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

 - Class of 1953

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First Row, Left to Right: Edith Amos, Marie Mahes, Joyce Robertson , Genevieve Craighead, Betty Dodson , Rebecca Manning , Lillie Bohon, Shirley Beck , Gayle Snider Second Row: Mrs. Blake, Mabel Butler, Anna Martin, Barbara Henderson, Peggy Greenway, Montra Phlegar, June Powers, Mary Feld, Edith Six, Shirley Eubank, Chelsea Gillespie, Edna Saunders, Carolin Brammer Third Row: Mrs. Ames, Helen Dalton, Audrey Greer, Shelby Harless, Dora Fralin, Shelby Martin, Barbara Wertz, Doris Cundiff, P at Deyerle, Ninevah Turman, Betsy Hallman, Doris Mae Hall, Dorothy Boone, Libby ILenritze, Betty Lou Poff Fourth Row: Sally Hankins, Joyce Thomas, Rita Carman, Betty Carroll, Velma Wheeler, Clara Barton, Nancy Lemon, Jane Dodson, Faye Phlegar, Martha Matheny, Betty O ' Dell, Darline Lee, Edna Harris, Carrie Hall Future Homemakers of America OFFICERS Genevieve Craighead. President Rebecca Manning. Vice President Betty Dodson. Secretary Shirley Garst. Treasurer Joyce Robertson. Recorder Marie Mabes ) . Reporters Faye Phlegar We, the Future Homemakers of America, have been working hard to learn the art of homemaking. We have studied many arts including cooking, sewing, and decorating. The Club promoted many worth-while community projects during the year. One of our highlights was the annual fashion show presented in a spring assembly. Members made many improvements in the Home Economics Department by painting and sewing. Future Homemakers were always on hand to repair rips and tears. We are proud to be members of a national organization with so many outstanding advantages and opportunities. [ 141 }

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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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First Row, Left to Right: Chelsea Gillespie, Mary Gallion, Georgia Crazvford, Shirley Tuttle, Virginia Miller, Marie Philpott, Christine Kessler, Sylvia Tinnell, Mary Jean Simpson Second Row: Barbara Turman, Coriene Walters, Clara Lewis, Betty Lou 1 inyard, Lizzie Ballard, Molly Ramsey, Charlotte Roach, Florence Robey, Dorothy Robinson, Elmira Pojf Third Row: Fay Hensley, Susan Hackman, Deanna Doyle, Barbara Oyler, Dean Phoenix, Jane Ellen Bell, Diane Ballard, Sue Hairston, Amy Cramer Fourth Row: Freda Garman, Barbara Gordon, Carol Sue Poff, Radar Lewis, Connie Mills, Doris Honaker, Margaret Cross¬ white, Jean Moore Fifth Row: Mrs. Patsel and Miss Martin Sports Club OFFICERS .... President Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer . Sponsors Fall, winter, and spring, the Sports Club was busy working and having fun. We started the year with zest and helped give a wonderful Home-Coming Hop, highlighted with the crowning of the Home-Coming Queen and the presentation of her court. Virginia Miller. . . Georgia Crawford Marie Philpott. . . Shirley Tuttle. . . Miss Martin 1 Mrs. Patsel The Christmas Party, featuring Santa Claus, brought enjoyment to a group of youngsters from Academy Street School. Santa Claus distributed gifts to the children and their happiness helped the girls usher in the real Christmas spirit. The Club sponsored a basketball sports day and a playday which brought many girls to Andrew Lewis for a day of fun, excitement, and activity. The Club sponsors all intramural activities, and a color cup is given to the team having won the most points during the school year. The girls may earn letters for achievement in various individual and group sports. The aim of the Sports Club is to promote interest in sports and good sportsmanship. We girls feel that we have achieved this aim during the past year and hope that in the coming year this program of sports will increase. { 142

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