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JOHN F. KENNEDY 1917 _ 1963 35lh President of ibe United Stales
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omwom LIVING WITH MEMORIES Each of us has his own life to live; we must do so according to our consciences. No one can accept this task for us. It is ours, and ours alone. Everyone was given a mind when he entered this world — a world of love, hatred, joy, sorrow. A successful life is expected from each of us, but it is not so easy as it seems. Life is not a beautiful path of roses, but rather a bumpy way filled with thorns. Every human being lives his life in his own way. A day lived is a day gone forever; it can never be relived. Memories play a big role in life. What one has done will forever remain with him. No matter how a person tries to forget, memory will always be there. People should sew a pattern in life so they can live with their past. The choice is theirs; they can lead a good life and be proud, or a miserable one and be disgusted for the remainder of their life ' s span. The late president, John F. Kennedy, lived a life we should try to emulate. His was not one of bigotry and hatred; it consisted of love and friendship to all. Make the most of your life. You ' ll have to live with its memories always.
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.Jjedi icalion — to Administration and Faculty, who were our friends and confidants — who gave each of us words of counsel and en- couragement when the road was rough and the journey long. We gratefully ac- knowledge the help and inspiration you have giv- en us, and in gratitude and admiration, we ded- icate to you, our 1965 First Lady. You all will forever hold a special place in our memories. Mrs. Myldred Mesnard Business Education Departmenf Head Miss Elizabeth Rudolph Socio Studies Department tiead Mrs. Doris Parkes Industrial Trades Department Head Mrs. Morion Wells English Department Head
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