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Sigma Signs, a Yearbook For the University of Illinois Rehabilitation Education Center, 1992 Sigma Signs, a Yearbook For the University of Illinois Rehabilitation Education Center, 1992
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Illinois
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Americans with Disabilities Act Update Olympic Dreams
SOBIE Achieving the Dream
A Season on the Brink
Locked Out
Women Blow Everyone Away in the Windy City
Illini Quad Rugby: Collective Aberration or Tales from
the Tundra
2>£0 - 5- 7
The Day I had Wings
Awards Banquet Outstanding Athletes
Christmas, DSO Style
The Women’s Sports Foundation Awards Banquet
Message from the President
Acaaemfoi - 7-9
Living and Learning
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Scholarship Recipients
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Leadership Award Adu&UtiitUf MatuHfesi Pat Gatti+U
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Alumni Reunion
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Driver Education/Evaluation Program
Qiett Sellout
Wanda Grindley Retiring
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Obiter, Bloomsburg University: A Legacy of Learning, 1839-1989 Obiter, Bloomsburg University: A Legacy of Learning, 1839-1989
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United States, and Pennsylvania
The OBelisk, a Southern Illinois State University Yearbook, 2004 The OBelisk, a Southern Illinois State University Yearbook, 2004
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 2000's
Location United States, and Illinois
Obiter, Bloomsburg University, 1991 Obiter, Bloomsburg University, 1991
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Pennsylvania
Sigma Signs, a Yearbook For the University of Illinois Rehabilitation Education Center, 1990 Sigma Signs, a Yearbook For the University of Illinois Rehabilitation Education Center, 1990
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Illinois
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Attitudes
Tomorrow
“Attitude” !
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The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life.
Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. Ft is more important than the
past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than
successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important !
than appearances, giftedness or skill. It will make or break a company ... ]:
a church ... a home. The remarkable thing is we have a choice every day !
regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our ^
past... we cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We
cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one
string we have, and that is our attitude ... I am convinced that life is 10*£ j
what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you ... we j
are in charge of our attitudes. 1
!
By Charles Swmdoll
Excerpted from the book Strengthening Your Grip by Dr. Charles SwindoJI © 1982: used by j
permission from Word, Inc., Dallas, Texas.
On the cover: Sharon McCarthy and her ...
The Raven, Charleton University, 1961 The Raven, Charleton University, 1961
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and Ontario
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NINETEEN SIXTY-ONE
Carleton University
OTTAWA, CANADA
Page 1
IN MEMORIAM
Cecil Hotson
Page 2
He Was a Builder
When Cecil Hotson died so suddenly last ions died. And when at graduation he won
October, it was Carleton’s- sorrow to lose the University medal in journalism, the
one who had enjoyed the deep affection re­ award was a mark not only of surpassing
served for a special member of the Uni­ talent but of devoted industry.
versity family. But it was more than that.
It was a matter of lasting sadness to lose a
In 1950 he became a staff writer with the
friend who had helped in the building of
Montreal Standard, continued for a time
Carleton during more than half of a young
...
Snips and Cuts, 1915-1919, Charlotte High School (Charlotte, North Carolina) Snips and Cuts, 1915-1919, Charlotte High School (Charlotte, North Carolina)
Category Yearbooks, and High School
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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PUBLIC LIBRARY
of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County
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THE OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
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VOLUME X
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(^Annual of the
Charlotte High
School, Charlotte
North Carolina
DEDICATION
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the members of the Faculty
J and stu den t - body, who
answered the call to the colors, we,
the Class of ’Nineteen, dedicate this
» & » . » &
Annual.
FOREWOR D
Humbly we replace this book before you, oh Reader, with many
hopes and fears. We have labored with might and main to have
this War and Peace issue of representative not only
S nips and C uts
of the High School as it is today, but also prophetic of the High
School as it shall grow to be. You will find faults thru the book,
just as you would find tares in any wheatfield; but we beg of you—
be lenient! Judge us by whatever there may be of the wheat variety
in our work, and overlook our literary tares. We gratefully acknowl­
edge the enthusiastic aid the underclassmen ...
