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

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| HF 1 V v i: ANDREW LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL Salem, Virginia . J 1 JJ I, 6 0 ' • Y Vf V b OOfOL v % ' N CM. ■ TtV vi.„. v - : . vV xj p. V QoSV - ' .zj z£bt d%cf ■ £V ■• « =z£ j I Published By THE STUDENT BODY Andrew Lewis High School - Salem, Virginia The Kick-Oft In this, the twentieth year that these walls Have stood, within which we have played our Game, This book your humble minstrels offer you, The epic of the past year’s mighty deeds And of its heroes. Truly, we relate The tale for your, our patrons’, pleasure, that You may relive fully the victories, The hopes, the defeats you have experienced In this, your bout before the main event, Your scrimmage at the sidelines previous To playing well the big important game, The wind-up of the pitch before the ball Is thrown, the warming-up time just before The whistle sounds that summons us into Our greatest Game of all, the one called Life. sW VO a Miss Annie Virginia Cook Sportsmanship Award For your deep understanding, for your Enthusiasm and warm sympathy, For your untiring efforts, your love of Fair play, your heartfelt friendliness, with pride And gratitude we dedicate to you, A person invaluable to us, The nineteen fifty-two edition of The Pioneer. JENNIE THOMPSON Assistant Editor BETTY PARRISH Copy Writer The Pioneer ELLEN O’NEILL Editor-in-Chief MRS. BERTHA C. FISHER Editorial Adviser Lois Sirry Connie Eakin V ..., June Leffel J Marshall Mundy ) Barbara Stevens J Frances Brickey Charlotte Burford Adrienne Anderson Barbara Mitchell Peggy Layman Editorial Staff .Copy Writers Sports Editors . Typists Harriett Grubb Carol Gregson Joe Anne Frier Mary Anne Simmons Ellen Sample Peggy Pasley 1 Louise M oore j Correnia Henderson Sidney Henson Shirley Garst. Class Editors .. Layout Artists Activities Editors . Features Editor Staff 1952 T. R. BARKER Assistant Business Manager BILLY YOUNG Advertising Manager RICHARD MORAN Business Manager MRS. GLADYS E. GILLESPIE Business Adviser Nancy Garst Patricia Johnston Glenna Dulaney Elaine Holliday Shirley Tuttle Jalean Pickett Bettye Gresham Betty McCormack Beverly Taylor Katherine Powell Janice Musser Business Stait Georgenia Draper Eleanor Porterfield Charles Gwaltney. . . . Dorothy Patsel 1 Virginia Peters Advertising Staff Shirley Martin I .... Kitty Obenshain Billy Brogan Jolynne Draper Dewey Clower David Little . . . .Advertising Staff Circulation Manager Circulation Staff Photographers Contents: OFFICIALS TEAMS GAMES CONCESSIONS SIDELIGHTS FANS N Officials Student Council .... President Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer OFFICERS Bill Robey. Jack Good. Connie Eakin. Billy Young. Our Student Council is our Committee on Rules. This group constantly strives to further the spirit of co-operation among us because they realize that teamwork is most essential if the game is to be won. Knowing that to lose is better than to win dishonestly, they have keenly impressed the importance of honor and fair play upon us. The shining example set by the Student Council has instilled within us the desire for irreproachable sportsmanship rather than transient victory. First Row, Left to Right: Carol Stroupe, Connie Eakin, Bill Robey, Jack Good, Billy Young, Leon Ingram Second Row: Mrs. Rice, Patty Donaldson, Dewey Clower, Eddie Talley, Jennie Thompson, Joe Rice, T. R. Barker, Sue Weaver, Karen Johnston, Bobby Brown, Joan Alls, Mrs. Strickler Not Pictured: Miss Webb, Sponsor MR. E. B. BROADWATER Principal Throughout the pages of the Pioneer this year, the reader may trace the theme, “ Sports.” Sports, if they accomplish their purpose in a school, will enable students to reach two goals which all youth holds dear, a strong body and a fine spirit. Noble spirit and good sportsmanship are synonymous. The youth who by nature or by home training possesses a fine spirit, easily adjusts his actions to the principles of good sportsmanship. The influence of these rules of action develops in his associates the same fine spirit that he has shown. Who is a good sport? Though it is difficult to describe him, every student knows his characteristics. They are respect for authority, consideration for the opponent in a contest, ability to meet victory without “malicious exultation” or to take defeat without grouchiness, and a will to be courteous at all times. The good sport may not be the star on the team. His name may not fill the headlines of the sports page. He is known, however, for his real worth. He is the ideal of every student in his school. In years to come, he will be in their memories a fixed and brilliant star serving as a guide to fine spirit and better sportsmanship. E. B. Broadwater Faculty Mr. E. B. Broadwater Principal Mr. F. Carroll Alexander Consumer Economics, Distributive Education Mr. Robert S. Ames General Science, Physics Mrs. Evelyn L. Blake Home Economics Mr. Paul E. Brogan Advanced Arithmetic Mrs. Marie L. Brookes English, Social Science Mrs. Nancy S. Cheek Home Economics Mrs. Dorothea F. Chick Arithmetic, Science Mr. Lauritz Christensen Band Mr. Paul K. Coffman General Science Miss Annie Virginia Cook Latin Mr. Herbert M. Copenhaver Driver Education, Assistant Football Coach, J. l Basketball Coach Mr. Walter C. Crawford Track Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Physical Education, Economic Geography Mrs. Margaret V. Easter History Mrs. Bertha C. Fisher English 4 10 }- Faculty Mrs. Mary O. Garner History Mrs. Gladys E. Gillespie General Mathematics Miss Mary H. Goodwin Typing Mrs. Mary Hackman English, History Mr. Edwin K. Harless Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Physical Education, Audio¬ visual Director Mr. J ohn Hodges, Jr. Shop, Mechanical Drawing Mrs. Virginia L. Houchens English Mrs. Julia B. Hylton Arithmetic, Science Mrs. Lillian G. Jennings Arithmetic, Science Mrs. Opal S. Keffer Algebra, General Mathematics Miss Alice B. Kidd English, Social Science Miss L. Mildred Kidd English, Social Science Mr. Robert E. Kinzie Agriculture Mr. Emmette W. Lilly Shop Mrs. Rose F. Little English, Latin { 11 ► Faculty Miss Edith E. Luke Social Science, Science Miss Edna L. Mantz Biology, Science Miss Jimmie M. Martin Physical Education Miss Mary Jane Maxwell Arithmetic Miss Annie McConkey Geometry, Trigonometry Miss Dorothy C. Miller English, French Mrs. Mary S. Parrish Arith met ic, English Mrs. Carrie M. Pedigo English Mrs. Nelle H. Peery M usic Mr. James E. Peters Agriculture Miss Elsie M. Proffitt Shorthand, Typing Mrs. Marilyn M. Putnam History Mrs. Louise D. Rice Algebra, Geometry Mr. W. Murphy Scott Veterans’ Agriculture Training Mrs. Ethel S. Shockey Algebra, Advanced Arithmetic 4 12 Faculty Mrs. Louise E. Shriver Librarian Mrs. Forrest M. Smith Civics, Debating, Sociology Mrs. Pearl C. Strickler English, Public Speaking Mrs. Eileen Tramposch Bookkeeping, Office Practice, Typing Miss Leslie V. Watkins Biology Miss Pauline Webb Biology, Chemistry Mrs. Elsie K. Wertz English, Social Science Miss Mary E. Wrigiit Assistant Librarian, General Science Mrs. Della Bradley Manager of Cafeteria Mrs. Evelyn G. Foley Secretary to the Principal Mrs. Ruth C. Robinson Secretary NOT PICTURED Mrs. Helen J. Ames Home Economics Miss Sarah C. Goodwin English Mr. Harold L. Johnston Football Coach, Physical Education Mr. John H. Snapp English Mrs. Brame P. Spessard English, Social Science 4 13 }■ Salem Town Government Day i-lop Bms. 2—Like father, like son. 3 —Gals with lots of money. 4 —Checking those lights. 5—Once in a lifetime. b-Gctting prepard for a fire. 7—Our street cleaners. 8—Efficient clerks?! 9—Very interesting, eh? 10—Which one will referee? 11—Another father-son team. 12—Going for a ride. 13—Please don’t get sick, girls! 14—Confusing ' 15—How much. $ 0,6 t 6 14 Teams Varsity Team OFFICERS Bili.y Young. T. R. Barker. Marlene Gallion. Jean Campbell. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer We are the Varsity, taking our last turn at carrying the ball, Sandlot, Reserves, Junior Varsity, Reserves, all, All grown a little taller, a little stronger, a little wiser, A little more gracious, sophisticated, if you like, and blither. We have played the game well, we think, for five years, And may we not be forgiven if we expect at parting a tear, cheers? Tomorrow Reserves, Juniors, the Varsity is you. We? We shall be on the sidelines seeing you through. He has been out front this year with a leadership supreme. His untiring efforts we hold in highest esteem. Both the Varsity and fans unceasingly have sung Praises of our captain, Billy Young. The varsity’s co-captain this year was Ted Barker With his jolly good humour he was always a sparker. Whether we had a win, a loss, a forfeit or a tie With Ted standing ready, our spirit could never die. When the game became rough and we were almost down, On Ted we could depend to bring us around. So diligently she worked to bring her team fame, No matter what the score, she was loyal throughout the game. Until each task was completed, she gave her best. As our recorder, Marlene Gallion has passed every test. We owe our appreciation, sincere To the Manager of our Funds all during the year. The team knew they could always depend Upon Jean Campbell’s helping them win. Novella Agee Bettye Akers Phyllis Bandy T. R. Barker senior CLASS Barbara Barnett Shirley Barnett William Barnett James Bayne Jack Bayse Winfred Beahm Barbara Bennett Barbara Blackwell OF FIFTY-TWO Nancy Boone Anne Bower Odrie Bowling Frances Brickey Mary Briggs Charlotte Burford Jean Campbell Nancy Carroll SENIOR CLASS Peggy Carter Robert Carter Frank Chapman,Jr. Jack Cochran Edith Conner Jack Cooper John Cooper Harold Corbin OF FIFTY-TWO Paul Crawford Marshall Denison June Deyerle Thomas Dooley Fay Doyle Nelson Dudley Gi.enna Dulaney Connie Eakin SENIOR CLASS Doris Eller Everette Ellers Nancy Fariss Ruby Feld David Ferguson Edward Ferguson Thomas Fields Danease Flowers OF FIFTY-TWO Don Garst Rose Garst Shirley Garst Lillie Beli.e Gartman SENIOR CLASS Darlene Gearhart Margery Gouge Bettye Grant Bettye Gresham Roger Griffith Henry Griggs Edith Grisso Ruth Grossman OF FIFTY-TWO Harriett Grubb Richard Hale Oscar Hall Tommie Hall Faye Hancock Dolores Harris Marjie Harris Jack Harrison SENIOR CLASS Charlotte Hartman Robert Haupt Correnia Henderson Sidney Henson Herman Hill Nancy Hill Elaine Holliday Doris Hopkins OF FIFTY-TWO Barbara Howard Sue Hughes Edwin Hull Nancy Hurt Virginia Jarvis Mary Grace Jennings Dorothy Johnson Pauline Jones SENIOR CLASS Fred Jordan, Jr. Donald Kemp Sagen Kime Howard Kirkwood Bobby Kraige Peggy Layman Ann Lewis Elaine Lilly OF FIFTY-TWO Sue Lilly Roy Lindamood Nancy Lipps Patricia Logan Daisy Long Leonard Martin Martha Martin Erline McAllister SENIOR CLASS Betty McCauley James McGue Charles McNutt Jerry Meade Keith Meador Mary Katherine Miller Constance Mills Evelyn Mills OF FIFTY-TWO Ray Mills Odell Minnix Mary Sue Missimer Barbara Mitchell Joan Mitchell Louise Moore Richard Moran Faye Mowbray SENIOR CLASS Bobby Mowles Marshall Mundy Janice Musser Paul Noble Jerry Noblitt Irma O’Beirne Kitty Obenshain Ellen O’Neill OF FIFTY-TWO Jacqueline Osborne Boyd Overstreet Mildred Painter James Palmer Betty Parrish Peggy Pasley Dorothy Patsel Nancy Peters SENIOR CLASS Virginia Peters Geneva Peterson Jalean Pickett Mae Poff Eleanor Porterfield Katherine Powell Donald Pugh Josephine Rader OF FIFTY-TWO Leon Ramsey Barbara Reynolds Robert Rhudy Alice Roach Bill Robey Glenn Rowe Ellen Sample Donald Robertson SENIOR CLASS Bill Scott Loretta Scott Phyllis Secrest Charles Shelton Larry Simmons Mary Ann Simmons Harry Simpson Lois Sirry OF FIFTY-TWO Marcelene Smith Philip Smith Ralph Snyder Donald Stacy Jacquelyn Stepp Robert Stepp Barbara Stevens Lois Stultz SENIOR CLASS James Stump Sarah Sumner Barbara Taliaferro Patricia Templeton Leona Thompson Lewis Thompson Virginia Thompson Joyce Trescott OF FIFTY-TWO Judith Trevillian Mary Ann Turner Sandra Turner Iris Turpin 0 David Vecellio Richard Viar Norma Vecellio Thomas Vest Jeanette Viar SENIOR CLASS Mary Walker Raymond Watson Estelle Webb Franklin West Jean Wheeler Franklin Wildhaber Patsy Willis OF FIFTY-TWO Ray Wimmer Billy Young Donna Young Nancy Young Most Likely to Succeed Connie Eakin Bill Robey senior 19 Most Versatile Marlene Gallion Richard Moran Best Leaders Jean Campbell Billy Young Best Looking Eleanor Porterfield Frankie West mirror 52 Most Dependable Glenna Dulaney Harry Simpson Most Athletic Ann Lewis Jack Harrison ■1 SENIOR 19 ff ittiest Mary Sue Missimer Eddie Ferguson Most Popular Jennie Thompson Marshall Mundy Cutest Joe Anne Frier Bobby Kraice MIRROR 52 Typical Seniors Ellen O’Neill Bob Haupt Best School Spirit Kitty Obenshain Frank Chapman Most Personality Kaccy Powell Paul Crawford Senior Directory NOVELLA EULA AGEE Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, S; S. C. A., 2, 5; F. H. A., 3. 4. Treasurer, 4; Choral, 2, 3; Junior Choir, 4. BETTYE SUE AKERS Junior Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A., 2. 3; Choral, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Public Speaking, 3; F. H. A., 5; Latin Club, 4; Monitor, 4. PHYLLIS ANNE BANDY Junior Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A., 2; Operetta, 2, 3; Senior Y-Teens. 3; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; May Court, 4; Cheerleader, 4, 5; Junior Choir. 4; Senior Choir, 2, 3, 5; Dance Recital, 3, 4; Hockey Team, 4; Basketball, 3. THEODORE ROOSEVELT BARKER, JR. Hi-Y, 2, 3. Sergeant-at-Arms, 3; Home Room President, 3, 4; Class Council, 3, 4, 5; Student Council, 5; Projection Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Varsity Football, 3, 4,5, Co-Captain, 5; Varsity Track, 3, 5; Latin Club, 3; Plebeian Consul, 3; Annual Follies, 5; Stage Crew, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Play, 2, 3, 4; Vice President, Senior Class; Mayor of Salem. 5; Monogram Club. 3, 4, 5, President. 5; Annual Staff, 5, Assistant Business Manager; Newspaper Staff. 5; Assembly Committee, 5; Drama, 2, 3, 4; Monitor, 4; Junior Varsity Football, 2. BARBARA ANNE BARNETT S. C. A., 2; F. H. A., 3, 4, Reporter, 4; 4-H Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Choral, 2; Junior Choir, 3; Senior Choir. 5; Basketball, 4; Volley Ball, 4; Mana¬ ger, 4. SHIRLEY MAE BARNETT Choral, 2, 3; Typing Club, 2; F. H. A., 2, 4, President; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Junior Choir, 3, 4; Library Club, 3. WILLIAM HAMPTON BARNETT JAMES THOMAS BAYNE, JR. JACK BENTLEY BAYSE Home Room President, 2; Projection Club. 3, 4; Beta Club, 4, 5; Monogram Club. 4, 5; Track Manager, 4, Track, 5; Class Council, 2; Student Council, 2. CARL WINFRED BEAHM Choral, 2, 3; Industrial Arts Club, 4, 5; Public Speaking, 5; Senior Choir, 5. BARBARA ANN BENNETT Junior Y-Teens, 2; Archery, 3; Volleyball, 3; Sports Club, 3; Home Ec. Club, 3; Y-Teens, 3, 4. 5; S. C. A., 4, 5; Gym Assistant. 3, 4; May Court Dancer, 3; Dance Recital, 4; May Court, 4; D. E. Club, 5. BARBARA DELORES BLACKWELL Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4; Monitor, 4. NANCY LORAINE BOONE Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2, 3; F, H. A., 4, 5; Public Speaking, 3; Senior Choir, 5; Pep Club, 5; Monitor, 4. ELIZABETH ANNE BOWER Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Sports Club, 4; Basket¬ ball 3; Softball, 2, 3; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4; Monitor, 4; Easter Pageant, 3, 4. ODRIE A. BOWLING Latin Club, 3; 4-H Club, 1; Band, 2, 3, 4, 5. MARY FRANCES BRICKEY Student Council. 3; Class Council, 1, 5; Beta Club. 3, 4, 5, Program Chairman, 5; Latin Club, 3; S. C. A,, 2, 4, 5, Vice President, 5; Y-Teens. 2, 3; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Home Room President, 1,5; Hockey, 4; Drama, 4; Christmas Pageant. 4; Girls’ State Delegate, 4; Salem Day, Assistant Town Manager; Monitor. 4. MARY STUMP BRIGGS 4-H Club, 1; F. H, A„ 3, 4; Choral, 2, 3. CHARLOTTE JUANITA BURFORD S. C. A., 2, 3, 4. 5; Library Club, 2; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A. Program Committee, 5; Y-Teens Invitation Committee. 5; Y-Teens Home Room Captain. 4; Monitor, 4; Senior Choir, 4; Annual Staff. 5: Annual Follies, 5; Choral. 2, 3, 4; Easter Pageant, 4; Library Assistant, 2; Christmas Program. 4; Thanks¬ giving Program. 4. JEAN STONE CAMPBELL Home Room President, 2; Library Club, 2; Junior Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A , 2; Choral, 2, 3; Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Senior Y- Teens, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 4, President, 5, Vice President of Y-Teen Inter-Club Council, 5. Editor of Y-Teen Newsette, 4; Delegate. Y-Teen Richmond Conference, 5; Delegate to Southeast Regional Y-Teen Conference, 4; Y-Teen Washington Trip. 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5, Praetor. 3; Treasurer of Junior Class; May Court, 4, 5; Treasurer of Senior Class; Class Council, 2. 3, 4, 5; Public Speaking, 5. Public Speaking Play. 5; American Legion Contest. 5; National Forensics League, 5; Pep Club. 5. Executive Officer, 5; Assembly Planning Committee, 5; Drama, 4; Christmas Pageant, 4; D. A. R. Winner, 5; Salem Day Health Officer; Senior Mirror. ROBERT CARLTON CANDLER NANCY JANE CARROLL S. C. A., 2, 3, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3. 4, 5; F. H. A., 3, 4, F. H. A. Fashion Show, 3, 4; Pep Club, 4, 5; Sports Club, 4, 5; Basketball, 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 2, 3; Hockey, 4; News¬ paper Staff, 5; Modern Dance, 3, 4. PEGGY JOYCE CARTER ROBERT LESLIE CARTER Choral, 2; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 3, 5; Debasing, 4; Public Speaking, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5; Monitor, 4. WILLIAM FRANK CHAPMAN, JR. Student Council, 2; F. F. A., 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Hi-Y, 3, 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms, 4, 5; Monogram, 4, 5; Junior Varsity Football, 2; Varsity Football, 3, 4, 5; Salem Day, Town Manager; Senior Mirror. JACK WHETSOL COCHRAN Industrial Arts, 3, 4, 5. WALTER CLINTON COLLINS EDITH ELIZABETH CONNER S. C. A., 4; Choral, 2, 3; Music, 4, 5. JACK ROBERT COOPER Industrial Arts Club, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 5. JOHN DOUGLAS COOPER Industrial Arts Club, 3, 4, 5; Distributive Education Club, 5. HAROLD LEE CORBIN Industrial Arts Club, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5. PAUL FLENNER CRAWFORD Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, 5. Chaplain, 4; Treasurer, 5; Inter-Club Hi-Y Council, 4; Convention, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; F. F. A., 3, 4, 5, Sentinel, 5; Public Speaking Contest, 3, 4, 5, Winner of School. Federation and District, 4; Easter Pageant. 3, 4. 5; National Forensics League, 5; Football Manager, 4, 5; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5, President, 5; Operetta, 3, 5; S. C. A., 2; Christmas Play, 4. CHARLES ERNEST DAY F. F. A„ 4, 5. WALTER MARSHALL DENISON Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5; Operetta 2, 3, 5; S. C. A., 2; Fire Fighting Crew, 5; Varsity Football Manager, 5; Monogram Club, 5; Hi-Y. 3, 4, 5; Stage Crew, 2, 3; Andrew Lewis Quartet; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5. JUNE MARIE DEYERLE Beta Club, 3, 4. 5; S. C. A„ 2. 3. 4; Public Speaking, 3; F. H. A., 5; Pep Club, 4, 5. ROBERT THOMAS DOOLEY, JR. Varsity Football, 5; Junior Varsity Football, 4; Varsity Basket¬ ball, 5; Monogram Club. 5; Track, 5; Hi-Y Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Chaplain, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2; Annual Follies, 5. DOLORES FAY DOYLE S. C. A., 5; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; 4-H Club, 3, 4, Secretary; County 4-H Council Secretary, 5, County Council Song Leader, 4; Delegate to 4-H State Short Course at V. P. I.. 2, 3; Hockey, 4; Halloween Play. 5; Latin Club. 2; Easter Pageant, 2; Public Speaking, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2. Senior Directory NELSON KELLY DUDLEY Junior Varsity Basketball, 4; Varsity Basketball, S; D. E. Club, Treasurer, S. GLENNA MAE DULANEY Stape Crew, 2, 3, 4; Debating, 4. 