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Page 7 text:
Let us go on with experiments 3
Let us dare and dream and dog
Some day we may make a world
With a buttercup in it,
Or a swal1ow's wing.
------ ----Olive Tilford Dargan
TABLE QF CONTENTS
DEDICATION 4- 5
Freshmen. . . . . . . .
Sophomores. . .
Juniors. . . . ....
Senior Superlatives. . .
. . 6-14
. . . 15-22
. . . 23-32
Faculty and Administration . . . . . . 63-71
Junior-Senior 1959. . .
Awards 1959 ......
. . . 83-98
. . . 99-111
. . . 113
. . . 114
. . . 115-130
. . . 130
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THE GROWTH QF A STUDENT
The growth of a student may perhaps be
compared to the complete metamorphosis of
the butterfly. Just as the butterfly completes
four phases of development---the egg, larval,
pupal, and adult, sothe student completes four
phases---the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior,
The egg, or embryonic stage of life in the
butterfly, is the immature beginning of the
adult, as the Freshman is the beginning of the
The embryo progresses to the larval
stage--more advanced, rather the "in-
between." Thus is the Sophomore-a little
closerto the Senior, and also the "in-between."
The pupal stage of the butterfly produces
an organism greatly akin to the adult. The
Junior, in his role as next-to-Senior, develops
many characteristics which identify him with
the more advanced segment of the student
body, and bring him closer to the status of
Finally, the pupa's enclosure breaks, and
the adult emerges. Similarly, the waiting
ends, the Junior returns to school as a Senior-
the achievement and reward!
Here the comparison ends, for the future
holds only death for the adult butterfly. For
the high school Senior, the future holds his
hopes and dreams, his ambitions and goals.
His possibilities are unlimited, his success
is his own responsibility. He may use his life
inahundred-thousandways, unlike the butter-
fly, which has only to die, without great
accomplishments. The student may use his
life, and our advice to you is, "Do use it--the
fate of civilization may rest in your hands."
Editor's Note: The photograph of the oil
painting used on this page is by Pat Renfrew,
a graduate of Jacksonville High. She called
it "Cross Section of Student Life".
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TO THE CLASS GF 1964
We the members of the annual staff of 1960 ded1cate the yearbook, to you, the class
of 1964 xn the tond hope that you may progress through h1gh school w1th as much enjoy
ment enllghtenment and contentment as we have had
As Semors we have trodden the path wh1ch you shall tread We know the Joys and
sorrows the trxumphs and d1sappo1ntments, the hopes and broken dreams and the dreads
and ea erness of th1s hlgh school
We have emergedfrom the shell of self conc1ousness Wh1Ch Surrounds the Freshman
we have passed the stage of 1nsecur1ty and worry whlch typ1f1es the Sophomore we have
gone beyondthe status of the Junlor w1th memorles of planmng worry, and work result
learmng the graduat1ng class
We stand on the threshold of hlgher educatxon You have a golden opportumty, worth
much more than you know We tell you th1s as ones who have found lt to be true Some
of us have made ood use of the opportumty, and are justly proud Others of us have
wasted1t and lament m the knowledge that lt IS gone Prof1t by the experlences of those
who haxe wasted the opportumty and remember that, although you may not do the best
you can always do your best
Make th1s your watchword
So n1gh IS grandeur to our dust
So near 15 God to man
When Duty whlspers low, Thou must,
The youth rephes, I can
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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ing inagala Junior-Senior Promg we have at last reached the higher ring on the ladder of
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