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E. E. Fell
Mr. E. Fell, principal of East High for six years, poses in
his new office.
A Message from our Principal
America offers unlimited opportunities for achievement to
the person who is willing to work and devote himself to serving
his fellow men, who has the right ideals, character and prepara-
tion. Goals are never reached by aimless drifting. Most suc-
cessful people have plans to chart their course.
We hope East has given you some help in planning your
life and some preparation for the realization of those plans.
E. E. Fell,
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Because of his eager willingness to help us with our Ianus
illustrations, we, the graduating class of 1954, wish to dedicate
this Annual to Sal Fossaceca, the sailor-boy who's always seen
with drawing pencil and paper in hand.
While here at East High School, Sal was liked by everyone,
and was known throughout the school for his artistic ability,
cooperative spirit, and pleasing personality.
After graduating from East in 1947, Sal entered Cleveland
Institute of Art, completing his art course in 1951. He then
joined the Navy, and has served thirty-five months to date.
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Mr. Burton Honey, assistant principal, speaks from his new
A Word from our Assistant Principal
For the past twelve years you, the graduates of Iune 1954,
have been given the opportunity to develop your inherent abili-
ties to their highest capacities.
This opportunity to develop as one wishes is a guarantee
of our free society. You to be graduated, those who have gone
before you and those who will follow, hold the key to a con-
tinuing free society. Be ever mindful of your responsibilities as
a citizen of this great country that its freedoms may be preserved.
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