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

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) ' V The PioneerTzT ' ) ,y v.- v iqC 7 T x l 1 V T 3 U-eJ y -l- i iff a- M ' , ' V , PUBLISHED BY STUDENT BODY V j) f y OF iT k J l ANDREW LEWIS HIGH SCHOOL 7 V J Y yV IR Nancy Garst. Editor Charles Gwaltney. Business Manager Mrs. Bertha Fisher. Sponsor sMctws AU J f 5g Z u and ; c-t C CS JL jU Far JU J1 : ' u) .tajjj aX W ' .A ' • J • J ' M a ' s yl ju ip f S KJ -49 W y r f XJldrfA ' to Work p. f) yrff sirt L, JuWwKti to Play, Ottf to Develop Talent, to Serve, to Seek Guidance, to Share, to Have Fun, and to Make Friends. Foreword Another autumn of flaming colors has been swept away by the icy wind of winter, which, in its turn, was melted by the first warm breath of spring and so another year has passed. We remember how it began, how energetic we were as we fell into the mad rush of our new classes and how none could escape the fervor of our spirit as it swelled from our pep assemblies in songs and yells to announce the football season. But then came the drab, dreary days when we felt warm and content to sit in our classrooms as the cold rains beat against the windows. Soon, however, we noticed that sunny little dandelions had sprung up overnight in the court and at lunch time the green spring lawn grew more and more inviting. Now the last pages of our calendar have been turned and the year is ended. Each season brought its days of torrent rain and streaming sunshine, just as our years to come will bring us days of happiness and some of grief. But as each season progresses toward the next, so let this year help us on our way for those to come. Whether it was our first year, a transitional year, or our final year at Andrew Lewis, each of us will want to remember it, and so our purpose has been to give a story of this year, season by season, just as it happened. With the hope that now, or in years to come, as you turn these pages, you will relive this year, we present the Pioneer of 1953. 4 -o $ 6 ft James E. Peters Dedication To one who has high ideals, To one who has given richly of his life and experience to innumerable students, To one who has been a friend of the years, ambassador of cheer, hope, and good will, exponent of trust and best in friend, as a token of gratitude for being a true friend to every student, We, the staff, dedicate the 1953 Pioneer. “A Friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of Nature.” — Emerson. I ' TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ADMINISTRATION.... 9 CLASSES. 15 ACTIVITIES Fall. 70 Winter . 86 Spring.102 ORGANIZATIONS .... 115 ADVERTISEMENTS.145 Administration -A (U jiu jc. M 0 ) yYuzJJr Coordination! . . . Administration! “What’s in a name?” In our estimation They are the same. Evidently, teachers are in rapport With the administration. So what student could ask for more When in need of arbitration? Greetings: To the members of the staff of the Pioneer and the faculty sponsors who have given so much of their time, thought and labor to the production of the annual for 1953, I express for the school its deepest appreciation. Your labors have produced for all of the Andrew Lewis family a book of which we may be justly proud. To the Seniors of 1953, I bring the warmest greeting and good wishes. It has been my hope that during your sojourn of five years of work and of plans at Andrew Lewis the school may have pre¬ pared each of you in some measure for the task of making a living and of making a life in the years ahead. Sincerely, E. B. Broadwater Principal 10 Mr. F. Carroll Alexander Assistant Principal l Faculty Mrs. Helen Ames Home Economics Mrs. Evelyn L. Blake Home Economics Mrs. Marie L. Brookes English , Social Science Mrs. Dorothea Chick Arithmetic, Science Mr. I jAURItz Christensen Band Mr. Paul K. Coffman General Science Miss Annie Virginia Cook Latin Mr. Herbert M. Copenhaver Driver Education, Assistant Football Coach Mr. Walter C. Crawford Track Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Physical Education, Economic Geography Mrs. Margaret V. Easter History Mrs. Bertha C. Fisher English Mrs. Mary O. Garner History , Economic Geography Mrs. Gladys E. Gillespie General Mathematics Miss Mary H. Goodwin Typing Miss Sarah C. Goodwin English Mrs. Mary Hackman English, History Edwin K. Harless Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Physical Education, Audiovisual Director Mr. Frank Houchens Consumer Economics, Distributive Education Miss Alice B. Kidd English, Social Science M iss L. Mildred Kidd English, Social Science Mr. Robert E. Kinzie Agriculture Shop Mr. E. W. Lilly Shop Mrs. Rose F. Little English, Latin Miss Edith E. Luke Social Science, Science Miss Edna L. Mantz Biology, Science Miss Jimmie Marie Martin Physical Education Miss Mary Jane Maxwell Arithmetic Miss Annie McConkey Geometry, Trigonometry Miss Dorothy C. Miller English, French Mrs. Lake L. Newton Librarian Mrs. Mary S. Parrish Arithmetic, English Mrs. Betty Jo Patsel Drama, Physical Education ' ■ L ADA Mrs. Carrie M. Pedigo n English Mrs. Nelle H. Peery Music l CL aJ[ Xu.tU«$ Mr. James E. Peters (LSUkJjlAr OW-T Agriculture t lL A ' j f ypKyyfjA I - ' JUtsS ' J renY: ' Purcell Rook,keeping, Office Practice, Typing ?. aIarilyn M. Putnam listory, English yul t fi A Mrs. Louise D. Rice Geometry, Algebra Mr. Paul Schwartz Shop, Mechanical Drawing Mr. William M. Scott Veterans ' 1 Agriculture Training Mrs. Ethel S. Shockey Algebra, Advanced Arithmetic Mrs. Louise E. Shriver Sociology, Civics ,E A ' Mrs. Forrest M. Smith Civics, Debating Mrs. Brame P. Spessard English, History, Typing Mrs. Pearl C. Strickler Public Speaking, English Mrs. Hazel L. Waters Advanced Arithmetic Miss Leslie V. Watkins Biology, Physics Miss Pauline Webb Chemistry, Biology Miss Mary E. Wright Science, Social Science Mrs. Della M. Bradley Manager of Cafeteria Mrs. Evelyn G. Foley Secretary to the Principal Mrs. Ruth C. Robinson Secretary NOT PICTURED Mr. Harold L. Johnston Football Coach, Physical Education Mr. John H. Snapp English Classes There is rush between classes. There is noise on Senior hall. The time passes quickly. Soon class time will call. The bang of the lockers, The hum of the mass, The rushing and running, Mean it’s time for a class. Senior Class Spring again! New life! New hope! Our Senior year at high school was comparable to the springtime of a new year, when we launched out into new interests, new ideas, and new activities. As nature awakens in the spring when winter is past and a new year has come, we awakened to the realization that our high school days were almost over and a new life would soon begin. Remember how we felt when we first took our places in the Senior Class ? That coveted goal had at last been reached. It gave us a feeling of pride and satisfaction to know that WE were Seniors. We felt that our hard work had been rewarded by the honor and prestige that is always due a Senior. As we approached the time for a change of seasons, there came the excitement of Senior Day when we left our work and worries behind us and shared a day of pleasure and companionship. Then came the big night of graduation, when we received our diplomas and marched out of the auditorium for the last time, singing the Alma Mater and blinking back the tears of sadness at the departure of our high school life, but with a thrill in our hearts because a new life had begun. 4 16 } VIRGINIA ABBOTT Virginia is very calm and collected; In this world she will not be neglected. JOAN ALLS Always first is this little lass, Whether at roll call or in the class. ROBERT ALLS After All is said and done, Robert is our favorite one. REBECCA ALTICE Becky is cute and lots of fun, And has a smile for everyone. EDITH AMOS We have the Amos, but no Andy, Still our Edith is just dandy. ADRIENNE ANDERSON Adrienne is quite an outstanding girl; There are not many like her in this world. MARY ANNE y ANDERSON .She does,the Charleston, oh, so fine; Ln most Mfvthingj she will shine. ‘ lire,A j w • •• M ’ DON AN f SELMO , t Whenever you hear a LWis girl .sigh, , You know our Town Jana ei is passing by, DELORA ARGABRIGHT Delora, with your eyes so brown, Our troubles you always help to drown. LLOYD ATKINSON This is one “Skip” that will not be skipped, Nor is it likely will ever be gyped. DONALD BARKER Our Don is a big husky man; He will make the best; we know he can. CHRYLL BATEMAN Chryll is every girl’s heart throb, Around him they all do mob. JAMES BAYNE Jimmy Bayne is our extra point star; You can bet that he will go far. JAMES BEAN Anywhere our team is seen, There you will find Jimmy Bean. NORMA BECK A cute little blond is Miss Beck. Wc all love her a bushel and a peck. PATRICIA BENOIS Clever little Pat is quite our style, And in our hearts she will be on file. ELIZABETH BLACKWELL Orchids go to this delightful maid; We know she will always make the grade. LILLIE BOHON She is our Lillie of the Valley, And around her the boys rally. DOROTHY BOONE Here’s to our happy Dorothy Boone; In band she is never out of tune. N ANCY BOONE This Boone is a boon to all; She is really on the ball. DORIS BOWLES Gay is she and oh, so fair; We all just love her auburn hair. WILLIAM BOWLES William Bowles, that is Doris’s brother, Is our hero, above any other. WILLIAM BOWMAN William is fun to be around; That is certain, we have found. MARIE BRIZENDINE She helps in the cafeteria, Marie Brizendine, At lunch-time she is always on the scene. WILLIAM BROGAN “Oh, where have you been, Billy Boy, Billy Boy?” “ I’ve been chasing the girls, they are really my joy.” JOAN BRYAN She keeps us in stitches, this girl Joan; Without her jokes, we all will moan. GEORGIA BUTERAKOS Georgia is an A. L. peach; Her highest goal will be in reach. SHIRLEY CAMPBELL As surely as 2 + 2 is four, We know Shirley will make the score. JIMMY CANDLER In track, in basketball, in football too, We all know Jimmy will more than do. PATRICIA CARPER Everyone likes little Pat. Her friendly smile makes her like that. SHIRLEY GAY CARTER Shirley is gay, that, we all know. Whenever you see her, her face seems to glow. CHARLES CHARLTON A rooty-toot-toot he blows his flute; For this lad, each student will root. ROBERT CHARLTON Robert Charlton is known as Bobby; Sporting crew-cuts must be his hobby. NORMA JEAN CONNER With sandy hair and sparkling eyes, She is so witty and, oh, so wise. GENEVIEVE CRAIGHEAD A wonderful homemaker she is, we boast; We bet that her family will not eat burnt toast. JACKIE CROSSWHITE On the tennis court he will never go wrong. Around our Jackie people will throng. CLARA CROTTS She is a smart one, this Clara Crotts; Like every one else, we love her lots. SHIRLEY CRUISE Ask any one who really knows. He will say Shirley is like a rose. IRIS CUNDIFF Rings on her fingers, bells on her toes, She will have music wherever she goes. GERALD CUSTER Maybe he did not witness Custer’s last stand; But nevertheless, we think Gerald is just grand. WALTER DEARING Some call him Junior, and some call him Walter; On the road of life he will never falter. BETTY DODSON We shall miss Betty with her black hair. Soft brown eyes and face so fair. JANE DODSON Whenever you see a girl like Jane, You will never see a cloud of rain. PATTY DONALDSON A successful future is foreseen, For Andrew Lewis’s Chief Y-Teen. GEORGENIA DRAPER A lovely voice and a friendly smile, Are things we shall remember a long, long while. JOLYNNE DRAPER In all her activities on senior hall, Jolynne is always the belle of the ball. JEANETTE EGGLESTON Dainty, pretty and sweet without bounds, She is a Beta, who looks as good as she sounds. EVERETTE ELLERS Everette is our boy for getting into stews, But we sh all have to admit he knows his p’s and q’s. JOAN FARMER rson MARY FELD Alary is merry. She is sweet as a cherry EDWARD FERGUSON He is peaches; he is cream, He is captain of the team. JOHNNY FERGUSON With those horses, he is on the track; And for friends he will never lack. SHIRLEY FITZGERALD A little blonde, who is happy-go-lucky, We all agree that she is just ducky. WILLARD FLORA crew-cut JOHN GARDNER In Public Speaking he likes to act; For teasing, he has quite a knack. DAVID GARNER He is a senior, that is the best. His jokes are better than all the rest. ANNETTE GARST A wonderful dancer, who is always neat, We think our May Queen cannot be beat. NANCY GARST We treasure Nancy as our editor dear, And also as giving the team a cheer. RALPH GEARHART Ralph, a regular red-headed boy, Has always been a bundle of joy. JOHN GIBSON Handsome John, a little shy, Has always been a lucky guy. WESLEY GILLOCK Always ready to smile or joke, His friends he will never provoke. WILMA JEAN GLADDEN Wilma, we think that you are just great; In our book you will always rate. JACK GOOD Our Student Council president, Jack, Talents and ambition will never lack. MARTHA GOODWIN With a Rah! Rah! Rah! for the A. L. team, This little girl is on the beam. JACK HALE Hale is hearty, that we know; He is sure to be some lady’s beau. JOAN HANCOCK Joan Hancock, has a name so famous, W e all love her. Can you blame us? VIRGINIA HAYES Always talking, always gay, She has brightened many a day. JAMES HENSLE Jimmy Hensley is quite a chap. He is really a feather in our cap. CAROL GREGSON Here is one girl who is really smart; For college she already has a good start. PHYLLIS GRUBB With a rustle here and a giggle there, A girl like Phyllis is very rare. BETTY GUERRA F.veryone yells when she laughs, “Ho, Ho!” “Who is it? It is Betty Jo.” CHARLES GWALTNEY C is for charming, G is for guy; He is the apple of everyone’s eye. GEORGE HILL Georgic-Porgie, that’s our guy, He really gives the girls a sigh. ELEANOR HONAKER A cute little lass with winning ways, We shall remember her all of our days. ELOISE HORSLEY A Jefferson girl who was so true, But now cheers for Andy Lou. VIVIAN HUFFMAN A monitor who is seen in the halls We shall cherish within these walls. ROBERTINE HUGHES We think girls like Robertine Are too few and far between. BILL HURT Quiet and reserved is leader Hurt; About him you can dig no dirt. NORMA LEE JOHNSON Here is a girl whom we can trust; We know her charm will never rust. PATRICIA JOHNSTON Talented Pat is out getting an ad; All through the years, she has been our fad. SHIRLEY JOHNSTON As a skater, she keeps her step; We wish we had some of her pep. RAYMOND KANE There arc a walking cane and a candy cane; But none quite like our Raymond Kane. RAYMOND LEE Tooting his horn or on the stage, We all think Ray is quite the rage. JUNE LEFFEL June is the girl with creative ability. She will succeed in all probability. LINDA LEE LUCAS Lads love little Linda Lee; The reason why is easy to see. JAMES LYONS James will soon be a Navy boy; Then he will be shouting “Ship-a-hoy!” NANCY LYONS A good sense of humor and hair so blonde, Characterize Nancy, of whom we are fond. SHIRLEY MARTIN She has our vote as a beauty queen, As “Miss America” she may be seen. BETTY McCORMACK Cheering us on against our foes. Or as a dancer she is on her toes. VIRGINIA MILLER Our Connecticut Yankee who says “You all” Is bound to make some boy fall. CONNIE MILLS Energetic, full of sport, For the Evens she has held the fort. JEAN MOORE This girl helped write these lyrics And always kept us in hysterics. BARBARA MORGAN Barbara is an outstanding Beta, Because she is good at looking up data. SHIRLEY MOSES Dressed so neat and quite in style, She knows her number the boys will dial. BETTY MOWLES The cream of the crop Is our carrot top. JAY MUSSER Our mischievous choir boy, Jay, Is always making somebody gay. m FRED NICAR If he seems shy or bashful to you, ou don’t know Fred the way we do. MARY JANE NUNLEY A member of our D. E., A working girl she wants to be. KENNETH O’BEIRNE He is president of our senior class. He is sure to win a pretty lass. DONALD OTEY Out on a farm or making a speech, The highest star he strives to reach. BETTY LOU PARDUE She is a whiz at shorthand, And her singing is just grand. NORMA JEAN PETERS If you choose her, you will never miss; She puts everyone in a heavenly bliss. ALONZA PHILPOTT Our star tackle is Alonza Philpott; When he is on the team, it is really hot. JOHN PHILPOTT John is surely a good scout; In time of need, he will help you out. MARIE PHIL POTT In all her work, she is quite a sport; And she is good on the tennis court. MARY FRANCES PLUNKETT Intelligent, cute and petite, This little girl is really neat. DAPHINE POFF Although she is a Mrs. now, From this class she takes a bow. DONNA POFF We shall always remember you; You cheer us up when we are blue. GEORGE POFF A long-time member of the F. F. A. He wil l be able to find his way. RODNEY POFF Rodney’s ability we all have admired; And many happy days he has inspired. WILLIAM PUGH In life, as in the F. F. A., he will surely win, Our red-headed Bill, with his friendly grin. BOBBY RAGLAND In study no time does he waste; Bobby, you really suit our taste. RACHEL REESE “Rachel, Rachel, we’ve been thinking, How do you keep the boys winking?” CHARLOTTE ROCH Rochy is our girl at sports; She has wits of many sorts. CALVIN ROHRBOUGH Calvin is the reticent kind; A nicer boy would be hard to find. BARBARA RONK Since, to Barbara, Jimmy came She has been willing to change her name. MARGIE RUTROUGH Margie is never without a date; A happy life will be her fate. HELEN SARVER An unusual blonde who is always so bright, On the job or at school she is all right. CORETTA SHEPPARD Maybe this Sheppard doesn’t tend sheep, But memories of her, we shall always keep. HARRY SIMPSON This is our Harry, handsome man; He always does the best he can. O. C. SIMPSON, JR. I see! You see! We all see O. C. CLAUDINE SIRRY A charming girl is Claudine Sirry; Boy, would we like to read her diary! SHIRLEY ANNE SISSON We won’t forget this pretty, Sisson; Her cute ways we shall all be “missin’.” EDITH SIX Edith is quite a brain, we hear; She makes straight A’s every year. MI OKIE SIX Here’s to Mickie, charming lass; You’ll find her in some dancing class. RUSSELL SMILEY Russell Smiley is six foot four; In basketball he boosts our score. POLLY SMITH Smith may be a common name, But no other Polly could be the same. WAYNE SMITH Wayne is a band member tried and true. And for his wit praises are due. CURTIS SNYDER Curtis is an athletic guy. VVe shall miss him at this “High.” DICKIE SOSSAMAN Here is to our own cute Dickie; Now he is one that is really tricky. MARY SPANGLER When a citizen of Girls’ State, Our little Mary surely did rate. LOUIS SPRADLIN Louis Spradlin loves to sing; Perhaps someday he will replace Bing. ALMEDA SPROLES Sixth period, Almeda is hard at work; When it comes to typing she will never shirk. MARY ST.CLAIR This girl’s wit we shall always treasure; Knowing her has been a pleasure. H. L. STANLEY At sports H. L. is a joy, And also as our choir boy. RONALD STEPHENSON His personality is like a spark; In this world he will make his mark. PATRICIA STUART Pat is high on the ladder of success; W e wish her lots of happiness. EDDIE TALLEY Talley is quite a guy we have found; We depend on him for a touchdown. LOIS TERRY Lois Terry or Lois Lee This little girl is cute as can be. FRANCES THOMPSON So full of life with her sparkling eyes, We all know Frances will surely rise. CLAYTON TINNELL, JR. When Clayton, our boy, begins to dance; All the girls go into a trance. SHIRLEY TUTTLE “Five foot two, eyes of blue” Girls-like Shirley are too few. FRANK UMBERGER We like hamburger or a cheeseburger, But best of all we like Frank Umberger. ELIZABETH UNDERWOOD When in basketball the Odds yell, “More!” They look to Betsy to raise the score. I l DONALD YANDERGRIFT Don talks at a very fast clip; We guarantee he will never slip. DAVID VAUGHN He is a member of the Barber Shop Quartet; We know he will be a famous singer yet. LARRY WAGGONER Larry Waggoner hails from Kentucky; To have him here, we are really lucky. JO ANN WALKER 4-H work is her pride; In her heart it will abide. SANDRA WALKER With a happy laugh and a smile so bright, To have her near makes things just right. WILLIAM WEBSTER, JR. He may not be a William Tell, But he surely does ring the bell. SHIRLEY WILSON Shirley is a sweet little girl; In the sea of life, she is really a pearl. GEORGE WOOD, JR. For our light-hearted, fun-loving Buck, We want to wish the best of luck. JACK WIMMER An F. F. A. member now is he; Maybe a farmer he will be. ROY WIRT Fie is a football player brave and bold; From far and near his fame is told. JANET WRIGHT A little blonde is Janet Wright; She has a date most every night. JANET YOUNG In French Class she is in deep despair, But otherwise she has not a care. RUBY FRANCES YOUNG If of precious stones we had our choice, For Ruby we would shout with a happy voice. CECELIA ZINI The S. C. A. Cecelia did lead, She did a good job we all agreed. Senior M Most Creative Don Anselmo June Leffel If it is creative work you need Here are two to fill the bill. They have the talent to proceed With results that come from skill. Most Dependable Bill Hurt Adrienne Anderson On these you know you can depend, For they are of that rare kind That always will our trust defend, And be the best that you can find. Eddie Talley Patty Donaldson They have the qualities, the combination, That wins them many a vote And brings them both a big ovation, Which they deserve, if you will note. Typical Seniors Willard Flora Joan Farmer The way they act, the things they do, Their way of walking down the hall, Make them typical through and through, Of A. L.’s seniors, one and all. 4 38 bjt Js44A SSL y cO h $4 of Jhuji, Ab y vitu x+t d[ Senior Mirror Friendliest George Hill Pat Johnston In A. L.’s halls or wherever you go You would never find a friendlier pair. They are always ready to wave “hello,” With a sunny smile you know will be there. Best School Spirit Buck Wood Martha Goodwin They have the spirit that keeps us strong, The kind that lasts all through the game. They keep this spirit all day long, At school or not, it is the same. Most Cooperative Billy Brogan Nancy Garst When you are in need of someone To cooperate with you, Call on these to get it done. They can work with any crew. Most Personality Tommy Gwaltney Georgenia Draper This lad and lass know what to say And how and when to say it. They have the smile, the winning way. That always seem a hit. 4 39 }i Senior Most Intellectual Louis Spradlin Mary Frances Plunkett In Andrew Lewis we all agree These two will always make the grade, In class or life, as it may be, Their future is as good as made. Best Leaders Jack Good Joan Alls They have led the Class of ’53 Throughout the years now past. In years to come, they still will be Remembered first and last. Mirror Most J ersatile Clayton Tinnell Iris Jo Cundiff In everything they do excel, This talented, versatile two. We know that they will ring the bell No matter what they do. Most Likely to Succeed Kenneth O’Beirne Jeanette Eggleston This girl and boy will surely succeed; They have a spark you cannot kill; In everything they always lead; They always have and they always will. ■ Jf i ' . 4 +0 Wittiest Jimmy Bean Mary Anne Anderson For a sly quip or a witty remark You can depend on these two. You will never find them in the dark. They have the gift of very few. Cutest Senior Mirror IBSON Best Looking Annette Garst If a pretty girl and a handsome boy dould count their looks as gold, We shall tell you now, and not be coy, These two would have wealth untold. Most Athletic Jimmy Candler Ginny Miller Dickie Sossaman Polly Smith In all sports, these two stand out As leaders in this field. They will succeed without a doubt And many honors yield. A cuter pair could not be found, If you searched the countryside. For vivaciousness they are renowned, And happiness will be their guide. 