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Dear Mr. Blankenship:
As we, the seniors of l964, come to the close of our high school days, we look back and
remember all the times in which we have needed a helping hand, and you were there to lend it.
We realize that there were times when we thought you didn't understand us, and we thought
you weren't helping us, but scolding us instead. We see now that you were only doing and telling
us what you thought was the best for us.
As our principal, you not only gave us assistance, you also taught us Civics so we would
know something about our government and how it operates. So many times you have stressed the
importance of being a good citizen by helping to keep this a free country in which to live.
You have also taught us the importance of learning to work with numbers correctly. This is a
vital part of our daily lives.
We will always remember your friendly smile with which you greeted us. Members of the
senior class deeply appreciate the many things that you have done for us, both individually and as
a class. May we always live up to these principles and teachings. We realize that our days at
dear old Dibrell High School were happy ones. In parting we extend to you our very best wishes
for the future, these you so deeply deserve.
The Senior Class
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MISS PAULINE GRIBBLE--B.S.
Miss Pauline, as everyone calls her is one of the
best loved teachers at Dibrell. She has lived in the
community of Dibrell all her life. Teaching the first
grade for many years now is only one of the things
that she enjoys. Helping in the community, working
with flowers, and traveling are some of the other
things which she enjoys doing.
MRS. WILMA GLENN--B. S.
Mrs. Glenn, who just naturally enjoys having fun, is
the second grade teacher at Dibrell. She was born
and reared in Warren County. When she isn't
teaching she enjoys keeping house and entertaining
her daughter, Betty Carolyn.
MRS. ANNIE REEDER
Born in DeKall: County, Mrs. Reeder attended
college at M. T. S.C. She is teaching the third
grade here at Dibrell. Her favorite pastimes are
traveling and reading. She always lends a helping
hand when any activities are going on in school.
MRS. IRENE SUTTON
Mrs. Sutton, one of our new teachers at Dibrell,
was born in Warren Co. and attended school at
Centertown. After attending M. T. S. C. she taught
at Centertown for several years. At present, Mrs.
Sutton is teaching the fourth grade, and when she
has leisure time she likes working with chickens
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