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Thank you, Mr. Jacobson We appreciate your response to our request for an alma mater song for Hobart High Scrool. Last June at the first staff meeting, we discussed a possible theme for the 1954 Memories. Because we felt that Hobart had long been in need of a hymn to be sung on serious occasions, the staff decided to ask you to write the song. We sincerely hope that this song will become one of the cherished traditions of Hobart High School. Hail, Alma Mater Hail, all hail, Hobart High School We students true, Pledge thee our love And give support to you. In loss or victory. We sing your praises high. Our Alma Mater, dear Hobart High. 5
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. . . seniors take over entire school These seniors had a view of many of the problems that face the school board. As members of the board they had the oppor- tunity to discuss current issues and to meet with students who presented problems that are common around school. The capable seniors who are shown here with Mr. Garver are Ralph Kerwin, Doug Williams, Dave Epperson, Dave Bood, Loretta Massa, and Jasper Hopkins. Jim Mair, one of the fortunate seniors who started the Senior Day tradition, replaced teaching principal Joseph Phillips from West Hobart Elementary School. Adoring students abandoned their play to crowd around their student teachers — Marlene Howell, Jackie Ahlgrim, and Jim Johnston — at recess time.
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