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From the time that Jacob Love iirst organized a high school in
this community down until the present, there has been continued pro-
gress in school building construction. At first, the school in the upper
story of a business building, then the old frame building followed by a
modern brick building built in 1914. Now we have a new and modern
classroom auditorium addition to the old brick building.
A school, the same as churches and other community organiza-
tions must haveactive interest and real spirit behind it.
As this new building rose higher and higher our ideals rose with
it until today it stands as a monument to the progressive thought and
spirit of this community. Today we can enjoy its benefits and know
that it will be one of the best mediums through which our community
will win its place in the World.
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' May this spirit of progress continue to grow, not only
around our school, but in the entire community, bringing
more and more advantages to our younger generation.
We wish to thank the advertisers and subscribers, who
have made this book possible, and the school faculty, espec-
ially our advisor, P. E. Teegardin, for the help given us in
the publication of this annual.
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This is a progressive world. Yesterday school children walked
comparatively short distances to the one room school. Today they
ride longer distances to the multi-room consolidated school.
Methods of transportation have kept pace with progress. Only a
few years ago pupils came to school in horse drawn wagons. Today
pupils ride in powerful all steel busses equipped with devices to insure
safety to the passengers.
Four large busses, with a capacity of fifty or more pupils from
the school district surrounding McClure transport 190 pupils to
and from school each day. These busses also serve as a means of trans-
portation to ball games. music contests and skating parties.
The drivers of the busses this year are Sherman Dielman. Ernest
Bohling, Dura Reimund and Paul Clauson.
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