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

 - Class of 1951

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COUNCILS A Class Council is composed of the four class officers and the home room presidents of a class. The Class Councils have worked hard with the student council in preparing a handbook. Next year the big project of the class councils will be helping the student council finish the point system. Senior Class: Sonny Loud (president), Ruble Smith (vice president), Sue Powell (secretary), Harold Pillow (treasurer), Marian Chapman (ioi), Joe Matisco (102), Dot Douglas (103), Joe Rush- brooke (104), Douglas Walker (105). Junior Class: Billy Young (president), Bob Haupt (vice president), Marlene Gallion (secre¬ tary), Jean Campbell (treasurer), T. R. Barker (106), Connie Eakin (202), Billy Young (203), Correnia Henderson (204), Ellen O’Neill (206), Bill Robey (208). Sophomore Class: Jack Good (president), Eddie Talley (vice president), Kenneth O’Beirne (secretary), Joan Alls (treasurer), Louis Spradlin (108), Eddie Talley (109), Billy Brogan (301), Pat Donaldson (302), Martha Goodwin (303), Bill Hurt (304), Connie Moses (305), Mary Spangler (306), John Musser (308). Freshman Class: Oceile Hall (president), Darlene Terry (vice president), Mary Cook Kolmer (secretary), Georgia Crawford (treasurer), Susie Blankenship (110), Georgia Crawford (ill), Oceile Hall (112), Gus Haynes (113), Jessica Kittinger (114), Frankie Norton (115), Ruth St. Clair (116), Shirley Thomas (117). Eighth Grade: Carroll Sue Sink (president), Karen Johnston (vice president), Shirley Eubank (secretary), Watson Mundy (treasurer), Dale Early (215), Margaret Ballard (216), Betty Jean Carroll f217), Jane Henson (218), Buddy Eakin (219), Loretta Starkey (209), Frankie Reed (210), Carroll Sue Sink (211), Watson Mundy (212), Shelby Lipps (213), Creed Frazier (214). 4 108 f ! 1

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cetera Name—R«y j, .Sweetest gin t-napman Pet Peeve—J Favorite food- Favorite poem Ambition_s«-i Chanel. Wish —A nnuai so conceited X L Zl 88 the at i h r cLr - n y %tet d vi,:s !t - NEWS ITEM NO 2- ■ it . iillri istmiA SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951 Play George Wash. High In Danville Tomorrow Night vis Loses To Jeff er Hard Battle Congratulations Due Cheerleaders And Band Members Name—Martha Pet Peeve—Up, Ambition—hav, stma s Dance. Wish—I wish lever end What do you ijj everything exeej rays. Favorite Song- Pet Love—Ever a Wolverines engaged Jeffer- iigh Friday night in the Le- ;ym and after a hard battle by the score of 49 to 39. the first half the Wolverines i hard time to get In the scor- olumn, but in the second half came back to give Jefferson a scare. The shooting of Jef- n’s Bucky Long soon had Roa- out of danger in the four v ng from Jei ffW’ r for the - ’ ly coll, itinfe si ew Lev le founa of a 49 U ivvis Will e !iay night f Iraen from Friday night, the students got their first good look at their new cheerleaders and they ware pleas¬ ed with what they saw, Doris Smith, Sue Powell, Phyllis Bandy, Kitty Obenchain, and Annette Garst really shown at their first game, tv cheerleaders, Mary " yce Piymale, Shtsr- Compton, Mv-tha NlVV nd ,1;; . v .iey ■5—To have a dt two weeks befor« would ' ON THE BALL’ By Doris Alderman I .i. ,■ Talbert—Andy Martin B Rehearsals started last Mot for the performance to be g December 3th at 8:30. Crew plans will be published at a date. The Drama Department • " end of clothes of th yr,.,. » ' ; At Fir vt f s ’ Sk w n any girls have reported for stbali practice, hut some are needed for the eight grade The girls that have reported senior team are as follows: Paxton, Ann Thompson, Jo owalter, Mary Ann Logan, ’aimer, Jean Cook, Doris Angie Minter, Margaret Ann Lindenmood, Joyce Sergeant Palmer. Hi-Y 1 le Hi-Y finally j again last it [Miller pre£ente jf program at th ing. The topic oi |‘Do I Couut,” whi I ‘Teen Talks. " Thursday evening i.embers of the cl er for a Sunday Sc iys, ages of four thn the Shiloh Bantt - Tll % B axj Promise , “f exn ri«eu f C(J PecitM »)ad must aJ , l y a «o« h OVB „ I Ho hack to —-». € sem ■ ■„ . Orkl Tt . L_ J j wis Delegates ttend Hi-Y Meet thinking of our 5odui«e. U ' odgh, we should re- ; --g -who suffered be- 11 k m attend school on L l f «5r parents. Aftet biW - .now there were I- who Were on Iht NNY UP- Why—4 t»J iv ' 1 tayed out all day . , . Club . i ' l J ts often n,i 6 Lewi m ut “ ° al ft a 1 l c »k , inu US , m ‘ F rnik ‘ y - social ‘ , 0 f«e«d m » charge « 5 " ' -V fa " »«• the dui, u m Vir. every otle M is he ad time ptts ha pot hi t ion ood to eat. d The Andrew Lewis Hi-Y ,|eir workshop program at , j. M. C. A., in Roanoke , fhursday. This program wa the offic ers and committee-m tJI the members of the Hi-Y ii Picioity. I Andrew Lewis was well r [sented there by Donald Thom :Fr»»k Chapman, Jimmy Bea: 11 Sears. After a short but e r Jgram, they were divid. ,’erent groups and sei •te rooms, whei e they I :,- ' 1 jct.D . ore erniiij " sibilitics and duties o ' -...nuiy:. dubs Editor-in-chief ..Dot Douglas Associate Editors—Martha Donald¬ son and Ray Jennings Boys Sports Editors—Bill Scott,, Bill Rakes, and Wilson Kolmer Girls Sports Editor—Doris Aider- man Feature Writers—Iris Jo Cundiff, Shirley Moses, Faye Carter, Mary Sue Missimer, J. Arthur Beycrle, Jr. Reportorial Staff—Patty Donald¬ son, Peggy Layman, Carole Stroup, Virginia Miller, Faye Phlegar, Glenna Dulaney, Doug Sutphin, Mary Smith, Genova Smith. Head Typists—Helen Garst and Jean McCormick. Circulation Managers—Doris Mar¬ tin, Peggy Hylton, and Faye Murray. Faculty Adviser—John H. Snapp. ■oiverines who a I nehburg for a Sil V 1 The HilHoppots VI for the State ttt of Andrew bf ,nder the enttaSJT at ib mention Roa- ‘-Spruban gave a spduced the team jabcisms. e we-s the assemblj tSj , Lewis’ spirt red uce at the pa uvA • t was dyna a the Jeffite a tvd thfe Lewis high . equate Yrtsmanshij ' wber® M» tU ‘ Tbe b?Tl toy « n i ant ' C0Sta «!es B J tUO e(l °rmiT , m 4 tit e « " " sss Jt frack Team Begii Practice Soon lem er of School i« bIo» tte t : boM • srage J th ... » c1 fy, On its veek. H e 4.,- p t Wren’s s dbt an ition is 5 ' veft ns « ot ' r r‘iSV,ss J Pre-Game Assembly Wakei Up Lewis H. S, Editorial a «thd e, ghte f ! wt . Well, the big new , has at ■n released. The 1 I r has finally b©t I d whether you lik | Cutest — Doris P hnson Most Personality ■nald Thompson iMi Most Popular - eods, Sonny Loud Most Dependablt I ■rnarid, Ray Jeutl rig la approaching and track under Coach This should be a moal 1 season with the retu J lettermen, includinj ing: and 220 yard dash—T George Gearhart; 440 ►Sonny Loud and Ted ialf Mile—Ruble Smith Robertson, Bobby C) Jump—Sonny Loud, ‘ ri; High Jump—George Hardies—Buddy Snead Most Likely to Si apman, Wilson R Most Original—D is Matisco i Most Talented— ! bby Stanley Wittiest—Lillian nnson Typical Senior— .ble Smith Friendliest — A ung, Bob Miller Most Sinecere—J ggy Miller Best Leaders—Jc , Mae Minnick Most V ersatile—« iold Pillow Most Intellectual-

