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"A teacher affects eternity, she can never tell
where her influence stops." Teachers may influence
their students in many ways. The teacher who has
been chosen for this dedication has been influencing
her students for many years in three of the most
important ways-guidance, examples, and instruction.
Proper guidance of a student is second onl to
instruction in a teacher's profession, and this Bracken-
ridge teacher has done more than her share in this
field. Her teaching position is a natural one for gain-
ing the confidence of students, and her kind under-
standing and sincere interest has helped them im-
measurabl . She always has an encouraging word
for struggling students, and she contributes much of
her time to the guidance of those students who will
become the leaders of our country within a few years.
By setting many good examples she has gained
the respect and admiration of both students and
faculty. Her smiling hell0's and sympathetic man-
ner reveal a charming disposition. There is no one
who is more ready to accept extra duties or responsi-
bilities, and her perserverance and diligence to duty
are very important facets in an irreproachable char-
Actual instruction of students in a teacher's
special field is of the utmost importance. There are
many varied fields of teaching. Some are, by ne-
cessity, more formal than others, however, this lady
prefers the less formal classroom and she is well
nown for her industrious group of students. Each
day she teaches girls a skill which they will use
throughout life, with limitless patience she assists
her students in their work when a complication arises.
In appreciation for her years of service and loyal-
ty to Brackenridge, the 1960 La Retama staff has
chosen to dedicate this forty-first volume of La Re-
tama to one whose olden deeds have carved another
link in our chain of treasured memories. It is with
gratitude that we dedicate "the Golden Chain of
Memories" to a friend of everyone, Miss Selby Moore.
We sincerely hope that Brackenridge students will
continue to profit from her wonderful teaching
for many more years.
MISS SELBY MOORE
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