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Page 9 text:
We, the 1946 Staff, are grateful for
the privilege of publishing the Silver
Jubilee volume of our "Tower Mem-
Twenty-five years ago, the class of
1922 gave to our school its first official
yearbook. We salute the members of
the '22 class, likewise, each class of the
years between, for upholding to our day
this fine tradition.
As a proper observance of the twenty-
fifth anniversary of the publication of
"Tower Memories", we have introduced
a few new features, which we hope will
both add to the attractiveness of our
yearbook and serve to maintain its tra-
ditional dignity and beauty.
With the prime purposes of the year-
book in mind, namely, to perpetuate for
us the record of our school life and to
stand as a symbol of our faith in the
value of the great educational institu-
tion that is Notre Dame, we have sep-
arated all of the written copy from the
pictures in our annual. This, we believe,
will make for an easier and a more
pleasant perusal of the book and will
also give more prominence to each
A second new feature of this year's
"Memories" is in the arrangement of
the senior class pictures, which have
been set up according to the melody of
our school song. Each senior's picture
represents a note of the school song.
This arrangement, besides containing
just the right number of notes "to go
around" and giving the needed variety
to page set-ups, at the same time pre-
serves for us in a unique way the song
we have loved so well and sung so often.
Here another salute is in order. Our
school song has come of age this year,
and this time our salute is for Louise
Geurink Eberhart, of the class of 1924,
who composed both the melody and the
lyric of "To Our Dear Alma Mater."
Besides our school song, seven other
songs, from among the many associated
with our school organizations and ac-
tivities, are included either entirely or
in part. This has been done for a two-
fold purpose: to preserve these tradi-
tional songs for future remembrance-
after graduation-and to carry out our
theme logically and completely. The
three art-sketch division pages sym-
bolize the songs of our school from
September to June.
The basic theme of Hope is further
carried out in the use of green, the color
of hope, also by the creation of a special
cover design depicting the main Tower
of Notre Dame rising up as a symbol of
' the strength of our hope.
We, the editors of "Tower Memories
of l946", wish here to thank all who
helped make our yearbook a reality.
Thanks to you, our fellow students, for
your more than one-hundred percent
co-operation in "backing the 'Memories'
attack." Without your support we could
never have had our "V-day?
We want to give a special vote of
thanks to our faculty adviser, Sister
Mary Kathleen, and assistants, Sister
Mary Michella, Sister Mary Gerald and
Sister Mary Germaine. Your encourage-
ment and help have given us happy
Page 8 text:
Notre fDame, Gm Lady,
the students of your Academy,
grateful for the Peace secured
through your intercession and
enjoyed by us during the past
two semesters, lovingly dedi-
cate to you this 1946 volume
of our "Tower Memories?
Though the future looms un-
certain, almost chaotic, we
shall face it with high hope-
even song-in our hearts: the
hope your teaching has given
usg the songs you have taught
us to sing.
We, the members of the
graduating class, will be the
first of our number to face
that future in a world where,
far too often and easily,
wrangling minds would parry
the necessity of striving to
preserve the peace so dearly
and so heroically won for us.
Having been taught to know
and realize the value of cor-
rect principles and the true
philosophy of life, we shall
consider it our responsibility
to carry into that world an
example of noble Christian
womanhood and to strive, as
your true daughters, ever to
bring honor to your glorious
name, OUR LADY, NOTRE
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