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Mac Minnick . President Patty Donaldson . Vice President Katherine Powell . Secretary Ray Jennings . Treasurer Peggy Layman I Sonny Loud . Executive Board Wilson Kolmer J Mrs. Virginia Houchens . Sponsor Gales of cheers echoing through the building! Surprised? Of course not. You know it’s just that new, up-and-coming, Pep Club yelling their lungs out for their school and team. However, it’s not all play. A most successful project, a hop featuring the Home-Coming Queen, was sponsored by this, the newest club at Andrew Lewis, during football season. And we hope to improve it and con¬ tinue it for years to come. Starting this year our able cheerleaders will be chosen from this club. The purpose of the Pep Club is to keep up our loyalty and school spirit. VVe know it will succeed. Much luck, Pep Club! First Row, Left to Right: . Smiley, A. Garst, B. Compton, M. Goodwin, M. Minnick, J. Plymale, P. Bandy, S. Powell, A. Obenchain, D. Smith. Second Row: P. Arthur, J. Bain, IV. Kolmer, S. Loud, P. Layman, R. Jennings, K. Powell, P. Donald¬ son, Mrs. Houchens (Sponsor), P. Smith, E. O ' Neill, M. Painter , P. Logan. Third Row: M. Feld, N. Carroll , R. Feld, J. Deyerle, P. Deyerle, S. Eubank, P. Johnson, G. Draper, D. Martin, E. Barnett, S. Tinnell, B. Barnett, F. Robey, C. Rock. Fourth Row: J. Tingler, S. Hankins, M. Anderson, M. Hoback , H. Garst, D. Douglas, I. Helton, C. Zini , P. Carper, fV. Auvil, E. Holliday, B. Gresham, H. Grubb, V. Miller. Fifth Row: J. Frier, S. Compton, M. Rutrough, A. Roach, S. Sumner, A. Lewis, C. Powell, D. Lewis, J. Show alter, J. Farmer, S. Moses, M. Logan, S. Kime, B. Moore. Sixth Row: S. Thomas, C. Stroupe, G. Hurt, B. Spruhan, F. Painter, S. Blankenship, E. Pojf, 0. Hall, G. Crawford, M. Smith, N. Vicellio, B. Taylor, L. Lucas, M. Missimer, P. Stone. Seventh Row: J. McCormick, J. McDaniel, B. Allen, D. Overstreet, S. Martin, S. Carter, E. Honaker, P. Long, G. Smith. PEP

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