Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA)

 - Class of 1942

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Stately and strong stands our Alma Mater, teaching us At Andrew Lewis we have been one large happy family, strength and fortitude. working together and playing together. Memories of many joyful experiences and sweet friendships will linger with us through life. Examination grades can be really important for they are recorded in the big book in the office for future reference. These students seem to realize this as they strive to do their very best. The boys have to dress in a hurry, for one must never be late for practice, or for class after gym.

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inevitable that we look with pride toward those accomplishments the rolling years have left behind us. A summation of the recent history of any community must make allowance for the part the school played in promoting the local welfare. Thomas Jefferson, our greatest Virginian, in wording his own epitaph, chose the founding of our state university as one of the three greatest achieve¬ ments of his eventful life. Until now, the American tradition that freedom’s cornerstone is nestled securely in the schoolhouse has not been lost sight of, and it is our duty to see that this does not happen. For this reason, we have chosen as the theme of this vitalized commencement, “Serving Our Community.” We should like, tonight, to give our parents and friends a panoramic view of our life here at Andrew Lewis High School, and to visualize the wide field of opportunity presented to us. Under the roof of this building, all of us have had the chance to develop those talents that will shape our careers. We believe that the work we have done here is important. It has been by no means dull drudgery. It has taught us not only to make a living, but also to enjoy life. The speakers who follow me tonight will Typical scene of the work which goes on regularly take you on an imaginary journey to every de- in the School Shop. partment of our school. They will tell you how, under the patient guidance of our teachers, we have learned to earn a living, to cooperate in a group, and also to think independently. We are proud of our past. For you, our parents, these years have been eventful, and for us, your children, they have laid a foundation for life. For us both, these years ahead are the ones that will make history. In spite of the clouds which now envelop the world, we hope and be¬ lieve in the future of Salem, Roanoke County, and Andrew Lewis High School. We, with the rest of the world, are waiting for the sunrise. Evelyn Taylor Smith



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On the beautiful Autumn and Spring days, what delight to gather in groups on the campus with our friends for a little relaxation in the glorious sunshine! The electric bell sounds reminding us that it is time to make for our lockers to get our books to be on time for class. Fun is over for a while. This is tke Reference Room of the Library. No loafers need come here, only those who have reference work for their classes.

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