5; Newspaper Staff, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff, 5; S. C. A.. 2, 5; Junior Y-Teens, Chairman, 5; Senior Y-Teens, Devotional Chairman, 3, 4, 5; Christmas Play, 5; Dramatics, 4; County Fair, 4. Chairman of Home Room; Dance Recital, 3, 4, Costumes; Annual Follies, 5; Monitor, 4; Senior Mirror. FRANCES CONSTANCE EAKIN Latin Club, 2, 3, 4; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Beta Club, 3, 4. 5; Student Council, 4, 5. Secretary; Representative to Girls’ State, 4; Home Room President, 3, 4; Class Council, 3, 4, 5; Basket¬ ball. 4; Annual Follies, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5; S. C. A., 5; Easter Pageant, 2, 3; President of Junior Choir, 4; Secretary of Senior Choir, 5; Robert E. Lee Essay Contest, Second Place; Beta Club Convention, 4; Senior Mirror. DORIS HELEN ELLER EVERETTE CLAYTON ELLERS NANCY ESTHER FARISS Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Public Speaking, 5. RUBY ANNA FELD S. C. A., 2; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Typing Club, 2; F. H. A., 2; Library Club, 3; F. H. A. Assembly, 3; F. H. A. Fashion Show, 4; Pep Club, 4; P. T. A. County Fair Talent Show Winner, 4; Monitor, 4; F. H. A., 5; Senior Y-Teens, 5; Newspaper Staff. 5; Senior Y-Teen Home Room Captain, 5; Pep Club, 5; " Ten Per-Cent Tommy,’’ Play, 5; DAVID SEABOY FERGUSON Hi-Y, 4, 5; Latin Club 3, 4; Public Speaking, 5. EDWARD LAWRENCE FERGUSON Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, 5. Secretary, 4; Basketball Manager, 3; Junior Varsity Football, 3; Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 4; Varsity Football, 4, 5; Senior Mirror. GENTRY THOMAS FIELDS DANEASE MARIE FLOWERS Eighth Grade Play; Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home Room Captain, 4; S. C. A., 3, 4, 5; D. E. Club, 5; Parliamentarian, 5. JOE ANNE FRIER Home Room President, 1,2; Student Council, 1,2; Class Council, 2; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, S; Public Speaking, 5; Public Speaking Play, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Pep Club, 5, Vice President, S; Latin Club, 3; Drama, 4; S. C. A., 2, 4, 5; Choral, 2, 3; May Court, 5; Senior Mirror. IMOJEAN COLLINS FRYE Softball, 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball. 3, 4; Soccer, 4; Volleyball, 3, 4; Sports Club, 3, 4, 5; Newspaper Staff, 5; Gym Assistant, 3, 4; F. H. A., 3, 4, 5, Delegate to State Convention, 4; D. E. Club, 5; S. C. A., 2. MARLENE VIRGINIA GALLION Class Secretary, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 5; Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 4; Y-Teens, 2, 3; Pep Club, 5; Student Council, 3; Home Room President, 1; Class Council, 1, 3, 4. 5; Library Club, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Senior Mirror; Girls’ State Dele¬ gate, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 2, 3, 4; Soccer, 3; Easter Pageant, 5. JAMES EDWARD GARNER Band, 3, 4, 5. DON ALLEN GARST Latin Club, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, S. ROSE CALDWELL GARST Band, 1; F. H. A„ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. SHIRLEY PATRICIA GARST Class Secretary. 1; Junior Y-Teens, 1; Senior Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Council, 1; S. C. A., 2; Cheerleader, 3, 4, 5; Hockey, 4; Annual Staff, 5. LILLIE BELLE GARTMAN Junior Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3; Senior Y-Teens, 4; S. C. A., 1, 4; D. E., 5, Editor Promotion Manager. DARLENE IRIS GEARHART Junior Y-Teens, 1; S. C. A., 2, 3; Tennis, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 5; Archery, 3; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5. MARJERY MAE GOUGE Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Home Room Captain, 3; S. C. A., 2, 3, 5; Choral Club, 4; Junior Choir, 4; Modern Dance, 3, 4; Modern Dance Recital, 3; Basketball, 2; Softball, 2; Volleyball, 2. BETTYE DEATON GRANT BETTYE JOAN GRESHAM Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2, 3, 4, 5; Sports Club, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 2, 3; Pep Club, 4, 5; Public Speaking Play, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Monitor, 4; Forensics, 5; Senior of the Week. ROGER LEE GRIFFITH HENRY GRIGGS D. E. Club, 5. EDITH LEE GRISSO S. C. A., 2, 3, 4; Sports Club, 3; Volleyball, 2, 3; Softball, 2, 3; Badminton, 3. RUTH ANN GROSSMAN S. C. A., 5; Latin Club, 3, 4; Choral Club; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, S. HARRIETT ANN GRUBB Choral, 2; Junior Choir, 3, 4, Accompanist, 3, 4; Senior Choir, 5, Publicity Chairman, 5; F, H. A., 3, Fashion Show, 3; S. C. A., 2, 4, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5, Senior Editor, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Choral Club, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4, 5; Hockey, 4. RICHARD GILBERT HALE Hi-Y, 3, 4, 5. OSCAR FRANKLIN HALL F. F. A„ 3, 4, 5. TOMMIE WILLIE HALL DAVID ROSS HAMILTON UNA FAYE HANCOCK Social Science Club, 1; Choral Club, 1; F. H. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club, 1, 2; Y-Teens, 1, 2; Softball, 1, 2, 3; D. E., 1; Sports Club, 1; Secretary of D. E. Club, 5. DOLORES CLAUDINE HARRIS Public Speaking, 4, Public Speaking Play; Senior Y-Teens, 5; Tennis, 3; Swimming, 4. MARGIE RUTH HARRIS (Transfer Student) Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; F. H. A., 3, 4; Band, 3, 4; Sports Club, 3, 4; Basketball, 3, 4, 5; Softball, 3, 4; Volleyball, 3, 4; Tennis, 4; Play- day, 3, 4. WILLIAM CLIFFORD HARRISON Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 5; Varsity Basketball, 4, 5, Co-Captain, 5; Track, 4, 5; Senior Mirror. CHARLOTTE ANDERSON HARTMAN ROBERT RICHARD HAUPT Vice President of Junior Class; Home Room President, 1, 5; S. C. A., 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4; Choral Club, 4, 5; Junior Choir, 4, Senior Choir, 5, Vice President, 5; Monogram Club, 5; Hi-Y, 2, 5, President, 5; Head Manager of Basketball, 5; Manager of Football, 5; Senior Mirror; Town Government Day, Vice Mayor, 5. CORRENIA LOU HENDERSON S. C. A., 2; President of Home Room, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Junior Choir, Accompanist, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Delegate to S. I. P. A. Convention, 4; Beta Convention, 4; Choral, 4. SIDNEY JEAN HENSON Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Invitation Chairman, 4; Junior Choir, Accompanist, 3, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Sports Club, 5; Hockey, 4; Annual Follies, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Operetta, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5. Senior Directory HERMAN THEODORE HILL NANCY MARION HILL Latin Club, 3, 4; Senior Y-Teens, 5; Tennis, 3; Swimming, 4. ELAINE HOLLIDAY Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Decoration Chairman, 5 ; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant. 3, 4; Sports Club. 5; Hockey, 4; Basketball, 4, 5; Volleyball, 4; Pep Club, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Choral, 2; Public Speaking Play, 5. DORIS HELENA HOPKINS BARBARA LOUISE HOWARD Junior Y-Teens. 2; Senior Y-Teens. 4; S. C. A., 4; Home Room President, 4; Class Council, 4; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Annual Follies, 5. MARY SUE HUGHES Latin Club, 3. EDWIN LEAVELL HULL Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 4. NANCY ANN HURT Y-Teens, 2, 3; S, C. A„ 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA ANN JARVIS S. C. A., 3, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5. MARY GRACE JENNINGS (Transfer Student) DOROTHY ANN JOHNSON Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2; Choir, 2; F. H. A., 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 4; Sports Club, 2, 3; Volleyball, 2, 3. PAULINE ELIZABETH JONES FRED ALEXANDER JORDAN, JR. JAMES DONALD KEMP Industrial Arts Club, 4, 5, Vice President, 5. ROBERTA SAGENDORF KIME Junior Y-Teens, 2, President; Freshman Treasurer; Beta Club, 4, 5, Corresponding Secretary, 5; Cheerleader, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Pep Club, 4, 5; Class Council, 2; May Court, 5; Town Government Day, Town Attorney. HOWARD RUDOLPH KIRKWOOD F. F. A., 4; Hi-Y, 5. BOBBY LEE KRAIGE F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman of the Co-Operative Committee, Hi-Y, 5; Home Room President, 5; Class Council, 5; Senior Mirror; Salem Day. PEGGY ANNE LAYMAN Latin Club, 3; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Social Chairman; Sports Club, 2, 3, 4; Hockey, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, 4, 5, Executive Board, Treasurer, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Forensics Club, 3, 4, 5; Newspaper Staff, 4; May Court, 4; Operetta, 3; Modern Dancing, 3, 4; Public Speaking Play, 3. ANN VICTORIA LEWIS Y-Teens, 3; Latin Club, 3, 4. 5; Forensics Club, 3; Science Club, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Sports Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 4, President, 5; Pep Club, 4, 5; Basketball. 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball. 3, 4, 5; Softball, 2, 3; Soccer, 3; Hockey, 4, 5; Badminton, 3, 4, 5; Shuffleboard, 4, 5; Tennis, 3, 4; Senior Mirror. CONSTANCE ELAINE LILLY (Transfer Student) Senior Choir, 5; S. C. A., 5. MARTHA SUE LILLY 4-H Club, 4, 5; F. H. A., 4, 5, Vice President, 5; Senior Y-Teens 5; Forensics, 4; Latin Club, 4. ROY MILLER LINDAMOOD Industrial Arts Club, 4, 5, Secretary, 5. NANCY ANN LIPPS Junior Y-Teens, 2, 3; Senior Y-Teens, 4, 5; F. H. A., 4, 5, Reporter 5. PATRICIA LOGAN S. C. A., 2; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4; Badminton, 2; Tennis, 4; Hockey, 4; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Junior Choir, 3; Senior Choir, 5. DAISY KELLEY LONG Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Library Assistant, 3, 4; Home Room President, 1. 2, 3; Class Secretary, 1; Monitor, 4; Class Council, 1, 2, 3; Devotional Chairman, 5. LEONARD SHIPMAN MARTIN MARTHA ROBERTSON MARTIN Choral, 2, 3; Junior Choir, 4, Treasurer; Senior Choir, 5, Robe Chairman; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3. ALICE ERLINE McALLISTER F. H, A., 2; Choir, 4; Latin Club, 3; Monitor, 4; D. E. Club, 5. MARGARET ANN McCARTER ELIZABETH JANE McCAULEY F. H. A., 4; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5. JAMES PATRICK McGUE ,C. A., 2; D. E. Club, 5; Monitor, 4; Industrial Arts, 3, 4. LEWIS ADAMS McKINNEY, Jr. CHARLES RICHARD McNUTT D, E., 5; Monitor, 4. GLADYS GERALDINE MEADE 4-H Club, 1; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5. HARRY KEITH MEADOR Industrial Arts Club, 4, 5, President, 5. MARY KATHERINE MILLER Choral, 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4; S. C. A.. 2, 3, 5; F. H. A.. 4; Sports Club, 4; Basketball, 4: Volleyball, 4; Hockey, 4; Bowling, 4; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Modern Dancing Club, 3, 4; Modern Dance Recital, 3, 4; May Court Dancer, 3. CLARENCE RAYMOND MILLS CONSTANCE TABITHA MILLS Sports Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 4; Softball, 2, 3, 4, 5; Badminton, 2, 3, 4, 5. MARY EVELYN MILLS D. E. Club, 5; Public Speaking, 5. HAROLD ODELL MINNIX Industrial Arts Club, 4, 5. MARY SUE MISSIMER Junior Y-Teens, 1, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3,4,5, Program Chairman, 5; S. C. A., Art and Publicity Chairman; Stage Crew, 3, 4; “Curse You, Jack Dalton,” 4; May Court, 4; News Staff, 3, 4, 5, Editor-in- Chief, 5; Christmas Play, 4; Drama, 4; Pep Club, 4; Hockey, 4; Forensics, 3, 4, 5; Senior Mirror. BARBARA ANNE MITCHELL Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 3, 5; Choral, 1, 2; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Annual Staff, 5: Monitor, 4; Basketball, 3; Operetta, 5; Y-Teen Conference, 5; Easter Pageant, 4, 5. ROSA JOAN MITCHELL Junior Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A., 2, 3, 5; Choral, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Junior Choir, 2, Publicity Chairman. LOUISE BROWNING MOORE (Transfer Student) Y-Teens, 5; F. H. A., 5, Recorder, 5; Annual Staff, 5. Senior Directory RICHARD ARTHUR MORAN Home Room President, 2; Class Council, 2; Operetta, 3; Stage Crew, 3; Drama. 3; Public Speaking, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5, Business Manager, 5; Student Government Day, Councilman, 5; Senior Mirror; Annual Follies. 4, 5; American Legion Oratorical Contest, 5; Forensics, 5; Hi Y, 3, 4; Easter Pageant, Reader, 5. REBECCA FAY MOWBRAY Y-Teens, 3, 4. 5; S. C. A., 3, 5; F. H. A., 4; Choral, 2. BOBBY PRESTON MOWLES Industrial Arts Club, 4, 5; D. E. Club, 5. GARDNER MARSHALL MUNDY Class Council, 1, 3; Hi-Y, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Patrician Consul, 5; Monogram Club, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Football Varsity, 3. 4, 5; Basketball Varsity, 3, 4, 5; Track Varsity, 4, 5: Annual Staff, 5 ; Forensics, 3; Easter Pageant, 3. 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Senior Mirror; Town Government Day, 5; Senior of the Week. JANICE RAYBOURNE MUSSER Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2; F. H. A., 4; Pep Club. 5; Latin Club, 2; Annual Staff, 5. PAUL BENJAMINE NOBLE. Jr. Home Room President, 1; Latin Club, 2, 3; Public Speaking Play, 4; Band. 1, 2, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Easter Pageant, 3; All-State Band, 5. JERRY SPENCER NOBLITT S. C. A„ 3, 4. IRMA FRANCES O’BEIRNE Junior Y-Teens. 2; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Christmas Play, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Basketball. 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball. 3, 4, 5; Softball, 3, 5; Hockey, 4, 5; Sports Club, 4, 5; Pep Club, 5; Public Speaking, 5; Choral, 1, 2, 3; Operetta, 3; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Band, 2, 3, 4. MARY KATHRYN OBENSHAIN Y-T eens, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club. 3, 4, S. C. A., 2, 5; Basketball, 4; Hockey, 4; Hollins’ Play Day, 4; Badminton Tournament, 4; Annual Follies, 5; Annual Staff. 5; Cheerleader. 4, 5; Tennis, 4; Public Speaking Play, 5; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Sport Club, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4, 5; Debating, 5. ELLEN O ' NEILL Annual Staff, 4, 5, Editor-in-Chief, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Aedile, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2, Publicity Chairman; Y-Teens, 3, 4; Beta Club, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Delegate to S. I. P. A. Convention, 4; Girls’ State, Lieutenant-Governor, 5; Cheerleader, 5; Forensics, 3, 4, 5; Debating, 3; Class Council. 3, 4; Home Room Presi¬ dent, 3, 4; Easter Pageant, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4, 5; May Court, 5, Maid of Honor; Town Government Day, 5; Senior Mirror; American Legion Oratorical Contest; Assembly Planning Committee, 3, 4. JACQUELINE NORIS OSBORNE BOYD JACK OVERSTREET MILDRED KATHLEEN PAINTER Junior Y-Teens, 2; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4, 5; Hockey, 4; Tennis, 3, 4. JAMES ANDERSON PALMER BETTY JOAN PARRISH Junior Y-Teens, 2; Y-Teens, 3; Latin Club. 2. 3. 4. 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Annual Staff 5, Copywriter; Annual Follies, 5; Christmas Program, 3, 4; Easter Pageant. 2, 3. 4, 5; “Late Christopher Bean, " 4; Drama, 3; Public Speaking, 5; Literary Contest, 2; State Literary Contest, 5; Tennis, 2, 3; Modern Dance, 3; P. T. A. Carnival, 4. PEGGY SUE PASLEY Junior Y-Teens, 2, Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, .S, Publicity Chairman, 5; Stage Crew, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Play, 4: Annual Staff, 5; Sports Club, 4, 5; Basketball, 2, 4; Hockey, 4, 5; Shuffleboard, 4, 5; Volleyball, 4, S; Life Saving, 4; Badminton, 3, 4; S. C. A., 5. DOROTHY JEAN PATSEL Junior Y-Teens, 2; Y-Teens, 3, 4; Latin Club. 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 2, 3; Junior Choir, 4, Secretary, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Annual Staff, 5. NANCY RUTH PETERS Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Y-Teens, 3. 4, 5; Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Softball, 3, 4. 5; Fieidball, 2; Soccer, 2, 3; Hockey, 4, 5; Swimming, 4; Life Saving, 4; Badminton 2, 3, 4. 5; Shuffleboard, 3, 4, 5; Ping-Pong, 3; Band Concert, 1. VIRGINIA LEE PETERS Choral. 2; Physical Ed. Revue, 2; Art Exhibit, 3; Junior Classical League, 3; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Y-Teens, 3, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Junior Choir, 4; Science Talent Search, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5. GENEVA PETERSON S. C. A., 3, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4; Science Club, 4, 5, President, 5; Monitor, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. GLENN ELWOOD PETERSON JALEAN DOLORES PICKETT Home Room President, 1; S. C. A., 2; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Junior Choir, 4, Vice President, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Easter Pageant, 3; Choral, 3. ALETHA MAE POFF Y-Teens, 3. ELEANOR GARNETT PORTERFIELD Junior Y-Teens, 2, Social Chairman; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Queen of County Fair, 4; Snow Queen, 5; Forensic League, 3; Student of the Week, 5; Christ¬ mas Pageant, 4; Debating, 3; Drama, 4; Stage Crew, 4; May Queen, 5; Senior Mirror; Town Government Day, 5. KATHERINE JEAN POWELL Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5. Secretary, 5; Pep Club. 4, 5, Secretary, 4, President, 5; Girls ' State, 4; Sports Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Hockey. 4; Basketball, 2, 4; Volleyball, 2; Home-Coming Queen, 5; Beta Club. 3, 4, 5; Treasurer, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Class Council, 5; Forensics, 5; Senior Mirror, 5; Debating, 5. JAMES DONALD PUGH S. C. A., 2; F. F. A., 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5. NORA JOSEPHINE RADER LEON CLIFFORD RAMSEY (Transfer Student) S. C. A,, 3; Latin Club, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 5; “The Holy Grail,” 4; Senior Choir, 4, 5; News Staff, Headliner, 5; Easter Pageant, 4, 5. BARBARA ANN REYNOLDS Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 3, 5; F. H. A., 4; D. E., 5; Choral, 3. ROBERT RHUDY ALICE JANE ROACH Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Latin Club. 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4, 5; Junior Choir, 4; Sports Club, 4, 5; Basket¬ ball, 4, 5; Senior Choir, 5; Public Speaking, 4; Hockey, 4; Volleyball, 4. DONALD LEE ROBERTSON Hi-Y, 3, 4, 5; Monogram, 3, 4, 5; Track, 3, 4, 5; Shop, 3, 4, 5; D. E., 4. WILLIAM BRADFORD ROBEY Class President, 1. 2; Home Room President, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 4, President, 5; S. C. A., 2; Hi-Y, 3; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5, Patrician Consul, 4; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 4, 5, Vice President, 4; Varsity Basketball, 4; Boys’ State, 4; American Legion Public Speaking Contest, 4; Senior Mirror; Town Government Day; Salutatorian. GLENN RAY ROWE D. E., 5; Latin Club, 2, 3; Hi-Y, 4. MARGARET ELLEN SAMPLE Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4; S. C. A.. 2, 3, 5; Choral, 2, 3; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5. LORETTA LEE SCOTT Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 5; Operetta, 3, 5; May Court, 4; Junior Choir, 2, 3, 4; Senior Choir, S; Newspaper Staff. 5; Hockey, 4. WILLIAM BOSLEY SCOTT Latin Club, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3; Football Manager, 4; Monogram Club, 4, 5; “Why The Chimes Rang,” 3; “King Arthur’s Dream,” 4; “Late Christopher Bean,” 4; Drama, 4. Senior Directory PHYLLIS ANN SECREST Junior Y-Teens. 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; F. H. A., 4. CHARLES EDWIN SHELTON Industrial Arts Club, 4. 5; Junior Varsity Football. 4; Varsity Football, 5. JAMES LAWRENCE SIMMONS Student Council. 1; Hi-Y, 4, 5; Junior Varsity Football, 4; Varsity Football, 5; Latin Club, 4, 5; Track, 4. MARY ANN SIMMONS (Transfer Student) Senior Y-Teens, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Hockey Team, 4. 1; Softball, 1; Christmas Play, 2; Public Speaking, 3; N. F. L., 4, 5, Annual Staff. 4. 