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Page 13 text:
Superintendent P. A. Wright
Greetings to the Columbian:
I am glad to extend greetings to the Columbian
and to the student body represented by this
It is interesting to watch a school grow and
develop. Our school is new and has had restless
years, however, each year gives added stability and
each year there is greater allegiance to the school
from the student body. This allegiance can be
observed in many ways. For example, we have
more people who are doing honor work in college,
we have more people who look after the little
things in Columbia High School.
These improvements may not be easy for you to
observe, but for one who is able to come occasionally,
as it is my good fortune to do, I can see continual
gains which promise better days ahead.
May I congratulate you upon the gains you are
making and urge you to have faith in yourselves
which will give us even greater power.
Richland school Board
Our new school board: tleft to rightj Foy A.
The school board is, in effect, the director
of the school district. The board develops:
ill Policies. Q23 Approval of the school budget.
433 Approval of the election of teachers and
other personnel. 145 Approval or disapproval
of school expenditures. These are the major
duties of the school board. The members are
Leach, Thor Hauff, Jack Wilson, Grover Dawson,
elected by the people for a period of 3 years.
The board meets twice a month, and at what-
ever other special meeting times that may
There isn't any salary for the duties of
the school board member.
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Page 14 text:
From ur Principal
Congratulations to the annual staff and their ac
viser, Mr. Shaw, for the fine job they have done i
developing a book of this type. I believe I am correc
in saying that none of the staff had previous experiencl
in this work.
This year's book is an experiment with a new proces'
of printing and I hope it will meet the critical approve
of the students. It is possible to make a more attractiv
book with unusual effect for the same cost.
I hope this year's school life has been interestin
enough to each of you so that you will enjoy and cheris
its memories. This book will be a help in future year
to recall these memories.
School is now about to close for the yearg to th
seniors, congratulations and the best of everything
To all other students, a very enjoyable and profitabj
summer and a ho e that you will all be back
Columbia Hig nex September.
5 ,, .
Edgar K. Haag Mary Lee Hill Donald Landers
Girls' Counselor BOYS' CO'-1f1S910l'
From Our Vice Principal
I think it fortunate and valuable to
have spent five years in the class-
rooms of Columbia High before
assuming an "office" position, for now
I know many of you as students in-
stead of just "absentees" and "tar-
dies." My work, therefore, has been
easier and more pleasant. Particu-
larly, it has enabled me to see better
the worth of the labors of the annual
staff and to rely on them more as a
responsible, valuable group. Person-
ally, I feel it has been a good year
and that our school has made en-
couraging strides toward normal high
school achievements. I offer special
congratulations to the annual staff.
EDGAR K. HAAG
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