Paidia, 1979, Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School Paidia, 1979, Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School
Category Yearbooks, and Other
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and Alberta
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THIS EIGHTH EDITION OF PAIDIA IS
DEDICATED, IN THE INTERNATIONAL
YEAR OF THE CHILD, TO ALL THE
CHILDREN EDUCATED IN OUR FOUNDING
SCHOOLS AND AT STRATHCONA-TWEEDSMUIR.
THE CLASS OF'79
Faculty Advisor - Mr„ Peter Ditchburn
Photographer - Mr. Mike Keller
STS STUDENTS FROM STRATHCONA AND TWEEDSMUIR
Thirteen students who attended our founding schools, Strathcona School for
Boys and Tweedsmuir, An Academic School for Girls, are currently enrolled at
Strathcona-Tweedsmuir.
Back Row: Pat Stiles, Mitch Rawin, Bart Borrett, Russell Morrison, Simon Goldstein,
Paul Proctor.
Middle Row: Robbie Morrison, Rod Heard, David Thakkar, Marco Mazzolani.
Front Row: Sara Goldstein, Patrizia Mazzolani (Valedictorian, Class of '79), Sloan
Pipella.
headmaster's
message
The Yearbook is dedicted this year to the International Year of the Child.
Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School doesn't have one particular year which is dedicated
to children. Every year is the year of the child for Strathcona-Tweedsmuir. This
year we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of Strathcona School for Boys and
we celebrated the twentieth anniversary of Tweedsmuir, an Academic School for
Girls. These institutions have had a tremendous influence on Strathcona-Tweedsmuir
School and on the directions it is taking. It would do us all well to look at our
lists of graduates, our alumni ...
The Yadkinian, Yadkinville High School, North Carolina, 1952 The Yadkinian, Yadkinville High School, North Carolina, 1952
Category Yearbooks, and High School
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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Like the busy Hornets, students of YadkinviIle High School have
created a veritable "Hornets' Nest" of activities around the campus
again this year. It has been the aim of the staff in preparing this book
to record these activities of the "Hornets" so that the reader may see
the members of the student body as they are ------ industrious, interest­
ing, intelligent; willing to work or play as a team; ready to defend
with a vicious sting any who might attack them.
/Dedication
Dedicating our Annual took a lot of thought and discussion because so many
people have done so much to help us. We decided that to honor only one or
two individuals would be inappropriate. It would have been very hard to
make the choice. We chose an organization that includes all of these wonderful
persons to whom we are very much indebted—the Parent-Teachers Association
of Yadkinv’ille High School. We know that often the dedication page in the
Annual is overlooked, but it seemed necessary to ...
Annual Register of Mississippi College, 1909-1910 Annual Register of Mississippi College, 1909-1910
Category Directories, Professional, Organizational, and 2 moreYearbooks, College
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Mississippi
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REGISTER
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FOUNDED 1626
Nineteen-nine and Nineteen-ten
A R
nnual egister of
MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE
1909-1910
Next Session Opens September 21, 1910
and Closes May 31, 1911
Clinton, Mississippi, Hinds County
Jones Ptg. Co., Jackson
Calendar for 1910-1911
SEPTEMBER, 1910
JANUARY, 1911
12 3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
"4 "5 6 7 8 10
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
11 12 13 14 "7 15 16 17
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
25 26 27 28 29 30 ...
29 30 31 ..........................
FEBRUARY, 1911
OCTOBER, 1910
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5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
1
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2 3 4 5 6 7 8
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
26 27 28 ..........................
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
MARCH, 1911
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31 ..................................
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5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
NOVEMBER, 1910
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 ...
............ 1 2 3 4 5
APRIL, 1911
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
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13 14 15 16 17 18 19
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2 3 4 5 6 7 8
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
27 28 29 30 ......................
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
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30
DECEMBER, 1910
MAY, 1911
12 3 ... 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
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11 12 13 14 15 16 17 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
28 29 30 31 ..................
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
Calendar for 1901-1911
The Academic Year is divided into three terms—a Fall
term, a Winter term, and a Spring term.
1910.
September 19-20—Entrance and Delinquent Examinations.
September 21, Wednesday—Session begins.
November 24—Thanksgiving Day.
December 15-22—First Term Examinations.
December 23 to January 2—Christmas Holidays.
1911.
January 3, 8:30 A. M.—Second Term begins.
January 16—Contest for Representative to State Oratorical
Contest.
