Union Endicott High School - Thesaurus Yearbook (Endicott, NY)

 - Class of 1955

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DR. WILLIAM J. KRUM, JR. Superintendent of Schools Hamilton College, A.B. Columbia University, M.A. Columbia University, Ed.D. The 1955 U-E Drama of School opened in September 1952. The actors, 382 strong, start- ed their production with the required con- stants, their chosen major and an elective. Many of their lines were accompanied by music and sports. During the second act of 1953-1954, many became leaders in the student council, in the school clubs, in assemblies, in athletics and in scholastic attainment. The climax, the third act-credits earned, hopes being fulfilled, plans for continued edu- cation, obtaining gainful employment, service for country and active citizenship-culminates the season at graduation. May this production aid the Seniors of 1955 to make wise choices and to live well. MARY L. PITKIN MR. DEWITT WOODARD Associate Principal St. Lawrence University, B.A. New York State College for Teachers at Albany, M.A. The Drama of School Life fWith apologies to Shakespearel All the school's a stage, and the young men and women are daily players. They have their entrances, and one student in his time plays many parts. First the sophomores, lost in a giant build- ing with its maze of rooms and corridors, creep unsteadily about. Then the juniors come upon the scene, full of strange new wisdom, happy as they work and as they play. Then the seniors play their parts-students, athletes, musicians, artists, artisans, Romeos and Juliets. Sophisticated, looking to the fu- ture, living in the present, the men and women of tomorrow. So ends this short eventful drama, and the curtain falls to rise upon another stage. WM. J. KRUM, JR. MISS MARY L. PlTKlN Principal New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. Columbia University Students in a High School may well be lik- ened to characters in a drama. Each has his part to play. But there is a difference. Char- acters in a drama are chosen by a director. But students in a High School are free to choose the parts they will play not only while they are students but in the years following school. Therefore, you should choose wisely the part you are to play. You may elect to play the part of the braggart or the show-off. This leads to disappointment and failure. Or you may elect to play the part of the honest and industrious citizen. This leads to a life of satisfaction and IOY- Yes, school is like a drama. But it is a real life drama and therefore highly important. DEWITT S. WOODARD Page Six

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For cult "The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future.-Plato Page Five No drama can be a success without the director and his guidance in the funda- mentals of the theater. As we make our exits from the vast stage, we know that our success on other stages will be deter- mined by the most patient directors of all-the faculty.



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MR. ROBERT D. AGONE New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B., M.A. Guidance Department, Boys' Coun- selor FACULTY MISS ALENE ALDERSON New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. University of Michigan, M.A. English Department ,0"N 'EP' J ra. L QMR. PAUL C. BRADT New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo, B.S. Syracuse University, M.S. Director of Adult Education and '- Guidance Department MRS. MYRA D. CARMAN New York State Teachers College Cortland Latin and English Departments Ei., .W . MR. CLARENCE J. BECKER New York State College for Teachers at Bufialo Industrial Arts Department MRS. MILDRED A. CALLAHAN New York University, B.S. University of New Hampshire Music Department MRS. ANNE M. BROWN Page Seven MR. CLARENCE BERRY New York State Teachers College Potsdam Driver Training and Education BT I C New York State Teachers College at Cortland, B.S. Girls' Physical Education Department Adviser for Senior Leaders' Club MR. EUGENE M. CAMADELLA St. Bonaventure University, B. A. English Department Adviser to Cheerleaders Co-Adviser for Senior Section of Yearbook MR. HAROLD V. COBB University of Maine, A.B. Physical Education Supervisor for the Endicott Public Schools Head coach of football and baseball

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