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Page 10 text:
If the frontiers of learning are to be pushed back,
the younger generation will do most of the pushing,
but the wise fellow won't learn everything from his
own resources or through the costly school of experi-
enceg he will learn some things from the mistakes and
successes of his elders.
This business of living all happens so fast that
very soon you will be looking back 15 or 20 years
to your high school graduation and saying that it
seems only like day before yesterday. It is inevitable
that you will see some mistakes that you made, but
don't let it be the mistake of ignoring the good advice
that was given by your older friends.
DEAN ALDEN SMITH
Roundup time is here once more, and with it comes
the opportunity to say "Congratulations and best
wishes" to more classes. We wish for each of our
graduates success and happiness: success that will be
achieved through service to others and participation
in constructive community activities, and true happi-
ness that will result from making others happy.
Toward these ends you have worked well during your
three or four years here and each of you has built
for himself a firm foundation of unselfish cooperation
with others. On the basis of your scholastic achieve-
ment, your participation in student government,
athletics, social activities, and service projects, we are
sure that you are ready to take your places in our
community life. Abraham Lincoln is a better place
because you have been hereg we shall miss you.
Best wishes and good luck.
DEAN MARIE WELCH
Page 9 text:
When you who are graduating now came to Lincoln High
School as new students, you we.re greeted cordially and
helped in many ways as you became acquainted. You im-
mediately began to feel the warmth and friendliness of your
new school and were happy to realize that although the
school was large there was in it a feeling of personal regard
for you. Since then you have taken your turn at welcoming
other new students, and have. done your part in keeping
Abraham Lincoln High School a place where people like to
be and where students and teachers enjoy working and
After Education-Business Day this spring one of the guests
wrote that the most impressive thing he observed on his
visit at Lincoln was, to use his own words, "the spirit of
friendliness that emanated from everyone, teachers and pupils
alike." Another visitor wrote, "The outstanding thing in
my mind was the enthusiasm and friendly effort to make
us feel at home." We are pleased at such comments as these
for they show that the spirit of good will in our school
is evident to observers.
Best wishes to you graduates of Fall 1951 and Spring 1952.
You will remain a part of the Lincoln family, and we hope
that you will visit us often. The warm interest your school
has for you will continue through the years.
J. B. HILL
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Lincnln Facult Members
Mr. Williani E. Andrews, Machine Shop, Driver Training.
Mr. Williiim Aubel, German, Physical Education, counselor.
Mrs. Barbara Avery, Solid Geometry, Algebra Theory, Geom-
etry, counselor, head of Mathematics Department.
Miss juner Bellew, Girls' Physical Education.
Mr. Andrew J. Biggi. Spanish.
Mr. Bertram B. Bronson, English.
Mrs. Rosemary D. Brown, Bookkeeping, Typing.
Mr. Loren Christensen, Physiology, Biolo8Y, Mechanical
Walter Christiansen, R.O.T.C.
Gerald Cresci, Applied Arithmetic, Typing.
Howard Edminster, English, journalism, counselor.
joseph Ehrman, Geometry, Basic Math, Algehra.
Floyd French, United States History, Civics.
. Neal George, Commercial Art, General Crafts, A.rt Metal.
C. N. Glattree, Salesmanship, Typing, Wrmrk Experience
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