Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1938
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THE OLD SCHOOL4 AND THE NEW SCHOOL
The purpose of this book is to perpetuate our love for our Alma Mater and to
recall the fond memories of pleasures and lnti ate friendships during our years at
Ardsley High In the after years when tne shadows of llfe's evening begin to
lengthen, we hope that these will brlng bacl tender rerlnders of life at Ardsley
This year we have tried to carry out a certain there, narely, that of our early
Amerlcan history Each class contributed material tracing thelr conception and
pic urlng the development of our country
Ardsley used to be known as Ashford, so called because of a large ash tree
which stood near a ford in the Saw Iill River. Jhen appllcatlon was made for the
establishment of a Post Office, it was found that another town by that name already
existed in the state Cyrus W Field of cable fame, who lived nearby, suggested
that it be named Ardsley after his ancestral home in England. his suggestion was
adopted On our borders are portrayed the rome of Cyrus n Field, situated in
Ardsley on Hudson,and the ship, the 'Great Easterner,n as it laid the first cable
across the ocean
We owe a debt of gratltude to a number of persons who helped to make this year's
Ardsleyan a success We wish to express our sincere thanks to miss Clayton, Miss
Davis, Miss Robbie, Miss Buell, Mr Iann, ard lr. Duke for thelr untiring efforts.
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SIOGRA PI Or TEE CLASS OU 1958
For eight long vears, the Senior Class of l 68 had looked forward to entering
the land of Utopia High School After stepping on the threshold of this land, we
found it to be immensely different from that of our previous years Howexer, with
out much difficulty we soon adjusted ourselves to this new environment, and set out
to achieve success
During our Freshman and Sophomore years, we carrled out the usual activities of
cake sales and movies which proxed successful Also in our Sophomore year we won the
five pound box of candy offered to the class wklch sold the greatest number of maga
zines in the subscription campaign In our Junior year we realized the nece sity of
getting down to business Our 8CtiVlt1eS during this year were of a considerably
wider scope One of the ore brilllant Juniors hit upon an idea for getting rich
quick, and suggested we Fife a talking movie lhis ente prise and several cake sales
helped to swell our bank account
As in previous years, it is the custom ol the Junior Class to publish the year
book, The Ardsleyan The
book than ln previous years
ing efforts of hlss Clayton
rendered tteir time to make
Class of 1938 set out to rake this a bigger ard better
Our success in this undertaling was due to the untir
and other merbers of the faculty, wko so generously
our book a success Thus the Ardsle an enriched our
Washington Trip Fund, and we eacerly watched the compound lnterest grow and grow
Due to the spirit of the pupils and especially to the efforts of the class officers,
our Junior year was a most successful one
Our basketball records for this year were very satlsfactory and we ende vored
to continue improvinf the
At last as we became dignified Seniors, we looked forward lth the greatest
expectations to our Washington Trip We elected the following class officers for
this year Laura Brown, president, Paul Seltz, vice presldent, Yildred Yoenic,
secretary, and Wallace Perrin, treasurer we began this year prosperously wlth an
Hence, we saw
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gratifying and successful subscriptlon campaign Iavinc received the
support, we rewarded the students wltk a party and individual prizes
Washington, our dream, not so far off n the dista As the second
our Senior year, we pre ented a benelit movie at the Embassy theater
responsive audience Because tLlS proved to be a very satisfactory
means of making money, the Senlors decided to give another benellt later in the year
After Christmas, the Senior Class began to talk about the big event of the year
the Senior pla, Like all gossip, the news lealec ou that the class had chosen a
side splitting farce,
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A Howling Success ne began practice early ln March and
a most successful ore, and we extend to Niss uell, our faith
hearty and sincere thanks for ner never fallln efforts in
Plans were made for our Washington lrip be nnlrr on Aprll 18 and extending to
April 22 We have eagerly looked forward to tkis trlp for four long years and are
certain we shall have a wonderful tlme
The net is weavlng closely around us, and it will soon be t me for us, the Class
of 1958, to leave 'tis l nd of btopla and enter the unknown Je can only say tkat
the memories of Ardsley lgh Sczool will linfer wit: us throughout our live
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LAURA BROWN Minstrel '55
Outdoor Club '56
Vice-president Honor Society '55
Honor Society 10 years
Third Degree '55, '56, '57, '58
Student Council '55, '56, '57, '58
Vice-president Student Council '56,
First Basketball Team '55, '56, '57, '58
President Honor Society '56, '57, '58
Vice-president Class '55, '56, '57
President Class '55, '58
Advertising Manager Ardsleyan '57
Athletic Club '56
Girl Scouts '55, '56, '57, '58
MILDRED KOENIG Senior Play '58
Junior Play '55
Dramatic Club '56, '57
Class Secretary '55, '56, '57, '58
Honor Society 10 years
Editor of Ardsleyan '57
Third Degree '58
Glee Club '58
First Basketball Team ' 7 '58
