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There's a cliché in some old films when a young man timidly approaches his girlfriend's father to ask for her hand in marriage. Typically, the father makes the stern inquiry "Just what are your prospects?" From the look on the youngster's face we know the pressure is on as he tries to describe what he has to offer and what he intends to make of it.
Few of us act out that scene, but the question of our prospects can come up often in our lives. We ask ourselves, "What does lie ahead? What can I aspire to?"
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HELEN G. HASLER
MARGARET SINGLETON DECKER
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"Thy will be done"
SHIRLEY S. FOXWORTHY
No ruminating allowed!
GRANT C. BUTLER
PAUL CORDINGLY MORGAN
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GARY JOHN JEWKES
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SANDRA LUERSSEN HOERNER
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