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The bpsp-Wishes of the faculty and the stu dents attend each Knight andgady, of South-
eastfHigh School, as you set forth upon life's crusade. Like all the other graduates of these
ar years you will be scattered Widely over the face of the earth We hope the tools of
Aught which you have acquired' during your high school years will assist you in becoming
one of the thinkers, upon Whose leadership Victory in War, and Progress and Peace depend.
May the enriched character which We now see in you as a promising bud break into full
bloom during maturity and show all the attributes of good citizenship in a World corn-
munity. These attributes are: cooperation with the forces of good, courtesy out of regard
for your fellowrnen, industry in behalf of all char means progress, and honesty in thought
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We hope that wherever you serve your fellowmen you will demonstrate good leadership
in safeguarding the freedoms of democracy fostered in our beloved Republic.
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Today,s glorious civilization has been shaped by the contributions of great individuals
Whose discoveries and inventions have literally made a new earth. Night has been turned into
day, time has been diminished, gravity has been conquered, places that were distant are now
near, human Wants have been increased and satisfied, and high standards of living are in evi-
dence. Yes, because of great individuals, the masses of people have been released from the bond-
age of the limitations of primitive life. l
In the past, covetousness of a reasonable financial return to the individual for an idea, in-
vention, discovery, or organization was not characteristic of those benefited. Our representa-
tive government has been quick to appreciate and recognize the benefits derived from the con-
tributions of individuals. Protection and encouragement have been guaranteed through patents
and copyrights. . - .
Today, signs indicate a trend toward a period in which the individual may be lost in the
masses. Let's trust this trend is temporary, because the best thinking of gifted individuals is
required to discover and put into practice the laws governing peace and good will among na-
tions. Surely, When God made all things in the beginning, he made laws and principles whereby
people may live in peace with each other.
Seniors, be individuals! Make the earth better because you, too, have lived.
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The navigators whom we know as the counselor, registrar,
secretary, and the faculty chart our course through four years
of secondary education. Sometimes it is hard to take their
advice, especially when we are flying blind, but they have had
years of experience in navigation. Many a "trainer cub" and a
"flying fortress," too, they have guided through Storms.
Miss Minnie Dingee, counselor, checks each studentis pro-
gram to see that he will have the required credits for gradua-
tion. She arranges changes in programs and helps pupils get
part-time work. Miss Dingee works especially with the seniors
to insure their graduation and to arrange for some of them
to take examinations for scholarships to colleges and universities.
Miss Ruth Robinson and Miss Helen Wilkin, registrar and
secretary respectively, handle the routine office work which
keeps the machinery of the school working smoothly.
Who can say just what teachers do for their students? Cer-
tainly more than merely instructing them in what the books
say. Perhaps it could be said that they, more than any others,
instill the fundamentals of democracy in the next presidents,
mayors, lawyers, stenographers, mothers, and fathers. What
high school student has not heard his parents mention par-
ticular teachers frdrn whom they learned worthwhile lessons
which have guided them through the years?
Teachers are to be praised for their patience, perseverance,
and faith in their pupils and in their abilities. They have taught
them to temper the more serious things they learn in school
with a keensense of humor and bind the whole together with
good sportsmanship and with love for fellowmen.
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