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Page 15 text:
TCD THE MEMBERS
OF THE CLASS OF 1937
OUR Year Book Committee has asked me to send ou a message
u Y s
upon your graduation from the Toronto Normal School and your
prospective entrance into the ranks of a great profession.
At this stage you have already received from the staff of the
school all the good advice regarding the important work you are under-
taking that can be crowded into a year of intensive training. There-
fore, you are no longer in need of counsel or warning, and it remains
for me only to express the hope that your future career may be suc-
cessful in the highest sense.
The best wish that l can offer is that you may be happy in your
work. Happiness is not mere contentment, which is temporary and
fleeting and may arise from such conditions as a generous salary, com-
fortable surroundings. a well-equipped school, and responsive pupils.
These conditions may contribute towards your immediate and tem-
porary happiness, and I would not minimize their importance. But your
real happiness will not necessarily depend upon any of these factors,
and may, in fact, be attained without their assistance. Your permanent
happiness will result from the consciousness of work well done and
faithfully performed, and, above all, from the knowledge that you have
created in your pupils correct habits, worthy interests, and high ideals,
which in the years to come will make this a better world.
My sincere wish is that these sources of permanent happiness may
W. 1. KARR,
Director of Professional Training
Department of Education,
Toronto, March 22nd, 1957.
Page 14 text:
TO THE 1937 GRADUATINO CLASS
OF THE TORONTO NORMAL SCHOOL
HAVE much pleasure in responding to the request of your Year
Book Committee to send you a brief message before you leave the
school to enter in the near future upon a new career.
You came to the Normal School in September last with, perhaps,
a vague conception of the importance of the work you were about to
undertake. As time went on you realized more completely the oppor-
tunity for accomplishment that lay before you in the schools you are
to teach and in the communities you are to serve. Throug.zh the lectures
in the classrooms of the Normal School, through your observation and
teaching in the practice schools, and through your association with
masters, instructors, critic teachers, and fellow students, your ideals
of usefulness and service have been extended and clarified. I sincerely
hope that, when you leave the school in june, this vision glorious
will go with you, and will continue in the years to come to be your
inspiration as teachers.
I extend to each of you my best wishes for success and happiness
in the profession you have chosen.
HON. DR. L. j. SIMPSON,
Toronto, April Sth, 1957. .lliuixfcr of Eduggfiofl,
Pa gc Ten
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T IS with sincere feeling that we, the Year Book Committee,
address this letter of appreciation to Mr. Patterson, our Staff-Advisor.
ln all our associations with Mr. Patterson. he has been kindly.
sympathetic and helpful. On all occasions, his advice has been sound
and generous. He has never once tried to influence the decisions of
the Committee, no matter what his private opinions may have been.
We have worked together as a Committee secure in the assurance that
we could rely upon his judgment and trust that our efforts would be
appreciated and encouraged.
These months, have meant a great deal of work for all of us. For
Mr. Patterson, more work and responsibility than for most! Despite
his other duties, he has stinted neither time nor effort to be of service.
and whatever merit we may have achieved in our book would have
been impossible without his co-operation and guidance.
We feel that we have, each of us, gained in Mr. Patterson a
personal friend and advisor with whom we shall be reluctant to part.
To the Committee of next year, we say: You are extremely fortunate
in your leader and we are sure you will enjoy your associations with
him as greatly as we have .
'To Mr. Patterson, on behalf of the entire Year Book Committee.
may we extend a hearty vote of thanks and best wishes for his
future success and happiness.
lrar Book Siaff.
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