The majestic strains of Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance" being played on a rented organ from the stage of the beautiful new high school floated down the school halls. The joy and happiness of the girls and boys busily stepping into their earned places in the grad uation procession were sobered only by the dignity of the blue caps and gowns to which they were feverishly giving last minute adjustment.
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