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

 - Class of 1950

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ight: Betty Jean Cetfper, Doris Alderman, A far a Draper, Mary Ellen Whitmore, Boh Stepp, Wad jJ V sJ ' ! A pe y $ ' " WHY I AM ' A BACHELOR " t v v!L. AXovty Beatty Je n Carper. . r ' . Henrietta " Bob StEPP. rr ' f . Algernon Dorris Alderman. Henrietta ' s Mother 7 Myra Draper. Ida May • Mary Ellen Whitmore. Aunt Emma BlaXe W. Liddle. Director 4 107 NINETEEN FIFTY

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NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Strickler, Annie Davis, Ann Cecil Renick, Jeanne Lynch Hobbs, John Cross. Second Row: Betsy Galbraith, Lillie Plybon, Mac Minnick. .... President Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer Do we get an N. F. L. point for that speech? How many N. F. L. points? What do you mean, N. F. L.? No, not National Federation of Labor, though it takes hard labor to get into this organization, which is known as the National Forensic League. We speak—then speak again—debate—and do some more speaking before we are eligible for our twenty-point membership. But it is worth it—Come on and make a try! 4 106 John Cross. Annie Davis. Ann Renick. Jeanne Lynch Hobbs THE PIONEER



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7 c Left to Right: Pat Templeton, Betty Compton, Mary Miller, Martha Donaldson, Patty Donaldson, Annette Gant, Peggy Layman. MODERN DANCE GROUP Patty Donaldson. President Douglas Anne Lewis. Vice President Martha Donaldson. Secretary Peggy Anne Layman. Treasurer Mrs. Betty Simpson. Sponsor The dance group was organized in the early fall of this year in the hope of gaining more appreciation and interest for dance as an art. Modern dance is the communication of ideas, feelings, and beliefs through movements. It is now a part of the curriculum in a large number of the high schools and colleges of the United States. This type of dance, as a part of the general physical education program, offers to the students a chance to develop creative thinking, agility, and graceful¬ ness, social ease and a healthy body. Modern dance was started in physical education, and later a beginners’ group and a group for boys were organized. 4 108 THE PIONEER

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