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To the members of the Class of 1953:
It is a pleasure for me to have this oppor-
tunity to congratulate you upon the successful
completion of your high school course.
You have grown up from childhood in a
3 period that has been marked by many changes
in our American society. Your public school
education and your home life have exposed
you to broader and more varied experiences
than those which were offered to earlier gen-
erations of American youth.
In spite of these rapid changes, however,
there is one very important factor in our way
of life which has not changed. I refer to the
relationship between our rights and our re-
sponsibilities as citizens in a democracy.
Your teachers have worked tirelessly to help you to develop a proper understanding
of this relationship. This test of how effectively they taught and how effectively you
learned will come in the way you live as adult citizens. I urge you as you leave East
Hampton High School to dedicate yourselves to the idea that you will be ever mindful
of the blessings of your democratic heritage and that you will always participate in
and support those programs which will improve your community, your state, and your
I offer you a final word of advice-do not wait for succes -Tsee-k it!
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X 1' EARL HITCHCOCK, JR.-Chairman
LeROY SMITH-Secretary THEODORE AMENTA RALPH ADI-ER
ANN CROTHERS MAX KAY LEON VOISIN
GEORGE BODEN AARON SEGAL JOSEPH B. DOHERTY”