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 113 of 184
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Page 113 text:

First Row: Rosemary Kinney, Charlotte Yost, Frances Headen, Mary Harris, Rosemary Wyant, Dawn Spangler, Josephine Garman Second Row: Shirley Ferguson, Florence Robey, Theda Draper, Charlotte Huffman, Carroll Sink, Martha Martin, Phyllis Ferris, Mrs. Peery Third Row: Buddy Poole, Creed Frazier, Richard Epperly, Bobby Leonard, Carl Harris, Mike Gallagher, Mary Kolmer, Libby Foster, Shirley Thomas SENIOR CHOIR The Senior Choir has, this year, been one of the most active in the history of Andrew Lewis High School. Beginning the year in September, a program of music was presented in the Student Council Assembly. With November came Armistice Day and patriotic songs. In contrast to the peppy battle and war songs, the choir next sang songs of thanks¬ giving and praise in the Thanksgiving Assembly. When the Christmas season arrived, the Senior Choir members joined in spread¬ ing the good will of Christmas with their caroling through the halls. The beautiful music echoed and re-echoed, banishing worry from the hearts of teachers and students. The choir also presented the long awaited Christmas Program of music in an assembly for the students. In April, the Music and Latin Departments combined efforts and talents to give to the public and students the Easter Pageant, which is recognized as one of the most outstanding productions of its kind in this locality. Most of the same music was presented to the school in the Easter Program. In this very busy month, the choir also presented the operetta, “Jerry of Jericho Road.” With the end of the year came June Graduation cer emonies, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. The Seniors sang in the choir for the last time, but the music was nonetheless beautiful. Besides the program given in school, the choir participated actively in outside events. In December they sang for the Salem Music Club. In February, the Distributive Education convention was held at Hotel Roanoke, and the Andrew Lewis Choir was invited to sing. Two talented members sang in the All-West Choir held February 19, 20, and 21 in Covington. In March, an invitation was accepted from the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra. They requested that the Andrew Lewis Choir join with other high school and college choirs in singing “The Ordering of Moses.” Later that same month, choir members took part in the Music Festival at Rocky Mount. An event much looked forward to was the exchange of programs with William Fleming High School. Every month, recordings were made for the radio program, oung Roanoke Sings. anous choir members gav e voicc and piano recitals. Violin students and small ensembles from the choir have also given numerous programs for local civic clubs and churches. -£{ 109 }[! •

Page 112 text:

First Row: Geneva Smith, Patsy Long, Oceile Hall, Elaine Tyler, Frances Crockett, Jane Henson, Karen Johnston Second Row: Fleeta Higgs, Clara Lewis, Edwina Hurt, Shirley Simmons, Jessica Kittinger, Jane Furrow, Gene Hurt Third Row: Donnie Carawan, Jean Wertz, Pat Aldridge, Peggy Oyler, Frank Carroll, Douglas Vaughan, Hermis McGee, Joe Ferguson, David Little SENIOR CHOIR OFFICERS Gene Hurt . President Oceile Hall . Vice President Charlotte Yost . Secretary Mike Gallagher . Treasurer Bobby Leonard . Reporter Frances Crockett . Accompanists Jane Henson JUNIOR CHOIR OFFICERS Secretary Treasurer Mildred Perry . President Doris Cundiff. Vernelle Taylor . Idee President Edna Harris. .. Front: Mrs. Peery, Director First Row: Jo Anne McGhee, Doris Cundiff, Molly Ramsey, Carolyn Greiner, Mary Ruth Suiter, Emory Bogle, Burks Logan, Margaret Ann Crosswhite, Edna Harris, Vernelle Taylor, Janette Witt, Marie Harter Second Row: Fern Young, Sue Stanley, Midge Perry, Carolyn Barnett, Milan Christley, David Ames, George Dyer, Gaye Stanley, Virginia Poole, Dorothy Stone, Joyce Phlegar



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Georgia LussaRus Florence SODALITAS LATINA OFFICERS Pontifex Maximus ord, Aedile Patrician Consul lebeian Consul ribune Libby Foster, Censor Sam Harvey, Ouastor Pat Darden, Praetor Kellogg Hunt, Provincial Governor Carole Stroupe, Provincial Governor e Latin Club started off its new year in the very first business meeting. Plans were made for tluck picnic held annually at Longwood in honor of new members and the faculty. This affair tremendous success. he club presented a very good assembly for the school. The theme was based on famous legion programs such as “This Is Your Life” which featured the life of Gaius Julius Caesar. The con ' d skit was “Dragnet” and was a “take off” on the original program. The script for the pro- was written by members of the club. This assembly was very popular with the student body, ith the advent of the Christmas Season, Latin Clubbers, crowded into big trucks and traveled ious homes to bring Christmas cheer to other hearts. After the caroling, boys and girls as- d for hot chocolate and a social party. inter passed and with the ushering in of spring, the Latin Club presented its biggest produc- the year, the Easter Pageant. On Palm Sunday, members of club, with the aid of the music ment, portrayed beautiful and inspiring scenes from the life of Christ. May, Sodalitas Latina sponsored the beautiful May Dance in honor of the May Queen and rt. This is one of the most outstanding social functions of Andrew Lewis and draws a large ng of parents and students each year. is year has been a big and exciting one for every member of the club and we regretfully say til next year. £{ lio }

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