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First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Carroll, Georgie Buterakos, Lois Stultz, Dorothy Johnson, Marcelene Smith, Evelyn Sprouse, Glenna Dulaney, Shirley Garst, Sagen Kime, Jackie Frazier, Boogie Stevens, Eleanor Porterfield, Ellen O ' Neill, Elaine Holliday, Barbara Mitchell. Second Row Mary Sue Missimer, Mary Buterakos, Margaret Moore, Phyllis Secrest, Sarah Sumner, Frances Brickey, Mary Ann Simmons, June Ann Saunders, Ellen Sample, Dot Patsel, Joe Anne Frier, Maidra Roberts, Fay Doyle, Marlene Gallion, Nancy Peters , Betty Parrish. Third Row: Mildred Painter, Patsy Willis, Judy Trevillian, Barbara Howard, Connie Eakin, Jackie Comer, Judy Ann Meadows, Mary Walker, Virginia Peters, Novella Agee, Nancy Boone, Charlotte Anderson, Bette Blackwell, Bettye Akers, Katherine Powell. Fourth Row: Lois Sirry, Carrie Sowder, Pat Logan, Alice Roach, Charlotte Burford, Phyllis Bandy-, Jean Campbell, Nadine Kesler, Darlene Gearhart, Mary Katherine Miller, Irma O ' Beirne, Joyce Tomblin, Doris Kirby, Belt ye Gresham, Audrey Jo Powell. Junior Y-Teens Sagen Kime. Jackie Frazier.. Shirley Garst. Jennie Smiley. Eleanor Porterfield. . Barbara Stevens. Ellen O’Neill. Shelia Gallagher.. Miss Marilyn Mitchell . President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . . . Social Chairman Program Chairman Publicity Chairman . Worship Chairman . Sponsor The J unior Y-Teens, which was organized in February of 1948, consists of eighty freshman girls. The purpose of the club is to develop each girl mentally, physically and spiritually. The Service Projects this year included sending Christ¬ mas boxes to the Mercy House and mailing boxes overseas to Y-Teen groups in Europe and Asia. There were several social events also, including a cabin party in May which was held at the Y. W. C. A.’s Shaws- ville Camp. With the careful planning and leadership of our spon¬ sor, Miss Mitchell, we feel that 1948-49 was a very successful year for the Junior Y-Teens. 4 72 } THE PIONEER
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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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First Row, Left to Right: Pete Bain, Fred Plybon, Dick Agee, Bill Ervin, Jimmy Farmer, Dick Powell, Bill Elmore, Don Brown, Bob Frank, John Stevens, Bill Davenport, Robert Miller, Tommy Dooley, Jr., Paul Copenhaver. Second Row: Bill Scott, Pete Garst, John Perrow, Ted Barker, Wayne Nienke, Bobby Stanley, Sonny Loman, Mac Minnick, Bob Brammer, Charles Carper, Bob Stepp, Paul Crawford, Mr. Coffman, Sponsor. Third Row: Eddie Tuttle, Alonzo Kittinger, Dan Leonard, Allan Frazier, Arnold Keaton, Buddy Bairn John Cross, Jim Blount. Fourth Row: Gieg Hillenburg, Norvin Boone, Joe Murphy, George Kolmer, Bernard Hart, Tom Hawley, John Obenchaiv, Dudley Engleby, Jack Rice, Bill Simmons, Everett Ellers. Hi-Y Club Bill Elmore. Buddy Baker. John Perrow. Don Brown. Bob Frank. Jimmy Farmer. Dick Powell. Mr. Paul Coffman . President .... Vice President . 5 ecretary . Treasurer . . Sergeant at Arms Program Chairman . Chaplain . Sponsor “To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character” has been this club’s full purpose this year. The Andrew Lewis Hi-Y Club got off to an early start. By sponsoring a football hop, assemblies, and other activities, the club has become a very popular one around the campus. This club held joint meetings with the Y-Teens for the purpose of forming a youth center in Salem. It had the pleasure of sending one of its members as doorkeeper to the Model Assembly in Richmond, and two other members were sent as delegate and senator. With the help of fine leaders and Mr. Paul Coffman, our sponsor, we believe that the influence of the Hi-Y has been far-reaching this year. 4 73 4 - FO RTY-NIN E
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