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LEFT TO RIGHT STANDING: Mr. E.H. Williamson, Mr. Paul Keaton, Dr. C.L. Yarbrough, Superin
tendent of Schools, Mr. L.M. Ford. SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. W.I-I. Scarborough, Secretary
Mr. Wayne Boren, Mr. Lee T. Stinson, and Mr. Clyde Godwin,
The Snyder Board of Education, supported by forward looking patrons, has set high standards
for its schools. With a strong faith in the value of education, the Board has spent many, many
hours in planning for the construction of needed facilities and the development of an educational
pr ogram which is responsive to the needs of the children. Members of this Board are unself-
ishly dedicated to al-1 those things which make for an outstanding school system and community.
These are some of the reasons for the growing prominence of the Snyder Schools.
MR. L.T. STINSON
MR. J'.B. TURNER
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Dear Students: DR. C.L. YARBROUGH
Recently a group of distinguished visitors spent
One of these visitors commented that it takes more
pointed out that the most outstanding characteristic
was the wonderful spirit of co-operation and achievement demonstrated by the students. He
stated he had never seen anything to equal it in facilities, program, teachers and student.
"However, it is the students who make this school great", said the visitor, "and I am
convinced that this is one of America's outstanding high schools." This is the impression
which the Snyder High School makes upon many. Naturally it is pleasing that others can see
so readily these earmarks of a great school.
several hours in the Snyder High School.
than a building to make a school, and
When we look at America's flag we think of a great country--proud, human, dedicated to
liberty and individual freedom, a light of opportunity for people throughout the world. When
see a diploma it is for us a symbol of achievement. When we look at our school emblem, a
Tiger, we are stirred to loyalty and dedication to the things for which our school stands.
It is fitting and proper that the sum total of our school should have lasting effect upon our
students, our patrons and our visitors as an outstanding place of opportunityfor democratic
living and learning and for the full acceptance of responsibility. Each of us has a challenge
to see that our contributions to these purposes of our school are of the best.
C . L. YARBROUGH
of the Snyder High School, in his opinion,
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