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

 - Class of 1954

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Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 110 of 184
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Page 110 text:

SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB First Row: Kay Henderson, Secretary; Margaret Crosswhite, Vice President; Sallie Jean Farmer, President; Shirley Rierson, Treasurer; Kitty Lou Privette, Reporter Second Row: Mrs. Newton, Sponsor; Royce Koon, Janet Russel, Anita Snyder, Libby Winslow, Freeda Garman, Linda Swain, Frankie DeWolfe Third Row: Darlene Lee, Joyce Beahm, Nancy Shelton, Joanne Parish, Marie Francisco, Gaye Stanley, Waynetta Weeks, Adeline Craighead, Joan Mowles LIBRARY CLUBS It would be hard to think of Andrew Lewis without books, without the library. The two combine to smooth the way toward acquiring that eagerly sought after recognition, the tangible evidence of five years of work and play, a diploma. The two library clubs, and the library assistants help interpret the library to the school, and assist in carrying on the many activities involved in the preparation, upkeep and circulation of more than ten thousand volumes. The club members are primarily interested in becoming better acquainted with the library and using the materials there to the best advantage. They also strive to render a service by improving the appearance of the library, and by participating in welfare projects. During the term 1953-54, all life was not dull and dreary within the walls of learning. Visits to other libraries, dinners, parties and picnics brightened the activities of the year. EIGHTH GRADE LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Patsy Walker, Betty June Thomas, Jimmy Neal, President; June Henderson, Vice President; Brenda Hughell, Leland Bailey, Treasurer; Alice Ulrey Second Row: Marilyn Hughes, Mary Louise Trussell, Jo Anne Schwallenberg, Molly Lenaeus, Nancy Keyes, Shirley Mills, Becky Howard, Dorothy Fritz, Georgia Weiss, Judy Bowers, Reporter; Betty Chaffin Third Row: Marilyn Little, Secretary; Kent Lewis, Norman Fink, Robert Copenhaver, Allan Wimmer, David Gibson, Billy Thomas, Robert Anselmo, Allan Cross Fourth Row: Glenville Johnson, Sarah Butler, Joe Cabiness, Joe Logan, Tommy Carroll, David Barnhart, Arlen Wygal, Robert Staton

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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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First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Carroll, Joyce Phlegar, Barbara Martin, Billie Conway, Frankie Reed, Vicky Clark, Ronnie Frier Second Row: Ralph Thomas, JVilma Byrd, Carolyn Brammer, Barbara Mills, Dorothy Stone, Pat Peters NEWSPAPER STAFF Each Friday morning, there is the familiar cry, ‘‘Buy your paper, now!” and we know that the Andrew Lewis News has arrived. The paper serves as the weekly source of information about current happenings within our halls and about our school. The Andrew Lewis News is a regular feature carried by the Salem Times Register. It contains news of sport happenings and events as well as all club news and various social functions. Reporters are always on hand to cover and uncover the incidents taking place at school. Students find wise words in the Editorial and always look forward to the “This and That” column. Being on the paper staff requires hard work but offers an opportunity for students interested in journalism to try their hand at writing. They gain experience which may be valuable in future college classes or jobs. The paper provides much enjoyable and worth-while reading and it is evident that a nickel spent for the weekly issue of the Andrew Lewis News is indeed a nickel well spent. { 107

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