Muskegon High School - Said and Done Yearbook (Muskegon, MI)

 - Class of 1940

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Page 7 text:

To prepare ourselves for the flight of life, for nine years we accumulated a general knowledge. Then W e chose a definite course for our journey and a design for our plone. Then for three more years we studied and built on our chosen plan. We procured our tools as- sembled the parts we had acquired. The day of the big take-off drew nearer. Trial flights were made to test our wings and motor. Now assured by the test of a fighting chance, we make a final check-up, and each climbs on board the ship of his choice. Some of us are pilots, others mechanics, but each of us knows his job and is ready to render efficient service. ' Before the final journey, into a rather dim, but beckoning future, we pause to look around us at our wonderful workshop, the tremendous advantages it has offered and the instructors who have done their utmost to prepare us for our flight. To them we are indeed grate- ful. They have provided a guiding beam to follow. They have taught us how to meet and overcome the difficul- ies which are sure to confront us. Snow and sleet to cover our wings and drag us down, rain and fog to blot out way, cross winds to throw us off our course: these and many more we have learned to avoid or con- guer. We have been given a chance to develop skill and are now ready to take our post. Confidently we leave our workshop to promising juniors and sophomores, and we know they will carry its red and white to greater heights. Instructors stand at the edge of the field wondering how thoroughly their aim has been realized, and we hope we shall not disappoint them. There the motors are gunned, the blocks are taken from the wheels, and the all "clear" signal is given. With a sigh of regret and a gasp of expectancy we are off on mam the big flight.

Page 6 text:

Mm Emu Z. Zim Privileged indeed are students who have studied with Miss Bertha Ellis. Her pleasant spirit pervades her class rooms. Many times have students listened spellbound to stories of her travels in Europe, and many a 'lwould be" dull class period has been livened by tales of boarding school experiences. She has a mature charm which those associated with her cannot fail to sense. Her sympathetic attitude has helped many stu- dents to a solution of their problems. Because oi her serious illness, she has not been able to continue her activities as class adviser. But by this dedication of the mid-year graduation issue to her, the class expresses their appreciation for her gracious help. .I D ,M . "iff" .



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fkfmai Qaue Miss Ethel Rdue, competent l2l-X odviser, is one of the busiest foc- ulty members. Her indoor sport, she soys, is correcting themes.Al- though she does not hove much time to porticipote in octive sports she enjoys wotching other people play. She delights in guoint pot- tery, odd boxes, ond baskets.Books ore o port of her. Qne of Miss Roue's interesting hobbies is reoding hondwriting - non - profess- ionolly, ot course. Miss Raue, who hos o sense of humor, likes this guolity in others. She oppreciates students who don't think teoichers ore ci specioil sort ot onimol We grosp her point. Wa. ZLMQWL Qcwmq Debonair William H. Young is ver- sotile, to sdy the leost, for his in- terests ore voried. He is noted tor his origincility in methods ot teach- ing. He believes that the teacher should develop the students think- ing. He throughly enjoys conver sations obout sociol ond econom- ic problems, as witnessed by his organization of the Town Discus- sion Group, which has gained some tame throughout the city. He likes tennis and coaches the M. H. S. tennis teom. Although not an expert golfer, he takes his game seriously. He shares the students' zeal for red hot swing, his favorite band being Bob Crosby.

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