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"Morning comes early and bright with" a quick breakfast,
the dash to school, classes, study periods and finally the noon
bell signaling lunch period. Afternoon classes are followed by
sessions with extracurricular activities, after school jobs, study-
ing, and having fun.
For Redfield High students that might be the routine of an
ordinary day. But between the alarm clock's buzz in the morn-
ing and the last snack before bed lie the little things that make
school life un-ordinary. It is that excited thrill of your first day
of school or the feeling of sadness as you walk across the stage
to receive your diploma. It is stage-fright before the first per-
formance of the junior class play or the feeling of pride for
your A on a history report on which you spent hours. Who,
after dancing the night away, would regret sore fingers or loss
of sleep from working on a prom? Excitement reigns after win-
ning a conference championship and gloom takes over after a
heart-breaking tournament loss. Best of all is the inner glow
that comes from being with a "swell bunch of kids" and "those
School is made up of the ordinary and the un-ordinary, the
typical, and the unusual. Behind every activity are the students.
They are the ones who make a school what it is, and so we dedi-
cate this 1950 Pheasant to the students of Redfield High School,
that they may never forget the moments of happiness and dis-
appointment, fun and work that made up this year in R.H.S.
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SUPERINTENDEN T PRINCIPAL
Today is another school day of many events.
The schedule and staging are similar, but the
experiences are very different for both stu-
dents and teachers. These experiences aim
toward that same goal-the development of
the whole of one's self. They may make some
pupils stronger, some pupils kinder, some
pupils nobler. They may establish some faith,
never to be violated, some heart never to be
corrupted. Some experiences may overcome
pride, defiance, and stubbornness. They may
cause some student to see the great objective
of education, preparation for the service and
usefulness of himself for humanity. If these
events do this, our school day is successful.
Lester H. Baumann
OUR SCHOOL BOARD
The usual school day in the Principal's of-
fice is a happy round of greeting and counsel-
ing students. Some students come for permits
to attend conferences, tardy students come
for admitsg absentees have to be admitted and
those who have lost sight of their course be-
cause of grades or social adjustments have to
be re-orientated. These meetings are pleasant
and the experiences are real. When, in the
future, the going should become difficult, may
you look back upon your record in this book
and say, "I was a winner. I can still win."
Iver C. Berg
checks school records
Ralph Syverson, Ollie Myrum.
Above: Mrs. Edith Cole, school secretary
Left: Bill Lothrop, Kenneth Parsons
Lester Baumann, President Glen Cole
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