Marysville High School - Quil Ceda Yearbook (Marysville, WA)

 - Class of 1957

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'P' TO THE SENIOR: At commencement time, one is inclined to "take inventory" and try to determine for oneself just what is this thing called an education? How much do l have? What is the value to me? To say that one is educated, or partially educated, s.mply means some learning has been accomplished. The extent to which one is educated depends entirely upon the breadth and depth of learning. Education progresses as one takes full advantage of the many learning experience: offered. Education becomes a fact when the individual attacks each learning opportunity with sufficient vigor to acquire significant ideas and to realize there is much more opportunity for learning than he can possibly accomplish. ln short, a man knows little when he thinks he knows everything. The man who knows much realizes that there is much more yet to learn. The educated man has come to realize that learning is a life-long process. Formal training ends with the completion of school and college courses. Learning, however, goes on every day of one's life. A true thirst for education compels the individual to follow new sons and daughters America still remains the bulwark of freedom in GRADUATES OF 1957 "These are the times that try men's souls." Thus wrote Thomas Payne during the American Revolution. He continued, "The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country, but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman." These words were written to arouse America at a critical time in its history. Today is none the less critical. America is aware of impending crisis. Three such crises have developed within the last generation. By virtue of a kind Providence and the dedication of her avenues of learning at home, at work and at play. One is truly educated when he can acknowledge his own ignorance R. C. Bates Superintendent above all things? If you will, this world. Soon, too soon after commencement, the task of preserving our heritage of freedom will pass from the present leaders' hands to those who stand on the America. Will you resolve to keep your ideals high, your morals strong, and your dedication to God and Country graduation platforms of high schools all over then you must seize every opportunity to strengthen yourselves by study, interest in your fellowmen, and you will have to be above partisanship, seeking the good things in life for all members of the human race. Let not your resolves diminish or your ideals dim as the years roll by. Seek always to be a servant to humanity if you will open the opportunities of this great age. Be courageous, steadfast, and sincere and yours will be a full and satisfying life. L. A. Gibson, Principal. 8

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