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Page 11 text:
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d WW t W! I d Our friendly principal,
L f 1 dj! Vi- ug 1 Gordon Griffiths,
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TIME and HISTORY play a very important
roll in our junior high school program. They
deal specifically with man in relation to his
environments, knowledge of how man hes used
his environment to satisfy his basic needs, and
how man uses pS.St and present experiences to
prepare for the future.
Clocks are devices for indicating time, which
is obviously never ending, always moving for-
ward. Likewise, continuous education for all
ages is highly essential to reach wise solutions
in our democratic society.
Time, teachers and teenagers, all woven. to-
gether, constitute the tapestry of life.
Cordon Griffiths .
August I-Iueses, assistant principal
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MEET THE OFFICIALS AND THEIR ASSISTANTS
As a democratic nation must have leaders with thoughtful judgment for present problems and vision for future plannin
so the modern school must have a school board, superintendent, principal and faculty. The school board not only
determines school policy, but also advises and helps with school or coniinunity projects. Bruce O. Moore, superinte
dent, Gordon Griffiths, principal, and his assistant, August Huesca, administer our school to develop happy, useful
citizens- They are assisted by Mrs. lliglrsmith, Mr. Stillman, and Mr. Henrilcsen, who counsel students about regis-
tration and the choice of subjects that will broaden interests, develop leadership and prepare for vocational fitness.
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Miss Cohn explains European travel
routes to Mrs. Boatman, Mr. Adams,
Mr. Conners, Mr. Francisco, and
History repeats itself.
Since the world seems to travel in cycles, one can often understand the present through
the past. Through the capable efforts of the ten history teachers at North junior High,
the seventh graders travel back, in time, to the ancient civilizationsg the eighth graders
delve into the earliest beginnings of our nationg the ninth graders review European
history, It is with pride that we dedicate this ARROW to the History Department of
North junior High Schooil
Mr. Halstrom, Mr. Riggs, Mrs- Schneider and Mr- Platt are
proud to teach. us about Documents of Freedom.
nocuunvrs or rarrnou
The theme for our yearbook is time.
l Studying American, World, or Euro-
pean history, we deal with time of
the past, present, and future. This
year we used time. . .for stop watches
at sports. . .grandfather clocks to get
to school on time.. .cuckoo clocks to
remind us to study.. ,andhour glass-
es which cautioned "time waits for
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