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

 - Class of 1961

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XlY ( yxx . y PUBLISHED BY ANDREW LEWIS HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL STAFF SALEM, VIRGINIA 1 THIS PIONEER IS AN UNFOLDING ACCO UNT OF A YEAR AT ANDREW LEWIS AS MEASURED BY THE TICKING OF THE CLOCK AND THE RING¬ ING OF THE BELL. WITHIN THESE PAGES IS FOUND A PANORAMA OF THE TEACHERS, CLASSES, AND ACTIVITIES THAT FORMS OUR YEAR’S EXPERIENCES AND INFLUENCES OUR FUTURE LIVES. TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION PAGE 4 ATHLETICS CLASSES STUDENTS PAGE 68 PAGE 78 PAGE 12 ORGANIZATIONS PAGE 94 FEATURES PAGE 130 ADVERTISEMENTS PAGE 144 i DEDICATION Through the passing years, many of us- have come to you for counsel and guidance; you have always been there to assist us. Many of us have come to you for knowledge,- you have enlightened and encouraged us every time. Many of us have come to you discouraged; your cheerful outlook and happy heart have never failed to comfort us. In addition to all this, you have, by your work in the cafeteria, managed to see that we are well-fed. You have loved us, scolded us, teased us, and coaxed us into be¬ coming the kind of people we know we should be. And so it is with grateful hearts, we dedicate the 1961 Pioneer to you, MRS. MARGARET BAILEY 3 ALONG THE SIDELINES STAND OUR TIMEKEEPERS, THE FACULTY, WHO KEEP OUR EDUCATION MOVING ON SCHEDULE. THE PASSAGE OF TIME WILL NEVER OBSCURE THE MEMORY OF OUR ADMINISTRATIONS’ CAPABILITIES AND EF¬ FORTS IN OUR BEHALF. V r 4 5 MR. ROBERT A. PATTERSON MR. ALFRED D. HURT ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL PRINCIPAL 6 Members of the guidance committee are as follows: Clockwise: Mrs. Weeks, Mrs. KefFer, Mrs. Fisher, Mr. St. Clair, Mrs. Gillespie, Chairman; Mr. Barnett. STANDING: Mrs. Chapman, Mr. Colley, and Mr. Patterson. GUIDANCE Mr. Barnett, the boys ' guidance director, thoughtfully looks through his " missing persons " file. Mrs. Edna Weeks, the girls ' guid¬ ance director, assists a student with her schedule. 7 Miss Nancy Andrews Physical Ed. Mrs. Margaret Bailey Arith., Alg. Mrs. Margaret Ballard Read., Directed Study Mrs. Sue Banner English Mr. Robert Mrs. Evelyn Blake Barnette Home Ec. Band Mrs. Marjorie Bowman English Mrs. June Brown Hist., Geog. Miss Melba Callaway English Mr. Carl Colley English Mr. Robert Patterson Assistant Principal Mrs. Barbara Miss Annie Cook Mr. Herbert Comer Latin Copenhaver Civics, Hist. Driver Ed. Mrs lice Coulter Mrs. Belva Counts Mrs. Dorothea Mr. John Mr. James Mrs. Nancy Physics, Math Librarian Chick 8 Crawford Daughtridge Davidson Algebra Aud. Vis. Civics, Hist. Science Miss Nancy Mrs. Bertha Fisher Donaldson English Typing, Gen. Bus. Mrs. Gladys Gillespie S. Geom., P. Geom. Miss Mary Goodwin Typing, V.O.T. Miss Claudia Grider History Mrs. Geraldine Harper Math Mr. Kenneth Harper Physical Ed. Mrs. Linnae Miss Frances Hurt Hedgebeth Biology, Science Math FACULTY Mrs. Edna Weeks Guidance, Science Mrs. Julia Hylton Miss Ann Jenkins Math, Science Art, English Mr. Edward Barnett Guidance, History Mrs. Lillian Jennings Math, Science Mrs. Opal Keffer Miss Doris Kelly Algebra, Home Ec. Guidance Miss Mildred Kidd History, English Mrs. Nancy Kolmer English Miss Elizabeth Lawrence Mr. Norman Typing, Office g Lineburg Practice Science, English Mrs. Martha Logan English Miss Mary Jane Maxwell P. Geom., Alge¬ bra. Mrs. Dematris Mr. Richard Miley Miss Dorothy Mr. David Miss Dorothy Miss Jane Painter Meador Physical Miller Nickerson O ' Dell Physical Typing, Book¬ keeping Education Latin Biology, Geography English, Biology Education Mrs. Mildred Chapman Eighth Grade Guidance Mrs. Mary Parrish Miss Elsie Mrs. Mary Rash History, English Proffitt French Stenography, Typing 1961 FACULTY Mr. Dan Richards Mr. William Civics Scott Agricultural Shop, Agriculture Mrs. Elsie Wertz History, English Miss Mary Wright Librarian Mrs. Carolyn Hess Secretary Mrs. June Long Secretary The hearty appetites of all A.L. students are kept in mind as Mrs. Bratton, Mrs. Edwards, and Mrs. Bolling prepare tasty dishes. Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Turner, and Mrs. White prepare for the stam¬ pede of hungry teenagers. CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Kyle, Mrs. Gibson, and Mrs. Francisco clean up after a busy day in the cafeteria. WE, THE STUDENT BODY, HURRY FROM CLASS TO CLASS AND FROM ACTIVITY TO ACTIVITY. OUR LIVES MOVE WITH THE TICKING OF THE CLOCK AND THE RINGING OF THE BELL. THIS TIME WILL PASS, BUT WE SHALL REMEMBER IT FOREVER. 12 13 CLASS OF 1961 We Seniors are the mainspring of the activities here, giving of our time and energy to make Andrew Lewis a better school for everyone. We are ending our last year of high school, and the thought of departure, of course, contains nostalgia. We will al¬ ways remember our mock election in November, our talent show in December, the dances, and so many, many other activities. Yes, we are closing one part of our lives, but another part is just beginning, and we are looking to the future with much joy and eagerness. Time progresses, and so do we. 14 SENIORS Pauline Virginia Barton Phyllis June Anderson Norma Jane Arnold Benny Virginia Austin art William Beason Loy N. Belcher Laura Helen Blevins Carol Ruby Blount Vivian Louise Bond Freddie Donald Booth Elizabeth Geraldine Boothe 1961 Joseph Phillips Bounds Martha Ann Bowles James Edward Brown Donna Lee Brugh John Shields Bryan Susan Jane Bryan Barbara Ann Byrd Donna Marie Byrd CLASS OF Danny Winfree Bushnell Donna Lee Calhoun Line Carolyn Cannaday Betty Jean Carroll Barbara Jean Cash Richard Carl Cecil 18 Carolyn Dawne Conner Geraldine Sylvia Conner Karen Ann Conley Judith Rae Connell 19 Cecilia Mae Crawford Freddie Lee Crockett Larry McWayne Conner Patricia Ellen Conner Sarah Catherine Cromer Freda Josephine Crosswhite CLASS OF Conrad Davis Cynthia Wray Dean Stephen Ernest Dean Teresa Ann DeHart Brenda Kay Deyerle 20 Mary Ann Law Divers 1961 Marshall Dowdy Daniel Ray Duffy Shirley Ann Doss Emily Hamm Douglas Rebecca Jane Douglas Mary Ann Douthat Caroline Gray Doyle Elizabeth Anne Dressier Alvin Herbert Dudley Carl Davis Dunman Maurice Raymond Early 21 Drucilla Ellen Edwards Sharon Rebecca Eller Harold Edward Ellis Carolyn Hughes Elmore Charles Robert Emory Doris Odell Ferguson Gloria Jean Fink CLASS OF Martha Ellen Firebaugh Marvin Elroy Fisher Carolyn Douglas Galbraith Sarah Louemma Garman Gwendolyn Ann Garner Wallace Benjamin Garst, Jr. Don Lee Gilley Sammy Miller Garst Sarah Ann Garst 23 James Albert Hale Caleb Littlejohn Hall Richard Arnold Gunter Joy Marie Halsey Richard William Hartless Virginia Frances Harvey Avery Martin Hash 24 David Lester Herrin Judy Mitchell Herrin Sidney Walter Hinkley Mary Angella Hinson Bruce Weir Holman John Marshall Hughes Mary Lou Jamison Paul Edward Jenkins Josephine Alpha Jacobs Linda Jane Hughes 25 Patricia Louise Jennings Russell Steve Jobe Phyllis Ann Johnston Brenda Carole Jones Helen Elizabeth Keesling Pamela Bredlow Kelly Frank Cornelius Kinsey CLASS OF Margretha Ann Kinzer Joseph Lynn Kropff David Hugh Lester ■Villiam Harry Lee Sallie Ann Lemon George Erland Lenaeus 26 Robert Wayne McGuire Roger Gene Manning Frank Otey Martin Joyce Faye Martin Wesley Colin Mayhew 27 Joyce Vivian Messinger Carolyn Sue Mills Joyce Marie Powell Benjamin Franklin Powers, Jr. Patrick Lee Powers Randolph Douglas Powers Susan Carol Rikard Hugh Elbyrne Roberts William Wayne Roberts Thomas Lester Robertson George William Robinson 20 Christine Joyce Roop Terry Lee St. Clair Jacob Walter Roupe Dorothy Elizabeth Sample Marcia Lothrop Robinson Nancy Gatewood St. Clair 1961 Jesse Douglas Rutledge Ramona San Juan Richard Hyde Saunders Karen Lynn Scott Paul Lee Shepherd Lloyd Wayne Shockley Kenneth Ray Shorter 29 Jeanne Elizabeth Morris Patricia Ann Morris Vet M ' e Gale Myers Richard Henry Neal Deborah Ann Nester Burford Carl Nalls 30 James Edward Pannell Richard Barry Phlegar Franklin Wayne Pillow Brenda Gaynell Poff 31 Rubey Inez PofF Mary Estella Potts Robert Lee Simmers Cleatis Reginald Sisson, Jr. William Fredrick Slater James Linwood Slay Robert Preston Snyder Ruth Janet Spangler Jo Annette Stanley Cheryl Lee Surendonk 32 Carol Irene Taylor Paul Darrell Taylor Cafolee Cathryn Thomas Judith Ann Thomas Patricia Lynn Thompson Mona Carole Thornhill 1961 Shirley Ann Vaughn Ruth Carolyn Wade Emily Louise Turner Virginia Lynn Walton Lynn Shelton Waynick Anita Carol Webb Joyce Ann Webb Carolyn Elizabeth Wells 33 Barbara Jo Whitby Carolyn Jean White Rachel Mae White Richard Allen White Ronald Anthony Whitesell Clifford Rayvon Whitley Marvin William Whitley CLASS Judith Willey OF Alfred Leo Williams Carl David Wilson Mark Forrest Wimmer Donald Keith Wiseley Tommy Wayne Wright 34 35 BEST LEADERS Bobby Fry — Mona Thornhill TYPICAL SENIORS Joe Bounds — Suckie Garst SENIOR BEST ALL-AROUND Carol Blount — John Hall 36 MIRROR MOST SINCERE Brenda Kay Deyerle — George Robinson 37 MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Marshall Dowdy — Venona Musser SENIOR BEST LOOKING Martha Bowles — Billy Lee MOST DEPENDABLE Martha Firebaugh — Mickey Furr 38 MOST POPULAR Wayne Pillow — Carolyn Elmore MOST ATHLETIC SHa Bradley — Glenn Spangler 2 MIRROR MOST PERSONABLE Susan Spickard — Lloyd Shockley 39 ■ " ■ . V? Junior Class officers and sponsor are as follows: Clockwise: Shirley Dul¬ aney, President; Dennis Clower, Vice-President; Lois Nutter, Secretary; Dickie Garst, Treasurer; Miss Claudia Grider, Sponsor. CLASS OF 1962 We Juniors are next year ' s leaders. We have worked hard toward our quest of be¬ coming successful Seniors. The time passed quickly in the fall as we prepared our float for the Homecoming Parade. Then, especially for the Senior Class, we put on the most important dance of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom. Next year, when we on the most important dance of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom. Next year, when we will be at the high school ultimate in our quest for knowledge, we hope to achieve even more success. We are ready to change with the seasons. 40 JUNIORS Gene Adkins Susan Ahalt Jerry Aliff Sandra Altice Wilbur Andrews Eddie Atkinson Mary Jo Ayers Roy Ayers Charlie Bailey 41 JUNIORS Margaret Bailey Perry Bailey Linda Baird Sherry Banner Richard Barnett Brenda Barton Jim Birch Alice Black Reggie Blankenship Linda Blount CLASS OF Ellen Bowers Mark Bowman Betty Branum Jerry Branum Michael Brickey Moffett Brock Joe Browder Rose Ann Brown Suzanne Brown Virginia Brubeck Mary Brumfield Pat Brunk Marguerite Bryan Betty Bryant Jimmy Butler Larry Calligan Jose ' Camina 42 Joan Campbell Betty Caperton Sharon Catron Ben Chapman Carole Ann Clark Virginia Clark Dennis Clower Susan Coates Gail Coleman Carlton Collins 1962 Louise Cox Barry Crawford Jack Crosswhite Jimmy Crosswhite Sandra Sue Crosswhite Sidney Crosswhite Eugene Crowder Louise Cumbie Judy CundifF Lucy Cushman Ben Daugherty Robert Davids Lloyd Davidson Elizabeth Davis Ronald Davis Sue Dawson Gail Dewease 43 JUNIORS Russell Dickerson Phyllis Divers Emily Dixon Richard Dixon John Donalson Bruce Dowdy Dana Drew Rose Dudley Shirley Dulaney Luther Duncan Barbara Edwards Diane Edwards Norris Elliot Jean Epperly Kenneth Etter Tommy Farewell Billy Farmer CLASS OF Pat Follmar Sharon Fore Randolph Francisco Tony Frye Linda Furrow James Gacek Jimmy Galbraith Jo Ann Garrison Bobby Garst Connie Garst 44 Dickie Garst Ann Gearheart Doris Gearhart Tommy Gearhart Sandra Gibson Phyllis Gilley Reginald Ginter Donna Goodman Mary Goodwin George Goodykoontz Mickey Grant Robin Grant Donald Gray Gene Grubb Kathy Gunter William Hale Wayne Hall 1962 Glenda Harris Linda Harris Linda Harter Robert Hartman Donnie Hatcher Steve Hawkins Pamela Haynes Wayne Haynes Janice Heatherly Dallas Hedge 45 Robert Hendricks Joan Herron Caroline Highfill Billy Hill Paul Hodge Linda Hodges Peggy Jobe Gwen Dean Johnson Betty Gale Jones Carl Jones CLASS OF Eudora Judd Pat Kageals Bonnie Keenan Wayne Keffer Roy Kinsey Raymond Kirby Jimmy Kropff Wayne LaMay Sue LaPrad Wayne Lee Rita Leonhardt Charles Looney Nancy Loope Sonjia Lord Tressie Lovern Norma Lundy Bruce MacFarland 46 Janet McDaniel Marie McDaniel Kay McDonald Rosalind McFarland Charles McLaurin Leah McReynolds Don Manning Carol Markham Larry Marsh Andy Marsinko 1962 Delores Martin Patty Mae Martin Jerry Michael Beverly Miller Tommy Miller Ronald Minnix Violet Minucie Carolyn Mohler Bonnie Moore Sandra Morris Bonnie Mullins Jane Nash Jerry Neighbors John Nemeth Alma Newcomb Bill Nunnally Lois Nutter 47 JUNIORS n Angelia Owen Bob Owen Richard Owens Dennis Parks Derrell Parks Edair Perdue Ruth Perdue Dianne Peters Pat Peverell Jimmy Phillips Howard Pierce Barbara Preas Donnie Poff Lois Poff Nicky Powell Wanda Price Betty Jo Quick CLASS OF David Rardin David Ray Judy Reese Callie Reid Danny Richards Phillip Rife Carolyn Robertson Jimmy Robertson Michael Robertson Lee Robinson 48 Tommy Rohrer Violet Roop Ed Routt Joe Rutherford Juanita St. Clair Pat Sarver Ann Saunders Sandra Sayers Ernestine Schrader Susan Schumacher Lynwood Sweeney Joyce Shorter Carol Showalter Gail Simmers Dottie Smiley Joyce Smith Mike Spessard 1962 Dee Stinnette Betsy Stokes Jerry Strong Euel Stump Deke Summers Dorothy Taylor Tommy Taylor Janet Terry Becky Thomas James Thomas 49 Pat Tomelty Tanya Tuttle Mary Tyler Sandra Tyree Katherine Van Lew Charlotte Wade Rusty Walker Billy Weaver David Webb Janet Webb Ferman Wertz Peggy Wertz CLASS OF Ronald Weston Donna Wheeling Patty Whitby Kenneth Wieringo Bruce Willey JUNIORS Suanne Williams Joyce Wilson Earl Wimmer Diane Windel Diane Wirt Bob Wood Joyce Woolwine Juanita Worrell Betty Jo Wright Lucky Wroniewicz Peggy Yates Bev Young 50 Jerry Young Lorraine Young Alan Zeigler Gary Zimmerman kJ( lxJ uPty (yu-tt-su zjJc- aJU jc tbuyL ,, r (Jc it Jb t J:) M ol, zL, 4 — , Jl 2 JLAlyt d xlyyi y jt iJk y Cr tJ Py iuj£j 2 yy JUjxaj . OJ Q cfauU Lilid yfy v— J uy } .■oJ y y od r 4 r | JcttCu CtnuyJyy J (Ur J-d X£z ' c O. tAj ftufi) ' t£o Zy ftsuix {yy ijjjJJL tf u! va£Py tLow$ Jt Jkd Xusiyy (Id Uiso. 2yJL y ' 0 ' £Uyd Jl M O l ho OyLu yot- f uyudtsiy lO ilMXXJ typ+yJ d j-uy CtaJjLui u)dy n .iAjl Sophomore class officers are as follows: Diane Wickham, Treasurer; Becky Crom er, Vice-President; Judy Watkins, President; Sallie Tate, Secretary. 3 6 , 4p. cA CLASS OF 19 - 7Z6-CU u W-J7. We Sophomores are like the spiral springs of clocks, always near the center of things, anxiously preparing for our remaining high school years. We entered a float in the homecoming parade, held several bake sales, co-sponsored the hop after the Andrew- Lewis-Jefferson football game, and put on a talent show. Now we are awaiting next year with less apprehension and more excitement. We have achieved the turning point. 