Second Basketball Tear '56
Puolic Speaking Contest '55, 6
ROSINA PAOLUCCI Junior Play '55
Honor Society 9 years
Third Degree '57, 58
School News Reporter '55, '56, '57
Glee Club '57, '58
Ardsleyan Typist '57
Publicity Chalrman Ardsleyan '57
Knitting Club 'sv
GLADYS LOCUT Senior Play '58
Junior Play '56
Second Team Basketball '55,
First Team Basketball '57
Speaking Contest '57
Assistant Editor Ardsleyan '57
Glee Club 58
Girl Scouts '55, '56
honor Society '55, '56, '57
Third Degree '58
Draratic Club '57
LEJIS TRAVIS Junior Play '5
Dramatlc Club '56, '57
Orchestra '55, '56, '57 '58
President of Orchestra 58
Art Editor of Ardsleyan '57
Boy Scouts '55, '56
EUGENE DOWNEY Junior Varsity Basket
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PAUL SEITZ Third Degree '58
Riding Club '56
Orchestra 6 years
Honor Society 6 years
Senior Play '57, '58
Boy Scouts 6 years
Class Vice-president '58
Student Council President '58
Assistant Editor Ardsleyan '57
HELEN LINDAUER Junior Play '56
Junior Play '55
Basketball '55, '56, '57
Athletic Club '56, '57
Honor Society '55
WALLACE PERHIN Class President '55
Class Treasurer '58
Junior Varsity Basketball '57, '58
Boy Scouts '54, '55, '56, '57
THOMAS F. MACK Senior Play '58
Freshman Play '54
Camera Club '56, '57
Class Reporter '57, 58
Honor Society 10 years
Third Degree 2 years
Boy scouts '55, '36, '57, '38
ELEANOR FRENCH Junior Play
Basketball '55, '56, '57, '58
Circulation Manager Ardsleyan
Dramatic Club '57
Social Club '56
Athletic Club '56, '57
ANN MOCCIA Senior Play
Honor Society '57, '58
Class Secretary '55, '56
Dramatic Club '56
Social Club '57
Typist for Ardsleyan '57
ELEANOR GERAGHTY Vice president
Student Council '55 '56
DAVID GERAGHTY Athletic Club '56
Class Treasurer '55
Class President '56
Basketball '56, '57, '58
JACK ASZMUS Freshman Play '55
Junior Play '55
Boy Scouts 5 years
Outdoor Club '56, '57
MARION SEITZ Junior Play '
Girl Scouts 4 years
Secretary Social Club '56
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Outdoor Club '57
Honor Society 5 years
Camera Club '57
Business Manager Ardsleyan '57
Business Manager Subscription
Boy Scouts '55, '57
Inter class Basketball '57
Stage Manager Senior Play '58
Freshman Play '57
JOSEPHINE ALLEN Junior Play
Junior Play '56
Dramatic Club '56
Knitting Club '56, '57
Senior Play 58
Glee Club '58
Honor Society 8 years
PATSEY FURILLA Basketball Varsity '55,
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VINCENT AGNANO President Boy
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LILLIAN LEFURGY Junior Play '55
Knitting Club '57
Typist for Ardsleyan '57
Glee Club '58
Social Club '57
ALETA REID Honor Society '58
Knitting Club '56
Girl Scouts 5 years
Advertising Com ittee Ardsleyan '57
CATHERINE MACKENZIE Minstrel '55
Senior Play '58
First Basketball Team '55, '56, '57,
Glee Club '58
Athletic Club '56, '57
Cheer Leader '57, '58
Transferred from Dobbs Ferry High
PAUL STORM Minstrel '55
Vice president '55
Class Treasurer '57
Junior Varsity Basketball '57, '58
Athletic WILLIAM CONIORS Senior Play
Manager Basketball Team '55
Varsity Basketball '55, '56, '57, 58
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Top Row Patsey Agnano, Ralph Santore, Joseph Addorisio, Charles Swanston
Charles Duda, John Frischmann, Bradford Stevens, James Mackenzie, John Renda,
Second Row Constance Zito, Moira Keane, Christine Grandolfi, Abbie Fritche
Margaret IcFenry, Marjorie Conover, Ann Daley, Phyllis Campbe11,V1ola Wilbur.
Third Row Freda Mille, Annmarie Hagopian, Isabel Ward, Gloria Canning, Clara
maori, Ulanche Allen, Catherine Casadorte, Edith Frischmann, Angelina Dehichele
The Junior Class has made notable progress during the last year under the able
guidance of i s Clayton
The officers of the class for the year are President, Abbie Fritche, Vice
President, Bradford Stevens, Secretary, Freda Wille, Treasurer, Clara maori
In the annual Subscription Campaign we won the prize for having sold the great
est number of subscriptions.
Over half of our class are members of the Honor Society, and two are members
of the Third Degree.
During the year we sponsored a movie and a cake sale which were very successful
We shall endeavor to keep up the good work so as to increase our Washington Trip
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Mary Addorisio, Rosemarie Beet, Gladys hcCartney, Esmee Clark, Ruth LeFeo, Puth
Second Row Walter Wimizal, William Phillips, Wayuan Davis, route fanisfer
Robert Seitz, Howard Frischmann, Nicholas Juback, W1lliam Rooney, Iarren Nemecek
Third now Harry Knies, Frank Gierczynski, Frank Pascone, Joseph Demardo
Twenty seven ambitious Sophomore returned to school last September At our
first class meeting Ruth Cubler was elected president, William Phillips, vice
president, Nicholas Juback, secretary, and Jayman Davis, treasurer
Naturally our first Ujobn was to initiate the incoming Freshmen. We found the
majority of them good sports
Conscious that our Washington trip was drawing nearer we presented a fairly
successful afternoon program featuring Chief 'unflower Later in April we held
an Easter Egg and Cake Sale In addition, we sold Schrafft's candy at the home
We are well represented in the Honor Society and are enthusiastic inter class
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ecdHH'Row Shirley Conover, Carl Scharf, James Petrola, Ralph DeNike
Thfrd Row Constance NacDiarmid, Nicholas Lancellotti, Walter Lefurgy, Jr ,
Jacqueline Grant, Spaldlng Warren, Ruth Cudney
when we entered the Sophomore B class, we had an enrollment of twelve pupils.