4 41 iv K Senior Directory VIRGINIA ANNE ABBOTT 4-II Club, 1; Latin Club, 3, 4; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Annual Follies, 4; Choral, 2, 3; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Operetta, 4; Senior Talent Show, 5; Monitor, 5. MARY JOAN ALLS Class Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Home Room President, I, 2; Treasurer of Sopho¬ more Class, 3; Vice President of Junior Class, 4; Secretary of Senior Class, 5; Secre¬ tary of Student Council, 5; Student Council, 4, 5; State Secretary of Student Council, 5; S. C. A., 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Bi- Phy-Chem Club, 3, 4; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Choral, 1, 2, 5; Senior Choir, 5; Easter Pageant, 2, 3, 4; Senior Mirror; Delegate to Girls’ State, 4; Annual Follies, 5; Public Speaking, 5; Delegate to State Student Council Con¬ vention, 4, 5; Delegate to District Student Council Convention, 4, 5; Latin Tourna¬ ment, 3. ROBERT MONROE ALLS Industrial Arts, 3, 4, 5; Distributive Educ ation. REBECCA LOUISE ALTICE S. C. A„ 4, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; F. H. A., 3; Sports, 1, 4; Home Room Treasurer, 3; Choral, 2, 3; Monitor, 5; Basketball, 3. EDITH MAXINE AMOS Library Club, 2; F. H. A., 3, 4, 5; Fashion Show, 3, 4, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Choral, 2; Y-Teen Washington Trip, 3; Library Assistant, 2, 3. ADRIENNE CHRISTINE ANDERSON Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Library Club, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Head Typist, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Home Room Treasurer, 2; Home Room Secretary, 3, 4; Choral, 2; Junior Choir, 3, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; State Latin Tournament, 4; Operetta, 4; Y-Teens Washing¬ ton Trip, 3; Senior Mirror, 5; Public Speaking, 5; Senior Talent Show, 5; Latin Club Assembly, 5; Beta Club Convention, 5; Library Assistant, 2. DORIS JUNE BOWLES Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 5; S. C. A., 5; Home Ec, 3. ROBERT WILLIAM BOWLES WILLIAM THOMAS BOWMAN Projection Club, 1; F. F. A., 3, 4, 5. ELIZABETH MARIE BRIZENDINE 4-H Club, 1; Home Ec, 3, 4; Monitor, WILLIAM LETCHER BROGAN Latin Club, 2, 3; Easter Pageant, 2, 3; F. F. A., 3, 5; Stage Crew, 2, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Class Council, 3; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Circulation Manager, 5; Public Speaking, 4; Town Day, Mayor, 5; Annual Follies, 4, J. JOAN CATHERINE BRYAN Transfer Student Y-Teens, 4, 5; Latin Club, 5; S. C. A., 4. GEORGIA ANNE BUTERAKOS SHIRLEY GAY CAMPBELL Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 5; S. C. A., 4, 5. JAMES KENNETH CANDLER F. F. A. Club, 3; Track, 3, 4; Football, 4, 5; Basketball, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 4, s, President, 5. PATRICIA ANNE CARPER Home Room President, 1; Class Council, 1; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Vice Presi¬ dent, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Home Room Captain, 4; Pep Club, 3; Annual Staff, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Senior Choir, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Easter Pageant, 4, 5. SYLVIA GERTRUDE CARROLL Senior Library Club, 3; Newspaper Staff, 5; Monitor, 5. MARY ANNE ANDERSON Transfer Student Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Head Home Room Captain, 4; Home Room Captain, 5; Newspaper Staff, 4; Pep Club, 3; Easter Pageant, 4; Senior Mirror, 5; Senior Talent Show, 5; County Fair Talent Show, 1st Place, 4; Stu¬ dent Director, Pageant, 5. DONALD ROBERT ANSELMO Transfer Student Track, 4, 5; Football, 5; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 5; Monogram Club, 5; Home Room President, 5; Town Day, Town Manager, 5; Senior Mirror; Science Talent Search, 5. DELORA MADALENE ARGABRIGHT Junior Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A., 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Choral, 2. KENNETH GAYLE ARGABRIGHT Industrial Arts Club, 3, 4, 5; D. E. Club, 5. IVAN LLOYD ATKINSON Projection Club, 1; Home Room Treasurer, 3; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 5; Mon¬ itor, 5. SAMUEL DONALD BARKER Football, 2; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Town Day, Town Engineer, 5. NORTON CHRYLL BATEMAN Transfer Student Hi-Y, 2, 3; Football, 4. JAMES THOMAS BAYNE Monogram Club, 6; Varsity Football, 5, 6; Junior Varsity Football, 4; A. L. “145” Team, 3; Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, 5, 6. DONALD JAMES BEAN Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, 5; Junior Varsity Football, 2, 3; Varsity Football, 5, 6; Mono¬ gram Club, 6; Senior Mirror, 6; Spring Festival, 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer, 5; Art Exhibit, 3; Town Day, Vice Mayor and Assistant Town Engineer, 6. NORMA LEE BECK Junior Y-Teens, 2; Latin Club, 3; Senior Y-Teens, 4. PATRICIA ANNE BENOIS S. C. A., 3, 4, 5; Choral, 2. ELIZABETH ANN BLACKWELL S. C. A., 1, 2; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5. LILLIE MARIE BOHON Library Club, 2, 3; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; F. H. A., 3, 4, 5; Secretary, 4; Degrees Committee, 3; Junior Homemaker’s Degree, 4; Home Room Vice President, 2, 3, President, 4, Treasurer, 5; Class Council, 4; Delegate to Girls’ State, 4; Monitor, 5. DOROTHY ELIZABETH BOONE Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3; F. H. A., 3, 4, 5; Fashion Show, 3, 4, 5; Model at Hotel Roanoke, 4; Band, I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Work Shop Band, 5; Choral, 2; Modern Dance, 5. NANCY VEST BOONE Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 3, 4; Archery, 3; Modern Dance. 5; Modern Dance Club, 5; Public Speaking, 4; Public Speaking Play, 4; Softball, 3; Modern Dance Recital, 5; Drama, 5; 4-H Club, 1; Home Ec Fashion Show, 4; Y-Teen Home Room Captain, 3; Monitor, 5; Sports Club, 4; Newspaper Staff, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; Dance Recital, 5; Y-Teen Washington Trip, 5; Forensics, 4. SHIRLEY GAY CARTER Thanksgiving Program, 5; S. C. A., 2, 3, 4, 5; Home Room Treasurer, 2; Choral, 2; Senior Choir, 5; 4-H Club, 1, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4; Pep Club, 3; Home Room Song Leader, 4; Easter Pageant, 5; Christmas Program, 5. CHARLES MAYO CHARLETON Band, 2, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 1; Hi-Y, 3, President, 4; Monitor, 5; Civics As¬ sembly, ;; All-State Concert Band, 5; Shubert Music Festival, 4; Vice Presi¬ dent, Senior Home Room, 5; Operetta, 4; Blue Ridge Hi-Y Conference, 4; Vice President of Inner-Club Hi-Y Council, 5; Model General Assembly, 5. ROBERT WILARD CHARLTON NORMA JEAN CONNER Basketball, 1; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4; Sports Club, 2, 3,4, s; Basketball, 2, 3, 4, J; Hockey, 3; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5. IRIS GENEVIEVE CRAIGHEAD Transfer Student Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Town Day, Town Stenographer, 5; F. H. A., 3, 4, 5; Presi¬ dent, 4, 5; Delegate to Seventh Annual Convention of Future Homemakers at Madison College, 4; Degrees Committee, 3; Junior Homemakers’ Degree, 4; Chapter Homemakers’ Degree, 5; Applicant for State Homemakers’ Degree, 5; Monitor, 5; F. H. A. Fashion Shows, 3, 4, 5. JACKIE RAY CROSSWHITE Hi-Y Club, 4, S; Music, 2, 3, 4, 5; Senior Choir, 4, 5; Operetta, 2, 4; Basket¬ ball Manager, 4; Latin Club, 3; Easter Pageant, 4, J; Baccalaureate Ceremony, 4, 5; Commencement, 4, 5; News Staff, 1, 2. CLARA MARIE CROTTS Basketball, 1; Library Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; S. C. A., 4; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 5; Latin Club, 5; Science Talent Search, 5; Annual Staff Class Editor, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Town Day, Health Officer, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Junior Classical League, 5; Science Clubs of America, 5; Monitor, 5; Library Assistant, 3. SHIRLEY VIVIAN CRUISE Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, Charter Member, S; National Science Talent Search, 5; Monitor, 5; Latin Club Assembly, 4. IRIS JOSEPHINE CUNDIFF Operetta, 2, 4; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Music Chairman, 3, 4, s; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5; Accompanist, 3, 4, 5; Publicity Chairman, 5; Junior Choir, 3, 4, Accompanist, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman, 4; Pep Club, 4; Beta Club, 3,4, 5; Annual Follies, 4; “The Midnight Ghost” Play, ;; Public Speaking, 5; American Legion Public Speaking Contest, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, s; Band, I, 2, 3, Accompanist, 2, 3, 4; Home Room Secretary, 1, 3; News Staff, 2, 3, 4, 5, Reporter, 2, Feature Writer, 3, Associate Editor, 4, Co-Editor, 5; Delegate to Southern Inter-Scholastic Press Association Convention, 3, 4; Shubert Music Festival, 4; Beta Club Convention, 3; Home-Coming Dance Talent Show, 3, 4; County Fair Talent Show, 3, 4; District Five Music Festival, 3; April Fool Day Program, 1; Eighth Grade Trio; Virginia Music Camp, 1, 2, 3, 4; National Forensic League, 5; Y-Teen Choir Accompanist, 3, 5; Junior Program, “Spring Varieties of ’49”; May Court Dancers, Accompanist, 4; Representative to All- Western District Choir, 5; Senior Talent Show, 5; Civics Assembly, 4, 5; Y-Teen Assembly, 4, 5; Virginia Classical League, 5; Senior Mirror. GERALD KENNETH CUSTER WALTER DEARING BETTY RUTH DODSON Senior Y-Teens, 5; F. H. A., 3, 4; F. H. A. Secretary, 5; Fashion Show, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2; Monitor, 5. • G{ 42 } Senior Directory MARTHA JANE DODSON S. C. A., 2; F. H. A., 3, 4, s; Senior Y-Teens, 5; Fashion Show, 3. PATRICIA SUE DONALDSON Home-Coming Queen, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 4, President 5; Cheerleader, 4, SI May Court, 4, 5; Latin Club, 4, 5; Latin Tribune, 4, 5; Oper¬ etta, 2, 4; Class Council, 3, 4; Junior Y-Teens, 2, Treasurer, 2; Pep Club Vice President, 3; Sports Club, 3; Forensics Club, 3; Girls’ State Representative, 4; Modern Dance Group, 2, 3, 5; Modern Dance President, 3, 5; Dance Award, 2; Newspaper Staff, 3; Easter Pageant, 3; Town Government Day, 4; Home Room President, 3; Senior Mirror, 5. GEORGENIA PEARLE DRAPER Vice President, Home Room, 1, 2; April Fool Day Play, 1; Program Chair¬ man, Junior Y-Teens, 2; Student Council, 2, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5; Operetta, 4; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 4, s; May Court, 4; Choral, I, 2, 3; Choir, 4, 5; Class Council, 4, 5; Senior Mirror, 5; Home-Coming Hop, 3, 4; Easter Pageant, 2, 3, 4, 5; Secretary, Junior Choir, 4; Senior Talent Show, 5; Christmas Play, 1; Public Speaking Play, 5; President, Senior Choir, 5; Civics Assembly, 5; Local Winner American Legion Contest, 5; Y-Teen Dance Figure, 4, 5; Assembly Committee, 4, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; Music Chairman, Senior Y-Teens, 4; D. A. R. Representative—Good Citizenship, 5; Secretary, Junior Class, 4. JOSEPHINE LINDSEY DRAPER Junior Y-Teens, 2; Junior Y-Teens Choir Leader, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Senior Y-Teen Choir, 4, 5; Devotional Co-Chairman, 5; Y-Teen Dance Figure, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2; Latin Club, 2, 3; Choral Club, 1, 2, 3; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, s; Andrew Lewis Triple Trio, 2, 3; Operetta, 3, 4; Christmas Pageant, 2, 3, 4, 5; Thanksgiving Pageant, 2, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 2, 3, 4, 5; Drama, 2; Pioneer Staff, 4; Annual Follies, 4; Basketball, 1; Pep Club, 3; Stage Crew, 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 - AUDREY JEANETTE EGGLESTON Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 4, 5; Secretary of S. C. A., 4; Beta Club, 3,4, 5; Secretary of Beta Club, 5; Easter Pageant, 3; Senior Mirror, 5; Town Day, 5; Christmas Play, 5; Home Room Secretary, 3; Monitor, 5; Secretary of Home Room, 1; Junior Classical League, 3, 4, 5; Choral, 1. EVERETTE CLAYTON ELLER.S Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 4, President, 5; Hi-Y District Conference, 4, 5; Hi-Y State General Assembly, 5; Hi-Y City-County Council, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Hi-Y—Y-Teen Conference, Si Blue Ridge Hi-Y Southeastern Conference; Music, 2, 3, 4, S, 6; Junior Choir, 2, 3; Senior Choir, 3, 6; Easter Pageant, 4; Operetta, S; S. C. A., 2, 3; Annual Staff, 5; County Fair, 3; Public Speaking, 6; Christmas Parade, Roanoke Merchants Association, 5; Fire Chief, Town Government Day, S; Track, 5; 145 Pounds, Football, 3; Junior Varsity Football, 4; Varsity Football, 5, 6; Varsity Basketball Manager, 5; Monogram Club, 5, 6, Treasurer, 6; Stage Crew, 4, 5. JOAN FARMER Junior Y-Teens, 2, Publicity Chairman, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, De¬ votional Co-Chairman, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Provincial Governor, 4; Pep Club, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4, 5, Head Feature Writer, 5; Town Government Day, Town Clerk, 5; May Court, 3, 4, 5; Senior Mirror, 5. MARY LEONA FELD Junior Y-Teens, 2; 4-H Club, 1; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; F. H. A., 3, 4, 5; Fashion Show, 3, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; Town Government Day, 5. JOHN HATCHER FERGUSON, JR. Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; 4-H Club, 1, 2; Hi-Y Club, 3, 4; Town Attorney, Town Government Day, 5. LAWRENCE EDWARD FERGUSON, JR. SHIRLEY MAE FITZGERALD Transfer Student, Senior Talent Show; S. C. A., 5; Senior Choir, 5; Town Government Day, 5. WILLARD GARST FLORA Transfer Student Junior Varsity Football, 4; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Senior Mirror, 5. JOHN EVERETTE GARDNER, JR. Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 5; Varsity Football, 5; Junior Varsity Football, 4; Easter Pageant, 4, 5; Track, 5; Student Government Day, 5, Assistant Town Manager; Civics Assembly, 5; Forensics. DAVID VINCENT GARNER ELIZABETH ANNETTE GARST May Queen, 5; May Court, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 3, 4, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2, President; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Operetta, 2, 4; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 3; Sports Club, 3; Modern Dance Group, 2, 3, 5, Vice President, 5; Easter Pageant, 4; Town Government Day, 5; Senior Mirror, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Choral, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Candidate for Queen in the Santa Claus Parade Sponsored by the Merchants’ Association; Queen of the 10th Grade in P. T. A. County Fair; Home- Coming Queen Court. NANCY JEAN GARST Annual Staff, 4, 5, Editor in Chief, 5; Annual Follies, 4, Si Junior Y-Teens, 1, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Program Chairman, 5; Latin Ciub, 2, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 2, 3, 4, 5; Cheerleader, 5; May Court, 3; Student Council, 1; President, Home Room, 1, 2; Treasurer of Home Room, 3; Secretary of Freshman Class, 2; Assembly Committee, I, 2, 3; Senior Mirror, 5; Southern Interscholastic Press Association Convention, 4; Forensic Club, I, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4. RA.LPH WALLACE GEARHART F. F. A., r, 2, 3, 4. JOHN DARDEN GIBSON F. F. A., 4, 5; Science Club, 4; Track Team, 4; Town Government Day, SI Senior Mirror, 5. WESLEY DUANE GILLOCK Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, ;; Hi-Y, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, 5; Track, 5; Student Government Day, 5, Chief of Police; Civics Assembly, 5; Home Room Vice President, 4. WILMA JEAN GLADDEN ANDREW JACKSON GOOD, JR. 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, s, Reporter, 2, President, 3, Treasurer, 4, Song Leader, 5; 4-H County Council President, 3, Vice President, 4, Song Leader, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Easter Pageant, 2, 3, 4, 5; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5» All-State Band, 2, 3, 4. 5; Representative, Boys’ State, 4; Senior Mirror, 5; Winner American Legion Public Speaking Con¬ test, s; Choir, 4, 5; Forensics, 5; Class Council, I, 2, 3, 4; Delegate to District S. C. A. Convention, 3, 4, 5, Executive Committee, 5; Delegate to State S. C. A. Convention, 4; Vice President of Class, 1; President of Class, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 3, 4, 5; Vice President, Student Body, 4; President, Student Body, 5. MARTHA ANN GOODWIN Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4, 5, Head Cheerleader, 3; May Court, 4, 5; Annual Staff, S; Annual Follies, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 1, Publicity Chairman; Senior Y-Teens, 2 3 , 4 , 5 ; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; Vice President Home Room, 1; Home Room President, 2, 3, 4; Queen of nth Grade in P. T. A. County Fair; Senior Mirror, 5; Easter Pageant, 2, 3, 4. CAROL LOUISE GREGSON Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Public Speaking Play, 5; National Education Week Assembly’ S; Town Government Day, 5, Town Nurse; Monitor, 5; Drama, 5. PHYLLIS JEAN GRUBB S. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Y-Teens, 1, 2; F. H. A., 3; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 4, s; Senior Y-Teens, 4, 5; Pep Club, 4; Newspaper Staff, 5. BETTY JO GUERRA CHARLES THOMAS GWALTNEY Annual Staff, 3, 4, 5, Circulation Manager, 4, Business Manager, 5; Public Speaking, 4; Choral, 2, 3; Senior Talent Show, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Fire Chief of Town Day, 5; Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, s; Senior Mirror, 5; D. E. Club, 5, Treasurer; Civics Assembly, 5; Shop, 5; Drama, 3, 3; Christmas Parade, 4; County Fair, 5; Forensics, 3; Treasurer of Inter-Club Council, 3. JACK FRANKLIN HALE Industrial Arts Club, 3; Town Government Day, Assistant Fire Chief, 3. JOAN ELIZABETH HANCOCK Junior Y-Teens, 2; D. E. Club, 3. VIRGINIA ANN HAYES Transfer Student Girls’ Basketball Team, 3; Senior Y-Teens, 5; Newspaper Staff, 3; Senior Choir, 3. JAMES FRANKLIN HENSLEY Projection Club, 1, Treasurer; Senior Projection Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Stage Crew, 2, 3, 4; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Town Day, Dir’ecl tor of Public Safety, 3; D. E. Club, Vice President, 3. GEORGE MINOR HILL Junior Varsity Basketball, 3; Varsity Basketball, 4, 3; F. F. A., 3, 4, 5; Senti¬ nel, 5; Senior Mirror, 3. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT HONAKER Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4; Latin Club, 4; Usher Commencement, 4; Public Speak¬ ing, s; S. C. A., 5; Latin Club, 4; Pep Club, 3. ELOISE MAY HORSELEY Transfer Student Senior Y-Teens, 3; Newspaper Staff, 3; D. E. Club, 5. VIVIAN ARLENE HUFFMAN Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4; Monitor, 5. STELLA ROBERTINE HUGHES S. C. A., 2; 4-H Club, 2. WILLIAM GARWOOD HURT Home Room President, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5, President, 3; Beta Club, Treasurer, 3, 4, 5; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 3, 4, 5; Student Advisor, 5; Town Day, Superintendent of Light Department, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Science Talent Search, Sixth Place, 5; Monitor, 3; Senior Mirror, 3. DOLLY ELLEN IDDINGS F. H. A., I, 2; Junior Y-Teens, I, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 3; Latin Club, 5. NORMA LEE JOHNSON S. C. A., 5; D. E. Club, s. 43 } Senior Directory PATRICIA NEAL JOHNSTON President of Eighth Grade; Class Council, I, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Pro¬ vincial Governor, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; 4-H Club, I, 2, 3; Vice President of S. C. A.; Senior Y-Teens Play, Madonna, 5; Operetta, 4; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Advertising Manager; Annual Follies, 4, 5; May Court, 5; Choral. 2, 3, 4, 5; Senior Mirror, 5; N. F. L., 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5; Senior Choir, 5; Junior Choir, President; S. I. P. A. Convention, 4; Home Room President, I, 2; Assembly Committee, 1, 2, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; Senior Y-Teen Dance Figure, 4, 5; Andrew Lewis Triple Trio, 2, 3; Senior Talent Show, 5; Civics Assembly, 5; Christmas Pageant, 2, 3, 4, 5; 4-H Club, Secretary, 3. SHIRLEY MARIE JOHNSTON S. C. A., I, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4; Junior Y-Teens, 2. RAYMOND DAVIS KANE Projection Club, I, 4; 4-H Club, r, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Bi-Phy-Chem, 5; Easter Pageant, 4, 5; Public Speaking Assembly, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Annual Staff, s; Senior Talent Assembly, 5; Drama Class Play, 5. RAYMOND BUFORD LEE Band, I, 2, 3, 4; Drama, 4; Annual Follies, 1, 2, 3, 4; D. E. Ctub, President, 5; D. E. Delegate to Richmond, 5; Stage Crew, 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club, 3; Projection Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance, 4; Emcee at D. E. Banquet; Latin Club, 2; Stage Manager, 3, 4, 5; May Day Dance (Lights), 1, 2, 3, 4. JUNE CRAIGE LEFFEL Beta Club, 4, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4; Pep Club, 3, 4, Annual Staff, 4, 5, Assistant Editor, 5; S. 1 . P. A. Convention, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4; Class Council, 1; Home Room President, 2; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. 5; Senior Mirror. LINDA LEE LUCAS Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; Junior Choir, 3; May Court, 1; Secretary of Class, 1. NANCY JOE LYON Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5; Monitor, 5; Senior Y-Teens, 5; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 5. JAMES RANDOLPH LYON Industrial Arts Club, 1, 2. LEONARD SHIPMAN MARTIN SHIRLEY JANE MARTIN Home Room Secretary. 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer, 5; Monitor, 5; Easter Pageant, 4, 5; 4-H Club, 1; Latin Club, 4, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, s; F. H. A., 3; Pep Club, 3, 4; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Basket¬ ball, 1, 2; Hockey, 2, 3; Volleyball, 1, 2, 3; Hollins Play Day, 3; F. H. A. Fashion Show, 3; May Court, 3; Class Editor Annual, 5. BETTY CAROL McCORMACK Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Home Room Captain, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 2; Hockey, 3; Pep Club, 3, 4; Virginia Girls’ State, 4; Operetta, 2, 4; Annual Staff, 4, 5, Feature Editor, 5; Cheerleader, 5; Home-Coming Court, 5; Maid of Honor, May Court, 5; Town Government Day, Councilwoman, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5. VIRGINIA MAE MILLER Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Cabinet Member, 4. 5; Home Room Captain, 4; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Senior Mirror, 5; Virginia Girls’ State, 4; Newspaper Staff, 2, 3, 4, 5; Girls’ Sports Editor, 4, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; Monitor, 5; Sports Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 4, President, 5; Hockey, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 2, 3, 4. 5 ! Volleyball, 5; Shuffleboard, 2, 3, 4, 5; Ping-Pong, 3, 5; Badminton, 2 3, 4, S; Softball, 3; Swimming and Lifesaving, 3. CONSTANCE T. MILLS Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5; Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Tennis, 4; Badminton, 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 2, 5; Archery, 4. HAROLD ODELL MINNIX DELORES JEAN MOORE Junior Y-Teens, 2; Sports Club, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 5; Annual Follies, 5; Annual Staff, 5; Home Room Secretary, 5; Hockey, 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 3, 4, 5; Basketball, 2, 3, 4, S; Bi-Phy-Chem, 5. FRANCES INEZ MOORE BARBARA JANE MORGAN Home Room President, 2; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 5; Monitor, 5; Executive Committee of Beta Club, 5; Class Council, 2. SHIRLEY MAY MOSES Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Publicity Co-Chairman, 4; Chair¬ man, 5; Newspaper, 2, 3, 4, 5; Reporter, 2; Feature Writer, 3; Associate Editor, 4; Co-Editor, 5; Delegate to S. I. P. A. Convention, 3, 4; Sports Club, 2, 4; Basket¬ ball, 2; Tennis, 2; Hockey, 3; Pep Club, 3, 4. JOHN GLENDORE MUSSER Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 4; Delegate to the Blue Ridge Conference; Home Room President, 2, 3, 4; Class Council, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Boys’ State, 4; Band, 2, 3; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5; Vice Presi¬ dent, 5; Operetta, 4; Junior Varsity Football, 4; Varsity Football, 5; Varsity Basketball, 5; Town Government Day, Assistant to Police Chief. BETTY JANE MOWLES 4-H Club, 1, 2; Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A., 3. FREDERICK GILMER NICAR MARY JANE NUNLEY S. C. A., 1, 2, 3; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Distributive Education. KENNETH ALVIN O’BEIRNE Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Class Council, r, 2, 3, 4, 5; Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” 1; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Secretary Class, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club, 3, 4, s; National Honorable Mention in Science Talent Search, 5; Junior Projection Club, 1; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Track, 4; Manager Football, 5; President, Senior Class S; Old Dominion Boys’ State, 4. DONALD VAUGHN OTEY F. F. A., 2, 3, 4, 5, Reporter, 4, President, 5; Federation Secretary, 5; N. F. L., 4, 5; F. F, A. Public Speaking, 2, 3, 4, 5; District Winner, 4; American Poultry Association, 4, 5, National Vice President, 4, National President, 5; Delegate to State F. F. A. Rally, 3, 4; Representative to National F. F. A. Convention, 4; F. F. A. Representative to National A. P. A. Convention, 3, 4, 5; National Poultry Judging Winner, 3, 4. BETTY LOU PARDUE Class Council, 1; Secretary of Home Room, 1; Senior Library Club, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 3, 4, President, ;; Junior Choir, 3, 4, Accompanist, 4; Senior Choir, 5 ; Monitor, 3; S. C. A., 5; Annual Follies, 4; Senior Talent Show, 5; News Staff, S; Typist, 5; Beta Club, 5. NORMA JEAN PETERS Latin Club, 2, 3, 5; Easter Pageant, 3; S. C. A., 4; Senior Y-Teens, 4, 5; Delegate to Girls’ State, 4; Mointor, 3. MARIE PHILPOTT Sports Club, 2, 3, 4, s. Secretary, 3; Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4, 3; Softball, I, 2, 3, 4, 3; Volleyball, I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Tennis, 2, 3, 4, 5; Badminton, 3, 4, 3; Archery, 2, 3; Shuffleboard, 3, 4, 3; Ping-Pong, 4, 5; Hockey, 3, 4, 3; Soccer, 2; Latin Club 2; N. F. L„ 5. ALONZA EUGENE PHILPOTT Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5; Junior Varsity Football, 2; Varsity Football, 3, 4, 5. JOHN P. PHILPOTT, JR. Home Room President, 1, 2; Home Room Secretary, 4; Public Speaking Play, “The Midnight Ghost.” MARY FRANCES PLUNKETT Junior Y-Teens, 2; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, 3; Chairman Handbook Committee, 4, s; Latin Tournament, 3, 5; Easter Pageant, 2, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Ex¬ ecutive Committee, 5; Annual Staff, 3; Annual Follies, 5; Latin Club Assembly, 5; Monitor, 5; Senior Mirror, 5; Home Room Chairman “County Fair,” 4. DONNA DEAN POFF Junior Y-Teens, 2; F. H. A., 3. ELLEN DAPHNE POFF GEORGE DELANO POFF F. F. A., 2, 3, 4, 5; Chairman of Recreation, 3; Member of Degree Team, 3; Delegate to B. R. B. Federal, 3, 4; Projection Club, 1. RODNEY BURL POFF WILLIAM HUBERT PUGH F. F. A., 4. 