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Graduation ... It was over so quickly. It was a solemn occasion as the Gass of 70 marched into the auditorium for their final program at L.H.S. Our pianist, Scotty Fletcher, contributed to the Commencement with his musical accompaniment. Clyde Lester opened the Graduation ceremony with a prayer, thanking God for his many blessings during the past twelve years. As Joan Cox sang, “The Impossible Dream,” the thoughts of the Seniors turned to their own “unreachable stars.” 120
Page 123 text:
with a solemn service and words of inspiration. Baccalaureate, the farewell sermon, was delivered to the Class of 1970, their parents and friends, on Sunday night, May 31 , in the high school auditorium. Graduating with the class’s highest scholastic honors were: Glen Durrett, Linda Cassell, Eugene Mercer, Deborah Ramey, Jean Jackson, David Reid, Francine Easterly, Salutatorian, Vickie Penick, Johnny Vencill, and Gwen Kiser, Valedictorian. Guest speaker was the Reverend Dr. William Tuck, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Bristol, Virginia. Seniors listened with sincere interest. Dr. Tuck emphasized the importance of making the right decisions and having the courage to stand by them.
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I am leaving Commencement was held on Friday, June 5, in the school auditorium. For parents and friends, it was a time of pride and perhaps a little sadness. For the graduating Seniors, it was a moment of reality, crowding the memories of twelve years into such a short time, and realizing that it was really the end. Valedictorian, Gwen Kiser, in her speech, “Face of America”, The theme, “America Tomorrow”, was strongly explored in Linda presented her idea that sacrifice is needed to regain the American Cassell’s address, “Values to Cherish.” image. Patricia McFadden emphasized the need for “Enlightened Leadership.” Salutatorian, Francine Easterly, offered her thoughts on facing life’s joys and sorrows with equal grace in her speech, “Agony and Ecstasy of Life.” 121
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