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CLASS MOTTO--The will to do is the way to success.
CLASS COLORS--Blue and White
CLASS FLOWER--Red Carnation
CLASS POEM--The Things That Haven't Been Done Before
CLASS SONG--You'll Never Walk Alone
When you walk tlmough a storm, keep your chin up
high and don't be afraid of the dark.
At the end of the storm is a golden ray, and the
sweet silver song of a lark.
Walk on through the wind, walk on through the rain,
though your dreams be tossed and blown.
Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart and you'll
never walk alone. You'l1 never walk alone.
THE THINGS THAT HAVENT BEEN DONE BEFORE
'I'he things that haven't been done before,
Those are the things to tryg
Colombus dreamed of an unknown shore
At the rim of the far flung sky,
And his heart was bold and his faith was strong
As he ventured in dangers new,
And he paid no heed to the jeering throng
Or the fears of the doubting crew.
The many will follow the beaten track
With guideposts on the way,
They live and have lived for ages back
Witha chant for every day.
Someone has told them it's safe to go
On the road he has traveled o'er
And all that they ever strive to know
Are the things that were known before.
A few strike out, with out map or chart,
Where never a man has been,
From the beaten paths they draw apart
To see what no man has seen.
'I'here are deeds they hunger alone to dog
Though battered and bruised and sore,
They blaze the path for the many, who
Do nothing not done before.
The things that haven't been done before
Are the tasks worth while to-dayg
Are you one of the flock that follows, or
Are you one that shall lead the way?
Are you one of the timid souls that quail
At the jeers of a doubting crew,
Or dare you, whether you win or fail,
Strike out for a goal that's new?
Edgar A. Guest”