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The creeping ivy clings against gray towers,
The trees are old and wise and very tall
Their shadows lie, like lace on every wall A mellow clock chimes out the drifting hours,
As if to say, "Time slips, while learning flowers — So many feet have echoed through each hall,
So many years have gone beyond recall,
So many sun-swept days, so many showers.'
Perhaps these gray stones, robed in ivy, feel That students strolling past are but a dream Perhaps the boys and girls with youth agleam Are phantomlike and just a bit unreal To the tall trees that, standing calmly by,
Draw strength and knowledge from the far-flung sky I — MARGARET SANGSTER
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That Mr Smith has been made a member of many educational groups throughout the State is evidence of his outstanding work in this field. In lO'SO he served as chairman of the Committee on Advanced Standings, and as chairman of the Administrative Committee of this school. Twice he has been the head of the history section of the State Teachers Association, and once acted as leader of the Social Science Section.
At present, he is a member of the State Advisory Committee of the National Economic League, and of the State Committee to Study Small High Schools Fraternally, Mr. Smith is affiliated with Phi Delta Kappa, a national honorary educational fraternity: Theta Delta Chi. a social fraternity; the Masonic Order: and the Rotary Club.
To the freshmen, upon entering school, the place that Mr. Smith holds is not fully appreciated, but the juniors and seniors who have had the opportunity of working with him. and of asking and receiving his help, know him as a true friend and adviser. Besides being a friend to the student body, he is a friend of the school itself, and has aided immeasurably in lifting Central State to the high rank it now enjoys.
Thus, in dedicating this Iris to you. Mr. Smith, we arc expressing in a small way our thanks for all you have done for us and for our school.
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