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. . . . . . . AND VICE PRINCIPALS
To the Class of 1960:
Due to the advancement in the
many technological fields of our indus-
trial world it is predicted that the next
ten years will be known as the "Golden
Your future is aimed directly at
this decade. You now have the funda-
mental tools of learning. You live in a
community where your future develop-
ment is unlimited. You have been aimed
toward the future. I feel confident that
you can achieve success in your future
home, job and community.
Best wishes for success and happi-
ness in the future.
William W. Renshaw
Our thanks to Mr. Renshaw for planning our
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Whenever you are faced with a dif-
ficulty, look for the opportunity in it,
instead of being frightened by the task
of overcoming it.
Preparation is the key which helps
open the door to opportunity. Whether
you plan to go into industry, business,
or on to higher education, you will, no
doubt, pause to reflect upon how well you
have prepared yourself for the future.
Thoreau once said, "Only that day
dawns to which we are awake." His
meaning has been clear to most of you,
for your days at Mastbaum have had
this goal in view.
May you, the graduating class of
1960, be ever alert to make the most of
Edmund H. Thomson
Special thanks to Mr. Thomson for his guidance
throughout our high school years.
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WE LOCK FORW RD WITH
A good friend, past, present, and future, Mr. Patterson.
While perusing a yearbook publica-
tion of an eastern college I noticed their
theme was "There is a past which is gone
forever, but there is a future which is
still our own." The complete theme in
my mind is subject to critical inspection.
With our theme, "Mastbaum aims for
the future," we are able to look forward,
fortified by the experience in the past
which we have acquired here at our be-
loved school. I cannot concede that the
past is gone forever, especially Where our
Alma Mater is concerned. The things you
have done, and the associations you have
made while here will be etched on your
Your teachers have strived to give
you two areas of experience, the first of
which is trade competency so that you
may be self-supportingg and the second,
to prepare you to assume the responsi-
bilities of adult citizenship in our
When former graduates return, we,
the faculty, are proud to see that our
efforts have borne good fruit. We shall
be proud of you, too, when you return.
D. Finley Patterson
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C0 ORDI ATORS
The coordinators are divided
into two groups Mrs Berber, Mr.
Rudder, Mr Barr, and Mr Spector
are the trade coordinators, Mrs. Hille
and Mr Butler are the collateral sub-
Ject coordinators One of the chief
duties of the trade coordinators is
to visit industry and keep the cur-
MR IRWIN SPECTOR
Co ordmator of Electric
and Mechanical Drawinz.
A i MR. WILBERT H. RUDDER
MRS. ANNA W. BIEBER
Co-ordinator of Commer-
cial and Home Economics.
MR. RANDOLPH R. BARR
Co-ordinator of Auto Me-
chanics, Wood Shop, Tex-
tiles, and Music.
in vocational schools up to
date, in line with modern industrial
processes and consistent throughout
the various grades The trade co-
ordinators also attempt to place the
students in Jobs which commensurate
with their ab1l1ty
The coordinators of collateral
subjects are responsible for seeing
that the courses of study for aca-
demic subJects maintain the stand-
ards that are required for success in
business and industry.
The coordinators are alwavs
ready to offer their advice and their
help whenever it is asked of them by
Shops, Commercial Art,
Co-ordinator of Commer-
cial and Machine Shop.
Sponsor: Student Council.
MRS. CATHERINE M. HILLE
Co-ordinator of English
and Social Studies.
MR. EDWARD M. BUTLER
Co-ordinator of Mathema-
tics and Science.
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