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Page 9 text:
FROM MR DUNCAN
"I sxncerelyhope that each of you w1ll accept
all the advantages and opportumtxes of your
school However rn domg th1s remember
that you are obhgated to gxve lt your good
efforts loyalty and enthusrasm for you
recexve accordlng to what you g1ve Good
cxtzzenshlp 18 xmportant everywhere andl
am countmg on each of you to choose what
you thlnk best 1n every 1nstance thus be
W1ll1arn H Duncan
peoples w-lllxngness to vote so our schools are
adequately supported Past records 1nd1cate that
ta.x payers a.nd voters have done th1s It w1ll be
necessary to further th1s to keep 1n step w1th modern
WILLIAMH DUNCAN Pr1nc1pal
developments 1n econonrucs and scmence The school
board hopes to conduct busxness of the schools so
that the confidence of the people w1ll be mented
HASKELL U TLE Y
BILL MOR TON
coming a worthy member of your society." V
' 1 . O 1 . -
Page 8 text:
FROM MR. WHITE
Most people seem to agree that World
Peace can be achieved only through educa-
tion. There are those who believe that
peace must come through education that re-
sults in military superiority. There are
others who think that peace can be attained
only through education that teaches people
to think in terms of peace instead of war.
Perhaps there is some truth in each
of these views. World Peace or peace of
materialism or dreamy idealism. The job
of education, therefore, is to educate the
heart as well as the mind of man.
Let us hope that the schools are doing
their job well.
Wayne H . White
WAYNE WHITE , Superintendent
The greatest desire of the school board is to
give each student the opportunity for the be st educa-
tion possible with money received from the tax
payers of Fayetteville School District 1. To accom-
plish this we strive to keep our physical facilities
and staff at the highest possible level. The advance-
ment in our schools can be measured definitely by
Page 10 text:
MISS VELMA HALL head of Enghsh dept
'Enghsh gxves an opportum y
from whlch to buxld the foundatxon of
educatxon " says Mxss Velma Hall
head of the Enghsh department
The courses offered m the En
dramatxcs and Journallsm Teach
ers are Mrs Gladys Eason M1ss
Velma Hall Mrs Opal Hart Mrs
LaVerne Helfm a.nd Mlss Evelyn
MRS. GLADYS EASON MRS. OPAL HART
MISS EVELYN JONES MRS. LAVERN HEFLIN
M I . 1 . ,
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glish department are: English a.nd
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