Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1941
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1941 volume:
Publlshed by Class of 1942
XRDSLE W HIGH SC HOOL
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Once more the Junior Class of Ardsley High School has
attempted to edlt a book for the enjoyment of its many
readers These covers bind the mdlvldual records of students
enrolled in the entire school The theme of this book deals
with the activities and achievements of these pupils
This year in the high school we are indeed fortunate to
have ten well organized and flourishing clubs to occupy the
leisure time of the boys and girls and to promote a feeling of
brotherhood among them We are indebted to Mr Perretz
for startlng them and for keeping their sparks glowing
The seal used on the title page IS a symbol of the member
ASSOC1atlOH whlch glves the representatives a chance to asso
crate with men and women who lead the thought of the
Nation through their newspapers and magazines and who
contribute largely to the creation of current opinion
We hope dear readers that you will bear with us and not
judge this attempt at Journallsm too harshly
ship of the ARDSLEYAN in the Columbia Scholastic Press
D e ci i c a t i o n
THE CLASS OF l94Z
wholeheartedly cledlcates this 41 ARDSLEYAN
To X ou MISS BERTHELSON
your ability to retaln an a1r of mformality
which tend to help us combine pleasure with business
in our school clay
for your efficiency and spirit of cooperation
Table of Contents
BOARD OF EDITORS
WINNERS PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
ln Memory of Donald Zeliff
Donald Zellff stands ln our memory as a symbol of Youth
on the threshold of Manhood Full of the exuberance of
youth yet tempered by the VISIOH of responslbllltles to come
frank loyal uprlght frlendly he held a place ln the
hearts of all who knew hlm
Hls untimely passmg on December 25 l940 less than
two years after hrs graduation from Ardsley Hlgh School
beautiful memories of hrs lovable character framed nn the
comfortlng thought that he IS at peace from the problems of
thls troubled world
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left a sudden vacancy in our lives which Time is Hlling with
BOARD OF EDITORS
Ed1tOI' ln Chlef
LOIS ANN BANISTER
E' EANOR IMMEDIATO
ANNA AGNANO ROBERT JOHNSON
Aclvertlslng Manager BUSIDCSS Manager
GORDON SCHULTZ JOSEPH DUNBAR
Clrculatlon Manager Typewrltmg Echtor
IRWIN ENGLEMAN TESSIE. MACRI
Art Edltor Publlclty Chalrman
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E D I T O R l A L
If democracy rs to stand as the ultrmate of human endeavor educational leaders of this war
stricken world must accept more fully than ever before the philosophy which recognizes great differ
ences rn rndrvrduals yet the potentralrty of evolving personality
ln thrs day when so many people are strangers to others when susprcron places a shell around
natural friendliness towards others the cryrng need rs for companionship We need to be happy not
alone but all together
A program of recreation and lersure education can be planned to meet these desires Recrea
tron intellectual interests esthetic Interests and character can all be met by a program that provides
for these needs We are rrch rn opportunrtres for developing such a program rn Ardsley High School
With the newly organized and thrrvrng clubs the rndrvrdual comes rn contact wrth hrs fellow classmates
and learns to cooperate and to express hrs special talents These organrzed groups provide means of
drversron different from the ordmary form of recreation and a resprte from the problems of each day
But these clubs are not the only way for p eople to seek out pleasure Sports constitute a large
part of the recreational program of the normal stud ent Spring autumn and wrnter find the gymnasium
filled to the capacrty with children who are indulging rn baseball basketball hockey badminton shuf
fleboard et cetera Under the guidance of the physical education teachers thes sports become orva
nlZCd and all sorts of tournaments which provrd amusement for all are played off
patrng rn the chorus band or orchestra are busy continually with actrvrtres associated with them For
example this year the band was made rnto a crack marching outfit which played at all the home
basketball games Making the best out of what material was at hand and with the assrstance of a drum
majorette and five twrrlers the organrzatron won wrde acclaim throughout the neighboring schools
Students rn the orchestra and chorus are grven a chance to vrsrt other schools and to com
pete wrth them such competrtron tends to grve each rndrvrdual an rncentrve to do hrs best rn srngrng
or rn playing some instrument
ln the class rooms such major projects as food sales plays the publrshrng of magazines and
papers and selling of magazine subscriptions help to unrfy the student body as well as to rarse money
for a trrp to Washington D C durmg the senior year This trrp rs the goal of these projects and
towards whrch even the lowly freshmen strrve
The Honor Society and Student Councrl are made up of the leaders of the student body
Both of them function for the purpose of gurclrng boys and grrls through hrgh school
This brief summary of ceaseless actrxrtres rn this school rs to show how a puprl spends some
of hrs 3 500 annual leisure hours With these golden opportunrtres of ways to pass leisure time to the
best advantage rn and outside of the regular school hours rs rt small wonder that the graduate of
Ardsley High School looks back upon hrs school days with happy remrnrscences3
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Music is still another phase of activity in the high school program. Those students, partici-
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Nhss Constance E Claxton
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'Xhss Helen G Robble
'Vlr Frank Kluge
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S E N l O R C L A S S
We were Indeed problem freshmen'
Not rn the sense usually assocrated wxth that term but we dad grve the Board of Educatxon
a headache when the questxon arose What IS to be done wlth fifty freshmen and facllrtles for about
thrrty five at the most3 But no hollday was declared for xt didnt take our worthy supenors long to
find a solution By dlvldrng the class mto two sectlons the college and the business groups they solved
this rather awkward sxtuatlon to the satlsfactlon of all
Of course there sprang up between the two classes a friendly 3 rxvalry whxch served as an
mspnratlon to spur each on to greater accompllshments Freshman and Sophomore years passed se
renely enough since we were all busy trymg to attaln hxgher goals ln thls new world Hugh School and
learning the best way to get rlch quick for the benefit of our Washington Trip Fund
Finally m our umor year we were agam umted mto one bxg happy famlly collaboratlng on
one of our biggest undertalungs the l940 Ardsleyan We express our gratxtude to everyone who as
sxsted us wlth this undertaklng especxally Miss Clayton the umor advrser who was so very patient and
helpful and wxthout whom llttle would have been accomplished
Thus as another year flew by on the swlft wlngs of time we finally found ourselves full
fledged envled SCDIOYS entltled to snub and dominate our lower classmates we tried m vaml
We certainly were a class marked by the unusual ln selectmg our class president the ballots were so
consistently equal that we had two able leaders lnstead of one Graham Bell and Louls Caporale Co
presidents supported by Dorothy McHenry Vlce president Douglas lVlcK1rgan Secretary and Vlncent
Of course our greatest endeavor of the year was our Senlor Play whlch was an hllanous come
dy A number of weeks before Aprxl 4 a hxghly contagxous epxdemlc hut the town spreading lxke
wlldfire untll there was not a soul rn town who wasn t suffering from Swing Fever But no sympathy
was to be had from the Seniors for this resulted ln a considerable mcrease ln our Washington Trlp Fund
But please dont mlsunderstand us' Although our mam object fbesldes passing hlstory to
graduatelj was to accumulate suffxclent funds to enable us to nde to Washington ln style we were
not quite so mercenary as one mlght conclude No Indeed' The Class of 41 was always outstanding
ln athletics We managed to capture both the glrls and boys mter class basketball champlonshlps
This year shlstory makmg Varslty Team consisted entirely of Semors to say nothing of our muslclans
who were actxve orchestra band and chorus members Then too Seniors played promment parts m
the Honor Soclety Thlrcl Degree soclals clubs forums debates and other extra currlcular aCtlVltlCS
Smce we as Semors are leavrng our beloved Alma Mater forever we should like to express
a word of appreclatlon to our prlncxpal and to all the members of the faculty who have been dlrectly
or mdlrectly responslble for our success Thls year when we have often become a lnttle too eager
perhaps over our play or our trlp nt has been the understandmg gundance of our class advrser Nlnss
Buell whxch has saved us from dlsaster Then too the dxrectmg of the play has meant endless patxent
coaching Need we say that we shall not soon forget all that has been done for us3
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S E NIO R S
Kathryn Baker 1 Evelyn Eaton
ln this world there IS pal wlthout any
only one thlng Kathryn care one who takes
cant clo and thats to part m almost every
Smg thing sometime some
Anna Brmkerhoff Sarah Pascone
A fr endly Count Not heavlly clo the
P creat feel
ance es a mi' worries of this world
of comradeshlp wlth Weigh upon her
Dorothea Edwards Anna Anselmo
A glrl wlth the cour Neatness of appea
age f her convx ance IS a great asset
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laden made for ath she enjoys athletxcs as
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"Silence is admirable,
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way looking happy all
Character varied and
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A man of few words
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S E NIO R S
Walter Vernon Angelma Paoluccl
M O St dehghtfulb 0 Angle the weaver of
charmmg 'S h beautlful harmonies
