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This yearbook represents an important part of the history of student activi-
ties at Central High School. It is especially valuable to the graduates who should
keep this book to remember one of the best periods of life. We congratulate each
graduate for his success in scholarship and citizenship. Your participation in
clubs, sports and other school organizations will serve you well as preparation
for work in community organizations. We hope that what you have learned from
books and other source materials will encourage you to continue the learning
process throughout your life. The rapidly changing technological society in
which we live demands that you continue to study and to learn.
To those students who are not graduating, we hope that this yearbook will be
an inspiration to you to be anxious to return to Central to complete your high
school education. We hope you have enjoyed your studies and that you were happy
in participating in school organizations.
Dfu. A. Cs Pl1iH1pS
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Every boy and girl in this country
has the RIGHT to attend a public high
school, receive the proper instruc-
tion, to graduate, and to receive a
high school diploma in recognition
of this attainment. All the many
other benefits you receive during
your high school years are a
PRIVILEGE . It is a privilege to
participate in athletics, clubs, pub-
lications, dramatics, and the many
other extras offered in this school.
We must never lose sight of the
difference between a right and a
privilege during our high school
years. In keeping with your ability,
you should take advantage of all your
school has to offer you. Work
together with your teachers and
classmates. The benefits you will
receive will far exceed your ex-
W. T. Hatfield
,am .,.' as
To the Pupils of Central High School
The struggle for truth and free-
dom, as opposed to misconceptions
and slavery, has seldom found such
mighty opponents arrayed one against
the other, each armed with horrible
weapons whose power to destroy
mankind and his civilization are con-
Let us meet the challenge of this
awesome threat by dedicating our-
selves as never before. Let us sow
love, where there is hatredg pardon,
where there is injury, faith where
there is doubt, joy, where there is
sadnessg and knowledge, where
there is darkness. Let us dedicate
ourselves to the service of God,
Country, and Mankind, and thus,
to the formation of a brighter and
George V. Hasser
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