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Page 9 text:
The 1966 Trojan Annual Staff wishes to express its most hearty
thanks to not just one Mr. English but to three wonderful members of
the English family.
First to Homer English who did his usual stupendous photography
work. As most know and can see from the picture Homer had quite a
misfortunate accident in his car near Fort Wayne in May.
An air of discouragement smothered the staff. Egads! Now What?
Ho1ner's son, John, stepped in and his remarkable work supported
the English name. A few difficulties arose between Tipp City, where he
makes his home, and Troy.
When these difficulties did occur Jim English, a brother to Homer
came from Sidney to fill in.
Our many thanks go to three of the most wonderful and cooperative
men in the world.
Thank you, Mr. Englishfesj.
The 1966 Trojan Staff
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Miss Elizabeth Blackburn for your warm manner and your fine
teaching ability. . . for getting the "Trojan Criier' well on its way
. . . for being a senior class advisor and for your wonderful help at
Commencement. . . for your great workin the business depart-
ment, the 1966 Trojan is dedicated to you, Miss Elizabeth Black-
Mrs. Ruth Burk, for that cheerful disposition and for always being
ready to help whenever we needed you. . . for being the advisor of
JCOWA and having so many successful General Assemblies and
Mock Federal Legislatures. . . for organizing Student Government
Day. . . for being a senior class advisor and for doing such a fine job
at Commencement, the 1966 Trojan is dedicated to you, Mrs. Ruth
Miss Edna Floyd, for your fine
personality and warm smile. . . for
getting us off to a great start as
entering freshmen. . . for teaching
us to say "I wrote a letter" in-
stead of "I writ a letter.". . . for
teaching us that Great Expecta-
tions wasn't so bad after all, the
1966 Trojan is dedicated to you,
Miss Edna Floyd.
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