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For the purpose oi training youth in the ways oi
learning, in right altitudes oi thought and in the
proper hahits oi living. Lincoin high schooi came into
existence 25 years ago. Since that time, severai thou-
sand young people have ineen graduated irom this
institution which all have iearneol to iove hecause ol'
the spirit oi friendship, ioyaity and devotion toward
their Alma Mater. To many, there has been a full
measure ot genuine satisiaction which came hecause
ol- a consciousness of heing hetter equipped to face
the many prohlems oi liie. Most oi these young peo-
ple have reaiizeri the unusual privileges and oppor-
tunities anri after graduation, have wiilingiy assumed
greater obligations and responsihilities. Friends of
Lincoln high schooi have followed with pride the
careers oi her graduates as reports have come oi suc-
cess achieved and distinction won.
Ancl now to the Class oi 1959:
May the iviemory of the years spent in iiving and
worlcing in your high schooi ever he an inspiration
to iotty purpose, high ideals, honest thinlcing, true iiv-
ing and worlc weil done. May each oi you tuily reaiize
that the degree oi success you attain wiii depend, to
a very marked degree. upon the extent of energy and
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swam ,aw .amz in Lama,
Vvhat gives that feeling oi Hheiongingn that ail
graduates seem to have? Athletic victories? Academic
prowess? Artistic achievement? Yes, hut there must
he more than that, lor we are loyai even when we
iose. is there not an indeiinahie something that more
and more hecomes a very part oi us during the three
years we live here? Friendships formed in high school
last a lifetime: experiences change our thinlcing, our
whole attitude toward lil-ez some classes we enjoy,
some we l'lN'llll't'.'-'itll oi them oiler something that in-
creases our understanding, deepens our appreciation.
quiclcens our interest or enlarges our capacity lor doing.
hr-ing and knowing, Some students develop leader-
ship, others heroine intelligent iollowers,-'tor all it is
a sharing experience.
No wonder we come to feel that we heiong, Vve
nualae the school what it is: it hecomes part oi us.
Xyhat helter wish than that we may each he worthy
ol' the very hest that Lincoin has ever ,heen or ever
May the Lincolnian always portray our school as
constantly rr-aching up through the hetter, aiways
growing towarris the hest.
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UPPER-In 1914, M-r. W. W. Pafkcv, p1incipa1,- Miss Snell, office clerk, Mr. Rogers, rica principal. LOWER-
ln 1939, M1. B. O. Baal, prmcipalg Mm, Martivi, office clark: M1. Eltluv, vice pvmcipal.
,750 you have study halt in the urli?yium'now,', says Nlemory. uxvlwy. evenfan assemlulv
flidnot fill tlffe'autlitorium in tlfre df' 4. You must have
f 1 I a very large enrollment." ML Mui
, "VVe llave. lttalces two assemlolies log the stucleryillnpdy flo5zcl,aym,".,. iq- 2 - -. .
uTl1e teachers-.lfust l1ajye,E'6me l1art'1L1tirnes Hirecting tlle clestinies olxtgliose studeiftsn
.url-lie responsilJility,of'tl1e administration llas iJeen.partly'sl1iltecl to ,tlze :student c'ouncil.,But
time teaclierrs clo llE1VfA vf -fl ,J vi .xc f 1 X -- -TQ' V 1 -
' SAME tl1e lirst place, Ktlie students come to lwigln sqliool to learnf lxvitli our overcrowclecl confli-
ll0l'lS':ill Lincoln. eacli teaclier has many'stuclents to liandfle eacli-.-clay. Xvlxeii you consici'er tlxal
eac'l1 pupil has a lglilllerent ctmracter, afhclft'l5'e?el3'v presents K5 stiglitly dillerent prolulem. you can
appreciate tlfte-ftaslc tiaat' laces a teaclier i,n tiigli school." ,
" HHow riglmt you are."c?grees lwlemory. Mliliose ol up wluo liave been ouluol scltool lor'-a llew
years can well unclerstan what yo'u mean. Until you 'liave been away lrom scllool you cannot
appreciate tl1e'value ol liaving someone with wllom you can cliscuss anv prolmllm Tint is wliat'
tliev teacher tauglat you, and your relation witli all llme laqallyfgo vvitln lyo.u"'out into tlie' worlcl.
