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

 - Class of 1955

Page 99 of 176

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 99 of 176
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Page 99 text:

Meeting New Friends—Real and Fictitious . . . LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club believes that books are “the minds, hearts, and voices of the past,” making us heirs to the good things of the human race. It is through this belief that the members of the Library Club and Staff assist the student body and faculty of Andrew Lewis in gaining some¬ thing of value in enjoyable or informative reading. In order to make their thoughts li ve and to make students and faculty libraiy con¬ scious, the club members have had various activities. During Book Week, the members of the club entertained the faculty with a tea. Posters, new books, and other dis¬ plays publicized Book Week. Throughout this week, the members attempted to in¬ terest the students and faculty in literature. In February, the Club gave a tea for the members and the Library Staff. The club members took several tours through other libraries, including one to the Roanoke Public Library. Top Picture, First Row, Left to Right: Gaynelle Simpson, BARRY GOODWIN, TREASURER, FREDA GARMAN, SECRETARY, DAVID GIBSON, PRESIDENT, GAYE STANLEY, VICE PRESIDENT, Evelyn Boaz. Second Row: Delores Emerson, Bill McGannon, Mary Sue Hilton, Norma Fink, Conrad Dillon, Ned Hayes, John Paul Moore, Jerry Tuttle, Peggy Lovern, June Henderson, Lane Wright. Third Row: Connie Booher, Arlene Bohon, Steven Greene, Jimmy Neal, Glenn Thornhill, Barbara Light, Carol Harris. Bottom Picture, First Row: Pat Peters, Gayle Snider, Carolyn Chapman, Jean Morrison. Second Row: Lester Starnes, Joan Schwallenberg, Winston Plymole, Ronnie Frier, Dorothy Akers, Delores Willis, Jannette Witt, Betty Wilcher, Nancy Keyes, Shelba Hartman, Adelene Craighead, Alberta Henderson. Third Row: Tommy Carroll, Fred Hubbard, Alwood Williams.

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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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rlicC fa w A + s s . »j Enriching Our Lives First Row, Left to Right: Myra Wills, Elizabeth Winslow, JANE HENSON, PRESIDENT, Sue Stanley, Clara Lewis, Mildred Perry. Second Row: Jo Buhles, DORIS CUNDIFF, SECRETARY, Rockla Thompson, Geraldine Byer, Martha Hash, Mary Ruth Suiter, Mar¬ garet Crosswhite, Carolyn Barnett. Third Row: Jack Minnix, Frank Carroll, Larry Desper, Paige Young, JOE FERGUSON, TREASURER, Emory Bogel, Milan Christley, Buddy Eakin. CHOIRS “Music is the art of the prophets, the only art that can calm the agitations of the soul; it is one of the most magnificent and delightful presents God has given us.”—Luther. JUNIOR CHOIR First Row, Left to Right: FAY HENSLEY, VICE PRESIDENT, Elaine Gardner, Ella Jean Wright, Gertrude Garrett, Glenda Fowler, MARIE HARTER, SECRETARY, Cynthia Butts, Pat Howard. Second Row: Barbara Poff, Peggy Smiley, Doris McBride, Barbara Oyler, Betty Murphy, Harriette Harris. Third Row: Donald Turman, Jimmy Gresham, Larry Connor, Lloyd Case, Patty Boone, Frankie DeWolfe, Bess Martin, PAGE CLARK, TREASURER, Lucy Russell, Sue Anderton, Kimmie McCurdy.

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