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Qua biAedtoA Sfieahi To Each Reader of the Pioneer: It is a privilege to have this opportunity of expressing to the faculty and to the student body my sincere appreciation of the courtesies and good fellowship shown me during the first year of my second principalship at Andrew Lewis High School. Especially do I ext end greetings and good wishes to each member of the Class of 1948. t The Pioneer records in picture and in story the worthy activities and highlights of achievement that have filled your days at Andrew Lewis. In the years to come may this record not only recall for you the friendships of youth and the happiness of school days, but may it also keep alive in you a steady devotion to your High School and the ideals for which it stands. Very sincerely, c E. B. Broadwater, Principal the pioneer
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Pn,ala fue Behind, the curtain’s mystic fold the glowing future lies unrolled—Bret IIarte. For five years we, the class of forty-eight, have enjoyed the opportunity and privilege of attending Andrew Lewis High School. As we move on to the last scene of our performance, we begin to realize that the great day of graduation, for which we have so long been striving, is almost here. Let us reminisce over our high school years. Suddenly it dawns on us that this act of life is only one portion of the drama that is to be unfolded as the years roll on. It will be in our hands to determine some of the events in the play; others will be decided for us by our Creator. We are only the actors, yet we are the ones who can make or break the production. All parts are portrayed on this stage of life, and we must decide for ourselves whether we shall wear the masque of optimism or of pessimism. We shall find that each act has its moments of enjoyment, its moments of laughter, and those of sorrow. When the entire play is completed, we shall ask no more than that it shall have been of some value to each of us. Believing that the graduates would like a review of their years at Andrew Lewis, and that the underclassmen would like a ‘‘preview” of what is to come, we present for your enjoyment the Pioneer of 1948. The Staff of ’48 forty-eight
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