Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS DCdlCatl0R Board of Editors Faculty Student COUHQII Honor Soclety Honor SOCICIY Notes Orchestra Orchestra Board of Educatlon Glrl Scouts Boy Scouts Edxtonals Speaking Contests Grrls Basketball Boys Basketball Boys Basketball Mmstrel Cartoons Entertainments umor and Semor Chorus Kindergarten Flrst Grade Second Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Slxth Grade Sxxth Grade Gazette Seventh Grade Seventh Grade Notes E1 hth Grade Enghth Grade Notes Freshman A Freshman B Sophomores umors Seniors SCDIOIS Senlors SCUIOYS Student Councrl Notes Senxor Play Washington Trip Pictures What Would Happen Student Leaders Alumni Rich Blts Advertlsements 48 71 Autographs . . - -, F 4 ' F--X - F F - I ' 1' L '- - L -' - ' -- .. 2 . A M. E' I - V 4 - - - F 3 S ' -- - A - - -A ,- A - - 4 ' V 4 -Q - -Q -4 K, -' - S . F p ,F - - V 4 1- I - 6 .. Y ' ..-. 8 . A- ' ---, 'Y T F V , P F 9 - ' 7 f--- , ---- I0 ' . . -i V - F 'N - . 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' A. B.. Albany State I ' ' V v . . . 4 I 9.29 ARIISLEI IN Grade Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Freshmen A Sophomore junior Senior STUDENT COUNCIL First Term Gladys Canning Ruth Lawrence Lawrence Agnano ane Edmunds William Richardson Dominick DeNardo Ray Neary Dominick Santore Vito Barbieri OFFICERS President Vito Barbieri I Second Term Gladys Canning Ruth Lawrence Lawrence Agnano ane Edmunds Grace Woodruff Dominick DeNardo Ray Neary Anthony Santore Vito Barbieri Secretary Helen Berthelson Treasurer George Munclc Ex officio Mr Arthur W Silllman l l i Pho in lug' XYl1iti- Studio J J Freshmen B Olive Perdreaux Olive Perdreaux Adviser, Mr. Charles W. 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I b ,. , l U 1 S .. .1 I --- " ' - N HONOR SOCIETY XOTES lhe Honor SOClCtV of the Ardsley H1 h School was organlzed rn Sep tember 1923 It started wlth a membershlp of twenty sur each of whom had earned an honor medal the preuous year and has grown tor seven years now haunt., a total of 99 The requlrelnents xn C eneral haye been as follows Nme months of perfect attendance me months of hr h scholarshlp PTOFXCICDCX ID athletics SCTXICC to the school Xt the hrst V773 meetln an exfcutl e comrnrttec wa elected c omposed ot lTlI1ClPEil Slll1I'Il'lH Mxss Buell the Socrety Adxlser bthel Zotz presldent Ruth 'Nlathews secretary lllzabeth Oakes lrea urer and 1 member from the hfth fourth thrrd and second years DOITlDlCk bantore 'Way Berthelson Rob ert Berthelson lVl1llard 'Vlldonlclc and all the srxth year members The execu tlye commlttee held xts meetrngs Ill the Llbrary One of their most Important actlons was the purchase of slly er whrch may be used by any organlzatlon ln the school ln case of need lhe Flfth Annual Banquet of th llonor DOClCty was held on anuary l 9 1979 Oy er one hundred people lI1f'lL1C1lDL, the fuests of honor Mr W Q1 beely the faculty and representatly es from the schools of llistlngs lrvmgton Dobbs Ferry and Crreenburgh were present -Xs usuxl th: banquet was pre pared by the Hlgh School members of the Honor Soclety with the ard of Nllss Buell The old 3L1Cl1t0YlUYU was effectlx ely decorated ln blue and C old A comlcal xnltxatlon of the hrst year members took place during the eye mng Another one also toolt place wlth a solemn and lmpresslwe ceremony Xvhen the lrghts went out the xllummated word Honor and a tall gold candle revealed the f'-lfbt year members lined up wlth the Amerlcan and school flags IH their lead The flrst person was IN en the school flag and the person opposite took the burden from hum When thls had been completed each member was gn en a small candle ln turn they walked up to the l929 candle and lighted the small one ldOldlI12 the candle the candldates gave the Honor bocxety Code As a member of the -Xrdsley Hrgh School Honor Socxety l pledge my self to do all ln my power to ald my school rn Attendance Scholarshrp Servrce Conduct 3 Welcoming Strangers The cllman-. of the ey enxng was the surprise presentatlon of torches to lwr Srlllman and Mr Seely 'Vlay Berthelson ll lf! ff! ,l Ifl1.'l,lp'l'.Al,X' I . 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' 9 4- : , THE ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Mr Nicholas Koenlg Director Lxlllan Walker Richard Bullock Bessie Robert Ellery Kamke eanne ulmby Mllburn Fountaln ohn Lmdauer ohn Grandolfl Clalre Swanston Charles Cudney ames Nlantello Nlcky Petrolo Augustus Reynolds William C-oehren ames Abrams Thomas Nloccla Ronald Townsend Faluch Perlllo Nuzlanto Leo Donald Vredenburgh Charles uxmby Mr Horend John Zotz Ruth Mathews Christopher Chadwick Helen Berthelson PIaDlSt First Vlolm Fxrst Vnolnn FlfSt Vlolln Flrst Vlolln Flrst Violin Second Vlolm Second Vxolm Second Vlolln Second Vlolln Second Vlolm Second Vlolln Saxophone Saxophone Cornet Cornet Cornet French Horn Cornet Clarinet Clarinet Cello Bass Vlol Saxophone Bass Vlol Cymbals Snare Drum Bass Drum ORCHESTRA