Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedlcahon Board of Editors Faculty Student Councll Student Councrl Notes Honor Society Honor Soclety Notes Orchestra Orchestra Notes Expression of Gratitude Glrl Scouts Boy Scouts School POIICICS School P0llCleS Gxrls Basketball Cartoons Boys Basketball Boys Basketball Students Diary Students Diary Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Flfth Grade Sxxth Grade Sxxth Grade Notes Seventh Grade Seventh Grade Notes Enghth Grade Elghth Grade Notes Freshmen A Freshmen B Sophomores umors Semors 36 40 Senlor Play Revlew Keepmg Track of Our Alumni Washington Trlp Cartoons Washington Trxp Pictures Student Leaders Cartoons Vzews of Colleges Advertlsements 48 71 Autographs 72 . . ,- - v Nl- - I- - - I . 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' ' f' 'A' -'J' ' .-, I-'Q I -- V! - K- -I A L 'l .. -' - ' -- 'NL -A 4- ' --1' 4 ' - - 26 . . lv --" - -' ' ,i A - -I4 ' '- Q Fi- 'v ,-I. . - - L -- V - 4 - - - - - - - - 29 ' ...----- 30 ' ...--- - 31 - - - - - - - - 32 - - - - - - - - 33 - - - - - - - - 34 J ' ...-, -.-.. 3 5 . . - ---'-' . . ---- - - ' ' ------ 43 . . . - 1 - I - 1 44 - - A ---- - 45 - ...- - - - - 46 ' ------- 47 1930 1HIJSlfl iN Affectxonately dedxcated to hlm who has been Santa Claus to the Little People, Custodian of the Flag, Keeper of the Keys ln the Citadel of the Citizens of Tomorrow, Friendly Helper of Us All, since Ardsley Hugh School came mlo existence Clarence E. Travis , , . - ' - 1 4,1 - - . , A , 1. , M . x 3. . 1 I A BOARD OF EDITORS Edltor rn Chief Helen Berthelson Assistant Edxtor Edward Herrng Advnser Elinor C Buell ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT Advertrsrng Mana er Edwln Braem Assistant Advertlsxng IVIana er Allan Townsend Alumni Assistant Frank Cogglns ART DEPARTMENT Art Editor ohn Zotz Assrstant Art Editor Arthur Kaercher Alumm Assistant DOIDIDICIC Paoluccr CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT Manager Edmund Cnerczynskr Assrstant Manager Wrllram Gnerczynslu 2 1921 ,1 I' n .w I, If I' .1 N I'Iuuln IW XYIIIU- SI I .. g ' . . . . U , . A , . ' 1 ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY 'Vlr Arthur W Sxllxman Vlr Charles W Horend Mrs Grace C Kxndervatter MISS Cella P Conlclln 'Mr Kenneth Brown Mrss Miss Mlss N rss Mrs Elmor C Buell Elinor Davis Mable Kellerhouse Gladys Hapgood Hazel Keller Mr Arthur G Kurtsnacker Mass Helen R Dangremond Mr Harlan Thomas Mrs Mary E ulmby Mrs Anna lmt Mass Ethel M Tryon Miss Harriett Edwards Mrs Mrs YS Mrs MISS Emily A Ehler Vlabel Clayton Ethel .I Farnham Frances Ferguson I Florence Bennett PYIHCIPBI Asslstant Pnncrpal Commerclal School Nurse Physncal Traxmng English Drawing Sewing Commerclal French Math English Algebra History Latln History Latin Elghth Grade Seventh Grade Slxth Grade Frfth Grade Fourth Grade Third Grade S cond Grade Flrst Grade Flrst Grade Kindergarten Music A M Columbia Cornell Plattsburg R N Albany Hospital Savage A B Albany State Potsdam B S Albany State A B Unlv Vermont B S Purdue A B Albany State A B Albany State Potsdam Rome T T S Potsdam Potsdam New Paltz Cortland Potsdam Plattsburg Yonkers T T S New Paltz Potsdam Miss Adeline Russell Mrs Helen M Sllllman Secretary Mr Nicolas Koenig Orchestra Director Mr Clarence Travrs Engmeer Mr james Brown Asst Engmeer IJ .il A K I1 S I, If Y -el X I V11-no hy XYl1ite- Studio 1' , . '. 'f, ' . I . j. F . - 1 ' I . ' . y ' . 1 e M . . -, ' 4 19.30 .-lRllSl,l'l'lY I RXIH' Fourth Fifth Seventh Elghth Freshman A Freshman B Sophomore Iumor Jenlor STUDENT COUNCIL IIRSI IERNI Ferguson M Koenig Lefurgy M Grandolfn Mlclonlck A McCartney Tnschenclorf O Nelson Kllpatrlck E. Waldemar Gaglrarcln M Powers DeNardo C Swanston Hermg L Slcllxano M MldOhlCk F Welch OFFICERS S UND ll' KXI Ferguson M Koemg Lefurgy M C-randolfn Mxclonlck A McCartney Tlschendorf O Nelson Kilpatrick E. Waldemar Bell A Brown DeNardo C Swanston Herlng L SlClll3nO Mrclomck F Welch President Millard MldOnlCk Secretary Lxly Storm Treasurer George Munck Adviser Mr Charles W Horencl Ex OEICIO Mr Arthur W Sllllman 1 Photo by XYhile- Studio I . I " fn H . HEX' .Y H ll . R. , . ' R. , . ' Sixth A. Munck, Quimby A. Munclc, R. Lawrence V. ' ' , . V. ' ' , . ' K. ' . . K. ' , . M. ' ' , . M. ' ' , . J. ' ', . C M. , . D. , . D. , . . E. . ' Q . . . E' . , . . . . - . I . . ' ' M. . . v D A-N 6 I!! 1 .IU A If USL lil' I Y tm In Xl utr 'Stl In MEMBERS OF THE HONOR DUQJETV JOHPDIIIIIQ -xllen Eleanor Malhofel Daud Celaghts Florence Qulcl-I Helen Imdauel C Iona Bogle Paul Stolm Levsls TTHVIS Llowd Alnslle Hllda Knapp Donald Zellff Xhldred Koenmg Thomas Mack Rlchald Qulmbx Phxllls Stevenson Rodnex Ferguson Lverard 'Vlarselt Altxed Crm Anita Xvllblll .Iohn Edwards I-llzabeth Ixeane Nhxtle Travxs VS altex Strey ckmans Alma IVIcK1rgan Anna. Jones YlVI8.l1 Midonuk Nxcholas Moccla Hou ard Strey ckmana Hon ard Julllerat Helen GISFCZW nskl I lace Vkoodxuft I 1II1an Codlup Nlax gal et 'llarll hu tel Ollve Peldleaux Nngxma Julllerat Xllllard XIldOl1lC'lx John Zotz Nlaly Paseone Loulse SICIIIZIIO Xlargax et Nelson David Longmun James NIacVk hlltel Katle TlSCh91'ld01f I 115 Stolm Letella Paoluccx Alun B1 Own Tom NIOCCIH Gladxs Cannlng Helen Morse Bertxam Knapp Doxothw Friedman Hat old Greenbelg hdvsard Herlng George Slocum Clalre Swanston Ina Robertson Albert Munck John Gxandolfi Ruth Lawrence Conchetta DeRoQa Jennie DeRosa Xlaxtha I1 I'lSChl'lIdllII leanne Qulmbw Ruth Tlautman Xian SHNIIIO Xlaxhelle NN elch C 113.1165 VS halmbs Dolothx Canavotto X813 Blaem Vhlllam Brlnkelhoff Angelina DeNIum Charles Cudnew hllzabeth Secox Raffaele DxTe1 11771 Ronald Townsend N01 man Tovxnaend Anthony 'Vlannuvfla Ethel Zotz NUZIRIIKO Leo Maw Berthelson Ixxcky Petrolo Ruth Mathews George 'Vlunck D0l'IlIllICk Santoxe Angelo DeRosa Tommy 'Vloccxa Helen Berthelson Nlurxel Berthelson X Ito Balblerl I .114-'N , 31 , W . Nw. .A V' -I Phil j 'I' I t ll 'u . n I r, ' 'N ll' ' x . ' 1 . . T . ' ' -1 . . . - Q - - ' . ' ' 1 . . -' ' . Av A . . L , ' ' . . A 'v ' . . ,4 . . 1 - 1 . N v' ,. 4 ' ', - . iv ' ' ' ' " Allen McCartney . A , Av Y . . . L . 1 W ' -. I - N- A ' ' , . ' , W . ' .' ' ' ' A I' .' . Q. 1 ' ,A ' A A .' 