5. Assistant Editor, 5; Home Room President, 2; Class Council, 2; Student Council, 4, 5, Secretary, 4; Class Secretary, 2; May Court, 2, 3; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4, 5; Senior Mirror. MARIAN JOYCE TRESCOTT (Transfer Student) Band, 5; Home Room President, 5; Pep Club, 5; Annual Follies, 5. JUDITH DELL TREVILLIAN Junior Y-Teens, 2; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; 4-H Club, 2, 3; S. C. A., 2, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3; Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, S; Volleyball, 2, 3; Basket¬ ball, 1,2; Hockey, 4, 5; Tennis, 3; Badminton, 3; Physical Ed. Revue, 2; Monitor, 4; Band, 2, 3; Newspaper Staff, 5. HARRY CARTER SIMPSON Latin Club, 3, 4; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5, President, 5; F. F. A., 2. LOIS MARIE SIRRY Eighth Grade Play; Junior Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A., 2; Local Literary Contest, 2, 5; Short Story Winner, 2, 5; State Literary Contest, 2, 5; 4-H Club, 3; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Latin Tournament, 4; Annua! Follies; Valedictorian; Annual Staff, 5. ELIZABETH MARCELENE SMITH Class Council, 1. 3; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2; F. H. A., 3, 4; Soccer, 3. PHILIP WAYNE SMITH Junior Choir, 3; Senior Choir, 5; Projection Club, 1. RALPH EUGENE SNYDER Latin Club, 2; Hi-Y, 2; Junior Varsity Football, 3; Junior Varsity Basketball, 3. DONALD BLAIR STACY Latin Club, 3, 4, 5. JACQUELYN COMER STEPP Junior Y-Teens. 2; S. C. A., 2; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Sports Club, 2, 3; Drama, 4; Christmas Pageant. 4; Basketball, L 2, 3; Volleyball, 1. 2, 3; Choral, 2, 3; Easter Pageant, 3, 4. ROBERT STEVENS STEPP S. C. A., 2; Hi-Y, 2; Drama, 2, 3; “Why I Am A Bachelor, " 3; Industrial Arts Club, 4; D. E. Club, President, 5; Christmas Play, 3. BARBARA JAMES STEVENS Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies. 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Junior Y-Teens, !, 2, Program Chairman, 2; Y-Teens, 3 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 4. 5; Choral, 1, 2, 3; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 3; Soccer, 3; Badminton, 2. 3. 4, 5; Sports Club, t, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Softball, 2, 3, 4; Hockey, 3; Fieldball, 2, 3; Public Speaking Play, 5. CATHERINE LOIS STUI.TZ Junior Y-Teens, 1. JAMES HAMPTON STUMP Industrial Arts Club, 5; D. E. Club, 5, Vice President. SARAH JOAN SUMNER Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Sports Club. 3, 4, 5; Bad¬ minton, 3, 4; Basketball, 3, 4; Hockey, 4; Soccer, 3; Softball, 4; Volley¬ ball, 4; Pep Club, 4. BARBARA LOIS TALIAFERRO Sports Club, 2, 5; S. C. A., 5; Softball, 2, 4, 5; Volleyball, 3, 5; Hockey, 4; Home Room President, I. LILLIAN PATRICIA TEMPLETON Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Library Club, 2, 3; Sports Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4, 5; Softball, 3; Hockey, 4, 3; Soccer, 3; Modern Dance, 3; Archery Winner, 3: Shuffleboard Winner, 4. 5; Senior Choir, 4, 5; United Nations Contest Winner 5; National Forensic League, 5; Salem Town Day, 5. LEONA RUTH THOMPSON LEWIS DARDEN THOMPSON Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y, 5. VIRGINIA SMILEY THOMPSON Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4, 5, Head Cheerleader, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2, Treasurer; Y-Teens, 3; Beta Club, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Plebian Consul, 2, Aedile, 3, 4, Ponifex Maximus, 5; Basketball, 1; Volleyball MARY ANN TURNER Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Work Shop Band, 1, 2. SANDRA ALLISON TURNER Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3; Y-Teens, 4; Beta Club, 4. 5; Public Speaking, 5; Public Speaking Play, 5; American Legion Contest, 5; U. D. C. Essay Award, 4; Girls ' State, 4; Science Talent Search Contest, 5; Annual Follies, 5. IRIS GENEVA TURPIN Junior Y-Teens, 1; Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A., 1. 2. DAVID ROBERT VECELLIO (Transfer Student) NORMA CATHERINE VECELLIO (Transfer Student) Y-Teens, 4, 5; S. C. A., 5; Newspaper Staff, 5; Pep Club, 4, 5. THOMAS LEE VEST Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5; Track, 3, 4, 5. JEANETTE VIAR Band, 1; Sports Club, 2, 3; F. H. A., 3; Y-Teens, 5; Basketball, 2, 4; Volleyball, 1, 2; May Court, 5. WILLIAM RICHARD VIAR Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2, 5; Hi-Y, 5; Annual Follies, 5. MARY AGNES WALKER Social Science Club. 1, President; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 2, 3; Choral, 2, 3; Junior Choir, 3; Senior Choir, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Monitor, 4. RAYMOND WATSON Music, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 3. 4; Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5; Junior Varsity Football, 2; Varsity Football, 3, 4, 5; Track, 4; Basketball, 4; Hi-Y, 5. RUTH ESTELLE WEBB FRANKLIN DELANO WEST Industrial Arts Club, 4, 5; King of County Fair; Senior Mirror. NANCY JEAN WHEELER F. H. A., 3, 4, 5; Fashion Show, 4. JOSEPH FRANKLIN WILDHABER PATSY JOYCE WILLIS Beta Club, 3. 4, 5; Latin Club. 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Library Club, 3; Girls’ State, 4. RAY KENNETH WIMMER F. F. A., 3, 4; Industrial Arts, 4; D. E. Club, 5. DONNA MARIE YOUNG Junior Y-Teens, 2; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, i, 2. NANCY MAE YOUNG Junior Y-Teens, 2; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; 4-H Club, 2, 3, 4; S. C. A., 3, 4, 5. WILLIAM RECTOR YOUNG, Jr. Football, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Praetor, 2, Quaestor, 4; Home Room President, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Boys’ State, 4; Annual Staff, 4. 5, Advertising Manager, 5; Forensic Club, 5; Junior Varsity Basket¬ ball; Track, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 4; Assembly Committee, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5; Senior Mirror. 4 50 4 - Varsity Reserves OFFICERS Jack Good. Joan Alls. Georgenia Draper. Jay Musser. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer We are the Reserves for the year of ' 52, Always willing to “stand-in” for our team of white and blue. We have worked very hard to attain our place this year. W e have had defeats that made victory seem more dear, But our triumphs have outnumbered all these we say, As we earnestly played the game day by day. Now, we are thinking of our place next year, And we know we can fill it without any fear. For, from the experiences of our four years past, We have received many qualities that will always last. We are grateful to you, Varsity, for what you have taught; Now, we look forward to ’53, and the goal we have sought. 4 51 b Juniors Virginia Abbott Joan Alls Robert Alls Edith Amos Adrienne Anderson Margie Anderson Mary Anne Anderson Delora Argabright Lloyd Atkinson Donald Barker Jimmy Bean Norma Lee Beck Patsy Benois Bette Blackwell Lillie Bohon Dorothy Boone Doris Bowles William Bowman Marie Brizendine Billy Brogan Joan Bryan Georgia Buterakas Shirley Campbell Thelma Campbell Pat Carper Shirley Carter Charles Charlton Norma Conner Genevieve Craighead Jack Crosswhite Clara Crotts Shirley Cruise Betty Dodson Jane Dodson Patty Donaldson Georgenia Draper Juniors Jeanette Eggleston Peggy Faries Joan Farmer Mary Feld Johnny Ferguson Willard Flora M ax Fretz John Gardner Annette Garst Nancy Garst Wilma Gladden Jack Good Virginia Goode Martha Ann Goodwin Carol Gregson Phyllis Grubb Charles Gwaltney Jack Hale Joan Hancock Jean Hatcher Jimmy Hensley George Hill Eleanor Honaker Jackie Horne Vivian Huffman Bill Hurt Bobbie Ann Hurt Dolly Iddings Norma Johnson Patricia Johnston Shirley Johnston Raymond Kane Edgar Kilby Raymond Lee June Leffel Linda Lucas Juniors James Lyons Nancy Lyons Joyce Ann Mabes Anna Martin Donna Martin Shirley Martin Betty McCormack Rodney McNeil Ginny Miller George Moran Barbara Jane Morgan Shirley Moses Betty Mowles Jay Musser Fred Nicar Mary Jane Nunley Kenneth O’Beirne Betty Lou Pardue Norma Jean Peters Alonza Philpott John Philpott, Jr. Marie Philpott Raymond Phoenix Randy Pierce Mary Frances Plunkett Daphne Poff Donna Poff Rodney Poff Billy Pugh Bobby Ragland Charlotte Roch Calvin Rohrbaugh Barbara Ronk Margie Rutrough Frankie St. Clair Janet St. Clair Juniors Mary Lou St. Clair Helen Sarver Jean Sayers Ann Shelton Coretta Sheppard O. C. Simpson, Jr. Claudine Sirry Shirley Sisson Edith Six Mickie Six Russell Smiley Claudine Smith Polly Smith Wayne Smith Curtis Snyder Dickie Sossaman Mary Spangler Louis Spradlin Almeda Sproles Nancy Stanback Shirley Stone Patricia Stuart Eddie Talley Beverly Taylor Clayton Tinnell, Jr. Shirley Tuttle Franklin Umberger Betsy Underwood Don Vandegrift Jo Ann Walker Sandra Walker Elmer Williams Shirley Wilson Jack Wimmer Roy Wirt George Wood Janet Wright Janet Young Cecelia Zini Junior Varsity OFFICERS Oceile Hall. Mary Cook Kolmer. Betty Joe Harris. Susie Blankenship. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer Who are we? The Junior Varsity. Halftime in our game we have achieved, By our daily practice and constant fair play. We know victory is ours; we won’t be deceived. We looked to coaches, Reserves and-Yarsity For encouragement when the game got rough. They were always our inspiring light; Just to be like them will be reward enough. 56 Sophomores Pat Aldridge Pete Arthur Wanda Auvil Jimmy Bain Mary Jane Banton Randall Bare Suzanne Barnard Elizabeth Barnett Bernice Barton Eddie Battle Joan Berry Joe Berry Shirley Blackwell Ada Blankenship Susie Blankenship Jimmy Blevins Nancy Boone Shirley Boone Marie Boothe Anna Bowman Dorothy Broyles Mary Ann Buchanan Betty Bugg Jimmy Butts Thomas Campbell John Cannaday Emily Carter J. W. Chapman Dewey Clower Carolyn Coleman Marie Conrad Billie Conway 4 57 Sophomores Bobby Cornett Georgia Crawford Frances Crockett Betty Jo Custer Charles Damewood Mary Jane Darnell Curtis Davis Betty Doyle Jackie Duke Evelyn Early Robert Ellis Richard Epperly Tressia Epperly Phyllis Ferris Bobby Flinchum Geneva Flinchum Libby Foster Jerry Frank Henry Frantz Wesley Frye Jane Furrow Mike Gallagher Alex Gardner Josephine Garman Mickey Garman Rita Garman Pat Garner David Garrett Luther Garrett Shirley Garst Lewis Gibson, Jr. Velma Goins Joyce Goode Betty Gouge Everett Graham Jan Hackman Dot Haislip Betty Lou Hall Oceile Hall Sally Hankins Sophomores Betty Joe Harris Mary Louise Harris M elvin Harter Ann Hartman Charles Hawley Frances Headen Charles Henderson Elizabeth Henritze Joyce Hibbitts Fleeta Jane Higgs Margaret Hinchee Betty Honaker Mary Sue Hopkins Charlotte Huffman Kellogg Hunt Edwina Hurt Gene Hurt Leon Ingram Billy Johnson Clara Sue Johnson Fred Johnson Norris Journeli, Carlton Kesler Christine Kessler Imogene Keyes Norris King Rosemary Kinney Jessica Kittinger Mary Cook Kolmer Lorine La Prad William Largen Jimmy Layman Norma Lee Nancy Lemon Robert Leonard Ashley Lilly David Little Patsy Long Marie Mabes Rebecca Manning Sophomores Barbara Martin Bertie Sue Martin Clarence Martin Frank Martin Martha Martin Doris Masterson Johnny Mastin Martha Matheny Hermis McGee Geraldine McGue McGuire Gay McNeill Anna Lee Mills Shirley Mills Sylvia Minnix Brenton Mongan Betty Jean Monger John Moore Shirley Ann Morgan Janet Munsey Bobby Murphy Dolores Murphy Betty Neal Bob N eal Frankie Norton J o Ann Obenshain Betty Jean Odell Peggy Oyler Florine Painter Mary Palmer Frances Patton Mildred Perry Faye Phlegar Betty Poff Elmira Poff Samuel Poff Bill Price Bobby Price Bobby Pugh Shirley Reese Sophomores Betty Reid Ruth Riles Joyce Robertson Florence Robey Dorothy Robinson Ruthie St. Clair Ruby Shelton Shirley Simmons Mary Jean Simpson Hazel Sirry Dot Slough Geneva Smith Mary Smith Dawn Spangler Betty Jeanne Spruhan Dorothy Stone Peggy Jo Stone Carole Stroupe Barbara Sullivan Lucille Swain Joyce Thomas Shirley Thomas Margaret Tichenor Sylvia Tinnell Rose Ann Trevillian Nancy Tyler Paul Wade Bobby Walker Nathan Walker Delores Watson Shirley Webb Jean Wertz Patsy Ann Wilks Dot Willis Don Wirt Peggy Wood Harold Woody Rosemary Wyant Charlotte Yost Rachel Yount Junior Varsity Reserves OFFICERS Carole Sue Sink. Frankie Reed. Shirley Eubank. Watson Mundy. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer We, the Junior Varsity Reserves, have added a rung to our ladder of fame, We are not as the Sandlot, just entering the game. We are struggling upward with smiles and tears, Looking forward to being Junior Varsity with hopes and fears. As the season ends, we look back upon the score Realizing now that it could have been much more. As a wiser Junior Varsity we’ll earnestly strive To make that long-sought goal more quickly arrive. 62 } Freshmen Janice Abbott Kenneth Aldhizer Robert Alls Nellie Arnold Jackie Atkinson Pat Austin John Baldwin Margie Ballard Shirley Bane Tavie Ann Barnes Gloriadine Barnett George Bateman Christine Baugh Linda Biggs Beverly Black Clyde Blosser Oakie Sue Blount Lowell Bohon Shirley Bohon Shirley Boley Carolin Brammer Jimmy Brightwell Robert Brown Shirley Buck Robert Burris Mable Butler Betty Carroll Vicky Clark Lucy Clem Phyllis Clement Sammie Clemons Nellie Collins Michael Conner Mary Craghead Elaine Craun Doris Crawford Carl Crotts Maritta Crotts i 63 } Freshmen Doris Cundiff Shelvie Cunningham Hensil Darnell Michael Darnell Russel Deaton Clarence DeHart Donald Dent Patricia Deyerle Patricia Diamond Nancy Dickerson James Dillon Carole Dorsey Walter Douglas Deanna Doyle Connie Duffy Buddy Eakin Dale Early Phyllis Eley Dorothy Eller Marcella Eller Eddie Ellers Calvin Epperly Shirley Eltbank Sallie Farmer Cleta Ferguson Joe Ferguson Virginia Fisher Eleanor Fleshman John Fletcher Roymane Folks Glenda Fowler Marie Fralin Frank Francisco Lois Francisco Marie Francisco Creed Frazier Mary Gallion Hugh Garst Shirley Garst Dewey Gearhart Joyce Gearhart Chelsea Gillespie Bobby Goode Lynn Goodwin Kenneth Graham " 5 { 64 } Freshmen Joyce Gray Dorothy Greene Peggy Greenway Carl Gregson Elizabeth Grubb Helene Grubb Nayota Gusler Carrie Hall Doris Mae Hall Doris Marie Hall Gene Hall Martha Jane Hall Shirley Hall Willard Hall Maurice Hancock Carl Harris Edna Harris Samuel Harvey Joe Hatcher Barbara Henderson Jane Henson Mary Hicks Betty Hill Joyce Hill Kelly Hillenburg Charlotte Houchins Pat Howard Paul Howell Delores Hubbard David Hudgins Anne Huffman Dickie Hughes Eva Hurt Donald Jarrett Charlotte Jewell Betty Ann Johnson Martha Johnson Karen Johnston Peggy Kilby Jimmy Kinzer Lavonne Lancaster Geneva Lawrence Peggy Lawrence Anne Lee Darlene Lee 65 J F reshmen Allan Leffler Rader Lewis Jackie Lilly Shelby Lipps Sandra Lucas Hilda Lynch Cleo Martin Eleanor Martin Fred Martin Gene Martin Leon Martin Orville Martin Shelby Martin Robert Matheny Mary McDaniel Doris Meador Betty Miles Barbara Mills Shirley Mills Jo Anne Mitchell Mary Lou Monger Carol Moore Mary Jo Moore Martha Anne Morris Joan Mowles Pearlie Muncy Watson Mundy William Musselman Sadie Nunley Franklin O’Beirne Pauline Old Mike Overstreet Ronald Overstreet Jack Painter Larry Painter Jackie Parkman Joe Ann Parrish Patricia Peters Montra Phlegar Bobby Pollard Betty Jean Poole Virginia Poole June Powers Virginia Price Frankie Reed •€( 66 F reshmen Mary Reed John Renick Fred Repass Elizabeth Richards Sally Rife Barbara St. Clair Joe Sample Edna Sanders David Shell Tommy Shelton Dean Sheppard Thelma Shorter Carroll Sue Sink Virginia Sink Franklin Smith Nancy Smith Catherine Smither Ann Smothers Gayle Snider Gloria Spencer Loretta Starkey Charles Stephenson Sabra Taylor Vernelle Taylor Gloria Thompson Shirley Tolliver Ninevah Turman Robert Tyler Alvin Underwood Frieda Underwood Jane Underwood Wiley Via Randolph Weaver Carson Wertz Penn Whitescarver Donny Williams Helen Williams Myra Wills Wesley Wilson Joe Wimmer Donald Wiseman Inez Woolwine Joe Wright Joyce Yopp Paige Young 4 67 SANDLOT TEAM OFFICERS Pat Darden. William Poole. Marie Harter. Lewis Wiley. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer We began our career as the Sandlot Team. To win every game would be easy we thought. But as the season wore on, from our face went the beam, And we learned that a battle to be won, must be fought. We blush when we think of our many mistakes, And remember our boasts of immediate success, We found that over-confidence a good team never makes, And because of this, the score was much less. Our team worked hard to run up the score, And soon it will get the reward it deserves, Next year, when we play, we’ll win honors galore As we play for the Junior Varsity Reserves. •Cf 68 Eighth Grade Alfred Aldridge J o Ann Aliff Levenna Altizer David Ames Antionia Anderson Gale Andrews JoAnne Angell LaVerne Argabright Eunice Arnold Anne Arthur Carol Bainter Edward Baldwin Elizabeth Ballard Angie Banton Carolyn Barnett Fergie Barnett Clara Barton Phyllis Batten Betty Bayne Paul Bayse Betty Billings Mary Bishop Mildred Blankenship Peggy Blevins Emory Bogle Nelda Bohon James Boitnott Barbara Boles Patricia Boone Carol Bowden Bobby Bower Nancee Bowling Linda Sue Brewer Dan Brogan Mary Lou Brown Judy Brugh Ralph Burcham Kenneth Burris Luther Bush Cynthia Butts Wilma Byrd Joan Caldwell Earl Camper Barbara Carroll Betty Carroll Dorothy Carroll Frankie Carroll Stover Carter Shirley Ann Casey Nancy Caudill Forrest Chandler Walter Chapman Milan Christley Eighth Grade Page Clarke Tommie Clemons Joanne Collins Marie Collins Darline Conner Shelby Jean Conner Norma Cooper Wayne Cooper Louise Cox Connie Crosswhite Margaret Ann Crosswhite Ray Crotts Pat Crowder Cornelia Custer Pat Darden Kathryn Davis Margaret Ann Delp Bobby Dennis Kenneth Dillard Macy Dodson Nancy Donaldson Barbara Dooley Pat Dotson Shelby Dowdy Theda Draper Vincent Duke Loretta Duncan Louise Eakin Jimmy Edwards Galen Eller Elizabeth Elliot Shi rley Ellis Shelby Epperly Phillip Etter Joe Faries Ada Mae Fink Madeline Fletcher Dora Dean Fralin Stuart Franklin Jimmie Fulton Rawlings Gallagher Bobby Garbett James Garman Wilma Garman Joyce Garner Wanda Garst Wanda Gearhart Iris Gieser Dorsey Gillespie Howard Goodwin Eighth Grade Jimmy Gore Donald Graham Elizabeth Greene Carolyn Greiner Shirley Gusler Suzan Hackman Peggy Hall Patricia Harris Sibyl Harrison Marie Harter Larry Hartman June Hawkins David Helm Betty Jean Helms Fay Hensley Paul Douglas Henson Ramona Hibbitts Shirley Hibbitts Fred Hoback Rowena Holliday Doris Honaker Elon Hopper Betty Howard Donna Howard Mary Hubble Douglas Huffman John Hurt Kent Hurt Joyce Ann Jones Iris Jordan Joan Keesling Phyllis Kesler Loretta Kidd Wayne King Bobby La Garde Betty Lancaster John La Prade Mary League Clara Lewis Burks Logan Dandridge Logan Jon Manetta Evelyn Martin Virginia Matheny Carol Matthews Doris McBride Jeanette McCray Kim McCurdy Jo Anne McGhee Peter McGue . V, 9 J Eighth Grade Kenneth McNeil Jacqueline Miller James Mills Judith Mills Jackie Minnix Linda Montgomery Wayne Morgan Gayle Morris Edith Mottley Guy Mowbray Rosalie Mowles Bertha Nalls Sally Nicar Beatrice Nicely Irvine Nichols Ola Jane Nichols Donald Nowlin Jo Ann Nunley Bruce Owen Johnny Palmer Shelby Palmer Harry Parker Norma Paxton Patricia Paxton Randolph Peters Joyce Phlecar Jerry Pittman Barbara Poff Buddy Poole Charles Powell Ronceverte Poweli. Katherine Privette Bobby Puckett Betty Pugh Peggy Pugh Molly Ramsey Peggy Reavis Betty Lou Reynolds Joe Rice Billy Richardson Shelva Richardson Shirley Rierson Jerry Robertson Robert Rolley Teddy Rowe jJPWk Edward St. Clair m 1 Sarah Mae St. Clair Thelma St. Clair Virginia Scott L- i i. TilInTrl», Jack Shelor Eighth Grade Judy Shelton Nancy Shelton Corinna Sheppard Peggy Smiley Barbara Smith Shelby Jean Smith Sonny Smith Russell Snyder Sue Stanley John Stephens Phyllis Stinson Betty Stone Phyllis Stump Mary Ruth Suiter Djuna Sutphin Linda Swain Richard Swedberg Betty Switzer Emory Tarpley Ralph Thomas Raymond Thomas Rockla Thompson Ruth Thompson Barbara Tinsley Ellen Towler Roy Trent Barbara Turman Doris Tyler Betty Lou Vinyard Sue Weaver Waynetta Weeks Betty Mae Wertz Joyce West Velma Wheeler Eddie Wheeling Rachel Whitmire Lewis Wiley John Wilks Curtis Williams Margie Williams Jean Williamson Delores Willis Margie Wirt Sarah Wirt Janette Witt Herbert Wolfrey Frank Wood Rudolph Wood James Wright Norma Jean Yeatts mm m Assembly Snapshots i— Excitement at “ I he Haunted Gate.” 2—Surprised and grateful coaches. 3—The Rev. Efird gives an inspiring talk. 4 — 0 ur band at work. 5—Where’s everybody going? 6—That good ole A. L. rhythm. 7—A deserved award. 8—Roman Conga Line. 9 —1 he latest styles—in old Rome. 10—Those glorious pep assemblies. 11—Distinguished guest, Mr. Scott- Xlorrison. 12—-1952 Annual Follies. 13—Our Christmas donations. 14—Enjoyable American Male Chorus. 15—Mrs. Strickler’s ghosts. 