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andrctti iLcttiis fiigh School « DEDICATION TO Mr. 2arl 15. jBroadttiatcr WHO, BY HIS COOPERATION, IN THIS, HIS FIRST YEAR AS PRINCIPAL OF ANDREW LEWIS HIGH SCHOOL, HAS COMMANDED THE RESPECT AND ADMIRATION OF EVERY MEMBER OF THE FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY, WE DEDICATE THIS THIRD VOLUME OF HHie pioneer
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4 4 WIk pioneer of 1936 4 4 4 4 4 4 foretoord “ Every man’s life is a fairy tale written by God’s fingers.” —Hans Christian Andersen. Alice in Wonderland , though existing only in the realm of fancy, is sym¬ bolical of that which is in all of us—the inclination to dream dreams. We dream of the past, its joys departed; we dream of the future, and what it holds for us. Life, what is it but a dream! True, we may not always attain those things of which we dream and for which we strive; but, if we aim at the sun, though we may not reach it, the arrow will fly much higher than if aimed at an object on a level with ourselves. In using the theme, “Reflections,” in this, our 1936 Pioneer, we hope it may serve to inspire you to continue to dream. Be curious, explore unknown paths, and that which you would know, seek! Within these pages we have endeavored to capture and hold, for all time, the reflection and spirit of the Andrew Lewis High School student, to picture our life here together. It is our task to keep alive these happy memories in this, our Memory Book. We know that it may be forgotten for a time and find its place in the attic with the other “old things”; but sometime, some day, we will feel inclined to reminisce—perhaps, when the way seems dark and the road uphill—then, in the cloud of dust which follows its opening, who knows but that we may catch an inspiration for the task ahead of us from the joys of days gone by—of old friends, classmates, scenes! Then, this “Alirror of Reflections” will have served its purpose.
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4 ' Che ponccr of ig e 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 lma Water By Russell Graham Loyal sons of Andrew Lewis , Lift your voices clear; Sing to praise our Alma Rlater , Songs we love most dear. Green as velvet is thy campus , Red thy lofty walls; Tall and stately rise thy windows , Spacious are thy halls. Thou to us hast counsel given , To love things good and true; In the strife of right and evil , ' Thou wilt all our strength renew. We will ever fondly love thee , Live to spread thy fame Strive to make our lives add luster To thy grand and glorious name.
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