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lkitiiiiiilliii. lioxt'ovor', a states greatest resource
is its pcoplo. Witizoiit people who have high
ideals about citisonship, who are industrious
and capable, who establish good homes and
raise responsible tainilies, no society progresses.
Witli this in mind, we dedicate our 1952
Roundup to Montana resources and emphasize
the part public schools can play in developinq
the people of a state so material resources may
be better used. We recognize our responsibility
as students, taculty and school administration
to do the best work we can in this great co-
operative process ot developing all tour human
and naturali resources to the tullest extent.
RQBERT B. FARNSVVORTH
The colorful and exciting story of Montana,
the Treasure State, captures and holds the in-
terest ot all persons tamiliar with its history.
The resources ot the State and the friendly hos-
pitality ot its people have made Montana an
attractive place tor visitors and a source ot
inspiration to its residents. Because Montana
has seen the importance ot education in the
development ot any state, many modern educa-
tional institutions have been or are now being
constructed. This is insurance tor the continued
growth and development ot our State, the Treas-
ure State. Congratulations to the Roundup Statt
and the Senior Class ot l952.
'crriir H. HANcocK
5 , Principal