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Contents A gem, ever so precious, carefully cut and brilliantly polished by God, nature, and love, found minutely gleaming through the eyes from the depths of the soul--a unique per- sonality. PAGES 230—263 Manifesting the labors of a busy springtime like the buds of early May, that suspended, delightful time of neither spring nor sum- mer -- PAGES 264--285 Our grammar graders are generously en- dowed as the fresh gay, spring breeze with frolicking mischievousness and an eager de- sire to explore, absorb and expand. PAGES 286—335 Our generous advertisers, reflecting the beating of the very pulse of the nation in the flicker of the multicolored lights on clever displays, proclaim the right of Amer- icans to work and expand. PAGES 336 --369
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Table Of As the sun fises early in the day, so also do our aspirations surge ever upward early in life. This therefore is the secret of eternal youth. PAGES 1--29 Like butterflies brilliantly arrayed in the rich, pure colors of education and intelli- gence, our graduates emerge from a cocoon of years of preparation into the world, eager to flex the strength of their newly developed wings and anxiously anticipating the sweetness of the flowers of success. PAGES 30—143 As surely as the beauty and peace of night complement a busy day and as certainly as sunshine and clear skies follow the storm, so also do we feel the joy of accomplish- ment, content and peace after earnest whole- hearted diligent activity. PAGES 144-207 Our goal is to be like the mighty oak that stands firm while other trees break under pressure. The same oak which was first but a wise sapling who learned from super- ficial bruises and gusty breezes to thicken its bark and to send its root system deep and wide. PAGES 208—229
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Our Heritage of Christian The schools of St .Joseph and Nazareth Academy have been helping to make the history of Victoria and its citi- zens for almost a hundred years. In 1895, under the direction of the zealous Father A. Gardet, pastor of St. Marys, the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament opened a school for the education of Catholic girls. Soon afterward, a school for the education of Catholic boys, St. Joseph ' s was founded and by 1889 its enrollment had reached one hundred sixty. Saint Joseph ' s Grade School Saint Joseph ' s High School
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