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Page 13 text:
TO THE TACULTy. ' We cannot express in a few words our real gratitude for your guidance during our years in Mar- shall. We feel that with the world as it is, your instruction not only in the prescribed courses but in citizenship will have a lasting and beneficial effect. Mr. Olsen — English 5, 6. Miss Boyson — Speech, English 4, 6. Miss Skalbecic— English 4, 2. Mrs. Leemhuis — English 2, Counselor. Miss Jones — English 3, I. Mrs. Kane — English J3, J5. Mrs. Capstick— English J2, J4. Miss Chamberlain — English J2, J4. Miss Simonet — Latin, Spanish, French. Miss Snyder — English J6, Testing. Miss Dahl— English J6, J2.
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m. COOPER: Unfortunately all dedications are written in superlatives, so that when I ann faced with expressing the gratitude of the senior class, the usual words seem insufficient. I can only say that we have appre- ciated all the help you have given us during our progress through Marshall. ■ — Dick Frank. Dick Frank TO THE SENIORS i You graduate into a war torn world with the real sacrifices just beginning. Men and women are needed; not just carefree boys and girls who have thrown all cares aside and fallen Into the line of rolling drums and marching feet; but young men and women who are fearless, who possess self con- trol, high standards of character, and plenty of physical stamina. You live in a country built on ideals, one where government functions to develop better men and women, that all may have an opportunity to direct their own destinies. It has possibilities way beyond those achieved before this war. May those who enter the Armed Forces return to enjoy the liberties for which you are fighting, and those of us who remain at home give all we have to lighten your burden. ■ — Harry P. Cooper.
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Miss Bement — Science, An. Biol. Miss Trumble — Gen. Sc, Hu. Biol. Mr. Huston — Physics, Chemistry. Miss Turnquist — An. Biol., PL Biol., Gen. Sc. TO LOOK UP AND NOT DOWN, Mr. Schey- — Com. Civics, World Hist. Miss West— World Hist., German. Mrs. Wdddell— Am. Hist., Mod. Prob. Mr. Satter — Mod. Prob., Coml. Law. Miss Arlander — Librarian. Mrs, Montank — Com. Civics. Mr. Sova — Geography, History. Mr. Lien — Am. Hist., Com. Civics. 10
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