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The Torch H as Been Passed
E, the graduating class of 1962, are emerging as American
citizens and future leaders in a world far different from
that which our parents inherited. VVe were conceived
and born in the midst of a devastating war which proved to be the
spawning ground for the barbed wire barricade, the scorched earth,
the cries of oppressed peoples, the hammer and sickle of the
growing, treacherous force called Communism.
We will begin to take an active part in an existence threatened
by every clash between democracy and totalitarianism and
overshadowed by the unleashed powers of mass destruction. We
will see the poverty and misery of the downtrodden, the struggle
of the little man against the dictator.
For these reasons, the 1962 Goldenrod is using the words and
inspiration of President John F. Kennedy's inaugural address as its
theme. The purpose of this theme is not to lend a supersentimental,
superpatriotic air to the yearbook-but rather to remind us of the
president's declaration of our stand for liberty, our determination
to rid underprivileged nations of poverty and ignorance, our loyalty
to our allies, our resolve to make friend and foe alike work
together for the true meaning of peaceful coexistence, and, most
significant, our individual importance in preserving the precious
heritage and goals founded by the first Americans so many years ago.
It is up to us, the new generation of men and women taking over
the problems facing us, to answer the president's challenge: "Ask
not what your country can do for you-ask what you can do for
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