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Page 57 text:
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Leaders of the
Our high school days have come to an end, but this
'giant step was only the beginning. The first move toward
our new life was at commencement exercises when we re-
ceived our diplomas, our birth certificates to adulthood!
We now walk through life with our heads up high and our
goals set even higher. Disappointments will confront us and
questions will a.rise,butwe shall be strong and carry on as
before, taking the disappointments graciously and answer-
ing the questions explicitly. We shall take life, "One step
at a time, but always forward."
We have not reached this first milestone in our life
alone. There have been teachers to instruct us, friends to
console us, -and parents to guide us. All of our associates
have had a part in rounding out our personalities.
Our twelve years of free public education are now
over and we must face the challenges presented by the
world. We must make new and better acquaintances and
adjust blandly to our new surroundings. Now is the time
when we must make our own decisions, set our own goals,
and live our lives in the most profitable way. "NOW, IS
Senior Jacque Workman wrote a poem commemo-
rating the exit of the class of 1966 from high school. It
was written for use in the senior farewell assembly and
best describes the emotions of a graduate toward his
GRADUATION MEANS FAREWELL
Twelve years have passed at last they passed.
A long, long road was it.
And here it is that grand, grand year, of 1966.
We started to climb that mountain high,
A long, long time ago,
We never thought we'd reach that peak
But I guess you never know.
The years have been fun, the years have been gay,
But never did we know,
That someday soon would come that day,
The 29th of May.
lt's here at last, we can't deny,
That high school days are through,
And I am sure that most of us
Will remain to Hillsdale true.
To you the underclassmen,
That we no more shall see,
We hope that you will make your years
As happy as ever can be.
Farewell dear friends, good-by to all,
We'l1 always remember you,
You've been a part of our life here
But we'll start our life anew.
We're going out to meet the world
And we must say good-by.
Good-by, farewell, again dear friends
Good-by, dear Hillsdale High.
The customary turning of the tassel was done by each
row after they had received their diplomas.
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Class Motto One
step at a time but
Seniors Janice Hershey and Greg
Likes received their diplomas on that
eventful graduation eve, from J , W, Kyler,
President of the Board of Education. Mr,
Gene Yeater, in background, recommended
the class and then proceeded with the ad-
dressing of each student.
Double Red Rose
Cranberry and Punk
C C so
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Senior class officers President Dave Har-
ris, Vice-President Mike Galliher, Secretary
Judy Badertscher, and Treasurer Donna Mutch-
ler, were kept extremely busy planning parties
and trips and making final plans for graduation
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