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Page 9 text:
Front Row, lefl lo right: Richard Peirce. Miss Byrne, Miss Rand, Marsh Niner. Second Row:
Shirley Blair, Paul Karl, Donna Holmes. Joyce Diehl, Richard Jacquemard, Patricia Campion.
Editor ......... .... A . Marsh Niner
Auirlant Editor ....... Paul Karl
Secretary ..... . . . Shirley Blair
Donna Holmes, Chairman Buiineii-
Carol Corney Evelyn Martin Patricia Campion and Joyce Diehl, Co-Chairmen
Thomas Griffin Alexander Rodgers Marguerite Brower William Kelly
Sara Keenan Bafbafii Sh00k John Clearwater Mary Ann Plechinger
Ann Landolfa Eleanor Wigsten Nancy Conklin Richard Redl
Marilyn Ghee Jeannette Schaller
Gloria Ann Haight Patricia Schroeder
PfJ0f0g"f1Pf7y Jean Haight Katherine Seeberger
Richard Jacquemard, Chairman Ellen Hakanson Joan Sherow
Mary Ann Cross Robert Russell Eileen Haiiand Steve S0105
Robert Estes John Scriber Mary Wickman
Benjamin Frazier George Waterman
Preiident ........... ........ M r. John Rinaldi, 138 No. Grand Avenue
P 3 -X4 Firrt Vice-Prerident ........ Mr. Walter R. Neidhardt, Mountain View Road
' ' ' Second Vice-Prerident .... .... M iss Marian Regis Fratz, 75 Davis Avenue
Third Vice-Preridenl ..... Mrs. Erwin Coons, Vassar View Road
U! icerii Recording Secretary ...... . .. . Mrs. Ralph Dennis, 113 Innis Avenue
Correrponding Secretary .... Mrs. Edna G. Manning, Red Oaks Mill
Trenrurer .............. .. Mr. Ralph Clearwater, 8 Fairmont Avenue
Page 8 text:
ALL THE WORLD rs before us, vse stand sure
and eager curxous and adventuresome darrng and
Centurles ago Wrlllam Shakespeare wrote
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T0 fbe lay! ryllable 0 rerofded rzme
Today after generatnons haxe used these lmes
as a theme for therr phrlosophy of lrfe we seek to
add them to our futures We hope each new day
mll brrng forth more success and satrsfactron than
the preuous one Our tomorrows must show evr
dence of progress rn attltude character and abrlrty
rf vue want to fulfill our ultrmate asprratrons We
would not be wrong to assume that our educatlonal
preparatron thus far has been an elaborate dress
rehearsal mth the rnrtral performance shortly awarted
As we approach graduatron these realrstrc words
should assure us that the efforts of our parents our
teachers, and our frrends have not been rn vam
The curtam IS about to use but before xt does
we pause to present our ANCHORS and to rekrndle
our most cherrshed memornes memorres of com
panronshlp formed and the msprratlons recerved
through the years from our happmess sorrow humor
and responsrbllntres But even rn thus retrospectron
howeser we are antrcrpatmg the lack of routme
restramt and regulation little realnzrng that ALL
THE WORLD rmposes these same three rs ID
ewery socatron We do knovu rt will take patxence
perscxerance and perhaps dxscouragcment nexerthe
less we are determmed that the Class of 1953 wrll
be well represented on the frontiers of democracy
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Page 10 text:
From Raw, left io fight: Mrs. Robinson, Serremryg Mr.
Storm, Superirzzendenlg Miss Blair, Secretary,
The world of tomorrow will be more exciting,
more important, and more challenging than any
other we have known. Anyone may play as full a
part in it as his capacities, his ambition, and his
energy will permit. However, the term of life is
limited, and each one should, if he is to get the most
out of life in terms of happiness and accomplishment,
make up a plan for himself as early as possible.
Regardless of what position in life a man may
hold, he can get ahead if he has the requisite ability
and determination. No man need be stopped by
external circumstances if he appraises his own
abilities, establishes a purpose early in life, and
drives ahead to realize his aim.
Each one of us must contribute his share towards
meeting the world's needs as well as his own. An
idle world would quickly fall to pieces. Only as we
accept our share of the responsibilities can we hold
up our heads in a world of men. We Cannot fully
enjoy even our recreation unless we have earned
it through work.
We trust the years you have spent at Arlington
High School have been happy ones-years that can be
re-lived in your memories with much resultant pleas-
ure. We hope that as a result of your work here
you are well prepared to achieve in life the goals
you have set for accomplishment. Above all, we
hope you will have a good plan for life, and that
you will fulfill your obligations in order that the
world will be better because you have lived in it.
Good luck to you-alwayf,
HAROLD C. STORM
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