52 SOPHOMORES Sue Akers Paul Albert Georgia Allen Ronnie Alley Richard Anderson Darlene Andrews Bill Bain David Ball Tommy Beaman Judith Bishop David Blankenbeckler Jean Blankenbeckler John Blankenship Stephen Boaz Gary Bowen Karen Bowles Mason Boyd Jean Brown Wythe Brown Betty Brubeck Janet Brugh Donnie Butler Linda Bushnell Drema Burford Butch Canaday Ann Carroll Shirley Carroll Donna Casey Susan Chapman Gilford Christley Janet Clark Andrea Clinevell Shirley Cole Brenda Collins Robert Cook Nelson Cousins Roger Cox Gail Crisp 53 Virginia Crockett Becky Cromer Teddy Crouch Danny Crouse Judy Cunningham Ann Dalby Glenn Dalton Billy Dean Becky Deaton Christina Donnelly Jo Ann Dudding Lynn Eades Eldridge Eanes Linda Edwards Willa Epperly Margaret Eunson Billy Eversole Peggy Farrish Bobby Ferguson Cecilia Ferguson Wayne Ferguson Jean Fincher Larry Francisco Patrick Fitzgerald CLASS OF 1963 Sharon Franklin Alice Fulcher Evelyn Furrow Steve Furrow Anita Gardner Dianne Garrison Nancy Garrett Jean Garraghty Dutsie Ga rst Buck Gearheart Sandra Gibson R. M. Goodwin Betty Gordon Connie Graham Barbara Garst Carlton Gray Charlotte Green Judy Guthrie 54 Ann Hall Gail Hannah Susie Hardison Barbara Harris Judy Harry Benny Higgs Hunter Highfill Homer Hill Judy Hill Joyce Hinkley David Hughes Russell Jacobs Wanda Jewell Shirley Jones Steve Kennamer Larry Kerr Tommy King Roy Kinsey Linda Knight Al Knighton Patsy Koestner Steve Krzysko Judy Lane Fred Lane SOPHOMORES Jerry Lee Ronnie Lester Carolyn Lilly Rosi Lonitz Billy Loope Phyllis Lusk Tommy McClure Pat McCray Pam McFalls Lee McFarland Dorothy Malone Wayne Marshall Kay Matthews Pat Matthews Sandy Maxwell Gerald Meadow Candy Minton Ronnie Moore 55 John Morrison Don Mountcastle Michael Mounts Stephen Moushegian Carol Musselman Tommy Neal Carolyn Nowlin Franklin Owens Samuel Pauley Jimmy Perry Ray Phoenix Henry Platter Richard Poage Judy Poff Shannie Poff Carter Radford Joyce Radford Joyce Rakes CLASS OF 1963 Lucy Reavis Cheryl Richardson Tommy Richardson Linda Rigney Donald Pittman Claire Roberts John Robertson Roy Rogers Robert Rohrback Karen Rosendall John Rucker John Rutherford Dot St. Clair Richard St. Clair Bob Saul Dickie Seagle Susie Sesler Pam Sexton Kerry Sipe Mary Simons Jane Smith John Snyder Pete Stanford Phyllis Steward 56 Tommy Stinnett Harold Stull Danny Stump William Surface Katherine Tarpley Michael Tate Nancy Tate Sallie Tate Mickey Taylor Noah Tickle Ellen Timberlake Glenn Turner Margaret Tyler Jean Tyree Hazel Underwood Connie Vecellio Dallas Waddell Vetta Waggy SOPHOMORES Jackie Walcott Alvin Waldron Doris Waldron Judy Watkins Linda Watson Paul Webb Kim Whitlock Dianne Wickham George Williams Gloria Wimmer Sandra Wimmer Ronnie Wiseley Danny Witt Sylvia Witt Patrica Wolford Emily Wright Julia Wright William Wright Beverly Wyrick Junior Yearout Kenneth Young John Zimmerman 57 Freshman class sponsor and officers are as follows: Mrs. Harper, Sponsor; Barbara Holland, President; George Givens, Vice-President; Pam Robinson, Secretary; Jean Gough, Treasurer. CLASS OF 1964 What gay feelings we Freshmen ha ve now that we are able to go about much as we please throughout the main part of the building. This has indeed been a wonderful year for us. It started last fall when our homecoming float won third prize in the parade. Then we became even more busy oy having bake sales several mornings before school, bringing joy to a needy family at Christmas time, and co-sponsoring a talent show. Our scope is expanding as we mature. 58 FRESHMEN Joyce Altizer Nancy Archer Vicki Atkinson Dorothy Baker Bob Bardsley Barbara Barr Butch Barton Curtis Beach John Beach Larry Bell Ronzel Blankenship Allen Boley Myra Boone Donna Booth Darlene Boothe Harry Bozen Linda Brickey Stephen Brock Barbara Brown David Brown jerry Brown R. G. Brown Gary Brumfield John Bryant Buddy Buck Ryan Burke Teresa Burrier Brenda Butler Bertha Carroll Carlis Carroll Douglas Clayton Dane Collins Paul Conley Sharon Cregger Judy Crockett Betty Cromer David Crosswhite Tommy Crosswhite Diana Crotts Geraldine Croy Bessie Cumbie Christine Dalton Brenda Davis Joyce Dean Sara Jo Dennis Bobby Deverick Bobby Dooley Robert Dudley Ellen Dunsford Doris Ellis Linda Elliot Ruth Ferris Charleen Fink Pat Fleshman Judy Flinchum Richard Flinchum Jim Francis Donald Fulcher Carol Garman Millie Garrison George Givens Ryan Givens Sam Givens Jean Gough Linda Gray Van Gresham Ruth Grosholtz Diane Gusler Judy Guthrie Nancy Haigler 59 Tommy Hall Johnnie Hamilton Gail Hamlin Rudy Hann Jimmy Harrell Larry Harris Mike Harris Roger Harris Jo Ann Harrison Donald Haynes Bill Headen Bobby Herron Andy Hoback Charlet Hodges Barbara Holland Jeannie Holland Sandy Hollandworth Fran Humphreys Tom Humphries Linda Jackson Barbara Jefferies Bobbie Johnson Lorraine Johnson Betty Johnston Jerry Johnston Imogene Jones Kathy Jones Edward Joyner Becky Judd Fran Kageals Jeannie Keenan Grover Keeney Stewart Knighton George Lawson Betty Lee Joy LeGerre Larry Leonhardt Rodney Linkenhoker Bill Lipes Teddy Lonitz Letitia Lunsford Danny Lynch Bettie McDaniel Danny McDaniel Helen McGhee John Maxey Barry Marsh Jackie Martin Georgia Mayo Nancy Meador Bobby Miller David Mills Ann Minarik Audrey Morris Butch Morris Leonard Moses Sharon Mountcastle Charles Musselman Richard Nichols Susan Nichols Ken Nutter Jimmy O ' Rourke Mary Palmer Sandy Palmer Ambrose Pannell Sue Parker Lynda Parris Susan Payne John Pendleton Louise Perdue Paul Powell Linda Rakes Robin Reed Tom Repass Dennis Reynolds Earl Reynolds Jeane Reynolds 60 Marion Reynolds Richard Reynolds Danny Rhodes Barbara Richardson Doris Roberts Billy Robertson Danny Robertson Pam Robinson Gary Roop Jimmy Ruscigno Don Russo Mary Sartin Twila Saul Junior Schoonover Becky Scott Melvin Semones Joyce Short Philip Shreve Darlene Silcott Wanda Sisson Sandra Sizer Elaine Smith Richard Smith Randy Smith Brenda Snyder Brenda Spangler Richard Spence Steve Stinson Sandra Surface Diane Swain Chuck Taney Jane Tate Bonnie Thompson Geneva Thompson Marsena Thompson Elaine Thurman Jimmie Tickle Toni Tillman Larry Tomlin Emily Tucker Joyce Tucker Janice Underwood Garnett Vass Susan Vaughn Fred Vest Gayle Volpe Sidney Waldron David Walker Kitty Walters Mildred Warden Nancy Wells Pamela Wertz Ann White Gail White Karen White Barry Whitesell Gary Whitley Carolyn Whitlock Rebecca Wilds Randy Wiggington Bryant Williams Eulalia Williams Robert Willis Tessie Willis Butch Wilson Doris Wilson Joyce Wimmer Cynthia Witt Wanda Woolridge Don Wood Lew Wood Joyce Wright Debbie Wright Francis Wyatt David Wygar Dianne Yates Dolly Yopp 61 Eighth Grade class officers are as fol¬ lows: Jeannie Hodges, Treasurer; Judy Jones, Secretary; Steve Cromer, Vice- President; Betty Spencer, President. CLASS OF 1965 We Eighth Graders are the root and beginning of our school. With awe and appre¬ hension, we began our first year at Andrew Lewis. Everything about it impressed and confused us during the first few weeks of school, but gradually we have become accustomed to our new surroundings and now enjoy a pleasant feeling of familiarity and a real sense of belonging. For the time being, we are waiting. The passing years will mark us with maturity. 62 EIGHTH GRADE Pat Armentrout Helen Arthur Robert Atkinson Roger Atkinson Betty Austin Johnny Bailey Joann Baker Tommy Baldwin Janet Barger Connie Barnett John Barrett Susan Barton Gerald Bayne Danny Bayse Betty Beasley Nancy Beasley Donna Beason Gill Beckner Sharon Bethel Dorothy Blankenship Phyllis Blankenship Virginia Bohannon Jimmy Bohon Susan Bohon Jimmy Bolling Sue Bones Richard Boone Joyce Boothe Johnny Aliff Danetta Allen Terry Amrhein Bobby Archer Susan Agner Judy Aldhizer Mm Evelyn Brewster Barbara Bott Bonnie Bowe David Bradley Richard Briggs Jimmy Brown Lillie Brown Steve Brown Dan Brugh Alene Brumfield Raymond Buchanan Myrtle Bullins James Burnap Carolyn Byer Ronnie Caldwell Becky Carroll Gene Carter Johnny Clarke Sandy Clem Danny Collins Owen Collins Ray Collins Shirley Collins Brenda Combs Wesley Combs Ruth Connell Brenda Conner Roger Conner Marvin Cook Karen Crady Pat Craft Clark Cregger Mary Crist Steve Cromer Joyce Crotts Tom Crotts James Crouse Albert Crowder Clifton Cunningham Wayne Daugherty Lois Davidson Betty Davis Carl Davis Gay Davis Sharon Davis Barbara Dickerson Brenda Dickerson Richard Dockery Michael Douglas Richard Douglas Jackie East Sue Eblen Betty Jo Edwards James Edwards Peggy Edwards Edward Ellis Sonia Elmore Roger Ferguson Mary Floyd Judy Folly Mike Francisco Thomas Franklin Susan Fry Mary Frye Billy Fulcrod Rodney Furr Carolyn Gardner Henry Gardner Jackie Garman David Garraghty Toby Garst Barbara Gearhart Madeline Gearheart June Gillaspie Jean Gleason Sharon Goad Linda Gochenour 64 Brenda Goodwin Brenda Graham Paul Graham Shirley Grant Gordon Graybeal Rebecca Green Janice Greer Henry Grim Judy Gresham Barry Griffith Pam Guthrie Blanche Hale Frances Hale Glen Hale Loretta Hale Cathy Hall Glenn Hall Gloria Hall Roland Hardwick Lynwood Harrell Connie Harrington Russell Harris Shirley Harrison Linda Harth Tom Harvey Sharon Hash William Layne Lenora Haynes Florence Headley Jimmy Hedrick Brenda Henderson David Hendrick Darrell Henley Jerry Hester Dorsey Hibbitts William Hiqhfill Pat Wilmore Sonny Hinchee Fred Hinson Jeannie Hodges Barbara Holman Barry Holman Peggy Honaker Sandra Honaker Brenda Hopkins Brenda Huff Judy Huffman Sherry Huffman Kathryn Hull Katherine Husted Shelia Hyatt Duke Ingram Ray Jackson Mary James Ellen Jefferies Johnny Jobe Carolyn Johnson Cynthia Johnson Georgia Johnston Linda Johnston Martha Jolly Judy Jones Larry Jones Kitty Journell Alice Judd Paul Kegley Roger Kegley Don Keith Zona Kelley Katina Keith Marvin Kilby Larry King Sue Kingery Mary Frances Knott Carol Koestner Paula Lada Johnny Lafferty 65 Barbara LaGarde Van Lane Margaret LaPrad Paul Larson Lynn Lavinder Elaine Lee Billy Lemon Judy Lemon Nada Leweke Gloria Linkervhoker Luckie Locke Dale Looney Bonnie Lovell Steve Marshall Teddie Marshall Linda Martin Nancy Martin Peter Martin Joe McCoy Carolyn McCray Alvin McDaniel Donna McFalls ' Paulina McLaurin Paul Mendolia Joan Manspile Iris Miles Byron Miller Joyce Miller Sandra Miller Curtis Mills, Jr. Jerry Mills Sarah Moran Joyce Moses Linda Moses Michael Moulse David Mullins Larry Mullins Mike Mullins Sarah Myers Glenn Nalls Kitty Neal Bari Neighbors Nardie Nelson Dawn Nester Frank Nino Nora Belle Nunnery Jimmy Obenchain Kenneth Overbay Dan Oyler Michael Pardue William Parks Jimmy Parr Herbert Patrick James Pauley Jack Pendleton Andre Perdue Patty Determan Clifford Pethal Bobby Phoenix Brenda Phoenix Sam Poage Danny Poff Eddie PofF Linda PofF Lynn Poff Ronnie Poff Louverne Potter Larry Pratt Larry Price Louise Price Brenda Puckett Robert Pruitt Jerry Quesenberry Roger Quesenberry Doris Radford Barbara Ridpath George Reese 66 Sandra Reese Milton Reich Katie Reynolds Linda Reynolds William Reynolds Randy Rhodes Frank Rhudy Diane Richardson Peter Rikard Lee Riley Johnny Roberts Wanda Robertson Eddie Robinson Michael Robinson Kenneth Rodgers Vivian Roupe Linda Rudisi 11 Linda Rutherford Donnie St. Clair Pat Saul Isabel Saunders Margaret Scaggs Larry Semones David Shank Joyce Shay Charles Shelor Frank Shelor Diane Shepard Chris Sheretz Marvin Shockley Larry Sink Dickie Sisson Sharon Sisson George Slusher Gary Smith Homer Smith Ralph Smithson Scott Sowers Joyce Spangler Betty Spencer Kyle Stevens Andrew Stover Margaret Stover Roger Stump Charles Surface Joyce Tarpley Connie Taylor Wanda Thacker Camille Thomas Kay Thompson Ann Tribley Gary Irish Carson Tucker Margaret Turner Carolyn Van Fossen Donna Waggy Eddie Wallace David Waltz Frankie Westmoreland Sandra Weston Danny Wheeling Richard Whitley Willie Wickham Bonnie Willard Anne Williams Marcella Willis Judy Wirt Barbara Whitt Margaret Witt Rebecca Witt I Raymond Woodford Faye Woods Betty Wright Charles Wright Robert Wright Tony Zamorski Sue Zirkle 67 FIVE DAYS OF THE WEEK, SIX HOURS OF THE DAY, WE WORK IN CLASSROOMS, LABORATORIES, AND STUDY HALLS. THIRTY HOURS IS A SHORT TIME FOR OUR QUEST OF GREATER KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD IN WHICH WE LIVE. 68 69 George Lenaeus, are you sure you can explain that locus figure to the other interested solid students? Graphs of all shapes and sizes are drawn on the blackboard by several students from Mrs. Jennings ' s first period mathematics class. The members of Mrs. Keffer ' s first period third year algebra class check their homework as Richard Gunter explains a function. 70 V t x«Bml a Miss Webb ' s chemistry class is in the process of creating strange odors that will eventually fill the school building. " Miss O ' Dell, we know we aren ' t as smart as your first period class, but could you please go over that last paragraph again? " questions the seventh period biology class. Marie Hofer gives her explanation of a plane geometry figure and problem. 71 Miss Grider offers her help to one of her sixth period American history students. Our American heritage is studied and appreciated by Mr. St. Clair ' s third period civics class. Mrs. Rash, what is your secret for success? How do you get your seventh period French class to study so diligently? Virgil would have asked, " Quid est hoc? " at the confusion Miss Cook ' s sixth period advanced Latin class. " When shall we three meet again? " Next Fisher ' s Senior English class presents Macbeth Mr. Scott informs one of his agriculture classes about the latest developments in farming. 74 Gosh, those toes are a long way away; sec¬ ond period physical education class cer¬ tainly thinks so. This is a study hall? Yes, it ' s second period study hall, and, as usual, there ' s more talk going on than work. 75 This seems to be around the world with Mr. Barnett in his sixth period world history class. Have hope, Mr. Copenhaver; maybe this woman driver will be different! This is obviously a posed picture of the library staff; usually everyone is busily working. Posture, pronunciation, and purpose prevail in the pursuits of the perturbed public speaking pupils of Miss Ann Thomason. The right settings for plays have to be constructed carefully. Miss Thomason supervises to see that her dramatics class does the work properly. THE SECONDS ON THE SCOREBOARD CLOCK TICK BY. THE STUDENT BODY SCREAMS LOUDER AND LOUDER. WHETHER WE WIN OR LOSE, WE TRY OUR HARDEST. 78 79 Susan Spickard CHEERLEADERS Sha Bradley Carolyn Elmore Head Cheerleader Mona Thornhill Sarah Garst Donna Brugh Phyllis Gilley Kay McDonald 80 Rita Leonhardt . . . WOLVERINE ENTHUSIASM The Junior Varsity cheerleaders are as follows: Sara Jo Dennis, Head Cheerleader; Susan Agner, Cynthia Witt, Linda Moses, Susan Vaughan, Judy Jones, Kitty Walters, Helen Arthur, Susan Payne, Ryan Burke, Linda Johnston, Dianne Yates. Candy Minton Judy Cundiff Aw m ' j - mmwmrn wm:mvrm ' « jj . yaws dfutffc m ' iggtMHSt W ai W m UM$0w flUMiwiMnnl ttBk - Ik - wM Ipiii ebbi i bjh mm k EjA ' t ■1 v m HK A H ■ i ft r» m 1 1 A • rfl : § Entm MB 1 HA JH 5a 553K V W BJk Mitt i wffk jBBSaV S agror fijjjft 1 Varsity football Seniors are as follows: Averette Overby, Rusty Slay, Glenn Spangler, James Brown, Bill Lee, Ben Powers, Harold Cogdill. Not Pictured: George Bower, Jack Crosswhite, Sid Crosswhite. FOOTBALL Football managers are Roger Cox and George Law- son. Not pictured are Jerry Young, John Zimmerman, and Dick Steen. Head Coach,Eddie Joyce Assistant coaches are Mr. Ken Harper, Mr. Robert Patterson, Mr. Richard Miley, and Mr. Melvin Myers. 82 itfffMMH Members of the Varsity football team are as follows: FIRST ROW: Leonbardt, Roy Kinsey, Bob Bardsley, John Donaldson, Wayne Hall. Ben Powers, Harold Cogdill, Rusty Slay, Eddie Joyce, Mascot; James Brown, Glenn Spangler. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Young, Larry Caligan, Charles Bailey, Billy Lee, Benton Higgs, Cecil Blankenship, Wilbur Andrews, Kenneth Etter. THIRD ROW; Deke Summers, Larry Members of the Junior Varsity football team are as follows: FIRST ROW: Bari Neighbors, Nelson Cousins, Johnny Jobe, Harry Bosen, Joe McCoy, Randy Wigington. SECOND ROW: Richard Spence, Dan Robertson, David Hendricks, Stretch Beach, Jackie Cobb. THIRD ROW: Steve Cromer, Terry Am- FOURTH ROW: Tommy Stinnett, Buddy Buck, Tom King, Randy Fran¬ cisco. BACK ROW: Gilford Christley, Larry Bell, Ed Routt, Jimmie Birch, Carter Melton, Paul yCpbb, John Morrison, Averette Overby. rhein, Curtis Beach, Bobby Deverick. FOURTH ROW: Don Russo, Junior Yearout. FIFTH ROW: Russell Hair, Danny Bayse, Van Gresham, Andy Hoback. SIXTH ROW: Mike Harris, Carl Davis, Duke Ingram, Steve Stinson, Marion Reynolds, Mike Francisco. mr ft I , ft M ■ If I - ■ ' f 1; ffi ■ ■ J ft-,. 1 m£a i iv .Is JR ” , r " ; | i } jx W |i I ft 1 CO CO i mH m m E ; - jMt ' w ww ' m Ti ' ff fft|iay|L -fo J 4 , ■ IMJjkfm S ' tBJr llPw . . ftP I»Jv £SHE 74 . J 4 — t J , ' Aj « Mr-V 7 Sim- ' ■ -• W hjnrfc A tig 1 oiL {fj» ' ( vll jL . ]H| r Af,, jhT |4a| .. ■ ' V ! aH| ? ? wtk J» f Mi K .., Wi L IS The Wolverines got their ' 60 season off to a fine start with a 26—0 romp at Covington. Richard Beach scored two touchdowns, with quarterback Wayne Hall and tackle James Brown accounting for the other scores. At left, Coach Je ce advises Sid Crosswhite. ' IN ' ' A ,c iM ] jV The Wolverines invaded Danvi second game of the season, only to suffer a 14—0 defeat. Because of this, Porky Brown, shown in picture at lef ' no chance b show his kicking skm wV ., HI ■ A if ' A n i j f I J J W U]f I u I y ' i A ' fi Harold Cogdill scored on a pass play, and James Brown kicked the extra point as the Salemites fought Tazewell to a 7—7 tie. A thrilling touchdown march, ending in a 20-yard pass play from Charles Bailey to Glenn Spangler, handed Blacksburg a stinging 6—0 defeat in the sec¬ ond annual Sandlot Benefit game. In picture at left, Sandlot queen Carolyn Elmore ' assists Kenny Etter with his shoulder pads. In the Byrd game, Glenn Spangler, Kenny Etter, and Larry Leonhardt scored one touchdown apiece, and James Brown kicked two extra points. The Terriers carried home a 20—12 loss. 84 The constantly improving Wolverines were edged by Fleming, 20—13. The two Lewis touchdowns were made by Kenny Etter on a two yard plunge, and Glenn Spangler on a flashy 61-yard punt return. A favored Graham eleven was met by tough oppo¬ sition in Salem. Kenny Etter, Bob Bardsley, and Larry Leonhardt scored, and the final tally was 19—19. The spirited Wolverines really played their hearts out against an over-rated Jefferson team. Only a contro¬ versial 51-yard run saved Jefferson from defeat. The fax, 21—7. James Brown kicked all three extra points. With several players hampered by injuries, the team was unable to stop the Glass Offense, bowing 19—0 in the Homecoming game. At right Coach Joyce has a hasty consultation on the sidelines. 