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(COL. 1, DOWN) Jane Adam, Connie Anderson, Jane Andrews, Mary Andrews . (COL. 2, DOWN) Susan Aneshansl ey , Teresa Axt, Anita Ballman, Ann Battes. (COL. 3 , DOWN) Cecilia Bayham, Sandra Beatty, Theresa Beaver, Elsie Bedell. (COL. 4, DOWN) Carol Bellmyer, Cindy Berger, Julie Biga, Bre-nda Blake. (COL. 5 , DOWN) Maria Bol e, Alice Boyer, Kathleen Bridgman, Patty Brinkman. (COL. 6, DOWN) Sharon Broughton, Mary Brown , Virginia Brown , Diane Burroughs. (COL. 7, DOWN) Elizabeth Campbell, Kathleen Campbell, Therese Carnes, Teresa Chmiel. (COL. 8, DOWN) Dorian Chioce, Connie Cleary, Deborah Clements, Barbara Colyer.

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(COL. 1, DOWN): Patricia Larger, Lorraine Laux, Claudia Lauelle, Mary Leeth, Jadell Lentz, Barbara Link. (COL. 2,): Donna Linville, Sandy Loges, Debra Loper, Elaine Luckett, Eileen Maloney. (COL. 3, ); Eugenia Mannarino, Janet Marshall, Mary Marsico, Ardelia Martin, Mary Mathes, Debra Matlock. (COL. 4,): Colette Matray, Deborah Mawrer, Michele Mayor, Sharon McCarthy, Elizabeth McHale. (COL. 5,); Dianne McLaughlin, Lora Mechenbier, Julie Merkle, Rebecca Mertzman, Lora Mescher, Barbara Meyer. (COL. 6,); Mary Michel, Cathy Miller, Stephanie Mitrisin, Denise Mobley, Shellessa Mobley . (COL. 7,): Theresa Mobley, Margaret Moeder, Lauretta Moe1l, Connie Moler, Pati Moon, Ann Moore. (COL. 8,): Carol Moosburger, Sheila Norvell, Denise Nowlin, Eileen O'Hearn, Francine Osborne.

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(COL. 1, DOWN) Gayle Stoffegen, Ellen Strukamp, Stella Szymanski, Denise Tumbusch, Debra Tomlinson, Bonnie Tobe, Vanessa Thomaston, Patricia Thomas . (COL. 2, DOWN) Desiree Thomas, Mary Thacker, Jacqueline Tann, Stephanie Tahy, Kim Upthegrove, Cynthia Vangas, Raylaine Van Wieringen. (COL . 3, DOWN) Barbara Velazquez, Paula Wagner, Theresa Wagner, Beverly Wall, Debbie Walter , Edie Wartinger, Regina Washington . (COL. 4, DOWN) Mary Weber, Mary Ann Weisner, Kathy Wendling , Elizabeth Westendorf, Joan Westendorf, Deborah Williams , Pamela Wilson (others) Mary Woeste , Margaret Zimmer, Debbie Zubrick .

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(COL. 1, DOWN) Karen Alexander, Rosemarie Bailmann, Cheryl Barwick, leslie Bellanca, Deborah Bellert . (COl. 2, DOWN) Paulette Allen, Dana Benjamin, Regina Bernard, lourdes Blanche, Alice Bochenick, Julie Boesch. (COl. 3, DOWN) lisa Axt, Illona Borges, Jo yce Boston, Cynthia Brinkman, Kathleen Brinkman . (COl. 4, DOWN) Sharon Babb, Pam Brinkman, Elaine Broering, Catherine Brohm, Bonita Brown, Rita Brown. (COL. 5, DOWN) Barbara Brun, Ann Buedel. (COl. 6, DOWN) Mary Buehrle, Barbara Bums. (COL. 7, DOWN) Mayda Caballero, Mary Carmenate . (COL. 8, DOWN) Margaret Carroll, Mary Carroll.