NOTES The year l928 29 has shown marked rmproyement and progress lh the School Orchestra whrch IS now composed of twenty five members Lnder the careful lnstructron of 'Vlessrs Koenig and Reuther we haye added bass xrol and cello players to our organnatron On December 22 the orchestra rn one body attended a Phrlharmonlc Concert ln Carneszle Hall lxe n obserx atlon on the part of the members led to rmproy ement rn playxng before the publrc December I7 marked the annual concert gryen by the orchestra The unlor Chorus consrstmg of about hfty members contrrbuted seyeral selec tlons vshrch were enthusrastrcally recen ed The Schubert Trlo entertained the audience for a trme with many beautlful preces composed by some of the oldest masters The present ofhcers of the Orchestra are Presrdent Ellery Kamke Secretary Helen Berthelson Treasurer Ronald Townsend ln February the orchestra went to lrymgton Hugh School 'where they en tertalnecl the members of the H1 h School Department The orchestra rs now playrng the marches for H S assembhes on Mon day and Thursday of each week as well as for Honor Assemblres Orchestra practices are held on Wednesday and Friday from I2 00 to I2 45 Regents credrts are given to students who have been members of the orchestra for a perrod of at least two years All recruits are welcome BOARD OF EDUCATION We wrsh to extend our thanks to the follovnng members of the Board of Educatxon who haye done so much for us durmg the past year Presldent Clerk Treasurer Counsel 'Vlrs Ruthj Slocum Trustee 'Vlr Asher Edelman Trustee Mrs M T Croehren Mr W C Lawrence Mr C J Muller Mr -I A Wickham Mr W S 'Nlewkxrk Trustee Mr T Eaton Trustee s In ffl .4 If ns 1. 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' . .T .I . ,- 1999 1RDSLl IAN TROOP l ARDSLEY Patrol l Patrol ll Helen Berthelson Patrol Leader Edrth Morse Patrol Leader Ruth Coggms Corporal ane Edmunds Corporal Vrolet Guden Dorothy Groth Myrtle Travxs eanne ulmby Ruth Lawrence Elizabeth Keane lna Robertson Helen Morse Helen Lazmsk Vrrgmla julllerat Romalne Warren Patrol lll Patrol IV May Berthelson Patrol Leader Ruth Mathews Patrol Leader Elizabeth Secor Corporal Kathryn Jewell Corporal Dorothy Canavotto Claire Swanston C-race Woodruff Vlvxan Hexdrrck Alice Woodruff Ednth Waldemar Don Addyman Helen Praetonus Martha Ceraghty Margaret Macwhnrter Florence Stymus Captam Mrs Helen M Slllxman Fxrst Lieutenant Mass Flmor C Buell The Girl Scouts gave their Annual Father and Mother Dinner on Novem ber the tenth rn the lunchroom Under the supervrsron of Helen Berthelson the supper was cooked and served by the Scouts to their parents at sux o clock After dmner the parents enjoyed a little play whrch was put on by the Scouts Miss Lewis ofhcral Scout Leader of Westchester County congratulated our Troop because rt had doubled rts enrollment ln one year Dorothy Canavotto .. . 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' llgf TROOP 3 Mr Blaise Recca Scoutmaster Ronald Townsend George Ranerl Christopher Chadwick Lawrence Chadwick Christian Frischmann Macgregar Kilpatrick Norman Townsend Harold Greenberg Robert Wingate Anthony Mannuccia Donald McPhee Douglas Boh ' William Lawrence Robert Mathews Paul Waddell , Mi lburn Fountain Stanley Travis Richard Barr William Goehren Wesley Brown Richard Bullock Edwin Storms ohn Zotz Gilbert McConnell Edgar Bell LeRoy Fountain Oscar Nelson Robert Walker ames Macwhirter John Grandolfi Allan McCartney N Editorials SERVIC h lnhere is no one quality in my mind th it has embodied itself in the ideal of the pupils of this school more than that of true seryice rendered for the general good of all without thought of personal recompense other than per haps the satisfaction of accomplishment Work has been made enjoyable by the common intimacy of team work Picking and shoveling becomes a recreation and muscle builder besides a means of clearing away obstacles for a ley el playground Floors have been waxed and small duties which might take much of a teacher s time if she had to do them all have been willingly undertaken by pupils There are few schools in which there exists such a feeling of intimacy and comradeship between teachers and pupils It has led to the students keen desire to learn for the surroundings around them are congenial and they feel that they may help make the co of this institution of learning run smoothly by making some small task his own The statement of our principal lVlr A W Silliman in one of his talks in chapel If you have some job to do around the school and are ashamed to do it fearing that It might appear too memal or embarassing ask me to have before U5 to LIYYC U5 on ln OUI' CI1dCaW OTS With this spirit of doing things for others pervadmg in our school it being molded unconsciously into the characters of many of us And it is this spirit that is needed so much in the world today as men and women who are truly great are those who are willing to serye humanity unselhshly WHAT