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JUNIOR III III It OFFICERS Mrs. Nelle H. Peery Ruby Kanode. Betty Jean Campbell Pat Smiley. Fay Bolish. Edward McDaniel. . . . Director . President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer .Publicity; Chairman Preston Hancock Jean Lynn Moore Sarah Thompson Betsy Gailbraith Edith Harris Iris Howery Librarians Accompanists We “took part” in the Thanksgiving and Christmas programs. We gave a concert at the Veterans Facility, year we know it’ll be wonderful to be in the sixth-period class. Next First Row, Left to Right: Sue Robertson, Mary Ann Wise, Elinor Miller, Darline Mowbray, Betty Jean Campbell, Fay Boldish, Ruby Kanode, Edward McDaniel, Pat Smiley, Iris Howery, Nell Eller, Joan Crawford, Anna Hill, Shirley Hartman, Betsy Galbraith Second Row: Vona Deel, Joyce Wood, Etheleene Wiseman, Norma Boone, Doris Mutter, Betty Moses, Lucille Poage, Sarah Thompson, Judith Furrow, Dot Jones, Eleanor Brillhart, Stella Morgan Third Row: Dick Hite, Sonny Angle, Arnold Keaton, James Johnson, Tilburn Gray, Preston Hancock, Elwood Jarvis SENIOR CHOIR SCHEDULE September.Patriotic program for assembly October.Presented soloists at several Salem churches November.Thanksgiving program December 19.Christmas program for school assembly 21.Presented “The Living Christmas Tree” for employees of the Salem Hosiery Mill 24.Christmas Eve Midnight service at College Lutheran Church January.Senior Boys’ Quartette sang at several church programs in the country February 16.Gave a program of sacred music at the Salem Baptist Church, sponsored by the Salem Music Club March.Sang for patients at various hospitals. Program at Roanoke College assembly April.“Appeared” in a program of folk music of different countries for the Salem Music Club at “Longwood” May.Operetta—“The Count and the Co-Ed.” Two public performances and one matinee for students June.Furnished music for Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises forty-eight [73 ]
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OFFICERS Mrs. Nelle H. Peery. .. Melvin Hollandswortii James Edward Kinzie. . Mary Ann Wilkins. Ora May Miller. Vance Cannaday. Jack Crawford Evelyn Gillispie j Ella Mae Draper Lula Cross Chapman . Director . President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Publicity Chairman . Librarians . Accompanists First Row, Left to Right: Skeet Hesmer, Ora May Miller, Melvin Hollandsworth, Nadine Hender¬ son, Vance Cannaday, Gene Draper, Lula Cross Chapman, Peggy Rushbrooke, Jack Crawford, Evelyn Chapman, David Sisler, Jacque Hite, Ellen Goodwin, Evelyn Gillispie, James Kinzie, Ella Mae Draper, Garth Nelson, Mary Lou Musser Second Row: Gwyn Andrews, Joanne Frazier, Norma Cundiff, Robert Jeffreys, Jean Stanford, Jean Hartman, June Frazier, Nancy James, Charlotte IIill, Violet Jamison, Irene Swedberg, Marie IVirt, Mildred Garnett, Joyce Price, Maria Cushman, Louise Gallion, Faye Lavinder, Lorene Simpson, Doris Lane Third Row: Claudine Carman, Genetta Ilambrick, Joan Ilaupt, Elma Jean Jarvis, Stranna Leslie, Roveta Frye, Louise Fringer, Virginia Garrett, Lloyd Campbell, Jr., James Harris, Madison Grisso, George St. John, Andrew Chapman, Glenn Hayes, Bill Childress, Allan Frazier, Jim Evans, IVayne Spangler, Dalton Baugess, Mary Ann Wilkins, Lula Gentry, Helen Ames, Betty Ann Wright, Jane Scott, Marjorie Woods, Judy Brown THE COUNT AND THE CO-ED OPERETTA Lady in the Moon. . . . Birdie Boggs . Amy Arnold . Dolly McSpadden . Miss Agatha Lockstep. Dr. Cicero McSpadden Mrs. McSpadden . Mark Watson . Hamilton Hunter . .Jacque Hite . .Nadine Henderson .Ellen Goodwin . . . . Evelyn Gillispie Lula Cross Chapman .David Sisler . Peggy Rushbrooke .Garth Nelson .Jack Crawford | 72 Willie “Sleepy ” Carter. . . . Marjorie Blackwood . Dan Flanigan . Pat O ' Neal . Kenneth “ Snooze ” Andrews Peggy Phillips . Bob Winthrop . Malindy . Sampson . Melvin Hollandsworth .Evelyn Chapman .Vance Canna day .Gene Draper . . .James Edward Kinzie .Mary Lou Musser .James Harris .Ora May Miller .Skeet Hesmer (lie pioneer
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ANDREW LEWIS BAND Mr. L. Christensen. Peggy Francisco Norma Cundiff Charlotte Thomas Director Drum Majorettes Sounds from the auditorium: Drums, cymbals, clarinets, horns. Mr. L. Christensen, the master of the Band, directs these symbols of music with dignity. His knowledge brings forth harmony and the members of the Band are glad their instruments have contributed to a melody of true quality. The Band provided the music for many football games and led the annual Halloween Parade in Salem. The annual concert was given in April. Andrew Lewis was represented at the All-State Band Convention in Radford and the Music Festival in Danville. The drum majorettes helped keep the Band in the right “tempo.” First Row, Left to Right: Norma Cundiff, Charlotte Thomas, Norman Stemple, William Bishop, Paul Noble, Nelvin Good, Betty Lou Rettinger, Doris Martin, Nancy Fariss, Wesley Grisso, Richard Viar, Almeta Bohon, Sue Garnett, Gene Sellers, Bernice Clark, Mary Ann Turner, Peggy Francisco Second Row, Left to Right: Jimmie Evans, Paul Sarvers, Bobby Stanley, Alva Conner, Paul Copen- haver, Jr., Burcelle Johnson, Victor West, Rosie Lee Lockett, Edith Jordan, Helen McGue, Jeanette Viar, Mary Anne Logan, Jean Thomas, Edith Hayden Third Row, Left to Right: Madison Grisso, Harold S. Hale, Rose Caldwell, Sue Poff, Henry Holli¬ day, Jr., Harold Worrell, Eddie Tuttle, Ella Haynes, Gene Draper, Bobby Moore, Doris Yount, Alice Viar, Harold Pillow [ 74 ] the pioneer
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