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But not forgetting to take with me a part of those days Diplomas were eagerly received, signifying the con- clusion of our public education but only the beginning of our adult life. “Believe in the Future” was the topic of Gwen Dale’s address which advised all to put hope and faith into the future. Mr. Omer Elkins, Director of Instruction for Rus- sell County, awarded diplomas to the 1970 graduates. In his speech, “Peace with Freedom,” Bill Alexander expressed his belief that free people should never accept peace at the price of their liberty. With a certain amount of joy, sorrow, and a great deal of pride. Seniors accepted their diplomas.
Page 125 text:
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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My days at Lebanon High Class President, Eugene Mercer, delivered the tradi- “With this, we reluctantly make the Junior Class the Senior Class of Lebanon High School, with tional School Seal Speech. all its responsibilities and honors.” «■■■■ ■Ban Officers of the Class of 1971 respectfully led the graduates from the auditorium. It was over. The shouts of joy, and the tears of sadness rang in the air, but many left wondering, “Where do I go from here?” 123
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