4 Y' I , Q w . ' I A .,. ' I . . , - L' . , . u " . ' ' 1 I HONOR SOLIE IY NOTBD Are you a member of the Honor Society J X esJ No If you rc l u sure you will be interested in reyicwinv what we haue accomplished thi year If you are not here are the requirements to become a member One year of perfect attendance or certified absence 'Vine months of hi h scholalship Proficiencv in athletics Seryice to the school At the first l929 meetin an executive committee was elected con sistln of Principal Silliman ex officio lVlrs Kinderyatter the Society Ad user Helen Berthelson President Ronald Townsend Vice President May Berthelson Secretary and rl reasurer representatives of the first second third fourth Hfth sixth and seventh years namely Olive Perdreaux Katie Tlschen dorf Vlillard lVlidon1cl-Q Rafaelle Dinl-erlizzi Nuzianto Leo Nicky Petrolo Ruth Mathews George lVlunck 'lommy lVloccia Muriel Berthelson Helen Qierczynski and Conchetta Dellosx the Honor Assembly from other assemblies -Xt the same time the lycecutiwe Committee decided to put the Honor Society Code into the form of a salute to the school flaw As a member of the -Xrdsley Hivh School Honor boc ety l pledge myself to aid my school in Serxice Scholarship Attendance Conduct Welconiing Strangers lhe hxecutiye Qommittee also decided to take up the followin activi tie with committees in char e welcoming strangers lunchroom supervision son boolc distributinf for all assemblies and shower room cleanliness The bixth -Xnnual Banquet ot the Honor bociety was held January I8 V330 in the old auditorium There were about one hundred people present includinv the Honor bociety members and their Uuests This banquet was prepared and seryed by the Parent Teachers -association The auditorium was effectnely decorated in blue and Gold Two new illuminated torches were added to our treasures by ohn Zotz A comical and solemn initiation tool-4 place durinv the course of the ey eninv The climax of the ex eninv was the presentation of a gold torch to Mrs uimby for her unusual interest in the Honor Society and life membership to past Presidents Ruth Brown Ethel 7otz and N ito Barbieri who had accomplished much during their presidency and who are still interested in the life of our society Vlay Berthelso. 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Q TROOP I ARDSLLY Captain Mrs George Armstrong First Lleutenant Mlss Flo 'Vlay Berthelson Patrol Leader Grace Woodruff Corporal Dorothy Lanavotto Kathryn ewell Ednth Morse Clalre Swanston I -XTROL lll Vlolet Guden Patrol Leader Carolme Warren Corporal Ruth Coggms Dorothy Groth Margaret MacD1arm1d Helen Praetorxus lna Robertson Alice Woodruff rence Bennett Edith Waldemar Patrol Leader Ellzabeth Secor Corporal Dons Addyman Florence Stymus l ATROL IX Myrtle Travis Patrol Leader Elizabeth Keane Corporal Gladys Cannmg Vlrgnnla ulllerat Gertrude Koenlg Ruth Lawrence Helen Morse eanne ulmby Honorary Members Helen Berthelson Gertrude Walters The Annual Mother Dinner was glven to the mothers on November 73 1929 The dmner was cooked by the older scouts Mrs Hagerman and 'Vlrss Pruyn were our guests The Glrl Scouts gave a play called Wrrtnng of the Laws at the anu ary meeting of the Parent Teachers Association The play was a great success Dorothy Canavotto ll! l'lpl llfllSllllX l'l1nlu hy XYIxiIl- . llllliu PATROL I PATROL II 1 , ' , u l . 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J - l I 511 TROOP 3 ARDSLEY Mr Harlan Thomas Scoutmaster Ronald Townsend Asslstant Scoutmaster Notes The Boy Scouts of Ardsley have had one of their most successful sea sons during the year Whlle at Camp Slwanoy the Ardsley Scouts had the prlze wmmng tent for the month It seems that even after the Scouts returned home they kept up thexr good work After they were home from the camp about one month Mr Bell gave the Scouts thelr annual corn roast This IS sald to be the best party of the year for the Scouts The month after that they started work on their cabin They received support from many orgamzatlons and prxvate people lf they hadn t had thus support xt would have been impossible for them to finish the project thus year The troop has been havmff an Inter patrol contest and the Beavers are now m the lead The Boy Scouts know that they will contmue to prosper under their new Scoutmaster Mr Thomas and that the people of Ardsley will keep up thenr vreat support Richard E Barr Scribe I!l.'lI .I If llVl,l3'l'.l ,Y 11 " .M ., V, l'l1uI1v by Xl'hilf- Q'I11l'H L ..pl,i S L,',A' POLICIES OF THE ARDSI EY HIC-H SCHOOL Responsibility, Service and Recognition Responsibility service and recognltlon are the keywords of the ad mmistrative policies of Ardsley l-llgh School Unly by going into the water does a youngster learn to swim but the old method of tossing him into deep water probably fostered fear of the water more than swimming ability The Ardsley policy is to start with small re sponslbilities at first and when they are mastered to Give larger responsiblli ties The ultimate ideal is to have the pupils run the school with the r teachers as advisers for only as pupils increasingly learn to govern their affairs in school will they be able to take their proper places as citizens of this 1 reat self governing country ln the Ardsley School ex ery grade has elected class officers or com mittees who handle much of the routine formerly managed by the teachers The class presidents form the Student Council which cares for student affairs and finances conducts room inspections and advises with the Principal on matters of school policy The Honor Society Effort Club Audubon Club orchestra band Junior chorus athletic teams Boy Scouts and Curl Scouts re all voluntary organizations largely self governing and several home School is more attractlxe nowadays because pupils are gn en more lib erty But liberty without responsibility is anarchy Ex ery privilege entails a responsibility Only as responsibilities are recognized can privileges be extended lihe privilege of early entry to the school building extended to the non residents umors and Seniors entails the responsibility of quiet work in the home rooms The noon prnilege typing priulege library prnilege and Senior lunch privilege have equal responsibilities Seldom has a prnllege been withdrawn because the responsibility was not respected Further prixi leges now under consideration mvolxe the unchaperoned use of the carpenter shop and sewing room by pupils of superior scholarship in their vacant perx ods the extension of high school subjects to qualified pupils of Grade El hr and of conference periods to the Seniors in place of study halls SCYXICC IS another form of responsibility Fortunate are the boys and girls fthough they may not recognize it now who have certain definite re sponslbilitles at home The daxs of the empty woodbox and the kerosene lamp have passed Home is no longer the family work shop where even the children haxe duties that consume all their free time The pendulum has ll 19" ll'lI.'l,l'llX rooms have learned to function on their own initiative. . . , Y y N . 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A 1111 swung to the other extreme DCTVICC is the school equivalent for the whole some home duties of yesteryear Pupils are encouraged to pass on to their successors in perfect condition the school equipment so generously furnished by the school district Books are covered and mended desks scraped shades adjusted rooms decorated flowers planted and hundreds of other important details are cared for More important than the tangible results are the ideals attitudes and appreclations growing out of these duties xoluntarily undertaken for the good of the school Recognition has two reasons to encourage effort and to capitalize the success of the individual for the general benefit of the school The best known forms are the various school insignia awarded to pupils who have met moderate requirements in scholarship attendance athletic alCJllltV and service For the younger pupils four yearly awards are possible for the older two awards The fact that practically every pupil wears one of these insignia shows how high they are held The awards are made at the monthly Honor Assemblies by a member of the Board of Education Stress is laid on the service