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

 - Class of 1954

Page 136 of 184

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 136 of 184
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FINIS The embers are dying. My stories are done. The battles are finished, and so, they fade away, back, back, into silent ages, until, someday, they are told again. This scroll also fades into history, though not into obscurity, for this is a record of living people, not mythological characters, of people who have actually lived and acted, and since it is such, it will have life. Though the pages may become yellow and musty, the binding lose its grip, and the cover become faded and worn, these deeds and we people will not fade, for these years have left their imprint, and moulded and polished us, and since they have done such things, they will live, in the imprints we make on others, who will follow, for we know that they have been valuable, else we also have had no value, for we are inescapably connected with them. Now, we harried scribes lay down our pens and pencils; the ink dries on this chronicle of the year of richness and activity, the year of the Class of ’54. { 132 }§ -

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OFFICERS Karen Johnston, President Warren Hankins, Vice President Mary Ruth Suiter, Secretary Buddy Williams, Treasurer Donny Williams, Reporter Carolyn Coleman, Song Leader » 4-H CLUB x The 4-H’s, Heart, Hand, Head, and Health, and the club motto “To Make the Best Better” are symbolic of the fine work the members of the Club do. Everyday these members do their best to improve their homes, community, and nation. This year, the Andrew Lewis Chapter of the National 4-H Club has a larger enrollment than any other 4-H Club in Roanoke County, Each year the Club participates in school, community, and county projects. This year the com¬ munity project was health. I11 participating in this program, they placed second in the County-Wide Bate Elimination Campaign. Several members of the Club also took part in the County Talent Show. In observance of National 4-H Club Week, exhibits were displayed in the school and the com¬ munity by the members. The Club is proud of Karen Johnston, who won a trip to Chicago to the National 4-H Congress as the State winner in Farm and Home Safety, and of Eddie Fields, District winner in Farm and Home Electric. At present, eleven members belong to the County Honor Club. They are: Karen Johnston, Mary Ruth Suiter, Pat LaGrande, Shirley Ferguson, Warren Hankins, Donnie Williams, Buddy Williams, Louise Gross, Judy Arrington, Eddie Fields, and Wayne Garst. ■{ 131 }I



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