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Page 14 text:
MARIAN L. WARREN, Guidance Counselor. A.B.,
Oberlin Col1ege3 M.A., Oberlin Collegeg Ph.D.,
, .. . 'L' 'YVWW NNN
You seniors have gone through high school in the
most momentous years of our nation's history. There
have been many distractions and additional respon-
sibilities to demand your time and energy. You are
to be congratulated for having continued your educa-
tion in the most important battle station for youth-
the classroom. Great opportunities for service and
leaderships lie ahead of you as you go forth to serve
our country until the day of victory, and then in the
post-war years, when great problems will need your
help in their solution. Having built a good foundation
during your years of preparation, may you press on
to new adventures and high achievements in what-
ever fields of work you may decide to enter.
MARIAN L. WARREN
Howard A. Anderson, Director of the
Social Studies Department. B.A., Au-
gusta Collegeg M.A., University of
Chicngog Ph.D., State University of
Raymond Arnold, Art, B.F.A., Syracuse
Blanche D. Bacorn, Commerce. A.B., El-
Edgar E. Bfedbenner, Physical Education
and Recreation. GG., Reading Normal
Schoolq Cornell University fSpecial
Emilie M. Brown, English. A.B., YVilliam
Smith Collegeg M.A., Cornell University.
Laura. Bryant, Vocal Music. State College,
Terre Haute, Indiana.
Mayfred Claiiin, Hend of the Mathematics
Department. B.S., St. Lawrence Uni-
Josephine R. Conlon, Foreign Languages.
A.B., Cornell Universityg M.A., Cornell
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'VNC To the Members of the Class of 1944:
We who have been associated with you
for the past few years will follow you with
affectionate interest and with confident expecta-
tion as you go forth to meet life and to take your
part in an adventure whose possibilities are
We are confident that you will meet this
challenge with courage and high resolve and
that you will see at the end of the present crisis
the dawn of ci new day in which your training
will count for much.
We sincerely believe you will realize your
possibilities and contribute the best that you
FRANK R, BLISS, Slllhl'l'XlNlllLf 1't-attivimi. us., N.-it have for your fellow man. To this end, we wish
Ynrlt Stun- Vulli-xv iltr 'l'l-:nvli -rs: XLS.. 1'ul'in'll l'ni You Godspeed'
t"'it"'- P. R. BLISS
To You Students of the Class of '44:
"Look In this llny, fur il is l.il'v
Tho vi-ry I.it't- nt' l.il'e-l . . .
For Yvsln-l'4l:i5 is lint :l llrw-ailn, '
Alld 'l'u lniir1'mx is only at Vision:
Blli 'l'u-cl:i5 we-Il livl-nl
MukCB 1-vi-V5 Ye'slvl'il:ly il lll'1'illll of llzlppiiinus
And 1-vi-ry 'l'4--lnnrruxx' ii Vision nl' llupn-,
Look wt-ll, ilu-in fur:-, to this ilziyl"
f- l"i-nm thi- S1IllNt'l'll, zuitlnn' iinknuwn.
ln these times when so many carefully laid plans
have to be adapted to changing conditions, all of us
have to keep in mind at all times what we want out of
life. The individual with a purpose, a goal in life, can
very often shape the present, which is the only time
that belong to any of us, toward the realization of his
"look well, therefore, to this day!
This is my wish for you, members of the Class
ELWOOD A. LAFORTUNE, Yic't"l'l'im'ip:ll zllul Ili-
of 144. ri-rlul' ol' llliiilallxvv. -ILS., l'nixvl'sily uf Minmt
sutu: Nl..X.. 1'uliin1lri:i l'nix'vt'sily.
E. A. LAFORTUNE
A Godspeed to each of you in the class of
1944. Into whatsoever situation you go, may
you remember, "lt is not life that matters but the
courage you bring to it."
THERESA WEST, l'rim-ip:il'x Assistrlnl in l'li:u'L:n-
uf Alt4'tirl:iln'v. .LIL Yussru' Uulli-:vp ISS.,
Q 9 'I'
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f First Rim'
Helen B. C0rC0l'all, t'uiliil1n-l'1'v. ISS.,
Clarence R. Dixon, llii-I-nw nf thi- Indus-
trinl Arts Ill-pnrtimmt, ILS., l'niv1-rsity
of lhu-In-st:-rg M.S., Form-Il Vnivvrsity.
Ethel Doney, t'ulnlm-rt-n-. ILS., l'llmir:t
Helen A. Drake, llire-1-tnr of Pllysivzll
I'Iiluc'utiun for Girls. ILS., lim-xtmi llnie
vi-rsityg Suruvnt Cnllm-in-.
Emma R030 Elll0l7t, Iloml- Arts. ILS., Fm'-
Marlan E. Elliott, limflislu, A.Ii., .lllm-glue-ny
Poll:-L51-3 M.A., t'4n'n4-ll l'nivi-rsity.
Robert I. Everingham, X'm'utimml Agri-
:-nlture-. ILS., Form-ll l'nive-rsity.
Bernice Finch, Instrnim-ntail Blusiv. Um'-
untn Stull- Nnrlnulg Mns.li., llllill'2l l'ul'
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M . GEM'-X
Royal Gilky, Scia-in-1-. B.S.A., Cornell Ulllf
vm-rsityg M.A., New York Stntte College
Catherine H. Grady, English. A.B., Cnr-
Alfred H. Grommon, Hvzul of the English
Ilepnrtmvnt. A.B., Cornell University:
M.A., Curnvll Uuiversityg Ph.D., Cor-
Miriam Hample, Unninn-rev. AB., Elmira
Unllogi-3 M.A,, Unluinlrin University.
Caroline E. Hook, Uftivo Assistant. Medivnl
Dopurtnwnt. Kiwln-stun' Business Si-lmol.
Ralph W. Jones, Ilirvvtnr of llvnltli und
Pliysivatl l'Iducutiun. ILS., We-slvynn
Univ:-x'sitj'3 M.A,, Columbia Univm-rsity.
Hilda. M. Laubenstein, Sm-itil Studios.
A.B., New York Stnto College for
'I'euuI1vrs: M..-L, Corin-ll University.
Marion E. Leary, Supervisor of the Art
Department. A.B., Vassar College.
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