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DEDICATION D E D I C A T E Because you . . . eserve a memorable token of our appreciation, ncourage each of us when our problems become difficult, isplay warm friendliness and understanding at all times, nspire us to seek higher goals and to plan for the future with wisdom, ounsel with us in your busiest moments in order that our problems might become lighter, ppreciate and praise the honors the students bring to our school, ie together the student body, faculty, and administration into one happy family, ndeavor to put us first and to make our days at Andrew Lewis ones that will never be forgotten . . . We, the staff of 1958—59, devotedly dedicate our PIONEER to you, our principal, Mr. DeWITT T. MILLER
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FORWARD From beginning to end, we outline our school year. Opened before you, the pages reveal hidden memories which might otherwise be forgotten. Relived in silhouettes are the pleasant hours of ’58-’59. Work and pleasure are combined to paint a picture com¬ plete in outline. .Activities, experiences, and school work are all summarized. Recaptured in these pages is the spirit of each moment. D esigned with you, our school, in mind, we present the Pioneer of 1959. 4
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' STUDENT COUNCIL Bob Hunt, President of the Student Council, conducts a meeting of the Student Council officers. Left to Right are: Joyce Eversole, Secretary; Bob, Anne Crouch, Vice-President; and Elton Birch, Treasurer. PURPOSE: 1. Striving to represent student body well 2. Conducting projects for benefit of majority ACTIVITIES: 1. Meeting every school day 2. Painting letters on aisle-seats in auditorium 3. Handling printing of student directory 4. Sponsoring first hop 5. Conducting devotions on Friday mornings in auditorium 6. Appointing h all guides during lunch periods 7. Distributing copies of Student Government Constitution to all homerooms 8. Collecting Blue Horse wrappers from students Members of the Student Council are: FIRST ROW, L. to R., Seniors — Betty McDonald, Joyce Routt, Bob Hunt, Joyce Eversole, Elton Birch. SECOND ROW, Juniors — Dottie Bush, Richard Paugh, Anne Crouch, Miss Webb, Sponsor. THIRD ROW, Sophomores — Tommy Robertson, Mona Thornhill, Bob Blankenbaker. FOURTH ROW, Freshmen — Wayne Hall, Phyllis Gilley. FIFTH ROW, Eighth Grade -— Tommy Holliday, Candy Minton. 6
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