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of your high school instructors. Your days have been planned for you
in great detail, your food and shelter have been furnished by your ELMER C. RICH, B. E.
parents, and your responsibilities have been few. With the granting of Mauuaf Arlx
our high school diploma you will exchange all this security and these N. Ill., State Teachers College
well planned activities for a new freedom. You will be free to choose
your actions as you see tit. But with this freedom also goes a great
responsibility. You alone will be responsible for determining whether
you are to become a sucessful, useful citizen. There are many oppor-
tunities today as there have always been, but to attain success in any
venture is not easy. One does not rise to the top in a day or even a
year. Success comes step by step with periods of careful planning and
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meet. If you can make friends and keep them, if you have average in- ALICE H' ZACHARY' B. S.
telligence and are willing to work, your success is assured. Without Hmm, EC0n0mit.S
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Mr. William G. Nagle, for years a successful business man
in this community, is president of the school board, a position he
has held for the past six years. The courage and fairness with
which he has met administrative problems have caused his services
to be of inestimable value. On all occasions he has been a true
friend to the school.
Mr. Williaiia Tonyan has served on the board since the school
was organized eleven years ago. A farmer who has lived in this
vicinity all his life, he understands our local problems. He was
active in promoting the school district enlargement last spring.
Unfaltering in his efforts for local educational improvement, Mr.
Tonyan has been a very efhcient board member.
Dr. Arthur G. Highgate became a board member in 1936.
His keen interest in student welfare led to the administering of
health tests for all high school students last year. Dr. Highgate
practiced dentistry in the local community for many years. Re-
cently he accepted a position as advertising manager with the Klove
Tool Company of Chicago.
Mr. Laddic Raska was elected to membership on the board
in I93S, and during the past year he has been board secretary.
With unswerving interest he has watched the growth and develop-
ment of the school. His garage at the intersection of Grand
Avenue and 59A is a community center, and Mr. Raska is well ac-
quainted with community problems.
Mr. Charles Brainard was appointed as a member of the board
in the fall of 1939, to fill the vacancy left by the late Thomas E.
Graham. For many years Mr. Brainard has been a prominent
figure in the community life of Round Lake. His years of active
service in this vicinity have provided for him a keen foresight and
business acumen that will be of great benefit to the school.
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