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% m OFFICERS and SENIORS: Rosi Lonitz, Becky Cromer, Diane Wickham, Secretary; David Ball, President; Van Gresham, Treasurer; Lili Siano, Honorary Member; Tom King, Mrs. Martha Logan, Sponsor. STUDENT COUNCIL Eighth Grade: Caroline Waldrop, Ronnie Sizer. Sophomores: Bari Neighbors, Kathy Hall, Pat Saul. Freshmen: Donna King, Gene Webb. Jun¬ iors: Cookie Agner, Don Russo. The Student Cooperative Association acts as a miniature government at Andrew Lewis, functioning to promote better relations between the teachers and students and as the vehicle by which student opinions are presented to the faculty. The Student Council initiated a community project in conjunction with the American Field Service which sponsors a student exchange program. Plans have been made to continue the participation of Andrew Lewis in the exchange program. 112 The S.C.A. suggestion box, which at times lies dormant, enjoyed unusual activity before exam time. Pat Savl and Cathy Hall collect suggestions about the exam schedule.
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ORGANIZATIONS Hey, let ' s get this meeting on the road-. . . let ' s see now, put the palm trees on the left of the stage — no, let ' s . . . do-do, ra-ra, me-me . . . the Science Fair? . . . let ' s show some pep at those games, girls ... all right, who blew my candle out . . . the latest Student Council project ... I can ' t decide who writes the gossip column . . . the mono¬ gram goes on the left side of the sweater ... in order to get to work on time, you D.E. boys will have school at . . . get that reed wet before you blow your horns . . . go away — you can ' t see this — it ' s Annual work . . . any old business? . . . Meeting adjourned.
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SPONSOR: Mr. R. A. Patterson OFFICERS: Corresponding Secretary, Fran Kageals Recording Secretary, Diane Wickham President, Al Knighton Treasurer, Steve Moushegian Vice-President, Hunter Highfill BETA CLUB The Beta Club is the only organization at Andrew Lewis designed for the acknowledge¬ ment of scholastic achievement. Beta members must have a 2.25 grade average and be approved for leadership and character by the faculty. This year ' s activities included sending delegates to Richmond for the state convention, selling football programs, and inducting the new members in an assembly presentation. FIRST ROW: Betty Wright, Georgia Allen, Willa Epperly, Sandy Honaker, Helen Agner, Nancy Tate, Sylvia Witt. SECOND ROW: Lili Siano, Kay Matthews, Susan Chapman, Emily Wright, Sally Rikard, Sallie Tate, Candy Minton, Tom King. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Vaughan, Camille Thomas, Judy Guthrie, Ann White, Millie Garri¬ son, Pat Armentrout, Dawn Nester, Cathy Hall, Sharon Hash. FOURTH ROW: Elaine Thurman, Judy Foley, Steve Kennamer, Glenda Cary, Ann Dalby, Melody Parsons, Linda Leah, Betty Spencer, Tom Harvey, John Beach. FIFTH ROW: Andrew Stover, Sara Jo Dennis, Carolyn Lilly, Jerry Mills, Betty Cromer, Brenda Butler, Barbara Holland, Pat Saul, Mike Francisco, Paul Mendolia. SIXTH ROW: Kerry Sipe, Tommy Richardson, Virginia Crockett, Robert Cook, Gary Bowen, Connie Vecillio, Roy Kinsey, Scott Sowers, George Slusher, Carol Koestner. 113
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