symbolized rather than the award itself The pupils who have re ceived all the awards are organized into the Honor Society for the following year and at a solemn initiation take the Honor Society pledge to aid my school in service scholarship attendance conduct and welcoming strangers tion affecting the honor or welfare of the school Other forms of recognition include election to offices selection for edi torial staff of the Ardsleyan letters and visits of Commendation to parents appointment on school committees mention in the High School News and local papers in all of which the contrlbution to the general welfare rather than the individual is emphasized Group awards made this year include framed citations to Qrades Fxxe and bexen from the Student Council for no tardiness last year weekly attendance and banking banners to all Grades quall fwing monthly health banners and attendance cups framed citations to grades for diphtheria mnoculation and weekly inspection plaques Nearly all the awards group and ll'1dlXldU3l are non competitive under conditions decided law the Student Council and reused to meet new conditions For eight years these policies have been growing and each year brmf s its increased yield of true school citizenship Other schools are beginning to look to Ardsley for leadership That IS our recognition All that we haxe learned and developed is at the command of the schools of the state That is our service and our responsibility as a unit in the Great school system of the Empire State AWS fl- l .el It ll S L If Y .-1 X lfl . . Z D . . Monthly meetings are held and committees organized to cope with any situa- x V. . . . . - y ! tj v . . 5 ,0 IS 3- Q Ihtb H1151 lx GIRLS BASKVTBALL NOTES Kenneth Brown Coach Helen Berthelson Manager May Berthelson Assistant Manager Although the gxrls basketball team can boast of no vrctones ln the league games, yet they feel that therr year has not been wasted With a prac tlcally raw" squad to work wlth, Coach Brown has to hrs credrt at the end of the season a united team and a number of well trained substltutes Marv lVlacConnell, Captam Conchetta DeRosa, Forward Anna Delmerlco, Forward Frieda Welch, Forward Beatrice Bell, Guard Ruth Mathews, Guard Mary Nloccla, Guard Louise Slclllano, Guard Lucille Santore, Guard Gatherme Santore, Guard Helen Gxerczynskn, Forward Marian Bell, Guard Ollve Perclreaux, Guard I4 193 A Rl 'Lia' Y.-1 X L-:wig 4.11 , A' ' I ,. l Q l It L fic' 'Ze . f' ' 4, 0 y 'wi Q- F un '-v . , . ' . . . . . . BCH THE HIEVIIDRY UNCQJHRS GN cmemms BY DUN wxowo a oxvf CTF-le ONlY ARTIST who doesnf dqam Rom H12 Imp FN Q 5 wGnNQ 0 W? The kuszori 1' '31 ,IX JW I1 D MR HOQQYXD 5 DENHRD05 RQNDVUON ABHAYY OS' A 500441 SQA ,qs EMD 'Man msn: B60.U+Y gm EH -my YOLJPLS FoR A Bic-JQQR AND Bc:Q+er ALUMNAP. ASSJ., Q52 rfb A D ,L ue' Mosfsg Soaces SEASON 6 11:21 30 Mm -FOR 'HXC .Bova k 5 :mu .1 1:ns1,1: La ix' 1 N I 1 ,5'. D gs if W E Q S: V .X li 'I 5 I q ' X 1 rl, I XM JM x - , Y K I I W ' F A I QP' r H Lg 1 N Q: J , V f' L Jn 1: Q , 2 nQ ' f,t ff fff X f - x 7 5 A-" 'i ' -gn 1 . 'Q A Q: j - 5 ' Q Q JJ f k f 5 A vm X X Q 5 ... b sg f 11,30 Ili 151.3 ll .-I If IJ S I. la' Y .I .Y THE WESTCHESTER CLASS B CHAMPIONS E fEdJ Braem mana er was kept busy recordm oals and fouls W Wlllyl Clerczynskr rlght guard contributed a peppy game ohnny Zotz the lanky center kept the opponents worned Tony, Santore Captarn was the hugh scormg left forward Mlkoj De Nardo right forward played a fine passing ame W Horend Coach whose lnterest and leadership msplred the team to cooperate as a sportsmanllke Lnlt producing champlonshlp teams ln 1928 and l930 Artie Kaercher a slstant manager always ready to assist fchapl Agnano sub always ready to do his bit Barney Barnett sub hoped for a chance to do his share Ray, Neary cheerful sub center supplied competition Raf D1 TCIIIZZI sub always guarded his man closely Lulul Pascone sub contrnbuted a good shot and pass work fpetej Travxs sub never stopped trymg when he received a chance to play l Pl lfrzf. hy Rizzoli.. Pl 1-,1-. S .'l- v' A' ' c . . .y . I . . J. U l , , ' - A. Q , ' , ' ' . E. fEddieD Gierczynski, left guard, never failed to do his best. D. c . I . ' . g I A. f ' D , s ' , ' . C. , , ' ' . R. Q I , . ' . R. 4 J . . .' I . U L. Q , , ' , - . S' . , ' . . ' 1 BOYS BAQKETBALL QE XSONJ OF I929 30 The boys xarslty basketball team of 1929 30 haxe had such a record f-ason that their accomplishments mall be a goal for future teams The co operation unlty loxe of game and ood sportsmanshxp whlch Qoach llore-nd ernphaslzed was the keynote of their success The team played sexeral practice games ln 1929 among which he 1 74 uctory oxer Commerce of Yonkers was an msplratlon to wm the com mv league games lhe boys receued thelr hrst major setback at the hands of Dobhs terry who won 28 21 on thelr tourt Ardsley reversed the decxslon on the home gym through 31 71 xxcto y After hnlshrng the league schedule Dobbs Ferry and Ardsley were tled for first place each team haunv won fue games and lost one A play off was hnally arranged for March I l930 The league chain pxonshlp the permanent POSSSSSIOD of the three year cup and the right to n qhe largest crowd ever to witness a Creenburgh League ame your neyed to W I to root for thelr respectnve teams Dobbs Ferry ano Ardsley boys played a hard game The latter team won 34 70 through a fine five man scormg and passing attack lqo the uctors went the three year basketball trophy for permanent possessron as Ardsley had preuouslw mon It ln l075 and l928 As the high school registration was under IDO the Ardsley team entered the Class B lwournament sponsored by the state On March sxxth the NBYSIIY defeated Rhlnebeck champlons of Dutchess and Putnam countxes 4I 23 The boys chsplayed a hrst class exhlbltlon f ba ketball to the Interest of all spectators The boys advanced to the second ellmlnatlon to settle the supremac of Westchester County Mr Rxchters School Bedford Hills vtas the oppo nent Ax hard but close game hnally resulted ln JD 30 wctory and the county champxonshxp for Ardsley This game earned the xarslty team the right to play ln the quarter Finals of the tournament at Newburgh Many spectators crossed the Bear Mountain Bridge but few could enter the ow er crowded gym at Newburgh Hugh qchool Cornwall furnished the opposmon and rallxed ln the closmg minutes of the last quarter to gaxn a 30 24 ynctory This snapped the wlnmng streak of mne straxght games and ended the basketball season of l930 Edmund Cnerczynskl 30 l.f.'fl .lffliNl.lfl'.l,Y IT s 3 ' ' . 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H -" N mal' Ski Jin' .,.' fini 'U 19.30 llr ll N I, If 1' -I X KINDERGARTEN Teacher Mrs Bennett Howard Secor Kenneth Wood oseph Zangarl Margaret Collard Molly DeFeo Mary DeNardo Madeline DeRosa Dons Duda Rose Crandolfr ean Kakerbeck Mmam Knapp Vlarla Theresa Mac Beatrice Morattl Frances Renda Frances Savmo fl Caroline Scharflnberg Anna Staffxro Charles Benedict Armondo Carvalho oseph Dunbar Howard Eaton Rocco Ferranto Dominick Furxllo Adolph Groth Edgar Jewell Theodore Knoesel Domlnlck Lancelottl Edward ames Lynn ames McGmn Theodore Marquls Michael Moccxa David Montarulx ohn Palermo Larmlne Pascone Jean Van Dusen The Board of Educatxon has so lundly helped us to malce our lovely kindergarten room more attractnve that we are ever so proud of rt this year Our birthday partnes Hallowe en party and pop corn party and just the 303 of being all together ln our lovely room have made our year very successful and have made us have such happy days here m our kindergarten home ' 1 "ww l'llnlu lay XYlliI1' Sllhli J ' J Mildred Delmerico Daniel Filomena J 0 n I - . u J R - 1 ' J . 