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The Upward Climb Towering above us, in their thousand and one moods, as we view them from Andrew Lewis, are our beloved mountains. In them we see our Father’s hand, and also a reminder of the fact that if we would attain those ambitions and dreams which all of us have, we must work at least as hard to reach them as we would to reach the top of one of the peaks. In the past year we have made progress toward a realization of our dreams. Some have made great progress; others little. In either case, we have not worked alone. Our friends and guides have made the path far less arduous by their help and guidance in our work and by making possible the good times that have relaxed us along the way and given us new ideas and renewed vigor. With the confidence which springs from such associations, we face the future, the rising sun, with the hope that those who have achieved much will be more successful and those who have achieved little will keep climbing un¬ daunted with happiness in their hearts.
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E. B. Broadwater Principal Greetings: To all the students of Andrew Lewis, I bring you the greetings and good wishes of the entire teaching staff and their administrative officials. Each club, team, and organized group in school has as one of its recognized purposes and obligations the building of a worthy Andrew Lewis High tradition. No group has a finer opportunity for the furtherance of this purpose than the Annual Staff; no group in school works harder to add to our good traditions than do those who bring us each year the Pioneer. To the staff and its sponsors who again give us this volume to enjoy, I express the thanks of the school. Sincerely, 7 lo Discussing school policies with our Prin¬ cipal, Mr. Broadwater, are Sam Harvey, Senior Class President, Karen Johnston, Editor of the Pioneer, and Buddy Eakin, Student Body President. E. B. Broadwater, Principal
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