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Sincerely endeavoring wisely to administer
the school, this body of eight civic-minded citi-
zens has led us through :mother year of war.
Their part in preparing us, the future citizens
of America, was ably done.
It is a hard job to please a school full of peo-
pleg the Board of liducation did not let this
hinder them in carrying out their excellent
program. We of not so acute judgment realize
now that what they did was best, and will con-
tinue to be so.
Letting wisdom and foresight be their guide,
they have chosen the curriculum, teachers, and
textbooks for our fair school. Their repeated
efforts at improving the school institutes con-
fidence in us. Their superb ability at their task
has been shown by the quality of this year's
graduating class. They owe their fine pre-
paredness to meet the problems of living to
these fine people.
The war has presented apparently insur--
mountable obstacles. Courageously they stuck
to the job until it was done. This was their cog
in the machine of education. We cannot be
too high in our praise of the task they have
done so well.
Board of Education
Left to right: W. D. Norwood, Lee O. Smith, W, Edgar Arthur, Sr., Mrs. J. P. Vickers, Secretary, Dr. C. H. Walker,
President, James A. Redmond, jack Myers, Ben Shipley.
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