Senior Year Photo Essay

From the 1969 Yearbook

Awakening

The eyes of her mind are opened and she begins to really see …  She escapes the worthless person of self …  Her discoveries delight her, sometimes surprise her …  Questioning who I am — and wondering … for …

there are others so much like me …  sharing the same choice as we delve into our own little world of make-believe …

Awareness

In every seemingly insignificant day of my life, with every steppingstone I pass, I begin to realize … my capacities …

My capabilities and sensibilities …

Of beautiful things, like music and art,
a kind of joy in sharing …
childlike camaraderie …

Academics to better prepare for leadership …
Music that lifts the heart and soul to heaven …

Yet …  Acutely aware of other people less fortunate …  So I try to help, that they may exude joy, and there, I discover how to …

 

 

Make people happy …  unearth hidden wealth in human resources and talents.

Cooperating and admiring …

and doing, with one AIM … to serve!

Experiencing the warmth and joy of togetherness when at service …  at play, and in sports …

Fortunate that I can enjoy activities suited for young people; club affairs …  group events …  and knowing fully well …

That I need God and He watches over me.  That I, in turn, must watch over others

Action

That I, in turn, must reach out and share all of the God given gifts I have so much of.