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EEALD. D- LADLEY
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To: Monroe Glass of l952
From: Office of Superintendent of Schools
Subject: Annual Message
Reference: l952 Hayu Saghalie
There has never been a time when business and industry of-
fered sueh attractive wages to young men and women, but you pre-
ferred to stay in school. Have you ever tried to evaluate why
you stayed in High School and worked and studied for the past
four years? lf l were to sum up in a single word the most signif-
icant reason why, that word would be Nsuccess.n In order to be-
come a success, you realized that you needed a good educational
You will discover later in life that personal success is
like happiness, you gain it only by giving it. I do not know how
any honest individual can prosper without adding prosperity and
welfare to the entire communityg nor do l know of any lawful ac-
tivity that has ever achieved success without contributing to
the success of others.
You have now succeeded to a small degree. The maturing of
that success will definitely contribute to the prosperity of
community. May God speed you to your destiny of success
that that destiny depends on you.
with the r
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Guiding our ventures, our progress,
Behind each attempt, each activity,
Making right puzzles and problems,
Our faculty - helping us live.
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Mr. Duncan Barr
Chairman of the Board
You, our students, are making his-
Not all history is made on the
field of battle. Much of it develops
through the everyday battles of con-
quering ourselves. The history that
you make will depend on the founda-
tions that you laid on developing sin-
cerity, industry, and character. It is
our hope that the time spent and the
knowledge gained here will contribute
much to your future happiness and
ALLAN E. BURKE
Left to right: Mr. Barney Hewitt, Mr. Lloyd McCaffery, Miss Lorraine
Waisanen, Secretary of the School Board, Mr. Duncan Barr, Chairman
of the Board, Mrs. Gerald Stensland, Mr. Gerald D. Ladley, Superin-
tendent of Schools, Mr. Percy Dyer, Clerk of the School Board.
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