16—“And the band played on.” Games Coaches, Left to Right: Ed Harless , Herb Copenhaver, Walt Crawford, Hal Johnston Sports This year marked the beginning of a new era in sports at Andrew Lewis. An altogether different feeling and spirit were shown by the student body and athletic teams. This change is due almost entirely to our fine coaching staff. Mr. “Hal” Johnston was appointed athletic director and head football coach this year. He has won the admiration and respect of his teams and the student body through his understanding and untiring work. Mr. Johnston also helps with the track and J. V. basketball teams. Mr. Ed Harless is our head basketball coach and assistant football coach. In two years he has developed one of the finest basketball teams that Andrew Lewis has had in several years. Air. Herbert Copenhaver is the Junior Varsity basketball coach. His fine leadership has developed a spirit in his boys which will help them in later years on the Varsity. Air. Walt Crawford is our head track coach and assis¬ tant football coach. He is well liked by all the students and does a wonderful job with his teams. « MANAGERS Lewis Gibson Paul Crawford Bob Haupt Marshall Denison Frank Umberger Eddie Ellers Summary of Games Andrew Lewis. 29 Blacksburg. Andrew Lewis. 14 Danville. Andrew Lewis. 13 Thomas Jefferson Andrew Lewis. 22 William Byrd. . . Andrew Lewis. 14 William Fleming. Andrew Lewis. o Lane. Andrew Lewis. o Jefferson. Andrew Lewis. o Hampton. Andrew Lewis. 14 Glass. Total Points.106 Total Points. . o 6 20 o 19 13 H 27 40 139 1951 FOOTBALL SQUAD First Row, Left to Right: Roy Wirt, Sam Eubank, Frank Chapman, T. R. Barker, Ronnie Johnson, Walter Bearing, Alonza Philpott, Marshall Mundy, Billy Young Second Row: Buck Wright, Tom Dooley, Eddie Ferguson, Dave Vecellio, Rob Thompson, Jim Candler, Kellogg Hunt, Ed Talley, Eugene Snead, Brenton Mongan, Luther Garrett Third Row: Ray Watson, Elwood Peterson, H. L. Stanley, Larry Simmons, Eugene Firebaugh, Jimmy Webb, Everette Ellers, Jim Bayne, Jim Bean, Bob Price, Otis Reynolds, Paul Hatcher, Charles Shelton Ray Watson —Although “Hots” was in¬ jured and unable to play most of the year, he was the high scorer of the team with twenty-four points. “Hots” played tailback and did all of the punting. This was his third year as a letterman. Buck Wright —Buck, an outstanding back with speed and determination was honored at the end of the season by being selected for the All- Western District Team, and the All-City-County Team. This was his third year as a letterman. Eugene Snead —Buddy, the fastest man on the team this year, played end. Due to injuries he had to drop off the squad after the Lane game, and his loss definitely hurt the team. This was his second year as a letterman. Marshall Mundy —This was Marshall’s last year for the blue and white. His will to win was a boost to the team. He played end and his spot will be hard to fill. This was his second year as a letterm an. Football ANDREW LEWIS.29 BLACKSBURG. o The Andrew Lewis Wolverines opened their 1951 season by running roughshod over Blacksburg in Christiansburg. Ray Watson was the offensive star for the Blue and White as he broke away for two scoring runs—the first from 15 yards out and the next from the Blacksburg 20. Late in the third quarter Billy Young took a reverse on the 50 and raced all the way for a touchdown. Eugene Firebaugh scored the last touchdown by plunging 4 yards. Ted Barker, Marshall Mundy, Frank Chapman, and Walt Dearing, who kicked 3 extra points, stood out in the line. Young, Ed Talley, Watson, and Ed Ferguson were standouts in the backfield. Hold, on, big Wolverine Football (cont.) ANDREW LEWIS.14 DANVILLE. 6 The pepped-up Wolverines won their second straight game by scoring a decisive victory over a strong Danville team. Great work by the hard-charging Salem line was a big factor in the win. In the first half especially, the forward wall broke through so fast that the George Washington backs had little time to run, pass, or kick. The first Andrew Lewis score came when Sam Eubank blocked Belton’s punt and T. R. Barker recovered in the end zone. Eugene Snead scored the other I’D on a long pass from Buck Wright. The prettiest run of the game was called back by a penalty. Billy Young intercepted a George Washington pass and raced 60 yards down the sideline only to have it nullified by a clipping penalty. After the game the joyous players carried Coach Johnston off the field on their shoulders. Billy Young —Billy played wingback, and although he is quite small, he still played on both offense and defense. This was Billy’s third year as a letterman and his fight-to-the-finish spirit meant much to the Wolverines. Jim Candler —This was Jimmy’s first year on the Varsity. He played tackle and won the admiration of the team by showing such a good competitive spirit. Sam Eubank —Sammy was on the squad last year, but this was the first year as a letter- man. He played end and if he is eligible to play next year should develop into a star. Otis Reynolds —Otis improved consider¬ ably during the year and gained some valuable experience which will help him next year. He played tackle. No-Man Hop Football (cont.) ANDREW LEWIS.13 THOMAS JEFFERSON.... 20 Thomas Jefferson ran into a band of fighting Wolverines from Andrew Lewis and were lucky to escape with a 20-13 victory. Salem scored first when Ray Watson took a TJ punt and made an 85-yard twisting, turning, runback for the TD. In the third quarter Alonza Philpott picked up a fumble by TJ’s Ron Hebner and raced 18 yards for the second score. Had it not been for injuries to three keymen, Tailback Ray Watson, Guard T. R. Barker, and End Marshall Mundy, the game might have ended quite differently. None of these were able to play in the second half. Walter Dearing —“Junior” was chosen co-captain of the team. His fine playing and sportsmanship won for him the Sportsmanship Award, and a position on the All-Western District Team. This was his third year as a letterman. Tommy Dooley —This was Tommy’s first year on the Varsity. He played end and probably improved more than any other player on the squad during the year. Ed Ferguson —Ed played blocking back and stood out in every game. He was hurt in the Jefferson game and his not being able to play the rest of the year was felt by the team. O ' er the land of the free Football (cont.) ANDREW LEWIS. 21 WILLIAM BYRD. o The Wolverines won their third game by overpowering William Byrd Terriers on Municipal Field. Buck Wright scored the first TD, after he had passed to Tommy Dooley for 8 yards by plunging over from the 3-yard line. Later in the first quarter the Blue and White scored a TD by tackling Bobby Conner in the end zone. In the second quarter Ed Talley raced through the entire Byrd team for 54 yards and another TD. Buck Wright plunged for his second TD from 5 yards out in the third quarter. Walt Dearing made his second conversion. In the line Sam Eubank, Alonza Philpott, Frank Chapman, Walt Dearing, and Ronnie Johnson stood out, while Wright, Watson, Talley, and Young looked good in the backfield. Rob Thompson —This was Rob’s first year on the Varsity. He played tackle and was showing improvement. Unfortunately he had to stop playing because of ill health. Dave Vecellio —This was Dave ' s first and last year on the squad; his defensive play was a boost to the team in several games. He played guard. Everette Ellers —Everette played guard and, although he is small,he was one of the most reliable reserves on the squad. Fight, team, fight Football (cont.) ANDREW LEWIS.14 WILLIAM FLEMING.19 The Colonels of William Fleming defeated the Wolverines of Andrew Lewis 19 to 14 in as bloody a battle as has ever been witnessed on Salem’s Municipal Field. Several Lewisites were carried off on stretchers and one was dropped on the field about every fourth play. The first score came in the first quarter when Ed Talley picked up a Fleming fumble and raced 15 yards to score. Divers scored for Fleming but they failed to convert leaving the score 7-6 in favor of AL. A few plays later. Bill Young passed to Tommy Dooley for a touchdown. Dearing again converted and Lewis led 14-6. Fleming scored again but the extra point was no good. Now the score was 14-12 in favor of Salem. Late in the final quarter, Fleming blocked one of Ray Watson ' s kicks and recovered in the end zone for the winning TD. Ed Talley —Eddie played fullback, and, although he was injured several times, he scored two touchdowns. He will be back next year to spark the team. This was his third year as a letterman. T. R. Barker —Ted, second year letterman, was elected co-captain of the 1951 Wolverines after the Jefferson game. Flis fine attitude won this honor for him. He played guard. Frank Chapman —Frank, the heaviest man on the squad, played tackle on both offense and defense. His place will be hard to fill next year. This was his second year as a letterman. Kellogg Hunt —Kellogg played fullback and, although it was his first year on the Varsity, he played first string most of the year. He is only fourteen years old and is a candidate for All-State his senior year. Buck rides again Football (cont.) ANDREW LEWIS. o LANE.13 Lane, led by an unstoppable back named Tommy Theodose, defeated the Wolverines 13-0 in Charlottesville. After a scoreless first period, Lane drove 82 yards for a touchdown. The teams battled on even terms until midway in the third period when Walt Dearing intercepted one of Theodose’s passes. AL then put on their best offense of the night as they marched all the way to the Lane 31 with Buck Wright doing most of the ball carrying. However, at this point Theodose intercepted one of Wright’s aerials to halt the threat. With three minutes remaining in the game. Theodose passed for another touchdown to climax the game. Brent Mongan —Brent played end on defense and wingback on offense. Although he is small in size, he makes up for it in determination and the will to win. Elwood Peterson —This was “Piko’s” third year as a letterman. He played tackle and his fine spirit was a boost to his teammates. Alonza Philpott —Alonza, a second year letterman, played tackle. His aggressiveness paid off in the T. J. game when he picked up a fumble and raced for a touchdown. Ronnie Johnson —Ronnie was shifted from guard to center. The team was very proud of his performance in the new position. Football Home-Coming Queen Katherine Powell Football (cont.) ANDREW LEWIS. 3 HAMPTON.27 Hampton High, led by their All-American fullback Billy Harrison, methodically trounced AL 27-0 on Municipal Field. Halfback Lloyd Hicks opened the Hampton scoring on the fifth play as he ran for 44 yards on a reverse from Harrison. After Hampton scored again, the Wolverines put on their best drive of the night. Buck Wright passed to Marshall Mundy for 7 yards; Kellogg Hunt plunged twice for a first down. Wright hit Mundy for another first down but then the Wolverines lost ground on an attempted reverse pass. Two plunges failed and the Wolverines had to kick. Wright, Hunt, and Young were leaders in the backfield while Mundy, Tommy Dooley, Walt Dearing, Frank Chapman, and Ronnie Johnson stood out in the line. ANDREW LEWIS. o JEFFERSON.14 The scrappy Salem eleven fought their big city rivals every inch of the way and when the dust had cleared away, the potent Magicians knew they had been in a ball game. Buck Wright spear¬ headed the Lewis offense while Paul Rotenberry was the highlight in the Jeff offense. Rotenberry Football (cont.) hardly gave the crowd of 7,000 time to get seated before he stepped 63 yards for a touchdown. The other Jeff TD came just before the half when Bucky Long passed to Berkley Mauck. For Lewis besides Wright, Billy Young, Kellogg Hunt, Ed Talley, and Ray Watson stood out in the back- field. In the line, Marshall Mundy, Sam Eubank, Frank Chapman, Ted Barker, Walt Dearing, and Ronnie Johnson were outstanding. ANDREW LEWIS.14 E. C. GLASS.40 The Wolverines put up a game battle but the aerial attack of the Hilltoppers finally became too accurate and AL dropped a 14-40 decision. Dave Ebert and Pat Kavanaugh were the offensive stars in the Glass backfield. Buck Wright engineered the first Wolverine touchdown with his run¬ ning and passing. He backed over to climax the 75-yard drive. Ray Watson intercepted a pass late in the game and went to the Glass five. Kellogg Hunt rammed over just before the end of the game. Billy Young and Ray Watson, both in the backfield, played their last game for Andrew Lewis. In the line it was the final game for the Blue and White for five boys: “Piko” Peterson, Ted Barker, Frank Chapman, Tommy Dooley, and Marshall Mundy. Half-time capers IVe ' re back of you, old school First Row, Left to Right: John Gardner, Willard Flora, Charles Hawley, Elmer Williams, Bobby Price, Maurice Han¬ cock, Maurice Myers, Don Jarrett, Don Fandergrijt, Dewey Clower Second Row: Shorty Nichols, Bobby Cornett, Jay Musser, Jimmy Layman, Earl Camper, Johnny Mastin, Wesley Frye, Eugene Sloati, Glenn Par, Jack Painter, Jimmy Wright Third Row: Bobby Flinchum, Jerry Frank, Buddy Eakin, Milan Christley, Henry Frantz Junior Vars ity Football SUMMARY Andrew Lewis J. V. 6 Andrew Lewis J. V. 6 Andrew Lewis J. V. 7 Andrew Lewis J. V. o Andrew Lewis J. V. 7 Andrew Lewis J. V. o Andrew Lewis J. V. 6 Total Points.32 OF GAMES Opponents William Fleming J. V. o William Byrd J. V.13 Covington J. V. 6 Roanoke Catholic V.27 Jefferson J. V.13 William Byrd J. V. o Blacksburg J. V.19 Total Points.78 •4 86 } . V. Football Action Shots 1— Wright ’round end 2— Holliday stopped for no gain 3— Mastin makes big gain for Blue and White 4— Ball, ball, who’s got the ball? 4 87 M. Goodwin A. Garst Left to Right: Kitty Obenshain, Oceile Hall, Peggy Layman, Phyllis Bandy, Ellen O ' Neill, Sagen kime, Jennie Thompson, Shirley Garst, Patty Donaldson, Martha Goodwin, Annette Garst, Peggy Jo Stone Cheerleaders P. Layman K. Obenshain S. Garst Head Cheerleader Jennie Thompson Sponsor Mrs. Houchins P. Bandy E. O’Neill P. Stone First Row, Left to Right: Brenton Mongan, George Hill, Russell Smiley, Marshall Mundy, Tommy Dooley, Bobby Price Second Row: Jack Harrison, Junior Dearing, Buck Wright, Jimmy Candler, Luther Garrett Third Row: Wesley Gillock, II. L. Stanley, J. IV. Chapman, Nelson Dudley, Ed Harless {Coach) Varsity Basketball Team SCHEDULE Andrew Lewis.37 Andrew Lewis.32 Andrew Lewis.27 Andrew Lewis.30 Andrew Lewis.39 Andrew Lewis.41 Andrew Lewis.32 Andrew Lewis.39 Andrew Lewis.44 Andrew Lewis.45 Andrew Lewis.42 Andrew Lewis.26 Andrew Lewis.36 Andrew Lewis.37 Andrew Lewis.42 Andrew Lewis.56 Andrew Lewis.60 Opponents Alumni.32 George Washington.5 5 Blacksburg.31 E. C. Glass.72 William Fleming.40 Jefferson.55 Blacksburg.29 George Washington.71 William Byrd.36 Lexington.32 Covington.21 E. C. Glass.60 William Byrd.37 Jefferson.48 William Fleming.47 Covington.37 Lexington.29 ALL-CITY-COUNTY, ’51, ’52 CO-CAPTAIN, ’52 Marshall Mundy —Marshall led the team in scoring this year with 208 points, the highest total made by a Wolverine in the past five years. He also led the team in assists and rebounds, and was awarded a spot on the All-Western District second team. Now remember, boys Managers: Crosswhite, Everette Ellers, Haupt, Eddie Ellers Basketball When the Wolverines opened practice this year, Coach Harless had only two lettermen, Jack Harrison and Marshall Mundy, returning from the 1950-51 team. However, with these two and several boys who had gained some valuable experience last year, but had not won letters, the Blue and White opened their season on January 2, with the Alumni. Despite the fact that the Alumni had not had much practice, they put up a game battle and it was not until the final quarter that the Wolverines went ahead to stay. Wesley Gillock, Jack Harrison, and Bob Price led Andrew Lewis with 8 points each. Jim Black was high for the Alumni with 9. The game ended with AL ahead 37-32. George Washington of Danville came to Salem with one of its best teams in years and was expected to roll over the Wolverines. However, Andrew Lewis, behind the dead-eye shooting of Marshall Mundy, put up a stiff fight all the way. In the last quarter, the Salem boys began to tire and the fresh reserves from Danville increased the lead. Mundy led Andrew Lewis with 17 points, but Cary Henderson, Danville center, had 18. The final score was 55-32. Blacksburg edged the Wolverines 31-27 in the next game. The Salem boys led most of the game, but the Indians got “hot” in the last few minutes to insure the victory. Bob Price and Mundy were high for AL, with 7 points each. Jack Llarrison also played a fine floor game. The Wolverines went to Lynchburg for their next game with E. C. Glass and were soundly thrashed 72-30. The Hilltoppers had too much experience for our boys although we never gave up. Wesley Gillock was high for Andrew Lewis with 8 points while Mundy and Harrison each added 6. Ken Burnette, high-scoring Glass forward, was high for the game with 16. ALL-CITY-COUNTY ’52 Wesley Gillock —Wesley’s first year on the Varsity was an outstanding one. He played forward and ranked second in scoring with 137 points. He will be back to play for the Blue and White next year. CO-CAPTAIN ’52 Jack Harrison —Jack was probably the best defensive player on the team, and his fight-to-the-finish spirit was admired by all. This was his second year as a letterman. Just a little higher, Smiley Gillock fires a long one Basketball In the next game Andrew Lewis lost a heartbreaker to William Fleming, 40-39. Again the Wolverines led almost the whole game and it was not until the last minute that Fleming went ahead, but this was for keeps. Marshall Mundy drove in for a lay-up to put the Wolverines ahead with two minutes remaining. It looked as if the game might end like this, but Bobby Oliver sank a last-minute, desperation shot to sew up the game for the Colonels. Wes Gillock played an out¬ standing game for AL, and led both teams in scoring with 16 points. Mundy added 11. Jefferson defeated the Wolverines in the next game by a score of 55-41. In the first half the Blue and White led but couldn’t stand success and often practically gave the ball to the Magicians. Marshall Mundy led AL with 13 points but Bobby Burford tossed in 22 for Jefferson to take scoring honors for the game. Andrew Lewis got revenge for an earlier defeat by beating Blacksburg, 32-29 in the next game. The score was tied with but one minute remaining when Marshall Adundy was fouled and awarded two free throws. Fie made the first to put the Salem team ahead 30-29. The Wolverines took the ball out, and Russell Smiley sank a lay-up to clinch the victory. Smiley played an out¬ standing game for AL. He controlled both backboards with his aggressive rebounding and also added 10 points. For their next game, Andrew Lewis went to Danville and was soundly beaten 71-39. The Wolverines made a close game of it for the first half, but could not keep up the pace in the last two quarters. Marshall Mundy led the Wolverines with 19 points but Mickey Crawford, George Washington’s outstanding forward pumped in 28 points to take high honors for the game. Bobby Price —Bobby, a sophomore, should develop into a real star before he graduates, if he continues to develop as he has done so far. He played guard and his fine shooting was a boost to the team. Jimmy Candler —Jimmy was one of the most improved members of the squad. His rebounding probably over¬ shadowed his shooting a little. He has another year at AL and should be a strong candidate for All-City-County next season. Russell Smiley —Russell, the tallest player on this year’s team, stood 6 ' 5 " . He probably played his best game of the year against Blacksburg in the middle of the season. If he can learn how to keep from fouling out, he should be a great player next year. Nelson Dudley —Nelson is a senior and this was his first year on the squad. He was a very valuable reserve, and with a little more experience he would have been quite a star. Basketball Andrew Lewis got back in the winning column by upsetting William Byrd in the next game 44-36. The game was “nip and tuck” until the last four minutes when Marshall Mundy sank 4 quick set shots to erase any possible Byrd hopes of a victory. Mundy led bo th teams in scoring with 19 points. Wes Gillock added 12 points and also played a smooth floor game along with Jack H arrison. The Wolverines won their second game in as many nights