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

 - Class of 1951

Page 120 of 184

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 120 of 184
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Page 120 text:

Left to Right: Alva Conner, Peggy Miller, Mrs. Alexander (customer), William McMahan. Mr. Alexander (Sponsor), Josephine Winn, Johnny Hankins. Robert Mitchell, George Collins, Andrew Overstreet, John Obenchain. Barbara Overton, Sue Harris, Bettye Lou Rettinger. D. E. CLUB OFFICERS Peggy Miller —Delegate to State Convention... Robert Mitchell. Josephine Winn. Andrew Overstreet. John Obenchain. Barbara Overton. . President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . Parliamentarian Editor Promotion Manager Club activities are planned to develop leadership and give experience in committee work. Our club projects consisted of room displays in cooperation with the F. H. A. Club at the Salem Furniture Company, a square dance with the F. F. A. Club, Thanksgiving basket for a needy family, and caring for the display case in the hall. A going away party was held for a member leaving school, and an alumni party for all former D. E. students. The Area Convention was held in Roanoke with the Fleming, Jefferson, Lynchburg, Martinsville, and Bedford Clubs in preparation for the State Convention. During the State Convention the Andrew Lewis Club was rated a Superior Club, the second highest honor in State Distributive Education Clubs. { 114 }

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First Row, Left to Right: Billy Young, Mac Minnick, Lillian Wimmer, Jennie Smiley, Dick Agee, Jeanne Lynch Hobbs. Second Row: Pat Whitescarver, Glenna Dulaney, Joe Matisco, Marian Chapman, Mary Sue Missimer, Eleanor Porter¬ field, Ellen O ' Neill, Betty Paxton, Diane Overstreet. Joyce Herrin, Elizabeth McDaniel, Ruble Smith, Bob Miller, Joe Rushbrooke, Jo Anne Showalter, Mary Alice Woods. Robert Carter. Third Row: Sonny Loud, Jo Anne McDaniel, Sue Powell, Martha Donaldson, Anna Margaret Young, Mary Ann I.ogan, Imogene Helton, Georgia Butterakos, Frances Alls, Sue Lilly, Shirley Garst, Patty Donaldson, Lorraine McDaniel, Marshall Mundy. Inset, Sponsors: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Slrickler. National Forensic League Members FORENSICS “Phew-ee-ee-ee!!” What on earth is that weird noise? Oh, that’s only Mrs. Strickler’s public speaking class practicing for the “Uncle Remus Ghost Story.” “Come on up folks; here’s youth, beauty, grace, cunning art—anything you desire for half a hundred dollars,” Professor Bob Miller in our “Magic” program. “Hats off, the flag is passing by . . just one of our patriotic speeches entered for the American Legion Contest. There were eight speakers in this contest, but Joe Rushbrooke and Jo Anne Showalter came out with medals. Then, “Whistle, whistle, old wife, and you’ll get a hen,” exclaimed the heavy voices in the choric reading. “De man, he sot his eyes on de oman . . .” that was Georgia practicing her Negro dialect. “Cut!” No, we aren’t making a movie, but cutting speeches from books for the generations to come. There is an air of dignity prevailing when Mac and Joe give orations on the Constitution and Mac goes up for the district contest. Hark again! From room 106—Airs. Smith’s—excited voices resound through Old Andrew Lewis’ Halls. What? A Welfare State? Arguments pro and con! Humor, sarcasm, brains (?)! It’s not all fun— very worth-while debating—showing us there are always two sides to every question. All in all we feel that our time has not been wasted. Come join us! You don’t know what you are missing! { 113



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tl s ® . ■ 1 -ff ■ ? ’■ First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Putnam, S. Thomas, P. Stone, S. Eubank, C. Slroupe, G. Crawford, B. Monger, L. Foster, B. Harris, O. Hall Second Row: 5. Compton, P. Ferris, S. Webb, M. Eller, C. Houchins, V. Hailey, B. Carroll, L. Biggs, M. Monger, E. Sanders, G. Snider, A. Smothers, G. Spencer. Third Row: D. Slough, F. Robey, S. Tinnell, V. Fisher, A. Lee, S. Lipps, L. Lancaster, C. Martin, D. Jordan, D. Doyle, P. Deyerle, S. De¬ hart, N. Turman, J. West. Fourth Row: M. Mabes, S. Barnard, S. Garst, A. Blankenship, J. Goode, M. Baxton, E. Fleshman, S. Nunley, O. Nichols, C. Sink, L. Clem, M. Hall, B. Burk, C. Brammer. Fifth Row: 5. Boone, R. Manning, F. Crockett, J. Munsey, B. Conway, G. Hurt, J. Robertson, B. Henderson, J. Powers, M. Phlegar, V. Taylor, M. Wills, H. Williams, E. Wickham. Sixth Row: B. Spruhan, M. Hopkins, B. Hawley, J. Wertz, J. Hackman, A. Mills, F. Muse, A. Hartman, S. Hankins, B. Honaker, D. Willis, J. Furrow, P. Rutledge, E. Poff. Seventh Row: F. Headen, D. Terry, D. Broyles, M. Wilbourne, M. Hinchee, C. Hall, B. Hallman, D. Hall, S. Tolliver, A. Huffman, J. Henson, C. Jewell, R. Folks, M. Boothe. Eighth Row: G. Barnett. O. Blount, B. Black, M. Tichenor, B. Sullivan, S. Morgan, F. Painter, S. Blankenship, M. Smith, G. Smith, P. Long, D. Cundiff, R. Faries. Ninth Row: 5. Brown, D. Crawford, S. Boley, M. Ballard, I. Keyes, V. Poole, F. Reed, N. Smith, C. Moore, B. Miles, E. Earley. JUNIOR Y-TEENS OFFICERS Georgia Crawford. . . Libby Foster. Betty Jo Harris. .. . Carole Stroupe. . . . Oceile Hall. Betty Jean Monger Shirley Thomas. . . . Shirley Eubank. . . . Mrs. M. Putnam. . . . President .... Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman . . W.orld Fellowship . Devotionals . Publicity . Sp onsor We, the Junior Y-Teens, have had quite a busy year; but it hasn’t been all work and no play. One of our greatest attainments is having our own newspaper, “The Y-Teen Chatter,” which is issued twice a month. We have participated in several of the projects of the local Y-Teen clubs, as well as some of our own. At Christmas we contributed chocolate bars to “Chocolates for Christmas,” and later, soap for “Soap for Korea.” We prepared a Christmas basket for a poor family in Salem. In February we sent Valentines and candy to the Veterans Facility. This year we sponsored a dance at the “Y, ” a skating party, a picnic, and a slumber party. We are proud of our accomplishments and hope we have lived up to our purpose which is: To grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. 4 115 }

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