conscxentxous wlllm the Violin
SENIOR S LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Paul Nelson leave my egg route to Robert Bunch
Forrest Baulleu bequeath my way of being quietly destructive to Angelo Costantml
Thomas Norton leave my qulet way to Tommie DeIVIuro
Rlchard lVIader bequeath my basketball ablllty to Eleanor Immedlato
Edward DeN1ke bequeath my calculating eye to Zeke Novlello
Oliver 'Brlnkerhoff do bestow my teasmg manner to Charles Benedict
Graham Bell bequeath my fine penmanshlp to Ted lVIarqu1s
Vmcent lVIanteIIo leave my supervnslon of the playground to ohn Venners
Louls Caporale leave my skeleton key to Emmy Vlrden
Carmine Palermo bequeath my long hours of study to Andrew Noe
Thomas C-eraghty bestow upon lVI1ss Vaca my Irlsh grln
Nicholas Scallero leave my scholarly manner to Martin Engleman
Edwin Wheeler bequeath my height and cheer Ieadmg ablllty to oe Dunbar
lxucholas Nlacrl entrust the care of a certain sophomore to Mike lVIocc1a
lVI1chaeI Spano leave my tltle Spraln Road Romeo to ohn I-Iolscher
Inxo CTISI bequeath my yen for blondes to ohn Caporale
NCVIHS Brown leave my cheer leading megaphone to Bobby Blouln
Louls Fllomena leave my appreclatlon of the classics to Rosma IVIanteIIo
Howard Secor bequeath my week en:I trlps to Arthur lVIcCartney
Douglas lVIcKlrgan bestow upon Irwln Engleman my brllllant saylngs
Walter Vernon glve to the Ardsley Hugh School library my prized translatlons of ullus
Robert uxllerat leave to Gregory I-Iagoplan my vast knowledge of French
Sarah Pascone bequeath my dynamic strength to Nancy Wilbur
Anna Anselmo will my taste m alothes and neatness to Bessie Novlello
Angellna Paoluccl leave my JOUTHHIISIIC abllrty to bug Glb0 Funlla
Alfreda Groth bequeath my retlrlng manner to anlce Frxtche
Dorothea Edwards leave my exactmg manner to Marlon Phllllps
Kathryn Baker wlll my uncanny bowlmg eye to Mass Buell
, Dorothy IVIcI-Ienry, leave my way with the boys to Viola DelVIuro
, une Ensenhauer, bequeath my dlmlnutlve helght to Ruth Carroll
I, Evelyn Eaton, bequeath my skill at horseback rndmg to Ruth Daley
I, Rlchard Pearce, leave my "JaIopy" to the auto mechanics class
I, Ralph DeN1ke, bestow my manly art of self defense to "Pop" Brown
I, Anna Brmkerhoff, bestow my abrlrty to act m the Sennor Play to Jean Van Dusen
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I RAHANI BFI L Presrdent of Student Councrl 40
41 Class Presrdent 3 39 Co Presrdent 41
'wlanager Sophomore Candw Sale Editor rn Chref
ot Ardslew an 40 Vrce presrdent Honor Socretw 40
Honor Socretw 10 wears Thrrd Degree 4 wears
Busrness Nlanager Nlrnstrel 39 4 srstant Busrrress
Manager NIdg3Z1Il9 Campargn 40 Co Vlanager of
Nlagazrne Campargn 40 Assrstant Manager Base
ball 39 Vlanager Baseball 40 Assistant Basket
ball Manager 39 Manager Basketball 40 Cur
rent Ewents Club 41 Brrdge Club 41 Inter class
Baseballlmprre 38 39 40
DUROTHX NILHENRI Hockev Team Class wrce
presrdent 39 40 41 Xrce presrdent Student Coun
crl 41 Secretarw Student Councrl 39 Honor Socr
etw 3 years Baseball team 2 wears Captarn Senror
Class Basketball Team Dramatrc Club 41 Socral
Club 40 41 Prng Pong Champron 40 Secretary
of Current Events Club 40 Assrstant Edrtor 1940
Ardslewan Senror Plaw 41
D0lI1l1ASNlcIsIRl1AN Xarsrtw Basketball 4 wears
Junror Varsltw 1 wear Inter class Basketball 2
wears Minstrel 39 Senror Plaw 41 Crrculatron
Manager Ardslewan 40 Current Events Club 41
Athletrc Club 3 wears Xrce presrdent 38 Boy
Scouts 7 wears Honor Socretw 1 wear Intra mural
Softball 4 wears Intramural Football 3 wears
Socral Club 39 40
NE! INS BROWN Inter class Basketball 4 wears
Inter class Football 4 wears Inter class Softball
38 Inter class Baseball 39 Junror warsrtw Ba e
ball Team 40 -XldS1ENd11 Cornmrttee 40 Senror
LOLIS D QAPURALE Class Presrdent 3 wears
Lo Presrdeut Senror Class 41 Student Councrl 4
wears Honor Socretw 3 wears Wlrnstrel 39 Inter
class Basketball 2 wears Junror Varsrtw Basketball
Team 40 Narsrty Basketball Team 41 Baseball
Second Team 38 Baseball 39 40 41 Sottball
38 40 41 Bu mess Nlanager of Ardslewan 40
Busrness Nlanager of Nlagazrne Campargn 41 Cur
rent Ewents Club 41 Brrdge Club 41 Commercral
Club 41 Orchestra 8 wears Band 5 wears Intra
mural Football 3 wears
XINI FNT NIANTEILO Inter class Basketball 4
wears Second Team Baseball 39 Golf Team 39
40 Presrdent Sophomore Class 39 Socral Club
40 41 Honor Socretw 8 wears Assrstant Edrtor
ot Ardsleyan 40 Class Treasurer 41
ll Nl- PIHENHAI LR Honor Socretw 6 wears Ba
ketball Team 38 39 Hockey Team 38 39 Dra
matrc Club 41 Socral Club 40 41 Grrls Inter
c ss Basketball 38 39 41 Art Edrtor ot
Ardslevan 40 Xrce presrdent 38 39 Senror
OLIXPR BRINRFRHOPP Honor Socretw 9 wears
.lunror warsrtw Basketball Team 40 Inter-class
Brsketball Team 39 warsrtw Basketball Team 41
Inter class Baseball 38 39 40 Wrnner Green
burgh League Poul Shootrng Contest 40 Socral
RI! HARD NLADER Varsrty Basketball 2 years
.Iunror Varsrtw Basketball I wear Warsrtw Baseball
2 wears Junror warsrtw Baseball 1 wear Inter
class Basketball 1 wear Intramural Softball 4
THOMAS GFRAGI-IT! Junror Varsrtw Basketball
wears Bow Scouts 3 wears Honor Socretw 3 wears
Socral Club 41 Softball 4 wears Presrdent of Com
mercral Club 41
EDWIN XXHI4IrLlaR Freshman Class Treasurer
Baseball 38 39 40 Honor Socretw Swears Treas
urer of Honor Socretw' 40 Presrdent of Honor So
cretw 41 Basketball Second Team 40 Sophomore
Class Treasurer 'Vlmstrel 39 Advertrsrng Manager
of Ardslewan 40 Chrrstmas Plav 40 Softball
League 40 Outdoor Club 40 Senror Play 41
Pageant for Amerrca 40 Abraham Lrncoln Pro
gram 41 Dramatrc Club 41 Commercral Club
41 Cheer leader 41 Inter class Basketball 41
SARAH IU'-lUONE Class Xrce presrdent 31 8
Grrls Basketball Varsrtw 38 39 Prng Pong
Champ tGrr1sl 38 Nlrxed Doubles Prng Pong
Champ 39 Cheer leader 3 years Socral Club 40
41 Commercral Club 41 Honor Socretw 40 Sen
ror Plaw 41 Student Councrl 2 wears
l'Al I1 NELSON Inter class Basketball 4 vears
Band 3 wears Nlrnstrel 39 Socral Club 40 41
Brrdge Club 41 Current Ewents Club 41 Assem
blw Programs 41 Senror Plaw 41 Honor Socrety
1 wears Bow Scouts 5 years
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or Varsrty 1 year Inter class Basketball 2 years
Nlrnstrel 39 Senror Play 41 Crrculatron Manager
Ardsleyan 40 Current Events Club 41 Athletrc
Club 3 years Vrce presrdent 38 Boy scouts 7
years Honor Socrety 1 year Intra mural Softball
4 years Intra mural Football 3 years
ANGELINE D PAOLUCCI Honor Socrety 10
years Orchestra 4 years Glee Club 4 years C
presrdent of Glee Club 40 School Ensemble 40
Wrnstrel 39 Vrce presrdent of Class 38 Student
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a 40 Class Secretary 40 Class Reporter 3
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porter 41 Honor Socrety Reporter 41 Inter
vreyyrng Reporter 41 Honor Basketball Team 38
39 Inter class Ba ketball 4 years Intra mur1l
Basketball 39 41 Frrst Honor Hockey Team 39
40 41 Brrdge Club 41 Commercral Club 4
Sclence Club 41 Publrcrty Senror Play 41 W A X
Board 41 Ballad for Amerrcans 40
ANNA ANSELN10 Honor Socrety 7 years JUIIIOI'
Narsrty Basketball Team 38 39 Senror Varsrty
Basketball Team 40 Inter class Basketball Team
38 39 40 Drarnatrc Club 41 Socral Club 33
40 41 Senror Play 41 Baseball Team 39 40
Vlrnstrel Show 39 Senror Chorus 37 Typrn
Edrtor of Ardsleyan 40
ANNA BRINIxI1RHOl+F Honor Socrety 7 years
Senror Play 41 Cheer leader 41 Jun1or Varsrty
Basketball Team 38 39 Varsrty Basketball Team
40 Grrls Inter class Basketball 4 years Hockey
Team 38 39 Baseball Team 3 years
Cornmrttee 40 Fashron Show 40 Socral Club 3
years Commercral Club 41
L11 IO LRISI Orchestra 7 years Band 5 years
Socral Club 40 41 Honor SOC1EIy 3 years .Iunror
Varsrty Basketball Team 37 38 Varsrty Baskrt
ball Team 39 40 41 Nat10nalC0mpetrrt10n 40
41 Mrrrstrel 39 Class Treasurer 40 Cub Scout
2 years Boy Scouts 4 years
BATHRXN BAKER Honor Socrety 7 years Sen
ror Play 41 Inter class Basketball 40 41 Hock
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Club 40 41 Volley Ball 41 Grrl Scouts 7 years
V1CBDl6S1dGDtOf W A A Board 41 Ardsleyan
DOROTHEA EDWARDS Honor Socrety 10 years
Tlrrrd Degree 41 Secretary Honor Socrety 41
Publrcrty Manager of Ardsleyan 40 Hockey Team
38 39 40 Mrnstrel 39 Grrl Scouts 7 years
Inter class Basketball 38 39 Senror Play 41
Bovylrng Club 41
EWELXN FATON Junror Varsrty Basketball 38
39 Secretary ot Class 38 Softball 8 9 40
Fashron Show 40 Class Secretary 39 Prng Pong
2nd place 39 Varsrty Basketball Team 40 Prng
Pong Champron Grrls Srngles 41 Prng Pong
Champ1on Grrls Doubles 41 Senror Play 41
Dramatrc Club Play 41 Inter class Basketball 4
years Honor Socrety 5 years Socral Club 41
tAR1IINE P PALERNIO Honor Socrety 4 years
Baseball 40 Basketball Varsrty 41 Senror Plav
41 Commercral Club 41 Socral Club 40
Intramural Softball 38 39 40 Pageant of
America 40 mrxed Doubles Prng Pong Champ 40
Nlf HOLAS Sf ALLERO Inter class Basketball 38
Junror Varsrty Basketball 39 40 Intra mural
Softball 4 years
LOLIS A PILOWIEINA Honor SOCIGIY 3 years Golf
Team 2 year Dramatrc Club 41
WALTER XLRNON Boy Scouts 5 years Inter
class Basketball Team 37 39 Softbalr Team 40
Photography Club 41 Outdoor Club 41
H DeNIIxE Basketball Varsrty 2 years
or Varsrty 2 years Baseball Junror
Honor Socrety 3 years Ballad for
Cubs 1 year Boy Scouts 5 years
Senror Play 41 Softball 4 years
1IuRAT Class Treasurer 38
Basketball 38 Intramural Baseball
Varsrty 39 Forums and Debates 41
Baseball 39 40 41 Honor
years Mrnstrel Show 39 Socral Club
Play 41 Assembly Programs 41
BALIIEL Boy Scouts 5 years Honor
Soc1ety 6 years Second Degree 41 Socral Club
41 Outdoor Club 40 41 Ardsleyan Commrt
Wilt HAEI1 SPANO Inter class Basketball 38 Jun
ror Varsrty Basketball 39 40 Varsrty Basketball
Team 41 Intra mural Softball 4 years
THOWLAS NORTON Honor Socrety 1 year Presr
dent of Current Events Club 41 Club Assembly
Programs 41 Senror Play 41
ALBREDA OROTH Second Team Basketball 40
Baseball Team 39 Ardsleyan Art Commrttee 40
HOWARD SEOOR Honor Socrety 5 years Vlrnstrel
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class Basketball 37
NIC HOLAS MAI RI Varsrty Baseball 4 years Var
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TOP ROW IYWID Engleman Tessle enrv Loxs Ann Banxster Gordon Schultz
