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"Welcome, class of January l9S7!" How strange these words sounded when
we heard them three years ago. Although we cherished thoughts of graduation,
then they seemed absurd. After all, we had so much time before us.
These memorable three years are drawing to an end. Now, just as man has 'J
marked and divided the passage of time, we are able to mark and divide our
stay at Western. p
The Era of Bewilclerment may best describe our freshman days. We gazed 35:4
with timidity at our surroundings and were a bit overwhelmed by new responsi- 3
Very soon we advanced up the ladder of time to a new Era of Progress. We Q-
became accustomed to our school, met new friends, and received help and guidance f I K
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Finally, we aproached the most important period of time spent in school. It may
be best termed the Era of Maturity. We found ourselves called upon to set
examples for others who depended on our leadership and experience.
Because time and its passage have aided the development of our characters and
ideals, we chose it as the theme of our Flame When we glance through this
book in the future, may each of us have added a new era to our lives, an Era. of
Achievement and Contentment