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Page 90 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Alice Ann Davis, Joann Austin, Elizabeth Garnand, Jo Ann Walker, Patricia Johnston, Nancy Garst, Ann Cecil Renick, Jean Stewart Lucas, Nancy O ' Neill, Annie Davis, Pat Smiley, Betty Jean Lawson, Pat Hubbard, Anne Churchman, Betty Eubank, Frances Flannagan, Betty Brown Campbell, Fay Doyle. Second Row: Mrs. Smith, Sponsor, John Perrow, Louise Shelor, Virginia Fariss, Alice Baker, Eleanor Brill hart, Louise Fringer, Joyce Crosswhite, Donnie S potts, Fay D eyerie, Mae Hill, Doris Martin, Nellie Harmon, Phyllis Smith, Dolores Chelf, Lucille Lee, Llelen Bowman, Marlene Gallion, Paul Copenhaver, Jr., Mrs. Strickler, Sponsor. Third Row: Melvin Good, Bob Brammer, Don Brown, Preston Hancock, Bill Childress, Bob Croft, Joe Powell, Billy Doyle, Herbert Gordon, Tom Hawley, John Cross, John Turbyjill, Bob Frank, Bill Ervin, Jimmy Kirkwood, Mac Minnick, J. M. Young, Jeanne Hobbs. (N. F. L. Inset) Kneeling: John Perrow, J. M. Young. Seated: Pat Smiley, John Ray Turbyjill, Don Brown, Pat Hubbard. Standing: Mrs. Smith, Thomas Hawley, Bill Childress, John Cross, Dolores Chelf, Mrs. Strickler. Forensics John Turbyfill. Don Brown. Tom Hawley. Mrs. Pearl Strickler Mrs. Forest Smith . President .... Vice President Secretary-Treasurer . Sponsors In Rooms 102 and 106 news is made every day, such as—Bill Ervin pulling Bill Childress’s tooth—There’s John Perrow, our Demos¬ thenes—Frances Flannagan “vamping”—Little Orphan Annie “Davis” always full of giggles and speeches—Betty Brown Campbell trying witchcraft on us—Jeanne Hobbs impersonating Jesse James—Louise (Molecule) Shelor, our “colored” boy— Billy Doyle, beating his brains out over the “Federal Aid” speech— What? Just the Forensics! THE PIONEER
Page 89 text:
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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First Row, Left to Right: Frances Wood, Lucille Lee, Mrs. Smith, Sponsor, Jean Lucas, Nancy O ' Neill. Second Row: John Turhyfi.il, John Perrow, Bob Frank, Herbert Gordon, Tom Hawley . Debating Club At the beginning of the spring semester ten students, under the direction of Mrs. Smith, gathered in Room 106 to start this year’s debating class. The majority of the group’s debating experience was zero, but now we practically cross examine in general conversation. In preparation for the district meeting in May we debated with William Fleming, William Byrd, and Roanoke College. Our teams have de¬ bated commendably and often victoriously. The question this year is: “Re¬ solved—that the United Nations now be revised into a federal world govern¬ ment.” Whether or not our teams win, each of us will finish this year’sjdebating class with something more valuable than trophies—a deep interest in and a feeling of responsibility in international relations. 85 FORTY-NINE
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