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

 - Class of 1946

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A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 19
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION HOME ECONOMICS MEDICAL, ART Rofw I: Miss Redmond, Miss Sherman, Mrs. Morgan, Miss Nourse, Rofw 2: Mr. Oswald, Mr. Doyle, Mr. Palom- bella, Mr. Dodds Their work is taken for granted -- few realize that Miss Redmond arrives here in the early hours of the morn- ing in order to prepare the day's food. The sturdy, healthy- looking students of Davis attest to the success of her prep- arations. Miss Sherman molds the wives of tomorrow from the fair Davis maidens of today. She instructs the girls in dress- making, cooking and other feminine tasks that will be ex- pected of them in future years. The excellence oft her in- struction was shown by the fashion show she directed. This show, praised by all, demonstrated her ability to handle large quantities of clothing and girls fsixty of themj efliciently. Our new addition to the physical ed. staff, Mr. Palom- bella, has proven his worth to all. He learned the ropes quickly - in fact he added a few of his own that had the classes sweating - and possibly swearing! He and Mr. Qswald certainly did their job of keeping Davis boys in good physical condition. The cross country, track, and swimming teams were also under their watchful eyes, in addition to baseball and basketball. It is true that Grant captured Lee at Appomatox, that the Linnaeus system of naming plants, animals, and diseases is still in use, and that moist air is a poor conductor, but were it not for the efforts of our history and science teachers, we would remain ignorant of the two subjects that affect our lives so greatly. The world about us is deeply enveloped in situations that have been the result of these subjects. We are fortunate to have teachers who possess the patience, understanding, kindliness and firmness to guide us in com- prehending them. Our teachers consider their tasks as an opportunity to aid us in such a way that our future may be better for their ex- pert aid. They prepare students to become valuable members of society. This is illustrated by Mrs. Addis' work in organ- izing the "Our Town Club," with the purpose of keeping us informed about city government. Mrs. Hiller's sponsorship of the History Club has proved invaluable to those interested in world affairs. Our science teachers have been guiding factors in a diHi- cult subject which is life itself. Yet, they have ushered us through many phases and have inspired some to pursue the study of science as life work. At some time in our lives We students, either secretly or out- wardly, sincerely thank our in- structors for their work as edu- cators and humanitarians. We would like to thank them now. BUSINESS Row I: Miss Watson, Miss Luc- chese, Miss Creekpaum, Miss Chase, Miss Monaco, Row 2: Mr. Sunder- mann, Mrs. Kroner, Miss Williams, Miss Cowlin, Mrs. Stanitis, Mr.

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