1 ' n I J! 4 f Tag Mrs Ferguson Charles Aszmus Graham Bell George Bennett Oliver Brlnkerhofl Louis Caporale Livio Cnsi Edward Demke Thomas Geraghty Robert ulllerat oseph Lanigan Douglas Mcliirgan Chester Novlello Dominick Spano Michele Spano Arthur Stevenson Herbert Travis Walter Vernon Frederick Wilbur Anna Brinlcerhoff Odette Carvalho Evelyn Eaton FIRS I' GRADE TeaChCfQ Mary Anna Frischmann Josie Manitta Gladys McCartney Laurette Mccinn Angelina Paolucci Dorothea Edwards Filomena Lancelotti Mrs Farnham Sarah Pascone Anna Agnano Anna Anselmo Anna Armo Ita Carmella ClCCl0ll0 Angelina DeAstls Helen DelVluro Teresa DeNardo Alfreda Groth Frances Lefurgy essie Marzella Vlary Marzella Bessie Noviello Margaret Ranieri Dorothy Robbins Margaret Santore William Cassidonte Charles Egloff Andrew Ferranlo Louis Filomena james Fiore james Houtz james Manitta Vincent Mantello Carmine Pelermo joseph Pavone Richard Pearce Andrew Reid Nicholas Scallero 950 ARDASII' '- -' Reuel Danlcner oseph Delmerlco Howard Fnschmann ohn Fnschmann ohn C-roth Robert Kakerbeck James Knoesel Walter Lefurgy Nlcholas Macrl Nicholas Mantello Robert Pearce Teacher Mrs Clayton Conchetta Blele Phyllls Campbell Ruth Cudney Fannie DeAngelo Ruth DeFlo Viola DeMuro Agnes DeNardo Mary Fnore Constance MacDxarm1d Antomette Mantello Esmee Clark Rene Perdreaux ames Petrolo ohn Renda Robert Sextz Everett Spencer Charles Swanston William Waddell Spalding Warren Walter Wxmazal William Tucker Mary Addorlslo lnhe Second Grade was saddened by the loss of one of its classmates Robert Pearce who was Ill with pneumonia for some time and passed away ln the Dobbs Ferry Hospital December the nmth YELL HI YI Ylddy YI Ylddy Yu Yxp Second Grade Second Grade Rap' Rip' Rip' Kana Kana Wah Wah Kana Kana Wah' Second Grade Second Grade Rah' Rah' Rah' U 1 , ' 1 I 1 4 X Photo lay XVhiIw- Studio SECOND GRADE J g ' J ' .I I a J ' n 5 . Blanche Allen Glorxa Cannmg Catherine Cassldonte Rose DeAst1s Angeline DelVl1chele Abbie Frltche Nlary George une Guden Christina Grandolfl Anna Mane Hagoplan Monra Keane Clara Mann Rosma Paoluccl THIRD GRADE Teacher lVlrs Ehler katie Savmo Elizabeth Savmo Gladys Slocum Vlvran Waldemar lsabel Ward Vlola Wilbur Freda Wrlle joseph Addonsro Patsey Agnano Gxlbert Buck Howard Connors joseph DeNardo Ralph Denlke Charles Duda Edith Frisch mann President YELL One Two Three Who are wel We are Ardsley s Grade Three Are we ln 1t3 Well, l guess Third Grade, Thxrd Grade, Yes, Yes, Yes Pierre Fountaln Donald Greenberg ohn Kakerbeck Howard McCartney Lawrence Moccxa Frank Morse Robert Morse Warren Nemecek Frank Pascone Frank Petrolo Ralph Santore Frank Savmo Bradford Stevens 1n,:n .1 1: ns 1, If 111 x 3 ' , . l'll-alll lay W'I1i1r- Slllnlivf . . I . -I ' J o . I 1 24 IHJII .I HHN l.lfl I X osephlne Allen Gloria Bogle Domenlca Gagllardl Eleanore Ceraghty Vllldred Koenig Hilda Knapp Lllllan Lefurgy Helen Lxndauer Eleanor Malhofer -'Xnme Moccla Florence Quick Aleta Reid FOURTH GRADE Teacher Miss Edwards Marlon Seltz Phyllls Stevenson Lloyd AlnSllC ack Aszmus Robert Beckert Albert Canawotto Dommlck CICCIOIIB Henry Crcclolla Wllllam Connors Douglas Cooper Rodney Ferguson Tony Fllomena OFFICERS President Rodney Ferguson Vice President Mildred Koemg YELL Apples onions carrots beets Davxd Geraghty Frank Glerczynskl Thomas Mack Carlo Mannuccra ames Moccla George Nelson Richard ulmby Paul Seltz Nicky Staffmo Paul Storm Lewis Travis Donald Zellff You should hear the 4th grade screech We re as good as good can be Fourth Grade Fourth Grade Rahl Rah ' Rah' l P11010 lay XYIHI1 Slthliw , . 1 ' Y Y When you hear us, you'll agree , 19.20 .-1RllSLlz'l'AX FIFTH GRADE Teacher Miss Tryon enme Bennett Vera Mathews Daniel Gels Ruth Blohme Rosa De Muro Anna Santore Louis Delmerlco Laura Brown Erna Groth Wlnfred Lefurgy oseph DeLuca Earle Belsher Mary Crandolfl enme ClCCl0ll0 Wnlllam Fountain Gertrude Koenig Patsey Furlllo Everard Marselc Clara Fglomena Margaret Nelson Fred Spencer David Longmulr Angelo Delmenco joseph Spano Gordon Schultz Vmcent Agnan 1 Alfred Cnsx Anna Kane CLASS OFFICERS President Wmfred Lefurgy Vice President Mary Grandolfx CLASS YELL F l V E anmmg hugh A R D S L F. Y That s the way we spell nt' Thats the way we tell lt' Lx ten to us yell lt' Three cheers for Ardsley Hugh' Flfth Grade' Fnfth Grade' Fifth Grade' Rah' Rah' Rah' Plwtrv Ivy XYl1il1- Sllllllll Q . . f 'S ' . I blXTH GRADE Teacher Mrs Flxnt C-xfford Acker Alvm Brown Elwood Blankenship ohn Chadwlck Edward Cudney ack Edwards IVI1chael Furlllo Bertram Knapp Albert Munck Tony Moccla Tony Perlllo Edgar Perretz William Slocum Paul Stohr Walter Streyckmans Gladys Cannlng Grace DeIVl1cheIe enme DeRosa Dorothy Croth Ellzabeth Keane Ruth Lawrence Dorothy Luft Margaret IVlcD1arm1d Helen Morse Cecelia Paoluccx eanne ulmby Myrtle TTBVIS Romame Warren Anlta Wnlhur CLASS OFFICERS Fnrst Term Alvm Brown Presldent eanne ulmby Vxce Presldent Helen Morse Secretary Myrtle TYBVIS Treasurer Gladys Canmng Health Chief john Chadwrck Cheer Leader Albert Munck Room Inspector Ruth Lawrence Llbrarlan Second Term Albert IVIunck President Ruth Lawrence Vxce Presndent Helen Morse Secy Treas Myrtle TYBVIS I-Iealth Chief ohn Chadwick Cheer Leader Paul Stohr and Michael Funllo Room Inspectors Margaret IVIcDlarm1d Llbrarlan .T 26 I .I J ll .l li' II N I, If Y .l .Y l'll-rtu Ivy lYl1iln- SIlI'liu J ' ' I ' J o . ' J Q ' A ' -I Q . y . - . , '. - . 4, , n -I ' , . . , N ST-XTION 'X H S G 6 Hello Everybody' his is rade 6 hroadcastinv the hivh spots of the xear 5 vxo lc throu the courtesy and forbearance of the editorial stag Class Motto Serxice t horne school and community Attendance to Nlarch I Per cent of attendance 98 D Number nt xxeelcs with perfect attendance ID Xlumber of pupilb with perfect attendanf Q 19 elex en Girls eivht boys NX e earned the attendance cup in December Purlctuallty per cent to ate omt stronc on our secon xear ct perfect punctualitx ea th lo da e 7 vw e s 0 er ect ex icate rxx titled for diphtheria prexcnticn Scholarship Wlernbership in tlonor Society If 'Numher of pupil xxinnin honor awards to date l T rlft lflfl per cent to d ite txerx pupil and the teathc r h ue hanlt or txxentx our consecutlxe vw e rxe han e S360 I3 I C te oom Appearance Ih lnspectmn Plaque ha bt en aw ucltcl t nur lf t xxee ut cf twext H S ews XX ue solc one hundred papers excrx xxee tn x i tota inf r out 7700 copi s e axe t irtx one year V sunscriptmns lass Government The ala s has elected its officers formurated it at xxhlc its president hx prebi e u S e X ind B ort u xxas orme in tebruirx N eftin rr: he rl tht hrst Vondax of eaci mont unior tm Xuduhon C um per cent enro nit nt ject t c tt c x a Jits xnt protc ctn n r ommon nr s De ates Our dehatrnl tcamb hxxc put on one eluate o xt l t t XX shin trn did more for our country than Lincoln Xftirmatixe won ramatlcs hanksvixm e 1 xe x r anc ed hx the children entitled The Qolonx That wouldnt but Lp S541 Contest the silk fld offered hx th Xuxilrarx rs t e pril H 1 o t x infton t i ls xun Jx ot t x broth Paul Stohr and ohn Qhadxxiclc made 1 snealser and sh e r clt t r 'h rlork room Qur broadca t la noxx ended and until a xear from noxx oodhxe GRADE ti Ifl.'fl .1 If flr'f,fL'l',l ,Y Qi 'I' A. G . , .4 5 'ra K. 5 4 '. . Y gh 1 if cu , ' ' i ' . lfltl , , d' . G ' 4 I ,g ' Q ' d ' H I . M ' t X .. l 'e km t p t ' h 2 lth. Ciertifi t' r of Nl:-rit i . 