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 64
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..v...-.- ' -3 Q: H. ...he JI . "'Ww.mPes... A ecxk ls ' ,Editm-131 Staff Business Board x X X , i Ric 7.1 X QBQNI- RK. gf sg. - X 1 ss I MARooN AND ITE They say a woman can't keep a secret. but the MAROON AND WHITE EDITORIAL STAFF boasts a number of feminine editors and staff members. who all did their work diligently, and at the same time managed to keep the theme of the book "mum," Of course the masculine part of the staff contributed to the "silence campaign." too. Svince the theme this year, and the whole setup of the book. including the photograph on the cover, is entirely different. it was thought that you subscribers would enjoy the annual much more if it was a kind of "surprise package." It is very probable that you may have seen any one of the workers racing about the school, trying to dig up "info" for club writeups, and you may later have seen him working furiously, in the 'crafts' room of 3l6. trying to beat a deadline. Also, during all this activity. you may have heard him mutter something to himself about "Handsl Hands! What have they got to do with the Glee Club?" ettc. This puzzling utterance. however. was doubtless clarified as you read the first few pages of the annual. and noticed that our theme was based on Hands- the ways in which they will contribute to a post-war society. You then realized that the poor unfortunate was attempting to connect the theme and his respective article. But. whether it was the tireless hands of the typists pre- paring copy. or the busy hands of our two faculty advisors, Miss Nourse and Mr. Doyle. or the active hands of the workers, your Maroon and VVhite Editorial Staff worked long hours to bring von a book despite wartime restrictions. We worked as a team, and our teamwork has provided gratifying results. FDITORIAI. STAFF Fo-Fdilors .... . . .THOMAS ZEKOV, GLORIA BURKE . .,.. . .RUTH KRONGOLD, OLIVE GOI-EEN NATALIE HASHKOWITZ, GLADYS RELKIN I ilrmry Fditnrs ltvrorrls Ifrlalors SPOVIS lf1fl'l0f5 . .IOSEPH REITANO, AUDREY FAJANS f'holmlrtlpf7y fidnlols . .NVILLIAM LANDAU. CLIFFORD HABEL 'lrl lfdlfor . . . ..... . . . . ..., CHARLES MOSCA IQUP'-'NI f:dfl0f NHELENE WINTERNITZ Arrrfftlftl . . . .DOROTHY RENAUD In politics and business. it is the man behind the finished product that is important. Unpublicized and unknown, he does his daily task, getting his only reward from his own satisfaction of perfection and a job well done. Such an organization is the MAROON AND WHITE BUSINESS BOARD. The only time you heard of it was probably when a beseeching plea for the dollar you owe or a quiet reprimand for your failure to show up at the photographers was issued. Yet. without this organization, your yearbook would fail. The business board is not a very large organization. Aside from the representatives in each home room. there is a regular staff of only five members. The duties of the staff are to keep all records of finances, and photograph appointments, handle the subscription money as it comes in from the rooms, see that the books are delivered to you at the end of the year, and then sit back complacently in the knowledge of a task well done. Through hard work and careful managing, the yearbook has not been "in the red" for several years. Any profit is set aside for the time when the cost is more than the capital. This is one of the best organized groups in the school and serves as an excellent example of what can be accomplished by members of the student body. IDENTIFICATION--fllpper Leftl Row l. G. Relkin. N. Hashkowitz, C. Mosca. T. Zekov. G. Burke. H. Wintemitz. R. Krongold, Miss Noursc: Row Z: W. Landau. L. Ruffalo. L. Andrew. D. Renaud, E. Weiss, O. Cohen: Row J: B. Hoeniger. B. Wolf. R. Greenwald, M. Bernstein, B. Kaplan. P. Dooling: Row 4: A. Goldberg. M. Victorsohn, V. Green, G. Cohan. J. Macy: Row 5: H. Cohen. M. Radin. J. Goldman, J. Drucker: Row 6: R. Briskin, R. Rosenthal. E. Chaifetz. R. Calabrese. L. Rawlston: Row 7: J. Reitano. D. Freed, R. DorE: Row B: M. Smilo, H. Herz, D. Goodkin. C. Habel. Additional Workers: M. Meyer. S. Weiser, I.. Kryske, A. Fajans. P. Small. MAROON AND WHITE BUSINESS BOARD Business Managers: MARION SEASON fFall Termj, GLORIA, SWANSON CSpring Terml Assistant Business Managers ,..... .MARILYN PRICE, NORMA GUSTAVSON Secretary .............. ................. R ENEE DENARIE Farufly Advisor ...... . ...... .... . . .lVlR. IIFRIIFRT SUNDERMANN IDENTIFICATION- fUpper Rightj Row I: N. Liccione, M. Reichgott. E. Meyer. M. Season, G. Swanson. N. Gustavson. F. Cooper, W. Burkert: Row Z: J. Bernstein. E. Goldberg. H. White, E. Amoruso. M. Pinto, B. Neuner. B. Jost, V. McNeil, H. Knafel. G. Nanna: Row 3: V. Martin. G. Long. R. Brisken, M. Moore. M. Price. M. Beacom, N. Rhodes, L. Fichtner, R. Denaricz Row 4: P. O'Toole. H. Winternitz, E. Kapnick, V. Green, D. Potthoff. D. Theal, F. Wuber. C. Hobart. M. Janniello: Row 5: F. Fowler, H. Livingston. B. Oh:-rlander, W. Rigby. W. Bennett. R. Calabrese, R. Baer. D. Clark, D. llaas. Mr. Sundermann.

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