5; Chairman of Cooperative Activity, 5; Shop, 3, 4, 3. ROBERT O’NEIL RAGLAND RACHEL HELEN REESE 4-H Club, 1; Junior Y-Teens, 2; F. H. A., 3; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 3. CHARLOTTE DEACON ROCII Senior Y-Teens, 4; S. C. A., 4, 3; Bi-Phy-Chem, 3; Sports Club, 4, 5; Choral, 3, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Pep Club, 4; Basketball, 3, 4, 5; Hockey, 3, 4, 5; Soccer, 4; Volleyball, 3, 4, 5; Shuffleboard, 4; Hollins Play Day, 3, 4; Senior Assembly, 5; Lifesaving, 3, 4. TITUS CALVIN ROHRBAUGH Monogram Club, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y Club, 4, 3, Vice President, 5; Latin Club, 3; Track Manager, 2; Easter Pageant, 3; Superintendent of Water Department, Town Day, 5. BARBARA LEE RONK Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y r -Teens, 3, 4, 3; Latin, 3; Sports Club, 2, 3; Junior Choir, 3, 4; Senior Choir, 5; Annual Follies, 4; Operetta, 4; Basketball, 2; Volley¬ ball, 2. MARGIE ANN RUTROUGH Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; S. C. A., 2; Choral, 3; Junior Choir, 4; Senior Choir, 3; News Staff, 5; Thanksgiving Program, 3; Christmas Program, 5; Home-Coming, 5; Maid of Honor, 5; May Court, 5; Tennis, 3; Hockey, 3. HELEN MARIE SARVER S. C. A., s; Editor and Manager of the D. E. Club, 3. WILLIAM BOSLEY SCOTT CORETTA ADRINE SHEPPARD Sports Club, 2; Volleyball, 2; Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 2; S. C. A., 5. 4 44 Senior Directory ANN BYRD SIMPKINS Y-Teens, 2; Tennis, 3; Home Ec, 3; D. E., 5. HARRY CARTER SIMPSON O. C. SIMPSON, JR. Vice President of Senior Class; Student Council, 5; Class Council, 4, 5; F. F. A., 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 4; Projection Club, 1, 2, 3;N. F. L., 4, 5; American Legion Speaking Contest, 4; Home Room President, 4, 5; Head Monitor, 5. GLADYS CLAUDINE SIRRY S. C. A., 2; 4-H Club, 2; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3; Annual Staff, 5. SHIRLEY ANN SISSON Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3; Home Room Captain; Home Room Secretary; Bowling, 3; Sports Club, 3; Hockey, 3; Badminton, 1; Fashion Show, 3. EDITH MADELINE SIX Latin Club, 3, 4; F. H. A., S; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5. MICKIE JOAN SIX Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2, 3, 5; Choral, 2; Modern Dance Recital, 3, 5; May Court Dancer, 4; F. H. A., 3, 4; Annual Follies, 5; Senior Y-Teen Choir, 5; Dramatics Play, 5; Modern Dance Club, 5, Treasurer; Newspaper Staff, 5. RUSSELL BRUCE SMILEY, JR. Latin Club, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y, 4; Science Club, 3; Monogram Club, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 5; Junior Varsity Basketball, 3; Varsity Basket¬ ball, 4, s; Senior Choir, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Senior Assembly, 5. ANN LOUISE SMITH Junior Y-Teens, 1; Senior Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, 5; Y-Teen Choir, 5; Secretary of Home Room, 1, 2, 3; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club, 3, 4; May Court, 5; Home- Coming Queen’s Court, 5; Senior Mirror, 5; Monitor, 5; Easter Pageant, 4, 5. WAYNE LeVELLE SMITH Latin Club, 4, 5; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Town Day, 5; All-State Workshop, 3, 5. PHILIP EUGENE SNEAD CURTIS DeWITT SNYDER Latin Club, 3; Junior Varsity Football, 3; Junior Varsity Basketball, 3; Varsity Football, 5; Varsity Basketball, 5. GEORGE RICHARD SOSSAMAN Latin Club, 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y Club, 3; Senior Mirror, 5; Operetta, 4; Dance Re¬ cital, 3; 4-H Club, 2; Bi-Phy-Chem, 3; Senior Choir, 4. MARY ELIZABETH SPANGLER S. C. A., 3, s; Latin Club, 3; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5; Home Room President. LOUIS WOODSON SPRADLIN Vice President of Home Room, 5; Home Room President, 1,3; Vice President of Freshman Class; Projection Club, 1, 2; Class Council, 1, 2, 3; Beta Club, 3, 4, 5, President, 5; Senior Choir,4.5; Operetta, “The Wishing Well,” 4; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3, 4, Plebian Consul, 3, Quaestor, 4; S. C. A., 5, Treasurer; All-Western District Choir, 5; Salem Day, 5; Assistant Director of Public Safety; Annual Follies, 4, 5; Senior Mirror, 5; Assembly Committee, 5; Beta Club Con¬ vention, 4, 5. ALMEDA GENELL SPROLES Senior Y-Teens, 5; Annual Staff, S; Annual Follies, 5; Home Economics Fashion Show, 4. HARRY LESTER STANLEY Hi-Y, 2, 3; Music, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Choir, 3, 4; Easter Pageant, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football, 2; Varsity Football, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball, 2; Varsity Basketball, 3; Track, 3; Monogram Club, 4; Choral; S. C. A., 2; Andrew Lewis Quartette, 2; Operetta, 1, 2; Student Government Day, 5; Public Speaking, 5; Christmas Play, 2; Civics Assembly, 4. MARY LOUISE ST.CLAIR Transfer Student Senior Y-Teens, 5; S. C. A., 5. RONALD WESLEY STEPHENSON Latin Club, 3; Annual Staff, 4, 5. PATRICIA ZOE STUART 4-H Club, r; Y-Teens, 2, 3; S. C. A., 3, 4, 5. CLAYTON GARLAND TINNELL, JR. Audio-Visual Service Department, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 3, Executive Officer, 4; Home Room Vice President, 1; Home Room Treasurer, 4, 5; 4-H Club, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 4, President, 5; Senior Class Treasurer; Emcee at County Fair, 3, 4, 5; Home Room Chairman, County Fair, 3; Senior Mirror, 5; Com¬ missioner of Revenue, Town Government Day, 5; Head Monitor, 5; N. F. L„ 5; Operetta, “The Wishing Well,” 4; Boys’ State, 4; Public Speaking, 4; Play, “The Late Christopher Bean,” 3; Play, “The Haunted Gate,” 4; Stage Crew, 4, 5; Class Council, 5; Director of Senior Talent Show, 5; Assembly Planning Com¬ mittee, 5; Senior Choir, 5; W. C. T. U. Speaking Contest, 4, 5: Patriotic Speak¬ ing Contest, 4; Delegate to 4-H State Short Course; State Winner of Poultry Production Demonstration; Third Award at North Eastern Poultry Show, Syra¬ cuse, N. Y. SHIRLEY C RROLL TUTTLE Junior Talent Show, 1; April Fool’s Day Program, 1; Tumbling Play, 1; Choral, 2; Sports Club, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Basketball, I, 2, 3, Manager 4, 5; Volleyball, 2, 3; Softball, 2, 3; Soccer, 2; Hockey, 2, 3; Badminton, 2, 3, 4, 5; Shuffleboard, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance, 2, 3, 5; Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3,4,5; Easter Pageant, I, 2, 3, 4, 5; S. C. A., 2; Operetta ,1,2; Annual Staff, 4, 5; Annual Follies, 4, 5; May Court Dancer, 1, 2; May Court,- 3, 4, 5; Senior Choir, 5; Public Speaking Play, 5; N. F. L., 5; County Fair Talent Show, 3; Candidate for Home-Coming Queen, 5; Home-Coming Talent Show, 3, 4; Madonna, 4; Modern Dance Recital, 3; Home Room Captain, 5; Senior Talent Show, 5; Y-Teens Assembly, 5; American Legion Oration Contest, 5. FRANK SEVIER U.MBERGF.R, JR. Football Manager, 3; D. E. Club, 4. ELIZABETH ANN UNDERWOOD Sports Club, 2, 3, 4. 5; Pep Club, 3; S. C. A., 5; Senior Y-Teens, 4; Basket¬ ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Badminton, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Softball, 2, 3. DONALD WALLACE VANDERGRIFT Band, I, 2, 3; 4-H Club, r; D. E. Club, 5. DAVID LANE VAUGHAN Transfer Student Science Club, 5; Latin Club, 5; Senior Choir, 5. LARRY JAY WAGGONER Transfer Student Bi-Phy-Chem Club, 5; Basketball Team, 5; Monitor, 5. JO ANN WALKER 4-H Club, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice President, 2, 3, Secretary, 5; County 4-H Council, I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Reporter, I, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer. 4; Delegate to Virginia State 4-H Short Course, 4, 5; Member of State 4-H Nominating Committee. 5; Winner of Roanoke County 4-H Public Speaking Contest, 2, 3, 4, 5; State 4-H Public Speak¬ ing Winner, 5; Delegate to Virginia 4-H Club Electric Congress, 3; Latin Club, 3; Easter Pageant, 3; S. C. A„ 2, 4, 5; Social Committee, 5; Annual Staff, 4; Annual Follies, 4; Newspaper Staff. 5; P. T. A. Carnival, 3, 4; Town Government Day, 5; American Legion Public Speaking Contest, 5; Hockey, 3; Public Speaking Play, 5; Choral, 3; N. F. L., 5; District Literary Contest, 3; Home-Coming Dance Talent Show, 3; Monitor, 5; Editor of 4-H Column in Times Register, 4, 5; Member of Virginia Chapter of 4-II All-Stars, 4; Roanoke County 4-H Honor Club, 5; Civics Assembly; Area Winner 4-H Room Improvement Contest; Eighth Grade Assembly, 5. SANDRA LEE WALKER Senior Y-Teens, 4, 5; Newspaper Staff, 4, 5; Annual Staff, 5. WILLIAM BURFORD WEBSTER Easter Pageant, 3; Latin Club, 3; Industrial Arts, 5. SHIRLEY ANN WILSON Easter Pageant, I, 2, 3; S. C. A., 5; Senior Y-Teens, 5. JACK DONALD WIMMER Agriculture Club, 2, 3; D. E. Club, 1, 2; Hi-Y Club, 2. ROY WASHINGTON WIRT, JR. 4-H Club, 1, 2; Hi-Y Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Junior Varsity Football, 3; Varsity Football, 4, 5; Track Team, 4, 5; Monogram Club, 5. GEORGE HARRIS WOOD, JR. Hi-Y, 2; Latin Club, 1, 2, 3; Science Club, 4, 5; Senior Mirror; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5; Town Government Day, 5. JANET LIND WRIGHT 4-H Club, 1; S. C. A., 2, 5; Monitor, 5; Office Work, 5; Modern Dance, 3; Choral, 2. EDWARD GARNER TALLEY Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. 5; Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4, 5; Vice President, 5; Class Council, 2, 3, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain, 5; Junior Varsity Basketball, 3, Vice President of Sophomore Class; Student Council, 4; Senior Mirror; Track Team, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3, 4, 5. LOIS ANNE TERRY (LEE) 4-H Club, 1; Y-Teens, 1; Senior Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4; D. E. Club, Secretary, 5; Operetta, 1; Delegate to D. E. District Convention; Home Ec Fashion Show. FRANCES ELLEN THOMPSON 4-H Club, 1; Junior Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A., 2, 3; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4; Annual Staff, 5; Annual Follies, 5. JANET YOUNG Junior Y-Teens, 2; S. C. A., 2, 4, 5; Latin Club, 3; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5; Easter Pageant, 3; Fashion Show, 4; Annual Follies, 5; Monitor, 5; Annual Staff, 5. RUBY FRANCES YOUNG 4-H Club, 1; S. C. A., 4, 5; Library ' Club, 3, 4, 5; Guidance Office, 4; Office Work, 5. CECELIA EVELYN ZINI Junior Y-Teens, 2; Senior Y-Teens, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5; Sports Club, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 4; S. C. A., 4, 5, President, 5; Latin Club, 3; Basketball, 3, 4; Hockey ' , 3, 4; Home-Coming Court, 5; Individual Sports, 3, 4, 5; Volleyball, 4; Student Council, 1; President of Home Room, 1; Pep Club, 3; Hollins Play Day, 5; Out¬ standing Sophomore in Sports Award, 3. Libby Foster, Vice President; Georgia Crawford, Treasurer; Rob Thompson, Secretary; Kellogg - , Hunt, President h r V Junior Class Juniors! How long we looked forward to the day when we could take our places in this class! We gazed with awe at the upperclassmen and wondered if we could ever have the poise and self-confidence that they seemed to have. When f " ■ « • our turn came, we took our places proudly and turned our eyes toward the future, anxious for whatever it might hold. Our work became more important to us, for we realized that graduation was not too far away, and we must make the best of our two remaining years at Andrew Lewis. All too soon we found that the year was at an end, and it was time for us to honor the Senior Class with the final and most wonderful dance of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom. For them it was the end of a great adventure, but for us, it was only the beginning. We were standing on the threshold of our final year when, with the words, “Juniors First,” the Class of 1954 rose to become Seniors, at last. ■Cf 4-6 b Janice Abbott Patricia Aldridge Pete Arthur Jimmy Bain Randall Bare Suzanne Barnard Elizabeth Barnett Bernice Barton Eddie Battle Shirley Blackwell Ada Blankenship Susie Blankenship Shirley Boone Marie Boothe Dorothy Broyles Mary Ann Buchanan Betty Bugg Jimmy Butts John Cannaday Emily Carter J. W. Chapman Carolyn Coleman Marie Conrad Billie Conway Dewey Clower Georgia Crawford Frances Crockett Betty Jo Custer Helen Dalton Charles Damewood Mary Jane Darnell Curtis Davis Betty Doyle Jackie Duke Evelyn Early Robert Ellis Richard Epperly June Ann Eubank Peggy Farries UUULaaJ l jd Carolyn Ferguson — Geneva Flinchum Robert Flinchum Nancy Ferris CL yV uc J ) Phyllis Ferris O JL ' Cjty sl. jj» Sjl vk sd ' h jd Baal. a J. Libby Foster Jerry Frank FIenry Frantz Wesley Frye dUw- uhJ Jane Furrow Mike Gallagher Alex Gardner Rita G arm an ' Pat Garner David Garrett Shirley Garst Lewis Gibson Gene Gillock Joyce Goode Pearl Grisso Harlan Grubb Jan Hackman Dot Haislip Oceile Hall Sally Hankins Betty Joe Harris Mary Harris Melvin Harter Ann Hartman Frances Headen Charles B. Henderson Libby Henritze Joyce Hibbitts Fleeta Jane Higgs M ARGARET HlNCHEE Mary Sue Hopkins Roy Hudgins Kellogg Hunt Gene Hurt Edwina Hurt Leon Ingram Billy Johnson Fred Johnson Norris Journell Christine Kessler Imogene Keyes Edgar Kilby Rosemary Kinney Jessica Kittinger Mary Cook Kolmer Lorine La Prad Wi LLIAM LaRGEN Jimmy Layman Norma Lee Nancy Lemon Robert Leonard Ashley Lilly David Little Patsy Long Marie Mabes Rebecca Manning Barbara Martin Bertie Sue Martin Clarence Martin Martha Martin Doris Masterson Johnny Mastin Martha Matheny Hermis McGee Geraldine McGue Gay McNeil Rodney McNeil Anna Lee Mills Sylvia Minnix Brenton Mongan Betty Jean Monger Shirley Morgan Janet Munsey Bobby Murphy Dolores Murphy Betty Mae Neal Bobby Neal Frankie Norton Betty Odell Peggy Oyler Florine Painter Mary Palmer Charles Patton Frances Patton Dottie Paugh Raymond Phoenx Betty Poff Elmira Poff Samuel Poff Bobby Pugfi Shirley Reese Joyce Robertson Florence Robey Dorothy Robinson Shirley Simmons Mary Jean Simpson Hazel Sirry Dorothy Slough Geneva Smith Mary Smith Dawn Spangler Betty Jeanne Spruhan Paul Stober Peggy Jo Stone Carole Stroupe Barbara Sullivan Lucille Swain Jim Taliaferro Joyce Thomas Shirley Thomas Wayne Thompson Margaret Tichenor Sylvia Tinnell Mary June Turner Elaine Tyler Paul Wade Bobby Walker Delores Watson Shirley Webb Jean Wertz Davy Whitmire Martha Wilbourne Elmer Williams Dot Willis Peggy Wood Harold Woody Rosemary Wyant Charlotte Yost Franklin O’Beirne, Vice President; Watson Mundy, Treasurer; Dorothy Eller, Secretary; Buddy Eakin, President Sophomore Class Having finished our Eighth Grade and Freshman work, two seasons of our school life, we as Sophomores settled down into the coziness of our work, as winter brought in a cold lull. We became a little more serious and aware of what we were a part. As nature accepts the change to winter, so we, as alert, industrious Sopho¬ mores accepted our challenge to come through the long days ahead with top-flight success. While there was a deep quiet outside as after a fallen snow, there was a warmth of hustle and activity for the coming holidays inside, and as we became acquainted with new friends and greeted old friends, we entered into a routine that had be¬ come dear and familiar to us. We really began to sense the true value and happi¬ ness of our surroundings. We had been accepted by our classmates. We had come closer to a more important honor, that of being a Junior. We welcomed each brisk cold day that brought with it additional knowledge and experience to help us on our way. The days passed swiftly and we looked ahead to the excitement of being able to participate in the friendly busy life at Andrew Lewis. 4 52 Pete Akers Robert Alls Nellis Kay Arnold Jack Atkinson Pat Austin Margie Ballard Tavie Ann Barnes Gloria Barnett Mary Barr Christine Baugh Linda Biggs Paul Blankenship Clyde Blosser Oakie Sue Blount Shirley Bohon Shirley Boley Anna Bowman Jim Brightwell Ronald Brooks Shirley Buck Mabel Butler Martha Jo Carr Betty Carroll Vicky Clark Lucy Bette Clem Sammie Clemons Nellie Collins Michael Conner Opal Conner Barbara Cooper Bobby Cornett Mary Craghead Elaine Craun Maritta Crotts Doris Cundiff Shelvie Cunningham Hensil Darnell Russell Deaton Clarence DeHart Donald Dent HHH Patricia Deyerle Deanna Doyle Connie Duffy Jack Dulaney Frank Eakin Dale Early Dorothy Eller Eddie Ellers Calvin Epperly Shirley Eubank Robbie Faries Sallie Farmer Cleta Ferguson Joseph Ferguson Virginia Fisher Eleanor Jo Fleshman Glenda Fowler Marie Fralin Frank Francisco Marie Francisco Mary Gallion Dewey Gearhart Chelsea Gillispie Bobby Goode Ronnie Graham Everett Graham Joyce Gray Dorothy Green Peggy Greenway Audry Green Carl Gregson Elizabeth Grubb FIelene Grubb Nayota Gusler Doris Mae Hall Doris Marie Hall Martha Jane Hall Shirley Hall Betsy Hallman Maurice Hanock Shelby Harless Edna Harris Sam Harvey Barbara Henderson Jane Henson Mary Hicks Joyce Hill Kelly Hillenburg Ronnie Horne Charlotte Houchins Pat Howard Delores Hubbard Nancy Hubbard John David Hudgins Charlotte Huffman Dickie Hughes Eva Hurt Wayne Hutton Ruby Jenkins Charlotte Jewel Betty Johnson Martha Johnson Karen Johnston Frankie Kemp Peggy Kilby Clarence King Bill Kinzie II Lavonne Lee Lancaster Geneva Lawrence Peggy Lawrence Anne Lee Darlene Lee Allan Leffler Rader Lewis Jackie Lilly Shelby Lipps David Long Sandra Lucas Nancy Lyle Mary Catherine Manuel Glenn W. Marshall Cleo Martin Eleanor Martin Fred Martin Leon Martin Orville Martin Shelby Martin David Mattingly Doris Meador Mary McDaniel Paul McDaniel Glen McMahan Barbara Mills June Minucie Mary Lou Monger Carol Moore Mary Jo Moore Virginia Moore Martha Anne Morris Joan Mowles Watson Mundy Paul Muse William Musselman Sadie Nunley Franklin O’Beirne Polly Old Marie Oliver Gail Orr Ronnie Overstreet Jack Painter Larry Painter Joann Parrish Wesley Patterson Mildred Perry Patricia Peters Faye Phlegar Montra Phlegar Betty Jean Poole June Powers Bill Price Richard Ramey Mary Reed Frankie Reed Johnny Renick Robert Reynoeds Elizabeth Richards Sally Rife Joe Sample Edna Sanders David Shell Mac Sherrard Thelma Shorter Catherine Smither Ann Smothers Gayle Snider Loretta Starkey Vernelle Taylor Leonard Thomas Gloria Thompson Nievah Turman Alvin Underwood David Vaught Wiley Via Kay Waggoner Randolph Weaver Barbara Wertz Penn Whitescarver Ella Wickham Bill Wickham Donny Williams Helen Williams Myra Wills Wesley Wilson Joe Wimmer Donald Wiseman Joe Wright Joyce Yopp Paige Young Joe Rice, Treasurer; Sue Weaver, Vice President; Susan Hackman, Secretary; Buddy Poole, President Freshman Class Freshmen! We have left the spring and entered the fall of our school life. As the fall brings cheerful, lustrous colors to the foliage and crisp breezes bring color to our cheeks, so our Freshman year brought high hopes, new, exciting experiences, and unlimited opportunities to us. This year we felt more a part of the school because we really entered high school. The days of inexperience and hopeful expectations spent in our eighth grade year were passed and we looked to the new year for the excite¬ ment it would bring. Hops, football games, and dances became a part of our schedules and contributed to the excitement of at last entering high school. So now even more sure of ourselves we have finished the fall of our school life and are eagerly anticipating the commencement of our Sophomore year with the realization that our school days are drawing slowly to a close. Jo Ann Aliff Levenna Altizer David Ames Antonia Anderson John Anderson Joanne Angell LaVerne Argabright Anne Arthur Carol Bainter Lizzie Ballard Carolyn Barnett Arnold Barr Clara Barton George Bateman Phyllis Batten Betty Bayne Eugene Bayne Paul Bayse Buddy Bishop Mary Bishop Emory Bogle Lowell Bohon Nelda Bohon Sally Bohon . Barbara Boles J Patty B oone_ Geneva Boothe xCarqa. Bowden y a jMa Nancee Bowling Carolyn Brammer ' an Brogan Mary Lou Brown obert Brown Nancy Bryant Kenneth Burris Robert Burris r Bush hia Butts Wilma Byrd Joan Caldwell Barbara Carroll Betty Carroll Dorothy Carroll Frankie Carroll Stover Carter Nancy Caudill Walter Chapman Milan Christley Page Clarke Phyllis Clement Tommie Clemons Joanne Collins Geraldine Conner Shelby Conner Norma Cooper Richard Cornett Earl Cox Connie Crosswhite Margaret Ann Crosswhite Ray Crotts Robert Crouse Pat Crowder Cornelia Custer Pat Darden Michael Darnell Hazel Daugherty Kay Davis Margaret Ann Delp Bobby Dennis Frankie de VVolfee Kenneth Dillard Emmitt Dingus Macy Dodson Nancy Donaldson Barbara Dooley Pat Dotson Theda Draper Loretta Duncan George Dyer Louise Eakin Dan Edwards Jimmy Edwards Phyllis Eley Galen Eller Elizabeth Elliott Shirley Ellis Bobby English Shelby Jean Epperly Phillip Etter Joe Faries Madeline Fletcher Dora Dean Fralin Stuart Franklin Ronnie Frier Charlotte Jeannette Fulton Jimmy Fulton Rawlings Gallagher Bobby Garbett Jimmy Garman Wilma Garman Sherman Garman Gertrude Garrett Lester Garrett Ronald Garst Wanda Garst Wanda Gearhart Ronnie Gibson Iris Gieser Dorsey Gillespie Bill Goodwin Jackie Gordon Jimmy Gore Donald Graybeal H. L. Greene Roger Greer Carolyn Greiner Shirley Gusler Yvonne Hailey Carrie Hall Ella Hall Peggy Hall Ronnie Hall Patricia Harris Marie Harter Kenneth Hartless Aubrey Hartman June Hawkins Betty Helms Fay Hensley Paul Henson Ramona Hibbitts Shirley Hibbitts Fred Hoback Dorothy Hoke Rowena Holliday Doris Honaker Elon Hopper Betty Howard Donna Howard -Mary Elizabeth Hubble YDouglas Huffman J ohn Hurt Kent Hurt Y 7 Walter Jamison Regina Jobe Frank Jones James Jones John Jones Joyce Ann Jones Iris Jordan Joan Keesling Wayne King Robert LaGarde Betty Lancaster John LaPrade Mary Linda League Clara Lewis Burks Logan Janice Martin Jon Manetta Virginia Matheny Carol Matthews Doris McBride ■ ' ' • Jeanette McCray Kimmie McCurdy yT To Anne McGhee Pete McGue James Meador Jacqueline Miller Judith Mills Linda Montgomery Wayne Morgan Gayle Morris Edith Mottley Rosalie Mowles Bertha Nalls Sally Nicar Donald Nowlin Jo Ann Nunley Bruce Owen Shelby Palmer Barbara Patterson Norma Paxton Joyce Phlegar Jerry Pittman Barbara Poff Buddy Poole Ronceverte Powell Katherine Privette Peggy Pugh Molly Ramsey Peggy Reavis Fred Repass Betty Lou Reynolds Joe Rice Billy Richardson Shelva Richardson Barney Rickman Shirley Rierson Jerry Robertson Bill Rogel Robert Rolley Virginia Scott Janice Seawell Jack Shelor Nancy Shelton Corinna Sheppard Donald Shorter Peggy Smiley Barbara Smith Shelby Smith Russell Snyder Lera Stalnaker Gaye Stanley Sue Stanley Edward St.Clair Sarah Mae St.Clair Phylis Stinson Betty Stone Mary Ruth Suiter Djuna Sutphin Linda Swain Richard Swedberg Emory Tarpley Lola Taylor Ralph Thomas Rockla Thompson Ruth Thompson Mamie Tolley Ellen Towler Barbara Turman Donald Turman Ann Turner Douglas Vaughan Betty Lou Vinyard M ildred Waldron Coriene Walters Phyllis Walton Sue Weaver Betty Mae Wertz Joyce West Margaret West Velma Wheeler Rachel Whitmire Betty Jean Wilcher John Wilks Margie Williams Jean Williamson Delores Willis John Wimmer Deanna Wirt Margie Wirt Sarah Wirt JANNETTE WlTT Morton Witt Herbert Wolfrey Frank Wood Nancy Wood Rudolph Wood ■ c ' A.r X Becky V ooLwiNfe Inez Woolwine nj 1 A Jimmy Wright . t S V i Norma Yeatts Hugh Bainter, President; Frank Garst, Vice President; Lucy Russell, Treasurer; Jereline Reavis, Secretary Eighth Grade As in the spring when the new leaves appear and the chirping of the birds awakens us to a shining new day full of adventure and opportunity, so the tolling of the school bell announced the beginning of a new phase of our life and there awaited us adventure and opportunity. Along this season of our journey there were many showers. Some were trying and despairing, but they awakened us to the budding of a new life and a brighter day. With spring comes newness and excitement, and so with our entrance into Andrew Lewis came new friends, activities, and experiences. Our first day we were confronted with gigantic halls and multitudes of rooms, but gradually the puzzle became clearer and we settled down to our daily routine. Ahead of us lay many experiences, interesting ones, arduous ones, exciting ones, tiring ones, all