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

 - Class of 1949

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Page 92 text:

First Row, Left to Right: Elizabeth Kilby, Patricia Hubbard, James McNutt, Donald McGhee, Vir¬ ginia Garrett, Betty Cammer. Second Row: Mr. Alexander, Sponsor, Betty Doyle, Janet Cox, Murlene Harris, Martha Bramlett, Ruth Johnson. Third Row: Harless Scott, James Mowbray, Billy Lane, Trubie Graham , Max Rife. Distributors’ Club Donald McGhee . President James McNutt . Vice President Patricia Hubbard . Secretary Elizabeth Kilby . Treasurer Virginia Garrett . Parliamentarian Betty Cammer . Editor and Promotion Manager Harless Scott . Delegate to State Convention Mr. Alexander . Sponsor The Distributors’ Club is a club formed by those students taking the retail training course in the Senior Class. The purpose of the club is to learn about vocational opportunities in the field of distribution; to develop leadership; to integrate the Distributive Education program with other programs in the school; and to provide helpful participation by the members in civic affairs so that members may take their places in the community life after graduation. Our club has had three outside speakers, made field trips to the Salem telephone office, the Mick-or-Mack warehouse (where we were served lunch), and to Kroger’s new store in Salem to become more familiar with the problem of distribution. Social activities have been a Sadie Hawkins Day Dance, a Christmas Party, and an Area Conference with the Distributors’ Clubs of Christians- burg and Roanoke at Longwood in Salem. •{ 86 THE PIONEER

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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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First Row, Left to Right: Johnny Ferguson, Barbara Barnett, Betty Mae Doyle, Ruth Marie Turner, Patricia Johnston, Brenton Mongan, Faye Doyle. Second Row: Lois Terry, Shirley Tuttle, Judy Trevillian, Odrie Bowling, Virginia Abbott, Shirley Carter, Frances Thompson, Phyllis Richards, Elizabeth Underwood, Mrs. Jennings, Sponsor. Third Row: Tommy Alartin, Norma Jean Tolly, Patricia Stuart, Anna Martin, Alary Jane Turner, Janet Wright, Shirley Martin, Claudine Smith, Evelyn AlcCray, Betty Alowles, Rachel Reese, Jackie Wimmer. Fourth Row: Dickie Sossamon, Raymond Kane, Bobby Martin, 0. C. Simpson, Jr., Joanne Walker, Elizabeth Garnand, Barbara Smallwood, Maxine Lightman, Lyle Martin, Jerry Bower, James Wiley, Harold Worrell. 4-H Club Betty Mae Doyle Patricia Johnston Brenton Mongan. Johnny Ferguson. Barbara Barnett. Ruth Turner. Mrs. Jennings_ . President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . Song Leader . Reporter . Sponsor Last fall a new club, the Andrew Lewis Chapter of the National 4-H Club, was organized. The purpose of this club is explained by the official pledge, “I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service and my health to better living for my club, community, and my country.” The fifty members of our 4-H Club have met regularly in the gym under the capable leadership of Mrs. Jennings, sponsor, Mr. Douglas, county agriculture agent, and Mrs. Margaret Svoboda, home demonstration agent. Our theme has been “Safety,” and numerous talks and contests have been held centering around this subject. This club has filled a definite need in the school and we believe that if we keep before us our motto, “To make the best better,” our club will grow in quality as well as quantity. 4 87 4 FORTY-NINE

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