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HE FOOTHILLS FLAME
MAIN ENTRANCE 'ro THE SCHOOL
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State Board of Education
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CALIFORNIA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
Culbert L. Olson
Governor of California
Walter F. Dexter
Superintendent of Public Instruction
and Director of Education
Sam H. Cohn
Deputy Director of Education
A. Heber Winder, President e
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Miss Alice Rose Power
Armiscead B. Carter
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THE FOOTHILLS FLAME 1-9-3'9
ELwooD A. STEVENSON
To the Class of '39:
Each year as the skein of time unwinds and we approach the day when
the graduating class completes its work, it becomes my pleasant duty to
give a word in parting. This is not always a very easy thing to do because
often words fail to give evidence to full and actual feeling on an occasion
such as this. However, it does mean the ending and the beginning, and
calls for both thought and advice-thought of the years that have passed
and what they have covered-the pleasant memories, the golden hours, the
splendid opportunities, and the everlasting friendships.
Each of you takes away in proportion to your efforts and your parti-
cipation in the worthwhile things in your school life. Your officers, your
teachers, and your superintendent have endeavored to afford you the best.
Your school-your Alma Mater-has served you. For all these years the
service has been from your school and your State. However, in all good
things, in all phases of successful life, there is always a balance of give and
take. No service should be one-sided.
This leads me to emphasize your class motto-'QBe Loyal to Your
Alma lVlater.', This is a very commendable thought and one that will
bring you much happiness and mean much to the success of your school
in the future. Be true to your motto and instil the same spirit into the
lives and minds of all other graduates. Such strong spirit in the proper
channels will mean much to the future of the deaf in California.
Best wishes to you all.
G I 'e4f'f'A1-'a1'Yl
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