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February 24, 1955

Johnsville’s Parent Teachers Association observed the 58th anniversary of the founding of the original organization Sunday afternoon at the school. A beautiful and informative program was witnessed by a crowded auditorium. George Crawford, former principal at Robert Moton School, Westminster and the present assistance supervisor of the schools delivered the main address. He was presented in a most unique fashion by B. I. Golden, field scout executive. Mrs. Thelma Jackson, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dorsey, of Oklahoma, of Sykesville, and who is supervisor of public schools in Baltimore, was the first guest speaker. Her message was brief, timely, but to the point. She gave a recipe for good citizenship and suggested that if it does not prove to be successful the first time try it again and again. Music was rendered for the most part by the Daisy and the Sykesville Mt. Gregory Parish Choirs.

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