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Andrew Lewis students enjoy the “Dear John Letter” which these two handsome soldiers are doing. William Largen and Ernie Sprouse pantomime the record during the Senior Assembly. The graceful toe dancing of William Fleming’s Sandra Farrar delights and entertains her eighth grade audience at the kick-off assembly sponsored by the annual staff. I I Eddie Ellers, who plays the part of the baby in the Junior Class assembly, sits smiling in his baby pen. Eddie gives the |j students of A. L. a good many laughs, | especially when Tavie Barnes does the tango. I Sob, Sob, Sob—This sob story is being presented by the ’54 Class. Georgia Crawford as “pa” tells his tale of woe, while Libby Foster, who played “ma,” Pat Garner and Phyllis Ferris as “Clem and Slim,” and Shirley Thomas, as the daughter, sob in rhythm. The villain, Shirley Morgan, laughs as she visualizes her profit because of this sad situation. Mr. Hull, from the Richmond office of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, brings modern science into the student assembly. Here a very interest¬ ing demonstration shows the principles of television to the students. Carl Harris, Creed Frazier, Buddy Eakin, and Joe Ferguson explain just how “Oscar” is held together while singing “Dry Bones.” “This Was Your Life” Julius Caesar— The Andrew Lewis student body thoroughly enjoys this ancient setting of a modern television show. Sam Harvey plays Ralphus Edwards, Wesley Patter¬ son, Julius Caesar and Eugene Sloan portrays Antonius, Caesar’s teacher. “Fight Team!” The cheerleaders lead the student body in peppy yells and songs during a pep assembly. These as¬ semblies, which are presented during football season help to promote school spirit. Eyes are trained attentively on the speaker as Robert Houff delivers a message to the Student Body in an as¬ sembly sponsored by the Student Christ¬ ian Association. «Sf 96
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,.. ? j 1 I : i r Seated: Georgia Crawford, Queen; Carole Stroupe, Maid of Honor First Row: Nancy Ellen McMannaway, Phyllis Ferris, Shirley Thomas, Mary Smith Second Row: Marie Harter, Jane Henson, Shirley Ferguson, Betty Lou Vinyard, Tavie Ann Barnes, Libby Foster , Jan
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“What’s it to you, big Roman?” says Peggy Jo Stone to Alex Gardner as Frank Smith (or Frances Crockett) looks on in a Dragnet skit in a Latin Club meeting. The sponsor of the Latin Club televi¬ sion program “Roman Dragnet” was the famous “Castrafield” Cigarette. The legs belong to Frances Patton, our model for the pack of Castrafields. DRAGNET Richard Geary, young star of Decca Records and WSLS-TV, entertains the eighth grade at the Annual Follies. Here he sings one of the songs which he re¬ cently recorded with Guy Lombardo. Students from Hollins College first year drama class take “A Happy Journey” in their imaginary car when they present their delightful comedy in the annual assembly. We were proud of our former classmate Georgenia Draper in her portrayal of “Ala”. The school spirit at Andrew Lewis has been very good this year. In a pep as¬ sembly before one of our biggest football games, Georgia Crawford and Kellogg Hunt give talks on the necessity of student support. Other students appear¬ ing on the stage are Karen Johnston, Gene Hurt, Dot Eller, and Dewey Clower.
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