Jacqueline Grant then came to us, and we now have thirteen
During the year we sponsored a movie ' Our next project will be a food sale
which we are presenting Jointly with the Sophomore A class We were also the first
winners of the P m A award in high school this year
Many of our boys were on the basketball team and the girls also participated in
inter class sports
Our class officers for the first term were President, James Petrola, vice
president, Marie Downey, and Secretary, Marianna Frischmann For the second semester
President, larianna Prischhann, V1ce president, Ralph DeNike, and Secretary,
Cons ance IacDiarmid
We are sorry that our usual teacher, hiss Fapgood, could not be with us the
whole year because of her illness, but Mr Pering was a good substitute
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Top Row Walter Vernon, Forrest Eaulieu, N1lliam Casadonte, V1ncent Mantello
econd Row Howard decor, Graham Bell, Douglas Nckirgan, Thomas Geraghty,
Oliver Erfnkerhoff, Joseph Belarge
Third Row Dorothy McHenry, Paul Nelson, Kathryn Bassett, Livio Crisi, Anna
Agnano, Thomas Norton, Angelina Paolucci, Robert Ju1llerat,Kathryn Baker
The former Eighth Grade returned to school to find that they were
two groups, the Academic group and the Business group Our group, the
has 20 members Of these two are newcomers, Thomas Norton and Iathryn
Before many days passed, the time for the Freshman Initiation was
of us took it all in a good spirit and had a lot of fun out of lt
at hand most
Our first important actlvity was a movie This was a success, and we were amply
repaid for our labor Later on we held a food
The gala event of the second semester was
presented by nBrad Barker of radio fame All
earning money for our Washington Trip
We have been enthusiastic partlcipants lh
not make any brllliant record
sale, sellir rany delicious ttlngs
a technlcolor talkie of a circus
these enterprises helped greatly 1F
Inter class Basketball although we did
Many of our class are in the honor Qociety and a goodly number have received
their class awards
The officers of our class are Graham Bell, President, Angelina Paoluccl,
Vice president, Anna Agnano, Secretary, and Robert Juillerat, Treasurer All of
these have done a splendid Job ln carrying out the class dutle
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mon Row Louis rilomena, ceorge Hauptman, George Duryea, LOm1HlCk Spano,
Rlohara Iader, John broth, Josepk Pavone, Charles Aszmus, lichael Spano
Second Pow Nicholas Scallero, Lorothea Ldwards, Marie Belarge, Anna Anselm
Anna hrinkerhoff, Lvelyn Laton, Secretary, Sarah Pascone, Rice Presldent and Ieporter,
Ierta Pisa, red Wilbur
Third Row Carmine Palermo, Edwin Wheeler, Treasurer, Joseph Delmerico, Alfreda
Crotr, June isenhauer, Reporter, A1106 Lutz, Rlchard Pearce, Edward behike, Herbert
rourth How John Baron, Chester hOVl61lO, Wllliam Waddell, Nevins Brown, Frank
Petrola Iou'1T'Caporale, Presidert
Vost of the members are taking the business course
Lany puplls recelved honor awards and two were initiated into the Honor Society
The class participated 1U the Senior Subscription Campaign ana went over their quota
Our chlef project has been the sale of Christmas Cards, and we nade quite a
proflt The Freshman motrers are now planning a card party for the class, and our
next progect will be a food sale, and tre selling of paper savers
doth the beds and girls lntcr class basletball tears have made a remarkably good
record On the second team for the glrls are Sarah Pascone, Anna nrinkerhoff, Marie
elarge, and velyn naton Of the bovs, Chester Noviello and Herbert Travis made
the Jarsity leam The bovs' inter class team is at the top of the list
Quite a number of the class are members of the Orckestra, band, ana Glee Club
he have a number of intere ted candldates for baseball, golf, and track teams
Tre home Room Committee has lept the bulletin boards and decorations arranged and
LR very good order
Je intend to carry on with high school honors throughout olr high school course
ana look forward to our Washington trip
Reported by nvelyn Eaton, June Eisenhauer, Edwin Nheeler
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The annual Scout Circus and Parade, headed by the Scout Fife, Drum and
Bugle Corps of Tarrytown.
Mildred Koenig and Paul Seitz represent Ardsley at Greenburgh League
Public Speaking Contest held at Irvington.
Orchestra and Glee Club entertain at a concert for their friends.
Alfred Crisi chosen valedictorian for the Class of l937 and Erna Groth,
salutatorian. The speakers chosen by the class for the commencement
are Mary Grandolfi, Howard Auld, Margaret Heller, and Rodney Ferguson.
The Honor Society enjoys its annual picnic and treasure hunt.
Members of the Junior Student Council enjoy a fine picnic at Clarence
Fahnestock Memorial Park.
Members of the Third Degree of the Honor Society, entertained by their
adviser, Mrs. Farnham, at her home in Scarborough.
Final Honor Assembly is held at nine o'clock and the school days again
QPBW to a close for the summer
Senior graduation exercises held
Tre student body returns, P6fT6ST6G and f lled with new enthuslasm,
ready to galn new knowledge ard set new records for A F S
Subscript on Lampaignl Once more a furious battle is waged between
classes T e day of the V6PQlCt comes wlth the announcement of the
sales ever made and tke Junior and Sophomore Classes carrying off
the high honors
September 24 The
orchestra organizes under its new instructor, Tr Nitchell C
Vincent Several new members have Joined, and it looks like another
successful year for the group
ball by the fa
After a successful year as scoutmaster, Nr Mann turns hls duties over
to lr Ken Brown, newly appolntec scoutmaster
Tre Railroad A C tame tle Braintrusters Ifacultvl 1Ut0 CSMP 21 9 to
wln tke soft tall champlonship Tre vlctors are presented with a soft
The Social Clmb s sponsorin an elglt lessor coxrse in soclal dancing
glven by hiss virginia Narsh
lonigkt the Ilgh school boys and tf6lF dads get togetker for a rathers'
N rt at the P A Amongftne speayers are r lro as BHG!
speak on the appreciation of fathers
lre Sender Class g we their 'lhank You Party' to tke klgb school
students who partlclpated ln tle r recent subscript on carpaign
Tre Junior Student bOuHCl1 organizes w th hilliam rllpatrick of
orade 7h as pres dent
'Te Annual rade Tracl lent 13 held wlth the atlletes of the Sixth and
Eighth Grade carrying off most of the honors
Studerts re t for a cay as tie teacrers attend State Teachers
Conference in New Vork Clty
For tre hary M Quimby hemorial FUDG tle H 1 A sponsors a very
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100 pupils participated.
Judge Louis Eugene Tepp
exercises at which over
A total of 261 articles
a Thanksgiving donation
are contributed to the Dobbs Ferry Hospital
The Ponor Society honors Laura Brown by reelecting her president and
Ruth Gubler secretary Those who are chosen to serve on tke Third
and Freda Willa, Juniors, William Phillips, Sopto ore, and Graham Bell, Freshman
Mildred Koenig, Gladys Slocum, and Paul Seitz, Seniors, Clara hacri
In its first league basketball encounter Ardsley defeats Greenburgh,
the defending champions
Paul Seitz is elected presldent and Laura brown vice pres dent at the
organization meeting of the Student Council
In an uproarious game Ardsley defeats its traditional basketball
rival, Dobbs Ferry, to have a clean slate to date
Forty eight new members Join the Honor Society tonight in the
ceremonies of the fourteenth annual inltiation The Honorable Walter
Port Chester presides as toastmaster
Mr Vincent organizes tke A H S rand
Thlrty sexen puplls and parents from Ardsley attend the vocational
conference and social eeting held at tke Tarrytown Y M C A for
seniors of nearby schools
The Junior Class decides to undertake the publishing of the Ardsleyan
The Board of Editors is elected for tke 1058 Ardsleyan Clara Lacri
is Editor in Chief
tothers' Night at P 1 A
The Ardsley Girls' Honor Basketball Teams entertain Dobbs rerry Girls
Team, defeating tlem by t e score of 24 22
Special Testimonial Assenblf in konor of newly appointed Ckief of
Pol1ce,Thomas E Eaton
The personnel Director of R h lacy and Conpany addresses the high
school assembly on 'Salesmanship and Department Store Organdzation
Basketball game between Croton and Ardsley to decide the championship
between Croton and hendrlck rudson Arcs ey VlCtOTlOlS with a close
Dr Bstker Mast of Grasslands FOSflt81 adcre e tte high sclool
assembly on uhed cine and ursing
Individual photographs are takeafof each pupil in the school for t e
The Annual Pet and o e Economics Ext bition p esented by tte Jur or
Senlor Play HA rowllng Success
Senior washington Trip Leith rischmann
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Once abain the Ardsle girls proved their wort!
