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Page 88 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Bill Rakes, Alonzo Kittinger, Bill Elmore, Joe Wilbourne, Reginald Tomblin, Bill Ervin, Jimmy McNutt, Marvin Crowe, Wayne Shelor, Buddy Baker, John Turbyjill, Jimmy Stamper. Second Row: Norris Martin, Jimmy Peters, Bill Perkins, George Moore, Billy Garst, Harless Scott, J. M. Young, Jimmy Black, Bill Snyder, Charles Webster. Third Row: Sonny Loud, Wilson Kolmer, Herbert Thompson, Harry Humphreys, Jimmy Farmer. Monogram Club Jimmy McNutt. .. . Buddy Baker. Bill Ervin. Marvin Crowe. . . . Mr. G. H. Spruhan .... President Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer . Sponsor The Andrew Lewis Monogram Club consists of boys who, after winning a letter, have been initiated into the club. The club, under the able leadership of Coach Spruhan, has enjoyed a very successful year. The activities of the club included a Sadie Hawkins Day Dance with the Distributive Education Club, and an assembly in which letters were presented. The club had a successful initiation program for new mem¬ bers, which we hope will become an annual event. 82 } THE PIONEER
Page 87 text:
First Row, Left to Right: William Broyles, Tommy Martin, Wesley Grisso, Dwight Grisso, Norris Martin, Rhea Clark, George Bowling, Rex Tenney, Marvin Damewood, Pete Darnall, Robert Richard¬ son, Ira Poage. Second Row: Jack Gearhart, Woodie Martin, Robert Clark, Nelson Simpson, Gerald Boone, Junior Wright, Harold Pendleton, Johnny Obenchain, Elwood Peterson, Jack Gunter, Bill Davenport, II. M. Morris, Ben Bohon, Jr., Edgar L. Terry. Third Row: R. E. Kinzie, Sponsor, Harry Simpson , Billy Garman, Albert Turner, Lyle Martin, Claude Sirry Bob Shelton, R. J. Garman, Melvin Garman, Curtis Garman, Randolph Mitchell, Hugh Poage, Cecil Boone, Buddy Baker, Kenneth Martin, Mr. Peters, Sponsor. Fourth Row: Kenneth Craig, Andy Smith, Eugene Dixon, W. II. Yates, Erwin Sumner, Kenneth Otey, Ernest Moore, Jim Peters, George Gearhart, Donald Leming, Lawrence Martin, Gale Ayers, William Hall, Jack Hartman. F. F. A. Francis Gibson . President Norris Martin . Vice President Dwight Grisso . Secretary Rhea Clark . Treasurer Wesley Grisso . Reporter Melvin Garman . Watch Dog Mr. J. E. Peters 1. Sponsors Mr. R. E. Kinzie The Future Farmers of America is the national organization of farm boys studying vocational agriculture in the public high schools throughout the United States. The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. Through the leadership of these boys, we may expect a new agriculture—an agriculture lighted by science which will share with industry in the country’s general prosperity. Rural leadership is the greatest call of the hour. Our leaders who live up to the F. F. A. motto cannot fail in this task. “Learning to do—doing to learn—earning to live—living to serve.” 4 81 } FORTY- NINE
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First Row, Left to Right: Annie Davis, Donnie Spotts, Jo Anne McDaniel, Jeanette Coleman, Fay Gray, Doris Roop, Sheridan Carter, Mary Anne Logan, Lucille Lee, Irene Swedberg, Janet Gibson. Second Row: Patricia Templeton, Helen McGue, Alice Viar, Betty Jo Taliaferro, Nancy Peters, Marlene Gallion, Jackie Comer, Stella Morgan, Jean Cook, Lucille Hill, Mary Sue Garnett, Regina Howard, Barbara Stevens, Miss Watts , Sponsor. Sports Club Doris Roop. Sheri Carter. Fay Gray. Jeanette Coleman Miss Watts. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . Sponsor There is a club in Andrew Lewis High School And as to sports, its members you can’t fool. Most all the girls are really on the ball, They even play soccer in the third-floor hall, For others they’re always doing some kind deed, To some of these no one takes heed. Come Christmas time, weather rough or mild A party is given for every underprivileged child. Toward us the library should not sniff; To buy them a cabinet we gave a gift. The basketball playday was a big affair; Much fun was had by everyone there. The Playday, that was given in May, Was the Great Granddaddy of all playdays. Toward me is coming graduation day, But before I go I want to say: I hate to leave this club which is so thrifty, I wish I could be with you in 1950. So girls work hard and really strive To keep this wonderful SPORTS CLUB alive. Doris Roop, President 4 83 FORTY-NINE
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