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The Annual Staff
Editor-in-Chief . .
Literary Editor .
Art Editor ....
Picture Editor . .
Society Editor . .
Joke Editor . . .
Athletic Editor . .
Service Editor . .
. ...Philip Bushnell
. . . .Adeline Loetller
. . . . . .Vincent Blake
. . .... Lamont Tufts
To recall to the minds of our classmates memories which they will
treasure in future days: to record for the students the principal events of
past years: and to present to such other friends as may see these pages a
glimpse of the intimate life of the High School, has been the aim of the
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FHM ,. A
Wvhat does my school mean to me? Very few of us have stopped
in our carefree and happy school life to even ask that question. Do l con-
sider school as a place in which I invest the best that is in me and draw out
something better, or is it merely a place in which l may pass my time away
with little thought of anything but the present? Do l treat it as an oppor-
tunity or as a necessary pilgrimage in life's routine? It is too true that
many of us qualify in the latter class.
W'e were crowded in the old building but we possessed something of
real value-genuine school spirit. This spirit kept the lighting blood up
and we turned out teams in football, baseball, and basketball, which only
St. Joe High is capable of, making our county rivals look sick.
But youth with all its pent up energy must have room in which to
spend it. NVe longed for a place where we could shout our war cries,
without literally bringing down the house, where every line of school
activity could be fully developed and where we could get complete training
for our future.
Qur wish has been granted. Wie have every advantage and opportunity
to make good. lt is wonderful, the accomplishments of the "old gradsf'
and it is our privilege to boast of their deeds. Let us carry the spirit of
the 'loldl' into the "new," and invest heavily, making these lirst few years,
years of splendid achievement.
"Fight for the honor of her,
Keep up your spirit, brother,
Wlin for the St. Joe High."
What Do You Think?
Everybody thinks. Wihat do you think? This is the iirst "Annual"
put o-ut in S. H. S. in three years. Wie grant that it could be improved
upon, but the fund which we had to use was surprisingly low and our
experience- was nil.
To what better use could class money be put than to leave to the
school its own history in a form which is available to those who made it.
Nlany schools put out monthly or quarterly reviews. YVe ought at least
to be able to put out a year book. If the reader will scan the pages closely
it will be noticed that advertisements are missing. Let us hope that in
future issues they will not be found. The would-be advertisers, with grate-
fulness in their hearts for the last statement, approached us with donations,
but we instructed them to give them: to the Red Cross or Salvation Army.
Thus, we did our bit. Do your Mbit" next year schoolmates, and put out
the best annual ever published. lf some one says the High School can get
along "well enough" without one, answer with the words of F. Glynn-
'Let Well enough alone is a banner carried by a race that never ran verily,
it is a good sop for Bums."
Yvhat do you think? -HLlNK."
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