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

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ANDREW LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL JO " 3o £rl , UV»-A XA lCl Y- cA . .? . Ov% feo , WA v) OJL W k o- VA U W ' xM. og35r v -u V 4 C A 0 C c a xW Sjfe, Vu ' o • - — Mr CWA -rx ulOuvJ rTX -A iuxrSL. o ' Yn Ya 1- v A T igitizedby W HteHf ArGHi e k in 20l with funding from LYRASIS and LY6AS IS Members £ A y li X1L v$ -tku V ‘ S-C-c A https: archive.org details pioneerthe1959andr MEMORIES IN OUTLINE Published by ANDREW LEWIS HIGH SCHOOL Annual Staff SALEM, VIRGINIA Co-Editors: CAROLYN CHAPMAN TRUDY WIMMER Business Manager: JIMMY GRESHAM Advisors: Miss MARY SUE DEAN Mrs. MARY M. RASH 2 r - eO § -ip 1-0 k D 9- PO 0 vjoaiX 4 - -cAL5 O V O li aJ « V I INSTRUCTORS Pages 8-15 II CLASSES Pages 16-59 III ATHLETICS Pages 60-77 IV ACTIVITIES Pages 78-117 V FEATURES Pages 118-139 VI ADVERTISERS Pages 140-179 -» v — ►i T) =U cx FORWARD From beginning to end, we outline our school year. Opened before you, the pages reveal hidden memories which might otherwise be forgotten. Relived in silhouettes are the pleasant hours of ’58-’59. Work and pleasure are combined to paint a picture com¬ plete in outline. .Activities, experiences, and school work are all summarized. Recaptured in these pages is the spirit of each moment. D esigned with you, our school, in mind, we present the Pioneer of 1959. 4 DEDICATION D E D I C A T E Because you . . . eserve a memorable token of our appreciation, ncourage each of us when our problems become difficult, isplay warm friendliness and understanding at all times, nspire us to seek higher goals and to plan for the future with wisdom, ounsel with us in your busiest moments in order that our problems might become lighter, ppreciate and praise the honors the students bring to our school, ie together the student body, faculty, and administration into one happy family, ndeavor to put us first and to make our days at Andrew Lewis ones that will never be forgotten . . . We, the staff of 1958—59, devotedly dedicate our PIONEER to you, our principal, Mr. DeWITT T. MILLER ' STUDENT COUNCIL Bob Hunt, President of the Student Council, conducts a meeting of the Student Council officers. Left to Right are: Joyce Eversole, Secretary; Bob, Anne Crouch, Vice-President; and Elton Birch, Treasurer. PURPOSE: 1. Striving to represent student body well 2. Conducting projects for benefit of majority ACTIVITIES: 1. Meeting every school day 2. Painting letters on aisle-seats in auditorium 3. Handling printing of student directory 4. Sponsoring first hop 5. Conducting devotions on Friday mornings in auditorium 6. Appointing h all guides during lunch periods 7. Distributing copies of Student Government Constitution to all homerooms 8. Collecting Blue Horse wrappers from students Members of the Student Council are: FIRST ROW, L. to R., Seniors — Betty McDonald, Joyce Routt, Bob Hunt, Joyce Eversole, Elton Birch. SECOND ROW, Juniors — Dottie Bush, Richard Paugh, Anne Crouch, Miss Webb, Sponsor. THIRD ROW, Sophomores — Tommy Robertson, Mona Thornhill, Bob Blankenbaker. FOURTH ROW, Freshmen — Wayne Hall, Phyllis Gilley. FIFTH ROW, Eighth Grade -— Tommy Holliday, Candy Minton. 6 CLASS COUNCIL The Class officers are: Carol Jean Hurt, Jimmy Gresham, Wayland Over- street, Anne Crouch, Elizabeth McClung, Malinda Sayers, Paul Wiley, Donna Brugh, Venona Musser, David Moran, Susan Rikard, Micky Grant, Shirley Dulaney, Judy Cundiff, Mamcy Garrett, Connie Vecellio, Sally Tate, George Logan. PURPOSE: 1. Connecting link between Student Council and homerooms ACTIVITIES: 1. Aiding in all Student Council projects 2. Meeting every Tuesday morning at homeroom period REPRESENTATION: 1. Consisting of the four officers of each class and all homeroom presidents FIRST ROW — Left to Right — Sophomores: Carolyn Elmore, Jackie Hudson, Starr Per- row, and Mona Thornhill. Seniors: Ronnie Conner, Joyce Routt, Muriel Ferguson, Huntley Houck, Clarence Tarpley. SECOND ROW — Sophomores: Donna Brugh, Susan Spickard, Venona Musser, and Joe Bounds. Juniors: Charles Suitor, Alex McNeil, Sonny Tarpley, Lula Downey, Ruth Bohon, Danny Clark. STANDING — Freshmen and 8th Grade: Paula Lar¬ son, Audrey Doyle, Susan Chapman, Sally Tate, Betsy Stokes, Wanda Price, Allison Watts, Robin Grant, Tommy King, Rita Leonhardt, Carter Melton, Bobby Saul, Luther Duncan R. M. Goodwin, Jerry Barnett. 7 ■ Bl m tm I INSTRUCTORS Inspire students to do their best. N ever cease to lend a willing hand. Strength through a hard-working group. T ogether they work for the students’ benefit. R eady and willing to give advice. U nderstand our many and varied problems. C afeteria staff prepares the best. T eachers help keep our rating high. O ffice staff helps school run smoothly. R endering faithful service, our assistant principal directs. Stern, but with kindness, our principal guides. 9 Mr. JAMES PETERS Mr. DeWITT MILLER Assistant Principal Principal 10 ANDREW LEWIS GUIDANCE COMMITTEE FRONT ROW: Mrs. Gladys Gillespie; Miss Pauline Webb; Mrs. Forrest Smith, Dean of Students; Mrs. Mildred Chap¬ man, Eighth Grade Co-ordinator; and Mrs. Opal Keffer. SECOND ROW: Coach Hal Johnston; Mr. DeWitt Miller, Principal; and Mr. Otha St. Clair. THE PURPOSES ARE: 1. to guide students in the vocations they should choose 2. to assist students in choosing a suitable college 3. to conference with and aid students in their personal problems, and 4. to discipline those who go against Andrew Lewis rules and standards. Mrs. Smith, Dean of students at Andrew Lewis, is counseling with Mary Faulkerson. To guide the students, is one of Mrs. Smith’s most important duties. BODY — DEEDS — LONG Our very efficient office staff consists of Mrs. Peggy Body, Mrs. June Long and a student, Carolyn Deeds, who is working under the V. O. T. Mrs. Margaret Bailey M iss Melba Calaway Mrs. Sue Banner Mrs. Mildred Chapman Mrs. Evelyn Blake Mrs. Dorthea Chick Mrs. Marge Bowman Mr. Paul Colley Mr. Raymond Bussard Mr. H. M. Copenhaver FACULTY , . Jfr. James Peters Mrs. Alice Coulter Mr. John Crawford Mrs. Nancy Davidson Miss Mary Sue Dean Mrs. Alice Dunwody Mr. Charles Echols Mr. Joe Fields Mrs. Bertha Fisher Mrs. Gladys Gillespie Miss Mary Goodwin Miss Claudia Grider Mrs. Julia Hylton Mrs. Mary Hackman Mrs. Lillian Jennings Mr. DeWitt T. Miller Miss Mildred Kidd Mr. Dick Miley Mrs. Nancy Kolmer Miss Dorothy Miller Mr. Ken Harper Mr. Hal Johnston Miss Sue Leetch Mrs. Lake Newton Mrs. Linnae Hedgbeth Mrs. Opal Keffer Mrs. Sally Hood Miss Doris Kelly H 0 tx J V J ft i A A V [V L V J-.k rA ry rJ ' Me u tW u Ur i M i ' V ' Miss Mary Jane Maxwell Mrs. Dematris Meador Mr. David Nickerson Miss Dorothy O ' Dell Miss Jane Painter Mr. Dan Richards Mrs. Mary Parrish Mr. Otha St. Clair Mr. Bob Patterson Mr. Murphy Scott Miss Elsie Proffitt Mr. Harry Simmers Mrs. Mary Rash Mrs. Forrest Smith FACULTY Mr. Joe Swink Mr. Dick Thomas Miss Carol Torrance Mrs. Marian Walawski Mrs. Edna Weeks Mrs. Elsie Wertz Mr. Frank Williams Miss Mary Wright Miss Pauline Webb CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Bailey, faculty supervisor, is buying a brownie from Mrs. Hale, cafeteria manager. Service with a smile! Mrs. Edwards places pics within easy reach for all the hungry students. Hot biscuits! Mrs. Ferguson certainly can bake good biscuits! Mrs. Francisco is preparing the plate lunches with the help of Shclva Conner. Mrs. Richardson is serving her specialty, — cherry pic. Seems as if Mary Bratton is cooking one of those good stews. 15 “What’s cooking?” Looks like Ruth Kyle might know the answer to that! II CLASSES C heerful seniors are joyous as they near the end of their journey, but realize there is still much to be learned. L aughing juniors are happy in their life at Andrew Lewis. A ctive sophomores are well into the swing of school life. Sprightly freshmen are acquiring a greater sense of importance as they begin their journey upward. Shy eighth graders are finding it fun to be a part of Andrew Lewis. E njoyment of being with friends from day to day will be a cherished memory through the years. Seniors, juniors, sophomores, freshmen, and eighth graders are brought closer together by working in the classrooms. 17 O those themes! Researching for the facts — Carol Jean Hurt and Alfred Barr use the dictionary, while Connie Yates finds help from one of Mrs. Fisher’s books. Signe Young is helping Jimmy Holtman on the footnotes! Miss Webb ' s sixth period chemistry class gingerly heats test tubes containing chemicals which they hope won ' t explode. Gosh! These questions on the A.C.E. test really make us Sopho¬ mores think. Miss Thomason’s public speaking class grins in approval as Anne Garvin presents her humor¬ ous speech. „ ; ■ _ ,% 4 1 € | ■ JV ' 1 Ml Miss Grider returns a student’s paper in this hard-working history class has assigned research this time? The library is really a great help at these times, isn’t it? A large portion of the student body listens attentively during Friday morning devotions. world of little creatures. Parents my dau their children do during the dayat school. “Is knowledge to broaden its dr. Patterson’s biology class observes aquatic life in the aquarium f the animal kingdom. j Marty Sherrard regales Mr. St. Clair’s civics class with her weekly current events report, Mrs. Waters’ second period geometry class concentrates on the problem in the book while Ronnie Conner has a session with Mrs. Gillespie, Senior academic advisor. Miss Thomason’s diligent drama class is making replicas of heraldic shields for one of its many pro¬ ductions. Id ' V, ' Lewis fans look on as possible touchdown pass is blocked late in 4th period of Jefferson-A.L. game. Trying to appear studious, Miss Cook’s Virgil class struggles through the first chapter of the Aeneid. |WA 1 J i«pPPr r l ' r J y j l W f m v mg ? fjg ' II ,. 1 A. SENIORS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ORMAN WAYLAND OVERSTREET JAMES CARLTON GRESHAM, Jr. CAROL JEAN HURT BETTY LOUISE ARRINGTON Wayland Jimmy Carol Jean Betty Seniors of ’59 summarize their year at A. L. E njoyment goes hand-in-hand with education. N ew interests, ideas, and activities are ahead. Impressions have influenced our character. O pportunity is the open door for us as graduates. R eflections from the mirror of our years at A. L. we see. Standing on the summit of the first peak, we look toward the future. 24 LOU ANN ANDREWS Lou Ann MILDRED ANNE BALL Millie GORDON MADISON BAILEY Gordon ROSE ANN BARR Rose Ann MARJORIE ANN BAYSE Margie BARBARA JEAN BELCHER Barbara CLASS OF ’59 CAROLYN JOYCE BELL CLARENCE ELTON BIRCH Carolyn Elton WILMER ALLAN BLANKENBAKER, Jr. Allan AUBURN WESLEY BLACK Auburn CONNIE MARIE BOOHER Connie WARREN CALVIN BOOTH, Jr. Jackie ROBERT NANCE BRADLEY Smo JERRY ANN BRICKEY Jerry JUDITH ELLEN BROWN Judy LINDA RAY BROWN Linda MARGARET LOUISE BROWN Margaret HOWARD ULYSSESS BUTTS Howard WILBER BERTIE BYER Wilber SHELBY JEAN CAMPER Shelby HARRY LEE CANNON Harry SENIORS HILDA ANNE CATES JUDY FRANCES CHANDLER CAROLYN ELIZABETH Hilda ] u dy CHAPMAN Carolyn NEIL EDWARD CHURCHILL Neil RONALD EUGENE CONNER Ronnie SHIRLEY ANN CRAWFORD Shirley CHARLES WATSON CROMER C.W. CYNTHIA ELIZABETH CROSSWHITE Beth JOYCE ANN CUNDIFF Joyce WILLIAM LEE DAIL Bill BEVERLY DARDEN Bev FRANCES ELAINE DAUGHTERY Frances ELIZABETH STRATTON DAWSON Betsy CAROLYN ANGELA DEEDS Carolyn ELIZABETH KAY DEYERLE Betsy Kay CONRAD WOOTSON DILLION Conrad CLASS OF ’59 HARRY WAYNE DIXON Harry VIRGINIA ANNA DONNELY SAMUEL TURNER DOYLE Virginia Sammy BARBARA ANN DUNCAN Barbara DANNY CARSON DUNMAN Danny LARRY MONROE EARLY Larry CONSTANCE EUGENIA EDWARDS Connie RICHARD GENE ELMORE Gene WILLIAM STERLING EMORY Billy ELIZABETH JEAN EUNSON Jean JOYCE ANN EVERSOLE Joyce MARY ELIZABETH FAULKERSON Mary Elizabeth MURIEL FRANCES FERGUSON Muriel REBECCA SUSAN FERGUSON Sue CAROLYN JO FINNIGAN Carolyn BARRY NELSON FIREBAUGH Barry CLASS OF ’59 ROBERT ORVAL GARMAN ROBERT BANKS GARST Orval Banks REID ASHBY GARST Reid SANDRA LEE GAULDIN Sandra FRED RUTHFORD GEARHEART Rudy CAROLYN MARGARET GOODE Carolyn JOHN PIERPOINT GOODWIN John CATHERINE LOREN GRAY Catherine ROGER WAYNE GRAY Roger RICHARD FARROR GRAYBILL Dick EDGAR RUSSELL GRESHAM Sonny GERALD LEON GROSS Gerald CHRISTOPHER ROBERT GRUBB Bobby MARVIN LEE GRUBB Marvin GRACE RUTH GUNTER Grace SENIORS RICHARD LEE HARDISON Richard EDWARD HARRISON Ed WESLEY TERREL HARTMAN Wesley CAROLYN SUE HAWKINS Sue RUTH ALLENE HELMS Allene MARY SUE HILTON Mary Sue ANN CAROLYN HINSON Ann CHARLES VANLEAR HOBACK Van RONALD JULION HODGES Ronnie CHARLES MAURICE HOLLIFIELD Maurice JAMES WHITNEY HOLTMAN Jimmy HUNTLEY BRACKETT HOUCK Huntley SENIORS NITA DAWN HOWERY LARRY DOUGLAS HUGHES ROBERT HUFFORD HUNT PAUL EDWARD HYLTON| Nita Larry Bob Paul BARBARA ANN JACKSON Barbara GLENWOOD JONSON Glenny JERRY DOUGLAS JOHNSTON Jerry MARGARET INEZ JONES Margaret THOMAS WESLEY KANODE T om JUDY CATHERINE KEITH Judy JAMES CHARLES KIDD James JUDITH ANN KILBY Judy DAVID LAVINDER KINSEY David WAYNE WEBB LAYMAN Wayne FRANCINE MARGARET LEAGUE Fran MARTHA LEE Martha CLASS OF ’59 GEORGE ROSS LEMON PATRICIA JEAN LEMON SELENA ELIZABETH LEONHARDT JUDY ANN LIPES George Patsy Selena Judy SARAH ALICE LOCKROW Sally YVONNE STARR LOVE Bonnie JANE ELLEN LOWE Jane ELIZABETH MILLS McDONALD Betty JAMES EDWARD McNEIL Jimmy PATRICIA LYNN MANOR Pat MARJORIE ANN MARSINKO Margie DALE LEROY MARTIN Dale DOROTHY SMILEY MARTIN Dorothy ILEADA ROSE MATHENA Ileada CONNIE MOULSE MATTOX Connie PAUL THOMAS MAY Butch CLASS OF ’59 CECELIA JANE MINNIX DANIEL DEAN MINNIX CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH MONROE Cecelia Danny Punk BRANCEN JAN MOORE Brancen BRENDA LOU MOORE Brenda LYNN CRAWFORD MORAN Lynn DOROTHY JEAN MORRISON Jeannie MARGARET PHYLLIS MOSES Phyllis HELEN MARIE MOTTLEY Helen ELLEN Mt.CASSELL Ellen MARY JANE MURPHY Mary Jane MARGARET CAROL MYERS Carol LAWRENCE THOMAS NASH Junior DEWEY GRANT NESTER Dewey HELEN MABEL NEWTON Mabel SENIORS CARL GLENN NORMAN JOYCE MARIE PATTERSON MELISSA ANN PETERS Carl Joyce Ann JANICE MARIE POLSTER Janice DELORES ANN PRICE Delores SHELBY JEAN QUESENBERRY Shelby CAROLYN ANN RAKES Carolyn WILMA JEAN REESE Wilma ALEXANDER CORNETT RUDY Alexander SHIRLEY ANN RICHARDSON Shirley ROBERTA ELAINE RIELEY Elaine JUNE ELIZABETH ROBERTSON June JAMES WESLEY RORER Jimmy CHARLOTTE JOYCE ROUTT Joyce MARTHA JANE SAUNDERS Janie SENIORS FRANK BARRY SELLERS BRENDA GALE SHELTON MARTHA REED SHERRARD WILLIAM JOE SHORTER Frank Brenda Marty Joe DAVID HARRISON SLOANE David JANET LEE SMITH Janet MICHAEL EUGENE SMITH Mike EDRIE MARGARET SPEED Edrie KELLER ATHLYN S PR AKER Athlyn REBECCA LEE STANLEY Becky CALLIE RUTH STEVENS Ruth CAROLE SUE St. CLAIR Carole Sue CURTIS WAYNE TALIFERRO Wayne JAMES BALLANTYNE TANEY Jimmy CLARENCE LEE TARPLEY Clarence PATRICIA ANN TATE Pat CLASS OF ’59 GENE ANTHONY TAYLOE MARGARET ANN TAYLOR FRANK EDWARD THOMAS GLENN OSWALD THORNHILL Tony Margaret Frank Glenn PHILLIP WILLIAM TILLMAN Phillip CLARK EDISON VANDERGRIFT Clark THERESA ANN VERNA Theresa JAMES DEWEY WEBB Jimmy WILLIAM ROBERT WEINBERG Bill BARBARA AUTTA WERTZ Barbara WANDA FAY WHEELER Fay FRANK CAMERON WILEY Cammie DOUGLAS MERVIN WILLY Doug JACQUELINE WILLEY Jackie JAMES ALWOOD WILLIAMS Alwood ANN CAROLYN WILSON Carolyn SENIORS GERTRUDE LARUE WIMMER FRANCES ELIZABETH WIRT ROSE ANN WIRT DONNA MAYE WOOD Trudy Frances Rose Donna JULIA LANE WRIGHT Lane EMILY CONSTANCE YATES Connie RICHARD GLENN YOUNG Richard SIGNE LANCASTER YOUNG Signe MARGARET IDELLA ZEIGLER Margaret ALFRED LEWIS ZIMMERMAN Alfred Curtain time finds Elton Birch, Carol Jean Hurt, and Huntley Houck lost in an errie forest while return¬ ing from a party. “Weird Little Men,” really Senior girls, are the first forest inhabit¬ ants to greet the terrified trio. SENIOR ASSEMBLY The Midnighters provide music while Ghost Russ Gwaltney haunts “Hershel,” “Lara May,” and “Archibald.” i What’s wrong, Carol Jean? Does the Masked Pumpkin (Janie Saunders) scare you? How about Ann Peters, the scarecrow? Finally finding their way our horrified Seniors leave with a sign of Great Senior’s Ghost given by all. . : ' Best Leaders Bob Hunt — Jane Lowe Best Looking John Goodwin — Carol Jean Hurt % . V Typical Seniors Elton Birch — Muriel Ferguson Most Popular Way land Overstreet Betty McDonald Most Dependable Clark Vandergrift — Carolyn Chapman Most Versatile Richard Young — Signe Young Most Intellectual Jim McNeil — Lane Wright Most Athletic Clarence Tarpley — Nita Howery SENIOR MIRROR 38 £ , v; ' : ■ " » » Cutest Van Hoback — Joyce Eversole Wittiest John Paul Moore — Sue Hawkins Most Likely to Succeed Glenn Thornhill — Lane Wright Friendliest Neil Churchill — Janie Saunders Most Sincere Jimmy Gresham — Rose Ann Barr Most Talented Jim Kidd — Judy Keith Most Personality Cammie Wiley — Joyce Routt Most School Spirit Wayne Layman — Francine League B. JUNIORS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer PAUL WILEY MALINDA SAYERS ELIZABETH McCLUNG ANNE CROUCH Joyous times we’ve had, endeavoring to learn and participate in school activities. U ltimate goals we hope to achieve, by winning a high school diploma. otable progress we are making, as we increase our knowledge. Interest we are taking in supporting our activities and organizations. Officers always working to help and represent us. Recognition for helping us accorded to sponsors, faculty, parents, and studen ts. Sincerely we look forward to filling our places well as seniors. 40 Gerald Akers Alice Altice Jane Armstrong Sue Arthur Judy Atkinson Jane Ayers Peggy Ayers Y. W. Ayers Barbara Bailey Charie Bailey Jo Ann Baldwin Nada Ballator CLASS OF ’60 Dwin Banner David Bayse Noel Beach Barbara Beckner Leonard Bell Peggy Blankenbeckler i Judy Bohon Ruth Bohon Bobbie Booher Barbara Brammer Janet Branum Richard Browder Doris Brumfield Patricia Brumfield Dallas Brunk Carol Lee Bryant Evelyn Burnette Dottie Bush Ed Butts Edmund Byrd Carolyn Cabiness Micheal Calaway Peggy Caldwell Sammy Carter Danny Clark Hilda Clark Genova Clement Grant Clowers Peggi Caffee Betty Coffman Judith Rae Connell Richard Conner Shelva Conner Arlene Conrad Peggy Cook Anita Crosswhite JUNIORS Ellen Cox Siggi Daffner David Dickerson Wayne Dillard Judy Dodd Lula Downey Barbara Doyle Audrey Edwards Bobi Ferguson Kitty Fitzgerald James Foley Billy Galbraith Clifford Gallion Linda Garber Lila Garman Mildred Garman Angela Garrett Anne Garvin Jimmy Goode Sheila Goodman Joe Grant Janice Gunter Joyce Guthrie Shelbie Hale Rosemary Hamilton Sandra Harvey Sandra Helm Staley Hester Carolyn Hill Cindy Sue Hill Bobby Holliday Gaye Hurt Brenda Johnston Sandra Jones Mary Ann Keaton David Kennamer CLASS OF ’60 HnWj Larry Keyes Jane Lee King Donna Krupin Lynwood Lee Helen Leming Carol Lapead Bob Lieb Buddy Lipes Patricia Looney Donnie McCown Mildred McCoy Marinella McDaniel Charles McFarland Martha McGhee Wayne McGuire Nancy Martin Sharon Martin Ginger Mattern Martha Mattern Mat Merker Joyce Messinger Billy Metzler Barbara Ann Moore Pat Morris Shelby Motley Barbara Mowles Patsy Mullings Billy Murphey Gail Mutter Jimmy Myers David Napier Anne Nimo Joyce Nixon Doris Owen Vickie Owen June Painter JUNIORS Richard Paugh Linda Pemell Lois Ann Phelgar Wayne Plybon Martha Poage Randolph Powers Andy Price Nancy Price Sandra Price Sue Puckett Faye Pugh Brenda Radford Charles Reese Anne Reynolds Billy Richardson Martha Ann Roach Danny Robertson Gypsey Robertson Lynn Rowland Ramona San Juan Wayne Sarver DeWitt Shank Patsy Shelbourne Ardena Shelor Geraldine Smith Sherrill Smith Carol Sue Spence Glenn Spradlin Wilma St. Clair Linda Stearnes Patsy Stinson Barbara St. Onge Colleen Strouth Carolyn Stump Elizabeth Stump Charles Suiter CLASS OF ’60 Sonny Tarpley Joyce Thomas Mona Thomas Trudy Thompson Betty Ulrey Theresa Van Dyke Marilyn Vest Sue Ellen Via Mike Walker Carolyn Watkins Charlotte Watson Carole Sue Weaver Carlton Weaver Nancy Wells Ronnie Whitesell David Williams Linda Williams Tris Williams Cynthia Winston Betty Wirt Carole Jean Wirt Nancy Worell Brenda Wright Caroline Wright Judy Young C. SOPHOMORES r 1 President SUSAN RIKARD Vice President DAVID MORAN Secretary VENONA MUSSER T reasurer DONNA BRUGH Surroundings have become dear to us. On our third floor we assemble. P restige has been gained as sophomores. Halfway mark has finally been reached; though Only at the beginning of life’s work. M ore privileges are ours as we journey upward. Old friendships are treasured as new ones are formed. R outine of classes has become more familiar. E xcitement grows as we near our goal. Smiling we push ever onward. 46 Dee Abernathy Sara Adkins Linda Agee Elaine Ager Bill Agnor Elizabeth Albert Carolyn Altizer Carolyn Anderson Margene Arnold Benny Austin Norma Barnett Alferd Barr Pauline Barton Zella Bayne Martha Bayse Peggy Beheler Loy Belcher Ernestine Bess Robert Blankenbaker Carol Blount Vivian Bond Jeraldine Boothe Joe Bounds George Bower CLASS OF ’61 Martha Bowles Mark Wayne Bowman Sharon Bradley James Breedlove Edwina Brown John Bryan Diana Bush Danny Bushnell Barbara Byrd- Donna Byrd Linda Cannady Donna Calhoun Betty Carroll Jeanie Carroll Susie Carroll Gail Cerveny Jimmy Clark Jo Cobb Sarah Coffey Ronald Coleman Machie Collins Gay Conner Judy Conner Pat Conner Mary Sue Copeland Anne Craft Cecilia Crawford Sarah Cromer Freda Crosswhite Jack Crosswhite Sidney Crosswhite Billy Crouch Roy Dale Kennie Davis Richie Davis Cynthia Dean Ann DeHart Brenda Deyerle Mary Ann Douthat Shirley Doss Becky Douglas Emily Douglas Marshall Dowdy Anne Dressier Alvin Dudley Carol Jean Dudding Danny Duffy Julia Duncan SOPHOMORES Susan Dungan Maurice Early Drucilla Edwards Carolyn Elmore Bobby Emory Jean Epperly Sonny Eversole Doris Ferguson Gloria Jean Fink Martha Firebaugh Elroy Fisher Mildred Fitzgerald Stephen Fox Carolyn Francisco Bobby Fry Mickey Furr Dorothy Furrow Carolyn Galbraith Jimmy Garber Janet Gardella Gwen Gamer Alpha Garman Pat Garman Sarah Garman CLASS OF ’61 Ronnie Garrett Benny Garst Sammy Garst Sarah Garst Rodney Gearheart Rebecca Gillihan Patricia Ann Graham Wanda Grant Cathy Gray Judy Griffith Mary Ann Grossheim Eugene Grubb Richard Gunter Patricia Hall Joyce Halsey Virginia Harvey Katherine Haslip Marty Hash Stephen Hawkins David Herrin Judy Herrin Margaret Hess Mary Hinson Mary Lou Holland Bobby Hopkins Jackie Hudson Sandra Jackson Josephine Jacobs Mary Lou Jamison Wayne Jennings Alice Jewell Paul Jewell Peggy Ann Jobe Russell Jobe Ed Johnson Evelyne Johnson Phyllis Johnson Brenda Jones Helen Keesling Jacqueline Keith Beth Kelly Neal Kinsey Margretha Kinzer Brenda Lawhorn Bill Leckie Billy Lee Sallie Lemon David Lester Roy Lester Charlene Long Carolyn Lyon Lynn Manning Roger Manning Betty Martin Frank Martin Joyce Martin Colin Mayhew Mary McCormick Betty McCurdy Joyce McDonald Carolyn Mills Penny Sue Moore Vivian Moore Marcia Mounts Barbara Mowles Galen Munsey David Myers Carl Nalls Richard Neal Brenda Lou Nichols Karen Nichols Jo Tanya Oakey CLASS OF ’61 Nancy Obenchain Jerry Oyler Sonny Patterson Starr Perrow Barry Phlegar Patricia Phlegar Wayne Pillow Brenda Poff J. C. Poindexter Jaye Potter Nancy Potts Joyce Powell Ben Powers Mary Pratt Hugh Roberts Wayne Roberts Tommy Robertson Marcia Robinson Betty Sample Paulette Saul Karen Scott H. T. Shepherd Paul Shepherd Kenneth Shorter Ruby Simmons Bill Slater Eleaner Sloane Dale Slusher Jack Smith Robert H. Snyder Susan Spickard Ronnie Stump Kenny Sutphin Andy Taliaferro Carol Taylor Paul Taylor Mike Terry Carolee Thomas Judy Thomas Pat Thompson Mona Thornhill Sue Thornton Larry Trent Dean Underwood Ruth Wade Zandie Walcott Virginia Walton Lynn Waynick SOPHOMORES Tommy Wright Jerry Young Joyce Young Ben Zirkle Billy Weaver Anita Webb Joyce Webb Deborah Webster Jean White Barbara Whitby Kenneth Wieringo Judy Wiley Alfred Williams Mark Wimmer Betty Winfrey Donald Wisely D. FRESHMEN »• MHHHBI ,. •■;•:: w. li President FERMAN WERTZ Vice President Secretary Treasurer JUDY CUNDIFF SHIRLEY DULANEY MICKEY GRANT F uture leaders will come from this class of ’62. Regaining confidence as we stand at this threshold of a new world. E vidence of knowledge is beginning to show in our upward climb. Struggling upward, we advance with smiles. Hope for being fully accepted as an integral part of a school. M any showing promises of future achievement. A ctivities will include us as we move closer to our goal — seniors. N ow is the time to prove ourselves capable of all tasks 52 Gene Adkins I Susan Ahalt Jerry Aldhizer Kenny Altice Sandra Altice Wilbur Andrews Betty Ann Archer I Mary Jo Ayers Charles Bailey Margaret Bailey Perry Bailey Twiliah Bailey Linda Baird Mary Jo Ballator Sharon Banner Brenda Barton Carolyn Beckner James Birch Alice Black Linda Blount Junior Bond Darrel Bower Ellen Bowers Karen Bowles Mark Wayne Bowman Bill Brammer Betty Jean Branum Jerry Lee Branum Herbert Bright Joe Browder Suzanne Brown Ralph Brubaker Cinny Brubeck Mary Brumfield Margurite Bryan Betty Lou Bryant James Butler Larry Caligan Joan Campbell Elizabeth Caperton Ben Chapman, Jr. Carole Ann Clark Virginia Clark Dennis Clower Susan Coates Gail Coleman Mary Collins Marion Connell CLASS OF ’62 Mary Lee Conner Louise Cox Margaret Carig Barry Crawford Teddy Crouch Melvin Crowder Ray Dale Ruth Dalton Benjamin Daugherty Robert Davids Sue Dawson Elizabeth Davis Dale De Wease Gail De Wease Phyllis Disher Phyllis Ann Divers Emily Dixon Richard Dixon Dana Drew Rose Dudley Susan Dungan Kenneth Etter Tommy Farewell Billy Farmen Anna Lee Ferguson James L. Finney Elizabeth Fitzgerald Dreama Fitzgerald Pat Follmar Randolph Francisco Tony Fry Linda Furrow Jo Ann Garrison Bobby Garst James Gacek Doris Gearhart Dorothy Ann Gearheart Tommy Gearheart Sandra Gibson Phyllis Gilley Reginald Ginter Donna Goodman Mary Goodwin George Goodykoontz Robin Grant Donald Gray Jessie Greer Edwin Grossheim Joyce Gunter William Hale Shelby Hall Wayne Hall Betty Hannah Ralph Harless Glenda Faye Harris Linda Harris Connie Harshbarger Linda Harter Ernest Hartman David Haynes Pamela Haynes Joan Herron Doris Hibbitts Robert Hickson Caroline Highfill Billy Hill Paul Hodges Bill Hodges Linda Hodges M. L. Hodges, Jr. David Hughes Wendell Johns Gwen Johnson Betty Jones Carole Jean Jones Ira Jones Eudora Judd Pat Kegeals Bonnie Kenans Wayne Keffer Faye Keith Roy Kinsey Raymond Kirby Sue La Prad C. P. Layman Wayne Lee Bill Leigh Rita Leonhardt CLASS OF ’62 Nancy Loope Charles Looney Sonjia Lord Tressie Lovern Norma Lundy Tommy McClure Rebecca McCray Janet McDaniel Marie McDaniel Kay McDonald Rosalind McFarland Nancy McKinney Charles McLaurin Donald Manning Carole Markham Joe Marshall Andrew Marsinko Douglas Martin Nancy Martin Barry May Gerald Meade Violet Menucie Bonnie Moore Ronnie Moore Jerry Moses Sandra Morris Jerry Michael Beverely Miller Tommy Miller Ronnie Minnix John Lee Mitchell Carolyn Mohler Bonnie Mullins Jane Nash Tommy Neal Jerry Neighbors Alma Newcomb David Nichols Bill Nunnally Lois Nutter -w a hIhHL - «- Jssil __ i ° x i p p Mg ' ST PI 111 j| V HI - , PrH pp - - . C ' — | ' ■j A jA h r P % fS — • ’ s ' - WM A ' " Hi? ’ ' vr Wm |j I m ' • » ■ cs V O . 