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MOST CREATIVE LUCY BETTE CLEM MAC SHERRARD
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BEST LOOKING SHIRLEY FERGUSON PAIGE YOUNG RSO X
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Nearing The Peak . . . Left to Right: Marie Harter, Secretary, Susan Hackman, President, Theda Draper, Vice- President, Jimmie Edwards, Treasurer JUNIORS The mountain climber, when he reaches a breathing place in his climb, stops and looks toward the peak with exultation and with a feeling of almost triumph; in the same manner, the Junior Class looks toward their peak, graduation. It has been a long, hard pull up the steep slope, but they can look back on the ground they have passed over and remember the pleasant times they have had at Andrew Lewis. They anxiously await the day when they, too, can take their places on the front rows as Seniors. They have thought about their place in the world, especially next year, when they really and truly be- come Seniors. The Junior Class is now ready for the duties, responsibilities, and privileges of all Sen¬ iors because they have widened their span of experiences in the past years. This year the Junior Class helped sponsor the Christmas Dance; they had the Junior- Senior Prom which was a highlight in their climb. Juniors have worked on the news¬ paper staff and annual staff. These activi¬ ties and experiences have helped them to climb with ease. They have cooperated with community projects, such as the Com¬ munity Fund compaign, Red Cross and Tuberculosis campaigns; and they have helped with the filling of the Christmas Baskets for the Basket Bureau. Promising leaders developed in the Junior Class have led their group well, and others have followed. Still, there are those who have failed to make the climb; some have dropped out along the way. In fact, only about two-thirds of the number that started out in the eighth grade have reached this level; others have lost their way. Some be¬ cause of reasons that were unavoidable, and others because of poor planning and lack of work. Now, those remaining look forward to ’56 and the goal they are seeking. “By the work one knows the work- man ‘ —J. De La Fontaine M ■12 b-
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