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

 - Class of 1953

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Page 147 text:

First Row, Left to Right: Eddie Talley, Kellogg Hunt, Everette Ellers, Jimmy Candler Second Row: Walter Dearing, Ronnie Johnson, Don Anselmo, Brenton Mongan, Luther Garrett, Roy Wirt, Jim Bean, Jimmy Bayne, Kenneth O ' Beirne Third Row: Buddy Eakin, Henry Frantz, Pete Arthur, Johnny Mastin, Jerry Frank, John Gardner, Russell Smiley, Wesley Gillock, Eddie Ferguson, Paul Hatcher Fourth Row: John Holliday, Harry Simpson, H. L. Stanley, Alonza Philpott, Calvin Rohrbaugh, Dewey Clower, Sonny Williams, Rob Thompson, Beverly Roberts, Mr. Johnson Monogram Club OFFICERS Jimmy Candler. President Eddie Talley. Vice President Kellogg Hunt. Secretary Everette Ellers. Treasurer To become a member of the Monogram Club, a boy must earn it. This means he must spend long, hard hours of practice and training, sacrifice many other activities and concentrate on earning his letter. The Monogram Club has been a very active club this year. In the fall they co-sponsored the Home-Coming Hop and at Christmas they filled baskets for needy families. Then came the Mono¬ gram Initiation, which the whole school, excepting the new members, looked forward to every year. Our Club has always emphasized good sportsmanship and clean playing. The members realize the honor of earning their membership and strive to uphold these Monogram Club principles. 143

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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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Seated, Left to Right: Frank Francisco, John LaPrade Standing: Leon Tingler, Lynn Goodwin, Clayton Tinned, Jr., David Hudgins, Maurice Hancock, Mr. Harless, Jerry Pittman Audio-Visual Department OFFICERS Clayton Tinnell, Jr. Mr. Harless. Service Manager . Sponsor The Audio-Visual Department is made up of boys who are selected for their mechanical ability, interest, and personality. Members are trained to use the movie projector, the tape recorder, and the public address system. These boys spend their study hours using their training in order that students may enjoy the benefit of special movies and recordings. They render a valuable service to the school through their efforts. •£{ 141 }£•

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