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Reveille Staff Uses Century of Progress As Theme for Year Book
In accordance with the Chicago Century of Progress Exposition of 1933-1934,
which intends to bring assurance that the steady march of progress has not
swerved aside, nor even been seriously retarded, that so-called "recessions', are
temporary lilce the receding wave that leaves the shore, we, the editors of the 1934
Reveille feel that there could be nothing more appropriate as a theme for our
book, than a brief history setting forth the part which the great Middle West
has had in making possible this great feat.
Since our own town and school have materially aided in it, we oller this year-
book as an example of the development and the progress of our community as
observed by the class of "34"-which hopes to preserve its memory through print
Every community has its own character. Unquestionably, courage and enter-
prise have been the qualities associated with the name of Milford. In early days
men of Enterprise were attracted to, and gathered strength in using the oppor-
tunities of this locality. The city lifted itself out of the wildernessg it recovered
from the cholera epidemic: it grew and prospered in spite of Indian Wars, con-
flagrations and panics- and it felt strength.
In this building were housed the many ex
fribits in Basit' Science and Medicine at I1”