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We will build the world of tomorrow. We are very
fortunate, for ours is a bright unexplored future . . . we
will pioneer this world. We will plan and strive that others
may no longer find it necessary to fight a war to end all wars.
The present conflict is still raging, but we confidently
hope that victory is not far off. However, after the foe has
been defeated, the problem of world reconstruction will be
an even more diflicult and strategic task. Davis students.
along with the rest of the youth of America, are aware of
this tremendous job ahead of them. They know that it is
a job in which adult and youth alike must take an active
part. Some of the building will require actual manual labor:
the devastated civilizations of the war-ridden countries will
have to be entirely rebuilt. A great part of the reconstruc-
tion, however, will be done by the scientist, the doctor, the
teacher, and by a multitude of young men who are at present
receiving training in the armed forces.
Never before has the hand of opportunity knocked so
loudly at Youth's door. We must not only rebuild the
world, but must obtain and preserve neighborly relations,
stressing cooperation and understanding, with all the nations
of the world.
We seniors have already terminated our high school
education. Many of us will go on to higher schools of learn-
ing: others will directly enter the business world. All, how-
ever, will be united in purpose. Our lifetime, our future,
must be devoted to insuring peace and stability for the youth
of tomorrow, whether that youth is American, Russian, or
German. We must make certain that in our children's lives
war will be a thing seen only on the pages of a history book.
Look well, for among us may be the very leaders who
will triumph in establishing the world in which there will
truly be eternal peace on earth and good will to men.