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Page 13 text:
TIME MARCHES ON
The reign of the knotty hickory rod has ended. The little
red school house is dead, but a mightier growth has arisen,
built upon the early foundation of worth and character. In
the old times, Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic, or the three
nR'sn, were sufficient branches for the son and daughter of
the hardv pioneer to master. A higher education would have
been wasted on the men and women who get their knowledge in
the school of bitter experience. But as the needs developed
the pioneer began to come in touch with the world outside his
world, he wanted more education to strive toward higher attain-
ment. In the old days one who could read well in the old
nEnglish Reader,n write a fair hand, and ncipheru to compound
Proportion was readv in mental punishment for the battk: of
life. Today with our graded public schcbl, which ends only
with a four years High School course. Let us trace for you
the progress of New Haven High School.
In the vear l9ll the old New Haven High School was estab-
lished, and began with an enrollment of about forty or fifty
students. Mr. B. H. Smith and Miss Irma Shordon superinten-
ded the work and in 1913 the first graduating class had com-
pleted their work. Those who received the first diplomas from
N.H.H.S. were Thomas Harlor, LstherfErudiD Elson, Iney and
Before the second vear's class graduated the High School
was con issioned. Mr. E. H. Smit , Miss Florence hoit and
Mrs. Bess CDeVilleissD Sunteu were the faculty. It was during
this year that base ball and basket ball were first started.
The teams did excellent work. Thisyear also marked the be-
ginning of a debating club.
Each year the number of students increased and the need
of more teachers was seen. Ther already had three and tle 4
next year anoth r wes added. The 1915 class was dexirous of
publishing an annual, out failing to begin their work soon
enough it could not be accomplished, so it remained for the
class of '16 to carry this out. They were successful and pub-
lished the U Ultimatum.n
As wears rolled on a greater number of pupils entered
school and conditions became so crowded that a new high school
was demanded. There was an addition built to the school in
l9ll to meet theccrowdcd condition at that time. In 1922 there
was an enrollment of one hundred and ton QIIOD.
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