code adopted bv the women coaches
lltur, ildled Koenig, Edith Frisohmann, Laura rrown, Eleanor
o'Angelo, Clara BSCTI, Constance lacD1arnid, Anna Erinkerkoff
Evelyn Eaton, harle elarge, Sarah Pascone, Coach Erown
in this section, inter squad
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picked to represent Ardsleh
against keen opposition
Their season ended wlth 4 wins and 1 defeat Their scoring record was 157 to 84
The ckool loses t graduatlon four outstanding glrl athletes who played an important
part in the last 3 years in establ shing a record of 16 wins and 2 defeats
Incl diff inter squad lnter class and honor team basketball, 43 girls in the
high school pla SQ basketball this ,ear
Character, sportsnanship, and cooperation, besides the fundamentals of the
game, were carried out sincerel by all girls who pladed this wlnter sport
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their flrst four League ganes with victories over Creen
burgh, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, and rendrlck hudson, respectively
However, tbe victory was not as lonb lived as we lad hoped it would be
failed to be on top in our next trree encounters Ne bowed to El sford, Croton, and
Greenburgh by very sllcht marc ns
After vanquishing the boys from the otler side of the tracls L the score of
28 21, our hour ters' a ain felt the pangs of defeat as we fell vlctlm to Irv bton,
Hendrick Fudson, and Elmsford
Croton, one game behlnd Hendrick Hudson, and with only APQS165 to play, net
us on March 4 before a capacltv crowd or our tone court The orange and blue seemed
suddenly to have found trerselves and finished the season in a blaze of glory by
defeating the heavily favored Croton quintet oy 26 2f
Bill Connors ended his caxeer oy turnlng in a brllllant perlorzance, as Cid lave
the last time
Patsey Furilla, who also wore tre uniform of Ardsle nlvh Cchool for
The tear is also indebted to tle rare kill of :rank Pa cone
Agnano concluded his high school basketball career ln tke brilllant
so distinguished him througkout hss varslt years
And so we close a ainly successful season of stran e ups and downs
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Irwin Fngleman, Ilchard Pearce, Priscllla Howe, LeRoy Aitken, John Crisi
rumpets John raporale, Paul leitz, Lewis Travis, John Venners
Cornets Robert Johxson, nrllur 1cCartney
lide Trorbone 'illlan Connor bass Porn hdwin Wheeler Baritone Ralph Santore
Sago hones Livio CPlS1, orothea Edwards, hicharo Smith
arlrets Lo s Ann nanister, onte Banister, howard Connors, Joseph Addorisio,
Bass Xiol Thomas Lack Cymbals Annmarie hagopian, Janice Fritche
Plano Ann Laley Bells Freda 1lle
trams Edlth Frischmann, Louis Caporale, Cordon Kreutz
The Arosle high School Crckestra, under tke olrection of our new leader, Hr
ltchell Vincent, started the year with thoughts of accomplishing more than ever
before line new members helped to replace flue of last year's seniors and five
other pupils who moxed awaj e have added a sllde trombone, played by William
Conrors, a clar net, by Howard Connors, and four vlolins, playeo by Priscilla howe,
Le or Altken, John Crisl, and anbe ina Paolucc Joln Caporale, a new member, has
proved to be one of our best trurpeters
'e have played for several assemblles, and expect to hold our concert ln the
earl, part of a
lFlS year Ardsley high School has seen its first band, also formed under the
d P8C'1OD of lr Vlrcent There are eighteen members who play the following
trumpets, saxophones, trombone, clarlnets, horn, bells, drums, and cymbals
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HONGR SOCIETY S
At the organization meeting of the Honor Society, held on November 27, Laura
Brown was again elected President. Other officers included Miss C. Conklin as
adviser and Ruth Gubler, Secretary.
This year the Third Degree, the executive committee of the Honor Society,
includes a membership of twelve rather than the customary ten students. Gladys
Slocum, Mildred Koenig, Graham Bell, Paul Seitz, William Phillips, Freda Wille,
Thomas Mack, Marianna Frischmann, Rosina Paolucci, and Clara Maori, in addition to
the officers,constitute the committee.
