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Members of the Class of 1913: It seems to me but yesterday since we used to say, " What a wholesome Freshman class. " Today we say, " What a royal Senior class. " We consider it both a pleasure and an honor to submit a word of respect and congratu- lation to this excellent class of young men and women, the largest since our high school became accredited and first grade. No more do we look upon school only as a preparation for life— it is strenuous life itself. In school as elsewhere, " He most lives who thinks most, feels noblest and acts best. " Into such a life we have endeavored to direct this class of excellent young people. In this we are espec- ially interested since the most dangerous transition of a youth ' s life is that which takes him from the authority of home and school to the responsibility of untried liberty. This is the time when the prime object of life should be well defined; when every young person is adjured by every motion that can operate upon a mortal or immortal nature, " to take an observation and to see the star of his destiny is about to reach its zenith on the meridian of Nazareth or of Sodom. " This IS the time when young people learn what strength is theirs and what happiness or woe awaits them. Here we are summoned to make a choice between truth and treachery; between
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The material for " The Senior " has been collected, not without much labor and effort on the part of both the Editing Staff and the class as a whole. For this to be a chronicle of the happenings of the Senior Class would necessitate its being many times larger. We have aimed to deal briefly on those subjects that would interest the reader most. No doubt many errors have crept in, but we ask you to overlook them. The Dayton flood proved to be a great detriment to " The Senior, " as the editor, assistant-editor and the treasurer were doing military duty there for fourteen days. The detriment was even greater, coining as it did, at a time when the work on " The Senior " was heaviest. We feel that many WDrds of thanks are due those who so willingly gave us their assistance. We have to thank the other three classes for their contributions. We espe- cially wish to thank the n e bers of the Senior Class for the way in which they responded with the work assigned tD them. But now we are coding to the close of our High School life and are about to step out into a larger and grarder field. It is with a feeling of gladness and no small amount of sad.:ess, when we thrk of graduation. We look forward to this new life with awe and wonder as to the nr.any possibilities and mysteries it has in store for us. But as has been the case with every progressive ard successful people, we look forward with eager- res3 to launch forth m th s rew field. It is only through this eagerness and an aspiration toward higher and greater things that we are able to become successful in this life. We believe that there has never been a class graduate whose outlook is so great in its posii- bi ' ilies and so positive in its sureties. THE EDITOR.
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honor and dishonor; between moral life and moral death; and he who yields to temptation de- bases himself with a debasement from which he can never arise. Class of 1913, you are entering upon the independent struggle of life. Ever stand for righteousness. Establish high ideals. " Be ashamed to die until you have done something to bless mankind. " Live the life of the Christ. Finally, we thank you for the courtesy and kindness of the past and hope we may be of mutual service in the future. Our confidence and best wishes go with you for good fortune, success and a God speed on life ' s journey. - ■ Sincerely your friend. LATIN COURSE PAULINE ABT R. S. BYRON PEARL M. BAUG IMAN ' MABEL BOWERSMITH HELEN CRAFTS GUILLERMO P. CLUTTER t HELEN M. EWING LENORE McADAMS HARRIET B. MILLER LEOTA MAHAN NEILR. POLING CHARLES EUGENE SANDERSON RUTH SHUSTER JULIA L. SHUSTER KATHLEEN ZITT ENGLISH COURSE ELZIE L. ADAM K. PAUL ABT R. C. ARNOLD EDNA MAE CRONBAUGH LLOYD B. ERNSBERGER RUTH AUGUSTA FULKS HAZEL EUNICE HAINES ROBERT N. LANDFAIR JUSTIN WARD MCELROY JAMES NIRUM MAIN ETHEL Mcelroy LELA MARIE Mcelroy HARRY F. SCHOONOVER HAROLD G. SHORT KATHRYN SHUSTER NORRIS GUY BYRON WELLS DEAN E. WALGAMOT
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