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of 19 3 7 Juniors Adams, Helen Agee, William Akers, Vera Akers, James All, Elsie Alvarado, Alfred Amos, Virginia Andrews, Ai.dine Atkinson, Mildred Baker, Terrence Bavse, Justin Beck, Marion Beckner, Oneda Black, Wanda Blackard, Margaret Blackburn, Evelyn Bliss, Mary Jane Bowman, Lillian Bradley, Irene Brown, James Brubaker, J. Willard Bryant, Thelma Bryant, Ruby Buck, Mildred Bush, Forest Butts, Sarah Byrd, Catherine Campbell, Catherine Campbell, Nealure Carper, Robert Carter, Elizabeth Cecil, Lois Chamberlain, Edmund Cheatham, Margaret Clark, Esther Clark, Lucy Clifton, Claudine Coleman, Charlotte Coleman, Julia Cook, Charles Coon, Jane Crews, Ruth Davidson, Patricia Dean, Henry Dearing, Henry Doughman, Eva Jane Duncan, Georgia Dutton, Hubert Echols, Nancy Ellis, Shirley Epperley, Robert Francisco, Oswald Gallion, Ralph Garrett, Thelma Garst, Kathryn Gearhart, Helen Gilbert, Warren Glass, Samuel Gottschalk, Carl Graybill, Ruth Greenwood, Sarah Grisso, Douglas Grisso, Louis Grubb, Ruby Grubb, Ruie Guthrie, Nadine Hamlin, Charles Harvey, Melvin Hamlett, Virginia Haupt, Jean NOT PICTURED. «f 37 )
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THE PIONEER JUNIOR OFFICERS Mildred Atkinson. President Elmer Shaver. Vice President Gibson Maxwell. Secretary J. Willard Brubaker. Treasurer Junior Sentiments I N OUR new surroundings, three years ago, as Freshmen, we felt very insignifi¬ cant, but the congeniality of the teachers and pupils soon made us feel that we were really a part of the school. The road ahead looked long and hard, but through persistence on our part and untiring effort on the part of our teachers the year’s work was finished. Each year the work is more advanced and our success is measured by the zeal which we put into the task. We are fortunate to live in a period in which it is recognized that high grades are not the only indication of one’s education. It is very pleasant to be able to put up a perfect examination paper and receive a high mark, but a question of vastly more importance is—Do we have the proper appreciation of the subject? As someone has said, “The best reward is the sense of worthy achievement.” There is another important side to our school life, in addition to that of scholastic standing. We will be remembered by our schoolmates and teachers as they know us in school. If they know us to be rude, thoughtless, discourteous, or dishonest, impressions like these are not soon forgotten. If we are kind, thought¬ ful, courteous, and honorable, just so we shall be remembered. People may forgive us for these things, but they cannot forget them. So let us, as Seniors, apply ourselves more earnestly to our work; let us, in the words of Tennyson, “strive, seek, find, not yield”; but let us also keep in our hearts the prayer, “So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.” If we endeavor to cultivate attributes like these, surely our Alma Mater will be proud of us when we go out as Seniors of ’38, for such ideals belong to the traditions which have been handed down from the early days of Salem High School. It is these which distinguish our beloved Andrew Lewis High School today. 4 36 U June Hoover
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THE PIONEER Juniors Hayden, Howard Helms, Lottie Helvey, Lester Henderson, Hazel Henderson, Herbert Hendrick, Pleasant Higginbotham, Mary S. Hodges, Dorothy Jane Hollyfield, Mary Hope Hontz, Eleanor Hoover, June Hough, Mac Huff, Lucille Hurdle, Dan Hurt, Billy Johnson, Cletis Jarrett, Alonza Jones, Elbyrne Jones, Marvin Jones, Mildred Jones, Viola Joyce, Marguerite Keith, Geraldine Kessler, Avis Kilby, Beatrice Kimmerling, Dorothy Kinzie, John Koogler, Ruth Lambert, Robert Lavinder, Latherine Lawrence, Harrel Lemon, Eleanor Jo Leonard, Kathleen Long, Margaret Lovern, Frances Loving, Marvel Macom, Jack Maihl, Juanita Marmaduke, Jack Martin, Gertrude Martin, Lucy Masincup, Thelma Maxwell, Gibson Maxwell, Jean McCallum, Betty McCauley, Mary Virginia McClung, Jeane McDaniel, Fred McDaniel, Ruby McGhee, Elizabeth 4 38 Meador, Gladys Miles, Edna Mae Morton, Randolph Miller, Anna Morgan, Mary Alice Mowles, Mildred Mowles, Raymond Murphy, Frances Murphy, Virginia Nicar, Nick Nichols, Lucille Oakey, David Oakey, Miriam Osborne, Wincie Overstreet, Eva Owen, Emily Oyler, Gladys NOT PICTURED.
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