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Page 104 text:
Tradere Lampada Vitae . . . SODALITAS LATINA Officers Pontifex Maximus, Dale Early, Aedile, Lucy Russell, Patrician Consul, Rowena Holliday, Plebeian Consul, Jerry Thompson, Tribune, Mary Linda League, Censor, Martha Morris, Quaestor, Sam Harvey. Praetor, Julia Thomas, Provincial Governor, Karen Johnston. Sponsor. Miss Annie Virginia Cook. PROVINCIALS Lucy Bette Clem, Sammie Clemons, Tommy Clemons, Connie Crosswhite, Theda Draper, Buddy Eakin, Dale Early, Joe Ferguson, Glenda Fowler, Frank Francisco, Mary Gallion, Wanda Garst, Lynn Goodwin, Nayota Gusler, Maurice Hancock, Marie Harter, Sam Harvey, Jane Henson, Kelly Hillenburg, Nancy Hubbard, Karen Johnston, Pete McGue, Watson Mundy, Jack Painter, Peggy Senter, Carroll Sue Sink, Douglas Vaughan, Betty Lou Vinyard. PATRICIANS Sara Ahalt, Anne Arthur, Hugh Bainter, Lizzie Ballard, Jeanne Ballator, Drew Barden, Travie Ann Barnes, Arnold Barr, Phyllis Batten, Carol Bowden, Helen Bowden, Nancee Bowling, Dan Brogan, Ralph Burcham, Cynthia Butts, Joan Caldwell, Walter Chapman, Page Clark, Dickie Cornett, Deanna Doyle, Louise Eakin, Jimmy Edwards, Dorothy Eller, Nettie Marie Fralin, Dorothy Furrow, Faye Garst, Joe Gibson, Iris Gieser, Bill Goodwin, Carolyn Greiner, Susan Hackman, Sue Hairston, Martha Jane Hall, Harriette Harris, Faye Hensley, Paul Henson, John Hesmer, Fred Hoback, Rowena Holliday, Betty Howard, Pat Howard, Butch Hurt, Charlotte Jewell, Regina Jobe, Jimmy Jones, Joyce Jones, Iris Jordan, Kate Kegley, Virginia Kilby, Bob LaGarde, Mary League, Clara Lewis, Jacquelyn Lilly, Shelby Lipps, Burks Logan, Betty Mattern, Carol Matthews, Doris McBride, Kimmie McCurdy, Gayle Morris, Martha Anne Morris, Edith Mottley, Sally Nicar, Shelby Palmer, Wessley Patter¬ son, Randolph Peters, Buddy Poole, Virginia Price, Lucy Russell, Ed Sanders, Donald Shorter, Peggy Smiley, Shelby Smith, Edward St. Clair, Mary Ruth Suiter, Martha Tarter, Barbara Taylor, Marion Thomason, Penn Whitescarver, Margie Williams, Libbv Winslow, Jacqueline Wiseley, Frank Wood. PLEBEIANS Bobby Allen, Judy Arrington, Montrann Beard, Evelyn Boaz, Carol Bolev, Richard Boyd, William Cecil, Richard Chappell, Jack Chappell, Ginnia Chapman, Tommy Coffman, Larry Conner, Amy Cramer, Morris Cregger, Allen Cross, Carolyn Crosswhite, Jimmy Cromer, Elizabeth Deichmann, Galen Eller, Norman Eugene Fink, Howard Fitzgerald, Clinton Flowers, Charlotte Fulton, Buddy Futrell, Imogene Gallion, Bobby Garbett, Elaine Gardner, Frank Garst, David Gibson, Dewey Goode, Nicky Goodman, Susan Grant, Glynn Greer, Cynthia Haislip, Warren Hankins, Carl Harris, Martha Hash, Kay Henderson, Judy Jamison, Charles Jennings, Watson King, Phyllis Lancaster, Molly Lenaeus, Billy Logan, Ashton Lough, Sallie Miller, Joan Overton, Beth Poole, Cecilia Price, Jerry Reavis, Fred Repass, James Repass, Betty Reynolds, Billy Roberts, Milly Ross, Barbara Ruble, Patricia Rucker, Martha Russo, Margaret Saunders, Lindsay Sheahan, Eugene Stemple, Meta Simpson, Betty Smallwood, Anita Snyder, Duward Starkey, Richard Stroupe, Betty Thomas, Julia Thomas, Jerry Thompson, Alvin Vaughn, Francis Wagner, Don Whitlock, Betty Wilcher, Buddy Williams, Jerry Wood, Billie Young, Charles Young, Byron Yost.
Page 103 text:
Visualizing, Hearing . . . Standing, Left to Right: Jerry Umberger, Duke Perry, Aubrey Loyd, Kenneth McNeil, Lloyd Case, Irving Hall, Robert Stump. Seated: Jerry Pittman, Maurice Hancock, Jackie Walter, Mr. Harless, Luther Vann. Visual Education In this age of ever-increasing knowledge and variety, many departments have been created to lead students onward into specific fields of work. The Audio-Visual Depart¬ ment, working behind the scenes, is one of these departments prominent in its work at Andrew Lewis. The boys who are members of this department receive valuable training in the use of speaker systems, movie projectors and recordings; and they also gain much back-stage train¬ ing. The boys give up their study periods to aid the teachers and other students in their education by showing motion pictures. Under the capable leadership of Mr. Ed Harless, the department also plays an important part in putting on the assembly programs by handling the lights and setting up sound equipment, movie projectors, and slide projectors.
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Passing On The Torch Of Life “Tradere lampada vitae,” to carry on the torch o± life, is the motto of the Sodalitas Latina. As the Provincials rest, the Patricians labor and the Plebeians struggle, the Latin Club endeavors to uphold this motto. However, it is not all work and no play. The year began with the annual business meeting in October. The social highlight of the year was the faculty picnic at Long- wood, where both students and teachers enjoyed themselves. For the first program of the year the members of the Virgil Class gathered their wits and presented a play, “The Football Rally on Mount Olympus.” The other classes alternated and presented their programs at separate meetings. Each year, the members of the Latin Club present the Easter Pageant, which portrays scenes from the life of Christ and the Crucifixion. The part of Christ is portrayed by the senior whom the club chooses. The May Dance, which is the first spring dance of the school year, was sponsored by the Latin Club. The Queen and at¬ tendants of the May Court were also chosen by the members of the Latin Club. These are the highlights of the Sodalitas activities for the year 1954-55, which has indeed been a prosperous year. The Off-Beats and members of Miss Cook ' s Virgil Class take a bow after entertaininq the Latin Club. To the rhythm of the Off-Beats and the " Rah! Rah! " of the cheerleaders. Dot Eller, Rowena Holliday, Deanna Doyle, and Jackie Lilly perform a Snake Dance during a skit presented by the Virqil Class.
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