Licking County High School - Lickingana Yearbook (Licking, OH)

 - Class of 1937

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009' 9 Tom Morgan Johnstown Forward elenn Richcreek, Capt. Utica Guard Dale McFarland Jacksontown Center Jack Jones Granville Guard 'Q-uw Orville Jones Granville Forward Boys - Balance, Basket Ball, Battle, Busy Bounce, Buffet, Brilliant Breathless, Bodacious



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v-T .,.Y.,- . . .,,. .v T..,,,. W,R,...: "- .:' 1-""-mrfv' fr xy-4 'nr .v,!1T'f" 1 lr-va , s. . , . g . . 1: f -7 Y N-:F -2 . . ul- ui ,A Hmmm HI.fHA5HE5 Our title represents what we hope to show you in the following pages. Flashes are all we can give to the other pupils of our yearly activities. We cannot give a resume of all our activltiesg only what we consider the most important. We are happy indeed to be a part of the Licking County organizations and to contribute our little bit to the success of the annual. we hope that the other students of Licking County will enjoy reading of our activities as much as we enjoy reading of theirs. -N"K"l"l'l"H' Education I think that I would rather teach a child The joys of kindness than long hours to spend Poring o'er multiple and dividendg How differing natures may be reconciled Rather than just how cost accounts are filed How to live bravely to its end Rather than how one fortress to defend Or how gold coins once gathered can be piled There is an education of the mind Which all require and parents early start, But there is training of s nobler kind And that's the education of the heart. Lessons that are most difficult to give Are faith and courage and the way to live. --Edgar A. Guest 41-'I--li"l-'I-'lf WOBEYIOI' I wish our dear old weather man Would do the very beet hg can, One day he gives us terrible snows, And then the next,--Well, goodness knows. On Monday we have sunshine bri t TUosday's snow makes all thlngshwhite Then Wednesday is a nice spring day, ' And sunshine melts the snow away. Un 'llflmday maybe it w111 r in- Then Friday snow comes backaagain. To me it doesn't matter much, It never does 'get me in dutch." On Saturday I chase about 9031118 IW snow and sun suits out. The weather doesn't worry me, For Pm prepared for all, you see. --Helen Myers, '37 e I e 'l'-l1'41'-ll'45i5- 'The Past Forever Goneg The Future Still Our Own." Since everything that is past is for- ever gone and we are unable to improve lt, let us take advantage of every opportunity which the future holds for us. We should follow a course which teaches us not only the basic ideas of life but also to solve its problems and hardships. After graduating from high school some will take advanced work in colleges and universities to prepare themselves for a professional careerg of the others those who have wasted invaluable hours will find that they are only partially prepared to face life. In the future let us shape our lives according to the examples of eminent men and women. Regardless of what career we may choose we should not be satisfied merely to get by. Let us strive to reach the top so that our generation and those to come will be much improved. Then will historians point to our age as the one of modern learning. N --larle Hall lfflfi'-l1'4i"Il' Do Your Part It ls very important in your life al- ways to do your part. Ro matter what the situation, no matter what the request, do your part and do it as well as you possi- bly can. Perhaps you have been asked to have a reading for a chapel program. Don't go to the chairman the day before the program and tell him you haven't it ready. Or per- haps you are appointed on a omnmlttee with someone whom you rather dislike. Don't shirk or disagree with every thing that this person suggests but cooperate and do your part. Always do your party always keep your promises. If people know you will do your part they will have faith and respect for you. You always need friends and if they know they can depend on you they'll be ready to help you when you need a friend. --Elisabeth Smythe 4 4 e 4 A 4

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