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

 - Class of 1953

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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

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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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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 }

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