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Roberi B. Jessen H'
"We have enfifled fhis book 'Anchors' because
we feel fhaf if will be a fie binding us fo The pasf-
a link befween fhe communify which we are leaving
and fhe greafer communify info which we shall be
These words appeared in fhe firsf "Anchors"
in IQ36. We have come a long way since fhaf wire-
bound book was firsf published. buf we sfill affirm
fhe purpose of if. The members of fhis senior
class, fogefher wifh ofhers of fheir generafion,
musf provide fhe leadership fhaf is essenfial fo
creafe order in fhis era of chaos. To accomplish
fhis fask we shall need every available resource
wifhin our grasp: a broad and comprehensive back'
ground of hisfory and presenf day world affairs:
a feeling of folerance foward ofher people and
nafions: a sfrong adherence fo fhe principles by
which fhis counfry was founded.
lf is imporfanf fhaf we have a firm foundafion
for our role in fhis world of reconsfrucfion and re-
habilifafion. This basis has been well provided for
us by fhose men and women who have unselfishly
dedicafed Themselves fo fhe field of educafion.
To fhese people we should feel an everlasfing debf
of grafifude. If is fhey who have faughf us fo forge
fhe chain fhaf represenfs our lives, fhe chain of
which our yearbook is buf one link. This book will
be a consfanf buf pleasanf reminder of fhese
We shall go on forging our chain in whaf will
perhaps be fhe mosf imporfanf era yef seen in
human hisfory. This is an age of fechnological ad-
vancernenf fhaf is making fhis world a beffer place
iniwhich fo live. The ominous fhreaf fhaf com-
munism presenfs musf be overcome if we are fo
confinue in fhe American Way. In fhis fighf we
shall play an acfive parf. Whaf fhe fufure holds for
us we do nof know. However, we can hope only
fhaf whafever "parf we are fo play, whefher if is
fo be fhaf of a merchanf ship, or fhaf of a small
fug,"" we will improve fhe sfafus of our fellowmen.
Reber? B. Jessen
" "Anchors l936"
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Wafson E Sanford
Memor no m
Wafson E Sanford was a genrleman whose manner afrracred many friends and
a glance fha? hrs lrfe was dedrcafed fo a number of communiry
d as a member of rhe Board of Educafion, and for
+ Durmg fhrs 'rrme he familiarized
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causes For fwenry years he serve
ren of 'rhose lwenfy years he was nfs presnden
hrmself wrfh our problems and he worked hrelessly In our rnreres
He became a parf of our lrfe here In Arlrngfon Hrgh School hrs unfime y
has broughr sorrow fo 'rhe sfudenfs alumna and faculfy
To lhe memory of fhrs man we respecffully dedrcafe our Anchors .
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Lef to Rrght H old C Ste Supermiendent of Schools
Do ald J Ne so Prunclpal of Arlmgton H gh School
All worlr Thai' rs worfh anyfhmg IS done In 'FarTh
Someone has sard ThaT hope rs conhdence rn The
TuTure buT ThaT TarTh rs confrdence rn The presenr
And :T rs The presenT wrTh whrch we have To deal
here now on The Threshold oT a new phase oT lrfe
The Buble warns us ThaT Tarfh wrThouT worlcs
barren Conversely a greaf humanrTarran and
Nobel peace prrze wrnner rmplres rn The quoTaTron
above ThaT worlcs wrThouT TarTh are oT lrTTle worTh
lT Takes a cornbrnahon of The Two TarTh and works,
worlcs an TarTh To guaranTee resulTs oT lasTrng
In lrTe we may be cerTarn ThaT generous servrce
performed rn a sprrrT oT conhdence, lrlce good
seed sown upon Terhle ground rn due season wrll
yreld a rrch rewardrng harvesf
HAROLD C. STORM
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF l954
As you Turn The pages of your Anchors year
aTTer year you wall enloy rn reTrospecT The personal
Trnendshrp and The Teachers who gave you new
You are more prepared Today To Talce yc r
place rn socrefy however aTTer graduahon a per
sons success depends on has own ambrhon, hrs
resourceTulness and hrs abrlrTy To malce use OT has
From your Tour years an ArlrngTon you can recall
some personal Trrurnphs and perhaps some Tarlures
buT They wall all merge mTo an unTorgeTTalole
memory called 'Our School Days "
DONALD J. NELSON
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