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TO THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-TWO: As you go from us, wc share with )ou bright anticipations and fond hopes for your fu- ture. You arc the heir of all the ages. You are what you are because men have thought and wrought. Many have helped in your education thus far, and have done their part to give you your present knowledge and to determine your attitudes and Ideals. Among these are your parents, your teachers, the newspaper men, the writers of the books you have read, the boys and girls with whom you have mingled, at school, in the street, and at social functions, the men and women you have known. You are a part of all that you have met. It has been the province of the school so to modify your environment that men and women of unsullied character and excellent spirit, tolerant, self-controlled, but unafraid, might direct your foot- steps and train you to be strong of body, mind, and spirit. For none of you is graduation from high school the end of education. Manv of the same factors as in the past will be making their impress upon you. We trust that, with wills strong to do the right, your training in the high school will aid you to be a force for more refined culture, truer and more independent thought, more efficient work, and higher thinking. Get knowledge. The wisdom that will linger with you as a residue of knowledge will bring vou strength and honor and bless the world. For " her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace. " Some day, with your help, a grateful world may say, not that, " The richest man among us is the best, " but that the wisest man among us is the best. You will serve best by working with all your might to make this true of vour age. Your parents, your city, your school have made sacrifices to give you the best training we can. We trust that you will go forth, obedient to the divine admonition, " Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do It with thy might. " If you do, our hearts will fill with pleasure over your achievements. Never contentedly eat the bread of Idleness and dependence. Be strong to dare and to do. Do your own thinking, social, political, and religious; for so doing you may suffer the sneers of selfish men, but they will never prevail against ou, nor keep you from being use- ful and happy. R. L. PASCHAL.
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