A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY)

 - Class of 1939

Page 122 of 150

 

A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 122
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M. BROUT CHOSEN BOARD PRESIDENT Miss Muriel BrouT was chosen as The new presidenT oT The Board oT EclucaTion aT The annual meeTing lasT nighT. Miss BrouT, a graduaTe oT The Sub Normal School and maThemaTics Teacher aT Davis I-ligh accepTed The posiiTon. GuesT speaker aT The meeTing was ProTessor John SchulTz OT Po- dunk UniversiTy whose subiecT was "The ParenT1 I-lis NaTure and l-lis Needs". ATTer a resoluTion To inTroduce in Congress a bill proposing a longer lunch period Tor The sTu- denT, The meeTing broke up. The nexT meeTing, The new presidenT disclosed, will TeaTure "The Mc- Clellans", comedy Team and SaT- chel-Puss Eason, corneTisT. "l mean To puT life inTo These programs", Miss BrouT explained. "My campaign includes The com- pleTe modernizaTion oT The presenT educaTional sysTem." VAN KIRK HOME SCENE OF TEA The home OT Miss Marcia Van Kirk was The scene oT a Tea yesTer- day Tor The meeTing OT The Board OT The Bide-a-Wee Abode Tor Bees Inc. Miss Van Kirk presided wiTh her usual calm aTTer reTresh- menTs had been served in The Deep Purple room oT her spacious mansion aT 808 EasT 195 ST. In a simple gown oT yellow saTin re- lieved wiTh Touches oT green and blue brocaded ruTTles, The hosT in- Troduced The chairman, Miss Ann MorgensTern, Cornell '49. Miss MorgensTern ouTlined The plans Tor a giganTic beneTiT perTorm- ance Tor disgrunTled bees To be held aT The I-lippadrone. PerTormers aT socieTy's biggesT evenT OT The year will be, virTuoso Ada FarringTon who will render The Tamous .violin selecTion, "The Bee". Also conTribuTing To This greaT cause will be Dr. William Liccione who will discuss "The I-labiTs and CusToms oT The Aus- Tralian Wasp". HEAR AND THEIR wiTh Molly KickabouTer The crowd aT New York's popu- lar Flamingo Club lasT nighT was an especially gay one. Mrs. Rugby FiTzgerald, The Tormer PaT Mar- shall l-lollingrad Fairchild McAn- drews, occupied her regular Table near The orchesTra. Included in her parTy were playboy Carey Wells, iusT back Trom Flushing, and BeTTy RoberTs Romero looking Tragile and exoTic in black velveT lshe has been wearing ThaT sombre hue since her laTe polo-playing husband broke his neck aT WesT- porTl . . . Gerry LundT Walker dashed in in sables and a per- TecTly devasTaTing chapeau . . . Among The dancers were The Bob Adamses, she in Molyneux's newesT creaTion . . . sipping a coke aT The milk bar was Lady l-lendi- courb, The Tormer Daphne STones, wiTh Prince Serge Jahnke . . . Wag MaTTy Rosenschein held courT aT his Table, chaTTing wiTh surrealisT designer Jean I-lirsch, in a cellophane haT . . . Peggy Dig- gins, The movie glamour-girl dash- ed in wiTh Bob "Barrymore" Nord- hausen, aTTer her personal appear- ance aT The RockymounT 'IheaTre . . . she Took Time To inTorm your reporTer ThaT she is simply swamp- ed wiTh 'Travail', "don'T you know? . . . In The CacTus Lounge, hangouT Tor The liTerary seT: BeTTisha Gips, Chris Meyer and Giulio D'Angio discussing Mary MarTin's laTesT book oT very Tree verse, "Skin In My Cocoa" . . . AT The same Table: ColumnisT Broemel, iusT back Trom an exclusive grouse hunT in FlaTbush, looking TeTching in his TiTTed "pink" hunTing iackeT . . . CriTic Jean Baer dashing in To reporT ThaT Bill Nielson in "Cherchez La Femme" is "Too, Too divine!" . .. Bramwell Lieber, alone aT his own Table, relaxing . . . his one man exhibiT oT eTch- ings will open Tomorrow aT The RoTary Club. Add: Margery Squire sails To day on The King Maxy Tor her posT as Toreign correspondeni on The "Daily Blurb" . . . OIISO M. SEEGER WINS SWEEPS PRIZE Amid The liverwursT and garlic oT a small delicaTessen sTore on BaThgaTe Avenue siTs Melvin See- ger, Today, on a pickle barrel, wiTh a check Tor Fp500,000.74 in his hand. Grand winner oT The Irish S.weepsTakes, Mr. Seeger and his joyous Tamily posed Tor Their picTures and Told your reporTer how iT Teels To have so much money. "IT feels as Though your TooT's asleep", said Mr. Seeger. Asked whaT led him To place his beT on "PreTzel", The winning horse, he replied ThaT The name broughT a wave OT nosTaglia over him as he was slicing! cheese one day. OTher winners visiTed by your reporTer were RuTh Barsky and Marcia Freeman, one Time news- paper ediTors, who now live in a rooming house on FourTeenTh STreeT. The Two, amid a IiTTer OT pasTe poTs and scissors saT near- sighTedly gazing aT The check Tor fB234,567. "Our business," Miss Barsky ex- plained, "ls clipping Typographical errors Trom The Daily BulleTin GazeTTe. Now we'll be able To geT some new pasTe". "And scissors", screamed Miss Freeman, clipping a hardware ad Trom lasT year's Sears, Roebuck CaTalogue. Your reporTer Tledl Mr. Leon Feigen, champ checker player and anoTher winner, had iusT blown up his privaTe lab and was in no condiTion To be inTer- viewed. R. MOLLER HONO RED RoberT "BuTch" Moller, l-lale '43, is receiving much acclaim Tor his coaching oT The Narmy Team which beaT P. U. aT The Soup Bowl This year. One OT The Tamous Moller broThers, "BuTch" will vacaTion wiTh his sisTer, Sue Moller, aT her rooming house in Passaic, New Jersey. NexT season he will again coach The Narmy Team. Mr. Mol- ler expecTs such men as sopho- more Milan Lillis To carry on Tor Narmy during The TorThcoming TooTball season.

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