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By Carol Wolinski
The white pine pictured on this years Reflector
cover symbolizes our theme, "The Forest." Sagin-
aw being a lumbering state had its share of trees,
forests, and accompanying folklore so we thought
that "The Forest" would make an ideal theme for
our first attempt.
As the trees stood there so tall, proud, and state'
lv so it is true that many a Central student ln af-
ter years made his mark in life and stood out tall,
h' fellow citizens all
proud, and stately among 18
over the world.
As it is true of the forests through out our great
country, it is also true of our great school.
Both contain many various kinds of pupils, not
one just like another, some of great value, others
worthless, some that grow and remain tall and
stately even through storms and hardshipsg a few
crippled and broken but flourishing regardless of
their handicap, all seeking the "sunshine" of life.
What of those that never will amount to any-
thing? They will become the outcast, the kind of
people that dictators and evildoers thrive on.
They will turn to anyone who will offer them a
solution for their problems. Thank God there are
not too many of these or it wouldn't be long be-
fore we would lose our precious freedom.
Will the people who have worked and learned
and really carried the load always be able to count-
erbalance the lazy and the ignorant? Let's pray to
Godthat it will alwaysbe so. There is nothingworse
than a forest that has lost out due to neglect.
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Another school year is drawing to a close
and one-third of our student body will be mov-
ing on in a few days to become a part of an-
other school. To them we say good-bye, good
luck, and God bless you.
Next fall, in their stead, We will have with
us many new students who will come to us
slightly bewildered and confused.
However, in a short time they will have be-
come accustomed to our rules and Ways and
will shoulder their share oftheresponsibilites
of making our school run smoothly. To them
We say Welcome, good luck,and have ahappy
Irving W. Burtt
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During your three years with us at Cen-
tral Junior, all your teachers have tried to
instill in you a desire to "Do Right", to live
up to the very best of those qualities with
which you were created, so that you may be-
come a fine person, an excellent citizen who
will fulfill in every day of your life the com-
mands of our Greatest Teacher, who taught
us in our every action we must"Love One An-
other". May you always live up to those
hopes which We have for you.
Josephine M. Klempnow
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At the head of our English department at ent-
ral is Mrs. Habel in rdom 304. Students are taught
grammar, reading, Writing, and spelling. One read-
ing experience is David Copperfield, or some other
full iength classic which is required in, the ninth
English has become increasingly important ,in
our everyday life, and anyone Who has good
command of his language has a much better
chance of sjqceeding-iin life. -
Mr. Robert Johnston, English
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