Eleanor lmmedlato Wallace
QECOND ROW DaVld Montarulx Anita Heller Robert ohnson Betty lVlorett1 oseph Dunbar ohn
Holscher Molly Delreo Noreen Budd William Neylan
THIRD ROW Walter Keller Kathleen Gorman Douglas Frenth Ellzabeth Schnelder Charles Bene
duct Ruth Daley Fred Wllbur Rosetta C-randolfl Theodore Marquxs
BOTTOM ROW Jean Van Dusen Howard Eaton Fllomena Lancellottx ack Cammack Doris Duda
Wllllam Waddell Frances Renda Meta Scharf
ABSENT I-ledy Szekely Herbert TYHVIS
ln September last year s Sophomore clas es became enthuslastlc UHIOYS under the guldance
of MISS Clayton We chose our OHICCYS for the year who were as follows Charles Benedict Presldent
Lois Ann Banlster Vlce presldent Dons Duda Secretary oseph Dunbar Treasurer
lmmedlately after the Chrlstmas holldays we returned to school to plan for the most lmpor
tant project of the year It was the publxcatlon of the school yearbook the ARDSLEYAN We chose
as our theme School aetlvltles since they were uppermost ln the lTlll'1dS Of every student lZJeCallSe of the
new clubs and the trlumphant basketball teams
Through the cooperatlon of students and our advlser, MISS Clayton, we were able to accom
pllsh the thmgs we had set out to do thls year ,
ThlS, our Junior year, wlll lmger long ln our memorles
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We welcomed four new pupxls Ruth Carroll Fred Centsch Rlta Crabattarl and Barbara
Ryder early ln the school term Our class OHICCYS were elected as follows Arthur Hackett President
Helen O Grady Vice presldent Emerson Vlrden Treasurer and Llly Gubler Secretary
Most of our puplls have joined the Washington Trlp Club We wish to thank our mothers for
their cooperatlon ln making our 6l'St project a cake sale a complete success At the present wrltmg
we are planmng another slmnlar project
Llly C-ubler our W A A representatnve IS also manager of the Sophomore gurls basket
ball team The boys team IS captaxned by Gregory Hagoplan and managed by Fred Centsch
Emerson Vlrden and Llly Gubler represent Sophomore C on the Ardsleyan board
TOP ROW Helen O C-rady john Venners Elinor MacLeod Angelo COSt81tlnl Lucille Bell Arthur
Hackett Barbara Ryder Arthur McCartney
SECOND ROW Robert Munsell Marlon Phllllps Otto Agnano Margaret Contant Fred Gentsch
Ann McCormack Mary McCormack El1zabethVandergr1ft
THIRD ROW Adelaide Jacobs n Emerson Vxrden Charles Van Brunt C raldme Rodgers C-regory
Hagoplan Llly Gubler
BOTTOM ROW Thomas Pasquale Ruth Carroll Ned Bolce anlce Frltche Frank Yozzo Ruta Cla
battarx Edward Lynn Evelyn Brown
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TOP ROW Mary DeNarclo Annabelle Hogan Nlary DeFeo TCSSIC DeNardo Margaret Santore
Vlola DeMuro Edna Wheeler
SECOND ROW Frances 1.eFurgy Anna Wilbur Frank Scallero Domemca Arone Dorothy Hadad
THIRD ROW Wllllam Rosano Theodore Knoesel Andrew Reld Carmine Pascone DOfHlDlCk Lan
cellottl Mxchael Novlello Mlchael Nloccla
BOTTOM ROW Michele Anselmo Daniel Fllomena George Brlnkerhoff Robert Bunch ohn Pal
ermo Peter Frlschmann Thomas De'Vluro
ABSENT Bessle Novnello Domlnlck Furllla
After a very pleasant summer vacation the Sophomore B class conslstlng of 31 pupils
turned joyously to high school i,
We soon elected class offxcers who were re elected ln january They were President
Thomas DeMuro VICE presldent Nancy Wilbur Secretary Domenlca Arone and Treasurer Annabelle
Wlth the cooperatlon of the members of the Washlngton Trap Club we sold candy at the
Home basketball games to mcrease our club funds We won the P T A money for the month of February
Through the careful guldance of our teachers we have had a successful school year
Domenlca Arone Secretary
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On a brlght day m September the portals of Ardsley Hugh School swung wlde to usher m the
wide eyed eager Freshmen Old acquamtances were soon renewed and plans were made for the year s
work under the guidance of Miss Robbxe Anne Clabattarn and Evelyn Ryder Joined our group early ln
At our first class meetmg the following officers were elected Rosma Mantello Presldent
Earl ohnson Vlce president Dorothea Fnschmann Secretary Patrlcla Monfort Treasurer
We have entered into varlous actlvltles during the year Most of us are members of the
Honor Society and have already recelved our class awards this year The majorlty of the class have
become members of the Washington Trip Club and are eagerly antxclpatlng that trlp at the end of four
ln une we shall hold our annual food sale the proceeds of which will be used toward the
financing of the trlp to Washxngton
Thus our first year ln hugh school has been a busy but happy one
FIRST ROW Richard Allen Patrlcxa Monfort Robert Blouln Dorothea Frlschmann Earl ohnson
SECOND ROW Rhoda Buser Donald Thomas Marlon Clmmo Robert Cudney Paullne Lutz
BOTTOM ROW Evelyn Ryder John Caporale Roslna Mantello LeRoy Altken Anne Clabattan
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TOP ROW Mary DAngelo John Wright Beatrlce Schmldt Warren Brown Katherine Malsano
SECOND ROW Wllllam Groth Geraldlne Gorman Pxerre Youmans Madeline DeRosa George
Spano VICIOTIH DeNardo
BOTTOM ROW George Furllla Donald Rooney Florence DeAst1s Andrew Noe Doris Munck Phlllp
During our hrst year ln hlgh school elghteen of us worked together Katherine Malsano
jomed us early ln the term
Necessary busmess was taken care of early The OHICCTS who served loyally were Warren
Brown Presldent Mary D Angelo Vice president Dorls Munck Secretary and john Wrlght Treas
urer After that other matters were acted upon The most Important of these was the establlshment of
the Washlngton lrlp Club whlch now has twelve members
We partrcxpated ln varlous actlvltles the selllng of ma azlne subscriptions for the benefit of
the SCHIOTS was one of them ln November we sold Chnstmas cards to ralse money for our own club
Our girls cooperated with the Freshman C girls ln basketball but they were not very suc
cessful They hope for better results ln the future Our boys on the other hand lost only one game
Two of our boys George Spano and George Furllla were honored further by wmnmg places on Ards
ley s second team
We are looking forward to becommg sophomores and partlclpatxng xn other actlvltles next
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BASEBALL Once agam the call for candidates for Varsity Baseball has gone out The return gf five
letter men Nlcky Macn Douglas lVlcK1rgan Richard Mader Carmine Palermo and LOUIS
Caporale rs the basrs around whnch thus year s team wrll be built It IS hoped that the abxlrty
of the many promlsmg Freshmen and Sophomores will carry the school to the same heights
as that enjoyed by the Varsity Basketball team of l940 4l
INTER CLASS BASKETBALL Each year the Physical Education Department sponsors an mter class
basketball league Here all future varsity stars perform for the honor of thelr respective
classes Exciting games are held each afternoon At the present trme wlth one game to play
there IS a chance for three classes to tre for first place
PING PONG BADMINTON SHUFFLEBOARD The wmt
er session found actlvrty centering
around these socral games Many outstandlng players were developed thus year m Table
Tennis Champlonshlps are stlll to be played off
SOFTBALL Each fall and sprmg intra mural games are enjoyed on the playground Srxty boys
partrclpated ln the league last fall and many rnterestxng games were played
GOLF Each sprmg Mr Horend takes charge ofa group of boys mterested rn golf Several matches
are played wxth neighboring schools
TENNIS-Several students who like tennis for recreation
have found the new court an added attraction Cp U5 X
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Under the guidance of our new gurls physlcal ID
structor Mlss VITUIUIH Vaca the Women s Athletlc Asso
clatlon of Ardsley Pllgll was founded last fall at a mass
meetmv of the hugh school glrls who chose for their student
leaders Lons Ann Banlster President Kay Baker Vlce
presldent Amta Heller Secretary
The hrst undertaking of the Board was the devls
mg of a polnt system whereby all glrls who were truly mter
Ps, ested mlght earn an award not only the star athletes as
prevlously ThlS system has thus far proven qulte satlsfac
tory and seems to be lmprovlng with tlme
The sport season was officially opened last fall by a hockey game at lrvmgton where our gnr s
pent a very enjoyable afternoon as guests of the Irvington Hlgh School Physical Ed Department
the hockey season faded out the girls turned their energles and mterests toward badmmton volleyball
pmg pong and shuffle board Of the badminton group Elmor MacLeod proved to be the most skxllful
capturmg the smgles champlonshlp She and Llly C-ubler subdued all OPPOSIIIOH ln the badmmton
doubles tournament emerglng undefeated at the end of the season The King of pmg pong IS none
other than Ex elyn Eaton and the wlnners of the shuffle board encounters are une Elsenhauer and ean
Then came the most popular sport of all basketball Judging from the great number of
the falrer sex who attended the practices even Kay Baker came out and she proved to be qulte
asset to her team too' An extenslve mter class and mtra mural schedule was drawn up This pro
vided a number of excltmg games for the student spectators Of the four mtra mural teams namely the
Screwballs Musty Bears Puny Putrld Petunlas and the lgnats the PPPS conquered the
banner and were honored wlth a game agamst the faculty This latter team was composed of star col
lege athletes and starred Pop Brown as Raggedy Ann Chuck Horend as Mae West Wxld Bull Duke
as Shirley Temple and Maestro Vmcent as Sally Rand fwoo' woo' But their clowmng dldn t fool u
No slree They certainly had to put up a Hght against those Battllng Beauties Serlously this game
provlded a great deal of wholesome amusement for a record audxence of pupils Thus ended a most
successful basketball season To Kathleen Gorman went an A plus for the efflclent manner ln which she
executed her duties as manager
A vitally needed posture class was organized and recelved with great enthusiasm by an eager
group of glrls who were anx ous to xmprove thelr h alth and appearance
Hedy Szekely and A D Paoluccx