A H S MEANS TO OLR COMMUNITY A school that represents true sportsmanship loyalty scholarship and all the higher ideals of the perfect school A school that is more than willing to earn its needs A school which will ba k all the projects of its teachers pupils and the smallest organization of the community Seven years ago a noble man came to Ardsley to work with the pupils here so that they might mean a good deal to their community An Honor Society was established which held the interest of the pupils from its birth to this day One of the unwritten laws of the society is the Colden Rule the law which has attracted the attention of many neighboring residents Honor and respect for others has come from the great law and it has mafle the pu pils of Ardsley High stand out in the mmds of our people as those who can be trusted to stand by the truth To the residents of our community Ardsley High is the home of honest clean cut upright boys and girls alvw ays ready to lend a helping hand always ready to do their best lffffl .llfIl.'l,l'.'l'.lX 11 help you do it,:' shows how wonderful a spirit of willingness and service we s g A A v . . . w . . . 9 . 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V ' ' 7 ' f J ,N LOCAI SPI: AKIING CONTEST The hrst local speakmg contest the wxnners of whlch were to represent our school ln the Crreenburgh League lnterscholastlc Speaklng Contest was held nn the Ardsley Hrgh School audxtorlum Wednesday ey emng March I3 at elght o clock A small tax of ten cents was asked from each per on to buy prlzes for the wmners of the contest The people were greatly ama7ed at the ablllty of the speakers and they were proud of the students for therr ambxtlon and work ln preparlng thexr se lectxons Ex en the Judges were overcome wlth surprlse so that they dld not know who should get the first prlze Howeyer Mary Moccla and lsldore Verch won first prlzes five dollar gold pieces The second prlze went t ames Trans and Ruth Mathews whnle Wesley Brown and Louxse SlCllldI'lO were awarded thrrd Everyone enjoy ed the speaking contest and thought that Ardsley Hlgh School has somethm to be proud of for they are workmg up a reputatlon IH publlc speaking Thrs year s lnterscholastrc PYIZE Speaklng Contest was held ln the audl torlum ofthe lrvmgton Hlgh School on Friday April 76 1929 Each contestant gave his or her recltatlon wlthout any announcement They were for the most part prose Mary Moccla our representative for the glrls was third to speak She had the entlre attentxon of her audlence dur mg her excellent rendltron of The Whnte Hands of Telham Thus mter estlng and excxtxng selectxon was one of the best on the program and Mary deserves much prarse for her hard work ln preparmg xt so well lsldore Verch was slxth on the program He used Patrlck Henry s Address before the VlYglDla Convention and hrs dellvery of lt mnght have equalled even that of Patrlck Henry himself The audience enyoyed xt yery greatly as was showr by thelr generous applause The repertoire of the orchestra was not greatly taxed at the end of the contest because the Judges arrlyed at a speedy declsxon Their yote was unammous for ooth Arndrew Verdln of Dobbs Ferry who had given Eulogy of Lmcoln a md Ruth Kllne of Creenburgh who had recnted The Famme an extract from Hlawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The Judges gaxe SPCCIBI commendatlon and honorable mentlon to lsldore Verch 'Vlary and lsldore deserves much praxse for the splendid preparation of thelr selections We must not forget Mlss Buell elther for she gave many hours of her time to coach them I2 1 9 .. .I A I I I I, If Y --I X T . . 3. 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T ' ' o CREENBURGH LEAGUE SPEAKING CONTEST " INII GIRLS BASKETBALL NOTES Another season has closed ln ex ery gam played the girls showed thelr school sprrxt to an outstandlng degree Although our gurls drd not brm home the cup thls year they deserve a great deal of credxt for the hard fight which they put up partlcularly towards the end of the season Mlss Wlllou hby and Mr Brown the Coaches trarned the glrls so that they are continually lmprovrng rn technlque They are now m fairly good condrtron and better prepared to face the next baslcetb ll season because of this year s experlence The followlng are members of the team Elizabeth Oakes Captam Louise Slcllrano Guard Anna Delmerlco Forward Conchetta DeRosa Forward Beatrice Bell Guard Mary Moccna Guard Mary McConnell Guard Frreda Welch Forward Ruth Mathews Forward Bessre Robertson Guard Lrllran Walker Manager Helen Berthelson As t Manager Llllran Walker deserw es much credrt for the way ln whrch she handled the busmess affairs of the team and encouraged the gurls when defeat seemed to prevail 1.1- 9 -1 Rl .' , z' YA .V I3 I I -H ' ' I'I1ur-I I-y Xlfhite Studio - . . 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V . 