March 13-18—Second Term Examinations.
March 20—Preliminary Chautauqua Oratorical Contest.
March 21—Third Term begins.
May 16—Preliminary Class Oratorical Contests.
May 10-14—Senior Examinations.
May 19-26—Final Examinations.
May 28—Commencement Sermon.
May 30, 10 A. M.—Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees.
M ay 31—Commencement Day.
May 31, 10 P. M.—Alumni Banquet.
Mississippi College
PRESIDENTS SINCE 1850.
ISAAC NEWTON URNER, LL. D.
Principal, 1850-1854. President pro tem., 1854-1850
President 1859-18(37.
REV, WALTER HILLMAN, LL. I).,
1867-1873.
REV. WARREN SHELDON WEBB, D. D.
1873-1891.
REV. ROBERT ABRAM VENABLE, D. I).,
1891-1895.
JOHN WILLIAM PROVINE, A. M. Ph. I).,
Chairman ...
The Darda, Trevecca Nazarene College, 1943 The Darda, Trevecca Nazarene College, 1943
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Tennessee
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TREVECCA COLLEGE LIBRARY
THERE S SOMETHING ABOUT
THE PLACE WE EOVE * *
CLAUDE GALLOWAY, EDITOR* • • HOMER ADAMS, BUSINESS MANAGER
TRUE FRIENDSHIPS FORM THROUGH PATIENT GROWTH; THEY ARE NOURISHED
OF ADVERSITY; THEIR ESSENCE "MEN OF INFERIOR INTELLECT CAN
TO THEM A SILENT COLLEAGUE. WE HERE WOULD FOSTER THESE
THEIR NURTURE EACH ESSENTIAL ELEMENT: SLOWNESS, SHOCKS,
1UIIE * *
OFTTIMES ON THE SHOCKS
NEVER TASTE"; GOD IS ALWAYS
TENDER P L AN T S — G I VI N G FOR
INTELLECTUAL STIMULI, GOD.
Of Our Spirit Filled Faculty
Education is the process of producing
changes in human personality. To
achieve this end requires proper direc­
tion. Trevecca believes that the best
education implies the spiritual aspect
of life, a process that makes one an
efficient, clean, loyal, true citizen of
the world and a humble servant of God
and man.
Treveccans feel it important to be faithful to their country as well as to their God.
Many have proved their devotion by entering the armed services in defense of those
principles upon which it was founded. We want to be examples of loyalty to the
country giving us the freedom of worship ...
Ravelings, Monmouth College, 1934 Ravelings, Monmouth College, 1934
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Illinois
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THE
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MONMOUTH
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MONMOUTH ILL.
PRESENTS
THE
1954
RAVELIN GS
The 934'‘R I ING ’' is an illustrated history, not
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so much for the immediate benefit of those whose pictures
appear in its pages, but to provide a more lively record of
those characters and events to which Monmouth students
and their friends may turn in years to come.
There may be nothing novel in the scenes depicted
here, yet to each “Old Grad” thev will have a significance
sweetened by memories of collegc days at Monmouth
which, we trust will give an increasing value to the service
for which this book is compiled.
F©IREW€IR
As
A TOKEN OF ESTEEM AND APPRECIATION
FOR IIIS CONSTANCY AS A FRIEND, IT IS EFFICIENCY
AS A TEACHER, AND IIIS INFLUENCE UPON OUR
UYES, \YE, THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED
THIRTY-FOUR WISH TO DEDICATE THIS YEAR BOOK
\V. S. PIALDEMAN,
to
A TRUE GENTLEMAN AND A SCHOLAR.
IEDICATI0M
Contents
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The Latipac, Needham B. Broughton High School Yearbook, 1944 The Latipac, Needham B. Broughton High School Yearbook, 1944
Category Yearbooks, and High School
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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Raleigh Public Schools
Annual
Commencement
Wednesday, May 31, 1944
8:15 P. M.
*
MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
OLIVIA RANEY LIBRARY
4016 Carya Drive
Raleigh, NC 27630
Program

Invocation . . n
.......................... ........ .... R e ™ nd N ewton J. R obison
Hillyer Memorial Christian Church
Presentation of Speaker
Address .......................
