Bridgeton High School - Baconian Yearbook (Bridgeton, NJ)

 - Class of 1953

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The Bridgeton Board of Education is composed of five competent and efficient members-members who work indefatigably for the benefit of the students in the Bridgeton schools. Theirs is a time-consuming job. Among their innumerable duties is the responsi- bility of distributing funds for buildings, textbooks, salaries, and repairs, of keeping satisfactory class- room spacep of seeing that our schools have a library, auditorium, gymnasium facilities, cafeteria and guidance program available. Adequate pro- visions must also be made for essential comforts. Sanitation, heating, and proper lighting fall into this category. The standards set by the State Depart- ment of Education and the academic and professional schools to which Bridgeton High School sends its Qraduates are carefully studied by the Board. They must see that we meet these standards at the time of our Graduation. LEFT T0 RIGHT: Mr. Edward P. land H. Mulford. lulwrlnlandant: Each member is appointed by the mayor for a five-year term. Terms expire in January with the member who has had five years' service being re- appointed or replaced by a new member. The most recently appointed member is Mrs. Barbara B. Brauer. The seniors are especially grateful for the tireless efforts of the Board of Education in providing for the betterment of our school. We, the Class of l953, have benefited from the work of the Board during our four years. We wish, therefore, to express our heartfelt gratitude to Mr. Mulford and the members: Mr. Sharp, Mr. Griner, Mr. Martin, Mr. Morvay, and Mrs. Brauer. We leave this school with the assurance that your sincere in- terest in the education of the future citizens of our city of Bridgeton will continue to be evidenced in all your efforts. Bacon. :ecrstary-business manager: Mr. Alex Morvay. Mr. Row- Mr. Frunch Sharp. president: Mr. Arno! Martin, Mr. Ellsworth Grlnlr, vlceprelidcnlr Mn. Barbara Bruner. ' UQ, t ' T y ,Ln it . S' 5

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Superintendent Rowland H. Muliord As we part may I call your attention to iust a word. "Prepare" is the magic word ot lite. It is the "open sesame" to the storehouse of spiritual and material treasures. You have only begun to use tt, yet it is the very foundation of success. Diligence furnishes it power and vision gives it direction. It is related to the future and it must be a part of your every morning, noon and night. It is positive, active and optimistic and raises you above the little disappointments ot life. It will win you friends and make you the strength of those in need. When life is ended, it opens the very gates of heaven. R0-'ul-eo-in al 7tK'XAAM,yp-1 Mrs. Elizabeth Felmey ttopl Mrs. Cla-za MacPherson tbottoml



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Principal Harry C. Smalley l ln a very few years you will have for- qotten cr lot of things which you have learned here. The information qained from textbooks has been only a part of your education. The test of our success as teachers will be measured by the kind of citizens you become in the com- munity. It is my sincere wish that each one he successful in his or her life work. But you must be more than that. You cannot live unto your- self. Demands' will be made upon you for the support of and participation in civic enterprises, your church, and your community. I urge you to do your best within reason. Let service be above self. Then you can enjoy life with your friends, your family, and yourself. C, planning the sections to be successful. It is im- that success is dynamic: it one to stay. A continuous ary to remain successful. a different idea of what suc- we'1l all agree that the factors are the same. There success. lf you are prepared and skills and imbued with succeed, then chances for In order to prove whedier success on a iob, you first the opportunity. "Many a unseen." You graduates position in this respect are plentiful. The oppor- people are many and varied. use your opportunities well. you from school to school o assure yourself of future your hes! in each and every is Well done unless you in are well satisfied with lt. Z gf! f Allllldll Principal David F. Shapiro

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