1 D ' ' I ', J. .V A s h i . . 2 ,. ii ' ' ' ' 3 z '- ' 'f-fl t ' j-f r .' ,, ' '- melts. W' he ' lc d . rw la . R . ii e S " ' . 'S V ' 'e ' 3 rm Lfrztcle- eigh ' ks o 1 ' .l '1 A. . . N . "e ht ', J l ' ff ' '-'lt l's jet r, 'l' ,g 2 tp .. ' ' ie '. W h' ' h' '- ' ' ' lv f t ' A 1 I C . 1 f's3 'Q ' , 'Q A' " is school policies and directed all of its activities through weekly business meet- ings ' ' "h 'J as "d d. Cl t: . The r 2 Eff Cl h " J t d i 7 ,, Q i'l . f' gs 2 ' tl 2 Q J 1 l 'M' ' l h. The J ' .f il t ot .X.tl.S.-ltltl - i, ' r . . ll-'ufh'li:2 l - x ot ou' more c: l' dx, H A b . . ' i 4 :' ' 2 'f d ' ' 'ities l 'rr ha D ' . At T ' :,,' " g w ,ga '. tr Puritan play x' itten ' l stag -' A . ' , it n' A " ' M 'L Y E " . M ' 'gl . 1' e .- " 1' if h me .Amr tt f- lnvst essay on the t pi' Mxvz Qhi g, a Xia llex' lfurgei' we f x' tv' D r u- hv' N . ' ' -I 1 ' 'i ' E J ' ' ' ' J 0 a' ' do . e ' 1 EH Lawrence Agnano Douglas Brown Ruth COgglDS Lucy DelVl1chele Leonard DCNICOIB Frank Fllomena Milburn Fountain Martha Frlschmann Nictor Cagllardl Elvira Gasperme Muriel Hadden Anna Howell Anna ones Dorothy oyce SEVENTH GRADE Tea her Mrs ulmby Florence Wilbur Virginia ulllerat Helen Lazlnk ohn Mattarazzo Allen McCartney Richard McCartney Alma Mclilrgan Vivian Mlclonlck Nicholas Moccla Leonard Morey Nicholas Pascone Patsy Stafflero Ruth Trautman Donald Vredenburgh Charles Wharmby Class Motto: Self-Control through Service CLASS OFFICERS President, Vivian Nlidonick Vice-President, Allen McCartney Secretary and Treasurer, Nicholas Moccia Health Officer, Douglas Brown, lst term Martha Frischmann, 2nd term Cheer Leader, john Mattarazzo 'Promoted to Grade 8 in january, 1930 C555 40 19.10 ,I If IP S I. lu' Y A .Y Edgar Bell Vera Braem l:.lsxe Brendel EIGHTH GRADE I Teacher Mr Thomas William Brlnlcerhoff Catherine Carsten Patsy Fllomena LeRoy Fountain Marxan Gagllardr Robert George Vxolet Guden ol'm Grandolfl Vlvlan Heldrlck Anna jones Cecelia Leo Gilbert McConnell Lawrence Mason Make Nlattarazzo OFFICERS Oscar Nelson ose Novxello Tony Paoluccl Helen Praetorrus lna Robertson Louise Savmo Leo Spano George Slocum Lily Storm Helen Stratton Katie Tlschendorf Donald Vredenburglu Robert Walker Emma Westerneld Gertrude Wlmazal Alice Woodruff Presldent Katle Tlschendorf Secretary Lily Storm Class Motto Possunt qula posse vrdentur Glass Flower Pansy Class Colors Purple and Gold Photo by XYhi 1- Studi ' Charles Wharmby Vice President, Oscar Nelson Treasurer, lna Robertson , I!!-Ill .l If HN I,l','l'.l .Y Ill EIC-H TH GRADE NOTES Can you beat that3 We haven t had a tardmess smce we started out ID the Sex enth Grade September l928 Thirteen xs Uolng to be our lucky number because we ve had thirteen weeks of perfect attendance the attendance cup two months and a yearly attendance of 99 per cent Perfection IS our arm' We xe had twenty weeks of perfect banlung lalk about vlgor and vlm' Have you seen our boys tearn wxth john Grandolfl as captam and the glrls team with Llly Storm as captam3 They are hoplng to Increase the turn out for the varsity team next year' But It s not all vlgor and vrm' lt s scholarship too' We xe had sixteen awards this year and ten puplls have qualrfied for medals Have you ever sand goodbye to a fr1end3 Jane Ldmunds left us last fall and to show her our apprecxatlon we staged a party ln her honor Have you seen the Southern Shuffle Dance3 Well you should have seen the Minstrel Show which we gave ln assembly and your cuuoslty would have been satlshed Start them young ns what our parents say You should see how our Ulrls sew the magazme racks book ends and other things whrch our boys produce as rf by magic Dont you thmlc we haxe had a rather successful year3 l l I'lwto My l.YlliIv' Sl rli-v V s .. s .. . . . , y , . . . . . , . , 5 5 , i v 1 . . . , . . V . . - , . , .. .. . , 5 , . ..- . . .. .12 19.10 A If II N I, la' 1' A X FRESHMAN A CLASS Advxser MISS Danvremond Dons Addyman William Savlno Treasurer Leo Glerczynskr Edwin Storms Harold Greenberg Norman Townsend Secretarv Hovsard ulllerat Macgregor Knlpatrlck Presldent Lloyd Westlake Anthony Mannuccla Robert Wmgate Grace Wood ruff According to Freshman tradltlon we started off poorly but now we boast of havlng had the attendance cup for five months the Inspection plaque four weeks but we ve had only three weeks of perfect banking During March we gave a play Laff o Graph which added SD 90 to our class fund Before Mr Kurtznacker our flrst term advxser left our class we pre sented hum with a five dollar gold piece m an attempt to show how we would miss hrs ever ready companionship and helpfulness Qooperatlon of the OHICCYS of the class helped to malntam a record that future Freshman A classes will have to work hard to break Norman Townsend l'IluXn by XYllit" Sllllill . ' . 3 ' J ' Edith Waldemar, Vice-President . . A . . 19.30 .ellfll " , L' A I I Y A .Y flil I ll XX l qtnc o FRESHMAN B CLASS Advlser MISS Kellerhouse Marlon Bell Watson Bell MUTlCl Berthelson Allen Brown Lllllan Codlup LOUIS Furlllo ohn Gagllardl Martha Geraghty Helen Glerczynskl Donald McPhee Anthony Moccla Edlth Morse Mavbelle Welch OFFICERS Flrst Term ohn Gagllardl Presldent Marlon Bell VICC Presldent Lllllah Codlup Treasurer Wllllam Rlchardson Secretary People mal saw what Ill9X ple IGP about Flew Walter Parks Fannle Perlllo Wllllam Rlchardson oseph Russo Margaret Sanger Catherine Santore Lucllle Santore Harry Secor Hector Streyckmans Howard Streyclcmans Florence Stymus Harold Tracey Second Term Marlon Bell PfCSldCht Allen Brown VICC Presldent Lllllan Codlup Treasurer Wllllam Rlcharclson Secretarv hmell but weve had our share of l Ph: fl lay 'l ite . li honors too! XVe claimed the inspection plaque f0lll' times during the months of Feb- ruary and March. and also the attendance cup ill March. VVe like to have fun, but . - . S ' . ' .S ' T . ' . F. ' 'S . ' . - ' JSI .. ' . 