1 ; " ftp FRESHMEN Angelia Owen Bob Owen Katheleen Owens Ellen Painter Darrell Parks Joyce Parr Patricia Peverell Edair Perdue Ruth Perdue Dianne Peters Roy Phoenix Connie Poff Wayne Poff Nickey Powell Barbara Preas Wanda Price Betty Jo Quick Beth Rader Charles Rakes Barbara Ramey Judy Reese Phillip Rife Howard Roberts J. M. Roberts Macie Robertsoi Janet Roop Leonard Rorer Ed Routt Ethel Ann Russc Juanita St. Clair Ann Sanders Sandra Sayers Ernestine Schrader Darell Semones Ann Shealy Camille Sheahan Jimmy Shorter Carol Showalter Susan Shumacher Danny Simmons Victor Sisson Dottie Smiley Sharon Smith Patricia Starkey Richard Steen Delinda Stinnette Betsy Stokes Jerry Strong Euel Stump George Summers Lynwood Sweeney Lanny Tayloe Dorothy Taylor Becky Thomas James Thomas Phillip Turpin Mary Tyler Sandra Tyree Becky Underwood Katherine Van Lew Charlotte Wade Jack Walcott Doris Waldron Randy Walker Allison Watts David Webb Betsie Wells Diane Wert Peggy Wertz Ronald Weston Dona Wheeling Patty Whitby Bruce Willey Suanne Williams Earl Wimmer Diane Windel Bob Wood Joyce Woolwine Betty Jo Wright T Wroniewicz Peggy Yates Carolyn York Beverly Young Lorraine Young Alan Zeigler Gary Zimmerman E. EIGHTH GRADE President GEORGE LOGAN Vice President SALT,IE TATE Secretary CONNIE VECELLIC Treasurer NANCY GARRETT Excitement with which we enter our first year at Andrew Lewis. I mpressions we receive the first week at high school. Gr uidance we are given by our instructors. H ard work awaits us, for we are now in high school. T emptations to play and waste time in class. H appiness for doing a good job well. G " aining knowledge from everyday experiences. R ush between classes to get to lockers and see our friends. A dmiration we have for upperclassmen. D reams of someday becoming a senior. E ffort to achieve that much-desired goal. 56 k f- - w f K-1 WKKKmimWKM -Udi f M Ci 4 1 ■’ |j!l Mr m C — mam V mmm HPnr i r mer wt il WZz - , c f f. liL ' « r - |S||i R; ’wit PBBiffe. V afiPPf : £ ' ’ ■r f W w? ■ 1 1 flV Jp W ' W fri iTn ROW 1: Paul Albert, Steve Arthur, Patricia Bailey, Bill Bain, David Ball, Jerry Barnett, Freddie Battle, Earlyn Beamer, Marie Beard. ROW 2: Tommy Bear- man, Jimmy Bell, Judith Ann Bishop, Jean Blanken- beckler, Kay Blankenship, Stephen Boaz, Bill Bohannon, James Bohon, Junior Bond. ROW 3: Henry Booth, Judy Booth, Darlene Boothe, Gary Bower, Martha Bower, Sandra Bowling, Raymond Bright, Norma Brooks, Carole Brown. ROW 4: Wythe Brown, Betty Brubeck, Janet Brugh, Judith Bryant, Drema Burford, Linda Bushnell, Rebecca Caldwell, Betty Jean Carpenter, Ann Carroll. ROW 5: Cheryl Carroll, Sylvia Catroon, Susan Chap¬ man, Bill Clark, Janet Clark, Teresa Clark, Donald Clifton, Anita Cline, Juanita Cline. ROW 1: Andrea Clinevell, Ikey Clinevell, Diana Coffindaffer, Shirley Cole, Brenda Collins, David Con¬ nelly, Lona Conner, Mary Lee Conner, Robert Cook. ROW 2: Barry Coon, Nelson Cousins, Louise Cox, Roger Cox, Beverly Craig, Ralph Crawford, Virginia Crockett, Rebecca Cromer, Leanay Croote. ROW 3: Danny Crouse, Detria Crozier, Judy Cunningham, George Curry, Ann Dalby, Nancy Davis, Norma Sue Davis, Billy Dean, Rebecca Dean ton. ROW 4: David Disher, Christina Donnelly, Janie Dooley, Emery Dowley, Audrey Doyle, Billy Driscall, JoAnn Dudding, Jeanne Dudly, Lynn Eades. ROW 5: Alice Eukin, Barbara Edwards, Linda Edwards, Arlene Elmore, Leon Epperly, Jr., Willa Dean Epperly, Peggy Eunson, Billy Eversole, Cecilia Ferguson. Qyis . C X K CCs-C S Cc£t OLO. cu y yi x ■S rzsZAJ rep pi w W s - ROW 1: Joyce Ferris, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Patric Fitz¬ gerald, Dickie Flinchem, Sharon Franklin, Linda Ful¬ cher, Evelyn Furrow, Steven Furrow, Barbara Furrow. ROW 2: Anita Gardner, Bobby Garman, Jean Gar- raghty, Danny Garret, Dianne Garrison, Barbara Garst, Sandra Garst,. Randy Gearheart, Kenneth Gibson. ROW 3: Betty Gordon, Connie Graham, Mary A. Graham, Patricia Gravely, Sally Grosholz, Faye Plale, Ann Hale, Gale Hannah, Pat Hancock. ROW 4: Rudy Hann, Jimmy Hannell, Susie Hardison, Barbara Sue Harris, Billy Harrison, Judy Harry, Judy Hatcher, Michael Helvey, Hunter Highfill. ROW 5: Judy Hill, Joyce Ann Hinkley, Shirley Hite, Billy Hodges, Marie Hofer, Dickie Howard, Reba Huffman, Henry Hun- gate, Lorraine Jackson. ROW 1: Gene Jenkins, Charles Jewell, Wanda Jewell, Russell Jacobs, Charlotte Johns, Judy Jones, Shirley Johnson, Pat Keith, Stephen Kennamer. ROW 2: Tommy King, Linda Knight, A1 Knighton, Robert Kryden, Steve Krzysko, Geneva Lamb, Judy Lane, Martha Largin, James Larry. ROW 3: Wayne Lee, Ronald Lester, Virginia Lester, Carolyn Lilly, Lynn Lockrow, Rose Lonitz, Billy Loop, Phillis Lush, Andrew Marsinko. ROW 4: Anita Martin, Delores Martin, Judy Faye Martin, Martha Ann Martin, Kay Matthews, Pat Matthews, Judy Mauren, John D. Maxey, Judy McCormick. ROW 5: Pat McCray, Pamela McFalls, Lee McFarland, Martha McNeil, Hazel McPherson, Carter Melton, Carol Lee Minton, Mildred Jane Moore, John Morrison. ■n i ® . ■cW - 1 - ri L .« ii |?| IPS jpSk a 1 mfk — M . £ gjPfe ' ■pm c i i, lr v p| pi ROW 1 : Carol Musselman, Martha Neal, Rebecca Ann Neal, Dennis Norman, Barbara Sue Parker, James Parker, Dennis Parks, Jesse Perdue, James Perry. ROW 2: Henry Platter, Richard Poage, Judith Poff, Jimmy Powers, Martha Puckett, Carlos Quesenberry, Paul Radford, Lucy Reavis, Mildred Reedy. ROW 3: Patsy Reynolds, Tommy Richardson, Sally Rickard, Roy Rogers, Gary Roup, John Rutherford, Dickie Sea- gle, Donna Sweeney, Richard St. Clair. ROW 4: Bob Saul, Jr., Roy Sarver, Grant Schoonover, Curtis E. Sears, James Sears, Judy Selph, Melvin Semones, Pam Sexton, Leslie Sherman. ROW 5: Jane Shultz, Pete Simpkins, Kenny Sipe, Ellis Sligh, Jane Smith, Jim Smith, Ricky Smith, Hugh C. Smyth, John Snyder. ROW 1: Nancy Spraker, Larry Starkey, Phyliss Stew¬ art, Tommy Stinnett, John Stratton, Diane Swain, Linda Swain, Katherine Tarpley, Michael Tate. ROW 2: Nancy Tate, Noah Tickle, Peggy Tinnel, Tonya Lee Tuttle, Margaret Tyler, Alwyn Vander- grift, Vetta Waggy, Alma Watkins, Judy Watkins. ROW 3: Linda Watson, Crystal Wheeling, Virgie White, Kim Whitlock, Diane Wickham, Fred Williams, George Williams, Joan Williams, Melvin Williams, ' ROW 4: Peggy Williams, Rosemary Williams, Gloria Wimmer, Sandra Wimmer, Ronald Wiseley, Rose¬ mary Withens, Sylvia Witt, Sarah Wohlford, Carole Wright. ROW 5: Emily Wright, Julia Wright, Sherrie Wright, William Wright, Caroline York. rf A ; MEMORIES IN OUTLINE Ill ATHLETICS A ctive participation in athletic program creates better sportsmanship. T olerant feeling toward each participant we gain through athletics. H elpful encouragement and wanted praise come from our coaches. L oyal living up to athletic standards we find as important as winning the game. E ager giving of each individual’s best makes for a good record. T actful display of sportsmanship we show on field, in school, in community. X nterested support given by fans, backing us all the way. Conscientious effort learned in sports remains throughout life. S taunch endeavor to meet expectations of those who support us. 4 1 1958 WOLVERINES FROlyT ROW: Sonny Gresham; Sidney Crosswhite; Jack pmith; olenn Thornhdl; Ronnie Conner; Sonny TarblyJ Philip Tiljtnan; Jimmy Goode; Dwin Banner; AJlwn Ha ' Hly John Goodwin: Van Hoback. SECOND ROW: ' Leonard Snead; Bill Wade; Bobby Fry,y Jim (Cecil; Ed Routt; Leonard Bell; Elton Birch; Bob Hunt; Clarence Tarpley; Neil Churchill; John Paul Moore. THIRD ROW: Manager Andy Price; Rich¬ ard Paugh; Pat Powers; Paul Wiley; James Brown; Bill Lee; Richie Davis; Dick Graybill; Harry Cannon; Wayland Overstreet; Charles Suiter; and Cammie Wiley, Manager. Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Lewis Lewis Lewjs Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Blacksburg Danville . . . A . Greenbrier M.A Wfn. Byrd Wm. Fleming . Pulaski . Jefferson. Halifax County Lynchburg Covington. These art the Wolverines who broke the jinx for A.L. and held the Jefferson team to a 13—-13 tie for the first time since 1946. Pictured on the line from left to right, Bobby Fry, Neil Churchill, Pat Powers, Elton Birch, Glenn Thornhill, Bill Wade and Clarence Tarp ly. In the back- field from left to right, Leonard Snead, A1 Hall, Bob Hunt, and Charles Suiter. Wayland Overstreet, injured Lewis end, jumps for joy as Lewis moves ahead of Jefferson 13—7 in first half. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: Gail Simmers, Jack Crosswhite, Steve Haw¬ kins, Robert Hickson, Rodney Gearheart, Bill Leckie, James Crouch, Jimmy Birch, Jimmy Clark, Ronnie Thompson, Larry Caligan, C. P. Layman, Mike Robertson, Deke Sum¬ mers, Buddy Lipes, Houston Bell. SECOND ROW: Jack Smith, Kenneth Etter, George Bowers, Ferman Wertz, Wayne Hall, Jerry Michaels, Jimmy Rorer, Donnie McCown, Billy Crouch, Dickie Neal, Marion Saunders, Lanny Tayloe, Sonny Patterson, Ronald Ray, Richard Dickson, Coach Ed Barnett. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: David Connelly, Henry Boothe, Bob Saul, Kent Anderson, Coach Miley, Kenneth Gibson, Coach Copenhaver, David Rucker, Tommy King, Rodger Cox, Tommy Stinnete. SECOND ROW: Sandy Maxwell, Melvin Semones, Barry Coon, Paul Webb, Roy Underwood, Larry Leonhardt, Roy Kinsey, Bob Barsley, Danny Garrett-, George Logan, Jerry Aldhizer, Carter Melton, Gilford Christley, John Statton, David Disher. 66 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: FRONT: Head Cheerleader, Sue Dawson; UP Left to Right, DOWN Right: Nancy Garrett, Candy Minton, Kay McDonald, Sandra Sayers, Judy Cundiff, Susan Chapman, Alternate; Mary Collins, Marguerite Bryan, Pat Gravely, Margaret Craig, and Lester McCurdy. Miss Sue Leetch Mrs. Sally Hood Varsity Cheerleaders: FRONT: Head Cheerleader, Betty McDonald; UP Left to Top, DOWN Right: Rose Ann Barr, Martha Mattery , Sandra Jones, Carolyn Elmore, Carol Jean Hurt, Muriel Ferguson, Lula Downey, Janie Saunders, Mona Thornhill, Diana Crotts, and Joyce Eversole. U t (3 ? eW ' t vW ' crt D •• U2 u ‘ Sr-Zly Jp pJi, lA. t t Y U VARSITY BASKETBALL t . 4 j‘N ' " j ;- i, L j J ' FIRST ROW: Bobby Saul, manager; Coach Bussard, David Overstreet, Butch May, Nelson Powell, Rudy Gearheart, Robert Bradley, Coach Fields, Mike Terry, Man¬ ager. SECOND ROW: Coach Barnett, Ed Butts, Gerald Akers, David Myers, Robert Snider, Bob Blankenbaker, Marshall Dowdy, George Robinson, Leonard Snead, and Perry Caligan. Blacksburg . . 73 A.L. 46 Halifax . . 41 A.L. 47 Jefferson . . 56 A.L. 46 Cave Spring . . 44 A.L. 51 E. C. Glass. .46 A.L. 32 Pulaski. .39 A.L. 46 William Fleming. .61 A.L. 24 William Byrd . . 29 A.L. 39 Danville. .46 A.L. 28 Covington . . 27 A.L. 45 E. C. Glass. .67 A.L. 31 Blacksburg . . 75 A.L. 50 William Byrd . . 55 A.L. 51 Cave Spring. . 34 A.L. 53 William Fleming . . 27 A.L. 21 Covington . . 28 A.L. 37 Danville . . 53 A.L. 54 Pulaski . . 63 A.L. 39 Jefferson . . 61 A.L. 49 Halifax . . 72 A.L. 44 rebound for Andrew Lewis if a Cave Spring Knight will keep his hands off the ball. k “Smo” Bradley gets 2 of his 17 points against Pulaski, and Rudy Gearhart posi¬ tions to rebound. mg iKf VARSITY BASKETBALL CANDIDS 1959 c Coach Raymond Bussard reviews ' tfigr T I wS;: s jo ' L,;:;” a8 " mst Nelson Powell shoots as “Smo” Bradley screens out a Danville player. Rudy Gear¬ hart gets set to reborn “Smo” Bradley tips ball in for two points against Cave Spring. Rudy Gearhart and David Overstreet get ready to rebound. I V? i 4 " $ Leonard Snead is caught in the air as Bob Blankenbaker gets set for rebounds in game between Covington and Andrew Lewis. fiQ 11 s was really great to see Bobby Wells gets a rebound again Pulaski jay-vees as David Myers ar Marshall Dowdy Scrap to get the ba JUNIOR VARSITY CANDIDS Arms and legs fly as Andrew Lewis and Cave Spring jay-vees tangle. Marshall Dowdy and Bobby Wells are slow to rebound in game between Ro¬ anoke Catholic and Andrew Lewis jay- VeeS. iiS I fc Bobby Wells rebounds for Lewis jay vees against { Cavcf Spring as Micke) Grant and Robert Snider get set for re bounds. scoring officials for the Covington basketball Brill, The Roanoke Times; Harold Bickers, Terry, Andrew Lewis, and Glenn Thornhill, tin JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Andrew Lewis Jay-Vee Basketball team: 2nd ROW: Joe Bounds, David Myers, Rod Gearheart, 1st ROW: Tommy Robertson, Sidney Crosswhite, “Yogi” Robert Snider, Bobby Wells, Marshall Dowdy. Roberts, Paul Jewell, Mickey Grant, David Herrin. KNEELING: Coach Dick Miley and Mgr. Bob Saul. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Freshman Basketball: 1st ROW: Jamie Butler, Jimmy Birch, Charles Bailey, Joe Browder, Jerry Neighbors, Danny Desper, Barry May. 2nd ROW: David Connley, Jimmy Kropff, Deke Sum¬ mers, Don Gray. BACK ROW: Coach Barnett, Lucky Wroniewicz, Bobby Barsley, Mike Caligan, Ed Routt, Carter Melton, Hank Mar¬ tin, Roy Kinsey. 71 GIRLS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION Miss Torrance gives instructions to her gym class before it begins a new dance. Miss Carol Torrance, one of our “gym” instructors, seems to be enjoying herself as much as the students in one of her health classes. The students participating in this vigorous game of volleyball wait anxiously to see if the ball goes over the net. Miss Torrance seems baffled as to which rule should be applied to this mix up in the girls’ gym class. What event on the basketball court drew the applause and cheers of this gym class? This gym class is having a grand time as the girls circle left to “Red River Valley.” 72 BOYS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Ellis, a student gym teacher, seems to have found something amusing in the health book as he teaches a class of boys. This eighth grade boy is shooting a bas¬ ketball in the Physical Education pro¬ gram for developing a well-rounded youth. § t Gaining strength through chin-ups is one phase of the Physical Education Program. “Shirts” vs. “Skins” in a football game during Mr. Bussard’s first Learning agility in Physical Education, period physical education class, a boy practices on the rope in the gym. 73 DRIVER EDUCATION “What are all those things for?” This is the question that puz¬ zles the driver education students. Gaye Hurt watches cautiously while she is taking her reac¬ tion test in Driving Class. The driving class’s showcase is an added attrac¬ tion this year in the Andrew Lewis hall. This one states good advice to all — “When in doubt, yield.” Mr. Copenhaver shows driving student, Mat Merker, how to operate “push-button” driving. 74 CROSS-COUNTRY TRACK Kg PpM (W 4 UK b hbi IixSEmIB - ■■iB WI 5 FRONT ROW: Clark Vandergrift; Larry Early; Dewey Nester. SECOND ROW: Mickey Grant; Marshall Dowdy; Carlton Weaver; Joe Browder; Richard Young; Richard Wilhelm; Douglas Wickham; Richard Gunter; Staley Hester; Richard Browder; Bobby Blankenbaker; Manager, Mike Terry. THIRD ROW: Coach Ray Bussard; Gerald Akers; Nelson Powell; Rudy Gearheart; Butch May; Robert Bradley; David Overstreet; Tommy Robertson; Joe Bounds; Ed Butts; Manager, George Yopp. FOURTH ROW: Barry May; Perry Caligan; George Robinson; Robert Sny¬ der; Bobby Wells; Paul Taylor; David Herrin; David Myers. The start of the A.A.U. Cross-Country meet in Williamsburg. Andrew Lewis ' first, 42 points; Newport News second, 52 points. Douglas Wickham finishes second for Andrew Lewis in State A.A.U. Meet. Clark Vandergrift places fifth and Larry Early (in dark jer¬ sey) seventh in State Meet, Williamsburg. las WickrT ' m fmishe sero P ist ' Roanotce College’ freshmen oke College 25 and Andrew Lei INDOOR TRACK TEAM: FIRST ROW, Left to Right — Carl Duman, Pat Powers, Wayland Overstreet, Dick Gray- bill, Wayne Taliaferro, Captain, Dewey Nester, Elton Birch, Clark Vandergrift, George Yopp. SECOND ROW: Coach Bussard, Mike Terry, Sonny Tarpely, Jerry Light, Charles Suiter, Richard Neil, Jerry Michaels, Bill Wade, Neil Churchill, Glen Spangler, Donald Martin, George Bowers, Mark Wimmer, Richard Wilhelm, Douglas Whickham, Coach Patterson. LAST ROW: Staley Hester, Bobby Blank- enbaker, Marshall Dowdey, Richard Browder, Carlton Weaver. In the Junior Division of the Woodberry For¬ est meet, Staley Hester wins the pole vault. Pat Powers clears IT6 " pole vaulting against V.M.I. freshmen. Neil Churchill strains to win the Shot Put in the Woodberry Forest meet Alwood Williams and Wayne Talieferro struggle hard to beat Stokes of Wood berry Forest. ' . • ' ■« STATE CHAMPIONS 1959 The students shout enthusiastically in the “Good Luck” pep assembly before the Indoor Track team left for the Indoor State Track Meet. ; mm % o words can ' e ress the j Meet presents the trophy to ■second mImEI L. t ' Ition reflected in t f’picture. as tie director oHh tyne Taliferro, Captain of the Track Team, xte Indoor Track Championship! i Everyone happily shouts as the trophy is held al Wayne Taliaferro at the State Indoor Track Meet , v - ® r IV ACTIVITIES Auixious to do all we can for our school, we work together. Co-operating with each other, we are achieving our goals. T aking time on the things we do helps us in efficiently presenting our projects. Interest we show by helping others at special seasons. V arious things we present — such as hops, dances, and assemblies. Invaluable are our clubs, for through them we learn to work together. T asks we undertake because we realize what will be expected of us. In learning the value of friendships we prosper in many ways. E ncouragement we are given by our loyal faculty and friends. Sharing our activities, we learn to co-operate 79 4 BETA CLUB Beta Club members inducted in December, 1958, are: FRONT ROW, Left to Right -— Judy Thomas, Carolyn Galbraith, Janet Gardella, Emily Douglas, Becky Douglas, Joyce Halsey, Judy Herrin, Anita Webb. SECOND ROW — Marcia Mounts, Gwendolyn Garner, Linda Canady, Mary Ann Douthat, Donald Wisely, Susan Rikard, Diana Bush, Sandra Jackson, Susan Spickard. THIRD ROW — Jean White, Kathy Gray, Shirley Vaughn, Brenda Deyerle, Freda Crosswhite, Martha Fire- baugh, Elaine Ager, J. C. Poindexter. FOURTH ROW — Jane Lowe, Anna Logan, Ruth Wade, Wayne Pillow, Terry St. Clair, Randy Clark, Sid¬ ney Hinkley, George Lenaeus. LAST ROW — Bobby Hopkins, Stephen Fox, David Myers, Larry Trent, Bobby Blankenbaker, Richard Fur¬ row. Bob Hunt, Virginia State Beta Club Presi¬ dent, amuses his audience with one of his “famous” jokes. Vv W - u t m-Mgx hi ifm m t f £ ’ . ■ ■ ST ’ fmmJ n 5 Something very funny must have stirred these Beta Club officers into action. STANDING, Left to Right — Elton Birch, President; James Kidd, Vice President. SEATED — Lane Wright, Treasurer; Connie Edwards, Corresponding Secretary; Carolyn Chapman, Recording Sec¬ retary. 