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THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, Mr. Curfman. Mr. Forsyth. Mrs. Strong. Mr. Hosmer. Mr. Wright. Mrs. Fryer. Mr. Sewell. Through this greeting in the Maryvillian we take this method of expressing our ap- preciation of the co-operation and splendid work of the High School faculty and student body during the past years. We hope that the coming years will bring a still closer re- lationship between us and that the bonds previously established may endure. May we all enjoy the benefits of our new school building program and continue to work together for the good of the entire community. Let us not be content though with the tasks accomplished but rather strive to attain a greater degree of perfection in all we undertake. Our message of greeting to you as you turn through the pages of this book is an earnest wish that tomorrow and in the years to come you will maintain the same high standards and ideals which have prompted your conduct here, and may the warm friend- ships made be an increasing inspiration, and may the rich experiences bring added joy. We the Board of Education of Maryville are striving to do our best to see that you have the best of administrators, teachers, equipment and surroundings to make of you men and women thoroughly trained to take up the problems of the tomorrow, and we sincerely wish for each of you success throughout the coming years. R. P. Hosmer, President, L. E. Forsyth, Vice-President, R. J. Curfman, Treasurer, J. H. Sewell. Mrs. C. P. Fryer, Mrs. Hugh Strong.
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Administration " O my children! my poor children! Listen to the words of wisdom, Listen to the words of warning,
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L. E. ZIEGLER — Superintendent. A. B. A. M. Missouri University Columbia University The experiences we probably treasure most in our High School life are the associations and friendships we form. Many of them last a life- time and form the basis of whatever character we may build. I know of no better place to preserve these remembrances than in the Maryvillian. Future years will make it more valuable. The opportunity of placing my name with your other autographs is a real pleasure to me and I wish for you all a future as happy and as successful as the year recorded in this book. L. E. ZIEGLER, Superintendent.
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