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

 - Class of 1962

Page 121 of 200

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 121 of 200
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STAFF We, the students of Andrew Lewis, always look forward to the time when our school paper comes out. The “A. L. Spokesman” has become a part of the tradition at Andrew Lewis, and is now bring¬ ing news to us for its fifth year. Our “Spokesman” is published ten times a school year, including a special Senior issue. Members of the Advertising and Circulation Staffs are as follows: Judy Crockett, Ann Minarik, Brenda Huff, Myra Boone, Linda a V:a Baird, Sallie Tate, Kathy Jones, Peggy Yates, Butch Morris, Candy Minton. m v h ot ? A ad y A k A VJ (f Aoh .o- Mrs. Mildred Chapman, SPONSOR Members of the Sports Staff are as follows: Nicky Powell, SPORTS EDITOR; Jerry Neighbors, Lois Nutter, and Carter Melton.

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The members of the News and Feature Staffs are as follows: STANDING: Sherry Banner, Hunter High- fill, Lee McReynolds, Kerry Sipe, Diane Wickham, Ronald Weston, Jerry Mills, Rosi Lonitz, Allison Watts. SEATED: Claire Roberts, Karen Bowles, Connie ' Vecellio. NEWSPAPER Other officers of the “Spokesman” are as fol¬ lows: Steve Kennamer, Assistant Editor; Roz McFarland, Head Copywriter; Sherry Banner, Club Editor; Sandra Sayers, Alumni Editor; Donna Goodman, Typist. VOLUME V •.NDRCW LEWIS I UGH SCHOOL. SALEM, VIRGINIA. DECEMBER. 1961 Number ! Senior Superlatives Are Elected Formed For the first, writing class h at Andrew Lewis this course the study mar is not taught, comes tn the class, but t on writing, ter, the been than lar English Being a plao •ixpressUm the class enables express his feelings i of the Andrew Lewis far left); Secretary Becky Cromer (at left end of Room iGy for the table); and Treasurer Kay McDonald (at fight charge far corner of table). Other members of the group at the left side are: Dennis dower, Shirley Dulaney, Jody Cundid, of the David Ball, Diane Wickham, Barry Marsh, Susan of the MU Payne, Don Wood. Bari Neighbor . Pa King (at Martha Albert Taylor dtmU It Is taught only during fourth period The class’s small size hats two advantages there is a stronger teacher-student re¬ lationship. needed In u subject of this nature, and there are nut too many itapers for the teacher to grude. The class Is an elective hi courses and carries with " Wolverine Turntable” Ls again this year, bringing radio public news of the pen in gs at Andrew Lewis, staff for this year is head Mike Spessard, and const; Tom King, Norman Moore. Kennamer. Rost Lonitz, t Chapman, Sally Rikard am Each year the seniors of An¬ drew Lewis choose the most out¬ standing students in their class to be on the Senior Mirror The seniors elected for the class of 1981-62 are Most Popular Judy Cundiff Richard Beach Wittiest Fatty Mae Martin Robert Hendricks Best Looking Betty Jo Quick 1 George Summers Typical Seniors Sherry Banner Randy Francisco School Spirit Cecelia Ferguson Wilbur Andrews Most Personable Kay McDonald Mickey Grant Most Likely To Succeed Ellen Bowers Allison Watts iriae Turntable” is •y Saturday over Rn . WBI.U I4S0 oti your uie requirement of dial in ' Balem Va. The program The analysis of works j starts at- 12 00 p.m. and lasts the student In his ability to : for 45 minutes. It presents the comprehend what he may : news, current events, and the •ad in the future popular songs at Andrew I swU. Besides the required writings For the past two years. Wol- if the cia.su, the student is given i verine Turntable has won the a chance to compete with au- first place award for the best Ihors throughout the country in . school broadcast at the s I P A Potrteshi thnt offer recognition ' convention at which ail the ed the Youth Seminar, which was held on Wednesday. Nov¬ ember 22. at the Roanoke Young Women ' s Christian Association BttHdlng. The Seminar, consisting of 16 representatives from each high school in the city-county urea, is sponsored by the Roanoke ju¬ nior Chamber of Commerce and National Conference of Christian and Jews. Its pur¬ pose is tn erase racial and reli- s prejudices. Heading the “Spokesman” are: Albert Taylor and Allison Watts, Co-Editors; and Ellen Bowers, Business Manager. These officials of the “Spokesman” are as follows: Tom King, Assistant Editor of Sports Staff; Emily Wright, Assistant Circulation Manager; Kay McDonald, Cir¬ culation Manager; A1 Knighton, Assistant Business Manager.



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ROW ONE: Jerry Mills, REPORTER; Pam Robinson, TREASURER; Sandra Sayers, PRESIDENT; Marguerite Bryan, VICE-PRESIDENT; Connie Vecellio, SECRE¬ TARY; Cathy Hall, ROLL CALL CHAIRMAN. ROW TWO: Randy Gearheart, Carol Jean Jones, Phyllis Gilley, Cecilia Ferguson, Candy Minton, Jodi Dennis, Rita Leon- hardt, Judy Cundiff, Sally Tate, Ellen Bowers, Ryan Burke, Kay McDonald, Louise Cumbie, Bruce Dowdy. ROW THREE: Donna Wheeling, Ann White, Lynda Parris, Kathy Jones, Myra Boone, Georgia Mayo, Ann Minarik, Helen McGhee, Linda Baird, Judy Lane, Linda Brickey, Alice Black, Betty Caperton. ROW FOUR: Brenda Davis, Linda Knight, Gayle Volpe, Ann Saunders, Sandy Sizer, Janet Brugh, Rosi Lonitz, Pat Matthews, Kay Matthews, Emily Wright, Nancy Wells, Susan Chapman. NOT PIC¬ TURED: Miss Willie Taylor, SPONSOR. PEP CLUB The Pep Club strives to promote better school spirit among the students. And it is from our club that cheerleaders are chosen. The main activities in which we have engaged this year are electing the Homecoming King and Prince and sponsoring the Homecoming Parade. Other events of the year have been sponsoring a bus to the E. C. Glass game, and decorating the goal posts for all home games.

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