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MRS. CLARK E, BRADEN
When we see you in the hall or in your classrooms help-
ing someone, giving your advice, or consoling a troubled
student, we think of the many times we have asked a favor of
you and you have always been theree-dependable and eager
to fulfill our wishes.
To show our appreciation for your loyal co-operation and
interest in us, for trying to convey your wholesome strength
of purpose to us, for your generous spirit, and for being a
delightful friend, we, the students of jefferson High School,
lovingly dedicate this, the twenty-second volume of the j-Hi-
Life to you-Mrs. Clark E. Braden.
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Sail on, sail on, O Ship of State!
Sail on, O Union strong and great!
Humanity with all its fears
With all its hopes of future years.
Is hanging breathless on thy fate!
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It has been said that life is but a voyage home. Our school days then, are
just one phase of that voyage-a voyage of twelve long years. As we raise the flag
of 1952 on our 'tGood Ship Jefferson," we see mirrored the days we spent together
on this voyage. We view with new perspective our fellow passengers, and the cap-
tain and the crew who gave us of their gift of knowledge-the teachers who helped
guide our ship safely into the Port of Graduation.
When we first boarded this ship in September, 1940, handing our passage
papers to the purser, we entered a new existence cut off from those sheltering walls
of home. This voyage showed up our potentialities, just as the rigors and hardships
of those long voyages in the sailing ships of old helped mold the characters of its
passengers. Some of us were content to drift while our craft lay hopelessly becalmed
on mud flats. Others fought the currents, tides, and quicksands and learned to
put the oars in harmony.
We charted our course through many waters, Each filled his own little cup,
or dipper, or pitcher, or barrel. Our ship took anchor at many ports along the way.
Some took part in the port's activities, while others stood by and watched. Some left
our ship to join other ships, while new passengers came aboard at every port.
We passed other ships during this long voyagesships that were bound for the
same anchorage. They tried our mettle in friendly battles and sometimes found us
wanting. But just as the fiercely blowing wind purifies the air, so these encounters
proved to be but stepping stones to reach our goal.
Now our compass points to broader horizons-to God's great open sea. We'll
board other ships and 'Sail on, sail on .... "
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The Captain and the Crew
The success of any ship depends on the captain and the crewfon the
hands guiding the wheel. No matter how battered the ship or how crowded,
if the captain and the mates are really concerned about the passengers that
ship will skirt the reefs and rocks to find sheltering land safely.
Since our first day aboard "Ship jefferson," you alone knew all the
answers. You were our light, our guidepost, our chart, and our compass.
You fed our minds and created a current that inspired us to think for our-
selves. Your working hours were not limited by the whistle. Nor will that
last whistle limit your influence upon us, but continue to reach us like float-
ing spars on 1ife's great open sea.
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