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Page 8 text:
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Each year it is the custom for the ninth grade
to publish a year book. This idea was started in
1928 and has continued to the present time. We
hope it will always be this way. The book is called
the Sketch and is edited with the help of our faculty
advisor and sponsor, Miss Nussbaum. This year
several new features have been added, which we hope
will add to the pleasure of our readers.
These three years will always stand out in our
minds as the best and most enjoyable in our school
experiences. From little seventh graders we have
advanced and accomplished much. This knowledge
will help us not only through Marion High School,
but through the School of Life.
Before we leave Martin Boots we wish to express
our deep gratitude and appreciation to our principals,
Mr. Milhon and Mrs. Anderson, and to the faculty
for their helpfulness during our three years stay here.
Of course, we are glad to enter Senior High School,
but regret leaving our old school, with its many
FRANK, BUTTERWORTH, Editor
Page 7 text:
THE SKETCH 5
To THE 9A's-
Again the time has come for that long-waited change from the Junior
High to membership in the Senior High school. Three short years have
passed and you are now on the threshold of a new experience.
Beginning at the time you came to us as 7B's, We have followed your
progress through the grades with great interest and now, with you, are re-
joicing because you have achieved your goal, a promotion into a higher
field of education.
We trust your years at Martin Boots have brought to you the great
pleasure of work Well-done. Our very best wishes go with you in your
endeavor to achieve still greater success.
-BERTHA M. ANDERSON
Page 9 text:
THE SKETCH 7
Pledge of Allegiance
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to
the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with Liberty and
Justice for all.
Freedom Is Made of Simple Stuff
From the achives of broken peace we are bringing out old words and
dusting them off for use again as shining lanterns to lead us through the
darkness of another war.
Words like freedom, justice, and truth-all of them hard to define,
none of them used more frequently than freedom.
You cannot say what freedom is, perhaps, in a single sentence. It is
not necessary to define it. It is enough to point to it.
Freedom is a man lifting a gate latch at dusk and sitting for awhile
on the porch, smoking his pipe before going to bed.
It is the violence of an argument outside an election poll, it is the
righteous anger of the pulpits. E
It is the warm laughter of a girl on a park bench.
It is the rush of a train over the continent and the unafraid faces of
people looking out the windows.
It is all the howdys in the world, and the hellos.
It is you trying to remember the words to the Star Spangled Banner.
It is the absence of apprehension at the sound of approaching footsteps
outside your closed door.
It is your hot resentment of intrigue, the tilt of your chin and the
tightening of your lips sometimes.
It is all the things you do and want to keep on doing.
It is all the things you feel and cannot help feeling.
FREEDOM-IT IS YOU.
America For Me
'Tis fine to see the Old World, and travel up and down
Among the famous palaces and cities of renown,
To admire the crumbly castles and the statues of the kings-
But now I think I've had enough of antiquated things.
So it's home again, and home again, America for me!
My heart is turning home again, and there I long to be,
In the land of Youth and Freedom beyond the ocean bars,
Where the air is full of sunlight and the flag is full of stars.
'HENRY VAN DYKE
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