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Page 14 text:
Ourfaculty--how much more fittingly, our friends. These are
the people who have come to teach us the highest of all arts--
the art of living. Yet some of us may pass from the H. I. S.
portals without ever knowing the real companionship and help
that all of the faculty members are willing and able to give.
Some of us, on the other hand, have had frequent contacts with
it. We are those who are in activities and those who are in
trouble. To know and to appreciate our teachers to the fullest
extent one must know them not only when they are in the role
of class-room instructor but also after class when the others have
left. The teacher sheds his guise of disciplinarian and reveals
his true personality as counselor and friend. Through these little
intimate associations our concept of reality and the outside world
is broadened and developed. Our teachers do this for us, know-
ing that we have been deprived of our parents who normally
would have given us such help. We salute you, our friends--our
Page 13 text:
MILTON S. HERSHEV
Chairman L Founder
BOARD OF MANAGERS
Behind the scenes of our school life stands a group of men
who do more for us than we fully realize. The Class of '41
takes pride in saluting these men who have given their un-
tiring services, Ioyally and willingly. They have understood
our wants, needs, desires, and ambitions. They have done
their best to give us as much as they could of the good things
in life. It is to them, under the ever-present and benevolent
guiding spirit of lVlr. M. S. Hershey, that we are primarily
indebted for the constant growth of educational opportunity and wholesome living
conditions so characteristic of this great school-home. IVIere words cannot express
our appreciation and thankfulness for their giving to us the high ideals by which
we are endeavoring to mold our lives. ' '
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Counsel, Hershey Industries
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Page 15 text:
September-Staff selected and ideas stimulated under the di-
rection of Messrs. Markley, Perkins, Jenemann, Mincemoyer,
and Blanken. General plan discussedg publication budget studied.
October-Class colors chosen g sport photos, party photographs,
and senior portraits taken. Themes for art work arranged.
November-Candids taken. Themes and artwork completed.
December-Winter scenes photographedg also Christmas pag-
eant candids, basketball practice photos, and sidelight material.
Final sample dummy completed.
January-All photographic material sent to engraver. All art
work for opening sections and division pages completed.
February-Dummy checked and sent to the print shop.
lVlarch-Last-minute photos taken. All copy sent to printers.
April-Proofs arrived from printer and dummy paste-up pro-
ceeded. Names checked for correct spelling.
lVlay-Final proofs corrected. Book completed and delivered.
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