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

 - Class of 1953

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First Row, Left to Right: Charles Charlton, Calvin Rohrbaugh, Bobby Neal, Paul Henson Second Row: Eddie Ellers, Bobby Murphy, Melvin Harter, Mr. Paul Coffman Third Row: Jay Musser, Charles Gwaltney, Ronnie Hall Ty.. f ff. Charles Charlton Calvin Rohrbaugh Bobby Neal. Paul Henson. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer The Hi-Y Club is the younger brother of the Y. M. C. A. Throughout our homes, our school, and our community our purpose as Hi-Y members is to try to create, maintain and extend high standards of Christian character. Our Club is open to any boy regardless of his color or beliefs, and no member can be dismissed unless he attempts to destroy the religious principles of the Y. M. C. A. The Hi-Y is classed as a service club; therefore, our social functions are limited. Our Andrew Lewis Chapter belongs to the Southern Conference; and, as members of this conference, we are entitled to send representatives to all of its functions such as the Blue Ridge Convention and the Model General Assembly. This year our Club was composed of twelve active members and was sponsored by Mr. Paul Coffman. { 13G }

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First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Strickler, Pat Johnston, Joan Alls, Iris Jo CundifJ, Jean Wertz, Charlotte Yost, Mrs. Smith Second Row: Jody Walker, Jack Good, Shirley Tuttle, Don Otey, Clayton Tinnell, Georgenia Draper, 0. C. Simpson First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Boone, Norma Lee, Shirley Tuttle, Georgenia Draper, Shirley Ferguson, Pat Johnston, Jody Walker, Wanda Audi, Dorothy Stone, Ella Wickham, Carol Gregson Second Row: Mr. Peters, Marie Philpott, Eleanor Ilonaker, Connie Mills, Vernell Taylor, Dolly Iddings, Frankie Norton, Charlotte Yost, Sylvia Tinned, Joan Ads, Nancy Garst, Mrs. Smith Third Row: Mrs. Strickler, Alex Gardner, Everette Ellers, Charles Gwalt- ney, H. L. Stanley, Iris Cundiff, Connie Duffy, Adrienne Anderson, Robbie Fades, Jean Wertz, 0. C. Simpson, David Little Fourth Row: Kellogg Hunt, Jack Good, Wayne Smith, Raymond Kane, Paige Gentry, Clayton Tinned, J. P. Philpott, Watson Mundy, Jerry Frank, John Gardner, Don Otey, Everette Graham, Wiley Via, Penn Whitescarver NAIJJJNAL jCO t Forensics A passer-by on Senior hall Enjoying himself, not worrying at all, Was suddenly startled—’twould have startled you— By a shriek coming forth from one-o-two. ’Twas JODY WALKER rehearsing a play Which scared the students on All Saints’ Day. Later, she and others joined the N. F. L. And in its honored ranks did dwell. Mrs. Smith, from this group, debaters sent forth, Some west and east, others south and north. Both JACK and PENN their best did try To win a trophy for Salem High. On a cold, bleak night public speakers did shake While judges tried hard a decision to make At the contest sponsored by the American Legion To determine two speakers, the best in the region. Exam day dawned so bright and clear And one by one, without a fear, Before the stand each took his place And brightly smiled from face to face. MUNDY and PAIGE tried hard to unloose The mystery surrounding the “One Legged Goose,” While JOAN ALLS helped a small child see That “George” chopped down the cherry tree. One member of the class, PHILPOTT by name, “My mama spanked me,” did exclaim; While ADRIENNE did well portray the part. Of a girl to her wedding about to start. One Miss began with a happy sigh “That sis was there, and so wuz I.” While TUTTLE, laughs did well ensure, When she started speaking on “The Rest Cure!” Mrs. Strickler said to enunciate Each word distinctly, not to hesitate; And all were trained, each man and miss, Not to start by saying, “It said” or “This.” Now looking back on the year just past, And regretting that this day is the last, This class may someway pass to you The fun and knowledge from one-o-two! ! c( is; .I te

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First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Putnam, Marie Harter, Rowena Holliday, Nancy Donaldson, Phyllis Batten, Carol Mat¬ thews, Carolyn Greiner, Theda Draper, Betty Lou Vinyard. Miss Maxwell Second Row: Margaret Franklin, Sue Ann Brown, Judy Dean Saul, Norma Jean Saul, Carol Ann Hudson, Ella Jean Wright, Eleanor Spangler, Rockla Thompson, Nancy Wood, Alary Linda League, Gayle Morris, Rosalie Alowles, Sally Nicar, Susan Hackman, Connie Garbett, Betty Bayne Third Row: Dorsey Gillespie, Doris Honaker, Donna Howard, Barbara Cooper, Nancy Shelton, Clara Lewis, Pat Crowder, Molly Ramsey, Cynthia Butts, Peggy Smiley, Shelby Palmer, Lizzie Ballard, Jo Anne McGhee, Linda Montgomery, Shirley Ellis Fourth Row: Mary Jo Nolen, Judy Arrington, Barbara Taylor, Montrann Beard, Wanda Garst, Joanne Collins, Carol Bowden, Drema Mills, Page Clarke, Barbara Carroll, Jo Ann Aliff, Faye Hensley, Margie Williams, Faye McCray, Peggy Haynes, Barbara Boles Fifth Row: Betty Mattern, Patricia Poff, Ruth Hujf, Lindsay Sheahan, Pauline Witt, Lola Pass, Nancy Moran, Cecelia Price, Julia Thomas, Nancy McManaway, Virginia Lester, Sally Miller, Pat Harris, Doris McBride, Betty Lancaster, Shirley Hibbitts Sixth Row: Helen Bowden, Judy Butler, Martha Russo, Norma Ann Rautt, Cynthia Haislip, Lynn Wygal, Yvonne Hailey, Patricia DeHart, Lucy Russell, Jerry Reavis, Meta Simpson, Priscilla Duke, Barbara Justice, Ereda Garman, Kitty Beeman, Dorothy Bayse Seventh Row: Betty Chaffin, Linda Lee, Hayward Lawson, Barbara Gordon, Christine Graham, Sue Hairston, Deane Ballard, Betty Ashley, Carol Boley, Joyce Hawkins, Norma Jamison, Diana Thomason, Kate Kegley Junior Y-Teens OFFICERS Marie Harter . President Phyllis Batten . Vice President Betty Lou Vinyard . Secretary Theda Draper . Treasurer Mrs. Putnam . Sponsors Miss Maxwell The Junior Y-Teens is made up of approximately one hundred girls from the eighth and ninth grades devoted to the task of promoting better personal and social living. In this endeavor we seek to lead a better Christian life and share in the knowledge and love of God. Our activities for this year included a tea and coke party given in October for the purpose of becoming better acquainted. We had a very inspiring recognition service in October, also. Our Christmas project consisted of donating food to fill a basket for a needy family. Money was taken from the treasury to buy toys and clothes for the children of this family. A Hi-Y—Y- Teen Banquet was held in January at the Y. W. C. A., and several delegates from Andrew Lewis attended. Spring brought on the annual potato chip sale and a Mother-Daughter Banquet; delegates were sent to attend the Y-Teen Convention. We closed a very successful and active year with our annual picnic. 137 }

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