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IOSEPH VN MADDIA
CLARENCE W. BELL, IR.
ANDREW H. WITHROW
WILLIAM M. IUDD
R. C. AYER
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me gold - Om M144 aah
The trails were rough and lpwinding, and the skies were
often over-clouded. The climb lwas steep, and the juttingl
rocks of life often placedxobstacles before us. Many timesnlxwe
faltered and many timesiwve might have given up 'ii'. 3 and gonekin
search of easier goals, if our constant scout and guide had not
urged us onward with her never-tiring patience and zeal. Her
zest for life was a constant inspiration for us when the going
got rough. We found the gold, but only because her knowledge
of the trials and tribulations of the journey and her resourceful
ideas for overcoming them kept in us that spark of aspiration
and remembrance of our motto-"Ad astra per asperan-"To
the stars through difficulties."
Page 12 text:
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Through the ages, excitement, thrill, and high adventure have followed
men in their search for gold. In America restless and hardy prospectors at
Sutter's Mill and Cripple Creek sought the yellow metal an even century ago.
Little did they know or realize what a heritage of hope, courage, and dauntless
spirit they would bring to the great western part of our country.
Hardships, blasted hopes, and adversity of all kinds were taken without
whimpering and no quarter asked. Outof the refining process of rugged living
came a new sense of justice, equality, and freedom that was not based upon
the gold they dug from the hills, but rather upon the true measure of human
greatness, that was and is today fairness, honesty, truthfulness, and neighborly
May the members of this class of FORTY NINERS, more than any other
before them, dedicate themselves to the task of a true evaluation of the sterling
qualities of American manhood and womanhood based not upon material
wealth, but upon service to mankind.
ROBERT E. WRIGHT
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