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Throughout the year the orchestra has been swiftly rebuilt to a bigger and more complete
unlt than It has ever been before The instrumentation includes for the first time two flutes two cellos
two French horns a viola and an oboe all of which have contributed greatly to the quality of our
With this advantageous start combmed with the zeal and ambltlon of the members under
a capable director the orchestra will again venture to compete hoping to equal if not better its pre
vlous record of State recognition
Although busily engaged preparing for the competition the members have taken time to
B A N D
School reopen rehearsals begin Maestro Vincent directs teaching flat feet
pigeon toed knock kneecl marching techmque pulls his few remaining halrs finally
mastered Dress parade Drum major and twlrlers synchronized perfection resplendent
In appearance colors of Ardsley in uniforms thrill all boys crowds roar thunder
for more girls knock em cold
Pep Assemblies Band plays we re in the army now attention cheers
yells Bonfire celebration Leaping flames leaping Indians war whoops the band
blares boy it s cold ten degrees above We lead the parade round and round the bon
re the school gee It s cold We go home Friday mte Basketball game me
ha a whistle shrleks drums roll Here they come stately glamorous they
please the eye they lead the band five twlrlers Drum Major the band fills the floor
twisting turning Look' a spear head now a wheel they re marking out letters
Wow' what a show
Poor down beat Ted please keep penmes out of his Sousaphone ohn Cap always
on the spot Ladies man ohn Venners truly interested always ready to swing mto
hot JA M Flash Lefurgy baby of the outfit mnocent to all abuse Bob lmmy really
his trombone IS taller than he conclusion he doesn t swallow It when playing Lois Ann
20 measures rest I beat 20 measures rest
Serious again The music begins reverent silence everyone rises our new Alma
Mater is played Student body smgs respectfully thundering applause public approves
We prepare for the concert We help at the Scout Circus what performers we re actors
too June again we ve had a busy year it was fun bigger and better band shows
parades next year well not RUST on our laurels
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N I O R C H O R
Last May the Senior Chorus by hard work sklllful coachlng and a will to succeed added
to the many glorles of A H S by establlshmg for ltself a place of hugh rank among the other schools
ln vocal accomplishments
Aprll 26 the date of the Muslc Competltnon Festlval for Eastern New York State the mem
bers b fore departing sang a happy birthday to Principal Sllllman who declared that he could ask no
better blrthday present than the news of thexr success
The followlng week a Journey was made to Poughkeepsle where the State Flnals were
held A complete victory was won This meant ellglblhty for Natlonal Competltlonl
Therefore bright and early while most of the townsfolk were asleep an eager hopeful chor
us accompanied by Mr SllllITlaI'l who seemed to be our good luck charm and the director Mr Vln
cent left for Albany to challenge all the other lea dlng choral groups of the eastern part of our nation
Soon the news arrlved that the smgers had carried the colors of Ardsley to natxonal honor by recelvlng
top rating for concert performance
Bronze medals were awarded to the members of the chorus Slgnlfylng their partlclpatxon
m Natlonal Competltlon while a beautlful one was awarded to Maestro Vmcent A permanent record
of these rrrusrcal achlevements was presented to the muslc department ln the form of a handsome
But all thxs dlcl not come about by mere chance It meant hard consclentlous work and con
stant acrxfices on the part of all The cooperatron of the faculty the mterest asslstance and lnsplra
t1on of Mr S1ll1man and the sklllful coachmg of the dxrector who had moulded a prlze wlnmng chorus
from just another high school group were the secrets of our success
Thxs year the Chorus IS agam preparmg fox competltlon but regardless of the outcome ltW1ll
be consrderecl an invaluable experlence for every one
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Concentratlng on tnm hgures this year erght gurls formed a club whrch journeyed to the
Tarrytown Y every Monday afternoon Althou h they were amateurs they were soon bowlmg a
continuous score of l00 They vow that next year the score will reach 200' Perhaps they drdn t reach
therr purpose of tr1m figures but they denved enough mdrvrdual pleasure from bowling to make up
for lt The glrls wrsh to express thexr apprecratnon to Mxss Buell and Miss Conklin for the transportatlon
and leadershlp of the group
Lons Ann Banrster
10' BRIDGE CLUB
Thats qurte common now among the me'nbers of the Horend Kluge Brldge Club so expert
have we all become
It all began last fall at the home of Mr Charles W Horend where the club held rts first or
ganlzatlon meetmg After a brlef buslness session Mr Horend explained the fundamentals of good
bridge playing then we went ahead to apply that advlce lt certalnly must have been good for the
prlze went to one who had never played the game before'
Thereafter the club was dlvlded into two groups of e ght whlch met at the homes of drffer
ent members on alternate Mondays
The two members of the faculty Mr Horend and Mr Kluge who graclously consented to
supervlse have not only given countless valuable hmts and trlcks on good bridge playlng but have
often wrlllngly supplled the fourth hand
This organlzatlon has been a profitable Investment for all concerned Some have been grven
an excellent opportumty to learn the game and others have lmproved thenr prevnous playmg Further
more each acquired by entertalmng and bemg ent rtamed many little soclal graces whlch wlll be so
important ln later llfe
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The newly organlzed Commercial Club whxch meets every Tuesday evening has a member
ship of twenty five students Thomas Creraghty wa elected to serve as presldent and Fannie D Angelo
as secretary Although Fannie IS no longer ln school she attends these meetings to obtaln practlce rn
shorthand and typlng
The Commerclal Club has been a means of completing more work than can be done rn the
classe for those who wlsh to earn commercial awards Demonstrations of buslness machines have
been glven by MISS Clayton She also gave a resume of her western trlp which she had taken during
the summer and showed many lnterestlng souvemrs collected along the way
RRENT EVENTS CL
The Current Events Club has been organlzed under the SUPCIVISIOD of Mr Mann The fol
lowing are members of the club Ralph DeN1ke Vrncent Mantello Paul Nelson Robert ulllerat
Thomas Norton Graham Bell Eleanor lmmedrato Louis Caporale Douglas McKxrgan and Dorothy
Mcl-lenry Thomas Norton was elected President and Dorothy McHenry Secretary
Twice throughout the year the club held debates rn ass mbly The toplcs were And To
Brltaln and Frfth Column ACtlVltlCS
The club was formed to acquaint the members with current problems and to discuss possible
The Dramatrcs Club was organized under the SUPCYVISIOD of Mr Perretz The club was
established to devote time to the production of the rmpler plays and gradually to work up to the pro
ductlon of more advanced plays
The first one act play produced ln assembly was New Glrl ln Town Uncle Bob s Brlde
and Dormitory Dub were two other plays produced
Although all of the actors and actresses ln the club may not measure up to Clark Crable and
Carole Lombard everyone takes great prrde rn being a memb r of the club and trles hrs best to make
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The French Club had a year of varied activity during i940 4I At the beginning of the year
we cooperated with the Amencan and French Students C0fl'CSP0ndChCC Exchange to help the French
refugees in unoccupied France and ln England
The girls knitted sweaters and baby sacks We corresponded with French cadets who had
escaped to England after the siege of Dunquerque We sent medicaments to refugee headquarters and
sold pencils to contribute our share of monetary aid
At Christmas tlme we made Christmas cards which we sent to our parents and friends
ln addition to these activities we enjoyed a program of cultural activities We sang French
songs played historical and quiz games in French and read French plays BS part Of Our Club program
In May we presented over radro Sratron WBNX New York an original historical playlet
written especially for the radio by Miss Bltterman our sponsor
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The Outdoor Club which is one of the oldest clubs in the school was reorganized in Septem
ber with the revival of the school club program A' the first meeting the following officers were elected
Gordon Schultz President lrwln Engleman Treasurer oe Dunbar beeretary Mr Srllrman Adviser
Other members of the club are Robert ohnson Wallace Hay Ted Marquis Walter Vernon Emerson
Virden Paul Nelson and Forrest Baulieu
During October two early morning hikes and breakfasts were held
ln November the biggest trip of the season took place It was a four day trip to Virginia
The mam points of mterest were Endless Caverns The Blue Rldge Mountains Skyline Drive Gettys
burg Valley Forge and the Natural Bridge of Virginia
Later in the month we viewed some very beautiful movies of the western parks of our
ln December the Club enjoyed a talk by Dr Don Failing on his adventures along the Lab
An emergency service unit was organized in the club to serve the community in severe
storms or any other type of catastrophe ln anuary the emergency service unit had its first trial
when its members served I I2 hours in the Airplane Observation test held under the direction of the
U S Army
ln anuary and February three short f ps were made to Mr Silllman s cabin
The club sold Amerlcan Flag sets to earn money to purchase supplies for emergency service
The members feel that this year has been 8 m0St worth While and CnJ0yablC One
l:,ight boys under the direction of Rodn y Ferguson formed the Photography Club The
following boys were members Martin Engleman Walter Vernon Forrest Bauheu Robert ulllerat
Howard Secor Fred Gentsch William Neylan and Gordon H Schultz
