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To the class of 1968 go my congratula-
tions upon the successful completion of your
high school careers, and best wishes in what-
ever you have selected for the future.
For some students your high school di-
ploma completes your formal education,
while for others it is just the beginning of
the long hard road. Your education has not
all been gained from books or from lectures,
but a great deal of it has been developed in
the form of habits, attitudes, and interests.
Thus, upon these attitudes, habits, and inter-
ests, many of your decisions will be based.
It is very important that for your own devel-
opment: educational, social, emotional, physi-
cal, and spiritual, that when you have to
make a decision, evaluate the total situation
before you make your decision.
Good luck in the future!
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1968:
It has been said that our world becomes smaller
and smaller. Modern technology proves this to us
every day. The globe can be travelled in a matter
of hours, the world of outer-space is becoming
a familiar environmentg and underwater explora-
tion presents new challenges for the mind of man.
You, the graduates of 1968, are stepping into
a world-society rent by conHict. The revolutions
and social disorders both in our own country and
throughout the world present problems whose
solutions will determine the future of our demo-
cratic society and that of all free men. Upon
graduation you will become more a part of this
world and will have a greater responsibility to
contribute to the resolutions of its problems.
H. F. Wells said after World War I that
"Human history becomes more and more a race
between education and catastrophe." These words
ring ever so true today and so well characterize
the conditions of modern day society.
It is our hope that Woodbury High School has
succeeded in preparing you, at least in part, for
this society and that, whatever you do in future
years, you will always be true to the ideals of
this great country.
John F. Shine