offering us a challenge. With hope and effort we accepted this challenge. Sara Lynn Ahalt Dorothy Akers Robert Allen Marjorie Alls Marie Angell Peggy Argabright Judy Arrington Alvah Arthur Betty Jean Ashley Hugh Bainter Sonny Baird Diane Ballard Rosalie Barber Eugene Barton Sonja Bateman Marie Baumgardner Dorothy Bayse Joyce Beahm Montrann Beard Jack Beason Shirley Beckner Kitty Jo Beeman Jane Ellen Bell Cora Mae Berry Peggy Blackwell Barbara Anne Blosser Carol M. Boley Helen Bowden Audrey Bower Bobby Bower Richard Boyd Henry Bresweli. Linda Brewer Robert Stuart Brizendine Ann Brown Sue Ann Brown Jerry Broyles Bobby Burnett Jimmy Burton Judy Butler Peggy Bryant Geraline Byer Joe Cabiness Harry Campbell Nadine Campbell Nancy Campbell Margaret Carroll Lloyd Case Patricia Cecil Betty Chaffin Larry Clark Don Collins Marie Collins JoAnne Conklin Darline Conner Larry Conner Melvin Conner Barbara Cooper Adelene Craghead Amy Jean Cramer Jimmy Cromer Carolyn Crosswhite Peggy Crotts Scott Davis Pat DeHart Joan Dickerson Bobby Dillon Claudine Dillon Rachel Doyle Betty Sue Dudding Priscilla Duke Lance Earley Kenneth Edens Odia Edwards Martha Anne Edwards Lionel Ellis Marlene Ellis Bobby Ewald Kyle Ferguson Wallace Ferguson Walter Ferguson Denny Fink Lois Fisher Howard Fitzgerald Dottie Fletcher Etta Mae Flinchum Clinton Flowers Joyce Francisco Margaret Franklin Shirley Frantz Barbara Jean Frye Bltddy Futrell Imogene Gallion Connie Garbett Buddie Garman Emory Garman Freda Garman Ruby Garman Teddy Garman Vivian Garman Billy Garrett Frank Garst Wayne Garst Patsy Ann Gibson John N. Goodman Barbara Gordon Paul Gore Christine Graham Jimmy Gresham Louise Gross Glynn Greer Elsie Grubb Evelyn Guthrie Cynthia Haislip Arthur Hale Martha Hash Johnny Hall Warren Hankens Sue Hairston Betty Hartman Patricia Hartman Sue Harshbarger Joyce Hawkins Garfield Hawley Peggy Haynes Garnette Helvey Mack Henderson Kay Henderson Charles Henritze John Hesmer Joan Hodge Peggy Jean Hoke Georgianna Hudnall Carol Hudson Ruth Huff Butch Hurt Margaret Hypes Ronnie Ingoe Norma Jamison Jessie Ann Janney Shirley Jean Janney Charles Jennings Edward Jewell Charles Jones Barbara Justis Kate Kegley Anita Kelley Phyllis Kesler Maurice King Velma King Watson King Lovelle Kingery Robert Lee Kingery Roberta Kirk Royce Koon Jimmy Laine Howard LaPrad Hayward Lawson Lillie Mae Layton Linda Lee Walter Lee Louis Leffler Patricia LeGrande Bernard Lemon Virginia Lee Lester Dewey Likens Janet Lile Eloise Lilly Ruth Lockett Fielding Logan Billy Logan Aubrey Loyd Carol Loyd Faye McCray Nancy Ellen McManaway Kenneth McNeil Frank Mabe Brown Martin Evelyn Marie Martin James Martin Kenneth Martin Betty Mattern Hallie Meador Luther Meador Vernon Meador Sally Miller Dreama Mills Phyllis Mills Sue Ann Minnix Wanda Minnix Walter Minter Georgie Monroe Nancy Moran Joe Moses Kathleen Mt.Castle Guy Mowbray Betty Murphy Jeannette Myers Edith Nichols MHIilillll Nickie Nichols Mary Jo Nolen Beverly Norton Charlotte Obenchain Joan Overton Barbara Oyler John Oyler Eldena Patterson Peggy Paulus Nancy Sue Peery Dean Phoenix Don Pinkard Lottie Jean Poage Carol Sue Poff Patricia Poff Ralph Poff Cecilia Price Marshall Price Patricia Pritchett Nadine Pltckett Ted Ramsey Jerelene Reavis Ruly Reese James A. Repass Jimmy Reynolds Shirley Reynolds Gaynor Rhodes Nancy Rhudy Janet Lee Richardson Joyce Roberts Patricia Rose Norma Routt Barbara Ruble Janet Russell Lucy Russell Martha Russo JoAnn Rutherford Carole Rutledge JoAnne Sarver Jack Saul Judy Dean Saul Norma Jean Saul Margaret Saunders Mary Jane Scott Lindsay Sheahan Martha Louise Shell Judy Shelton Robert Shorter Jackie Simmons Nina Simmons Meta Simpson Shirley Sloan Anita Snyder Dewey Spangler Eleanor Spangler Roy Stanford Berkley Stanley Duward Starkey Norma Starling Cecil Starnes Eugene Stemple Ervin Stevenson Mike Stover William Strang Richard Stroupe Joyce Strouth Larry Sutphin Billy Swain Patricia Taliaferro Barbara Taylor Alan Taylor Peggy Taylor Howard Talley Julia Thomas Sylvia Thomas Diana Thomason Jerry Thompson Kenneth L. Thompson Shirley Thompson Ted Thompson Janet Turman Wayne Turner Gerald Umberger Dorothy Underwood Louise Underwood Joan Vandergrift Lola Vass Bill Veasey Francis Wagner Wayne Waldron Russell Walker Rita Walters Jackie Walton Peter Watts Harold Webb Bennie Wertz Calvin Wertz Ella Jean Wright Melvin Wesley Mary Ann West Donald Whitlock Mary Wiley Buddy Williams Curtis Williams Mary Nell Willis Wilma Willis Hazel Wirt Jackie Wiseley Jerry Wood Bobby Woods George Wright Lynn Wygal Byron Yost Jack Yough Carl Young Charles Young Fern Young Phyllis Young Garlund Zehring Eddie Zini Fall The autumn is like a great symphony orchestra, playing incomparable music. The horns are the brilliant reds and golds of the leaves, which send forth their colors for all to see. The winds are like the violins as they play soft melodies of harvest, telling us of the barns laden with food for the coming year. Like the clang of cymbals, a shout rises from a football field, ushering in that great sport of all sports. The autumn symphony plays a school melody as we return to the hallowed halls of Andrew Lewis, there to renew our friendships of the previous year and to extend our hands in a greeting to new friends. With faint tunes, telling of a summer, now past, singing in our heads, we look forward, happily, to the months before us, anticipating a year of activity. We know that we have a task to perform this year, the task of studying hard to prepare ourselves for the coming years. But we spice our work with the fun of football games, hops and all of the extra a ctivities that make our school life all that it is. Our songs blend with the symphony as we cheer our team, whether in victory or defeat. The notes of the band ring clear and true on the crisp night air. The melody blends with that of the symphony, and, together, they play on and on until the song becomes a part of us. Even within the walls of our beloved school, the tune continues; its notes fill every hall. The clang of locker doors, the shrill whistle coming from the gym, the rhythmic click of typewriters, the whispered conversations in study hall, the low rustle of pages in the library, the drone of questions and answers in class, all make up the school melody. The symphony plays on, accented with crisp breezes and gay laughter as we live on, playing with the orchestra the song of songs, life, our lives at Andrew Lewis. •Cf 70 i W7 y ' L u tr «z f „ v z®- ctivities In the heat of late August, long before students give school days even a fleeting thought, the faculty meets to discuss school plans. Mr. Alexander is pre¬ siding here. In the clinic, angels of mercy, under the supervision of Mrs. Shriver, spend their study time distributing pills and hot water bottles among ailing students. Here, we see them making beds and checking their medicine sup¬ ply for the year. A favorite spot with students is the snack counter in the cafeteria. Mrs. Bradley is al¬ ways there with a friendly word for everyone. Weeks before school begins, Air. Snapp is busy at the long and difficult task of registering every student in the proper place for each hour. Mrs. Evelyn Foley, secretary to the principal, lends a helping hand as they register. Mr. CofTman is the main at¬ traction for most boys and girls during the first few days of school. Long lines of students await h : m each morning to buy books, paper, and pencils so they will get off to the right start with their favorite teachers. There is never a dull moment for Miss Webb and her chem¬ istry students in Room 303. Even if the experiment fails, every one on third floor is sure to know of the attempt by the loud explosions and unpleasant odors drifting into the hall. Sixth Period, music fills the air as the Senior Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Peery, joins in harmony. Many hours are spent in preparing for radio programs and other perform¬ ances. “And with this device, known as the Biltmore Stick, we can measure the height and diameter of trees.” Mr. Kinsey enlightens his fourth period class on the finer points of forestry. No wonder the Home Eco¬ nomics girls are never hungry at lunch, after sampling all the foods they are learning to cook in Mrs. Ames’ class! The typewriters click and the mimeograph machine whirs as the office practice group, under the guidance of Miss Purcell, learns skills that will prepare them for their future jobs. ■■■■ Who says Latin is a dead language? It does not sound dead here as, under Mrs. Little’s guidance, the first year Latin students learn to master the strange syllables of an ancient tongue. Strange creatures roam be¬ neath the powerful lenses of the microscopes as Miss Watkin’s Biology Class explores the animal kingdom. English is the basis of all of our studies. Mrs. Parrish’s class displays their talents at writing paragraphs. Students enjoy the method of education practiced here by Mr. Coffman in his Freshman Science Classes. All attention is focused on an interesting scientific movie. “And in 1492 Columbus dis¬ covered America.” Mrs. Garner’s History Class has learned that there is an enjoyable way to learn about life in this great country, they see historical events and the lives of great men portrayed on the screen. “Old McDonald had a farm” If farmer McDonald was trained by Mr. Peters in the modern Agriculture Shop, we can be sure that the buildings and equipment on that farm will be kept in perfect condition. Who will it be—Ike or Adlai? The mock election, sponsored by Mrs. Smith’s civics classes, pro¬ vides students with an oppor¬ tunity to practice Democracy for themselves. Which is which? The Young triplets, Clifford, Caroline, and Pauline, and their mother visit the Home Economics Class in child care, taught by Mrs. Blake and Mrs. Ames. Every girl dreams of her own home and family, and here she can learn things that will make her dreams come true. “Silence is golden,” the old saying goes; and in the quiet of the reference room of our library, students discover that there are many, many things they do not know. With the help of Mrs. Shriver and Mrs. Newton, they prepare reports and special studies. General Science is an im¬ portant subject at Andrew Lewis. Here, in Mrs. Jennings’ eighth grade class, the students learn by doing as they care for the plants and aquarium. Football Captain Eddie Fergu¬ son addresses the student body and lectures his schoolmates on school spirit. Fie gets a rousing hand especially from all Mono¬ gram Club members as he gives pointers on what school spirit means to the team. “It’s a g-g-ghost,” screams Jack Good as his brave mama, Iris Cundiff, attempts to calm him; Georgenia Draper looks fearful lest her money-making scheme should fail; cowering beneath the sheet, too scared to run, is the maid and ghost pro tern, Jo Ann Walker. Mrs. Strickler’s public speaking class provides us with thrills and chills with the play “The Midnight Ghost.” “There’s no business like an¬ nual business,” sings the staff of the Pioneer as they open the Annual Follies assembly. Proof that they have showmanship as well as literary ability is shown in this presentation of staff talent. Students at Andrew Lewis get an over-all picture of life in Europe—Scotland, England, Ire¬ land, France, and Switzerland— as Lewis Lancaster tells us of foreign countries. His trip was backed by the 4-H Club, and his experiences were most inter¬ esting. His talk, before the student body, illustrated with colored slides, makes a very en¬ joyable assembly. Betty McCormack holds her audience spellbound as she dances lightly to a gay tune at our traditional Annual Follies assembly. Charles Gwaltney, our busi¬ ness manager, knows that pub¬ lishing an annual is an enormous task. Here, Mrs. Gillespie, our previous annual sponsor, briefs him on his duties as business manager. Venus, Mars, Apollo, Jupiter- all the gods and goddesses of Mt. Olympus are seen here arrayed in all their splendor. The Latin Club presents its bi¬ monthly program to its members in which they learn something of Roman culture. The sound of music rises on the warm autumn air as the band meets for daily practice. Their stirring music and pre¬ cision marching, are a tribute to their director, Mr. Christensen. At football games, they pro¬ vide the necessary spark of pep, as they play our school songs and parade on the field at half time. Representatives from the clubs meet with Mrs. Gillespie, chair¬ man, and Mrs. Strickler as the Assembly Committee to make plans for the assembly programs. To them goes the credit for our varied, entertaining, and in¬ formative programs. All day long, as we make our numerous trips past the activi¬ ties room, we hear “Turn your head this way just a little— That’s fine, hold it.” These are the words of Mr. Brooks, our photographer from New York, as he hurriedly but efficiently makes pictures of hundreds of underclassmen. First Row: John Gardner, Dewey Glower, Jimmy Wright, Jay Musser, Bobby Flinchum, Paul Hatcher, Eddie Ellers, John Holliday, Ernest Sprouse, Harry Simpson, Johnny Mastin Second Row: Curtis Snyder, Roy Wirt , II. L. Stanley, Wesley Frye, Brenton Mongan, Eddie Talley, alternate captain; Eddie Ferguson, captain; Jimmy Bayne, Luther Garrett, Maurice Myers, Henry Frantz, Otis Reynolds Third Row: Jerry Frank, Milan Christley, Don Anselmo, Donald Jarrett, Alonza Philpott, Sonny Williams, Glenn Parr, Hunt, Bev Roberts, Jimmy Candler, Jimmy Bean, Ronnie Johnson • _. Varsity Football L J) VO) - " VAxa_ . C% -+0( The ' Andtew Lewis Varsity Football Team is made up of a group of boys who are willing to no foA their own personal glory, but for the honor of the team. They play fair and fight in a victory; but victory or defeat, their spirits remain high, and they enter each game an win. V-S-4 -Xj ALL SCHEDULE—1952 Blacksburg,.Salem Danville.Danville Thomas Jefferson.Salem L. ys. William Byrd.Salem . William Fleming.Salem Lane.Salem . Jefferson.Roanoke . Appomattox.Salem . E. C. Glass.Salem . Covington.Covington Coach Johnston fa - 0 0 C ' i s £ V - V v 5 Jf X- tAvV l 3ouv. ' A Oj ' The Wol v erines opened their 1952 football season by defeating a weak but determined Blacksburg team by the score of 19-13. In the first quarter Hunt scored from 3 yards out, but Bayne missed the point and the score was 6-0. In the third quarter Wirt scored around right end. Bayne’s kick was good, and A. L. led 13-7. In the fourth quarter Talley went over right tackle for 55 yards and the last Salem TD. A. L. lost to Danville by the score of 14-0. Mongan were injured. Salem had bad luck in this game as Ed Talley, the captain, and Brent The Wolverines scared a strong Teejay eleven before losing 13-0. A. L.’s biggest threat came in the second quarter when Garrett and Wirt got to the five-yard line, but Wirt was thrown for a ten-yard loss. Salem won its second game by defeating William Byrd, 21-6. Hunt intercepted a pass and ran 25 yards for the first score. Later Bev Roberts recovered a fumble which led to another Salem score; Garrett ran 21 yards for a TD; Bayne kicked all three extra points. Byrd scored after a penalty and put the ball on the one-yard line. This was one of Salem’s best games. The Salem boys put up a good fight but lost to a superior William Fleming eleven, 34-7. After losing several yards Garrett, on a “key play,” found a hole and scored. Jim Bayne converted, making it 7-0. After this it was Fleming all the way. 3c C ■O . . ' Sr- « l Salem’s third victory came by beating Lane of Charlottesville, 13-7. In the first quarter, Johnson blocked a punt on the Lane 21-yard line and three plays later, Hunt scored. Jim Bayne converted. Lane came back to tie the score 7-7. In the third period Snyder blocked a punt on the Lane 17-yard line and Ernie Sprouse scored. Bayne’s kick hit the crossbar, so the final score was 13-7, Salem. A. L. played a wonderful game with Jefferson High at Victory Stadium, but lost. Paul Rotenberry looked good for Jefferson. Buddy Snead played his first game of the season. Ed Ferguson, Curtis Snyder, Luther Garrett, Roy Wirt, and Kellogg Hunt were standouts for Salem. The Wolverines won their fourth game by beating Appomattox, unbeaten and unscored on, 21-7. Roy Wirt scored twice in the first half, making the score 14-0. Eddie Talley made a third TD. Appomattox scored its only TD in the fourth period. E. C. Glass of Lynchburg came to Salem and beat A. L. in a Group I game, 38-13. Garrett scored; Bayne’s kick was good. Salem closed its 1952 football season by losing to Covington, 35-7. Kellogg Hunt had the honor of scoring the last TD made in 1952. Jim Bayne kicked the extra point. The Wolverines finished the season with a 4-6 record. a ft S ■I fllPl® f • ' , f ( V’ r- " , While “The Star-Spangled Banner” rings out in the still crisp air, the members of the football team stand with pounding hearts awaiting the moment when they will go onto the field to try to win another victory for the “Blue and White.” “We’re with you team,” yell the boys on the bench, although the expressions on their faces indicate that it is a losing game. “Don’t look so glum, Coach Johnston. Next time we will win ' ” Despite the score indicated on our brand new scoreboard, the fans are en¬ livened by our enthusiastic drum major¬ ettes, as they lead the band off the field at half time. Our pretty drum major¬ ettes, Sandra Lucas, Charlotte Jewel, Betty Jo Harris, and Janet Munsey never lack for pep and endless energy. “Good luck, and may the best man win.” Captains Duff and Ferguson shake hands after the toss of the coin at the beginning of the E. C. Glass vs. Andrew Lewis game. Each goes back to his team with high hopes of victory. Coach Johnston, Mr. C. G. Smith of the Salem Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Mr. Alexander stand by as Air. Broadwater accepts the new electric score board which had just been presented to us by the JC’s. This event means a lot to every Wolverine fan, for at last we can keep up with the downs and yardage as our team fights for a victory. jtuJo£LiJ SZA o a A ZjLL acjlaj j -Z (xZZ tf-fJ-ST-J - 3 vo iLl a6 i 5 . di tU I- AX £l_ on ji_j -ZA o tstsCsc ■JjL XC Lc T AZcj Zc-xJ jU O-Au. . r .i ;jV% w Za-ilAAA - -ZZeh 2 ( 0 A. L. Cheers There’s a reason for a coach. There’s a reason for a team. And these are the reasons That the students scream. A miable—Martha Ann Goodwin N eat—Carole Stroupe D reamy-eyed—Nancy Garst R hythmic—Annette Garst E nergetic—Oceile Hall W holesome—Phyllis Batten ively—Betty McCormack nthusiastic—Peggy Jo Stone itty—Shirley Eubank ngenious—Patty Donaldson teadfast—Georgia Crawford A-n-d-r-e-w L-e-w-i-s! C-h-e-e-r-l-e-a-d-e-r-s! M-r-s. H-o-u-c-h-e-n-s Sponsor! Sponsor! Sponsor! Mascots: Eddie P ever ell Sandra Garst Left to Right: Martha Goodwin Head Cheerleader Mrs. Houchens Sponsor Eddie Ferguson crowns Patty Donald¬ son Queen of the Home - Coming Hop after the Glass game. Margie Rut rough, maid of honor, and Betty McCormack, a member of the court, stand by. Patty Donaldson, our lovely Home- Coming Queen, beams down on her court. Margie Rutrough is in the place of maid of honor by her side. The Queen, Maid of Honor, and Court, whic h was made up of Martha Goodwin, Georgenia Draper, Polly Smith, Shirley Tuttle, Annette Garst, Betty McCormack, and Cecelia Zini, were chosen by the football team. Her majesty, the Queen of the Home- Coming Hop, Patty Donaldson, is pre¬ sented a corsage by Captain Eddie Ferguson as Eddie Talley waits, in the background, with her royal crown. First Row: Joe Faries, Jimmy Gresham, Fred Hoback, Pat Darden, Jon Manetta, Emory Tarpley, Jack Beason Second Row: Billy Myers, Burks Logan, Sam Harvey, Frank Francisco, Bobby Dennis, Pete Watts Third Row: Ed Harless, Coach; Ralph Poff, Don Pinkard, Jackie Gordon, Dan Nolan, Jack Yough, Frank Waggoner Our Junior Varsity furnishes fun and valuable experience for our energetic boys. Some of these boys have made this team by the time they reach the Ninth Grade. Before winter turns the athletic field into a swampland of snow and mud, the boys’ physical education classes can enjoy the active outdoor sports. There is a mad scramble on the field as the ball is hurled through the air! Who knows but what some of these boys will some day be star athletes. ‘‘Come on Evens!” During the volleyball tournament between the Odds and Evens, the cheerleaders for the Evens keep the team’s spirit high. These lovely damsels supporting the Evens are: Barbara Carroll, Frankie Norton, Christine Kessler, Sylvia Tinned, and Charlotte Yost. Up and over the net goes the ball as these girls of Miss Martin’s class engage in a hot game of volleyball. The gym is a busy place as both teams fight for the victory. Miss Martin demonstrates to one of her physical education classes the way to hold a hockey stick. The Red team prepares for the games by putting on their “pennies.” Both teams are equipped with shin guards and regular hockey sticks. Our pretty tumblers perform a “thigh stand’ during the Latin Club Christmas Assem bly. They are playing the part of talented Roman slave girls performing before the family of the Governor of Judea during the festive season. Evelyn Early holds Clara Lewis, and Emily Carter holds Nancy Donaldson, while Doris Honaker lends her moral support. “Come on girls, keep the ball going!” Mrs. Patsel’s fourth period gym class learn volleyball techniques by playing many exciting games between squads. Outstanding honors have been brought to Andrew Lewis by the Future Farmers of America this year. Here we see some of our F. F. A. boys returning home after attending the National Future Farmers of America Convention in Kansas City, Missouri. Don Oatey, president, represented the Andrew Lewis Chapter in the convention. Charles Damewood won the Virginia Forestry Contest. Wesley Grisso won the American Farmer’s Degree. This is the highest degree in the organization and only one boy in each thousand receives this degree. Mr. Peters was given the Honorary American Farmer’s Degree for his out¬ standing work in the local chapter. The Andrew Lewis Chapter “placed gold” in the National Contest for their accomplishments. The 4 H Club of Andrew Lewis has al¬ ways produced many fine leaders. Morris Hancock and Clayton Tinned won first prize in the State Poultry Demonstration. Their efforts won them a trip to Syracuse, New York. Jody Walker took first place in the State 4-H Public Speaking Contest with her speech “Speak up for Freedom.” Jack Goode was one of the four Virginia district winners at the Farm and Home Congress which was held in Richmond. Jody and Jack are both All-Stars, the highest honor a Virginia 4-H member can achieve. Andrew Lewis has found its place on the map both in the State and in the nation. Donny Williams was one of the two Virginia F. F. A. members who took part in the 1952 National F. F. A. Band which met in Kansas City last summer. Alonza Philpott, out¬ standing tackle for the Wolverines, won a position as state reserve guard this year. Congratulations to both of these boys for their fine work! i4$ »» ♦ m The girls of Andrew Lewis have taken their share of honors, too. Joan Alls, secre¬ tary of the Student Council, was elected State secretary of the Student Cooperative Association. Georgenia Draper was chosen by the faculty and the Senior Class as our D. A. R. good citizenship award candidate. C Winter Old Mother Nature sings a quiet lullaby as the weary world rests beneath a blanket of soft white snow. The earth takes on a chilled somber look and shadows grow long as winter walks with icy steps about the land. The wind shrieks around corners and trees bend low under the weight of ice and snow as their branches creak in protest. Activity seems to cease and all the world rests, preparing itself for the coming season of growth, and says with Milton “Come, pensive Nun, devout and pure.” The cold weather makes us grateful for our warm homes. The open fireplace takes on an added beauty as the flames crackle over the logs; the popping of corn accents the sound. We enjoy long evenings by the fire where, with a good book, we may travel into lands beyond our fondest dream. “ Some still , removed place will fit , where glowing embers through the room teach light to counterfeit a gloom” Our books are temporarily forgotten at Andrew Lewis, however, as we enter the busy Christmas season, and the “pensive Nun” is banished for awhile; again, there is activity. There is much work to be done before the Christmas dance, before the choir assembly, and before the Christmas baskets are ready for delivery. Although there never seems time enough for it all; nevertheless, it is accomplished. Memories of the Christmas dance will long remain. For a single night the gym sparkles with stars and mistletoe is king. The last day arrives and our hearts are thrilled as we hear the strains of “ Joy to the World” floating down the hall. We pause and give thanks for our great fortune as we share in giving to others through our Christmas baskets. Vacation arrives and for two weeks the halls of Andrew Lewis are as silent as the snow outside. With the coming of a New Year they are re-awakened. Studies