Walker High School - Banner Yearbook (Liberty, ME)

 - Class of 1944

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I I.RODT TCE O 'UTTINC ULP OCD K here, I ulne Flrzer, Q y u kn w th t llttle sr Xe cf spruce rd flr trees dawn behlnd e b rn f ccur e u o V y u Ph w wh t tl 1eLns tw the Glvernnent f r C untryo N 0 Tt leuns th t se trees w1ll help v1n t1lS w r fdr kn v wh t thut Wu d d e 9 t H es tu the mlll xnd is u de lnto piper f r Uur Army s P ritlon klt wrlpper lt Lees the lrpllne almnts ta lke wlnf tlps far the nes th t tr 1U b 1 s H d lt Fees t eur N vy to h ld shell c rtdns t bl w the uXlb ut f thc w ter , slr ind mbdt's ntre, s me d y y u wlll see lncen dl rles wlth p per flns drnpplne b mbs n pen r ur lin s nd y u kn w thlt the so ner V u et thlt pulp t tr mlll the tv thlnk thlt yqu re Hwlnv y ur U rg towdrd 1 klnp th se thlHLS D n't Fld xnur elf because there 15 enly u c rd f wcvd th re Thdt c rd 1S needed flst llke hundred cerds, so dnn't hesltute tl out it new end feel tl t fuu are d lhg y ur sh re f r VlCtJTy Dan't let Jur b ys dpwn r w vi they are dclnp sc well Leek, fdrmer, y u h ve a sen ln the rny cr Nuvy, and when h c es heae and sees th t grvve cf trees StuHdlH9 there what do y u thlnl he wlll sly? He'll prebubly say, USsy paw, why d1dn't ycu cut those tree dewn there when the cbuntry needed thenon Or 1 ybe he'll ccne he e crippled bee u e y u d1dn't fur nlsh D per for the tllnes he n eded Then what w l y u s Jehu Sdnfnrd L6 f"x f X x KLQ U NH x? X RJCE PREJUDICE Race pregudlce is ure f the utstendlnps problems df t d y whlch ur c untry feces T ke 1HCTlC n egr es f r lDStlHCL Were they n t br uvht t thls c untry Q6dlHSt thelr w l 'ere they n t b nded 1D llxery for ur ccnfcrt? Then w P t treat then S hun 1 beings? We sh uld net tre ther QS an 1Hf0T1OT race fur were not all men cre ted equelo In reality re we nvt lfra1d that ln ec n nlc cvnpetltlwn the mlnnrltv prcups might get whe d faster than curselveso It is a preblen thct clnnot be ab llshed by law It can be c unterected nly bv eduowtl n fnl the spre d of Derdcr tlc ldC3lS Llke Shvl ck nvt the pe ples rec s tvdav slv u ld l C f ur subnfreed nHath n t A Jew rs ns, dlU6HSlOHS, senses, 4ff6Ctl ns passl nso fed wlth the smnw f cd, hurt wlth the l1e e D rs, subJect t e sine dlse ses healed by the 16 e ns, warmed and c Jled y the lme we ns, Qs u Chrls tian lS9 If y u prlck us, de w n t bleed? If vnu tlckle , du W D I lS n us, do we n t dleo lf V u wr ng us shall we reven eon Every step we t ke fdl ter freed lar nurselves brlnas the problem of r ce d Justuent cl ser h me If we s e ur S 4 ctl n of 1ll, sv1e d y t wlll be settled tc thelr wwn s tisflctl n und Hut Ml1tlD Pease 'AL , I 4 T T lah AL lxi. ' F u Y mf 1- H- N v - - . , A-t4J.Iv.f14 .L , ' e 1 J . ., I '-.. ' G, It V 'Q X 'V ir I I 'I I , H p 'V IMJLJ ' ur. il' 1 1. ' d . L, lj ' - , QA L ' - A ' ' 41 ,. 