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Page 7 text:
To The Graduates
A Touch of Class - Tommy Tune and Twiggy have it in
the Broadway Musical, "My One and Only." Fred Astaire and
Ginger Rogers had it as they danced through the "30's" in the
movies. Michael jackson showed it in his sensational album
"Thriller". They make it look easy,' but behind these
performances are many long hours of study, practice and
rehearsals to perfect their craft.
You too can have that touch of class. If you realize that
now is the time for study, practice and perfecting your skills,
you will achieve that success in the future.
You can do what you want to do,' be what you want to
be, As Oscar Hammerstein said "follow every rainbow till you
End your dream. " I know you will do well and when you do
it - do it with a touch of class.
Leon B. Cohen
To the Graduates,
The theme for this year is "a touch of
Each of you in the senior class is
capable of utilizing your full capacity in
order to reach the heights of success.
However, in reaching these highest levels
of success, try to do it with Uclass, " so that
you offend or injure no one and do honor
to your achievements.
I wish all of you success and happiness
in your quest.
Martin 1. Kronenberg
To the Graduates
In an era when it is fashionable to be
"common, " it takes special effort and
willpower to rise above the crowd. Here at
Glendale junior High School there is a
pride in performing "with a touch of class. "
As you leave here to take your place
among the many we hope that pride in
yourself and the values instilled here will
help you rise to a role of distinction
whatever your vocation.
Amelia M. Schiller
K X :CQ 3
Page 6 text:
To the Seniors,
I want to extend my best wishes to you, the members of the Class of '84
Your efforts and accomplishments over the past nine years have influenced your high school plans. Academic
achievements, skills, talents and attitudes are factors which are considered in determining high school programs.
You must decide that 1984 is your year. You are taking a step into the future, There are no Orwellian predictions.
While you must make decisions about your high school life, you should also realize that there are opportunities
for change. This is what makes it so exciting.
We have encouraged you at Glendale to learn more about yourself, to become involved in school activities,
to learn to stand on your own feet and to be accountable for your actions.
The world you are entering will expect the same of you. I t will be demanding, exciting, difhcult and sometimes
perplexing. The challenges are not new. You are new to the challenges.
For most of us success is not associated with a star studded career or a life of wealth. Successes will be
quiet victories. Be secure in the knowledge that you have done your best.
Be ready to move ahead. Be open to advice. Realize that you must be as graceful in defeat as you are in
Recognize that your daily achievements are signs of success. Appreciate the good times, treasure the support
of family and good friends.
Try to understand why you experience failures and resolve to correct them.
Learn to be as gracious in giving as in receiving.
As your confidence grows, so will your willingness to accept more difficult assignments,
You will surely have a 'Touch of Classf
Congratulations - Good Luck.
Bernadette F. Boyle
Page 8 text:
The 1984 yearbook is dedicated to this year's senior class. As we have grown through the
years, each individual has developed his own unique personality. Every graduate has a special
quality: his own "Touch of Class". Some people seem to exemplify that "Touch of Class" more
than others. However, it does exist in us all. We hope this book will reflect our past experiences
and influence our actions in the years to come.
The Yearbook Staff
The Yearbook Staff
Feini Ardelean Andrea Negron
Gina Mendoza Roberta Rollo
Lucy Morreale Kerri Wichern
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