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Standing, left to right: E. C. Weatherbyg C. B. Moore: M. W. Tompsong F. B. Painter, Asst. Supt.
of Schools, M. J. Leary.
Si-:tti-ft. I-Aft in right: E. A. Millerg Mrs. J. H. Chandlery G. L. Cook, President, C. L. Kulp, Supt. of
Schoolsg Dr. Helen Bullg R. W. Mungle.
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This is the Board of Education, composed of representatives
of the citizens of Ithaca. They are a hard working lot who devote
their time and effort to the welfare of the students in the Ithaca
public schools. It is their job to appoint the Superintendent of
Schools, to approve matters pertaining to the budget, to determine
the school policy concerning public matters, and to promote good
They do much on the behalf of the students and deserve our
praise and thanks.
"Congratulations to the members of the
Class of 1944! You have resisted the temptation
to leave school during the war years. You have
reached the goal of high school graduation.
This objective has not been easy to attain, especi-
ally as many of you have worked in industry,
agriculture, or business on a part-time basis
while still carrying your full program of studies
in high school. You are richer educationally
and our community and nation will be the richer
tomorrow because of your wise decision to stay
in school until graduation. We are proud of
you and confident of your future success. Con-
CLAUDE L. KULP, SlllN'I'IIIIl'IlIIl'llt of Sclmnls. lim-Iwata-r I , d d , h In
IIICCIIZIIIIVN Institut:-1 ISS., IIIlIX'V!'SIij' of Ii0K'IlK'SI4'I'1 grctu ahons an goo WIS es'
MA., l'ux'nL-II University. Claude L. Kulp