East Providence High School - Crimson Yearbook (East Providence, RI)

 - Class of 1933

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Page 10 text:

JAMES E. BATES — Principal FRANK E. PERKINS— Assisranf Principal Mathematics English Edith M. Goff Beatrice A. Smith Marjorie Hartford Helen M. Porter Alice E. Bourne Bertrand L. Shurtleff History Katherine L. Cawley Priscilla Alden Arthur Marley Clark W. Browning Sciences Ruth P. Kaplan Dolores Enos Dorothy A. Hill Otho Smith Nathan Pass Harold S. Goodwin Latin Gardiner Jameson Alice M. Waddington j cjriculture Hazel M. Gilbert Frederick H. Titchener French Alice Sundberg Marion Lunan Claire Ryan Music Hope Smith Harold R. Wiggin Spanish Drawing Elizabeth L. Gushing Clara E. Lewis Commercial Subjects ibrciriciti Mary McCauley Ida L. Wolfe Mary P. Hill Cathleen Coyne Ada M. Moore Gymnasium Walter S. MacPhee George Merewether Louise Kelley Clifford B. Good

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Tlie Message of ike PrincipaJ Titi " ilfciiiiliim ' 3l HE CLASS of 19 33, East Providence High School, entered on its senior high school work at a time when the nation was entering on one of the most difficult periods of economic re- adjustment that the world has ever known. Back in September, 19 30, when most of our members of the graduating class enrolled here, a period of spec- ulation and easy money had definitely come to an end. All of us had found it necessary to take a reef in our sails and start on a prolonged program of retrenchment. During thc:e last three years we have heard of dire distress throughout the country and have wit- nessed in our own community a great deal of sacrifice and hardship. One of the direct results of the un- employment situation has been the astoundingly large increase in the num- ber of students that have remained in high school. This year ' s graduating class in this school is over forty percent larger than the class graduated in 1932. No doubt a great many members of this class would have dropped out of school had it not been for the difficulty in finding jobs. We can not escape from the fact that a great many of our stu- dents have pursued their work under trying financial circumstances in the home. It IS to the credit of our students and to the credit of the students of the high schools throughout the country that they have taken the turn of affairs philosophically and have gone about their tasks of preparing for the pre- carious business of making a living with a high degree of optimism. It is somewhat hazardous to attempt to predict what the next few years will bring, but it seems reasonable to assume that the prosperity of the country can not be retarded indefinitely. The ad- vancement that has been made in scien- tific fields and the many technological improvements that have been achieved should, in a well organized society, re- sult m a much higher standard of living than any we have yet known. It is quite essential that the young people graduating from our schools be prepared to meet the new conditions of this changing civilization. It is rather dif- ficult to determine at times just what changes are necessary in our educational system, just what opportunities should be presented to high school pupils. One Continued on Page 1 1 3

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