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

 - Class of 1959

Page 96 of 184

 

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Page 96 text:

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

Page 95 text:

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



Page 97 text:

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

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