by soundly beating Lexington High 45-32 the next night. Lexington led by one point at the end of the first half, but Andrew Lewis came back strong in the second half to clinch the victory. Marshall Mundy tossed in 18 points to lead both teams in scoring while Bob Price added 9, in addition to playing an outstand¬ ing floor game for AL. Andrew Lewis continued their winning streak by thrashing Covington in a rough game by a score of 42-21. Andrew Lewis took a quick lead and was never headed. Marshall Mundy again took scoring honors by pumping in 22 points, one more than the entire Covington team. Wes Gillock and Jack Harrison added 7 and 5 points respectively and both boys played very good floor games. E. C. Glass defeated the injury-ridden Wolverines 60-26 in the next game to end the AL winning streak at 3 in a row. Jack Harrison had the flu and could not even dress. Mundy had an infected foot and although he played a little, he was slowed down a great deal. Wesley Gillock put up a game effort to keep AL in the game by scoring 8 points. Bobby Price acted as play- maker and played an outstanding game in addition to adding 4 points. Nelson Dudley also showed that he could score by adding 6 points to the Wolverine cause. Ken Burnette took high scoring honors for the game with 19 points. Stop posing, boys All that for one little ball Rough and re ady Hilltoppers Basketball William Byrd edged Andrew Lewis in a thriller, 37-36, in the next game. Leo St. Clair, William Byrd’s fine center, made a hook shot in the last two minutes and then Byrd went into a deep-freeze to clinch the game. Bob Price played his best game of the year for Andrew Lewis by pouring in 12 points, and playing a fine floor game. Gillock and Mundy added 9 each. St. Clair scored 19 for Byrd. Jefferson beat AL in the next game at the American Legion Auditorium, 48-32. The Wolver¬ ines stayed within one point of the Magicians the first half but folded in the third and fourth quarters. Wes Gillock and Bob Price played fine games for AL by scoring 13 and 10 points, respectively. Bucky Long, sharpshooting Jefferson forward, scored 20 points to take scoring honors for the game. William Fleming edged AL in the next game 47-42. Fleming had a big lead at halftime but the Wolverines came back strong in the second half and went ahead 41-40 with four minutes remaining. However, at this point, Russ Smiley and Marshall Mundy fouled out and the Colonels went ahead for good. Andrew Lewis thrashed Covington in the next game 56-37. Marshall Mundy and Jack Harrison scored 15 and 13 points, respectively to lead the Wolverines in the win. Wes Gillock had an injured shoulder and had to miss the game. Roscoe Humphries scored 14 for the Cougars. In the last game of the season, the Wolverines swamped Lexington 60-29. Marshall Mundy ended his scholastic career by scoring 23 points. Jack Harrison, Tommy Dooley, and Nelson Dudley also ended their careers in fine fashion. Harrison scored 5 points and played a fine floor game. Luther Garrett —Luther improved a great deal this year and began playing regularly toward the end of the season. This was his first year on the squad, but he will be back again next year. Tommy Dooley —This was Tommy’s first year on the squad and he is a senior. His rebounding was very valuable and he will be missed by the Blue and White next year. With more experience he should become an excellent player. 1 First Row, Left to Right: Billy Myers, Johnny Mastin, Jerry Frank, Kellogg Hunt, Bohby Flinchum, Jimmy KInzer, IVesley Frye Second Row: Bobby Pollard, William Largen, Kenneth Norton, Watson Mundy, John Holliday, Chuck Stevens, Penn Whitescarver Third Row: Jack Crosswhite, Donny Stanley, Sonny Smith, Donnie Williams, Maurice Hancock, Ernie Sprouse, Bob Haupt (Manager), Mr. Johnston Junior Varsity Basketball SUMMARY OF GAMES Andrew Lewis. . 35 Moneta. . 29 Andrew Lewis. . 37 Blacksburg. . 28 Andrew Lewis. . 22 Glass. . 79 Andrew Lewis. . IO Fleming. . 21 Andrew Lewis. . 23 Jefferson. . 26 Andrew Lewis. . 24 Blacksburg. . 3 1 Andrew Lewis. . 24 Byrd. . 45 Andrew Lewis. . 24 Barnett’s Taxi. . 44 Andrew Lewis. . 29 Woodrow Wilson. . 49 Andrew Lewis. . 22 Glass. . 78 Andrew Lewis. . 23 Byrd. . 24 Andrew Lewis. . 3 6 Clearbrook. . 18 Andrew Lewis. . 47 Woodrow Wilson. . 53 Andrew Lewis. . 39 Fleming. . 26 Andrew Lewis. . 32 Jefferson. . 3i Andrew Lewis. . 55 Shawsville. 22 Andrew Lewis. . 52 Barnett’s Taxi. . 33 534 637 1 ( if. 4 w . V. Basketball Jerry Frank is shown here taking a re¬ bound away from two Jefferson J. V. players. Wesley Frye is waiting expectantly at the left. This was a very hard fought game, and the baby Wolverines probably played their best game of the year in losing to their more experienced opponents by a small margin. Bobby Flinchum, Kellogg Hunt, Jerry Frank, and John Holliday looked good for the Blue and White as they did throughout the season. Wesley Frye is pictured here waiting as the ball bounces on the rim in the Jefferson J. V. game. The Junior Varsity gained a lot of valuable experience in this game. It was very close all the way; and the J. V.’s showed that they can stay cool, calm, and collected. They lost the game but will be out for revenge in a couple of years when the same boys will probably be playing on the Varsity at both schools. Kellogg Hunt is shown here driving in for 2 points against the Junior Varsity from E. C. Glass. Ernie Sprouse is waiting to try for the rebound in case Kellogg misses. The baby Hilltoppers came to Salem with a power¬ ful team and really gave our boys a licking. However, our Junior Varsity gained some valuable experience playing against such a well rounded team. Bobby Flinchum, Kellogg Hunt, Wesley Frye, Jerry Frank and John Holliday showed in this game as well as others that they are capable of Varsity service next year. The rest of the team also improved during the season, and several of the boys showed promise for the future. Track ipp ' The Andrew Lewis track team under Coach Crawford opened their 1951 season by easily defeating William Fleming by a score of 23 to 29. In all, the Wolverines took n of the 13 possible first places. George Gearheart was the outstand¬ ing performer as he captured firsts in the 100 and Ruble Smith, Slate Champ, 880-Yard Dash 220 yard das h es and also the high jump. The next week Andrew Lewis completely outclassed the Danville thinclads, 92 to 21. In this meet the Wolverines took 12 out of 13 first places. George Gearheart again led the Blue and White by winning three first places for a total of 15 points. The following week the Blue and White con¬ tinued their winning streak by overpowering William Byrd by a score of 86 to 27. However, in the next two meets the Andrew Lewis team was defeated by large scores, in the first by E. C. Glass in the regular meet, in the next by Glass again in the Western District meet. In the Western District meet the Wolverines nabbed the second place trophy by easily outclassing Danville. When the season ended, seven boys were chosen to represent Andrew Lewis in the State Meet in Williamsburg. The boys were Ruble Smith, Jack Harrison, Billy Young, Alonza Phil- pott, Tom Vest, George Gearheart, and Marshall Mundy. Of these seven the only one able to place was Ruble Smith who completely outclassed the other runners to take first place in the half-mile run. The Wolverines should have a strong team in ’52 and will be led by returning lettermen: Harrison, Young, Philpott, Vest, and Mundy. The 1952 schedule includes meets with William Fleming, William Byrd, Covington, E. C. Glass, Jefferson, the Western District Meet, and possibly another trip to the State Meet. 1951 TRACK SQUAD First Row, Left to Right: Jack Harrison, Eddie Talley, Don Robertson, Larry Simmons, Marshall Mundy, Kellogg Hunt, Billy Young Second Row: Jack Bayse, Alonza Philpott, Jimmy Candler, John Gibson, Walter Hearing, Ronnie Johnson SALEM SALEM SALEM SALEM SALEM ' 51 Track Letter men Alonza Philpott —1951 was Alonza’s first year out for track. He was at his best in Lynchburg at the Western District Meet where he took first place over one of the best vaulters in the State from E. C. Glass. Alonza has two more years and if he continues to im¬ prove as he has done so far he should be State Champion. Billy oung —Bill has been on the track team two years but last year was his first year as a letterman. He ran the 440 during the season, but at the State Afeet he ran the 880. This year he will probably run the 880 and should take up where Ruble Smith left off. Tom Vest —1951 was Tommy’s second year as a letterman. He is one of the most versatile men on the team; he runs the dashes and the hurdles. Tommy is also probably the fastest man on the squad and should really go places this year. Marshall Mundy —Last year was Marshall’s first year on the track team; and by his winning a letter, he became the first three- letter man since Dick Bunting was at AL. He had already lettered in football and basketball. Marshall ran the 440 and mile relay and is looked to for big things this year. Jack Harrison —Jack ran the 880 last year. Also, he was anchor man on the relay team and a broad jumper. Jack has stamina and good co-ordination. He should come into his own this year and is being counted on for points in every meet. PHYSICAL ( rti 1 :! fki I r EDUCATION — «■ f { L k. K EVENS First Row, Left to Right: Marlene Gallion, Boogie Stevens, Bettye Jo Gresham , Betty Bayne, Corrine Walters, Barbara Turner, Sarah St. Clair, Sue Stanley, Nancy Peters, Lucille Swain, Mary Simpson, Irma O’Beirne Second Row: Barbara Martin, Susan Hackman, Doris Honaker, Nancy Donaldson, Margaret Crosswhite, Ann Lewis, Dorothy Robinson, Peggy Pasley, Christine Kessler, Pat Templeton, Elmira Poff Third Row: Oceile Hall, Mildred Perry, Georgia Crawford, Emily Carter, Judy Trevillian, Sarah Sumner, Peggy Smiley, Mary Linda League, Betty Lancaster, Iris Jordon Fourth Row: Doris Tyler, Rockla Thompson, Betty Stone, Frankie Norton, Beatrice Nicely, Bertha Nalls, Joyce Jones, Danny Logan, Mary Bishop Fifth Row: Delores Willis, Clara Lewis, Barbara Barnett, Florine Painter, Shirley Morgan, Betty Joe Harris, Phyllis Batten Sixth Row: Connie Crosswhite, Joanne McGue, Virginia Kilby, Jeanette McCray, Phyllis Kessler, Margaret Dyer, Shirley Boone, Jean Wertz, Betty Neil ODDS First Row, Left to Right: Marie Philpott, Jean Moore, Norma Conner, Shirley Tuttle, Ginny Miller, Rosemary Wyant, Shirley Buck Second Row: Deanna Doyle, Barbara Morgan, Martha Johnson, Nayota Gusler, Barbara St. Clair Third Row: Anne Huffman, Betsy Hallman, Chelsea Gillespie, Mary Gallion, Rader Lewis Miss Jimmie Martin Girls ' Physical Education Director A graduate of Jefferson High School in June, 1947, Miss Martin attended Roanoke College from February, 1948, until June, 1951. After graduation she came to Andrew Lewis as a director of physical education. She is a sports enthusiast and has proved to be a very capable teacher by directing the physical education activities of more than six hundred girls at A. L. H. S. Although this was her first year of teaching, she held down a job that was previously handled by two full-time instructors. Three cheers for Miss Martin for a job well done. Concessions Mr. Alexander (Sponsor), Nelson Dudley (Treasurer), Henry Griggs, Faye Hancock (Secretary), James McGue, Danease Flowers (Parliamentarian), Tommie Hall, Raymond Mills, Lillie Belle Gartman (Editor Pro¬ motion Manager) D. E. Club ’Twas time for the game and oh, what a night! The moon and stars were all so bright. ' Fhe people were flocking from East, from West. Some were school folks and some were guests. ' Fhe D. E. Club was on the job, Selling tickets to this great mob. Glenn Rowe , Ray IVimmer, Donald Robertson, Charles McNutt, Erline McAllister, Barbara Reynolds, Imojean Frye, John Cooper, James Stump (Vice President), Bobby Mowles, Robert Stepp (President) Band Flutes: Charles Charlton, Elaine Craun, Clara Lewis Saxophones: Paul Noble, Nancy Fariss, Carolyn Coleman, Rachel Yount Trombones: Melvin Harter, Ronald Brooks, Dewey Gearhart, Rowena Holliday, Carol Bainter, Jack Good, Raymond Lee, Tommy Clemens, Jimmy Edwards Clarinets: Mary Ann Turner, Janet Munsey, Dorothy Boone, Sandra Lucas, Betty Joe Harris, Paul Noble, David Little, Penn Whitescarver, Gene Martin, Karen Johnston, Ann Arthur, Marie Harter, Shelby Smith, Joe Ferguson, Jack Painter, Rader Lewis, Charlotte Jewel, Dorothy Eller, Mary Ruth Suiter. John Hurt, Waynetta Weeks, Betty Lou Reynolds Cornets: Rodney McNeil, Wayne Smith, Joyce Trescott, Sammie Clemens, Charles Patton, Donnie Williams, Kent Hurt, Donald Oates, Bruce Owen, Wayne Morgan, John Renick, Watson Simmons Basses: Buddy Eakin, Everette Graham, William Musselman, Robert Rolley, Ronnie Gibson M ellophones: Odrie Bowling, Nancee Bowling, Betty Thornburg, Joan Caldwell, Vernelle Taylor Drums: Richard Viar, Paige Young, Pete Arthur, Kenneth O’Beirne, Bobby. LaGarde, Franklin O’Beirne Baritones: Jack Good, Mary Jean Simpson “Hail, Hail the gang’s all here” Pierced the drum of many an ear. It was our A. L. Band on the job, Rootin’ and Tootin’ to a musical throb. These fellas and gals were givin’ their all, Tellin’ our boys to get that ball. Their jolly director was keeping the time. The high-stepping majorettes really did shine. Majorettes, Left to Right: June Eubank, Janet Munsey, Sandra Lucas, Betty Joe Harris (head majorette) First Row, Left to Right: Mabel Butler, Jean Wheeler, Rose Caldwell, Marie Mabes, Doris Eller, Joyce Mabes, Louise Moore, Ruby Feld, Fletta Higgs Second Row: Lillie Bohon, Mary Grace Jennings, Genevieve Craighead, Mary Jane Banton, Dorothy Boone, Nancy Tyler, Margaret Dickerson, Anne Hartman, Sally Haynes, Sue Lilly, Nancy Lipps Third Row: Edith Amos, Mary Feld, Rebecca Manning, Joyce Robertson, Marie Conley, Anna Lee Mills, Shirley Garst, Martha Matheny, Nancy Boone, Dorothy Johnson Future Homemakers of America OFFICERS Genevieve Graighead . President Rebecca Manning Sue Lilly . Vice President Mrs. Blake 1 .... Lillie Bohon . Secretary Mrs. Ames j Treasurer . Sponsors r From early morning ’til time for the game The F. H. A. girls, true to their name, Had cooked and baked with a great deal of pride. “Such delicious refreshments” the fans later cried, They are seeking neither fortune nor fame; Just to be good homemakers is their sole aim. 104 } First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Robert Kinzie, Paul Crawford, Frank Chapman, Jr., Don Otey, Tommy Fields, Donnie Pugh, 0 . C. Simpson, Mr. James Peters Second Row: Harold Spraker, Charles Damewood, Robert Alls, Orina Fulton, Curtis Davis, Ned Martin, George Hill. Wesley Wilson, William Bowman, Alton Ferguson, Eddie Ellers, James Clark Third Row: Oscar Hall, Bobby Pugh, Leon Martin, Jewell Ropp, Curtis Reese, Billy Pugh, Jimmie Webb, Harlan Grubb, Jack Wimmer, George Pojf, David Henderson, Charles Day, Mickey Carman Fourth Row: Vernon Lee, Richard Kelley, Robert Stump, Donnie Williams, Tommy Shelton, Orville Martin, Jack Dulaney, Cecil Leffler, Fred Martin, Franklin Smith, Beverley Sink, Gene Hall, Paul McDaniel Future Farmers ot America OFFICERS Tommy Fields . President O. C. Simpson . Vice President Donnie Pugh . Secretary Frank Chapman, Jr . Treasurer Don Otey. Paul Crawford . . . Mr. James Peters Mr. Robert Kinzie . Reporter . Sentinel Sponsors Early in the afternoon with buckets full of lime, Came our F. F. A. boys eleven at a time. Round the field they scurried, rushing here and there. Some were working singly, others in a pair. Steadily working the boys did soon prepare Our Municipal Field, with greatest care. Practicing the methods that they learn each day, Future Farmers of America are both willing and gay. 4 105 } First Row, Left to Right: T. R. Barker, Billy Young, Marshall Mundy, Jack Harrison Second Row: Bob Haupt, Bill Scott, David Vecellio, Brenton Mongan, Hots Watson Third Row: Pika Peterson, Eddie Talley, Kellogg Hunt, Eugene Snead, Jack Bayse Fourth Row: Paul Crawford, Tommy Vest, Calvin Rohrbaugh, Alonza Philpott, Marshall Deni¬ son Fifth Row: Jimmy Candler, Ronnie Johnson, Walter Dearing, Buck Wright, Don Robertson, Eddie Ferguson Monogram Club OFFICERS T. R. Barker. . . . Jack Harrison . . . Billy Young. Marshall Mundy Mr. J OHNSTON.... .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . Sponsor A shout was heard and then a cheer; Our AL football team was here. “Look! There they come out through the gate, The finest team in this whole State.” Out on the field they gathered around, To stretch and bend and roll on the ground. Now these were the boys who played the game; To win with fair play was their great aim. »(!{ 10 () j-0 Girls Sports Club OFFICERS Ann Lewis . President Ginny Miller . Vice President Cecelia Zini . Secretary Barbara Stevens . Treastirer Miss Jimmie Martin . Sponsor “Get your program!” The Sports Club shout; “Find out what the game is about.” These hardy, athletic girls, all, were right there With spirits as keen as the chilly night air. So hard had they worked all spring, and winter, and fall. To win fifty points, the requirement of all. First Row, Left to Right: Marie Philpott, Elaine Holliday, Boogie Stevens, Cecelia Zini, Ginny Miller, Ann Lewis, Miss Martin, Beverly Taylor, Marlene Gallion Second Row: Midge Peery, Pat Templeton, Suzanne Barnard, Connie Mills, Sarah Sumner, Nancy Peters Third Row: Nancy Carroll, Charlotte Rock, Florence Robey, Dorothy Robinson, Mary Gallion, Chelsea Gillespie Fourth Row: Elmira Poff, Sidney Henson, Betty Neil, Charlotte Yost, Sylvia Tinnell, Peggy Sue Pasley Fifth Row: Shirley Moses, Mary Smith, Georgia Crawford, Shirley Tuttle, Kitty Obenshain, Betty Gresham Sixth Row: Barbara Martin, Irma O ' Beirne, Jean Mo ore, Virginia Goode, Norma Conner, Nayota Gusler Seventh Row: Kaccy Powell, IVand a Auvil, Alice Roach, Jo Ann Obenchain, Mary Jane Simp¬ son, Judy Trevillian, Ruthie St. Clair, Rosemary Wyant ' Christine Kessler Sodalitas Latina Our Latin Club members were all right there; ' Their cheering and yelling filled the air. It gave a sound like the days of old When the Romans cheered the gladiators bold, So all through the game our Latin Club gave A classical air to our team so brave. Sodalitas Latina proelium in arena observavit. Utrumque competitorem honorem acquirere ea speravit. Plebes, Patricii, Provincii et omnes probaverunt. Contentionem ipsam et aequum et gloriam laudaverunt. PLEBEIANS J. Abbot, P. Aldridge, E. Barnett, M. Ballard, J. Cannaday, S. Clemons, D. Clower, C. Coleman, B. Conway, F. Crockett, E. Early, P. Ferris, R. Flinchum, G. Fowler, H. Frantz, A. Gardner, L. Garrett, G. Gillock, E. Graham, N. Gusler, M. Flail, E. Honaker, K. Hunt, K. Johnston, J. Lilly, S. Martin, S. Minnix, B. Monger, F. O’Beirne, F. Painter, P. Peters, E. Poff, P. Rutledge, P. Senter, S. Simmons, M. Simpson, C. Sink, H. Sirry, D. Slough, W. Smith, A. Smothers, D. Spangler, B. Spruhan, P. Stone, C. Stroupe, S. Thomas, E. Tyler, A. Wertz, D. Willis, P. Wood 4 . 