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Soon high school days will be a memory. New fields, new friends replace the old but will not fill their places. We all met as strangers, we part as friends. Relocation gave us friends we never would have known. Be worthy of them. We will meet in unexpected times and places. The talk will be of Rohwor, the high school, the homeroom. I shall remember your kindness, your joyful chatter that gave me a lift for the day. At Siloam Springs, Arkansas, the inch string always will be out for our friends from Rohwor. Land in your helicopter and spend the week-end with us. 

David L. Cook 

[[image - drawing of a boy catching a fish in a small stream. A sign lettered Homeroom 12-A-3]]
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