take on a serious air for the dark shadow of tests is rising in our paths. The midnight oil is burned in many lamps in an effort to “cram” a semester’s work into a single night. The lights burn late in the gymnasium, too, as our Wolverines fight for glory on the basketball court. The dark halls echo the cries of “We’re with you team!” The blue and white prove with each game that they can lead us to victory. Gradually the winter days lengthen; the earth begins to put on a new green dress in place of the grey, brown, and black tones that have clothed it through the cold months. Winter disappears, leaving memories of happy, busy times. •Cf 86 }[ • 1 Vi • ' J • i j OsM yf U. i IS 4 . U ' • ■ ; , ( . J ,J J r r Winter Activities t A J I J • H . Our Eighth Grade students in Room 215 receive valuable math, instruction under the supervision of Mrs. Jennings. ¥ ■ I i ■ Members of Miss Watkins ' Physics Class spend many hours exploring the mysteries of me¬ chanics, heat, sound, and elec¬ tricity. Through experiments they learn the meaning of “what goes up must come down.” This is roll call with Mr. Crawford so let’s get ready for some exercise. It surely feels good to get out and relax away from studies and books. Typing is a job we all like and with Miss Proffitt’s super¬ vision we hope to make neat secretaries in the near future. In Mrs. Strickler’s Class test day rolls around, so we try to recall what we have learned in American literature. Let’s make some good grades. The Distributive Education Class offers practical on-the-job experience for its students. Ray Lee pauses from his work to pose for a picture along with his employer, Mr. Shepperd, and his teacher, Mr. Houchens. On Inauguration Day students’ dreams come true; television is brought into the school. Mrs. Little’s class watches attentively the entire Inaugural ceremony by means of television sets which are donated by the local mer¬ chants. M iss Webb’s Chemistry Class is very busy on days when experiments are performed. The object of this experiment is to test hydrogen for its properties. £ Mrs. Blake shows her Home Economics girls how to use the sewing machines in 305 and gives them all the fine points that help to turn out well-made garments. Faraway places are brought nearer to home as this Eighth Grade Social Studies Class ex¬ hibits its souvenirs from China. Mrs. Wertz, teacher, leads them in a discussion of this fascinating oriental land. Mr. G. L. Quirk, Assistant Supervisor of Health and Physi¬ cal Education, State Depart¬ ment, is speaking at an assembly of the Mid-Year Teachers’ Con¬ ference which was held at Andrew Lewis. Mr. R. Douglas Nininger, County Superintendent, and eleven other speakers are on the stage. This Roman family is enter¬ tained by a group of tumblers as they recline at a delicious ban¬ quet. Such is the scene from the Christmas play presented by the Sodalitas Latina, under the di¬ rection of Miss Cook. David Vaughn and Libby Foster are Jack Good’s parents in a play presented for the Latin Club. Jack Good plays Joan All’s boy friend, Virgil, who dislikes to study Latin. The seniors display their tal¬ ents by presenting a talent show at an assembly. One of the main features of the program is the impersonation of the teachers. Here John Philpott is teaching literature in accordance with Mr. Snapp’s method. “Broom! Broom!’’The wicked old witch commands her mis¬ chievous broom to land so that she can mount and fly away to make more trouble for Rapunzel and her beloved PrinceCharming. The laughter which the play draws proves that Andrew Lewis students still enjoy fairy tales. This was a Southeastern As¬ sembly program. Members of the Library Club work hard to keep the books in the right places at all times. Richard Cornett is busy checking them over when he is caught by the photographer. “Everybody is going to see the game tonight!” Here we see Shirley Tuttle as she purchases her ticket from Mr. Alexander. It is time to try out for the May Court! After school, on this great day, girls are scurrying in all directions to put on the “finishing touches” before going into the auditorium. Here a number is pinned on each girl and she walks before the judges, hoping to be chosen queen, maid of honor, or attendant. K ! ' : I ill ill Hrs ill a 11 ill] HL . i l Mu i I iOH Busy beavers are the copy¬ writers on the annual staff. It is write and re-write every article in order to get every comma, tense, and person in the proper place. Lunch time again! Here hun¬ gry students patiently wait their turn in line while Miss McConkey makes change so efficiently. Billy Brogan stands by to keep plenty of milk within reach of students. P sUp I v Bk A m M 2 Along with our many Christmas activities comes one that is looked forward to greatly by the students. The Senior Choir walks through the halls singing Christmas carols. Their voices echo through the class rooms, and stu- dents and teachers pause in their work to hear the joyous tidings. “You better watch out, you better not cry, Santa Claus is coming to town.” And Santa Claus does come for small children at a Christmas party given by the Sports Club. He hands out presents left and right to little children and spreads his Christmas cheer to happy hearts. Gtyriatmaa All is still and quiet as the holy voice of the angel speaks to the trembling shepherds. The yearly Christ¬ mas Assembly is presented by the Latin Club in the form of a play entitled “The Saturnalia.” The beauti¬ ful Christmas story is awakened anew in the hearts of the listeners. Andrew Lewis High School has never failed the Basket Bureau. Every year the students give gener¬ ously so that someone else may have a happier Christ¬ mas. Here the baskets are lined up to be presented to Mr. Charley Turner, who distributes them. This is one of many examples of “peace on earth, good will toward men.” Mrs. Fisher’s Freshman English Class helped add a note of Christmas cheer and brightness to her own Home Room 106. The drawing in the center is by Nancy Wood and Corrina Shepherd. Deane Wirt is the writer of the poem, “Santa’s Coming” and Yvonne Hailey takes credit for “Home for Christmas.” The beautiful picture which adorns the front board of Home Room 106 at Christmas time, was painted by Don Anselmo, a member of Mrs. Fisher’s Senior English Class. Artist Don, palette in hand, beams before his masterpiece. June Leffel and Louis Spradlin take honors for the creative writings. S’raium Patty Donaldson’s criti¬ cal eye wanders over her handiwork in decorating the halls for Christmas. Hard working Senior Y- Teens give our school the holiday atmosphere with their “hanging of the greens.” Amid the festive yuletide surroundings happy couples dance to their favorite melodies played by the able Aristocrats. The annual Christmas Dance is a seasonal highlight in the social life at Andrew Lewis. “Ring Out Wild Bells”—The melodious voices of the choir drift through the auditorium and bring a spirit of devotion and reverence to the joyous Christ¬ mas season. ■ Town Government Day Two of our business students, Martha Goodwin and Joan Farmer make places for themselves in the Clerk’s office during “Town Day.” Mr. Shelor, Town Clerk, stays close by to observe their work. Charles Gwaltney, Fire Chief and Jack Flale, Assistant Fire Chief, with Mr. Ballard, Salem Fire Chief, pause a moment for a cameraman before they end their dav as firemen. Don Barker and Jimmy Candler have an interest in engineering, so their day with the Town Government is spent with Mr. T. A. Spiggle, Town Engineer. Barker is Town Engineer and Chandler is his assistant. The “big wheels” for a day pose in the office of the Town Manager. Left to right are Betty Mc¬ Cormack, the first girl ever elected to the town council from Andrew Lewis; John Gardner, As¬ sistant Town Mana¬ ger; Jimmy Bean, Vice Mayor; Billy Brogan, Mayor; and Don Anselmo, Town Manager. M rs. Hurt, Treas¬ urer, looks on to see that Georgenia Draper and David Vaughn are taking good care of our town’s money in¬ terests as they learn how taxes and reve¬ nues are spent to run the town. Two employees of the Water De¬ partment come into view just as the cameras click to get a picture of Calvin Rhorbaugh, Superintendent of the Water Department for a day, along with his assistant, Harry Stanley. These boys spent their day as town officials with Superintendent of the Light Department, Mr. J. E. Yates. Johnny Ferguson is Town Attorney, Wayne Smith is Assistant Light Director, and Bill Hurt, Light Director. Mrs. Smith is discussing the Town Day project with some of the par¬ ticipants after they end their day as town officials. Students are (1-r) Clayton Tinned, John Gibson, Harry Stanley, Charles Gwaltney and Don Anselmo. Mrs. Inez St.Clair briefs our four prospective nurses in the duties of a Public Health Nurse. Students are Carol Gregson, Shirley Fitzgerald, Jeannette Eggleston, and Clara Crotts. The boys and girls selected to run the Town of Salem for a day listen as Town Manager Frank Chap¬ man tells them how it’s done. Over in the Recreation Department, Eddie Talley and Annette Garst see that our Public Parks and other recreational projects are being run smoothly. Mr. Turner, Director of the Recreation Department, shows them a list of their duties. These Andrew Lewis seniors are ready to leave school to take over the business of running the Town of Salem in the Annual Town Day sponsored by the Civics classes. John Gibson and Buck Wood spend Town Day in the Street Department. Here Mr. J. C. Yates, Superintendent of Street Department, shows the boys the different machines necessary to keep our street in the best con¬ dition. Mrs. Baumgardner shows Betty Lou Pardue and Jody Walker the Clayton Tinnell gets the job of Commissioner of Revenue for Salem Town Day. We also see Mrs. Doris Mutter, secretary in the Treasurer’s office, with her stand-in, Mary Feld, and Genevieve Craighead, who is taking over Mrs. Keith Hunt’s secretarial position. filing system at Salem’s Library, as they take over her job for Town Day. A jd, Left to Right: Jay Musser, Bobby Flinchum, George Hill, Charles Patton, John Holliday •xond Row: Luther Garrett, Curtis Snyder, Wesley Gillock, Larry Waggoner, Jesse Chapman w: John Ganna ayg Glenn Parr, Russell Smiley, Jerry Frank, Jimmy Candler Basketball lnes, our basketball team in many seasons, can be justly proud ' hey brought Andrew Lewis back into the sports picture as they overcame some of the top Group I teams. The Wolverines of Andrew Lewis opened their 1952-53 Basketball season with an impressive, 41-39 overtime victory over highly favored Newport News, the defending State Group I champions. With the help of Glenn Parr, Jay Musser, and Luther Garrett, Salem won. Wes Gillock was high scorer for Salem with 12 points. For their second game before the Christmas holidays, the Wolverines played South Norfolk. Salem lost this game by two points, 46-44. Jim Candler and Luther Garrett led the scoring for Salem with 10 points each. Salem won its next game by beating the Alumni, 49-29. Jim Candler and Russ Smiley each scored 11 points, Johnny Holliday added 10. Marshall Adundy was high for the Alumni with 9 points. Next, A. L. won over Group II Blacksburg by the close score of 31-27. High scorer for the Wolverines was Wes Gillock with 12 points, Johnny Holliday was second with 7. Ferrum Junior College was the next team to come to the A. L. gym. A. L. won by the score of 3S-37. Salem led 23-16 at the half. With 30 seconds remaining, Buddy Carson dropped in three Mr. E Idwin Harless, Coach foul shots to put the visitors ahead, 37-34, but at this point, Wes Gillock tossed in two points before John Holliday threw to Luther Garrett for his winning goal. Gillock led the scoring with 14 points, Smiley added nine. E. C. Glass of Lynchburg came to town for the next game. The Salem boys were completely out-classed by Glass. The final score was 60-32. Jim Candler was high for A. L. with 9 points. Salem ' s next “victim” was William Fleming. The Colonels came to Salem with the thoughts of a victory, but the Wolverines played one of their best games of the season and defeated the Colonels, 60-41. High man for the game was Russ Smiley with 22 points. Garrett added n points. The Salem boys went to Roanoke with the hopes of beating Jefferson. They didn’t win, but they played a very impressive game. The score was tied eleven times, until the fourth quarter. Smiley ripped the nets for 14 points, which was high for Salem. The final score was 62-53. The Wolverines were next hosts to the George Washington Cardinals. Salem won by the score of 55-43. Russ Smiley collected 17 points, while Johnny Holliday added 14. William Byrd came to town next, and was defeated by a 49-36 score. High man for Salem was Russ Smiley with 23 points. Jim Candler added n. The Wolverines traveled to Covington for their next game. The Cougars surprised Salem and won 47-37. Smiley was high man for A. L. with 8 points. A. L. moved over to the Hill City of Lynchburg for a second game with Glass. Salem lost 50-30. High man for Salem was Smiley with 11 markers. Andrew Lewis went to Vinton for their next game with William Byrd. A. L. won 65-47. Dick Ramey, a newcomer from Indiana, was high for Salem with 21 points. Johnny Holliday and Russ Smiley each added 10 points apiece. On the night of Friday, February 13th, the Wolverines beat the Jefferson High Magicians by the score of 52-44. A. L. led 37-24 at half time. Ramey was high scorer for Salem with 13 points. The Salem boys lost their next game to William Fleming by the score of 66-52. High men for Salem were Ramey and Smiley with 15 points apiece. The Wolverines won their last home game at the expense of Covington. The score was 5 1 -34. Dick Ramey was high for Salem with 23 points, Smiley was second with 16 points. Salem lost an important game to Danville by the score of 66-45. If A. L. had won they would have been forced to play Jefferson for second place in the Western District. Ramey was high for A. L. with 12 points. Andrew Lewis lost its last game of the season to Blacksburg by the close score of 67-64. Dick Ramey tossed in 28 points for Salem, Gillock added 15. ■H6S 5 ' M ' iln a! m I ' J j ' 1 1 Jr Keep your fingers crossed! Will he make that basket? Jefferson attempts to score in a game that saw the Wolverines defeat the Magicians 52-44. Russell Smiley and Wesley Gillock stand by in case of a rebound, and Jerry Frank (33) is closing in to help. Wesley Gillock gets possession of the ball and immediately makes a quick survey of the court to determine whether to pass or dribble. The Ferrum boys seem to be daring him to pass while Russell Smiley stands by expectantly. A struggle goes on beneath the basket as E. C. Glass meets Andrew Lewis on our home court. Andrew Lewis plays a fine game against the top Group I team. Tension mounts! The ball hangs sus¬ pended in mid-air as Glen Parr (43) leaps high to make that goal. Jimmy Candler (53) of Andrew Lewis and Don Humphreys (55) of Jefferson are in the foreground. “I protest” is what No. 14 of Ferrum Junior College seems to be saying as Wesley Gillock (33) jumps toward the basket. Russell Smiley (34) is on the job as he comes up in the background. A high jump by the centers opens the Andrew Lewis-Jefferson game. Other players stand around the circle waiting to take the ball. Will the ball drop through the loop? A crowd of hands gather beneath the ball, eager to make or prevent the goal. “Make that basket!” All eyes are on the ball in a fast moving game on our home court. The referee hurries to catch up with the players. “Keep your eye on the ball! They are going to make another basket!” The gymnasium is filled with enthusiastic fans whenever the Wolverines have a home game. Bedlam broke loose in the Andrew Lewis gym after the Wolverines defeated the Jefferson High Magicians. The broad grins plainly show which are the A. L. rooters, while the unhappy faces belong to the Jefferson fans. : First Row, Left to Right: Penn Whitescarver, Jerry Wood, Charles Patton, Maurice Hancock, Leonard Thomas, Joe Philpott Second Row: Hugh Garst, David Mattingly, Jim Brightzvell, Paul Bayse, Jack Marshall, Johnny Jones, John Cannaday, Alike Conner, Sam Harvey, manager } funior Varsity Baske tball These Junior Varsity Basketball players are our stars of tomorrow. Their games, which pre- cede the Varsity games, provide plenty of thrills as these boys gain experience which will help them to become good varsity players in the years to come. Andrew Lewis. ...38—Blacksburg. 35 Andrew Lewis. . 28—Glass. .42 Andrew Lewis. . . .22—Woodrow Wilson. 28 Andrew Lewis. . 46—Byrd. . 33 Andrew Lewis. . . . 25—Glass. 46 Andrew Lewis. . 36—Jefferson. . 37 Andrew Lewis. . . . 24—Fleming. 29 Andrew I ewis. . 29—Fleming. . 37 Andrew Lewis. . . . 45—Jefferson. 47 Andrew Lewis. . 35—Virginia Markets . 34 Andrew Lewis. . . .26—Whiz-Jammers. 34 Andrew Lewis. .29—Blacksburg. .29 Andrew Lewis. ... 31—Bvrd. 23 r. f 1 1 Valentine Dance Below the hearts, our Senior President, Kenneth O’Bierne, dances with Dolly Iddings at the Valen¬ tine Dance. The Congo line winds around the gym growing longer all the time as more couples attach them¬ selves to the end. Beverly Roberts and Linda Lucas dance in the foreground next to Rob Thompson and Mary Smith, while the band plays a soft and dreamy melody. To the swaying rhythm of the Diplomats, Shirley Eubank and David Little lead the Congo line past the bandstand. Phylis Batton and Buck Wood, Snooky Elmore and Annette Garst sit on the grass covered step beneath the Valentine, while Bobby Neal and his date gaze wistfully into the Wishing Well. Frances Patton and her date smile happily at the camera while Charles Hawley whispers sweet nothings to his date. Eddie Talley eagerly awaits his turn at the punch bowl as Margie Rutrough looks anxiously up the line at Dickie Sossaman hoping he will leave a few cookies. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Miller graciously give their assistance. Between dances refreshments are enjoyed in the candle-lighted cafeteria. Spring Spring is a fantasy in song. The gay lilting notes of daffodils as they wave in the breeze, the crisp accent of red and yellow tulips in a garden, the fresh green grass and the gentle patter of rain, all sing of spring. Spring clothes the earth in a bright new dress and gives to a tired, cold world a new song to sing. It always seems as though Spring will never arrive, but then, the first frogs appear and all at once spring is upon us. Birds sing a song that grows more beauti¬ ful with each passing year. The orchards burst forth in flowers, covering the green hills with great patches of pink and white and filling the air with an inde¬ scribable aroma. The invitation of the warm days to join their song is answered by every heart as spring fever begins to attack one and all. Our six hours at school suddenly seem much more like twelve and we find ourselves looking out of the window, day dream¬ ing. For the boys, the dream may be of a trout stream and the high swing of the line. The girls dream of new spring dresses and the fun that the reawakened hours will bring. Our teachers begin to realize that, on many days, even their best students are miles away in thought. Spring fever is a sure sign that the new season has arrived at Andrew Lewis. Our minds wander and we say with Milton “Come, and trip it, as you go, on the light, fantastic toe.” Another sign of spring is the preparation for the annual Easter pageant. The choirs busy themselves with learning special music that will complete the production which draws a large audience each year. The traditional May Dance comes and goes leaving behind memories of a beautiful evening. Over the festivities reigns the Queen of May with her court. The gym for a short while is alive with color and music. Sooner than it seems possible, the end of the school year is upon us. Senior day arrives with its confused mixture of joy and sorrow. The Seniors march out and leave their places to be filled by eager Juniors. The Annual is presented and the year recorded within its pages. Tests, those dark shadows in the lives of stu¬ dents, cause worried looks and frantic studying. The last day arrives and then the last night. The Class of 1953 file across the stage to receive their diplomas and then gather to sing, for the last time, the Alma Mater. Only now do they realize the true meaning of the words as they raise their voices in a final pledge: Oh Andrew Lewis, school adored, Our Alma Mater, dear; Fond memories of thee we’ll hold, Our hearts and minds to cheer. We’ll ever more thy name adore And honors to thee bring. And now thy sons and daughters true Loud praises to thee sing. { 10 2 } 5 rxm Spring Activities Mr. Houchens checks up on some of his D. E. boys who work at Green Market. Charles Gwaltney and Jackie Wimmer take a few minutes from work to report to their boss, Mr. Frank Richardson, and to Mr. Houchens. Now that spring is here we find the band assembling in the street behind the school for practice instead of in the auditorium. From here they will march to the municipal field. » i “If a bottle and cork cost $1.10 and the bottle cost $1.00 more than the cork, what is the cost of each ?” Mrs. Gillespie’s general math class fills the blackboard with the solutions to problems such as this as they learn Algebra, Geometry and Arithmetic. M rs. Hackman’s history class enjoys “history in the making” through tele¬ vision. Here students are given time out from weary classes to view a television pro¬ gram. School is interesting when we have an advantage like this. What makes it go? Here we see Mr. Copenhaver, in Driver Education Class, trying to solve for Rita Carman and Vernon Lee the mysteries which go on beneath the hood of a car. M iss Martin and her student leaders, Marie Philpott, Connie Mills, and Chris¬ tine Kessler, are busy recording grades for the physical education classes. Beware, Macbeth! In Mrs. Fisher’s English class in Room 106 the witches stir a terrible brew to determine his future. Pat Johnston stirs the brew while her sister witches, Nancy Garst and Wanda Auvil, chant their charms and curses. ■A as “Comprendez vaus?” stand is a frequently ask M iss Miller’s French class, to this question may be found various facial expressions. “Do we dare?” These girls, Joyce Thomas, Carolyn Brammex and Joyce Robertson look as if they would like to skate down the hall to try out their new costumes that they made in Mrs. Blake’s home economics class. Students in Miss Annie’s plane ge¬ ometry class explain the difficult figures while she listens intently. “Watch that ball! Don’t let it touch you.” The dodge ball game grows ex¬ citing as one girl after another goes out of the circle, when the ball touches her, until only a few of the best “dodgers” are left. The girls acquire an accurate eye as well as excellent posture as they practice one of the oldest of all sports, Archery. While Ruby Jenkins looks on, her partner, Doris Cundiff, takes accurate aim to hit the badminton birdie during her physical education class in the gym. Over they go with a handspring—legs up, elbows straight, backs arched, heads up. Tumbling requires good co-ordination and a sense of balance and Betsy Hallman and Radar Lewis demonstrate their ability. It’s a jump ball! During an exciting basketball game in physical education class, each girl tries to knock the ball to her teammates. These boys are concentrating on a game of shuffleboard which requires skill in knowing how to push the disc with just the right force behind the cue. Randall Bare watches as his partner tries his luck. Our future basketball stars are made and discovered as they practice during their physical education classes. Here a boy decides it is clear to shoot, but his opponent hurries to prevent a goal. “One-two, one-two, up-down, up- down” is the cry as the boys go through their calisthenics at the beginning of their physical education period on the athletic field. Spring is here, and the boys move their physical education class out into the warm sunshine where they work with renewed vigor to complete this year’s work. Mr. Harless looks on as one of his physical education classes practices tumbling. The boys on the mat grit their teeth and prepare for the worst in case the tumbler does not succeed in his leap. This is the hard way to see your toes! Nancy Donaldson, a very talented mem¬ ber of the Modern Dance group, does a stunt called the elbow stand. Elmira Poff, Patty Donaldson, Mary Jean Simpson and Annette Garst, four of the girls in Mrs. Patsel’s Tap Dance Group, listen for their cue as the music begins. Four Modern Dance girls, Betty Joe Harris, Susan Hackman, Nancy Donald¬ son, and Clara Lewis, practice a number for their recital. More back-stage action shots show work on an all-important job, make-up. This subject requires real ingenuity. Students in the drama class are pic¬ tured hard at work getting scenery in shape for a play they are to present. SALEM f SALEM SALEM SALEM sale First Row, Left to Right: Kellogg Hunt, Eugene Sloan, Don Anselmo, Jimmy Candler Second Row: Alonza Philpott, Roy Wirt, Robert FI