108 }§f - Sodalitas Latina Jennie Thompson. Ellen O’Neill. Marshall Mundy. Dewey Clower. Patty Donaldson. Katherine Powell. Louis Spradlin. Shirley Thomas. Joan Farmer. Miss Annie Virginia Cook Mrs. Rose Little .Pontifex Maximus . Aedile . Patrician Consul . . . Plebeian Consul . Tribune . Censor . Quaestor . Praetor Provincial Governor . Sponsors PROVINCIALS M. Anderson, P. Bandy, D. Barker, A. Bower, J. Campbell, I. Cundiff, M. Denison, P. Donaldson, T. Dooley, G. Draper, J. Farmer, J. Ferguson, A. Garst, N. Garst, W. Gillock, J. Good, M. Goodwin, C. Gregson, S. Henson, E. Holliday, J. Leffel, A. Lewis, P. Logan, D. Martin, B. McCormack, V. Miller, B. Morgan, J. Musser, I. O’Beirne, D. Patsel, N. Peters, J. Pickett, K. Powell, A. Roach, W. Robey, G. Rowe, W. Scott, L. Sirry, D. Stacy, S. Sumner, E. Talley, P. Templeton, L. Thompson, S. Turner, P. Willis, B. Young PATRICIANS V. Abbott, A. Anderson, B. Blackwell, P. Carper, J. Comer, B. Conway, G. Crawford, S. Cruise, P. Faries, L. Foster, M. Gallion,J. Gardner, D. Garst, M. Hanis, B. Harris, M. Harter, C. Henderson, J. Hensley, G. Hurt, B. Hurt, L. Ingram, P. Johnston, M. Kolmer, R. Leonard, D. Little, N. Lyons, B. Martin, S. Morgan, M. Mundy, J. Munsey, B. Neal, F. Norton, K. O’Beirne, E. O’Neill, B. Parrish, F. Patton, V. Peters, M. Plunkett, L. Ramsey, F. Robey, L. Simmons, C. Sirry, E. Six, R. Smiley, P. Smith, L. Spradlin, D. Sossaman, B. Taylor, J. Thompson, S. Tuttle, R. Viar, C. Yost, B. Wood. ■4 109 Senior Y-Teens First Row. Left to Right: Peggy Pasley, Peggy Layman, Charlotte Burford, Judy Trevillian, Georgenia Draper, Mary Ann Anderson, Glenna Dulaney, Mary Sue Missimer, Jean Campbell, Mrs. Little Second Row: Fay Doyle, Nancy Carroll, Peggy Stone, Oceile Hall, Rosemary Wyant, Nancy Peters, Barbara Mitchell, Donna Young, Janet Young, Mary Walker, Mickey Six Third Row: Joyce Wood, Margaret Ilinchee, Martha Wilbourne, Peggy Farriss, Jane Furrow, Frankie Norton, Rose Trevillian, Jean Wertz, Shirley Thomas, Irma O ' Beirne, Jeanette l iar Fourth Row: Norma Peters, Susie Blankenship, Elmira Pojf, Georgie Crawford, Frances Patton, Evelyn Early, Carol Stroupe, Betty Jean Spruhan, Cecelia Zini, Frances Ileaden, Mary Smith Fifth Row: Delores Murphy, Norma Lee Beck, Charoltte Roch, Fay Mowbray, Margie Harris, Marcelene Smith, Phyllis Secrest, Marie Boothe, Dawn Spangler, Dorothy Stone, Geneva Smith Sixth Row: Mary Feld, Ruby Feld, Shirley Stone, Rosie Smith, Louise Moore, Nancy Boone, Betty Black- well, Betty Jo Harris, Betty McCormack, Norma Vecellio, Nancy Garst Jean Campbell. Patty Donaldson.. . . Eleanor Porterfield Joe Anne Frier. Mary Sue Missimer. . Glenna Dulaney. Mrs. Rose Little . . . Miss Edna Mantz. . . . . President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman Devotional Chairman . Sponsor . Sponsor 4 110 f Senior Y-Teens First Row, Left to Right: Miss Mantz, Patty Donaldson, Eleanor Porterfield, Joe Anne Frier, Loretta Scott, Iris Jo Cundiff, Jolynne Draper, Virginia Miller, Patricia Johnston, Elaine Holliday Second Row: Shirley Webb, Dolores Harris, Nancy Hill, Martha Matheny, Florine Painter, Jan Musser, Nancy Lipps, Dorothy Johnson, Phyllis Grubb, Shirley Moses Third Row: Jackie Comer, Ada Blankenship, Sandra Walker, Wanda Auvil, Pat Carper, Barbara Ronk, Joan Bryant, Barbara Sullivan, Margaret Tichenor, Polly Smith Fourth Row: Jean Hurt, Eleanor Honaker, Shirley Carter, Nancy Boone, Darline Gearhart, Jackie Horne, Shirley Garst, Martha Goodwin, Barbara Martin, Betsy Underwood, Patricia Stewart Fifth Row: Margery Gouge, Jan Hackman, Margie Rutrough, Harriett Grubb, Billy Conway, Frances Crockett, Betty Gresham, Sidney Henson, Barbara Stevens, Shirley Tuttle, Gay McNeill Sixth Row: Betty James, Rachel Reese, Mary Cook Kolmer, Libby Foster, Phyllis Ferris, Joan Mitchell, Novella Agee, Nancy Farris, Charlotte Yost, Peggy Wood, Betty Mowles Wrapping the goal post is part of each game. This job has brought the Senior Y-Teens fame. Out they went that evening with decorations gay Getting the field ready for that coming great day, Each face was glowing; they were ready to lend Ready helping hands so their team could win. { 111 Junior Y-Teens Shirley Eltbank Shirley Garst. . Carol Moore. .. Myra Wills .... Jane Henson... The Junior Y-Teens, too, had helped; They cut the streamers, sang, and yelped. They do a good job in most everything, They’re always waiting; just give ’em a ring. They’re there on Thanksgiving and Christmas, too, Always aiding the White and the Blue. OFFICERS . President Carole Sue Sink . Worship Chairman .... Vice President Frankie Reed . Social Chairman . Secretary Lucy Clem . Publicity Chairman . Treasurer Mrs. Putnam . Sponsor Program Chairman Miss Maxwell . Sponsor First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Putnam, Shirley Eubank, Shirley Garst, Carol Moore, Myra Wills, Jane Henson, Lucy Clem, Carole Sue Sink Second Row: Betsy Hallman, Doris Hall, Doris Cundijf , Theda Draper, Phyllis Batten, Carol Matthews, Carolyn Greiner, Danny Logan, Molly Ramsey, Cynthia Butts, Sandra Lucas, Marie Harter, Betty Lou Vinyard, Gertrude Garrett, Patricia Deyerle Third Row: Gloria Spencer, Gale Andrews, Joyce West, Cornelia Custer, Geraldine Conner, Peggy Blevins, Nancy Donaldson, Rosalie Mowles, Mary L. League, Betty Lancaster, Kim McCurdy, Beverly Black, Page Clarke, Susan Hackman Fourth Row: Maribel Mullen, Kitty Privette, Cleo Martin , Barbara Mills, Charlotte Jewell, Jackie Miller, Beatrice Nicely Bertha Nalls, Joan Reesling, Doris McBride, Ann Huffman, Ann Lee, Charlotte Houchins, Phyllis Clement, Gloriadine Barnett Fifth Row: Joyce Gearhart, Barbara St. Clair, Nancy Shelton, Shelby Lipps, Helen Williams, Nancy Caudill, Judy Brugh, Joanne Collins, Carol Bowden, Betty Carroll, Shelby Palmer, Jo Anne McGhee, Gayle Morris, Sally Nicar, Elizabeth Richards Sixth Row: Lois Thomas, Stella Thomas, Vernelle Taylor, Shirley Tolliver, Ellen Towler, Delores Willis, Sarah Wirt, Waynetta Weeks, Ann Arthur, Doris Ilonaker, Shelva Richardson, Peggy Reavis, Sara Francisco, Barbara Carroll Seventh Row: Peggy Lawrence, Pat Austin, Shirley Boley, Joanne Alijf, Edna Harris, Helene Grubb, Carolyn Brammer, Doris Tyler, Evelyn Martin, Fay Hensley, Betty Reynolds, Betty Bayne, Margaret Crosswhite, Donna Howard, Peggy Hall, Sibyl Harrison Eighth Row: Katherine Smither, Ella Jean Hall, Jean Williamson, Ruth Thompson, Eva Hurt, Lois Francisco, Beverly Burk, Iris Gieser, Shirley Ilibbitts, Joyce Garner, Sally Rife, June Powers, Glenda Fowler, Ann Smothers, Margie Ballard, Elizabeth Ballard r 1 J 3‘5 1| i at sJm Class Councils First Row, Left to Right: Joyce Trescott, Marlene Gallion, Frances Brickey, Jean Campbell, Kaccy Pozvell, Bob Ilaupt, Billy Young, Bobby Kraige, T. R. Barker Second Row: Kenneth O ' Beirne, Jack Good, Joan Alls, Lilly Bohon, Georgenia Draper, Martha Goodwin, Jay Musser, Eddie Talley Third Row: Harold Spraker, Doris Hopkins, Shirley Garst, Shirley Morgan, Charlotte Yost, Betty Jo Harris, Georgia Crawford, Betty Blackwell, Frankie Norton, Susie Blankenship, Oceile Hall, Dewey Clower, Kellogg Hunt Fourth Row: Frankie Reed, Jane Henson, Gayle Snider, Loretta Starkey, Myra Wills, Carole Sue Sink, Shirley Eubank, Joe Ferguson, Watson Mundy, Dale Early, Bobby Brown Fifth Row: Luther Bush, Marie Harter, Phyllis Batten, Theda Draper, Danny Logan, Carol Sue Weaver, Jimmy Gore, Kenneth Norton, Lewis Wiley, Pat Darden, Rawlings Gallagher, Buddy Poole, Donald Shorter, Peter McGue Pacing up and down, wiping worried brows, Or smiling broadly, shouting to encourage the team, Our Class Council coaches were there making vows That fair play would ever be our goal supreme. Striving to win is not quite enough, they believe. Flonorable victories or cheerful defeats are the ends They always try to lead the team on to achieve, For upon fair play a team’s reputation depends. { 113 Senior Hi-Y First Row, Left to Right: Bob Haupt, Marshall Mundy, Paul Crawford, Jay Musser, Mr. Coffman Second Row: Leon Ramsey, Dave Vecellio, Howard Kirkwood, Hots Watson, David Garrett Third Row: Larry Simmons, Lewis Thompson, James Palmer, J. IV. Chapman, Bobby Neal Fourth Row: David Ferguson, Melvin Harter, Kellogg Hunt, Charles Gwaltney, Bobby Cornett Fifth Row: Jimmy Bayne, Jimmy Bean, Eddie Ferguson, Jerry Frank, Bobby Price, Charles Charlton, Sonny Williams Sixth Row: Piko Peterson, Don Robertson, Marshall Denison, Richard Hale, Johnny Mastin Seventh Row: Johnny Ferguson, Richard Viar, H. L. Stanley, Roy Wirt OFFICERS Bob Haupt . President Jay Musser. Marshall Mundy Paul Crawford. . Mr. Coffman . Sponsor “‘Water Boy, where are you hiding? If you don’t come, I’m gwine to tella your Mammy!’ Come on we’ll take no alibi.” Said the Sr. Hi-Y to the Jr. Hi-Y, “This work is here; it has to be done, And in doing it, we shall have much fun. So come on boys, let’s do our best To help our team defeat our guest.” Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer 114 Junior Hi-Y First Row, Left to Right: Buddy Poole ( President), Grady Cates {Vice President), Watson Mundy {Secretary), Sam Harvey, Joe Ferguson {Treasurer), Jack Painter Second Row: Creed Frazier, John Renick, Donald Dent, John LaPrade, Vincent Duke, Jerry Pittman, Bobby Garbett, Joe Rice, Mr. Crawford Not Pictured: Wayne Morgan “Here we come,” shouted the Jr. Hi-Y, “Our whole crowd. We’re ready to serve our team of whom we are so proud.” During the game from beginning to end, Thirsty players upon these boys did depend. They gave their best with a willing heart. Every boy seemed anxious to do his part. Library Club Left to Right: Jo Anne Parrish, Montra Phlegar, Ruby Young, Maritta Crotts, Betty Lou Pardue {Treasurer), Everette Graham {President), Clara Crotts {Secretary), Darlene Lee, Ella Wickham, Pat Peters, Virginia Moore, Mrs. Shriver Not Pictured: Blanche Lucado {President, first term) The Library Club was keeping the score. They counted the points as the boys made more. They kept an eye on the boys as they groped for the ball, And watched both the teams, the referees and all. When the ball was kicked off, till the last whistle blew, They were right on the job just as everyone knew. 4 115 f ‘.I M m Bi-Phy-Chem First Row, Left to Right: Sammy Clemens, Charles Damewood, Mickey Carman, Bohhy Leonard, Alex Gardner, Dickie Sossaman Second Row: Miss Watkins, Rosemary Kinney, Bill Robey, Geneva Peterson, Oscar, Kenneth O ' Beirne, Ann Lewis, Bill Hurt, Peggy Gene Center Third Row: Page Gentry, Carol Dorsey, Jessica Kittinger, Mary Jennings, Mary Harris , Joan Alls, Deanna Doyle, Jean Moore, Max Frets, OFFICERS Geneva Peterson.. Kenneth O’Beirne. Ann Lewis. Rosemary Kinney. Miss Watkins. . President President Elect . Secretary . Treasurer . Sponsor “Time Out” amid the cheering did sound; A player was lying upon the ground, The Bi-Phi-Chem, with the greatest of haste, Rushed up with the stretchers without a minute to waste. When during the game a team-mate is hurt, Our Bi-Phi-Chem members are on the alert, Using the scientific knowledge they’ve learned at AL, From the Bi-Phi-Chem Club that they love so well. 4 116 4-H Club OFFICERS .... President Vice President . Secretary .... Treastirer . Reporter . .Song Leader During all the game The 4-H spreads its fame. The members are yelling, “It’s peanuts we’re selling,” They’re certainly no pokes When the crowd cries for cokes. They go through the stands To reach all the fans. They stay on the job all during the game. “To make the best better” is always their aim. Maurice Hancock Clayton Tinnell. Carolyn Coleman Jack Good. Donnie Williams. Karen Johnston. . First Row, Left to Right: Karen Johnston, Jack Good, Carolyn Coleman, Ann Shelton, Maurice Hancock Second Row: Tootsie Altizer, Carolyn Barnett, Connie Crosswhite. Barbara Barnett, Jody Walker Third Row: Katherine Davis, Jackie Lilly, Virginia Matheny, Clara Lewis, Mary Suiter, Jennie Poole Fourth Row: Stuart Franklin, Patty Boone, Joyce Jones, Jimmy Wright, Elaine Craun, Helen Eller, Ronnie Frier Fifth Row: Jack Shelor. Bobby LaGarde, Russell Snyder, Oakie Sue Blount, Emory Bogle Sixth Row: Robert Martin, James Mills, Ralph Spraker, Wayne King, Clayton Tinnell F orensics Up on top of the grandstand high, Reporting every move, Sat Forensics announcers with hats awry Keeping in the groove. “A pass by Hots was shot; A perfect block was thrown.” This report by many fans was got Here at the game, as well as at home. NATIONAL FORENSIC CLUB Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Smith, Jean JVertz, Charlotte Yost, Ellen O ' Neill, Jennie Thompson, Pat Templeton, Jean Campbell, Beverly Taylor, Mrs. Strickler Standing: Don Otey, Paul Crawford First Row: Irma O ' Beirne, Alice Roach, Mary Ellen Hewlings, Sylvia Tinnell, Ruby Feld, Delores Murphy, Joe Anne Frier, Pat Templeton, Betty Doyle Second Row: Ellen O ' Neill, Jean Campbell, Eula Mae Thornburg, Frankie Norton, Elaine Holliday, Nancy Fariss, Tressia Epperly, Betty Parrish, Glenna Dulaney Third Row: Shirley Boone, Delores Harris, Nancy Peters, Norma Lee, Kaccy Powell, Beverly Taylor, Jean JVertz, Sandra Turner, Bettye Gresham Fourth Row: Mrs. Smith, Richard Moran, Bobby Carter, Phillip Smith, Paul Crawford, Bill Young, David Little, Mrs. Strickler Fifth Row: Bill Brogan, Leon Ramsey, JVinfred Beahm, David Ferguson, Johnny Mastin, Don Otey, 0 . C. Simpson Pep Club First Row, Left to Right: Peggy Stone, Annette Garst, Martha Goodwin, Patty Donaldson, Shirley Garst, Jennie Thompson, Sagen Kime, Ellen O ' Neill, Phyllis Bandy, Peggy Layman, Oceile Hall, Kitty Obenshain Second Row: Phyllis Batten, Betty Bugg, Geneva Smith, Pat Johnston, Georgenia Draper, Betty Spruhan, Jan Hackman, Jean Campbell, Carole Stroupe, Joe Anne Frier, Katherine Powell, Mary Anne Anderson, Martha Matheny, Janice Musser, Wanda Anvil, Libby Foster Third Row: Susie Blankenship, Elmira Poff, Betty Jo Harris, Georgia Crawford, Barbara St. Clair, Norma Conner, Nayota Gusler, Mary Feld, Ruby Feld, Margie Rutrough, Mary Smith, Jackie Stepp, Polly Smith, Betty McCormack, Shirley Moses, Norma Fecellio, Mrs. Houchens Fourth Row: Nancy Boone, Shirley Boone, Marie Mabes, Shirley Morgan, Florine Painter, Frankie Reed, Carol Moore, Maribel Mullen, Sandra Lucas, Myra Wills, Beverly Taylor, Virginia Miller, Harriett Grubb, Bettye Gresham, Shirley Thomas, Billie Conway, Iris Cundiff, Phyllis Ferris Fifth Row: Virginia Poole, Ann Smothers, Kathy Smither, Jolynne Draper, Bobby Leonard, Buddy Poole, Joe Ferguson, Gene Hurt, Nancy Garst, Nancy Carroll, Frankie Norton, Rosemary Kinney, Charlotte Roch, Florence Robey, Nancy Donaldson, Ann Huffman Sixth Row: Shirley Boley, Jeanette Witt, Joyce Jones, Mary Linda League, Peggy Smiley, Penn Whitescarver, Betsy Under¬ wood, Betty Bayne, Lucy Clem, Glenda Fowler, Shirley Eubank, Virginia Price, Betty Gouge, Joan Berry, Theda Draper Seventh Row: Joanne Aliff, Joyce Trescott, Judy Trevillian, Linda Sue Brewer, Barbara Carroll, Edna Sanders, Gayle Snider, Vernelle Taylor, Jo Anne McGhee, Kim McCurdy, Carol Matthews, Dannie Logan, Rosalie Mowles, Mary Gallion, Connie Mills, Marlene Gallion OFFICERS Katherine Powell . President Carole Stroupe . Secretary Joe Anne Frier . Vice President Peggy Layman . Treasurer Mrs. Houchens . Sponsor Now and then, through the cold night air Was heard the Pep Club leading a cheer. It was “Rah,” “Rah,” here and “Fight ’em” there. No one had time to think of a chair. Up the fans hopped, and around they jumped. Someone’s head was always bumped. The cheer leaders, too, leading this club Were urging the boys on through the mud. 4 119 ■ First Row, Left to Right: Ellen O ' Neill, Sagen Kime, Marlene Gallion, Katherine Powell, Ilarry Simpson (at stand.) Second Row: Daisy Long, Shirley Barnett, Doris Eller, June Deyerle, Mary Frances Plunkett, Frances Brickey, Shirley Cruise, Genevieve Craighead, Claudine Sirry Third Row: Patsy Willis, Pat Templeton, Lois Sirry, Connie Eakin, Beverly Taylor, Sandra Turner, Iris Jo Cundiff, Lillie Bohon, Carol Cregson Fourth Row: Betty Parrish, Mary Spangler, Edith Six, Barbara Morgan, Alice Roach, Annette Garst, Phyllis Bandy, Joan Alls, Adrienne Anderson, Delora Argabright Fifth Row: Kenneth O ' Beirne, Bill Hurt, Louis Spradlin, Bill Brogan, Jack Bayse, Jack Good, Bill Robey Not Pictured: Correnia Henderson, Jennie Smiley Thompson Harry Simpson. . . . Marlene Gallion. Ellen O’Neill . . . . Sagen Kime. Katherine Powell Miss Miller. Beta Club OFFICERS . President . l ice President . . . . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer . Sponsor “Offside!” The referee cried, And his decision neither team denied, For all his impartiality know. He is equally fair to both friend and foe. He encourages us to achieve, and to lead, To cultivate character in every deed. The need for a judge is always apparent. The Andrew Lewis Betas filled this requirement. II est superbe dans sa decision, II semble toujour avoir raison. II ne pend jamais sa patience ou, II n’ est pas injuste dans son debut. 120 First Row, Left to Right: Kenneth Thompson, Buddy Eakin, Jack Painter, Wayne King, C. Grady Cates, Sam Ilarvey, Joe Ferguson, Buddy Poole, Penn Whitescarver, David Garrett Second Row: Bettye Jo Gresham, Kitty Obenshain, Bill Wickham, Ann Turner, Patricia Benois, Levenna Altizer, Janet Young, Donna Young, Delora Argabright, Pat Garner, Maurice Hancock, Frances Brickey, Marie Boothe, Joan Alls, Mary Sue Missimer, Loretta Scott, Djuna Sutphin, Eleanor Fl eshman, Mary Reed, Pat Howard, Ola Jane Nichols, Sadie Nunley, Betty Howard Third Row: Sallie Farmer, Nancee Bowling, Shirley Boley, Fay Doyle, Nancy Carroll, Phyllis Jean Grubb, Clara Crotts, Betty Stone, Corinna Sheppard, Betty Doyle, Tressia Epperly, Cleta Ferguson, Edwina Hurt, Rosemary Kinney, Jessica Kittinger, Joe Anne Frier, Barbara Mitchell, Peggy Sue Pasley, Glenna Dulaney, Wanda Auvil, Joan Bryan, Margery Gouge Fourth Row: Mary Jane Darnell, Vicky Clark, Shirley Bohon, Dorothy Broyles, Mary Spangler, Phyllis Kesler, Jeanette McCray, Barbara Turman, Velma Wheeler, Patsy Wilks, Bettye Lou Pojf, Shirley Webb, Dolores Murphy, Becky Woolwine, Margie Wirt, Jacqueline Miller, Judith Mills, Bertha Nalls, Beatrice Nicely, Mary Katherine Miller, Connie Eakin, Cecelia Zini, Frances Headen, Becky Altice Fifth Row: Doris Cundiff, Clara Barton, Antonia Anderson, Carolyn Barnett, Jo Ann Alijf, Mary Bishop, Phyllis Batten, Peggy Blevins, Gale Andrews, Margaret Ann Crosswhite, Betty Bayne, Cornelia Custer, Louise Eakin, Lizzie Ballard, Charlotte Burjord, Helene Grubb, Edna Sanders, Marie Fralin, Virginia Fisher, Sylvia Tinnell Sixth Row: Judy Trevillian, Pat Austin, Gloria Barnett, Sue Stanley, Patricia Harris, Wilma Byrd, Mary Hubble, Sally Bohon, Susan Hackman, Sally Nicar, Carolyn Greiner, Carol Matthews, Rosalie Mowles, Gayle Morris, Kim McCurdy, Linda Montgomery, Shirley Gay Carter, Nancy Boone, Patricia Boone, Virginia Poole, Mary Ruth Suiter, Jo Anne Walker, Jeanette Eggleston Seventh Row: Barbara Taliaferro, Peggy Reavis, Carol Bainter, Ruby Young, Betty Lou Pardue, Wanda Gearhart, Elizabeth Elliott, Mary Lou Brown, Dorothy Carroll, Barbara Carroll, Barbara Boles, Shirley Ellis, Wanda Garst, Macy Dodson, Kathryn Davis, Faye Hensley, Evelyn Martin, Doris Tyler, Joan Keesling, Joyce Ann Jones, Iris Jordan, Virginia Lee Kilby, Norma Jean Peters S. C. A. Joan Alls . President Marie Boothe . Secretary Frances Brickey . Vice President Maurice Hancock . Treasurer Miss Sarah Goodwin . Sponsor Down on the sidelines and up in the stands S. C. A. workers were watching the fans. With heads together discussing their acts, They were assembling the sportsmanlike facts, Noting the manner in which all of our boys behaved, Following paths the alumni had paved. Fair was the game and the cheering was strong. In spite of the score, the fans burst into song. 4 121 wfm m First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Mitchell, Dot Patsel, Jalean Pickett, Pauline Jones, Alice Roach, Phyllis Bandy, Iris Jo Cundiff, Mrs. Peery, Harriett Grubb, Pat Templeton, Connie Eakin, Irma O ' Beirne, Barbara Howard, Betty McCaule Second Row: Mart ha Robertson, Nancy Boone, Ruth Grossman, Annette Garst, Bob Haupt, Jay Musser, Marshall Denison, Paul Crawford, Dickie Sossaman, Jack Crosswhite, II. L. Stanley, Bobby Leonard, Robert Carter, Bobby Tyler, Ellen Sample, Correnia Lou Henderson, Wanda Auvill, Kitty Obenshain Third Row: Charlotte Anderson, Mary Katherine Miller, Darlene Gearhart, Pat Logan, Sidney Jean Henson, Phillip Smith, Sonny Williams, Leon Ramsey, Joe Ferguson, Winifred Beahm, Jackie Horne, Mary Walker, Loretta Scott, Elaine Lilly, Barbara Barnett, Virginia Jarvis Senior Choir OFFICERS Paul Crawford. Bob Haupt. Connie Eakin. Marshall Denison. Mary Katherine Miller H. L. Stanely Phyllis Bandy Harriett Grubb ! Martha Robertson. Iris Jo Cundiff. Mrs. Nelle Peery. . President .... Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . Librarians Publicity Chairmen . . Robe Chairman . Accompanist . Director “I’m Salem born and Salem bred And when I die I’ll be Salem dead.” This was the song that the Lewis Choir sang. From out the stadium loudly it rang. The cheering that followed this old school song As all of the team and the leaders did throng To the field, for the busy night’s game, Roared with hope that our team would win fame. Junior Choir OFFICERS Patricia Johnston. Jackie FIorne. Georgenia Draper. Iris Jo Cundiff. David Garret. Mrs. Nelle Peery. . President . Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Publicity Chairman . Librarian . Director When the team had a set-back and was feeling blue, The Junior Choir always took their cue. Their voices blended; they could bring new cheer To both the team and all that drew near. But when the team came through with a victory bright, Their voices joyfully rang all through the night. First Row, Left to Right: Margie Rutrough, Patricia Johnston, Georgenia Draper, Jane Henson {seated at piano), Mrs. Peery, Jolynne Draper, Carole Sue Sink, Virginia Abbott Second Row: Frankie Norton, Barbara Ronk, Betty Lou Pardue, Adrienne Anderson, David Garrett, Bobby Neal, Creed Frazier, Russell Smiley, Louis Spradlin, David Hudgins, Iris Jo Cundiff, Jackie Horne, Edith Conner «s{ 123 }■ -«9 ■» mm mm w mm SXmwp 4 «if| MsytSf ' » ,a 2 " V ' xg ysK--’ ami First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Hodges, Winfred Beahm, Jack Cooper, Don Kemp , 7?oy Lindamood, Harold Corbin, Charles Shelton, Gerald Custer , Herman Hill, Odell Minnix, Mr. Lilly Second Row: Frankie West, J. W. Chapman, Jack Cochran, Leon Tingler, Jimmy Blevins, Dickie Hughes, Randolph Weaver, Jimmy Fleshman, Kenneth Argabright Industrial Arts OFFICERS Keith Meador. Jack Cooper. Winfred Beahm. ... Donald Kemp. Roy Lindamood. . . . Harold Corbin. . . . Charles Shelton.. Mr. John Hodges Mr. Emmette Lilly . President . .Publicity Chairman Production Chairman . . Activities Chairman . Secretary . Treasurer . . . . Sergeant at Arms . Sponsors During the game in the nippy night air, The people had acted as if at a fair. All around the grandstand swarmed the happy throng, Waving banners high and bursting with song. Speaking of banners, and programs, and such, The Industrial Arts was responsible for much. The day before the game with the greatest of care, The boys worked diligently with not a minute to spare. 4 124 Andrew Lewis News OFFICERS Mary Sue Missimer Iris Jo Cundiff J Shirley Moses ' Bill Robey. Ginny Miller. Joan Farmer Judy Trevillian i Norma Vecellio J John H. Snapp. . Editor Associate Editors . . . Boys’ Sports . . . .Girls’ Sports . Features .Faculty Sponsor Had you looked carefully, you’d have seen Some chaps with journalistic aspirations keen, Either on the sidelines or up in the crowd, Madly scribbling amid the cheers long and loud. With eyes and ears straining to catch ev’ry play, Our AL News reporters were hoping that day To get a scoop for their newspaper’s glory, And interest many readers with the news story. First Row, Left to Right: Loretta Scott, Joan Fanner, Ginny Miller, Shirley Moses, Mary Sue Missimer, Iris Jo Cundiff, T. R. Barker, Ronnie Frye Second Row: Bill Robey, Judy Trevillian, Norma Vecellio, Fay Phlegar, Ruby Feld, Sandra IValker, June Leffel, Nancy Carroll, Geneva Smith, Mary Smith, Clara Lewis Left to Right: Henry Frantz, Billy Brogan, Jimmy Butts, Jimmy Blevins, Ray Lee, Randy Pierce, Mr . Harless, Jimmy Hensley, Leon Tingler, Jimmy Bain, Pete Arthur, Clayton Tinnell, John Cannady Projection Crew .... President Vice President . Sponsor OFFICERS Jimmy Hensley. Billy Brogan. Mr. Harless. The microphones there had informed each fan Of each play and position, and the name of each man. These rendered superb service and the crowd did cheer The Projection Crew, with its remarkable efficiency here. ! I I I 4 126 }• Sidelights ELEANOR PORTERFIELD t u 1 n a Presents The May Queen and . . . I 4 128 Oj t " " 1 CoO - DiQ OC 3 Her Court Annette Garst Joan Farmer Sagen Kime Patty Donaldson Joe Anne Frier Martha Goodwin Jean Campbell Betty Joe Harris Shirley Tuttle Georgenia Draper Carol Stroupe Jeanette Viar Maid of Honor Ellen O’Neill [iJWRXa U£I£ Neptune ' s May Day The Sodalitas Latina presented its annual May Day Dance, May 3, 1952, with the theme, Neptune’s May Day. The unique and artistic decorations gave the effect of an under-the-sea kingdom. The coronation highlighted the evening; the lovely queen, Eleanor Porterfield, was crowned by her father. Lending color and enchantment, the May Pole Dancers entertained the queen and her court. Throughout the evening, girls in beautiful dresses of brilliant hues and pastel colors, and boys immaculate in their white dinner jackets, danced to the dreamy rhythm of the talented Aristocrats. 4 130 Easter Pageant For the past four years the school and the community have entered the Easter season with renewed inspiration after seeing the beautiful living scenes from “The Life of Christ.” Two departments combined their talents to produce this soul¬ stirring program. The Music Department has given in solos, duets, quartettes and chorus such favorites as “The Lord’s Prayer,” “The Palms,” “The Old Rugged Cross,” “The Hallelujah Chorus,” and many other well-known songs and hymns. Scripture readings from the Gospels were given during the scenes portrayed by about one hundred students from the Latin Department. Among the pictures seen were living reproductions of such famous paintings as Hofmann’s “Christ in the Temple,” “Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane,” and Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.” This program proved that holy ground can be trod upon when trod upon with reverence. 4 131 VALENTINE HEARTS, HEARTS, HEARTS AFTER THE HEART HAD BROKEN AINT LOVE GRAND? CHIT-CHAT COME ON PEOPLE, SMILE LEAD ME TO THE FOOD OUR OWN DEAR EDITOR MUNCHING AT INTERMISSION HEY.HEXWHATS THIS?? THE MUSIC PLAYED ON DANCE ' y 4 - Three Dying Swans Vincent Duke (Sylvester ), Jack Bayse (Mr. Conover ), David Ferguson (Mr. Green). Barbara Howard (Mrs. Martin ), Pat Templeton (Betty Green), Nancy Donaldson (Anne Martin), Theda Draper (Martha Green), Jackie Lilly (Mrs. Conover), Mary Miller (Miss Priscilla) Not Pictured: Fred Jordan (Elihu), Roberta Faries (Mrs. Green) Band Concert Program March of the Mighty. Fillmore Alpine Holiday—-Overture. Barnes Longing For Home—Trombone Solo. Hartmann Jack Good Jerome Kern Songs. arr. Leidzen Song of India—Flute Solo. Korsakoff Charles Charlton A Hunting Scene—Descriptive. Bucallosi On Review—March. Ostling King of the Deep—Bass Solo. Moquin Buddy Eakin Whistling Johnny—Patrol. Ring-IIaig Dark Eyes—Arrangement for Clarinets. Yoder Ann Turner, Dorothy Boone, Paul Noble, Janet Munsey, Betty Joe Harris, Sandra Lucas, David Little, Karen Johnston, Penn Whitescarver, Gene Martin Old Settlers on Parade—Novelty. Dolby Popular Music Paul Noble, Nancy Fariss, Carolyn Coleman, Richard Via, Joyce Trescott, Jack Good, Betty Joe Harris Victory Parade—March. Lee Accompanists Iris Jo Cundiff, Connie Eakin The Wishing Well By May Hewes Dodge John Wilson Dodge CAST Terence Fitzpatrick O ' Grady .. Lady Mary Donnell . N or een . Squire Matthew Boxley . Darby Duffy . Kathleen O ' Mara . Dan Tyron . Nora (Darby ' s wife) . Maureen McGibney . Molly O ' Toole . Felix Murphy . .Louis Spradlin .Phyllis Bandy Correnia Henderson .Paul Crawford .Leon Ramsey .Loretta Scott .Robert Carter .Jackie Horne .Pat Logan . .Martha Robertson .Philip Smith Queen of the Fairies— Annette Garst Fairies —Kitty Obenshain, Patty Donaldson, Betty McCormack, Betty Joe Harris, Peggy Layman, Na ncy Donaldson Noreen ' s Friends —Sidney Jean Henson, Ellen Sample, Harriett Grubb, Irma O’Beirne, Virginia Jarvis, Mary Walker, Barbara Mitchell Pianist —Iris Jo Cundiff 7 JJH t4S® m i gsl oe|lS SI C Sim ' v ' l 1 11 1 I i i till •it y ' ■ ■ m t 1 i ! j 11 i ■:;• f i gwH 1191 1 i ?: 1 j fr I? . 1 i 1 - m $ y ?W ; 1 :■ I i i i j ! pit .m ii i IDENTIFICATIONS When! ADVERTISING SECTION Way Back When! Snapshots i—“They drove all the way home.” 2—Nero fiddles while Rome burns. 3—Cooling their dogs . 4—Just before the Jeff game. 5—Top State Award in D. E. 6—Johnson and Wright join the Y-Teens. 7—Pretty, aintcha, Eddie? 8—All aboard for Charlottesville. 9—Handsome Wolverines. 10—-Our own “peppy” eleven. 10-A—Where were you at the bonfire? 11—F. H. A. President. 12—You don’t say! 13—Beta Club Aspirant. 14—Takin’ it easy. 15—Sing it sweet, Russ. 16— F. H. A. take-off. 17—That far-away look. 18—And here is China. 19—And the “winds” blew. 20—Taking a much- needed rest. 21— f wo Misses and a Mrs. 22—Eegs, Legs, Legs. 23—Pioneer copy writers. 24—The Charleston. 25—Mrs. G. from Tenn. 26—Two of a kind. 27—Creative Writers. 4 140 4 V Fans Seated, Left to Right: Glenna Dulaney, Elaine Holliday, Nancy Garst, Billy Young {Manager), Beverly Taylor, Kaccy Powell , Betty McCormack, Shirley Tuttle Standing: Bettye Gresham, Pat Johnston, Janice Musser, Georgenia Draper , Jalean Pickett Not Pictured: Eleanor Porterfield Wm Advertising Staff As we near the last page of the Pioneer, we become aware of the tremendous tasks and complications connected with its publication. We are especially grateful to the group composing our Advertising Staff. Their earnest efforts have paid off in big dividends; the funds collected this year far outnumbered those of any former year. Then, too, we would not forget our advertisers. Although we shall always be loyal to our school colors, the White and Blue, we are quite fond of the “green” supplied by our generous “fans.” To the numerous people and establishments who have made this publication possible, we extend our sincere appreciation. 4 142 Our Fans Acme Printers, Inc.181 Acme Typewriter Co.181 Adams Tate Const. Co.176 A Friend.168 Airheart-Kirk.185 Albert Brothers Const. Co.166 Andrew Lewis Tavern.150 Appalachian Electric Power Co.171 Archie’s Tavern.178 Army and Navy Sales Co.184 Baker Employment Agency.176 Ballard’s Auto Aligning.176 Barnett’s Taxi.181 Beach Bros. Service Station.184 Blankenship-Davis Optical Co.184 Boswell Realty Co., Inc.176 Boxley, VV. W. Co.173 Brotherhood Mercantile Co.177 Brown Hardware Co.157 Brown, Roy K., County Clerk.184 Bush-Flora Shoe Co.182 Bush-Hancock, Inc.163 Cain’s Confectionery.161 Cain Grocery.169 Caldwell-Sites Co.179 Carper’s Gifts.182 Carter Jones Dry Cleaning.155 Cates, C. Grady.156 Central Typewriter Exchange.157 Chapman, Benj. E.169 Check-R-Board Feed.167 Chelf, Dolores.184 Chelf, E. W., Comm. Attorney.176 Chesapeake Potomac Telephone Co.. . 146 College Food Market.184 College Inn.157 Colonial Beauty Shop.175 Colonial Theatre.181 Conner’s Food Market.178 Custer Fisher, Contractors.184 Dame Roofing Co.169 Davidson’s.178 Delmar’s Beauty Salon.185 Dixie Finance Loan Corp.184 Dr. Pepper Bottling Co.155 Engleby Auto Supply.184 Ewing Grocery.184 Ferguson Radio Service.184 Fielder, C. L. Co., Inc.181 Fink’s Jewelers.177 First Federal Savings Loan Ass’n. . 181 Flora Realty Co., Inc.181 Francisco, F. J.181 Franklin Road Esso Station.183 Frigid Freeze Lockers.177 Fuel Oil Equip. Co., Inc.175 Garst Bros. Dairy.158 George’s Drive-In.180 Giles Bros.161 Gill’s Hamburger House.157 Gilliam-Lennon, Inc.161 Gittens and Morton, Inc.159 Glenn-Minnich.178 Glenvar Lunch Beauty Shop.183 Glenvar Service Station.165 Goodwin-Andrews, Inc.180 Goodwin-Williams.■.180 Goodyear Service Store.159 Goodyear Shoe Hospital.159 Gordon’s Foods.173 Grant’s.178 Green Market.167 Growers Producers Exchange.154 H ampden-Sydney College.151 Handwrought by Lawton.169 Harley-Webster Co.183 Harris Hardwood Co., Inc.151 Harrison Jewelry Co.180 Hart Motor Co.[80 Heironimus, S. H.153 Henebry’s.150 Hill’s Grocery.169 Hitch, Geo. T., Jewelers.167 Holdren Refrigeration.165 Hotel Association of Roanoke.172 James Barber Shop.183 Jay-Bee Sales of Virginia.183 Jeffreys, Geo. A., Co.168 Jennings-Shepherd.178 Jobe Florist.175 Kane Furniture.167 Kann’s.183 Kasey Buick, Inc.180 Katz Food Co.163 Kingoff’s Jewelers.185 Kirk’s, Inc.177 Kress, S. H., Co.159 L. T. Provision Co.162 Lawrence Grocery.169 Layman Candy Co.167 Leggett’s.157 Lewis Bros. Coal Co.183 Lindsey-Robinson.185 Little’s Grocery.177 Littrell’s Barber Shop.157 Logan’s Dry Goods.169 Lunsford, Chas., Sons Izard.174 Mac’s Shoe Shop.183 Magic City Mortgage Co.178 Magic City Sandwich Co.183 Manning Grocery.183 Mareta’s Dress Shop.183 Marie Beheler Dance Studios.163 Martin Bros. Contractors.183 Martin Cinder Block.174 Maxey Cleaners.159 Maytag Sales (Kennedy).183 McAvoy Music House.183 McDaniel, G. E.169 McManaway, H. B.182 Merle Norman Cosmetic Studios.176 Michael’s Bakery Corp.159 Miller Tire Service.183 Mills, Ralph E., Const. Co.174 Mitchell Clothing Co.157 Modern Beauty Shop.183 Mofgan-Eubank Furniture Corp.165 Morgan’s Supermarket.157 Muddiman Electric Co.161 Mundy Motor Lines.145 National Business College.180 Nelson Hardware.174 Newberry, J. J.159 Noland Company.173 Norman’s Restaurant.153 North America Assurance Society.172 Oakey Cleaners.158 Oakey, Jno. M.184 Oak Hall.163 Owen Plumbing Heating.179 Parker-Nimmo Supply.165 Parrish, J. C., Furniture Co.182 Peacock-Salem Laundry.162 Perdue Cinema Service.176 Phelps Armistead.167 Phlegar Electric Co.169 Poole’s Service Station.182 Presto Cafe.182 Price, H. H., Service Station.169 Propst-Childress Shoe Co.159 Pugh, N. W.166 Pugh, N. W., Photograph Studios.148 Puritan Mills.134 Reid Cutshall.169 Rettinger, John H.169 Roanoke College.156 Roanoke Mills, Inc.182 Roanoke Optical Co.182 Roanoke Paint and Glass Co.185 Roanoke Pet Shop.172 Roanoke Record Shop.169 Roanoke Shoe Hospital.182 Ross-Baily.170 Rutherfoord Insurance Co.170 Salem Bowling Center.165 Salem Brick Co.177 Salem Creamery.144 Salem Farm Supply.161 Salem Foundry and Machine Works. ... 177 Salem Furniture Co.164 Salem Hardware.171 Salem Hosiery.160 Salem Publishing Co.165 Salem Tractor Co.161 Sam’s.169 Sears-Roebuck Co.149 Securities Insurance Corp.171 Shank Furniture Co.182 Shelor’s Service Station.159 Shelton’s Garage.182 Shenandoah Life Insurance Co.149 Sherwood Burial Park, Inc.179 Shufflebarger Motors, Inc.162 Sidney’s.177 Skyline Cleaners.178 Smead Webber.158 Snead Lumber Co.179 Southern Varnish Corp.163 Spigel, Joseph.163 Spigel, Samuel.165 Stanford Sign Co.169 State Farm Insurance Co.182 Stone Printing Co.186 Stroll-O-Chair.179 Sullivan Supply Co.169 Sun Brand Notion Co.178 Swartz, W. P., Jr. Co.167 S. W. Va. Bldg. Co.168 S. W. Va. Savings Loan Association.. 179 Tarpley’s Jewelers.163 Times-World Corp.161 Triangle Service Station.167 Turner, J. M. Co., Contractors..... 179 Uncle Tom’s Barbecue.182 United Pawn Shop.178 Valleydale Packers.160 Veteran’s Cab.179 Virginia Art Galleries.159 Virginia Scrap Iron Metal Co.178 Virginia Southern College.166 Waldron Realty Co.182 Walker Machine Foundry Corp.152 WDBJ Radio Station.180 Webber’s Pharmacy.164 Webber, Roy L., Florist.161 Weddle Plumbing Heating Co.166 Wickham Barber Shop.182 Wiley Fuel Supply Corp.178 Williams, E. O., Heating Co.163 Williams Supply Co.161 Wood Plumbing Heating Co.165 Woodson Pontiac.164 Wright, B B, Supply Co.182 Yale Towne.147 Zand’s Department Store.165 SALEM CREAMERY CO., Inc. Distributors of Clover Brand Dairy Products ICE CREAM ★ ★ ★ DIAL 3 6 4 1 736 West Fourth Street Salem, Virginia { 144 i. MR. BROADWATER 145 )■ Parents often say they are, but there can be plenty of good times ahead. Especially if you get a good job, doing inter¬ esting, important work with the kind of people you love to work with. Many high school girls find ex¬ actly that at the telephone company, after graduation. So when you finish school, stop in and see us. You’ll probably find a job you ' ll really enjoy at good pay with regular raises. The Chesapeake Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia { 146 2. MRS. ROBINSON THE YALE TOWNE MANUFACTURING COMPANY SALEM DIVISION 4 147 } d£ $ ho . " v. C , - 0 odY .,n N X .-d e ' ' ? -e c ° x ah o 8 ' V a O ' je c ' ° x v e 1 . oV° V « " - , V “ ' ' o ' ' S - o ) £ ■4 148 }• 3. MISS WATKINS LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITIES Prompt, Courteous Service Always Shenandoah Life Insurance Company, Inc. Roanoke 15, Virginia Paul C. Buford, President WSLS, WSLS-FM, THE SHENANDOAH LIFE STATIONS 610 KC —99.1 on Your FM Dial Home Office Agency, Ground Floor, Liberty Trust Building CONGRATULATIONS to the graduating class of 1952 Sears, Roebuck and Company 12-19 E. Church ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 149 }• - 4 . MR. CRAWFORD DIAMONDS — WATCHES — SILVER HENEBRY ' S JEWELERS ROANOKE SALEM Manufacturers of Andrew Lewis High School Rings ' An It i % ■, l jpr ■ -a A - Anbrnu ICeuiia (Saumt AIR CONDITIONED " Famous for Steaks’’ Sea Food — Chicken — Country Ham Routes 11 and 460 — 1 Mile West of Salem Phone 2955 { 150 }! HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 1776-1952 A notable record of service. The hi story of the College parallels the history of our country. Time-tested standards of character and scholarship. Personal and vocational guid¬ ance for the individual student. For information and literature address Edgar G. Gammon, President HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VIRGINIA 5- MRS. GARNER The Walker Machine and Foundry Corp. ❖ GREY IRON AND NON-FERROUS CASTINGS MACHINE WORK Dial 5556 ROANOKE, VIRGINIA { 152 } NORMAN ' S RESTAURANT -%{ 153 }• 6 . MRS. KEFFER Compliments of PURITAN MILLS, INC. Manufacturers of FLANNELETTE NIGHTWEAR 330-36 West Campbell Avenue Roanoke 6, Virginia WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS -FOR- Caterpillar Tractor Company Graybill Manufacturing Company John Bean Manufacturing Company John Deere Plow Company New Holland Machine Company And a Number of Others May We Serve You? The Growers Producers Exchange, Inc. 702-706 Nelson Street, S. E. Roanoke, Virginia { 154 } Congratulations to CLASS OF 1952 CARTER JON ES Dry Cleaning and Dyeing, Inc. 502 1 1th St., N. W. Roanoke, Virginia 4 155 ) " Since 1921” C. GRADY CATES Distributor METAL BUILDING PRODUCTS AND SPECIALTIES Building Materials 20th Street and Chapman Avenue, S. W. Phone 3-2473 Roanoke, Virginia P. O. Box 2489 Roanoke College Salem, Virginia For Over 100 Years a Superior College of Liberal Arts and Sciences H. Sherman Oberly, President M.A., Ph.D., Litt.D. Charles J. Smith, Provost M.A., D.D., Ll.D. 7. MISS MARTIN Compliments of LITTRELL ' S BARBER and MORGAN ' S BEAUTY SHOP SUPERMARKET Modern—Sanitary Frozen Foods Groceries 207 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia Fresh Meats " Five chairs, and no waiting” 25 E. Main Street Phone 3521 Call 3261 for Appointment BECAUSE Style Comes First MitchelL • CLCXmiNG- 1 - 5 JFcufiitfa DEPT STORE Roanoke, Virginia GILL ' S Drive-In Hamburger House 4611 Williamson Road Compliments of COLLEGE INN Roanoke, Virginia We serve strictly fresh Hamburger, ground daily in our own kitchen from 209 East Main Street Best Grade Choice Beef Salem, Virginia " TAKE HOME A BAG” CENTRAL BROWN HARDWARE CO. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE SMITH-CORONA DEALER “ The Friendly Store ” All Makes New and Used Portable and Office Machines ★ ★ ★ Rental and Repair All Makes SALES - SERVICE - SUPPLIES Phone 4431 Telephone 2-8410 123 Kirk Avenue, S. W. Roanoke, Va. 115 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia Compliments of SMEAD WEBBER and W. B. DILLARD YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Since 1843 SALEM, VIRGINIA F. G. OAKEY CLEANER The Finest Cleaning and Pressing Cash and Carry and Delivery Boulevard and Colorado Salem, Virginia TELEPHONE 4611 8. MISS MILDRED KIDD CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1952 MICHAEL ' S BAKERY Roanoke, Virginia SHELOR ' S SERVICE STATION Washing - Greasing - Service Calls 22 East Main Street E. H. Shelor SALEM, VA. GITTENS MORTON, Inc. Specializing in Students’ Accident Insurance Salem, Virginia J. J. NEWBERRY CO. Salem, Virginia THE A B C’s A T MAXEY CLEANERS Always Bright Clothes 911 Front Street, Salem, Va. Phone Roanoke-5871 Salem-3621 INTERIORS The Virginia Galleries CHARLES W. FARRELLY 1402 Grandin Road Roanoke, Va. Propst-Childress Shoe Company 305 South Jefferson Street Dial 9269 Roanoke, Va. Compliments of S. H. KRESS COMPANY ROANOKE, VIRGINIA GOODYEAR SHOE HOSPITAL I. H. GEARHART 205 Main Street Salem, Virginia GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Second Street and Luck Avenue Roanoke, Va. Phone 6217 4 1.59 } VALLEYDALE PACKERS, Inc. SALEM, VIRGINIA { 160 PAGES OF INTEREST TO ALL THE FAMILY World-Wide, National, State and Local News • Mentis, Recipes, Dress Patterns for Women • Sports News of Interest to Men • Editorials, Comic Strips, Features for All THE ROANOKE TIMES (Morning and Sunday) Soanukp fflnrlii-NrhtH (Evening) GILES BROTHERS FURNITURE " Since 1902” 16-18 E. Church Ave. Roanoke, Virginia MUDDIMAN ELECTRIC CO. 28 West Church Avenue Dial 3-4531 Roanoke, Va. GILLIAM-LENNON The Home of ROGERS PEET CLOTHES Roanoke Virginia CAIN ' S CONFECTIONERY The House of Bargains Phone 2-9180 FLOWERS Roy L. Webber, Florist 4000 Williamson Road Phone 3-2469 Roanoke, Virginia WILLIAMS SUPPLY Wholesale Electric Supplies Roanoke, Virginia Compliments of SALEM TRACTOR CO. Ford Tractors - Farm Equipment Salem Farm Supply Corp. Dirt Moving Machinery Phone 3116 Lee Highway, Mill Lane 4{ 161 } 9 . MISS PROFFITT SHUFFLEBARGER MOTORS, INC. DODGE and PLYMOUTH CARS DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS Sales — Service 3 West Main Street SALEM, Telephone 3831 VIRGINIA PEACOCK-SALEM Compliments of the L T PROVISION CO. LAUNDERERS makers of AND CLEANERS Green Hill Country Sausage and Green Hill Delicious Franks First and Alabama Streets Salem, Virginia Always a Treat io. MRS. WERTZ BUSH HANCOCK CLOTHING COMPANY, Inc. For Over 40 Years “The Man’s Store” Accessories for the Well-Dressed Man 106 Campbell Ave., S. W. Phone 2-0254 KATZ FOOD COMPANY Distributors of FOOD PRODUCTS 1621-23 First Ave, N. W. Phone 2-3491 Roanoke, Va. Since 1889 “Over Sixty Years of Progress” Wearing Apparel for Men, Women Boys and Girls OAK HALL “Thru the Blok ” Roanoke, Virginia E. O. Williams Heating and Ventilating Co. Oil and Gas-Fired Furnaces 2708 Shenandoah Ave, N. W. Dial 2-8048 Roanoke, Va. The Marie Beheler Studios Incorporated • FOX TROT • RHUMBA • WALTZ TANGO • LINDY SAMBA ”Special Rates to Schools” 1324 Grandin Road Roanoke, Va. TARPLEY JEWELRY CO. Watches - Diamonds - Gifts ’’Guaranteed Watch Repairing” SCHOOL RINGS Telephone 2489 17 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia SPORTSWEAR — COATS SUITS — DRESSES Especially for the Junior Miss JOSEPH SPIGEL, Inc. