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The Class of 1918 chose "Aurora" as a title
fitting to an Annual to the Gaston High School.
A good titleg a significant one.
"Aurora" seems to suggest a theme of bright-
ness. The goddess of Dawn drew back with rosy
fingers the veil of night and heralded the coming
of the sun. She sped across the heavens in her
glorious chariot, or was borne aloft by her own
fleet wings that glowed with ever-changing
colors as she moved. A beautiful legend-but a
Beautiful and real and not legendary is the
"Aurora Borealis" or "Northern Lights." As
they seem to send their rays far across the
heavens-sometimes in red, green and golden
color-the splendor is beyond description. The
entire Northland is lighted by the magnetism.
May this book draw you closer to your happy
childhood while in the Gaston High School and
may your past be illuminated by our efforts-a
few pictures, puns, facts, jokes, hopes, and proph-
ecies to cheer us all.
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