85 Varsity team members are as follows: Charles Bailey, Bob Bardsley, Donnie Butler, Carter Melton, Jimmy Birch, Joe Browder, Jerry Neighbors, Mickey Grant. BASKETBALL Jefferson, arch rival of Andrew Lewis, came out second best in a pair of close en¬ counters. The Wolverines won the first game by a score of 45—43 and the second with 63—58. The A.L. boys won the first game with Drewry Mason, 50—46, but split the bill by losing a tough 50—46 decision. In another pair of non-district games, the Salemites whipped Buena Vista, 66—52, but scrambled to win the second, an exciting 65—44 contest. Despite their most gallant efforts, the Wolverines received a pair of stinging defeats at the hands of E. C. Glass. The scores were 50—33 and 62—37. The team romped to victory over William Byrd, however, winning the first game 61 — 37, and the second with the overwhelming score of 76—44. In both games with Danville, Dame Fortune frowned on our Salem boys. In the first game, the Wolverines came up on the short end of a 56—53 tally. In the sec¬ ond game, they shot 42 per cent and scored 74 points, but lost, 86—74. 86 The first qame with Tazewell was not an overwhelming victory for A.L., only 68— 62, but the second game gave the Wolverines a fantastic 83—61 victory. second game, a truly heart- The team clobbered Halifax County, 66—44, but breaking 48—47 encounter. W ' 7 i Visiting Rocky Mount simply could not handle the Wolverines, who slipped by them in the closing moments to in, 50—48. The better team does not always win,- such was the case when William Fleming won over the Salemites, 64—44. v V 0 UU. L f , JL r» ' f Xt £ . J -j UM. • -uAM (a. g— i o rxl!UxU ZLj; (Uj . lix, yJhxA - vT A a. JT ■ A xps+pCxf ■ ' ' ( C 1 J J i i ! (aaA cCk v wty • v Senior Varsity members are as follows: David Herrin, Robert Snyder, George Robinson, Marshall Dowdy, David Myers, Glenn Dalton, Manager. Members of the Freshman basketball team are as follows: FIRST ROW: R. G. Brown, Randy Wigington, Barry Whitesell, Sam Givens, Tommy Crosswhite, Butch Morris, Bobby Miller. SECOND ROW: Coach Daughtridge, Richard Spence, Butch Wilson, Bryant Williams, David Walker, Bobby Herron, Van Gresham, Philip Shreve, Manager. Jerry Neighbor ' s long jump shot seems to leave the Cardinals of Danville awe¬ stricken. Charles Bailey goes for two points on a fast break. Carter Melton takes part of the E.C. Glass team with him as he heads the ball in the right direction. GAMES VARSITY Members of the Junior Varsity basketball team are as follows: FIRST ROW: John Morrison, Junior Yearout, David Ball, Tommy Richardson. SECOND ROW: Stretch Beach, Curtis Beach, Marion Reynolds, Steve Jtinson, Larry Bell, Don Russo. THIRD ROW: Steve Cromer, Russell Harris, Dick Miley, Coach. Although the Andrew Lewis cross-country team placed fifth in the State meet, 1960 was by no means an unsuccessful year. Led by tri-captains Wallace Gusler, Robert Snyder, and Marshall Dowdy, the Wolverines defeated all comers in high school meets. William Fleming, Lord Botetourt, and R. J. Reynolds, of Winston-Salem, North Caro¬ lina were among the teams that bowed to the Wolverines. Even college freshmen were not immune to defeat; the Salemites won over Bridgewater College and Clemson Col¬ lege, and lost only to powerful teams from Wake Forest and the University of North Carolina. This was Mr. Norman Lineburg ' s first year as a head coach, and both he and the team did a fine job. FIRST ROW: David Herrin, Richard Gunter, Barry May, Jerry Neighbors, Marshall Dowdy, Co-Captain; Wallace Gusler, Co- Captain; Robert Snyder, Co-Captain; Stephen Moushegian, Mickey Grant, George Robinson. SECOND ROW: David Myers, Donnie But¬ ler, David Ball, Reggie Blankenship, Willie Wickham, Rodney Furr, Al Knighton, Jerry Michael, David Walker, Coach Lineburg. Not pictured: Jimmy O ' Rourke. Wallace Gusler finishes first in the last lap of race with R. J. Reynolds. Marshall Dowdy, Wallace Gus¬ ler, and Steve Moushegian lead in the first lap of cross-country race with R. J. Reynolds. 90 INDOOR TRACK This year the indoor track team competed only in the state meet. The 880 relay team, composed of Glenn Spangler, Richard Spangler, Ben Powers, and Wayne Hall, cap¬ tured the Wolverines ' only point by tying for fourth place. In several other events, however, the A. L. boys were barely edged out of placing. Members of the indoor track team are as follows: FIRST ROW: Dan Brugh, Barry Griffith, Jimmy Bohon, Larry Semones, Rodney Furr. SECOND ROW: Jackie Harrell, Mike Tate, Reggie Blankenship, Randy Francisco, Steve Moushegian, Ray Kirby. THIRD ROW: Barry May, Ben Powers, Richard Gunter, Bobby Fry, Darrell Parks, Wal¬ lace Gussler, Butch Wright. FOURTH ROW: David Rardin, Benton Higgs, Rusty Walker, Charles Rakes. Not Pictured: Gene Adkins, Richard Spangler, Glenn Spangler, Buddy Buck, Wayne Hall, Roy Kinsey, Billy Craft, Tommy Stinnett, Dickie Steen. Glenn Spangler and Wayne Hall warm up for the 880 relay. Randy Francisco demonstrates the style he used in the quarter mile run. 91 Members of the J.V. team scrimmcge for the ball. GIRLS’ Members of the girls ' Junior Varsity basketball team are as follows: Callie Reid, Evelyn Furrow, Ellen Dunford, Cecilia Ferguson, Sharon Bethel, Betty Spencer, Emily Tucker. SECOND ROW: Miss Painter, ' Coach; Christina Donnelly, Manager; Jean Garraghty, Barbara Preas, Miss Taylor, Coach; Bonnie Moore, Lucy Reavis, Brenda Conner, Miss Andrews, Coach. Members of the girls ' Varsity basketball team are as follows: FIRST ROW: Rachel White, Ellen Painter, Louise Cox, Lois Nutter, Louise Cumbie. SECOND ROW: Miss Painter, Coach; Dee Stinnette, Hunter Highfill, Joyce Martin, Pat Kageals, Manager; Miss Andrews, Coach; Janet Brugh, Betty Jo Quick, Janice Heatherly, Miss Taylor, Coach. BASKETBALL Andrew Lewis. . . . . .23 Andrew Lewis. . . . . .28 Andrew Lewis. . . . .21 Andrew Lewis. . . . .29 Andrew Lewis. . . . .27 Andrew Lewis. . . . . 10 Fleming . 29 Jefferson . 21 Catholic . 16 Fleming . 26 Jefferson . 16 Byrd . 14 Lois Nutter goes high to make a basket against Flem¬ ing. Janet Brugh struggles to get the ball away from the Colo¬ nels of William Fleming. ■ MANY OF OUR SCHOOL HOURS ARE SPENT IN LEARNING TO WORK WELL WITH OUR FELLOW STUDENTS, TO RESPECT DIFFERENT VIEWS AND OPINIONS, AND TO BE GOOD LEADERS. IN OUR SCHOOL CLUBS, EXPERIENCES BUILD OUR CHARACTERS. 94 ORGANIZATIONS - K fSflP 0M ' fMi 95 Officers of the Beta Club are as follows: FIRST ROW: Susan Rikard, Recording Secretary; Richard Gunter, Treasurer; Martha Firebaugh, Corresponding Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mickey Furr, President; Steve Fox, Vice-President. New members are inducted at an inspiring can¬ dlelight service. mmL ] r The new members of the Beta Club are as follows: FIRST ROW: Carolyn Mohler, Jean Fincher, Candy Minton, Pam McFalls, Diane Wickham. SECOND ROW: Connie Vecellio, Emily Wright, Dotty Smiley, Susan Schumacher, Nancy Tate. THIRD ROW: Carol Jean Jones, Barbara Preas, Callie Reed, Lee McReynolds. FOURTH ROW: Hunter Highfill, Susan Chapman, Sally Rikard, Janet Clark. FIFTH ROW: Betty Branum, Virginia Crockett, Mona Thornhill, Patricia Bailey, Ann Dolby. SIXTH ROW: Margaret Furrow, Carolyn Lilly, Marie Hofer. SEVENTH ROW: Sallie Tate, Judy Watkins, Allison Watts. EIGHTH ROW: Al Knighton, Gary Bowen, Bobby Fry. NINTH ROW: Steve Kennamer, Bert Dodd, Robert Cook. TENTH ROW: Steve Moushegian, Roy Kinsey, Kerry Sipe. ELEVENTH ROW: Deke Summers, Tommy Richardson. 96 The members of the Beta Club are as follows: FIRST ROW: Wayne Keffer, Virginia Clark, Linda Blount, Linda Furrow, Susan Spickard, Marcia Mounts, Carolyn Galbraith, Sandra Morris, Judy Herrin, Dianne Peters, Kay McDonald, Caroline Highfill, Linda Harter, Pat Kageals, Robert Hendricks. SECOND ROW: Susan Rikard, Beverly Miller, Becky Douglas, Emily Douglas. THIRD ROW: Randy Clarke, Mary Ann Douthat, Kathryn Gray, Shirley Dulaney, Sandra Tyree, Sherry Banner, Roz McFarland, Glenda Harris, Linda Hodges, Judy Thomas, Emily Turner, Patty Mae Martin. FOURTH ROW: Ben Chap¬ man, Don Wiseley, Carolyn Elmore, Gwen Garner, Brenda Kay Deyerle, Liz Albert, Susan Ahalt, Janet Gardella, Joyce Halsey, Jean White, Pat Looney. FIFTH ROW: George Lenaeus, Bobby Hop¬ kins, Ben Zirkle, Wayne Hall, James Gacek, Steve Fox, Mickey Furr, Larry Trent, Terry St. Clair, Richard Gunter, Dennis Clower, Shirley Vaughn, Jerry Lee Branum, James Thomas, Virginia Harvey. SIXTH ROW: Tommy Farewell, David Myers, Tommy Miller, Robin Grant, Judy Cundiff, Elaine Ager, Freda Crosswhite, Barbara Whitby, Linda Cannady, Anita Webb, Martha Firebaugh, Margaret Bailey, Ruth Wade, Jo Ann Garrison. The purpose of the National BefcHf llb is to pfc|m §fp scholarship, leadership, and character in its members. Eligibility for membership is determined by- scholarship and requires the approval of the faculty. tml W This year we attended the state Beta Club convention in Richmond, sold programs at football games, and sponsored a hop. The Senior members especially en¬ joyed the dinner given by the Rotary Club in their honor. .. .o -Naracte d 97 Each Class Council is composed of the four class officers and the homeroom presidents. The Class Councils nominate Student Council representatives and class officers before each spring election. CLASS COUNCIL Members of the Class Council are as follows: FIRST ROW: Mona Thornhill, Tom King, Judy Cundiff, Joe Browder. SECOND ROW: Richard Gunter, Venona Musser, Don Wisely, Randy Clarke, Bob Fry, Marcia Mounts. THIRD ROW: Bill Agnor, Neal Kinsey, Susan Spickard, Martha Firebaugh, Mike Spessard. FOURTH ROW: Sallie Tate, Becky Cromer, Betty Jo Quick, Louise Cumbie, Wayne Pillow, Lois Nutter, Linda Harter, Dennis Clower, Roz McFarland, Wayne Hall, Richard Beach. FIFTH ROW: Ann White, Barbara Holland, Janet Clark, Diane Wickham, Ferman Wertz. SIXTH ROW: Michael Moulse, Pat Saul, Betty Spencer, Sandy Maxwell, Tommy Stinnett. SEVENTH ROW: Steve Cromer, Rodney Furr, Judy Foley, Jean Gough, Pam Robinson, Helen Agner. EIGHTH ROW: Madeline Gearheart, Camille Thomas, Jeannie Hodges, Judy Jones, George Givens, Marion Reynolds, Richard Spence. --w IMtk ' M Wa ■ Mmm.S m iw ■ W Jlfw a fig I t M f i ' l- ‘ ; W : ! ' Members of the Student Council ore as follows: Clockwise: Joe Browder, Susan Spickard, John Beach, John Hall, Carolyn Elmore, Kay Matthews, Barry Marsh, Linda Blount, Becky Cromer, Judy Cundiff, Kay McDonald, Bobby Fry, Mona Thornhill. STUDENT COUNCIL The purposes of the Student Government Association, as set forth in the preamble of its constitution, are to further the spirit of co-operation and understanding among the stu¬ dents and faculty, and to encourage the development of student government at Andrew Lewis. Our activities for this year include conducting a college and a career night, helping at the District P Teachers ' Conference, being host to the Student Co-operative Association district meeting, and publishing the student directory. 99 I Steve Fox, Editor, and Mickey Furr, Business Manager, smile hdfcpily as they learn that they met the deadline! Mrs. Rash u d Mrs. Bowman, Sponsors, look over the pictures that are to go into the Pioneer. Copy - writers Pam Kelly, Richard Gunter, Gwen Garner, Cheryl Surendonk glance doubtfully at their handiwork. Susan Chapman aids typist s Phyllis Gilley and Ruth Wade. Artist Betty Branum adds the finishing touch while Susan Spickard, Head Artist, encourages from the sidelines. Photogra phers J o a n Herron and Steve Krzysko check their camera before car- rying out an assign- ment. ANNUAL STAFF The hard-working ad staff composed of Mickey Furr, Virginia Clark, Carolyn Beckner, Dianne Peters, and Bobby Emory prepare their super-salesmanship cam¬ paign. Every period of the day we annual staff members have been found working strenu¬ ously in our small room off eighth grade hall or in various other parts of the build¬ ing. Now, near the end of this school year, the fruits of our labors have come into reality, and we are presenting the 1961 Pioneer. We hope that all of you, along with us, will be able to relive happy memories from this past year through the pages of our yearbook. The circulation staff, Linda Blount, Kay Matthews, Becky Douglas, Mary Hinson, and Emily Douglas,anxiously discusses annual sales. -7 ; | j ; Jk, 4IS8 1MKL rf JgHj Kip ’ || r If V :’ jgBKmtk mm f M9 W ' ' ' ••A « ' ' ' i " ■te ' JSj J IP jjfjtoi Sm iSPgri dBflr PROVINCIALS Carol Blount Judy Herrin Martha Bowles Mary Lou Holland Sharon Bradley Bobby Hopkins Freda Crosswhite Pam Kelly Brenda Kay Deyerle Neal Kinsey Becky Douglas Wayne McGuire Emily Douglas Venona Musser Anne Dressier David Myers Sharon Eller Carl Nalls Bobby Emory Paul Shepherd Steve Fox Kenneth Shorter Mickey Furr Susan Spickard Sarah Garst Shari Sponsler Virginia Harvey Barbara Whitby Marty Hash Don Wisely Ben Zirkle Betty Gale Jones Margaret Bailey Pat Kageals Sherry Banner Lee McReynolds Linda Blount Tommy Miller Joe Browder Alma Newcomb Jimmy Butler Sandra Sayers Ben Chapman Dale Slusher Dennis Clower Dottie Smiley Louise Cumbie Dee Stinnett Judy Cundiff Betsy Stokes Shirley Dulaney Euel Stump Tommy Farewell Deke Summers Randy Francisco James Thomas Bobby Garst Leigh Wiley Caroline Highfill Lucky Wroniewicz Latin Club officers and sponsor are as fol¬ lows: FIRST ROW: Don Wisely, Senior Provincial Governor; Sally Tate, Quaestor; Wayne Pil¬ low, Pontifex Maximus; Miss Annie Virginia Cook, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Linda Wat¬ son, Praetor; Mona Thornhill, Aedile; Kay McDonald, Censor; Judy Watkins, Patrician Consul. THIRD ROW: Sandy Maxwell, Ple- bian Consul; Mike Spessard, Tribune; Linda Blount, Junior Provincial Governor. The Latin Club, or Sodalitas Latina, offers an opportunity for Latin students to learn more about the classics while becoming better acquainted with each other. An appre¬ ciation of Greek and Roman life is developed by our organization. Our activities include the annual Roman Banquet for the faculty, the Easter Pageant, and the May Day Dance. LATIN CLUB PATRICIANS - Virgil Class: Susan Ahalt Elizabeth Albert Wilbur Andrews Ellen Bowers Betty Branum Michael Brickey Betty Caperton Cynthia Dean Mary Ann Douthat Carolyn Elmore Martha Firebaugh Carolyn Galbraith Marie McDaniel Kay McDonald Rosalind McFarland Wayne Pillow Barbara Preas David Rardin Callie Reid Ronnie Richards Michael Robertson Susan Schumacher Pat Thompson Mona Carole Thornhill Emily Turner Kitty Van Lew Allison Watts Caesar Class Paul Albert Nancy Archer David Ball Tommy Beaman Alice Black Myra Boone Karen Bowles Ralph Brown Donna Brugh Ryan Burke Donna Calhoun John Caperton Sharon Catron Susan Chapman Virginia Crockett Ann Dalby Robert Davids Sara Jo Dennis Dana Drew Linda Edwards Peggy Eunson Billy Eversole Gloria Fink Pat Follmar Sharon Fore Evelyn Furrow James Gacek Anita Gardner Tommy Richardson Jean Garraghty Sally Rikard Millie Garrison Claire Roberts Dickie Garst Pam Robinson Sam Givens Bob Rohrback R. M. Goodwin Tina Schrader Robin Grant Pam Sexton Sally Grosholz Kerry Sipe Wayne Hall Tommy Stinnett Linda Harter Chuck Taney Robert Hendricks Nancy Tate Hunter Highfill Sallie Tate Marie Hofer Elaine Thurman Gwen Dean Johnson Noah Tickle Fran Kageals Susan Vaughar Steve Kennamer Connie Vecellio Linda Knight Judy Watkins Al Knighton Nancy Wells Patsy Kostner Kim Whitlock Rita Leonhardt Ronnie Wiseley Carolyn Lilly Bob Wood Rosi Lonitz Emily Wright Evelyn Kay Matthews Ben Young Candy Minton Beverly Young John Morrison Alan Ziegler Sue Parker Dennis Parks Judy Poff Nickv Powell m |Sg m jm. mx M m 1 ' Sl w r r , BL Bfl llfiiiiA r Imt ■ flF | V W DK ) ; f SK 4 w flTJK f ISj I t M t WM r w W ' fir. y Ml A . x JMM MMr Mm dm v .9 gp , m %. . wfi ■? ' jV $ $M jf n PLEBEIANS: Helen Agner Jean Gough Bertha Carroll Van Gresham John Beach Bobby Herron R. G. Brown Andy Hoback Brenda Butler Barbara Holland Jose Laron Camina Sandy Hollandsworth Becky Cromer Tommy Humphries Betty Cromer Barbara Jefferies Bess Cumbie Bobbie Johnston Bruce Dowdy Ira Jones Susan Ann Faulkerson Carol Koestner Anna Ferguson Jerry Lee Nancy Garrett " Lucky " Lineberry Randy Gearheart Bill Lipes Ted Lonitz John Rutherford Georgia Mayo Ann Saunders Sandy Maxwell Ranny Smith Lester McCurdy Mike Tate Carter Melton Toni Tillman Ann Minarik Kitty Walters Ronald Minnix Russell Walker Michael Mullins Linda Watson Sandy Palmer Pam Wertz Susan Payne Donna Wheeling Tom Repass Barry Whitesell Carol Jean Reynolds Gloria Wimmer Jimmy Russigno Don Wood Don Russo Meredith Wood Officers of the Senior Y-Teens are as follows: Ann DeHart, Treasurer; Suckie Garst, Secretary; Linda Hodges, Vice-President; Pam Kelly, President. The Senior Y-Teens provides an opportunity for its mem¬ bers to work together with the women of the Y.W.C.A. in upholding the principles of Christian living. This broad objective finds practical significance in our helping with city-county fund drives and our adoption of a family. This year we co-sponsored a hop and sponsored the annual Sweetheart Dance. SENIOR Y-TEENS Members of the Senior Y-Teens are as follows: FIRST ROW: Patti Whitby, World Fellowship; Carolyn Galbraith, Music Chairman; Kathryn Gray, Social Chairman; Linda Harter, Wor¬ ship Center Chairman; Sue Dawson, Worship Chairman; Susan Rikard, Program Chairman; Ann DeHart, Sarah Garst, Linda Hodges, Pam Kelly. SECOND ROW: Martha Firebaugh, Shari Spons- ler. Service Projects; Betsy Stokes, Dotty Smiley, Susan Schumacker, Sara Adkins, Suanne Williams, Gloria Wimmer, Pam Haynes, Mary Potts. THIRD ROW: Pat Thompson, Marcia Robinson, Interclub Coun¬ cil Representative; Gwen Garner, Publicity Chairman; Candy Minton, Carolyn Lilly, Susan Chapman, Emily Wright, Jean Epperly, Pat Graham, Sally Rikard, Phyllis Gilley. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Jones, Karen Nichols, Carol Jean Jones, Barbara Preas, Judy Hill, Betty Gale Jones, Gwen Dean Johnson, Betty Caperton, Virginia Harvey, Mrs. R. R. Gearhart, Miss Ann Jenkins, Sponsors. Members of the Junior Y-Teens ore as follows: FIRST ROW: Susan Agner, Ryan Burke, Susan Vaughan, Linda Johnson. SECOND ROW: Helen Arthur, Kitty Walters, Susan Payne, Judy Jones. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Meador, Sponsor; Karen Crady, Martha Jolly, Sharon Hash. FOURTH ROW: Paula Lada, Sandra Reese, Sharon Goad. FIFTH ROW: Nancy Archer, Enola Graham, Jerry Mills, Paulina McLaurin, Brenda Henderson. SIXTH ROW: Betty Davis, Sue Kingery, Pat Craft, Sandy Clem. SEV¬ ENTH ROW: Judy Foley, Sharon Davis, Shelia Hyatt. EIGHTH ROW: Sue Elben, Jean Holland, Sarah Moran, Barbara Holland. NINTH ROW: Georgia Mayo, Myra Boone, Connie Harrington, Ann White, Nancy Wells, Gail White. TENTH ROW: Jean Gough, Donna Waggy, Judy Gresham, Cathy Hall. ELEVENTH ROW: Ann Minarik, Pam Robinson. TWELFTH ROW: Helen Agner, Camille Thomas. THIRTEENTH ROW: Sue Parker, Sandy Sizer, Betty Spencer, Joyce Miller. FOURTEENTH ROW: Susan Fry, Rebecca Wilds. FIFTEENTH ROW: Elaine Lee, Linda Rudisill, Lois Davidson. ■ r WJf ' n ■ m Vr vpjr V»-i ill - - fPfl wm A JUNIOR Y-TEENS As members of the Junior Y-Teens, we are preparing ourselves for advancement in so¬ cial and community affairs. Our Junior Y-Teen aims are as follows: to grow as a person,- to grow in friendship with people of other races, religions, nationalities,- and to grow in knowledge and love of God. Some of the projects for the year are collecting money for Veterans of Foreign Wars, planting flowers for the improvement of the appearance of our town, sellino candy for the Y.W.C.A., and sending money for relief overseas. Officers of the Junior Y-Teens are as follows: Susan Vaughan, President; Pam Robinson, Vice-President; Cookie Agner, Treasurer,- Barbara Holland, Corresponding Secretary; Ryan Burke, Recording Secretary,- Nancy Archer, Program Chairman. FIRST ROW: Wayne Hall, Ken Etter, George Robinson, Joe Browder, Charles Bailey. SECOND ROW: Tommy Richardson, James Brown, Har¬ old Cogdill, Glenn Spangler, Billy Lee. THIRD ROW: Bob Saul, George Bower, Dicky Neal, Jerry Michael. FOURTH ROW: Larry Caligan, Bobby Fry, Jimmie Birch, Sidney Crosswhite, Jack C. Crosswhite. FIFTH ROW: Rich¬ ard Spangler, David Herrin, Robert Snyder, Ronnie Whitesell, David Myers. SIXTH ROW: Marshall Dowdy, Don McCown. pL . Iw m J Itk m ( . .v. fr. . t ■ % 1 ’ ■ kl M i MONOGRAM The Monogram Club officers are as follows: Kenneth Etter, Treasurer; Joe Browder, Vice-President; George Robinson, President; Wayne Hall, Secretary. The Monogram Club tries to create a better understa various athletic teams, to improve relations of athl mote better sportsmanship in and out of school, the Homecoming Court and electing the queen. Co-editors Susan Rikard and Marcia Robinson pass judge¬ ment on an article for the paper. Disc jockey Dick Moran helps Sha Bradley, Lloyd Shockley, Mike Spessard, Susan Rikard, and Martha Bowles through the difficulties of sending the " Wolverine Turntable " out over the radio waves to many enthusiastic listeners. The news staff, John Rutherford, Stephen Kennamer, Connie Vecellio, Sharon Eller, News Editor; Allison Watts, and Emily Wright, decides who is to write what article. Circulation staff Kay McDonald, Nancy St. Clair, Circulation Manager; Nancy Garrett, Leigh Wiley, Sallie Tate, Mi¬ chael Moulse, and Claire Roberts de¬ lightedly distribute their product. Mrs. Mildred Chapman, Sponsor, and Rosalind McFarland, As¬ sistant Editor, go over Bobby Ferguson ' s latest photographic work. NEWSPAPER STAFF We, the Andrew Lewis students, are proud of our news¬ paper, the " A. L. Spokesman. " ,, Our paper is now four years old and recruits its large staff from all high school classes. News from the seventh and eighth grades is accumulated from room representatives. The " Spokes¬ man " is published twelve times a school year, including special Christmas and Senior issues. We feature school news and interesting tidbits to keep the reader well informed. The sports staFf, George Lenaeus, Jerry Neighbors, Joe Bounds, Lois Nutter, John Hall, Sports Editor; Marty Hash, and Tommy King, pose in their domain. Feature Editor Carolyn Galbraith assigns projects to her staff. Clockwise are Sherry Banner, Rosie Lonitz, Hunter Highfill, Betty McCurdy, Albert Taylor, Virginia Harvey, Diane Wickham, Sandra Sayers, Sally Rikard, and Kerry Sipe. Chairman Sha Bradley contacts a prospect as the members of the advertising staff, Kathy Jones, Al Knighton, Karen Bowles, Cynthia Dean, Butch Morris, Ann Minarik, and Myra Boone, look on. A: jmSwt mg r pM is? m i l ■ ; mm. W " w ■ v 1 JR mmr f - 1 s ■ - - - -ffF TT, 1 ' ' i ; « m i W r ,. % ST % m. ' W t,,.... i i ft ■ 4 . m j gj f { Mb 1 • k. - gpu f t !§P jB it ft 1 1 flm ' |v .. |||? ■ % i ■ -at t f ■ 1 1 1 Bp Si V ' — S W b w m jffk Ki Jcra J Hk A Upper grade Pep Club members are as follows: FIRST ROW: Sha Bradley, Phyllis Gilley, Candy Minton, Susan Spickard, Donna Brugh, Rita Leonhardt, Carolyn Elmore, Mona Thornhill, Suckie Garst, Sallie Tate, Kay McDonald, Venona Musser. SECOND ROW: Susie Hardison, Susan Chapman, Connie Vecellio, Rosi Lonitz, Judy Lane, Joyce Smith, Leah McReynolds, Betty Branum, Donna Wheeling, Janet Brugh. THIRD ROW: Kay Matthews, Nancy Garrett, Sandra Sayers, Ellen Bowers, Emily Wright, Carolyn Lilly, Claire Rob¬ erts, Cynthia Dean, Karen Bowles, Pam Sexton, Marguerite Bryan, Sue Dawson. FOURTH ROW: Pat Cobb, Louise Cumbie, Sherry Banner, Carol Jean Jones, Cecilia Ferguson, Margaret Tyler, Judy Hill, Diane Wickham, Lester McCurdy, Diane Garrison, Pat Matthews. Pep Club members are dedicated to improving school spirit and sports¬ manship among the students; we support all athletic activities at Andrew Lewis. Our most important project is the sponsoring of the homecoming pa¬ rade. We are also responsible for the decoration of the goal posts be¬ fore each home game. To be eligible to become a cheerleader, one must be a member of the Pep Club. Venona Musser assists Billy Combs in decorating the goal posts before one of our football games. 110 Pep Club officers are as follows: Susan Chapman, Roll Call Chairman; Janet Brugh, Treasurer; Venona Musser, President; Ellen Bowers, Vice- President; Kay Matthews, Secretary; Connie Vecellio, Reporter. PEP CLUB ■ . The members of the Pep Club are as follows: FIRST ROW: Cynthia Witt, Susan Vaughan, Sara Jo Dennis, Kitty Walters, Ryan Burke, Diane Yates. SECOND ROW: Pat Craft, Madeline Gearheart, Elaine Lee, Susan Fry, Martha Jolly, Linda Johnson, Linda Bricky, Betty Davis, Margaret Turner, Imogene Jones, Janice Green, Peggy Honaker. THIRD ROW: Sharon Davis, Cathy Hall, Susan Agner, Helen Agner, Jean Gough, Ann Mina- rik, Nancy Wells, Ann White, Gayle Volpe, Judy Jones, Pam Robinson, Sue Parker, Paula Lada, Jeannie Hodges. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Hash, Dawn Nester, FIFTH ROW: Helen Arthur, Linda Moses, Camille Thomas, Judy Foley, Shirley Harrison, Katheryn Hull, Betty Spence, Sandy Clem, Linda Gochenour, Nancy Mullins, Sara Moran, Tommy Richardson. PHY-CHEM The Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club, uniting all students in- Science Club sold programs at a football game, entered terested in pursuing scientific careers, carries out pro- a float in the Homecoming Parade, and sponsored a grams with the Virginia Junior Academy of Science and hop. We encourage participation in all science fairs the Science Clubs of America. While we sometimes go and assist the sponsors during the Roanoke County Sci¬ on field trips, the regular meetings of the club feature ence Fair, speakers and films. During the fall, the Bi-Phy-Chem ' Bi-Phy-Chem members are as follows: FIRST ROW: Randy Clarke, Richard Gunter, Sherry Banner, Roz McFarland, John Parker, Ben¬ nie Hall. SECOND ROW: Peggy Eunson, Barbara Preas, Pat Ka- geals, Debby Nester, Carolyn Mohler, Dickie Garst, Jimmy Butler. THIRD ROW: Don McCown, Loy N. Belcher, Gary Bowen, Jimmy CLUBS Bolling, Roger Cox, John Furrow, Stephen Boaz, Tommy Beaman. FOURTH ROW: Virginia Clark, Susan Coates, Moffett Brock, David Rardin, Michael Brickey, Tommy Farewell, Ben Chapman, Kerry Sipe. FIFTH ROW: Mr. David L. Nickerson, Miss Frances L. Hurt, Sponsors. Members of the choir are as follows: FIRST ROW: Leigh Wiley, Kathryn Gray, Carol Blount, Betty McCurdy, Carolyn Galbraith, Judy Herrin, Sally Rikard, Shirley Dulaney, Betsy Stokes, Brenda Collins, Sandra Morris, Judy Griffith, Dianne Edwards, Susan Rikard, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Freda Crosswhite, Brenda Kay Deyerle, Secretary; Dee Stinnette, Betty Hannah, Sylvia Witt, Linda Hodges, Sandra Tyree, Jean Fincher, Jane Nash, Sharon Eller, Martha Bowles, Allison Watts, Doris Gearhart, Ann DeHart, Elaine Ager. THIRD ROW: J ames Gacek, Tom McClure, Jimmy Breedlove, Loy Belcher, Robin Grant, Norman Moore, Jerry Yonug, John Rutherford, James Slay, Billy Combs, Vice-President; Richard Dixon, Roger Cox. FOURTH ROW: John Furrow, Bobby Emory, Lynn Eades, Ronald Coleman, Joe Bounds, President; Wayne Roberts, Tommy Miller, Sammy Garst, Marty Hash, John Morrison, Bill Slater, John Hall, Lloyd Shockley, Wayne McGuire. A CAPPELLA CHOIR The members of the Andrew Lewis A Cappella Choir find a deep satisfaction in the singing of great choral literature and increase their appreciation of this field of music through studying it. Each year we give numerous concerts in churches and schools and are happy to share our appreciation with our listeners. Our group consists of fifty-seven members which are selected by audition from the student body. 113 Members of the Christian Youth Association are as follows: FIRST ROW: Ronald Coleman, Betty Sample, Carol Taylor, Beverly Miller, Judy Reese, Mrs. Sue Banner, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Lynn Waynick, Becky Carroll, Helen McGhee, Linda Rakes, Beverly Reich, Linda Gray, Carolyn Johnson, Dawn Nester, Pamela McFalls, Carol Musselman, Ellen Dunford, Sylvia Witt, Cynthia Witt. THIRD ROW: Judy Thomas, Vivian Roupe, Joyce Miller, Dianne Peters, Sue Bones, Karen Crady, Barbara Gearheart, Becky Green, Katherine Tarpley, Ellen Timberlake, Cheryl Surendonk, Roger Cox. FOURTH ROW: David Waltz, Bennie Hall, James Crouse, Owen J. Collins, Michael Moulse, Euel Stump, Jimmy Bolling, Clark Cregger, Byron Miller, Eddie Wallace. FIFTH ROW: Paul Graham, Robert Pruitt, Judy Aldhizer, Kathryne Husted, Brenda Combs, Barbara Ridpath, Joyce Spangler, Shirley Grant, Enola Graham, Sara Jo Dennis, Linda Moses, Raymond Kirby. SIXTH ROW: John Furrow, Steve Cromer, Nardie Nelson, Johnny Roberts, Kyle Stevens, Herbert Patrick, M-ichael Pardue, Mike Harris, Rusty Slay, Billy Combs, Bill Slater. SEVENTH ROW: Lynwood Sweeney, Nancy Martin, Stephen Haw¬ kins, Donald Haynes, Steve Brown, Chuck Rakes, Tommy Taylor, Sharon Cregger. CHRISTIAN YOUTH ASSOCIATION “STUDY TO SHOW THYSELF APPROVED UNTO GOD, A WORKMAN THAT NEED- ETH NOT TO BE ASHAMED, RIGHTLY DIVIDING THE WORD OF TRUTH.” Second Timothy 2: 15 114 ! Betty Sample, a member of the C.Y.A., is turning on the inter¬ com to bring the morning devotions to the school. C.Y.A. officers are as follows: SEATED: Carol Taylor, President; Ronald Coleman, Vice- President. STANDING: Judy Reese, Treas¬ urer; Betty Sample, Secretary; Beverly Mil¬ ler, Song Leader. SfeveFurrow says grace in the cafeteria at lunchtime. The members of the F.H.A. are as follows: FIRST ROW: Linda Williams, Emily Dixon, Connie Waggy, Carol German, Nancy K. Haigler, Christina Donnelly. SECOND ROW: Pat Kageals, Marcia Mounts, Ruth Perdue, Pat Wolford, Lynda Parris, Joyce Dean, Doris Gearhart, Frances Humphreys, Dolly Yopp. THIRD ROW: Sandra Gibson, Elaine Ager, Vetta Waggy, Norma Barnett, Carolyn Nowlin, Barbara Brown, Joyce Rakes. Having a picnic are F.H.A. officers Carolyn Mohler, First Vice- President; Anita Webb, Second Vice-President; Rose Dudley, Treasurer, Elaine Ager, Board of Directors. Standing are Joyce Messinger, Song Leader; Shirley Vaughn, Reporter; Debby Nester, President; Cecilia Ferguson, Parliamentarian. Members of the F.H.A. carry favors to the Mercy House; second from left is Jean White, Recording Secretary. Officers not pictured are as follows: Linda Hodges, His¬ torian: Phyllis Johnston, Corresponding Secretary; Betty Martin, Board of Directors. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization whose purpose is to train girls to live better today in order that their lives may be better tomorrow. Our chapter has had as its goal this year " to promote good will by becoming acquainted with our neighbors at home and abroad. " Our activities include adopting a child, taking a trip to the Mercy House, presenting fashion shows, learning to model, sponsoring a dance and a hop, having a barbecue and a picnic, and attending federation meetings and state and national conventions. These home economics students learn about home planning and furnishing from this model home. The members of the F.H.A. are as follows: FIRST ROW: Ellen Dunford, Cecilia Ferguson, Jean Blankenbeckler, Suzanne Brown, Betty Johnston, Geraldine Conner, Sue Akers. SECOND ROW: Kathy Jones, Delores Martin, Sandra Gibson, Judy Aldhizer, Janet Terry. THIRD ROW: Linda Gray, Sharon Cregger, Mary Brumfield, Judy Lane, Sandra Altice, Mrs. E. Blake, Sponsor. Members of the Projection Club are as follows: FIRST ROW: Robert Hendricks, Dan Crouse, Alfred Williams, Virginia Crockett, Ken Wieringo. SECOND ROW: Stephen Hawkins, Jimmy Phillips, Danny Witt, Ralph Bosen, Vice-President; Robin Grant, President; Sally Rikard, Secretary-Treasurer; Pat Brunk. THIRD ROW: Jerry Lineberry, Wayne LaMay, Ralph Brubaker, James Reynolds. FOURTH ROW: Kenny Sutphin, James Finney, J. W. Roupe. FIFTH ROW: Don McCown, Darrell Bower, Billy Hill, Roy Ayers. PROJECTION CLUB Some of the equipment used by the club is examined by Sally Rikard, Ralph Bosen, and Robin Grant. One of the duties of the club is to set up the sound system for school assemblies. 1 ; 81 Jf ' ' I vi fb ■ r ? 