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Prmcnpal s Message
To all students, but particularly to
the members ef the graduating class, would
like to address this principal's message.
In recent years, whatever may be the
reason, there has been pressure on all people
to conform - to be average - almost to be
standardized. There is a greater tendency to
make security the main goal in life, and when
disaster threatens to leek to the government
to save us.
If we as a people lose our individuality
and our independence, allow ourselves to be
ham ered into a mold, and are afraid te stand
out above the average, then the future will
Work hard to develop your abilities.
Within the bounds of morality and propriety,
work out your own destiny to the very best of
those abilities. Then you will have the sat-
isfaction of something well done, of a life
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