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Page 8 text:
To the Student Body of Central High School:
What have you learned thus far in school? To seniors particularly l should
like to address this question. I realize that it is a difficult question to answer
because you cannot very well separate the things you have learned in school
from the things you have learned elsewhere. Also it is very difficult at any
time to take inventory of the things we have actually learned. However, if
you have learned to get along better with the people with whom you associate
and have learned how to read, your teachers and administrators will be happy.
By reading, I mean fair mastery of the reading study skills, which are: The
ability to locate information, the ability to select that part which has c
bearing upon your problem, the ability to evaluate what you read, the
ability to organize it in a way that will make it more meaningful to you anc
others, and finally, the ability to determine what to remember and how tc
Armed with the ability to get along with people and with the reading study
skills, coupled of course with wholesome attitudes toward life, its origin anc
purposes, we predict for you success in all worthy undertakings. Such is oui
wish for you.
J. R. Holmes
Page 7 text:
Moffatt. Assistant Editor
George Dodson, Editor-in-Chief
Hobo Doy Snops
Special Side Trips
Page 9 text:
Through the courtesy of the Muskogee Board
of Education, these tours of Central and the student
activities have been made possible. This board is
composed of four business men, who donate their
time and efforts to school problems. All members
are elected by the citizens of Muskogee and are re-
sponsible for the operation of the school system.
C. A. Ambrister has served on the board for
four years and is an attorney-at-law. At the pres-
ent time he is serving as city attorney.
A six year member of the board is W. H. Cun-
ningham, who is the Secretary of the Victor Build-
ing and Loan Association.
Arthur Catlett, manager of the Commercial
Lumber Company, has been with the board since
l926 and is now serving as 'the president of the
J. A. Lathim, a five year member, is the secre-
tary-recorder of the Masonic Building Association
and the Grand York Rite Masonic Bodies of Okla-
homa and also of the local masonic bodies.
The clerk of the board for the past fifteen
years has been E. D. Cave.
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