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William M. Judd Clarence W. Bell, Jr.
Herschel D. West
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Anderson High takes great pride in graduating this
twenty-fifth class. So in 195.5 we view in retrospect our
progress during the past quarter of a century. Ander-
son's first graduating class boasted seventeen members.
The total enrollment of our school was less than 562. Our twenty-fifth
graduating class numbers now more than sixty-five, and the total
enrollment exceeds one thousand six hundred. I
Progress is not measured solely in numerical progression. However,
we can boast many advancements in the field of education. We can-
not point to the traditions of ivy towers, but we can present a record
in education that has kept in cadence with a changing society. Boys
and girls have found here at Anderson the opportunities for physical,
intellectual, and moral growth necessary to equip them to assume
their responsibilities in an adult society.
Although our school might be characterized as having recently
emerged from the age of adolescence into a mature standing, many
fine ideals have been converted to the state of tradition. Scholarship,
sportsmanship, and friendship with one another are traditional at
Anderson. Our past overwhelms us with pride as we remember the
many outstanding people who share responsibility for our advance-
ment. Our past fills us with humility as we remember our responsibility
to those who have preceded us as students and faculty.
Our gaze turns now to the future. We know full well we cannot
stand in one spot and rely upon our past. We move forward con-
fidently, relentlessly, or weffail. Our only reliance upon our school's
past will be the challenge it gives for our future.
H. D. West
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E. Wayne Titus
To the Students:
For the past several years, you have been engaged
in the process of becoming educated. During this
time you have been subjected to three great institu-
tions: the home, the church, and the school. The
inroads which these institutions have made upon your
lives depend upon the extent to which their teachings
have influenced your behavior and become a part
of your philosophy of living.
The tools you have acquired, as measured by your
skills and attitudes, will be reflected in your future
accomplishments. "Knowledge is power" only in so
far as it is put to work. Man is paid not for what he
knows but rather for the contributions he makes.
Society is- benefited by the extent to which you im-
prove the lot of your fellow men. The greatest
element in success is the determination to succeed.
Regardless of your choice of occupation, do the
best iob of which you are capable and your reward
will be assured. You will never walk alone as long
as you have an abiding faith in the teachings of
your church, a deep love and respect for your home
and the American way of life, and the ability to
provide the fruits of happiness.
May you receive divine guidance and protection
E. Wayne Titus
along life's way.
Martha E. Silver
High School Secretary
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