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JOHN B. KENNEDY
llr. John B. Kennedy, Superintendent of Kingston Schools, plays
a very important part in the lives of every school girl and boy. For
years this ambitious man has had the job of improving school condi-
tions to fit the students' needs. Their attitudes, actions, and activities
are all included in his title as superintendent. Let us now concern our-
selves with his past attitudes, actions, and activities. llr. Kennedy
was born in Landesburg, Pennsylvania, where he attended the Spring
Township one-room schoolhouse for twelve years. There he also at-
tended four extra summer sessions. He attended such colleges as
Dickinson, Bucknell, and lfillersville State Teachers College, receiv-
ing his Ph.B. and his AAI. from Millersville and Dickinson. Before
assuming his present position, Blr. Kennedy was engaged at the
Palmyra Grammar School. He has been Superintendent of Schools,
ever since he first came to Kingston in ISHQ. As for activities, when
given the opportunity, Blr. Kennedy busies himself with hunting,
fishing, and gardening. These are the highlights of a man's life spent
trying to better ours. To John B. Kennedy, we owe many thanks.
SCHOOL BOARD-Louis Ledger. Corey Patton, A. A. Fairchild Dr X W K roytr Lundy B W right
YVillits Coleman. .-lbsmt-T. E. Lehman.
NIR. BI RTON YN. HANKPX
Burton YY. Hankey, born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, attended
Wilkes-Barre schools, Nlain Street School, and Loveland Street
School before entering Dorranceton High School. There he especially
enjoyed the subjects of history and literature. Although hc wished to
become an engineer, he later turned to teaching and now holds the
title of the Principal of Kingston Iligh School and Co-ordinator of
Furriculum and Instruction for the Kingston School District.
ltr. Hankey says of the students of Kingston High School: "The
students of Kingston High School are of excellent caliber: intelligent,
ambitious, and for the most part responsible citizens in the commun-
ity. I think the majority of our students appreciate their high school
and the effort the community is making to provide them with the
best facilities and education which it can afford."
Klr. Hankey really deserves our appreciation and admiration, and
we sincerely thank him for his untiring efforts and wish him luck and
success in the years to come.
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Miss Anita lYillian1s
lNIr. Gordon Schlier
Miss Hannah Jayne
Mr. David Jones
N11 Iohn Bennett
From enrollment i11 September, 19542, to graduation i11 June, 1957, the Guidance
Department has assisted the llll'I1llJCI'S of the class of '57, Not Olllj' l1as it helped our
class, hut all tl1c students of Kingston Iligh School as well
The guidance Department is 111ade llp of the following: Bliss Anita Xvlllllllll
Miss Katherine Cronin, Bliss Hannah Jayne, Mr. David Jones, Mr. Gordon Sf'llllCI ,
and Mr. Anthony Hoch. Ably headed by ltr. John Bennett, the Guidance Depart
ment's individual interest in each student has proven to be invaluable. By giving
us their guiding hands, its members have helped us over 1nany of the obstacles
which constantly appear.
At this time, we, the Seniors, would like to express o11r sincere gratitude to all of
the counselors of each grade, who are always ready with intelligent advice to 0111
many questions. These teachers and tl1e guidance counselors have spent much of
their ow11 time advising the students at Kingston lligh School and listening l
their varied IJl'0l'JlCll1S. Their fine relationship with the students will long he rt
From each meinber of the class of '57 comes a hearty "Thanks " to the Guid
ance Department. Ivnder its watchful eyes, the class of '57 has finally reached it
Miss Katherine fronin MF. Alltll'-PID' H0011
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