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

 - Class of 1953

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Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 143 of 200
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Page 143 text:

First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Lilly, Norris Journell, Randall Bare, Leon Tingler, Odell Minnix, Mr. Schwartz Second Row: Hugh Garst, Gerald Custer, Jimmy Lyons, Warren Brown, Bobby Goode, Ronnie Graham, William Webster Third Row: Ronnie McNeil , Richa rd Epperley, Jack Hale, Randolph Weaver, Buddy Bishop, Robert Ellis, J. W. Chapman Fourth Row: David Whitmire, Jimmy Fleshman, Carl Harris, Donald Bowles, Robert Alls Industrial Arts Club .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer OFFICERS Odell Minnix. Leon Tingler. Randall Bare. Norris Journell. The main objective of the Industrial Arts Club is to develop the members’ interest in industry. Our activities for the year included a most successful initiation banquet, a trip to a college featuring Industrial Arts training, and visits to local industries. We found the club not only enjoyable, but very profitable for our individual occupations in the future. f 139 }

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First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Hackman, Jody Walker, Clayton Tinnell, Jack Good, Carolyn Coleman, Karen Johnston, Elaine Craun Second Row: Jackie Lilly, Barbara Blosser, Margie Wirt, Becky Woolwine, Mildred Waldron, Mary Ruth Suiter, Patty Boone, Virginia Matheny, Martha Hash, Eloise Lilly, Sue Minnix, Jane Bell, Betty Reynolds, Kay Henderson Third Row: Morris Hancock, Wayne King, Judy Butler, Geraldine Byer, Marjorie Alls, Louis Gross, Linda Lee, Rita Walter, Nancy Sue Peery, Joan Overton, Virginia Poole Fourth Row: Ted Thompson, Barbara Ruble, Margaret Saunders, Peggy Addington, Dorothy Akers, Louise Thompson, Barbara Spangler, Roberta Kirk, Pat LaGrande, Dean Phoenix, Peggy Paulus Fifth Row: Walter Ferguson, Donny Williams, Richard Swedburg, Carl Journell, Charles Mountcastle, Eddie Myers, Duke Perry, Teddy Garman, Betty Helms, Nancy Richardson, Joyce Jones Sixth Row: Sonny Baird, Howard Fitzgerald, Wayne Garst, Glen Greer, Warren Hankins, Buddy Williams, Nicky Goodman, Walter Minter, Katherine Davis, Margaret Delp Seventh Row: Ronnie Frier, Wayne Jones, Denny Fink, Wallace Ferguson, Kyle Ferguson, Danny Wertz, Edward Jewell, Alvah Arthur, Buddy Futrell, Emory Bogle 4-H Club OFFICERS Clayton Tinnell. Carolyn Coleman Jody Walker Karen Johnston. . Elaine Craun Jack Good. Mrs. Hackman . . . .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . Reporter . . Song Leader . Sponsor The Andrew Lewis Chapter of the 4-H Club is a part of the world’s largest rural youth organization, having two million club members in the United States. This year each of us had a project pertaining either to agriculture or home economics. For help with these projects, we consulted our County Agent and Home Demonstration Agent. Our community projects for this year were to improve the court and keep the Guidance Office neat. We also sponsored a hop and an assembly. We are proud that our Club received a State award in Rural Arts and Recreation, and are working to fulfill our motto, “To Make the Best Better.” { 138 }



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First Row, Left to Right: Har old Spraker, Douglas Huffman, Jack Shelor, Wayne Morgan, Russell Snyder, John Wilks, Jimmy Carman, Ray Thomas , Bobby Puckett, Pat Dotson Second Row: R. E. Kinzie, George Hill, Fred Martin, Don Otey, William Bowman, John Jones, Joe Wells, Sherman Carman, Eddie Ellers, Charles Damewood, Orville Martin, Ned Martin, J. E. Peters Third Row: Galen Eller, Jimmy Clark, Bobby Farrow, George Poff, Donald Oakes, Hal Briggs, Harlan Grubb, Richard Swed- burg, Donny Williams, Walter Jamison, Arnold Manning, Howard LaPrade, John Hurt, William Largen Fourth Row: Carter Clifton, Edgar Kilby, Wesley Wilson, Robert Alls, Ralph Gearheart, Billy Pugh, Danny Edwards, Clyde Blosser, Carl Gregson, Paul Howell, Jimmy Wright, Sonny Smith, Vernon Lee, George Moran Fifth Row: Paul McDaniel, Leonard Hughes, Jimmy Baine, Leon Martin, John Gibson, 0. C. Simpson, Jr., Paul Wade, Warren Brown, Robert Mills, Stewart Franklin, Maurice Myers, Jack Dulaney, Bobby Pugh Future Farmers of America OFFICERS Don Otey. Orville Martin. Charles Damewood. Ned Martin. Fred Martin. George Hill. Mr. R. E. Kinzie ) Mr. J. E. Peters j .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . Reporter . Sentinel . A dvisers We are especially proud of the Andrew Lewis Chapter of the F. F. A. this year. Many of our members, as well as our sponsor, have received high honors. Our Chapter also won a Gold Emblem, which is the highest honor in the State F. F. A. Organization. The purpose of the Club is to practice brotherhood, honor rural opportunities and responsibilities, and develop those qualities of leadership which a future farmer should possess. The F. F. A. is a club dedicated to the advancement of agriculture. This Club is a nationwide organization, and each of us considers it a privilege to be a member. Our motto, “Learning to do—doing to learn—earning to live—living to serve,” is the goal that we have set for ourselves. 140 }

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