3 1 . . - ' . v . . . . a A S . e A HLETICSSN The Bovs Varsity team of A H S for the year of l928 l979 was composed of some veterans of precedm years as well as new players thl year and they fought gallantly for the Greenburgh Cup The team was coached by C W Horend assisted by Qaptaln D Santore Although the team was somewhat handxcappecl by losmg some of last year s players they were fortunate rn havlng strlvmg energetxc substltutes to take thelr place They drd not come out on too but played a ood Sportsman llke game from begmnm to end Xrdsley won the Sportsmanshlp cup for the least number of per onal fouls made durm the entlre Lea u Basketball season Baseball Votes At the present tlme the baseball season has barely opened But there haxe been many workouts up at Vvoodland under Mr Horend s capable dl rectlon The hrst game of the season was play ed against Greenburgh and our team mamtamed a lead from the be mnnn Domxmck Dexlardo again as sumes the rlght to the Pitcher s Box with an alert team to back him up Many of the old veteran team are back at their old posts and the places of those 'vacated by those who haye left school or raduated haye been taken by others Captaxn Domrmck Santore Mana er Edwm Bruce Asst Edwm Braem Coach C W Horend It 1929 .llfll-Vl,lfl'.lX e as lr- N 1 Q-1 f I D lN'7g .it .g , t s BOYS' BASKETBALL NOTES , v v 1.9.39 .I If II .S I, In l gl A lv r- 4 1 I6 .VIP .ga Ardsley A H S Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ard ley Ard ley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ard ley VS VS BOYS BASKETBALL Roosevelt A H S Alumm Katonah Hastmgs Dobbs Ferry lrvlngton Commerce Ardsley Alumm Greenburg lrvmgton Whrrlwrnds Dobbs Ferry Harrnson Creenbur Commerce lrvmgton Ardsley Ardsley Katonah Ardsley Ardsley lrvmgton Yonkers Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Dobbs Ferry Harnson Greenburg Ardsley Ardsley Score I8 25 28 48 is SI If El Q S : : - - r'N I V., I I ' I - -A'-U . 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' ,l , I , I I ' I I I I f 'K MINJSTREL SHOW The Flfth Annual Mxnstrel Show f -X d l H h S h l o r sey lg c oo presented on Frrclay evenmg November I6 was the greatest success to date both ln at tendance and proflt About SIX hundred people crowded mto the new audi torlum to forget thexr cares and worrles to laugh untll buttons fell off from the stram and to start homewards after the closing chorus wxth a remmlscent smile llngermg about thelr countenances The proflts amountlng to two hun d d re and slxty dollars were splnt between the Boys Basketball Team and the Student Council The program opened wrth the meutable chorus by the entire company Aft th l er e lnter ocutor and the end men had exchanged jokes for several mm utes Mr Walter Edelman favored the audxence with Sonny Boy and an encore Messrs Nlcholas Koenig and Edward Arm gave a vlolxn duet Old Man Sunshme and were agaln called to the stage Millard Mxdonlck ave g the dramatxc selectxon The Soul of the Vrolln The army number by the II en lre company and by Calrsthemcs and Kitchen POIICC was greatly a P preclated especlally by those who had remembered the strrrmg days of the World Wa Oth f r er eatures of the program were a beauty contest a solo Come on Black Boy by Clare Bohlxg a solo Travel On b Ra h ID y p ae e TCTIIZZI and an attempt of the mterlocutor Vito Barbieri to sung a solo After the closing chorus the audlence left the audltornum humming Parlee vous and expresslng the wish that A H S have a mmstrel show again wery soon The mmstrel owes much of nts success to the hard work of Miss Wnl l hb oug y who acted as plamst and the coaches, Messrs Horend and Sllllman Helen Coddmgton MEMORIES F AHS QW I eff xqww 90 X 'I' l F YKIVHI SQ vc. Ib X ,FN L ? gg was 4 5 !fWfZ fff X l align! nd ALEX MUSSA wr-:ILE WORKING FOR PI NYC DETECINE AGENCY W 5 VXLLPIQ1 ix, wr-IBN we ADVERTISE THE ENIOR PLFNY 'IH QQLILQINL, Tram If SLEY 7 pyumenvg I ARD Q HQQOLATERIP R MCLPHEE HD I E? lH1f9v5mn Li 3 1 H I Q smfv- EDDIE QI,fw+ON 4 ' NMS Qtgfn: MAQQIE ": QAULQ I LQNGMLIR fafllhll W 'L'-'ft HW IL Wim LM? In COLLECIIFVYE I FRANK THE DI? vom. sg 3 M, Femmes PAUL 5v1.eS X P NAD Q' 'f WU' A SOPH IN '91 0Ne Ns nazi V WERE COLLEQIATE HC COLO M 5 31 99-OL ALUMNI HALL of- FAME 0 , rd I- If ' Q J2""4! xy? X . I E 'F iv' -gi Ie. 'F I I 'II if Q NN 0 I J -I I X blfoi ffxgfm Q f ' JL' I J '- ' f , ' I I l E 1 I III, I ML IIIHIII f ' .4 - l'I'I'I'I' I 1 X , 7 79 Q ,,- 1. JIU' I QQ-fa-If I 1 'x ' . li, 6 - , E . f U QF IN X - ' QF 58 P 2' I i filq 4 'T AND I Q2 -ig IN LIQLID AIR DEMONSTRATION A Ilquld alr demonstration was sponsored by the Physlcs class Ex eryone was amazed by the power of Ilquld alr Imafflne bolllnv the water for tea when company came on the Ice ln vour refrx erator and makmg a solxd ham mer out of mercury' Well IVIr I'II1ott ames drd both of these thlnvs and many more amazrn ones I-IOPI INDIAINb In the latter part of -5-.pr1I Ardsley was xnyaded by members of the Hopl Arizona Indlan trlhc accompanied by thelr interpreter hdythe Sterllng BIII :nf slev The members