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(COL. 1, DOWN) Antoinette Caulfield, Krista Clary, Shirley Clements, Sheila Coley, Mary Comer, Karen Conner. (COL. 2, DOWN) Patricia Cooper, Tara Crews, Jane Crim, laura Crimmins, Nancy Cristofaro, Carol Dahm. (COL. 3, DOWN) Catherine Davies, Suzanne Detty, leah Didier, Rosem ary Dietsch, Elyse Dietz, Paula Dolinski. (COl. 4, DOWN) Jud y Dix, Debra Dorn, Mary Duffley, Janice Eifert, Diane Eldridge, Karen Elliott . (COl. 5, DOWN) Kathy Etter, Paula Fleming, Victoria Florea, Mary Fontana, Gretchen Foose, Janice Foster. (COl. 6, DOWN) Janiece Freiberger, linda Fussner, Gail Gentile, Debra Gonsoroski, Bridget Gorman, Ruth Green. (COL. 7, DOWN) Katherine Griscomb, Deborah Grogean, Paula Gustin, Mary Halbeisen, Beth Hampel, Mary Harris. (COl. 8, DOWN) Jo yce Harsha, Norma Haynes, Maureen Heaney, Sylvia Heueisen, Janice Holtzhauer, Barbara Hornocker.

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(COL. 1, DOWN) Barbara Hochwalt, Marianne Hock, Mary lou Hinkle, laura Hinkle, Diane Hinders, Jod y Hoffman. (COl. 2, DOWN) C ynthia Howell, Janice Hudgens, Elizabeth Hudson, Phylis Hurdle, Ann Is ern , Constance Jackowski. (COl. 3, DOWN) Kathleen Janicki, Winifred Johnson, Maxine Jones, Margaret Kaleie, Maribeth Kambitsch, Barbara Kaucher . (COL. 4, DOWN) Judith Kaufold , Ann Keating, Kathleen Kee ley, Teresa Keferl, Patricia Kelly, Barbara l<idd. (COl. 5, DOWN) Elaine Knapp, Deborah Knipper, Kathy Kondrotas, Barbara Kronenberger, Theresa Krainz, Joan Langen . (COL. 6, DOWN) Regin a lawless, leeniata lewis, Kathleen long, Susan long, Susan Makiewicz, C armen Malishenko. (COL. 7, DOWN) Maria Mannarino, Sue Marcheski, Susan Martin, Marita Mauch, Sue Matson, Terry McCarren . (COl. 8, DOWN) Maureen McCarthy, Nancy McDermot, Victoria McDermott, Clare Memill an, Mary Meli a, Sarah Mergler .

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(COL. 1, DOWN) Debbie Metzger, Anne Miller, Julie Miller, Antoinette Mills . (COL. 2, DOWN) Carolyn Mitchell, Nanine Mitchell, Kathleen Moler, Paula Monroe. (COL. 3, DOWN) Ann Moore, Connie Moosbrugger, Jane Neff, Janice Nevius. (COL. 4, DOWN) Norah Niernier, Mary Beth Nolan, Carol 0 '. Connell, Paula Ornler . (COL. S, DOWN) Janice Overman, Jayne Parker, Deborah Parks, Mary Jo Phillips. (COL. 6, DOWN) Veronica Phillips, Jeanne Piekutowski, Mary Jo Porter, Jana Quinuvan. (COL. 7, DOWN) Rita Quinter, Anita Raterman, Donna Reboulet, Cheryl Reichert. (COL. 8, DOWN) M ichelle Reynolds, Rhonda Rhoden, D. Roberts, Rhonda Roberts.


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(COL. 1, DOWN) Eugenia Robinette, Joyce Robinson, Ann Rodriguez. (COL. 2, DOWN) Julie Roll, Annel ga Ross, Mary Lou Ruf. (COL. 3, DOWN) Kathleen Ruschau, Amy Rutledge, Christine Saladin. (COL. 4, DOWN) Ann Saluke, Sylvia Salminin, Kathy Sell. (COL. 5, DOWN) Linda Sendelbach, Christine Schirtzinger, Marianne Schram . (COL. 6, DOWN) Ann Shearer, Martha Schwendeman, Kathy Sitzman. (COL. 7, DOWN) Michelle Skapik, Jane Skinner, Margaret Snyder. (COL. 8, DOWN) Mary Jo Sobieski, Maureen Stang, Debbie Stanley, Mary Stebrel.

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"In the fields of observation, chance f avors only the mind that is prepared. " Louis Pasteur

"Talk not of wasted affection; affection was never wasted. " Longfellow

"You can tell the character of every man when you see how he receives praise . " Seneca

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like everyone ., All glory comes from d a ring to begin . ., Anon .

