Lind High School - Progress Yearbook (Lind, WA)
- Class of 1939
Page 9 of 144
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Page 9 text: “
Our greet and noble natlon 13 one that was bullt by
chrlstlan men and founded on ChT1St1UH prlnclnle
Ne should be proud that our forefather were piou
men and women who came to thls countrv for TCl1g1OUS
freedom and to live accordlng to thelr religlous ldeals
The natlon that they founded grew to be one of the
largest and most lmportant natlons of the world today
Credlt goes, and lS justly glven, to our gre t leaders
of the past such a George W5Sh1ngtOH and Abraham
Llncoln who ran the government dCCOTd1Hg to chrlstlan
prlnclples and trled to get at the root of all cvlls
The hlghest ldeal that we must adhere t is p a e
lts tlmes of struggle, and some c1v1l1zat1ons have been
completely destroyed through war We, supposedly
chr1st1an natlon, must guard our actlons and prevent, ln
every way oossibl a dlsa trous and ruinous entangle
ment between natlons, especlallj an entanglement
whlch our nat1on w1ll become lnvolved Our prevlous
wars have proved to us the futlllty, dSStPUCt1V8DSSS
and utter absurdltles of such an outrage The followlng
of hlgh ideals and our use of common sense w1ll do as
much to prevent war as anv other factors that could be
Progress has been made ln our country and w1ll
contlnue only as long as we acknowledge chrlstlan
princ1oles and contlnue to get at the evlls of our
ClV1l1Z8tlOH and correct then To prove thls, we have
an abundance of examples Slavery, the greatest evll
of all tlmes, was abollshed less than one hundred years
ago ln our country and slnce that time,real progress has
been mad 1n our c1v1l1zat1on
The Senlor Class of 1959 has agaln named thelr
annual WProgressN and futule senlor classes will name
thelrs the same and wlll be proud to do so, because
progress 13 slgnlflcant of what re ults when we follow
h gh ldeals
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