of the companv 1 aye th lr vwenrd ceremonxal dances I-hey were fasclnatmg as they seemed to follow out the SPITIK for which the dance was gxven Among the most awe mspxrmv were the Snake and Buffalo dances Xt each dxfferent dance they chanved lnto umque costumes sugvestlng the characters they were trylng to Interpret They sang their raclal songs and enacted a legend III thelr own tongue Xfter the performance they sold yarlous crafts that they themselves or mem bers of their tribe had made POLISH SPEARER The school was very much Interested ln the tales told by a Pollsh tray eler and student one afternoon ln March He gave personal remembrances of Poland during the World War and then explamed the present geographlcal and poI1tcaI standmg ot Poland He praised the work done nn Poland by the Umted States and President Hooy er durlng and after the war Many bug and small boys clustered around hum and asked hlm hrs name but although he told us many times none of us could pronounce It or even remember nt AIVIBROSE Ihr FRIES Ambrose Jeffries ventrxloqulst and master trlclcster amused all of for nearly an hour wnth hrs card trucks and ventrlloqulsm He caught coms out of the an' and eyen out of the noses mouths and ears of the audrence much to thexr embararssment and amusement SENIOR CONILERT The Senlor class sponsored a concert ln the fall featuring Miss Marlon Munson and the Schubert Tno composed of Miss Marjone Willoughby Mr Nncolas Koenig and Mr Arthur Reuther It was a musical success Every one was pleased to hear the Ioy ely voice of Mxss Marlon Munson agam IN IU!!! r1I3llSl.l','I'.IX I X, " v . . ,. 5, .. 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A If Il S L lu' Y A Y Charles Aszmus Graham Bell Ollv Brmlcerhoff Louis Caporale Lxvlo CYISI Charles Egloff Louis Fllameno Andrew Ferranto Domonlc Gagllardx George KDICS Vmcent Mantello lrvmg McCartney Douglas McK1rgan Carmine Palermo Domomc Furlllo KINDERGARTEN Teacher Miss Bennett Rlchard Pearce Andrew Reld Michele Spano Arthur Stevenson Frederick Wllbur Robert ulllerat ames Houtz Anna Agnano Anna Anzelmo Anna Brlnkerhoft Angelina DeAst1s Helen DeMuro Theresa DeNardo Evelyn Eaton Odette Carvaeho Dorothea Edwards Molly Gasperml Alfredh Groth Fellmma Lancelotte essxe Marzella Mary Marzella Gladys McCartney Laurette lVlcGmn Sarah Pascone Angelina Paoluccl Margaret Ramen Margaret Santore Bessie Novxello Mary Anna Frxschmann Durmg the year the Kindergarten had many pleasant parties ln the fall we enjoyed a Hallowe en Party for whlch we made our own false faces At Christmas tlme we entertained our mothers and the faculty We worked hard all one weelc making houses trees a school and a church and we had our sand table transformed mto a village of Ardsley All year we ve been such good gurls and boys that the sewxng class made us some beautnful curtains whrch make our room our llttle school home Ph rn- by XX'hitr Studio William Cassidonte Walter Vernon Frances Lefurgy 79 ARIJASIIE FIRST GRADE Teacher Mrs Ferguson George Bennett Reuel Danlcner Edward Demke oseph Delmerlco ames Fiore Howard Frischmann ohn Frischmann Thomas Geraghty Harry Knies Robert Kakerbeck Nicholas Macri Nicholas Mantello Robert Pearce Rene Perdreaux ames Petrolo john Renda Dominick Spano Robert Seltz Charles Swanstofl Herbert Travis William Waddell Spalding Warren Walter Whnazal Mary Addorisio Contffetta Biele Phyllis Campbell Ruth Cudney Fannie D Angelo Agrfes DeNardo Ruth DeFeo Nancy E.. Wickha In Constance MacDiarmld P IH!!! .llf1INl,l,l .-IX SFCOND GRADE Mrs Clayton Blanche Allen Katherine Cassldonte Rose DeAst1s Abbie Frxtchle Edlth Frlschmann une Cuden Chrrstma Cranclolfi Anna Mane Hagoplan Clan Macrl Rosma Paoluccl Gladys Slocllm Vlvlan Waldemar lsabel Ward Viola Wilbur Freda Wllle Patsey Agnano Gxlbert Buck Howard Connors Charles Duda Donald Creenburg john Kalcerback Francrs Morse Robert Morse Ralph Santore Everett Spencer Teachers TQ' Mrs Farnham Douglas Cooper oseph DeNardo Ralph Demke Pierre Fountam ohn Croth ames Knoesel Howard McCartney Lawrence MOCCIB Warren Nemecek Chester Novnello Frank Pascone Frank Petrolo Frank Savme Bradford Stevens Clorxa Canmng Angelina DeM1chele Nlola DeMuro Mary Fnore Mary George Antomette Mantello Elizabeth McClure Moira Keane Katie Savmo . . w -I . . 1 .I j J ' ' Walter Lefurgy, " ,. I ,JL , ' III!!! .ll1llNl,IJl .IA li Donald Zellff Lloyd Amslle Elizabeth Savmo ohn Aszmus Hilda Knapp Albert Canavotto Phyllis Stevenson Rodney Ferguson Antonxo Fllomena Dav1d Geraghty Frank Glerczynskl Edward Kmes Carlo Mannuccxa ames Moccla George Nelson Richard Quimby THIRD GRADE Teacher Mrs Ehler joseph Addorlsxo Yell Boom Chlcka Boom' Boom ChlCka Boom' Paul Storm Lewis Traws Thomas Mack Wllllarn Connors osephme Allen Gloria Bogle osephme Brlatnco Dommlca Gagllardl Eleanor Gera hty Mnldred Koenig Lllllan Lefurgy Helen Lmdauer Eleanor Maxhofer Annie Moccxa Florence uxck Aleta Read Ray Ray Ray Ray Ray Ray Boom' Boom' Yah' Yah! Thlrd Grade Third Grade' Rah' Rah' Rah! J . 