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ELASS Ill 1939
Paradoxieal though it may seein, high school harvest time is in the Spring
rather than in the .-Xututnn. XVe seniors are the crop ol' 'SEL Uur high school
education is the lruit of our instructors: and although we are a high school
harvest, we are the seed for colleges, jobs, farins, and homes.
Mlhen we look back, we think we have eoine a long wav hut aetually we
have just begun. As treslnnen we knew that soine day we would graduate: hut
then, graduation was so lar ahead we could scarcely visualize it. Now as we
graduate. we see the last four years as the preparation lor suecesslul living.
For inost of us this graduation is the end ol' school and we are glad lor
this until a flood of four vears' nieniories overwhelms the excitement old
graduation. Then we recall the liappv days high school has given us and also
begin to realize that it has been a privilege. Even though we know that high
school days are of the happiest and even though we are sorrv to leave, we are
eager to go on. XVe are ready to see what we can do with the world.
'lhough this task may take us lar lroni Riverdale. we will alwavs cherish
inanv fond nieinories of high school and of the Class ol' 'fi9.
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