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

 - Class of 1953

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Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 123 of 200
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Page 123 text:

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.

Page 122 text:

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-



Page 124 text:

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

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