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SUPEEVISING PEINCIPAES MESSAGE TG THE CLASS OE 1949
WILLIAM C. KUTZ, B.A., M.A.
Kutztown State Teachers College, Franklin and Marshall
College, Columbia University, The Pennsylvania State Col-
lege, Temple University.
A century ago "Forty-ninersi' were trekking westward, at-
tracted chiefly by the lure of gold.
Your group of "Forty-niners" can explore, not only the
unknown realms of science, but also the larger realms of
undiscovered human resources.
Because of the complex social order of living in "One
World", the laurels of victory await those who achieve
success in World Diplomacy, The Christian Ministry, So-
cial Welfare, Public Education, Journalism and Personnel
Work, as well as discovering new wonders in Science and
The happiest days of your life were spent in school in
surroundings where you were given an opportunity to de-
velop a well-rounded, wholesome personality, where you
practiced rights and duties of citizenship in a freedom-
loving democracy, where you had a friendly guide helping
in determining your lifes choice of vocational and avoca-
tional interests, where there was a genuine mutual interest
in your physical, mental and moral well-being. All these
factors were constantly in the minds of your teachers to
help you prepare yourself for happy, successful living in
WILLIAM C. KUTZ
PRINCIPAES MESSAGE TO GRADUATES
The faculty members of Wilson High School join me in
extending heartiest congratulations and sincere best wishes
to the class of '49.
Happiness and success is usually attained by a willingness
to give freely of one's talents and efforts. We shall miss
you, Forty-niners, your pleasant smiles and warm person-
alities. You have helped to make this, my first year at
Wilson, a most enjoyable one. In giving freely of your
services and effort, you have left the school a better place
than you found it because of your presence here. Yet yours
has been the reater ain For he who ives much receives
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much. It is our fond hope that success may continue to
attend your efforts. And that now, as you join that illus-
trious group of your fellow Wilson Alumni, may the hopes
and ideals that have been your birthright continue to guide
you and lead you forth to happiness. We shall look for
you from time to time and expect you to continue your fine
support of Wilson High School and all of its activities.
With best wishes,
B. ANTON HESS
B. ANTON HESS, B.S., M.S.Ed.
Millersville State Teachers College, Duke University, Tem-