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Page 104 text:
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.
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
Page 105 text:
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.
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