The Annual Banquet, at which 43 candidates of the Honor Society were initiated
was held on December 17 We were fortunate in a aln havin the honorable F Seely
as toastmaster The solemn cererony lncluded a prograr of speeckes, movies, and
refreshments. Surprise honorary Awards were given to Liss Jalsted and 'lss E
At present we are making plans for the yearly Honor Society Picnic to be held
early in may
All of our 150 members try to live up to the followin pass word of the
society NI P16656 myself to aid my school in scholarsllp, service, attendance,
conduct, and welcoming strangers
This year the Student Councll had as its officers, Paul Se tz, president, Laura
Brown, vice president, Ruth Gubler, secretary
Since there have been so few problems lr the school,
been very active, however, along wlth the Social Club, it
social which is to be held on April 14, and is sponsoring
for the benefit of the annual senior scholarslip
Nhen Mr Eaton was made Chief of Police, the Student
wlich presented him with a fountain pen
An attempt is now being made to reorranize tie clubs
and to orbanize many ev ones wh ch have beer sua e ted
the Student Council has rot
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an enterta nment ln April
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I am glad to be an American
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We have religious freedom
which other countries do not rave
We have freedom of the press
Our country is founded on high
The American standard of living
is hlgher than that in any other
We have many free playgrounds
our countrv is industrious and
progressive Faster and better meth
ods of travel are constantly being
We are not always thinking of
war but of peace
America is the Tome of the free
and tke rome of the brave
We are encouraged to organize
such OPg8n1Z8tlOPS as the Boy and
Girl Qcouts of America
Our country has rlsen to a world
power witrln one hundred years
Preparedness lS the best policy
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angelina De tis, lolly ue eo, L8 Ly vandergrift, Doris puda, France Fenda Tessie
becono row michael occna, folly nuplecht, Frances hefurgy, Josenline villt,
Anita xeller, secretary lea urer, first term, Eleanor lmmediato, Bessie Noviello
ary Lelardo, ilomena Lancellottl, Ruth Laley, vice president, first tern
Tllrd xow Lois ann anister, vlce pres dent, SSCOHQ term, Charles enedict,
secretary treasurer, second tern, vllllar Ieylan, rartla Puiv, robert Rooney, Edward
tvnn, lorer nld, Irwin n lefan pres cent, John folscher, Josepk tmnbar
ourtr Theodore arquis, John Xenners, Geor e nn es, 'ar aret Santore,
axfd ontarufl, Carmine H c e, Stephen Juoack, Jares Fnoese , mreooore Knoesel,
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mwenty ole op our ras 13 are members o the ro or Soc ety fn tke January
arithwetic regents, slxteen students obtained 901 or over, in spellfnb, twenty eight
received FO or over
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inter cla taskethall hares tot? Lle boys are girls von all ol tle Eames played
quite a few students are rembers of tre Crcrestra and nano a d Junior Chorus
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Ruth ann Daley, Peporter
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222 Row Mary bcCormack, Helen O'Grady, klta Cioffi, Florence Deastis, Evelyn
Brown, president, Lucille Bell, reporter, second term, Elinor MacLeod, reporter,
first term, Lily Gubler, vice president, first term, Lary Narzella, Mary Debeo
Second Row Roger Youmans, Thomas Levuro, Frank Scallero, Charles Lgloff,
Emerson Virden, secretary treasurer, first term, vice president, second term,
Dominick Wurilla, Margaret Contant, reporter, second term, Jessie Iarzella, Artkur
McCartney, Charles VanBrunt
Third Row richele Anselmo, Antoinette tantello, George Brlnkerhoff, Domenlca
Arone, reporter, first term, secretary treasurer, second term, Ned Loice, Ierle
September 8, 1937 We elected our class officers
November 5, 1957 We held our costume Halloween Party
November 16, 1957 Ve gave a program and tea for rotbers
November 18, 1957 We presented a series of shadow pictures 1n Asserbly
December 2o, 1957 ve had our Christmas Party We exchaxoec cards and glzts
January 7, 1938 we elected class officers for the secoxo terr
January 36, 1958 Ve joined with other grades to form a Lasketball League
harch lO, 1938 Be presented 'Snow Hhite and the Seven Dwarfs" in Assembly
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To Row Janice Fritche, dilliam Nemecek, Robert Leader, FFHUCIS Muldoon,
Ladellng Deiosa, Adolph Groth
Second Row Annabelle Hogan, Mary O'Brien, Dorothy Hadad, Ida DeAstis, lancy
Wilbur, Anne McCormack, Edna Wheeler, Marion Phillips, Vlctoria Dehardo
Third Row Anttony Pasquale, Gregory Hagopian, Thomas Pasquale, Michele
Noviello, Dominick Lancellotti, James Rooney, Otto Agrano
Fourth Row Andrew Reid, frank Yozzo, Joseph Zangari, Angelo Costantinl, John
Palermo, Hartin Engleman, Peter Frischmann, Arthur hacket , Pobert Anderson
Officers We elected officers for the tern on September 16, 1951 as follows
Gregory Hagopian, president, Thomas Pasquale, vice president, Angelo Costant1ni,
secretary, Robert Anderson, treasurer
Sports In October when the track meet was held, we came in second We won
one inter class basketball game
Activities Parents' Day came in November For entertainment, tre girls
gave 5ooE reports in celebration of National Look -eek, and the boys ga e a play,
ndash1ngton's Own Life Story, in assem J mhlrteen mencers of our class belong
the Ponor Society, and seven belong to the Junfor Chorus Janice Fritcbe ard
Robert Anderson are in the orchestra The g1P1S have made pagamas in sewing, and the
boys have made lanps, bookenos, doorstops, and otrer binLs in shop
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There are over thlrty boys and
glrls ln our Sixth Grade, most of whom
haxe been together since our kinder
rarten days Je were all born in the
Lxitea States and are verw proud to be
called Amerlcans Qt1ll ever,one of us
can trace his ancestry bacl to some for
boar who left his old home ln Europe
that he might find a fuller life in thls
This year we have had he experi
ence of exploring these countrles and
learning about their ClVl11Z8t1OD, past
and present at flrst we were irpres ed
ost by those things that are differert,
but the further we explored the more se
found that is very much like our own
country Qc gradually we haxe come to
realize that Eulope s not a foreign
land Jitr altogether strange custons
ideals and traditions, cut lnstead, our p
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Pilgrl s and Dutch burthers As our
ancestors cane to the Iew orld they
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the dearest and best tradltlons of their
ole llxe Our rellgior we owe to tnose
consecrated monks ln the Kona terles of
medleval Europe Our law, patterned