1' " ,' -' I. 1 I " t , we YE een to ll that we were ln clas on time seal Olll how basketball team was lhlld ln the had to lllll pllde foul' substitutes Ol the 2111'- FIPIIZX nskl Iuvllle and Cathellne Qantore Dont Xtlll thlnlt that we too hale had a sunt were had only one tardlness thl standlllg of the high school and vue sarsltl team Marlon Bell Helen e tl1lxeal" Xxlllldm Rlc hard on 1930 ARDSLEYA X Charles Agnano May Berthelson Dorothy Brown Wesley Brown Dorothy Canavotto Alfred Canmng john Cannmg Fred Crane Anna Delmerrco Angellna DelVluro Dommrck DeNarclo Catherme Ehret Chrlstlan Frrschmann Chrnstmas Furlllo Wllllam Clerczynskl Wnlllam Coehren P1010 by VS hit Stu1 SOPHOMORE CLASS Ad vlser Mr l-lorend OFF IQERS Kathryn Jewell Arthur Kaercher Frances I.46ZlHSk Mary McConnell ames Mantello Ray Neary Evelyn Oatxs l.,ou1s Pascone Olnve Perclreaux Faluch Perlllo Nicky Petrolo George Ramen Mary Savmo Elizabeth Secor Stanley Travrs Berglthe Waldem Domxmck DeNardo Presxclent Wesley Brown Secretary YELL We have no yell' We have no yell' But when we yell we yell like Heal thy Sophomoresl N, ,,.J.r . , , , 1 ' ' e rio , . . . . . . ff Claire Swanston, Vice-President Charles Agnano, Treasurer . , , BI' 1950 ARIJSLEYAX 35 Pho 0 by RlZZ0lll Photo Serwxce JUNIOR CLASS Ad VISCI' MTS KlHdCTV3ttCf Rnchard Barr Robert Mathews Nellle Bennett Michael Paoluccl Rocco DeAngel1s Charles Quimby Susan DeLuca Augustus Reynolds Conchetta DeRosa Bessxe Robertson Secretary Rose Dnskm Vmcent Russo Raffaele DITCIIIZZI Loulse Slcrllano Vlce President Helen Gross Herman Stymus Edward Herlng Presldent Allan Townsend Wrllram Lawrence Ronald Townsend Treasurer Nuzlanto Leo ames Travis lsldore Verch From the beglnmng the JIIIIIOI' Class has been showmg great spxrlt The class oflicexs elected at the beglnmng ot the rear have done much to turther the plogress both educatlonallw and tinanclally One of the more brllllant ot the Junlors hlt upon an ldea for gettlng rxch qulck and suggested sellmg candw as both profitable and enyoyable It prmed a gleat success The Hlcksvllle Bungler w Ol ked IIS way mto town and as a class plaw w as pronounced a wow Thus our XX ashlngton Fund was so enrlched that next year we can srt back and watch the compound lntelest grow and grow Nluch of the success or thls class s due to the helpful guidance of 'Hrs kinder watter and we wlsh to acknowledge wlth grateful thanks her servlces to the Junlor Class of 1930 Rose Dlskln 1 - - t ' 2 ' , . . . . y Y - v 1 4 N - - ! A , . . U ' ' J' . . ' . - ' v v ' 7 U rt . , U , . . . V . v v 4 . 5 .. - , . 0 S MILLARD 'VHDONICK Pres1dent Mlldred And st1ll they gazed and st1ll the wonder grew That one small head should carry all he knew P1e ld8Ilt btudent f,0llllLll dlld 5511101 tlass Plu 0110 oc etw 9 lfwcutnt Co1111111ttee 3 9 XX 011 league Speakluf., fontest s ll T191 FRIEDA WELCH VICC Pres1dent Chloe A daughter of the gods dlvmely tall And most d1v1nely fan' assSe1retary 27 8 29 S6ll10lPldW 40 T1eas l'1gl11l1C1ade Plesldent 26 LletCl11h P1es1de11t 21 as kethall Team 99 '20 O1chest1a 30 BERNARD YOUNG Treasurer Bernle An affable and courteous gentleman l-lo11o1 Souetw 78 Class TIGASUIEI 9 '0 Baseball f ll 1 SQIIOI Pax 50 T1a1k Team Q xllll txel HELEN CODDINGTON Secretary Coddy H1Qh erected thoughts seated 1n a heart of courtesy H111101 5011615 9 Edltol lllflllef ot Ju111o1 t ass H S News 29 Tlatk Team W Class Seuetau 5 SH111411 Plas '50 Tunes Resealch toutest 40 16 19.3 -I R ll1'l.h'l'.l X . J . . S. - v I. h .A . , .MV Sen- ior aj '30, H 1' S ri Q '26, '27, '28, '2.g 11- ' -2 T ' , '2t, '2 3 ' ,- - ' ' Y .' Ali s ' '26, '28, '29. Cl' r ' ' , '2 , 'L 3 ' ' 'i , ' -5- 111'e1' of Ol'Cll9Stl'3 '30, Honor Society President '26, :'- 1- - ' 'L , ' ' 'gi B- . s' 'v 'L , . :ps - . L- v Q '2I ' ':l : . h- 1 T,-ax '28, '29, '33, 1' ' 1' j ': , -- -- - . ' 5 - '26, '27, '29, . 1 .' ,Y 'gk v ' .-' -1 ' ' ' . 11. ix. U Lvl A' . 'L ' - .- VL. Q V . A... .1 . ..v ':r0' f-Ira "-L ' ROBERT BARNETT Bobby am very fond of the company of laclles lesldellt Fleslllllall 11.155 TIGHSUIGI Iulllol Clam Xlenlbel ot Basketball llld Baseball Teams Ioul XBAIS lwllll lm 3 Hollol SOKIQLW XIEIIIIJQI '4 BEATRICE BELL Betty Falr treeses man s lmperlal race ensnare Baeketball S Q '0 Tlack Team '9 Julllol Play ' SEI 01 Plax 9 D SSKIELAIW Sopllonlole Class N llol Qoeletx two yells K et HELEN BERTHELSONJ Beth GIVE to the world the best that you have And the best wlll come back to you X ue Pl eeldellt and Plesldellt Htlllfil SOKIQIW -XSSISIAIII fxlllS B B Team SPCIQIBIX Qtudellt LOUIICII and Olmllew ' Q91 l P ax I Nlelllbel HlJll0l QOCIEYY se ell WBAIN Glll Szollts fue YPAIS OIQIIQSIIA W EDWIN BRAEM Eddle To my qulet Chester Stlll waters run deep I memory of happy hectlc Hollywood hours Letty 11101 DOLIQIX S9116 IN Hollol mletl -Mel ldlll Xlallagel llld NI:-lI1dg6I Boss B B Team Axslst alll adseltlslllg Nlallazel llld -Xdseltlslll, Nlllld. 91 Md Xdll NI1ll tlel bllolx IIIIQIIUCULOI W Nllllagel Sub QXID 11011 f fllllpalffll t'll10l P dX U IH ll'IlNl,l.l IX .57 . ..l . Il. .- , . . . v. . . . - . 1, .,. .Xlilx W Sli ' '26, '27, '25, 'I " j . .' 'Zo " '2f', 'Zu 'Sl , " f' 'L . ' ' ' 29, ' li ' '2., '31, C' 2' ' ' 'LM Ho ' . " ,' ' ,'.z 'l ' Club '2T. .. .. I-Zditol' and Editor-ill-Chief Ardsleyall, Assistant Manager v'. . , .- . - 1 ' . N 44 tra 'L.9, . lio' 1' j '29, 'Zig . ,' - . -' j h. V Af . .-.' ' - K' . -. ' . -.J .A.. . , . N 'L' I 'got ln . OK .. . . ' . . I1 V . .. H4 ' " -' j '26, '27, S " ta ' ' S 9 j '26, . . - . 'S' . .ii .E . . . '-.' Y A L . A V S- leh.. .A - 5 . - . . .Q-L-"Al . 1. - ' " L ',4 '30, 3 ' - ll g '22 . DL. ' II S I PATRICK COLLINS Pat l-lovs clmarmmg IS dlvme philosophy' Not harsh and crabbecl as dull folks suppose ut musical as IS Apollo s lute Xlm le Show I' 1 ss PISIIIPI 1 Team CHARLES CUDNEY Charlne And stlll l care not a pm What they salcl or may say 29 30 SBIIIOI' Play 30 JUIIIOI Play EDMUND GIERCZYNSKI For l am nothing nf not crltlcal Honor SOCITY 2 28 29 Baseball Team foul xears Basketball Team tluee WQHIS Tlatk Team 2 5 C11 cnlatxon Manager -X1dSl6'Y3ll 2 8 9 30 AdYGl IS mg Manager Senlol Play 30 JOSEPH LEONE J A llttle nonsense now and then ls rellshecl by the wisest men Tlack Team 29 30 Nl1nstrelShosw 29 Stage 'Klan ager Sen1o1 Play 30 Local Speaklng Contest 30 , v S 1.01.30 AR .',lu'I.lN , , , - B . . . ., . ' st' l S "2,, '27, '29, Clan: T1' as ' '27, '2S: Tru 'k 1 '28, '29. , , . Minstrel Show '26, '2T. '29g Member Honor Society '24, '28, '.. , I g ' ' , ' - ' '29. , . ,, - , ,. . , . . . -1, , - Y . -, .5 , . .- ..y . . V-T, 1: 0' ' .- - ' . - ' j '..7, '2 , '2 , ' 5 ' 't"- ' ' . v' .. .. , oe . . .. w 7 ? . ' v 7 n s - A -' x A ' ' v 7 - ' S , . F 3 I R U S 1 I I RUTH MATHEWS Rufus I long for a life of more leisure I rush through the day tlll lt feels As lf I am chasmg tomorrow Whale yesterday snaps at my heels ls B B Team 9 '11 Honor Souetw fire YERIS Pxetutne Lommlttee Q 'O Honor SOCl9ty Setletarv ' Jl 101 Plas 9 SGIIIOI Plas 30 Glrl Scouts four seals Olthestxa 79 MARY IVIOCCIA Marlanlxe I an counterfelt the deep tragedlan Speak and look back and pry on every slde Basketball Term 9 30 league Speaklng Contest SEIIIOI Plax 0 THOMAS MOCCIA Tommy I like to slup along the street But I should walk wlth stately stride Who started all this foollshness Of people actlng d1gn1f1ed5 Ouhestx 1 Member the xefus Band Nlemlmex 30 Honor Solletx NIEIHIJEI '-.ewen uns Tldck Team E0 NIIIISIIBI 10 Tlcket Nlantgex tor Senlol Play 30 GEORGE MUNCK Georgne QIIGDCC IS more eloquent than words Txeasuler Student Counul 9 30 Tlcket Nlanager 5611101 Plax 30 Honox SOCIQIQ 93 94 Q 9 J- 0 -Y 1' , L' 'AN 39 .. .. Y . , . . Gil- . . . '2.. ':, 1 - -' g ' 3 -, Q. . 'Y w - . up -.I I - v I, ' 29. ln' ' j '2., . ' ' ,' ' , ' ' - I 14 -, 4 xr '4 , ,, .. . , .. C . . . .. , . . . -., . , l '29, Local Speaking Contest '29, '30, Junior Play '29, . - , , ,., . , .l . tl at , .. . . . A s tv s. - -. 