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

 - Class of 1950

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SENIOR Y-TEENS First Row, Left to Right: Joanne Frier, Irma O ' Beirne, Peggy Sue Pasley, Lillie Belle Gartman, Nancy Young, Mrs. Louise Rice, Miss Aminee Jones, Alice Roach, Stevie Kiernon, Darlene Gear- heart, Mary Kathryn Miller, Margery Gouge, Judy Meadows. Second Row: Phyllis Bandy, Kitty Obenshain, Sidney Henson, Elaine Holliday, Janice Musser, Nancy Lipps, Dorothy Johnson, Louise Mann, Ellen Sample, Virginia Jarvis, Barbara Howard, Barbara Mitchell, Dot Patsel. Third Row: Barbara Blackwell, Charlotte Burford, Charlotte Anderson, Doris Kirby, Margie Harris, Barbara Reynolds, Faye Mowbray, Danease Flowers, Connie Eakin, June Saunders, Correnia Hender¬ son, Virginia Peters, Merlene Gallion, Nancy Peters. Fourth Row: Jackie Comer, Frances Brickey, Harriet Grubb, Martha Robertson, Betty Blackwell, Nancy Boone, Wanda Looney, Nadine Kesler, Joan Mitchell, Audrey Powell, Loretta Scott, Sarah Sumner, Barbara Stevens, Bonnie Jean Moore, Margaret Moore. Fifth Row: Jean Campbell, Kathryn Powell, Glenna Dulaney, Mary Ann Simmons, Phyllis Secrest, Betty Gresham, Jennie Smiley, Ellen O’Neill, Sagen Kime, Eleanor Porterjield, Pat Logan, Betty Parish, Mary Lee Kingery, Peggy Layman. Home Room Captains. Betty Jo Moses. Jeanne Lynch Hobbs Mary Borden. Mary Ann Logan . . . Helen Bowman. . President .... Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman In October the Salem Y-Teens joined with Roanoke and Vinton in celebrating Y-Teen Week. Salem was in charge of one of the programs in which chocolate bars were presented to be sent overseas. The climax of the week was an installation service for all Y-Teens at the First Baptist Church in Roanoke. The following week the Andrew Lewis Y-Teens held their Recognition Service in the Baptist Church in Salem. In November eight delegates from our club attended the week-end Conference in Roanoke. The club’s Thanksgiving project was contributions of food and clothing for a needy family and generous donations of money for the World Fellowship Fund. The annual Gathering of the Greens was held in December, and after the Hanging of the Greens we had our Christmas Service. In February the Senior Y-Teens and the Beta Club sponsored a Valentine Dance which proved to be very successful. Our annual Football-Basketball Banquet was held at Longwood in the spring. We also sold Easter lilies for the benefit of the Crippled Children. By working together we had a very successful and fun-filled year. ■ " ■{ 85 NINETEEN FIFTY

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SENIOR Y-TEENS Seated on Floor , Left to Right: Mary Anne Logan, Mary Borden, Jeanne Lynch Hobbs, Betty Jo Moses. First Row: Edna Mae Fauber, Tootie Ames, Betty Francisco, Jo Ann Dotson, Frances Vest, IleIen Adams, Jo Ann Lindamood, Myrtle Garrett, Betty Lou, Rettinger, Ann Iludgins, Louise Shelor, Ann Renick, Betty Powers, Iris Reese, Fannie Sue Robertson. Second Row: Betty Compton, Jean Waggoner, Jane Waggoner, Dorothy Karnes, Phyllis Pillow, Vera Simmons, Evelyn Meadow, Helen McGue, Dot Gebheart, Anna Hill, Charlotte Thomas, Irene Swed- berg, June Propps, Sue Garnett, Stella Greenway. Third Row: Helen Garst, Barbara Allen, Diane Overstreet, Jo Ann McDaniel, Peggy Miller, Iris Ilowery, Joan Ilaupt, Jean Lumsden, Dot Jones, Pat Setliff, Faye Carter, Jeanne Myers, June Logan, Douglas Ann Lewis, Dot Douglas. Fourth Row: Martha Donaldson, Atina Margaret Young, Jean Mitchell, Elizabeth Gibson, Bubbles Garst, Jean McCormick, Rita Martin, Ann Webster, Dot Underwood, Lillian Wimmer, Marie Houseman, Doris Turner, Ruth Turner, Gene Sellers, Betty Sellers. Fifth Row: Maydene Hoback, Sue Powell, Edith Harris, Maxine Trevey, Betty Jean Turner, Vona Lee Deel, JoAnne Frazier, Darlene Mowbray, Jane Tingler, Joyce Little, Jo Winn, Betty Hancock, Nancy Wood, Janet Gibson, Betty Beeler. Sixth Row: Kay Grosart, Juanita Agee, Peggy Tyree, Lucille Lee, Nancy Turner, Helen Wade, Doris Alderman, Betty Jean Carper, Helen Bowman, Mary Alice Woods, Joanne Showalter, Myra Draper, Julia St. John, Joyce Plymale, Imogene Helton. Home Room Captains. 4 84 PIONEER THE



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JUNIOR Y-TEENS First Row, Left to Right: Miss Mitchell, Joan Farmer, Patty Donaldson, Pat Carper, Annette Garst, Nancy Broce, Georgenia Draper, Martha Ann Goodwin, Jolynne Draper, Margie Rutrough. Second Row: Polly Smith, Linda Lucas, Nancy Garst, Delora Argahright, Betty Jo James, Cecelia Zini, Mary Feld, Nancy Stanback, Betty McCormick, Donna Martin, Virginia Miller. Third Row: Nancy Boone, Frances Thompson, Phyllis Grubb, Vivian Huffman, Edith Deaner, Phyllis Garnett, Barbara Ronk, Janet Young, Joann Elliott, May Meier, Darlene Crockett. Fourth Row: Elizabeth McDaniel, Wanda Auvil, Martha Walker, Norma Jean Conner, Millie Gillespie, Jean Moore, Mickie Six, June Leffel, Charlene Powell, Shirley Moses. Fifth Row: Norma Flinchum, Betty Mowles, Ann Lewis, Gay McNeil, Norma Lee, Iris Jo Cundiff, Beverly Taylor, Shirley Martin, Rachel Reese, Virginia Goode, Norma Lee Beck. Annette Garst . President Pat Carper . Vice President Nancy Broce . Secretary Patty Donaldson . Treasurer Martha Goodwin . Social Chairman Georgenia Draper . Program Chairman Joan Farmer . Publicity Chairman Jolynne Draper . Music Chairman Margie Rutrough . Worship Chairman Miss M. Mitchell . Sponsor The Junior Y-Teens, consisting of about seventy Freshman girls, was organized in February, 1948, and has proved to be very successful. The purpose of this club is to give the girls fellowship and activities with one another, so as to create an “air” of working together as a group for better things. The year’s activities began with t he Recognition Service with the Senior Y-Teens at the Salem Baptist Church. The club also sent much needed boxes to Germany. The Social Activities, sponsored by the Junior Y-Teens, have been skating parties and a cabin party at the Y. W. C. A.’s camp at Shawsville. Under the leadership of our sponsor, Miss Mitchell, and by the cooperation of every girl, we, the Junior Y-Teens, believe that this has been a most successful year. 86 THE PIONEER

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