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ww DOWN THROUGH THE AGES man has become confused and fright-
ened when confronted with problems of which he is ignorant. Only
knowledge has torn aside the veil of ignorance.
This book is dedicated to the students who remain at Castlernont, and
those who in the future will enter Castlernont.
They are the future-the corrections of yesterday's mistakes, and the
hopeful tornorrows. They enter these majestic halls in anticipation of what
lies before them: they will leave with added knowledge, as they continue
on the road of life.
As the search for knowledge is ever ceaseless, we, the graduates,
have availed ourselves of the opportunities that the past twelve years
have offered us.
We hope that future graduates will continue to hold high the flame of
knowledge as they tread the dark corridors of ignorance.
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rr THE 1952 FALCON STAFF wishes to acknowledge appreciation to the
following people, who have made the publishing of this book possible.
Mr. Paul Brazelton of the Fontes Printing Co., Mr. William Thurlow of
the California Art and Engraving Co., Mr. Hal Matson and staff of Hal
Mr. Paul Gaertner and the art department, Mr. Fredrick Cooper, Mr.
Milton McDowell, Chuck Bloch and the Falcon salesmen. To Dot Silva,
Barbara Correia, Lennie Stenge, and Larry Gertz, photographer, and the
staffs of Ye Castle Crier for their publicity and cooperation, and to Dr. C. A.
McMillan for his help, suggestions. and understanding.”