1 ■ J8 00 - m OvVfliT tM VHc Members of the Radio Club are as follows: FIRST ROW: Steve Marshall, George F. Givens, Charles Mussel- man, Dan Robertson. SECOND ROW: Jim Phillips, Benny Garst, George Slusher, Bennie Hall. STANDING: Ken Wieringo, Mr. Crawford, Sponsor; Russ Dickerson, Roy Kinsey, Kerry Sipe, Jimmy Clark, John Parker, Barry May, Paul Sheperd. RADIO CLUB The Andrew Lewis Radio Club stimulates interest in amateur radio. We acquire technical knowledge and are able to assist in emergencies and help with Civil Defense. Our new members study the Morse code and radio theory and are encouraged to get their licenses. President John Parker, Vice-President Paul Shepherd, and Secretary- Treasurer Barry May examine some of the club ' s equipment. John Parker instructs several club members in the technicalities of decoding. The purpose of the Vocational Office Training Program is to train students for occupa¬ tional competence. It is often spoken of as a part-time co-operative work program be¬ cause business men co-operate with the school in training students for office jobs. We receive pay while working in business offices. All of us are Seniors majoring in business. We attend classes at school in the morning, and work in a business office on a part- time basis in the afternoon. Miss Mary H. Goodwin, our teacher, helps us fnd work and observes our progress, which she discusses with our employers. As a result of this program, we graduate from high school better prepared to take our places in the business world. VOCATIONAL OFFICE TRAINING The members of the V.O.T. are as follows: FIRST ROW: Donna Byrd, Barbara Byrd, Alp ha Garman, Sarah Garman, Joyce Halsey, Carol Taylor, Judy Thomas, Betty Sample. SECOND ROW: Miss Mary H. Goodwin, Teacher-Co-ordinator; Nancy Obenchain, Carolyn Francisco, Mary Frances Pratt, Brenda Poff, Betty Martin, Karen Scott, Linda Cannaday, Vivian Bond. THIRD ROW: Judy Willey, Carolyn Caldwell, Janice Gunter, Geraldine Conner, Jean White, Phyllis Johnston, Pat Looney, Shirley Vaughn. FOURTH ROW: Richard Cecil, Patty Hall, Brenda Nichols, Mackie Collins, Joyce Webb, Penny Moore, Linda Agee, Carolee Thomas. Future Farmers of America are as follows: FIRST ROW: Paul Webb, Sentinel; Douglas Barton, Secretary; Wayne Keffer, Vice-President; Ray Bayse, President; Lloyd Bowman, Treasurer; Barry Crawford, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Richard Saunders, Jesse Rutledge, Day Moses, Jerry Aliff, Gene Adkins, David Hughes, Rich¬ ard Dixon, Andy Marsinko, Jimmy Dickerson, John Blankenship. THIRD ROW: W. M. Scott, Advisor; Wayne Gorman, Ralph Brubaker, Donald Fulcher, Tommy Wright, Jimmy Harrell, Mark Wimmer, Jimmie Tickle, Bu¬ ford Hanson, Fred Clest, Darrell Bower. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The purposes of the Future Farmers of America are best expressed by our motto: Learn¬ ing to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve. Some of our activities during the past year have been the sending of delegates to State and National Conventions and participating in the Federation crop, shop, dairy, and public speaking contests. We attended the FFA-FHA camp at Smithfield and held a Parent-Son Banquet. A member of our chapter won the Area Soil and Water Management Award and the Farm Electri¬ fication Award Irfll ■Wiiiiiiiir • ' : ! ' — 121 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The objectives of the Future Teachers of America are to create and to further an under¬ standing of the problems and opportunities of teaching. Members observe classes in the Annex during free periods, or visit elementary schools in this area. In emergencies, members are asked to serve as teachers. Our activities include giving a yearly picnic, entering a float in the homecoming parade, participating in the District P Convention, and attending a tea for the recruitment of teachers. Callie Reid, a member of the F.T.A., observes Moss Webber ' s re¬ medial reading class. The members of the Future Teachers of America are as follows: FIRST ROW: Pam Kelly, Pat Thompson, Martha Firebaugh, Callie Reid, Barbara Preas, President; Emily Turner, Secretary; Virginia Harvey, Linda Rakes, Mary Hinson. BACK ROW: Mr. Richards, Sponsor; Gwen Garner, Vice-President; Mr. Thompson, Sponsor; Mary Ann Douthat, Fran Kageals, Virginia Crockett, Dianne Peters. 1 - 7 } 1 l; mmM Jt ) f i • 4 hHH r.i M K. Jf W. B H r 41 I II I HkHT ' - 4 •1 It? y : S; 4 v . ' Bp fc) Jf 1 Ite- , T p|l A The Future Business Leaders of America are as follows: FIRST ROW: Jackie Hudson, Ruth Wade, Betty Sample, Pat Looney, Betty Jo Quick, Brenda Nichols, Barbara Byrd. SECOND ROW: Janet Gardella, Marcia Mounts, Brenda Poff, Miss Proffitt, Sponsor, Alpha Garman, Carolyn Francisco, Carolyn Caldwell, Julie Wright. THIRD ROW: Eudora Judd, Mary Potts, Jean White, Linda Cannaday, Nancy Obenchain, Donna Byrd, Judy Cunning¬ ham. FOURTH ROW: Mary Brumfield, Ann Gearheart, Joyce Shorter, Bonnie Moore, Drucilla Edwards, Bonnie Mullins, Joan Herron. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA The members of the Future Business Leaders of America strive to improve the community, to have a greater fellowship in the home and in society, and to become better business leaders of tomorrow. This year we assisted a local organization in selling cake-mix for the benefit of underpriviledged people, and we toured the IBM Department of Appalach¬ ian Power Company to learn more about business machines. We are proud of our members who took part in the various contests at the Radford Re¬ gional Meeting this year. We tied for first place in the spelling contest and won first place in the Parliamentary Procedure contest. Janet Gardella was elected President of the Radford Region for 1960-1961. F.B.L.A. officers are as follows: SEATED: Jackie Hudson, President; Ruth Wade, Vice-President; Pat Looney, Corresponding Secretary. STAND¬ ING: Glenda Harris, Historian; Betty Jo Quick, Treasurer; Brenda Nichols, Reporter; Barbara Byrd, Parliamentarian. Not pictured is Betty Sample, Recording Secretary. ■ W A Band members are as follows-. FIRST ROW: Tommy Farewell, Henry Platter, Julia Graves, Len Wood, Gary Bowen, Brenda Graham, Louetta Smith, Peggy Eunson, ' Betty Wright, Charles McLaurin, Judy Cunningham, Bobbie Johnston, Drema Burford, Andrea Clinevell, Connie Graham, Linda Watson. SECOND ROW: Alice Black, Anna Lee Ferguson, David Waltz, Gordon Graybeal, Randy Rhodes, Michael Douglas, Byron Miller, Beverly Miller, Tom Doughty, Greg St. Clair, Becky Cromer, Tanya Tuttle, Gordon Hancock, Mike Williams, Michael Perdue, Joyce Grubb, Carol Newman, Doris Byer, Frankie Mitchell, Banny Davidson, Jean Reynolds, Drill Team members are as follows: FIRST ROW: Jeanne Morris, Color Guard; Drucilla Edwards, Lois Nutter, Bonnie Mullins, Patty Mae Martin, Emily Dixon, Elaine Smith, Donna Byrd, Diane Windel, Barbara Jefferies, Color Guard. SECOND ROW: Joan Herron, Wanda Price, Barbara Ann Barr, Dotty Smiley, Anne Hall, Judy Lane, Debbie Wright, Norma Lundy. THIRD ROW: Alma Watkins, Wanda Lou Sisson, Nancy St. Clair, Patti Whitby, Bonnie Moore, Mary Marsinko, Connie Harsh- barger. FOURTH ROW: Diane Gusler, Charlotte Wade, Suanne Williams, Betty Jo Quick, Sara Adkins, Gloria Wimmer, Barbara Preas. J® 11 ' cs ' ; pi r I Me — M hr gpp rW.m d « JUHlfWk ...w M. ) -a I . mi ■k. vW, m ‘ -s t| iy ■ i«y T, ft i JIPl Aft Jr ] 1 V 1 Sammy Weddle, Donna Waggy. THIRD ROW: Benny Garst, Wayne Marshall, Ralph Smithson, Pat Brunk, Ferman Wertz, Jerry Lineberry, Ann Dalby, Ellen Dunford, Steve Brown, J. P. Shorter, Clem Cecil, Euel Stump, Sandy Honaker, Sandra Hollandsworth, Sandy Palmer, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Larry Sink, David Jones, Jackie Hudson, Richard Douglas, Glenn Nalls, Steve Marshall, George F. Givens, Don Wood, Betty Jo Wright, Jerry Lee, Carl Nalls. t ■ BAND The Wolverine band, under the direction of Robert M. Barnette, has performed at foot¬ ball games and many civic parades. Prominent among our activities this year are Parents ' Day at Washington and Lee, Homecoming at Roanoke College, and Mass Bands at Charlottesville. Officers of the band are: Carl Nalls, Captain,- Benny Garst, Lieutenant; Tom Farewell, Sergeant; Beverly Miller, Librarian; Euel Stump, Drum Major; and Alice Black, Head Majorette. ' Practice makes perfect, " says Mr. Barnette to his band students. MAJORETTES I Tanya Tuttle Alice Black,Head Majorette Jackie Hudson Becky Cromer Anna Ferguson Euel Stump, Drum Major Jeannie Reynolds Distributive Education participants are as fol¬ lows: William F. Bolton, Sponsor; Edwina Brown, Jimmy Pannell, James Reynolds, Judith Con¬ nell, Wanda Grant, Secretary; Corky Mayhew, President; Tommy Robertson, Vice- President; Anne Dressier, Treasurer; Donna Calhoun, Reporter; Sarah Cromer, Parliamentarian; Ralph Bo- sen. SECOND ROW: Josephine Jacobs, Pat Jennings, Martha Bayse, Helen Blevins, Ramona San Juan, Roger Manning, Freddie Crockett, Danny Duffy, Glenn Spradlin, Harold Cogdill, Ronnie Clinevell, Pat Powers. THIRD ROW: Richard Hartless, Kenny Bowen, Paul Jenkins, Maurice Early, Jimmy Garber, Carl Dunman, David Wilson, Steve Dean, Roy Lester, Richard McCulley, Richard White. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth S. Moses, Larry Conner, Clinton Francisco, Sonny Patterson, Wayne Simmons, Mary Lou Jamison, Susan Bryan, Sallie Le¬ mon, Alfred Williams. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The purpose of the Distributive Education Training Program is to train students in the field of retail and wholesale selling. Mr. Bolton, our teacher and co-ordinator of the program, finds jobs for us suited to our individual abilities and experience. We attend classes each morning and work at our jobs in the afternoon. We are graded upon our job performance, our regular job training class work, and our performance in Distributive Education Club activities. 127 Sports Club members are as follows: FIRST ROW: Miss Painter, Sponsor; Wanda Thacker, Mary Brumfield, Ellen Dunford, Susan Nichols, Judy Huffman, Bess Cumbie, Joyce Short, Sheila Hyatt, Linda Harth, Brenda Spangler, Sharon Bethel, Miss Taylor, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Barbara Richardson, Linda Agee, Suzanne Brown, Lynda Parris. Lois Nutter, Bonnie Moore, Ellen Painter, Pat Morris, Stndra Surface, Judy Crockett, Carolyn Mills, Dee Stinnette. THIRD ROW: Kathy Jones, Phyllis Stewart, Brenda Conner, Joyce Martin, Betty Jo Quick, Pat Peverell, Barbara Jefferies, Ann Dalby, Nancy Mullins, Barbara Edwards. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Ridpath, Christina Rose Donnelly, Judy Lemon, Susan Barton, Betty Lee, Marian Connell, Joyce Powell, Lucy Reavis, Betty Brubeck. SPORTS CLUB The Sports Club promotes ideals of sportsmanship and provides a program of after¬ school athletic activities through which its members receive points which lead to awards. Our sponsorship for 1960-61 included the Homecoming Hop with the election of king and prince, the City-County Track Meet Hop, and the Christmas party for underpriviledged children. Sports Club officers are Penny Moore, President; Lois Nut¬ ter, Vice-President; Delinda Stinette, Secretary; Ellen Pain¬ ter, Recorder of Points; Wanda Price, Treasurer; Betty Jo Quick, Sergeant of Arms; Pat Perverall, Publicity Chair¬ man. { ■ OUR CALENDAR HAS ITS RED LETTER DAYS MARKING IMPORTANT ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL EVENTS. SOME ARE TRADITIONAL; SOME ARE NEW. ALL OFFER INTERESTING OUTLETS FOR MANY OF OUR STUDENTS AND ARE EAGERLY AN¬ TICIPATED AND ENJOYED. 130 FEATURES 131 Seniors work diligently on the talent show. SENIOR TALENT SHOW Marcia Robinson and Lloyd Shockley enter¬ tain the guests at the Senior Christmas party with a witty mono¬ logue. Jackie Hudson skillfully twirls her baton to the tune of " Winter Won¬ derland. " Elroy Fisher, accom¬ panied by Kenny Sutp- hin and Paul Jenkins, plays " Sleep Walk " on his " twangy " guitar. The " Three Singing Tramps, " Pam Kelly, Martha Firebaugh, and Pat Thompson present their version of " Side by Side " in the Senior Talent Show. William Haaker, conductor of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, presents a program of classical music to the student body. CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES The Y-Teens prepare to sing Christmas carols in the hall. Holly Court members are as follows: FIRST ROW: Janet Gardella, Shari Sponsler, Betty McCurdy, Jackie Hud¬ son. SECOND ROW: Carol Blount, Susan Spickard, Venona Musser, Carolyn Elmore. HOLLY QUEEN, MISS MONA THORNHILL Kenny Etter prepares to throw arch rival Jeffer¬ son into the bonfire. The student body shouts for victory before the Graham game. PEP ACTIVITIES The queen is escorted at the presentation by Bobby Fry. SANDLOT QUEEN r MISS CAROLYN ELMORE f Worthy of special mention is the Sandlot Benefit Game with Blacksburg. The proceeds from this game went to purchase equipment for the local sandlot football teams. The highlight of the evening was the recognition of the queen, Carolyn Elmore, who was elected by the Senior Class, and her princesses, who were elected from elementary schools in the area. 134 Rhett Runtly, Steve Kennamer, and Rave Dinkly, Lloyd Shockley, discuss the political problems of the third party ' s convention. The women of the United Mothers of Draft Dodgers, Karen Bowles, Mary Collins, and Sally Rikard, discuss an appropriate flower arrange¬ ment for the convention. " I am from Arizona! " says camera¬ man Billy Metzler. THE PERFECT CANDIDATE The drama department ' s fall production, " The Perfect Candidate, " an original play by Miss Thomason, pictures the problems of a third party ' s political convention. Newscaster Tommy King covers all aspects of the convention. 135 C.E., John Bryant, offers to help Tam Halifax, Benny Austin, with the television camera. The Junior Class put much work on the large football that is " kicking out Glass. " %.. mm mT First prize was won by the Beta Club with this float showing A.L. players pushing a Glass player into their new invention, a glass crusher. The Bi-Phy-Chem Club takes second prize with this unusual float depicting E. C. Glass being eaten by a Salem native. Members of the Future Teachers of America ride on their float in the Homecoming Parade. Are you learning much, girls? 136 i k i . THIRD ROW: Sarah Garst, Mona Thornhill, Maid n Elmore, Venona Musser. The lovely ladies of the Homecoming Court are as follows: FIRST ROW: Jeanne Morris, Shari Sponsler, Martha Bowles, Carol Blount. SECOND ROW: Donna Brugh, Betty McCurdy, Shaj ri Eller, Susan QUEEN OF HOMECOMING MISS SUSAN SPICKARD The majorettes lead the Homecoming Parade through town During intermission, the couples participate in a grand march, led by Mr. Eddie Barnett The harvest moon glimmers in the background as couples wait for the music to start again. HARVEST MOON DANCE Everyone enjoys dancing to the music furnished by Jerry Joynes. Bobby Ferguson and Janet Brugh enter the dance with smiles of anticipation. ■ The theme is carried out by the traditional turkey, pumpkin, and cornstalks. 138 Couples swirl softly to the music of the Divots. ■•■ 3 1 A ' -Mo 1 Pam Kelly, President of the Senior Y-teens, and her escort, Joe Bounds, lead the figure. The annual Sweetheart Dance sponsored by the Senior Y-Teens was held February 11 and had as its theme “The Rose Room. " Red roses on each table, together with other rose-colored decorations, carried out the theme. During intermission the Y-Teen officers and cabinet were presented in a formal figure. In attendance were sponsors Miss Ann Jenkins and Mrs. June Brown. Music was furnished by the Divots. SWEETHEART DANCE The members of the figure dance to " My Funny Valentine. " Gwen Garner and her escort, Ben Zirkle, pause before taking their place in the Sweetheart Figure. 139 % MAID OF HONOR Miss Carolyn Elmore Chaos follows Miss Cook ' s announcement that Mona has been elected queen. 140 Rita Leonhardt Karen Bowles COURT Sandra Sayers Susan Spickard Sha Bradley Betty McCurdy Shari Sponsle r Venona Musser 141 Martha Bowles arol jlount ACHIEVEMENTS Leaders of the year are as follows: Bobby Fry, Senior Class President; Mona Thorn¬ hill, Student Council President; Judy Wat¬ kins, State Junior Classical League Treas¬ urer; Janet Gardella, State Future Business Leaders of America Vice-President: Susan Spickard, State Beta Club Secretary; Mickey Furr, Beta Club President. All-State Band members Tommy Farewell, Benny Garst, Carl Nalls, and Beverly Miller admire one of the Wolverine band ' s trophies. 