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Members of the Library Club work hard to keep the books in the right places at all times. Richard Cornett is busy checking them over when he is caught by the photographer. “Everybody is going to see the game tonight!” Here we see Shirley Tuttle as she purchases her ticket from Mr. Alexander. It is time to try out for the May Court! After school, on this great day, girls are scurrying in all directions to put on the “finishing touches” before going into the auditorium. Here a number is pinned on each girl and she walks before the judges, hoping to be chosen queen, maid of honor, or attendant. K ! ' : I ill ill Hrs ill a 11 ill] HL . i l Mu i I iOH Busy beavers are the copy¬ writers on the annual staff. It is write and re-write every article in order to get every comma, tense, and person in the proper place. Lunch time again! Here hun¬ gry students patiently wait their turn in line while Miss McConkey makes change so efficiently. Billy Brogan stands by to keep plenty of milk within reach of students. P sUp I v Bk A m M 2
Page 94 text:
Mr. G. L. Quirk, Assistant Supervisor of Health and Physi¬ cal Education, State Depart¬ ment, is speaking at an assembly of the Mid-Year Teachers’ Con¬ ference which was held at Andrew Lewis. Mr. R. Douglas Nininger, County Superintendent, and eleven other speakers are on the stage. This Roman family is enter¬ tained by a group of tumblers as they recline at a delicious ban¬ quet. Such is the scene from the Christmas play presented by the Sodalitas Latina, under the di¬ rection of Miss Cook. David Vaughn and Libby Foster are Jack Good’s parents in a play presented for the Latin Club. Jack Good plays Joan All’s boy friend, Virgil, who dislikes to study Latin. The seniors display their tal¬ ents by presenting a talent show at an assembly. One of the main features of the program is the impersonation of the teachers. Here John Philpott is teaching literature in accordance with Mr. Snapp’s method. “Broom! Broom!’’The wicked old witch commands her mis¬ chievous broom to land so that she can mount and fly away to make more trouble for Rapunzel and her beloved PrinceCharming. The laughter which the play draws proves that Andrew Lewis students still enjoy fairy tales. This was a Southeastern As¬ sembly program.
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Along with our many Christmas activities comes one that is looked forward to greatly by the students. The Senior Choir walks through the halls singing Christmas carols. Their voices echo through the class rooms, and stu- dents and teachers pause in their work to hear the joyous tidings. “You better watch out, you better not cry, Santa Claus is coming to town.” And Santa Claus does come for small children at a Christmas party given by the Sports Club. He hands out presents left and right to little children and spreads his Christmas cheer to happy hearts. Gtyriatmaa All is still and quiet as the holy voice of the angel speaks to the trembling shepherds. The yearly Christ¬ mas Assembly is presented by the Latin Club in the form of a play entitled “The Saturnalia.” The beauti¬ ful Christmas story is awakened anew in the hearts of the listeners. Andrew Lewis High School has never failed the Basket Bureau. Every year the students give gener¬ ously so that someone else may have a happier Christ¬ mas. Here the baskets are lined up to be presented to Mr. Charley Turner, who distributes them. This is one of many examples of “peace on earth, good will toward men.”
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