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The World Over
A Key to Contemporolry
Some say that we learn by other Peoples, mistakes but, as we
turn back the pages of history we find ourselves making the same
mistakes that others before us have made.
Helping the students turn these pages are Mr. Cook, Mr. Keys,
and Mr. Russell. Through these teachers' combined efforts, students
advance from an understanding of the beginnings of democracy,
through the history of New York State, on to a course in world his-
tory and finally progressing to the point of considering the United
States as a sovereign power and how it tits into the world picture as
such a power.
And George said to Martha .....
How'd you like a nice "Hawaiian Punch?"
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Only 39V2 minutes to go.
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Books! Books! Books! All sizes and kinds are to be
found in the school's two libraries. Elementary pupils find
entertainment reading in the wide variety of fiction books
available in the elementary library. Mrs. Auer, the librarian,
is always ready to help them in their selection and accom-
plishes the task of keeping the library running smoothly.
With its reservoir of 4,000 books and regular issues of 50
magazines and newspaper subscriptions the Jr. Sr. High
School library provides pleasure reading of books and mag-
azines. The use of the listening center for relaxation is a
privilege earned by those students who have passing grades.
An Outlet ot loleols
The English language today exists in a variety of forms across th
United States. The Texans are characterized by the drawl which
they add to spice the language and hillbillies also have their own
interpretations. But with whatever trimmings it may have, the Eng-
lish language is still recognized as a means of communication.
Through this vehicle, people are able to express themselves. The
poet, journalist, and author depend upon a pen and a knowledge
of their language to put their ideas across to those around them. It
is the objective of the English department, through the use of gram-
mar courses, and the many forms of literature, to develop in the
student a greater understanding and effective means he has with
which to express himself.
The English department is divided as follows:
Miss Lydell and Mrs. Rickers-Seventh Grade English
Miss Gleason-Eighth Grade English
Mr. Thomas-Ninth and Tenth Grade English
Mr. MorganMEleventh and Twelfth Grade English
He's cute, isn't he?
I wonder if I could get one of them.
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Science cmd Mouth
Physicists, chemists, biologists, mathematicians-
a wide field of professions. They are all bound to-
gether in a common goal, the advancement of hu-
manity through a better knowledge of the world in
which we live.
Each succeeding generation has produced its
group of dedicated men who have added to the
storehouse of scientific knowledge.
Unlike the American Frontier, officially closed
in 1890, the scientific frontier will never close due
to the ever expanding nature of the field.
The ever expanding courses offered in science
and mathematics in Clymer Central School also
represents a frontier expanding with the need for a
broader base in all areas of study. Teacher and stu-
The calm before the storm.
And the next chapter is . . . Who said that?
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