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Senior Al Fordyce and junior Evie Evers enjoy themselves during first snowfall of winter season
faculty created harmonious atmosphere
There was nothing worse than the loneliness felt by
new students as they entered a strange and unfamiliar
school for the first time. Not one of these students pos-
sessed this feeling long at Centerville High School.
Centerville students eagerly extended a welcome to
newcomers and prided themselves in their friendliness
toward others. Yet friendship was extended not only
to new students or long-time friends and classmates,
but also to faculty, administration, custodians, and cafe-
teria workers as well.
Even though these friendships provided many laughs
and good times there was still another meaning, a more
important meaning to these friendships. The students
found that they had developed within themselves a new
understanding of other people. Having become better
individuals through this increased understanding, stu-
dents were able to enter the adult world 'and to add
rather than to subtract by their presence.
Senior Shelley Smith befriends lost underclassman Maurie Moodie
by directing her to next class.”