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I . N composed of men and Women Who are devoted to the
cause of free, public schools, has rendered, during the
term just finished, an invaluable service to our com-
munity and us. For their services, rendered so gra-
ciously and in such full measure, We
Mrs. Iames, who has just completed her first year
as a Board member, has succeeded admirably in keep,
ing before the minds of her colleagues, the feminine
and important point of view.
Our special thanlis go to Mr. liirliman, who has
just finished his first term of oflice. for his diligent
application of thought and action to many problems
presented for his consideration during the past three
years. He has been re-elected for a second term.
VVhile the patrons of our schools have carefully
selected the members of the Board for their diversi-
fied experience. native intelligence, and interest in pub-
lic education, their deliberations could in no wise have
never cease to be grateful.
been nearly so fruitful of logical conclusions were it
not for the guiding hand of President Charles VV.
Pease. He has rendered yeoman service to the cause
of education in our community. For this, our appre-
ciation and thanks.
Mrs. Edward Helwig, former president of the Larch-
mornt-Mamaroneck P. T. A. Council, was, this spring,
elected to fill the vacancy created by the expiration of
Mr. Pease' second term of office.
Mr. Brady, Mr. Iobson, Mr. Nelson-each has
contributed generously of his time and talents to the
end that our schools may continue to serve the youth
of our community to the very best advantage. To
these gentlemen, our thanks.
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JIV. .1IIfr'1't E, Tufilf. Assistant fo fllf' SIl1H'Villf!'lI1lf'Ilf of Sr-Imnls.
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S the men of 1849 dug in the hills of the West for nug-
gets of gold, so, we Seniors at Mamaroneck High
K School have dug into the books furnished us at the
"Hilltop" for nuggets of learning.
We "staked out our claim" three years ago. During the interim, we
have grown passing rich in the accumulation of a modest store of precious
It has been a difficult, withal a pleasant experience. Some of our number
fell by the wayside to be devoured by the vultures of indolence and misfortune.
Many times we were tempted to quit only to be encouraged to continue
by a prospector more experienced than we in the person of a teacher who
pointed out a vein of ore Hecked with golden opportunity, that we could pur-
sue with profit. p
This book is the story of the Hnal phase of our struggles, our triumphs,
our disappointments and our successes.
We look forward now, to new riches of learning and living.
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ti r Superintendent of f'iiclciools,
'f Mr. T. Iames Ahern, and his secretary, Miss May Hell-
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Mr. Ahern, who is just completing his seventh year
as our Superintendent, has established himself as one
of the foremost educators in the Metropolitan Area.
As a member of the Westchester Secondary Prin-
cipals' Association, president of the Metropolitan
School Study Council, and presently chairman-elect
of the Westchester County Council of Superintendents,
Wig, Work diligently in the interests of our school system.
This has resulted in a dynamic, forward-looking pro-
gram, based upon a sound philosophy of Education.
it is evident that his activity in the cause of education
in this locality is effective.
His implimentation of our school board's policies
has been definitely a major factor in our schools'
progressive program. His pleasant personality and
thoughtful consideration have endeared him to all
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