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'LW-here, oh, where are the grand old seniors?" ....,A,,..,, That
well may have been the question around school this year with so many
fellows from our class leaving before graduation time in order to serve
in the armed forces of our country. They're scattered in all parts
of the United States now, and some have even reached foreign shores.
However, those of us who have been more fortunate in being
allowed to remain in high school realize what they have given us. We
talk about members of our class who have devoted time and effort
to various projects, and we set out to select those two who h-ave, in
our opinion, done the most for the school. Yet we have failed to
credit the boys who are doing their utmost to give us all that we have
had. Without their aid, we should not have our school, we should
not have had these carefree days, and we should never have been able
to publish our classbook. So, in a sense, this book belongs to them.
"They've gone out from their Alma Mater, gone now in the
wide, wide world." Yes, physically, they've gone out from their Alma
Mater, they're in the wide, wide world. After June the rest of their
classmates, the rest of the class of '44 who have studied and played with
them, will join them. ln the meantime, there's some part of each
class, some corner in the hall, some seat in main study, some place at
athletic contests, some spot in assembly, and even some star in the
service flag, which is theirs. It is fitting to pay tribute to these forty:
fourers who never had their opportunity to graduate from the halls
of old Port Jervis with their friends, by dedicating this, their classbook,
to them. "Gone out from their Alma Mater?" "In the wide, wide
world?" No, in spirit they're still here.
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STANDING Miss Virginia Wilsisri, Mr. Paul Koors.
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This page is dedicated to our advisors, to those inemhers ol'
the faculty who have worked hard and well in an effort to make our
class projects successful. This wction of the hook is dedicated to Mrs.
Louise Blood for her assistance with the classhook, to Mix Elizaheth
Stoddard for her efforts with the senior play and minstrel, to Mr. Paul
Koors for his cooperation with the class at all times, to Mrs. Mae Hop-
kins for her help hackstage at class entertainments and to Miss Virginia
Wilstmii for her advice and aid at class performances. We hope that
this will express in part our appreciation and gratitude.
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