inchum, David Little Track The Andrew Lewis track opened the 1952 season under Coach Crawford and his assistant, Coach Copenhaver, by defeating the William Byrd thinclads 92jA to 20W. At Lynchburg, in their second meet, the Wolverines took a beating at the hands of E. C. Glass High. Eugene Snead was the Andrew Lewis thinclads’ spark in winning the 100-yard dash and gave a fine showing in the hurdles. The final score was 90-23, Glass. The following week the Blue and White lost to William Fleming of Roanoke, but a few days later found no trouble in winning over Covington High School. When Andrew Lewis and Jefferson met last year, it was the first time the rivals had met in track. It was a very exciting meet with Jefferson finally coming out on the long end, 67-48. In the Western District meet, the Wolverines were beaten by E. C. Glass and Jefferson, but they had no trouble in outclassing George Washington High of Danville and Covington High School to take third place honors. When the regular season ended, Don Anselmo, Hack Harrison, and Eugene Snead were chosen to represent Andrew Lewis in the State Meet. Harrison qualified in the half-mile, but he was not able to stay for the finals. The Wolverine team for 1953 will be paced by returning lettermen Jimmy Candler, Don Anselmo, Luther Garrett, and Alonza Philpott. The ’53 schedule includes meets with Fleming, Byrd, Glass, Jefferson, Covington, the Western District meet, and possibly another trip to the State Meet. Coach Crawford A monitor’s job isn’t limited to check¬ ing passes. Charles Charlton takes a few minutes to rid the hall of paper that careless students drop at lunch time. The monitor system proves to be very effective this year. David Little pre¬ sents his pass to monitor Ernest Sprouse before going down the hall. The members of the Library Club pause from their regular duties in the library to give a tea. The faculty is invited to be their guests. Spring presents a busy problem for our capable office secretaries, Mrs. Foley and Mrs. Robinson, as they, too, help with the last-minute tasks of closing school. The “big wheels” of Andrew Lewis, Mr. Broadwater and the assistant princi¬ pal, Mr. Alexander, discuss one of the many problems which arise as they are completing records and winding up the school year. This year the Rotary Club’s Sports¬ manship Award went to Eddie Talley. Mr. F rank Mosley presents the trophy of achievement to Eddie as Mr. C. H. Lewis and Coach Johnston look on. This year our Future Homemakers were honored when one of our local television stations asked some of their representatives to appear in a fashion show. M rs. Bradley is loved by every student. She always has a friendly smile and a cheerful word for all as she goes about her work as manager of the cafeteria. She succeeds in providing good and wholesome lunches for the hungry throngs that file into the cafeteria every day. Russell Smiley, 6 ' 4 " , center on the Varsity basketball team, was high scorer with 210 points this year. Patricia Johnston represented Virginia at the National 4-H Club breakfast in Washington, D. C. She was District Winner in Better Methods Contest, local winner in Public Speaking Contest and State Winner in Frozen Foods Contest. Annette Garst was our representative to the Snow Queen Court in the Roanoke Merchants Christmas parade. She was chosen as Naval Reserve Queen. ANNETTE GARST— May Queen BETTY McCORMACK— Maid of Honor May ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ilB ' k w -e j w l IS i jj JmI ;| ' vAu First Row, Left to Right: Martha Goodwin, Joan Farmer Second Row: Pat Johnston, Carole Stroupe, Jane Henson, Polly Smith, Georgia Crawford Third Row: Shirley Tuttle, Libby Foster, Betty Joe Harris, Patty Donaldson, Margie Rutrough v — . j — -vuj- v ty —{r-duj ;— 3 IA !_ ' • . jV-c ■ i iaA-Lau NTULy - - A . ,1 ia x_ i i 3 o ' —- » DR V-v. —I A-CLol JUUL. - L0JX-3S? ourt • Oola T YVvJLoUa L or C V - ,T 1 i 0- 1 Well, well, what have we here? Could it be that our parents are occupying these special seats reserved only for Andrew Lewis High School students ? “ Students ” of Mrs. Strickler’s homeroom make an effort to pay attention to teacher as they participate in the P. T. A.’s annual “Back to School Night” for parents. “Beat the drum, ring the bell.” All is chaos and confusion as Mrs. Peery’s youthful rhythm band strikes up a tune. All is part of the Annual P. T. A s “back to School Night.” Participants are parents of members of the Senior Choir. mB gfiwmfc t JKmRHm “H2O, H2SO4, Nitric Acid” . . . Miss Webb gives parents of students in her Chemistry Class a smattering of this great science. High chairs and laboratory desks bring back to these “students” recollections of their young high school days. The Salem Rotary Club entertains our football team with their annual banquet and presentation of the Sports¬ manship Award. This year it was proudly presented to Eddie Talley. w “ ; Mrs. Blake shows dubious parents that their children can sew, after all. Parents critically look over the garments which were labored over by their offspring and wonder how they could have done so well. The main aim of Back to School Night is to let the parents in on what their own boys and girls are doing in school. ' M fxjoua ruuoJJLx These are the presidents of our clubs. They work without complaining. Their hands hold the gavels That keep club order reigning. No matter what you like best Be it Farming, Sports, or Beta. You’ll find a club to suit your taste Either now or later. T ' n Mrs. Cone Assistant Sponsor June Leffel, Assistant Editor Annual Nancy Garst, Editor in Chief COPY WRITERS First Row, Left to Right: Rosemary Kinney, Claudine Sirry, Charlotte Yost, Peggy Wood, Joan Alls Second Row: Jean Wertz, Libby Foster, Jean Moore Shirley Martin, Class Editor; Bobby Neal, Sports Editor; Shirley Tuttle, Class Editor; Clara Crotts, Class Editor; Carol Gregson, Class Editor David Little, Photographer; Jan Hackman, Artist; Carole Stroupe, Artist; Dewey Clower, Photographer Mrs. Staff Fisher, Sponsor Charles Gwaltney, Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF First Row, Left to Right: Gene Hurt, Martha Goodwin, Pat Johnston, Advertising Manager; Raymond Kane, Norma Conner, Oceile Hall Second Row: Betty Jeanne Spruhan, Marie Mabes, Georgia Crawford, Mary Frances Plunkett, Willard Flora, Ronnie Stephenson, Pat Carper CIRCULATION STAFF Shirley Morgan, Georgenia Draper, Billy Brogan, Circulation Manager, Jack Good TYPISTS Frances Thompson, Adrienne Anderson, Head Typist; Almeda Sproles, Frances Headen, Pat Garner First Row, Left to Right: 0 . C. Simpson, Georgenia Draper, Jack Good, Joan Alls, Kenneth 0 Beirne Second Row: Georgia Crawford, Carole Stroupe, Kellogg Hunt, Dewey Clower Third Row: Jane Henson, Karen Johnston, Buddy Eakin Fourth Row: Nancy McManaway, Clara Lewis, Kenneth Norton, Butch Hurt The Student Council OFFICERS Jack Good. President Dewey Clower. Vice President Joan Alls. Secretary Kenneth O’Beirne. Treasurer The Student Cooperative Association is the only organization at Andrew Lewis which includes all the students. The representative body of the S. C. A. is the Student Council; its purpose is to form a connecting link between the students and faculty so that each one may reach the other through this organization. The Council consists of five seniors, four juniors, three sophomores, two freshmen, and two from the eighth grade, all of whom are elected by the popular vote of their respective classes. The officers are elected by the members of the Student Council. This year we worked on a point system and instituted a successful monitor system. | -d ns b- First Row, Left to Right: Don Anselmo, 0 . C. Simpson, Georgenia Draper, Joan Alls, Jack Good, Clayton Tinnell, Kenneth O ' Beirne, Bill Hurt Second Row: Georgia Crawford, Carole Stroupe, Rob Thompson, Kellogg Hunt, Dewey Clower, Florence Robey, Shirley Morgan, Libby Foster Third Row: Virginia Fisher, Karen Johnston, Patricia Deyerle, Shelby Lipps, Loretta Starkey, Franklin O ' Beirne, Dot Eller, Buddy Eakin . V Fourth Row: Galen Eller, Sue Weaver, Susan Hackman, Phyllis Batten, Sarah Wirt, Jim my Edwa rds , Bobby LaGarde, Jimmy Gore, Billy Myers, Buddy Poole, Joe Rice Fifth Row: Ted Thompson, Pat LaGrande, Nancy McManaway, Bobby Ewald, Glynn Greer, Byron Yost, Larry Clarke, Jerry Wood, Butch Hurt Class Council The Class Council is composed of the four officers of each of the five classes and the presidents of the home rooms of each of these classes. The purpose of the Class Council is to provide the connecting link between the Student Council and the home rooms. Through this group a spirit of under¬ standing between the faculty and students which leads to a happier and more harmonious school life for everyone is achieved. First Row, Left to Right: Dotty Paugh, Marie Harter, Dot Eller, Betty Lou Reynolds, Claudine Dillon, Betty Jo Harris, Sandra Lucas Second Row: Sue Ann Minnix, John Jones, Pete McGu e, John Hurt, Penn Whitescarver, Karen Johnston, Charles Charlton Third Row: Sammy Clemmons, Kay Waggoner, Wayne Morgan, John Renick, Anne Arthur, Loretta Kidd Fourth Row: Jimmy Edwards, Rowena Holliday, Dewey Gearhart, Melvin Harter, Jack Good Fifth Row: Franklin O ' Beirne, William Musselman, Paige Young, Bobby LaGarde, Walter Minter Andrew Lewis Band The football field is alive with sound Announcing that our band’s around. Their peppy music boosts the team And keeps each student on the beam. What sound is that, that through the halls, Is penetrating all the walls? That surely is the band we hear For concert time is drawing near! “Column right,” the leader shouts And every person thereabouts Can tell our band is on the ball Perfecting marches for the fall. Now that’s the history of our band So let’s give them a great big hand. They’ve practiced hard throughout the year; They all deserve a rousing cheer! 120 r I First Row, Left to Right: Janet Munsey, Charlotte Jewell, Mary Ruth Suiter, Priscilla Drake, Waynetta Weeks, Jack Painter, Mr. Christensen Second Row: Anita Kelly, Shelby Smith, Buddy Williams, Roy Stanford, Diana Thomason, Harriet Harris Third Row: Michael Stover, Watson Simmons, Bruce Owen, Kent Hurt, Wiley Pia, Donny Williams Fourth Row: Joe Moses, Nancee Bowling, Joan Caldwell, Nancy Campbell, Carol Bainter, Tommy Clemmons Fifth Row: Buddy Eakin, Joe Cabiness, Ronnie Gibson, Robert Rolley, Pete Arthur Andrew Lewis Band We, the boys and girls who made up the Andrew Lewis High School Band in 1952-1953, worked hard to make the school proud of us; and we feel that we have succeeded. We were a very necessary part of the football games; and, with our high-stepping majorettes strutting to the martial beat of our tunes, we helped to keep up that lively school spirit which is so much a part of Andrew Lewis. New uniforms and equipment were badly needed; and, as a result of this, a Band Booster Club was organized. Members sold Band Booster buttons to raise our quota of $5,000. We hope that the club will prove successful so that we shall be able to purchase our badly needed equipment. 121 } b . K Latin Club OFFICERS Bill Hurt. Pontifex Maximus Georgia Crawford. Aedile Kellogg Hunt. Patrician Consul Jane Henson. Plebeian Consul Patty Donaldson. Tribune Libby Foster. Censor Dewey Clower. Quaestor Sam Harvey. Praetor Pat Johnston. Provincial Governor “Veni, vidi, vici.” Each member of the Sodalitas Latina came, saw, and attempted to conquer the Latin language. The club aided the classes in the study of Latin with educational programs in the meetings. We, as a club, had many activities, including a picnic honoring the faculty, a caroling party for the community at Christmas, and the Easter Pageant presented on Palm Sunday with the assistance of the Music Department. We also sponsored the May Day Dance and this year presented a Christmas play for an assembly. Each member of the club had a part in all of the activities, which tied the club and classes closer together. There was opportunity for each of us to gain experience in drama and creativeness. History and knowledge of old Rome were learned from the programs which the students planned and presented. We feel that we were greatly benefited by our membership in the Sodalitas Latina. A 122 } PROVINCIALS Mary Anne Anderson, Donald Barker, Bette Blackwell, Pat Carper, Billie Conway, Patty Donald¬ son, Georgenia Draper, Joan Farmer, Annette Garst, Nancy Garst, Wesley Gillock, Martha Goodwin, Carol Gregson, Mary Harris, Betty Jo Harris, Melvin Harter, Jimmy Hensley, Bill Hurt, Patricia Johnston, June Leffel, Bobby Leonard, David Little, Ginny Miller, Barbara Morgan, Janet Munsey, Jay Musser, Frankie Norton, Kenneth O’Beirne, Norma Peters, Florence Robey, Claudine Sirry, Polly Smith, Eddie Talley, Shirley Tuttle, Buck Wood, Charlotte Yost. PATRICIANS Joan Alls, Adriene Anderson, Margaret Ballard, Elizabeth Barnett, Sammie Clemons, Dewey Clower, Carolyn Coleman, Georgia Crawford, Frances Crockett, Shirley Cruise, Iris Jo Cundiff, Buddy Eakin, Peggy Faries, Bobby Flinchum, Libby Foster, Glenda Fowler, Alex Gardner, Gene Gillock, Jack Good, Nayota Gusler, Martha Hall, Nancy Hubbard, Kellogg Hunt, Gene Hurt, Karen Johnston, Raymond Kane, Mary Cook Kolmer, Jackie Lilly, Nancy Lyon, Bertie Sue Martin, Shirley Martin, Betty McCormack, Sylvia Minnix, Betty Jean Monger, Shirley Morgan, Betty Neal, Frances Patton, Pat Peters, Mary Frances Plunkett, Elmira Poff, Patricia Rutledge, Shirley Simmons, Peggy Senter, Mary Jean Simpson, Carroll Sue Sink, Hazel Sirry, Dorothy Slough, Wayne Smith, Ann Smothers, Dawn Spangler, Betty Jeanne Spruhan, Peggy Jo Stone, Carole Stroupe, Shirley Thomas, Elaine Tyler, David Vaughan. PLEBEIANS Jack Atkinson, Carol Bainter, Lizzie Ballard, Tavie Ann Barnes, Mary Barr, Bernice Barton, Linda Biggs, Jimmy Butts, Martha Jo Carr, Nancy Caudill, Clay Chapman, Vicky Clark, Page Clarke, Lucy Clem, Tommie Clemons, Barbara Cooper, Elaine Craun, Connie Crosswhite, Clara Crotts, Nancy Donaldson, Deanna Doyle, Theda Draper, Dale Early, Dorothy Eller, Sallie Farmer, Cleta Ferguson, Joseph Ferguson, Marie Fralin, Frank Francisco, Lois Francisco, Marie Francisco, Creed Frazier, Mary Gallion, Shirley Garst, Wanda Garst, Dewey Gearhart, Lynn Goodwin, Susan Hackman, Marie Harter, Sam Harvey, Charles Bruce Henderson, Jane Henson, Kelly Hillenburg, Rowena Holliday, Pat Howard, Dolly Iddings, Cecil Jarrett, Charlotte Jewell, Lavonne Lancaster, Anne Lee, Clara Lewis, Shelby Lipps, Barbara Martin, Janice Martin, David Mattingly, Pete McGue, Linda Mont¬ gomery, Martha Anne Morris, Watson Mundy, Polly Old, Mike Overstreet, Ronald Overstreet, Jack Painter, Norma Lee Paxton, Virginia Poole, Johnny Renick, Fred Repass, Joe Rice, Linwood Shaffer, Loretta Starkey, Charles Switzer, Eunice Switzer, Douglas Vaughan, Wiley Via, Betty Lou Vinyard, Sue Weaver, Myra Wills, Penn Whitescarver, Fred Woodward. o • ■«7 ' K|(OLa a» Senior Y-Teens • . UOucDoUOkj O CJLo . OFFICERS ; ■ ; . •, ., Patty Donaldson. President Ocelia Hall. Vice President SL LK Georgenia Draper. Secretary Cecelia Zini . Treasurer - Nancy Garst. Program Chairman Cb y Mrs. Rose Little Mrs. Edna Mantz Sponsors “We, the younger generation, are striving to build a better world. Peace and unity, freedom and brotherhood, these we have set to be our goal” . . . and so the chorus of our Y-Teen hymn rises harmoniously. Each day, in all our activities, we strive to attain this goal. The “Recognition Service” began our year’s activities. In this solemn ceremony, we came to realize more fully our duties and obligations as Y-Teens. In our “Pre-Halloween Service” we combined fun with helpfulness when we gathered things for a needy family. Then came Christmas, and with the spirit of the season in our hearts, we gathered greens and, in an impressive service, hung them in the auditorium. The “Football-Basketball Banquet” was quite successful this year when we honored our football and basketball players. The “Sweetheart Dance” required much planning and work, but then it paid dividends of fun and gaiety. Just before Easter we had our “Holy Week Services,” at which time we had different student speakers each morning. This year has been an extremely busy, but successful and enjoyable one for the Senior Y-Teens. 4 124 } Members Mary Ann Anderson Patty Donaldson Pat Austin Georgenia Draper Wanda Auvil Josephine Lindsey Draper Margie Ballard Jackie Duke Gloria Barnett Evelyn Early Mary Barr Marcella Layvonne Eller Barbara Sue Beard Shirley Lee Eubank Linda Biggs Margaret Ann Faries Beverly Black Joan Farmer Bette Blackwell Mary Feld Shirley Blackwell Phyllis Ferris Susie Jane Blankenship Elnora Gay Fike Oakie Sue Blount Glenda Fowler Shirley Boley Pat Garner Nancy Boone Annette Garst Marie Boothe Nancy Garst Doris June Bowles Martha Goodwin Dorothy Broyles Helene Grubb Joan Catherine Bryan Phyllis Jean Grubb Mary Ann Buchanan Jan Hackman Betty Neil Bugg Martha Hall Shirley Gay Campbell Oceille Hall Pat Carper Shirley Hall Martha Jo Carr Sally Hankins Emily Carter Betty Joe Harris Vicky Clark Ann Hartman Lucy Bette Clem Virginia Hayes Norma Jean Conner Jane Henson Billie Conway Frances Headen Frances Crockett Fleeta Jane Higgs Doris Cundiff Eloise Horsley Iris Jo Cundiff Charlotte Houchins Patricia Deyerle Nancy Hubbard Betty Dodson Dolly Iddings Martha Jane Dodson Charlotte Anne Jewell Patricia Johnson Barbara Ronk Frankie Kemp Margie Rutrough Mary Cook Kolmer Mary J. Simpson Rader Lewis Carroll Sue Sink Peggy Lawrence Mickie Six Shelby Lipps Geneva Smith Patsey Ann Long Mary Smith Linda Lucas Polly Smith Nancy Lyon Catherine Smither Bertie Sue Martin Ann Smothers Barbara Martin Gayle Snider Shirley Martin Dawn Spangler Martha Matheny Almeda Sproles Betty McCormack Betty Jeanne Spruhan Geraldine McGhee Mary Lou St.Clair Gay McNeil Dorothy Stone Ginny Miller Peggy Jo Stone Anna Lee Mills Carole Stroupe Barbara Mills Barbara Sullivan Mary Lou Monger Lucille Swaine Carol Jean Moore Shirley Thomas Shirley Moses Margaret Tickenor Janet Munsey Sylvia Tinnell Betty Jean Odell Shirley Tuttle Gail Orr Nancy Waggoner Florine Painter Sandra Walker Frances Patton Delores Watson Norma Jean Peters Shirley Webb Montra Phlegar Barbara Wertz Elmira Poff Jean Wertz June Powers Dorothy Willis Frankie Reed Myra Wills Rachel Reese Shirley Wilson Elizabeth Richards Janet Young Sally Rife Cecelia Zini { 125 }2 First Row, Left to Right: Patricia Johnston, Jane Henson, Georgenia Draper, Margie Rutrough, Wanda Anvil, Mrs. Peery, Iris Jo Cundiff, Shirley Thomas, Betty Lou Pardue, Joan Alls, Carol Sue Sink, Pat Carper Second Row: Shirley Tuttle, Virginia Abbott, Annette Garst, Shirley Carter, Barbara Ronk, Jean Wertz-, Adrienne Anderson, Florence Robey, Charlotte Roch, Shirley Fitzgerald, Virginia Hayes Third Row: Jack Good, Hermis McGee, Joe Ferguson, David Garrett, Buddy Bakin, Carl Harris, Rob Thompson, Richard Epperly, Clayton Tinnell, Russell Smiley, Creed Frazier, Bobby Leonard, Jay Alusser, Louis Spradlin, David Hudgins, David Little , Douglas Vaughan, Mike Gallagher, Billy Kinzer Senior Choir Georgenia Draper Jay Musser. Annette Garst. . . Russell Smiley . . . OFFICERS .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer The Senior Choir has done a splendid job this year. Inspiring programs were presented to the school showing evidence of talent and effort on the part of the instructor and students. The beautiful Easter music brought to life again the story so familiar to all of us. The Christ¬ mas Assembly music and the caroling through the halls, a cherished tradition at Andrew Lewis, filled us with the joy of Christmas. Choir members attended an All Western District Choir, presented selections on the program, Young Roanoke Sings , made recordings, participated in club programs and ballad-singing literature classes, and gave exchange programs at various high schools. 4 126 First Row: Jessica Kittinger, Kathryn Davis, Doris McBride, Gaye Stanley, Janette Witt, Sarah Wirt, Clara Lewis, Frances Crockett, Accompanist; Karen Johnston, Libby Foster, Phyllis Ferris, Oceile Hall, Gene Hurt, Charlotte Yost, Delores Murphy Second Row: Gertrude Garrett, Charlotte Huffman, Mary Harris, Jane Furrow, Betty Lou Vineyard, Fleeta Higgs, Elaine Tyler, Margaret Hinchee, Patricia Aldridge, Shirley Simmons, Edwina Hurt, Mary Cook K olmer, Virginia Poole, Martha Martin, Rosemary Kinney, Norma Lee, Josephine Carman, Mrs. Peery, J)irector Junior Choir The Junior Choir has done much work this year, preparing itself for the great task of being the Senior Choir during the years to come. Each month the Junior Choir made recordings that were presented on the radio program, “ Young Roanoke Sings.” They participated, along with the Senior Choir, in the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies and assisted in the music for the Easter Pageant. New talents from the Junior Choir were introduced to the school in the several assemblies in which they participated this year. 4 127 } Student Christian Association Cecelia Zini. Suzanne Barnard... Jeanette Eggleston Sam Harvey. Jody Walker. OFFICERS . President . . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Social Chairman EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS Hugh Bainter. President Carolyn Crosswhite. Vice President Martha Anne Edwards. Secretary Barbara Jean Frye. Treasurer We of the Student Christian Association have as our motto “to keep others in your mind and Christ in your heart.” Our objectives are to develop an awareness of the needs of others, to make our good intentions become good deeds, to teach a spirit of reverence in religious services, and to develop stewardship through free will offerings. This year we divided into a Junior and Senior group because of the large number of members. However, the two groups joined together for the Christmas project, which was collecting warm clothing for needy Koreans. “It Is No Secret” and “My God and I” have been adopted as our special songs. We are trying to fulfill our purpose, placing Christ first in our lives and our hearts. K 4 128 Members SENIORS—Delora Argabright, Nancy Boone, Doris Bowles, Shirley Carter, Jeanette Eggleston, Shirley Fitzgerald, Wilma Gladden, Eleanor Honaker, Norma Johnson, Jean Moore, Betty Lou Pardue, Charlotte Roch, Mary Lou St.Clair, Helen Sarver, Coretta Sheppard, Mickie Six, Mary Spangler, Louis Spradlin, Pat Stuart, Janet Young, Ruby Young, Jo Ann Walker, Shirley Wilson, Janet Wright, Cecelia Zini, Betsy Underwood. JUNIORS—Wanda Auvil, Suzanne Barnard, Shirley Blackwell, Marie Boothe, Dorothy Broyles, Mary Ann Buchanan, Marie Conrad, Mary Jane Darnell, Betty Doyle, Carolyn Ferguson, Frances Headen, Margaret Herdner, Rosemary Kinney, Jessica Kittinger, Delores Murphy, Bobby Neal, Lucille Swain, Sylvia Tinnell, Delores Watson, Shirley Webb, Jean Wertz, Martha Wilbourne, Patsy Wilks, Dot Willis. SOPHOMORES—Gloria Barnett, Barbara Beard, Robbie Faries, Elnora Fike, Eleanor Fleshman, Charlotte Houchins, Delores Hubbard, Martha Johnson, Peggy Lawrence, Sadie Nunley, Mary Reed, Edna Sanders, Mac Sherrard. FRESHMAN—Jo Ann Aliff, Levenna Altizer, Anne Arthur, Carolyn Barnett, Phyllis Batten, Betty Bayne, Betty Billings, Mary Bishop, Sally Bohon, Barbara Boles, Patty Boone, Nancee Bowling, Mary Lou Brown, Nancy Bryant, Wilma Byrd, Joan Caldwell, Dorothy Carroll, Geraldine Conner, Shelby Jean Conner, Richard Cornett, Margaret Ann Crosswhite, Cornelia Custer, Phyllis Eley, Elizabeth Elliott, Shirley Ellis, Rawlings Gallagher, Joyce Garner, Wanda Gearhart, Dorsey Gillespie, Carolyn Griener, Shirley Gustier, Peggy Hall, Patricia Harris, June Hawkins, Betty Helms, Fay Hensley, Shirley Hibbitts, Doris Honaker, Betty Howard, Donna Howard, Mary Hubble, Regina Jobe, Joyce Jones, Iris Jordan, Joan Keesling, Virginia Kilby, Wayne King, Mary League, Aletta Loving, Carol Matthews, Kimmie McCurdy, Jo Ann McGhee, Judith Mills, Gayle Morris, Edith Mottley, Rosalie Mowles, Bertha Nalls, Sally Nicar, Shelby Palmer, Barbara Poff, Buddy Poole, Molly Ramsey, Peggy Reavis, Betty Lou Reynolds, Shelva Richardson, Edward St.Clair, Sarah Mae St.Clair, Virginia Scott, Nancy Shelton, Corinna Sheppard, Peggy Smiley, Barbara Smith, Lera Stalnaker, Sue Stanley, Betty Stone, Mary Ruth Suiter, Betty Switzer, Emory Tarpley, Barbara Turman, Ann Turner, Mildred Waldron, E)eane Wirt, Margie Wirt, Sarah Wirt, Janette Witt, Becky Woolwine. EIGHTH GRADE—Robert Allen, Hugh Bainter, Richard Boyd, Geraline Byer, Nancy Campbell, George Carrol, Margaret Carrol, Lloyd Case, Patricia Cecil, Carolyn Crosswhite, Betty Sue Dudding, Martha Ann Edwards, Billy Eldridge, Marlene Ellis, Bobby Ewald, Barbara Jean Frye, Billy Garret, Patty Ann Gibson, Harriette Harris, Betty Joyce Hartman, Hallie Meador, Betty Murphy, Ruby Reese, Jimmy Reynolds, Gaynor Rhodes, Lloyd Rucker, Joyce Roberts, Jack Curtis Saul, Jackie Simmons, Nina Simmons, Michael Stovers, Pete Watts, Phyllis Young. «S{ 129 First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Iiouchens, Helen Sarver, Betty Joe Guerra, Ann Simpkins, Jimmy Hensley , Lois Lee, Ray Lee Second Row: Norma Johnson, Eloise Horsely, Mary Jane Nunley, Joan Hancock Third Row: Robert Alls, Kenneth Argabright, Frank Umberger, Charles Gwaltney, Don Vandergrift, Jack Wimmer, Junior Dearing Distributive Education OFFICERS Ray Lee . President Charles Gwaltney . Treasurer Jimmy Hensley . Vice President Ann Simpkins . Parliamentarian Lois Lee . Secretary Helen Sarver . Promotion Manager Mr. Houchens . Sponsor The Distributive Education Club offers unlimited possibilities to students who are interested in retail selling. Every school day, members attend the D. E. class where they take retail training and learn about the many opportunities in the vocational field. The club meetings are held during this class period. Members hold jobs in commercial businesses in this community throug hout the year. The Club has been active in many social functions this year. At Christmas time we donated a basket to a needy family and had a Christmas party for the club members. In January we had an Employer-Employee Ban¬ quet at the Elks Club. The area convention was held in Roanoke. Charles Gwaltney won second place in the speech contest and our Club tied for first place in the Scrap Book Award. We selected Ray Lee as our delegate to the State Convention in Richmond which he attended with our sponsor Mr. Houchens. In the spring we sponsored an assembly for the school. Through the class work, the club activities, and our actual experience in retailing, we feel that we shall be prepared to take our place in our community after graduation. 