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DeJicahon TO MRS. EVELYN FINKS HALL who has guided us through our four-year English course, who has sponsored our class, toiled with us, holding before us the highest attain- ments, watching, encouraging and hoping, weaving a web of friend- ship in the hearts of all the members of ’jo, as a little token, we humbly dedicate this page of The Oriole. •4 16
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llie o en o ’s of IQ 30 ' OUR HIGH-SCHO( L days, Seniors of 1930, have been marked by failures and successes, disap])ointinents and joys, defeats and ictories. To those of us who have had the responsibility of endeavoring to show you the way of training your minds, your bodies, your dispositions, your hearts, your ideals, you yoursehes haw l)cen the inspiration. Working with you, for you, has meant sacrifice of self and along with self the suppression of selfishness, for your lives have made sacrifices worth while. To see your characters unfold, your better selves comiuering petty indispositions of temperament, smiles suiiplanting frowns of selfishness, has made all efforts w ' orth while, association with you a pleasure that will linger long in our memory. You ha ’e had you faults and your failings, but you have concpiercd yourselves and held high to the finer things offered by life. Your smiles, your trust, your faith, your sjilendid spirit in the face of correction and difficulty have gix’en courage to us who otherwise might at times have faltered with discouragement, " ou future citizens, keep the highest ideals before you as you go forward into the broader life aw-ailing you. You will find in life what you put into it. You will find what you are looking for and you will not see the sordid •iew of things unless you are seeking it. Let your contribution be clean manhood and womanhood, honesty of purpose in face of indeci- sion and doubt, consideration for the shortcomings of others, since none of you is without them. Your talents are aried and many, sacred, entrusted to your care to develop. lYe them wisely. Don’t waste them. Hold on to the best friendships; they are not cheaj), and when life’s opportunities are presented to you, you will be able to answer, “Here am I ready.’’ •4 18 Ifi-
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