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Page 135 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Bobby Leonard, Jessica Kittinger, “Oscar,” Alex Gardner, Bill Hurt Second Row: Rosemary Kinney, Joe Rice, Henry Frantz, Miss Watkins Third Row: Ashley Lilly, Roberta Faries, Clara Crotts Fourth Row: Pat Darden, Pete Arthur, Ronnie Overstreet, Deanna Doyle, Tavie Barnes Fifth Row: Sam Harvey, Libby Foster, Charlotte Roch, Florence Robey Sixth Row: Buck Wood, Kenneth O ' Beirne, Sammy Clemens, Raymond Kane, Joe Ferguson Seventh Row: John Cannaday, Nancy Lyons Eighth Row: Shirley Cruise, Peggy Senter, Marie Fralin, Pat Peters, Mac Sherrard Ninth Row: Larry Waggoner, Emory Tarpley, Bill Goodwin, Randolph Peters, David Vaughan Bi-Phy-Chem Club OFFICERS Bobby Leonard. President Alex Gardner Rosemary Kinney. President Elect Henry Frantz Jessica Kittinger. Secretary Miss Watkins. Treasurer . Reporter . Sponsor The Bi-Phy-Chem, in its three years of organization, has made a name for itself at Andrew Lewis. We offer means by which students, who desire future vocations in the field of science, may further their interests. Our Club is affiliated with the Virginia Junior Academy of Science and Science Clubs of America. Seniors with a special aptitude in science are given a chance to obtain scholarships through the annual National and State Science Talent Search. Field trips to local industries and other places of interest provide an opportunity to observe science in action. Outstanding guest speakers provide interesting programs at our bi¬ monthly meetings. This year at Halloween we sponsored a cider and doughnut booth at Municipal Field, along with the Beta Club, and won first prize for our efforts. The two clubs joined again at Christmas to sponsor the Yule Festival, which was a great success. We joined with other community organizations in helping to obtain honor pledges for the Red Cross Bloodmobile. Club members who completed projects took them to the annual Science Open House at V. P. I. and entered them in district competition. Delegates attended the State V. J. A. S. meeting at Lexington in May. We have- had a busy year filled with fun and valuable experience.
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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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First Row, Left to Right: Betty Lou Pardue, Typist; Ginny Miller, Girls’ Sports; Iris Jo Cundiff and Shirley Moses, Co- Editors; Eloise Ilorsely, Reporter; Joan Farmer, Head Feature Writer; Phyllis Grubb, Typist Second Row: Mac Sherrard, Faye Phlegar, Geneva Smith, Gay McNeill, Margaret Ann Crosswhite, Barbara Carroll, Kimmie McCurdy, Clara Lewis, Reporters Andrew Lewis News When we spied a pleasing face above an armful of papers going about the halls crying, “Any¬ one want to buy a paper?” we could be sure it was Friday morning and time again to buy a Times Register to catch up on all the Andrew Lewis News. Every week most of the students looked forward to reading the regular features, such as On the Ball, the editorial, and that column of all columns, Et Cetera. Every Monday afternoon The deadline must be met, So when Frida y rolls around, A paper we shall get. To gather gossip and the news And cover each event, To make the paper better still, This is the Staff’s intent. Iris Jo Cundiff, Shirley Moses, Co-Editors Joan Farmer, Head Feature Writer
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