after the Ln lish, is an outgrowth of
Roman law amerlcan archltecture,
sculptor, and pairting had their begin
nings across the Atlantlc Our early
navigation, transportation, and commerce
were based upon nuropean practices as
were most of our business and banking
rules Fror this older, established
order, young Anerlca borrowed, and maklng
each part over to fit her own peculiar
needs, a new and e ter civilization
e have tried to gather together
sone outstanalng examples of this herit
age 1n the thumb Sk6fCH6S in the margins
of this page we offer ther as our con
tribution to the l916 Ardsleyan with the
sincere wish that our generation may
guard and cherish the traditions of our
forefatlers that future generations may
still be proud to say 'We are Americans
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lo Row Leatrice Schmidt, Rosina Iantello, Pauline Lutz, Secretary lst term,
Presi ent 2nd term, Geraldine Gorman, Mary Walsh, Doris Munck, Helen DeNuro, Dorothea
rrischmann, Vice presldent lst term, Secretary 2nd term, Marion Cimino, Rhoda :user
Second how LeRoy Aitken, rranklin Chave, harl Johnson, Treasurer lst term,
V1ce presldent-21d term, Wllllam Grotk, James Leshel, Treasurer lst term, Dominick
DeAstis, Donald Thomas, John fright, Gordon kreutz
Third How Warren Brown, George Furilla, Robert Blouin, Pkilip Lutz, Andrew
Noe, Kenneth-Fischer, Donald Rooney, Richard Allen, Robert Cudney
rourth Row Pierre Youmans, Vary D'Angelo, John Caporale, rresldert lst term,
George Spano, Mildred Lelmerico, Augustine Zangari
Activities We participated in the annual Ardsley High School News Campaign
and sold Iss yearly subscrlptions, whlch are delivered weekly
The enrollment of the class in the Junior Red Cross is lOOf
The class gave 54 donations to the Dobbs terry Iosp tal as a Thanksgiving
contribution At Chrlstmas time we made 60 Scrapbooks for the Old People's Home at
hast View, we also packed a christmas box for the Near Last
At our Arrlstice Day hxhltit we showed some of tre World War troplies which we
Among tke clubs forned during the school semester rave been the harmonica Club,
the Von Winslow Peace Club, the Iusic Club, ana the Current Events and magazine Club
Among our units of work for the year have been an illustrated book on uRubber
Gatherers of the Arazon, and a large pfcture map of South America
The pupils ha 9 H130 made freehand sketches of NA Trip Through Europe
Other projects have been 1U making of a Washington and Lincoln Scrapbook, and
ividual scrapbools on Nc lonial romes and Furnisrings
As part of nature study work eacr pupll made a herbarium of pressed fall flowers
ograms We gave a Halloween Play, HJack O'Lantern at dome
At our hovember Parents' Day we presented nGetting Acquainted with Our New
April we gave a play our parents, 'hobeies and How to Use Them
The class also partie pated ir tke Arerlcan Leg on Essay Contest on nCur
Constitution, Then and Now
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The differences ir tlfe horfes of the W
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lr:-1 The Iroquois Indians of Lew York lived in the
F I long house, a structure of branches covered
with bark and half as lon as one of our city
A U1 bloc! s Sometimes as many as twenty families
6 lived in the sare house The Spanish explor
N ers met the eminole tribes of the South, who
q 4 Q 0' made their homes of grass 'le Pueblo Indians
of the Couthwest lived in an adobe, made of
clay, straw, and ashes mlxeo together with
when the Indian needed food, he found
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rice, and soup from bark Nature yielded them
Q many animals and fish 'lhey planted different
9? kinds of grain, of whlch the most important
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climate in which they lived In the south, RAW TRAUQR
Indians wore clothlnp' of cotton, grass, and
bark fibers Jery luttle clothlrg was worn
by the crdldren In most tribes women wore 7-
sh rts ard short letgings and men wore long STORM
lecbings like trousers Where tribes had WAR 4-1-::.,,. Q
access to anir als, the r clothes were made 0""'
of skins beautlful designs decorated the qt
garments, whlch howed the great amount of 5 5,65 l
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toward american art and culture, and
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GRADE FIVE E
To Row Mary Ann Cimino, Virginia Lynn, William King, Raymond Pearce, frank
Spind er, Frank Conover, Henry Bassett, William Blasberg, Richard Dunbar, Mildred
Second Row Renee Ranieri, Lillian Hadad, William Walsh, William Uorchers
Charles Duryea, Stephen Gemelin, Stanley Benedict, Eugene Grandolfi, Augustlne
Thlrd Row Barbara Horend, Jacqueline DeAstis, June Brinkerhoff, Jean Mc regor,
Anna Fatone, Edith Holscher, Florence Contant, Lila MacLeod
Fourth Row Esther Dehardo, Priscilla Howe, Anna Hontaruli, betty Hatfield,
Our school year started with an enrollment of thirty one In October we
collected all our hobbles and had an interesting exhibit in our room
Our others' eetlng, whlch many attended, was held in November e wlsh to
thank mrs 1acLeod and Irs atone for acting as our Class bothers
In conrection with our subject matter, we have worked out some interestir
proyects In history we made a larve frieze of nLife in the Lidole ages
completed a larre produc nap of the United States and several individlal raps in
geography By sending for material from various c1t1es throughout ovr country,
learned a great deal about the vast resources and wealth of raw materials oar nation
has Under the guifance of r Luxe, the boys made a lar e wooden nap ol en York
State, while the g1rls,under Tlss PBlSt6Q'S gu dance, ha e rade pin cuslions, po
holders, and aprons
All year we worked hard to fulfill our promise to keep the yard in the bacx of the
Our assembly provrar was a radio play consistlng of a scene from 'lke ning of
the Golden River
Our B1NS for the year were to be happy, conscientlous, and scholarly ir our
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Ever since the world began people
have traveled Travel by land has
changed greatly since the world began
The first method was by foot Next came
anlmals People rode on horses and
other animals Pretty soon they learned
to make crude carts As time went on
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train Last of all the car was invented
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land travel has improved through the
There has always been travel by
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the invention of steam This was the
have the finest and most comfortanle
Alr travel is the newest and most
expensive method of travel The
earliest air travel was by balloon
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lnvented ine Zeppelin, a cigar shaped
balloon, was named after its inventor
Count Von Zeppelln of Germany Je also
call ttem dirigibles Now we are trying
