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Dear Fellow Students
The busy and happy days that you have spent at Berry
are now comlng to an end Soon you wlll be ln other schools
of endeavor Let me beg of vou to carry wxth you the student
mmd always ready to learn and let me beg of you to keep
the same earnestness of purpose and smcerlty of lxvlng that
have been yours at Berry
It IS Wlth regret that we see you leave the walks and work
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G. Leland Green,
B. S., Pd. D.
Dear members of the Graduating Classes:
As you go out from Berry, it is my earnest hope that the
training which you have received may make you happy and
successful in your life work.
Above all, I pray that perhaps some earnest, stimulating
word, some kindly handclasp or some knowing sympathetic
soul may have stirred the deep springs of your life into a
passion for noble things and loving service for humanity.
Let us remember that the measure of a man is not fame
or wealth or favorable notoriety, but rather the life he leads,
the work he did in his chosen vocation and the contribution he
made to the comfort and help of his fellow men.
An unknown author has defined the measure of a man
and let me close by quoting his sympathetic words so filled
"Not, how did he die but how did he live,
Not, what did he gain but what did he give?
These are the units to measure the worth
Of a man as a man regardless of birth.
"Not, what his station, but had he a heart,
And how did he play his God-given part?
Not, what did the sketch in the newspaper say,
But how many were sorry when he passed away?"
Most sincerely yours, .
G. LELAND GREEN
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Alice L. Wingo, A. M.
Dear Classes of 1929:
Farewells are always painful, yet we know that they must
be. You girls remember the poem we read together about the
little house and the little road. "The little road says 'Go' ".
And so it is. The little road is calling you. You must leave the
little house and make your way down the untried road of Life.
Sir James Barrie in his rectorial address to the students
of St. Andrew's University said, "I would that I could put into
your hands a staff for that somewhat bloody march." All
teachers have that wish. And indeed your education does
furnish you that staff. Here at Berry in a very special way
you are given the experience of working and overcoming difii-
culties, of bearing hardness like good soldiers that fits you for
the struggle that awaits you in the big world outside.
The life that you have here in this goodly, godly place,
working together serving and being served loving and being
loved blessing and being blessed" makes you the kind of men
and women that the world is so much needing. This I verily
As you go out from us I do not wish for you easy places,
but places that will challenge the best that is in you. Remem-
ber Berry is expecting great things of you Not "great things
xas the world counts greatness always, but true things. As
Miss Berry has always wanted the Berry life to be simple
and genuine so we want the Berry girl or boy wherever she or
he goes to bear those marks-the sterling stamp of true worth.
ALICE LOGAN WINGO
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