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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.
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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
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