80 BETA CLUB FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Carolyn Chapman, Re¬ cording secretary; Jim Kidd, Vice-president; Bob Humt, State President; Elton Birch, President; Connie Edwards, Corresponding secretary; Lane Wright, Treasurer; Mrs. Bowman, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Charles McFarland, Ed Butts, Carol Jean Hurt, Betty McDonald, Jimmy Myers, Richard Young, Dacid Dickerson, Jerry Johnston, Jimmy Rorer, Jimmy McNeil, Martha Mattern, Joyce Eversole, Muriel Ferguson. THIRD ROW: Cynthia Ayers, Gail Mutter, Lila Garman, Pat Looney, Betty Arrington, Barbara Jackson, Caroline Wright, Charlotte Watson, Angela Garrett, Sandra Harvey, Signe Young, Neil Churchill, Judy Lipes, Francine League. FOURTH ROW: Dottie Bush, Nada Ballator, Barbara Beckner, Janet Branum, Carol Jean Wirt, Jackie Willey, Vickie Owen, Wilma St. Clair, Martha Poage, Faye Pugh, Carol Sue Spence, Jean Eunson, Mabel Newton, Delores Price, Huntley Houck. FIFTH ROW: Clifford Gallion, Rich¬ ard Browder, David Bayse, Charlie Suitor, Lynn Roland, Bibi McClung, Malinda Sayers, Ellen Cox, Betty Coff¬ man, Mat Merker, Carolyn Watkins, Anne Nimmo, Bobi Ferguson, Trudy Wimmer, Richard Hardison. PURPOSE: 1. Stimulating effort 2. Rewarding achievement 3. Encouraging and assisting members to continue education ACTIVITIES: 1. Selling programs at the Andrew Lewis-Byrd football game 2. Installing new members at a candlelight service 3. Sending: delegates to Beta Club Convention Officers O O 81 LATIN CLUB --— PLEBEIANS OFFICERS Pontifex Maximus . Aedile . Patrician Consul . Plebeian Consul . Tribune . Censor . Quaestor . Provincial Governor . Praetor . . Jane Lowe . Francine League . . . Bibi McClung . . . Ferman Wertz . Betty McDonald . . . Joyce Eversole Carolyn Chapman .Reid Garst . . Kay McDonald PROVINCIALS Andrews, Lou Ann Barr, Rose Ann Bayse, Margie Belcher, Barbara Birch, Elton Butts, Howard Butts, Ed Dail, Bill Darden, Beverly Dawson, Betsy Dickerson, David Daffner, Siggi Dillon, Conrad Dodd, Judy Donnelly, Virginia Eversole, Joyce Eunson, Jean Ferguson, Sue Garst, Reid Garvin, Ann Gray, Roger Grubb, Marvin Goodwin, John Hardison, Richard Hester, Staley Hoback, Van Houck, Huntley Kennamer, David Kidd, Jimmy Leonheart, Selena McGuire, Wayne McDonald, Betty Merker, Matt Morrison, Jeanie Peters, Ann Price, Delores Sherrard, Martha Suiter, Charles Wright, Lane Tarpley, Sonny Via, Sue Ellen Chapman, Carolyn Tyler, Susan Wahl, Norma Jean 82 LATIN CLUB Bush, Dottie Goode, Jimmy PATRICIANS Abernathy, Dee Armstrong, Sarah Jane Arthur, Sue Ballator, Nada Louise Banner, Dwin Bayse, Martha Beach, Jimmy Blankenbaker, Bobby Bowles, Martha Ann Bradley, Shay Branum, Janet Lunell Browder, Richard Carter Bush, Diana Caldwell, Carolyn Coffey, Sarah Conner, George Richard Cowherd, Mary Diann Cox, Ellen Routh Crosswhite, Freda Crotts, Diana Nina Dawson, Virginia Louise Dean,.Cynthia Deyerle, Brenda Kay Douglas, Rebecca Jane Douthat, Mary Ann Downey, Lula Evelyn Dressier, Anne Eller, Sharon Rebecca Eversole, Sonny Ferguson, Bobi Finnigan, Carolyn Jo Galbraith, Carolyn Gardella, Janet Susan Garrett, Angela Garst, Sarah Gearheart, Paulette Gray, Wayne Griffith, July Grogan, Robert Peyton Hall, John Harvey, Virginia Harvey, Sandra Hash, Avery Martin Herrin, David Lester Herrin, Judy Holland, Mary Lou Hopkins, Bobby Wayne Hurt, Carol Jean Johnston, Jerry Jones, Sandra Kay Kelly, Beth Keyes, Larry Kinsey, Frank Cornelius League, Francine Lipes, Judy Ann Logan, Anna Lowe, Jane Ellen Martin, Donald Ray Mattern, Martha Tucker Mattern, Virginia Lee McClung, Elizabeth McFarland, Charles McCurdy, Betty Minnix, Danny Mounts, Marcia Gene Munsey, Galen Musser, Verona Jean Myers, David Lee Myers, Jimmy Nalls, Carl Nimmo, Anne PROVINCIALS and PATRICIANS Painter, June Pillow, Wayne Poage, Martha Ann Poindexter, J. C. Price, Sandra Lee Puckett, Margaret Sue Pugh, Faye Reese, Charles Richards, Ronald Rikard, Susan Robinson, George Robinson, Marcia Robertson, Gypsey Robertson, Tommy Rowland, Lynn Sayers, Malinda Gail Sellers, Frank Shepherd, Paul Shorter, Kenneth Slusher, Dale Smith, Joyce Snyder, Robert Spickard, Susan Lewis Stanley, Joan Stearnes, Linda Kay Taney, Jim Thornhill, Mona Carole Turner, Emily Watson, Charlotte M. Whitby, Barbara Williams, Mary Ed Wimmer, Trudy Wirt, Carole Jean Wiseley, Donald Keith Zeigler, Joey PLEBEIANS Ahalt, Susan Albert, Elizabeth Bailey, Margaret Ann Ballator, Mary Jo Banner, Sherwood Scott Beach, Richard Bell, Houston Lesher Blount, Linda Lou Bosen, Ralph Bower, George Bowers, Ellen McDonald Bowles, Karen Virginia Branum, Jerry Lee Branum, Betty Joan Browder, Joe Brugh, Donna Lee Bryan, Susan Butler, James M. Calhoun, Donna Lee Caperton, Elizabeth Carter, Sammy Clower, Dennis Sheldon Craig, Margaret Dent Crosswhite, Sidney Vance Crosswhite, Jackson Carl Cundiff, Judy Cushman, William David Dickerson, Russell Dulaney, Shirley Duncan, Luther Dungan, Susan Elmore, Carolyn Hughes Emory, Bobby Evans, Jane Ferguson, Muriel Frances Firebaugh, Martha Fitzgerald, Mandred, Jr. Fore, Sharon Ellen Fox, Stephen Francisco, Randolph Lee Furr, Richard Michael Garst, Robert E., Jr. Gray, Kathy Haynes, Pamela Gay Hendrick, Darleen Highfill, Caroline Kyle Holden, John Jennings, Charles Wayne Jobe, Russel Johnson, Gwen Dean Jones, Betty Gale Judd, Eduora Kagels, Patricia Ann Keesling, Helen Kinsey, Roy Layman, C. P. Leckie, Bill Lee, Jerry Lenaeus, George Leonhardt, Rita Manning, Lynn Martin, Anita McDaniel, Lois McDonald, Kay McFarland, Rosalind McKinney, Nancy McReynolds, Leah Meade, Gerald Miller, Beverley Miller, Tommy Minnix, Ronald Neighbors, Robert Newcome, Alma Owen, Bob Parks, Dennis Potts, Mary Preas, Barbara Price, Nancy Rader, Elizabeth Rardin, David Richardson, Billy Roberts, Wayne Robertson, Michae l Routt, Edward Russo, Ethel Sayers, Sandra Schrader, Earnestine Schumacher, Susan Shank, DeWitt Shehan, Camille Shepherd, H. T. Shorter, Jimmy Showalter, Carol Simmers, Gail Spessard, Mike Smiley, Dorothea Smith, Joyce Smith, Sharon Stinnette, Delinda Stokes, Sarah Stump, Euel Summers, George Taylor, Dorothy Thomas, James Thomas, Marjorie Tyree, Sandra Walker, Randy Walkins, Nancy Watts, Allison Wertz, Ferman White, Rachel Wiley, Leigh Williams, Suanne Wroniewicz, Julius Yates, Peggy Young, Jerry Young, Jerry Young, Lorraine Zeigler, Alan Zirkle, Ben LATIN CLUB ACTIVITIES Jane Lowe, President, conducts an officers’ meeting in Miss Cook’s room. FIRST ROW: Joyce Eversole. SECOND ROW: Kay McDonald, Betty McDonald, and Bibi McClung. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Chapman, Malinda Sayers, Yearbook Chairman; and Francine League. Seated at her desk is Miss Cook, Club Sponsor. Faithful Latin Club members help make the pre¬ paration for their Homecoming Float entry. The Thanksgiving Assembly was presented by the Latin Club. During the assembly, prayers were offered by Romans and Americans in Latin and English. These Club members participated in the program. Joyce Eversole, Francine League, and Susan Rikard are putting make-up on Signe Young and Jerry Johnston for the Easter Pageant, an annual program presented at the school by the Latin Club. Planning some of the decorations for the May Dance, sponsored by the Latin Club are: Glenn Thornhill, Mona Thornhill, Ann Nimmo, Lynn Rowland, and Wayne Pillow. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Members of the Public Speaking Class are: SITTING, Left to Right: Signe Young, Ann Gar¬ vin, Pat Rutherford, Jo Oakey. STANDING: Barbara Belcher, Jimmy Gresham, Bob Hunt, Elton Birch, Clark Vandergrift, Shelby Motley. Members of the Drama Class and Debate Team ar e:. SITTING, Peggy Caf- fee, Connie Yates, Margaret Zeigler, Jeannie Morrison. STANDING, Carolyn Chapman, Ann Garvin, Edrie Speed, Selena Leonhardt, Virginia Robinson, Carol Myers, Betty Coffman, Mat Merker. PURPOSE: Honor club for high school debators and or¬ ators ACTIVITIES: Making public appearances 1. Points given for public appearances 2. Awards given when a certain number of points have been attained. Officers — Signe Young — President Jeannie Morrison — Treasurer M iss Thomason — Sponsor Carolyn Chapman — Vice-President Mat Merker — Secretary 85 STUDENT LIBRARY STAFF Pat Looney, Rudy Poff, Linda Williams, and Betsy Dyerle Anderson, Betty Ulrey, and Robert Simmons check and help with some of the duties at circulation desk as Phyllis shelve books. Mrs. Newton, assisted by George Harmon, i some necessary reading material. Voluntary library assistants, Sue Hawkins and James Gacek, check new books, Patsy Lemon types cards, while Lawrence Nash letters the call number. helping Paul Wiley and Wayne Roberts find Martha Bayse, Jean Anderson, David Blankenbeckler, Ronnie Weston, and Pat Conner assist in filing cards and ' ooking up information in the card catalog. MONOGRAM CLUB V m ifl 1 ' " ' ■ W k I cM’ - I ' Jm I N A f IS®.- IwHi Wm jjgffrg L v %r» V imlM- %«■ Jjggg ■ ...r te jBSr. jfo£4 L Jar ijl||g 1 W Jgigpipr ' A Ml r M ■1 Wy 1 A , 1 K § 1 | (f y . FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Neil Churchill, Vice- President, Wayland Overstreet, Treasurer, Clarence Tarp- ley, President, Alvin Hall, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Sam Carter, “Rick” Paugh, Bob Hunt, Clark Van- dergrift. THIRD ROW: Butch May, Elton Birch, Leonard Snead, Dewey Nester. FOURTH ROW: Glen Johnson, Rudy Gearheart, David Kennamer, Steve Veasey. FIFTH ROW: Bill Wade, Dwin Banner, Wayne Taliferro, Robert Bradley. SIXTH ROW: Larry Early, Sonny Tarpley, George Yopp, John Paul Moore. PURPOSE: 1. To create a better understanding between the members of the various ath¬ letic teams. 2. To improve relations of athletics with other students. 3. To promote better sportsmanship in and out of school. 4. To live by the standards set up by the athletes of Andrew Lewis. 5. To show to the students that sportsmanship pertains not only to school, but also to life in its everyday pattern. ACTIVITIES: 1. To choose the Homecoming court and elect the queen. 2. To sponsor a hop after the Homecoming game. 3. To sponsor a hop after the City-County Track Meet. 87 PEP CLUB 1st ROW: Miss Letch, Mrs. Hood; Sponsors; Varsity Cheerleaders, Rose Ann Barr, Martha Mattern, Sandra Jones, Carolyn Elmore, Carol Jean Hurt, Betty McDonald, Head Cheerleader; Muriel Fergerson, Lula Downey, Janie Saunders, Mona Thornhill, Diana Crotts, Joyce Eversole. 2nd ROW: Judy Adkinson, Joan Herron, Joyce McDonald, Sandra Harvey, Angela Garrett, Cynthia Winston, Sandra Adkins, Gloria Fink, Susan Bryan, Susan Rikard, Diana Bush, Mat Merker, Sue Arther, Ann Reynolds. 3rd ROW: Sue Thorton, Jane King, Betty McCurdy, Ginger Mattern, Sha Bradley, Ann Crouch, Peggy Caffee, Pat Cobb, Selena Leonhart, Brenda Deyerle, Dee Abernathy, Martha Poage, Sue Puckett, Bobi Fergerson. 4th ROW: Sandra Price, Donna Brugh, Shirley Doss, Faye Pugh, Martha McGhee, Kitty Fitzgerald, Brenda Wright, Carol Jean Wirt, Jane Lowe, Sharon Eller, Susan Spikard, Martha Bowles, Cynthia Dean, Marsha Robertson, Suki Garst, Venona Musser. 5th ROW: Carollee Thomas, Jackie Hudson, Ellen Cox, Siggi Daffner, Betty Coffman, Ann Peters, Marty Sherrard, Susan Tyler, Lou Ann Andrews, Fran- cine League, Elizabeth McClung, Malinda Sayers, Carolyn Hill, Lynn Rowland, Sally Lemon, Carol Taylor. 6th ROW: Carolyn Chapman, Doris Price, Judy Lioes, Sonny Tarpley, Buddy Lipes, Bobby Leib, David Kennemer, Huntley Houck, Richard Hardison, Van Hoback, Conrad Dillon, Alex McNeil, Mike Smith, Alice Jewell. 7th ROW: Mabel Newton, Carolyn Watkins, Richard Young, Ed Butts, Bob Hunt, Neil Churchill, Smo Bradley, Phillip Tillman, Jerry Smith, Cammie Wiley, John Goodwin. Members of the Pep Club try to “beautify” a truck for their homecoming float. PEP CLUB p,l ■ m «flA V K9i i ' V’m W s ' afDaf FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. V. Cheerleader: Margaret Dent Craig, Margurite Bryan, Mary Collins, Sue Dawson, Head Cheerleader; Judy Cundiff, Sandra Sayers, Kay Mc¬ Donald, Judy Keith, President; Joyce Cundiff, Vice President; Judy Young, Corresponding Secretary; Carol Blount, Recording Secretary; Anne Nimmo, Treasurer; Lane Wright, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Paula Larson, Betty Gale Jones, Carole Jean Jones, Rosie Lonitz, Nancy Gar¬ rett, Kay Mattews, Diane Garriso n, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Sarah Wolford, Earlyn Beamer, Reggi Williams, Gloria Wimmer, Judy Herrin, Nancy Tate, Cecelia Ferguson. THIRD ROW: Karen Bowles, Peggy Yates, Candy Minton, Sharon Smith, Sally Tate, Emily Wright, Judy Watkins, Sally Rikard, Janet Clark, Brenda Collins, Susan Shoemarker, Dottie Smiley, Tina Schrader, Jane Nash, Pat Follmar. FOURTH ROW: Lester McCurdy, Pat Gravley, Emily Dixon, Susann Brown, Virginia Crockett, Susan Dungan, Ellen Bowers, Lee Wiley, Donna Wheel¬ ing, Sandra Tyree, Carolyn Clark, Susan Coates, Janie Dooley, Brenda Garidy, Carol Wright. FIFTH ROW: Mildred Moore, Linda Bushnell, Pam Sexton, Claire Rob¬ erts, Susan Chapman, Margaret Tyler, Linda Baird, Carol Showalter, Rita Leonheardth, Shirly Dulaney, Becky Neil, Susan Coates, Margaret Baiely, Betty Branum, Patty Mat¬ thews. Other Pep Club members look on as Judy Keith and Neil Kinsey decor¬ ate a goal post with unusual equip¬ ment. “I’m Salem born and Salem bred . . the cheerleaders sing as they ride onto the field before the romp¬ ing Greenbrier game. j SPORTS CLUB BR ' Bi iy ' $ 4 . v ME i W M FIRST ROW: Linda Agee, Tresa VanDyke, Lois Nut- ler, Alice Altice, Diane Wirt, Nita Howery, Athlyn Spraker, Carolyn Altizer, Penny Moore, Bonnie Moore, Joyce Powell. SECOND ROW: Miss Torrance, Sandra Jackson, Mildred Garman, Elizabeth Albert, Barbara Moore, Doris Brumfield, Patsy Shelburne, Judy Wiley, Betty Jo Wright, Betty Carroll, Donna Calhoun, Ann Dressier, Betty Jo Quick, Ernestine Bess, Ellen Painter, Wanda Price, and Miss Painter. From Left to Right: Lois Nutter, Publicity Chairman; Bonnie Moore, Social Chairman; Nita Howery, President; Miss Torrance, Miss Painter, Sponsors; Wanda Price, Treasurer; Athlyn Spraker, Vice-Pres.; Carolyn Altzer, Secretary; and Penny Moore, Recorder of Points. 90 SPORTS CLUB Each girl waits expectantly to see whether Betty Jo Wright or Mildred Garman will kick the ball first during this exciting game of soccer. There is tense excitement on all sides as Ernestine Bess and Doris Brumfield jump for the ball in this vigorous game of basketball. 91 HI-Y CLUB FIRST ROW, Left to Right: John Paul Moore, Chaplain; Alex McNeil, Vice President; Richard Young, President; Van Hoback, Treasurer; Bobby Fry, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Dwin Banner, Staley Hester, Ed Butts, Mike Spessard, Frank Sellers, David Webb, Bill Weinberg, Lucky Wroniewicz, Sonny Tarpley, Mike Smith, Ron¬ nie Clinevill, Bobby Grubb, Elton Birch. THIRD ROW: Douglas Willey, Randolph Powers, Neil Churchill, Marty Hash, John Goodwin, Phillip Tillman, Glenn Thornhill, Ronnie Conner, Jerry Johnston, Andy Price, Larry Keyes, Lloyd Shockley, Peyton Grogan, Cammie Wiley, Bob Hunt, Jim Kidd, Sponsor Mr. St. Clair. FOURTH ROW: Barry Firebaugh, Howard Butts, Ed Routt, Elroy Fisher, John Hall, Rudy Gearheart, Bill Emory, Butch May, Robert Bradley, Jack Evans, Reid Garst, and Wilber Byer. PURPOSE: The Hi-Y is the YMCA in the high school. It is a fellowship of high school boys who are committed to Christian work in this high school and community. ACTIVITIES: 1. To contribute to the YMCA World Brotherhood 2. To assist in Christmas Basket Campaign 3. To plan for religious assemblies 4. To actively participate in National, State, and Local Hi-Y functions 5. To send delegates to Model General Assembly in Richmond. 92 m. JUNIOR Y-TEENS FIRST ROW: Candy Minton, World Fellowship Chair¬ man; Susan Chapman, Devotional Chairman; Ernes¬ tine Schrader, Inter-Club Council Reporter; Dotty Smiley, Music Chairman; Judy Cundiff, Corresponding Secretary; Susan Schumaker, President ; Margaret Craig, Vice- President; Sharon Smith, Service Projects Chairman; Camille Sheanan, Social Chairman; Kay McDonald, Re¬ cording Secretary; Sandra Tyree, Treasurer; Miss Max¬ well. SECOND ROW: Suanne Williams, Phyllis Gilley, Sandra Sayers, Karen Bowles, Peggy Williams, Lester Mc¬ Curdy, Sue Dawson, Carole Jean Jones, Linda Hodges, Allison Watts, Joyce Smith, Pat Tollman THIRD ROW: Peggy Yates, Susan Duncan, Leigh Wiley, Sharon Fore, Betty Caperton, Linda Harter, Pat Keagals, Bonnie Kingdom, Ann Saunders, Ann Dolbey, Connie Vecellio, Emily Wright, Judy Watkins. FOURTH ROW: Lorraine Young, Patty Whitby, Delinda Stinit, Martha Neil, Susan Hardison, Martha McNeil, Carolyn Lilly, Sally Tate, Nancy Garrett, Kay Matthews, Clara Roberts, Linda Furrow. FIFTH ROW : Sally Rikard, Earlene Beamer, Dianna Coffendeffer, Pat Gravely, Phyllis Stuart, Mar¬ garet Tyler, Betty Gail Jones, Ruth Haun, Linda Blount, Carolyn Highfield, Hunter Highfill, Joanne Garrison. SIXTH ROW: Katherine Tarpley, Dianne Windel, Becky Neal, Judy Shelf, Lorraine Johnston, Lucy Reavis, Janet Clar, Everlyn Furrow, Linda Edwards, Janie Dooley, Paula Larson, Sarah Wohlford, Carole Wright, Ann Gearheart. PURPOSE: “To build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common lile those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians.” ACTIVITIES: 1. Year started with Roll Call Week 2. Float sponsored in Homecoming Parade 3. Several girls attended World Fellowship Banquet at the “Y” 4. Y-Teens modeled in Annual Interclub Council Christmas Fashion Show 5. Representatives attend Virginia State Y-Teen Conference in Danville, Virginia 6. Annual Sweetheart Dance termed big success SENIOR Y-TEENS 1st ROW: Rose Anna Barr, World Fellowship Cham¬ pion; Bobi Ferguson, Interclub Council Representative; Bev Darden, Treasurer; Betsy Dawson, Secretary; Anne Reynolds, Vice-President; Jeanne Morrison, President; Mrs. Edna Weeks, Sponsor. 2nd ROW: Martha Lee, Charlotte Watson, Mary Ed Williams, Cynthia Winston, Dottie Bush, Sandra Harvey, Angela Garrett, Judy Young, Carolyn Hill, Malinda Sayers, Carolyn Watkins. 3rd ROW: Norma Jean Wahl, Carol Finnigan, Joyce Ever- sole, Lou Ann Andrews, Susan Tyler, Siggi Daffner, Betty Ulrey, Barbara Moore, Barbara Jackson, Gail Mutter, Jane King, Pat Manor, Donna Wood. 4th ROW: Mar¬ garet Brown, Carol Jean Plurt, Selena Leonhardt, Joyce Cundiff, Ginger Mattern, Martha McGhee, Sharon Mar¬ tin, Shirley Doss, Betty Ann Cimburke, Bonnie Love, Charlotte Monroe, Ruth Bohon, Gypsey Robertson, Patty Stinson. 5th ROW: Doris Brumfield, Diana Crotts, Ann Crouch, Sandra Jones, Ketty Fitzgerald, Jane Lowe, Lula Downey, Martha Mattern, Bibi McClung, Dale Shealy, Carol Jean Wirt, Brenda Wright, Faye Pugh, Theresa VanDyke. 6th ROW: Dorothy Martin, Janet Smith, Betsy Kay Deyerle, Jo Cobb, Judy Keith, Sue Hawkins, Gay Hurt, Marilyn Vest, Linda Stearnes, Kay Haislip, Betty McDonald, Lane Wright, Carol Sue Spence. The program chairman for the Senior Y-Teen, Judy Lipes, is introducing another of her well-planned programs. SENIOR Y-TEENS FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Lynn Rowland, Music Chairman; Francine League, Music Chairman; Signe Young, Worship Chairman; Carolyn Chapman, Worship Center Chairman; Martha Poage, Publicity Chairman; Sue Ellen Via, Social Chairman; Susan Rikard, Service Projects Chairman. SECOND ROW: Jane Lee King, Joyce Powell, Betty Carroll, Dorothy Glass, Marsha Rob¬ inson, Diana Bush, Sharon Eller, Betty McCurdy, Carolee Thomas, Venona Musser. THIRD ROW: Carol Blount, Susan Spickard, Emily Douglas, Becky Douglas, Mary Potts, Mary McCormick, Martha Firebaugh, Carolyn Gal¬ braith, Starr Perrow, Mary Holland, Dee Abernathy, Alice Jewell. FOURTH ROW: Mona Thornhill, Sally Lemon, Elaine Ager, Ann DeHart, Helen Keesling, Lucy Cush¬ man, Brenda Jones, Brenda Lawhorne, Joyce Webb, Anita Webb, Ruth Wade, Brenda Johnston, Beth Kelly. FIFTH ROW: Shay Bradley, Benny Austen, Pat Thompson, Brenda Bower, Edwina Brown, Mary Sue Copeland, Betty Heffinger, Patsy Phlegar, Jacqueline Keith, Mary Ann Law, Freda Crosswhite, Mary Ann Doughat, Ann Dressier, Brenda Deyerle. SIXTH ROW: Carolyn Elmore, Donna Brugh, Jeannie Carroll, Jo Oakey, Sandra Jackson, Susan Bryan, Sara Adkins, Gloria Fink, Carolyn Altizer, Vivian Bord, Martha Bowles, Cynthis Dean, Pauline Barton. Sarah Garst. PURPOSE: “To build a fellowship of women ancl girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. ACTIVITIES: 1. Year started with Roll Call Week 2. Float sponsored in Homecoming Parade 3. Several girls attended World Fellowship Banquet at the “Y” 4 Y-Teens modeled in Annual Interclub Council Christmas Fashion Show 5. Representatives attended Virginia State -Teen Conference in Dan ille, Virginia 6. Annual Sweetheart Dance termed big success 95 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Trudy Thompson; Barbara Duncan; Linda Garber; Mildred Garmen; Lois Ann Phlegar; Nancy Martin; Martha Bayse; Janet Branum; Barbara Beckner; Pat Brumfield; Helen Mottley. SECOND ROW: Anne Garvin, Marinella McDaniel; Doris Owen; Wilma St. Clair; Aileen Helms; Patsy Lemon; Betty Jo Collins; Elizabeth Stump; Millie Ball; Hilda Cates; Judy Brown; Barbara Belcher. THIRD ROW: Polly Gearheart; Audrey Edwards; Nancy Wells; Doris Brumfield; Patsy Shelburne; Charles Reese; David Bayse; Billy Schrader; Jerry Gross; Helen Leming; Carol La- Prad. FOURTH ROW: Cathy Gray; Carolyn Stump; Elaine Bayne; Ruth Bohon; Carol Taylor; Carol Bryant; Judy Atkinson; Joan Herron; Jack Smith; Danny Minnix; Glen Spradlin; Colleen Strouth. PURPOSE 1. Meeting together in Christian Fellowship. 2. Setting a standard of Christian Conduct for our school. 96 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW — OFFICERS: Jimmy Gresham, President; Connie Edwards, Vice-President; Vickie Owen, Secre¬ tary; Margaret Taylor, Treasurer; Theresa Verna, Song Leader; Mr. Echols, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Cecelia Ferguson, Paula Larson, Sarah Wolhford, Pamela Haynes, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Pat Graveley, Lester McCurdy, Betsy Wells, Sylvia Witt. THIRD ROW: Alice Black, Carole Wright, Lois Duffy, Alice Eaking, Audrey Doyle, Linda Edwards, Pat Oyler, Jo Ann Dudding, Larry Calligan, Jimmy Bush, Johnny Rutherford. FOURTH ROW: Patty Martin, Delores Martin, Carolyn Beckner, Linda Bird, Judy Lane, Rosemary Withers, Rosemary Williams, Becky Neal, Jane Shultz, Carolyn Nowlin, Pamela McFalls, Les¬ lie Sherman. ACTIVITIES 1. Conducting the World Day of Prayer Assembly. 2. Presenting the Living Tableau on the school lawn at Christmas. 97 GIRLS’ CHORUS AND ADVANCED GIRLS’ CHOIR FIRST ROW, Left to Right — Patty Whitby, Carole Showalter, Shelby Hall, Sandra Altice, Alice Jewell, Starr Perrow, Joyce Powell, Judy Griffith, Jo Oakey, Jane Nash, Barbara Bailey. SECOND ROW — Lorraine Young, Camille Sheas, Donna Byrd, Patsy Warfe, Brenda Poff, Martha Bayse, Gay Gorsen, Betty Caperton, Carole Taylor, Carolyn Galbraith, Linda Steames, Pat Chaser. THIRD ROW — Ruth Dalton, Carolyn Caldwell, Karen Bowles, Betty McCurdy, Judy Herron, Dathlene Owen, Allison Watts, Julia Duncan, Shirley Dulaney, Betsy Stokes, Beth Kelly, Marilyn Vest, Sandra Morris. FOURTH ROW — Freda Crosswhite, Pat Palmer, Martha Roach, Rita Leonhardt, Sandra Hodges, Jane King, Beth Loan, Jackie Keith, Jean Epperly, Janet Branum, Pat Kagles, Sandra Tyree, Cinthia Winston, Elaine Ager. The Girls’ Chorus PURPOSE The Girls’ Chorus is a choir-training group whose specific aim is to develop good choir technique through the study of vocal produc¬ tion and music theory. The Advanced Girls’ Choir PURPOSE The Advanced Girls’ Choir is a new group of select singers who explore the beauty of en¬ semble singing. ACTIVITIES 1. Appear in concerts 2. Sing at school assemblies 3. Perform at many public meetings Advanced Girls’ Choir: FIRST ROW, Left to Right — Dee Abernathy, Sharon Eller, Carol Blount, Martha Bowles, Kathy Gray, Diana Bush, Brenda Wright, Susan Tyler. SECOND ROW — Theresa Verna, Dale Shealy, Brenda Deyerle, Susan Rikard, Lula Downey, Siggi Daffner, Caroline Wright. A CAPPELLA CHOIR A Cappella Choir are: FIRST ROW, L. to R. — Gail Mutter, Elizabeth Mc- Clung, Ann Peters, Loy Belcher, Sonny Tarpley, Tommy McClure, Danny Minnix, Richard Young, Jimmy Breed¬ love, Beth Crosswhite, Margaret Taylor, Judy Lipes, Trudy Wimmer. SECOND ROW — Carolyn Chanman. Barbara Belcher, Connie Yates, Bev Darden, Bobby Holiday, Jim Kidd, Jimmy Gresham, Paul Wiley, Carol Jean Hurt, Janice Pol- ster, Connie Edwards, Cindy Sue Hill. THIRD ROW — Jeannie Morrison, Margaret Zeigler, Carol Blount, June Worrell, Francine League, Tony Tay- loe, Clarence Tarpley, Russell Gwaltney, Bob Hunt, Don Hancock, Theresa Verna, Joyce Cundiff, Mat Merker, Judy Keith, Lynn Rowland. (Not pictured, Gene Adkins, Sammy Carter, and Dottie Bush) Harry L. Simmers Choir Director The A Cappella choir was formed in 1957 by Mr. Harry Simmers. The choir is composed chiefly of Juniors and Seniors. PURPOSE: 1. presenting Christmas and Spring Concerts annually 2. participating in the Easter Pageant given by the Latin Club 3. singing in assemblies ACTIVITIES: 1. giving concerts at other schools 2. participating in District Music Festival 3. representing Andrew Lewis in all-state choir 4. singing at many churches on Sunday afternoon 99 Wayne Layman Drum Major Betsy Deyerle Arlene Conrad Betty Coffman Polly Gearheart Janet Smith 100 ANDREW LEWIS HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Barbara Belcher; Y. W. Ayers; Tommy Farewell; Charles McLaurin; Judy Cun¬ ningham; Alice Black; Lynn Moran; Linda Harter; Connie Graham; Anna Ferguson. SECOND ROW: Lynn Lockrow; Ronnie Minnix; John Mitchell; Martha Neal; Peggy Eunson; Ken Weiringo; Mabel Newton: Beverly Miller; Herbert Bright; Ira Jones. THIRD ROW: Tony Tayloe; James Holtman; Steve Veasey; Neal Kinsey; Richard Cecil; Marty Sherrard; Diana Coffindaffer; Joey Zeigler; Gwen Johnson; Ben Chapman; Tanya Tut¬ tle. FOURTH ROW: Tommy Miller; Carl Nalls; Danny Minnix; Betty Wright; Sammy Garst; Freddie Crockett; Danny Stump; Jerry Lee. FIFTH ROW: Carol Mark¬ ham; Sherill Smith; Edwin Johnson; George Lemon; Benny Garst; Mike Spessard; Betty Coffman. SIXTH ROW: Billy Emory; Kenny Altic; Loy Belcher; Bobby Emory; Odgie Fitzgerald; Billy Clark. STANDING ON THE LEFT — Majorette: Ann Peters; Arlene Conrad; and Janet Smith; Mr. Frank Williams, Band director. STANDING ON THE RIGHT — Majorettes: Betsy Deyerle; Carolyn Akers; Polly Gearheart; Wayne Layman, Drum major. Everyone has school spirit as the cheerleaders, majorettes, and the pep band start things rolling. Do Diana Coffindaffer and Carolyn Akers find it easier to practice their instruments in cool water? Southeastern Marching Festival and the Wolverine Band made a Superior rating. Just see how they were all in step to Wayne Layman’s directions. Mr. Williams, band director, holds members at attention as they begin their morning drill session at band camp. