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OFFICERS Mary Lou Crosswhite. Jack Rice. Vance Cannaday. Judy Brown. Ora Mae Miller Joyce Crosswhite Tommy Gwaltney Patsy Hubbard Margaret Anne Boone Marjorie Woods Barbara Ames Connie Stevens Mr. John H. Snapp. . Editor . . . . Associate Editor . Sports Editor Circulation Manager Reporters Faculty Advisor Flash! Here comes Watson with the very latest “attractions” from ole Andrew Lewis. Every Friday morning Watson brings to each student (who has a nickel) the latest “lines,” sports’ events, and news of Andrew Lewis. These “dialogues” between Watson and his readers appear on the pages of the Salem Times Register, published by Mr. John D. Thornton. It has been a privilege and pleasure to bring the news to you this year. Although the editor and some other staff members won’t be back next year, we hope ole Watson will still get the paper out “on time.” forty-eight
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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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F. H A. OFFICERS Frances Flannagan. Mary Ann Wilkins. Betty Louise Eubank. Jean Brown. Joyce Jennings. Mrs. Nancie Miller ... Mrs. Mariam Martindale . . . .President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . Reporter . Sponsors We, the Future Homemakers of America, are trained to make better and happier homes in the world of tomorrow. In class we are taught good grooming, care of the home, and how to cook. We entertained the " directors” with an afternoon tea. The “climax” of our activities was the annual “Fashion Show.” Under the excellent “prompting” of Mrs. Nancie Miller and Mrs. Martindale, we know the 65 girls in our club will some day make efficient cooks and trained housekeepers. So boys, to be assured of pleasant as well as nourishing meals, choose a Future Homemaker for a lifelong companion! First Year Students, First Row, Left to Right: June Newman, Janet Eller, Josephine Spangler, Jean Brown, Joann Campbell, Mildred Sink, Minnie Collins, Imogene Harris Second Row: Mrs. Martindale, Lois Edwards, Eleanor Brillhart, Joan Austin, Doris Lane, Janie Cawley, Stella Morgan, Wilma Collins, Clyde Beard, Dophene Creed, Naomi Gregson, Myrtle Barrett, Martha Crawford Third Row: Betty Jo Taliaferro, Jean Painter, Lula Gentry, Joyce Price, Eleanor Morgan, Regina Howard, Louise Hollandsworth, Ruth Turner, Ruth Henrilze, Betty Powers, Jean Lumsden, Almeta Bohon Not Pictured: Phyllis Draper Second and Third Year Students, First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. N. F. Miller, Faye Lavinger, Regina Hurt, Betty Jean Lawson, Mary Ann Wilkins, Betty Painter, Joyce Brizendine, Virginia Davis Second Row: Rachel McCormick, Roveta Frye, Joe Anne Jordon, Charlotte Garst, Evelyn Cain, Mary Jane Shephard, Joyce Jennings Third Row: Barbara Caldwell, Betty Eubank, Frances Flannagan, Charlotte Driscoll, Jean Price, Elizabeth Sellers, Maxine Trevey Not Pictured: Virginia Belle Garst, Theodora Sava, Virginia Garrett the pioneer
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