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CLARENCE W. BELL, IR. R. C. AYER
BRYCE H. DETTOR ANDREW H. WITHROW
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To Mrs. Mary Struke, we, the Class of 1950, dedicate our yearbook in
the hope that we can express to her our appreciation for all the help she has
It is a steep, steep climb up the narrow ladder that goes to the very highest
pinnacle ofthe "Big Top" of life, but she was always there showing us the way.
Across the straight and narrow tightrope to our goal she was the balancing
stick that kept us always straight and on the right way. Through her superior
knowledge, experience, and understanding, we glimpsed a new world. She
gave us the greatest gifts of all-the desire for knowledge and the ability to
appreciate the fine things of the world. She taught us the meaning of, and
helped us to live by our mottof"Non vivere sed valere in vita"-"Not merely
to exist, but to amount to something in life."
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This senior yearbook marks the twenty-first year of Anderson Township
School. Anderson becomes of age this year.
For the first time since 1952 the school plant will be adequate to house
the rapidly growing school population. One emergency in housing has fol-
lowed another until we have all felt we were in a three ring circus. Since the
school population has grown from 562 in September, 1929, to 1104 in Ianuary,
1950, Anderson has experienced the same "growing pains" that the Nation
has known in its rapid growth. Much like the circus, each performance has
been fraught with pageantry, rapid movements, shift of scenery, and endless
change. The only thing that has remained unchanged is the spirit of the
troupers, which is expressed by "the show must go on."
The thought that we build today for the future is our recompense as the
approval of the crowd is a reward for the performer.
The spirit of Anderson is like the spirit of the showmang the character of
the performance must not vary in quality regardless of the size of the audience.
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