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

 - Class of 1949

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First Row, Left to Right: Julia St. John, Betty Jean Campbell, Donnie Spotts, Betty Moses, Pat Hubbard. Second Row: Nancy O ' Neill, Jean Lucas, Charlotte Hill, Diana Miller, Phyllis Draper, Jo Ann Frazier, Martha Crawford, Phyllis Schafer, Pat Smiley, Betty Jean Lawson, Phyllis Dooley, Anne Church¬ man, Dolores Chelf, Betty Brown Campbell, Jane Ann Matheny. Third Row: Jo Ann Turner, Janet Gibson, Helen Harter, Martha Kime, Betty Owen, Polly Rierson, Anne Stuart, Norma Cundiff, Fay Boldish, Doris Hubbard, IVanda Patteson, Virginia Beamer, Mary Stanley, Jean Painter, Joyce Rusher. Fourth Row: Annie Davis, Sue Robertson, Eleanor Morgan, Mary Sue Garnett, Carolyn Leffel, Edith Harris, Stella Morgan, Norma Boone, Martha Jane Curry, Lucille Lee, Helen Bowman, Nancy Wood, Vera Simmons, Tootie Ames, Edna Mae Fauber, Doris Mutter, Fannie Sue Robertson, Miss Jones. Senior Y-Teens Donnie Spotts. President Betty Moses. Vice President Julia St. John. Secretary Betty Jean Campbell. Treasurer Miss Aminee Jones ) . Sponsors Mrs. Louise Rice J Under the sponsorship of Miss Aminee Jones and Mrs. Louise Rice, the Senior Y-Teens have had a splendid year. The year’s activities began with a Recognition Service in the Salem Presbyterian Church. The spiritual influence of this program has been a light of guidance throughout the year. Our assembly program in connection with the com¬ munity fund campaign gave a boost to the campaign here at school. The program was presented in the form of a skit in which the girls in the club took part. 4 70 } THE PIONEER

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Sodalitas Latina PLEBEIANS Helen Adams, Barbara Allen, Clara Altis, Jimmy Black, Sara Bohon, Gerald Boone, Eleanor Brillhart, Jean Cook t Mary Crawford, Bobby Creasy, Martha Jean Donaldson, Frances Eakin, Elva Garman, Bently Goodwin, Roger Griffith, jmogene Gusler, Charles Hall, Wallace Helvey, Sidney Jean Henson, Anna Hill, Greg Hillenburg, Elaine Holliday, Marie Housman, Burcelle Johnson, Earl Johnston, Bernice Johnston. Charles LaPrad, Jo Ann Lindamood, Dennis McCarter, Jean Mitchell, Jeanne Myers, Arline Naff, Paul Noble, Ellen O’Neill, Dianne Overstreet, Betty Parrish, Katherine Powell, Mary Roberts, Colleen Robertson, Glenn Rowe, William Scott. Pat Setliff, Virginia Smiley, Ruble Smith, Louise Spradlin, Arlene Stanley, Bobby Stanley, Pat Templeton. Sandra Turner, Richard Viar, Furman Whitescarver, Jr., Lillian Wimmer, William Young. J. M. Young. Pat Smiley. Martha Kime. Jennie Smiley. Jack Rice. Dolores Chelf. George Kolmer. Billy Young. Sponsors Miss Annie V. Cook Mrs. Rose F. Little Pontifex Maximus . Aedile . Patrician Consul . . Plebeian Consul . Tribune . Censor . Quaestor . Praetor The members of Sodalitas Latina have seen a variety of interesting programs this year. First, we saw our new officers and heard the revised Constitution . . . Then “We Were There,” with C. B. S. at the last days of Pompeii . . . The first of the two grand picnics of the year was a special “feature” which the teachers attended . . . “The Haunted House” program was murdered by those “infantes horribiles,” the first-yearers ... A mock radio program on “Caesar and Cleo¬ patra” was MC’ed “bene” by Joe Powell . . . but no chariots or pyramids given away . . . The Little ones showed us a film on “Roman Food” . . . “Saturnalia Day” was presented Christmas by the Virgil Class . . . Another “special” was the festive Christmas Party at the Woman’s Club . . . Professor Masters opened the New Year with a superbly illustrated lecture spiced generously with his sparkling wit ... In February the sixth-period boys captured the sixth-period girls in “The Kidnapping of the Sabine Women, ” and perhaps the same thing happened to the other members . . . at the Valentine Party . . . The second-year class gave a “Roman Romance and Wedding”. . . In the first of a series of lectures by professional people the Reverend Elliott warned us with “Flunko, flunkere’, faculti, fixum,” and followed with an interesting talk on, “The Classics and the Min¬ istry” . . . Judge Pence enlightened us on “Latin and a Lawyer,” and Miss Lovelace talked on “Mythology” . .. Our little eighth-grader, Mary Roberts, showed us her collection of Roman coins and poetry which she found in the East ... A solemn and beautiful Easter Pageant was shown in assembly in conjunction with the Music Department . . . The Virgil Class gave its “Swan Song” by presenting “Dido and Aeneas” ... In “Full Focas” the club gave its traditional and always dazzling May Day Formal and Court Presentation, as beautiful as a rose and as gay as spring itself . . . With sadness but satisfaction we closed our handbook for the summer and prepared “Tradere lampada vitae,” to pass on the torch of life to another year. { 69 FO RTY-NIN E



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First Row, Left to Right: Martha Jean Donaldson, Maydene Ilohack, Douglas Anri Lewis, Carolyn Leffel, Mar y Ellen Whitmore, Ann St. Clair, Myra Draper, Dot Douglas, Joyce Owens, Lillian Wimmer, Joan Haupt, Sue Powell. Second Row: Betty Jean Turner, Margaret Gore, Joyce Herrin, Betty Powers, Lillie Plybon, Doris Alderman, Anne Webster, Jo Anne McDaniel, Anna Margaret Young, Jean Mitchell, Irene Szvedberg, Betty Francisco, Mary Ann Grisso, Phyllis Reid, June Logan, Ann Cecil Renick. Third Row: Joyce Wood, Jeanne Myers, Jean McCormick, Rita Martin, Jean Lumsden, Deloriese Gebhardt, Juanita Agee, Patricia Setliff, DeLois DeHart, Joyce Plymale, Helen Garst, Frances Vest, Peggy Tyree, Betty Beeler, Betsy Galbraith, Diane Overstreet. Fourth Row: Von a Lee Deel, Janet Lee Carter, Imogene Helton, Joanne Showalter, Mary Anne Logan, Mary Alice Woods, Evelyn Meador, Mabel Ferguson, Iris Boone, Jeanne Hobbs, Joyce Little, Jane Tingler. Senior Y-Teens The annual “Hanging of the Greens” ceremony was undoubtedly a success. The “Gathering the Greens” party at the Fraziers’ made this one of the most pleasant experiences of the whole year. Our Christmas formal was a beautiful and festive occasion and was enjoyed by all participants. Two open house dances were sponsored by our club at the “Y” in Roanoke. Delegates from our club attended four conferences, both local and district. The annual Football-Basketball Banquet was held as a conclusion to our social program for the year. As social service projects this year, donations to the Mercy House and a special overseas package were included. During April the girls carried on the Lily sales for the Virginia Crippled Children Society. One of the most outstanding features of the Y-Teens’ work has been the promotion of the Teen-Age Center. The cooperation and enthusiasm displayed by the girls of this group have made possible this very successful year. f 71 FORTY-NINE

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