142 OF 1960-61 Achievers in scholarship and citizenship are as follows: SEATED: David Moran, Boys ' State; Carolyn Elmore, Girls ' State; Carolyn Galbraith, Bland Memorial Scholarship, local competition; Sharon Eller, Bland Memorial Scholarship, local competi¬ tion; Martha Bowles, school representative in Virginia Junior Miss Contest. STAND¬ ING: Wayne Keffer, delegate to National Future Farmers of America Convention; Donnie Wiseley, Boys ' State; Richard Gun¬ ter, Boys ' State, National Merit Finalist; Steve Fox, National Merit Finalist; Wayne Pillow, Boys ' State; Ritchie Davis, Boys ' State. t 4 if jj Mr. Simmers directs the follow¬ ing members of All State Choir: FIRST ROW: James Breedlove, Jane Nash, Carol Blount, Sharon Eller, Robin Grant. SECOND ROW: Tommy Mc¬ Clure, Tommy Miller, Joe Bounds, Billy Combs. j 143 I Hr : :r;-. .. DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, WE RECEIVE THE SUPPORT OF MANY PEOPLE, OR¬ GANIZATIONS, AND BUSINESS FIRMS. TO OUR ADVERTISERS WE EXTEND OUR THANKS FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE ACTIVITIES AT ANDREW LEWIS. , ,1 144 Acme Printers, Inc. Andrew Lewis Tavern . Appalachian Power Co.. Beach Service Center . Bemiss Equipment Co. Blue Jay Restaurant . Blue Ridge Building Supply . Brooks Byrd Pharmacy . Brown Hardware Co. Builders Mart .. Candlelite Club . Charles Beauty Salon . Chelf ' s Dari-Delite .. Chesapeake Potomac Telephone Co. Coach House Lakeland Drive-In College Grill . . . Colonial Beauty Shop . Concrete Ready Mixed Corp. Dame Roofing Co. Dandy ' s Drive-Inn . Delong ' s Boys ' and Students ' Shop Drill Carrier Corp. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Dulany Frosted Foods . Edgewood Barber Shop . Fink ' s Jewelers . First Federal Savings Loan Association Furniture Mart . Garst Brothers Dairy, Inc. Gearhart Shoe Repair . General Electric Corp. Gentry Photographers . Goodwin-Williams Chevrolet Co. Green Market . Hart Motor Co., Inc. Henebry ' s Jewelers, Inc. Hitch, George T. Jeffreys, George A. Jennings-Shepherd Company . Jim Peter ' s Texaco Station . AD INDEX 178 Mechanical Development Co., Inc. 159 160 Michael ' s Bakery . ]6] 164 Miller Tire Service . 152 149 164 Nash Euclid . 149 150 150 Oak-Hall Cap Gown . 158 153 Oakey Sons, John M. 159 149 Old Virginia Brick Co. 177 162 Ortho-Vent . 152 150 149 150 168 148 178 158 157 153 177 163 151 172 158 153 146 153 149 147 150 162 174 155 149 165 178 151 148 169 151 Peacock-Salem Launders Cleaners . 154 Peters Creek Pharmacy . 147 Piedmont Stores . 160 Powell ' s Pharmacy . 156 Reese Radio T. V. Service . 178 Roanoke Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. 171 Roanoke College . 156 Roanoke Woodworking Corp. 173 Rowe Furniture Co. 175 Salem Creamery Co., Inc. 176 Salem Farm Supply . 150 Salem Fast Service . 177 Salem Hosiery Co. 146 Salem Office Supply. 157 Salem Oil Company . 157 Salem Theater . 150 Sam ' s . 150 Shenandoah Life Insurance Co. . 155 Shenandoah Tool Supply Co. 165 Sidney ' s . 153 Skate-a-Drome . 178 Skyline Cleaners Shirt Laundry . 151 Sonny Spigel ' s Apparel . 147 Smith Gravely . 178 Stewart Auto Sales . 163 Tarpley ' s Inc. . 177 Times-World Corp. 165 Technical Reproduction Supply Corp. 150 Triangle Texaco Service Station . 158 Twenty-fourth Street Service Center . 177 Ken Platt . 153 Kingoff ' s . 178 Lakeside Amusement Park . 167 Lee Hartman Sons — Sound Equipment . 177 Lendy ' s Drive-In . 158 Lewis Young Fashions . 148 Littrell ' s Barber Beauty Shop . 146 Lynchburg College . 161 Manning Grocery . 150 Mareta ' s . 156 McAvoy Music House . 177 United States Plywood Corp. 154 Valleydale Packers, Inc. 173 Virginia Foods . 151 Wallace O. Deyerle . 177 WDBJ T. V. 159 Western Auto . 164 Whitfield Boat Co. 150 Williams Window Co. . 152 Wood, H. M., Plumbing and Heating . 149 Yale Towne Manufacturing Co. 170 Yoda ' s Big Boy . 147 145 SENIOR DIRECTORY Sara Jane Adkins — Drill Team 4,5; Junior Y-Teens 1,2; Senior Y-Teens 3,5; Pep Club 2,3; C.Y.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 2,3; Annual Staff 4. Linda Jean Agee — Girls ' Volleyball Team 4; C.Y.A. 1,2; Sports Club 1,2,3,4,5; Junior Y-Teens 1; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Guidance Staff 5. Kathleen Elaine Ager — Homeroom President 4; Choir 3,4,5; F.H.A. 2; Vice President 3; Board of Directors 4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Senior Y-Teens 3,4. William Carson Agnor — Homeroom Treasurer 4 ; Homeroom President 5. Elizabeth Leigh Albert — Homeroom Vice President 2,3; Home¬ room Secretary 4; Homeroom Treasurer 5; C.Y.A. 1; Sports Club 1,2; A. L. Letter and Star,- Latin Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; F.T.A. 5. Margaret Carolyn Anderson — F.H.A. 4,5; F.B.L.A. 4,5. Phyllis June Anderson — Library Staff 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; C.Y.A. 1,2; Latin Club 2. Norma Jane Arnold — F.B.L.A. 3; C.Y.A. 4; F.H.A. 3,4,5; Senior Y-Teens 4. Benny Virginia Austin — Roanoke County Science Fair 2,3; Sec¬ ond Place 2; Junior Y-Teens 2; Senior Y-Teens 3; F.H.A. 5; 4-H Club 1. Norma June Barnett — F.H.A. 4,5; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Photogra¬ pher 4,5. Martha Josephine Bayse — Girls ' Chorus 2,3 Sports Club a, C.Y.A. 1,2,3,4 ; 4-H 1,2,3,4,5 ; Annual Stpff 4,5; Bi-PhyyChem Science Club 4; Latin Club 3; D.E. ClubJJi .H.A. 5. LITTRELL’S BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP MODERN — SANITARY 207 E. Main Street Salem, Va. “FIVE CHAIRS AND NO WAITING” Call DU 9-7401 for Appointment FINK’S JEWELERS Roanoke Salem DIAMONDS WATCHES A. L. SCHOOL RINGS DU 9-7572 146 Ray McKinley Bayse — Roanoke County Science Fair, Second Place 1; F.F.A. 2,3,4,5; Assistant Sentinel 4; President 5; Manager Indoor Track 3,4; Manager Spring Track 3,4; Manager Basket¬ ball 4 ; State Indoor Track Team 3; Western District Track Team 3; Track LettSr 3,4; Basketball Letter 4. Noel Phillip Beach — J. V. Football 3; Spring Track 3; Hi-Y 2. Peggy Jane Beheler — Sports Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; C.Y.A. 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 5; F.H.A. 2; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2,3. The Dairy Chef Says: Eat Better . . . Spend Less . . . Loy N. Belcher — Driver Education Award 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4,5; Band 1,2,3,4; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 2,3. Laura Helen Blevins — D.E. 5. Vivian Louise Bond — C.Y.A. 1; Junior Y-Teens 1,2; Senior Y- Teens 3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Roanoke County Science Fair, First Place 2; 4-H 1,2,3,4,5; Vice President 1; President 2,4; Secretary 3; 4-H ENJOY DAIRY FOODS Honor Club. Elizabeth Geraldine Boothe — C.Y.A. 1,2; Senior Y-Teens 3; Girls ' Chorus 3. Ralph Nathan Bosen — Projection Club 5; Vice President 5; Presi¬ dent of " Jocars " a Junior Achievement Co. 4; Sales Manager " Pic A Frame " 5; Salesman of the Year 4; 4-H Club 2; Latin Club 3,4; D.E. Club 5; A. L. Representative to Merchandise Pres¬ entation Contest 5. Joseph Phillips Bounds — President of Eighth Grade; Homeroom President 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 3; Cross-Country 3; Youth Seminar 5; Senior Mirror, Typical Senior; All State Choir 4,5; Madrigal Singing Group 4; A Cappella Choir 4,5; President 5; Newspaper Staff 3. “Roanoke’s Mosf Modern Dairy’’ GARST 1 1 BROS. 1 - 1 | 1 . J 1 DAIRY, INC. J Dial Dl 4-5501 YODA’S Salem’s Newest and Happiest Shop BIG BOY SONNY SPIGEL APPAREL Smart Apparel for Misses and Juniors 35 East Main St. DU 9-7116 PETERS CREEK PHARMACY 1120 Peters Creek Rd. N. W. Phone EM 6-5525 Roanoke, Va. 147 LAKELAND DRIVE-IN CURB SERVICE FOUNTAIN SERVICE GOOD FOOD — THICK SHAKES TRY OUR “BIG JIM” O tL-UUi — ' r r nr .v a T .-vrz O ' AJ yy-itss AM j Route 1 JLckjZq) ' (f y jJl rvvM Virginia OJL - l(J iA JUmlA? AjA rfaXiJALZA c- yrtro( CK y-cflAj ' ct CtJ J C- CM Y) yTY ' cA i Lc| y Jc A V br COACH HOUSE SALEM’S NEWEST RESTAURANT SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS AND SEAFOOD 2102 W. Main St. Salem, Virginia Phone DU 9-7644 • ' UxA- ' U ■« ( n 4 GEORGE A. JEFFREYS CO. LEWIS YOUNG FASHIONS rf Ah « jr. , (l ¥ ,ty Baking Fermentation Food Enzymes j. j y EKi meers Consultants tr A P. O. Box 709 • Phone DU 9-8220 oH Salem, Virginia I F N A S H i O N V S , for every coed for every taste for every occasion Kenny Dale Bowen — Band 1,2,3,4; D.E. 5. George Ambrose Bower — J. V. Football 1,2,3; Varsity Foot¬ ball 4,5; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4 ; Monogram Club 4,5; Latin Club 3. Martha Ann Bowles — Homeroom Secretary 5; May Court 4; Homecoming Court 5; Senior Mirror, Best Looking; A. L. Repre¬ sentative to Jr. Miss Pageant 5; Girls ' Chorus 2; Advanced Girls ' Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4,5; Assist¬ ant Business Manager 4; Business Manager 5; S.I.P.A. 4; Science Fair, Second Place in Girls ' Division 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; C.Y.A. 1; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; WBLU Radio Staff 5; May Court 5. Lloyd Andrew Bowman — F.F.A. 3,4,5; Treasurer 5. Brenda Sharon Bradley —• Homeroom Treasurer 3,4, Girls ' Bas¬ ketball 1,4; Senior Mirror, Most Athletic; Pep Club 2,3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; Varsity Cheer¬ leader 5; Newspaper Staff 4,5; Advertising Manager 4,5; Virginia Newspaper Clinic 5; Sports Club 1; WBLU Radio Staff 5; May Court 5. James Lloyd Breedlove — Choir 3,4,5; All State Choir 5; Hi-Y 5; Vice President 5. Edwina Gail Brown — C.Y.A. 1; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Latin Club 1,3; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; D.E. 5; Roanoke County Science Fair, Third Place 2; Drill Team 4. 148 M t. I,» COMPLIMENTS OF NASH EUCLID EQUIPMENT SALES CORP. Salem, Va. Richmond, Va. James Edward Brown — Monogram Club 4,5; Freshman Foot¬ ball 2; Varsity Football 3,4,5; J.V. Track 1,2; Varsity Track 3; Homeroom Vice President 2; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Homeroom Vice President 5; All-Western District Football, Second Team 5; All-City-County Football, Second Team 5. Donna Lee Brugh — Student Council 4; Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Homeroom Secretary, 1,2,5; Homeroom President 3; Youth Seminar 4; Homecoming Court 5 ; Cheerleader 4,5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Latin Club 3,5 ; C.Y.A. 1,2; Jr. Y-Teens 3; Sr. Y-Teens. Susan Jane Bryan — Jr. Y-Teens 2; Latin Club 2; Pep Club 2; D.E. 5. John Shields Bryan — Latin Club 2; Forensic Meet 3; One-Act Play Festival 4,5. Barbara Ann Byrd — F.B.L.A. 3,4,5, Parliamentarian 5; Delegate to State Convention 4; Certificate for F.B.L.A. Spelling Con¬ test 4,5. Donna Marie Byrd — Pep Club 1; Girls ' Choir 2,3; F.H.A. 2; Guidance Office Staff 3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; Drill Team 4,5. Carolyn Virginia Caldwell — C.Y.A. 1,2; Latin Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Girls ' Chorus 2,3; Newspaper Staff 4. Donna Lee Calhoun — Annual Staff 4; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; C.Y.A. 1,2; D.E. 5; F.T.A. 2,3. Linda Carolyn Cannaday — Beta Club 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 4,5; C.Y.A. 4. BROWN HARDWARE 115 EAST MAIN ST. Salem, Va. BEAUTY SALON 18 ' 2 East Main Street Dial: 389-8380 H. M. WOOD PLUMBING HEATING Phone: Shop and Residence DU 9-3441 DU 9-4941 114 E. Clay St. Salem, Va. FURNITURE MART 211 South College Ave. BEACH SERVICE CENTER “Your Texaco Dealer” Fourth and Colorado Streets Phone DU 9-5978 Salem, Va. 149 2 n 1 w S if Compliments of SALEM THEATER Y r r A 02 E. Main Street THE BEST IN ENTERTAINMENT S A Ct j a’ A 1 . U 1 . l U ' J SALEM FARM SUPPLY CORP. 121 E. Main St. r a " CHELF’S DARI-DEUGHT ° Jyi j Ul 1 1 " WHERE THE WOLVERINES CONGREGATE " ]f 0M214 Main St eet. ik 1 " GEARHEART SHOE REPAIR 15 East Main Street Salem, Va. Phone DU 9-7491 ft A JANDLELITE CLUB DINING AND DANCING r ffJ A Dl 3-5738 f 1 . . (] i w s a ° SAM’S 116 E. Main Street Salem, Va. QUALITY CLOTHING AND SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY JIM PETER’S TEXACO Lakeside Road EM 6-99 9 Roanoke, Virginia TECHNICAL REPRODUCTION AND SUPPLY CORP. 128 Kirk Avenue Phone Dl 5-1533 BLUE JAY RESTAURANT 6 Miles West of Salem BLUE RIDGE BUILDING SUPPLY Phone DU 9-7235 630 Union St. P. O. Box 88 Salem, Va. CALL US FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS MANNING GROCERY 805 8th St. Salem, Va. Open — 8:00 A.M. — 8:00 P.M. MEATS GROCERIES TEXACO GAS OIL DU 9-7957 WHITFIELD BOAT COMPANY Marine Supplies Salem Turnpike Salem, Va. Phone Dl 2-0135 t Barbara Jean Cash (Transfer Student) — Y-Teens 1,2,3; Bible Club 1,2; F.H.A. 2. Randolph Thornton Clarke — Homeroom Vice-President 4 ; Home¬ room President 5; Usher Commencement Service 4; Letter of Commendation, Merit Scholarship Corporation 5; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 1,2,3,4,5; Treasurer 4 ; President 5; Astronomy Club 2,3,4,5; Treasurer 2; Secretary 4; Vice-President 3,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 2. Ronnie Leon Clinevell — Sophomore Class Treasurer 3; D.E. 5; Latin 2; Football 2,3; J.V. Track 2,3. Patricia Camille Cobb — Homeroom Secretary 4 ; C.Y.A. 1,2; F.B.L.A. 4; Pep Club 2,3,4,5; Drill Team 4; Senior Y-Teens 4; Junior Y-Teens 2. Sandra Jonelle Cobb — Homeroom Secretary 2; Sports Club, letter 2; Drill Team 4. Harold Vincent Cogdill (Transfer Student) — Homeroom Vice- President 4; Football 3,4,5; 2 letters for football; D.E. 5; Mono¬ gram Club 3,4,5. Ronald Lee Coleman — Homeroom Vice-President 5; Choir 4,5; Boys ' Group 2; Annual Staff 4; Latin Club 2; C.Y.A. 2,3,4,5; Vice- President Hi-Y 5; Roanoke County Science Fair, Honorable Men¬ tion 1. Mackie Ruth Collins — F.B.L.A. 3,4; V.O.T. 5. William Clinton Combs (Transfer Student) — Choir 1,2,3,4,5; Vice-President 5 ; All State Choir 4,5; Science Club 1,2; Pho¬ tography Club 2,3; Key Club 3; French Club 4; C.Y.A. 5; Hi-Y 5; Roanoke County Science Fair, First Place 3. 150 TK7? s iRGINIA O sflfc. i, Virginia ( Southwestern Virginia’s Finest , ... y Wholesale Distributor of GROCERIES INSTITUTIONAL FOODS DRY GOODS DRUGS TOBACCOS . . FROZEN FOODS SPECIALTIES Telephone DU 9-5428 Y - COMPLIMENTS OF DRILL CARRIER CORPORATION yt .Salem. Virginia ctstJr ? isxy AA ■ y CONGRATULATIONS FROM GEORGE T. HITCH JEWELER 34 W. Church Ave. Roanoke, Va. SKYLINE CLEANERS AND SHIRT LAUNDRY 601 College Ave. Salem, Virginia Judith Rae Connell — Library Club 3,5; D.E. 5. Carolyn Dawne Conner — Homeroom Treasurer 2; C.Y.A. 1; Junior 4-H 1; Girls ' Choral Group 2. Geraldine Sylvia Conner — F.H.A. 2,3,4,5; Drill Team 4,5. Larry McWayne Conner — F.F.A. 2,3,4; D.E. Club 5. Patricia Ellen Conner — Homeroom Secretary 3; Homeroom Treasurer 5; C.Y.A. 1,2; Jr. Y-Teens 1; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; Public Relations Chairman 5; Pep Club 4; Library StaFf 3. Cecilia Mae Crawford — C.Y.A. 1; Guidance Staff 5. Sarah Catherine Cromer — C.Y.A. 1,2; F.B.L.A. 2; F.H.A. 3,4,5; D.E. 5; Parliamentarian 5; Girls ' Choral Croup 2. Freda Josephine Crosswhite — Homeroom Treasurer 3,4; Roa¬ noke County Science Fair, Honorable Mention 1; Freshman Girls ' Chorus 2; Girls ' Chorus 3; Advanced Girls ' Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; F.T.A. 5 ; C.Y.A. 1. Jo Oakey Crowder — Homeroom Secretary 1; Homeroom Presi¬ dent 2; Homeroom Treasurer 3; Junior Class Treasurer 4; News¬ paper Staff 1; Radio Staff 4; Girls ' Choir 2,3; Assistant Stage Manager of One-Act Play for Festival 3; Pep Club 1; Jr. Y- Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3 ; National Forensic League 3; Secre¬ tary 3; F.H.A. 4; Committee Chairman 4. William David Cushman — Latin Club 2; C.Y.A. 1,2,3. 