4 130 } First Row, Left to Right: Bobby Leonard, Jessica Kittinger, “Oscar,” Alex Gardner, Bill Hurt Second Row: Rosemary Kinney, Joe Rice, Henry Frantz, Miss Watkins Third Row: Ashley Lilly, Roberta Faries, Clara Crotts Fourth Row: Pat Darden, Pete Arthur, Ronnie Overstreet, Deanna Doyle, Tavie Barnes Fifth Row: Sam Harvey, Libby Foster, Charlotte Roch, Florence Robey Sixth Row: Buck Wood, Kenneth O ' Beirne, Sammy Clemens, Raymond Kane, Joe Ferguson Seventh Row: John Cannaday, Nancy Lyons Eighth Row: Shirley Cruise, Peggy Senter, Marie Fralin, Pat Peters, Mac Sherrard Ninth Row: Larry Waggoner, Emory Tarpley, Bill Goodwin, Randolph Peters, David Vaughan Bi-Phy-Chem Club OFFICERS Bobby Leonard. President Alex Gardner Rosemary Kinney. President Elect Henry Frantz Jessica Kittinger. Secretary Miss Watkins. Treasurer . Reporter . Sponsor The Bi-Phy-Chem, in its three years of organization, has made a name for itself at Andrew Lewis. We offer means by which students, who desire future vocations in the field of science, may further their interests. Our Club is affiliated with the Virginia Junior Academy of Science and Science Clubs of America. Seniors with a special aptitude in science are given a chance to obtain scholarships through the annual National and State Science Talent Search. Field trips to local industries and other places of interest provide an opportunity to observe science in action. Outstanding guest speakers provide interesting programs at our bi¬ monthly meetings. This year at Halloween we sponsored a cider and doughnut booth at Municipal Field, along with the Beta Club, and won first prize for our efforts. The two clubs joined again at Christmas to sponsor the Yule Festival, which was a great success. We joined with other community organizations in helping to obtain honor pledges for the Red Cross Bloodmobile. Club members who completed projects took them to the annual Science Open House at V. P. I. and entered them in district competition. Delegates attended the State V. J. A. S. meeting at Lexington in May. We have- had a busy year filled with fun and valuable experience. First Row, Left to Right: Betty Lou Pardue, Typist; Ginny Miller, Girls’ Sports; Iris Jo Cundiff and Shirley Moses, Co- Editors; Eloise Ilorsely, Reporter; Joan Farmer, Head Feature Writer; Phyllis Grubb, Typist Second Row: Mac Sherrard, Faye Phlegar, Geneva Smith, Gay McNeill, Margaret Ann Crosswhite, Barbara Carroll, Kimmie McCurdy, Clara Lewis, Reporters Andrew Lewis News When we spied a pleasing face above an armful of papers going about the halls crying, “Any¬ one want to buy a paper?” we could be sure it was Friday morning and time again to buy a Times Register to catch up on all the Andrew Lewis News. Every week most of the students looked forward to reading the regular features, such as On the Ball, the editorial, and that column of all columns, Et Cetera. Every Monday afternoon The deadline must be met, So when Frida y rolls around, A paper we shall get. To gather gossip and the news And cover each event, To make the paper better still, This is the Staff’s intent. Iris Jo Cundiff, Shirley Moses, Co-Editors Joan Farmer, Head Feature Writer Library Club SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Gloria Thompson, Ella Wickham, Richard Cornett, Everett Graham, Betty Lou Pardue, Jo Ann Parrish, Joan Mowles, Sadie Nunley Second Row: Mrs. Newton, Shelvie Jean Cunningham, Linda Swain, Jackie Parkman, Ronnie Hash, Darlene Lee, Sallie Farmer, Hazel Daugherty, Marie Francisco, Norma Cooper, Gaye Stanley, Shirley Rierson OFFICERS Betty Lou Pardue Everett Graham. . Joan Mowles. Jo Ann Parrish . . . . President Vice President . Secretary ... . Treasurer EIGHTH GRADE LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Kay Henderson, Charles Young, Butch Hurt, John Hesmer, Barbara Cooper, Dorothy Bayes, Kitty Beeman, Patricia Poffi, Barbara Oyler Second Row: Carl Journell, Lillie Layton, Mrs. Newton, Joe Cabiness, Charlotte Obenchain, Sue Brown, Betty Chaffin, Mary Nell Willis, Margaret Saunders, Phyllis Young, Royce Koon, Rita Walters, Vernon Meadow, Leon Donahue, Deanne Thomason, Lottie Poage, Joan Hodge OFFICERS John Hesmer . President Kay Henderson . Vice President Barbara Cooper . Secretary Donald Hunt . Treasurer The Library Clubs exist because the members feel with Longfellow that “The love of learning, the sequestered nook and all the sweet serenity of books” can contribute much to the happiness and well-being of everyone. The Library tries to meet the many needs of the students, whether academic, recreational, or spiritual. Throughout the year students from all classes came to the library during free periods to use the dictionary and reference books for their classwork or to read the great novels and other fiction. Therefore, we the Eighth Grade and Senior Library Clubs had the aim of acquainting ourselves with the materials of the library, not only to enrich our own lives but also to give assistance to other students. Some of our members gave a regular number of hours weekly to working in the library. 133 } First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Waters, Sponsor; Jeanette Eggleston, Louis Spradlin, Mary Spangler, Bill Hurt, Georgia Crawford Second Row: Alex Gardner, Claudine Sirry, Edith Six, Dot Slough, Annette Garst, Peggy Wood, Gene Hurt, Dewey Glower Third Row: Billy Brogan, Hazel Sirry, Mary Sue Hopkins, Florence Robey, Charlotte Yost, Shirley Morgan, Charles Damewood Fourth Row: Marie Conrad, Mary Jane Darnell, Mary Frances Plunkett, Sylvia Minnix, Barbara Morgan Fifth Row: Kenneth O ' Beirne, Joan Alls, June Lejfel, Joyce Goode, Carol Gregson, Shirley Cruise, Lillie Bohon, Jack Good Sixth Row: Delora Argabright, Frankie Norton, Genevieve Craighead, Libby Foster, Mary Cook Kolmer, Frances Patton Seventh Row: Imogene Keyes, Iris Jo Cundiff, Adrienne Anderson, Betty Jean Monger Beta Club Louis Spradlin. Mary Spangler. Jeanette Eggleston Georgia Crawford. . Miss Miller. Mrs. Waters. OFFICERS . President . Vice President . Recording Secretary . Corresponding Secretary . Sponsor (not pictured) . Acting Sponsor “Ducamus aliis serviendo”—“Let us lead by serving others.” We, the Beta members, uphold our motto not only in school but in our everyday relations outside. We have been chosen to represent the Beta Club because of outstanding character, scholastic achievement, and leader¬ ship ability. We are proud to be known as Betas, and we encourage others to follow in our footsteps. The purpose of the Club is to stimulate effort, reward achievement, and to encourage and assist its members in con¬ tinuing our educations after high school. This year we have engaged in many activities. At Halloween we had a booth at Municipal Field to raise funds for the annual dance, which was held at Christmas time. In the spring we installed new members in a candlelight service at an assembly and sent delegates to the Beta Club convention, where they had a very enjoyable time and gained much valuable information to use in meetings and activities. 4 134 First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Strickler, Pat Johnston, Joan Alls, Iris Jo CundifJ, Jean Wertz, Charlotte Yost, Mrs. Smith Second Row: Jody Walker, Jack Good, Shirley Tuttle, Don Otey, Clayton Tinnell, Georgenia Draper, 0. C. Simpson First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Boone, Norma Lee, Shirley Tuttle, Georgenia Draper, Shirley Ferguson, Pat Johnston, Jody Walker, Wanda Audi, Dorothy Stone, Ella Wickham, Carol Gregson Second Row: Mr. Peters, Marie Philpott, Eleanor Ilonaker, Connie Mills, Vernell Taylor, Dolly Iddings, Frankie Norton, Charlotte Yost, Sylvia Tinned, Joan Ads, Nancy Garst, Mrs. Smith Third Row: Mrs. Strickler, Alex Gardner, Everette Ellers, Charles Gwalt- ney, H. L. Stanley, Iris Cundiff, Connie Duffy, Adrienne Anderson, Robbie Fades, Jean Wertz, 0. C. Simpson, David Little Fourth Row: Kellogg Hunt, Jack Good, Wayne Smith, Raymond Kane, Paige Gentry, Clayton Tinned, J. P. Philpott, Watson Mundy, Jerry Frank, John Gardner, Don Otey, Everette Graham, Wiley Via, Penn Whitescarver NAIJJJNAL jCO t Forensics A passer-by on Senior hall Enjoying himself, not worrying at all, Was suddenly startled—’twould have startled you— By a shriek coming forth from one-o-two. ’Twas JODY WALKER rehearsing a play Which scared the students on All Saints’ Day. Later, she and others joined the N. F. L. And in its honored ranks did dwell. Mrs. Smith, from this group, debaters sent forth, Some west and east, others south and north. Both JACK and PENN their best did try To win a trophy for Salem High. On a cold, bleak night public speakers did shake While judges tried hard a decision to make At the contest sponsored by the American Legion To determine two speakers, the best in the region. Exam day dawned so bright and clear And one by one, without a fear, Before the stand each took his place And brightly smiled from face to face. MUNDY and PAIGE tried hard to unloose The mystery surrounding the “One Legged Goose,” While JOAN ALLS helped a small child see That “George” chopped down the cherry tree. One member of the class, PHILPOTT by name, “My mama spanked me,” did exclaim; While ADRIENNE did well portray the part. Of a girl to her wedding about to start. One Miss began with a happy sigh “That sis was there, and so wuz I.” While TUTTLE, laughs did well ensure, When she started speaking on “The Rest Cure!” Mrs. Strickler said to enunciate Each word distinctly, not to hesitate; And all were trained, each man and miss, Not to start by saying, “It said” or “This.” Now looking back on the year just past, And regretting that this day is the last, This class may someway pass to you The fun and knowledge from one-o-two! ! c( is; .I te First Row, Left to Right: Charles Charlton, Calvin Rohrbaugh, Bobby Neal, Paul Henson Second Row: Eddie Ellers, Bobby Murphy, Melvin Harter, Mr. Paul Coffman Third Row: Jay Musser, Charles Gwaltney, Ronnie Hall Ty.. f ff. Charles Charlton Calvin Rohrbaugh Bobby Neal. Paul Henson. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer The Hi-Y Club is the younger brother of the Y. M. C. A. Throughout our homes, our school, and our community our purpose as Hi-Y members is to try to create, maintain and extend high standards of Christian character. Our Club is open to any boy regardless of his color or beliefs, and no member can be dismissed unless he attempts to destroy the religious principles of the Y. M. C. A. The Hi-Y is classed as a service club; therefore, our social functions are limited. Our Andrew Lewis Chapter belongs to the Southern Conference; and, as members of this conference, we are entitled to send representatives to all of its functions such as the Blue Ridge Convention and the Model General Assembly. This year our Club was composed of twelve active members and was sponsored by Mr. Paul Coffman. { 13G } First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Putnam, Marie Harter, Rowena Holliday, Nancy Donaldson, Phyllis Batten, Carol Mat¬ thews, Carolyn Greiner, Theda Draper, Betty Lou Vinyard. Miss Maxwell Second Row: Margaret Franklin, Sue Ann Brown, Judy Dean Saul, Norma Jean Saul, Carol Ann Hudson, Ella Jean Wright, Eleanor Spangler, Rockla Thompson, Nancy Wood, Alary Linda League, Gayle Morris, Rosalie Alowles, Sally Nicar, Susan Hackman, Connie Garbett, Betty Bayne Third Row: Dorsey Gillespie, Doris Honaker, Donna Howard, Barbara Cooper, Nancy Shelton, Clara Lewis, Pat Crowder, Molly Ramsey, Cynthia Butts, Peggy Smiley, Shelby Palmer, Lizzie Ballard, Jo Anne McGhee, Linda Montgomery, Shirley Ellis Fourth Row: Mary Jo Nolen, Judy Arrington, Barbara Taylor, Montrann Beard, Wanda Garst, Joanne Collins, Carol Bowden, Drema Mills, Page Clarke, Barbara Carroll, Jo Ann Aliff, Faye Hensley, Margie Williams, Faye McCray, Peggy Haynes, Barbara Boles Fifth Row: Betty Mattern, Patricia Poff, Ruth Hujf, Lindsay Sheahan, Pauline Witt, Lola Pass, Nancy Moran, Cecelia Price, Julia Thomas, Nancy McManaway, Virginia Lester, Sally Miller, Pat Harris, Doris McBride, Betty Lancaster, Shirley Hibbitts Sixth Row: Helen Bowden, Judy Butler, Martha Russo, Norma Ann Rautt, Cynthia Haislip, Lynn Wygal, Yvonne Hailey, Patricia DeHart, Lucy Russell, Jerry Reavis, Meta Simpson, Priscilla Duke, Barbara Justice, Ereda Garman, Kitty Beeman, Dorothy Bayse Seventh Row: Betty Chaffin, Linda Lee, Hayward Lawson, Barbara Gordon, Christine Graham, Sue Hairston, Deane Ballard, Betty Ashley, Carol Boley, Joyce Hawkins, Norma Jamison, Diana Thomason, Kate Kegley Junior Y-Teens OFFICERS Marie Harter . President Phyllis Batten . Vice President Betty Lou Vinyard . Secretary Theda Draper . Treasurer Mrs. Putnam . Sponsors Miss Maxwell The Junior Y-Teens is made up of approximately one hundred girls from the eighth and ninth grades devoted to the task of promoting better personal and social living. In this endeavor we seek to lead a better Christian life and share in the knowledge and love of God. Our activities for this year included a tea and coke party given in October for the purpose of becoming better acquainted. We had a very inspiring recognition service in October, also. Our Christmas project consisted of donating food to fill a basket for a needy family. Money was taken from the treasury to buy toys and clothes for the children of this family. A Hi-Y—Y- Teen Banquet was held in January at the Y. W. C. A., and several delegates from Andrew Lewis attended. Spring brought on the annual potato chip sale and a Mother-Daughter Banquet; delegates were sent to attend the Y-Teen Convention. We closed a very successful and active year with our annual picnic. 137 } First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Hackman, Jody Walker, Clayton Tinnell, Jack Good, Carolyn Coleman, Karen Johnston, Elaine Craun Second Row: Jackie Lilly, Barbara Blosser, Margie Wirt, Becky Woolwine, Mildred Waldron, Mary Ruth Suiter, Patty Boone, Virginia Matheny, Martha Hash, Eloise Lilly, Sue Minnix, Jane Bell, Betty Reynolds, Kay Henderson Third Row: Morris Hancock, Wayne King, Judy Butler, Geraldine Byer, Marjorie Alls, Louis Gross, Linda Lee, Rita Walter, Nancy Sue Peery, Joan Overton, Virginia Poole Fourth Row: Ted Thompson, Barbara Ruble, Margaret Saunders, Peggy Addington, Dorothy Akers, Louise Thompson, Barbara Spangler, Roberta Kirk, Pat LaGrande, Dean Phoenix, Peggy Paulus Fifth Row: Walter Ferguson, Donny Williams, Richard Swedburg, Carl Journell, Charles Mountcastle, Eddie Myers, Duke Perry, Teddy Garman, Betty Helms, Nancy Richardson, Joyce Jones Sixth Row: Sonny Baird, Howard Fitzgerald, Wayne Garst, Glen Greer, Warren Hankins, Buddy Williams, Nicky Goodman, Walter Minter, Katherine Davis, Margaret Delp Seventh Row: Ronnie Frier, Wayne Jones, Denny Fink, Wallace Ferguson, Kyle Ferguson, Danny Wertz, Edward Jewell, Alvah Arthur, Buddy Futrell, Emory Bogle 4-H Club OFFICERS Clayton Tinnell. Carolyn Coleman Jody Walker Karen Johnston. . Elaine Craun Jack Good. Mrs. Hackman . . . .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . Reporter . . Song Leader . Sponsor The Andrew Lewis Chapter of the 4-H Club is a part of the world’s largest rural youth organization, having two million club members in the United States. This year each of us had a project pertaining either to agriculture or home economics. For help with these projects, we consulted our County Agent and Home Demonstration Agent. Our community projects for this year were to improve the court and keep the Guidance Office neat. We also sponsored a hop and an assembly. We are proud that our Club received a State award in Rural Arts and Recreation, and are working to fulfill our motto, “To Make the Best Better.” { 138 } First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Lilly, Norris Journell, Randall Bare, Leon Tingler, Odell Minnix, Mr. Schwartz Second Row: Hugh Garst, Gerald Custer, Jimmy Lyons, Warren Brown, Bobby Goode, Ronnie Graham, William Webster Third Row: Ronnie McNeil , Richa rd Epperley, Jack Hale, Randolph Weaver, Buddy Bishop, Robert Ellis, J. W. Chapman Fourth Row: David Whitmire, Jimmy Fleshman, Carl Harris, Donald Bowles, Robert Alls Industrial Arts Club .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer OFFICERS Odell Minnix. Leon Tingler. Randall Bare. Norris Journell. The main objective of the Industrial Arts Club is to develop the members’ interest in industry. Our activities for the year included a most successful initiation banquet, a trip to a college featuring Industrial Arts training, and visits to local industries. We found the club not only enjoyable, but very profitable for our individual occupations in the future. f 139 } First Row, Left to Right: Har old Spraker, Douglas Huffman, Jack Shelor, Wayne Morgan, Russell Snyder, John Wilks, Jimmy Carman, Ray Thomas , Bobby Puckett, Pat Dotson Second Row: R. E. Kinzie, George Hill, Fred Martin, Don Otey, William Bowman, John Jones, Joe Wells, Sherman Carman, Eddie Ellers, Charles Damewood, Orville Martin, Ned Martin, J. E. Peters Third Row: Galen Eller, Jimmy Clark, Bobby Farrow, George Poff, Donald Oakes, Hal Briggs, Harlan Grubb, Richard Swed- burg, Donny Williams, Walter Jamison, Arnold Manning, Howard LaPrade, John Hurt, William Largen Fourth Row: Carter Clifton, Edgar Kilby, Wesley Wilson, Robert Alls, Ralph Gearheart, Billy Pugh, Danny Edwards, Clyde Blosser, Carl Gregson, Paul Howell, Jimmy Wright, Sonny Smith, Vernon Lee, George Moran Fifth Row: Paul McDaniel, Leonard Hughes, Jimmy Baine, Leon Martin, John Gibson, 0. C. Simpson, Jr., Paul Wade, Warren Brown, Robert Mills, Stewart Franklin, Maurice Myers, Jack Dulaney, Bobby Pugh Future Farmers of America OFFICERS Don Otey. Orville Martin. Charles Damewood. Ned Martin. Fred Martin. George Hill. Mr. R. E. Kinzie ) Mr. J. E. Peters j .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . Reporter . Sentinel . A dvisers We are especially proud of the Andrew Lewis Chapter of the F. F. A. this year. Many of our members, as well as our sponsor, have received high honors. Our Chapter also won a Gold Emblem, which is the highest honor in the State F. F. A. Organization. The purpose of the Club is to practice brotherhood, honor rural opportunities and responsibilities, and develop those qualities of leadership which a future farmer should possess. The F. F. A. is a club dedicated to the advancement of agriculture. This Club is a nationwide organization, and each of us considers it a privilege to be a member. Our motto, “Learning to do—doing to learn—earning to live—living to serve,” is the goal that we have set for ourselves. 140 } First Row, Left to Right: Edith Amos, Marie Mahes, Joyce Robertson , Genevieve Craighead, Betty Dodson , Rebecca Manning , Lillie Bohon, Shirley Beck , Gayle Snider Second Row: Mrs. Blake, Mabel Butler, Anna Martin, Barbara Henderson, Peggy Greenway, Montra Phlegar, June Powers, Mary Feld, Edith Six, Shirley Eubank, Chelsea Gillespie, Edna Saunders, Carolin Brammer Third Row: Mrs. Ames, Helen Dalton, Audrey Greer, Shelby Harless, Dora Fralin, Shelby Martin, Barbara Wertz, Doris Cundiff, P at Deyerle, Ninevah Turman, Betsy Hallman, Doris Mae Hall, Dorothy Boone, Libby ILenritze, Betty Lou Poff Fourth Row: Sally Hankins, Joyce Thomas, Rita Carman, Betty Carroll, Velma Wheeler, Clara Barton, Nancy Lemon, Jane Dodson, Faye Phlegar, Martha Matheny, Betty O ' Dell, Darline Lee, Edna Harris, Carrie Hall Future Homemakers of America OFFICERS Genevieve Craighead. President Rebecca Manning. Vice President Betty Dodson. Secretary Shirley Garst. Treasurer Joyce Robertson. Recorder Marie Mabes ) . Reporters Faye Phlegar We, the Future Homemakers of America, have been working hard to learn the art of homemaking. We have studied many arts including cooking, sewing, and decorating. The Club promoted many worth-while community projects during the year. One of our highlights was the annual fashion show presented in a spring assembly. Members made many improvements in the Home Economics Department by painting and sewing. Future Homemakers were always on hand to repair rips and tears. We are proud to be members of a national organization with so many outstanding advantages and opportunities. [ 141 } First Row, Left to Right: Chelsea Gillespie, Mary Gallion, Georgia Crazvford, Shirley Tuttle, Virginia Miller, Marie Philpott, Christine Kessler, Sylvia Tinnell, Mary Jean Simpson Second Row: Barbara Turman, Coriene Walters, Clara Lewis, Betty Lou 1 inyard, Lizzie Ballard, Molly Ramsey, Charlotte Roach, Florence Robey, Dorothy Robinson, Elmira Pojf Third Row: Fay Hensley, Susan Hackman, Deanna Doyle, Barbara Oyler, Dean Phoenix, Jane Ellen Bell, Diane Ballard, Sue Hairston, Amy Cramer Fourth Row: Freda Garman, Barbara Gordon, Carol Sue Poff, Radar Lewis, Connie Mills, Doris Honaker, Margaret Cross¬ white, Jean Moore Fifth Row: Mrs. Patsel and Miss Martin Sports Club OFFICERS .... President Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer . Sponsors Fall, winter, and spring, the Sports Club was busy working and having fun. We started the year with zest and helped give a wonderful Home-Coming Hop, highlighted with the crowning of the Home-Coming Queen and the presentation of her court. Virginia Miller. . . Georgia Crawford Marie Philpott. . . Shirley Tuttle. . . Miss Martin 1 Mrs. Patsel The Christmas Party, featuring Santa Claus, brought enjoyment to a group of youngsters from Academy Street School. Santa Claus distributed gifts to the children and their happiness helped the girls usher in the real Christmas spirit. The Club sponsored a basketball sports day and a playday which brought many girls to Andrew Lewis for a day of fun, excitement, and activity. The Club sponsors all intramural activities, and a color cup is given to the team having won the most points during the school year. The girls may earn letters for achievement in various individual and group sports. The aim of the Sports Club is to promote interest in sports and good sportsmanship. We girls feel that we have achieved this aim during the past year and hope that in the coming year this program of sports will increase. { 142 First Row, Left to Right: Eddie Talley, Kellogg Hunt, Everette Ellers, Jimmy Candler Second Row: Walter Dearing, Ronnie Johnson, Don Anselmo, Brenton Mongan, Luther Garrett, Roy Wirt, Jim Bean, Jimmy Bayne, Kenneth O ' Beirne Third Row: Buddy Eakin, Henry Frantz, Pete Arthur, Johnny Mastin, Jerry Frank, John Gardner, Russell Smiley, Wesley Gillock, Eddie Ferguson, Paul Hatcher Fourth Row: John Holliday, Harry Simpson, H. L. Stanley, Alonza Philpott, Calvin Rohrbaugh, Dewey Clower, Sonny Williams, Rob Thompson, Beverly Roberts, Mr. Johnson Monogram Club OFFICERS Jimmy Candler. President Eddie Talley. Vice President Kellogg Hunt. Secretary Everette Ellers. Treasurer To become a member of the Monogram Club, a boy must earn it. This means he must spend long, hard hours of practice and training, sacrifice many other activities and concentrate on earning his letter. The Monogram Club has been a very active club this year. In the fall they co-sponsored the Home-Coming Hop and at Christmas they filled baskets for needy families. Then came the Mono¬ gram Initiation, which the whole school, excepting the new members, looked forward to every year. Our Club has always emphasized good sportsmanship and clean playing. The members realize the honor of earning their membership and strive to uphold these Monogram Club principles. 