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INDIVIDUALITY . . .
lt's one of The great universal
held it so precious
that he stamped it upon every obiect
of creation. Every leaf
in The forest differsf
rg every snowflake that falls
is made from a design never repeated, every shell on
every feature on ones face
is forever unique. The stamp of originality
is in The mind,
and The soul. lt is The value
that each alone, has -
The Thing for which he is directly
responsible To his maker -
and which he must develop to The utmost
in honor of his God
and To The fullest service of his fellow man.
The amount he has
be great or small.
He can'T determine that - but he can,
f labor to bring it to its possible best.
"lf you can't be a highway then just be a trail,
lf you can't be the sun be a star,
It isn't by size that you win or you fail -
Be the best of whatever you are!"
Mr. Arthur Roseman Miss Hilda Jones Miss Mildred Druschel
John W. Wilson
Mr. Milton Sager