o ale air travel safer by filling them
wlth helium wh1ch will not explode All
travel has 1 proved greatly since the
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Top Row Barbara Boice, secretary, Rosina Perillo, sthel Yottes, rrances
Erickson,'EHith Aitken, Ruthven Virden, Nettle Cimino, Laurel ktrucknan, vary Doui e
Wilmoth Dorothy Wheeler
Second Row Marion Wright, Marie Langels, Louise Behlen, tary Raolu ci,
Margaret RanIEFi, Claire Speicher, Allison Reid, lary Lou Ieylan, Virvinia Cecor
Third Row Gerard Travis, Warren Baulieu, Chrlstopher LeFeo, Anthony morettl,
Frank Elark, Thomas Wharmby, Ralph Pearce, Josepl Palermo, Joseph r schnann
Fourth Row Victorla Ferranto, Beatrice Caporale, John Fackett, vice pre icent
Gustav Grofh Walter Egloff, Doris Park, president, Marilyn Baker
When we began school September 8, we had thirty sever members lr the cla s, row
we have thirty six
We were very proud of our success in bringing in sixty ever subscriptions
during the 'School Newsu Subscription Contest
In connection wlth the Junior Red Cross we have taken part in several activities
Our whole grade joined the Red Cross in October, and we packed two Christmas boxes to
be sent to far off lands ae also contrlbuted to the Dobbs Ferry Hospital durlng
their Thanksgiving collection
In the Junior Track Neet we earned second place, just one polrt behind the Sixth
On December second, Hrs Behlen, our Class Mother, was in charts of our lothers'
Day Meeting which proved very successful There were twenty five mothers present
Our class thls year is workirg on a unit of travel The first week of school
many pupils brought in post cards which they had received from various places in the
world Later we had a very interestlng exhibit of trip souvenirs After it closed,
we made a book of this exhibit, called Souvenir Exhib1t All together, nine differ
ent regions of the world were represented Bach pupil has made an individual trip
scrap boob containing pictures, letters, and compositions about travel Some time
1 er we made a big scrap book called Jack's Trip We are working on murals show
ing travel by land, water, and air Jack hackett Reporter
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Smith, Katherine Zangari, John Papovitch, Olga Raab, Christian Muller, Joan Rooney
Second Row Francis Young, Richard Fuchs, Edith Gimbel, Grace Mannuccla, Stella
Signoretta, Patricia Townsend, uoris Pearce, Lorraine Wilbur, Diana hellenback
Third Row Harolc Carpenter, vorman Hadad, George Aeehan, Alfred Palermo,
Robert Duryea, Angelo Staffiero, Francis hcCorUack, Robert Arone, Robert Immediate,
Joseph Calace Lottola
Fourth Row Richard heller, Louls Eisenhauer, Charles Dehilo, George Edelmann,
William Eagpe, Agnes Arone, John Delmer1co, Sarah Marzella, Rocco Perranto
Our class has thlrty one members, twenty of these are in the Honor Society, and
two are in tke Orche tra So we do feel we are aiding our school
Norman Haoad is our class president, Olga Raab, the vice president, Mrs Charles
NanBrunt,tre class mother
Ne came out third in the Junior Track Meet The captains were girls, Katherine
Zangarl, boys, Rocco Ferranto Ten of the class won rlbbons
Our grade nad charge of the Junior Red Cross th1s year We collected ten dollars
and twenty one cents and sent away seventeen Christmas boxes We also enjoyed bring
ing canned goods for tre Dobbs Ferry Hospital
The word we've chosen this year to learn more about is cooperation
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Second Row Joseph Petruzzi, Theodore Ruprecht, Richard Sullivan, John Cimino,
Frances Nannariello, Constance Smith, Caroline Stohr, Edelgard Jantzen, Rhoda Dam ,
lhird Row Theodore Schmidt, Pobert Fuchs, Vito Ferranto, Richard Chile,
William Keehan, Joan hielsen, Ruth Dam , Dorothy,Venners, Biagio DeAstis
Fourth Row Kenneth hauptman, Beatrice Boice, Edwin Stone, Peter Emerick,
Carl Montaruli, Robert Hadad, William Lefurgy, Basil Spano, Elinor Speicher, Robert
Carpenter, Martin Leader
In September we had an enrollment of forty nine puplls Thls made it necessary
to have the help of Mrs.neatrice Bell Roosa. Our first officers were Robert Arone,
president, and marie Raab, vice president
On March 14, 1938, sever of our grace went into grace four to make the enroll
ment of the two grades more even. Our new president is Beatrice Dolce fifteen
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Jennie Renda, Diane Horend, Joan Emerick, Frances Mannuccia.
Second Row Edgar Bunch, Sandra Manchester, Arthur Egloff, Virginia Lytle,
John Hogan, Ellen McCormack, lan Lorimer, John Wright
Third Row Louis Addorisio, Crane Hackett, Willard Benedict, Jean DeLuca,
Steven Pannick, harianne Meier, Robert VanDusen, Alfred Costantini, David Brendel,
ourth Row David nnies, Roy Nannariello, Eugene Sheldon, Nicholas Belarge,
Henry Groth, Umberto Paolucci, Donald Fatone, Lester MacLeod, Billy Marquis
bottom Row John Cimino, Richard Nolan, Ann Borchers, Mary Vantello, Grace
ehlen, Robert Chaxe, Evelyn Kamke, Pauline DeAst1s
Wien school opened in September, there were forty six of us, all ready for
action in our sunny room on the east side ofthe building We planned to stress
being good citizens and ways and means of getting along with other people as our
Alon: with our reading, 'rit1ng, and 'rithmet1c, we planned our social
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James horend, Lee Wallace Hennessy, Gerard Hadad, Robert Strachan, V1tO Pasquale
Second now Joan Byrne, Dominlck ratone, Peter nolle, Lonald Areutzberg, VlCtOT
nrone, Ceorg5'Fagge, Joanne Groth
Thlrd Row Jean Thomas, Nancy Jane Schultz, Jacqueline Rooney, Vlrcinia
Grandolff, Barbara Slaybaugh, bessie Pannick, Anna Signoretta, Angela Dutiglan, Jane
Fourth Row Michael Wilmoth, Ruloff Muller, Prlscilla haihofer, illiam Cook
hillian Papovltch, Nargaret Young, Martin Erickson, Joan Lutz
We used our two P T A prizes for books Mr Pilliman gave us sore new bowls
too We enjoy reading Mrs Schultz gave us goldlish We FRG a roy :et Show and
hope to have a doll show soon
We gave donations to the hospital We packed a Christmas box we made giits
for our mothers We decorated the tree that the American Lealon fave us we mace
up a Christmas play but could not give it be ore Christna , so we rev sed lt arc
presented it early in March It was a grea success e palntec a fireplace a Q
decorated a box for Jack in the box Then we painted two paper rugs for the
Kindergarten play Santa Claus gave us candy and gifts
We had several parties Barbara Slaybaugh had a fine party on her blTthO8J fo
the entire class Lee Wallace Hennessy and EDS teacher are plarnlng an Laster party
for all good class citizens Mrs Schultz and our teacher will glxe a party for
being so good during the play
making the best books
We built a :ost Office out of wooden boxes We made Xalentires and sent them
to each other We like to play Post Office
Mrs Struckman is our Grade Mother