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION V Tt 3C Warren Booth — President Roanoke Hardware Larry Hughes — Vice Pres. Roanoke Hardware Nita Howery — Sec. Sears Mary Sue Hilton — Treas. Miller Rhodes Sue Ferguson — Reporter Heironimus Sandra Gauldin — Parliamentarian Miller Rhoads Auburn Black Ortho-Vent C. W. Cromer Roanoke Hardware Barbara Graybeal Heironimus Ronnie Hodges Roanoke Hardware Glenville Johnson Roanoke Hardware Bruce Kropff Kroger 102 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Maurice Hollifield at Barnett’s Amaco; Harriet Lewis, Heironimus; Cecilia Minnix, Eagle Store; Phyllis Moses, J. J. Newberry; Paul Wade, Mick or Mack; George Wright, Western Auto. CLASS ACTIVITIES Mary Sue Hilton presents shadow D.E. students make shadow boxes. Mr. Bolton lectures to D.E. Class. box. C. W. Cromer and D.E. classmates Peggy Cook admires D.E. showcase. D.E. Class judges Ken Platt’s win- judge window of Piedmont Store. dow. 103 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW — Miss Proffitt, Sponsor; Carolyn Deeds, President; Connie Edwards, Vice President; Joyce Cun- diff, Recording Secretary; Joyce Thomas, Corresponding Secretary; Barbara Duncan, Treasurer ; Shirley Crawford, Vickie Owen, and Francis Wirt. SECOND ROW — Linda Beacon, Barbara Jackson, Alice Altice, Peggy Cook, Brenda Poff; Shelby Mottly, Doris Brumfield, Patsy Lemon, Aleen Helms, Patsy Shelburne, Margaret Brown, Sue Hawkins, Carolyn Rakes, Marinella McDaniel, Wilma St. Clair, Julia Duncan, Jane King, Carolyn Bell, Faye Wheeler, Barbara Bailey. THIRD ROW: Carol La Prade; Carol Bryant; Ar¬ lene Conrad, Joyce Guthrie, Helen Leming, Linda Wil¬ liams, Linda Garber, Mildred Garman, Elaine Riley, Mary Elizabeth Faulkerson, Colleen Strouth, Trudy Thompson, Patsy Stinson, Charie Bailey, Elaine Baine, Drucilla Ed¬ wards, Carol Dudding, Carolyn Akers, Barbara St. Onge, Judy Kilby. PURPOSE: 1. To learn more about business 2. To develop leadership 3. To help with community and school activities 4. To earn money to carry on these activities 5. To have some fun ACTIVITIES: 1. Informal hops 2. Pot-luck suppers 3. Visit business places 4. Formal dances at the state convention 5. Luncheon at Radford College — regional meeting 6. Float in the homecoming parade 7. Fashion show 104 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 1st ROW, Left to Right: Cathy Gray, Treasurer; Ellen Cox, Vice Pres.; Sarah Coffee, Secretary; Barbara Beckner, President; Mrs. Kolmer, Sponsor. 2nd ROW: Shelby Mot¬ ley Donna Calhoun, Sara Adkins, Peggy Blankenbeckler, Sharon Muckenfuss, Gwen Garner. PURPOSE: 1. Encouraging more young people with ability to go into teaching profession 2. Presenting effective and worthwhile programs encouraging teaching 3. Presenting speakers who are outstanding contributors to teaching profession ACTIVITIES: 1. Showing movies illustrating classroom situations and effective teaching technique 2. Having appropriate programs at Thanksgiving and Christmas 3. Selling programs at football games 4. Sponsoring, with another club, one of the hops during the year. 105 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The members of the F.F.A. are: Lawrence Nash, Russell McDaniel, George Yopp, Frank Thomas, Dale Martin, Paul Hylton, Wayne Light, Rob¬ ert Hickson, Harry Conner, Wayne Keflfer, Melvin Crow¬ der, Richard Hartless, Stephen Fore, Barry Anderson, Danny Richardson, Mark Bowman, Barry Crawford, Richard Saunders, Lee Gordon, Gene Adkins, Joe Ruth¬ erford, Dale DeWease, Douglas Barton, Tommy Wright, Ray Bayse, Bobby Lancaster, Ronald Ray, May¬ nard Palmer, Orval Garman, James Hale, Billy Hill, Jerry Strong, Wayne Garman, Jerry Aliff, Darrell Bower, Tommy Morre, Ralph Brubaker, Lloyd Bowman, James Couch, Aubrey Alley, Douglas Wickham, Mark Wimmer, Dennis Reynolds, David Hughes, Robert Fitzgerald, Andy Marsinko, Richard Obenshain, Mr. W. M. Scott, Sponsor; Mr. K. E. Orr, Sponsor. AIMS: 1. Agricultural leadership. Co-operation, and Citizenship PURPOSES: 1. To create and nurture a love of country life 2. To strengthen confidence in themselves and their work 3. To create more interest in intelligent choices of farming occupations 4. To encourage members to improve home and surround¬ ings 5. To encourage and practice thrift and scholarship ACTIVITIES: 1. F.F.A. State Convention and Fair 2. F.F.A. — F.H.A. Camp and Picnic 3. Federation — Dairy Poultry Judging 4. Degree team Public Speaking contest 5. Parent — Son Banquet m A- 6. Radio and Television programs 7. Delegate to National Convention w j A . These Smiling F.F.A. Officers are: v a v LEFT TO RIGHT — Russell McDaniel, Treasurer; Ot W ' » tf feeorge Yopp, Secretary ; Frank Thomas, President; Dale Martin, Vice President; Paul Hylton, Reporter; Vice President; Lawrence Nash. Sentinel. Lee Gordon, Wayne Light, Jesse Rutledge, Gene Adkins, and Joe Rutherford, “Ag” boys, watch as Mr. Scott, their instructor, points out the tools on the shop’s new tool board. 4-H CLUB The Andrew Lewis 4-H Club members are: KNEELING — Johnny Rutherford, Treasurer. FIRST ROW — Paul Jewell, Reporter; Becky Neal, Project Leader; Earl Wimmer, Secretary; Sandra Helms, President; Paula Larson, Song Leader; Donald Mount- castle. SECOND ROW — Pamela Haynes, Kay Blankenship, Peggy Williams, Martha Neal, Martha Ann Puckett, Barbara Parker, Jean Garrity. THIRD ROW — Roy Rogers, Jerry Wright, Henry Plat¬ ter, Donnie Pittman, Mike Tate, Joan Williams, Jimmy Kropff, Mrs. Young, Sponsor. FOURTH ROW — Pat Hancock, Junior Hendricks, Jimmy Powers, Jimmy Smith, Pat Gravely , Bar¬ bara Mowles, Mrs. Dunwoody, Sponsor. FIFTH ROW — Jimmy Bell, Junior Hungate, Cecilia Ferguson, Rosie Lonitz, Jeanne Blankenbeckler, Sandra Boone. EDUCATION 1. Teaching the latest an l best practices in agricultut and home economics CAMARADERIE 9 1. Stimulating zest for living through friendships 2. Appreciating miracles in nature 3. Accepting responsibility CONTRIBUTION 1. Enriching character through successful development of home projects 107 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 1st ROW: Gay Conner, Mary Sue Copeland, Mary Goodwin, Brenda Barton, Mildred McCoy, Becky Stanley, Jerry Brickey, Betty Sample. 2nd ROW: Mary Tyler, Geraldine Conner, Phyllis Johnson, Doris Gearhart, Mary Ann Gross- hiem, Carol Laprad, Ann Shealey. 3rd ROW: Anita Webb, Carolyn Altizer, Joan Herron, Gajl De Wease, Joan Camp¬ bell, Ruth Bohon, Jo Cobb, Doris Brumfield. 4th ROW: Alice Jewell, Judy Atkinson, Jeanie Carrol, Barbara Jackson, Sarah Cromer, Jeanne Garst, Bonnie Love, Betty Ulrey, Geraldine Smith. 5th ROW: Betty Martin, Brenda Shelton, Debbie Nester, Joyce Parr, Pat Cobb, Rose Dudling, Mary Hinson, Susan Coates, Sally Lockrow. THE F.H.A. OFFICERS are; FRONT ROW: Janie Saunders, President; Carol Sue St. Clair, First Vice-President; Joyce Cundiff, Secretary; Mrs. Blake, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Miss Kelly, Sponsor; Anne Reynolds, Reporter; Nancy St. Clair, Treasurer; Elaine Ager, Second Vice-President. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA ggdi f 1 j§Pf| t;- jb 1 ' " x m ni Jm. MEM mm ' ' M " 1 ' t ii? M ft VlS ■ -■ ® m ' . jjjHm W y WJ »lf » II 99 1 ™ . T AA m ' 4| ilrl Si - ' ' 1 f.f ' Jar A A J V v j£a ' UtJML. r 1 jpr H , ! 1st ROW: Ann Peters, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Carolyn Mohler, Ramona San Juan, Carol Dudding, Louise Cox, Sandra Gibson. 2nd ROW: Brenda Redford, Carolyn Lyon, Susie Carroll, Barbara Moore, Par Follmar, Linda Furrow, Sally Lemon. 3rd ROW: Mary Lee Conner, Jane Maior, Phyllis Disher, Patsy Phegar, Mable Newton, Vir¬ ginia Robertson, Carol Anne Clark, Sandra Altice. PURPOSE Singing our way through life’s failures and fortunes all the while setting our goal — Being ideal homemakers in the future. ACTIVITIES F urthering our goal of being ideal homemakers in the future. H aving fun while we are doing it. Achieving honors, as well as meeting failures, in such a way as to help pre¬ pare ourselves for life. 109 JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB i 1 fi ' 91 I 1 fe m j Jr. Science Club Members are: BACK ROW — L. to R. — Bob Wood, Mr. Dixon, James Butler, Robert Davis, Wayne Hall, Jimmy Perry, Lynn Eades, Larry Starkey, Tommy Miller, Larry Taylor. MIDDLE ROW — Ben Chapman, Kerry Sipe, Kenneth Gibson, P. M. Goodwin, Benny Hall, C. R. Layman, Charles Looney, Wayne Lee, Leslie Johnson, George Sum¬ mers. TABLE — Margaret Bailey, Betty Branum, Audrey Doyle, Diana Coffenduffer, Mrs. Hilton, Sponsor. Purpose: “Devoted to the furtherance of scientific knowledge and dedicated to the discovery and development of the scien¬ tific ability among the youth.” LEFT TO RIGHT — Ben Chapman, President; Wayne Hall, Vice-President; Bob Wood, Treasurer; George Summers, Secre¬ tary. Mr. Joseph E. Newman, the chief engineer at WDBJ T.V., is giving an inspiring talk to these interested members of the Junior Science Club. 1 1 1 y rf v ▼ i. MPM BI-PHY CHEM SCIENCE CLUB Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club members are: SITTING: Cindy Sue Hill, Nada Ballator, Sandra Harvey, Janet Branum, Betty Coffman, Angela Garret, Muriel Fer¬ guson. STANDING: Jackie Wiley, Alan Blankenbaker, Sammy Doyle, Chuck McFarland, Mat Merker, Steve Greene, Martha Poage, Randolph Clark, Dottie Bush, David Bayse, Siggi Daffner, Sponsor, Mr. R. S. Thomas. ACTIVITIES 1. Have programs with speakers from industries, businesses, and laboratories 2. Have field trips to industries, businesses, and laboratories 3. Sponsor a hop, a float in the Homecoming Parade, and the scientific ac¬ tivities of the school 4. Attend the Roanoke County Science Fair, the outstanding activity of the year 5. Attend the associated conventions in Virginia Bi-Phy-Chem Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Secretary, Betty Coffman; Vice-President, Alan Blankenbaker; President, Muriel Ferguson; Sponsor, Mr. R. S. Thomas; Treasurer, Mat Merker. ASTRONOMY CLUB: FIRST ROW: Mr. Paul Colley, Sponsor; Randy Clark, Vice-President; Ben Chapman, Treasurer; Allan Blankenbaker, President; Jackie Hud¬ son, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Nicky Powell, Henry Booth, Bob Wood, Richard St. Clair, Charles McLaurin, Bruce Willey, Martha Puckett, and Tommy Taylor. THIRD ROW: John Mitchell, Ronald Weston, Larry Trent, Benny Hall, Margaret Phoenix, Judy Poff, Fay Hale, Betty Jo Gordon. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Moore, Gene Adkins, Jimmy Robertson, Phillip Powers. PURPOSE: 1. To advance interest in and knowledge of astronomy. 2. To build a 6” reflecting telescope. 3. To observe first hand celestial phenomenon. ACTIVITIES: 1. To buy or make an astronomical telescope for the club. 2. To have frequent night meetings with local amateur astronomers. 3. To calculate the time when artificial satellites should cross the horizon. The newly-organized Lowell Astronomy Club starts the year with a bake sale. This time astronomy means cooking, not science, eh. 7 AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB Audio Visual members testing the public address system are . . . LEFT TO RIGHT — Johnny Parker, David Nap¬ ier, Ralph Brubaker, Jimmy Couch, Melvin Crowder, Don¬ nie McCown, Buddy Lipes. 2nd ROW — Douglas Me Daniel, Charles Wilson, Billy White, Darrel Bower. The Audio Visual Officers are: LEFT TO RIGHT — Donnie Mc¬ Cown, Vice-President; Sonny Gresham, President; Perry Caligan, Secretary-Treasurer; Mr. Crawford, Sponsor. Edgar Gresham explains lighting system of stage and audi- Edward Harrison, Roy Ayers, Joseph Jacobs, Perry Caligan, torium while the following members of the Audio-Visual Tommy Tayloe, Wesley Hartman, and Butch Dooley. Club look on: Dallas Brunk, Elwood Divers, Tom Kanode, 113 Margie Bayse, Feature Editor; David Bayse, Photographer; Mr. Bussard, Sponsor; Angela Garrett, News Editor; Mat Merker, Assistant Editor; Sandra Harvey, Assistant Editor. 1R . ‘ , V Sponsors and editors of the newspaper are: SITTING, Mrs. Chapman, sponsor; Betsy Dawson, Co-editor; Beverly Dar- dan, Co-editor; and Mr. Colley, sponsor. STANDING — Purpose; Establish lasting record of students and activities at Andrew Lewis. Activities: Publish news of individuals, organizations and school as a whole. Present yearly assembly, highlighting outstanding events of past year. Preserve school news to form “memory book” for faculty and students. Honor seniors with special senior issue containing all senior activities. Francine League, Business Manager of the newspaper, fills out the receipt for Alfred Taylor, while Joyce Cundiff, Circulation Manager, and Ann Nimmo wonder about sales. Beverly Darden, and Francine League, co-editor and Busi¬ ness Manager, hold a newspaper staff meeting with Mrs. Chapman, sponsor, and Mrs. Hedgbeth. Barbara Jackson, Club Editor of the A.L. SPOKESMAN, holds a meeting with staff members, Brenda Shelton, Beth Kelly, Marty Sherrard, Marcia Robinson, Ann Peters, and Carol Sue Spence. SPORTS STAFF, SEATED, Left to Right — Steve Veasey, Sports Editor ' , Dick Graybill, John Hall, Joe Bounds, George Lenaeus. STANDING — Reid Garst, Sports Editor. NEWSPAPER STAFF MEMBERS, Left to Right, Seated — Steve Greene. Rosalind McFarland, Pat Tate, Martha Bowles, Carolyn Watkins, Wilber Byer, Marinella McDan¬ iel. STANDING — Anna Logan, Lane Wright, Malinda Sayers, Joyce Routt, Barbara Mowles, Theresa Verna. NEWSPAPER STAFF MEMBERS are: SITTING — Betty McDonald, Susan Rikard, Sandy Palmer, 7th grade reporter; Nancy St. Clair. STANDING — Conrad Dillon, Diana Crotts, Anna Logan. CUB REPORTERS, SEATED — Karen Bowles, Diane Wirt, Connie Vecellio, Virginia Clark. STANDING — Peggy Yates, Leigh Wiley, Ellen Bowers, Susan Dungan. The PIONEER Co-Editors, Carolyn Chapman and Trudy Wimmer, are busy drawing the layout for the ’59 PIONEER. PIONEER The annual Staff Club Co-editors, Jane Lowe and Mar¬ garet Taylor, along with Class Co-editors, Signe Young and Beth Crosswhite, discuss their work with Mrs. Rash, Sponsor. David Bayse, photographer, checks over his latest pictures as Mary Jane Aliff, typist, and Carolyn Bell, Head Typist, finish typing the captions. 116 Copywriters Muriel Ferguson, Neil Churchill, and Butch Maye and Nada Ballator, Artist, work busily to meet the annual deadline. Mis s Dean, annual sponsor, discusses the financial status of the yearbook with business man¬ ager, Jimmy Gresham. STAFF ’59 Doris Brumfield, Alice Altice, and Patsy Shelburne are bus¬ ily typing up the Senior Directory to meet the deadline. David Kinsey, Advertising Manager, studies the map with Anne Reynolds, Wayne Layman and Barbara Beck- ner; while Martha Poage, also Advertising Manager points out the deadline for ads to Bobby Emory, Neal Kinsey, Billy Richardson, and Billy Emory. The circulation staff composed of Carole Jean Wirt, Bibi McClung, Carol Myers, Lynn Rowland, Circulation Man¬ ager, Gaye Hurt, and Martha Mattern are waiting anxiously for the annual sales to begin. 117 MEMORIES IN OUTLINE u V FEATURES 1 V»» ‘y i vl I A ' M ■ 1 ' V -w l Ss ' 1 I ‘•u i N i u I V - 2 F ormals and hops give us " memories of music " to seal in our hearts. E very one is proud of achievements of students in athletic, literary, and scholastic fields. A ssemblies in great variety, which we look o forward to, end our week. ft T hese features add sparkle, variety, and interest to our leisure time and social events. Uniting our efforts to fill Christmas baskets, the Christmas spirit is felt. R emembering each who meant so much, we place a memorial in the year’s silhouette. E ach year, Andrew Lewis beauties we choose to reign over courts of pageantry. Summaries of Andrew Lewis years are outlined for seniors in their directory. c % - T " c _ ' r c " 0» ASSEMBLIES We all wait in silent anticipation for the beginning of the Pep As¬ sembly at Municipal Field. Elton Birch, captain of the football team, presents the football used in the Jefferson game (13—13 was the score) to Bob Hunt, Student Body President. George Lewis looks startled as he completes one of his experiments in a Science Assembly. j 2 q The recitation, “Mary had a little lamb,” was magically changed by Bob Brown at his science assembly. Jerry Johnston smiles amused at Betty McDonald’s an¬ tics. A number of students gather in the hall before going to devotions on Friday morning. CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES The Christmas spirit is brought to the student body by the songs of the A Cappella Choir and the giving of Christmas baskets. In the annual Christmas assembly, Char- These Sr. Y-Teens are spreading the Christmas Spirit to others lie Turner of the Salem Recreation Cen- as they sing well-known carols in the halls, ter accepts the baskets for needy families from Mr. Miller. Each Sports Club girl will always remember the happiness in the wel¬ fare children’s eyes at this year’s Christmas Party. 121 HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT The Homecoming Court: (BACK) Rose Barr, Betty Ar¬ rington, Wayland Overstreet, King; Betty McDonald Queen; Jeannie Morrison, and Judy Lipes. (CENTER) Clark Vandergrift, Prince; Joyce Eversole, Maid-of-Honor. (ERONT) Carol Jean Hurt, Judy Keith, Jane Lowe, Mur¬ iel Ferguson, Selena Leonhardt, Janie Saunders. WINNING FLOATS Ferman Wertz, Dwin Banner, Glenn Thornhill, and Jimmy Myers try to “Shatter Glass” to win the “Goddess of Victory,” Carolyn Chap¬ man. The Latin Club won second place for this entry in the Home¬ coming Parade. 122 The F.H.A.’s dragon, “The Red Glass-Eater,” made a sweeping first- place float in the Homecoming Parade. HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES The Pioneer float lends color to the Homecoming Pa¬ rade with its eye-catching decorations. The Junior Class really beamed because of the wonder¬ ful job the members did on their float in the Home¬ coming Parade. Everyone anxiously awaits the rest of the Homecom¬ ing Parade as the A.L. Band struts by. The F.F.A. captures everyone’s attention as its catchy float rolls by in the homecoming Parade. Lynchburg cheerleaders enjoy cokes with our cheer¬ leaders during the Homecoming Game halftime. mm HOLLY QUEEN AND COURT The Holly Queen, Janie Saunders, and her Court, Carolyn Chapman, Betty McDonald, Joyce Eversole, and Muriel Ferguson, smile happily as they ride in the Salem Christmas Parade. Janie Saunders makes a beautiful Snow Queen as she reigns over all the Christmas festivities in Salem. Benny Garst looks on as his band teacher, Mr. Williams (on the saxo¬ phone), plays for the Christmas Dance. Don Gates’ band stirs up some swinging sounds for the couples- at the Christmas Dance. MAY COURT 1959 Betty McDonald Queen of May Joyce Eversole Maid of Honor Janie Saunders Carol Jean Hurt Carolyn Chapman Jane Lowe Joyce Cundiff Muriel Ferguson Jeannie Morrison Bobi Ferguson Diana Crotts Lula Downey 125 Bibi McClung Martha Mattern SCHOLARSHIP AND CITIZENSHIP: FIRST ROW, L. to R.:Francine League, “Voice of Democracy” con¬ test, winner American Legion Post 19 Constitu¬ tion speech contest. Janie Saunders, Andrew Lewis fash¬ ion board of Miller and Rhoads, “McCall’s” teen-age council of fashion. Carol Jean Hurt, A.L. fashion repre¬ sentative to Sidneys “Seventeen” fashion board. Jane Lowe, Optimist Club Citizenship Award; Steve Veasy, winner of American Legion 19 Constitution speech con¬ test. SECOND ROW: Jim Kidd, finalist in National Merit Scholarship competition. Bob Hunt, Optimist Club Citizenship Award, J.C. “Youth of Year.” Carolyn Chap¬ man, Voice of Democracy contest; American Legion Post 19 Constitution speech contest; State D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award. Frank Thomas, DEKALB Award; Farm Mechanics Award, Chapter Star Farmer, State Farmer Degree, Farm Electrification Award. ACHIEVEMENT DRAMA: Cast and Crew members of “The Subtle Circle,” first place winner of District and State Drama Festivals. FRONT, Miss Ann Thomason, author and director of play. FIRST, L. to R., Ben Chapman, Margaret Tyler. SECOND ROW: Melvin Crowd, Peggy Yates, Steve Greene, Richard Obenchain. THIRD ROW: Susan Ri- kard, Carol Myers. FOURTH ROW: Pat Rutherford, Pat Follmar, Jo Oakey. FIFTH ROW: Margaret Zeig- ler, James Finney, Charlotte Watson. (Not Pictured) Bob Keeney, Clark Vandergrift, Gaye Hurt, Lloyd Shockly, Kenny Etter, Theresa Verner, Ginny Robinson, Kay Lester. SPORTS: FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Larry Early, captain cross-country track team; Glenn Thornhill, 2nd team City- County football; Pat Powers, 1st place pole vault State Indoor Track Meet, set school pole vault record, 3rd team City County, Honorable Mention Western District foot¬ ball; Nelson Powell, Captain basketball team. SEC¬ OND ROW: Neil Churchill, 1st team City-County, 2nd team All-Western District football award; Clarence Tarp- ley, 1st Team City-County, 1st team All-Western District, 2nd Team All State football Rotary Club Football Sports¬ manship Award; Bill Wade, 2nd team City-County foot¬ ball, 2nd place Shot Put Indoor Track Meet. (Not pic¬ tured), Wayne Taliferro, capt. Indoor Track Team. 126 OUR MEMORIES MARJORIE ANN BAYSE Treasurer of Homeroom 2,5; Newspaper 1,2,3,4; Feature Editor of A.L. Spokes¬ man 5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Latin Club Assembly 4; Newspaper Assembly 4,5; Homecoming Parade 4,5; Junior-Y Teens 1; S.C.A. 1,2; Junior Classical League 3,4,5; Senior Home Economic Tea 5; Easter Pageant 3,4; Pep Club 2; Public Speaking Assembly at Cave Spring 3; Public Class Play 3. BARBARA JEAN BELCHER S.C.A. 5; Senior Y-Teens 3; Latin Club 3,4,5; Junior Classical League 3,4,5; Band 1,2,3,4,5; Pep Assemblies 2,3,4,5; Salem Halloween Parade 3,4,5; Roa¬ noke College Homecoming Parade 2,3,4; Homecoming Parade 2,3,4,5; Shrine Bowl Parade and Football Game 1,2,3, 4,5; Apple Harvest Festival in Chilho- wie, Va. 5; Salem Christmas Parade 3,4,5; Roanoke Christmas Parade 2,3,4; Southeastern Band Festival in Bristol, Va. 5; Band Choir Christmas Concert 3; Spring Band Concert 1,2,3,4,5; Band Concert at Veterans Administration 3,4, 5; Salem Boy Scout Parade 3; Apple Blossom Festival 1,3; District V I Band Festival 1,4,5; Vinton Dogwood Fes¬ tival 4; A Cappella Choir 5; Christmas Assembly 5; Christmas Concert at Vet¬ erans Administration 5; Easter Pageant 5; Spring Concert 5; District VI Choir Festival 5; National Forensic League 5. CAROLYN JOYCE BELL F.B.L.A. Group Leader 5; Bi-Phy- Chem Club 1,2; Sports Club 3,4; Social Chairman of Sports Club 4; P.T.A. Achievement Night Program 3; F.H.A. 3; F.H.A. Assembly 3; Secretary of Home Room 1 ; Roanoke County Science Fair 1,2; Pep Club 2,3,4, Homecoming Pa¬ rade 2,3,4,5; Homecoming Planning Committee 4; City-County Track Hop Committee 4; Annual Staff 4,5; Girls’ Basketball 3,4; Decorations Committee for Prom 5; Tumbling 3,4; Softball 3; Dancing 2,3; Bowling 3,4; Shuffleboard 3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Sports Club Awards Banquet 2,3,4; Manager Horse Shoes 4; Horse Shoes 3,4; Annual Staff Assembly 4,5. CLARENCE ELTON BIRCH Captain Varsity Football Team 5. AUBURN WESLEY BLACK Library Club 1; S.C.A. 1,2,3; Latin Club 2,3; Junior Classical League 2,3; Main¬ tenance Crew 4; D.E. Club 5; National D.E.C.A. 5. CONNIE MARIE BOOHER S.C.A. 1,2; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Group Leader 5 ; Assistant Photographer 4. I v- A “ WARREN CALVIN BOOTHE Transfer Student Latin Club 2,3; Projection Club 2,3; Talent Show 4,5; Distributive Educa¬ tion Club 4,5; D.E. Club President 5; Member National D.E.C.A. Clubs of America 3,4,5; Master of Ceremonies D.E. Halloween Hop 5. ROBERT NANCE BRADLEY F.F.A. 2; Athletic Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4,5; Monogram 4,5; Hi-Y 5; Country Science Fair 2,3; Regional Science Fair 3; Volleyball 1; S.C.A. 1,2. JERRY ANN BRICKEY Pep Club 1,2,3; S.C.A. 2; Sr. Y Teens 3,4; F.H.A. Fashion show 4,5; Annual Staff 4; Annual Assembly 4; College Night 4; P.T.A. fashion show 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4,5; Secretary 4; 4-H honor club 4,5; 4-H Achievement day decorat¬ ing committee 5; 4-H camp 1,3; Salem Christmas Parade 4,5; Roanoke Christ¬ mas Parade 5; Christmas Dance decorat¬ ing committee 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom decorating committee 4. JUDITH ELLEN BROWN S.C.A. 1,2,3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Field Trips F.B.L.A. 4; Sports Club 3; 4-H Talent Show 3. LINDA KAY BROWN Transfer Student F.H.A. 2,3; S.C.A. 3; F.B.L.A. 4,5; F.B.L.A. Radford Regional Convention 4; 4-H Club 2. MARGARET LOUISE BROWN EMMA MAE ALTICE F.B.L.A. 4,5; S.C.A. 4; Sports Club 3,4; Essay Contest Winner — First Place 5; Second place winner in Shorthand — Typewriting Contest at Madison Col¬ lege 5. LOU ANN ANDREWS Transfer Student Student Council 1; Vice-President F.H.A. 2; Treasurer Sr. Y-Teens 2; Vol¬ leyball Captain 2; Sr. Choir 2; Latin Club 3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 2,3,4,5; Pep Club 4,5; Christmas Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Homecoming Parade 4; Secretary of Homeroom 1. IRMA JEAN ANDERSON Transfer Student F.H.A. 2; F.T.A. 2; Library Club 1,2; Girls’ Athletic Association 2; Library 3,4,5; Y-Teens 1; Voice of Christian Youth 3. BETTY LOUISE ARRINGTON Jr. Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 1 ; S.C.A. 1,2,3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Radford Regional FBLA Treasurer 4; Group Captain of FBLA 3; Beta Club 3,4,5; Homeroom Officer 1,3; Beta Club Assembly 4,5; Public Speaking Play 3; Senior Class Treasurer 5; Homecoming Court 5; Sen¬ ior Mirror “Most Likely to Succeed” 5; Pep Club 4; Homecoming Assembly 5; Homecoming Parade 3,5; Class Coun¬ cil 5; Home Room Princess 1; Home Room Queen 3; Fort Lewis Assembly 3; Cave Spring Assembly 3; Vice-Pres. FBLA 3; Sportsmanship Award 2; Rad¬ ford Regional FBLA Meeting 3,4; Can¬ didate for Girl State 4. GORDON MADISON BAILEY Latin Club 2; Homecoming Parade 3; Latin Club Easter Program 3. MILDRED ANNE BALL Latin Club 2; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y- Teens 3; F.B.L.A. 4,5; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4,5; May Dance Program 1; Homecoming Talent Show 3; F.B.L.A. Field Trips 5; Homecoming Parade 3. ROSE ANNA BARR Program Chairman of Class Club 1; Most Personality Eighth Grade Mirror; Home Room President 2,3; Class Coun¬ cil 2,3; Jr. Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. Club 2; Latin Club 3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Y-Teen Homeroom Captain 5; Y-Teen Cabinet Member 4,5; Y-Teen World Fellowship Chairman 5; Pep 3,4,5; Cheerleader 4,5; Talent Show 3; F.H.A. Fashion Shows Assembly 3,4,5; Latin Club Assembly 4; Y-Teen Assembly 4,5; Vice-President Homeroom 4; Sweetheart Dance figure 4; May Dance Decorating 4; Homecoming Court 5; Homecoming Parade 3,4,5, Study Hall Supervisor for Eighth Grade 5. The Wolverine Bandstand members are: FIRST ROW, Left to Right — Jane Lowe, Francine League, Carolyn Chap¬ man, Bobi Ferguson, and Martha Mat- tern. SECOND ROW — Joe Bounds, Lloyd Shockley, Reid Garst, and Wil¬ ber Byer. J.V. Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4,5; Monogram Club 4,5; Varsity Track 3,4,5; Wrestling 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4,5; Sec. of Hi-Y 4; Latin Club 4,5; Beta Club 3,4, 5; President of Beta Club 5; Student Council 5; Treas. of Student Council 5; First Team All City-County Football 5; Second Western District Football 5; Library Club 1; Jr. Science Club 1,2; Talent Show 5; “Typical Senior” Sr. Mirror 5; National Forensic League 5; Talent Show 1; Homeroom reporter for newspaper 1; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y- Teens 5; S.C.A. 1,2; F.H.A. 3,4; Group captain in F.H.A. 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Group Captain in F.B.L.A. 4,5; Third place in Sewing Contest 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Homecoming Parade F.H.A. 3; Fashion Show 3,4,5; Easter Pageant 1; Won Certificate in Fashion Show 3,4; Decorating Committee for Junior Senior Prom 4. OUR MEMORIES HOWARD BUTTS, Jr. Library Club 1; Hi-Y 3,4,5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Junior Science Club 1,2. WILBER BERTIE BYER Bi-Phy-Chem Jr. Science Club 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4,5; S.C.A. 1; Library Club 2; Home¬ room Secretary 4; Newspaper Staff 4,5; Wolverine Bandstand 4,5; Decorating Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Homeroom Treasurer 1. PERRY WILSON CALIGAN 4-H 1; S.C.A. 1,2; Talent Show 3,4,5; Junior Basketball 5; Audio-Visual 3,5; Vice-President 5; P.T.A. Talent Show 4. HARRY LEE CANNON Junior Science Club 2; Varsity Track 3,4,5; Varsity Football 4,5; Monogram Club 5. HILDA ANNE CATES Transfer Student Soft Ball Team 1,2; Senior Y-Teens 3,4; S.C.A. 4,5; F.B.L.A. 5. JUDY FRANCES CHANDLER Junior 4-H 1; S.C.A. 1,2,3; F.B.L.A. 4,5. Attended Radford Regional Conven¬ tion 4. CAROLYN ELIZABETH CHAPMAN Student Council Representative 1; Dele¬ gate to District S.C.A. Convention 1; Library Club 1; Student Library Staff 1; Eighth Grade Mirror “Typical Eighth Grader” 1; Public Speaking Play 1; Newspaper Staff 2; Annual Staff 1,3,4,5, Co-editor 5; Class Talent Show 1,2,3, 4,5; Chairman 4; Assembly Programs I, 2,3,4,5; Vocalletes 1,2, President 2; J. V. Cheerleader 2; H.R. Secretary 1,2; Junior Science Club 1,2; Secretary 2; Choir 1,2,3; Floats in Homecoming Pa¬ rade 1,2,3,4,5; Madonna in Christmas Assembly 3; Teenage Road-E-O 3; S.I.P.A. Convention 4; Co-Chairman Christmas Dance 4; Chairman Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Girls’ State 4, City Treasurer, Delegate to Model Convention; Wol¬ verine Band-Stand 4,5; Model in F.H.A. Assembly 4, Honorable Mention; Bac¬ calaureate and Commencement Exer¬ cises Usher 4; Annual Staff Dedication Program 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Treasurer 5; Junior Classical League 2,3,4,5; Easter Pageant 2,3,4,5; May Dance Committees 3,4,5; May Court 4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5, Recording Secre¬ tary 5; Beta State Convention 4,5; Sr. Y-Teen 3,4,5; Sweetheart Dance Com¬ mittee 4,5; Figure 5; Devotional — Cen¬ ter Chairman 5; Delegate to Youth Seminar 5; National Forensic League 5; Vice-President 5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Cast of “Lillom” 5; American Legion Oratory Contest 5; “Voice of Democ¬ racy” Contest 5; Holly Queens Court 5; Senior Mirror — “Most Dependable” 5; State D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 5 ; A.L. Model on T.V. 5; A Cappella Choir 5; District Chair Festival 5; District Drama Festival 5. NEIL CHURCHILL J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4,5; Indoor Track 4,5; Spring Track 3,4,5; Wrestling 3; Baseball 2; Monogram Club 3,4,5; Treasurer Monogram Club 4; Vice-President Monogram Club 5; Out¬ standing lineman Football 5; 2nd Team City-County Football 4; 2nd Team Western District Football 4,5; 1st Team City-County Football 5; 3rd Team All State Football 5; 4th Shot Put V.H.S.L Outdoor State Track Meet 4; 1st Shot Put, V.P.I. Relays 4; 1st Shot Put, West¬ ern District Track Meet 4; 2nd Shot Put, City-Country Track Meet 4; 3rd Shot Put, V.H.S.L. Outdoor State Tra ck Meet 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4,5; Latin Club 3; Beta Club 3,4,5; Homeroom President 3; Boys’ Chorus 2; Jr. Choir 3; “Friendliest” Sen¬ ior Mirror 5. BETTY JO COLLINS Transfer Student Secretary of Our Times Club 3; Class Secretary 4; Treasurer of Luncheon Dept. 3,4; Home Ec. Assembly 2,3. RONALD EUGENE CONNER J.V. football 3,4; Varsity football 5; Track 3,4; Home Room President 5; Class Council 5; Youth Seminar 5; Monogram Club 5; Hi-Y 5. CHARLES WATSON CROMER 4-H Club 1,2,3; S.C.A. 1,2,3; Shop Superintendent in I.A. Shop 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Apple Blossom Festival in Win¬ chester 3; Roanoke Christmas Parade 1,2,3,4; Pep Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Salem Christmas Parade 1,2,3,4; Roanoke Col¬ lege Homecoming Parade 3,4; Home¬ coming Parade 3,4; Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,4; Shrine Bowl Parade Game 1,2, 3,4; Latin Club 3; Chilhowie Band Fes¬ tival 3; D.E. Club 5; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Spring Band Concerts 1,2,3; Represented D.E. Club in Richmond 5; National Deca 5; Halloween Hop Given by D.E. Club 5. CYNTHIA ELIZABETH CROSSWHITE Junior Science Club 1; Latin Club 2,3, 4; Vice-President of Home Room 2; Latin Club Assembly 3; Easter Pageant 3; College Night 4; Decorated Float for Homecoming Parade 5; Annual Staff 5; Christmas Choir Concert 5; District Festival 5; Concert at V.A. Hospital 5; Easter Pageant 5; Spring Concert 5. SHIRLEY ANN CRAWFORD F.B.L.A. Parliamentarian 4,5; F.B.L.A. Radford Region and Planning Meet¬ ing 4; Typing Contest Madison College 3. JOYCE ANNE CUNDIFF Transfer Student Girls’ Athletic Association 1; Award Assembly 1; Choir 1; Cheerleader 1; Secretary of Home Room 1 ; Basketball team 1; FHA 1,3,4,5; FHA Secretary 5; FHA Group Chairman 4; FHA Fashion Show Assembly 3,4,5; Fashion Show for Achievement night 3,4; FHA fashion show on television 4,5; Federation meet¬ ing at Lee Junior 5; Song Leader of Roanoke Craig Area Federation FHA 5; Federation Planning meeting Jefferson 5; P.T.A. fashion 3,4,5; Committee Chairman for FHA Hop 3,4,5; Junior Homemaker’s Degree 4; Chapter’s Homemaker’s Degree 5; Federation meeting New Castle 5; FHA float in homecoming parade 4,5; FHA float for Salem Christmas Parade 4; FHA float for Roanoke Christmas Parade 5; S.C.A. 2; Vice-President Home Room 3; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. Corresponding Secretary 4; F.B.L.A. Recording Secre¬ tary 4; F.B.L.A. field trip 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. President of Radford Region 5; Vice-President of State F.B.L.A. 5; F.B.L.A. Radford Regional Meeting 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. Radford Regional Del¬ egate 4; F.B.L.A. State Convention 4,5; F.B.L.A. State Planning Meeting 5; F.B.L.A. Massanetta Workshop 4; Chairman F.B.L.A. Homecoming 3,4; Vice-President 4; Sports Club Installa¬ tion Service 3,4; Sports Club Award Banquet 3,4,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Vice- President 5; Homecoming Parade Com¬ mittee 5; Sports Club Christmas Party for Under-privileged Children 3,4; Vol¬ leyball 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Softball 3,4; Bowling 3,4; Ping-Pong doubles 3,4; Ping-pong doubles 3,4; Ping-pong singles 3,4; badminton 3,4; Received Letter Numbers, Star, and Cup 4,5; Girls’ Choir 3; Christmas Assembly 3; A Cappella Choir 5; Christmas Concert 5; Spring Concert 5; District Festival 5; Easter Pageant 5; Easter Assembly 5; Talent Show 4.5; Decorating Commit¬ tee for Christmas dance 4; Decorating Committee for Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Newspaper staff 4,5; Andrew Lewis Spokesman 4; Circulation Manager 5; Newspaper As¬ sembly 4,5; May Court 5. WILLIAM LEE DAIL Junior Classical League 3,4,5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Easter Pageant 3,4; J.V. Football 4; Science Club 1,2; Home Room Vice-President 5. BEVERLY DARDEN Class Secretary 1; Home Room Secre¬ tary 3; Girls’ Chorus 1,2,3; A Cappella Carolyn Elmore and Muriel Ferguson look “The Spokesman” over while Bev Darden makes a sale to delighted Carol Blount. The Senior Mirror is out! OUR MEMORIES Choir 4,5; Secretary-Treasurer, A Cap- pella Choir 5; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Treas¬ urer 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Treasurer 5; A. L. Spokesman Staff 1,2,3,4; News Editor 4; Co-Editor 5; Jr. Assembly 4; Newspaper Assembly 4,5; Homecoming Talent Show 3; Latin Club Easter Pag¬ eant 3,4,5; Class Council 1; Pep Club 1,3; District VI Choir Festival 4,5; First Methodist Church Concert 4; Vet¬ erans’ Hospital Concert 4,5; Salem Music Club Concert 4,5; Ticket Chair¬ man Prom 4; Decorations Committee Christmas Dance 4; Delegate to S.I.P.A. Convention 4; Homecoming Parade 2,3,4,5; Jr. Classical League 2,3,4,5; Sweetheart Figure 5; Talent Show 3. FRANCES ELAINE DAUGHERTY S.C.A. 1; Junior Science Club 1; Fash¬ ion Show 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; Choral 1; Photographer F.B.L.A. 4; Homecoming Parade 5; Regional Convention F.B.L.A. 3,4,5. ELIZABETH STRATTAN DAWSON Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4,5; Feature Ed¬ itor, A.L. Spokesman 4; Co-Editor A.L. Spokesman 5; Newspaper Staff Assem¬ bly 4,5; Co-Chairman Newspaper staff picnic 4; S.I.P.A. Convention 4; Annual Staff representative 1; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Secretary Jr. Y-Teen 4; Sr. Y-Teen 3,4,5; Secretary Sr. Y-Teens 5; Publicity Chair¬ man Sr. Y-Teens 4; Y-Teens Sweetheart Dance Figure 4,5; Decorating commit¬ tee for Sweetheart Dance 4,5; Speaker in Y-Teens Recognition Service 5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Latin Club Assem¬ bly 2,3; Easter Pageant 2,3,4,5; May Dance Decorating 2,3; Home Room Secretary 2,5; Vice-President Home Room 3; Christmas Decorating Commit¬ tee 4; College 4,5; Pep Club 3; Sr. Home Ec. Banquet 5; Sr. Home Ec. Tea 5; Co-chairman Publicity committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom 4; Alternate Girls’ State 4; Junior Classical League 2,3,4,5; Home¬ coming Parade 2,3,4,5 ; Homecoming Talent Show 2; Talent Show 3,5; Dec¬ orating committee 5. CAROLYN ANGELA DEEDS F.B.L.A. 4; Delegate to F.B.L.A. Work¬ shop at Massanetta 4; President F.B. L.A. 5; Homecoming Parade 5; Rad¬ ford Regional F.B.L.A. Meeting 5. CONRAD WOOTSON DILLON Class Vice President 3; Latin Club 3,4,5; Pep Club 3,4. VIRGINIA ANNA DONNELLY Choral 2,3; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Easter Pageant 3,4; Home Ec. Assembly 3; Latin Club Assembly 3,4; Modeled for P.T.A. 3. 1,2,3,4,5; Honor Club 4,5; President of 4-H Club 4; Jr. Science Club 2; Sr. Science Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 3,4; K.V.G. Club 3,4,5; Wrestling Team 2; Baseball Team 4. BARBARA ANNE DUNCAN Secretary of Home Room 3; Talent Show 1,3; F.H.A. 3,4; F.H.A. Assembly 3,4; Junior Women’s Club Fashion Show at Longwood 4; Home Economics and Dietetics Convention at Hotel Roa¬ noke 3; F.B.L.A. Treasurer 5; Homecom¬ ing Parade 5; P.T.A. Achievement Night Fashion show 3,4; Girls’ Choir 3. DANNY CARSON DUNMAN Home Room President 1,2; Home Room Treasurer 3,4,5; Wrestling Team 4; Track Team 4; Student Council Hall Guide 5. LARRY MONROE EARLY Track Team 3,4,5; Cross-Country Track Team 3,4,5; Cross-Country Captain 5; A.A.O. Cross-Country 5; Member of State Champions 4; Monogram Club 4,5; Monogram Assembly 3,4,5. CONSTANCE EUGENIA EDWARDS Secretary of S.C.A. 5; Secretary of Home Room 1; S.C.A. 1,3,4,5; Song Leader of S.C.A. 4; Vice-President F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; Treasurer 4; Vice-President 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Corresponding Secre¬ tary 5 ; A Cappella Choir 4,5 ; 10th Grade Choir 2,3; District Festival 4,5; Pep Club 2,3; Baccalaureate Exercises 4; Com¬ mencement Exercises 4; Beta Club As¬ sembly 3,4,5; Talent Show Assemblies 1,3; Christmas Assemblies 4,5; Easter Assemblies 4,5; Living Pictures from the Life of Christ 4,5; FBLA District Con¬ vention 4,5; Beta Club Convention 5; Christmas Concert 4,5; Spring Choir Concert 4,5; Goal Post Decorating Committee for Pep Club 2,3; FBLA Float 5; Secretary of home room 3; Scrapbook Committee for FBLA 4. RICHARD GENE ELMORE Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 4; Easter Pageant 3; Junior Varsity Baseball 1; Latin Club Assembly 4. WILLIAM STERLING EMORY Band 1,2,3,4,5; Hi-Y Club 2,3,4,5; Science Club 1,2; S.C.A. 1; Annual Staff 5; Dance Band 4,5; Pep Band 4,5; Pep Band 5; District VI Festival 4,5; Roanoke Christmas Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Salem Christmas Parade 4,5; Shrine Bowl game and parade 1,2,3,4,5; Win¬ chester Apple Blossom Festival 1,3; Southeastern Festival in Bristol 4,5; Band Concerts Assembly 1,2,3,4,5; Chil- howie Apple Harvest Festival 2; Roa¬ noke College Homecoming Parade 3,4,5; Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,4,5; All- State Band 5; Concerts at Veterans Hos¬ pital 3,4,5; Candidate for Boys’ State 4; Salem Boys’ Club Parade 3; Master Musician in Band. ELIZABETH JEAN EUNSON Latin Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; S.C.A. 1; Y-Teens 3,4; Easter Pageant 4; Latin Club A ssembly 5. JOYCE ANN EVERSOLE Transfer Student Student Council 1,4,5; Secretary 5; Phys¬ ical Education Camp 1; Queen of Eighth Grade 1; President of Class 1; Treasurer of Torch-Y 1; Homeroom Pres¬ ident 3,4; Homeroom Treasurer 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Secre¬ tary 5; Vice-President of Class 4; Class County Fair Queen 3; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Class Council 3,5; May Court 4,5; Maid-of-FIonor 5; Homecoming Court 5; Maid-of-Honor 5; Jr-Sr. Prom Figure 4,5; Sr. Talent Show 5; “Cutest” in Sr. Mirror 5; Holly Queen Court 5; Cheer¬ leader 4,5; Pep Club 2,3,4,5; Student Council Poster Committee 5. MARY ELIZABETH FAULKERSON F.H.A. Fashion Show 2; Latin Club 3; Pep Club 3; F.B.L.A. 5. MURIEL FRANCES FERGUSON Home Room President 1,2,5; Vice Pres¬ ident 3,4; Class Council 1,2,5; Latin Club 5; Latin Club Assembly 5; Thanksgiving Assembly 5; Junior Clas¬ sical League 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Beta Club Assembly 3,4,5; Beta Club Con¬ vention 4,5; Eighth Grade Candidate for Queen in County Fair 1; Junior Science Club 1,2; Bi-Phy 3,4,5; Vice President 4; President 5; Roanoke County Science Fair 1,2,4; Bi-Phy-Chem Float in Homecoming Parade 3; Dele¬ gate to Science Convention at Randolph Macon Woman’s College 4; Virginia Junior Academy of Science 1,2,3,4,5; Science Clubs of America 1,2,3,4,5; Vir¬ ginia Junior Academy of Science Con¬ vention 4,5; Pep Club 2,3,4,5, Vice President 4; Homecoming Parade Float 4; P.T.A. Back to School Night 1,2,5; Talent Show 4,5; Decoration Chairman for Junior and Senior Talent Show 4,5; Decoration Chairman for Christmas Dance 4; Chief Marshal for Commence¬ ment Sermon and Exercises 4; Senior Mirror — Typical Senior 5; Home¬ coming Court 5; Salem Holly Queen Court 5; May Court 4,5; Alternate Cheerleader 5; Annual Staff 4,5; Junior- Senior Prom Figure 5; Wolverine Band¬ stand. DOUGLAS ALAN DOWDY H.R. President 1; Jr. Bi-Phy-Chem 1,2; Latin Club 2.3,4; Senior Bi-Phy-Chem 3; Easter Pageant 3; Senior Play 1. SAMUEL LUTHER DOYLE Secretary of home room 4; 4-H Club Screams of delight and happiness from the May Court fill Miss Cook’s room when the queen, Betty McDonald, and the maid-of-honor, Joyce Eversole, are announced. r C 1 W ' M x A OUR MEMORIES REBECCA SUE FERGUSON Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Easter Pageant 4; May Program 4; Distributive Education Club 5; Reporter of D.E. Club 5; Band 4; Latin Club Assembly 3. CAROLY JO FINNIGAN Transfer Student Glee Club 1,2; Thanksgiving Assembly 2; Homeroom Secretary 1; Home Room President 2,3; Student Council Repre¬ sentative 2,3; T.Q.P. 3; Band 1,2,3; May Day Program 2; Graduation Pro¬ gram 2; Christmas Pageant 2; Latin Club 3,4,5; Program Chairman of Latin Club 3; Latin Club President 4; Honor Club 3,4; FTA 4; FTA Assembly 4; Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; Latin Club Play at Roanoke College 5; Senior Talent Show 5; Y-Teens Recognition Service 5; Chairman of School fund Drive 2; Band Trip to Maine 2; Band Trip to New York and Long Island 3; Greater Lynn Band Concert 1,2,3; Spring Con¬ cert 1,2,4; Northeastern Band Festival 2. BARRY NELSON FIREBAUGH S.C.A. 1; 4-H 1; B-Team Football 3; Science Club 3; Hi-Y 3,4,5; Wrestling 3. ROBERT ORVAL GARMAN F.F.A. 2,3,4,5; K.V.G. 3,4,5; 4-H Club 1 , 2 . REID ASHPY GARST J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3; Latin Club 4; Sports Editor 5; Provin¬ cial Governor 5; Wrestling 3; Hi-Y 4,5. SANDRA LEE GAULDIN Modeled in F.H.A. Fashion Show 3; Sports Club 3; Member of F.B.L.A. Delegate for re gional and state conven¬ tion 4; Parliamentarian of D.E. Club 5. FRED RUTHFORD GEARHEART, Jr. Eighth Grade Basketball, Junior Var¬ sity Basketball 2,3; Varsity Basketball 4,5; Co-Captain of Basketball Team 5; Cross-country Track 4,5; Spring Track 3; Monogram Club 4,5; Hi-Y 4,5. GEORGIA ELIZABETH GLASS Junior Y-Teens 1,2; S.C.A. 1,2; F.H.A. 3,4; 4-H 1,2; F.H.A. Fashion Show 3,4; Talent Show 2. CAROLYN MARGARET GOODE S.C.A. 1,2; Choral 2; Christmas Assem¬ bly 2; Easter Assembly 2; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 4; Y-Teen Assembly 4. BARRY KIRK GOODWIN Band 1,2; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Freshman Football 2; J.V. Football 3,4; Track 2,3; Easter Pageant 2,3,4; Latin Club Thanksgiving Assembly 3; Junior Science Club 1,2; Senior Science Club 3; Library Club Treasurer 1. JOHN PIERPONT GOODWIN J.V. Football 2; B-Team Football 3; Varsity Football 5; Hi-Y 5; Bi-Phy- Chem Science Club 2; Latin Club 3,4,5; Master of Ceremonies for the Latin Club Assembly 4; Master of Ceremonies for Talent Show 4; Senior Mirror — “Best Looking.” ROGER WAYNE GRAY 4-H Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 3,4,5; Tal¬ ent Show 1,2,3,4; Latin Club Assembly 4,5; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 3; Easter Pageant 4,5; J.C.L. 3,4,5. BARBARA ANN GRAYBEAL Back to School Night Fashion Show 4; F.H.A. Assembly 4; D.E. Club 5; Em¬ ployer-Employee Banquet 5; Job In¬ terview Contest 5. RICHARD FORROR GRAYBILL Transfer Student J.V. Football 1; Varsity 2,3,4,5; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Varsity 3,4; Baseball 4; Varsity Track 5; S.C.A. 4; Vice-President 4; Class President 2; Class President 4; Varsity Club 2,3; Reporter 4; Vice- President 4. JAMES CARLTON GRESHAM, Jr. Jr. Science Club 1,2; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 3,4; Va. Jr. Academy of Science 1,2,3,4; Science Clubs of America 1,2,3,4; Decorating Committee for Sophomore and Junior Assemblies 3,4; Homecoming Parade 5; Ushered Beta Club Installation 3,4,5; Easter Pag¬ eant 3,4,5; Driving Rodeo 3; Spoke in Devotions 4,5; Sang in Devotions 4; Choral 1; A Cappella Choir 4; Thanks¬ giving Assembly 5; Christmas Assem¬ bly, Parade, Concert 5; Spring Concert 5; Salem Music Club 5; District Choir Festival 5; Latin Club 3,4; Jr. Classical League 3,4; National Forensic League 5; S.C.A. 4,5; Vice-President 4; Presi¬ dent 5; Christmas Nativity Scene 4,5; Representative to Youth Seminar 5; World Day of Prayer Assembly 5; Track 4; Jr. Varsity Football 2,3; Varsity Foot¬ ball 4; Representative to Boys’ State 4; City Clerk at Boys’ State; Newspaper Staff 1,3; Annual Staff 4,5; Business Manager 5; Representative to S.I.P.A. Convention 4; “Pioneer” Dedication Assembly 4,5; Home Room Vice Presi¬ dent 2,4,5; Home Room President 3; Class Council 3,5; Vice President of Sen¬ ior Class; Junior-Senior Prom Figure 5; “Most Sincere” -— Senior Mirror 5. ROBERT PEYTON GROGAN Transfer Student Latin Club 3,4,5; S.C.A. 2; Science Club 1; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Wrestling 2. LEON GERALD GROSS Bi-Phy-Chem 1; F.F.A. Club 2,3; Cattle Judging 2,3; F.F.A. Summer Camp 3; Treasurer of Home Room 2; Christmas Tableau 5; S.C.A. 5. CHRISTOPHER ROBERT GRUBB J.V. Track 1,2; J.V. Football 1,2; “B” Team 3; “B” Team Football 3; Varsity Track 4; Varsity Football 4,5; Hi-Y 5; Treasurer of Homeroom 3. MARVIN LEE GRUBB 4-H Club 1; Jr. Science Club 2,3; Li¬ brary Club 2; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 3; J.C.L. 3,4,5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Easter Pageant 3,4; Latin Club Assem¬ bly 3; Junior Achievement 5. ALVIN RICHARD HALL Wrestling 2; “B”-Team Football and Varsity Track 3; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Track 4; Monogram Club 4; Var¬ sity Football; Secretary of Monogram Club, and Home Room Secretary 5. RICHARD LEE HARDISON Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Pep Club 2,3,4,5; Band 1,2; Science Club 1,2; Beta Club 3,4,5; Easter Pageant 2,3,4; Talent Show 3; Latin Club Thanksgiving As¬ sembly 3; Home Room Secretary 1. CAROLYN SUE HAWKINS Junior Y-Teens 1,2; S.C.A. 2; Sr. Y- Teens 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; Y-Teen Recognition Service 5; Radford Re¬ gional Convention 4; Eighth Grade Mirror, “Most Personality” 1 ; Senior Mirror, “Best Sense of Humor” 5; Li¬ brary Committee 5. RUTH ALLENE HELMS 4-H Club 1; S.C.A. 2; Y-Teens 3; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Talent Show 3. MARY SUE HILTON Library Club 1; S.C.A. 2,3; Latin Club 3; Science Club 1,2; F.H.A. 3; Treas¬ urer of D.E. 5; Easter Pageant 3. ANN CAROLYN HINSON Home Room President 1; Bi-Phy-Chem 1; Class Council 1; County Fair 1; Eighth Grade Mirror; Home Room Vice President 3; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teens Recognition Assem¬ bly 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Home Room Treasurer 4; Decoration Committee for Christmas Dance 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee for Junior-Senior Prom 4; Decora¬ tion Committee for Talent Show 4: Dec- “Block that kick!” yell the cheerleaders after a bad moment at the Danville game. OUR MEMORIES oration Committee for Jr. Class Float in Homecoming Parade 4; F.B.L.A. 5. CHARLES VANLEAR HOBACK Indoor State Champ. Track Team 4; Varsity Football 5; J.V. 3,4; Track 3,4; Latin Club 3,4,5; Treasurer of Hi-Y Club 5; Senior Mirror, “Cutest,” 5; Talent Show 5; Monogram Club 5; Science Club 4,5; Wrestling 1; Easter Pageant 4,5. RONALD JULION HODGES Library Club 2; Maintenance Crew 4; D.E. Club 5. JAMES WHITNEY HOLTMAN All-State Band 4,5; Band Camp 4; Band 1,2,3,4,5; Dance Band 3,4,5; Pep Band 5; Southeastern Band Festival (Bristol) 4,5; Apple Blossom Festival (Winchester) 1,3; Apple Harvest Festi¬ val (Chilhowie) 2; District Festival (Cave Spring) 4; Shrine Bowl Parade and Game 1,2,3,4,5; Roanoke Christmas Parade 3,4,5; Salem Christmas Parade 4,5; Salem Halloween Parade 3,4,5; Jr. Talent Show 4; P.T.A. Talent Show 4; Homecoming Parade 3,4,5; Roanoke College Homecoming Parade 4; Dog¬ wood Festival 4,5; Director of Dance Band 5; 2nd Class Musicianship 4; 1st Class Musicianship 5; Master Musician- ship 5. HUNTLEY BRACKET HOUCK Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Jr. Classical League 2,3,4,5; Easter Pageant 1,2,3,4,5; Goal Post Decorating Committee 1,2,3,4,5; Homecoming Parade 2,3,4,5; Jr. Bi-Phy- Chem Science Club 1,2; President- Elect 1; President 2; S.C.A. 1; Beta Club 3,4,5; Beta Club Assembly 3,4,5; Newspaper Staff 1,2; Band 1,2; Roa¬ noke Merchant’s Parade at Christmas 1,2; Winchester Apple Blossom Festival 2; Apple Harvest at Chilhowie 2; Tal¬ ent Show 3,5; Master of Ceremonies 3; Home Room President 1,5; College Night Host 4,5; Back to School Night 1,5. NITA DAWN HOWERY Secretary of 4-H Club 1,2,3; S.C.A. 1,2; Choir 1; Pep Club 1; F.B.L.A.3,4; F.B.L.A. Float 4; F.B.L.A. Convention 4; Sports Club 3,4,5; Sports Club In¬ stallation Dinner 3,4; Recorder of Points of Sports Club 4; Jr. Assembly 4; Dis¬ tributive Education 5; Distributive Edu¬ cation Hop Committee 5; Chairman of Sports Club Hop 5; Secretary of Dis¬ tributive Education Club 5; President of Sports Club 5; Senior Mirror, “Most Athletic” 5; Jr. Sr. Prom Committee 4; Badminton 3,4; Shuffleboard 3,4; Tennis 3,4; Folk Dancing 2,3,4; Soft- ball 2; Basketball 2,3,4,5; Tumbling 2,3. LARRY DOUGLAS HUGHES Prince of the 8th Grade 1; Secretary of Homeroom 3; Treasurer of F.F.A. 3; Vice-President of D.E. Club 5; Talent Show 4,5. Football players: Jack Smith, Leonard Bell, Phil Tillman, Glen Thornhill, Elton Birch, Ed Routt, and Dwin Banner and others hang up the Jefferson football dummy before the Jefferson game Pep Rally. ROBERT HUFFORD HUNT President of Student Body 5; State Pres¬ ident of the Va. Beta Clubs 5; President of Jr. Class 4; President of Homeroom 4; Boys’ State 5; U.S. Senator to Boys’ Nation 5; President of Pro-Tempore of Boys’ Nation Senate 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Beta State Convention 4,5; Hi-Y 2,3,5; Treasurer of Hi-Y Club 2; Student Council 4,5; Student Council Assembly 5; Student Council District Meeting 4; Student Council State Convention 4; J.V. Football 2; Track 1,2,3,4; J.V. Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3; Varsity Football 3,4,5; Most Determined Substitute Award 3; All-Western District Honorable Mention 4,5; Second Team All City-County Football 5; Best Back Award 5; Mono¬ gram Club 4,5; Usher at Commence¬ ment 4; First Place Winner Road-E-O 3,4; State Jaycee Driving Road-E-O 3,4; First Place Winner in Optimist Club Oratorical Contest 3; Finalist in State Optimist Club Oratorical Contest 3; Model General Assembly 3; Public Speaking Class Play 3; Talent Show 2,5; National Forensic League 3,4,5; Junior-Senior Prom Figure 4,5; News¬ paper Staff 3; Annual Staff 3; Vice President of Home Hi-Y Blue Ridge Convention 4; First Place Winner Jay¬ cee Tennis Tournament 4; Hi-Y Bas¬ ketball Team 3,4; Times-Register Ath¬ lete of the Week 5; Student Rotarian of the Month 5; Co-Captain Homecom¬ ing Football Game 4,5; A Cappella Choir 5 ; Youth Seminar 5; Class Council 4,5; Western District Forensic Meet 3,4,5; An¬ nual Virginia High School Conference on Public Affairs 5; Debating 3,5; Senior Mirror “Best Leader” 5. CAROL JEAN HURT Home Room Secretary 1,2,4,5; Home Room Treasurer 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Pep Club Secretary 4; Jr. Science Club 1,2; Jr. Science Club Treasurer 2; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1,2; Head Cheer¬ leader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 5; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Y-Teen Service Chair¬ man 4; Latin Club 3,4,5; Vocal- ettes 1,2; A Cappella Choir 4,5; May Court 4,5; Class Council 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club Play, Roanoke College 5; Eastern Pageant 3,4; Secre¬ tary Class 5; PTA Talent Show 3;Y- Teen Recognition Service 4,5; Beta Club Assembly 3,4,5; Homecoming Pa¬ rade 1,2,4,5; Sweetheart Dance Figure 4; Junior Senior Prom Figure 4; A Cap¬ pella Concerts 4,5; Representative to Seventeen Magazine 5; “Sidney’s Teen Council 5. BARBARA ANN JACKSON Sports Club 1,2,3,4; Secretary 4; Jr. Y- Teens 1,2; Service Projects Chairman 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Y-Teen Assembly 3,4,5; President Home Room 2; Class Council 2; Beta Club 3,4,5; Beta Club Assembly 4,5; F.H.A. 5; F.F.A. Chap¬ ter Sweetheart 4; Talent Show 3; News¬ paper Staff 5; Club Editor 5; Latin Club 3,4; Junior Classical League 3,4; Christmas Tableau 4; Usher at Bacca¬ laureate and Commencement Exercises 4; Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,5; Latin Club Assembly 4. JERRY DOUGLAS JOHNSTON Home Room Treasurer 1,2; Home Room Secretary 3,4; Latin Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Hi-Y Club 4,5; 4-H Club 1,2; Easter Pageant 4,5; Homecoming Parade 4,5; Decoration Committee for Christmas Dance 4; Junior-Senior Prom 4; Chairman of Ticket Committee for Christmas Dance 4; Roanoke County Science Fair 3; Latin Club Thanksgiv¬ ing Assembly 4,5. MARGARET INEZ JONES Eighth Grade Basketball Tournament 1; F.H.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 5; Assistant Re¬ porter F.B.L.A. 5. JUDY CATHERINE KEITH Secretary Home Room 1,2,3; Treasurer Home Room 4; Easter Pageant 2,3,4; Soloist at Easter Pageant 2,3,4; Thanks¬ giving Assembly with Senior Choir 2,3; Christmas Program 2,3,4,5; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Jr. Y-Teen President 2; Inter-Club Council Representative 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; S.C.A. 1,2; Jr. Choir 1,2; Sr. Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Soloist at State P.T.A. Convention at Hotel Roa¬ noke 4; District Festival 3,4,5; Excel¬ lent Rating as Soloist at District Festival 3; All-State Choir Soprano 4; Fash¬ ion Show Hotel Patrick Henry for Y- Teens 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; President Pep Club 5; Participated in Roanoke Symphony with Jr. and Sr. Choirs 2,3; Homecoming Parade 2; Sr. Y-Teen Recognition Service 3,4,5; Talent Show 4,5; P.T.A. Talent Show 4; Sr. Choir Soloist on “Young Roanoke Sings” 3; A Cappella Choir Soloist on “Young Roanoke Sings” 4; Vocalettes 1,2; Soloist in Thanksgiving Assembly 3; Soloist at Devotions 3,4,5; Soloist at Roanoke County Teachers Meeting 2; Spring Concert Soloist with A Cappella Choir 4; Commencement Exercise 3,4,5; Soloist at Public Speaking Contest 4; Soloist with A Cappella Choir at First Methodist Church 4; Chairman of Pep Club Float for Cheerleaders 4; Soloist on Television with A Cappella Choir 4; Student Council Assembly 2; Decorating Committee for Sweetheart Dance 4; Bas¬ ketball Tournament Champions 1 ; OUR MEMORIES Homecoming Court 5; “Most Talented” Senior Mirror 5; A Cappella Choir Christmas Concert 5; All-State Choir Soprano 5; Christmas Devotions 5; Beta Club Induction Service Soloist 5; Solo¬ ist for Sweetheart Dance Figure 5; V.A. Concert with A Cappella Choir 5; Flem¬ ing Exchange Assembly 3; Chairman of Pep Club Float in Homecoming Pa¬ rade 4,5; Senior Y-Teens Recognition Service 5; District Festival of Choirs 5; Sr. Y-Teens 5; Jr. Y-Teens I.C.C. Rep¬ resentative Baccalaureate Service 5; Easter Pageant 5; Spring Concert A Cappella Choir 5; F.H.A. Fashion Show Soloist 4; Y-Teens Program Fash¬ ion Show 5; Christmas Parade Choir Contest 5; District Festival Soloist 3. JAMES CHARLES KIDD Transfer Student Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,3,4; Choir 1,2,5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Hi-Y 5; Annual Staff 5; Class Play 5; Tennis team 3; Home Room President 1,2,3; Home Room Vice President 3; Student Council Alternate 3; Student Executive board 3; Beta Club Vice President 5; Spelling champion, Sheridan county 1 ; D.A.R. History Award 1; Alcoholism Essay Contest, Winner, Sheridan county 1; 2nd place state 1; first flute Minne¬ apolis All-city Band 3; A.F.S. Exchange Student Finalist 4; Representative in Ford Journalism competition 5; semi¬ finalist, National Merit Scholarship competition 5; finalist in piano, Minne¬ apolis Symphony Contest 3; Talent show 1,2,4,5. DAVID LAVINDER KINSEY Pep Club 4; Advertising Manager of the Annual Staff 5; Hi-Y 4; Pep Club float 4; Annual Staff Float 5. WAYNE WEBB LAYMAN Drum Major of Marching Band 5; Stu¬ dent Director of Concert Band 5; Band 1,2,3,4,5; Dance Band 3,4,5; Pep Band 4,5; Southern Marching Band Festival at Bristol 4,5; Apple Blossom Festival at Winchester 1,3; Apple Harvest Festival at Chilhowie 2; Dogwood Festival at Vinton 4,5; Shrine Bowl Parade and Game 1,2,3,4,5; Roanoke Christmas Pa¬ rade 1,2,3,4,5; Salem Christmas Parade 4,5; Salem Halloween Parade 3,4,5; Andrew Lewis Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Roanoke College Homecom¬ ing Parade 4; Band Camp 4; Baseball 4; Track 2; S.C.A. 1,2; F.F.A. 2,3,4,5; State F.F.A. Band 2,3,4; Assistant Vice President F.F.A. Degree Team 3; Sat¬ urday Session T.V. Show with Dance Band 4,5; Inter-Club Council Dance with Dance Band 5; Hops Dance Band 4,5; Science Club 1; Senior Mirror — “Most School Spirit” 5; Band concert at Veterans Administation 3,4,5; Advertis¬ ing Staff of Annual 5; F.F.A. Television Show 3; Fall Drama Presentation — Lilliom 5; Talent Show 5; Band As¬ semblies 1,2,3,4,5; F.F.A. Camp 2,3,4; Green Hand — F.F.A. 2; Chapter Farmer — F.F.A. 3; F.F.A. Public Speak¬ ing 2,3; College Night 4,5; 4-H Ding Achievement Day 5; 4-H Gold Filled Medals in Garden, Citizenship, Leader¬ ship, Home Grounds Beautification, Electric and Entomology 2,3,4,5; 4-H Honor Club 3; 4-H Camp 3,4; Delegate 4-H Short Course at V.P.I. 3,4, 4-H Band, Choir Concert 3; State 4-H Cho¬ rus 3,4; District Concert Band Festival 4,5. FRANCINE MARGARET LEAGUE Junior Y-Teens 1,2; Home Room Cap¬ tain 2; Vocalettes 1,2; Danced for May Day Presentation 1,3; Danced for William Fleming High School Choir Exchange Program 3; Danced in Appalachian Christmas Choir program 3; Vocalettes P.T.A. Program 2; Vocalettes Church Concert 2; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Palm Sunday Latin Club and Music De¬ partment Pageant 2,3,4,5 ; Student Director of Pageant 5; Redile of Latin Club 5; Vice President of Home Room 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Junior Classical League 2,3,4,5; Class Talent Shows 2,3,4,5; Girls’ Basketball Champions 1; Orientation Program Speech for Eighth Grade 1; Choral 1,2,3; Member of A Cappella Choir 4,5; Christmas Choir Assembly and Concert 4; All-State Choir 5; Young Roanoke Sings 1,2,3,4,5; Modern Dance Group 1 ; Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; Co-Music Director of Sr. Y-Teens 5; Sr. Y-Teens Recognition Service 3,4,5; Sweetheart Dance Figure 5; Choreog¬ rapher of Sweetheart Dance Figure 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Beta Club Convention Program 4; Ways and Means Committee of Beta Club 5; Beta Club Induction Service 3,4,5; Latin Club Assembly 4; Latin Club Thanksgiving Assembly 4; Assistant Director 5; Drama Program for School 4; National Forensic Meet, Poetry Reading 4; Drama Festival 4; Co-chairman of Decorations of Christ¬ mas Dance 4; Vocalettes Radio Show 2; District Music Festival 4,5; I.P.A. 4; College Night 4; Member of “A.L. Spokesman” newspaper staff 4,5; As¬ sistant Business Manager 4; Business Manager 5; Newspaper Assembly 4,5; Chairman of Newspaper 4; Committee for Latin Club Plomecoming Float 5; Representative for Latin Club on Plome¬ coming Float 4; Homecoming Parade 2,3; Astronomy Club 4; Director of May Court Presentation 5; Chairman of dec¬ orations in auditorium for May Day 4,5; Usher for Commencement Service 4; Girls’ Winner of Salem American Legion Post 19 Oratorical Contest 5; Treasurer of Home Room 5; A.L. Bandstand Radio Show 4,5; Stage Manager lor Virgil Class Play at Roanoke College 5; Senior Mirror — “Most School Spirit” 5. MARTHA ELIZABETH LEE Newspaper Staff 1 ; Eighth Grade Choir 1; Talent Show 1; S.C.A. 1,2; Jr. Y- Teens 2; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Radford Re¬ gional F.B.L.A. Convention 4; Sr. Y-Teens 5; National Forensic League 5; Homecoming Parade 2,4,5; Usher for play “Liliom” 5; Decoration Committee for N.F.L. Float in Salem and Roanoke Christmas Parade 5; Basketball Cham¬ pionship Team 1. GEORGE ROSS LEMON Transfer Student Band 4; Band 2,3,4,5; Pep Band 3,4; Southeastern Band Festival (Bristol) 4,5; Appleblossom Festival (Winchester) 3; Dogwood Festival (Vinton) 4,5; Shrine Bowl Parade and Game 2,3,4,5; Homecoming Parade 2,3,4,5; Talent Show 1,2,3,4,5; 4-H Talent Show 2. PATRICIA JEAN LEMON H R. Secretary 2; Social Chairman of Sports Club 3; Pep Club 2,3; Sports Club 1,2,3,4; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; S.C.A. 2,3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; Homecoming Talent Show ' 3; Homecoming Parade 3,4; Sophomore Talent Show 3. HARRIETT LEWIS Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Y-Teens Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; S.C.A. 1; D.E. 5; F.H.A. 3,4,5; Choir 4; Fashion Show 3,4; Assembly 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . SELENA ELIZABETH LEONHARDT Transfer Student Eighth Grade Mirror — “Most Popular,” “Most School Spirit,” 1; Homeroom President 1,2,4; Class President 2; Jr. Varsity Cheerleader 2; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Director Talent Show 2; Class Council 1,2,3,4; Student Council Assembly 2,3; Student Council 3; Interclub Council 2; Alter¬ nate 4; Easter Pageant 2,3,4,5; Jr. Clas¬ sical League 2,3,4,5 ; Girls’ Volleyball Team 3; Latin Club Picnic 2,3,4,5; Back-to-School Night 2,3,4,5 ; College Night 3,4,5; Homeroom Vice President 3; Class Secretary 4; Chairman of Jr. Class Float in Homecoming Parade 4; Decorating Committee for May Dance 2,3,4; Decorating Committee for Sweet¬ heart Dance 3,4,5; Decorating Commit¬ tee for Christmas Dance 4; Decorating Committee for Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teen Cabinet al¬ ternate 5; Sr. Y-Teen Recognition Serv¬ ice 3,4,5; National Forensic League 5; Business Manager for “Lilliom,” Cast of “Lilliom” 5; Decorating Committee for Pep Club Float in Homecoming Parade 5; Chairman of decorating Senior Class “Um! This barbecued chicken sure is delicious!” are the thoughts of the fac¬ ulty and students as they sit together enjoying the annual Latin Club picnic. OUR MEMORIES Float in Homecoming Parade 5; Home¬ coming Assembly 5; Virginia Girls’ State 5; Sr. Home Ec. Class Banquet 5; Home Ec. Tea 5; Talent Show 5; Sweetheart Dance Figure 5; Homecom¬ ing Parade 4,5; Homecoming Court 5. JUDY ANN LIPES Homecoming Court 5; Sweetheart Dance Figure 4,5; Co-Chairman of Sweetheart Figure 4,5; Roll Call Chair¬ man Y-Teens 4; Vice President of Home Room 5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Virgin Class Play 5; Eastern Pageant 3,4,5; Latin Club program 4,5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Program Chairman Sr. Y-Teens 5; S.C.A. 1,2; Junior Classical League 3,4,5; Bi-Phi-Chem Club 1; Homecoming Pep Club Float 2,3,4,5; Jr. Y-Teens Float 3,4,5; Junior Class Float 4; Senior Class Float 5; Devotions for Beta Club Installation Assembly 5; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Girls’ Choir 1,3; Thanksgiving Assembly 4; Christmas Assembly 4,5; A Cappella Choir Spring Concert 4,5; Western District Music Festival 4,5; Commencement and Graduation Ceremonies 4,5; Memorial Day Choir Concert 4,5; Usher for Thanksgiving Assembly 5; Usher at Commencement and Graduation Serv¬ ices 4; Talent Show 1,2,3,5; De corat¬ ing Committee for Sweetheart Dance 4,5; Decorating Committee for May Dance 3,4.5; Decorating Committee for Junior-Senior Prom 4; Decorating Com¬ mittee for Christmas Dance 4. SARAH ALICE LOCKROW Transfer Student Future Homemakers of America 3,4,5; 4-H Club 1,2. YVONNE STARR LOVE Talent Show 2; Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; Future Homemakers of America 3,4,5; F.H.A. Assembly 3,5; Sweetheart Dance Figure 4; Decoration Committee for Sweetheart Dance 4; F.H.A. Reporter 4; Homecoming Parade 4,5; Christmas Parade in Roanoke and Salem 5. JANE ELLEN LOWE Transfer Student Latin Club 3,4,5; Questor, Latin Club 4,5; President 5; Jr. Classical League 3,4,5; Head of Eastern Pageant 5; As¬ sistant Stage Director of Eastern Pag¬ eant 4; Easter Pageant 5; Directed Latin Club Assembly 5; Sang in Latin As¬ sembly 5; Attended State Jr. Classical League Convention at Waynesboro 5; Campaign Manager at State JV Con¬ vention 5; Group I Reporter at JCL Convention 5; Student Director of Vir¬ gil Class Play given at Roanoke College 5; Spanish Club 2; Softball Team 1; JV Basketball 2; Bowling League 2; Badminton League 2; Varsity Basket¬ ball 3; Inter-Scholastic Basketball 4; Majorette 1,2; Shrine Bowl Parade 2; Briston Band Festival 1,2; Apple Har¬ vest Festival 1,2; Captain of Volleyball Sports Club members prepare for their annual Christmas Party for welfare chil¬ dren in the gymnasium. and Softball Teams 3,4; President of Home Room 1 ; Secretary of Flome Room 2; President of Class 3; County Fair Candidate from Home Room 3; Science Debate Chairman 1; National Forensic League 2; F.H.A. 3; F.H.A. Parliamen¬ tarian 3; F.H.A. State Convention at Elon College 3; F.H.A. Fashion Show - First Honorable Mention 4; Camera Club Reporter 3; Pep Club 3,4,5; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain; Special Projects Chairman Tri-Hi-Y 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Senior Y-Teens Recognition Service 4,5; Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; Senior Y-Teens Fashion Show 4; Beta Club 5; Beta Club Induction Assembly 5; Beta Club Finance Committee 5; College Night 4,5; Senior Mirror — “Best Leader” 5; Representative to Youth Seminar 4,5; Reporter Youth Seminar 4,5; Youth Seminar Discussion Leader 5; Youth Seminar Planning Committee 5; Youth in charge of all Roanoke City-County Schools for Brotherhood Week; Youth Seminar 5; Special Student Committee 5; Chairman of Class Homecoming Float 3; Brotherhood Assembly Chair¬ man over all Roanoke City-County Schools Youth Seminar 5; Pep Club Float Committee 4; Homecoming Pa¬ rade 4; Latin Club Float 4,5; Junior Class Float 4; Prom Committee Dec¬ oration 4; May Dance Decoration 3,4,5; Script for May Dance 4; Christmas Dance Decorations 4; Talent Shows 4,5; Decorations Chairman 4; Student Director 5; Script Writer Senior Talent Show 5; Speaker in Devotions 4,5; Singer in Devotions 4; Club Editor of Annual 5; Annual Dedication Assembly 5; Queen of Valentine Sweetheart Dance 1; Homecoming Court 3,5; May Court 5; Optimist Club Citizenship Award. PATRICIA LYNN MANOR Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Roanoke Merchants Christmas Parade 1,2,3; Shrine Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Winchester Apple Blossom Parade Festival 1,3; Halloween Parade 2,3; Apple Harvest Parade at Chilhowie 2; Salem Christ¬ mas Parade 2; Dogwood Festival in Vinton 4; V.A. Hospital Concert 3,4; Band — Choir Christmas Concert 3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Junior Y-Teens 1,2; Sen¬ ior Y-Teens 3,4,5; Junior Y-Teens 1,2; P.T.A. Fashion Show 4. ELIZABETH MILLS McDONALD Varsity Cheerleader 3,4,5; Head Cheer¬ leader 5; Home Room President 1,2,3; Junior Varsity 2; Pep Assemblies 2,3,4,5; Class Council 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Ways and Means Committee for Beta Club 5; Junior Y- Teens 2; Ways and Means Chairman 2; Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Aedile 4; Tribune 5; Easter Pag¬ eant 2,3; Student Director 4; Publicity Chairman 5; Committee for Latin Club Homecoming Float 4; Junior Classical League 2,3,4,5; Talent Show 1,2,3,4,5; Student Council 4,5; Newspaper Staff 4,5; Danced for Student Council District Meet 4; Class President 3; Interclub Council 3; Student Council 2; Library Assistant 2; Choral 1,2,3; College Night 4; Roanoke Sings 1,2,3; Vocalettes 1,2; Vocallettes, P.T.A. Program 2; Publicity Chairman for May Dance 5; Vocalettes, Green Hill Church of the Brethren Con¬ cert 2; Homecoming Parade 3,4,5; Stu¬ dent Council Assembly 3,4,5; Senior Women’s Club Choir Program 3; Danced for May Court Presentation 1.3; Director of Dance 4; Danced for William Flem¬ ing Choir Exchange Program 3; Modern Dance Group 1 ; Vice President of Home Room 4; Newspaper Assembly 3,4,5; Beta Club Induction Assembly 3,4,5; Senior Y-Teen Recognition Service 4.5; Youth Seminar 4,5; Danced in Assem¬ bly for Preview of Junior Women’s Club Follies 2; Latin Club Thanksgiving Assembly 5; Grand Marshal Baccalau¬ reate Service and Commencement Serv¬ ice 4; May Court 4,5; Snow Court 5; Homecoming Queen 5; “Most Popular” — Senior Mirror 5; May Queen 5. JAMES EDWARD McNEIL F.F.A. 2,3; Hi-Y 3; Beta Club 3,4,5; Beta Club Assembly 3,4,5; Usher for Baccalaureate and Commencement Ex¬ ercises 4; Dairy Judging 2,3; Crop Judg¬ ing Team 2; F.F.A. TV Shows 2,3; F.F.A. Public Speaking Scholarship Committee 3; Host for College Night 4; Honorable Mention National Merit Scholarship Test 5; Nativity Scene 4; Boys’ State 4; Senior Mirror — Most In¬ tellectual 5. MARJORIE ANN MARSINKO F.B.L.A. 5; Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; F.H.A. 4,5; Distributive Education 5. DOROTHY SMILEY MARTIN S.C.A. 2; Parades 5; Public Speaking 5; American Legion Public Speaking Con¬ test 5; Senior Y-Teen Assembly 5; Usher for Play “Lilliom” 5; National Foren¬ sic League 5; S enior Y-Teens 5. CONNIE MOULSE MATTOX Latin Club 2,3,4; Junior Classical League 2,3,4; Senior Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 3; 4-H Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; First Place Winner Science Fair 2; Second Place Science Fair Win¬ ner 1; Library Club 1; Sports Club 1 ; OUR MEMORIES Sports Club Christmas Party for Under¬ privileged Children 1,2; First Place Bad¬ minton 1,2; Basketball 2; Gym Squad Leader 1,2,3; Vocalettes 1,2; Homeroom Secretary 3; Decoration Committee for Sweetheart Dance 4; Homecoming Pa¬ rade 3,4; Easter Pageant 2,3; Decoration Committee for Christmas Dance 4; Back to School Night 2,3; Senior Homecom¬ ing Float; Junior Talent Show; Christ¬ mas Parade 2,3,4; Sophomore Talent Show; Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior Prom 4. PAUL THOMAS MAY Freshman Talent Show 2; Latin Club 2,3,4; Projection Club 4; Hi-Y 5; An¬ drew Lewis Track Team 2,3,4; Andrew Lewis Basketball Team 3,4,5; Annual Staff 5; Senior Choir 3; Senior Faculty Basketball Game 5; Cross-Country 5; Junior Classical League 2,3,4; Easter Program 2,3,4; Basketball Pep Assembly 3,4,5; Track Pep Assembly 3,4,5; City- County Track Meet 4; Monogram Club 5; Alternate United States Air Force Academy. DANIEL DEAN MINNIX 4-H 2; S.C.A. 2,3,5; Vice-President 2; Treasurer 3; Latin Club 5; Hi-Y 2; Band 1,2,4,5; Choral 1,2,5. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH MONROE Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; F.H.A. 3. BRENDA LOU MOORE Jr. Science 1; F.H.A. 3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 3; Treasurer Homeroom 3. LYNN CRAWFORD MORAN S.C.A. 1; Jr. 4-H 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4,5; Roanoke Christmas Parade 1,2,4,5; Apple Blossom Festival 1,3; Summer Band Camp 1; Band Swim Party 1,2; Shrine Bowl 1,2,4,5; Band Concert 1,2,3.4,5; Pep Assembly 1,2,3, 4,5; Salem Christmas Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Great Lakes, Ill. 5; Southeastern Band Festival 4,5. DOROTHY JEAN MORRISON May Court 4,5; Homecoming Court 5; Library Club 1,2; Library Assistant 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Roanoke County Science Fair 1 ; Goal Post Decorating Committee 1 ; Student Achievement Night 1; Jr.