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Page 8 text:
UR class is graduating at a time of great uncertainty. Not
the uncertainty of a nation unprepared, as in 1942, for
that period is fortunately past, hut the personal uncertainties
of today remain and loom large in our eyes. Generally, the
war has as yet touched us hut tightly. Although many friends,
relatives, teachers, and classmates who graduated early are in
active service, and witt he followed hy almost all the rest of
the hoys in our class after graduation this June, the tragedy
of personal loss has heen felt hy few. For those few we have
the deepest sympathy and for the many we pray for a swift
ending of the war, and a speedy return to normal life.
There was douht for a while as to whether our class should
have a yearhook, whether it was wise to spend so much for a
thing that has no value except in a sentimental way. We think
it was. In having had an almost normal high school career,
a yearbook, a traditional graduation, we have something that
can never he taken from us - a part of the life that our own
friends and relatives are Fighting for, rememhering, and tong-
ing to come home to. These normatities seem small, hut it is
the small things that make happiness -I the ordinary remem-
hrances that comfort during danger and sorrow. We hope that
classes following us wilt have the same sort of memories to
cling to when they go out to face a changing world.
in closing, we should like to express our sincere appreciation
to Mr. Cunningham, who so kindly offered his services as pho-
tographer for many pictures in this hook, and to W. R. Mac-
Intyre, of Vxfitmington, Delaware, who generously donated the
cover-cloth. Our thanks go to them, and to everyone else who
helped make this hook possihle.
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JOYCE WHITE JAMES DONNELLY
Editor DONALD YOUNG
JOHN E. WARRINER
GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL
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