1 V v my Q " nw ,' . A . K, v qi ...' .. . . 'I V A ' K- A '26,'2T,'1,:"' '- 1 lt I if . .. . . .. .xl . . . -' '9 ' ' ' v A . ' ' - i' ' ', ' ' ' '.. , '.. , '2", '27, '3O. ' f BERTHA NORRIS Bert Hapoy l am from care lm free Why arent they all contented llke me' 11 'fl 59lll0l ll P ANTHONY SANTORE Tony So sweet the blush of bashfulneos E en p1ty scarce can wlsh xt less lm 1 11111 IN H1 Phill Te 11111 4111111 one N em El Il t1el 111111 Pldx P PAUL WADDELL Professor Behold the chlld by nature s kmdly law Pleas d wxth a rattle tlclcled wlth a straw ll le on fl Hillllll SOKIPIX Nlemhm 4111111 Nldndg S 11:11 dS ELLERY KAMKE Larry Nothing now IS left But a majestlc memory Niembm Hono1 Souets Pathetu News -SHIKI an Oxvhebtxa NI6U1llEl 96 O1 e ua Plesldent 29 'lllnstrel Pb H A Jollw good fellow .l. 0 ,rl R ll S I, If l' .el ,Y .. Y : . ! :4+1'1-+1:11'y Vlvt' fllllll '2T. .l1111i 1' l'lz1y 'L.. 1' ' ' l'l:rj 314, Tw. Tr: 'k 'I' am 'ZSL l ll. B. 'lean f ' yea as 1 21111 ' i +111-f. Basketball Captain '30, President .l1111io1' Class 'EE' ll 'S " tj M lm ' '20i. '2T. 'ZEN Mi s ' '2ti. 'LT 2143 Se ' - 'I,0. l Mi sl'l Sh ' '26, '2T. '2.3 ' 1' " Q , 203. P10 -' j . 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' '- , '27, '28, '293 'vh- 1!f.f ll .slHIiSLt1p'l','l .Y 41 I THE SENIOR PLAY ust before Chrxstmas the S mor Class began to talk about the bug event of the year the Senior Play Luke all Gossip the news leaked out that the Class had chosen a slde splrfhnz farce by Anlta Loos and ohn Emerson About the first of Fg ruary practices started and then the advertising manager commenced to do hrs talking On March 7 the play The Whole Town s Talklnv was vxven and the whole town IS stall talking' The cast tned to count the 5 backstage but found the task xmpos slble Ardsley s oldest resldents proclalmed lt the best yet and one crntlc sand l laughe so hard l nearlv dropped the baby' Due to lack of broadcasting facllltles the Senior Class prlnts Its hnal talk nts vratltude for the hearty cooperation and response of the townsfolk And as a final admonltnon to future Sennor Classes A poor dress re hearsal predxcts an excellent production Ruth Mathews l 31 w l'll4rIw lay fliZ'.IIllu l'llHIH Sv-l'Yf v'-' sm QM I J . 3 - " Q., X . 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J ll -el If li S I, lu' I' ,I X CORNELL IVIr Horend s Alma Mater KEEPING TRACK OF OUR ALUMNI Paul Agnano Vito Barblerl Raymond Barnett Robert Berthelson Kathryn Brooks Gertrude Brown Ruth Brown Theodora Brown Edwin Bruce IVIIIIOD Cltron Constance Clayton Stafford Clayton Vxolet Codlup Gladys Eaton 'VIary Geraghty Thelma I-Iallahan IVIath1Ida Hunlck Stewart Kamke Mrs Stewart Kamke Dorothy Lackman Alex Mussa DOn1lHlCk Paoluccl Samuel Reynolds Ruth Roberts D Earle Santore Rxchard Speed Floyd Stymus ames Taylor Dorothy Underhill Gertrude Walter Charles Wilson ASSlSfS has father rn contractmg Ambxtlous Freshman at CornelI Works whlle studymg Iaw Works wh1Ie studymg architecture Stenographer and typlst New York CentraI Rallroad Guarantee Trust Co of New York Wllson Index Comoany C0mmerc1aI Art School New York UHIVCTGIIY Senior at State College unlor at Wesleyan IVIethod1st Book Co 'ncern Stenographer and ty px t Eastman Games Busmess School Sterographer and typlst Stenographer and typlst Studebaker Sales Company Stewxe s Better Half New York Central Railroad Works whlle attend ng college New York School of DCSIQD Scxentlfic farming Vnllage library assxstant Attends Savage College S1 n Iettermg and palntmg New York Central Railroad EICCKYICIBD Gym teacher ID Mount Vernon Attends Mount I-Iolyoke Colle e Whlte Plains Herald Fneda Welch 30 I - - - - I ' 1. . - - - - - - 1 r V A. b. - - .. - - - A x K' -S John Geraghty ----- Attends Columbia College A - - , n 1 , . Q I V - - - - - - '.g . . . I 1 n - - - - . . I 1930 A I3llSl,lu'Y.l .Y 45 3 I SE -A1-Z Yo me J Th CLOSE lk M -X A IGR L7 SHIN TEN T IP -rH5Y'ns our V 730 'YT 5-ENIORD f PFTE VARE FOR wASH'NGTaN V! Tm? f E LUNQH Nm? f Z-,...-1 FR'lE'7A Bin? wean II COUNTS SFPUNG Hgrf csvzry CHKCHFNQ 1 Pg WASH W SH ,441 V15 W 1-.1NLox.N MV-VVRNWX AIUBUY FL ill MMV CLIF KES-Q?-Q up 4:-w-Q24-Q-QQAK'-A 5' H SANToRe TAKES A Dnp f IN PQTQMAC f Boyg KIND THA1 T'HRow fu I5 ar :I BFTTER THAN Rauffvg 5555 gk A HOME vfrpq 7,95 Q21-lil-PDHX' f h If li' P Q2 I 5 I H' I I tw. mag uk- Illksvl I Vl5lT WASHXNG TON S l'1ANSno N mr VERNON' 9 il' ,-" ' I i. J 5 ' m Q- 'if' f X T-1 , ,: , 00 X 'ff' f fn? 2 -LTS . lf .,T X I if 'is ig rv fail "FU-M 1 6 if 5 esseg -E K ,f' 7 E ' M ---jf ' ujaaaaaiq- AT E HT -+-- -4 ' ,Q A 5: T W ..A, -, dw l , G5 J- 1-1' n 1 g' 1' 5 A 0 5 -.-I ' . ,. " -2, ,, ,-,',4"l avr? . 1 ' 7.'f . '-- ' N K - fy -1- 1 I -. 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Alll 'l.l'.'Y,l X' COMPLIIVIENTS THF VILLAGE BQARD ARDSLEY NEW YORK of of 7 I ': L4 .Ill 'l.l'f3 X COIVIPLIMENTS QTAUFFER CHENHC AL CO Incorporated 1 I of L., 1 if 1 . .. ,Ill 'l.l','I,I,X WIQSTCHIFSTLR SERVICE CORPORATION COAL FUEL OIL HAY AND GRAIN BUILDERS SUPPLIES CHE5- we lg! is smvlcrz conPoRATloN A d I y D TELEPHONE DOBBS FERRY 48 I 11 I -1 x J I L 4 .1 9 K Q f ox r s e ivision 1 U yglll IN I In All ILS Branches lOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH GOOD XY ORK MAY WE SERVE YOLJ DUBBQ FERRY REGISTER Telephone 124 DOBBS FERRY N Y We wish to thank our patrons who have been so enerous ln their response the merchants and buslness men advertlsln our Year Book and all those whose efforts have axded us ln making the Ardsleyan a successful and representatlve publl catlon Vi e commend the Advertisers to our readers ADVERTISING MANAGER f rf 1 U11 lfl.f'l .l l.'l1Nl,l-.' lfl ,X . . I -1. f? LT.- 1 :P-,' 14 I- "STV 8: R xv l I , , f I. L., lllvflll l". flHAll.X.Xl. l'lIlhliSllr1l' , . . 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Swanston ' , , a. m 1 ' 1' 'Q UNI' .-Ilf1"'ffsfrx l!1.:f1 ,I l.'lH4l.l,'I IX ANC US MQPHFE PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR Ilm Street Oppoelte Xrclsley St IIIOII ARDSLEY N Y Ieleplwone Doha Verrx I9-I To All Veterans of the Vvorlcl War I mu Arc C rclx lly lnutecl I0 Attend the Meetln t ARDSLEY POST 458 AMERICAN LEGION On tlme Ixrt lueeclax of Every Month Legion Building Ardsley Square lil 1 U ll I , . 1 4 lf il ,, gl ,W . . t A . . . c I1 ll li ' 1 ' ' I " , ls -I If la Il 'c . ffm '21 H' V, H Q I Q ,' gsoh , Y Y 'TS " e 1. , , I 1, . . . li gl le '1 1014.2 llf' :rfrfs N Tlph arm EARLE C B1 OUIN GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ARDSL EY W Y Estlmates Cheerfullv Lnven obblng promptly Attended To HEATHER DELL FARM WHOLESALE FLORIST Phone Dobbs Ferry I-44 ARDSLEY N Y ohn Canning Manager lim Un ll 4' 1.910 Allll'l,lLT,l,X ee one Dob s e 1' -340 fi I i I F i F i R V T V T I: 14 ' J ' 'S I! is I! ll ml i il I i fi 1, li V 1 I J ,. . 3 I '17 1721.21 ' ,Pi 1' Aff: Y IHJU .l l.'l1Nl,lp'lfl X Vvorthlnvton lqarms DHIYV oseph Co ms Prop GRADE A PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM You Can Yvlup Our Cream But You Cant Beat Our lVl1lk CALL DOBBS FERRY 188 FOR SERVICE BROOKS HOWARD G BROOKS V"'x"S'7 Q BROOKS LV L? ARDSLEY PHARMACY rj Ardsley N Y Home Remedies Eastman Kodalcs Flavorm Extracts Vlflutmans Chocolate Try the -Xrdsley Pharmacy Fnrst For Your Dru Store Needs Readmore Llbrar Devoes Pamts 5 I If ll fl! ll fl . . -1 :J V bl UU' oo ' ' , I K Y ,fig 'lngnlff l Yi' A , X , 'V X umm ,mv PRODUCTS , . . . 