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3 indrctt) ILctois iligh School 4 4 4 4 4 4 The Awakening As a climax to her wonderful adventures in the Looking-Glass world, Alice became a Queen and was invited to dine with the Red Queen and the White Queen. “ Let me introduce you to the leg of mutton, ” said the Red Queen. “Alice—Mutton: Mutton—Alice.” The leg of mutton got up in the dish and made a little bow. In the same way, she was introduced to the pudding; afterward, a poem was recited about fishes, then a toast to Alice’s health. She was told that she should “return thanks in a neat speech.” Being greatly frightened, Alice faltered, “Thank you very much but I can do quite well without.” “That wouldn’t be at all the thing,” replied the Red Queen. Then, “I rise to return thanks.” Presto! all sorts of things happened in a moment. Bottles, taking plates for wings and forks for legs, fluttered about as birds; the White Queen disappeared into the soup as a leg of mutton; and, as Alice continued to shake her violently, the Red Queen grew “shorter and fatter” —“softer and rounder”—until she finally assumed the form of Alice’s own dear, black kitten! Rubbing her eyes, Alice said, “You woke me, Kitty, out of oh! such a nice dream!” In like manner, the journey through our Looking-Glass world is completed, and after shaking ourselves, we realize that we, too, have awakened from a “nice dream.” Rubbing our eyes, we recognize the place as none other than our own beloved Andrew Lewis High School. Looking backward upon our duty of guiding you along this journey, we feel that “we can not do quite well without”—making a speech of thanks. “It would not be at all the thing” to make our bow without expressing our appreciation to some who have helped to make the adventure possible. Therefore, “we rise to return thanks.” To that lovable man, Lewis Carroll (1832-1898), who, because of the creation of these charming adventures, will never die in the minds of those who dream dreams, we offer gratitude for the inspiration which gave us the idea of taking this journey. To the typing depart¬ ment, to the members of Mrs. Pedigo’s Poetry Club, and to all who have aided us, we express our sincere thanks. Now, in conclusion, last but not least, may we introduce the business firms who have manifested their belief in The Pioneer by giving us their advertisements. Readers—Advertisements: Advertisements— Readers. These represent the best and we recommend them to you, asking that you give them your patronage. —The Staff ' Fo ' The Mac Mi an Company As, in the future, we muse over these, our youthful experiences portrayed in this, our Andrew Lewis High School Mirror, and, as the propensity to dream is rekindled within our souls as we read of Alice again, we would not forget the munificent spirit demonstrated by you in giving us permission to use, without charge, sketches and quotations from your edition of “Alice Through the Looking Glass” in connection with our theme. For this manifestation of your kindly attitude of helpfulness toward us, we say, “Thank you, MacMillan Company!”
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4 HThe pioneer of 1936 -4 Track After a lapse of several years, Andrew Lewis again resumed track with a very successful season in the athletic program. In the All-County Meet at Vinton we came in a close second, trailing by eight points. Led by Captain Shirley Graham, we were outstanding in hurdles, dashes, the broad jump, discus, and shot put. With many of the members of the track squad returning, we should be fortunate in a track team next season. The members of the team are: Graham, Shirley Kellner, Billy Pierpont, Hobart Johnson, Buddy Gardner, Bill Lee, Eldridge VIINTER, LEN Whitlock, Hubert Minnix, Boyd Golf Since only one of the four from last year’s state championship team returned, and due to the fact that several of the qualifying players in the preliminary compe¬ tition are out of school, it was decided not to enter a team in the State Meet. It is hoped, however, that we shall again be able to capture the title in ’37 and produce another great team like that of ’35. Girls’ Baseball William Fleming was defeated Wednesday, April 29th, by Andrew Lewis girls’ baseball squad with a 10-0 score. This was the second game of the season for the victors, the first being with Back Creek. Beulah Grant was elected captain by an overwhelming majority and under her leadership the team is rapidly improving. The members of the team are: Higginbotham, Elizabeth Grant, Beulah Hash, Myrtle Maxwell, Caroline Harrison, Frances Stuart, Betty Parker, Higginbotham, VIary S. White, Nell Thomas, Sabre Watson, Ida VIaxwell, Jean Parker, Margaret Rachel Fifty-Tivo
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