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Hl-Y First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Paul Coffman, John Cross, Mac Minnick, Joe Murphy, Alonzo Kit - linger, Donald Thompson, Sonny Loman. Second Row: Joe Matisco, John Stevens, David Ferguson, Gregory Hillenburg, Bill Iiaupt, William Sears, Bob Miller, Paul Copenhaver, Albert Donahue. Third Row: Bates K ' ittinger, Marshall Dennison, James Hash, W. C. Ware, Bill Robey, Eddie Ferguson, Jay Musser, Ralph Mabes. Fourth Row: Eugene Hendricks, Wallace Blair, Bill Simmons, Frank Chapman, Richard Hale, Eugene Firebaugh, Jimmie Bean, Johnny Hankins. Fifth Row: Donald Robertson, Miles Masters, Marshall Mundy, George Kolmer, Andrew Martin, Tommy Dooley, Norvill Hunt, Richard Moran, Everette Ellers. Joe Murphy. Mac Minnick. Donald Thompson Alonzo Kittinger .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer Sonny Loman . Program Chairman John Cross . Chaplain T. R. Barker . Sergeant at Arms The Andrew Lewis Hi-Y lias forty-eight members. They have had a very successful year under the efficient leadership of their sponsor, Mr. Paul K. Coffman. The Hi-Y sent two delegates to the district meeting in Martinsville, and one of the dele¬ gates was chosen chaplain for the model assembly in Richmond. Other activities of this year have included a football hop after the Hampton game, sending CARE packages overseas, and sponsoring the annual Christmas Basket drive. At the bi-weekly meetings there have been many interesting discussions among the boys, as well as informative speakers. The Hi-Y this year has accepted and upheld its purpose, “to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian Character.” 4 87 NINETEEN FIFTY
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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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i BETA CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Carolyn Leffel, Robert Cofer, Janet Carter, Marian Chapman. Second Row: Mrs. Vaughan, Sponsor, Muriel Walker, Elizabeth Garnand, Nell Eller, Helen Harter, Sarah Bohon, Mabel Ferguson, Annie Davis. Third Row: Lillie Plybon, Betsy Galbraith, Joann Showalter, Joyce Herrin, Joan Crawford, Mary Ann Grisso, Sue Robertson, Sarah Jane Dillon, Elinor Miller. Fourth Row: Frances Alls, Doris Gordon, Fay Gray, Barbara Grossman, Mary Ellen Whitmore, Joyce Wood, Eleanor Brillhart, Viola Vaughn, Naomi Gregson, Hazel Tinsley. Fifth Row: John Cross, Bobby Stanley, Jimmy Kirkwood, George Kolmer, Harold Pillow, Wilson Kolmer, Pete Garst, Sonny Loud, Mac Minnick. Bobby Cofer . President Janet Carter . Vice President Carolyn Leffel c , ■ Marian Chapman . ecre arles Allen Harris . Treasurer Mrs. Mary Vaughan . Sponsor The Andrew Lewis Chapter of the National Beta Club, chartered in the fall of 1936, has a present enrollment of sixty-nine. There are chapters in sixteen states, with a total active member¬ ship of 17,598. The colors on the Beta Club emblem are black and gold, signifying achievement, character and leadership. The projects of the Andrew Lewis Chapter for the year 1949-50 have been as follows: (1) Co-Sponsor of the Valentine Dance (2) Contributing to the Beta Club Journal (3) Having a most impressive spring installation (4) Attending the State Convention in Richmond (5) Taking part in Talent Show at the convention (6) Presenting an assembly for the eighth grade The purpose of the Beta Club is to promote honesty, service and leadership, to award merit, to build character and to assist students who are leaving high school to continue in the right path of life. 4 88 THE PIONEER
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