-Y-Teens 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Y-Teen Homeroom Captain 2,3,4; Y-Teen Interclub Council Representa¬ tive 1; Latin Club 3,4,5; Jr. Classical League 3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teen Fashion Show 3,4; Chairman Variety Show Committee Y-Teen Council 3; 10th Grade Girls’ Chorus 3; Vice-President Sr. Y-Teens 4; A Cappella Choir 4,5; President Y-Teen Program Council 4; Youth Sem¬ inar 4,5; Roanoke Youth Councul 5; Y-Teen Recognition Ceremony 4,5; Sweetheart Dance Figure 4,5; Virginia Girls’ State City Clerk, Delegate to State — Nominating Convention 4; Area Co- Chairman Youth for Increasing Vote 5; Costume Designer for “Lilliom” 5; Soph¬ omore Talent Show 3; Young Roanoke Sings 3,4; A Cappella Spring Concert 4,5; Concert for Salem Music Club 4,5; Salem Christmas Parade Concert 4,5; District Festival 4,5; Christmas Con¬ cert 3,4,5, Christmas Assembly 3,4,5; Thanksgiving Assembly 4; Graduation 4,5; Baccalaureate 4,5; Easter Pageant 4,5; Choir Program State P.T.A. Con¬ vention — Hotel Roanoke 4; Christ¬ mas Concert Va. Hospital 4,5; Home¬ coming Parade 3,4; Usher for Easter Pag¬ eant 3; Virginia Y-Teen Midwinter Conference 3,4; Virginia — Carolina Summer Y-Teen Conference 4; South- Eastern U.S. Y-Teen Conference 3; Vice-President Homeroom 5; President Sr. Y-Teens 5; Secretary Y-Teen Inter¬ club Council 5; Treasurer National Fo¬ rensic League 5; Jr. Class Float 4. MARGARET PHYLLIS MOSES Band 1; Pep Club 1,2; Jr. Y-Teens Sen¬ ior Y-Teens 3,4; F.H.A. Fashion Show Assembly 4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Senior Y-Teen Assembly 4; D.E. Club 5. HELEN MARIE MOTTLEY S.C.A. 3,5; F.B.L.A. 5; Library 4. MARY JANE MURPHY Bi-Phi-Chem Science Club 1,2; A.L. Spokesman reporter 4,5; Homecoming Parade 4,5. MARGARET CAROL MYERS Homeroom Secretary 1,2; Homeroom Treasurer 3; Jr. Y-Teens 1; S.C.A. 1; Newspaper Staff 1; Annual Staff 4,5; Latin Club 2,3; Jr. Classical League 2,3; F.H.A. 4; Sports Club 1,2,3; Sports Club Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children 1,2,3; Gym Squad Leader 4; Homecoming Parade 3,4,5; Easter Pag¬ eant 2,3; Decoration Committee for Christmas Dance 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee for Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; N.F.L. 5; As¬ sistant Director of “Lilliom” 5; F.H.A. Fashion Show 4; Speaker at Devo¬ tions 4. LAWRENCE THOMAS NASH, Jr. Transfer Student 4-H Club 1,2; Honor Club 2; 4-H Club Camp at Holiday Lake 1,2; 4-H Club Camp at Camp Farrer, Va. Beach 2; 4-H Club Radio Program 1,2; Junior Varsity Football 2,4; Varsity Baseball 2; Library Staff 5; F.F.A. 3,4,5; Sentinel 5; Greenland of Degree Team 3; F.F.A. Public Speaking Contest 3,4,5; F.F.A. Wild life Contest 4,5; Representative to A.I.C. Convention at Penn State University 4; Dairy Judging 3,4,5; K.V.G. Member 3,4,5; F.F.A. Float in Homecoming Parade 5; F.F.A. Lead¬ ership Committee Chairman 5; K.V.G. Training Course 3,4,5; Homeroom Treas¬ urer 4; F.F.A. Parent son Banquet 5. DEWEY GRANT NESTER Transfer Student Talent Show 2; Cross-Country 2,3,4,5; Winter Track 2,3,4,5; Spring Track 2,3,4,5; Monogram Club 2,3; F.F.A. 2; Indoor State Track Champions 4; Eve¬ ning Star Games at Washington D.C. 4. MABEL HELEN NEWTON F.H.A. 5; Wagon Committee Chairman F.H.A. 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4; Easter Pageant 2,3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; Sophomore Girls’ Chorus 2,3; S.C.A. 1; 4-H Club 1; Senior Band 1,2,3,4,5; 1st Choir Flute and Piccolo 4,5; Home¬ coming Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Shrine Bowl 1,2,3,5; Winchester Apple Blossom Fes¬ tival 1,3; Bristol Southeastern Band Marching Festival 4,5; District Band Contest 4,5; Band Clinic 5; Flute Trio 3; Home Ec. Class Tea 5; Salem Christ¬ mas Parade 2,3,4,5; Roanoke Christmas Parade 1,2,3; Usher for Graduation 4; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Apple Harvest Festival 2; Jr. Classical League 3,4,5; Talent Show 3; Pep Band 4,5; Halloween Pa¬ rade 3,4,5; Band Concerts 1,2,3,4,5; Jr.- Sr. Prom Decorating Committee 4; Pep Club 5; Roanoke County 4-H Honor Club 3,4,5; 4-H State Canning Award 3; 4-H District Contest 3,4,5; 4-H County Demonstration Contest 4,5; 4-H State Short Course 2,3,4,5; 4-H State Conservation Camp 4; 4-H County District Dreso Renvue 4,5; 4-PI Achievement Day 1,2,3,4,5; 4-H County Talent Show 1,3; 4-H County Camp Jr. Leader 3,4; 4-H County Camp 1,2,3,4,5; Tribe Leader at 4-H Camp 3; 4-H Jr. Leadership Camp 1,2,3,4; 4-H County Electric Winner 2; 4-H Electric School 1,2,3,4; 4-H Saun- Mr. Lester M. Whitmore, Chairman of the Roanoke County School Board, and Mr. Miller, Principal of Andrew Lewis, ably assist Mr. Peters, the Assistant Principal in breaking ground for the new addition to the school. OUR MEMORIES dry School 3,4; College Night 4,5. ORMAR WAYLAND OVERSTREET S.C.A. 1; Homeroom Treasurer 2; Hi -1 2,3; B-Team Football 3; Indoor Track 3,4,5; Spring Track 2,3,4,5; Homeroom Vice-President 4; Boys’ State 4; Mono¬ gram Club 4,5; Treasurer 5; Class Council 5; Varsity Football 4,5; Youth Seminar 5; Talent Show 5; Senior Mir¬ ror, “Most Popular” 5; Senior Class President 5; Homecoming King 5; Homecoming Assembly 5; Homecoming Parade 5; Decorating Committee Sr. Class Float 5. JOYCE MARIE PATTERSON F.B.L.A. 4,5. MELISSA ANN PETERS Secretary of Homeroom 1,5; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Program Chairman 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3; Home Room Captain; Latin Club 3,4,5; Pep Club 5; F.H.A. 5; A Cap¬ pella Choir 5; Band 1,2,3,4,5; Maj¬ orette 4,5; Secretary 3,4; Vice-President 3; Southeastern Band Festival (Bristol) 4,5; Appleblossom Festival (Winchester) 1,3; Apple Harvest Festival (Chilhowes) 2; District Festival 4,5; Shrine Bowl 1,2,3,4,5; Roanoke Christmas Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Salem Christmas Parade 4,5; Salem Halloween Parade 3,4,5; Fke. College Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,4; A.L. Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Dogwood Festival 4,5; Band Concerts, Band Assemblies 1,2,3,4,5; Band Mem¬ orial Concert at Sherwood; P.T.A. Talent Show 2,3,4,5; College Night 4,5; Choir Assemblies 5; Representative from A.L. to the Miller Rhodes Train 5; Senior Day 5; F.H.A. — F.F.A. Barbecue, F.F.A. T.V. Program 2,3,4,5; Latin Club Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Easter Pageant 3,4; Decorating Committee for Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Vinton Homecoming Pa¬ rade 4; Norton Majorette School 3; Vet¬ erans Ad. Programs — Band Choir, District Choir; Festival (Cave Spring) 5; 4-H Club 3,4,5; Vice-President 4; President 5; Delegate for State 4-H Short Course, County Medal for home economics, 4-H Show “The Funn Pro¬ gram” Honor Club 5; Newspaper Staff 5; Choral 1,3; Pep Assemblies, Latin Club Caroling Party 3,4; Hostess for F.F.A. Barbecue. JANICE MARIE POLSTER Jr. Y-Teens 1; S.C.A. 1; Latin Club 1,2; Talent Shows 1,2,3; College Night 5; J.C.L. 1,2; Choral 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 4,5. NELSON POWELL Monogram Club 5; Varsity Basketball Captain 5; Varsity Basketball team 4,5; Track Team 4,5; Projection Club 3,4. DELORES ANN PRICE Transfer Student Band 3,4; Bristol Southeastern Band Marching Festival 4; District Band Con¬ test 4; Roanoke Christmas Parade 4; Salem Christmas Parade 4; Shrine Bowl 3,4; Homecoming Parade 4,5; Latin Some of the students from the A Cap¬ pella Choir, and others who have joined them, entertain the classes surrounding the court by singing their favorite Christ¬ mas carols. Club 4,5; Easter Pageant 4; Pep Club 5; Beta Club 4,5. SHELBY JEAN QUESENBERRY Transfer Student 4-H 1; Library Club 1; Science Club 1. CAROLYN ANN RAKES Jr. Science 1,2; Science Fair first place 1; S.C.A. 1,2; F.H.A. 2,3; Homecom¬ ing Parade 4; Fashion Show Assembly 3; Refreshment Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Corresponding Secretary of Radford Region of F.B.L.A. 5; Dec¬ oration committee for Christmas Dance 4. WILMA JEAN REESE S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4. ALEXANDER CORNETT RHUDY Bi-Phi-Chem 1,2,3; Latin Club 3,4; S.C.A. 1,2; Latin Club Assembly 4; Easter Pageant 4; Band 1,2,3. ROBERTA ELAINE RIELEY Pep Club 1,2; Latin Club 3; Y-Teens 3; F.B.L.A. 5; S.C.A. 3,4,5; Easter Pag¬ eant 1,3; Talent Show 1. JUNE ELIZABETH ROBERTSON Transfer Student F.H.A. 2; S.C.A. 2,3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 4; Latin Club 3. JAMES WESLEY RORER Beta Club 3,4,5; Football 5; Beta Club Induction Assembly 3,4,5. CHARLOTTE JOYCE ROUTT Vice-President of Homeroom 1 ; Jr. Y-Teens 1; Pep Club 2,3; Treasurer of Home Room 2; Queen of Homeroom for County Fair 3; Back to School Night Program 1; Easter Pageant 3,4; Home¬ coming Parade; Home Room Vice- President 4; Class Council 5; Student Council 5; Newspaper Staff 3,4,5; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Senior Mirror -— “Most Personality” 5; Decorating Com¬ mittee for Senior Talent Show 5; Dec¬ orations for Senior Float 5; Jr.-Sr. Prom Figure 4,5; A Cappella Spring Concert 4; Young Roanoke Sings 3,4; Salem Christmas Parade Concert 3,4; District Festival 4,5; Christmas Assembly 3,4,5; Thanksgiving 4,5; Christmas Concert for VA Hospital 4,5; S.C.A. 1,2. PATRICIA LANE RUTHERFORD Transfer Student Y-Teens 1,2,3; F.T.A. 1,2; Band 1,2, 3,4; Memorial Day Parade 1,2,3,4; Christmas Parade 1,2,3,4; Apple Blos¬ som Festival 2; All-Country Band 4; Junior Prom Committee 4; Homecoming Dance 3,4; French Club 2,3; Homecom¬ ing Parade 5; Christmas Parade 4; N.F.L. 5; Committee for Sweetheart Dance 2,3. MARTHA JANE SAUNDERS Vice-President of Eighth Grade 1; Home Room Reporter 1; “Friendliest” in Eighth Grade Mirror 1; 4-H Club 1; Junior Science Club 1,2; Danced in Eighth Grade Assembly; Vocalettes 1,2,3-; Vice- President of Home Room 2; Choir 1,2,3;Danced in Ninth Grade Assembly; Danced in Christmas Program 1,3; Fash¬ ion Show on T.V. 4; Secretary of Home¬ room 3; Vice-President of Tenth 3; Danced in Tenth Grade Talent Show; F.H.A. State Convention 4; F.H.A. Fed¬ eration Meeting 3,4,5; President 5; F.H.A. 3,4,5; President Pep Club 1,2,3, 4,5; Representative for Andrew Lewis on Miller and Rhoads’ Teen Council 5; McCall’s Teen Fashion Board 5; Fash¬ ion Shows 3,4,5; Group Chairman 3,4; County Science Fair 1; South Salem Talent Show 1; Junior Y-Teen Fashion Show 4; Fashion Show at Hotel Roa¬ noke 3; Fashion Show for Achievement Nights 3,4; Fashion Show for Jr. Woman’s Club 3; Homecoming Parades 3,4,5; Talent Show at Hotel Roanoke 3; Danced in Senior Talent Show; Thanksgiving Assembly 1,2; Danced for assembly at William Fleming 3; Pep As¬ semblies 3,4,5; Class Council 1,2,3; Danced for “4-H Share-the-Fun” Pro¬ gram; Danced at F.H.A. State Conven¬ tion 4; May Court 4,5; F.F.A. Y.V. Christmas Program; Presided over Pro¬ gram at Federation Meeting 5; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4,5; Snow Queen Repre¬ sentative of Roanoke Santa Claus Pa¬ rade 5; Holly Queen 5. FRANK BARRY SELLERS Treasurer of 8th Grade 1; President of Homeroom 1; Reporter to paper 1; Bi- Phi-Chem Club 1; Latin Club 3,5; Sec¬ retary of Homeroom 2; Cross-Country OUR MEMORIES Track 5; Student Council 3; Treasurer of Homeroom 4,5; Honorable mention Jr. Science Fair 1; Class Council 1; At¬ tended Student Council Convention 1; Hi-Y 5; Talent Show 4,5. BRENDA GALE SHELTON Pep Club 1; Homeroom Reporter 2; S.C.A. 1; Jr. Y-Teens 2,3; F.H.A. 3,4; F.H.A. program 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Homecoming Parade 4; Decorat¬ ing Committee for Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Senior Y-Teens 3. MARTHA REED SHERRARD Sr. Y-Teens 3; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Jr. Classical Leagues 2,3,4,5; Latin Club program 3,4; Easter Pageant 2,3,4; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Y-Teens homeroom cap¬ tain 2; Choral 1,2,3; Pep assembly 1,2, 3,4,5; Shrine bowl 1,2,3,4,5; Roanoke Christmas Parade 1,2,3,4,5; Salem Christmas Parade 2,3,4,5; Halloween Parade 3,4,5; Homecoming Parade 1,2, 3,4,5; Winchester Apple Blossom Fes¬ tival 1,3; Chilhowee Apple Festival 2; South Eastern Band Festival 4,5; Western District Band 4,5; Secretary of Band 3; Concerts 1,3,4,5; First Choir French horn 5; Home Economics Class Banquet and Tea 5; Jr.-Senior Prom Decorating Committee 4; Pep Club 5; A.L. Spokesman 5; Roanoke County 4-H Honor Club 5; College night 4,5; 4-H Talent Show 3; Talent Show 3,4; 4-H State Show Course delegate 4; Col¬ lege Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,4; Band Memorial Concert 4; 4-H Club 2,3,4,5; Secretary 5 ; Treasurer 5 ; Reporter 4. JANET LEE SMITH Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; S.D.A. 2,3; Pep Club 2,3; Band 2,3,4,5; Majorette 4,5; Apple Blossom Festival 2,4; Dogwood Festival; 4-H Club 2, Roanoke Merchants Christmas Parade 2; Salem Christmas Parade 3,4; Hallow¬ een Parade 3,4; Shrine Bowl 3,4; F.H.A. 3; Homecoming Parades 3,4; Band Clinic 4; Concert Band 2,3,4,5; Roa¬ noke College Homecoming Parades 4,5 ; District Festival at Cave Spring 4; Dave Garroway Parade 4. MICHAEL EUGENE SMITH Transfer Student President Homeroom 1; Latin Club 5; Class Council 1; Hi-Y 5; Nominee for Boys’ State 4. KELLER ATYLYN SPRAKER 4-H Club 1; 4-H Club Achievement Day 1; May Pole Dance 1; Choral 2; Young Roanoke Sings 2; S.C.A. 5; Sports Club 1,2,3,4,5; Vice-President Sports Club 5; Manager Shuffleboard 4; Captain Basketball Team 3,4; Sports Club Installation Dinner 4,5; Sports Club Hop 5; Homecoming Assembly 5 Homecoming Parade 5; Sports Club Party for Underprivileged Children 3,4,5. REBECCA LEE STANLEY Sr. Y-Teens 3; S.C.A. 1,2; F.H.A. 4,5; F.H.A. Fashion Show 4; Homecoming Parade 4,5; Christmas Parade (Salem and Roanoke) 5; Talent Show 4,5; Jr. Choir 3; Christmas Assembly 3; Ameri¬ can Legion Oratorical Contest 5. CALLIE RUTH STEVENS Transfer Student May Queen 2; Best School Citizen 2; Latin Club 3,4. NANCY SUE STR1BLING Transfer Student Girls’ Activities Council 1; F.H.A. Fashion Show 1; Lion’s Minstrel 1,2,3,4; Fr. Varsity Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheer¬ leader 4,5; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Secretary Homeroom 2; Honor Code Club 2,3,4; Players’ Club Program 3; Class Skit 3; (Cheerleader) Served Football Banquet 4; Apple Harvest Festival Parade 4; Dogwood Festival Parade 4; Y.P.R.A. Council 3; Lance Black Knight Mem¬ bership Club 4,5; Cheerleaders’ Dance 4,5; Annual Representative 2,3,4; News¬ paper Representative 2,3,4; Finalist Miss Albermarle Contest 4; Pep Rallies (Cheerleader) 2,3,4,5; Volleyball 3,4; Basketball 3,4. CAROLE SUE ST. CLAIR Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 1 ; Home¬ room Vice-President 2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 2,3,5; F.H.A. 3,4,5; F.H.A. for Junior Woman’s Club of Salem 4; Modeled for Virginia State Home Eco¬ nomist at Hotel Roanoke 3. CLARENCE LEE TARPLEY Home Room President 2,3,4,5; Home Room Treasurer 1; Home Room King 1; Jr. Varsity Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4,5; Wrestling 1,2; Jr. Varsity Track 1,2; Varsity Track 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4,5; Monogram Club 2,3, 4,5; President 5; Easter Pageant 3; King of 10th Grade County Fair 3; Usher Easter Pageant 3; Assembly male cho¬ rus 1,2,3; Jr. Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 5; All City County, All Western District, Honorable Mention All-State in 1958; All City-County All Western District, Second Team All-State in 1959;. Rotary Club Sportsmanship trophy 5; Co¬ captain Blacksburg, Jefferson, Lynch¬ burg Games 5; Co-captain Halifax, Cov¬ ington 5; Senior Mirror “Most Athletic” 5; First Place Tech Relays 5; First Place State Track Meet 4; First Press Brown 5; First Place “Evening Star” 4; S.C.A. 1; Homecoming Parade 4,5; “Messiah” 3; V.P.I. Football Scholarship 6,7,8,9; Commencement Choir 3, City-County All Star Football Game 5; All Southern 5; Latin Club 3; First-Place V.M.I. Re¬ lays 4; City-County Banquet 4,5, Rotary Club Banquet 3,4,5; Quarterback Club A »S5 3,4,5; V.P.I. Banquet 5; State Cham¬ pions Indoor Track Team 4,5. PATRICIA ANN TATE H R. Secretary 2; H.R. Treasurer 1,3,4; Science Club 1; F.H.A. 3,4; Library Staff 4; S.C.A. 1,2; Newspaper Staff 5; F.H.A. Fashion Shows 2,3; F.H.A. Fashion Show for P.T.A. Assembly 2; Girls’ Choir 1,2; Served at Senior Prom 1. GENE ANTHONY TAYLOE Transfer Student Stonewall Jackson Jr. High — Stone¬ wall Jackson Band 1,2,3; Captain and Lt. on school Safety Patrol — Jackson 2,3; Student Council 3; Monogram in Baseball 3; Roanoke Christmas Parade 1,2,3; District Festival at Roanoke 2; District Festival at Martinsville 3; An¬ drew Lewis High —Andrew Lewis Band 3,4,5; All-State Band West 3,4; Roa¬ noke Christmas Parade 3,4,5; Salem Christmas Parade 3,4,5; Homecoming Parade 3,4,5; Winchester Trip 3; Bristol Trip 4,5; Grade 3 Rating in Solo Com¬ petition at Cave Spring 4; District Fes¬ tival at Cave Spring 4; District Festival at Martinsville 5; First Place in Bland Memorial Scholarship; Latin Club 3; Projection Club 5; Solo Competiton at District Festival Martinsville 5; Band Clinic 5; Dave Garroway’s Parade 4; German Band 4; Dogwood Festival 3,4; National Forensic League 5. MARGARET ANN TAYLOR Vocalletes 1; President, Vice-President of homeroom 1; Secretary of Homeroom 3; SCA 1,2,3,4,5; Treasurer 5; Nativity Scene 4,5; Choral 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 4,5; District Festival 4,5; Young Roanoke Sings 2,4; Spring Concert 4,5; Easter Pageant 4,5; Annual Staff 5; Talent Show 1; Homecoming Parade 1. FRANK EDWARD THOMAS Decoration committee Jr. Sr. Prom 4; Homecoming Parade 3,4,5; Inter-Club Council 5; Treasurer Homeroom 1,2; Secretary Homeroom 4; Football 4; Track 4; F.F.A. Assembly 3; 4-H 1; F.F.A. 2,3,4,5; Jr. Science Club 1; Presi¬ dent F.F.A. 5; K.V.G. Crew 2,3,4,5; K.V.G. Crew Leader 4,5; Jr. Science Club 1; F.F.A. Program Committee 2; F.F.A. Safety Committee 4; F.F.A. Ex¬ ecutive Committee 4,5; Chairman Safety Committee 4; Delegate National F.F.A. Convention in Kansas City 5; Delegate State F.F.A. Convention 2,3,4,5; State Dairy Judging Team 3; State Farm Me¬ chanics Contest 2,3,4; F.F.A. Public Speaking Contest 2,3,4,5; Guest Speaker at State Electrical Convention 4; Wildlife Contest 4; F.F.A. Shop judging Team 3,4,5; F.F.A. Degree Team 2,3,4,5; Crop Judging Team 5; Winner Farm Electrifi¬ cation Award 5; F.F.A. Chapter State Farmer 4; F.F.A. T.V. Show 3,4,5; Sec¬ retary F.F.A. Secretary F.F.A. Federation 4; Atlantic Rural Expositions at Rich¬ mond 2,3,4; Winner Roanoke County Livestock Judging Contest 5; Assistant Secretary F.F.A. 3; Chairman F.F.A. Executive Committee 5; DEKALB Award 5. GLENN OSWALD THORNHILL, Jr. Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Varsity Football Rain or shine Darrell Warren, A.L. Po¬ liceman, is on duty to direct traffic and students in crossing the street safely. OUR MEMORIES 3,4,5; Science Club 1,2; Library Club 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Debating 5; Optimist Speaking Contest 4; Homeroom Presi¬ dent 1; Easter Pageant 2,4,5; Hi-Y Club 5; Christmas Tableau Scene 4; Youth Seminar 5; Western District Hi-Y Convention 5; Head Newspaper Re¬ porter 1; High School Conference on Public Affairs 5; Jr. Classical League 2,3,4,5; Homecoming Parade 4,5; City- County Hi-Y Council 5; Senior Mirror “Most Likely to Succeed” 5. PHILLIP WILLIAM TILLMAN Junior Classical League 2,3; Latin Club 2,3; Monogram Club 5; Boys’ State 5; Hi-Y 5; Track 3,4; Wrestling 2; J.V. Football 3,4; Varsity Football 5; Easter Pageant 2,3; Christmas Tableau 5; Newspaper staff 1; Homecoming Parade 1,2,3,4,5. SUSAN MARY TYLER Transfer Student Vice-President of Class 1; Girls’ Athletic Association 1,2; Girls’ Activities Coun¬ cil 1; Secretary of G.A.A. 2; Junior Sen¬ ior Prom Attendant 1,4; Lions Club Minstrel 2,3; Class Skit 1; F.H.A. Fash¬ ion Show 1; Girls’ Volleyball Team 1,2,3; Girls’ Basketball Team 1,2,3; Honor Club Member 2,3,4; Lane Con¬ cert Choir 5; District Music Festival 5; Easter Sunrise Service at Monticello Choir 5; Advanced Girls’ Ensemble 5; Latin Club 5; Senior Y-Teens 5; Pep Club 5; Y.P.R.A. Council 2; Black Knight Membership Club 4,5. CLARK EDISON VANDERGRIFT Latin Club 2,3,4; Monogram 4,5; Na¬ tional Forensic League 5; Track 4,5; Homecoming Prince 5; Senior Mirror - Most Dependable 5; “Lilliom” 5; Easter Pageant 2,3; Christmas Tableau School year 4; Monogram assembly 4; Pep as¬ semblies 4,5 ; Christmas Parade 5 ; Home¬ coming Parade 5; Bridgewater Cham¬ pionship Team 4; Washington Evening Star Games 4; Indoor Championship Team 4; City-County Championship Teams 4; Western District Team 4; V.P.I. Relays 4; State Outdoor Team — Team second 4; A.A.U. Cross- Country Championship Team 5; State Cross-Country Team — second place 5. THERESA ANN VERNA S.C.A. 1,4; Songleader 5; Newspaper Staff 1,5; Personal editor 5; usher Easter pageant 1,2; Latin Club 3; Ac¬ companist girls’ Choir 4,5; A Cappella Choir 5; Youth Seminar 4,5; Christmas Assembly scene 5; Queen 4-H Achieve¬ ment Day 5; President of 4-H County council 5; Forensic League 5; Choir Concert Hotel Roanoke 5; Choir Con¬ cert Jr. Wom en’s Club 5; Vice-President Home Room 3. NORMA JEAN WAHL Transfer Student Inter Club Council 4; Secretary of Home Room 1; Girls’ Athletic Association 1,2; Girls’ Volleyball Team 1,2,3; Girls’ Bas¬ ketball Team 1,2,3; Honor Club Mem¬ ber 2,3,4; Latin Club 5; Senior Y-Teens 5; Block Knight Membership Club 4,5; Players Club 3,4; Debating Team 4; Forensics 3,5; District Winner in Public Speaking 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Student Council District Convention 3; Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Girls’ Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Miss Hi-Y 4; Student Council Cam¬ paign Manager 4; Girls’ Badminton Team 2; Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y Convention, served as Page in Senate. JAMES DEWEY WEBB Latin Club 1; Thanksgiving Program 1. WILLIAM ROBERT WEINBERG Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Easter Pageant 2; Hi-Y Club 1,4; Bi Phy Chem Club 2; Science Club 1; Latin Club Assem¬ bly 2; Cross-Country Team 4; Tennis Team 2. BARBARA ARETTA WERTZ F.H.A. 3,4; F.H.A. Fashion Show 3,4; Hostess for P.T.A. Tea 4; Jr. Y-Teens 1; Home Room Treasurer 1,2; Annual Staff 4; F.H.A. Recorder 4; F.H.A. Float 4. WANDA FAY WHEELER F.B.L.A. 5; Homecoming Parade, dec¬ oration of F.B.L.A. float 5. FRANK CAMERON WILEY Latin Club 2,3; Hi-Y 3,4; Junior Classi¬ cal League 2,3; Football 3; Boys’ State 3; Manager football team 5. DOUGLAS MERVIN WILLEY Junior Bi-Phy Chem 2; Hi-Y 5; Track Team 4. JACQUELINE WILLEY Pep Club 2,3; Junior Bi Phy Chem 1,2; Senior Bi-Phy Chem 3,4,5; Beta Club Induction Assembly 3,4,5; Choir 2,3. JAMES ALWOOD WILLIAMS Jr. Varsity football 2; Indoor State Track Champions 5; Outdoor Track Team 5; Indoor Track Team 5; Wash¬ ington Evening Star Games 5; City- County Track Championship 5; Western District Championship 5; Most Sports¬ manship trophy 5; Monogram Club 5; V.M.I. Relays 5; V.P.I. Relays 5; Press Brown’s Track Clinic 5; Monogram Assembly 4; Pep Assembly 4. ANN CAROLYN WILSON H. R. Vice Pres. Senior Y-Teens 1; F.H.A. 1; Latin Club 1,2; Senior Y- Teen Assembly 1. GERTRUDE LARUE WIMMER S.C.A. 1,5; Pep Club 2,3; Jr. Science Club 1; Latin 2,3,4; Classical League 2,3,4,5; Easter Pageant 2,3,4,5; Choral I, 2,3; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Accom¬ panist 5; President A Cappella Choir 5; Christmas Assemblies 1,2,3,4,5; Thanks¬ giving Assemblies 1,2,3,4,5; William Fleming Choir Exchange Program 3; District Choir Festival 4,5; Choir Con¬ cert at Hotel Roanoke 4; Choir Con¬ certs at Veteran Administration 4,5; Salem Music Club Programs 4,5; Band and Choir Concert 3; Vocalettes 1,2; Christmas Choir Concerts 4,5; Young Roanoke Sings 2,3,4; Christmas Tableau 5; Home Room Secretary 2; Home Room President 5; Home Room Vice President; Class Council 3; Beta Club Induction Assemblies 3,4,5; Homecoming Parade 5; Served at Jr.-Sr. Prom 1; Usher at Baccalaureate and Commencement Ex¬ ercises 4; Accompanist for Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercises 4; Hos¬ tess for College Night 4; Christmas Dance Decorating Committee 4; Dele¬ gate to S.I.P.A. Convention 4; Annual Staff 4,5; Co-Editor 5; Annual Dedi¬ cation Assemblies 4,5; Representative to Youth Seminar 5; Jr.