., Ask, yourself whether you are happy , and you cease to be so . ., John Stuart Mill

., Hope is a waking dream." Aristotle

., Let brotherly love continue." Hebrews

., You are never fully dressed until you wear a smile . ., Anon .

., One lives but once in the world." Goethe

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"To be honest as this world goes is to be one man picked out of ten thousand . " Shakespeare

"To be strong is to be happy ." longfellow

"The noblest motive is the public good . " Virgil

"Men have sight; women insight." Hugo "To live is to function. That is all there is in living." Holmes

"This is the day which the lord has made; let us rejoice and be I glad in it." Psalm 118: 24

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"This man will go far for he believes every word h e says . " Mirabeau of Rosispurri

"Adventures are to the adventurous . II Benjamin Disraeli

"Her ways are ways of pleasantness . " Proverbs

"What the heart has once owned and had, it shall never lose. " H. W . Beecher

"We are shaped and fashioned b y what we love " Goethe

"Th e d ays that make us happy make us wise." John Masefield

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if I stay very near? I am here. 96


"Exuberance is beauty. "

"language is the dress of thought. " Samuel Johnson

"let each man exercise the art he knows. " Aristophanes

"Openness to life grants a lightning swift insight into the life situations . " Dag Hammarskjold "To live we must conquer incessantly; we must have the courage to be happy. " Fredric Amril

"life is short; live it up. " Krushchev

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"Our thought is the key which unlocks the doors of the world. " Samuel Crothers

"Wit is the only wall between us and the dark. " Mark Van Doren

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. " Albert Einsten

"We confide in our strength without boasting of it . " Thomas Jefferson

"Not by age but b y capacity is wisdom acq uired. " Plautus

"I am not a fraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. " William Allen White

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"There is strong shadow wh ere there is much li ght. " Goethe

"Beauty from order springs. " William King

"Great works are performed not b y strength but by perseverance. " Samuel Johnson

"The heart has reasons that reason does not understand . " Bossuet

"A good friend never offends. " Howe ll

"He who has a firm will molds the world to himself. " Goethe

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"The perception of beauty is a moral test. " Thoreau

"He gives twice that gives quickly. " Publilius Syrus

"Those who bring sunshine to lives of others cannot keep it from themselves . " James M. Barrie

"Those love truth best who to themselves are true, And what they dare to dream of, dare to do., " James Russell Lowell

"But I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep and miles to go before I sleep . " Frost "Minds are like parachutes. They only function when they are open. " Lord Thomas Dewar

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"Blest the man who possesses a keen intelligent mind. " Aristophanes

"Joy rises in me like a summer's morn. " S . T. Coleridge

"The absurd is the essential concept and the first truth. " Camus

'A spirit, yet a woman too! " Wordsworth

"The truth of truths is love . " Bailey

"The wave of the future is coming and there is no fighting it . " Anne Morrow Lindbergh

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"Ideas control the world . " Garfield

"Life, all-glowing," Goethe

"Mind is the partial side of man ' the heart is everything. " ' Rivarol

"Virtue is not l e ft to stand alone He who practices it will have ' neighbors. " Confucius

"No man really becomes a fool until he stops asking questions . " Stunmetz

"Variety is the soul of pleasure . " Aphra Behn

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"There needs but thinking right, and meaning well. " Pope

"The power of thought--the magic of the mind . " Byron

"What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?" Rousseau

"The earth belongs to the living, not to the dead. " Thomas Jefferson

"Every man is the .architect of his own character . " G . D. Boardman

"I'm here because I'm here because I'm here. " Anon .

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"Whatever you do, do with all your might. " Cicero

"Whatever it is, wherever he is, whatever he is doing, he smiles. " Catullus

"Pleasure and Action make the hours seem short . " Shakespeare

"Music is the only l anguage in which you cannot say a mean or sarcastic thing. " John Fiskine

"He wears the rose of youth upon him." Shakespeare

"Where the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be great. " Machiavelli

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"The value of a thought cannot be told. " Bailey

"Youth is not a time of life: it is a state of mind. " Samuel Ullman

"Depend upon it, the lovers of freedom w ill be free. " Edmund Burke

J "Everywhere in life, the true question is not what we gain, but what we do. " Carlyle

"Oh make us happ y .and you make us good. " Robert Browning

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " Proverbs

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"To strive to seek to find and not to yield. " lord Tennyson

