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It seems only yesterday that I entered the Senior homeroom
for the first time and made Wseveral announcements.n Yes, time does certainly
fly. Now we are getting ready to say good-bye and I hardly know what to say to
a class which has heard so many usermonsn on fair play and the like. However,
as the late Principal E. A. Lewis used
working, a crank is necessary to start
Seriously, I have
and as individuals. Your achievements
to say, nWhen the self starter isn't
enjoyed every minute with you as a class
have been many while your problems have
challenged us to strive to solve them in the best possible way. I have tried
to give you experiences in nbeing able to take itn which have often gone against
the popular trend, which, by the way, is not always the right trend. Such ex-
periences should stand you in good stead out in life.
A story of an Italian lumberman best illustrates the point.
An American traveler was watching him pull certain logs out of a swift mountain
stream. 'Why do you pick out those few?H, the traveler asked. NThey all look
alike.n WBut they are not alike, seignior. The logs I let go by have grown on
the side of a mountain where they have been protected all their lives. Their
grain is coarseg they are good only for lumber. But these logs, seignior, grow
on the top of the mountain. From early seedlings they have been lashed by the
storms, and so they grow strong with fine grain. We save them for choice workg
they are not nlumber , se1gn1or.u
Good-bye, Class of 1940, and the best of luck to all of you!
TWO AT A FIRESIDE
I built a chimney
for a comrade old,
I did the service
not for hope or hire-
And then I traveled on
in w1nter's cold,
Yet all the day
I glowed before the fire.
Page 5 text:
. ' M ll A w. Risley. Frank Vanterwa
68. 6 2 0 U 3
The Board of,Educat1on does a great deal for ourJ
bufldings'and grounds are kept in repair and that the
times. They choose and hire the teacher u
s and see that
at all times. Mr. Floyd L. Risley is the President of
Mr. Arthur W. Risley acts as clerk, Mr. Carl B. Mepham
and Mr. Raymond Fisher is the Attendance Office
Monday of every month.
The members of the Board make up different committ
school. Merton Vandewalle, F. L Risley and Fra k
school. They see that the
are neat and tidy at all
everything runs smoothly
this gfeat organization.
takes care of the money,
Board meets on the second
ees for the upkeep of the
. , n Vandewater are on the Tea-
chers' Committee. The Buildings and Grounds Committee is made up of Lloyd
Williams, Peter Moll, Glen Spink, and Merton Vandewalle. John Baart and Frank
Vandewater make u th P
p e urchasing Com ittee. The members of the Auditing Com-
mittee are M '
erton Vandewalle and Frank Vandewater.
The Board members do a great deal of work, and we,
want them to know that we a
the faculty and students
ppreciate all they have done for us.
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L McGowan, J..p0tt1nger, L. Snlt ,
H. Maw V. Pinson, 0 ' . D 1 E. Smith
C' Funnoll' J' Dinan, P Draies M. Lasalle' E' Crooks, g. Mgiyiend, R. Colburn
M, Calk1nS, J' Brow ' A' Cpgss H. Drews, U. McLym0n ,
G. Martiny. M' Thape' " '
William H. Drews, B. S.
Charles R. Funnell, B. Q.
VIce FrincIpaI, Commerce
Pauline M. Drake
Secretary, Glrls' Physical Education
Jean Pottin er B. A.
EngIIsE, Kierfoan History
Elizabeth M. Smith, B. A.
French, EngIIsH, Journalism
Mar erite E. Thane, B. A.
a ematfcs, Business Training
Vir inia T. Pinson, B. Q.
- Home Economics
Anita F. Cross, B. A.
IEtIn, Ancient Hfstory
Geor e R. Martin B. S.
Scfence, Soclal Science
L10 d McGowan, Q. S.
Hug? Robertson, B. M.
Helen B. Maw, B. Q.
Lucille A. Smith
Robert D. Colburn, B.
Stella McL ,ond
Marie C. Calkins
Urlla McL ond
Gertrude Do le
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