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Page 178 text:
Scholastic Awards: ROW ONE: Pat Armentrout, Ann White, Dawn Nester, Sharon Hash, Cathy Hall. ROW TWO: Fran Kageals, Betty Wright, Elaine Thurman, Pat Saul, Betty Spencer, Carl Koestner, Tom Harvey, Judy Foley. In recognition of scholastic achievement the PTA each year presents academic letters and pins to students who have no semester grade below a B. Mr. Murphy Scott earned his license as a football referee, making a perfect score on the test. Math-A-Rama Winners: Richard Owen, Ken Robey, Tom Harvey, Sandy Palmer. A county-wide Math-A-Rama was held for the first time this year. Its purpose was to encourage students to create original math projects illustrating math principles. Mercedes Perez received a letter of commenckition from the National Merit Scholarship Contest. She was the only Andrew Lewis student to receive this recognition. Debate Team: Ricky Wreden, Donna King, Phil Shreves, Jim Aye rs, Mr. Robinson, debate coach, Barry Whitesell, Peggy Sipe, George Slusher, Becky Crush. 174
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Brotherhood Winner: In a program sponsored by the City-County Council, Van Gresham received the Brother¬ hood Week Award from A.L. ACHIEVEMENTS Regional Chorus: Robert Coley, Jimmy Bolling, Larry Price, Charles Edmundson, Nancy Archer, Brenda Butler. Represent atives are annually chosen by audition before the choir director. Brenda Yates was A.L. ' s representa¬ tive to All-State Band. The band director, after holding auditions, makes the selection. DAR Award: A DAR Good Citizen Award recipient is yearly chosen by the senior class. Fran Kageals re¬ ceived the award this year and en¬ tered state competition which could lead to a scholarship. In addition, she is President of her Junior Achieve¬ ment Company. Susan Vaughan served as President of the Roanoke Valley Teen Safety Council during 1963-64. This organi¬ zation is designed to promote safety among teenagers. 173
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Science Fair Winners: ROW ONE: Linda Zirkle, Susan Garrett, Sharon Grey, Danny Buttram. ROW TWO: Beth Kendig, Richard Clark, Ken Robey, Larry Boyd, Mike Magruder. First and second place winners in junior division of the local science fairs entered their projects in the county fair. ACHIEVEMENTS Mr. Eddie Joyce, A.L. ' s football coach, was named " Citizen of the Year " by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Susan Payne served as a model on the Miller and Rhodes Teen Fashion Board. In an academic scholarship contest spon¬ sored by the s tore on radio station WROV, Susan won a $250 scholarship. Science Fair Winners: ROW ONE: John Bryant, Harry Bosen, Sam Givens. ROW TWO: Terry Amrhein, Danny McDaniel, Dan Robertson, Cindy Wolfe. ROW THREE: Ryan Givens, Gary Brumfield, George Slusher, Andy Stover. All first and second place winners were eligible to enter their projects in county competition. 175
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