-Sr. Prom Figure 5. FRANCIS ELIZABETH WIRT S.C.A. 1. ROSE ANN WIRT Newspaper Staff 1,2; Choir 2; S.C.A. 1,2,3; Talent Show 1; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Radford Regional Convention F.B.L.A. 4. DONNA MAYE WOOD 5. C.A. 1,2; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 3,5; Homecoming Parade 4,5; Sr. Y- Teen Assembly 3,5. JULIA LANE WRIGHT Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Pep Club 2,3,4,5; Junior Y-Teens 1,2; Senior Y-Teens 3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Library Club 1; Treasurer in the Beta Club 5; Office in the Pep Club 5; Vice-President of Homeroom 5; Easter Pageant 2,3,4,5; “Most Intellectual” Senior mirror 5; ushered at commencement 4; Latin Club play 2,3,4; Beta Club assembly 3,4,5; Y-Teen assembly 3,4,5; News¬ paper Staff 2,5; Beta Club convention; Decoration committee for Christmas Dance 4; Homecoming floats 2,3,4,5 ; Decoration Committee Talent Show 4,5. EMILY CONSTANCE YATES Choir 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 4,5 ; Tal¬ ent Shows 1,2,3,4,5; S.C.A. 1,2; News¬ paper reporter 1; “Lillom” 5; FHA 4; FHA float 4. RICHARD GLENN YOUNG Latin Club 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3; Hi-Y 2,3,4,5; Hi-Y President 4; 4-H Club President 1; Beta Club 3,4,5; Home Room Officer 1,2,3,5; Junior Classical League 3,4; Choir 3,5; Cross- Country 5; Easter Pageant 3,4; Boys’ State 4; Class Talent Show 2,3; Youth Seminar 5; Western District Hi-Y con¬ vention 5; National Hi-Y Congress 4; City-County Hi-Y President 5; News¬ paper Staff 2; High School Conference on Public Affairs 5; Homecoming Pa¬ rade 1,2,3,4,5; “Most Versatile” Senior Mirror 5. SIGNE LANCASTER YOUNG 4-H Club 1; Junior Y-Teens 1,2; De¬ votional Chairman, Jr. Y-Teens 2; Sen¬ ior Y-Teens 3,4,5; Devotional Chairman, Sr. Y-Teens 5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; National Forensic League 5; Pep Club 2,3; J.C.L. 2,3,4,5; Junior Science Club 1; Sr. Y-Teen Rec¬ ognition Service 4,5; Beta Club Induc¬ tion Service 3,4,5; Choral Reading As¬ sembly 5; P.T.A. County Fair Talent Show 1 ; Queen of Home Room for County Fair 1,2; P.T.A. Back To School Night Program 1,2; Science Fair 3; Class Talent Show 1,3,5; Easter Pageant 2,3,4,5; Homecoming Parade 3,5; Vocalette 1; Home Room President 1,2; Class Treasurer 1; Choir 3; Home¬ room Secretary 3; Flomeroom Treasurer 5; American Oratorical Contest, Second Place Winner 5; Newspaper Staff 1; Annual Staff, Class Co-Editor 5; Class Council 1,2; Decorating Committee for Senior Float 5; Latin Club Picnic 2,3, 4,5; College Night 4; Decorating Com¬ mittee for Sweetheart Dance 5; Senior Mirror — “Most Versatile” 5. IN JOHN HENRY SNAPP October 22, 1892 — September 15, 1958 A man filled with culture, integrity, and courage; One not intimidated by public opinion; A true scholar who stressed to every student: “This above all. To thine own self be true; And it must follow as the night the day, Thou can’st not then be false to any man.” Hamlet MEMORIAM CHARLES RICHARD GOODWIN November 9, 1940 — July 13, 1958 Dickie, our friend, smiling and true, We all shall hold fondest memories of you. Although you stopped along the way To go to your Master and there to stay, Someday, somehow, we all will be Joined with you again in Eternity. 139 .v,:vw mm. mm mm mm m mms mm mm 4 m m mm VI ADVERTI A ds are the foundation of our annual. D ebt of gratitude we owe to adve ij large and small. V arious businesses who sponsor us are featured in the back. E very one should read the following pages. R emember, without them, the annual wouldn’t be possible. T his is one of the most important parts of the yearbook. Invitations they have given you, to Shop in their stores, E xcellent goods are sold by these firms; R oughly, they’re the nicest people we know, So give them the benefit of your business. 141 ADVERTISING INDEX Acme Printers, Inc. 173 All Star Lanes .. 166 Alpha Lambda Phi Sorority. 169 American Yearbook Company. 147 Ankaratra Sorority . 156 XppaTachlan Power Co. 162 Hart Motor . . . Hash Grocery . Heironimus . . . Holdren’s, Inc. r Barnett’s Amoco Service . . . . ' ..’ 163 Barnetds Taxi .. 163 Beach Bros. Esso Service. 173 Beach Service Center. 173 Bemiss Equipment . . . . . 163 Blankenship, B. F., Co. 144 Blue Jay Restaurant. 173 Butt’s (E. N.) Grocery ' . 163 Jennings-Shepherd . . John Norman, Inc. Joseph Spigel, Inc. .... . . 160 161 173 Kann’s 162 Lakeland Drive-In . Lawrence’s Market Littrell’s Barber and Beauty Shop . 170 164 166 Chelf’s Dari Delight . 163 Chesapeake and Potomac Tele¬ phone Co.. .. . „ ....... . 146 Mareta’s .... McAvoy Music House . McDowell and Wood, Inc. Mechanical Development Co., Inc. . 167. 164 144 ‘ 159 Chi Zeta Fraternity . . 173 Miller Tire Service. 164 Cosmetics. . 166 Nash Euclid. 148 Delta Gamma Sorority. . 163 Norman’s Restaurant . 166 Dr. Pepper . . 145 Northwest Hardware Sporting Dulany Frozen Foods, Inc. . 162 Goods. 162 Early Brothers . . 163 Oakey, John M. and Son. 169 Old Virginia Brick Co., Inc. 144 Fink’s . . 167 Omega Fraternity. h v « Ortho-Vent Shoe Co. 165 Garst Bros. Dairy, Inc. . 170 Gearheart Shoe Repair . . 162 Peacock-Salem, Launders and General Electric . . 143 Cleaners. 159 Gentry Photographers. . 166 Pedigo’s Food Market . 163 Glenn Minnich’s.. . 162 Pillis Brothers . 163 Globe Record Shop . . 161 Piedmont Stores . 153 Goodwin Andrews, Inc. 167 Platt, Ken . 167 Goodwin Insurance and Realty Poole’s Motor Court. 166 Co., Inc. . 167 Powell’s Pharmacy . 166 Goodyear Service Store . , 165 Price’s Pure Oil Station. 163 Green Market, Inc. . 166 Prospt Childress Shoe Co. 162 Hartman (Lee) and Sons Sound Pugh’s . 171 Equipment. 167 Rainbow Market. 163 y ' 165 Reese Radio T.V. Service . . Roanoke Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc.. .. . . 150 Roanoke College. 155 Rowe Furniture Corporation. 151 Salem Creamery Co., Inc. 152 Salem Esso Service Center. 167 Salem Fast Service. 169 Salem Farm Supply Corp. 162 Salem Glass Corporation. 162 Salem Hosiery Company. 149 Salem Oil Co. 155 Sam’s . . 163 Shenandoah Life Insurance. 172 Shoney’s and Yod s Big Boy. 161 Sidney . 161 Sigma Theta Tau Sorority . . :. 162 Skate-A-Drome . . 162 Skyline Cleaners, Inc.- .. 4 . . 161 Smead Webber’s Drug Store .... 148 Smith (Leonard) Sheet Metal Works 144 Southern Varnish . . .. . 164 Sutphin’s .. .. . 162 J Tarpley’s, Inc.•. 162 Triangle Sei dce Station . 169 Valley Cleaners . 166 Valleydale Packers, Inc. 153 WBLU Radio Station . 172 Weddle Plumbing and Heating ... . 170 Williams Window Co. 159 Wood (H. M.) Plumbing Heating 162 Wright’s Barber Shop. 163 Yale Town . 154 Yates Well’s Garage. 163 142 SHOOTING FOR THE MOON The thunder of gleaming rockets as they zoom into outer space foretells a new era in man’s quest for knowledge: the space age. Shooting for the moon used to mean attempting the impossible... but now, with the space age at hand, interplanetary flight is just around the corner. Brand new horizons are opening to man...and with them comes new challenges for all of us. Where shall we set our goals? The rocket in its flight through space toward the moon is guided by men. It sets no goals for itself...nor does it rec¬ ognize a challenge. Man is the controlling factor...man is the challenger. No matter what our calling in life, each of ' us can, in effect, “shoot for the moon” in establishing our goals... and then, set about accomplishing them with the solid “fuel” of determination. The rockets conquering outer space are big and powerful... but only as long as they are directed and cared for by men. In our personal quest for new horizons, our “thrust” must come from within...from a willingness to accept challenges... and a determination to win no matter what the odds. In the space age...as in Ages past, there will be no “formula” more potent than the power of the individual. GENERAL ® ELECTRIC INDUSTRY CONTROL DEPARTMENT Roanoke, Va. “Wonder what our pictures will look like?” ask the eighth graders as they eagerly wait in line to have their class pictures taken. Before classes start, the students enjoy talking to their friends as they roam through the halls. LEONARD SMITH OLD SHEET METAL WORKS VIRGINIA 1603 Brook Avenue BRICK GENERAL MOTORS Dial CO. INC. Delco-Heat Du- 9-3820 Du-9-2357 Salem, Va. McDowell wood inc. E. F. BLANKENSHIP CO. 1308 West Main Street 1308 West Main Street Salem, Virginia Salem, Virginia CONTRACTORS CONTRACTORS C3 C a- yije.cLC u V ooQ ( ' air frosty, man, frosty! rj ofe n o-o , 4 Crxix , QbWel 5 ■o.a_. KjJLO J We hope so. Because we have interesting jobs for “special” gals here at the telephone company. If you’re alert and like people, you’ll like it here. The surroundings are pleasant, the pay is good right from the start — and you’ll have lots of opportunity for advancement and raises. There’s a “special” extra, too. You’ll have that wonderful feeling of making an important contri¬ bution to your community. Come talk to us about telephone work. We’d love to meet you! The Chesapeake Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia “A Good Place To Work” THE CHESAPEAKE and POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA V ■ y.y y i4 x y • U l ' . V fr- FINE CLASS RINGS ANNOUNCEMENTS YEARBOOKS AWARDS y j 44 } U W ft- f | sU }) X I Q l ■r , V X ' XXy-k- l ; XX ix a -4) . , a oyy - ' X yx V t Since 1897 _sz z r tt a za ■ ; IXl 4- Ko (ycy X4 aX EXALL DRUG STORE jtP 7 f " " V " LEM’S STORE OF SERVICE SINCE 1843 ETHICAL PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS SODAS HOT DOGS SUNDAES BEST MILK SHAKES IN TOWN Salem, Virginia COMPLIMENTS OF NASH EUCLID Equipment Sales Corporation Salem, Virginia Richmond, Virginia CONGRATULATIONS ANDREW LEWIS GRADUATES from HEIRONIMUS J There’s a " one and only” in refreshment, too z. J BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Roanoke Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. = _ j£Azs a £u6z, -cxAst ' O-Zs Aa £ Zd£ ( 5 ejM j OMjLs -LlMsri J 97 rtA Z JL4LA,.£J ZCUn ' f uJc }? c ) tlhjjL [XptJTaJbtr tt utkju Q iyzJr : 7 ‘f jw 7 |fg t f oc A JU -uyro J J t-=3 tJj-6- Jt UujL JL J JtfunAJ c£ uJ L £AJb. (StbuKAAs Jifi u- -tAaJr uMLu- JUh ' jUAU QJIX e. l i - . . t Jiff _ J- W a vcasn 1N s ° m 3ik y. am JLuJu Jti cu sumJL ftyp ® - C to Q cf J jbaJLcO d ' J- ZUA J ) JUtUi “ " ' FIRST IN FASHION " SALEM CREAMERY CO., INC. . aS ' •S, , r c ' S ' f f DISTRIBUTORS OF = ? , Jf CLOVER BRAND - 5 ? 2 j» , £- A u- t, DAIRY PRODUCTS c c v - - r s f f f if 4 f S’ yS ' ja? Dial DU 9-3641 f sD -x, 5 ' 736 West Fourth Street ■O M fy J- o O jJ Jr- C Salem, Virginia C— iKS p 1 ‘ ‘YQUlCy OMe ' TOW t DA IRY’ ’ 0gs « 1 . NT ?“ ° T y y i ■ t y ’ A «J 9 y U CONGRATULATIONS yirZyS Sltr , PIEDMONT STORES 4 0 . £ S if u, ' J r y ; • » , Salem, Virginia Dial DU 9-5523 •• A A VALLEYDALE PACKERS, INC. Salem, Virginia cG J2yO ? 3 y 2_A AW MANUFACTURING COMPANY OWNE YALE LOCK and HARDWARE DIVISION Salem Plant Salem, Virginia FUEL OIL — KEROSENE Metered Delivery Prompt, Co urteous 24-Hour Service GLENN H. SIMMERS Dial Du 9-7279 SALEM OIL CO. 1608 Colorado St. Salem, Va. ROANOKE COLLEGE Salem, Virginia YOUR HOMETOWN COLLEGE SINCE 1842 Courses Offered Leading to the Degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science !4 Mile West of Salem “FAMOUS FOR STEAKS — SEA FOOD SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN — VIRGINIA HAM — HOMEMADE CAKES PIES” Phone Du 9-2854 Route 11 460 AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT COMM£NC£M£NT Perhaps you have been thinking of this occasion for some time. Graduation is only the beginning of a brighter future. We hope that it is a “commencement” of greater things to come. In America we enjoy the world’s highest standard of living. If we are to continue to enjoy these benefits, we must have better trained men and women. We need more scientists; more trained engineers;- and better qualified people in all walks of life. It’s your future — use it wisely. ash ion store that gives you more ♦. in quality .. An service ♦.. in value THE MAN’S SHOP WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE “Clothing That Suits” REID and CUTSHALL MANHATTAN SHIRTS “BETTER FURNITURE SINCE 1924“ FLORSHEIM SHOES SUITS — TOPCOATS Campbell and 3rd SPORTCOATS — SLACKS Also Lee Highway (U. S. 11) 216 E. Main St., Salem, Va. Just West of City Limits Phone DU 9-5820 COMPLIMENTS OF CONGRATULATIONS FROM NATIONAL GEORGE T. HITCH BUSINESS COLLEGE JEWELER 118 West Campbell Avenue Roanoke, Va. Roanoke, Virginia •yA „f U I trix V ,0 ■ ' ' COMPLIMENTS OF ' f VIRGINIA FOODS, INC. “ «• ,-. A Salem, Virginia COMPLIMENTS OF THE OAK HALL IftMifofShep Headquarters for the Style Minded Young Man The Latest Fashions ... To Fit Your Purpose, Purse, Person Campbell at Jefferson Roanoke, Va. COMPLIMENTS OF ADAMS CONSTRUCTION ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS ASPHALT SURFACING Telephone Dl 3-2409 Roanoke, Virginia THE BEST STUDENTS . . . are the best-informed students KEEP ABREAST OF THE NEWS ... by reading THE ROANOKE TIMES Daily and Sunday Each Weekday Afternoon Slip loaitnkr WnrlJi-NputB Each Weekday Afternoon HART MOTOR CO., Inc. Dupont 9-2364 400 E. Main Street Salem, Virginia OLDSMOBILE . . . in a class by itself SALEM, VIRGINIA MECHANICAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, INC. Lee Highway, East Dial Du 9-4166 Salem, Virginia STORM WINDOWS and DOORS — AWNINGS WILLIAMS WINDOW CO. 1509 Colorado Street Salem, Virginia VENETIAN BLINDS — ORNAMENTAL IRON iiy At -SHEPHERD W r ' M rch Avenue Roanoke, Virginia Phone Dl 2-3128 ‘We Furnish Athletic Equipment for the op 9 WOLVERINES” “Don’t be bashful! Buy as much as you want,” says Anna Ferguson, at the cafeteria candy counter. REMEMBER the days of thy youth and SKYLINE CLEANERS, INC. and Shirt Laundry 601 College Ave. for smooth clothes Salem, Virginia GLOBE RECORD SHOP Fine Clothes for High School and College 509 South Jefferson St. . THE CAMBRIDGE SHOP Roanoke, Virginia OF “Southwest Virginia’s Most JOHN NORMAN, INC. Complete Record Shop” Roanoke, Virginia p ■C.c. c Si JLt PROPST CHILDRESS SHOE CO. oli a- c»-G_ Shoes for “Home and Campus " — 4-1 2_jOL -C - TARPLEY’S INC. Z. L — 1 —V RCA VICTOR GEARHEART SHOE REPAIR 15 East Main Street Salem, Va. Phone DU-9-7491 Compliments of SALEM GLASS CORPORATION 1009 Delaware Street Salem, Virginia Compliments of SUTPHIN’S MARKET 203 Blvd. Salem DU-9-7925 Pi Hr Oi Compliments of t _ ANKARATRA SORORITY Compliments of SKATE-A-DROME ' Where Good Skates Meet” P Cx Compliments of HASH GROCERY Salem, Va. A it -»■—fc— » V—j ,8, Compliments of “olx : SALEM FARM SUPPLY CORP. r£) C 1 jl i o ■— ax— i GLENN-MINNICH “The Store with the Friendly Door” HIGH SCHOOL SHOP THIRD FLOOR y Compliments of the SIGMA THETA TAU SORORITY K —» A—c7 KANN’S 309 S. Jefferson Street Roanoke, Va. 9 •r - t . H. M. WOOD PLUMBING AND HEATING Phones-. Shop and Residence DU-9-3441 or DU-9-4941 35 E. Main St., Salem, Va. t NORTHWEST HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS No. 2 4221 Melrose Ave. N. W. Dulany The First Name in Frozen Foods ROANOKE FROSTED FOODS, INC. Frozen Food Distributor Kessler ' s Mill Road Salem, Va. Sales Services HOLDREN’S INCORPORATED Roanoke, Salem, Vinton Frigidaire Ranges — Automatic Laundry Equipment CHELF’S DARI-DELIGHT BARNETT’S AMOCO SERVICE “Where the Wolverines Congregate " 4th St. Alabama Ave. Salem, Virginia Du 9-7885 1214 Main Street James E. Barnett, Dealer YATES WELLS GARAGE Complete Service Repairs For All Cars and Trucks 23 Dixie Drive Salem, Virginia Phone Du 9-7190 WRIGHT’S BARBER SHOP Three Chairs Air Conditioned Two Hours Free Parking 211 Fourth Street Salem, Va. Compliments of PILUS BROTHER’S GULF STATION 4th Union St. Salem, Va. Du 9-6741 Compliments of BEMISS EQUIPMENT CORPORATION Compliments of SAM’S FURNITURE MART 116 E. Main Street Salem, Va. 211 South College Ave. Quality Clothing and Shoes for the Entire Family Compliments of PRICE’S PURE OIL STATION 1406 College St. Salem, Va. Phone Du 9-7898 Compliments of EARLY BROTHERS SERVICE STATION Compliments of Compliments of PEDIGO’S FOOD MARKET 1111 West Main Salem, Va. E. N. BUTT’S GROCERY Compliments of BARNETT’S TAXI Du 9-2444 Salem, Virginia RAINBOW MARKET 211 Fourth St., Salem, Va. Open 7:30 A.M. — 10:30 P.M. Meats and Groceries Compliments of Compliments of the A FRIEND DELTA GAMMA SORORITY DELTA GAMMA SORORITY ( N v 1 “ McAVOY MUSIC HOUSE.INC. Compliments Complete Line of of 0 Band Instruments, MILLER TIRE SERVICE Pianos, and Organs. ' O ' 1 tJI ' Salem, Va. Du-9-5435 LAWRENCE’S MARKET Compliments of “Quality Meats and Groceries’’ Phillips 66 Gas and Oil SOUTHERN VARNISH Dial DU-9-6559 CORP. Route 1, Salem, Virginia Roanoke, Va. Edmund Byrd and Donna Brugh listen attentively as Betty McDonald and Lane Wright rattle off their best sales talk, but then they do have quite a paper to talk about. c — ■O—o-o- j). “S _co _ _ ORTHO-VENT — ' = = . • V. ---J-U A- SHOE CO. SALEM 5 ° AO Compliments of , , ’ % _y ' ( GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE ' 7T r- ' -o Melrose Avenue (Rt. 460) Roanoke, Va. Em 6-7611 Compliments of REESE RADIO AND T.V. SERVICE 218 W. Main St. Salem Du 9-5179 SALEM BRANCH OF FLOYD WARD DANCING SCHOOLS 113 E. Calhoun Street Tap-Toe — Ballet Baton Twirling Muriel Ferguson waits patiently as Signe Young buys a ticket to the Homecoming Game from Mr. St. Clair. Y A ' i. , ACME PRINTERS INCORPORATED ij K y A ' r f | Compliments Printing Engraving of 13-15 North College Ave. NORMAN ' S RESTAURANT Dial DU-9-2231 Salem, Virginia Compliments of POOLE’S MOTOR COURT VALLEY CLEANERS AND 911 -A Front Street ESSO SERVICE STATION BRANCH STORE 932 S. College Avenue Lunches — Beverages Phone DU-9-3621 733 E. Main St., Salem, Va. GREEN MARKET INC. LITTRELL’S BARBER AND Fancy Meats Groceries BEAUTY SHOP Dial DU 9-2379 Modern — Sanitary 8 E. Main Street 207 E. Main Street Salem, Va. “Five chairs, and no waiting” Salem, Virginia Call Du 9-7401 for Appointment Jim Gentry Dial DU-9-3391 COSMETICS GENTRY Faberge — Lanvin — Helene Rubinstein PHOTOGRAPHERS POWELLS PHARMACY INC. Portrait and Commercial 219 E. Main St. Phone Du 9-5423 Photography Professional Service 111 W. Main Street Salem, Va. ZENITH HEARING AID GOODWIN GOODWIN-ANDREWS INC. INSURANCE REALTY CO. INC. INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Organized 1931 MORTGAGE LOANS “Dividend Paying Insurance” 15 South College Avenue Dial DU-9-2329 Dial Du-9-2327 306 East Main Street Salem, Virginia Salem, Virginia MARETA’S Telephone No. DU-9-3504 Everything for the Ladies Compliments of 6 W. Main St. Ample Parking in Rear SALEM ESSO with Rear Entrance for SERVICE CENTER Your Convenience 4th Union Salem, Va. Phone DU-9-2461 Salem, Va. Compliments of FINK’S BEACH SERVICE CENTER JEWELERS “Your Texaco Dealer” Roanoke Salem Telephone DU-9-5978 Diamonds and Watches On Salem By-Pass 206 E. Main St., Salem Fourth Colorado Streets Du 9-7572 “For Your Communication and Congratulations from Public Address Needs Call” KEN PLATT LEE HARTMAN AND SONS Campus Sportswear Sound Equipment Shoes for All 3236 Cove Road. N. W. Roanoke, Virginia 37 East Main St. RCA Salem } “Hurry fellows! Five minutes is a short time when returning from the annex to your next class in the main building.” WELCOME TO Congratulations Graduates! Home of “Big Boy,” the original double-deck hamburger While in Roanoke, don’t forget Shoney’s Walk-In 115 W. Church Ave. SALEM FAST SERVICE Colorado and Boulevard Shirts and Cleaning 1 Hr. Cleaning If Desired C. J. “Cam” Mays, Manager Dial Du 9-4611 Compliments JOHN M. OAKEY SON FUNERAL HOME X)(jv i .jl Salems-Oldest Business Firm tP .juh, ft ments ' n O TRIANGLE SERVICE STATION GENE A. HALL ALPHA LAMBDA PHI SORORITY 319 College Ave. at Boulevard Phone DU 9-5155 “Let Us Pick Up Your Car for Complete Service” Waiting for the 8:15 bell to ring, we discuss with our friends the events of the night before. Salem, Virginia Phone: Du 9-3710 The Dairy Chef Says: Phone Dl 3-4473 P.O. Box 742 WEDDLE Plumbing and Heating MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS Eat Better . . . Spend Less . . . ENJOY DAIRY FOODS “Roanoke’s Most Mod. Dairy’’ Stokers — Oil Burners Gas Equipment 1129 Shenandoah Ave., N. W. Roanoke, Virginia Dial Di 4-5501 he’s minding YOUR b usiness HELP YOUR HEART FUND HELP YOUR HEART YOUR HEART IS HIS BUSINESS. He ’s a research scientist—one of thousands supported by the Heart Fund. His life is dedicated to finding the unknown causes of the heart diseases, and new methods of treating and preventing them. He and your Heart Association have made your heart their business. YOUR HEART IS YOUR BUSINESS. Whatever your way of life, your future depends on your heart. Heart disease causes personal suffering and under¬ mines the happiness and economic welfare of the family. No one — no child or adult — is immune. THE HEART FUND IS EVERYBODY ' S BUSINESS. When you support the Heart Fund, you help all hearts. You support heart research—and you make it possible for your Heart Association to bring the latest advances in heart research to you and your family through your doctor. GIVE GENEROUSLY for EVERY HEART YOU LOVE THIS MESSAGE CONTRIBUTED BY YOUR OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER • INSURANCE COMPANY Roanoke, Virginia Uj A . UpU-CW-C I 1 i r y ' wfi, cA A. u vii • £) cv fejolt Aao V aU)lk V y vQajJb C S JK YY CvA Yy L J$X$a§ (§ " TOM My 14 Ho f R 1C, H v3 Pso IN BLUE JAY RESTAURANT 6 Miles West of Salem Compliments of BEACH BROS. ESSO SERVICE ALL-STAR LANES RESTAURANT ALL-STAR BOWLING LANES 3439 Melrose Avenue Df 2-2754 Compliments of CHI ZETA FRATERNITY JOSEPH SPIGELJNC. Campbell Ave. Visit Our Sport Shop Compliments of OMEGA FRATERNITY Jeannie Morrison, President of the Sr. Y-Teens and leader of the Sweet¬ heart Dance Figure, receives her bou¬ quet at the dance from her escort, Skeeter Bailey. DP o c . iJL , xJto jjrb cnJL r fJ » 0 Leadership: FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Beverly Dar¬ den, Co-Editor of the Spokesman; Trudy Wimmer, Co- Editor of the Pioneer; Betsy Dawson, Co-Editor of the Spokesman. SECOND ROW: Joyce Cundiff, District President and State Vice-President of the Future Business Leaders of America; Wayland Overstreet, President of Senior Class; Bob Hunt, President of Student Body, State Beta Club President; Carolyn Chapman, Co-Editor of the Pioneer. ACHIEVEMENTS Choir: FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Francine League, All-State Choir West, Virginia All-State Choir; Sonny Tarpley, All-State Choir West, Alternate Virginia All- State Choir; Judy Keith, All-State Choir West, Virginia All-State Choir. SECOND ROW: Jim Kidd, accompanist All-State Choir West, Virginia All-State Choir; Sammy Carter, All-State Choir West, Virginia All-State Choir; Clarence Tarpley, All-State Choir West, Alternate Vir¬ ginia All-State Choir. (Andrew Lewis had more students accepted in the Virginia All-State Choir than any other school in Western Virginia). Band: FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Eddie Johnson, All- State Band; Bobby Emory, All-State Band; Beverly Mil¬ ler, All-State Band; Jimmy Holtman, All-State Band, Roanoke Symphony Orchestra; Billy Emory, All-State Band. SECOND ROW: Jim Kidd, Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, first place district Bland Memorial Scholarship Competition; Steve Greene, Roanoke Symphony Or¬ chestra; Benny Garst, All-State Band; Tony Tayloe, All- State Band, Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, first place District Bland Memorial Scholarship Competition. 174 VII THANKS 5 T he students and administration of Andrew Lewis deserve our thanks and appreciation. H aving reached the end of " Our Year in Outline” we wish to express sincerely our gratitude to the following pe ople and companies: A merican Yearbook Company and Mr. Fields for their encouragement and help to us throughout the year; N ext, the photographer of Pugh’s and Gentry’s Studios who took so many of our individual and group pictures. K indness of our advertisers with their ads that greatly aided our need of funds — and, so we wish to express our Sincere appreciation to all who made this year’s “Pioneer” possible. V N V " 4 J v $ « % v • A y ( ■ I J -4 V J ' S 175 C I V MUXisu P HjULXte XUfyJLt J. y jUdJL 0-0 do-vlfc tyeX nmcwi ' McL 4t£ tiA OAl yr oJUu) Ihjz; - ' ec Jkt JUx pMjjjL yo+uLo V(Y oUxaov , Mvlz Ou b-t tbj -y ie cyty d . J noJ: . ( lAZ -bo syvu c-eJLi nxhCtZ- (Z-(L£ otb cyyi-Lo j - byiS- j jl4kAZ - Jo-f-Q-OJ ' Jcif- ' f _ Jz -l -o-Le £e--VL j r 20-€_JUL j j zXsl J jLcaXr jLu-cJ ootoiJL cajlIX clac { a umjiX: Ah£- l 5T CL y QUJO yyco) ANDREW LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL Salem, Virginia


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