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Page 6 text:
I often went with my mother to pick wild blackberries in the fields and
woods when l was a small boy. In those long gone clays much home canning
was done and the rich, tangy blackberries certainly were good in the winter
Most of the time the nicest, juiciest berries were in the middle of the
patch and one had to break a path to them. In the process of breaking
paths and picking the berries from the prickly stems my fingers, honds, face,
and body were considerably jabbed and scratched. The effects of the jabs
and scratches sometimes lasted for several days. However, the pride of
achievement in securing food for winter and the thoughts of rich, tasty jams
and jellies crowded into the background the discomfort of getting them.
School experience should give students enough breadth of view to
understand that many of the good things of life come only after the solution
of difficulties; that in a sense, we are always breaking a path through prickly
The school in cooperation with other agencies should stimulate students
to actively desire the best things for themselves and their community. When
men and women feel deeply about the great ideals of the human race, they
do not notice the inconsequential jabs and scratches of the blackberry bushes:
indeed ,they make the supreme sacrifice without whimpering.
Anyhow, good luck and best wishes for full pails of rich juicy black-
W. L. RICHEY
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We dedicate the Silhouette of 1943 to those couragious Americans on
the battle fields, in the defense industries, and to all others participat-
ing in America's war effort, since it is these people who are fighting for
our great country so that we and the future youth of America may
continue to live in a free nation where an education like ours is possible.
January 7, 1943
. . . ttAs long as our flag flies over this capitol, Americans will honor the
soldiers, sailors and marines who fought our first battles of this war against
overwhelming odds--the heroes living and dead, of Wake and Bataan, and
Guadalcanal, of the Java Sea and Midway and the North Atlantic convoys.
Their unconquerable spirit will live forever.
ttOur forward progress in this war has depended upon our progress on the
production front. We take off our hats to those responsible for our American
productioneto the owners, managers, and supervisors, to the draftsmen,
engineers, to the workers-men and womenein factories and arsenals and ship-
yards and mines and mills and forests and railroads and farms.
the take off our hats to all Americans who have contributed magnificently
to our common cause?
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Another spring, another commencement, and another class of young
men and young women about to leave the portals of their Alma Mater to
enter into broader phases of life. We hope the training you have received
at Scienceville High School will prove of real benefit to you during the years
that lie ahead.
You are privileged to live during one of the great epochol periods of
the world. We have been able to control the physical world but the spiritual
and social seems out of our reach.
The great progress we have made in the physical world during the past
half century seems to dwarf our ability socially and spiritually to meet the
problems thus incurred. The whole world is now impoverishing itself in the
throes of a death struggle. With all of our lauded material civilization we
have permitted misfits to take command of great resources developed in a
successful world of technology. Society is responsible for these human misfits
and must pay the price for permitting in the world on environment that
could produce these bestial types of totalitarian governments.
The challenge for a better world is one which the immediate future
must meet. Avail yourself of all opportunities of further education and
preparation to meet the moral, intellectual, social, and material aspects of
life To meet them better than they have been met in the past. To meet
them with head erect, with a heart aglow for the problems of your fellow
men. To meet them as a common soldier in the cause of humanity; whether
your field of battle be in the office, the mill, or with a musket in hand.
Scienceville has an abiding faith in you and your ability. As the vicissi-
tudes of life carry you out into the maelstrom of human activities and events
we will be with you in spirit and rejoice at your successes and be grieved by
C. V. THOMPSON
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