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Page 125 text:
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
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
Page 126 text:
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 }
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