The club had for its goal the bringing together of students who were interested in gaming
greater skill in the art of photography
Experience was also acquired in the fields of developing printing and enlarging films All
the members derived both pleasure and knowledge from participating in the club activities during
ODEL RAILROAD CL
In September four boys oe Dunbar Wallace Hay Emerson Virden and Robert ohnson
all interested in model railroads formed a club Robert ohnson was elected President Wallace Hay
Vice president loe Dunbar Secretary Emerson Vlrden Treasurer
Many ideas were suggested but money was lacking Since the necessary funds could not be
easily obtained the boys secured other means for carrying out their ideas
Since that time the four have journeyed to Irvington every week where a friend has taught
the boys to lay scale tracks build cars and operate a model railroad
The boys have taken such a keen interest that they are now in possession of five scale model
freight cars and two cabooses They are indeed very proud of these
h bb The chief purpose of the club is to learn how to build models and to provide a worth while
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New recruxts have swelled the ranks of last year s Social Club to overflowing and under the
leadershnp of ack Cammack and Robert Munsell they have come to look forward to the Friday after
Plng pong and danclng constltute the program wlth the latest swmg records of the popular
bands for muslc
ust before Christmas vacatlon the club gave a hollday dance Thls first blg venture proved
xery successful About hfty couples danced to the strams of a mckelodeon Perhaps lf the dances
nn the future prove to be as successful as thus one the club can afford to hare an orchestra
ln this orgamzatlon the members have not only learned to mingle with one another but also
have found that the spmt of cooperatlon has brought them closer together ThlS feelmg has grown
under the fostering of Miss Vaca who has been the guldlng star of the club
H O N O R S O CIE Y
Ar a meeting ln September the Honor Soclety now numberxng over two hundred members
elected Edwxn Wheeler President Angelina Paoluccl Vice president Dorothea Edwards Secretary
and lrwln Engleman Treasurer They were assxsted by slx other Thlrd Degree members Robert ohn
son Eleanor lmmedlato Charles Benedxct Graham Bell l..1ly C-ubler and Elmor MacLeod Mass Helen
Robble was chosen to be the advlser
Early IH October a most mterestlng movie was enjoyed by many of the student body No
vember 29 marked the Flrst Degree lmtlatxon at vxhlch tlme thlrty seven students were mducted lnto
the Honor SOCICIY A banquet and xmpresslve ceremony marked the enterlng of twenty four members
mto the Second Degree on February 8 At thrs tune Mr George Godfrey of the Tarrytown Y M C
A dellvered an lnsplrmg message
In the early sprlng the long antlclpated pxcnxc will take place and later on the annual Third
The year could not go by without thanltmg our adviser Mass Robbie for her untlrlng worf'
to see that all our BCIIVIIICS were carrled out successfully
S T U D E N T C O U N C
This year the Student Councll has strlven to make the school actlvltles more lnterestmg and
numerous Wnth the guldance and advice of Mr Perretz lt has succeeded rn doing so thus far
To secure money wlth whlch xt plans to buy varlous articles for the school the Student Coun
cxl has sold plns and penclls durlng the past year
Wnth the assistance of Mr Perretz the Student Council has glven many lnterestlng assem
blues whlch proved enjoyable to the students We are all very grateful to Mr Perretz who has been
very llberal wlth hls suggestlons throughout the Student Councll aCtlVltlCS
rl he following members have acted as offxcers for the Student Councll this year
President Graham Bell
Vice presldent Dorothy Mel-Ienry
Secretary Roslna Nlantello
Correspondlng Secretary Lois Ann Banlster
Treasurer Louxs Caporale
Student Councll Secretary
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The organlzatlon of the Scout Troop began ln September wlth the appointment of a new
Scoutmaster Harlan A Thomas Mr Thomas had prevxou ly served as Scoutmaster for elght years
Twenty nlne scouts made up the troop vuth Gordon Schultz as the assistant scoutmaster
Paul Nelson and Robert ohrson acted as Junior asslstants Four patrols were formed under the lead
ershlp of lqorrest Baulleu Charles Benedict Wal er Vernon and Emerson Vlrden
ll was a very successful year One boy earned star rank four boys hrst class rank and
eighteen boys second class rank Flfteen merit badges were awarded at only two courts of awards
Ten boys entered the troop this year with the loss of onlv two one moving and one dropping because
of school work
Hlghllghts of the years program Include Watscr Bell lVlemor1alN1ght October Parents
Night ln December Father and Son Dlnner ID February Charter 'Nlnght ln April Scout Cxrcus ln Mav
and Camporee ln une
The Scouts wlsh to express their appreclatlor to the Board of Education for the use of the
school the Troop Commlttee the American Lemon tle spore ors of th troop the Lions Club and
the cltlzers of Ardsley
We were happy to welcome Mr Kluge xs an asslstant Cubmaster last fall and wxth hls help
rt was posslble to enlarge the pack to thlrty two boys The foqr dens haue had almost perfect attend
ance all year Our outslde actlvltles have Included a Varents Nrght a Father and Son Banquet bas
ketball games and work on the Scout CITCUS The mterest ln Qubblng IS indicated by the long walt
mg llst of boys who wlsh to jom our group
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As our troop started the year wlth forty two members we had to separate mto Group A
which met on Tuesdays and Group B whlch met on Wednesdays We collected dlscarded clothing
and metal for the Brltam at Bay Ald Soclety made valentlnes for one hundred fifty chlldren ln a
Lutheran Orphans Home ln Pennsylvanla and baby sacques for the local Needlework Gulld
Group A also macle scrapbooks for Sunshlne Cottage and repalred toys for dlStTlbUtlOn by
MISS Conklln and the Henry Street Settlement
broup B made embrolderecl rabbits as a Red Cross project under MISS l-lalsted s supervlslon
The whole troop IS looklng forward to tiklng part 1n the coming Scout Circus We expect to
close our Scout year wlth the tradltlonal Mother and Daughter Supper
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G I R L
We began the school term wlth slxteen actlve members Mrs BOICC our leader applled for
our membership as Senlor Glrl Scouts
Wnshnng to do somethmg to ald the Brltxsh we decxded to make an afghan Each g1rl was
asslgned to lcnlt at least six squares We also collected tm cans bottle tops and old metal to be sent
to Brltam as scrap :ron
We expect to brlng our act1v1t1es to an end wnth a Progressxve Dmner
BL TROOP I
SCOUT TROOP II
Under the able dlrectxon of their C0flClUCt0f
Mr Vincent the Ardsley Glee Club leave for
Port Chester where they compete ln the South
eastern New York State Music Festival and
quahfy for State Competition at Poughkeepsle
April 1 5
The Seniors arise at dawn and rush down to
board the 7 00 o clock traln Fmally as Nlrs
Behrmger counts her brood the tram pulls out
of the statlon the Seniors are off to Wash
The Glee Club competes m State flnals at
Poughkeepsie and quallfy for national compe
tltlon at Albany Llvlo Crnsl wms hugh honors
and becomes eligible for national finals
Ruth Gubler wms valedlctory honors and Marr
anna Frxschmann salutatory
to Albany and return with national honors
The Glee Club wlns a rating of l for perform
ance and a ratmg of 3 for slght readmg l..lvxo
CYISI wms a rating of 2
The annual Honor Society Plcnxc IS held and
enjoyed by all who attend
Come along music lovers to the annual sprlng
concert whxch promises to be the best yet Fea
tured are Lxvno Cnsn the Gxrls Glee Club
and guest artlst Edward Vlsca hauled as suc
cessor to Caruso Others taking part are the
Senior band and orchestra and are you listen
mg proud mothers3 the Beginners Orchestxa
Students vote Balfour Key to Ruth Gubler
Oh hum' Exammatxon week begms agam
and the students bury their heads ln thexr text
books for another few days
Alumm stage Garden Party for Sensor Class
Graduation day finally comes and eighth grad
ers at last become Freshmen and enter the
portals of hngh school
As a year of hard work finally comes to a
close another Senlor Class take their places in
the stage and receive thelr diplomas Ruth
Gubler wms P T A scholarshlp
School Days School Days
Dear old Golden Rule days'
Back to school skip all the sun bronzed pupils
ln gleeful expectation for who can tell what
the new term will brlng3
Once again the annual subscrxptlon campan n
beglns wlth a bang And Madam you cl bet
ter glve up ln despalr for by hook or by crook
we ll make you buy a book magazine
Teachers work and pupils play there IS a
Teachers Conference today
umor Track Meet held Grade 6E victors
Senior Track Meet Grade BH vxctors
Seniors go over the top nn Subscription Cam
Today under the leadershxp of Mr Sllllman a
group of students take a trlp to the World s
Why Sonny why are you crymg so b1tterly5
Boohoo today fsobl our teachers have sob
sob, a convention'
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Ar the break of dawn the Outdoor Club
leaves for Virginia and points south under tha,
auspices of lVlr Silllman Mr Vincent Mr Mc
Cartney and Mr l-lorend
The Ballad for Americans is a musical pag
eant to be presented at the Armistice Pro
The Nl E lVl Quimby Memorial Scholarship
Fund Card Party proves a success both socially
Lucille Bell is chosen drum majorette for our
marching band and twlrlers
Dr North makes his twelfth annual visit to
Ardsley and Interests us with his talk about
Mexico This time he compares the ancient
civilization with the modern
ety is held tonight with the Honorable Walter
C Seely as guest speaker
Come One' Come all' The basketball team
opens its season with Ardsley playing lrving
ln Quest of Santa Claus a children s oper
etta gxven by l00 grade pupils will be present
ed tonight for the P T A Christmas program
For the first time IH the history of Ardsley an
outdoor basketball rally is held 1n the rear of
our school Everyone makes merry around a
huge bonfire built in the middle of the play