7 . . g J c S .. I Y . H , n , - Y li , l I1 3 l l , l '1 ru, 'jr' If A 1 Hr Axrrx Telephone 87 Metal C6lllI1gS FLLIOT1 BRAY TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORKS ROOI INJC RI PAIRIINC SlxYI ICHIS DOBBS FERRY N Y Knovxlecl e is useless unle s xou Lan use lt to the best aclvanta COVIPLIMENTS OF ROBERFI WINGATF SAXX VIILL RIX ER ROAD -XRDSLEX N X I f 1 Ill ll 11 lfl.fU ,lla'llNl,l.ll l X . . 7 -I , . J R ' T rs ' ,E " 1 1. A A 1 - J Range and ljurnare Xxvork , . . gen 7 f 1 f' A 1 ' ,' . . l . . 'Il llfllllfl ll' , I l'f14 .SllN IYIJH llffl-Y f.l, 5 ,lX afggzif..2ffjB'..L'..e'f' ROBERT M JOHNSTON VI ORISI AND CROW FR 295 Ashford Avenue Dobbs Ferry N Y ICIGPIIOIIC L DD J l f'I'lX ohn C S qvvanston, lm 439 Ashford Avenue Dobbs Ferry N Y fx Etxte In uruu If In lff M A f: Dqlls J ,O f BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS Rel lse S 1 ' Compllments ROSEWOOD MARKET Ardsley N Y W3 xy Tel Dobbs Ferry 7 D m PHOTOGRAPHERS 220 West 42nd Street New York Photo raphers for the 1930 Ardsleyan McCARTNEY 81 AGNANO General Bullders Aldsley Square Ardsley 'Xl H Do You Vkant the BEST J ROMEO AND JULIET SUBLIME LUCCA OLIVE O L B L OSTERGAARD Ardslev N Y l If 1 UH "U lfklfl ,I fn' HN LIL' ,Al ,Y N Y 1 . 5 1 of , HU PM f- ,Xl 'VXI 'l'N'fY fl'II,I INI 1 1 1 , . . I ' . Qi . . ' . g004 I'l'olnpt IDvIiu'l'i1-s rl- 1,11 I ,, I II.. If . ji ll 3 X f Y Y , , h 7 7 1 A i I . . ' Y Y i I 1 Jill-:Vs -A as 1, S 'I.I,'I .- vril-:1.1'H1 Nr-3 K N--xx' Ymlx , 0 glow, ln' i D f 1 . . Y V 5 A " ' ' I ll il 'I l'fIIl.:' 1' .lrlVr1'l1'xr1'.g '01 DR ARTHUR REUTHER x mm or Plano Cello Composing Prlvate Studio OWLIND ARDSLEY NY v K Real Estate Homes Plots Acreage THE ARDSLEY BARBER SHOP Specnal Attentlon to Ladles and Cluldren DOIUlDlCk Lamattma R xl PH uzox r Cleanmg Pressing Repalrmg Saw lVl1ll Rrver Road Ardsley N Y MRS A C GUDEN Plano Instructor Ardsley N Y NICOLAS KOENIC Teacher Sololt Concluctor European Method and lndlvld ual Lessons UH OXX N Compllments ROSEWOOD BARBER SHOP DOn1CHlCk DCSIHIOHC XXII An elo DelVl1lo Prop Ohn Dalecserlo Ardsley N Y Pr IOIII Ou If IJ-3 . If US Lla' lfl N 4 1 l TIC: 1' 1 ' l ,1 , , . ' ' ' I I I - s v f:ll'2llllI1ll1' of ilu' Royal High Svlluul of Nlusiv, llvrlin 'I's'lefphm1e: Dobbs Ferry 2-194' y v N 1 . s l ' 1 , . . X ll' : Dobbs F4-1'1'y 253-M --Ah --M--w-f -- B ,-. ARDSLEY TAILOR 3 . , . Ji Q , S , . . . . Violin and Snxnphom- Instr-uvriun , , ' - . . llYt'l1l2l. FI't'I1l'll Dry f'lt'3Illl1Si. Etc: V' Fur' Appoilltlnvnts v ' - TAI 1? i ' I W ru of l Q r ' r 1 , . . .lf " 'CL' 1' .411 ' 1'fi.sf1'S l'fIllllllllX 41 WESTCHESTER GARAGE WILLIAM HENNESY Repalrmg and Towmg Pl LNIBIINC, AND HE XIINC CONTRACTOR Ardsley N Y SCYVILC 'xt Your Q 111 O Q. XS C RF XSl le S ETYX 71 Ardsley N Y THE ARDSLEY MARKET CHARLES GROFFMAN If Y Electrical Contractor Rb C l l OL incl l ROX ISIOXS Could Xu mm lmrrx N K lDOlDU KYYX I 1 1 -I . A, N . Lv V. Q xl NtxN.xIzlriI.l.11 J . '. lx ' lbXYUIlNl4iH'I' A A A 'H-31,1111 H xlib- lul lil lfllllllil' 1171--1.E24il 1 , . . un W v ' 'Q v' 7 Il., , 1 ' Phu: .1 bc- If- 4' -93 , . . i fi l".r1 'st Vlqocwo, lj wp. l ts Tll- Y lfxl-ywlnillg ill l'1l11I"i1:ll , .livplialln VN ll NIIQX 1. 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Ifi .ld .x W,-ml. m,2,1,:4 ' lffl- 'Q fy ffff ,.x,' 111.111 ll'l1N'll'3 '.lX Compliments of FRESHMAN A CLASS Complxments SOPHOMORE CLASS Compliments of FRESHMAN CLASS B Compllmenta JUNIOR CLASS of of l'rllz'rnlfZ Ulu' .lfff'f,ffl'.wm' 19.10 ,1l.'lI-S l,l',3,lX 1 I Q I C 1 N Cwulnpliliwxmts of SENIOR CLASS 117111116 CENTRAL LUNCH Lind Bmthersw Garage lx' lrIlI'4hll x I rn Chrysler Sales and Service X - I XICISLEW Squx Xxfsfx N Q ompllmcnt B L OSTERGAARD GFOCCTICS lf fl llf f ' Q V' , are . -le-l Y. fur-.1-H Q1-1 r i . . I S QNOII A 'IMS of of 'ff ,'r,,,fj1 uf' , ffff fxrfx lihffl IIFHNI l"Y I X A , . . Complimentr Compliment WILBUR McDOWELL ANGELO DeROSA Comphment MAT FARRELL Compllment BILL DRISCOLL Chrysler Salesman Compllments of HARRY SECOR Dealer ln Hygela Ice Compllments DR C R MARSHALI Dental Surgeon Compllments WES and PETE Qhrysler SCTVICC Complxments VITO LEO Shoe Repairing ork Done bx Electrxcltv lf 1 ll II 6 . S of of . I S . of of . S . of of L6 79 C6 77 of IDUHISS FIAIIIIKY. X. Y. ' I mnv' 334 Y' 1 X 4 'fl frm 'If 1' .lf1rI'f'!f.w'1.v COIIIQIIIHCDIQ f GRADE ONE A C ompllmf-nts f GRADE TWO cm 9 mu wt FRADE FOUR C OIHPIIIUCUIQ f GRADE SIX IN J xmcx GRADE EIGHT Compliments of MRS LIDA M REYNOLDS Q JIIIPIIIHCTITS f FRANK COGGINS Qompllments of LILLIAN MUNCK C Ol'1lpllIUCI1fS of GRADE ONE B UIIIPIXIIICIT GRADE THREE nmpluucut GRADE FIVE C ompllmcnts of GRADE SEVEN COIIIPIIXHFUTS cf DR G Q JOHNSTON Comphments of JOHN VREDENBURGH Compllmenti of DOMINICK BARBIERI Comphment f ROSANIO CHENARD ll U I IIIJU .1 lfll-N'l.l'.'3'.l X ,f I E ca' D ' J l ' ' A , 0- Cr A is of CU fl' fl s of fc ' X S fri' .1 T A , 0- T ' ' K A CD0 fl' ' HS nf ,T A . S 3- ,1 . O- ' x A N ' A , ' s on 'rl l'1llll-1' Ill' , 1f1'f1'ffxr1'x CompI1ments f THE WILMAC BAKING CORP Xrdslej, Squxre COITIIDIIIDCYIIQ of HELEN THOMPSON Comphments of RUBIN COOK Comphments of MARJORIE WILLOUGHBY Comphments of JOHN BERRIGAN Compliments of MARY PASCONE COUTQIIHHCDIQ of TONY TINO HENRY C LAUTERBACH Comm and Portralt Photography I03 Mun Street DQBBS I ITRRY N Y Compliments of ELIZABETH OAKES Comphments of ALEX MACKENZIE Comphments of MARY DE ROSA Complxments of HANS ROESER Comphments of MICHAEL PERILLO Comphments of ROBERT ROTH l'f1l1mf1 1 UH, IIIIYIIINVIS VN' l.'f.fll .I l.'ll.N'l.l','I'.I X In I O . I . QI . I It 2 I li x' 'I' ' 2 , V T A v '. . xr' 'IR-I, lbolrlhx I-'vrry 1221!-.I E I A ii .I 0 I - . lfhfff ,l l.'llSl,l, 3 ,IX The Faculiy 15 Back of fha Ardslcyon 100 "rl Slrong FRANCES L. FERGUSON MABEL M. CLAYTON HARRIFI S EDWARDS ANNA J FLINT HARLAN A THOMAS ELINOR C BUELL MABEL KELLERHOUSE ADELINE RUSSELL GLADYS HAPGOOD C VN HOREND JR HELEN M SILLIMAN ETHEL FARNHAM EMILY A. EHLER ETHEL TRYON MARY QUIMBY GRACE KINDERVATTER ELEANOR DAVIS HELEN DANGREMOND FLORENCE BENNETT CELIA CONKLIN ARTHUR W SILLIMAN KENNETH BROWN lf II Il AL . . ' . I, u 0 , u . 'fl ltfillff 1' ,lrfVI1'll'x1 fx l I Complzmenis of ifze Alumnz MARY GERAGHTY DOROTHY UNDERHILL KATHRYN BROOKS GERTRUDE WALTER RUTH BROWN ALEX MUSA MR STUART KAMKE RUTH ROBERTS ROBERT BERTHELSON JAMES TAYLOR RICHARD SPEED MILTON CITRON THEODORA BROWN DOROTHY LACKMAN JOHN GERAGHTY GLADYS EATON GERTRUDE BROWN THELMA HALLAHAN MRS STUART KAMKE VITO BARBIERI SAM REYNOLDS CHARLES WILSON FLOYD STYMUS RAYMOND BARNETT lf Il I U l-'VIH I i I I I - i ' J l I u i I 'Il runigf lr ,1fIrrrli,w rs lfhffl ll.'llNl,l'f3 IN 141u1nni PAUL AGNANO D EARLE SANTORE MATILDA HUNICK CONSTANCE CLAYTON Compliments o LILLIAN ROBERTSON C lIllpllIIlt'I1f of SARAH PASCONF Compliments of ARNOLD BROWN FLORENCE BROWN Cbnhnued VIOLET CODLUP EDWIN BRUCE DOMINIC PAOLUCCI STAFFORD CLAYTON Compllments of MARGARET PASCONE Compllment of BEN BROWN Complxment of NORMAN SARGENT JACK TELLER lu 1 . E 7 :T - xi in ' , s T T I s 1 ! ' 4 w V , . S . 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