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

 - Class of 1955

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Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 123 of 176
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Page 123 text:

Cheering Both Sides . . . First Row: CAROL MOORE, PRESIDENT, SHIRLEY FERGUSON, VICE PRESIDENT, BETTY BAYNE, SECRETARY, NANCY KEYES, TREASURER, MARY LINDA LEAGUE, PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN, Jimmy Edwards, Richard Stroupe, Julia Thomas. Second Row: Jackie Wiseley, Martha Russo, Phyllis Young, Norma Saul, Norma Routt, Judy Saul, Joyce Routt, Patty Rucker, Sue Ann Vest, Margaret Franklin. Third Row: Theda Draper, Peggy Blevins, Rosalie Mowles, Peggy Smiley, Gayle Morris, Faye Garst, Jane Bell, Mary Bishop, Faye Hensley. Fourth Row: Beverly Darden, Susan Hackman, Kimmie McCurdy, Nancy McManowoy, Cecilia Price, Nancy Moran, Barbara Carroll, Betty Pugh, Joyce Jones, Betty Caldwell, Sandra Atkins. Fifth Row: Janice Saunders, Connie Moulse, Brenda Shelton, Donna Ferguson, Barbara Cannon, Sue Hairston, Lucy Russell, Phyllis Lancaster, Nina Lee Bell, Susan Hardwick. Sixth Row: Janet Smith, Maslin Whitescarver, Carol Jean Hurt, Francine League, Betty McDonald, Jeannie Morrison, Katherine Russell, Joyce Beahm, Imogene Gallion, Anita Snyder. Seventh Row: Betty Jean Ashley, Meta Simpson, Linda Hartman, Vivian Sossaman, Shirley Mills, Dot Fretx, Gloria Powell, Gail Adams, Martha Bielke. Sylvia Belcher. BLUE TEAM Blue team, blue team, Strut your stuff! You’ve got a team That’s mighty tough. You knock them to the left. You knock them to the right. You stack them up high and You mow them down. So come on team, let’s go to town! VICTORY Victory! Victory! that’s our cry, V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Are we in it? Well, I guess. Salem High School! Yes! Yes! Yes! WOLVERINES Wolverines! Wolvernies! do your best, Win this game for S. H. S. With some pep and some steam We’ll walk away with the Jefferson team! SHOUT STUDENTS SHOUT There’s a reason for the coach, There’s a reason for the team, But there ain’t no reason why you can’t scream So, shout students shout, Hallelujah! Shout students shout, Hallelujah! Shout students shout, Hallelujah! Come on students, shout!

Page 122 text:

Stimulating School Spirit . . . j i.ysi fi|5j 1%’ -W H f r ■ ELyjl j Jfejdl W T ■■ First Row, Left to Right: Myra Wills, Phyllis Batten, Gayle Snider, Patty Boone, Nancy Donaldson, Glenda Fowler, Jo Ann Conklin, Carol Boley, Lucy Clem, Shirley Eubank. Second Row: Betty Mattern, Lucy Marshall, Pat Crowder, Joan Dickerson, Audrey Bower, Garnette Helvey, Margaret Ann Saunders, Carolyn Rakes, Conrad Dillon, Carlyle Kemp. Third Row: Ginnia Chapman, Carolyn Powell, Sylvia Whitt, Lewis Leffler, Mary Willis, Rockla Thompson, Joan Buhles, Nancy Hubbard, Janet Lile, Carolyn Brammer. Fourth Row: Centhia Haislip, Pat Dehart, Doris Price, Rose Spraker, Sandra Quick, Eleanor Gillenwater, Sue Spraker, Vicki Clark, Whitney Walton, Julie Christie. Fifth Row: Kay Henderson, Judy Jamison, Millie Ross, Elizabeth Diechmon, Joan Dickerson, Judy Keith, Patsy Lemon, Rita Wygal, Sylvia Thomas, Janice Clinedenst. Sixth Row: Mary Louise Trussed, Jo Ann Schwallenberg, Molly Leneaus, Charlotte Lilly, Carolyn Chapman, Betty Stone, Joyce Phlegar, Barbara Poff, Geraldine Byer, Judy Kilby. Seventh Row: Marie Baumgardner, Martha Hash, Helen Bowder, Carolyn Crosswhite, Bobby Paxton, Elaine Riley, Judy Lipes, Pat Tate, Jackie Willey, Trudy Wimmer. PEP CLUB The Pep Club has done much this year to stimulate school spirit. Their enthusiasm and pride have created a better understanding not only among students at Andrew Lewis, but also students from other schools. Their activities have been colorful, varied, and have helped contribute enjoyment to school life. For the first time this year, the Pep Club sponsored the Home-Coming Parade. All clubs were eligible to enter a float. First place went to the Y-Teens for their World Fellowship float. During the football season the club decorated the goal posts with school colors of both teams. At intermission time, they furnished all cheer¬ leaders with refreshments. Banners with “pep” slogans were posted on the Senior hall before each game. By promoting better sportsmanship, the club has helped the school learn how to be gracious in victory and proud in defeat. The cheerleaders, chosen in the spring, are mem¬ bers of the Pep Club. They introduce new yells and cheers. Always present at a game or pep rally, the members, supporting the team, add life and spirit. Some of the favorite cheers are Blue Team, Wolverines, Victory, and Shout Students Shout!



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Finding Fellowship On The Upward Climb . . . First Picture: At the annual induction service at the Y are (seated) LYNN GOODWIN, PRESIDENT, JIMMY GRESHAM, SECRETARY, John Hesmer, Richard Stroupe. (Front Row) Mr. Burly, Robert Rolley, Eddie Eades, Winston Plymale, Jimmy Cromer, Lewis Leffler, Carlyle Kemp, Walter Minter, Benny Flora, Wil¬ liam Musselman, MR. COFFMAN, SPONSOR. (Second Row) Warren Hankins, Richard Chappell. Second Picture: Seeing Paul Henson and Buddy Poole off to the Model General Assembly are Mac Sherrard, JOHN HESMER, VICE PRESIDENT, Billy Logan, Mr. Coffman, and Billy Garrett. HI-Y ‘ ‘I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord.” The members of the Andrew Lewis Hi-Y, living as they do among these changeless moun¬ tains, realize this and seek to develop and extend a solidity of faith and brotherhood, not only among themselves but throughout the whole school, and to develop themselves mentally, spiritually, and physically. To this aim, the club held frequent meetings at the Y. M. C. A., and took part in the District Tri-Hi-Y meeting in November and the Model General Assembly in March. They also held a Father-Son banquet in March. The warmth and friendliness as father and son enjoyed their informal meeting around the board was gratifying and refreshing. These activities all have this one aim, to try to give warmth and fellowship on our upward climb; if this has been accomplished, then the Hi-Y has served its purpose. 4 120 }

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