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Page 131 text:
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 }
Page 130 text:
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
Page 132 text:
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
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