151 Diana Bush Davis — Homeroom President 4; Homeroom Treas¬ urer 5; Girls ' Basketball Team 4; Usher at Bacclaureate and Graduation 4; Roanoke County Science Fair, Third Place 1; Beta Club 3,4,5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Service Chair¬ man 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Advanced Girls ' Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Librarian 4; Newspaper Staff 1,5; Cheerleader 5. Ritchie Conrad Davis — Student Council 5; Homeroom Vice- President 5; Homeroom President 4; Varsity Football 3,4,5; Track 3; Letter in Football 4; Youth Seminar 5 ; Boys ' State 4; Monogram Club 4,5. Cynthia Wray Dean — Homeroom Secretary 5; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2, y Corresponding Secretary 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3, 4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Newspaper Staff 5. Stephen Ernest Dean (Transfer Student) — Track 1,2; D.E. 5. Teresa Ann DeHart — Homeroom President 2; Jr. 4-H Club 1,2; Secretary 1, Treasurer 2; Pep Club 1,2; Latin Club 2; Freshmen Girls ' Choir; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5, Treasurer 5 ; A Cappella Choir 4,5; C.Y.A. 1,2. Brenda Kay Deyerle (Transfer Student) — Homeroom Treas¬ urer 5; Senior Mirror, Most Sincere; Girls ' Chorus 2; Advanced Girls ' Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 3,4,5; Librarian 4, Secretary 5; District Music Festival 4; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Pep Club 2,3,4; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Sr. Y-Teens 4; Beta Club 3,4,5. • 7 V faciorv ° utlet “Spring-Step” Cushion COMFORTABLE SHOE IN AMERICA Lakeside Road, Salem, Virginia HOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS — AWNINGS WILLIAMS WINDOW CO. 1509 Colorado Street Salem, Virginia VENETIAN BLINDS — ORNAMENTAL IRON COMPLIMENTS OF MILLER TIRE SERVICE Salem, Virginia DU 9-5435 152 Mary Ann Law Divers — Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4 ; C.Y.A. 1,2. Albert William Dodd (Transfer Student) — Beta Club 5. Shirley Ann Doss — Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Interclub Council Model 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; C.Y.A. 1,2,3; D.E. 5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Emily Hamm Douglas — Homeroom President 1; Marshal for Graduation 4; Sr. Y-Teens 3; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Annual Staff 4,5, Co-Circulation Manager 5. Rebecca Jane Douglas — Homeroom Secretary 1; Marshal for Graduation 4; Sr. Y-Teens 3 ; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Annual Staff 4,5; Co-Circulation Manager 5. Mary Ann Douthat — Homeroom Vice-President 5; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 5; Roanoke County Science Fair, First Prize Girls ' Division 1; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y- Teens 3,4,5; Pep Club 1; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; F.T.A. 5; Treasurer 5; Hall Monitor 5. Marshall Dowdy — Homeroom Treasurer 1; Freshman Track Team 1,2; Varsity Track Team 3,4,5, Letters 3,4,5; Cross- Country Team 1,2 ,3,4,5; Letters 3,4,5; Eighth Grade Basket¬ ball 1; J.V. Basketball 2,3; Varsity Basketball 4,5, Letters 4,5; Senior Mirror, Most School Spirit; Monogram Club 3,4,5; Hall Monitor 4. Caroline Gray Doyle — 4-H 1,2; F.T.A. 2; State Representative at Convention in Richmond 2; C.Y.A. 1; Latin Club 2. 153 L v (i l ipn-y; u MX % AH ' ' 1 u IA COMPLIMENTS OF K,i As ' % II r s , y ] ' ' [ j ' ] f sy 4r ,] v UNITED STATES PLYWOOD CORPORATION IAS y rtSf r WORLD’S LARGEST PLYWOOD ORGANIZATIONS Si M ■■ 1 b f b ’ , , iLw " « yy INA Jr ( Weldwood ' j 0 a. » V v ' K ] t y , V A) • P. O. Box 2386 Ay Telephone Diamond 5-0983 7 9 !502 P atterse n Avenue, S. W. Roanoke, Virginia lAUM £ £f 5 Cl£AN 3 SALEM, VIRGINIA Elizabeth Anne Dressier (Transfer) — F.H.A. 1,2, President 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4,5; Red Cross Representative 1,2; Girls ' Glee Club 1; Library Club 1; D.E. 5; Treasurer 5. Alvin Herbert Dudley — Homeroom Vice-President 1; Choir 2; Junior Band 2; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 1; Hall Monitor 4. Daniel Ray Duffy — Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 3; Hi-Y 4,5; D.E. 5. Drucilla Ellen Edwards — Drill Team 4,5; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; C.Y.A. 1. Sharon Rebecca Eller — Homeroom Secretary 2; Homecoming Court 5; All-State Choir 4,5; Choir 2,3,4,5; Newspaper Staff 2,4,5, News Editor 5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4 ; Pep Club 2,3,4,5; C.Y.A. 1,2. Carolyn Hughes Elmore — Student Council 5; Junior Class Presi¬ dent 4; Homeroom Secretary 1 ; Homeroom Vice-President 2; Homeroom President 3,4; Youth Seminar 4,5; Girls ' State 4; Stud¬ ent Council State Convention 4; Sandlot Benefit Queen 5; May Court 4; Holly Court 5; Homecoming Court 5; Senior Mirror, Most Popular; Cheerleader 3,4,5; Head Cheerleader 5; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4,5; C.Y.A. 1,2, Song Leader 2; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2, Secretary 2; Latin Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; May Court, Maid of Honor 5. Charles Robert Emory — All State Band 3,4; Choir 5; Annual Staff 3,4,5; Band 2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4,5; Hi-Y Club 2,3,4,5, President 5. 154 CHEVROLET TURBO-FIRE V8 BLUE-FLAME SIXES GOODWIN-WILLIAMS CHEVROLET CO. DUpont 9-2374 8-10 West Main St. Salem, Virginia Cecil Sterlin Eversole — Homeroom Vice-President 3; Homeroom Secretary 2; Latin Club 2,3,4,5, Chaplain 4. Gloria Jean Fink — Girls ' Choral Group 2; Newspaper Re¬ porter 1; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; Latin Club 4,5; Pep Club 1,2,3; F.B.L.A. 2; C.Y.A. 1,2. Martha Ellen Firebaugh — Student Council 2; Homeroom Vice- President 1; Homeroom Secretary 3,4; Homeroom President 2,5; Usher at Commencement 4; Girls ' State 4 ; Senior Mirror, Most Dependable; Hall Monitor 5; Annual Staff 5; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,5; Jr. 4-H 1, Reporter 1; Pep Club 1,2; W.R.O.V. Radio Staff 5; Beta Club 3,4,5, Corresponding Secretary and Histo¬ rian 5; F.T.A. 5; Latin Club 3,4,5. Mandred Russer Fitzgerald — Basketball Team 1; Track Team 3; Football Team 4; First in Reading Contest 1; Fourth in Speech Contest 1. Stephen Douglas Fox — Homeroom President 1,4; Youth Semi¬ nar 5; Grand Marshal at Commencement 4; National Merit Finals,- Boys ' Prose Reading, Western District Forensic Meet 4,5 ; Senior Mirror, Most Intellectual; F.F.A. 2; Latin Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5, Vice-President 5; Annual Staff 3,4,5, Head Copy¬ writer 4, Editor-in-Chief 5; S.I.P.A. 3,4; WROV Radio Staff 5. Linda Lou France — Sr. Y-Teens. Carolyn Lee Francisco — Homeroom Secretary 2; F.B.L.A. COMPLIMENTS OF ) - Try 2 SHENANDOAH LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY m -jr m J , d Roanoke, Virginia 155 MARETA’S Robert Sidney Fry — President Senior Class 5; Student Council 5; J.V. Track 1,2; Varsity Track 3,4,5, Letter; Freshman Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4, Letter; J.V. Basketball 2; Boys ' State 4; Youth Seminar 5; Senior Mirror, Best Leader; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4,5, Treasurer 2,3, Secretary 4, Vice-President 5; Monogram Club 3,4,5, President 4; Beta Club 5. Richard Michael Furr — Usher for Commencement 4; Senior Mirror, Most Dependable; Annual Staff 4,5; S.I.P.A. 4, Business and Ad Manager 5; F.F.A. 2; Beta Club 3,4,5, President 5; Latin Club 3,4,5. Carolyn Douglas Galbraith — Grand Marshal at Commence¬ ment 4; Senior Mirror, Most Intellectual; Hall Monitor 5; Ad¬ vanced Girls ' Choir 3; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,5, Feature Editor 5; C.Y.A. 1,2; Jr. 4-H 1; Jr. Y- Teens 2; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 3,5, Music Chairman 5. James Weldon Garber, Jr. — D.E. Club 5. Janet Susan Gardella — Homeroom Treasurer 4; Homeroom Vice-President 5; Holly Court 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3, 4,5; Pep Club 2; F.B.L.A. 4,5, President of Radford Region F.B.L.A. 5, Vice President of Virginia State F.B.L.A. Alpha Sue Garman — C.Y.A. 1,2,3; V.O.T. 5. Sarah Louemma Garman — C.Y.A. 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; V.O.T. 5. ROANOKE COLLEGE Salem, Virginia YOUR HOMETOWN COLLEGE SINCE 1842 Courses Offered Leading to the Degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science EVERYTHING FOR LADIES 6 W. Main S t. Ample Parking in Rear with Rear Entrance for Your Convenience Salem, Va. Dial DU 9-2461 COSMETICS Faberge — Lanvin — Helena Rubinstein POWELL’S PHARMACY 219 East Main Street Phone DU 9-5423 Professional Service ZENITH HEARING AID 156 Gwendolyn Ann Garner — Marshal at Commencement 4; Hall Monitor 5; Annual Staff 5; F.T.A. 3,4,5, President 4, Vice- President 5; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5, Chairman on Publicity 5; Beta Club 3,4,5. Sammy Miller Garst — Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 5; 4-H 1,2,3,4,5, Treasurer 3,4,5. Sarah Ann Garst — Homeroom Secretary 1,3,4,5; Jr. Y-Teens Secretary 2; Sr. Y-Teens Secretary 5; Cheerleader 5; Homecom¬ ing Court 5; Senior Mirror, Typical Senior,- Latin Club 2,3,4,5. Wallace Benjamin Garst, Jr. — Band 2,3,4,5, Lieutenant in Band 4,5; All State Band 3,4,5; Homeroom President 2; Amateur Radio Club of A.L. 5. CONCRETE READY MIXED CORP. Roanoke and Salem Dl 4-9261 DU 9-7253 Patricia Ann Graham — F.B.L.A. 3,4; Sr. Y-Teens 5. Wanda Lee Grant — Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; C.Y.A. 1,2; D.E. 5, Sec¬ retary 5. Kathryn Lea Gray — A Cappella Choir 1,4,5; Advanced Girls ' Chorus 3; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 4; F.T.A. 3,4, Treasurer 4; Jr. Y-Teens 4,5, Social Chairman 5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; C.Y.A. 2,3. Judy Gale Griffith — C.Y.A. 1; Jr. 4-H 1,2; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Jr. Science Club 1; Homeroom Secretary 1; Homeroom Treas¬ urer 4; Girls ' Chorus; A Cappella Choir 4,5. Richard Arnold Gunter — Homeroom President 3,5; National Merit Finalist 5; Usher at Commencement 4; Boys ' State 4 ; Na¬ tional Teen-age Press Conference 5; Senior Mirror, Most Likely to Succeed; District Forensic Meet, Third Place Spelling 4; J.V. Track 2 ; Varsity Track 3,4,5; Cross Country 3,4,5; Annual Staff 5; 4-H 1; Beta Club 3,4,5, Treasurer 5; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 3,4,5, Treasurer 5. FUEL OIL — KEROSENE Composition Books SALEM OFFICE SUPPLY CO. “Handiest store in Town For school supplies too!’’ 9 S. College Ave. DU 9-6168 Metered Delivery Prompt, Courteous 24-Hour Service GLENN H. SIMMERS Dial DU 9-7229 SALEM OIL CO. 1608 Colorado Street Salem, Va. 157 James Albert Hale — F.F.A. 2. Caleb Littlejohn Hall, Jr. — Student Council 5; Homeroom Presi¬ dent 4; Track 2; Youth Seminar 5 ; Senior Mirror, Best All Around; Junior Science Club 1,2, President-elect 1, President 2; C.Y.A. 1; Hi-Y 2,3; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; A Cappella Choir 5; News¬ paper staff 3,4,5, Sports Editor 5. Derick Preston Hall — (Transfer Student) Band 1. Patricia Ann Hall - C.Y.A.; F.B.L.A.; F.H.A.; V.O.T. Virginia Trances Harvey — Homeroom Secretary 1,2,4; News¬ paper Staff 5, Club Editor 5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Beta Club 4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 4,5; F.T.A. 5, Student Teacher 5; 4-H Club 1. Avery Martin Hash, Jr. — Homeroom Treasurer 3; Track 2,3; Tennis 4; A Cappella Choir 5; Jr. Science Club 2; Latin Club 2,3, 4,5; 4-H 1; Hi-Y 3,4; C.Y.A. 1 ; Newspaper Staff 5; Assembly Monitor 2. Betty Lois Heffinger — Jr. Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. 2; Hall Monitor 5; Guidance Office 5; C.Y.A. 1. David Lester Herrin — Homeroom Vice-President 1, Secretary 4, Treasurer 5; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 2,3,4,5; Cross Country 3,4,5; Track Letter 3; Basketball Letter 5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Mono¬ gram 3,4,5. Judy Mitchell Herrin — Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Homeroom Treasurer 1; Homeroom Presi¬ dent 4; Homeroom Vice-President 5. Sidney Walter Hinkley — Beta Club 3,4. 150 f ) £ .On •aJLs 2 C 5 ,- w5..- MECHANICAL $ 0 XxKs J uJ[ Lx C AT tO (U- L -Ctl, r GlsCC ' LZ- ve DEVELOPMENT Ug dJ h « u v 0 ,c szen COMPANY, INC. Z 4— ' • - ' a d ■ o car, ,-Wr -d m. f+ 2 ' Ki o -I ' 5 r e- c ) - ' HdcJa. - ' M • Lee Hiqhway, East ,.- . . ..- » ' . , ' , yVi - Dial DU 9-4166 ! , Z ' i ... f ' tuii) Salem, Virqinia ' At-tic 0 l l enjoy SEVEN wonderful ! days and nights on SEVEN th is season WDBJ-TV - CHANNEL 7 Roanoke, Va. d c S- J Mdd 11 DEPENDABLE SERVICE JOHN M. OAKEY SON FUNERAL HOME 7U DU 9-5441 SALEM, VIRGINIA Mary Angella Hinson — Homeroom Vice-President 1,3; Home¬ room Treasurer 4; Annual Staff 5; C.Y.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1; Jr. Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. 3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Sr. Y-Teens 4,5; F.T.A. 5, Student Teacher 5. Mary Louise Holland — Homeroom Secretary 1; Homeroom President 3; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Latin Club 2,4,5. Robert Wayne Hopkins — Homeroom Treasurer 5; Homeroom Vice-President 2,4 ; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Mono¬ gram Club 4,5; Varsity Football 4; Foreign Student Exchange Forum 4. Jackie Ann Hudson — Homeroom President 1,2,3; Holly Court 5; Jr. 4-H 1,2, President 2; Honor Club 2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5, Presi¬ dent 5, Regional Convention 4, State Convention 4; Astronomy Club 2,3; Secretary 3; C.Y.A. 1,2; Band 4,5; Majorette 5; Bi- Phy-Chem Science Club. Linda Jane Hughes — C.Y.A. 1. Josephine Alpha Jacobs — C.Y.A. 1,2,3,4; D.E. 5. Paul Edward Jenkins — Jr. Achievement Club, Knick Knackers 4; Keep Virginia Green 4; F.F.A. 4; D.E. 5. Patricia Louise Jennings — C.Y.A. 3,4; D.E. 5. Russell Steve Jobe — Latin Club 1,3. Phyllis Ann Johnston — C.Y.A. 1,2,4; Sr. Y-Teens 3; F.H.A. 3,4,5, Corresponding Secretary 5. Helen Elizabeth Keesling — C.Y.A. 1,2; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y- Teens 3,4,5; Latin Club 3; Pep Club 1,2. 159 t bP q) rp ' M. J W P. ..J r W if V ' f 0. du , cV ha ij jy .irJ yy , v k ANDREW LEWIS TAVERN West of Salem Ap r py r “FAMOUS FOR STEAKS — SEA FOOD SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN — VIRGINIA HAM HOMEMADE CAKES PIES” Routes 11 46 Phone DU 9-7854 AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT CONGRATULATIONS PIEDMONT STORES Salem, Virginia Dial DU 9-5523 Pamela Bredlow Kelly — (Transfer Student) Annual Staff 2,4,5, Head Copywriter 5; S.I.P.A. 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Booster Club 2,3; Pep Club 4 ; Drama Club 2; Girls ' Club 2,3; Latin Club 4,5; F.T.A. 5; Sr. Y-Teens 4,5, President 5; State Conven¬ tion Delegate 5; Spotlight T.V. Show Representative 5. Frank Cornelius Kinsey — Homeroom President 5; Annual Staff 3,4,5; Band 2,3; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Pep Club 2. William Harry Lee — Monogram Club 4,5; Football 1,2,3,4,5; Track 1,2,3; Football Letter 4,5; Track Medal 3; Senior Mirror, Best Looking; Homecoming Prince 5; Homeroom Prince 1. Sallie Ann Lemon — Homeroom Vice-President 2; Homeroom Sec¬ retary 5; F.H.A. 3,5; Pep Club 2,3; D.E. 5. George Evland Lenaeus — Homeroom Treasurer 2; Homeroom Vice-President 3; Outdoor Track 2; Golf and Letter 4,5; Bi-Phy- Chem Science Club 2; Beta Club 3,4,5; Hi-Y Club 5; Newspaper Staff 2,3,4,5, Sports Editor 5. David Hugh Lester — F.F.A. 4,5; Keep Virginia Green 4,5. Roy Charles Lester — D.E. 5. Patricia Annette Looney — Annual Staff 4; Beta Club 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5, Reporter 3, Historian 4, Corresponding Secre¬ tary 5; Library Staff 2,3,4, Chairman 3,4; C.Y.A. 4; V.O.T. 5. Donald Lee McCown — Football 2,3,4,5; Track 2,3,4; Bi-Phi- Chem Science Club 2,3,4,5; Monogram 4,5; Projection Club 2,3, 4,5, Vice-President 3; President 4. 160 LYNCHBURG COLLEGE A Christian College for Men and Women Fully-Accredited Quality Liberal Arts Program Small-College Atmosphere Pre-Professional Courses Granting B.A. and B.S. Degrees for enrollment information write Director of Admissions Lynchburg College Lynchburg, Virginia Elizabeth Blair McCurdy — Homeroom Secretary 1; Homeroom Vice-President 2,3,4; May Court 4; Homecoming Court 5; Holly Court 5; C.Y.A. 1; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Newspaper Staff 5; May Court, 5. Robert Wayne McGuire (Transfer) — Honor Student 1; Homeroom Treasurer 1; All State Choir 5; Hi-Y Club 1,2; Latin Club 3,4,5; Choir 2,5. Betty Lou Martin — F.H.A. 3,4,5, First Vice-President 4, Board of Directors 5; F.B.L.A. 3,4; V.O.T. 5. Frank Otey Martin (Transfer) — Band 1,2; Choir 4. Joyce Faye Martin — Basketball Team 1,4,5, A.L. Letter and Star,- Sports Club 4,5. Joyce Vivian Messinger — Freshman Girls ' Chorus; Sophomore Girls ' Chorus; Girls ' Ensemble,- F.H.A. 3,4,5, Songleader 5; F.T.A. 5. Penny Sue Moore — Volleyball 4, Captain 4; F.B.L.A. 3,4, Treasurer 4; Sports Club 2,3,4,5, Letter, Numerals, Star, Cup, Vice-President 4, Recorder of Points 3. David Herndon Moran — Sophomore Class Vice-President 3; Eighth Grade Treasurer 1; Homeroom President 4 ; Homeroom Vice-President 1,2; Boys ' State 4; Latin Club 2; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 1. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1961 MICHAEL S BAKERY 222 E. Main St., Salem 3336 Williamson Rd., Roanoke 23 E. Church Avenue, Roanoke 161 201 E. Main St. Salem 801 Shenandoah Ave. Roanoke, Virginia Jeanne Elizabeth Morris — Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Pep Club 1; Home¬ coming Court 5. Patricia Ann Morris—Sports Club 4,5; Girls ' Basketball Team 4; Girls ' Volleyball Team 4, A.L. Letter and Star 4. Marcia Gene Mounts — Homeroom Secretary 2; Homeroom Presi¬ dent 5; 4-H Club 1,2, Secretary 2; Beta Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 5; F.B.L.A. 4,5, Corresponding Secretary of Radford Regional F.B.L.A. 5; Latin Club 3,4; Sports Club 1,2. Galen Manley Munsey — Homeroom Treasurer 1; Latin Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Tennis 4,5, Captain 5. Venona Sue Musser — Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class Sec¬ retary,- Homeroom Treasurer 1; Homeroom President 2,3; Youth Seminar 5; Homecoming Court 5; Holly Court 5; Jr. Y- Teens 1,2 ; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5, President 5; Cheerleader 2,5; May Court 5. David Lee Myers — Track 2,3,4,5, Letter; Basketball 2,3,4,5; Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Monogram Club 4,5. Vonnie Gale Myers — C.Y.A. 2,4; F.H.A. 4. Buford Carl Nalls — Homeroom President 1; Homeroom Treas¬ urer 5,- Band Captain and Student Director 4,5; All State Con¬ cert Band 4,5; Band 1,2,3,4,5. Richard Henry Neal — Homeroom Secretary 4; Track 1,2,3; Foot¬ ball 3; Track Letter 3; Monogram Club 4,5. 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 op ening to man . . . and with them comes new chal¬ lenges 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 recognize 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 " ofj 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. 162 Za. “ YS AND YOUNG MEf A complete world of boys and young men’s wear, planned exclusively to their tastes and interests — Western Virginia’s style center for high school and college men. of its kind all Virgini Re- Girls ' Choir 2; Sophomore ia SHOP 29 West Church Ave Deborah Ann Nester — Representative to Leggett ' s " Back to School " Fashion 4; Freshman Girls ' Chorus 2; Jr. Y-Teens 2; C.Y.A. 3,4; Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 5; F.H.A. 3,4,5, Chapter Treasurer 4, Federation Reporter 4, Chapter President 5, Federa¬ tion President 5, State Treasurer 5, Delegate to State and Na¬ tional Conventions 5. Brenda Lee Nichols — Homeroom Treasurer 4; F.B.L.A. 5, porter 5. Nancy Sue Obenchain — C.Y.A. Freshman Girls ' Chorus 2. Jerry Kenneth Oyler — Golf 4,5. Barbara Ann Palmer — Freshmen Girls ' Choir 3; F.H.A. 3. James Edward Panned — D.E. 5. John Thomas Parker — Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 1,2,3,4,5; Amateur Radio Club 5, President 5; C.Y.A. 1,2; First Place Roa- np County Science Fair 1; Second Place Roanoke County Science Fair 2. Stanley Reginald Patterson — Homeroom Treasurer 4 ; Track 2,3; ' C Football 3; D.E. 5. Franklin Wayne Pillow — Vice-President Junior Class; Vice- President Senior Class; Homeroom Vice-President 3; Youth Seminar 4,5; Boys ' State 4; State President of Junior Classical League 4; Senior Mirror, Most Popular,- Annual Staff 4; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5, Tribune 4 ; Pontifex Maximus 5; I.C.E. President 5. STEWART AUTO SALES QUALITY USED CARS 4th St., Salem BUCK STEWART BUD STEWART 163 Brenda Gaynell PofF — C.Y.A. 1,2,3; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2,3; Sr. Y- Teens 4 ; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5; V.O.T. 5; Basketball 1; Girls ' Chorus 1,2,3. Mary Estella Potts — Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; News¬ paper Staff 1; Basketball Tournament Finals 1; Latin Club 3; Library Staff 3,4,5 ; F.B.L.A. 4,5; C.Y.A. 1,2,3. Joyce Marie Powell — Flomeroom Secretary 2; Jr. Y-Teens 2; C.Y.A. 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3; Sports Club 3,4,5; Girls ' Choir 2,3; Bas¬ ketball Team 1, Letter. Benjamin Franklin Powers, Jr. — Track 1,2,3,4,5; Football 1,5; Six Mile Relay, Buena Vista to Lexington 5. Randolph Douglas Powers — J.V. Football 2,3; J.V. Track 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Jr. Science Club 1,2. Wesley Ronald Richards — Football 3; Track 2,3; Golf 4,5, Let¬ ter; Latin Club 2,3,4,5. Home-owned and operated by CLIFF LEWEKE Complete selection for Car, Home, and Recreation Susan Carol Rikard — Freshman Class President 2; Sophomore Class President 3; Homeroom President 1,4; Homeroom Vice- President 2,3; Youth Seminar 5; Graduation Usher 4; National Merit Scholarship Commendation 5; Girls ' State 4; Senior Mirror, Most Likely To Succeed; All-State Choir 4; Latin Club 2,3,4, Plebian Counsul 2; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2, Vice-President 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5, Project Chairman 3, Vice-President 5, Program Chairman 5; Beta Club 3,4,5, Recording Secretary 5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; A Cap- pella Choir 4,5, Treasurer 5; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4,5, Assistant Editor 4, Co-Editor 5. Hugh Elbyrne Roberts (Transfer) — Eighth Grade Football; Base¬ ball Manager 1; Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Monogram Club 2; J.V. Basketball 3; A Cappella Choir 4; Hi-Y 3,4. Compliments BEMISS EQUIPMENT CORPORATION Falls Church Richmond Sale m $ OUR CH hardf amed gifts3 Aj d must never be dividual fr The prosperity doms we enjoy toda from our forefathers 1 apg, must ney , taken for granted. ' j $ Each new generation must stand on its own feet and preserve these freedoms. The freedoms we enjoy through the American Way have a high price and must be earned over and over. W. Somerset Maughan expresses it this way: “If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; and the irony of it is that if it is comfort or money that it values more, it will lose that, too.” 164 William Wayne Roberts (Transfer) — A Cappella Newspaper Staff 4,5; Latin Club 3,4,5; Hi-Y 4,5; Science Club 5; Junior Achievement 3; Band 1. Nancy Gatewood St. Clair — Homeroom Tri paper Staff 1,3,4,5, Ass istant Circulation Ma tion Manager 5, Typist 4,5; Drill Team 4,5; C.Y Treasurer 3; Junior Homemaker ' s Degre Achievement 3. Terry Lee St. Clair (Transfer) — Beta Projection Club 2. Dorothy Elizabeth Sample — Hdtm roo Df oir 4,5; -Phy-jChem Kamona URichard u a " Assist; .L.K. 3,4, Recording Secretary 5; News- jljj .Y.W ,2,3. F.F.A J 3,4,5, Assistant Secretary 3, esident 4. Homeroom Vice-President 1; Homeroom Jr. Y-Teenls 2; C.Y.A. 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4, Photographer 4; PepjCRib 2. i Scotf (Transfer) A- Jr. Y-Teen 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3; T E , y J f lA 5; F.hA. 2; V.O.T. 5. n| • i! „ i d w z Daily and Su ME the best inform d students THE ROANOKE WORLD-NEWS Each Weekday Afternoon HART MOTOR CO., INC. DUpont 9-2364 400 E. Main Street SALEM, VIRGINIA 1600 Colorado St. Salem, Virginia “Where You Get Quality And Service’’ SHENANDOAH TOOL AND SUPPLY CO. Phone DU 9-4540 Cutting Tools, Machinery and Accessories, Precision Tools, All Kinds of Steel 165 Howard T. Shepherd — Homeroom President 1; Homeroom Treasurer 5; Youth Seminar 5; Science Club 2; Hi-Y 2,3; Latin Club 3,4,5. Lloyd Wayne Shockley — Senior Class Treasurer,- Homeroom Vice-President 5; Youth Seminar 5; Senior Mirror, Most Persona¬ ble; A Cappella Choir 4,5; Chairman " Wolverine Turntable " radio program 3,4,5; Hi-Y 2,3,4,5; Latin Club 2,4,5; Newspaper Staff 4; District One-Act Play Festival 3,4,5; State One-Act Play Festival 3,4,5. Cleatis Regnal Sisson, Jr. (Transfer) — Homeroom President 1,2; Choir 2,3. William Frederick Slater — A Cappella Choir 4,5; F.B.L.A. 3; C.Y.A. 5. Robert Preston Snyder — Latin Club 2,3; Monogram Club 4,5; Freshman Basketball 2 ; J.V. Basketball 3; Varsity Basket¬ ball 3,4,5; Cross Country Track 3,4,5; Co-Captain Basketball 5; Honorable Mention City County Basketball 4; Letter in Track 3,4,5; Letter in Basketball 4,5; Letter in C oss Country Track 4,5. Glenwood Spangler — Track 3,4,5; Football 4,5; Baseball 2; Second Team All-Western District Football 5; Third Team City- County 5; Homecoming King 5; Senior Mirror, Most Athletic; Monogram Club 5. Susan Lewis Spickard — Student Council Member 1,4,5; Home¬ room President 3,5; Homeroom Vice-President 4 ; Homeroom Sec¬ retary 2; Member City-County School Relations Council 5; Youth Seminar 4; Girls ' State 4; Homecoming Queen 5; Holly Court 5; Senior Mirror, Most Personable; Annual Staff 4,5, Head Artist 5; Cheerleader 2,5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5, Virginia State Secretary 5; C.Y.A. 1; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3, May Court 5. Sharon Lee Sponsler (Transfer) — Homecoming Court 5; Holly Court 5; Latin Club 4,5; Sr. Y-Teens 4,5, Service Projects Chair¬ man 5; Newspaper Staff 5; May Court 5. Glenn Manning Spradlin — J.V. Football 2,3; Track 2,3; In¬ door Track 3,4; D.E. 5; C.Y.A. 2. Cheryl Lee Surendonk (Transfer) — Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 2,3; Orchestra 2,3; Latin Club 3; C.Y.A. 4,5; Newspaper Staff 2; Annual Staff 5. Carol Irene Taylor — A Cappella Choir 4; C.Y.A. 2,3,4,5, Sec¬ retary 4, President 5,- Pep Club 3. Carolee Cathryn Thomas — Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Word Fellowship Chairman 4 ; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; V.O.T. 5; S.I.P.A. 4. Judith Ann Thomas (Transfer) — Vice President of Eighth Grade,- President of Freshman Class,- Homeroom President 1,2, Homeroom Treasurer 3; Alternate to Girls ' State 4; Beta Club 3,4,5; C.Y.A. 5; Pep Club 1; Choir 2. Patricia Lynn Thompson — Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4,5; Latin Club 4,5; F.T.A. 5, Student Teacher 5; Pep Club 1,2,- Home¬ room Secretary 1. Mona Carole Thornhill — President of the Student Body 5; Mem¬ ber of District S.C.A. Executive Board 5; P.T.A. devotional Chairman 5; Homeroom President 2,3; Homeroom Secretary 1 ; Student Council 3,4,5; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4,5, Head J.V. Cheer¬ leader 2; Member City-County School Relations Council 4,5; Youth Seminar 4,5,• Planning Committee 5, Reporter 4,5; Girls ' State 4, Lieutenant Governor Girls ' State 4; D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 5; Girls ' Eighth Grade Reading Contest. First Place, 1; Roanoke Snow Queen 5; Holly Queen 5; Homecoming, Court, Maid of Honor 5; May Court 4; Senior Mirror, Best Leader; Representative on Miller and Rhodes Teen Council 5; C.Y.A. 1; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2, Program Chairman 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4,5, Plebian Counsel 2, Patrician Counsel 4, Aedila 5; Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5; Reporter 1; Beta Club 5,- Newspaper Staff 1, 4,5, Alumni News Editor 5; May Court, Queen 5. Larry William Trent — Homeroom President 4; Homeroom Treas¬ urer 1; Beta Club 3,4,5; Astronomy Club 3,4; Jr. Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club 1,2. Shirley Ann Vaughn — Homeroom Secretary 5; Third Place, Typing Contest, First Year Shorthand Contest at Madison Col¬ lege 4; C.Y.A. 2; Sr. Y-Teens 3; Beta Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 4,5, Re¬ porter, Pianist, and Co-songleader 5; V.O.T. 5. Ruth Carolyn Wade — Homeroom President 2; Homeroom Sec¬ retary 3,4; Homeroom Vice-President 5; Underwood Typing Award 4; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3 ; Beta Club 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 4,5, Vice-President 5; Annual Staff 5; Hall Monitor 5. Lynn Shelton Waynick —• C.Y.A. 2,4,5; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Attendance Office 5. Anita Carol Webb — Homeroom Secretary 1; Homeroom Vice- President 2,3; Homeroom Treasurer 5; Reporter to Newspaper Staff 1; Pep Club 2; Jr. Y-Teens 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3; Beta Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 3, Parliamentarian 4, Second Vice-President 5. Carolyn Elizabeth Wells (Transfer) — Band 3,4,5, Majorette 5; Latin Club 3,4; Sr. Y-Teens 4. Barbara Jo Whitby — Homeroom Vice-President 1; Homeroom Secretary 2; C.Y.A. 1,2; Sr. Y-Teens 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,5; Beta Club 4,5; Pep Club 1. Carolyn Jean White — Shorthand Contest, Madison College, Third Place 4; Beta Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 4,5; Treasurer 4; Re¬ cording Secretary 5; F.B.L.A. 5; C.Y.A. 1,2,3,4. Rachel Mae White — Girls ' Basketball Team 5; Homeroom Princess 1; Pep.Club 1; Jr. Y-Teens 2; Latin Club 3,4. Richard Allen White — Projection Club 4; D.E. 5. Marvin William Whitley — Latin Club 2; Football 3; Track 5; Christmas Relay Race 5. Ronald Anthony Whitesell — Homeroom Treasurer 2; J.V. Foot¬ ball 3; Varsity Football 4; Baseball 2; Track 3; Captain of Golf Team 4; Football Letter 4; Golf Letter 4; F.F.A. 1; Monogram Club 4,5. Judith Willey — Sports Club 1,2; Pep Club 2- Drill Team 4; V.O.T. 5. Carl David Wilson — D.E. Club 5. Mark Forest Wimmer— Indoor State Track Champions 4; Foot¬ ball Team; F.F.A. 2,3,4,5; Monogram Club 3. Donald Keith Wisey — Homeroom Vice-President 3; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Homeroom President 5; Boys ' State 4; Latin Club 2,3,4,5; Provincal Governor 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Track 1. Tommy Wayne Wright — F.F.A. 1,2,3; 4-H 1,2. Benjamin Franklin Zirkle — National Merit Scholarship Com¬ mendation 4; Beta Club 3,4,5; Latin Club 3,4,5. 166 LAKESIDE AMUSEMENT PARK 38 ACRES OF FUN FOR ALL 21 THRILLING AMUSEMENT RIDES FREE PICNICKING FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS 15,000 Sq. Ft. Ballroom FEATURING RECORDING STARS — SOCK HOPS LAKESIDE AMUSEMENT PARK SALEM, VIRGINIA 167 A f -.A 1 7 " I ' 7 KtJ (tr, ) jU 77? ( A A y y , v A After commencement, what are you going to commence f Before you make your final decision, consider a telephone career. You’ll start with good pay. What’s more, you’ll earn frequent raises as you learn. And the training you receive is excellent. You’ll also enjoy interesting work, friendly people and pleasant surround¬ ings. And you’ll have the satisfaction of serving your own community. So why not commence a rewarding career with a JENNINGS-SHEPHERD COMPANY C ■— -r e-Uv.1. 24 W. Church Avenue 3 t ■ e. Roanoke, Virginia + k = ' . vu. e ►-. 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J 173 •S ' y 5 y J - . v- 5 ° eft y y y ’ y y y v y POK SENIOR CLASS c y -%JXJ VWb- J kxJy (x, . x533oy AND 3Go U j ‘ f ' 30iyVy vyL3oo jcy CLUB PHOTOGRAPHERS sJLAQyVv CL , XV(X , DU 9-7224 kIojSL, ' £Xl£ 109 West Main St, Salem, Virginia Jim and Betty Gentry, Owners 174 QLOVER BRAND RY PRODUCT, 73© WesT Fovrth Street OME TOWN DAIRY MIIK ICE CREAM $a w CO, - SALEM CREAMERY CO., INC. DISTRIBUTORS OF 176 . OLD VIRGINIA BRICK CO., INC. DU 9-2357 Salem, Va. Best Wishes WALLACE 0. DEYERLE Compliments of 24th STREET TEXACO SERVICE CENTER TARPLEY’S INC. RCA VICTOR SALEM FAST SERVICE Shirts and Cleaning — 1 hr. if desired Colorado and Boulevard C. J. " Cam” Mays Dial 389-4611 DANDY’S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT McAVOY MUSIC HOUSE, INC. WHEN YOU THINK OF MUSIC — THINK OF McAVOY 122 West Church Ave. Roanoke, Va. Phone 345-8587 LEE HARTMAN AND SONS SOUND EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTORS Cove Road, N. W. P. O. Box 329 Roanoke, Virginia LEE HARTMAN Office EM 6-3493 Home EM 6-7516 FOOD FIT FOR A KING “FOR YOU” — IN OUR BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM — IN YOUR CAR — OR TAKE HOME SERVICE 5610 Williamson Rd. Phone EM 6-6240 Y V. 177 COMPLIMENTS OF HENEBRY JEWELER’S Roanoke Salem ACME PRINTERS INCORPORATED PRINTING ENGRAVING 13-15 North College Ave. Dial DU 9-2331 Salem, Va. SKATE-A-DROME " WHERE GOOD SKATERS MEET " SPECIAL PARTY AND GROUP RATES DU 9-7839 IF IT’S FROM KINGOFF’S IT’S GUARANTEED KINGOFF’S HOME OF FINE JEWELRY SINCE 1919 Cor. Jefferson St. Church Ave. Roanoke, Va. COMPLIMENTS OF DONNELLY’S COLLEGE GRILL 8th and College Ave. COMPLIMENTS OF SMITH AND GRAVELY 306 ' 2 E. Main, St. Salem, Va. BOOKKEEPING AND TAX RETURNS REESE RADIO AND T.V. SERVICE 218 W. Main St. Salem, Va. DU 9-5197 ZENITH SALES 178 IN MEMORIAM The hearts and spirits of the student body were saddened and shocked at the sudden death of one who was a friend to all. John ' s shy, smiling, unfaltering way will serve as a guidepost to be followed by those who are left behind. JOHN KEMPER GOODWIN November 17, 1941 — October 7, 1960 The memories we hold are of a laughing and fun-loving boy, frequently the center of a group in the halls of Andrew Lewis. We will long remember his agricultural achievements, school spirit, and sincere ways. This was Day. JAMES DAY MOSES May 27, 1943 — November 23, 1960 179 } o L ihas Pe Q-Z o A PZaJolaj,- sUj Cj SL £tfen) —th ; S s-hofti-P mg. IPs hPi s hod a W ' ‘Poujrh P m ss " 4 ocf 4 JP ? b £ Snoa dfP PhiVOf S ou ' (f ' b Kj 00C A ' SSp HZ OAaJ ' P P 1 tyou. d o ' fa ' Kg oP HcLi A■ b - 5 v c £ au - tool ' d- be Pht b U x ' P ;j • M ‘ 1 ' ' ' ■ ' ' fk l PAe 6r rn6 t ZPP Vj of c jes?Ms j fin)cl Yfofr-f -ZTt s . 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