1 u J I ' . . Q ' Paul Seitz . . Marion Seitz ' iip-a-lack. Zip-a-'lack!' ' I ' " 'JJ' FOURTH GRADE Teacher Mlss Edwards enme Bennett Ruth Blohme Laura Brown Rosa DelVluro Clara Fllomena Angelme Casperml Mary Grandolh Erna C-roth Gertrude Koenlg Vera Mathews 'Vlargaret Nelson Anna Santore joan Wickham Vmcent Agnano Earle Belsher Alfred CYISI Angelo Delmenco Louns Delmelrco oseph Del..uca Patsy Funllo Damel Gels Wlllram Fountam Davnd Longmunr Wlnfred Lefurgy Everard Malsek Bradford Masters Gordon Schultz Joseph Spano Fred Spencer Nicky Stafhero ,4 1979 4l'll.Nl,l,l IN Plmm by Vllhite Studi-1 - J - rug If Clffard Acker Alvln Brown ohn Chadwick Edward Cudney ohn Edwards Mlchael Funllo Tony Gasperxnl Bertram Knapp Tony Moccna Albert Munck Tony Perxllo Wlllxam Slocum Walter Streyckm Paul Stohr FIFTH GRADE. Teacher Miss Tyron BHS Gladys Canning Grace DeMlchele enme DeRosa Rose Frredman Dorothy Groth Elizabeth Keane Ruth Lawrence Dorothy Luft Helen Morse Cecelia Paoluccl Jeanne unmby Myrtle Travls Romame Warren Amta Wilbur OFFICERS President Ruth Lawrence Effort Club Fnrst Term Second Term Presrdent Albert Munck Presndent Myrtle Travis Treasurer Helen Morse Treasurer Albert Munclc Secretary Myrtle Travls Secretary Helen Morse IJ .Q L rl P D N L If Y .el 1' Pll-Ito lvy XYllltc' Studio J ' J ' , J s o 1 u - . Q ' n 'M 1929 .-IRIJSLHY AN Lawrence Agnano GRADE SIX Teacher Mrs Fllnt Wllllam Brlnlcerhoff Douglas Brown Leonard DeN1cola Frank Fllomena Nlrlburn Fountain Vlctor Gagllarcll ohn Mattarazzo Allen McCartney Rlchard McCartney Nlcholas Moccla Leonard Morey Nlcholas Pascone Patsy Stafllero Donald Vredenburgh Fxrst TCTTD OI- FICERS Charles Wharmby Vera Braem Ruth Coggxns Lu y DeNl1clxe e Martha Frxschman Elvrra Gasperml Murlel Hadden Anna Howell 'Xnna ones Vlrgxnla ulllerat Helen Lazlnslc Alma McK1rgan VIVIBD MldOnlCk Ruth Trautman Florence Wilbur Second Term President Lawrence Agnano Presxdent Lawrence Agnano Plwtn lfy Xvlllic Studi. , . . C ' . I 1 ! . U Secretary, Anna Howell Secretary, Nicholas MOCCIB 'N 19.29 .AI If ll N L lil .l N GRADE SEVEN Teacher Mrs uimby Edgar Bell Patsy Fxlomena LeRoy Fountain ohn Grandolfi Eric Kmes Michael Mattarazzo ames Macwhlrter Lawrence Mason ose Noviello Tony Paoluccl George Slocum Leo Spano Robert Walker Howard ulllerat Oscar Nelson First Term Alice Woodruff OFFICERQ X Elsie Brendel Lillian Delmerlco Nettle DCNICOIB ane Edmunds Dorothea Friedman Marian Gagliardn Violet Guden Vivian Heldrich Helen Praetorxus Mildred Quick lna Robertson Lily Storm Helen Stratton Katie Txschendorf Gertrude Wlmazal Second Term President jane Edmunds President ane Edmunds Treasurer George Slocum Treasurer George Slo urr' i Vliwtu by Yliitc Stluliu J s v J . J ' i . . . Gilbert McConnell Cecelia Leo J . . , ' , J Secretary, Edgar Bell Secretary, Katie Tischendorf 91141: 44,4 'Vip' 19' Q f f' vans' Ov Zf'22?' aa' 993' l 904 059 1" 'Ogg 1' 1 on Q 5 04444 IO ,680 gg'- X 4,', fly va Ofsgm l 515 064 vor' 4 ' 'XJ051 S 0 A va 45' lg' '91 SCI-loot.. annum ctug E WISP' O A6 N fi Xl 'XO S fx-s o 1 N Qoltro and nrxlgn rift We Pac 1 6' K l ill ITV' tcnclnncf Uur xear N dXLTdUt o Cd e 1 N ft N rl fx ws t X 1 wee xttenc :muh to :tx frpc xt X c haw melc ah month X at dINf N X61 A F V C H ormor oocle tx umor C hr rm Urdu-.tra Qnrl Scouts Box 5Couts Xuclllbnn Qlul x C IIIEUI l N hwhteen mf mb One mf-mber Mx members Sexen memlnerx ETX 1 uentx mm me-rnluers e prxclucl tour ecl Q xx lillf r 1 Rc be-rt Walker has lv I 6 I TUNN I'lStUldN KXLN AIIC I 1 if Si ld J O J UT xtftfllflf' Xnlllldldl X 1 clr cl 1 Y: l'7YIllN 'IUC U FULII1 I IU u Amltte prize- VNIDDIDQ pw-xtrsrs n X- ar1L1dlTrfx1nln1 the oxx fue made book rack xl:-exe boards oot toolx floor stops Nnovs s Oxe s roc mv ones and mode curp dnt-N ln 5E'SNlY'lU Cla s the girl haxe made handlterrlmlefs laundry and N oe bmw Nllpa Hprons dresses tle dx ed Qcartx plllowQ and uoxen baskets uxlt a rack for A set of lllQlO1'N clrxll book W e Qlan to mdlte srmllar racks for dll bets ot drill books a U tt h l'f"' 1l.'llNll l l X "l .G OO g - Q f "'I1't'E' r I 2.5-' - I!!-'-'--HI ' l 1 1 I l r f 7 'TH - L0 Ow L G Ht fl".X'l'4.X lkl l Ct .- Qlf . 4 ' I'If..' 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' 30 19.39 ,I If II b L lu Y .