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

 - Class of 1969

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The Zarghami Family: Mama Zarghami, Aunt Bahamin, Mary Lou, Baba (Papa) Zarghmi, Atieh, Farrhad, Farnaz, Feresteth, Nasrin, and Farshid. Mary Lou Bredllow, exchange student from Andrew Lewis to Tehran, Iran, spent an eventful summer with her large Iranian family, the Zarghamis, This picture was taken at the airport Tehran as Mary Lou was saying “Hoda Hofaz” (good bye the Farshi language) to her summer family. With dreams of foreign travels, Sid Carter and Marty Snider contemplate hopeful future trips. Marco Tellini from Italy poses with his American family, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brooks, their sons, Trey and Cameron and their daughter Suzanne. 47 •S.S

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American Field Services A.F.S. OPENS NEW DOORS TO FOREIGN WORLDS The American Field Service participated more actively at Andrew Lewis this year than ever before. They hon¬ ored Lewis with two exchange students instead of just one. Cely Abril from the Phillipines and Marco Tellini from Italy became the friends of many Andrew Lewis students and citizens of Salem. The A.F.S. also sponsored students from Andrew Lewis who wished to participate in the exchange program. Mary Lou Bredlow spent a fabulous summer in Tehran, Iran; she returned home with many tales and pictures to share with all of Salem. As a new school year began, travel-minded Juniors ap¬ plied for the opportunity to become this summer’s ex¬ change student. The A.F.S. committee examined their characters and sent the names of Sidney Carter and Martha Snider to their office in New York. The girls anxiously awaited the word from New York which could open up a whole new world for the lucky girl this summer. Trouble between countries or just between exchange students?! (No, Marco wouldn’t really chop off unsuspecting Cely’s hand.) Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ammen, their son, Reid, and their daughter, Kitty, all seem proud of the tem¬ porary addition to their family, Cely Abril, from the Phillipines. 46



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KEY CLUB-ROW ONE: Freddie White, Richard Jacobs, Bill Ogles¬ by, Charlie Ellington, Gary McCormack, Vice-President; Clarke Chase, President; Paul Barnett, Steve Waldrop, Craig Stinnett, Treasurer; Norman Watkins. ROW TWO: Mac McCorkle, Reid Me Clure, Sam McCoy, Wayne Dyer, Steve Brickley, Mr. Cridlin, spon sor; Denton Willard, Andy Porter, Nicky Thomas, Charles Cline. Key Club KEY CLUB PURCHASES SCHOOL SIGN For the past sixty years, the Key Club has successfully administered to the needs of the community, and this year held to tradition. The group started out the year by participating in the annual Peanut Drive, a project started by the Kiwanis several years ago to aid needy children. Along with the Interact members, the Key Club sponsored the Homecoming Dance. They also pre¬ sented the Thanksgiving assembly with the renowned Arthur Brown as guest speaker. One of the Key Club’s main projects was to purchase materials for a badly-needed school sign, a project greatly appreciated by all students. In February, the group sponsored the WROV All-Star Faculty game. They ended their year with the annual Key Club ban¬ quet and dance. The Reverend Arthur Brown of WROV earnestly speaks at the Thanks¬ giving assembly. 48

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