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Excerpt from The Gleaner: November, 1942
With the government's decision to defer farm labor and farmers from the draft, upon those of us who may be deferred serious obligations are imposed.
Under that ruling, our government has placed upon those who are deferred the share that they must contribute to the war effort, if this war is to end with victory for all of us.
So tremendous is that share, that, in order to fulfill it and in order to Show that students and future farmers are able to help fulfill it, they must devote themselves earnestly to their task.
They must take every day and every phase of their farm and school life as seriously as the soldier in the field has to take his duties, until the goal that we are struggling for has been reached.
During our class period, we have to do our very best to acquire as much knowledge as possible to be applied to the benefit of all those who are fighting with us.
In our industrials, we must do our best to keep up the level of production which makes Our school a contributor and not a customer of the pantry of democracy. We have to do our work conscientiously so that later on we can be confident of our knowledge and experience.
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