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

 - Class of 1960

Page 146 of 196

 

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Page 146 text:

FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Susan Rikard, Sharon Eller, Allison Watts, Beverly Miller, Brenda Wright, Judy Herrin, Jane Nash, Carolyn Galbraith, Angela Garrett, Carol Taylor, Lynn Rowland, Betty McCurdy, Dee Abernathy, Librarian; Sandra Morris, Carol Blount, Martha Bowles, Brenda Kay Deyerle, Librarian. SECOND ROW: Siggi Daffner, Caroline Wright, Freda Crosswhite, Nancy Worrell, Vice-President. (faftfceCta (tyotn ! Ij i ii i i Harry L. Simmers, Director The Andrew Lewis High School A Cappella Choir was organized in the fall of 1957 by its present director, Harry L. Simmers. Since that time it has continued to increase in popularity, not only with the student body, but with the general public as well. In the first year of its existence, the choir consisted of thirty-seven members. The next year the membership increased to forty-one members, and for the season of 1959-1960 there were sixty-three members which were selected by audition from the stu¬ dent body. The choral literature consists of unaccompanied masterpieces of both ancient and modern composers. Deep satisfaction is gained by the choir members in their singing of this great choral literature, and they seek to share appreciation with the listeners. Each school year demands a versatile group of singers. In addition to the various concerts given at the school, the choir has appeared in nu¬ merous concerts in churches and other schools, and this year ten members of the choir were chosen to sing in the All-State West Choir. 142

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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Raymond Bright, Henry Platter, Ann Dalby, Dreama Bruford, Gary Bowen, Tish Lunsford, Andrea Clinevell, Linda Watson, Wanda Sexton. SECOND ROW: Tanya Tuttle, Kenny Bowen, Joey Ziegler, Gwen Johnson, Sherrill Smith, Ira Jones, Herbert Bright, Beverly Miller. THIRD ROW: Butch Stump, C. P. Layman, Jimmy Shorter, Sandy Honaker, Sandra Hollandsworth, Sandy Palmer, Betty Wright, Jerry Lee, Steve Arthur, Danny Stump, Sammy Garst, Freddie Crockett, Carl Nalls. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Emory, Odgie Fitzgerald, Roger Williams, Larry Garst, Tommy McCue. The Wolverine band, sixty-four strong, under the direction of Robert M. Barnette and the able assistance of student director Carl Nalls, has performed at many func¬ tions this year. These performances include eight football games and many civic parades. The band has grown in number over the last year, making necessary the pur¬ chase of additional uniforms. Listed among appearances will be the Apple Blossom Festival at Winchester. Officers of the band are Carl Nalls, Captain and Student Director; Benny Garst, Lieutenant; Richard Cecil, Sargeant and Drill Master; and Edwin Tohnson, Head Drummer ; Euel Stump, Drum Major; Carolyn Akers, Head Majorette. The Wolverine band in the familiar A.L. formation.



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B A C K D R 0 P 8 Who is most interested in the basketball game — Coach Miley, his wife, or his little daughter? Mr. Miller confers with Mrs. Keffer in front of the school office. What does Miss Cook’s fifth period Cicero class find so amusing? Chances are, it’s the comments being made about the films that Sandra Kay Jones took in Hawaii. Think you’ve got problems! What about these poor Annual Staff members identifying pictures of people they’ve never seen before. Richard Browder and Carolyn Watkins play the roles of bride and groom in a festive Christmas play in Mrs. Fisher’s sixth period senior English class. “Left-right,” directs Mrs. Bowman as she leads some of her fellow faculty members in an inspired version of the Bunny Hop. The first appearance of our new girl’s drill team was highlighted by Patti Wright’s dance at the Homecoming game. One of our most exciting Pep rallies was held before the game with our arch rival -—- Jefferson High School.

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