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To the Class of1968
It is hard to imagine that When We began to associate together Cyour class and D you
were only in the 3rd grade and since that first year of the Black River Consolidation
11958-19595 your application to responsibility and duty: your desire to complete at a
minimum, at least, your 12 years of formal public education has brought you to your
senior year and 1968 . I commend you and sincerely hope that the past years of learn-
ing has put you nearer to the 'goals you have set for yourself. For some of you formal
education will end with your graduation, for others, there will be other classmates and
more schooling and training .
I would like to say that the majority of you have the mettle to cope with the World of
tomorrow and the capacity to make fine contributions to your community, state and
nation. Do not hesitate to apply yourself, Work hard, try to understand other people,
and above all, make your life meaningful and purposeful.
1 am sure your generation will contend with more human problems and make
greater decisions than the past generations. The knowledge explosion is vividly illus-
trated throughout society .
You will utilize more intellect and deeper understanding for the advancement of
future generations, who like your generation will advance with a greater knowledge of
IVIr. Thomas Bangert Superintendent
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Mr. William Howard Snoddy
Mrs. Treva Kirkpatrick, Clerk
Mr. Donald Wandel
Mr. Lawrence Scheck
Mr. C. Douglas Hummel
Mr. Bert Rollin
Bernice Phillips and Mary McFadden H.S. Employees Bernice Dalgleish
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Nlr. Donald Larabee, Principal
Being a native son of Sullivan, Mr . Larabee was born on April 25, 1922 two miles
east of Sullivan, the son of Olive Josephine Knapp and Clifford E . Larabee . The family
moved to Cleveland, Ohio when he was six years old where they lived until moving to
Wellington, Ohio when Mr. Larabee was in the ninth grade. He graduated from Well-
ington High School in June of 1941 .
Mr. Larabee was in the U.S. Army from October 1942 until january 1946 serving
in the South Pacific for two years on the staff of General Douglas MacArthur.
After his discharge from the U.S . Army, Mr. Larabee attended Ashland College,
majoring in business education. He graduated in June 1949 . Mr . Larabee attended
summer schools at Gregg College, Colorado State Teacher's College, Ohio State Uni-
versity and Kent State University from which he graduated in August 1957 with a
Masters Degree in School Administration.
Mr . Larabee's teaching career started at Chatfield High School, Crawford County,
where he taught business subjects . From there he went to Perrysville High School
where' he taught for three years . Mr. Larabee came to Sullivan as local executive
head in 1952 and has been in the Sullivan--Black River School District for fifteen years
He was made high school principal of the newly consolidated Black River High School
Mr. Larabee was married to Margaret Ethel Bohlen on December 29, 1946 . They
have three sons: Scott Eric, a sophomore at Ashland Collegeg Bruce Edward, a senior
at Black River High School, and Ronald Almer, a freshman at Black River High School.
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