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BOARD OF EDUCATION: Mr. Frederick Kime, Dr. K. E. XVenk, Rev. C. A. Leslie, Mr.
Henry H. Hennell, Mr. Gordon P. Hadfield, Mr. joseph M. Harre, Mr. H. G. Berkhouse,
he Board of Education of the Kane Public
Schools is a group of citizens whose principal
qualification for their posts is an interest in the
educative process and its application to the lives
of the thousand and more students in the schools
of this community.
This group is not an organization set apart
that gazes sternly and impersonally upon the
mechanics of the school system and issues edicts
to direct policies. It is a functioning group that
is consulted frequently on all matters of school
The Board of Education working with the
administrative ofificers of the schools, with the
teachers, with the custodians, and with the stud-
ents, represents the schools and the taxpayers
Whose money keeps the schools in operation. It
has responsibility to those groups and is under
obligation to exercise its best judgment for the
benefit of all concerned.
lmproving the facilities in the high school,
the Board has made it possible for the students
to live and learn under the best possible condi-
tions. The electrically equipped cafeteria is the
greatest improvement this year. Here around
three hundred seventy-five hot, well balanced
meals are served each clay.
THELMA 1sLooM MARGARET M. 1v11Lo W. cox, MD.
Secretary to LONGSHORE, R. N. School Doctor
Superintendent School Nurse
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FALL - - -
Student Council -
Seniors - -
Activities - -
WINTER - -
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Page 11 text:
GLENNIS H. RICKERT
our yearbook theme features the seasons of
the year. To be more exact, it is based upon
three of the seasons: fall, winter, and spring.
Since it is necessary to picture school activities
and since these cover the periods when school is
actually in session, then it appears logical to omit
Summer can easily be deleted from the year-
book, but summer cannot be removed from the
yearly process. llost of growth comes during
the summer. lt is the biological growing and
storing period. Summer makes it possible for
living things to produce a harvest, to secure an
adequate reserve to withstand a rigorous winter,
to mature the new growth and birth which comes
in the spring. No, summer is a part of life, part
of an orderly existence.
If summer represents the out-of-school per-
iod, according to the HIQRRI-KANE, 1947 Edi-
tion, then Seniors, remember that it is extremely
important what you do with the out-of-school
period ahead. The falls, winters, and springs of
the past school years have determined what your
summer future will be. It is not yet too late to
use those past seasons to the best advantage. It
can be done if you start now to evaluate your
possibilities and train yourself to use thetn for
the best life possible.
This then is a salute to you for whom the
summer of your life is about to begin. So much
lies ahead. No time for loafing! No time for
idle thought! No time for regret! These must
be put aside if you are to succeed and fulfill your
As one who has watched you during your
school life, who has seen many hundreds travel
that same way before, l can truthfully say that
you have a greater chance of success than failure,
a better chance for happiness than despair. Keep
a stout heart, find a goal, and with right good
will press on determinedly.
Good fortune attend the Class of l-1-7!
GLENNIS H. RICKERT
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