143 Seated, Left to Right: Frank Francisco, John LaPrade Standing: Leon Tingler, Lynn Goodwin, Clayton Tinned, Jr., David Hudgins, Maurice Hancock, Mr. Harless, Jerry Pittman Audio-Visual Department OFFICERS Clayton Tinnell, Jr. Mr. Harless. Service Manager . Sponsor The Audio-Visual Department is made up of boys who are selected for their mechanical ability, interest, and personality. Members are trained to use the movie projector, the tape recorder, and the public address system. These boys spend their study hours using their training in order that students may enjoy the benefit of special movies and recordings. They render a valuable service to the school through their efforts. •£{ 141 }£• Advertisements Way back here where all people look Are the ads of the folks who helped pay for this book. It was their money, along with a little more, That made the Pioneer better than ever before. We wish to thank them one and all For their many ads, both large and small. They’ve been so helpful and so kind; When you’re shopping, keep them in mind. A. I. M. Company.187 Acme Printers, Inc.176 Acme Typewriter Company.179 Adams Tate Construction Co.173 A Friend.170 A Friend.170 A Friend.171 A Friend.175 A Friend.181 Airheart-Kirk.175 Albert Brothers Construction Co.173 American Bakeries.000 Amo’s Restaurant.171 Andrew Lewis Tavern.170 Archie’s.176 Baker Employment Agency.187 Barnett’s Taxi.175 Beach Brothers Gulf Service.185 Bemiss Equipment Corp.181 Big 4 Barber Shop.187 Blankenship and Davis.187 Blue Jay Restaurant.187 Blue Ridge Gardens.187 Boswell Realty Co., Inc.181 Boxley, W. W., Co.169 Bradford Company.187 Brotherhood Mercantile Company.179 Brown Hardware Company.177 Brown, Roy K.186 Burlington Mills.159 Bush-Flora Shoe Company.186 Cain’s Confectionery.186 Cain’s Store.186 Caldwell-Sites Company.178 Carole’s.181 Carper’s Gift Shop.186 Carter Jones Dry Cleaning.157 Cassell-Hodges Company.187 Cates, C. 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H.162 Henebry’s.156 Hitch, George T., Jewelers.178 Hoback, John H., Salem Creamery.147 Hofheimer’s.182 Horne’s.188 Hotel Association of Roanoke.168 Howard Johnson’s.182 Jackie’s Place.188 Jackson, Wiley N., Company.182 Jeffreys, George A., Company.160 Jobe, Florist.165 Joe’s Restaurant.188 Kane Furniture.179 Kasey Buick, Inc.178 Katz Food Co.187 Kay’s Ice Cream.184 Kennard-Pace Co., Inc.188 Kiddie Korner.188 Kingoff’s Jewelers.180 Kirk’s, Inc.187 Kress, S. H., Co.186 Lawrence Grocery.187 Lawson Oil Co.182 Layman Candy Co.175 Lazarus, Inc.188 Leggett’s.1 77 Littrell’s Barber Shop.180 Logan’s Dry Goods.187 Logan’s Barn.189 Lunsford, Chas., Sons Izard.174 Mabes, H. B., Son.189 Magic City Mortgage Co.185 Malcolm-Seay, Inc.182 Mareta’s.187 Maxey Cleaners.167 McDaniel Roofing Sheet Metal Works. 187 McManaway, H. 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Corp.183 Riverland Service Station.189 Roanoke College.164 Roanoke Photo Finishing Co.183 Roanoke Record Shop.186 Roanoke Typewriter Co.183 Ross-Bailey.161 Rowe Furniture Corp.153 Salem Brick Co.177 Salem Farm Supply.185 Salem Furniture Co.158 Salem Hardware Co.155 Salem Insurance Agency.183 Sam’s.186 Scottie’s Restaurant.183 Sears, Roebuck Co.157 Securities Insurance Corp.172 Shank Furniture Co.185 Shelor’s Service Station.185 Shelton’s Garage.185 Shenandoah Life Insurance Co.158 Shuffiebarger Motors, Inc..174 Sidney’s.180 Skate-a-Drome.189 Skyline Cleaners.190 Skyline Lumber Co., Inc.184 Smead Webber.168 Snack Shop.189 Snead Lumber Co.180 Southern Varnish Corp.179 Spigel, Joseph.178 Staley’s Restaurant.189 Stone Printing Manufacturing Co.191 Tarpley’s Jewelry.180 Times-World Corp.159 Tiny Grill.189 Tom’s Toasted Peanut Distributor.190 Triangle Service Station.176 Trout, G. 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S., Realty.184 Zand’s Department Store.178 147 } Urtfu, Lf(Hu 0$ jid tnrtiotj- A ubiM dfrtj 4oHv ou Qtf syull •sastr t fXi tAiMtdJ talker Machine sTLUjl) On«J±Lv UtMsrdJI rJ, M tf C 4L W ' t yZi wwAwcp - GREY IRON ‘X ilW AND NON-FERROUS CASTINGS MACHINE WORK Jj —? ib f)Hjc(b} (jJ-t[iL- ' ? ' t - ' 4 ' Dial 5556 W dL ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 4 148 4 - 7 ° 7 ° —Yv0° e 0 ° v W x e 9 e- - „e S ' X .,, s° v v o 9 e -o " « e c o " - ° -rC 0 0% ' ” 0 s — siC 3, , o 0V . • ,v 3 3 . oV° " e v rtV oO ' - " O ' " S_ JO N e •{ 149 • • • Coca-Cola is so refreshing ROANOKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, Inc. THE YALE TOWNE MANUFACTURING COMPANY YALE LOCK AND HARDWARE DIVISION SALEM PLANT SALEM, VIRGINIA 4 151 fa - 2 ZC- ' - t a Cy -ev -zT- ieJ interesting work ...and you can get it! Telephone work is interesting — and you don’t need experi¬ ence to get a good job after graduation! That’s one reason why so many girls head for the tele¬ phone company when they finish school. They know they’ll earn good money from the start, even while they’re trained, and get raises regularly. Your high school counselor can tell you more about the many different telephone jobs — or come in and see us when you finish school! The Chesapeake Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia 4 . 153 } ( • ±a p £j Ci- ' ' C " 7 7 i ■ •-v ' — — y y ) ula sKs -g yx l) M trf -tJ s - ' . 2 L± yyt - MUNDY MOTOR LINES t J iuz. 7 TTl. 3 ' J-V-7 £L l7 OiT of S$A L Lc U - Y BRANCH OFFICES AND TERMINALS lu 9- ' BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 813 North Point Road NEW YORK, NEW YORK AND JERSEY ilTY, NEW JERSEY 90 Fisk Street „ ADELPJJLA, PENNSYLVANIA 0 . mtsL Jk J vaaerA BRISTOL, VIRGINIA-TENNESSEE 229 Piedmont Avenue CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 900 East Kingston o MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA 310 West Church Street reet h-W- O ’ Z o Cf HOME OFFICE ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 701 Seventh Street, N. E. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE - £zx.. V - - CLASS OF 1953 ❖ SALEM HARDWARE COMPANY AS Orl . A A ) AT it A A f " " t £l A DIAMONDS — WATCHES — SILVER 209 . £ S ™ ££ L JEWELERS ROANOKE SALEM Manufacturers of Andrew Lewis High School Rings c. " Since 1921” GRADY CATES, Inc. Distributor METAL BUILDING PRODUCTS AND SPECIALTIES Phone 3-2473 Building Materials 20th Street and Chapman Avenue, S. W. Roanoke, Virginia P. O. Box 2489 { 156 } CONGRATULATIONS to the Graduating Class of 1953 Sears, Roebuck and Company 12-19 E. Church ROANOKE, VIRGINIA COMPLIMENTS OF CARTER JONES Dry Cleaning and Dyeing, Inc. « 2 = °c=i:» 502 11th St., N. W. Roanoke, Virginia ■4 157 } SALEM FURNITURE COMPANY COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS NORGE APPLIANCES Zenith Radio and TV 113 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia Consider Your Home First 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 WSLS TV CHANNEL 10 N.B.C. Home Office Agency, Ground Floor, Liberty Trust Building _ Hf 7 Burlington “Woven into Afc L c of America SALEM HOSIERY MILL PAGES OF INTEREST TO ALL THE FAMILY • World-Wide, National, State and Local News • Menus, Recipes, Dress Patterns for Women • Sports News of Interest to Men • Editorials, Comic Strips, Features for All THE ROANOKE TIMES (Morning and Sunday) ®1jp Snattake OTorlii-Nplua (Evening) { 159 }• Salem, Virginia Compliments of PURITAN MILLS, INC. Manufacturers of FLANNELETTE NIGHTWEAR 330-36 West Campbell Avenue Roanoke 6, Virginia IMPROVE YOUR DANCING IT’S FUN! 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 -€{ 161 fa -V fj) actev ' jt . ' a£ Ci- ' A cJ O 2 C -C ' yf 7 ' i r ' c£. J- CAjb JXO f-OLAJuJ “ CcL -» (fB . Q Tr A. dA-Z ’ Aajl, ' JLJUunr J { 162 } 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 Virginias Leading Hospitalization, Accident and Surgical Insurance Company 5 2- kas G - ,p Iqac siu A dL uSuo-- J.ttazSL ' a. 5 jcL c +y(jL , tbsT US)i l i 9S C _J J ] ll VALLEYDALE PACKERS, Inc. SALEM, VIRGINIA { 163 } Roanoke College [Ov saljem, Virginia For Over 100 Years Superior College of Liberal Arts and Sciences H. Sherman Oberly, President M.A., Ph.D., Litt.D. Charles J. 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One of Virginia ' s Great Stores Roanoke, Virginia 4 167 } O ' 3 A A) i A V Compliments of SMEAD WEBBER and W. B. DILLARD YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Since 1843 SALEM, VIRGINIA 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 200 Rooms All public space and Conveniently located to 75 bedrooms • , , AIR roMDiTTOMPn business and shopping center William E. Stubbs, Jr. Garland W. Miller Manager Manager WEBBER ' S PHARMACY prescriptions Purity and Accuracy C. E. Webber, Pharmacist Pauline G. Webber Jean W. Payne G. F. Martens Martha G. Gleason Ervin P. 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Main St. Salem Phone 4886 Ha irston Cinder Block Company Veterans Facility Road Roanoke, Virginia Dial 2-0416 " Building Blocks for all Purposes” NORTH 11 DRIVE-IN TEEN-AGE MOVIES our Specialty 171 } Francis R. Porter, President Reginald M. Wood, Vice President PEACOCK-SALEM Securities Insurance r—l Corporation LAUNDERERS 12 Kirk Avenue, W. AND CLEANERS Phone 2-3115 Roanoke, Virginia First and Alabama Streets ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE Salem, Virginia Fuel Oil Equipment INTERIORS Co., Inc. The Heating Oil for All Purposes Virginia Galleries Dial 8866 CHARLES W. FARRELLY Roanoke, Virginia 1402 Grandin Road Roanoke, Va. ALBERT BROS. VIRGINIA SOUTHERN CONTRACTORS, INC. COLLEGE 1102 Tennessee Street Salem, Virginia Departments: Kennett School of Commerce Accounting and Business Administration HIGHWAYS RAILROADS School of Secretarial Training HEAVY CONSTRUCTION School of Salesmanship Speedwriting Institute Dial Request Catalog L-258 Campbell Avenue at Third Street, S. W. Day, 4741 — Night, 4-2313 Roanoke, Virginia Southivest Virginia’s Compliments Largest Sporting Goods Store ADAMS AND TATE NELSON HARDWARE CO. CONSTRUCTION CO. Sporting Goods Department ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS 4 ASPHALT SURFACING Distributors of All Types of Athletic Equipment Telephone 3-2409 4 Roanoke, Virginia 19 E. Campbell Avenue Roanoke, Virginia 4 173 } Telephone 3-1778 P.O.Box 2571 Chas. Lunsford Sons Izard General Insurance 4 1010 Colonial-American Bank Bldg. Roanoke, Virginia Chas. P. Lunsford James J. Izard Telephone 2-0340 P. O. Box 742 Weddle Plumbing and Hearing Mechanical Contractors STOKERS - OIL BURNERS GAS EQUIPMENT 1129 Shenandoah Ave., N. W. Roanoke, Virginia CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1953 MICHAEL ' S BAKERY Roanoke, Virginia SHUFFLEBARGER MOTORS, Inc. DODGE and PLYMOUTH CARS DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS Sales — Service 3 West Main Street Telephone 3831 SALEM, VIRGINIA { 174 } MEN’S WEAR 107 W. Campbell Ave., Roanoke, Va. Compliments of A FRIEND Congratulations and Best Wishes to the CLASS OF ' 53 colonial theatre Staff and Management BARNETTS TAXI 2-Way Radio Serving Salem for over 14 Years Dial 2444 312 E. Main St. Salem, Va. Flora Realty Company, Inc. — Realtors ===== Real Estate — Loans — Insurance 118 W. Kirk Ave. Dial 8887 4 175 LAYMAN CANDY CO. Candies - Tobacco - Specialties DISTRIBUTOR Royal Crest Chocolates Salem, Virginia Phone Roanoke-3-4471 Roanoke, Virginia Triangle Service Station ACME PRINTERS College Avenue and Boulevard Incorporated Printing Engraving 13-15 North College Ave. G. W. Robinson Sinclair Gas and Oil Dial 2231 Washing and Greasing Salem, Virginia Since 1889 Sea Food Steaks Chicken “Over Sixty Years of Progress” Archie ' s, Inc. WEARING APPAREL FOR MEN Operators of WOMEN AND BOYS Archie’s Lobster House OAK HALL Archie’s Gift Shoppe Heated Cabins with Showers “Thru the Blok ” Dial 3-4481 or 3-4482 R. F. D. No. 2, Box 231, Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke, Virginia 2 Miles North on U. S. Route 11 MORGAN-EUBANK F. J. FRANCISCO FURNITURE CORP. Stone Masonry 14 East Campbell Avenue " Everything in Stone” Dial 7357 Houses — Retaining Walls — Walks ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Dial 3946 —Salem " Always a Good Place To Trade” R. F. D. 2, Salem, Va. WILLIAMS SUPPLY Wholesale Electric Supplies Distributors of Electric Radiant Ceil-Heat WALDRON REALTY CO. REALTORS Residential, Commercial and Farms Roanoke, Virginia Dial 3-3671 Roanoke, Va. 17G The Harrison Jewelry Co. Since 1888 " Everything in Vine Jewelry’’ 307 S. Jefferson St. Roanoke, Virginia Compliments of MORGAN ' S SUPERMARKET Frozen Foods Groceries Fresh Meats 25 E. Main Street Phone 3521 BROWN HARDWARE CO. " The Friendly Store” AAA Phone 4431 115 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia DAME ROOFING CO. Forced Air Heating and Air Conditioning Dial 2471 Established 1880 GOODWIN-WILLI AMS CHEVROLET CORP. 8-10 West Main St. Telephone 2375 Salem, Virginia OLD VIRGINIA BRICK Salem Brick Co., Inc. Phone 2357 Salem, Va. Compliments of COLLEGE INN 209 East Main Street Salem, Virginia SPORTSWEAR — COATS SUITS — DRESSES Especially for the Junior Miss JOSEPH SPIGEL, Inc. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE SMITH-CORONA DEALER All Makes New and Used Portable and Office Machines Rental and Repair All Makes SALES - SERVICE - SUPPLIES Telephone 2-8410 123 Kirk Avenue, S. W. Roanoke, Va. Caldwell-Sites Company Office Equipment — Stationery Mimeographs and Supplies Gifts Roanoke, Virginia - " 7 - Compliments of ZAND ' S DEPARTMENT STORE GOODWIN-ANDREWS Incorporated INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE LOANS Dial 2329 306 East Main Street Salem, Virginia 4 178 )» Compliments of GREEN MARKET Southern Varnish Corp. Fancy Meats Groceries Quality Produce Dial 2370 Roanoke, Virginia 8 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia BECAUSE Style Comes First Roanoke, Virginia 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. ACME TYPEWRITER COMPANY The Business Machine Center Roanoke, Virginia GLENN-MINNICH “ The Store with the Friendly Door ” HI-SCHOOL SHOP THIRD FLOOR KANE FURNITURE Savings Accounts Home Loans CO., Inc. First Federal 22 East Campbell Avenue Savings Loan Association Roanoke, Virginia (, Roanoke’s Vast-Growing 34 W. Church Ave. Furniture Store Dial 3-1539 4 179 ]» Compliments of H. B. McMANAWAY Sheriff of Roanoke County Compliments of Herbie GEORGE ' S DRIVE-IN (Biggest Little Drive-In) Roanoke, Virginia 5§1 SO. JOTRSON STRBT ROANOKE, VIRGINIA LITTRELL ' S BARBER and BEAUTY SHOP Modern—Sanitary 207 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia " Five chairs, and no waiting” Call 3261 for Appointment Quality Eggs Complete feed for lots of premium quality eggs with delicious flavor Rely on Layena CHECK-R-BOARD Roanoke, Va. TARPLEY JEWELRY CO. Watches - Diamonds - Gifts ' ' Guaranteed Watch Repairing” SCHOOL RINGS Telephone 2489 17 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia SNEAD LUMBER COMPANY Who lesale Only Phone 2366 Salem, Virginia 180 )■ C opnxikuxj j p. ? ( 4 ) Jkcuu-t, k srA jjYb xcJzo- t- .umxJ ' u y ' x, JA tcJv U CL JlujJz MYV ujMXAO ' - Compliments of a FRIEND ) Jpjl YWOu y{oU 0 t 2 .) Compliments of BEMISS EQUIPMENT CORP. Salem, Virginia Boswell Realty Company CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES Incorporated TO CLASS OF ’53 RENTALS FIRE INSURANCE CAROLE S SHOP 304 1st Street, S. W. P. 0. Box 1386 Dial 6253 DELTA ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Contractors L. R. York 812 West Salem Ave. C. G. Tinnell Roanoke, Va. ENGLISH VILLAGE TOURIST COURT Junction 11 and 117 Esso Products FISHER Sam Finley, Incorporated Optical Co. Asphalt Roadways and Parking Areas Prescription Opticians Telephone 6219 108 Franklin Road Roanoke, Virginia Phone 2-3647 Roanoke, Virginia GOODWIN " Cute Shoes” Insurance Realty Co., Inc. Deb Spalding Organized 1931 Sandler Teen Age " Dividend Paying Insurance” HOFHEIMER ' S 15 South College Avenue Dial 2327 305 S. Jefferson Street Salem, Virginia Saddles — Loafers — All the New Flats For Excellent Food and Tempting Desserts V is it the Howard Johnson ' s Restaurant Wiley N. Jackson Company North of Roanoke on Rt. 11 Next to Hollins College GENERAL CONTRACTORS Famous for 28 Ice Cream Flavors Roanoke, Virginia Juicy Steaks and Assorted Seafoods Open 6 A. M. — 11 P. M. LAWSON OIL CO., INC. MALCOLM - SEAY Incorporated Distributor of 1302 Grandin Rd. Socony — Vacuum Products Mobilheat Fuel Oil Television and Appliances Sales and Service Roanoke, Virginia Phone 4-3081 The Minnie Tour Golf Course MODERN DRESS SHOP On 460 Opposite Lakeside Park 212 East Main Street Phone 3211 The Salem, Virginia Wee Tee Golf Course On Lee Highway Ladies’ Ready to Wear -€{ 182 fa CAMPUS SHOP HI SCHOOL CLOTHES John Norman, Incorporated 505 S. Jefferson Congratulations to the Graduates of ’.53 POWELL PHARMACY, Inc. 219 E. Main St. Salem, Virginia KODAK HEADQUARTERS Everything Photographic Brownie Cameras $2.85 up Kodak Cameras $14.50 to $304.75 Movie Cameras $42.50 up Projectors $62.50 up Roanoke Photo Finishing Company THE CAMERA SHOP Second Street at Luck Salem Insurance Agency General Insurance and Surety Bonds Farmers National Bank Building Telephone 4204 Salem, Virginia Compliments DR. LEO PLATT Optometrist 505 Mt. Trust Bldg. Roanoke, Virginia Compliments of RICHARDSON-WAYLAND ELECTRICAL CORP. At Memorial Bridge 13th St., S. W. Roanoke, Va. ROANOKE Typewriter Company Distributors of Royal Typewriters Clary Adding Machines 123 Franklin Rd., S. W., Roanoke 11, Va. Phone 4-7193 SCOTTIE ' S RESTAURANT Steaks — Chicken — Seafood Foot-Long Hot Dogs 5010 Williamson Rd. Roanoke, Va. 4 183 Lumber Building Materials G. E. Trout Sons Millwork Dial 8187 GENERAL CONTRACTORS SKYLINE 418 Boxley Bldg. Lumber Company, Inc. Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke, Virginia Wertz Optical Company Prescription Opticians Dial 9015 27 Franklin Road Roanoke, Va. Suite 113, Carlton Terrace F. E. Wertz, Optician Tillman S. Young Realtor Real Estate — Sales — Rentals Route 9 Box 499 Roanoke, Virginia Dial 8876 F. G. OAKEY CLEANER The Finest Cleaning and Pressing Cash and Carry and Delivery Boulevard and Colorado Salem, Virginia TELEPHONE 4611 960 On Your Radio Dial wpdsbj CBS in Western Virginia Andrew Lewis Hi Rings eat KayS CR ' “ M $ 184 } BEACH BROS. GULF SERVICE " Lubrication Specialist” 30 West Main St. Salem, Virginia SHANK FURNITURE COMPANY OF SALEM " The Home of Fine Furniture” 2-4-6 West Main Street Dial 4420 Salem, Virginia H. H. PRICE ESSO STATION Corner Main and Union Streets Salem, Virginia SHELTON ' S GARAGE All Kinds of Repair Work Electric and Acetylene Welding 430 West Main Street Phone 2601 MUDDIMAN ELECTRIC CO. 28 West Church Avenue Dial 3-4531 Roanoke, Va. Magic City Mortgage Co., Inc. REAL ESTATE LOANS Roanoke, Virginia GITTENS MORTON, Inc. Specializing in Students’ Accident Insurance Salem, Virginia COLLEGE FOOD MARKET 207 College Avenue Phone 4721 Fancy Groceries — Meats — Produce Silver Crafts Copper Crafts HANDWROUGHT BY LAWTON 427 Campbell Avenue, S. W. David B. Lawton Roanoke, Va. Propst-Childress Shoe Company 305 South Jefferson Street Dial 9269 Roanoke, Va. SHELOR ' S SERVICE STATION Washing - Greasing - Service Calls 22 East Main Street E. H. Shelor SALEM, VA. CUSTER and FISHER CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Roanoke-2-7349 Troutville-2-1167 Compliments of Salem Farm Supply Corp. 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 REID AND CUTSHALL Better Furniture Since 1924 PHLEGAR ELECTRIC CO. Appliances and Fixtures — Delco Motors Contracting and Repairs 11 S. College Avenue Salem, Va. SAM ' S QUALITY CLOTHING SHOES for the Entire Family Dixie Finance and Loan Corp. POOLE ' S ESSO STATION REAL ESTATE LOANS Lunches—Beverages—All Night Service 301 Mountain Trust Bank Building Courtesy, Honesty is Our Motto Roanoke, Virginia E. Main St. Dial 2904 Salem, Va. ROANOKE RECORD SHOP NEW AND USED RECORDS 78’s — 45’s — 33%’s ROY K. BROWN 13S. Jefferson Street Roanoke, Virginia Dial 2-7418 County Clerk Compliments of RETTINGER MERC. CO. S. H. KRESS COMPANY John H. Rettinger E. D. Rettinger ROANOKE, VIRGINIA general merchandise Dial 3209 Compliments FLOWERS of PRESTO CAFE Roy L. Webber, Florist 4000 Williamson Road Phone 3-2469 15 East Campbell Ave. Roanoke, Virginia CAIN ' S CONFECTIONERY Engleby Auto Supply Co., Inc. The House of Bargains 339 Luck Ave., S. W. Phone 2-9180 Roanoke 3, Virginia BUSH-FLORA SHOE CO. 109 Campbell Avenue, West Dial 2-1955 Roanoke, Virginia C. J.CAIN Groceries - Fresh Meat - Feed Dry Goods - Esso Gas and Oil Glenvar, Va. 4 186 } CONNER ' S MARETA ' S FOOD MARKET Everything for the Ladies Groceries and Meats Salem, Va. Phone 2341 Main St. Salem, Va. Phone 2461 J. M. LOGAN LAWRENCE GROCERY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Groceries and General Merchandise 21 East Main Street SALEM, Va. Dial 2917 R. F. D. No. 1 Salem, Va. GILLIAM-LENNON BLANKENSHIP DAVIS YOUNG MEN S CLOTHING Prescription Opticians 106 W. Church Avenue Roanoke Virginia Roanoke, Virginia BAKER EMPLOYMENT AGENCY KIRK ' S Confidential Job-Placement Service Jewelers Dial 3-1757 125 Kirk Ave., S. W. i io S. Jefferson St., Roanoke, Virginia, Phone 6310 FINE DIAMONDS — GIFTS 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 KATZ FOOD COMPANY Distributors of FOOD PRODUCTS 1621-23 First Ave., N. W. Phone 2-3491 Roanoke, Va. Compliments of A I M COMPANY BIG 4 BARBER SHOP S. ]. Wright and E. T. Jones 125-A E. Campbell Avenue Roanoke, Virginia BLUE JAY RESTAURANT BLUE RIDGE GARDENS 6 Miles West of Salem We Serve Good Food Roanoke, Virginia y. C O FaE R Farm Bureau Insur k j iyj. C O F E R Construction Company, Inc. Power and Telephone Line Construction Roanoke, Virginia — Farm Bureau Insurance Company AUTO, FIRE, LIFE Ben R. Cooper 312, Coulter Building Dial 8178 I DARI DELITE C. C. Thomas Glenvar 5 Miles West of Salem, Va. Compliments of DEEDS BOILER COMPANY " General Boiler Service” 701 Orange Ave. Roanoke, Va. _L1 Dixie Esso Service Center 1 Complete 24-Flour Service Diesel Fuel Truck Di§count McRay C. Cole, Manager Compliments of Double Envelope Corporation We Give S. H. Green Stamps Five-Point Service Station Jefferson and Walnut Roanoke, Va. Telephone 2-9671 FURNITURE MART Antique and Used Furniture 211S. College Ave. Dial 3421 GARST ' S George Hartman SERVICE CENTER NEW HAMPSHIRES Jefferson at Maple CHICKS Dial 4-2525 — 2-9514 Roanoke, Va. orwel Compliments of JACKIE S PLACE Cafe, Groceries, Fresh Meat Barber Shop, Gas and Oil 631 4th Street Compliments of JOE ' S RESTAURANT Lee Highway 11 Kennard-Pace Company, Inc. “The Most Satisfactory’’ PLUMBING—HEATING—ROOFING For More Than Sixty Years 129 Kirk Ave., S. W. Roanoke, Va. Phone 4.-3249 KIDDIE KORNER From Tots thru Teens LAZARUS 402 S. Jefferson St. Phone 6509 Roanoke, Virginia ROANOKE 4 188 } LOGAN ' S BARN H. B. Mabes Son ANTIQUES CONTRACT HAULING 18 Years of Absolute Reliability Stone For Driveways, Roads and Parking Lots Dial Salem-3669 We Welcome Your Patronage BOB McSPADDEN COMPLETE LINE OF JEWELRY WATCH REPAIRING Dial 4-2862 405 Camp bell Ave., W. Roanoke, Va. Phone 3-1051 METROPOLITAN CAFE “ Roanoke’s Foremost Eating Place” " Good Food is Good Health” 510 S. Jefferson St. Roanoke, Va. Compliments of Mutual Benefit John T. Morgan Roofing Health Accident Association Company Health and Accident and Hospitalization Insurance 71 i Salem Ave., S. W. Phone 2-7498 A Speciality Roanoke, Virginia E. V. COX AGENCY WELL DRILLING Over 25 Years ' Continuous Experience All Work Guaranteed — Drilling Anywhere Dial Roanoke-4-2193 Call or Write R. L. OBENCHAIN Williamson Rd., R. F. D. 2 Roanoke, Va. Perdue Cinema Hobby Shop Motion Picture and Hobby Supplies Model Trains and Airplanes Phone 2-8817 3 6 Kirk Ave. Roanoke, Va. Pillis Brothers Gulf Station 4th and Union SERVICE is Our Motto RALPH S AMOCO STATION 4841 Williamson Rd., N. W. Dial 3-5866 Roanoke, Va. Always a Friendly Welcome RIVERLAND SERVICE STATION SKATE - A - DROME Salem, Virginia PURE OIL PRODUCTS Opposite Lakeside OUR MOTTO: " We Please the Hard to Please " G. H. Simmers, Prop. Phone 2998 Roanoke, Virginia Compliments of STALEY ' S RESTAURANT Compliments Farm Bureau Insurance Company of AUTO, FIRE, LIFE Maynard A. Tucker, Agent TINY GRILL 609 S. Jefferson St. Roanoke, Va. Phone 8178 Res. 2-4745 §{ 189 i a TURNER DRUG COMPANY Prescription Work Our Specialty Phone 8134 101 Market Square Roanoke, Va. WALKER MOTORS, INC. FORD SALES SERVICE F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY Uncle Tom ' s Barbecue JUST GOOD FOOD Opposite Apartments on Franklin Road Franklin Road Phone 2-9252 WILLS CASH GROCERY Quality Merchandise 3903 Melrose Ave., N. W. Dial 3-8739 Roanoke, Va. Compliments of CHELF ' S DARI DELITE 1214 W. Main St. Salem, Virginia Eat Dial 3-8116 TOM’S TOASTED PEANUTS Wilson Electric Company, Inc. BEN F. STULTZ We Specialize in House Wiring and Fixtures and All Types of Appliances Distributing Company 711 Patterson Ave. Roanoke, Va. In closing the 1953 edition of the Pioneer, the staff would like to express their sincere appreciation to those people whose helpfulness made this publication possible. We wish to extend our thanks to Mrs. Shirley Faucette, of Pugh’s Photograph Studio, for her cooperation in producing the individual pictures for this yearbook and to Mr. Gerald Cannaday, of the Stone Printing Company, for his valuable advice to us in planning our annual and carrying out the work. Our thanks go to Mr. Joseph Hazelgrove, Mr. R. W. Culpepper, 116-132 NORTH JEFFERSON STREET • ROANOKE, VIRGINIA u 4 1 (UCtg i L .,, kvvc y i + ■ 4 . 2 • O y n p P- J _jU3U J y -— —• —«—— ' t _ _ . 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