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Page 10 text:
ARNE D. HOLMBO
Graduates, in this glorious hour, Isalute
thee. Truly, high school days swiftly pass.
It seems only yesterday that you, as awe-
struck freshmen, entered these Roosevelt halls
steeped as they are in noble and cherished
traditions. All of your teachers have followed
your progress with patient interest asyou shaped
your successes and your achievements. By the
same token with understanding hearts, we have
sympathized with whatever have been your mis-
fortunes and you shortcomings. Now, friends,
you are about to reach man's and woman's
estate. I sincerely hope you have not only
grown stalwart in body but also strong in self-
conviction and determination. Enter thebroad-
ening horizons of your lives with dignity, with
perseverance, with courage, and with under-
Class of 1968, hail and farewell. May
God bless and keep you.
Graduating Students of the Class of 1968
It is a real delight to me to congratulate
the graduating class of 1968 because I feel
this has been a most significant class from
the point of service and antruly innate interest,
backed by action, in Roosevelt. This class has
distinguished itself by its courage in action
with the bond issue.
I can see a fine future for allof the mem-
bers of this class because of their ability to
stand by their convictions and to meet problems
face to face. The spirit of cooperation and
dedication to the task at hand has been an ear-
mark of the class of '68.
I would encgurage each member to "run
a good race" in reaching for the good things
of life and recognize that our relationships
with others are probably the most important
factor in a happy, productive life. lwish
you all well.
W. R. CUMMINGS, Assistant Principal
Page 11 text:
MRS. JEAN BOOKER MR. FLOYD NORMAN
To each member of the class of 1968, I extend my
congratulations and best wishes.
During your four years at Roosevelt, you have had
many opportunities for enlightenment, enrichment,
personal growth and service to others. In the years
ahead the demands on each of you as individuals will
be both many and great.
You are important and needed. You can make a
difference where you are by the quality of your re-
lationship to others and the way you tackle each re-
sponsibility and task which confronts you. Today, in-
dividuals are needed who care - who care about them-
selves and about each other in family and community:
individuals who are trying to do their best where they
I sincerely hope that these years at Roosevelt will
have served to spur you on to further learning oppor-
tunities. May you never stop learning and growing.
I would ask that each of you strive to be a person of
excellence with a wide view of life, with curiosity
to look below the surface, with self discipline, en-
thusiasm, energy and courage. May you be responsible
men and women.
In the words of Dag Hammarskjoldg "Do what you
can and the task will rest lightly in your hand, so
lightly that you will be able to look forward to the
more difficult tests which may be awaiting you."
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