-l ,Y GRADE EIGHT Teacher Mr Thomas Doris Addyman ames Abrams Munel Berthelson Lxlllan Codlup Louis Furlllo ohn Gagllardl Phllomen Gasperml Martha Geraghty Helen Gl6YCZyhSkl Harold Creenber Mae Howell Macgregor Kxloatrlclc Anthony Nlannuccla Edrth Morse Donald McPhee Tony MOCCIH Fannie Perlllo Wllllam Rlchardson oseph Russo Margaret Sanger Catherme Santore l ucllle Santore Louise SBVIHO William Savmo Harry Secor Hector Streyckmans Florence Stymus Norman Townsend Lloyd Westlake Maybelle Welch Robert Wingate Grace Woodruff Dorothy Frledman Howard ulllerat First Term OFFICERS President Wllllam Richardson President Grace Woodruff Treasurer James Abrams Treasurer Lxllxan Codlup l'l1u1o '-3' Xvlxitr Stml Leo Gierczynski Howard Streyckmans g , . . . . Secretary, Norman Townsend Secretary ames Abrams 19.29 ARDSLEYAN 31 EIC-HTH GRADE NOTES OFFICERS Flrst Term Second Term Presldent Wllllam Richardson Presxdent Grace Woodruff Secretary Norman Townsend Secretary ames Abrams Treasurer ames Abrams Treasurer Lxlllan Godlup The hrst Important event was the Grammar School track meet The blghth Grade won wxth a score of over forty points We had a Thanksgiving party ln celebration of our vlctory A our guests we had Mr and Mrs Snllx man Mrs Quimby Mrs Thomas and Mr Horend The party was a great success At Ghrlstms txme we gave a ten mmute sketch of TltlSVlllC wlth the help of the school orchestra Everyone pronounced lt a huge success and we were told that lf we continued dom so well nn dramatlcs we would be quite pro fesslonal when me became Seniors Late m February Mr Thomas took nlne pupils to the Museum of Natural History We had a basketball team of whxch Wlllnam Richardson was captain They won two games and lost four We also haxe a baseball team On Aprll tenth we had a hot dog roast We had hot dogs and Ice cream We played baseball and had a few stunts It was a great success Harold Gre nburg 'aww ,arf - 2 w ..- -4 ,.f fe l'llwluv IQ XX'hite Studio , . , , J Cheer Leader, Leo Gierczynski Cheer Leader, Leo Gierczynski . . . 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Il S I, lx' Y .sl X FRESHMEN A CLASS Teacher Miss Hapgoocl Wesley Brown Secretary Margaret Macwhlrter Richard Bullock Fred Norrns DOlTlll1lCk DeNardo President Mary Savlno Wllllam Coehren Elrzabeth Secor Arthur Kaercher Treasurer Edwm Storms Kathryn Jewell Claxre Swanston Walter Kllnk0WlZ6 Berglthe Waldemar Frances Lazmsk Ednth Waldemar ohn Zotz The members of the Freshmen A Class wnsh to express thenr gratitude for the hard struggle which Miss Hapgood put up m order to be wnth them when she was so all We are only too wnllnng to recognlze her dauntless spirit as that whlch prevanls 1n Ardsley Hugh We also wnsh to thank Mrs Keller for the undying mterest that she took m us durmg Miss Hapgood s absence and for the way m which she took hold of all our class affairs Mrs Keller also seems to have adopted that cheerful spmt of Ardsley Hugh and we shall be very glad to welcome her as a regular teacher next term The Freshmen A Class have two members of the class representing them on the Boys Basektball Team John Zotz and Domxnxck DeNardo We have established a fairly good banking record thus year and hope to Improve lt next year Plmtu by XYl1itt' Studi.. 1 y . . , O v . . . t . . v . SENIOR PLAY Nothlng but the Truth the l929 Semor play has been called the most successful Senlor Play glven so far Play practxce was begun qulte late and extended only about slx weeks time The success of the play was due to the excellent coachmg of our acl vlser lVl1ss Mary E. Luclan and to the hearty and busxness luke co operation of the cast The play was chosen after much consnderatlon as we wnshed to secure a play wlth a sufhcnently large cast ln order that almost every member of the class might have a chance to participate m lt Those who dnd not receive parts acted very efhclently as busmess and arrangement mana ers Tickets sold very rapidly for whlch we thank all of those who came to see the play On March 8th l929 we presented the play at Bedford Hills Hugh School The success of the play was shown by the almost constant rlppllng and swelling of laughter that drafted to us backstage during the presentation We felt certain of their general apprecxatlon by the genulne compliments we received afterward As an exchange the Semor Class of Bedford Hills Hugh School presented Trapped ln our school May I0 l929 Angelo DeRosa 19.351 .l IJIIN l,lz'l'.l ,Y 41 it y I l l l'lwI-+ My Kirlltf, I44v'x'iv-- g . O . x W XSHIWCJ IRON TRIP mt e t1111Lt e 1 IF 11 w N N 1 1 111 hop 11 TUTQ we f11ll11f1 c orxxnrr to cz P1111 31 he tim: slipb f f it ly h c 41-.N e c xt 1-1 Q Q11 1 yu 11e 11 y 1r1o 1 Choo 11t 1 o were vat er 1 t dll fl6Q e in nc s a tu inery am oa ecl C ov I1 wit DWWN um e X une so 18 c L rn P1 he din 1 ur x 14 :wx tl 1p fl N N 1 ou 1 our o CC 1 I xx ax S Ile r 1 to t1e 1rt1n1C If e N our y y 1 J 1 c axe f 1 o s S116 11neC u 1t Xf1eh111ffton 1 rel ec ryo e on t lt eemecl that a wait rev t11ct hrouvht X rto a hn er bowl md after he had ex1m1ne'l it Closely e 4 lied her 'where tne gold hsh were' 4 S N Q ll r 1t1111rf1ry 1r1f I1 ost ol IIN were yer xerx 1111 ch imprewcc bt t L tff11111 and mas ixcnew of th l incoln iVlemor11 31 the Ardsley Lirl h 1fl 1-1 ret ul 1r suit of rooms all furnlehed dttractixe 1 me recided to haye '1 feetl 1 o actinf as C e 'Nlr and r Sxlliman C1 1nw 1-1 os s ure freed xdrcl 1 e 1 N lJ3I'1dI1d app es Celery etc etc dt the XX isninvton M11 et Rules of etiquette yy ere clixreuarcled ft r conx enience sake and all went hack to the trrne when fini ers were nmcle before forks -51 box of the beet Candy was myeteriously introduced to top it off Hut the less wud the lnetter about the after effect ' ln Philadelphia we all went to New the insides of the moyies after we had new ed the hlstorical Qivhte 'Vloet of us feel that it was y ell worth the effort to earn the money for the Wdxhinf ton trip The fun we enjoyed and the acquaintances we made along with the yery intereetinv s1fhtQ me mm which we do not relate simply becauee we expect you yourself to Gee them some clay will be remembered all our life time as a fitting climax. for our High School career lf lflffl ,lf1'fI.'l,l'.'l'.lX I ,. . . lfro h, ' - h XX"y2Fll.11lt1 trip ve: inftituterl whf T1 vw v-'I Qi h - IT N. ' h' lielf " l sl xinzf th zt'o11's C211 't11l, ,li i 1 ." I e l oy' fo 111' 'lc B' t at it hardly' s 'emecl p .