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Page 7 text:
We hope that we are presenting you an annual which
surpasses any of previous years. It is inevitable there-
fore, that we honor one who has been responsible for the
conceiving of this project. But she has not only been the
guiding spirit of the present annual, she has contributed
herself and her talents as well to annuals and current num-
bers for many years. Most students know her as the Head of
the English Department but we are honoring her expressly for
her work on the Panorama. Through a process of white lies
and elaborate farces, Miss Carpenter has been kept unaware
of this honor to be bestowed upon her. The Panorama Staff
would like her to know that they could not publish the an-
nual, for which she has worked with boundless patience and
infinite interest, for which she has planned and dreamed,
and that the book would be incomplete were we not to de-
dicate this new and improved annual to miss Florence Car-
The Panorama Staff
Page 6 text:
We speak often in high praise of some one or more
persons who have given us great and faithful service.
That is well and should not be neglected, but we of the
Panorama Staff have decided to honor a service done for
us not by a person but by a building. The Central high
school building has contained, sheltered, and even in-
spired the students of B.C.H.S. for twenty-five years.
It is fitting, therefore, that we recognize this service
by making our building, it's rooms, it's halls, it's col-
umns and arches, the subject of the theme of the Panorama
Annual. We the students of Central are proud of and grate-
ful for the gentle beauty of our building which has not
deteriorated with it's age but has rather mellowed and
approached the dignity which only time could lend to it.
We are proud of and grateful for the long green, sloping
lawn which serves to transcend silently the school from
the noisy clatter of the busy street and we are proud of
the entire architectural structure of the building which
one can find no longer in modern buildings but which is
a welcome and untiring sight to student's eyes. We are
glad that we can study in surroundings which seem to of-
fer a gentle quietness conducive to the work that we
must do. In contrast however, we offer the Panorama
Annual, brisk and modern honoring the extensive service
Page 8 text:
We have honoured our school building by making it
the theme of the Panorama Annual. We praised highly its
lawns, its corridors, its rooms and arches. We praised
them for their neat and untiring beauty. IS it not fit-
ting, therefore, that we also honour the man that made
them, then kept them that way. We honoured the school
because it had been in its place for twenty-five years.
Mr. Charles Morse recently celebrated the twenty fifth
anniversary of his unabated service to the schools system
of Binghamton, N. Y. as the Buildings Superintendent. Mr.
Morse can well be proud of his record, for it is not often
that a man can claim a quarter of a century of uninterrup-
ted service to one task, the unbelievably mammoth task of
keeping the school buildings of a city in good appearance
and order despite the ravages of weather, time and over-
enthusiastic students. Central can claim a special tie to
Mr. Morse for he has had an interest in our activities
which has remained undying throughout the years. So for
your interest and achievement, Mr. Morse, we salute you.
The Panorama Staff
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