..........................^R- C arlyle C ampbell
Presentation of Seniors for Diplomas (H A. H
enry elms
• • \ George H. Arnold
(Blaine M. Madison
Presentation of Diplomas
Benediction .... T
eh
Reverend Howard M. McLamb
Fairmont Methodist Church

MUSIC BY RALEIGH HIGH SCHOOLS BAND
Miss Albertine Lefler, Director
NEEDHAM BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL
Senior Class J944
Henry A. Helms, Principal
Adams, George Hamilton, Jr.
Hales, William Milton
Aronson, Arthur Aaron, Jr.
Hall, A. C., Jr. Park, Susanne Williams
Bason, George Foust
Parker, William Marvin
Harrell, George Oliver
Bain, Mary Willis
Pearce, Charles Clifford
Harris, Doris Alberta
■Bell, Elizabeth Marie
Pegram, Betty Sue
Helms, Frances Louise
— Bell, Victor Eros, Jr.
Pegram, Calvine Bradshaw
Hester, Walter Jackson
Bishop, Gladys Rae
Jveid, Sarah Frances
Hodgens, Jean Pace
Blanks, Warren Presley, Tr
Holder, Louis Laird Rhodes, Jeanne Marguerite
Benson, Rex Ramsey
Rivers, John Clifton
Holding, John Newton
Bowles, Wesley Banks
Robertson, Ralph E., Jr.
Holt, James O., Jr
Brockwell, Barbara Jane
Holt, Mary Lillian Robison, Newton Joslin, Jr.
Brown, ...
Link and Chain [1951] Link and Chain [1951]
Category Yearbooks, High School, and Pictures
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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The Darda, Trevecca Nazarene College, 1937 The Darda, Trevecca Nazarene College, 1937
Category Directories, Organizational, Yearbooks, and 2 moreCollege, Pictures
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Tennessee
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College, and to enshrine them in
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Yearbook of the Heather Society, 1966 Yearbook of the Heather Society, 1966
Category Yearbooks, Other, and Obituaries
Date 1900's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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1966
THE HEATHER SOCIETY
President:
M . F J. C
r red happle
Vice Presidents:
M . R G ,
rs onald ray
M . B. C. Westall, c.b.e.
r
M . P. S. P
r atrick
Chairman:
S J C
ir ohn harrington
Secretary & Treasurer:
Mrs. C. I. MacLeod
Yew Trees, Horley Row, Horley, Surrey
Telephone: Horley 2080
Assistant Secretary:
Miss I. Kellam-Smith
Committee:
Mrs. A. H. Bowerman Mr. H. C. Ellis Mr. G. Mitchell
Mrs. P. Harper Mr. J. F. Letts Mr. H. L. Nicholson
M . M. P M . B. G. L Mr. P. S. Patrick
rs almer r ondon
M . H. H. C Mr. F. J. Stevens
r rane
Editor:
Mrs. P. Harper, 29 The Uplands, Gerrards Cross, Bucks, to whom all
communications relating to the Year Book should be sent.
2 THE HEATHER SOCIETY
IN MEMORIAM
Dr. Ronald Gray, Vice-President of the Heather Society..
It was with a deep sense of personal
loss that those members who had had
the privilege of meeting Dr. Ronald
Gray and the many more who had en­
joyed his articles in the Year Books
heard that he had died on 22nd March ,
1966.
His work is being carried on by his
son in Vancouver , Mr. John C. F.
...
The Owls Nest, Charles B. Aycock Junior High School, Raleigh, N.C., 1974 The Owls Nest, Charles B. Aycock Junior High School, Raleigh, N.C., 1974
Category Yearbooks, and Other
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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1974
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Junior High School
Raleigh, North Carolina
1973 1974
OLIVIA RANEY LIBRARY
4016 Cary a Drive
Raleigh, NC 27610
Mr. R.J. Procter
Principal
Mr. 6.A. Coburn
Asst. Principal
MRS. RITA SCHILLER
Secretarial Assistant
3
Counselors
Mrs. W. M. Williams Mr. J. D. Sterrett Mrs. M. D. Brett
7th Grade 8th G rade
9th Grade
Special Faculty
Ninth Grade Faculty
5
Eighth Grade Faculty
6
Seventh Grade Faculty
7
Aides
8
10
Mrs. B.B. Blalock
Ninth Grade
Mrs. R.F. Anderson
11
Mrs. M.D.