"Belief in the existence of human beings as such is love. " Simone Weil

"I have a heart with room for every joy. " P. J. Bailey

"If you want to be happy, be." Alexei Tolstoi

"Oh, frabjous day ! Callooh! Calla y ! He claortled in his joy. " lewis Carroll

"C'est la vie. " Old French Saying

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"In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. " Camus

"Brevity is the soul of wit, cleave ever to the sunnier side of doubt. " Tenney

"I am going to seek the great perhaps . " Rabelais

"Light breaks where no sun shines; where no sea runs, the waters of the heart push in their fires. " Dylan Thomas

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"Hold faithfulness and sincerity as first principles. " Confuscius

UmmC) "Character and personal force are the only investments that are worth anything. " Walt Whitman

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"Good order is the foundation of all good things. " Burke

"Man ' s mind stretched by a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions. " Oliver Wendell Holmes

"This is the thing that I was born to do . " Samuel Daniel

"Liberty, when it begins to take root is a plant of rapid growth. " George Washington "Maturity: among other things not to hide one's strength out of fear, and, consequently, live below one's best. " Dag Hammarskjold

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"Generosity is the flower of Justice. " Hawthorne

"No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else. " Charles Dickens

"Profound sincerity is the only basis of talent as of character. " Unknown

"Let none falter who thinks he is right, and we may succeed. " Abraham Lincoln

"In the sun that is young once only, Time let me play and be golden in the merry of his means. " Dylan Thomas

"All the fame I look for in life is to have lived it quietly. " Montaigne

You can tell everyone 109


"Good to be merry and wise. " John Heywood

"It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers. " Thurber

"Nothing is worth more than this day." Goethe

"Simplicity of all things is the hardest to copy. " Steel e

"Strong reasons make strong actions . " Anon.

"Here I stand, I c annot do otherwise. " Martin Luther

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"Learning without thought is l abor lost; thought without l earning is perilous. " C onfuciu s

"Where skill and love work together expect a maste rpiece . " Anon .

"R esponsibility educates . " Phillips

"So of ch eerfulness, o r a good temper, the mor e it i s spent, the more of it relnains. '" Elnerson

"Try what you w ill, there 's nothing like life . " Anon .

"Tis good- will makes intelligence. " Emerson

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"A multitude of small delights constitute happiness. " Charles Baudilain

"He will easily be content and at peace whose conscience is pure. " Thomas A Kempis

"Promises ma y get friends, but it performance that must nurse and keep them." Felltham 1S

"The great man is he who does not lose his child's heart. " Mencius "To him whose elastic and vigorous thought keeps pace with the sun the da y is a perpetual morning . " Thoreau

"A hard beginning maketh a good ending. " John Heywood

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What we all must disguise 112


"A good heart is the sun and the moon ... for it shines bright and never changes. " Shakespeare

"Consience! Conscience ! man IS most faithful friend. " Crabbe

"Do not wish to be anything but what you are, and try to be that perfectly. " Saint Francis De Sales

"Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep. " Shakespeare

"Peace is the happy, natural state of man; war his corruption, his disgrace. " Thomson

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. " Unknown

Through your loving eyes 113


"Joy is an elation of spirit. " Seneca "Life only demands from you the strength you possess. Only one feat is possible--not to have run away. " Dag Hammarskjold

"The shortest answer is doing. " George Herbert

"No man is an island entire to itself. " John Donne

"Happy the man who could search out the cause of things. " Virgil

"The true principle of humanity is justice. " Henri Amiel

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" ... come my friends . 'Tis not too l ate to seek a newer world. " Alfred Lord Tennyson

"The virtue lies in the struggle, not in the prize. " Milnes

"Wherever man goes to dwell, his character goes with him. " African proverb

"Know thyse lf. " Cicero

"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. " James M . Barrie

"Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it . " Thomas Fuller

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"Love and do what you will. " Saint Augustine "Curiosity is one of the permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous intellect. " Samuel Johnson

"The secret of success is constancy to purpose. " Disraeli

"Attempt the end, and never stand to doubt; nothing's so hard, but search will find it out. " Herrick

"I am a man, and whatever concerns humanity is of interest to me. " Terence

"He not busy being born is busy dieing. " Bob Dylan

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"I have great work to do; I cannot cease till it be accomplished. " Anonymous