'J U -1 I I U 1 ' 'a G U V . 5 9 N o N a , ' U 1 ' 1 ' -.1 v O ef .- .. A ',. 0 a n th- e -f O S- y: d . -ell, Q J' 71 1? 'K ' P 1- - . - .. . du J x ef J L L K ng 5 " LP ,: A 7 " A C H 51 Q eu e . Q ' H . sh uld A . to. l I ' . .. the - e ,U ' 5 ,gn - ' - ' v - - -. . . 1 , J 1 l us. Dc you , J ry: GJ 3 'J' Q-S. I 3 ' f .- , , ' ' . U " L .M . E. .1 . . . .2 K x - ., :,, C 1 L t -L L, r 1 , ' X ,, ' n A Q u a n 3 J "' JN f 'J O . x A' 1. 7 2 f H ' ' W ' f . ' c ' J . ' . 2 ple l e dur wg' , -n C xg W -, . 8 ., Ll ' E4 JJ L Q A c' ' . . , , . ' ,, , o p f.L U J ' U O C v , . e 3 . Yes , . fl' Q . 0 V ,Q 'n -. ' ' . A. .T O . :A U - - J f Q A 3 ' -. 1 ' M 1 Q. V , on 0. JJL' f mn U W . e . ' N .Q 0 cf Q m'gh A .- - , 1 - - l .1 U' 0 ' J X 1 ex ki -J tj L. 4' H, , " 5' ., 1 O .U ' l ' 53 q 1 1 ,- ' .. . . . - sn-ner yuu wlll hlve the rlght eyes? hath not e Jew hands, . . -e e - 1 J ' .L x, C. . C LJ Q Cl . ' , I 0 ,I 0 1 - 3 . L 1 ' J. 4 J 5 7 q 9 ' , . . A . ' . ' U. l nr- S ' ' - " ' '. Q l ' -. - I ., , . ' , ' u as k if p Sf . X W 'UL -,f L , U the lic' J 3 Q x C. 5 - .Ae , ' ' 7' A . , ' . I . . ,., w f. . - 5 k J ' Sea! A JL ..l . X 1' Lu ' w " u 13 3' b A sf: .La f 1 ' - ,X . 7 , . V . . A KJ j .' .1 ' kg 1. o ' . Q - . . -. e - ' L J 1. LQ - 1.1 'fl if-ln S3 . " 'V , M Q , . P . l . us e .ut leufh? f ymu - ' . . f , '.. f maybe 'e a pe c. - M ,. X . A 1 ' 'A' r ' y ef .J , ' ' - e cn 't: a 1 3 . . L ' ' f' J Ui J 5 3.4 ' 1 QTEIELQ . , . .ll - CJ L A ' ' X ' ull L. -. , . Q . '- ' . ' , ' .. 3 Q -. ' ' ' 1 N x C' "- ' fl '3 -. 3 v e ' O ' 1 l,- 4 LJ-A ' - . A 1. . . ls 2 V - A du net ettlf lt tv le at-s- - r ay - rw ' - 1 - f - -. lu ' 5,4 fa -f c r...3 ei 1 . A q H X . . F . A A A L. o e " A u. . rl A Q . A . - C- ' - 5 -A - ' ' 0 . U X Q ' l" 'll U ny? . . ' R . 1 - 1 , L .Q -. 0 1 .X .ex x f lf .i ' A 1' , X! K A In x1.,l Q4 1 x ff -N. A ff s X xx VV I .i 1 -X L. 7 'ff . X X I J- . ' fx ' M" 157 X ' X -...-fl ., Q I ..-,Q .. . 1 if KW.,



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POSSIBILITIES OF SMALL TOWNS There is every reason to be lieve that after this wdr is over the small town will come into its own as the ideal plac lH whlch to llve The small town of twenty or twenty flve yedrs go wds rlth er lsoleted from the rest of the world The people did not h ve me ns of tr nsport tion for themselves or their products Trev d1d not hlve electrlc lights or any electrlc dppllances They were hlndlc pped because they were uwuy from llbT1Tl6S, up to d1te stores, outlets for thelr products, and curt ot wlth people on the outslde Tod y we have or 1re on the wav to hlve, every modern convenlence, lnd ll we need now 18 to n ke Q od use of our plsslbllltles The rural town of tod y could be thc center own people, but also for the people uf the surrounding com MUHltlCS