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Page 105 text:
After' these GWB that seemed many days, the dawn came In
the light they saw graduation with its beauty, its glory, and
its pomp. They hailed each other as inf they had met ,gffjer a
long parting. They raised the mast and unfurled the sails.
But sorrow was yet to fill their hearts.As they stood upon
the ship looking toward their homes,the sorrow of parting from
each other and the Argo came over all of them. For long they
stood there in utter numbness.
Then said Jason, "Although we cannotreturn to the Argo, we
have landed successfully over the voyage.,There are other har-
bors and other cities that we may go into. And all the places
that we go to we will be honored for we have gone through tolls
and dangers, and we have brought to us the famous Fleece of
Gold! " F r,
And then their spirits
came back again to all the ""
heroes-but not to the teach- Ag,
ers for sorrow also came ov- Z gb
er them to see the seniors '
leave. ' I -.-7-""'
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It was to the auditorium , . 1' " ev--A-'
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that the seniors, all those 5
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aboard the Argo, and the J' 2:
people of the landwent. The ,gi
march. was playedg and the
seniors entered, filled with -,XZ Z E
pride and Wisdom U 'ge so 0:22,
Page 104 text:
When darkness came upon the earth,Jason and all his comrades
filed into the auditorium. After some musical selections, Rev.
Breivlk stood before the heroes and all those present and Spoke
about the future trials of Jason and his comrades, He wished
them much success in their future undertakings. And when - the
exercises were over,the captain bade them go and make ready for
the second trial because it was this trial which would determine
their winning of the Golden Fleece.
When several other musical selections were Exercises
given by the Junior High Chorus and the Girls'
Octette,the seniors and all the people left the auditorium.
Jason and his classmates had only three days left.
Jason said, NI will dare this trial, I will face this doom.
I have come far, and there is nothing else that I can do.P
That night they lay upon the land and rested themselves for
the task of the morrow, When dawn came, they once more went
aboard the Argo. NToday, said Jason,Uwe shall see the'beginning
of tests and by Tuesday we shall be ln the midst of them.N His
voice was also filled with hope as he sald,WSoon, 0 voyagers, we
shall be back in the city from whence we came to gain the Golden
The Argo went on and the tests came.Never was there silence
as there was on those days. To the heroes upon the Argo lt seenr
ed as if black chaos had come over the world again. They knew
not whether they were dolnc English or social problems. During
these blackened hours no hope pierced their minds, no beam of
light came upon the test.
Page 106 text:
Florence Brewer, the salutatorian, welcomed them and gave
great honor to the heroes who had faced such labors and great
dangers to win the Golden Fleece. ,
And when she had finished, Mr. Theodore Utne from the State
Department of Education in St. Paul stepped forward. He told
them of the dangers yet to be encountered. Chances for going on
further to school are even more difficult now. He sa1d,'Ton1ght
you commence. It is the last time that you will sit together as
a class. In but a short time your parting will begin.n
This the seniors heard. For one moment it seemed silent,
until music by the Junior High Chorus and the Girls' Octette gave
way to enjoyment. Then the, valedlctorian,
Celestine Vogt, stood before them. no fr1ends,' Eierogges
she cried, 'the quest on which we dared the gulfs
of four years of study is accomplished. Thanks to the help of
our teachers. Now we may return homey now have we hope of a
brighter, more successful Journey through life. With us ln all
honor do we bear the diploma, the treasured Fleece of Gold!'
'THAT IS THE OUTLET TO THE SEA, WHERE THE DEEP
WATER LIES UNMOVED AND DARKg ON EACH SIDE ROLL
WHITE BREAKERS WITH SHINING CRESTSg AND THE
WAX BETWEEN FOR YOUR PASSAGE OUT IS NARROW.
BUT GO IN JOY, AND AS FOR LABOR LET THERE BE NO
GRIEVING THAT LIMBS IN YOUTHFUL VIGOR SHOULD
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