West Orange High School - Ranger Yearbook (West Orange, NJ)

 - Class of 1942

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Page 30 text:

2 Q Mr. pl. Cnllinson C ol. H. Barry fum. Irwin r tc t N r Niurray Xir Rine art r 1 nr Q, r XX is H rs Quinn THE SHIPWRIGHTS Course of Study and Training Buildings and Grounds Herbert Barry Clifford O'Neill Nlrs. Chester Guinn Xvilliam L. Nlurray Henry Mecke Superiors, Principals, Teachers ea th, Physical Ii l., Ath etics finance, Contracts, and Supplies The school system is like a ship with the Board of Education at its head as ship's masters. Through our twelve years of training we have alyvays felt the skillful, reliable hand of the Board at the helm. It is this board of five that must keep our ship, the school system, always prepared to meer the challenge of time, which tends always to make obsolete anything which does not advance with it. It is the Board of Education that alfa A selects our faculty, provides for the erection and maintenance of our schools, and sets the standards of our education. As the years of our voyage have slipped past, their task has become more difficultg new de- mands have been made upon them and new problems presented, all re- quiring not only training, but also an unerring judgment and complete understanding of the situations as they have arisen. XX'e believe that the Board of Education has all these qualitiesg and, therefore, we leave our ship in their hands to be berthed safely at the end of her trip.

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,IESSE I. TAYLOR Born in Galena, Maryland, December 5, 1900. At- tended the public schools of Kent County, Maryland, and the Wesley' Collegiate Institute, Dover, Delaware, from which he was graduated in june, 1919. In June 1923, he was graduated from Wfesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. From September, 1923, to june, 1926, he was teacher of mathematics and coach of athletics at the high school, Islip, New York. From September, 1926, to June, 1938, he served as teacher of chemistry in the West Orange I-Iigh School and since September, 1938, as vice-principal. I-Ie studied Courses in School Administration at Teachers' College, Columbia University, from which he holds the MA. degree. I-Ie is a member of Beta Theta Pi, a national fraternity. His sympathetic and wise counsel is a constant bulwark for all those who seek it. Q' + -Q'



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,ff M f , x w5'fif,,.-361975 MISS GOULD MISS HESLIN MISS DANIELS MISS GOULD THE BRIDGE FORCE Of all the rooms in the high school building, none is so familiar as the oflice, that little room to the left of the main entrance. To some, it is a place to secure excuses for absences, tardiness, and dismissal, for others it is a place to be avoided, if possible, for it is here that we are sent for such trivial crimes as being late to class, cutting a class, or taking a one day's vacation when the other students apparently know noth- ing of the holiday. NVQ also go to this famous room for all kinds of questions to which Miss Heslin and Miss Daniels patiently give us the answers. They take messages from Ma who wants us to wear our rubbers, they type our application blanks, they probe our alibies and determine whether or not we shall be sent to Mr. Reimherr or Mr. Taylor. To these two patient, hard-working individuals We owe many thanks. Q I .wg E MR. REIMHERR MISS HESLIN

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