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Fall The autumn is like a great symphony orchestra, playing incomparable music. The horns are the brilliant reds and golds of the leaves, which send forth their colors for all to see. The winds are like the violins as they play soft melodies of harvest, telling us of the barns laden with food for the coming year. Like the clang of cymbals, a shout rises from a football field, ushering in that great sport of all sports. The autumn symphony plays a school melody as we return to the hallowed halls of Andrew Lewis, there to renew our friendships of the previous year and to extend our hands in a greeting to new friends. With faint tunes, telling of a summer, now past, singing in our heads, we look forward, happily, to the months before us, anticipating a year of activity. We know that we have a task to perform this year, the task of studying hard to prepare ourselves for the coming years. But we spice our work with the fun of football games, hops and all of the extra a ctivities that make our school life all that it is. Our songs blend with the symphony as we cheer our team, whether in victory or defeat. The notes of the band ring clear and true on the crisp night air. The melody blends with that of the symphony, and, together, they play on and on until the song becomes a part of us. Even within the walls of our beloved school, the tune continues; its notes fill every hall. The clang of locker doors, the shrill whistle coming from the gym, the rhythmic click of typewriters, the whispered conversations in study hall, the low rustle of pages in the library, the drone of questions and answers in class, all make up the school melody. The symphony plays on, accented with crisp breezes and gay laughter as we live on, playing with the orchestra the song of songs, life, our lives at Andrew Lewis. •Cf 70
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In the heat of late August, long before students give school days even a fleeting thought, the faculty meets to discuss school plans. Mr. Alexander is pre¬ siding here. In the clinic, angels of mercy, under the supervision of Mrs. Shriver, spend their study time distributing pills and hot water bottles among ailing students. Here, we see them making beds and checking their medicine sup¬ ply for the year. A favorite spot with students is the snack counter in the cafeteria. Mrs. Bradley is al¬ ways there with a friendly word for everyone. Weeks before school begins, Air. Snapp is busy at the long and difficult task of registering every student in the proper place for each hour. Mrs. Evelyn Foley, secretary to the principal, lends a helping hand as they register. Mr. CofTman is the main at¬ traction for most boys and girls during the first few days of school. Long lines of students await h : m each morning to buy books, paper, and pencils so they will get off to the right start with their favorite teachers.
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