Ellison
Ninth
Grade
Mr. E.W.
Foster
1
Mr. D.E. Hankins
Ninth Grade
Mr. D. R. Corbett
13
Mrs. K.Y. Hoffman
Ninth Grade
Mrs. M.H. Hooker
74
Mrs. M.A. McBride
Ninth Grade
Miss F. Paul
15
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Mrs. G.R.Saks
Ninth Grade
Mrs. E.P. Taylor
i
Mr. M.W
Taylor
Ninth Grade
City - County
Outstanding
Football Player
17
Mr. N.A.
Bolch
Eighth Grade
R.V.
Miss Brower
19
Mrs. V.A.
Burke
Eighth Grade
J.B.
Mrs. Busick
20
Mr.
T.E. Dixon
Eighth Grade
Mrs. C. Fields
Mrs. C.B. Ford
Eighth Grade
Mr. J.B. Freeman
22
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The Lion [1953] The Lion [1953]
Category Yearbooks, High School, and Pictures
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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THE I9B3 LION
PRESENTS IN RETROSPECTS
w
AN EPIC
r\y_ //
OF TH&YEARS
FOREWORD
Each year the staff of The West Charlotte
Lion attempts to present to its readers a pictorial
account of student activities during 1 the school
year.
This year, our aim is no different, but a greater
emphasis is given the graduating class.
We have chosen as our theme, “An Epic of The
Years,” which we are developing in the form of
a stage production with the campus of West
Charlotte as the setting .... The curtain now
rises on
“An Epic Of The Years”
2
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To the graduating class of 1953 this thirteenth edition of T W C L
he est harlotte ion
is sincerely dedicated.
In recognition of their outstanding qualities of leadership; in appreciation for their unselfish
service; in praise for their scholastic achievements and with best wishes for a successful and peaceful
future, we do dedicate this book to THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1953.
3
PRODUCTION STAFF
Producers—The Charlotte Board of School Commissioners
Director—Mr. C. L. Blake, Principal West Charlotte High School
Assistant Directors—The West Charlotte Faculty
STARRING
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1953
Supporting Cast: A Host of Extras
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Ravelings, Monmouth College, 1936 Ravelings, Monmouth College, 1936
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Illinois
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Yadkinian [1963] Yadkinian [1963]
Category Yearbooks, High School, and Pictures
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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YADKINIAN
1963
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Time passes, and soon another school year fades away—a year filled with success,
disappointment, victory, defeat, tears, laughter-all a part of the memories of
Yadkinville High.
However, a school could have none of these memories if it did not have students
to give it life, to fill it with sights and sounds, to be responsible for the cherished
fragments that live in the mind forever.
It is to this end, then, that the 1963 YADKINIAN is dedicated: to serve as a
reminder of the students and the life of Yadkinville High.
The publication of a yearbook is dependent on a sponsoring group
The Senior Class is givenpriority, and, if it agrees to sponsor the
book, a staff is selected from its members.
The school yearbook is a product of a
staff of twelve students selected ...
The Rhododendron, 1938, Sandy Ridge High School (Sandy Ridge, North Carolina) The Rhododendron, 1938, Sandy Ridge High School (Sandy Ridge, North Carolina)
Category Yearbooks, and High School
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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Annual Catalogue of Ricker Classical Institute and Junior College, Maine, 1914/15 Annual Catalogue of Ricker Classical Institute and Junior College, Maine, 1914/15
Category Directories, Organizational, Yearbooks, and 3 moreCollege, Histories, Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Maine
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
SEP 2 1915 ..
