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Year-end means a time for meditating . . . evaluating
. . . reminiscing . . . for examining the past months . . .
trying to understand ourselves . . . our thoughts . . . our
relation to each other . . . for seeing ourselves as. . . .
SOPHOMORES . . .
I'm here at lastg I'm one of them! Senior High stu-
dents used to be ten feet tall, but now they are not - or
at least I'm I10t. No, I haven't changed, but coming here
is supposed to be a big transition. The tempo is faster,
the work is harder, and most of the time nobody knows
I'm here except the other sophsg we have to stick to-
gether. I feel unsure and uneasyg yet, I am becoming
more a part of things as when I pull for our team.
Mostly Ilm still a little frog in a big pond.
JUNIORS . . .
Now I have really arrived. I'm settled in for a long
stay. The future stretches before me as a wide vista,
broken by only occasional thoughts of my past days here.
Ilm in the swing of things more than I was last year.
Perhaps I'm beginning to feel a responsibility to myself
and my school, though that American history test or that
geometry quiz isn't quite as important as the camaraderie
of growing up. I've got things to do - people to see.
SENIORS . . .
Those dumb sophs probably think I'1n downright
dignified with College Algebra and college applications
thrust nonchalantly under my arm. They think that
I'm on top. Well, I thought I would be, but I'm only at
the basement landing going to the first floor again. As
life looms ahead, I feign bravado, but as in a cycle I am
again uneasy. Questions pop into my mind that never
bothered me before. I am told that I ask the questions
of the Ages, yet, the Ages have not answered them. I
alone have asked and I must answer.
A SENIOR HIGH STUDENT . . .
We were three but we were one. We were a living,
vital body of individuals in a common frame. As a whole,
that frame was a cut above the rest. We were rofrressive.
We were changing. We were growing. Individually our
growth took different forms and directions. As to our
future? "Qui Vivra Verral'
Here is the record of our year that has passed. . .
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Miss Murk's senior English class stopped work early for i
Clliristmus and sang carols the day before the holidays. l
Team spirit and desire and pride were evident in all our 1
teznns, win or lose. I
Don, Bruce, and kliin were our own Kingston Trio and
the hoolenzinny was big at Senior High.
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