greens” ceremony. The program consisted of Christmas thoughts and carols. Another exciting activity was the introduction of the “Y-Who.” In keeping with the spirit of Christmas, each member drew the name of another to whom she sent small gifts as often as possible during the week. The purpose of this was to better acquaint our members with other Y-Teens. Our club sponsored one of the Open House dances at the Y. V. C. A. in Decem¬ ber. The “highlights” of the year were a Leap Year Dance and, a month later, the football-basketball banquet at Longwood. This has been a very successful year for the Y-Teens because of the untiring efforts and the able leadership of Aliss Jones and Mrs. Rice, our sponsors. [ 66 ] the pioneer
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All plays have “specialty numbers” and Sodalitas Latina has furnished glorious ones this year. Let’s see: Our first business meeting, 200 strong (?) cramped into every cranny of the library . . . our get-acquainted picnic planned for Dixie Caverns, but that undecided weather forced us to the Woman’s Club with hundreds of hot dogs and bushelsof food . . . the excellent Christmas program by students who inspired us to pause and pray . . . the superb “Old-Fashioned Christmas” formal dance with its floor show, Ye Olde Tavern (elaborate and free refreshments!), and above all, the spine-tingling decorations . . . then we were jerked back to the reality of a New Year by the in¬ structive and interesting films on “Roman Games and Sports,” explained by Pat Smiley and Dolores Chelf . . . fitting into the color scheme of February, we gave “Little Red Ridinghood ” and in Latin, too! . . . Second-year classes revived Caesar only to assassinate him again on the Ides of March . . . spring was suitably ushered in by a program with those budding scholars, our first yearers. Professor Masters of Roanoke College with his omnipresent wit gave us a wonderful illustrated lecture . . . and yes, we did it again—we added to A. L.’s prestige with the traditional May Day Formal and Court Presentation, this time more entrancing and thrilling than ever as a veritable fairyland. forty-eight [ 65 ]
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SENIOR Y-TEENS Top Photo, First Row, Left to Right: June Frazier, Jane Scott, Jean Thomas, Ella Mae Draper, Mary Lou Musser, Jean Hartman, Evelyn Chapman, Peggy Rushbrooke, Irene Smith, Betty Blanton, Alice Bohon, Nancy Brice, Juanita Butts, Peggy Smith, Jean Brown, Betty Brown Campbell, Ora Mae Miller Second Row: Diana Miller, Anne Churchman, Phyllis Dooley, Charlotte Hill, Ellen Goodwin, Virginia Belle Garst, Lula Cross Chapman, Joan Johnston, Judy Brown, Connie Stevens, Judy Ilolladay, Betty Owen Adamson, Betty xinn Wright, Dons Lane, Barbara Norris, Nancy O ' Neil, Mary Ann Wilkins Third Row: Nancy Lee Harveycutter, Betty Jean Campbell, Wanda Patterson, Vera Simmons, Annetta Loman, Marjorie Woods, Margaret Anne Boone, Nadine Henderson, Jane xinn Matheny, Norma Cundijf Bottom Photo, First Row, Left to Right: Elaine Ramsey, Joyce Rusher, Jean Painter, Lucille Lee, Betty Jean Lawson, Pat Smiley, Martha Kime, Pat Hubbard, Elizabeth Kilby, Betty Commer, Fay xddams, Phyllis Schaffer, Martha Bramlett, Fay Boldish, Vona Lee Deel, Lillie Plybon, Ann Cecil Renick Second Row: Martha Crawford, Joan Haupt, Dolores Chelf, Virginia Davis, Jean Lucas, Carolyn Leffel, Sarah Jane Dillon, Betty Moses, Doris Turner, Charlotte Thomas, Mary Stanley, Phyllis Draper, Sarah Thompson, Janet Cox, Ann St. Clair, Betsy Galbraith, Sue Robertson, Martha Jane Curry Third Row: Miss Jones, Joanne Frazier, Stella Morgan, Irene Swedberg, Elinor Morgan, Roberta Draper, Cammie Spotts, Donnie Spotts, Mary Ellen Whitmore, .Inn Stuart, Polly Rierson, xinn Robertson, Joyce Wood, Doris Mutter, Helen Bowman, Betty Jean Carper, Betty Horne forty-eight [ 67 ]
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