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It has been the aim of the 1942 Staff to present, through picture and story, a faithful and accurate portrayal of the life and spirit of Andrew Lewis High School, and by that portrayal, to show that “Andrew Lewis High School Serves the Community.” We, at Andrew Lewis, endeavor to make our school of real service, not only to our immediate community, but to that larger com¬ munity which is also ours to serve—our Country. In the developing of this theme, we have re¬ corded the addresses delivered by members of the Graduating Class of ’41, in an effort to show how our students are trained in the various skills to fill places of responsibility and usefulness in the community skills in thinking, in reading, in expression, in scientific procedures, in computation, in mechanics, and a host of other fields—skills that are certainly no less important now that our
Page 7 text:
2,122 books were collected during the Victory Book Campaign. Hugh Brand and William Colony brought over ioo books each Mr. Z. T. Kyle, Andrew Lewis High School Principal, is seen pre¬ senting a check for five hundred dollars to Mr. ]. E. Carper, Chairman of the Red Cross War Emergency Drive. This represents the donation of the school to the emergency drive. Mr. Roland E. Cook, Superintendent of the Roanoke County Schools, is looking on. '
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country is at war. In this year of 1942, we have worked harder than before to produce skills and to develop stamina—health, physical hardihood, alertness, and vigor—for these are essential to effective service and make for Victory. We have considered it a happy privilege to be called on by our local community to participate in all phases of our National Defense Program, and have cooper¬ ated to the fullest extent. At Andrew Lewis young and strong hands have been trained in the functioning of Democracy —trained to render valuable service of many kinds. These hands, inspired by the words of the past, will build for the future a better world—a world in which men seek to serve rather than to oppress, to live in unity and understanding instead of strife and bloodshed.
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