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Page 9 text:
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' City Representative
The time has come, the council said,
To talk of many things:
Of graduation fees and dues,
Of senior hats and rings.
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dentl, Carol Dohrmann, Judith Moore,
Carolyn Hawkins, Alice Dragag fStanding2
Lois McVVhirter, Sylvia Farstendiger,
Judith Hendel, Marilyn Coodfellow,
Patricia Coleman, Edward Dudewicz,
Steven Temlock, Barbara Cirillo, Barbara
Stoeltzing, Lorraine Conrad, Carol Ryder,
Page 8 text:
Dear Jacksonites of '59:
It's customary for a fond parent to give young people part-
ing advice as they go out into the big world. I hope you will
be taking away with you many happy memories of working and
playing together. Your particular senior class can indeed be
proud that through your school spirit and strong desire you
instituted what we hope will be a long standing tradition-the
school sing. During your stay the annual varsity show was
revivedg many athletic championships were wong prize-winning
LOGS and STARS continued to flourish, the DIGIT DIGEST was
begun as a showcase for bright students of mathematics and
scienceg serious concerts and variety shows drew their own
enthusiastic audiences, and the Student Relations Club and the
Human Relations Drama Workshop were organized to serve the
school and the community. We have also seen a General Organiza-
tion grow in responsibility and stature. At this writing you
have the culminating occasions of the Senior Prom and of gradu-
ation still to come. In other words, your hard work and coop-
eration not only earned you diplomas and references for college
and business but also left an indelible imprint on your school.
It is all the more remarkable that you have witnessed this
very solid development in school spirit and community rela-
tions at a time when the school grew so rapidly that you had to
change from single session to triple session. Many of you
have already earned your place as undergraduates on our 'Jack-
son on Parade' feature. As you go on into wider fields, may
you continue to make 'Jackson on Parade' not only as names in
an announcement but also as worthy spokesmen of a fine school
of which you can all be proud. Our best wishes go with you.
Keep us informed on the successes that I hope will come to each
and every one of you.
Dorothy Bonawit, Principal
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You can always tell an album-keeper by the familiar trademarks: perennially
pasty fingers, grooved thumbs from long years of scissors-holding, and a glazed stare
from too much photo-gazing. Stooped nearsightedly over a pile of pictures, the album-
keeper will enumerate enthusiastically the advantages of album-keeping, and he is
right, for an album is the,best means of preserving memories of important events.
Keeping an album, though, is tiresome work. The thin thread of patience is pulled
taut when photos must be collected, sorted, and pasted into place. After a while the
taste of glue becomes slightly annoying, and pictures are finally, 'pastily', tossed
between pages and the album consigned forever to the limbo of an empty drawer.
"But,,' says the album-keeper, 'cthink of the results of a little patience! Itis so won-
derful to look back, years later, on familiar faces, remembered places-auld lang syne,
you knowlv Again he is right. Unfortunately, however, not all of us are as patient as
we would like to be, and a haphazard photo album awakens only haphazard memories.
What to do? Our staff has found a solution: the '59 Pioneer. It is full of the pictures
you would want in your own album. In fact, the Pioneer is your own album, a com-
plete record of your career as a Jackson Senior.
So put away your pastepots and settle down to an hour of comfortable reminis-
cence, reliving your senior year and impressing it as indelibly upon your mind as
upon these pages.
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