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 132 of 184
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OFFICERS Fred Martin, President Vernon Lee, Treasurer Ned Martin, Vice President Jimmy Bain, Reporter Charles Damewood, Secretary Galen Eller, Sentinel The accomplishments of the Andrew Lewis Chapter this year have been: August .Sent Beef Judging Team to Ivy Hill. September .Cared for school shrubs. Attended hog show at Valleydale Packers, Salem. October .Attended Atlantic Rural Exposition at Richmond. Held Federation Forestry Judging Contest. Sent Chapter representative to National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri. Had F. F. A.-F. H. A. get-together. November .Federation crop judging. Chapter farmer initiation. Chapter social with F. H. A. December .Initiation of Green Hands. Basketball Tournament—B-R-B. January .Handled seed order for Federation. February .Public Speaking and Degree Team Contests. March .Father-Son Banquet. Cared for forest project. April .Federation Dairy Judging Contest. Attended baby beef show at Neuhoff’s. School assembly program. May .Cared for bi-color lespedeza project. Planted bird patches for wildlife contest. June .Attended State F. F. A. Rally at V. P. I. F. F. A.-F. H. A. picnic, Bedford Lake. July .Midsummer meeting. Forestry Camp representatives. August .Attended F. F. A.-F. H. A. Camp at Smithfield, Virginia. Entries in Roanoke Fair. ■ A s§ mm 9 m -• mi •• ' ■V m . w First Row: Bobby Farrar, Jimmy Bain, Harlan Grubb, Fred Martin, Charles Damewood, Leon Martin, Galen Eller, Ralph Spraker, Jack Shelor Second Row: Mr. Peters, Tommy Morgan, Jimmy Garman, Sherman Garman, Walter Ferguson, Joe Wells, Ray Thomas, Russell Snyder, Eddie Ellers, Teddy Garman, Norris Dufy, Bennie Wertz, Billy Hughes, Mike Conner, Mr. Kinzie Third Row: Donald Moran, Bobby Puckett, Warren Brown, Harold Webb, Alan Taylor, Donald Hunt, Ned Martin, Eugene Barton, Glen Baker, George Carroll, James Light, Sonny Baird, Duke Perry, Ronnie Friar Fourth Row: Jimmy Clark, Cecil Lejfer, Clyde Blosser, Jerry Broyles, Minor Wirt, Wesley Wilson, Bernard Lemon, Paul Howell, Marshall Poff, Paul Muse, Arnold Manning, Jimmy Wright, John Wilks, Donnie Williams, Danny Wertz Fifth Row: William Largen, George Irby, Stuart Franklin, Vernon Lee, Danny Edwards, Pat Dotson, Jr., Garnie Huffman, Watson Simmons, Kenneth Sowder, Royce Koon, Kent Hurt, John Hurt, Donald Oaks

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M l ft t- - P WF V W « -,-v j First Row: Alex Gardner, Gene Hurt, Shirley Garst, Shirley Morgan, Sam Harvey Second Row: Marie Fralin, Frances Patton, Charlotte Yost, Jane Henson, Mary Jane Darnell, Dottie Paugh, Barbara Mills, Joyce Goode, Rosemary Wyant, M artha Morris , Shelby Lipps Third Row: Margie Ballard, MarthaPall, Deanna Doyle, Dorothy Slough, Frankie Norton, Dorothy Eller, Sylvia Minnix, Mary Harris, Mary Sue Hopkins, Pat Deyerle Fourth Row: Mrs. Waters, Betty Jean Monger, Jackie Lilly, Florence Robey, Mary Cook Kolmer, Peggy Senter, Marie Conrad, Peggy Wood, Shelby Martin, Miss Miller Fifth Row: Lucy Clem, Charles Damewood, Georgia Crazvford, Watson Mundy, Libby Foster, Dewey Clower, Wiley Via, Hazel Sirry, Eugene Sloan, Imogene Keyes, Loretta Starkey BETA CLUB OFFICERS Alex Gardner, President Gene Hurt, Vice President Shirley Garst, Recording Secretary Shirley Morgan, Corresponding Secretary Sam Harvey, Treasurer The members of the Beta Club are examples of student achievement. Membership in the Beta Club is one of the greatest honors given to a high school student. A great deal of study and work goes into securing membership. The Beta Club members are chosen because of outstanding character, scholastic achievement and leadership ability. The purpose of the club is to stimulate effort, reward achievement, and to encourage and assist its members in continuing their education beyond high school. The club has had many interesting activities this year. Among them was the Christmas dance which was co-sponsored by the Hi-Y and Science Clubs. They had a bake sale and the annual installation of new members in March. Then in April they elected two delegates to a National Beta Club Convention which is held yearly in Richmond. All in all, the club has had a very successful and interesting year. 2 { 127 }



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First Row: Janet Munsey, Carolyn Coleman, Betty Joe Harris, Head Majorette, Charlotte Jewel, Sandra Lucas Second Row: Anita Kelley, Betty Lou Reynolds, Priscilla Duke, Sue Ann Minnix, Waynetta Weeks, Dot Eller, Mary Ruth Suiter, John Hurt, Eugene Stemple Third Row: Claudine Dillon, Diana Thonisaon, June Hearin, Marilyn Little, Eddie Edes, Robert Staton, Aden Williams, Roy Stanford, Loretta Kidd, Anne Arthur Fourth Row: Donnie Williams, Kent Hurt, Billy Thomas, C. W. Cromer, Tommy Coffman, Richard Argabright, Joe Gibson, Sammy Clemens, Joe Moses, Mike Stober Fifth Row: Mr. Christensen, Director, Georgia Glass, Kay Waggoner, Becky Howard, Sue Reed, Nancy Richardson, Janet Russell, Frankie DeWolfe, Joan Caldwell, Nance Bowling Sixth Row: Richard Cornett, Carl Stump, Kenneth Mally, Billy Eldridge, Nancy Campbell, Rowena Holiday, Tommy Clemens, Jimmy Edwards Seventh Row: Pete Arthur, William Mussleman, Glen Tyler, Wallie Minter, Robert Roily, Joe Cabiness, Ronnie Gibson BAND Under the excellent leadership of Mr. L. Christensen, the Andrew Lewis Band has become one of the most important organizations at Andrew Lewis. The martial swing of our band added to the color and spirit of our football games not only in music, but in the picturesque drills which were presented at half time. The Andrew Lewis Band was one of the many bands honored with an invitation to play in the parade preceding the Pythian Bowl Football game. Soon after, they led the cheerleaders, Home- Coming King, Queen, Maid of Honor, and court, and other students in the Home-Coming Parade. Just as they were about to catch their breath, they were asked to be in the Roanoke Merchants’ Christmas Parade. Early in the spring, the band journeyed to the new Blacksburg High School to play in an as¬ sembly there. Later, band members ended their many hours of hard work with an excellent spring concert. iDers ended tneir many nours ot nard work witn an e j) C J 1

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