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pages Education has for its object the formation of character. —Hubert Spencer, “Social Statistics”
Page 52 text:
TO THE JUNIORS . . . To you who in the coming year, will slave as never slave did slave, and burn the precious midnight oil, with wild abandon, spendthrift glee, we happily and wearily, pitch o’er the reins of leadership. To you who hope that in this year, the dwindling of the rights will stop, we fervently and earnestly, too, join you, in this prayer. But, with the ending of this year, there comes a time of reckoning. The people who have walked together, walk alone, into the world. The time of cleavage, from each other, like all other splits in nature, is a time of sadness, mingled with the joy. We must break and go our way, to reach the goals which we have set. And so, it is not with all joy, that we give to you the torch, to bear the coming year. This for you will be the last, a time of chaos, indecision, culminating in the force, which with a fierce, unsteady shove, will throw you out into the world. Arise, the time has come! Our long and mottled trail at school, fades fast to memory. You the Juniors march in joy, to fill the vacant front row seats, unheeding, now, of what’s to come, and not until this day next year, when you, the silent and the grave, will understand the odd sensations, of the closing moments, before the great expulsion. With these thoughts, and others, which space and time will not permit, we hand to you this scroll, in tribute to your might, Senior Class of ’55. Class of ’54 4 48 }
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Carol Matthews, Secretary, Marie Harter, Vice President-, Susan Hackman, President-, Joe Rice, Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS The Sophomores, pages to the squires, Have served both well and faithfully. The prize of future knighthood Will be won through work and diligence. Like Janus, the god who viewed the past and the future, the Sophomores can now see in two directions, backward to the beginning of their high school days and forward to those days that will bring an even greater sense of achievement and happiness. They have reached the half-way point in their training for knighthood. They have served well as pages and their goal is now in sight. 50
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