n't it the truth?-,
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S.C.T. at New Paltz, N.Y.S.C.T. at
Albany, N.Y.U., Columbia. Superin-
Donald J. Nelson, B.S., M.Ed.
Ithaca, St. Lawrence, Syracuse, N.Y.U.
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St. Lawrence, N.Y.S.C.T. at Albany,
Columbia. Guidance Direclor.
Mary E. O'C0nnell, A.B., M.A.
N.Y.S.C.T, at Albany, Columbia, Dean.
Walter R. Neidhart, B.S., M.Ed.
St. Lawrence, junior High Adrninirlra-
tory Director of Adult Education,
Margaret I. Byrne, A.B., M.A.
Vassar Hospital, N.Y.U. School Nurre
Gadlin Bodner, A.B.
N.Y.S.C.T. at Albany, N.Y.U. Cirizen-
Marion Brady, A.B., M.A.
Miami, Columbia, Englirh,
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Goucherg Columbia. Engliih.
Ruth Clow, A.B., B.L.S.
N.Y.S.C.T, at Albany. Librarian
Agnes Flint. B.A., M.A.
N.Y.S.C.T. at Albany, N.Y.U., Colum-
Kenneth Folster, B.S.
S.C.T. at Oswego. Induririal Arif.
Collee of New Rochelle' NYU'
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College of St. Rose, N.Y.S.C.T, at Al-
bany. Airman! Librarian.
Alice Housman, B.A.
N.Y.S.C.T. at Albany. Science
Frederick jordan, B.S.
Springfield, Col. U. Phyiical Education.
Mary Keohane, B.S., M.A. ,
St. Lawrenceg Columbia. Science.
Frank King, B.S.
Arnold. Phyrical Education.
Kenneth Knops, B.S., M.A.
Panzer, N.Y.U. Hygiene and Phyfical
Walter Lacks, B.S.
james Maloney, B.S., M.A.
S.C.T. at Brockport. junior High.
Edna Manning, B.S.
Plymouth Normal, Burdettg Columbia,
New Hampshireg N.Y.U. Buiineu.
S.C.T. at New Paltz, N.Y.S.C.T, at
Albanyg N.Y.U. junior High Engliih.
joseph Morley, B.S., M.A.
Clarksong St, Lawrence. Mathemalicf.
Ann Murtaugh, B.S.
S.C.T. at New Paltz. junior High.
Ruth Noyes, B.A.
Maineg Mexico, Bryant, Stratton, Eng-
lifh und Speech.
julia Phelan, B.S.
S.C.T. at New Paltzg N.Y.U. junior
High Ciiizenrhip Educarion,
Gloria Rand, B.A., M.A.
N.Y.S.C.T, at Albany. Engliih.
Lois Rector, A.B.
Western Michigan College. Maihemaiict.
Alice Reilley. ,B.S.
N.Y.S.C.T. at Albany. Buiinen.
Sophie Reutenauer, B.A., M.A.
N.Y.S.C.T. at Albany. French.
Weltha Robinson, B.A., M.A.
N.Y.S.C.T, at Albany, U. of Chicago.
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joan Rudman, B.A., M.A.
Michigan State College. Ari.
Margaret Schiavone, A.B.
N.Y.S.C.T, at Albany, Wisconsin, Syra-
cuse. World Hirlory.
Laura Sherman, B.S.
Bates, Boston, Sargent. Phpical Educa-
George Sorrentino, B.E., B.S. in Ed.
S.C.T. at New Paltz. junior High Eng-
john Stahlberger, B.A., M.A.
Bates, Syracuse, American Hirrory,
Robert Stearns, B.S., M.S.
julia Stevens, B.S.
S.C.T. at New Paltzg N.Y.S.C.T. at
Albany, Columbia, junior High Math-
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S.C.T. at Oswego, Columbia. Indurlrial
Marion Swan, B.A.
Middlebury, N.Y.U. luzfin.
New England Conservatory of Music,
N.Y.U., Boston. Muric.
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N.Y.S.C.T. at Albany, S.C.T. at New
Paltz, Oneonta Normal, N.Y.U. junior
William Tripp, B.S.
S.C.T, at New Paltz. junior High Sci-
ence and Malhemaiicig Driving.
Lorna Van Orden, B.S., M.A.
Russell Sage, N.Y.U. Home Economicr.
Margaret Mary Walsh, A.B.
College of Mount Saint Vincent, Ford-
lane Wilson, Mus. B.
William Wizeman, B.S.
N.Y.S.C.T, at Buffalo. lnduitrial Ari:
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enior 66,44 O icem
Seated let to nglaz Shrrley Blarr Serreizrj Marsh Nxner Prerldent Second Row Robert Russell
Treururer Rrchard Perrce l lie Prendenl
Srx years ago we were not qulte sure where we
belonged We had only a slight 1dea of hrgh school
lrfe We looked upon our teachers as thrngs and
not as human berngs upperclassmen were strange
and mythrcal people who occupred the second floor
Our first week we laborrously mapped out thls
strange new school whrch we would come to call
And lt rs ours every closet and supply room and
classroom and every square rnch of hallway space
It rs here also that we have spent our lersure our
class trme and our actlvrty time When we look
back to appraxse what Arlmgton has done for us we
realrze that we have grown up and are no longer
chrldren but young men and women
As Senxors xt IS now our turn to be em red for
we hare replaced those rclols of sux years ago As thc
years come and go rt rs our hope that each succeedrng
class will be as happy as the Class of 1953 Thus
IS our finest hour
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