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

 - Class of 1954

Page 19 of 184

 

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Page 19 text:

Emglits Cease not to learn until thou cease to live; Think that day lost wherein thou draw’st no letter To make thouself more learned, wiser, better. —Guy de Faur Pibrac, “Collection of Quatrains”

Page 18 text:

TO THE SENIORS “Time flies away, and cannot be restored.” — Virgil IME flies. How well we know the truth of that statement! What seemed to be an interminable number of years to us as an awed group of eighth graders has sped by until now as we read these words we are the Seniors of 1954. Our class has de¬ creased in size but we, as members of the class have grown in many ways, in con¬ fidence from shy children to confident young adults, in stature from awkward adolescence to erect manhood and graceful womanhood, in intelligence from unenlightened grade schoolers to well-informed citizens, in responsibility from dependence on others to relative independence. We h ave worked and played during these years, playing while we worked and, unknowingly learning while we played. Our school has guided us as we traveled the road to learning, boosting us over the high places and lending a helping hand when we stumbled and fell over some rough spots of education. Our teachers have been our friends or our enemies as we chose to make them. They have willingly given of their knowledge and experience so that we might learn more easily the lessons that will help us to become the happy, successful citizens that they have tried to make us. Our time here at Andrew Lewis will soon be only past history. We shall come back to visit, hoping to catch that feeling of belonging which now is ours, but it will elude us and we shall know that the school is no longer ours. We shall look with envy at those who still share a part of the school and hope that they will hold tightly to every minute while it is theirs. Time flies but as we travel the road of life, perhaps we shall pass and as we do, we shall proudly clasp hands, for the golden cord which binds classmates is strong and does not wear with time. Proudly we shall speak and proudly we shall continue down the road, singing as we go . . . “Oh, Andrew Lewis, school adored, Our Alma Mater dear, Fond memories of thee we’ll hold Our hearts and minds to cheer. We’ll ever more thy name adore And honors to thee bring. And now thy sons and daughters true, Loud praises to thee sing.”



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Shirley Thomas, Secretary; Kellogg Hunt, President; Georgia Crawford, Vice President; Pat Garner, Treasurer SENIOR CLASS As long ago in days of old, Brave men received their knighthood, Today our Seniors in armor bright, Have received their varied honors. For five years, these seniors have kept the halls of Andrew Lewis ringing. The years were filled with work, with hopes, with yearnings; yet, intermingled with these, have been many hours of joys, of hopes come true, and of dreams realized. Now facing each of these seniors is a lifetime of competi¬ tion and strivings. They are now going out into a world of heartbreak and hard work, but it is a world which gives success and happiness to all who seek them. Although the going will not always be easy, our highest confidence and trust will remain in the Andrew Lewis graduates. Hgf 16 }

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