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Page 88 text:
‘‘Come on Evens!” During the volleyball tournament between the Odds and Evens, the cheerleaders for the Evens keep the team’s spirit high. These lovely damsels supporting the Evens are: Barbara Carroll, Frankie Norton, Christine Kessler, Sylvia Tinned, and Charlotte Yost. Up and over the net goes the ball as these girls of Miss Martin’s class engage in a hot game of volleyball. The gym is a busy place as both teams fight for the victory. Miss Martin demonstrates to one of her physical education classes the way to hold a hockey stick. The Red team prepares for the games by putting on their “pennies.” Both teams are equipped with shin guards and regular hockey sticks. Our pretty tumblers perform a “thigh stand’ during the Latin Club Christmas Assem bly. They are playing the part of talented Roman slave girls performing before the family of the Governor of Judea during the festive season. Evelyn Early holds Clara Lewis, and Emily Carter holds Nancy Donaldson, while Doris Honaker lends her moral support. “Come on girls, keep the ball going!” Mrs. Patsel’s fourth period gym class learn volleyball techniques by playing many exciting games between squads.
Page 87 text:
First Row: Joe Faries, Jimmy Gresham, Fred Hoback, Pat Darden, Jon Manetta, Emory Tarpley, Jack Beason Second Row: Billy Myers, Burks Logan, Sam Harvey, Frank Francisco, Bobby Dennis, Pete Watts Third Row: Ed Harless, Coach; Ralph Poff, Don Pinkard, Jackie Gordon, Dan Nolan, Jack Yough, Frank Waggoner Our Junior Varsity furnishes fun and valuable experience for our energetic boys. Some of these boys have made this team by the time they reach the Ninth Grade. Before winter turns the athletic field into a swampland of snow and mud, the boys’ physical education classes can enjoy the active outdoor sports. There is a mad scramble on the field as the ball is hurled through the air! Who knows but what some of these boys will some day be star athletes.
Page 89 text:
Outstanding honors have been brought to Andrew Lewis by the Future Farmers of America this year. Here we see some of our F. F. A. boys returning home after attending the National Future Farmers of America Convention in Kansas City, Missouri. Don Oatey, president, represented the Andrew Lewis Chapter in the convention. Charles Damewood won the Virginia Forestry Contest. Wesley Grisso won the American Farmer’s Degree. This is the highest degree in the organization and only one boy in each thousand receives this degree. Mr. Peters was given the Honorary American Farmer’s Degree for his out¬ standing work in the local chapter. The Andrew Lewis Chapter “placed gold” in the National Contest for their accomplishments. The 4 H Club of Andrew Lewis has al¬ ways produced many fine leaders. Morris Hancock and Clayton Tinned won first prize in the State Poultry Demonstration. Their efforts won them a trip to Syracuse, New York. Jody Walker took first place in the State 4-H Public Speaking Contest with her speech “Speak up for Freedom.” Jack Goode was one of the four Virginia district winners at the Farm and Home Congress which was held in Richmond. Jody and Jack are both All-Stars, the highest honor a Virginia 4-H member can achieve. Andrew Lewis has found its place on the map both in the State and in the nation. Donny Williams was one of the two Virginia F. F. A. members who took part in the 1952 National F. F. A. Band which met in Kansas City last summer. Alonza Philpott, out¬ standing tackle for the Wolverines, won a position as state reserve guard this year. Congratulations to both of these boys for their fine work! i4$ »» ♦ m The girls of Andrew Lewis have taken their share of honors, too. Joan Alls, secre¬ tary of the Student Council, was elected State secretary of the Student Cooperative Association. Georgenia Draper was chosen by the faculty and the Senior Class as our D. A. R. good citizenship award candidate. C
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