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Page 15 text:
Mr. Patrick V. Ross
Shall we give them
10 or 15?
Growth and progress have been the hallmark
of 1965. Growth in population and the means to
support these millions, growth in the opportunities
afforded all Americans to live together with greater
respect for human dignity and greater tolerance
for human shortcomings. We have seen great pro-
gress in the sciences, a renewed appreciation for
the arts, indeed, we have seen progress in every
area of man's endeavor.
Growth and progress are, likewise, the hallmark
of Orange Glen High School. Recall that just three
short years ago, Orange Glen High School opened
its doors to a student body of iust under four hun-
dred and fifty students. Our new campus was
filled to capacity and there was much work to be
done. We now have a student population of iust
over ten hundred and fifty. Our campus is filled
to capacity and there is still much work to be done .
The task before us, however, will be accomplished!
The dedication and demonstrated excellence of the
class of 1965 will serve as a standard and an incen-
tive to all future "Patriots".
lt is with a deep sense of pride and gratifi-
cation that I extend congratulations and bid fare-
well to the young ladies and gentlemen of our first
graduating class. l am confident that your pursuit
of excellence will continue throughout your lives.
Patrick V . Ross
Mr. K. Allen Foucar
Page 14 text:
Quite often the criticism is voiced that the teen-
ager of today does not follow a worthy set of goals,
is a carefree and careless individual living a day to
day existence, is a selfish individual with no thought
given to the welfare of his fel lowman or to the coun-
try which has given him so much. These same criti-
cisms were advanced fifty years ago, a hundred years
ago and, yes, even several hundred years ago. The
criticism of today's teenagers is as questionable now
as it was in the past.
lt is true that a certain small percentage of stu-
dents in our own district fall into the category de-
scribed in the preceding paragraph. However, those
working closely with students realize that the per-
centage is small and that the vast majority of students
are striving to achieve and live by a worthy set of
goals. As evidence we point with pride to the
achievements, attitudes, spirit of cooperation and
self-discipline of our students which is worthy of
commendation in every respect.
We are proud of your records and achievements.
We especially congratulate members of the Class of
'65 for their leadership during the past four years.
G. W. Quade
G. W. Quade
SEATED: William M. Kennedy, Dr. Ward C. Sangren. STANDING: Chester E. Galyean, Colley Jeffers, Wilbur F Bradley Jr
Page 16 text:
Mrs. Holly Boyle Mrs. Dorothy Johnson
Off! 5 Staff
Mrs . Lou ise Burns
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