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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY
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DEDICATION We who participated in the Junior Variety Show will never r orget the long afternoon and evening rehearsals, with Mr. DeFeo always there giving advice yet somehow allowing every¬ one to suppose that it was we alone who staged the show. When we think back now, we realize that Mr. Defeo was there with us in every skit, every song, and every dance. Again, let us recall that horrid first night of decorating for the Junior Prom. Suddenly we faced the facts. All our long months of planning and sketching must be turned into reality in one short week. Our mainstay through that ordeal was Mr. Dore, the first to come and the last to leave. To remember that correctly, we must " think tall,” for Mr. Dore was usually atop the highest ladder, saying little but doing much. These are only two examples of all they did for us, the Class of 1966. We may have been brief in some of our thank you’s, but now we hope Mr. DeFeo and Mr. Dore will always remember us as we shall always remember them. Therefore, we respectfully dedicate our 1966 VINEYARDER to them. Mr. Maurice Dore Mr. Samuel DeFeo A class is what the students make it. The appraisal " good” or " bad” usually depends on scholastic and athletic achieve¬ ments, but these are not the only requirements that will make everyone say, " Yes, the Class of ’66 was a good’ class!” Other activities will certainly be taken into consideration—the dances, the food sales, the ticket-selling triumphs, the variety show, the yearbook, the senior banquet, commence¬ ment, and, of course, let us not forget the all-important jun¬ ior prom. Behind these successes, so proudly remembered by ninty- six students, there must be someone who taught, directed, and helped the class through little chores like building a ceiling for a prom or getting a chorus to sing in tune for a variety show. Such unsung heroes are usually left behind in the dim light when everything is completed, content with knowing that all was well done. The Class of ’66 has been especially fortunate in the brand of help we have had. From our earliest food sale in 1962 all the way through to preparations for graduation, two men have given unselfishly of their time and never-ending energy—Mr. Samuel DeFeo and Mr. Maurice Dore, our Class Advisors. Whatever projects we have attempted, they have been always behind us, tirelessly assisting, and guaranteeing our success. 6
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SUPERINTENDENT TO THE CLASS OF 1966: The four years of high school are many things to many people. However, the one thing which they are to all people is an opportunity. An opportunity, as an opportunity, is never a settled question. It only opens itself to a whole realm of possibilities. The efforts of your high school, then, have been directed toward making these four years a successful confrontation of the challenges to which you have been exposed. We hope that, with your experiences, we have caused you to concentrate on nourishing every aspect of emerging adulthood. We hope that we have aided in developing your intellect so that you may attain not only proficiency in a narrow field of human en¬ deavor but also in the broad field of living life well. We hope that we have provided for you not mere instruction but true education—a literal " leading out”—so that you will be compelled to lead yourselves out from mere wise thinking to the more noble task of wise living. As you leave, we expect that you will become the kind of persons who will strive to make manhood the very highest of professions. We wish for each of you success and contentment in attaining your goals. 8
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