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For the purpose oi training youth in the ways oi
learning, in right altitudes oi thought and in the
proper hahits oi living. Lincoin high schooi came into
existence 25 years ago. Since that time, severai thou-
sand young people have ineen graduated irom this
institution which all have iearneol to iove hecause ol'
the spirit oi friendship, ioyaity and devotion toward
their Alma Mater. To many, there has been a full
measure ot genuine satisiaction which came hecause
ol- a consciousness of heing hetter equipped to face
the many prohlems oi liie. Most oi these young peo-
ple have reaiizeri the unusual privileges and oppor-
tunities anri after graduation, have wiilingiy assumed
greater obligations and responsihilities. Friends of
Lincoln high schooi have followed with pride the
careers oi her graduates as reports have come oi suc-
cess achieved and distinction won.
Ancl now to the Class oi 1959:
May the iviemory of the years spent in iiving and
worlcing in your high schooi ever he an inspiration
to iotty purpose, high ideals, honest thinlcing, true iiv-
ing and worlc weil done. May each oi you tuily reaiize
that the degree oi success you attain wiii depend, to
a very marked degree. upon the extent of energy and
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Vvhat gives that feeling oi Hheiongingn that ail
graduates seem to have? Athletic victories? Academic
prowess? Artistic achievement? Yes, hut there must
he more than that, lor we are loyai even when we
iose. is there not an indeiinahie something that more
and more hecomes a very part oi us during the three
years we live here? Friendships formed in high school
last a lifetime: experiences change our thinlcing, our
whole attitude toward lil-ez some classes we enjoy,
some we l'lN'llll't'.'-'itll oi them oiler something that in-
creases our understanding, deepens our appreciation.
quiclcens our interest or enlarges our capacity lor doing.
hr-ing and knowing, Some students develop leader-
ship, others heroine intelligent iollowers,-'tor all it is
a sharing experience.
No wonder we come to feel that we heiong, Vve
nualae the school what it is: it hecomes part oi us.
Xyhat helter wish than that we may each he worthy
ol' the very hest that Lincoin has ever ,heen or ever
May the Lincolnian always portray our school as
constantly rr-aching up through the hetter, aiways
growing towarris the hest.
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