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5 'lo THI1 NllzNlBERS or 'rifle Cefxss
As seniors this year you have
j led in student participation in the
1 attairs ol the school. lnder your
th leadership, student government
lc has ceased to be a name and has
. become a definite responsibility
7 lor the duly elected representa-
Q tives ol' the student body.
A common complaint against
' the youth ol today is that it does
not know how to accept responsi-
bility. Proponents ol' this idea
i maintain that our present inech-
anistic age has abolished the
necessity for the old-time chores
and jobs around the home and
that therefore lew boys and
girls have the opportunity to learn how to assume responsibility. liven il' modern
conditions have made this true in some homes, it is not true in the school. The
present custom of student participation in school affairs gives to each member ot
the school the opportunity to assume responsibility lor his own school citizenship.
lt should be our aim. therelore, to provide a school wherein the lile may give
to all school citizens all-round opportunities lor education and growth, much ot
which can come through the assumption oli responsibilities by each individual mem-
ber ol the school. 'lihese responsibilities involve a care lor one's personal conduct
both in school and out, so that no reproach may come to the Garden City lligh
School through any act ol' the individual. They involve a care for mass conduct
at all public events and affairs in which our school is participating.
lt is my sincere hope that the example set by your class in assuming the re-
sponsibility ol a democratic government in our high school will set a pattern to be
lollowed by succeeding classes and that each year will witness an increase in the
assumption ol' personal responsibility by each member ol our student body, particu-
larly lor those fundamentals through which the character and reputation ol our
school are built,
liR.XXli R. XX'ASSl'NCi. Szzpwiiiteizdeizt
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MISS HELEN CLJRRAN
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THE PARENT-TEACHERs' ASSOCIATION has always
proven itself an invaluable friend to the school.
Yery few high schools are fortunate enough to
have the loyal aid and service of such an organ-
ization, and the rapid progress of education in
Garden City can be largely credited to its
From time to time the P.T.A. has furnished
medical aid to students, donated instruments
to the orchestra and books to the library. lts MRS. LADD
greatest achievement, however, is the yearly
musical show which raises money for scholarships to worthy students
The co-operation and interest of the P.T.A. will remain one of our brightest
memories, and the senior class of 1939 here wishes to extend its thanks and apprecia-
tion for invaluable assistance.
FOUNDED IN 1934, the lVlen's Association has grown steadily in size and importance,
helping to promote interest and enthusiasm for sports. Not only has it provided the
athletic department with equipment and financial support, but it has taught us to
realize the importance of physical as well as
mental training. MR- GM-LAGHER
At the end of the fall season the Associa-
tion sponsors the annual football-soccer ban-
quet. The dinner is attended by enthusiastic
boys with their fathers in order to acquaint the
parents with their sons' athletic development
and to give awards.
For the steady interest and generous sup-
port the Association has shown us, and for the
innumerable benefits it has provided through
athletic facilities, we wish to give our sincere
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