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Page 8 text:
K 0142 l'SCA00!
ST. MARY SCHOOL
St. Mary School
We boast ol theel
Your bright halls,
And your corridors
l'lave brought us cheery
The lessons learnt with eager care
Will always be
Sweet memories throughout the years
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THE CHURCH DOOR
We, the Class of 1940, have selected as the theme of our publication, the "Renard,,' the simple but unique
feature "Doors" This choice was made because of the fact that new doors were built, thus improving the
entrance of St. Mary Church in beauty and architecture.
Doors can be beautiful things . . . Architects have labored through the centuries with untiring slrill in
order to malce doors beautiful. They have accentuated the charm of doors through the medium of carved wood
and bronzed designs. The simplicity and grandeur of the new Church doors attract everyone. Through these
doors the faithful enter to pay tribute to the King who dwells behind the small golden tabernacle doors.
Open doors are such eloquent things . . . They spealc for themselves . . . They not only heartily welcome
all but extend an invitation to enter. Qpen doors create a confidence that beyond them one will find happi-
ness and good cheer.
On the other hand, closed doors can be cruel things. We Seniors feel that the well-worn door of St.
Mary is closing upon us and our years of study have gone by and before us we behold the monster doors swing-
ing open to usher us into the world of plans and high endeavors.
No one lilces the cruelty and finality of closed doors. . . So it is our wish to convey that all who seelc learn-
ing in dear St. Mary s will find the doors flung open wide where they will receive a hearty welcome . . . a
secure shelter in which to ennoble and embellish intellectual and spiritual gifts.
Equipped with a thorough religious training, we the Graduates of 1940 swing baclc these doors of dear
St. Mary's and leave its hallowed precincts to live our lifefa Catholic life.
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A solemn atmosphere . . . broicen by a smile, a
giggle . . . studious heads benci iow . . . lost in
concentration . . . having converse with men of
genius . . . winged inspiration hovers near . , .
Qh, there she is . . . Ah, such eyes . , . Who?
Mei . . . a detention ticicet?
THE GREAT WINDOW
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