James Madison High School - Log Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1952

Page 13 of 136


James Madison High School - Log Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 13
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As we turn the pages of our script and the years begin to unfold before us, the images of our past experiences are magnified in a lucid pool of life. NVQ! are amateurs preparing for our lirst leading roles. VVe have spent many years rehearsing lor our debuts and now the moment ol' greatness is upon us. All ol Nladison is a stage and all the students players. as they malce their exits and entrances from the constant present to the unlcnown future. VVe have learned our parts so that we may be able to lace our audience more coura- geously. We have triedl l Thus, there is no darlcness, no ignorance in our production. Some actors are horn with lmowledge: some achieve it, and some have this knowledge thrust upon them. For some this has been a comedy of errors: for others merely a stepping stone into deeper fields of education. We must realize and he aware that, if we have done well in the past. we can also do well in the future. lor wisdom is acquired with experience. As the dramatist pens his picture with words, so does the teacher prepare us for another phase in this drama ol' lille. Throughout the years we have toiled and spun, and now through our directors' efforts, we are one step closer to our goal. As student players we are filled with an urgent sense of having to carry out our teachers' and parents' hopes lor us. As actors upon a stage of lite we feel it is our humhle duty to enact our parts in a fitting and gracious manner. xVll00Vl'f acquires lcnowledge and fails to use it, must eventually suffer and shall he forever hanished from this stage. Knowledge is our strength and we must hudget it wisely. for only as lar as a candle glows shall its he-am he cast. As the curtain lalls and our production draws to a close. we leave you with this parting thought ...mralce pains. lie perfect- L. JOAN PUSAR HILDA C. COHEN Iwith an assist hy Willie Shakespeare! DEDIUATIUN

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