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X IN 1635 THE CITIZENS OF BOSTON MET AND FOUNDED THE FIRST FREE SCHOOL IN AMERICA. ON THE “ 13TH OF THE 2ND MONETH 1635 " —THE TWENTY-THIRD OF APRIL, BY OUR CALENDAR, FIVE YEARS AFTER THE SETTLING OF BOSTON-THE CITIZENS VOTED- " THAT OUR BROTHER PHILEMON PORMONT, SHALBE INTREATED TO BECOME SCHOLEMASTER FOR THE TEACHING AND THE NOURTERING OF CHILDREN WITH US.” THIS EFFORT MARKS THE BEGINNING OF SECONDARY EDUCATION IN THE COLONIES AND BY THE CLOSE OF THE CENTURY POSSIBLY FORTY LATIN GRAMMAR SCHOOLS HAD BEEN FOUNDED IN NEW ENGLAND. IN THE MIDDLE AND SOUTHERN COLONIES, PRIVATE TUTORS FOR LARGE LAND¬ HOLDERS WERE MORE IN FAVOR. f . 1 hr- - -f % V V
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The Pioneer of 1935 Pi loneer Staff EDITORIAL Augusta Saul . Editor-in-Chief Sarah Barnard . Assistant Editor Harold Craig . Assistant Editor Jerry Crawford . Assistant Editor Louise Dawson . Art Editor Helen Fisher . Assistant Art Editor Anne Taylor Wiley . Activities Editor Alice Spessard . Assistant Activities Editor Harold Depkin. Petie Bunting . Sports Editor Marvin White . Assistant Sports Editor Louise Overstreet . Photograph Editor Jake Showalter. . Assistant Photograph Editor Jane Akers . Scribe Betty Fagg . Senior Editor Virginia Williams . Junior Editor Alma Darden . Sophomore Editor . Freshman Editor BUSINESS Shirley Graham . Business Manager Richard Hitt . Assistant Business Manager J. C. Penn . Advertising Manager Gordon Maxwell . Assistant Advertising Manager Jack Stone . Assistant Advertising Manager Billy Haislip . Circulation Manager Logan Bowman . Assistant Circulation Manager Ida St. Clair . Typist Miss McConkey . Faculty Advisor Mrs. Turner . Faculty Advisor Mr. Clark .. ' . Faculty Advisor Page Six
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The Pioneer of 1935 0 O ' ,«« jf ' a „ r M V V rf •enior ;offi cers J. C. Penn . President Bob Barnett . Vice President Anne Taylor Wiley . Secretary Gordon Maxwell . Treasurer Motto: “Study to be what you wish to seem. " Colors: Purple and Silver —Socrates Flower: Iris Pioneers, We Behind us ties the course we have begun, Behind us lies the path that we have blazed, Before, a greater course for us to run, Before, unknown, and even uncharted ways. For we “who have the world before us " When high school days are passed, forever gone, Will have the thought that Lewis left to us: Push on! Push on! And ever on and on! " Howe ' er discouraged, we will ne ' er give up; We ' ll make new frontiers with our brain and brawn ; And future classes, just as we have learned, Will delete cry, " Push on, Push on, and ever on and on! " Forward! Advance! " this ever be our cry, For there are footholds firm that we must gain, New heights that we must scale; we cannot sigh For high school days: those sighs would be in vain. Our " Alma Mater " to us truly gave A greater, truer, nobler life — The dawn of our achievements; in her walls we learned Life ' s grandest theme, " Push on, and ever on! " Page Eight Jane Akers and Opal Craun
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