ground This event proves to be most suc
School closes for the Christmas vacation al
lowmg sufficient time for shopping and a visit
to Santa Claus
The Soclal Club entertains a happy holiday
crowd at a dance
Some furrowed brows are noticed for exams
The Second Degree l!1ltlatlOl'l and Banquet
Senior Card Party given to raise funds for the
Washington Trip draws a large crowd
Ardsleyan campaign closes in the grades ohn
DeRocha wms first prize for the boys and Con
stance Smith first prize for the girls
Ardsley finishes the basketball season in sec
ond place ln the Greenburgh league
Ardsley defeats its bitter rival Croton and
wms the Tri County Basketball Championship'
ln the comical atmosphere of Swlng Fever
the annual Senior Play gets under way
The Ardsley l-lxgh School Orchestra and Sen
ior Chorus Livio C1151 saxophonist and
Nancy Wllbur twlrler win honors at East
chester in the Southeastern Competition Fes
tival The participants will Journey to Pough
keepsie to take part ln the State flnals'
The townspeople of Ardsley pay tribute to the
trxumphant Varsity Basketball Team in the
form of a dinner at Woodlands Rest The
boys are presented with another plaque which
recognizes their achievements on the floor
Members of the girls mtra mural basketball
roup challenge the faculty to another game
which proves to be fun for all
The Senior Play Swing Fewer is presented
to an appreciative audlence
The l94I Ardsleyan goes to press'
Anita Heller 4l
Ruth Daley 4l
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TOP ROW Mary Lou Wllmoth Dorls Park Laurel Struckman Rose Perlllo Claire Spelcher Secre
tary Patrlcla Rooney Ethel Yottes Nettle CIIHIDO Mary Lou Neylan
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eatrlce aporale essle Marzelra Ruthven Vlrden Edlth Altken Marlon Wrlght
Barbara BOICC Marllyn Baker Dorothy Wheeler
THIRD ROW Tony Morettx Gerard Travis Louisa Behlen Vlfglnla Secor Frances Erickson Epnp
hany Maxsano VICC president Warren Baulleu Thomas Wharmby
BOTTOM ROW William Bagge John Hackett Presxdent R l h P h
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Frlschmann Treasurer Gustav Groth Walter Egloff Chrls DeFeo Frank Clark
ln September the enrollment of the elghth grade was thlrty seven puplls There are eleven
members m the Honor Soclety and many ln the Orchestra and Band We all enjoyed the Track Meet
at whlch we came rn second Dorothy Wheeler was the gurls captam and Gerard Travis was the
boys captaln We gave a mmstrel show which was very successful l anuary twenty slx puplls
received 90 or over on thelr Spelllng Regents Xve are looking forward to graduation ln June
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A D E
On a certaln morning ln September many clean scrubbed faces showed up at Ardsley Hugh
School thlrty five of whxch filed mto our 8H home room Puttmg our heads together we selected
class OHICCYS as follows Presldent Stanley Benedxct Vrce presrdent Kathryn Patterson Secretary Lrla
MacLeod Treasurer Frank Conover The reelectlon results are President une Brmkerhoff Vice
preslclent Geoffrey Pollock Secretary Priscilla Howe Treasurer Frank Conover Under this able
leadership we have attamecl many successes and have accomplished much
We entered enthuslastlcally mto athletics and were the first to brlng the Senior Track Meet
Banner to our room Under the coaching of Miss Vaca and Mr Brown we rmproved our play m many
sports and learned many new games
We were well represented rn all the organizations of the school Several of our Honor Soc:
ety members were mrtlated mto the Second Degree
We presented a one act play Snowbound for the grade assembly Through the efforts
of Mr Herlng the cast and the backstage commlttees lt was enyoyed by all
Lila lVlacl..eod Secretary
TOP ROW Kathryn Patterson Vice presldent lst Term Lila MacLeod Secretary lst Term ean
McGregor Vlrglnla Lynn Prlscllla Howe Secretary 2nd Term Betty Hatfield Bernice
Crowley Florence Contant Vrrgmla Brown
SECOND ROW Edlth Holscher Lllllan Hadad Anna Fatone ean Garthwalte Esther DeNardo
acquelme DeAst1s une Brmkerhoff President 2nd Term Mary Ann Clmmo Ruth Agnano
THIRD ROW Frank Conover Treasurer Eugene Grandolfl Richard Dunbar Augustine Fllomena
Wllllam Borchers William Blasberg
BOTTOM ROW Geoffrey Pollock Vice presldent 2nd Term Frank Splndler FYHHCIS Young Ray
mond Pearce Wllllam King Stanley Benecllct President lst Term oseph Cleary Charles
Duryea Harold Carpenter
ABSENT Helen DelVluro Anna Montarull
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FIRST ROW Olga Raab Lorrame Wrlbur Eleanor Welch Vlctorla Ferranto oan Rooney Barbava
l-lorend Agnes Arone Mlldred Delmerlco Edith Glmbel Alllson Reld
SECOND ROW Mary Paoluccx Dorothy Muller l resrdent Dons Pearce Katherme Zangarl oan D11
lon St lla S1 noretta Bernadlne Patterson une Clabattarl Domemca DeNardo Grace
THIRD POW john Delmerlco George DCGUlStO Norman Hadad Robert Duryea Alfred Palermo
NICE president Chrlstlan Muller ohn l'apov1tch oseph Palermo Robert Cammack Treas
urer Robert Arone
BOTTOM ROW joseph Calace Mottola Louis E1 enhauer Robert lmmedrato Rlchard Smlth Fran
cms McCormack George Keehan Rlch rd Heller Secretary Richard Fuchs Robert Ryder
We started off the year by welcoming four new pupils and so Increased our class enrollment
to 4I Our next step toward havlng a good class was to elect officers as follows Presrdent Robe t
Arone Vxce president Robert lmmedrato Trea urer Rlchard Heller and Secretary Barbara Horend
For the 7nd term Presldent Dorothy Muller Vxc pre ldent Alfred Palermo Treasurer Dlck Heller
and Secretary Robert Cammack We have elgnteen pupils rn the Honor Soclety from our class and
elghteen pupils have recelved honor awards so far this year We won the P T A awards twxce thus
year and u ed part of the money for a Chrnstmas party whlch was enjoyed by all
ln October we were very enthusxastlc ofer our partlcxpatlon m the track meet wlth the elghth
grades Unfortunately we came rn thlrd but thcre were twenty one wlnners ln our class oseph
Palermo and Lorraine Wllbur were captains
Durmg the year we made donatlons to various orgamzatlons such as the Dobbs Ferry l-los
pltal to whlch we gave canned foods We made valentines and donated them to Grasslands Hospital
for the children on St Valentmes Day Our class also contrlbuted to the unlor Red Cross and the
March of Dimes for mfantlle paralysis vxctlms
ln recallmg the subjects we enjgyed thl, year we find that rn history we have studled early
Amerrcan lrfe the RCVOIUIIOD and the formmg of the new lml0n ln arlthmetnc we studled percentage
decimals graphs and meter readlng Var1ous1nClusU'lCS SUCl'1 35 fishing farming hlmtmg and ll-'mbsf
mg along wrth a study of the solar system and the study of weather made up our geography work
In all we have had a very pleasant and profitable year and hope to continue the good worn
throughout the years to come
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STATISTICS-Enrollment 26 Honor Soclety members I0 number havmg perfect attendance I0
no Illegal absences IOC punctualxty
ORGANIZATION Elected class offrcers both terms held weekly class meetlngs planned actlvxtl
assigned servlce for awards Class mothers Mrs Ernest ohnson and Mrs Anthony Nannarlello
ACTIVITIES-fal SERVICE Delivered ll7 COPIES of A H S News weekly Collected toys for
mountain chlldren of the South Made Easter cards for chlldren of Blythedale Collected dimes for
mfantxle paralysls clrnve Donated to annual con r butlons for local hospltal
b PROJECTS Modeled a large relxef map of South Amerlca and portrayed scene Rubber Gather
ers of Amazon both ln paplermache Arranged large wall and table model of the Natlvlty and plan
ned our own candlelxght Chrlstmas servlce around lt Made large murals of jungle grassland and
desert scenes show ng A rlcan life also modeled lndlvldual salt and flower maps
CLUBS Hobby Club meetlng each Fnday afternoon arranged dlsplays and made scrapboolfs of
ammals sprlng flowers and sprung blrds The alrplane club arranged a dlsplay
Cd FIELD TRIPS VlSltCd hlstorrc houses m Westchester to study furmture and clothing of the colon
l'lRST ROW Frances Nannarxello ean Van Brunt Marne Raab Dorothy Venners Carolyn Stohr Sec
retary 2nd Term Elinor Spelcher Vlce presldent lst Term Presldent 2nd Term Constance
SI COND ROW Theodore Schmidt Alexander Reld Basil Spano Elmor Stevens Wllllam Lefur y
Carl Montarulr Wnllxam Hauptmann
TI IIRD ROW Peter Emerlclc Robert Fuchs Treasurer lst Term Vice president 2nd Term oseph
Petruzzl Treasurer 2nd Term Raymond Broderick louls Pascone Wllllam Keehan Sec
retary lst Term Edwin Stone Presldent lst Term
BOFlTOlVl ROW Gerald Maloney George McCormack Clifford lsbell Ernest ohnson Robert Clary
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FIRST ROW John Cxmmo oan Meserole Vice president Edgar Bunch Barbara Qlealy Rhoda
Damm Ruth Damm
SFCOND ROW Lester MacLeod john Hogan becretary Bernice BOICC Presldent Albert Carth
walte Sarah Marzella Wllllam Brennen
l'HlRD ROW Ogden Myers Glorla Dclmerlco ohn DeRocha oan DeGu1sto Blaglo De Astls ean
BOTTOM ROW Robert Carpenter Robert Hadad Treasurer Rlchard Nolan W1ll1amMarqu1s ohn
CYISI Stella Costa
Our grade was jomed the first day of school by two new puplls oan Meserole and Ogden
Myers Two weeks later Billy Brennen came to us Our enrollment smce then has remained twenty slx
We are proud to have had perfect punctualxty and no non legal absences
Our Grade Mothers have been Mrs rrank Nolan and Mrs Wltold MBTQUIS A very success
ful tea for the Mothers was held m November Each member of our class gave an oral talk on pomts of
mterest m our curnculum
For the very first tlme our grade won the junior Track Meet Banner this year
We have found pleasure rn domg service for others We have been especlally active ln Red
Cross work Toys were repaxred ln shop and sent to Kentucky at Chrlstmas time Braille valentlnes
were made for the blmd and many favors for Grasslands Hospital were made
Our soclal xnstmct was S3tlSf'lCd with an enjoyable party at Christmas tlme
Our goal has been to present a pleasant mdustrxous and happy atmosphere ln our room
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We started out this year with thirty-six pupils. We welcomed one new pupil Patricia Lawlor.