central busl vlll ge for hls pr duce be tr nsported from there Just S nllk lS now There could be ness place 1D the every ne to brlng The pr duce could There could be one constllduted l rge school bulldinp 1D the V11 1 ge well heuted llghted, nd equlpped, whlch wluld provide up to d te educ tl n l frcllltles f r ll the chlldren of the town Lrd surrvundlng CUNHUH1tlCS There could be ccnsolldated nurch wlth the cooper tl n of ll The church could be the center of TCllgl us und SOC13l actlvites for people wltrin o large ered Here, besldes the regul r church servlces, young people could meet for u soclel evenlng new nd then, nd dll could obtaln good books I short, the church could enslly be the church home for o large communlty Our rwn larger por 1sh novenent lS l tep in that d1T6CtlOH, There cmuld be u publlc llb r ry Mrny people who re new N r ldlng g would re d they cluld There c focllltles Llbcrty, t h r ve can re dlngn worthwhlle books lf get them uld be recreatlonsl Perhxps s lP ere lS bog pond thxt c uld be flo ded lH the wlnter rnd m de lnto good skutlng rlnk Perhaps there mount ln ivsll ble for wlnter sp rts Mdny p rks h ve llreedy been bullt lrrge en ugh for fveryune t come to und engoy SWlWHlHQ, boutlng rd other water ports There could be udequ te rural houslng wlth electrlc llghts and running wlter The clty n w lures the young people w y from the rur l sec t1WHS, but mndern l1VlHg condi tl9HS, LH Clubs, brllg s nd ther rur l CtlVltlS c uld do much to Peep the y ung folks on the firms Indlcutlnn re th t the smell ttwn 1 due to become the nT6Sl dentlml SSCtlODn of it's nelghbor inp cltles nd large towns. T, I, u o . . , . ' 'J . - . . 1. 3 -I ' L s r . .. KA e x ' u 'K . ' . . . , l e -L L. - . ' . Q I1 . ' Q 4 . ' c Ll Q L ' - 'Y 4 A 1 ' I n X N 4 L . g I s " , . . I A A 1- C S 'W , 'x Q IX ' ' -A 1 LA 'L sd U ' ,T ' r , u 1 1 U , L 9 - . 5 . I ' , 0 lk 0 x Il U I L- , ' I I X 'N . . -, 2 T A L e ,n boo - o ' '- . f ' 1- - x I ' ' ' -A 4. . - ' L 1 . r' r, ' ' L A 1 . ' , I ' o K '.. L' , Fl , I p ,Q 1 A A . . . . p . L ' v - I s- , ak L . ' 1 , A 3 .I ' YE 3 ' 1 . ,. rs . , 4 U . A ' 1 .T - - O' , f, Q - . . . . l , , F L 0 7 1 - . el U ' il . f ' ' - Q. . - . . ' 1 . O 0 I of uCtlVltl6S, not only for lts lS Q 1 Q 4 , , . ' L O , ,L , K K 1 . ' L 1 ' .L J .A E , . . L 0 -if j E O , V, . A I . . . ' . T. , L ' U- ' "' fi l ' S Q . . p ' A , or , W . . , ' U ' u , L - C CF .1 - ' I . ' . ' . . . . L u. , o , - , ' o . ., 'J f A O G I I O V CA , ' " ii Q n r ,L - A S ' A o , Q u or , , Q. M K - . . H , L " .' '7 ' Y' Q I - . . -Vt , A ,H ' f. -1 ' ' ' I 0 a ' -- UL " U- - U Q "1 S C . - of' -1- " . L. T ' O " l I l '- ' L , l A Q . , ' A . A O V 0 n f- . 1. .J cl ,A 'I ' I I Q I 1 A rw , is . A . r , 0 . . "' L' ' L' G L . C I 1 . m . . X D .A

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