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

 - Class of 1944

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A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 57
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MARSHALS Wheii a bewildered spohomore girl accident- ally walked into Room 214 she wondered at the all-male assembly. She very soon realized. however, that she had. invaded the headquarters of the BOYS' MARSHAL FORCE, She was very much amaied to learn that the apparent state of confusion here was actually deceiving. lior this room, under the supervision of Miss Brown and Miss Paclou. was one of the busiest and most capable in the school: it was the cen- ter of the thousand and one duties and services of the boy marshals. Their activities were efficiently carried out during this past year under Seymour Solomon and William White, who served as head marshals. Included in the line of the mashal's duty is the collection of attendance cards, the distribut- ing of stamps and bonds, and the maintenance of order in the lunchrooms. halls, and locker . rooms. He also takes pilrl in much volunteer gg: work, in school and out. 5. A boy in Room 'SIB would undoubtedly ex- perience the same feeling of bewilderment as the unfortunate sophomore girl who stumbled into Room ZI4: for H3 is the only all-girl Home- room in the school. and is also the center of activities of the GIRLS' MARSHAL FORCE. Under the supervision of Miss Lewis they per- form duties similar to those of the boy marshals: moreover, they efiiciently carry out their many services. This past year. with Ruth Hovey as head marshal and lillen Bennett and Joyce Muenzen serving as deputy marshals. the girl marshals capably fulfilled their assignments. They kept order in assemblies, performed library and lunch- room duty. and aided in checking lockers. Aside from their assigned duties. the girl marshals also render helpful services to teachers and students. Y l GIRL MARSIIALS flopi Row I. J, Childs. IZ, XVi-iss. J Murnzen. R. Iiovcy. If. llennctl. Il. I".llmerick. fl. Turner: Row Z: M. Isler. I. Cirifien. J, Karen. Il. XX'internitZ. Ki. Trager. S. Nel kin: Row 3: S. Cohen. li. Relkin, S. Arcinoff. BUY MARSIIALS tllidtlleb Row I: A. Yiffer, D. Ilolingcr, R. Mendrlsolin U. Paganuzvi, B. Marcus, II, Ilaas, II. Saruvcr. K. lfischer. M. Veeder. R. Cohen, Ii. Rosenberg, A. I"etrick. li, XVines3 Row Z: R, Sands. H. lieu. ll, Lowentheil, J Meister. A. Avallone, I'. Iillsworth. Rf. Ilabel. R. Bors. .L f'allahan, N. Nappi, J. Rritano, M. Sniilo. M. Joxolo- wit1, Row 3: Miss Brown, G. Astor. L. Feldman. M, leffler. S. Solomon. L. Kryske. S. Tedesco, I.. Jonas, C. Iicknor. XV. NVhite. M. Stltin. M, Ilollak. R. Levine R. Zahrlli, Miss Padon: Row 4: XV. l'irlli. NV, Yiltel. J. Lampros. R, Black. R. McKean. R. Bennett, 'l'. Zekov. R. latl. I3. Iiriedlaniler, NV. Sniytli, ID. Iireetl, lf. Jacobs. ' R, Dorff. Always Lending A Helping Hand New-comers to Davis always receive a hearty welcome fron: the "big sisters" of the Hilltop. who are known as the HOMI2 ROOM ADVISORS. Membership in this group is determined by Miss Lewis. who selects from each home room one girl who pos- sesses the necessary qualifications to serve. The Davis "big sisters" give freely ol their time and effort to work for the best high school possible. This group, which has no officers because its members are all on an equal basis. is considered an official representative of the office. lhe girls. during the year, serve on various committees designed to promote a friendlier atmosphere in the school. Bi-annually they give a dinner for girls who are new to the school. The amiable "big sisters" are always on the job. and have been very successful in helping Davis girls overcome many problems. llOMli ROOM ADVISORS fliottoml Row l: ll, Rabinowitz. XV. Sturtevant, A. Ievine, l'. Iimniel. I.. Sheldon A, Jetler, B, Kasnetz, D. Buckley. Ii, Hussey. M. Beacom: Row Z: D. Seaman: N. lwicker. M. lice. R. Grecto, S. Bates, IE. Bailis. M. Tremonte, Ii. Beniamin, B. Klausner, B. Syrkin, Miss Lewis, R. Colin, A, Liccione, I.. Bobrowp Row 3: J. Marshall, E. Bennett. S, Archibald. Il. Bennett, IS. Alperin. A. Morano, S. Mer- Bl ritt, N, Rlioades, M. Miller, l. Donovan. M. Gntekunst, J. Leopold, P. Smith, fi

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