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 87 of 144
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FORENSICS N. F. L. OFFICERS Joan Johnston. John Ray Turbyfill. Mary Lou Crosswhite. . . Brent Huffman J. M. Young Mrs. Pearl Strickler Mrs. Forrest M. Smith .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . Treasurers . Sponsors INTERLUDE—ONE-ACT PLAY Place: Rooms 102 and 106. Time: Third period any day in the week. Scene I: Jean Thomas, the beautiful Juliet, on a stepladder gazing fondly down on her lovesick Romeo, Frankie Bishop. Scene II: (Peering through the door of 106). “Lawyer” Dolores Chelf (with knees shaking) making her debut in debating. Scene III: Behold a Demosthenes, Lula Cross Chapman, pleading for American democracy. Scene IV: Anetta Loman with a “Pain in Her Sawdust” at Longwood, and Ora May Miller looking into “Dranma’s Drate Big Eyes”; Peggy Rushbrooke at two in the morning “Wanting a ‘Jink’,” and Jeanette Watson explaining “Why I Done Lef’ the Baptis’.” Scene V: Brent Huffman and Mary Louise Crosswhite (with dagger-eyes) using “ arbitration ” in American industry. Scene VI: “Prominent” ones in the forensic circles, whose names we cannot remember rehearsing scenes in speaking, reading, debating, and oratory. Scene VII: Mesdames Smith and Strickler, sponsors, racking their brains and tearing their hair looking for a grade where there is no grade for Boyd Harrison, Bob Frank, Alvin Stump, and John Perrow. First Row, Left to Right: Joyce Rusher, Muilene Harris, Alice Bohon, Claudine Garman, Jean Stan¬ ford, Nancy Ilarveycutter, Peggy Rushbrooke, Alvin Stump, Margaret Anne Boone, Lula Cross Chapman, Lloyd Hinchee, Lee Hartman, Vance Cannaday, Lou Crosswhite, Mary Louise Musser Second Row, Left to Right: Jean Thomas, Pat Smiley, Jeanette Watson, Bob Brammer, Audrey Nichols, Don Brown, Bob Frank, Ora Mae Miller, June Frazier, Margaret Thomas, Betty Painter, Nadine Henderaon, Dolores Chelf, Joan Johnston Third Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Smith, Donald Keith, Ronald Zoll, Brent Huffman, J. M. Young, Robert Jeffreys, Mrs. Strickler, Annetta Loman the pioneer



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VARSITY FOOTBALL G. H. Spruhan . Coach H. M. Copenhaver . Assistant Coach Marshall Robinson . Assistant Coach Preston Graves. . .Assistant Coach {Volunteer ) When the season opened on September i, eighty boys reported co practice. Eight lettermen returned from last year’s team. The boys spent the first two weeks scrimmaging and polishing up for the opening game against Bedford on September 13. This game, which Andrew Lewis won 20-7, gave needed experience to some of the amateur players. Our first test of the season was against powerful Thomas Jefferson of Richmond. The Presidents were out to avenge their 6-0 defeat at the hands of the Wolverines last year. Many of our students accompanied the players to Richmond to witness a thriller—ending in a 13-13 tie. The following week we lost to the strong team of Vinton—7-0. Our next game was played in a sea of mud against Lane High in Charlottesville. We scored on our first play and won the game 6-0. Then came ihe important game against our “featured” rival Jefferson. Roanoke had one of its best teams in years, and her power proved too much for the JVolverines. After a hard-fought game, Jefferson defeated us 22-0. Afterwards came successive defeats at the hands of Hampton, 26-0, Lynchburg, 19-0. Things looked bad for us for the Danville game. The team played one of its best games, however, tying the Cardinals, 0-0. The following week William Flem¬ ing scored on a long pass during the final four minutes to defeat Andrew Lewis 7-0. Even though we had few victories, the Andrew Lewis school spirit was really in the “limelight” and every “player” displayed fine sportsmanship in the games. First Row, Left to Right: Doc Obenchain {Manager), Bill Ervin, J. M. Young, James McNutt, Donald Keith, Marvin Crowe, Bill Thompson, Boyd Harrison, Donald Wimmer {Manager) Second Row: Clarence Maberry, Melvin Hollandsworth, Lloyd Hinchee, Dan Leonard, Buddy Baker, Glenn Lewis, James Welcher, Leo Perris Third Row: Skeeter Hesmer, Pinky Wilbourne, Jimmy Robertson, George St. John, Wayne Shelor, Brent Huffman, Reginald Tomblin, Julius Jones Not Pictured: Joe Wilbourne (X [ 82 ] the pioneer

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