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Foreword Another autumn of flaming colors has been swept away by the icy wind of winter, which, in its turn, was melted by the first warm breath of spring and so another year has passed. We remember how it began, how energetic we were as we fell into the mad rush of our new classes and how none could escape the fervor of our spirit as it swelled from our pep assemblies in songs and yells to announce the football season. But then came the drab, dreary days when we felt warm and content to sit in our classrooms as the cold rains beat against the windows. Soon, however, we noticed that sunny little dandelions had sprung up overnight in the court and at lunch time the green spring lawn grew more and more inviting. Now the last pages of our calendar have been turned and the year is ended. Each season brought its days of torrent rain and streaming sunshine, just as our years to come will bring us days of happiness and some of grief. But as each season progresses toward the next, so let this year help us on our way for those to come. Whether it was our first year, a transitional year, or our final year at Andrew Lewis, each of us will want to remember it, and so our purpose has been to give a story of this year, season by season, just as it happened. With the hope that now, or in years to come, as you turn these pages, you will relive this year, we present the Pioneer of 1953. 4 -o $ 6 ft
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to Seek Guidance, to Share, to Have Fun, and to Make Friends.
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James E. Peters Dedication To one who has high ideals, To one who has given richly of his life and experience to innumerable students, To one who has been a friend of the years, ambassador of cheer, hope, and good will, exponent of trust and best in friend, as a token of gratitude for being a true friend to every student, We, the staff, dedicate the 1953 Pioneer. “A Friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of Nature.” — Emerson. I '
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