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- Un the iillrmhera nf ihr Ctrahuaiing Clllawa
nf Eanuarg, 19311
To THE MEMBERS or 'ri-In CLASS or JANUARY 1930: Z
Every member of the graduating class will leave the school milled with en-
thusiasm and ambtion for success in the world. Can every member achieve this prize in life? Yes, if he or she will analyze the careers of successful men and S
women, in the largest sense of the word, note their dominant characteristics, and 2
E then plan his own life so as to emphasize these prominent qualities. What are some of these qualities? E
5 QU Good character, E
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C71 truth and honesty, f W QSQ courtesy and tact. ' '
Good character is the most important part of our success. It contributes more
5 than all other characteristics toward success. Hence, more than half the value of
N education lies in the building of character. Everybody has a mode of life which
, has become, to a certain extent, habitual with him. VVc know from our own ex-
5 perience that we can trust one person-another, we can not, one boy may be rude-
another, courteous. This impression that one gives is the "name" that one bears
E in life and is really character. l i
You may sometime hear a story, which you do not believe, about some one you
5 know very well. You say, "It is not like him, he would never do so." Hence, the
5 value of a good "name," or character, in life is obvious. ' g
E During the whole school career every principal and teacher has given Nfrcely
2 of his time and talents to develop these desirable qualities in every student. You
l E have received this training. Now go forth into the world to practice whole-hcartedly T
5 these characteristics that have stood the test of time and are the foundation stones a
E uporibwhicli every successful man has built his career. I May each of you be fortunate enough to Win the sterling prizes of life. E . E
' -WILLIAM H. DOOLEY.
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3 Our Beloved Principal
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Gln the Members nf the Curahuaiing Gilman
nf January, 19311
Now that you, members of the class, are approaching the end of your life with
us, we can say to you some of the things for which the busy days of the scl1ool
course left no opportunity. It has seemed to you that our interest has been
entirely a matter of percentages and Regents' reports. Yet there is something in
your school life that has meant more to us than your marks, your attendance record,
even than your football victories. This is your personality, the real self that your
teachers and companions have gradually learned to recognize in you.
It is this real self that we wish success as you leave our five buildings to play
your part in the world.
We wish you success as students, that even those of you who never enter college
doors may continue using your brains in the solution of the clifiicult problems that
life presents. lVe Wish you success in the textile industry or elsewhere, and we
hope that you receive a reward of comfort and economic security, CVB11 though a
fortune never comes your way.
We wish you to be successful citizens, contributing your own-courage and energy
to the defense of your country from corruption and lawlessness. Above all, we wish
you to be successful human beings, men and women whose lives are made rich and
happy by friends worth having, pleasures worth enjoying, and ideals worth striving
-Jessie VVALLACE HUGHAN.
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