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v . i -v T a mam Yum! Yum! There will be no food going to waste with Susan Hackman, Dewey Lemons, Larry Bronson, and Bobby Den¬ nis around. With Christmas on the way we find Theda Draper, Barbara Patterson, Shirley Rierson, Phyllis Batten, Mary Linda League, Rosa¬ lie Mowles, and Sue Stanley busy making holiday can¬ dles. Pat Darden, Jeanette Witt, David Ames, Carolyn Brammer, and Jerry Pitt¬ man seem to be discussing a very interesting topic on The Andrew Lewis Hour. One holiday activity of the Senior Choir is the traditional Christmas carol¬ ing through the halls.
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Most Personality Theda Draper Emory Bogle Friendliest Rowena Holliday Dickie Cornett Cutest Fred Repass Phyllis Batten Most Creative Pat Darden Corinna Sheppard Best School Spirit Nancy Donaldson Jimmy Edwards
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i L j ' ' f Ml j f f! I If J r! | jff 1 1 1 1 | M Ronnie Ingoe, secretary, Janet Lile, treasurer, Bobby Allen, president, Julie Thomas, vice-president Junior Class Just think! Here we are Juniors! Our life at Andrew Lewis has really been exciting! Our class enjoys the privilege of sponsoring the Christmas Dance and the Junior-Senior Prom, the highlight of the Junior activities. The profit from A. L. buttons, a new project, has helped us to sponsor many activities. The “lively” Seventeen Hop, enjoyed by many students, was sponsored by us. Of all our many duties the most strenuous is that of sweeping the Junior hall to keep old A. L. clean. Not a speck of dust can be found! We are really proud of our “broom-pushers” . . . between now and the spring session of our Senior year, we shall be investigating colleges until we find the right one for us. Whether our vocation is to be a teacher, secretary, homemaker or engineer, a college education is essential. . . When we were in the eighth grade our goal was that of senior, when we were freshmen our goal was that of senior, when we were sophomores our goal was that of senior, now, as juniors, we are closer to that goal than ever before. 4 5 w J-
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