Pl-l1eJy,are,tl1Qguiclingtiorcesjlmt lgtelp ygukto me ygursell' wlwat you afef,
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I tllinlc Boys anclf girls. even while in high sc ool reali7e tl1at tliey are gmalcing last. progress'
in learning l1ow to live. And- ttie ,igoneretheyl li ouf,tl1at'tl"re teaclierfareliere to lielp in guicl-
ing tl1at progres,-y'ai'ong tl1e',riEi1t channels. the luclcier tliey are-, A man or woman,teacl1es to
malceva living. laut tlley surely must enjoy tliefsatislaction wlien tl1ey-,seLstuclents'l3emg molclecl
into lirie, upright citjzenf' and Youth lholcg .to Memory for eonliriiiation. . '
Hflxltevr being ,but ol"scl1ool for 23 years. I can plainly see tliat eclucation is tlme largest tool
61' uselin solving many ol our complex prolmlems ol evervclav titetl have no tliatyliincoln
students are fortunate in lwavingg suclw a line aciniinistrafivetlioily. Vlllieir progress isfwell guicleci H
V, t lemory and liis new llriglilllgyancler into time ollice wliere lVlemory loolc NVlll'liEllI1El7PlT1Cl"ll at
the l1tIrrying"1nass about liim. Stammering, lle aslcs, "VVliere is Mr- parker? Vvlio arelall tliese
people? Nvliat are they cl ingyin Mr? Parlcerls ol.l'if?e?" in x
uljlere. llere now. 'oldx imer. youlliave llorgotten. tliis is 1959 ancl tliese people are our prin-
cipal. lxflr. Bealg our vice-principal. lvlr. Elclerg ancl lxflrs.. lxflartin. our oltice cleric. Tlwy are tlie
ldaclcbone ol tllis schoolln I Y
lvlemory merely Sl'lF1tiCS liis laeacl and says. UAnd l tliouglnt notliing wouldiilae cliangectlu
Memorv with 1 clowncfzt l lc li' ll ' l 1 l
r Q QS 00 on IS HCC IS Deaf y' l6ill'S EIS lley VVEllli KIONVH til? ltiill.
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R, Palo, V. Ports, E. Waxhlvurn, N. Delaney, H, Poxt. ROW' lfM. Moyer, K. Cnm, G. Cumimghmn, A.
MCDcwi1nt-ll, G. lndciell, T. Kfmtcilt, B. Chczmuy, K. Herring.
nglfhfz Ga-Wzfie .74 Wafdecf
"OIL there are lots ol things the same. l.etys go in here. ancl youill really lincl a treat."
hlemory goes to the door of a room where upon glancing within. a cry ol joy escapes his
chm, G. Scott, A. Nfcxscliri, E. Rummcl, L. VcmDc1'rmtur R Elder B Beal 9 Lilly J Lilly
lips, Eclith Rummel. she is the same as in IOI4. how well l rememher her as the youngest ol
Hvyle have a wicle variety ot classes in the English clepartment which incflucle oral expression,
aclyanfecl composition. aclvancecl literature. ancl the journalism classes which puhlish the l.in-
c'olnian ancl Lincoln News are classes which interest man f wh l' I' T l t l l
ments in Englishf'
1 y o laye compe ec tieir require-
UYour eurriculum expands consiclerahly further than our grammar c'lasses.H
,aaa em show qw.
ulzrut say. there arenlt any ol the same teachers here. are there? ls lxliss Liddell still teaehing
Hfireelc? Xvhy. l had no iclea they taught Creeli at l.inc'olnl" Reeovering from the shocflc. he
answers. HNo. there are no longer Creelc classes. hut hliss Liclctc-ll is here-.U The worm hacl
turnecl. lor now the stuclent was astonisheci trying to leature Cree-lc at l.inc'oln.
hlemory notires a foreign language report ancl his lower jaw ctrops. ucerman. Norwegian.
French. Latin, ancl Spanish are all here now. l"lmm. l cliclnlt helieye that llcl ever hear Norwe-
gian and German arounci the high school."
uNorwegian is a new suhjeet ancl German lairly new, hut you clicl hear Circ-eh arouncl here
- suc'h a c'omplic'ateci language to teaeh high school sluClents.U
Mama Q'wu,p4 14 M
UShhl Hear that? Voices. so harmoniously singing. l.et me guess-Wllhe Erho Songfl Ah-
lJeautitul." They gaze at the numher oi' hlac'lc rohecl ligures who have heen harmonizing in SOIIQ.
uThat is our a Capella Choir, ixlemory. ltls lmeautilul. isnlt it? .lust a part ol our extenclecl
hlusic' Department." ancl the young hoyls chest swells with priclc-.
,lust part ol that ctepartmenl. you say. fjh. my hoy. cluring l.inc'oln Parlcls lirst vears they
hoastecl ol a small group ol' musically inc'linc-cl pupils. This is an amazing improvementl" V
hath section won excellent or superior ratings lrom the Northwest lxlusic' Conlerenee helcl
in rl aroma this year. hlareh 20. 30. 3I ancl April I... Youth hoastecl.
At this they go on their way with music' still ringing in their ears.
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