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"To tlzcsc, then, let us raise our parting lzynzn of praise."
HE efficiency of the ffraduates of a scholastic institution is measured
of a faculty is set not only by the instructive povx ers of its members
but also by their sympa.hy and friendship with the student-body.
XYith complete cognizance of this standard. this class of nineteen-twelve of the
Central High School realizes that it has been guided through the four years
of its high school career by a corps of teachers which possesses each of these
attributes. which is demonstrated also by the excellent collegiate records of
Each member of the class recognizes the ability of the faculty as a unit.
Each member of the faculty is dearer to certain individuals of us than are the
remaining teachers, as each teacher has his or her particular group of admirers
among the student-body. This fact is attributable largely to association and
largely to temperament. Each class. though. has, as its own, several members
of the faculty who are especially appreciated by the class as a whole, because
of their association as senior year guardians. The teachers who have presided
over our destinies, during our graduating year. and are the objects of our class-
appreciation for their guardianship and advice, are Miss Alice Botkin, Miss Ella
Morgan, and Miss Emily Sleman. the supervisors of Class Room Six and Study
Hall One. To these three, therefore, whose parting influence and friendship
we feel as we depart from this institution, we, the class of nineteen-twelve.
tender our sincere and hearty appreciation of their efforts in our behalf.
-' solely by the efhciency of its faculty. The criterion of the efficiency
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gf 055- 0 Emmy Nl Wusnw alumnms ex teacher and p1incipal of our
K th1s Ereclq pubhshed by the class of nmeteen hundred and
twelve of the Central Hlgh School IS aftecuonately and
Q r' f'.:r, V, ,- A - N
3" 5 SQ institution, and a friend of each student, graduate and teacher,
Pier! 1 M . y . . K.
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