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

 - Class of 1952

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Page 110 text:

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 }

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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)



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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 }

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