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Mdrew Cewis News Jack Rice. Nancy O’Neill . Lucille Lee Thomas Lee Hawley. . . Allan Frazier. Herbert Gordon Betty Jean Campbell Betty Jean Lawson Sarah Jane Dillon Betty Jo Moses Joyce Crosswhite Dot Douglas Ann Lewis J o Ann Showalter Dennis McCarter Betty Brown Campbell Joyce Jennings Johnny Stevens Jean Lucas Joan Haupt Annie Davis Etta Mae Lester Virginia Francisco Mr. John H. Snapp. .. Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors ... Sports Editor . . Feature Editor Reportorial Staff Circulation Staff Faculty Adviser Each Friday morning the latest news of Andrew Lewis comes in the Times-Register edited by Mr. John Thornton. Mr. Thornton donates a page in the Times-Register for the Andrew Lewis News which is written on Monday afternoon by students of Andrew Lewis. Along with the news comes the latest flashes from Watson about people and happenings in Watson’s own famous column, Et Cetera. The staff would like to join Watson in expressing its ap¬ preciation for the students’ many nickels. 4 79 ) FO RTY-NIN E
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The Band Charlotte Thomas 1 Norma Cundiff J- . Drum Majorettes Mary Ann Logan j Mr. Christensen. Director The Band, under the excellent direction of Mr. L. Christensen, has had a very successful year. It played not only for all home games and for the Danville game, but also for several college games. Several members of our band, Melvin Good, Harold Pillow, and Henry Holliday, represented Andrew Lewis in the All-State Concert Band. Norma Cundiff and Bobby Stanley were the representatives from Andrew Lewis in the All-State Workshop Band. The Band attended the State Music Festival at Martinsville, April 2. Three solos and the whole band received a rating of excellent, and the trombone duet received a rating of very good. The annual concert was presented in April. Clarinet Melvin Good Norman Stemple Charlotte Thomas Jimmy Evans Norma Cundiff Mary A ' nn Logan Mary Ann Turner Betty Lou Rettinger Mary Sue Garnett Doris Martin Shirley Kingery Judy Trevillian Dorothy Boone Nancy Stanback Cornet Robert Stanley Burcelle Johnson Alva Connor Victor West Paul Copenhaver John Miller Tommy Fields Ruth Jordan Helen McGue Gypsy de Wolfee Rosie Lee Lockett BAND MEMBERS Helen O’Bierne Rodney McNeill Roy Harris Wayne Smith Drums John Musser Richard Viar Kenneth O’Bierne Wesley Grisso Bass Harold Pillow Don Vandergrift Saxaphone Nancy Farris Melvin Good Trombone Henry Holliday Eddie Tuttle Jack Good Geneva Peterson Mellaphone Iris Cundiff Odrie Bowling Imogene Helton Baritone Alice Viar Henry Holliday Jack Good rj ' o i o jir THE PIONEER
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First Row, Left to Right: Charlotte Garst, Betty Jean Lawson, Frances Flannagan, Betty Eubank, Doris Alderman, Anne Webster, Irene Swedberg, Peggy Tyree, Jeanette Coleman, Joyce Jennings, Mary Jane Shephard, Virginia Davis, DeLois DeHart. Second Row: Barbara Bennett, Betty Taylor, Ruth Brogan, Janet Eller, Naomi Gregson, Josephine Spangler, Minnie Collins, Wilma Collins, Faye Murray, Alice Ann Davis, Almeta Bohon. Third Row: Mrs. Miller, Sponsor, Dot Underwood, Mabel Ferguson, Ima Wagoner, Wanda Patteson, Joyce Rusher, Ella Haynes, Betty Beeler, Mrs. Gordon, Sponsor. F. H. A. Ruth Brogan . President B etty Jean Lawson . Vice President Virginia Davis . Secretary Betty Eubank . Treasurer Frances Flannagan. Mrs. Nancie Miller i Mrs. Barbara Gordon j Reporter Sponsors Girls over a decade ago learned homemaking from their mothers, or learned the “hard way” by experience after marriage. Today, we of the F. H. A. can appreciate the improvement over the schools of yesterday. Under Mrs. Miller’s and Mrs. Gordon’s never-ending advice and super¬ vision, we are better equipped to face our future in any phase of community life. Improvement within ourselves today, makes better homes and stronger family ties tomorrow. ■4 80 } THE PIONEER
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