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As time marches on, each personality makes an imprint
or a contribution to help or to hinder the progress of society.
1890 to 1940 marks a period of progress in education for
Rhinelander in that the facilities were increased to accom- ff--W
modate enrollments, faculties were enlarged, and budgets
were expanded to provide the means. The one-room school of
1882 has been increased to seven buildings in 1940 and the one
graduate of 1890 to one hundred sixty in 1940.
Under the guidance of the boards of education, faculty
members, and interested citizens of the community, the edu-
cational factor has received recognition and prospered equally
with other community interests. The educational, social, and
economic life of the community during this period greatly
benefited by those persons who were a positive influence, and
much pride may be found in the hearts of those who played
their part. We earnestly hope that the next fifty years will
be even richer in its contribution to the welfare of all in this
MR, H. C. WEINLICK, M.A.
MR. W. F. KRUSCHKE, M.A.
The Class of 1940, about ready to pass on its achievements
to the Juniors, is to be commended on its excellent ability to
convert the breaks of life into advantages. I have enjoyed
helping this fine group o'f boys and girls through three years
of high school work. There have been ups and downs, but if
it were not for these unpredictable things, it would be hard
for you to fit into the plan of life when you graduate.
I hope your years of high school preparation have made
you more conscious and more alert to what will be expected
from you when you leave school. May good fortune and pros-
perity always accompany you.
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Mrs. Oscar Moen, Mrs. Mabel Carr, T. J. Patrinson, -I. M. Caldwell, R. J. Mueller, W. F. Kruschke, Ed.
swcnsm, Ernest Draheim, Dean Juday.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
J. M. Caldwell ..,. ....... P resident
T. J. Parrinson .... .... V ice-President
Mrs. Mabel Carr .... ...... S ecretary
"If a little knowledge is dangerous, Where is the
man who has so much as to be out of danger?"
-Thomas Henry Huxley
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