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

 - Class of 1933

Page 13 of 160

 

East Providence High School - Crimson Yearbook (East Providence, RI) online yearbook collection, 1933 Edition, Page 13
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HREE years ago wc. the class of 19 33, entered East Providence High School. The years wc have spent here have been happy and busy ones, but now they are over: we must go on. Some of us B^s^j^s,^ will enter the world of business, others will go to college— we s ' Mi^e separated and scattered through the country, and yet we shall be together here in this Crimson and m our memories. While we were here, by our struggles with the X s and ^ s of Algebra, hy our attempts to juggle the red and black figures of bookkeeping, and by our efforts to make sense out of the writings of Caesar and the orations of Cicero, we have increased our mental ability, broadened our cultural back- ground, and added to our practical knowledge. While we have been doing these things, we have been learning m other ways. In athletics we learned the fundamentals of teamwork and sportsmanship: in dramatics, to speak our thoughts clearly, to question skillfully, and to argue cc)nvincingly. Ou musical talents we have contributed to the various musical organizations of the school, and have received in return a greater interest in, a wider knowledge of and a deeper love for music. By our activities in such organizations as the Hi-Y and the Girl Reserves we learned the joy of working for others, in the pursuit of our everyday school activities we have learned many valuable lessons— the value of friendship, the necessity for fair play, the comparative values of a smile and a frown,— these and many other priceless things have we discovered We have studied the first chapter of the great lesson of Life^ _ Now we must leave, and as we go let us say this: " We have learned. Page nine

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