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Page 13 text:
FLORENCE A. ALLIO
RUSSELL CLARE ANDERSON
Dean of Girls
National Honor Society
Senior Class Adviser
ETHEL C. CO1-ELAND
C. STUART EDWARDS
Junior Class Adviser
HELEN M. H.-XNDY
Photography for HURRI-
MARY LYNN HOOVER
SYLVIA E. JOHNSON
Eighth Grade Class Adviser
Page 12 text:
s each season comes along we End so
many things about it so unlike the corresponding
season of the previous year and yet so many things
that are alike each season through countless ages.
Each spring comes in with pussywillows, daf-
fodils and showers. Yet there is often the hint
or the reality of snow, frost, droughts or hurri-
cane. Adolescent summer usually shows in-
creased growth and development of all the prom-
ises of springg yet the1'e is always the threat of
blight, hail, wind or cloudburst to cancel all our
Fall brings in the harvest. The harvest de-
pends not alone on the elements but also upon
the labor we bestow on our crops. XVhen we
have completed our work, it is l1Ot unusual to
send the product away for further processing.
Our school pattern does not differ materially
from naturels. VVC are dealing with naturels
most treasured resource-the human personality.
Our beginners show signs of promise. VVe know
PA FL R. MILLER
that growth will not be uniform in all people nor
progress even in any one person. XVe further
know that there is talent and power that will
never be uncovered.
Our aim in school is to open the eyes of
youth so that they know what needs to be done
and what they can do about it. Wye would like
to teach them how to live in peace with one an-
other and have competition be a cooperative
venture in social improvement rather than a
deadly struggle for existence. lVe would like to
teach them that the worth of things is seldom
Hgured in money and that there are more endur-
ing treasures than material wealth.
The joy of teaching in high school lies in the
development that we see in our students. VVe
see eager youth come to us. VVe see them in their
middle years increase in knowledge, and finally
many of them mature in wisdom. Of such we
feel that the harvest was indeed bountiful.
PAUL R. AIILLER
Page 14 text:
PAUL Moxroom ERY
W11.1.1.-ut E. NORBECK
PAUL F. NIOXYERY
Faculty Manager of Athletics
Director of Four-Fold
BETTY JANE REITER
Sophomore Class Adviser
Assembly Program Adviser
REGG G. TURNER
Problems of Democracy
DALTON G. VAN ORMER
Dean of Boys
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