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Page 10 text:
We, the Senior Class, appreciate all the love and guidance, you, our parents have bestowed upon us.
In response to the trust and confidence you have placed in us, we pledge ourselves to perpetuate your ideals which are embodied in these lines:
To respect my children and in return To be worthy of their respect --
To have unbounded faith in my children,
To allow them the dignity of their personalities,
Not trying to make them over to my own desires --
To care well for my children's bodies,
But not at the expense of their minds and spirit --To be cheerful and ready to laugh because Children love laughter as they love sunshine.
To have infinite patience with my children And to make allowances for them,
Because they have so much to learn,
And I myself am not so very wise.
To help them to choose The life’s work they are best fitted for Instead of gratifying through them My personal ambition --
To fit my children to meet life and people Bravely, honestly, and independently --
And through all misdemeanors both trivial and serious
To love them steadfastly --
May love and understanding help me.
We love you, parents of ours, for being so understanding and we thank you for the wisdom and courage you have instilled in us, and for making our youthful years with you so wonderful.
Page 9 text:
We remember --
His friendly smile --His laughter --His constant joy.
We remember --
The fun we shared --The happiness he gave --The value of his friendship.
So much -- for he was one of us --And we dedicate this book That we may never forget.
I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead -- he is just away!
With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land,
And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since he lingers there.
And you -- O you, who the wildest yearn For the old time step and glad return,
Think of him faring on, as dear
In the love of There as the love of Here;
Think of him still as the same, I say:
He is not dead -- he is just away!
James Whitcomb Riley
Page 11 text:
There's an open gate At the end of the road Through which each must go alone, And there is a light we cannot see Our Father claims His own Beyond the gate your loved one Finds happiness and rest And there is comfort In the thought That a loving God knows best. John 14:2-3
Kathryn Eline Clark daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark January 30, 1942 -- November 1, 1969
Leslie Martin Graker son of Mr. and Mrs. George Craker husband of Linda Parker Craker June 19, 1946 -- September 19, 1970
Sandra Dobson King daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dobson May 22, 1947 -- February 22, 1970
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