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

 - Class of 1961

Page 102 of 188

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 102 of 188
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Page 102 text:

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 : ! '

Page 101 text:

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



Page 103 text:

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

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