Kansas Territorial Documents
 

Authors

Lolita Brewster

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Identifier

jc19190328

Publication Date

3-28-1919

Description

A pamphlet that contains a farewell message from a teacher to her students. It also has the name of the school board members and the students of Maple Grove School District No. 54.

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One pamphlet; 7" x 5.3"

Language

eng

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Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections.

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Forsyth Library Special Collections, https://fhsu.edu/library/specialcollections/index

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Best Wishes With pleasant memories of happy days spent together in the schoolroom this souvenir is presented to you with the best wishes of your teacher Lest we forget our school associations this souvenir with best wishes is presented to you by your teacher [Left side] Maple Grove School, District No. 54 North Fall River Twp., Wilson Co., Kans. March 28, 1919 Lolita Brewster, Teacher School Board J. W. Million, Treasurer John H. Read, Director Wm T. Craig, Clerk County Supt., Mrs. Fannie Lyon [Right side] Pupils Nona Rusk William Read Alfred Million Glen Boman Eugean Gouchenour Gilbert Striegel Goldie Watkins Helen Striegel Melvin Watkins Lawrence Striegel Rex Striegel Evelyn Barb Leroy Gouchenour Herold Barb Thelma Ableson Genevia Upshaw Faye Morgan Lloyd Rusk Paul Rusk Esther Upshaw Joe Striegel Julia Read Agnes Barb Elvin Upshaw Erma Vandever Donald Morris Vernon Craig Minnie Lea Million Myrta Boman Meetings and greetings and partings ”They come to us one and all, They come to the man, they come to the maid, They come to the children small. The meetings and greetings we hail with joy, But partings make sad the way; So we put off farewells as long as we can, And good-byes we dread to say. But good-bye just means God bless you, and that's what I'm saying to you,- God bless you , my boy, God bless you, my girl, And guide you in all that you do. May the lessons you've learned in your school days here Be such that shall help you to grow To manhood and womanhood brave and strong To meet all life's storms as they blow. By the best of success may your efforts be crowned, Rich blessings to yours to the end; And each day, I pray you, wherever you are Remember your teacher and friend.

Pamphlet from Lolita Brewster to her school children

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