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

 - Class of 1954

Page 120 of 184

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 120 of 184
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Page 120 text:

First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Blake, Sponsor; Betty Carroll, Reporter; Martha Martin, Recorder; Joyce Robertson, President; Rebecca Manning, Secretary; Pat Deyerle, Treasurer; Connie Duffy, Vice President Second Row: Anna Mills, Nancy Lemon, Helen Dalton, Mable Butler, Charlotte Jewell, Anna Martin, Claudine Dillon, Gayle Snyder, Montra P hie gar, Rader Lewis, Edna Harris, Doris Hall Third Row: Ninevah Turman, Betty Odell, Shirley Garst, Velma Wheeler, Clara Barton, Mary McDaniel, Carolyn Brammer, Juanita Pruitt, Shirley Mills, Betty Poff, Audry Greer, Darlene Lee Future Homemakers of America OFFICERS Joyce Robertson, President Connie Duffy, Vice President Rebecca Manning, Secretary Pat Deyerle, Treasurer Betty Carroll, Reporter Martha Martin, Recorder Mrs. Blake, Sponsor 116 jfr

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First Row: Frank Wagner, Charles Young, Mr. Coffman, Watson Mundy, Bob Neal, Buddy Poole, Neal Engers Second Row: Roy Stanford, Richard Stroupe, Dewey Goode, Bobby Ewald, Billy Garrett, Mac Henderson Third Row: Hugh Garst, Ronald Henry, Frank Francisco, Lynn Goodwin, George Wright, Butch Hurt, Frank Garst, John Hesmer, Billy Logan Fourth Row: Ashley Lilly, David Ames, Melvin Harter, Dick Hughes, Carl Harris, Emory Bogle, Jimmy Gresham, Kelly Hillenburg Hl-Y OFFICERS Watson Mundy, President Bobby Neal, Vice President Buddy Poole, Secretary Paul Henson, Treasurer Neal Engers, Chaplain This year has been one full of activities and fun for the Hi-Y, a Christian organization sponsored by the Y. M. C. A., with Watson Mundy as its leader. The annual induction service was held jointly with Jefferson at the Second Presbyterian Church in Roanoke. The Christmas season proved to be very busy for Hi-Y members. Some of them played the parts of clowns in the Roanoke Merchants’ Christmas Parade. The beautiful decorations of the Christmas Dance were the result of long hours of hard work by the “Hi-Y’ers.” As the new semester opened, club members, their dates and friends held a ranch style dance. To help create better relationship and fellowship, both in the home and between members of the club, a Fat her-Son Banquet was held. The boys rounded out a full year with a “bang-up” spring outing, attended by a large majority of the members. 115 R w



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