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O the Parent-Teacher Association of Garden City, the Senior Class wishes to extend its
most sincere gratitude for its cooperation and support.
This outstanding organization of allied faculty and parents has contributed each year to
the scholastic development of the student body by the
awarding of a most serviceable scholarship. The funds
for this scholarship were obtained through various activi-
ties, the most prominent of these being the annual P.-TA.
This year's play, the 'tWhirligig of l938", was a come
plete success and a singular example of how students
with friendly cooperation can render such gratifying enf
tertainment. The theme of "Whirligig" was an ocean cruise
around the world with stop-offs in many lands and char-
acteristic scenes of the life in each country. The talents of
our Garden City thespian crop were spread before the
public once more, and playgoers were treated to an ex-
ceptional performance. lt seems highly unnecessary to
comment on the opinion of our students toward this an-
nual review, when their fine spirit of enthusiasm and co-
operation, shown in producing the play, speaks for itself.
lt would be impossible to itemize accurately the varied
and many contributions of this association to our school.
Taken as a whole, their work forms an indispensable part
MRS- GEORGE 5 LADD of the rapid advance of education in Garden City.
OR four years this school has had the good fortune to
have an organization that has helped immeasurably
to bring athletics from an incidental to a standard place
in the school's activities. The Mens Association is entirely
voluntary, and so it is that we take room here to thank
them for what they have done for us.
Started in l934, it has grown from just a handful of
fathers to a large and exceedingly helpful organization.
With the guidance of men like Mr. Gallagher the club
should, and we hope it will, grow in size and performance
The club has not only given us athletic equipment and
accessories for our numerous sports, but it has started the
pleasant tradition of a soccer-football banquet with the
respective teams as guests. This year it was, as before, a
rousing success. Altogether, one hundred and fifty boys '
and their fathers were entertained with prominent speak- MR J WALTER GAL'-AGHER
ers and a sumptuous meal, devoured amid the tunes of
many lusty songs.
The group is constantly helping us in ways that are invaluable to us. The members are
always using their influence to help us gain financial support for our athletics. The Men's
Association has helped to see that we progress physically as well as mentally, and we all sin-
cerely thank them for their help.
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MR 1O:4tJC fYCjlJLBOi,il"il
To the Class ot lQ38:
l sincerely congratulate you on the sucf
cesstul completion ot your high-school
career. Six years ago it was my privilege
to welcome you as a seventh-grade group
-a group which has contributed much to
the growth and development ot our school
and especially to the establishment ot its
traditions and ideals. These worthwhile
contributions are gratefully acknowledged
and l appreciate more than l can express the most triendly cooperation and the
constructively helptul attitude displayed by you during these years,
Naturally, the chiet pride ot any high school is the group ot young men and
women it graduates. Personally, l am proud ot your scholastic accomplish-
ments, your development ot character, your extracurricular activities, and your
loyalty to the school. But these things do not stop with graduation. To its mem-
bers, each class has a vivid continuous existence which no other class can
have. So the Class ot l938, in college and in life, must continue giving its best
to carry on the traditions and ideals ot our school.
l shall always cherish your tine triendships and strong loyalties and l assure
you ot my continued interest in your ettorts to succeed, always standing ready
to help you in every possible way: but may l urge that you take through lite
with you these thoughts:
l would be true, lor there are those who trust nie,
l would be pure, tor there are those who care,
l would be strong, tor there is much to suffer,
l would be brave, tor there is much to dare.
l would be friend ot alle -'the toe, the triendless,
l would be giving, and forget the gitt,
l would be humble, tor l know my weaknessi
l would look up fand laugh, and love, and lilt.
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