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FRESHMEN Otis Reynolds Beverly Roberts Mary Roberts Calvin Rohrbaugh Barbara Ronk Margie Rutrough Jean Sayers Leonard Shank Ann Shelton Coretta Sheppard Larry Simmons Paul Sink Claudine Sirry Joanne Sisk Edith Six A4ickie Six Barbara Smallwood Russell Smiley Claudine Smith Polly Smith Wayne Smith Curtis Snyder Dickie Sossaman AIary Spangler Louis Spradlin Almeda Sproles Nancy Stanback Ronnie Stephenson Patricia Stuart Sara Taliaferro Eddie Talley Beverly Taylor Pete Taylor Lois Terry Frances Thompson Robert Thompson Clayton Tinnell Nancy Tyler Donald Vandergrift Martha Walker Elmer Williams Shirley Wilson Jackie Wimmer Peggy Ann Winfrey Roy Wirt Nancy Wittenberg George Wood Ricky Woodson Buck Wright Janet Young Cecelia Zini s ' 4 72 }£ THE PIONEER
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EIGHTH GRADE Oceile Hall. ... Betty Harris. . Libby Foster. .. Darlene Terry .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer ‘‘Should old acquaintance be forgot?” No, we shall always hold dear to our memory our first year at Andrew Lewis, just as did the eighth graders ten years ago. This year the eighth grade celebrates its tenth anniversary as being part of Andrew Lewis High School. We have come a long way since our beginning. At first our organizations were limited to Girl Reserves and the S. C. A.; then for several years we had no organizations at all. This year the eighth graders take part in three clubs. This is the second year we have had the Projection Club. Its primary purpose is to train helpers for teachers in the showing of classroom films. The main project of the 4-H Club this year was to remodel the Guidance Room. On this project they have done a beauti¬ ful job. The Club also collected garments for the needy and furnished money for lunches in the cafeteria for two students. This is the first year we have had an Eighth Grade Library Club. Its purpose is to get the students of Andrew Lewis High School more interested in reading during their leisure time. We owe our appreciation and thanks to our Class Council for our clean halls and splendid assemblies, and we wish to express to Miss Mildred Kidd, our sponsor, our deep appreciation for her splendid leadership of this group. 71 THE PIONEER
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