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Blue and White Vice-President . . Raymond Staffer
Secretary-'Treasurer . Marvin Rood
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By Robert Horgen
State Board of Control. Superintendent.
Teachers, Classmates and Friends:
It scarcely seems necessary for me to tell you how pleased we «re to welcome you, dear friend , to those exercises tonight.
To some of you this occasion will be only an other one of our regular commencement pro prams, but to those more closely associated with us and more personally Interested in tis, it will be an hour of pride and understanding. I urn sure. Pride, in knowing that we have “fought the good fight;” and understanding, as no one else can understand, the effort we have put forth these years and the joy we feel, now that wc have completed our work here.
To us it is the proudest moment of our lives and we are glad, indeed, to have you here to share this happy occasion with us.
In one respect, this class is quite different from those of past years. The member longest enrolled as a pupil entered this school but five yean ago. During the next three years the remaining seven drifted in from various parts of fhe state. Four of us are from the Wisconsin Land o' Lukes, one hails from the ncigborhood of the state Capitol, the others come from the peaceful shores of I,ake Michigan.
Knrly this year we chose for our class colors, blue and white; the blue of truth and loyalty; the white that represents cleanness of thought and action.
Our class flower is the lily of the valley. It was our choice because, to us. it seemed to sym-
bolize awakened hope, and persistent effort.
The class motto is “Ever Onward.” During the past two years our one ambition has been to reach the pinnacle whereon we stand tonight; but now we see before us still greater heights to be attained. Some of us arc planning to continue our studies at (fiilluudet College this fall, while the rest will enter "Life's busy school” there to meet and solve oven greater problem thnn confronted us here. As a class we have never been content with half-way measures nor to pass the honors to others. This I hope may continue to be the spirit of us individually. When wc leave these “sheltering walls," may we continue to pres ever onward toward success, never satisfied with doing less than our best.
While this is u time of rejoicing for us. there is much of sadness in it, too. We are glad, indeed, that this much of our work i done, hut the thought of parting from these pleasant surroundings and from so many of our friends is not n happy one. We do not know whnt lies ahead. We anticipate only success, but whatever the Fates may have in store, we are determined to go onward into our new life bravely and unafraid.
In the words of one of our greatest poets, we would say:
"Not enjoyment, and not sorrow.
Is our destined end or way;
But to act that each tomorrow Finds us farther than todny."
The class of 1930 welcomes you!
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