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Page 14 text:
To our parents, we the class of 1920
do gratefully dedicate this edition of the
"KI", in appreciation of their support and
sacrifices which have made this school
and our education possible.
Page 13 text:
The money gift is easy, there are hundreds here to pay,
And settle back contented while the toilers work away.
Nlen will dig into their pocket for the gold the cause may need,
And then leave it for another to go out and do the deed,
But in every worthy struggle that shall help the race to climb
The world is always seeking for the men who'll give their time.
The money gift is easy, but a better gift than pelf
ls to dedicate to service, not your money, but yourself.
For though gold and silver often are the things a cause demands,
No righteous dream can triumph without willing hearts and hands.
And in every field of service that is known to mortal ken
You can hear the leader calling, not for money, but for men.
The money gift is easy, many gladly pay the price,
Who sit back in times of danger and refuse the sacrifice.
There are men who give their money for a purpose that is line,
Who never share the burdens or the bitter lighting line,
But the man the world is seeking in the tasks it has to do
ls the man who'll share the struggle and stay with it till it's through.
-Edgar A. Guest
Page 15 text:
The noblest thoughts my soul can claim,
The holiest words my tongue can frame,
Unworthy are to praise the name
More sacred than all other.
An infant when her love first came-
A man, l find it just the same:
Reverently I breathe her name,
The blessed name of mother.
-George Griffith Fetter.
"Father"-just "Father": What love
breathes around that name wrought by
love itself! Throughout the year more
lavish of gifts than days of june, he
finds happiness in bestowing happiness.
Not only does he give comforts and ma-
terial protection, but by his strength of
spirit, by his sympathy and sincerity, by
his experiences wrested from the years,
by his joyous and youthful heart
triumphing over grief and strife his ex-
ample is itself a teacher of life's greater
values.-Rena Albertyn Smith.
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