M. Josephine Thomas
"Four things a man must learn to do,
If he would make his record true:
To think without confusion clearly;
To love his fellow man sincerely;
To act from honest motives purely:
To trust in God and Heaven securely."
|Henry Van Dyke|
Blue and Silver
At last Hope Farm School has attained
the dignity of a four year high school, and
we, the pioneer class, wish to express our
appreciation to the Board of Directors and
the faculty who have made possible this
We hope that our conscientious efforts
will be augmented by the classes to follow,
until the anticipations of the founders will
be fulfilled in a school whose spirit, loyalty
and scholarship are unexcelled.
We, the Class of 1932 being in as good a
mental condition as usual, and in a much
better temper than ever before, make this
our will, to be executed AFTER our de-
parture (if possible).
To the history of the Hope Farm School
we leave our names and deeds, which we
hope are considered worthy of the standard
which we have strived to attain.
To our principals and faculty, we leave
a sincere and grateful appreciation for their
unfailing patience and help.
To our beloved juniors we reluctantly
leave our prestige and importance in the
school; our privileges (we hope you will
not abuse them) and our reputation (which
we hope, you will at least continue).