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Page 8 text:
MR . ROWELL
At all times men have tried to measure and
place a value upon things, both tangible and intan-
gible. It did not take long for one material of out-
standing economic value to become the standard
for all such measurement, Thus, we now think of
anything described as "golden"to be of superlative
Just as everyone does not place an equalvalue
on a given object, so may we differ in our ideas as
to what may be the Golden Days of our life. There
are those who talk of their days in high school or
college as the best days of their life, but thought-
ful consideration should deny this emotional belief.
Let me suggest three guideposts to help you.
Every person must work to be truly happy. He
must produce goods or provide services which are
needed by his fellow men so that he may have a-
feeling of accomplishment. Every person must
P1335 or follow an avocation, so that he may grow
as an individual as well as be continuously recre-
ated. Every person must have a love of mankind
and a love of God which allow him to recognize and
to fulfill his place in the universe.
Whenever your life combines work, play, ard
love properly, you will be living in the Golden Days
Superintendent of Schools
The Golden Days of youth you have known are
but the first few moments of the many golden 'days
that stretch before you as you leave to go forward
into life, Some of you will pick up your tasks to
begin a life's career, while others of you will seek
further education. It matters not what task you
will be doingg the important thing is how you will
do that task. Heed well the lessons you have learned
in your homes, churches, and school. Take with
you the knowledge and skills which you have acquired
and use them to the last full measure of your ability.
Stand firm upon the rock of love and faith which has
been given to each ofyou by those you l-GHVC behillo-
Go with Godg may He bless you with success ,and
happiness, and may all your days be golden.
High School Principal
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Page 9 text:
Katherine I. Mclnnes
Dean of Girls
As you prepare to leave your high school days behind and
step out into life I would call your attention to a virtue
which is one of the prime requisites of what Aristotle cal-
led a "Complete life. " This virtue is "Readiness to Serve."
These words imply more than they say. Many times we
find young and old ready and eager to serve, but the desire
soon departs. These individuals do not wear. They lack
staying quality. Every great task, and life itself, will
require a "long pull. " Real service involves determination
and fidelity. Willingness to serve means little, ii it evap-
orates too soon, The development ofa worthy life demands
diligence in one's vocation and in extra-vocational activi-
ties. It has been said that the measure of an individual
lies in what he does in addition to what he is required to
do and itis the gratuitous services which one renders often
without observation,that furnish the most trustworthy
measure of an individual's worth.
Charles W. Bayley
University of Maine
Head of English Department
Leo J. Lane
Head of History
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Ruth Armitage Elizabeth K. Austin
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Univer sity of Vermont
"And that means you! "
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