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Write -ups J
Photography Thomas Hitchcock
Advertisements Beverly Pfau
Business Manager Alyce Murray ,
Administration 7 Seniors
Faculty 8 gl 9 History
Locale 10 Who's Who
Student Government 11 Senior High
Page 9 text:
To the memory of Elaine Kay - our beloved classmate
When the final curtain has been drawn,
There is sadness.
We will remember, but should not weep
For beyond the curtain, the show has oniy begun.
Page 11 text:
As each year rolls around, it becomes our pleasant duty to write a message
to the senior class. Each year we write with the same feeling of sadness
that in a very few months another group of students will leave us to seek
their future education and fortune elsewhere. For the past twelve years
you have been associated with the public schools of East Hampton. Your
education in that time has been what you have made it and we hope that each
of you leaves us with a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment. It is with
Wu' W mixed emotions that we bid you all farewell and good luck in your future ven-
' tures, Everett A. McDonald, Jr.
Superintendent of Schools, Principal
B. S. Fitchburg State Teacher's
College, University of Michigan, Yale
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Around the table from left to right: Leroy Smith, Sec'yg'Ralph Adler, Aaron Segal,
Everett A. McDonald, Suptg E. C. Hitchcock, Jr., Chairman, Mrs. Mabel Hughesg'
Max Kay, Theodore Amentag Paul I-Iallberg Knot in photographl.
My dear friends,
The theme of the 1951 Qrglgthe drama, recalls to our minds the bard's A
famous quotation, "All the world' s a stage, and all the men and women
merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one ma
in his time plays many parts." That quotation, in part, explains our
role in life. Add to that your religious belief, your education, and
your vocation in life, and play each of these parts to the utmost of
your ability, then, when you make your last curtain call, your audi-
ence can say, "Well done, oh good and faithful servant."
Andrew D. V. Ferrigno, Vice Principal
B.A. St. .T0hn's University
M. A. University of Connecticut
Pennsylvania State Teacher's College
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