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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1947:
Congratulations to the members of the Class of 1947. You
have fulfilled a desire, attained an objective and found a new
The objective has been in many cases the acquiring of charted
knowledge, or receipt of formal certification or granted oppor-
tunity for further study. These seeming objectives are really only
means, means carrying you inexorably toward the development of
a total personality, good or bad, which will benefit or retard man-
I hope that your subjects and classes have provided you with
the knowledge to think clearly and honestly and in addition have
served as laboratories for the development of sound judgments, for
the achievement of selfless devotion to high ideals, and for the
attainment of respect and appreciation for all mankind. at home
and abroad. May the memory of our Uruguayan visitor, Miss Bea-
trice Lopez Monestier, ever be a reminder that the world is small
and that we are all truly neighbors.
Again congratulations upon your graduation from high school.
I hope that the education gained through the elementary and sec-
ondary schools of this school district has kindled a desire for further
learning and has helped prepare you for the greater tasks ahead.
FosTER S. BROWN
' gig.,-1-1-f X'
TO THE CLASS OF 1947:
You've lived your high school years upon the hill
In classrooms hitherto untenanted.
Immeasurably your class has helped to forge
Distinctive patterns of activity.
From neophitic frosh to cap and gown!
Congratulation-full and unrestrained!
As time gives you a recollective mood,
Draw forth a clipping here and there,
A medal, or the program of your prom,
Memento of a championship hard-won,
And most important still your cherished ann
A "Panoramic" view of life at school.
If these can measure satisfactorily
The culture and the knowledge each has wrought
Into his way of life, then all is well.
However, proofs of educated men
Lie not in souvenirs but useful deeds
And contributions of enlightenment.
How fairly do you treat your fellow men?
How squarely do you face your daily tasks?
How brightly lighted is your inner self
By music, and the arts, and literature?
Here is the challenge to create anew
A world community of honor and respect.
LESTER E. RoUNDs,
High School Principal.