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A-bove the fruit -ed plain. PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF THE WILLARD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA JUNE 18, 1943
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For pur -pie moun-tain maj-es-ties Our America We love her parks and mountains tall, Her oceans and soft brown hills. We ' re proud of each stream and waterfall, Her coal mines and textile mills. Her plains are rich with waving grain, Her cities are busy with trade. Here pilgrims come and can remain To worship unafraid. All this our fathers left in our care, And we must keep it free From despot ' s lash and wily snare, Our American Democracy. — Dick Robinson.
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A - mer - i - ca! A - mer - i - ca! Our Best In time of war, each of us needs to remember again his duties and and reponsibilities as a citizen of our country. Each of us must be ready and willing to do whatever is required, whether on the battle front or on the home front. Some will be called upon to face hardship and danger; others to fulfill the unspectacular but important duties and sacrifices of civilian life in war time. Let each of us do his full duty, no matter what it may be. — H. N. McClellan, Principal No Less Our boys on the battlefields are fighting and dying for the fundamental freedoms which we practice as the American way of life. It is our responsibility as the citizens of the next generation in the United States to be able to put an end to further bloodshed for these glorious freedoms. We must be fully supplied with brawn and brains to qualify for this task. We can only achieve this great aim by taking full advantage of our privilege of free education and by being thoroughly prepared to meet that generation with our shoulders to the wheel. It must be our best — no less, now and forever, for the Red, White, and Blue. — Kirby Moulton, Student Body President For Victory KIRBY MOULTON While the enemies of mankind Call the hosts of hate to war, And the reign of terror threatens Freedom ' s flag on every shore, Uncle Sam stands strong and steady Through the bitter storm and strife To preserve our loved traditions And our blessed way of life. Let us then with faith and courage Face the task that ' s to be done, Till our enemies are vanquished And our victory is won. — George Kelly.
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