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

 - Class of 1954

Page 108 of 184

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 108 of 184
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Page 108 text:

First Row, Left to Right: Carole Stroupe, Georgia Crawford., Dewey Clower, Alex Gardner, Kellogg Hunt Second Row: Connie Duffy, Dorothy Eller, Buddy Eakin, Sam Harvey Third Row: Kenneth North, Wanda Garst, Theda Draper Fourth Row: Sue Hairston, Jerry Thompson Fifth Row: Milly Ross, Manning Stewart STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Dewey Clower. Buddy Eakin. Carole Stroupe. Kellogg Hunt. . . . .President Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer The Student Cooperative Association is an organization of the entire student body. Officers of the Student Council are also the officers of the student body. The S. C. A. is composed of representatives from each of the five classes. There are five seniors, four juniors, three sophomores, two freshmen and two eighth grade representatives. The Student Council chooses its own officers from this group. This organization serves as a bridge between students and faculty. This year it sponsored the first hop of the season and a pep assembly before the Fleming-Andrew Lewis game. A campaign was organized to collect Blue Horse wrappers and the money received from this project was used to send delegates to the District and State Meeting. The District Con- I vention was held at Blue Ridge and Alex Gardner, Kellogg Hunt, Dot Eller, Dewey Clower, and Carole Stroupe were representatives. Alex Gardner led the discussion group on “Responsibility of a Student in a Senior High School.” Andrew Lewis was elected as chairman and sponsor of the District. The State Convention was held in March at Radford. The Student Council also takes charge of elections held to select representatives from Andrew Lewis for The Pythian Bowl and The Snow Queen. Student government at Andrew Lewis plays a major role in the life of every high school student. I | { lot i I I

Page 107 text:

Mrs. Bertha Fisher, Sponsor Alex Gardner, Business Manager STAFF TYPISTS AND CIRCULATION STAFF (Top) Seated: Frances Headen, Betty O ' Dell, Tavie Ann Barnes, Margie Ballard, Susan Hackman Standing: Bobby Leonard, Maurice Hancock, Shirley Eubank COPY WRITERS (Bottom) Seated: Charlotte Yost, Rosemary Wyant, Peggy Wood, Jean Wertz Standing: Mac Sherrard, Florence Robey, Nayota Gusler, Yvonne Hailey, Cub Writer ( Insert )



Page 109 text:

First Row: Mike Gallagher, Mary Jean Simpson, Carole Stroupe, Pat Garner, Leon Ingram, Shirley Thomas, Georgia Crawford, Nancy Bell, Kellogg Hunt Second Row: Franklin O’Beirne, Jane Henson, Connie Dufy, Dorothy Eller, Mac Sherrard, Dale Early, Buddy Eakin, Sam Harvey Third Row: Paul Henson, Kenneth Norton, Carole Matthews, Libby Winslow, Marie Harter, Sue Weaver, Susan Hackman, Joe Rice Fourth Row: Leland Bailey, Lucy Russell, Georgia Monroe, Freida Carman, Pat LaGrande, Adeline Craighead, Butch Hurt, Jerry Thompson, Jerry Umberger Fifth Row: Shirley Mills, Donna Ferguson, Geneva Chapman, Gail Hamlin, Milly Ross, Tommy Weaver, Billy Manning, Larry Shelton, Manning Stewart, Tommy Coffman CLASS COUNCIL The Class Council is an organization composed of the four officers of each of the five classes and the presidents of all home rooms. Class Council is actually the organization responsible for carrying on the work of the individual home rooms. Home room presidents have charge of various school functions such as the Junior- Senior Prom, which is given by the Junior Class to the Seniors. This is a tremendous job and it is the responsibility of every home room leader to perform his duty well. Their part in organizing their own group is a deciding factor in the success of an undertaking. Much depends on their leadership and ability in conveying the ideas of the faculty and student government to the majority of the students. 105 }£ •

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