"Conle now, and let US reason together. " Isaiah 1: 18

"The shifts of Fortune test the reliability of friends. " Cicero

"It is through fraternity that liberty is saved. " Hugo

"Without love and laughter there is no joy. " Horace

"The hand that hath made you fair, hath made you good . " Shakespeare

when the day is done 117


"Hitch your wagon to a star . " Emerson

"Either I will find a way, or I will make one . " Sir Philip Sidney

"To be awake is to be alive. " Thoreau

"Reason often makes mistakes, but conscience never does . " Josh Billings

"There are a few things that never go out of style, and a femine woman is one of them. " Jobyna Ralston

"We live, not as we wish to, but as we can. " Menander

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"The longest journe y is the journey inwards of him who has chosen his destiny . " Hammarskjold

"Kindness is wisdom. " Bailey

"To laugh is proper to man. " Rabelais

"Knowledge is the only elegance. " Emerson

"This is living, not to live to oneself alone . " Menander

"I'd been happy and that I was happy still. " Camus

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"There are hundreds of languages in the world but a smile speaks all of them." Unknown

"Ah, what is more blessed than to put cares away! " Catullus

"My heart is rife with the joy of life . " Langdon Smith

~I "One man with courage makes a majority. " Andrew Jackson

"A man isn't poor if he can still laugh. " Raymond Hitchcock

"I love a broad margin in my life." Thoreau

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"Our greatest glory consists not in never falling but in rising every time we fall. " Goldsmith

"Comedy is the last refuge of the nonconformist . " Gillent Seldes

"The actuality of thou ght is life. " Aristotle

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " o. U. Test

"Generosity flowers from giving of herself. " Anon.

"A light heart lives long. " Shakespeare

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"A good l augh is sunshine in a house. " Thackeray

"Thinking is the talking of the soul with itself. " Plato

"Either I will find a way, or I will make one." Sir Philip Sidney

"There is no genius in life like the genius of energy and activity. " D. G. Mitchell "Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to a rgue freely according to conscience, above all liberties. " John Milton

"They ar e never a lon e w ho are accompanied b y noble thoughts. " Sir Philip Sidney

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"Good Humor is one of th e best articles of dress one can wear in society. " Wm. Thackeray

"The great instrument of moral good is the imagination. " Shelly

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. " Emerson

"This world belongs to the energetic. " Emerson

"Only deeds give strength to life. " Jean Paul Sichter

"All men by nature desire knowledge. " Aristotle

"Day is Done" by Peter Yarrow 123


"The right hands of fe llowship . " Gal atians

"Nothing is so popular as kindness. " Cicero

"This man will go far for he believes every word he says . " Mirabeau

"The days that make us happy, make us wise. " Mansfield

"Patience is the best remedy for every trouble. " Pl autus

"A man is the child of his works . " Cervantes

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"All grand thoughts come from the heart. " Vauvenargues

"The first of earthly blessings, independence. " Edward Gibbon

"The strongest man in the world is he who stands most alone. " Henrik Ibsen

"He is always laughing for he has an infinite deal of wit . " Shakespeare

"The art of pleasing consists of being pleased. " Wm. Hazlitt

"Talk happiness. " Orison Switt Marden

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"The heart has its reason, which reason cannot know . " Pascal

"Silence is gain to many people. " Prometheus

"To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved. " J. MacDonald

"He that has patience may compass anything . " Rabelais

"A good heart is a letter of credit. " E. G. Bul wer-Lytton

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"The humility wh i ch comes from others having faith in you. " Dag H ammarskjold

"In her t on gue is the l aw of kindness. " Proverbs

"The soul ever yearns to be doing something. " Cicero

"If a man does not keep pace w ith his companions , perhaps it is becaus e h e hears a different drummer. " Thoreau

"Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man . " Francis Bacon

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Barb Schwab Chris Schock Debbie Scherack Linda Schumann

Marigrace Platt Virginia Platt


Just as the high school years are divided into four years, and then again into four quarters, so is the 1970 Julienne yearbook. The record of each division of the year IS followed by the class traditionally supposed to be in a similar stage of development . The yearbook, as a record of one year in a school, is responsible for faithful reproduction of that year. The editors of the 1970 Julienne yearbook have utilized this policy in recording the interlacing events with individuals.

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I was tired ofpeople telling me things and then asking me howmuchI remembered. What I wanted was to look around andfind things out myself, then . .. J. B. Priestley


Julienne High School Yearbook 1970  

Julienne High School Yearbook 1970 Dayton, Ohio