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Compliments of Southern Varnish Corp. Roanoke, Virginia 4 16.4 ! SALEM FURNITURE COMPANY COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS NORGE APPLIANCES 113 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia Consider Your Home First WEBBER ' S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS Purity and Accuracy C. E. Webber, Pharmacist Pauline G. Webber G. F. Martens Phone 3851 Jean W. Payne Martha G. Gleason Ervin P. Brooke Broad and Main Streets Salem, Virginia WOODSON PONTIAC □ Salem, Virginia 1104 West Main Street Dial 2388 164 qUi U NUoZA As® j Vv .w: £ 7 L :»- MRS. JENNINGS READ CONGRATULATIONS! The High School News Salem Bowling Center IN THE TIMES-REGISTER West Salem Published by " I’ll See You Over the Years” SALEM PUBLISHING COMPANY Commercial Printers Phones: Shop and Residence 3441 Holdren Refrigerator SALES and SERVICE H. M. WOOD FRIGIDAIRE PLUMBING AND HEATING Authorized Sales and Service 29 E. Main St., Salem 37 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia Dial 4671 29 Franklin Rd., S. W., Roanoke Dial 3-9336 MORGAN-EUBANK Compliments of FURNITURE CORP. Z AN D ' S 14 East Campbell Avenue DEPARTMENT STORE Dial 7357 ROANOKE, VIRGINIA " Your Favorite Furrier” Roanoke, Virginia GLEN VAR SERVICE STATION Route No. 3 Phone 2931 SALEM, VIRGINIA Parker-Nimmo Supply Co., Inc. Distributors and Jobbers Industrial Supplies and Machinery Salem, Virginia Phone 2335 { 165 } Telephone 2-0340 P. O. Box 742 CONGRATULATIONS . . . Weddle And May Success Plumbing and Heating Be Yours Mechanical Contractors STOKERS - OIL BURNERS Each Coming Year GAS EQUIPMENT ? 4 1129 Shenandoah Ave., N. W. Roanoke, Virginia One of Virginia ' s Great Stores VIRGINIA SOUTHERN ALBERT BROS. COLLEGE CONTRACTORS, INC. Departments: 1102 Tennessee Street Salem, Virginia Kennett School of Commerce Accounting and Business Administration School of Secretarial Training HIGHWAYS RAILROADS School of Salesmanship HEAVY CONSTRUCTION Speedwriting Institute Request Catalog L-258 Campbell Avenue at Third Street, S. W. Dial Roanoke, Virginia Day, 4741 — Night, 4-2313 i 2 . MISS McCONKEY KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM Phelps Armistead Supplies and Equipment for Hotels - Restaurants - Institutions FURNITURE Wm. P. Swartz, Jr. Co. AND APPLIANCES Incorporated 20 East Church Avenue 421 Luck Avenue Roanoke, Va. Phone 5518 Roanoke, Va. I Quasity Eggs Complete feed for lots of premium quality eggs with delicious flavor Rely on Layena CHECK-R-BOARD Roanoke, Va. Triangle Service Station College Avenue and Boulevard G. W. Robinson Sinclair Gas and Oil Washing and Greasing KANE FURNITURE CO., Inc. Congratulations from 22 East Campbell Avenue GEORGE T. HITCH Roanoke, Virginia JEWELER " Roanoke ' s Fast-Growing 118 West Campbell Avenue Furniture Store ” Roanoke, Virginia GREEN MARKET LAYMAN CANDY CO. Fancy Meats Groceries Candies - Tobacco - Specialties Quality Produce DISTRIBUTOR Dial 2370 8 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia Nutri-Tonic Home Permanent Salem, Virginia Phone Roanoke-3-4471 GEORGE A. JEFFREYS CO. Manufacturers of ENZYMES, VITAMINS AND ANTIBIOTICS Salem, Virginia 4 108 )■ Compliments of A FRIEND Southwest Virginia Building Co., Inc. Builders of American Houses, The House of Houses 813 Illinois Ave., Salem, Va. Telephone 2149 i3. MRS. GILLESPIE ROANOKE RECORD SHOP NEW AND USED RECORDS 78’s — 45’s — 33%’s REID AND CUTSHALL 13S. Jefferson Street Roanoke, Virginia Dial 2-7418 Better Furniture Since 1924 Silver Crafts Copper Crafts HANDWROUGHT BY LAWTON 427 Campbell Avenue, S. W. David B. Lawton Roanoke, Va. G. e. McDaniel ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK Serving Roanoke Since 1913 Sheet Metal Work —- Roofing — Ventilation Duct Work for Air Conditioning WORK DONE TO SPECIFICATIONS 1805 Shenandoah Ave., N. W. Phone 9567 STANFORD, INC. LAWRENCE GROCERY Outdoor Advertising - Neon Signs Groceries and General Merchandise Dial Salem, Va. - 4323 Dial 2917 R. F. D. No. 3 Salem, Va. SULLIVAN SUPPLY CO. HILL ' S FOOD MARKET Choice Meats and Groceries PLUMBING SUPPLIES Fruits and Vegetables Phone 2401 Salem, Va. Phone 3420 R. F. D. No. 3, Lee Highway, West C. J.CAIN RETTINGER MERC. CO. Groceries - Fresh Meat - Feed Since 1945 John H. Rettinger E. D. Rettincer Dry Goods - Esso Gas and Oil GENERAL MERCHANDISE Glenvar, Va. Dial 3209 SAM ' S J. M. LOGAN QUALITY CLOTHING SHOES DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS for the Entire Family 33 East Main Street Salem, Virginia POOLE ' S ESSO STATION Lunches—Beverages—All Night Service Courtesy, Honesty is Our Motto E. Main St. Dial 2904 Salem, Va. DAME ROOFING CO. Forced Air Heating and Air Conditioning Dial 2471 Established 1880 Compliments of H. H. PRICE ESSO STATION BEN CHAPMAN Corner Main and Union Streets Attorney Salem, Virginia IMPROVE YOUR DANCING IT’S FUN 7 LEARNING THE LATEST STEPS . . . Ross-Baily can improve your dancing in a few easy lessons, by teaching you the latest steps in Fox Trot, Waltz, Rum¬ ba, and Samba. You learn how to do them smoothly, easily and gracefully. Best of all, dancing lessons at Ross- Baily cost a lot less than you think! PHONE 3-3674 Ross-Baily SCHOOL OF DANCING, Inc. 506 S. Jefferson Street Studios in Richmond WHEN IT HAPPENS . . . It’s very important that your insurance be correctly written and with agents who can give good advice in preparing your claim. For Fire, Automobile, Compensation, Steam Boiler and All Other Kinds of Insurance, see RUTHERFOORD INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE 3-1511 4 170 }s - ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 14 . MRS. PARRISH DO YOU LIKE HOME WORK? You’ll like it a lo t more if you use the right light to study by. Eyes are priceless . . . and electric light is cheap. Appalachian Electric Power Company Francis R. Porter, President Reginald M. Wood, Vice President Securities Insurance Corporation 12 Kirk Avenue, W. Phone 2-3115 Roanoke, Virginia ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE " We Sell To Sell Again” SALEM HARDWARE COMPANY Electrical Appliances Next to Post Office Telephones: 2304 and 2305 Salem, Virginia For a distinctively different gift Visit the ROANOKE PET SHOP Pets of Every Description Complete Foods — Remedies — Accessories — Equipment Supplies for Every Pet LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE PET SHOP IN VIRGINIA Owned by Mrs. J. J. Bower of Wildheim Game Farm 29 West Salem Avenue Roanoke 11, Virginia SPECIAL BLANKET ACCIDENT INSURANCE for Students and Teachers of Public School Systems Our athletic group Accident Insurance coverage is recommended by the Virginia High School League NORTH AMERICA ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF VIRGINIA, Inc. R. A. Poff, District Manager Colonial Bank Building, Roanoke, Virginia Virginia’s Leading Hospitalization, Accident and Surgical Insurance Company THE HOTEL ASSOCIATION OF ROANOKE, VIRGINIA " The Star City of the South” WELCOMES YOU and invites you to use to the fullest the varied facilities placed at your disposal HOTEL ROANOKE 365 Rooms " A Modern Air-Conditioned Version of an Old English Inn” Kenneth R. Hyde George L. Denison Associate Managers HOTEL PATRICK HENRY HOTEL PONCE DE LEON 300 Rooms All public space and 7 5 bedrooms AIR CONDITIONED William E. Stubbs, Jr. Manager 200 Rooms Conveniently located to business and shopping center Garland W. Miller Manager 4 U2 ) IS. MRS. PEDIGO BOXLEY QUARRIES Crushed Limestone and Crushed Granite For Road Building — Concrete — Railroad Ballast — Furnace Flux Filter Stone — Agstone — Limestone Sand W. W. BOXLEY COMPANY 711 Boxley Building Roanoke 10, Virginia Five plants Located on N. W. Ry., A. C. L. R. R., and C. O. R. R. Because they ' re FRESH... more people buy Gordon’s fresh POTATO chips at your favorite fount- at your favorite store- Always ask for Gordon ' s ! 4 173 ]p 16 . MISS SARAH GOODWIN Southwest Virginia’s Largest Sporting Goods Store NELSON HARDWARE CO. Sporting Goods Department Distributors of All Types of Athletic Equipment 19 E. Campbell Avenue Roanoke, Virginia RALPH E. MILLS COMPANY Incorporated General Contractors Salem, Virginia Martin Cinder Block Telephone 3-1778 P. O. Box 2571 Company Chas. Lunsford Sons Veterans Facility Road Izard Roanoke, Virginia General Insurance Dial 2-0416 4 4 1010 Colonial-American Bank Bldg. Roanoke, Virginia Building blocks for all purposes Chas. P. Lunsford James J. Izard JOBE, FLORIST Fuel Oil Equipment 709 Bowman Avenue Co., Inc. Salem, Virginia Heating Oil for All Purposes Corsages, Pot Plants, Cut Flowers and Funeral Designs Dial 8866 Phone 3841 Roanoke, Virginia Dial Salem-3161 Blue Team, Blue Team COLONIAL BEAUTY SHOP Strut your stuff, We’ve gotta team That’s mighty tough! You knock ’em to the left— Mrs. Georgia W. Adams, Owner You knock ’em to the right— You tackle ’em hard Your Loveliness is Our Business With all your might. You stack ’em up high, And you mow ’em down, Come on team, let’s go to town! Colonial Theater Building Salem, Va. 17 . MRS. BROOKS Compliments of E. W. Chelf Commonwealth’s Attorney of Roanoke County BALLARD ' S AUTO ALIGNING SERVICE Frame and Axle Straightening Knee-Action Set and Aligned Wheel Aligning and Balancing Dial 2-5233 518-520 Salem Ave., S. W. Compliments ADAMS AND TATE CONSTRUCTION CO. ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS ASPHALT SURFACING Telephone 3-2409 Roanoke, Virginia BAKER EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Confidential Job-Placement Service Dial 3-1757 125 Kirk Ave., S. W. Dial Office 2-8817 PERDUE CINEMA SERVICE All Types of Motion Picture and Sound Equipment SALES — SERVICE — RENTALS 36 Kirk Ave., S. W. Roanoke, Virginia Boswell Realty Company, Inc. Real Estate RENTAL AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS P. O. Box 562 18 Kirk Avenue Dial 9256 Roanoke, Virginia Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio Patrick Henry Hotel Roanoke, Va. “If your complexion isn’t becoming to you, you should be coming to us” PHONE 2-6976 FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION i8. MISS WRIGHT SALEM ELEVATORS For Safe, Vertical Transportation Manufactured by Salem Foundry Machine Works Inc. Established 1889 Salem, Va. Andrew Lewis Class Rings Towle, Gorham, International, Wallace, Lunt and Heirloom Silver OLD VIRGINIA BRICK Salem Brick Co., Inc. Phone 2357 Salem, Va. LITTLE ' S SELF-SERVICE MARKET Groceries — Meats and Produce Frozen Foods 311 7th Street SALEM, VIRGINIA Phone 2909 We Deliver Brotherhood Mercantile Company in Roanoke since 1889 There’s a Reason GOOD CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN, AND STUDENTS 107 South Jefferson Street Dial 6297 Roanoke, Va. KIRK ' S JEWELERS 110 S. Jefferson St. Roanoke, Virginia Phone 6310 Fine Diamonds Gifts Compliments of Frigid-Freeze Lockers, Inc. DISTRIBUTORS OF Libby ' s Frozen Foods m so. mmsoM sth© ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 19 . MRS. STRICKLER Sun Brand Notion Co. Importers, Exporters, Converters and Wholesalers of Jewelry — Premium Merchandise Novelties — Notions and Sundries Salem, Virginia GLENN-MINNICH “ The Store with the Friendly Door " HI-SCHOOL SHOP THIRD FLOOR DAVIIKSONS Clotkters FLIoberdasKers Rwnokrt Most CtftusMHen -d Young Me«S« »C »—»» JI..I.M " Sea Food Steaks Chicken Archie ' s, Inc. Operators of Archie’s Lobster House Archie’s Gift Shoppe Heated Cabins with Showers Dial 3-4481 or 3-4482 R. F. D. No. 2, Box 251, Roanoke, Virginia 2 Miles North on U. S. Route 11 Wiley Fuel and Supply Corp. Lumber—Building Materials—Millwork Paints—Asbestos Siding and Roofing COAL Dial 3731 Salem, Virginia VIRGINIA Scrap Iron and Metal Co., Inc. Dial Roanoke 3-3667 1600 S. Jefferson St. Roanoke, Va. UNITED PAWN SHOP Luggage Jewelry Sporting Goods Corner Jefferson Street and Salem Avenue Roanoke, Virginia Compliments of SKYLINE CLEANERS Magic City Mortgage Co., Inc. JENNINGS-SHEPHERD CO. REAL ESTATE LOANS TOYS — SPORTING GOODS Roanoke, Virginia 24 W. Church Ave. Roanoke, Va. GRANT ' S Known for Values 21 W. Campbell Ave. Roanoke, Va. CONNER ' S FOOD MARKET Groceries and Meats Phone 2341 Main St. Salem, Va. 4 . 178 20 . MRS. SMITH Caldwell-Sites Company VETERAN ' S CAB Office Equipment — Stationery 24-Hour Service Wrecker Service Mimeographs and Supplies Free Wake-Up Service Gifts Correct Time Roanoke, Virginia Phones: 2339 — 2350 Compliments of J. M. TURNER AND CO. INCORPORATED General Contractors STROLL-O-CHAIR Complete Line of Baby Furniture E. O. Obenshain Exclusive Dealer for Southwest Virginia 313 Broad St. Dial 2722 Roanoke, Virginia Salem, Virginia Compliments SNEAD of LUMBER COMPANY SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA Wholesale Only SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Phone 2366 306 2d Street., S. W. Salem, Virginia Compliments OWEN PLUMBING HEATING of Contracting and General Repairing SHERWOOD BURIAL Just Behind Post Office PARK Dial 2269 Day or Night { 179 } V, l i y)J lr h r U A -y r « ' l ) f A •r y ! H J 0 ftjNf •V l | V thv N vO (1 w IN 9 -i. MISS WEBB wosbj CBS in Western Virginia National Business College Roanoke, Virginia Schools of Business Administration and Secretarial Science Compliments OLDSMOBILE of Sales and Service KASEY BUICK, Inc. COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE Salem, Virginia Phone 2364—Salem Dial 3151 Hart Motor Company, Inc. on the Main Street of Dixie 400 E. Main Street The Harrison Jewelry Co. GOODWIN-WILLIAMS Since 1888 CHEVROLET CORP. " Everything in Fine Jeivelry” 8-10 West Main St. 307 S. Jefferson St. Telephone 2375 Roanoke, Virginia Salem, Virginia GOODWIN-ANDREWS Compliments Incorporated of Herbie INSURANCE — real estate mortgage loans GEORGE ' S DRIVE-IN Dial 2329 (Biggest Little Drive-In) 306 East Main Street Roanoke, Virginia Salem, Virginia 4 iso V 22 . MRS. PUTNAM F. J. FRANCISCO Flora Realty Company, Inc. Stone Masonry -Realtors- " Everything in Stone ” Real Estate — Insurance and Loans Houses — Retaining Walls — Walks Dial 3946—Salem 118 W. Kirk Ave. Dial 8887 R. F. D. 2, Salem, Ya. Roanoke, Virginia Savings Accounts Home Loans C. L. FIELDER CO., Inc. First Federal Savings Loan Association Structural Steel 34 W. Church Ave. Fabricators and Erectors Dial 3-1539 Roanoke, Virginia BARNETTS TAXI ACME TYPEWRITER 2-Way Radio COMPANY Serving Salem for over 13 Years The Business Machine Center Dial 2444 312 E. Main St. Salem, Va. Roanoke, Virginia ACME PRINTERS C o ngratulati ons Incorporated and Best Wishes to the Printing Engraving 13-15 North College Ave. CLASS OF ' 52 Dial 2231 COLONIAL THEATRE Salem, Virginia Staff and Management Hg{ 181 } 23 . MR. PETERS THEY DO APPRECIATE CARPER ' S GIFTS 119 E. Main Phone 3381 SALEM, VIRGINIA BUSH-FLORA SHOE CO. 109 Campbell Avenue, West Dial 2-1955 Roanoke, Virginia Compliments of JACK WRIGHT BARBER AND BEAUTY SUPPLY CO. 603 Franklin Rd., S. W., Roanoke, Va. Compliments of WICKHAM S BARBER SHOP WALDRON REALTY CO. Uncle Tom ' s Bar-Be-Que REALTORS Famous for Pit Barbecue Since 1919 Dial 3-3671 Roanoke, Va. 2926 Franklin Rd., S. W., Roanoke, Va. LESTER W. HUFFMAN, AGENT SHELTON ' S GARAGE State Farm Insurance Companies All Kinds of Repair Work 313 W. Campbell Ave. Electric and Acetylene Welding Phones: Office 3-1776 Residence 2-4039 430 West Main Street Phone 2601 SHANK FURNITURE COMPANY Compliments of the OF SALEM " The Home of Fine Furniture” ROANOKE SHOE HOSPITAL 2-4-6 West Main Street Dial 4420 304 2d Street, S. W. Salem, Virginia Compliments of Compliments ROANOKE OPTICAL CO. of Roanoke, Virginia ROANOKE MILLS, Inc. Compliments PHLEGAR ELECTRIC CO. of Appliances and Fixtures — Delco Motors PRESTO CAFE Contracting and Repairs 15 East Campbell Ave. 11 S. College Avenue Salem, Va. J. C. Parrish Furniture Co., Inc. Compliments of Quality Furniture H. B. McMANAWAY 211 Randolph St., S. E. Roanoke, Va. Dial 7496 Sheriff of Roanoke County { 182 } 2 4 . MRS. SHOCKEY When you think of music think of McAVOY MUSIC HOUSE 122 W. Church Ave. Roanoke, Va. Dial 8587 Everything Musical MODERN BEAUTY SHOP 7 College Ave. Salem, Va. PHONE 3611 Compliments of MILLER TIRE SERVICE Martin Brothers Contractors, Inc. 29 W. Kirk Ave. Roanoke, Virginia Phone 5677 MARETA ' S Everything for the Ladies Salem, Va. Phone 2461 MANNING GROCERY 831 Indiana Street Phone 2980 Salem, Va. Magic City Sandwich Co. BOX LUNCHES Sandwiches for All Occasions 209 Franklin Road Roanoke, Va. MAC S SHOE SHOP ALL WORK GUARANTEED 520 Sixth St. at Marshall Ave. Compliments LEWIS BROTHERS Winkler Stokers KENNEDY MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE 605 Franklin Rd., S. W. Roanoke, Virginia KANN ' S 3 Floors of Fashion 309 South Jefferson St. Roanoke JAY-BEE-OF-VA. Feed Mill Machinery Compliments of JAMES BARBERSHOP HARLEY WEBSTER CO. Outdoor Advertising Neon Signs ROANOKE GLENVAR Franklin Road Esso Station LUNCH AND BEAUTY SHOP 224 Franklin Road Route 3 Phone 3003 Roanoke, Virginia Salem, Virginia Happy Motoring 4 183 } 25 - MRS. FISHER FERGUSON RADIO SERVICE Dial 3-3805 21 1 Franklin Rd. Let us do your work And you do the playing J. C. EWING GROCERY 1502 Eddy Street Dial 4481 Salem, Virginia " We Deliver’’ Engleby Auto Supply Co., Inc. 339 Luck Ave., S. W. Roanoke 3, Virginia Dixie Finance and Loan Corp. REAL ESTATE LOANS 301 Mountain Trust Bank Building Roanoke, Virginia CUSTER and FISHER CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Roanoke-2-7349 Troutville-2-1 167 Your financial circumstances have no bearing on the type of service we render, for we serve every family to the very best of our abil¬ ity. OAKEY 0akeij Service. Costs No More COLLEGE FOOD MARKET 207 College Avenue Phone 4721 Fancy Groceries — Meats — Produce Compliments of DOLORES CHELF ROY K. BROWN BLANKENSHIP DAVIS Opticians County Clerk 106 W. Church Avenue Roanoke, Virginia BEACH BROS. Compliments of GULF SERVICE ARMY AND NAVY SALES CO. " Lubrication Specialist” 110 East Campbell Avenue 30 West Main St. Salem, Virginia Roanoke, Virginia 4 184 26 . MRS. SHRIVER Facials — Scalp Treatments — Hair Dyeing DELMAR ' S BEAUTY SALON Specializing in Permanent Waves 2 i 6 j 4 E. Main St. Salem, Virginia Roanoke Paint and Glass Co. " Roanoke ' s Pioneer Paint Store” Window Glass Lowe Brothers Wall Paper Mirror Glass Painters’ Supplies Paints, Varnish and Enamels Dial 2-1743 10 Church Ave., S. E. P. O. Box 383 CAM BILL ' S BEST First Choice of Good Cooks Since 1882 At Your Favorite Grocery Store MEN’S WEAR Roanoke, Virginia 116-132 NORTH JEFFERSON STREET ROANOKE, VIRGINIA The Last Cheer The past year’s game is finished, lost and won. With joy and yet regret, we leave these halls, Some to return and some to terminate Their training and go forth to start the Game In earnest. All of us will look back on Our practice Game with cherished memories Of teammates, coaches, spectators. We look Ahead with youthful hope to coming years. i C ? . f A - rt C4LsC k -caj-c L jjt . — a. S.l ' ' ' CUUst .? . )X° .. " " CZ yLcft X cy er - ' x ? T ± rf Yf ’ i t - 7 ? ' - »• „ ' Tf C 4- y 9 nvrV rKV V ' T ' it n-o ' y K wu-o-y —+nnKnr pvV - t my ' -ftT vvr f -- , • ' y, j U : -Ctr. 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