We started the year by surpassing all former fifth grade records ln the School News cam
palgn with seventy seven subscriptions Another fall act1v1ty was the unlor Track Meet in which we
earned third place ln December we were busy with the Christmas operetta in which nineteen of our
pupils took part
We had our first Mothers Meetlng November 29 Twenty one of our mothers attended
Our class mothers this year were Mrs Murray and Nlrs Moretti Our grade won the P T A prize twice
thls year We celebrated the first winning by a Halloween Party we bought goldfish with our anuary
We have done some very lnterestlng W0rk in our classroom ln connection with our geog
raphy we built a farm dlorama in which each pupil had a part Our whole class worked on a large cut
out map of New York State The girls worked on a cotton plantation We ve made interesting projects
in history also The whole class worked on panels depicting the life of early people Each pupil made a
Viking scrapbook The boys built a castle A group of pupils completed a set of shields
Another lnterestlng activity has been our club work We have participated in activities as
follows seven Girl Scouts five Cubs thirty six unior Red Cross members thirteen Honor Society
members seven Little Helpers and thirty five Science Club members Everv pupil in our grade has
had some part in the club work Some of our projects in these organizations have been collecting and
sortlng of cancelled stamps for a hospital in Colorado collecting lead and clothing for war relief
writing cheer letters to sick friends making scrapbooks and carving soap animals for Grasslands Hos
With all these activities our flfth grade has been a very busy place this year
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TOP ROW Evelyn Kamke Presldent Marianne Nl ner Treasurer Ellen McCormack Ann Borcher
Edelgard antzen Diane Horend Grace Behlen Mary Mantello oan Emerick Secretary
SECOND ROW Florence DeFeo Frances Mannuccxa Roslna Lancellottl Marie Morettl ennle Ren
da Pauline DeAst1s Patricia Lawlor Alberta Holscher Theodora Ryder
THIRD ROW Virglnla lVlacDonr'ald LOUlSAddOf1Sl0 George Papovltch ohn P Cimmo Donald
Fatone Henry Groth lan Lorlmer Robert Van Dusen Donald Wahlqulst
BOTTOM ROW Steven Pannick oseph Murra3 Roy Nannarxello Arthur Egloff Willard Benedict
Vice president Umberto Paolucci David Kmes Crane Hackett Alfred Costantlni
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TOP ROW jacquelme Rooney Angela Ruteglan Bessle Panmck oan Byrne Vxrglnla Grandolh
Grace Cartwrr ht Celestlne Klng Patrlcla Hotalmg Dorothy Denarx
SECOND ROW Joan Myers Barbara Jane Slaybdugh Nancy ane Schultz ean Thomas ane Scharf
oanne Groth Mar aret Young Lxlllan T apovl ch Annlna Slgnoretta
THIRD ROW Fred Klatte Charles DeGu1sto David Brendel Donald Brennan Henry Cockefur Ger
ard Hadad Ruloff Muller
FOURTH ROW Charles Buckes Martln Erlckson ames Yvrnght Donald Struckman Lee Wallac
Hennessy Vlctor Arone Mlchael Wllmoth Wllllam Wllson Robert Ulrlck
BOTTOM ROW Frank Elsenhauer Peter Wolle Robert Broderick George Bagge James Horencl
Patsy DeNardo Wlllxam Cook Vlto Pasquale Dominick Fatone
When we entered the Fourth Grade there were forty one of us Wilfred Cole and Fred Klatte
moved away Donald Brennen Patrxcla Hotallng Angela Ruteglan have Joined us our total now rs
tcrty two Twenty five of the class are Honor Society members
Our class OEICCYS for the first term were Dorothy Denan Presldent Barbara Slaybaugh
Vxce presxdent The second term Vxto Pasquale Presxdent and Barbara Slaybaugh Vnce presndent
We ve won the P T A prlze once With our prize money we bought glass vlollns for our lvy
Mrs Wolle was our class mother Mrs Buckes our associate mother
We were happy to bring artrcles for the Dobbs Ferry Hospltal and for the children m Grass
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orty ve We elected Nina o Muller president and Gllbert Hadad VICE president Durmg the ast
half of the year Geraldme Pruett served as presldent and Robert Wood as vxce presndent
We have all had to work hard to try to become better readers We have trxed to learn hows
to grve and take nn such a large group and thus become better cltnzens nn Ardsley Hugh School
Many of us have qualified for emblems a d are workmg toward the other awards
We enjoyed our Chrlstmas party our Valentme box and our other good times
FIRST ROW Deborah Howe Allene Lewis Cl B lc S
axre uc es uzanne Recca Valeslca Bliss Frances
Pannlck Alvera Mannuccla Marilyn Schneider Arllne Klatte
COND ROW ,loan Lutz Geraldine Pruett Dolores Km Dorothy Hotallng Glorla Petruzzl Mary
McGregor Norma Perlllo ayce Wharmby Rosa Spano
THIRD ROW Betty Ann Stone Henr W K
y oessner athleen Strachan Thomas Wllbur Beverly Chris
tlano Thomas Altlerl Patrlcla Cleary Vito DeNarclo Nma o Mlller
FOURTH ROW Frank Fraletta Coodw1nVandergr1ft Donald Paterson Richard Brennan Richard
Clary Robert Wood Gerald Perlllo Peter Plller David Brown
BOTTOM ROW juhu E l ff B P
s go ruce atterson Charles Sullrvan joseph McCormack Leonard Gaar
der Thomas Marzella Warren Maloney Gilbert Hadad Donald Capra
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TOP ROW Marguerlte Ryan osephme Palermo Barbara Howe osephlne DeRocha oan Kaerch
er Lucllle DeAst1s Frlecla Wolff oan Stohr Peggy Avery Ellen McPhee
SECOND ROW Geraldine Cartwrlght Julla Montarull Eleanor Wahlqulst oan Koster Vlfglhla
Brennan Ann Marie Sulllvan acquellne Reno Mary Costantlnl Barbara Edelman Con
THIRD ROW Melvln Redmond Richard Moore Henry Crelner oan Garnier acquellne Blasberg
Barbara Wuestner Mary Fraletta Everett Brown ay Rainey ames Lawlor
FOURTH ROW John Yottes Wllllam Hoover Xvalter Schmidt Danlel Gorman Gregory Scallero
Frank Novlello Wxlllam Woessner Guy Lawyer
FIFTH ROW Donald Duryea Russell Brown Robert Kamke Harold Kamke ames uxllerat Harold
Wllson joseph King ohn ones George DeFeo ack Reno
Grade Two IS crowded to Its very door
Wnth twenty four glrls and twenty four boys
All trymg to read and learnlng to wnte
Having our share of trials and Joys
Arrthmetlc and Spelllng are on our clally lust
With muslc drawing and gym for fun
And partles and plcnlcs now and then
And before we know lt, the year will be done
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Our class is now composed of thirty-five boys and girls. We did have three more boys, but
two moved away and ln February Bully Hoover was promoted to Grade Two
Mrs Oscar Acker and Mrs Frank Calace Mottola served as our grade mothers They and
thelr committee held a very successful parents meetmg lh the fall
We had a Halloween costume party Mrs Acker and our teacher furmshed refreshments
Some of us wore the funny masks we had made out of paper bags and paint
During the year we trled to thmk of others We contrrbuted to the Dobbs Ferry Hospntal
the umor Red Cross and mfantrle paralysis funds We brought toys for the Red Cross too
We made glfts for our parents at Christmas txme Some very fine needle cases blotters and
calendars were turned out We trimmed a tree Santa left glfts and candy for all of us
We built a Post Office through whlch we sent and received valentines our weekly news
papers etc We made famlly scrapbooks number booklets and an animal scrapbook We enjoyed a
few experiments m science We held a Toy Pet Show The posters for thls event brought us many
We expect to make posters for our Doll Show and the Be Kmd to Animals contest Easter
actlvltles close wlth a party for all good class cltlzens
A piano added to our joy thls year We always looked forward to our muslc periods with
A busy happy year has been ours
FIRST ROW Ann Yottes Marjorre Acker Barbara Brennen Lois Nannarlello Paulme Calace Mot
tola anet Calace Mottola Mary Lewis Sullivan Allce Ward Eleanor Slaybaugh
SECOND ROW Carol Lawlor Marlon Stevens Kathleen bauthler Patrlcla Wilbur Dorothy Young
Barbara Byrne Dolores Garnier Patrlcla Cheslack Annette Glmbel
THIRD ROW Dorothy Ann Elllng Donald Raab Donald PBSQUIHI Robert Wilson Bartholomew D
Rocha ohn Cawley Patrlcra Frlschmann
BOTTOM ROW Salvatore CITHIHO ack Olt Robert Look Robert Emerlck Prestbury Hackett All
son Blass Lloyd Larsen Kenneth Brown Wllllamlzlanlgan Absent Ronald Barrett
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TOP ROW Patrlcla Gauthler Anna Marie Gorman can Brennan Patricia Gaarder Hazel Duryea
Claudla Spelcher Barbara Rutlglan
SECOND ROW ,Io Ann lsbell Helene Ryan Roberta McCre or Ronald Hadad Anne Huesgen
Helga Nordln Betty Ann Brennen
THIRD ROW Carol Manchester Margaret Flanxgan ane Ryan Patrlcla Nardecchla
BOTTOM ROW Paul Roberts Robert Spxndler Larry Lasca Garret Mahoney Sam Ferranto lxel
neth Cauvet ohn Koster
The theme for our actlvltxes durlng l940 41 has been The Ever Changing Season with
added emphasis on the Important holldays
Autumn arrlved very gay and brllllant Her beautlful fohage attracted us first We col
lected dlfferent kmds of leaves and compared thelr colormgs This led us to collect other thmgs of
Interest provided by Mother Nature Soon we had a Museum Dlfferent kinds of birds nests type
of stones shells feathers Mexlcan corn lndlan pottery and a lovely pheasant were among the thmgs
on exhlbrt We also made a mural by pamtmg a large maple tree agamst a blue October sky Each