-.-iI1l that our turn had vom -1 l' st. ln Qr1111Cl X' trel '? joi cl 'l e 'z ' LS s 1p1-if-,Q vh '- ,. ,' h - 1-1111111211-1" 'li d ' 11' lf S -' li y'. ' ll Cl, l ' " h l. ,:, - ln' ll.1s. lmg-l -t11 1.' 2111 l '21 eras. :Xft ' t , tr" trip which st-1'vecl as il ,f-1-.f'1gii11i11t1'fl 21Elf'llK'f'. '1 z1rri'e-cl in xX'7iiFl'tlllLfltJIl int: 't. l111t 111i1111Q the l l11111 hr-Q wl 'ith clisz pearerl on the way' clow11. .Xft-Avi.-i1i11g vz11'ic:11Q place: ol i1isto1'1f'z1l interest we :et t fo' ' ' h tel. lhe Nt 'la-llz11Cl Jexrty' '13 split. t'l1I'2lI'Ut1tJ?i!lFl thr14efrf1I11 Ussining lliggh Sclwnoi going to the,Cha1stls:ton llotel and .14 other 1 out l . xl: ' '11 -. XX5 :ell Jay. of Course. that S var the lwttc-re'x'er1 though we vlicl have to Valli fzxth rr to get to it. llolm and titer. wht larl tr H1-t lux: ri ucly' in Xlr. Silli111z1n'.' w Car. l se Xl" 1 ' , , liol .ezt.lz 'li Yi o. ' "XC Z 5 'V ig? ya ' A .1 .'z'1',: . Q , 1 i Y XV 1 'ixit 'd 11ll1t1e11tt1f11-pl11c1es 0111 1 ' ' f' 1' 2 l 1 .' l J '. ' y' .' .1' r :ffl -' h 1 iv' -" '- e .' 'z l. .fs 1' .'y',1'sz,' gig'-3 A 3' - Y, Ig.-11' " 1H.'."X'At' :fg 9 h,f. , .' Nlsf' '. 'Ct' 4 'S h p ' h': s of spa gh tt', rolls. olives. OfZiIlgff?.'. ' ' s. ' l-J. ', 2 V ' K 'z."' ,, 2 lc . 1 ' . s, A , - - , N' 4 .Y , . r 19.39 .I If IIN I, l','I .I IX I MEMORIES OF WASHINGTON TRIP VVHXI XYOLLD ll VPVX x 1 r ce ought lpiclxx c lf lxllldn Walker xsnslmfl her gxmn oaks If Uormmclc bantore lut Pd Brucei Iss rm ln Ot sore? 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Ne- Yklfif lru-1-f ' , V' - v 'f , " ,- fl ,l,'5A COMPLIMENTS THE VILLACE BQARD ARDSLEY NEW YORK I of .1 of 41 A 9 Compliments Slauffer ChCH1lCHl Co , Incorporated I lf' 31' .I NHS I, If YJ N' BOOST YOUR TOWN AND USE OUR SAND MATERIALS CEMENT MASONS' your Olun BRICK home LIME AGRICLLTLRAL FERTILIZERS GRASS SEED PLASTER METAL AND WOOD LATH KEEP THE HOME WARM QCHES ICE f COAL FUEL OIL SERVICE CORPORATION ARDSLEY N Y Place Your Order Now Before the Summer Advance IH PTICC Telephone Dobbs Ferry 48 KEEP THE HOME XX ARM lu 1 I 9 ibm I , . . X' ' fl'flIIl'ZF O lr A lz'w'fi.sw'.s lf'!f' .ll.'llNl.l'f5 l X y CORDIAL BE T WISHES H UNI IE LAN Lommumtx BUIILIPIS lllfl Ill 19357 .I If IPS I. ly' I'.I ,Y An Inviiaiion To All Veferans of the World War I ou Are CordxaIIx Invlted To Attend the Meetmgs of ARDSLEY POST 458 AMERICAN LEGION On the ITIYSI Tuesday of Ex ery Month Legion Building Ardsley Square THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ARDSLEY N Y CHECKING ACCOUNTS IN IEREST ACCOUNTS 4 SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES IKfIlI HXI' xxrrxr NXXMSIOX XXI XIJIJH NI IU X IJIRII FOR II men L lm uk Adi man Q' II nk 01 allx In .-1 lIdN lfx mn to 0 IJUIIUIHZC Ou: iclacffzvws 7 7 4 l . y , . . III'9FIiIf?IlI Vi1'P'I'1'H9'IA S I' .V iI.1-JS A. X INE iwvy G Q I - - V: SI ' " , , , , Q 7' H", w Q Fu.. I H. , .Ax II. S. XIIICIDI-1NIf!IIU,II lf' S. Pe-1'c'5' ui Hu 'I1 F, Kira 'm IJVEII ' II. . my ' 1'Im1'lef NI. Mrarsff Rolwrt II. Nelvillv Allwrr XX'a1l1f-1' W. IIIIIIIIIIPI' .'Xl'IIII4'IiI+' G4fm'gv XV. IIOVIHI1, .I1'. .IZIITIAS 5I1'I'2i1'II16'fV .Iwvhn fi. 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J . . , I O BUILDERS AND DEYHl.OPERS 'II l""4 ll'llN'll"I'IX II Angus IVICI3I1ee PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR EI111 Street Opposne -XrcIQIew SITIIOD ARDSLEY N Y TeIepI1one Dobbs Ferry I9-I JOHN M FELLERS ICE AND COAL ArcIsIey IN Y McCARTNEY 8: AC-NANO I General Builders II ArdsIeV Square Ard Iev 'N Y If I U II II .. . e ' c I , . . I I: II I I I I lvuba If ' ' 'KI I. XI ' '.XI"IINI'IY I'I'II. INV -I ,I 'I ,I rs I . I5 ' , H. . A' Il - . S , A I. . ' ,I II II 'I'I1I"I'I I-""i " ' ' " '1'f1'- egg i II 'fl H111-1 Hz' .I1ff'r1ffx11'.w WILLIAM HENNESSY INIBINQ, XND III X I INC QON I R XC IOR Ardsley N Y Phone Dobb Ierrx '93 WESTCHESTER GARAGE N Repalrmg and Towxng rucc tHoI1rC I C C XS Q RF Id Ardsley N Y THE ARDSLEY MARKET Ernest Iocco Prop FIRSI CLASS NIP-U FOIA IRN and PROX ISIONS Tel Dobbs Fern -IDD ll CHARLES GROFFIVIAN Electrlcal Contractor 7I Gould Axenue Dobbs Fern 'N H If fl i, ff' .lll'll.N'l.l'.'I'.IX Ill Y' V 'I II I II ,I 3. 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