Another year, another class
The end is near
We'll soon be passed.
June's really coming, and we'll
A lot of parties, gifts by the
We want to thank you
It will be lonely, when you're
Picture these grand old seniors,
Say 20 yrs [years] or more
We won't be so ambitious as
we were these last four.
Not making money -- that's very
It ain't so funny -- what's there to do?
Let us advise you -- the
world has guys, too
Start making whoopee!
We won't be seeing you in all the
old familiar places,
That these hearts of ours embrace
for four years through.
In the old cafe, the den across
the way, on the tennis courts,
Medaille Hall, assembly time.
We'll be missing you in all the
things we use to do.
In everything that's bright and gay
We'll always think of you that way.
We'll think about the tings we've
The fun we shared with you.
We'll be looking through the years
And we'll be seeing you.
Mary Jane Krekeler (Schutzius) class of 1952.
Alumni, Commencement, Graduation