Louise S McGehee School - Spectator Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

 - Class of 1942

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THE SPQECTATGR Vol. 26 IUNE, 1942 No. Z STAFF Editors-in-Chief Dot Berea Nancy Nunez Business Manager. .s.ssss .s,..sss4 Donna Demarest Assistant Editor ,.iii.ii ..i,...,i.iii.iiiai. A nn Iohnston Assistant Editor ....,,i,.i..ii.iii..iii.. .iii. E -i.Mary McNeil Hopkins Assistant Business Manager i,,ii..,i iss..i.is..i,.oi,ss I ackie LeBoi Assistant Business Manager ....,,., ,..iss.. G ladys Malcolrnson Art Editor ii...s....i,.,i, . ,....ii r.ii i...,,.. C a therine Burns Assistant Art Editor sii,isi... ,..,iis.. B everly George Assistant Art Editor ..i.i,i.,i ,...,v...o M artha Helm School News. ,,.iii,..i,.. ..,oii..i K athleen Smith Circulation Manager ....,i..ii,........ ii...,...i I ane Alsobrook Assistant Circulation Manager ......,. ....i,i...,i, I o Rogers Ioke Editor ..,i,..,... .... .,....... P a tsy Wogan Exchange ,...i.ii ....t....ii B etsy I-lezlett

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Dedication With Love and Sincere Appreciation The Staff Dediccrtes This Issue to MISS ELISE MCC-REI-IEE



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THE SPECTATOR Five EllIT0llIAL A good-bye is one of the rnost difficult tasks in the world. One feels so much, cmd one is singularly inarticulate. It is impossible to expose the depths of one's emotions with words. But who wants to? It is only the seniors who are sentimental, who realize that graduation is not as happy an occasion as one is led to believe. A freshman, sophomore, or even junior would never be able to com- prehend the reluctance of a senior to leave the school, to leave Cicero, and freshmen with no respect for their elders. But, when the time comes to leave, one learns how much McGehee's, the teachers, the girls, and the tradition mean to one. It is hard to say good-bye. There are only the same words which have been uttered countless times before by countless Seniors. But I think the school appreciates these words, and you, who are under- graduates, will remember and understand them when you too get ready to wear the pink dresses of graduation. Ed. '42 At last the time has come which we knew was inevitable, although l'm sure we all expected some catastrophe that would prevent it. It's hard to say goodbye to a class so outstanding, a class that has left some- thing really valuable to the school, and whose departure means that we have only one more year at McGehee's. It's hard to say good-bye to a class whose student-body officers represented us so well in Washington. You know, those girls have lifted our ideals higher, too. A' It's not the Senior steps, or Senior study hall, or any of the Senior privileges that we consider our most important gift from the Seniors, but their great loyalty and love for our school. It's not until you're really close to the Senior class that you realize how great is the job to be done, how well the present Seniors are doing it, and then wonder if your class will succeed as well. Well! Goodbye class of '42. You've left a great deal for us to live up to, and I just hope that we may fill our responsibilities half as well. THE IUNIORS And so we're graduating. The Seniors begin to look with eagerness toward the end of school, and with a little sadness too. There are three Seniors that are graduating this year 'that look toward the end of school with more than a little sadness. They've given to McGel'1ee's all that a student possibly can. They've received from McGehee's all that they've given, and a great deal more than they can

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