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Page 96 text:
Scaling The Heights First . . . Buddy Eakin, the President of Andrew Lewis Student Body, is very proud of the ‘ ‘cream of his crop ”, for they received top honors in athletic, literary, and scholastic fields. Edward St. Clair won first place in the Boys’ Biological Division of the Western Virginia Science Fair. Sam Harvey won the right to represent the high school in the District Group I Speaking Contest at Roanoke and tied with Martha Jane Hall for top scholastic honors. Paige Young proved to be the school’s top speaker, winning both the Armistice Day Speaking Contest and the school’s American Legion National Oratorical Contest. Paige finished second in the sixth district contest . The next four boys whose athletic abilities stood out as did their sportsmanlike conduct during the past year are Frank Francisco who received the Rotary Club Sportsmanship trophy; Kenny Norton, one of the state’s top scorers, who was selected for the second team All-State, and who won the Lions Club Outstanding Player Award; Milan Christley who was selected for All-City-County and Western District positions as football tackle; and Glenn Parr, our all-around athlete who was selected for the All-Western District Foot¬ ball and Basketball teams and received honorable mention for both state teams. Peggy Senter won Honorable Mention in the National Science Talent Search as well as first place in the Girls’ Physics Division of the Western Virginia Science Fair. Peggy also came out on top in the school’s annual Homemaking contest. Martha Jane Hall tied with Sam Harvey for Valedictorian of the Senior Class. Jane Henson was selected as the winner of the D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award. Karen Johnston received the Salem Jaycees Outstanding Youth Award given by the Salem Jaycees. Loretta Starkey was the winner of the school’s Distributive Education Speaking Contest. The Future Farmers of America Degree Team were: Fred M Barton, Dan Edwards, Danny Wertz, Royce Koon, Sonny Baird group won over seven schools in three counties; Roanoke, Be Standing, left to right: Royce Koon, Teddy Gorman, Fred Martin, Dan Edwards, Glen Baker, Wesley Wilson. Seated, left to right: Eugene Poff, Jr., and Ray Thomas. Barton, Danny Wertz, Marshall Glenn Baker, Marshall Poff, Eugene e Wertz, and Teddy Garman. This and Botetourt, and will compete he district contest, esley Wilson and Ray Thomas were en the honor of attending the National A Convention in Kansas City, Mis- by the Andrew Lewis Chapter, anny Wertz was the high Forestry dger in the seven-school Federation of v anoke, Botetourt, and Bedford Coun¬ ts. This contest is held yearly. Fred Martin, senior FFA member, re- tly won the chapter public speaking contest at Andrew Lewis. This is the second year he has done so. Also, he was one of three Andrew Lewis boys receiving the Virginia State Farmer Degree. This award is received by one boy out of every undred each year.
Page 98 text:
Voicing Student- Ideas . . . STUDENT COUNCIL Seated, Left to Right: Billy Manning, Janet Lile, Betty Lou Vinyard, Connie Duffy, CAROL MATTHEW S, VICE PRESIDENT, DOT ELLER, SECRETARY, MISS WEBB, ADVISOR, Carolyn Chapman, Richard Young. Standing: Jerry Wood, Buddy Poole, Jerry Thompson, Donna Ferguson, BUDDY EAKIN, PRESIDENT, SAM HARVEY, TREASURER, Dale Early, Jimmy Gore. The Student Council and the Class Council are the governing bodies of Andrew Lewis. Through these organizations the voice of the students is heard. The Student Council for this year has been one of the most active in recent years. Under the leadership of Buddy Eakin and with the guidance of Miss Webb, many worth¬ while projects have been completed. In November, the District Convention was held in Salem, with representatives from twenty-two schools present. The other achievements of the Student Governing Body included the establishing of a weekly devotional period, the aiding of orientation of new pupils, and the virtual completion of a much needed Hl|ww ll Alii m Mism m W sWL v L 0 iflifa PH IP fi» TbUT handbook. The main function of the Class Council is the providing of a connect¬ ing link between the Student Council and the individual homerooms. These two councils are truly the means by which the students express their ideas concerning school affairs. CLASS COUNCIL First Picture, First Row, left to Right: Betty Ashley, Mike Smith, Betty McDonald, Frank Sellers, Huntley Houck, Shirley Mills. Second Row: Muriel Ferguson, Ann Henson, Don Clower, Margie Williams, Franklin O ' Beirne, Theda Draper, Signe Young, Charlie Logan, Ashton Rudd. Third Row: Greg Wroniewiez, Jerry Umberger, Sammy Litton, David Gibson, Danny Dunman, Wayne Blount, Glen Thornhill, Elkton Birch, Bobby Hodge. Fourth Row: Garland Craun, Joe Ferguson, Creed Frazier, Jerry Thompson, Wessley Patterson, Ralph Burcham, Paul Henson, Kenny Norton, Buddy Poole. Second Picture, First Row: Susa n Hackman, Marie Harter, Nancy Keyes, Dot Fritz, Betty Jean Ashley, Barbara Cannon, Dot Eller, Sam Harvey, Janie Saunders, Theda Draper, Beverly Darden. Second Row: Larry Clark, John Paul Moore, Frank Sellers, Jimmy Edwards, Hugh Bainter, Dale Early, Douglas Blount, Wessley Patterson.
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