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Page 11 text:
THE PIONEER presents to you— you. The quaint, dwarfish little figures that introduce the different divisions will, we hope, make you laugh as you see them imitate you in your various activities of school life at Alma Mater. Book One is the Personnel of the school — the Faculty, the students by classes, Senior, Junior, Soph¬ omore and Freshman; the Senior Superlatives. Book Two gives the Athletic Events of the year, the ups and downs of your Wolverines in football, basket ball, baseball and track, as well as the sorrows and triumphs of your Lewis girls ' team. Book Three records the Activities of your various organizations and clubs. Book Four, the Miscellany Section, contains school snapshots from here and there and the advertisements of your loyal friends, the business firms of Roanoke and Salem.
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Introduction y " HEN the days have lengthened into weeks, the weeks into months and the months into years, only memory will remain as the bridge between today and yesterday. The purpose of The Pioneer is to strengthen that bridge and to make the past a little nearer than it would otherwise be. In fulfilling this purpose we, the staff, are presenting to you these pages which we hope will ever be a tangible memory of Andrew Lewis. We are all merely “bit players” on this huge stage of life. As seniors, we leave the first act of our play to begin the next act with a mixed feeling of regret and eager anticipation. To the Class of ' 38 and those to come, we indite this issue of The Pioneer with the hope that you will cherish it and that you will allow it to fulfill its purpose, that of bridging the time. When in after years you sit and think—of scenes, friends and teachers—- may this Pioneer relive for you your life at Andrew Lewis.
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Senior and Junior Horne Room Presidents (Members Student Council) Book One THE FACULTY THE CLASSES
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