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Kathleen S'5achan, Nina Jo miller, 1-rances Pannick, Gloria Petruzzi, Rosa Spano
Second Row Stephen Adoyman, Gerald Perillo, Robert Wood, Thomas Wilbur, arren
Maloney,-Ieonard Gaarder, Thomas Larzella
Thlrd Row Goodwin Vandergrift, James Andrews, Joseph McCormack, Charles
Sullixan, Guy Lawyer, Gilbert hadad, David Drown, Thomas Altieri, George De eo
fourth Row Julius hgloff, Henry Woessner, Deborah Howe, James Arnold, harilyn
Brown, Frederick Fischer, Suzanne mecca, Mary McGregor
We began our school year by talking about farms We made a barn and cut out
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trey produce One day we made butter and ate it on our crackers with our milk, and
another day we made popcorn We collected pictures of fruits and vegetables and made
charts with them
Our museum was fun We collected dlfferent kinds of stones and nuts, old birds'
nests, beehives, and many things l1ke that he had stamps from many different lands
.any people cane to see our museum
After lhanksgivlng we began to get ready for our Chrlstmas show It was called
Jane's and Bobby's Christmas, and there was a make believe Santa Claus who came and
brou ht toys to Jane and bobby
Next we made a Snow nn1te moving picture. We toox turns telllng the story and
we showed the pictures We all worked hard drawing different parts of the story for
the moving picture
After we finished our "Before We Read" workbooks, we really began to read
stories about Dick and Jane Ne also learned to count and to write our names and
write to ten
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Girl Scout Cookies Ne hafe had several partles
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enjoyed them very much We made two trips lnto the city to see the sightsn and
visit The Girl Scout Shop in Radio City Mrs William Boice gave an interesting
course to our troop on first aid and bed raking As soon as the weather bets warmen
we shall take hikes into the woods to study birds, plants, and animals outdoors
Our present enrollnent is 26, and we expect to have most of our members Second Class
Scouts by June We appreciate the cooperation of our Troop Committee and of our
Captain, Helen nerthelson
Elinor acLeod, Reporter
In the fall we elected our officers They were Patrol Leader, Laura brown
Treasurer, Edith Frischmann, Secretary, Christine Grandolfi, News reporter, Gloria
Although we have enjoyed several supper hikes to the Boy Scout Cabln and a
Christmas ice skating party, we have not been having many socials We are working
hard for badges, and our aim is to have all our troop first class by June
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Reorganization of rocp 5
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Ardsley well represented at the Court of Awards held in Hastings
l4 mile hike to Grasslands and return
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The annual Father and Son Lanquet is held at the St Barnabas Chapel
Scouts bold a Parents' night
Four cubs are initiated into the rank of tenderfoot scout by an impressive
Scouts Thomas Mack and Paul Seltz are advanced to 'unior Assistant Scout
Iasters and Ralph Delike is lade Senior Patrol Leader
Our goal for the year is set by Scoutnaster Kenneth Erown At least lO first
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We Sell Carpenters lce Cream
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LOWS!! Prices - Highest
T Friendly Service
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Hastings - on - Hudson, N. Y.
Telephone: Dobbs Ferry 2480
RENATO CRISI Compliments
cenrmzo Puauc ACCOUNTANT
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JOHN A QUERKER INC
Electrical Sales and Service
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BRUNO .s TYDOL SERVICE STATION Vacuum Cleaners, Radlos
BROADWAY and WALGROVE AVENUE
DOBBS FERRY N Y
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30 Cedar Street Dobbs FCYTY,
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Classroom and Pnvaie Lessons
Ballet Toe Interpreuve Ballroom
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Chxldren and Adulis
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COMP'-'MENTS WOODLAND oRE1zNHousEs
Flowers For All Occasions
D. F. 2721 Ardsley, N.
SCHUCK'S EXPRESS sERvlcE
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
MOVING AND TRUCKING
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SIGMA DELTA RHO Phones 35 135
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Knollwood and Grasslands Road
R.F.D. No.1 White Plains, N.Y.
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I coomzlcu Tmzs u.s.L. BATTERIES
CHICKENS 8: EGGS
DOBBS FERRY DANCING SCHOOL
Instructions In All Types Of Dancing
42 Cedar Street Dobbs Ferry N Y
Phone D F 4762
BROADWAY SERVICE STATION
GAS OIL. LUBRICATION
DE LUCA BROTHERS
Grocerzes and Delzcalessen
Table Luxunes and All Kmds of Beverages
Cor Parkway and Ashford Ave
Dobbs Ferry N Y
BENJAMIN H. ADLER
SCHMIDT S FARM
Fort Hxll Rd. 8: Jackson Ave
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Italian Groceries Country Eggs
Dobbs Ferry 1120 Free Delivery
476 Ashford Ave. Ardsley N.Y.
Louis Corato, Prop.
On The Square
Best Quality Meats at Lowest Pneee
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Johnson Bldg. C . R H Ardsley, N.Y.
Doctor of Pharmacy
For Accurate, careful, and scientific prescription compounding, backed by high
training, long experience, and reputation for honesty and integrity.
Phone Dobbs Ferry, 183
Our prices are low
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New York City
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Mitchell A. Vincent
John P Papovitch
Charles H. Cheney
Edwin and Vera Eraem
Dr Vlto Barbieri
B D Edwards
Suburban Electric Company
Dobbs Ferry, New Yorl
Don' Beauty Salon
56 Cedar Street
Dobbs Perri, U Y
Woodland's Rest o6PV1CC Statlon
N B Lefurgy, Manager
Nancy and Gordon Schultz
Mr Tames Brown
Hr and Irs Emerson Virden
Nr and Mrs N Anderson
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Sprain Brook Manor Realty Company
Ardsley Barber Shop
Mr Toseph Daley
Mlss Susan hayward
Miss Jane McEvoy
Mr T V Me r
Frank J Casey
Mr and Mrs Harold E Jennings
and Harold Jr
Woodland Lake Service Statlon
Electric A General Repairs
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Willard H Nanr, Jr
Arthur M Silliman
Dr Armand Donaruma
Beatrlce Dell Poosa
Constance E Claytor
Farrlett S Edwards
Emily A Fhler
Anna J Fllnt
Larinello Beauty Salon
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Mr and Mrs Frank Coggins and Son
Dr. George Q Johnson
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Irving Berlin's nAlexander's Ragtime Banda
Sonja Henie in nThey Met In Collagen
The Dionne Quintuplets in nFive Of A Kindn
Shirley Temple in nLuoky Pennyn
Bing Crosby in nDr. Rhythmn
Dorothy Lamour in nHer Jungle Loven
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