chrld then painted and cut out hlS own leaf to paste on
Halloween 3CtlVltlCS began as pumpklns were seen at nearby markets and farms Colormg
and cuttmg out ack O Lanterns was popular and then one day someone brought a real pumpkin to
scoop out and turn mto a Jolly ack O Lantern Some of us painted very funny masks As the day
drew closer we made preparations for our first grade party
Now we noticed jack Frost making frequent VlSllS and we talked about the harvest sea
son and the Hrst Thanksglvmg We made a harvest basket and filled nt with fruxts and vegetables
which we had cut out and colored
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was practising daily "The March lVlilitaire," "Toreador Song" and "Amaryllis," selections to be pre-
sented at our annual Christmas show. Preparations for an operetta, "The Busy Christmas Fairies,"
were also in full swing. Christmas ornaments, decorations, and murals were rapidly taking shape. We
saved seeds from our Halloween pumpkins which we now strung along with 'icellophane straw" beads
into gay necklaces for Mother s glft For Dad we fashioned napkin rings with cut out designs from
colored paper At last the wonderful day arrived and reached its climax when Santa climbed through
the window into our very mldst
Activities in anuary were connected wlth snow We made snow men large and small snow
scenes and snow cut outs Some of us also made some interesting travel scrapbooks as was suggested
from our work in Before We Read
On Abraham Lincoln s Birthday we told stories and brought in pictures of this great man
as we did with George Washington We dramatxzed the story of Betsy Ross and George Washington
and colored and made American Flags
For Valentine s Day we made lovely lacy red hearts for our Mothers Dads and friends
We put our friends valentines ln a mail box in our room and enjoyed opening it after our party on
Valentine s Day
Spring brought brlght new glimpses of Mother Nature s work We sang about the Pussy
Willows and drew them too Buds and flowers sprang forth for us to admire Birds came back from
the South We watched for them and listened for their songs We did some experimenting with seeds
soil sun and water
Easter brought forth all klndS of activities such as making rabbits and plans for a hunt
For May Day we made heavy paper baskets ln pastel shades Then we gathered wild flow
ers from the fields and woods We filled baskets and distributed them among teachers and friends
with whom we had become acquainted during our first year of school
BEGINNERS FIRST GRADE
TOP ROW Gall Kaercher La Verne Ward Arlene Brangan Dolores Stohr Catherine Lutz Pauline
Lawlor Mary Murray Lindsay Lorimer
SECOND ROW Christy Raffa Robert Wilmoth Robert Schlelpman Frank azzo Renny Varone
Rlchard Broderick Robert Altleri
BOTTOM ROW Lawrence Chadwick Dominick Pasquale Richard Wood Tony DAngelo Robert
Capra Barry Coggms Francis Yozzo Richard Arone
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tupendous Robert ulllerat methlnks
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alkatlve Lois Ann Bamster
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verwexght Gerrle Rodgers her duet'
N utty Warren Brown
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labbergastmg UHCIC Horace Mann
errxfylng lVIr Sllllman
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xasperatlng Richard Allen
ot stuff ack Cammack
ndustrlous Ann Brmkerhoff
osslpers Brldge Club
alr ralslng Croton Ardsley games
ophlstlcated Gerrle Gorman
hlldlsh Wallace Hay
opeless French II class
ratorlcal Betty Vandergrlft
bllgln Miss Robble
L umlnous Our recently won trophles
CAN YOU IMAGINE?
G Bell drlvlng an Austin 3
A French Il student passing a test3
Wallace Hay wlth his geometry homework
lVIr Mann and Mr Kluge wmnmg a 4 H award
for their corn 3
Nicky Macrl staymg out of a study hall UST
Greg Hagoplan not Jltterbuggmg around3
Dottle Frlschmann without her grm3
Eddle DeNxke taking less than a half hour put
tlng that gorgeous wave ln his ha1r3
Gerrle Rodgers playing clean cut game
ack Cammack grlndlng for an exam3
lVlr Perretz s telllng anyone point blank that he
Bob wlthout Ruth3
Rolllng Down To RIO Bowling Club
Callfornla Here l Come Outdoor Club
The Pesslmlstlc Character s wlth the Crab
Apple Faces Faculty
Im a Latin from Manhattan Miss Robble
lm Llvmg ID a Great Bug Way W Hay
The Great Dictator Adolph Groth
Boom Town Village of Ardsley
Buck Privates Mr Vlncent and Mr Kluge
Strawberry Blonde Nancy Wllbur
VIVBCIOUS Lady Dorothy McHenry
All This and Heaven Too
The l94l Ardsleyan
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The pncture which won second prxze was taken by Arthur Hackett Unfortunately due to
en arge t e plcture was not SUEICI
However the Ardsleyan staff was dnsappolnted m the apparent lack of mterest shown b the
student body as a whole Perhaps the reason for thus was the fact that the contest was somethmg new
or else the students Interested m photography felt that they were not capable of takmg pictures worthy
of the contest Nevertheless the spmt of competrtlon should have spurred them on Next year It IS
hoped that such a contest wlll bring better results
We wash to thank all those who submlttecl snap shots Even though all of them dad not
merit prizes we hope the experlence ga1ned will b some reward for their efforts
its small size, we were unable to print it inasmuch as when it was l cl h ' ' '-
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For God and Country, we assoclate ourselves together
Seth W Banlster
William G Beacom
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Harold C- Cammack
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Ardsley Hrgh Qchool Class of 1942
WE SERVE CARPENTERS ICE CREAM EXCLUSIVELY
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Moore s Palnts Hardwares
NOTIONS WOOLS and WORSTED
Use MOORE Paint
CIVC me Liberty or glve me Colllersl
l d rather be tight than president
I regret that l have but one wxfe to give my
Mllllons for de fence but not one cent for
Umon and State now and forever one and
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Mr Mann Elle these letters
New NYA Secretary Dons, Huh5
Mr Mann I sand hle these letters
Secretary I beg your pardon but wouldnt It
be easxer to trim them with a palr of
Nlxss Buell Really Ted your handwrmng IS
ternble You must learn to write better
Ted Well lf I dnd youd be finding fault
wlth my spelling
Nancy Theres just two thmgs wrong with
THE 1941 ARDSLEYAN
wishes to express apprecxatxon
for hrs cooperation xn connectlon wlth
the photographs used ln thls book
Arthur What are they3
Nancy Your feet
Mr Mann l-low can you explain the great ln
crease nn clty population which tool: place
after the lndustrlal Revolut1on3
Llvlo C Everybody went to town
Mr Kluge Young man are you teacher of thus
ohn V No s r
Mr Kluge Then dont talk lllce an xdlot
MISS Robbie Define Pax ln bello'
lrwm E Pax m bello peace nn bello peace
ln the bell Oh No' Tummy aches
Miss Robble Awaawaw
Mr Perretz How are you ln h1story3
Lucxlle Bell Oh I always say Let bygones be
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I thunk that I sIf1aII never see
D as lovely as a
A B whose rounded form Is pressed
Upon the records of the Blessed
A D comes easIIy and yet
It Isnt easy to forget
D s are made by fools Ike me
But onIy God can make a B
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VI S Maher
Mrs Chester A Slocum
B G Corey
Mrs RobertR Wrlhams
Emerson H Vrrden
Grand Lmon Dobbs Ferry
rl C O E N T S O F
I' - lVlr. and Mrs. Harry Barbett
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Geo Van Dusen
Ardsley Barber Shop
oseph H Cleary
Constance E Clayton
Dr Armand O Donaruma
The Baker Family
X no Leo
Mr and Mrs T Chrrsuano
Mr and Mrs Geo A Hay
T H Steenwerth
DANIEL REEVES Inc
CYRIL R JONES
New York Clty
unctlon of Sawmlll Rlver
Road and Secor Road
HUDSON HOUSE GARAGE
Ardsley on Hudson
Tel Irvington I3 I 8
DR KENNETH FRASCA
Hastlngs N Y
Frances C Ferguson
Mr and Mrs F Nolan
Mrs ack Macrr
Wrllard H Mann
j P Murphy jr
Mrs Wm Duke
Mrss M Wllloughby
RICHFIELD SERVICE STATION
VINCENT NISCO S
Cleanmg Dyeing and Repalrlng
I 0 Cedar Street
DEXTER SERVICE STATION
Broadway and Ashford Avenue
Dobbs Ferry New York
Chef of Woodlands Rest
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ISI William Street ' '
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The l94l ARDSLEYAN wishes to thank
lVlr Srllrman for his many friendly suggestions
Miss Clayton for her general assistance with the entrre publrcatron
Miss Robbie for the editing of the write ups
Miss Davis for her never farlrng help wrth the illustrations
Mr Duke for hrs invaluable help rn the various phases of our publrcatron
Other members of the faculty for therr rnterest rn our enterprise
The advertisers for their cheerful response
The frfth sixth seventh and eighth grades for selling Ardsleyans
ohn DeRocha for hrs outstanding individual record of sellrn advertisements and hooks
The Sophomore typrsts for their wrllrngness to serve
Peter Frrschmann for hrs general assistance
Rodney Ferguson for hrs assistance wrth the group and Senior pictures
A U T O G R A P H S
lVlr. Mann for his important job of soliciting advertisements.
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