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE
1914 1915
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Calendar
1914
Fall8 Term began at 8.30 A. M., Tuesday, September
Thanksgiving Recess from 12.30 P. M.,
Wednesday, to 8.30 A. M., Tuesday, Nov. 25-Dec. 1
Sophomore Prize Speaking Contest at 8.00
P. M., Monday, December 7
Term Examinations, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, December 9-11
Fall Term closed Friday, December 11
VACATION OF TWO W7EEKS
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Winter Term began at 8.30 A. M,, Tuesday, December 29
Freshman Prize Speaking Contest at 8.00
P. M., Monday, March 15
Term Examinations, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, March 17-19
Winter Term closed, Friday, March 19
VACATION OF ONE WEEK
Spring Term began at 8.30 A. M., Tuesday, March 30
Term Examinations, Thursday, Friday and
Monday, June 10-14
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Baccalaureate Sermon at * ° M., Sunday, June 13
Senior Last Chapel at 8.30 A. M., Monday, June 14
Junior Exhibition at 8.00 P. M., Monday, June 14
Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees
at 9.00 A. M., Tuesday, June 15
Alumni Banquet at 8.00 P. M., Tuesday, June 15
Commencement Exercises at 10.30 A. M.,
Wednesday, June 16
Annual Reception at 8.00 P. M., Wednesday, June 16
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VACATION OF TWELVE WEEKS
1915-1916
Fall Term begins at 8.30 A. M., Tuesday, September 14
Thanksgiving Recess from 12.30 ...
Ravelings, Monmouth College, 1957 Ravelings, Monmouth College, 1957
Category Yearbooks, and College
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Illinois
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1957 RMELIICS
Editor .................. BETH McPEEk
Assistant Editor ........... SUE FICk
Advisor ............. DAVID FLEMING
MONMOUTH COLLEGE
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS
DEDICATION
To Mrs. Harold Peterson, “Gracie.”
Who by her wise counsel and her friendly
hellos has shown interest in each one of us . . .
Who has demonstrated her unending effort to
make M. C. a better and more spirited school . . .
Who has so enthusiastically supported all
campus activities and originated some of her
own . . .
Dedicated to a friend who has filled M. C.
with song . . .
ADMINISTRATION
AND
FACULTY
THE PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
For more than a hundred years history has been in the making at
Monmouth College. One yearbook after another has told the fascinating
story. This book is a record of a very important year in the life of all por­
trayed within these pages. It tells of achievements, successes, failures. The
discerning eye is able to see evidences of growth in students’ attitudes and
ideas; romance, social living and friendly fellowship are all an important
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Kysu, Kentucky State University, 1918 Kysu, Kentucky State University, 1918
Category Yearbooks, College, and Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United States, and Kentucky
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STUDENTS BULLETIN
KENTUCKY NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE
1918
THE TRADES BUILDING
A CHARACTER SKETCH
“Reputation is what other peo­
ple think we are, character is what
we are.”
When one tries to sketch the
life and character of a great man,
words pale into insignificance, and
description loses its power. Es­
pecially is this true when one at­
tempts to sketch the life of the
President of our institution.
One could not in the short space
alloted me to do justice to such
an eminent man. He has ever had
an arm of aid to the weak, and a
friendly hand to the friendless.
He is strictly a man of his con­
viction—not influenced by aught
save reason, truth and honor.
We the student body bow in
homage and awe to our worthy
leader.
He stands unrivalled, a man of
vast ideas, brilliant leadership, and
knightly courage. He leaves an in­
delible impression on the life of
each student.
—By
W ill a H utchinson
PRESIDENT G. P. RUSSELL, LL. D.
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Furmacotto, Mebane High School, North Carolina, 1962 Furmacotto, Mebane High School, North Carolina, 1962
Category Yearbooks, and High School
Date 1900's
Location United States, and North Carolina
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MAVMEMORiAL LIBRARY
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Volume XIII
Mebone High School
Mebone, North Carolina
Dec/ ication
Since the chartering in 1903 and consolidation
in 1933 of Hebron, Woodlawn, and Mebane schools
into the present Mebane High School, this build­
ing has waited with solid patience for the eager
calls of students returning year after year. These
students, some with reluctance and some with
anticipation, appear along the sidewalks and on the
great orange buses to fill the classrooms and to
absorb the knowledge offered here. Mebane High
School is a part of all the students and all the
teachers who have everpassed through these
corridors, sat in these classrooms, and lingered on
this campus. Again the time to consolidate is here,
and Mebane High becomes only a part of the history
of our community.
And so it is to you, THE ALUMNI, that we
dedicate this last edition of the FURMACOTTO.
Mebane High School will live on in your memories,
wherever you may be. It is our hope that this
volume will help preserve for you your hours of
toil, your moments of anxiety, your happy
associations, and the pure pleasure you had as a
student at Mebane ...