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SODALITAS LATINA PROVINCIALS Barbara Bess, George Bowling, Betty Jean Carper, Faye Carter, Marian Chapman, Annie Davis, Dot Douglas, Myra Draper, Jimmy Evans, Betsy Galbraith, Pat Gallagher, Elizabeth Garnand, Barbara Grossman, Helen Harter, Imogene Helton, Henry Holliday, Jr., Dorothy Karnes, George Kolmer, Wilson Kolmer, Lucille Lee, Carolyn Leffel, Douglas Ann Lewis, Mary Anne Logan, Miles Masters, Robert Masters, Joe Matisco, Elinor Miller, John Miller, Peggy Miller, Richard Minnix, Darlene Mowbray, Betty Paxton, Lillie Plybon, Joyce Plymale, Betty Price, Edward Price, Helen Shepherd, Jo Ann Showalter, Norman Stemple, Kathleen Taylor, Doris Turner, Mary Ellen Whit¬ more, Mary Alice Woods, Anna Margaret Young. PATRICIANS Helen Adams, Barbara Allen, Frances Alls, Evelyn Bogle, Sara Bohon, Gerald Boone, Helen Bowman, Eleanor Brillhart, Robert Cofer, Alva Conner, Bobby Creasy, John Cross, Sarah Jane Dillon, Martha Jean Donaldson, Connie Eakin, Pete Garst, Doris Gordon, Roger Griffith, Wallace Helvey, Sidney Henson, Joyce Herrin, Lucile Hill, Elaine Holliday, Marie Housman, Burcelle Johnson, Earl Johnston, Bates Killinger, Jimmy Kirkwood, Sonny Loud, Erline McAllister, Dennis McCarter, Jo Anne McDaniel, Mac Minnick, Jean Mitchell, Jeanne Alyers, Arline Naff, Paul Noble, Ellen O’Neill, Diane Overstreet, Betty Parrish, Joe Powell, Katherine Powell, Sue Powell, Mary Roberts, Colleen Robertson, Sue Robertson, Jack Robertson, Glenn Rowe, Bill Scott, Pat Setlift, Jennie Smiley, Ruble Smith, Delores Sowder, Bobby Stanley, Julia St. John, Pat Templeton, Ann Thomason, Sandra Turner, Opal Webster, Pat Whitescarver, Lillian Wimmer, Joyce Wood, Billy Young. PLEBEIANS William Ballard, Phyllis Bandy, Don Barker, Bette Blackwell, Anne Bower, Odrie Bowling, Mary Frances Brickey, Billy Brogan, Jean Campbell, Jacquelyn Comer, Jimmy Conner, Shirley Cruise, Iris Jo Cundiff, Gerald Custer, Marshall Dennison, Patty Donaldson, Georgenia Draper, Jolynne Draper, Tommy Dooley, Jeanette Eggleston, Peggy Faries, Nancy Fariss, Joan Farmer, David Ferguson, John Ferguson, Jackie Frazier, Marlene Gallion, Annette Garst, Nancy Garst, Jack Good, Martha Goodwin, Carol Gregson, Ruth Grossman, Correnia Henderson, Gordon Hancock, Nancy Hill, Greg Hillenburg, Mary Sue Hughes, Peggy Ann Layman, June Leffel, Victoria Ann Lewis, Pat Logan, Donna Martin, Peg McCarter, Betty McCormack, Helen McGue, Gay McNeill, Virginia Mae Miller, Barbara Jane Morgan, Margaret Moore, Marshall Mundy, Jay Musser, Irma O’Beirne, Kitty Obenshain, Dorothy Jean Patsel, Nancy Peters, Norma Jean Peters, Virginia Lee Peters, Geneva Peterson, Jalean Pickett, Mary Plunkett, Bettye Lou Rettinger, Alice Roach, Bill Robey, June Ann Saunders, Jean Sayers, Mary Ann Simmons, Harry C. Simpson, Lois Sirry, Eugene Snead, Ralph Snyder, Donald Stacy, Janet St. Clair, Barbara Stevens, Sarah Sumner, Eddie Talley, Beverly Taylor, Lewis Thompson, Robert Thompson, Judith Trevillian, Patsy Willis, Donna Young, Janet Young. 4 82 THE PIONEER
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First Row, Left to Right (Seniors): Sue Robertson, Bobby Gofer, Bobby Gibson, Jimmy Kirkwood, Joe Powell, Fay Gray, Richard Hite. Second Row (Juniors): Marian Chapman, Sue Powell, Pete Garst, Joyce Plymale, Joe Matisco, Wilson Kolmer, Sonny Loud. Third Row (Sophomores): Barbara Iloivard, Ellen O ' Neill, Marshall Mundy, Connie Eakin, Billy Young, Eddie Ferguson, Jean Campbell, T. R. Barker, Charles Wilbourne, Correnia Henderson, Sheila Gallagher, Marcelene Smith. Fourth Row (Freshmen): Kenneth O ' Beirne, Nancy Garst, Eddie Talley, Barbara Morgan, Jack Goode, Louis Spradlin, Pete Philpott, Jay Musser, Jean Alls, Martha Ann Goodwin, Pat Johnston . Fifth Row (Eighth Grade): Betty Jo Harris, Jackie Duke, Florence Robey, Rosemary Kinney, Shirley Webb, Betty Jean Monger, Dewey Clower, Libby Foster, Darlene Terry, Shirley Thomas, Leon Beahm, Ronnie Ingram. CLASS COUNCILS A class council consists of the four class officers and the home room presi¬ dents. The class councils have worked together with the student council this year in amending the constitution and in making the transportation movie. The purpose of the class councils is to further the spirit of cooperation and understand¬ ing among the students and faculty, and to encourage the development of student government in Andrew Lewis High School, 4 si b NINETEEN FIFTY
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SODALITAS LATINA OFFICERS George Kolmer. Pontifex Maximus Jennie Smiley. Aedile Sonny Loud. Patrician Consul Eddie Talley. Plebeian Consul Wilson Kolmer. Tribune Sue Robertson. Censor Pete Garst. Quaestor Jean Campbell. Praetor Miss Annie Virginia Cook I Mrs. Rose Little J . Sponsors The members of the Sodalitas Latina had an unusually exciting year filled with a variety of spicy programs and social activities. At the first business meeting the officers and sponsors were introduced and the revised constitution was read. At the first social event the club entertained the faculty and football squad with a picnic at Longwood. The Christmas party beginning with caroling in Salem and ending at the County Woman’s Club, gave everyone the proper Christmas spirit. At the Valen¬ tine Party we frolicked, flirted, and had a “love’My time. Our biggest production, the beautiful and inspiring Easter Pageant given in conjunction with the Music Department, came on Palm Sunday. The fantasy of the year—the May Queen and her Court—was presented when “April Showers Brought May Flowers.” Our fellowship was drawn to a close by a business meeting, and the last social event of a wonderful year for the Sodalitas Latinas was a swimming party. 4 83 NINETEEN FIFTY
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