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

 - Class of 1954

Page 104 of 184

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 104 of 184
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Page 104 text:

These students took time out from Students emerge into a snow white their studies to allow our photographer to world as they start home after school, take their picture. They are C. W. Stump, Corine Walters, Donnie Nowlin, Shirley Witmer, Sarah Wirt, and Barbara Turman. 1 Deck the halls with boughs of holly. The annual Christmas decorations are the work of our Y-Teens who are shown here decorating the hall near the office. The Andrew Lewis fire fighters are al¬ ways available to help fight forest fires such as occurred early this year. These boys serve efficiently and well with the aid and guidance of Mr. Kinzie. Wheel It is the first snow of the year and these students just could not resist the urge to try a few snow balls. Left to right they are Carol Matthews, Alex Gardner, Nayota Gusler, Peggy Wood, and Mary Jane Darnell. Here, there, everywhere, they’re all rooting for the 1953 Wolverines. Stu¬ dents, parents, and alumni join the crowd at Municipal Field. Sally Hankins, Rosemary Kinney, Mary Jane Darnell, Jane Furrow, Carolyn Coleman, and Jessi ca Kittinger smile happily as Andrew Lewis makes a touchdown against Lane. I i i Guidance is essential to the needs of every high school student and here at Andrew Lewis, Mrs. Smith is our Guid¬ ance Director. Her assistants are Patsy Long, Edwina Hurt, Nancy Lemon, and Pearl Grisso. Delicious food and a good time were on the menu at the banquet at Longwood for the DE Club members and their em¬ ployers. { 100 }

Page 103 text:

Neatly-combed hair and radiant smiles are typical of the students pouring in and out of the Activities Room during the week of the photographing of under¬ classmen. Here several eighth graders prepare to have their pictures made. Peggy Jo Stone, Betty Spruhan, members of the staff, are busily checking the money and receipts. Our thanks go out to the members of the DE Club who have done such a won¬ derful job of decorating the showcase in the front hall which Lucille Swain is here admiring. Alex Gardner, Kellogg Hunt, Carole Stroupe, Dot Eller, and Dewey Clower are preparing to leave for the Student Council District Convention at Colonial High School in Blue Ridge. One of our favorite entertainers, Bobby Brown, is pictured here with his guitar as he starts to give a rendition of a ballad. “Support your team!” Libby Foster and Jan Hackman need little encourage¬ ment as they purchase their tickets for the game between Blacksburg and An¬ drew Lewis. Study halls are always crowded so these girls take refuge in the hall for peace and quiet. Pursuing their studies are Peggy Faries, Carolyn Ferguson, Dot Haislip, and Sally Hankins. Future scientists in the making meet to discuss their entries in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. They are Henry Frantz, Paige Gentry, John Cannaday, Charles Damewood, Jessica Kittinger, Florence Robey, and Jimmy Butts. The speaker at the annual Employer- Employee DE Banquet holds the at¬ tention of our principal Mr. Broadwater, who is seated at the speakers table along with Mr. Clem, sponsor of the club and Leon Tingler, the club president. These seven students are only a few of the many who benefit from the Drivers Educational classes under the direction of Mr. Copenhaver. 4 99 }



Page 105 text:

“Pleasures afford more delight when shared with others; to enjoy them in solitude is a dreary thing.” Dio Chrysostom

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