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BOARD OF EDUCATION
To the members of the board of education, district 404, the class
of 1927 feels permanently indebted.
Hour upon hour these men liste11ed to architects, contractors,
salesmen and what not and chose the design, material and equipment
for this fine building.
Conference after conference, meetings on into the wee hours of
the morning, were held, yet these men stood loyal at their posts.
Some there are who say that being a member of a board of edu-
cation is a thankless task. ln this we do not agree.
As boards in the past have done, you too have stood the acid
test. You have weathered the storm Well and may truly feel that
you may look upon your task as Hwell done",
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Fo Students of Lincoln Community High School:
The most distinguished people the world has ever known agree that a common
school education is the minimum preparation for successful living. Such an education
enables you to read of things you wish to know and makes it easy for you to find the
facts and understand them. Schooling does not give you new talentsg it only gives
you increased capacity. If you are trained and disciplined to think and act -along
definite lines, you can, when you go out into the world, pursue lines of action as you
were taught in school to pursue lines of thought. All the schooling a person can
obtain in any institution of learning will not make him master of la trade of profession.
No matter what his name, his wealth, or his social standing. he must get into the
strife, and push-push hard, and persistently. If there is anything you really want to
Know, the chief thing you have to do is to keep after it ten-aciously and relentlessly.
Education cannot be generated in the idle brain nor by half-hearted effort. It takes
enthusiasm, grit, pluck, and pep to acquire learning. Have self-assurance and be
eager to do your best. Education is the transforming influence of this world. Education
trains the power of observation. Education develops the power of judgment. Education
enlarges the power of expression. Education fosters the power of appreciation. All
these powers should then be directed to one goal-the goal of service.
Education! Get all you can of it! He is the best educated who is most useful,
and he who is most useful is the possessor of a trained mind, body, and soul. Such
balanced development will reveal truth and beauty to you as long as you live. This
type of education is the living principle of the Lincoln Community High School.
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