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Page 9 text:
Clam Flower: White Rose
Clan Colon: Blue and White
Clan Motto: Today we followg tomorrow we lead.
MAR.lORIE SMITH V...o.o, ..,o A , ,. . , , , Trefmfrer
RONALD FALCONEIRI . ., ., Vice Prexidenf
FAITH STETSON A ,. . , Secremry
BRUCE MATHESON ,. . . Prexidenz
Page 8 text:
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OUR class has an opportunity to go as far
as our country has. Our country started
under the leadership of England and remained
there until it had a revolution. For several years
after this it had a very uncertain standing, and
then it started upward on a long hard road. It
had its troubles, its wars, and its successes, but
now it has become the leading nation of the
world. Our class has the same opportunity. We
have been under the leadership of our school,
but now we are going to have our own revolu-
tion. We are going to be in that uncertain
position. We are going to start that long up-
ward climb, but if we plan to go to the top,
we will need help during our troubles. We will
have to follow our country's pattern. "IN GOD
WE TRUST" became its favorite motto, even
on minted coins. If we adopt the same slogan,
we will achieve, as it did, leadership in our
world of tomorrow.
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FOR the hundredth time, rows of Middleboro
boys and girls have marched solemnly to
the platform, for the hundredth time, they have
eagerly received their diplomas, and for the
hundredth time, a group of students stand on
the uncertain threshold to the future. Styles
have changed and the jitterbug has replaced the
Charleston, but the future-the future hasn't
changed. It still lies before us promising a mul-
titude of things both good and bad, and as
always, it lies uncertain. True, we, the class of
1950, have more opportunities than the class
of 1850, but we will have to struggle for our
goals just as they did then. Gallup polls prove
that more of us will be going to schools of
higher learning than ever before, but this only
follows hand in hand with the raised standard
of living. It isn't any easier to get a job now
than it was then, but our possibilities are un-
limited. Our schoolwork is neither harder nor
easier than it was a hundred years ago, but we
do have a wider variety of subjects to choose
from. This is the centennial of graduating
classes from an organized school system in the
town of Middleboro, yet it is nothing but a
point on the road of life which no one will
remember except those who are graduating.
Page 10 text:
"A good reputation it more valuable than money."
Artivitietz Class Secretary 15 Thursday Choir 1, 25
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Sachem 15 Girls'
League 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 45 Hockey 1,
ZW, 34", CO-Captain 4"'5 Basketball 1, Z", 3"', Captain
43:5 Softball 2, 35 Traffic Squad 3, 45 Pro Merito 3. 45
A Capella Choir 3, 45 Massachusetts Girls' State 3: Home
Room Secretary 45 Student Council Secretary 45 D.A.R.
Representative 45 Senior Play Castg Honor Essay.
"The nohlert mind the hert eontentment har."
Artivities: Thursday Choir 1, 2, 35 Sachem 2, Assistant
Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 Pro Merito 3, 45 Newswrit-
ers' Club 3, 45 Student Council Vice-President 44 Senior
Play Castg Honor Essay.
"'TiJ good to he merry and wife."
Activities: Student Librarian 1, 25 Girls' League l, 2,
3, 45 Thursday Choir l, 2, 33 Sachem l, 2, 3, 45 Junior
Red Cross Collector 2, Vice-President 3, President 45
Newswriters' Club 2, 3, 45 junior Prom Committee5 jun-
ior Red Cross Delegate to Wellesley College 35 Pro
Merito 3, 45 A Capella Choir 45 Senior Play Cast5 Class
'Truth if truth to the end of reckoning."
"True induttry doth kindle honour'.r fire."
Activitierz Saddle Club 1, 2, 35 Hockey 2'5 Senior
Play Committeeg Pro Merito 4.
"A merry heart goer all the day."
Aetivitierz Sachem l, 2, 3, 45 junior Red Cross 2, 35
Baseball Manager 2, 35 Boys' Tennis Champion 35 Senior
Play Committee5 Senior Prom Committee.
"Di5eretion of Jpeech ir more than eloquence."
'That inexhaurtihle good nature . . ."
Activities: Football I, 25 Baseball l, 25 Basketball 15
Senior Play Committee.
"I would help othert out of a fellow feeling."
Activities: Band 45 Orchestra 4.
"A penny for your thought . . .'
Activitietz F.F.A. l, Z, 3, 4.
" First Team "' Second Team
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