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The picture at the left with his two sons epitomizes his personal interest in the youth of this community, and his pride in craftsmanship and matters mechanicalg the back- ground of his zeal for the development of the Industrial Arts Department over the period of six years he served on the Board. William Fuchs was a man of boundless energy and dynamic enthusiasm. In Mr. Duke, he found a kindred spirit. Together they planned and implemented a metal working course to round out the offerings of the shop. ln spite of all war time difficulties, the machinery was secured and the new course was begun on schedule in Sep- tember l94l. To perpetuate the memory of his service, the Board of Education has given the name "William Fuchs Memorial Shopl' to the Industrial Arts Department: and the Ardsley Lions Club has donated a memorial plaque for the names of students who, year by year, best exemplify his spirit. 912 -- AHS - 1942 MEMORY N 1 1111- -xx 11111111 1115 11111g lf l1111- 1 - 11- - N I-I 11 YK 1 1 1 . 11011 111 1011 1 -, 1 1111111 IU N1 11N'N1l1l11 1 NN 11111111 1 11 1111 N 1 11 'N 1 ., 1 1 11 1 0 1 11114lN1 M N 1 N 11111111111 l l N N 11111 -. I I11 N 11111111 11 . 111 11 1111s ' -1 1 N14 1 .. 111 1 s xx IS 1 -,1 . 1 N 1 1y1l1 11 ' 1' ll IN 1 O F 1 1'lN1'lfIX'I' 5lA."l'l11l.l,11 Wll1I,l.lNl VAS. 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S1'l'l'll1' --ms 1'1'111 111111, 111111 1-11 1' ily. 92 DITORIA Within the past few years America has suddenly be come aware that lts schools form the backbone of lts future democratlc ideals a tralnmg ground for lts cxtlzens Wlth thls knowledge cam the added realxzatlon that Wlth the broadenmg ol chool act vltxes and courses woulo result graduates bett r fxtted to play thelr parts ln the ever changlng world of today Ardsleys hl h school department of I9l2 newly formed wnth lts standard curriculum a d llmlted f8Cll1tlC5 for the development of student 3CtlVltlCb contrasts strongly with the hugh school s bload program of today which develops and emphaslzes student lHltlatlVC and lead etshlp through the many extra curricular actlvltxes and clubs sponsored by tireless faculty members Ar that tlme there was nelther an Honor Soclety nor a Student Qouncll both of whlch now gxve an excellent opportunity for student partlcxpatlon ln the formulation of school pollcy School newspapers present the students vlewpolnts and assemblles and projects of various kinds broaden thelr outlook lt IS a well known fact that there was then no well developed system of physlcal educatxon and after school athletics particularly for 2lYlS There was no regular music or art mstructlon nor were there any speclal teachers for these subjects The last thirty years have seen the addition of all these lmprovements to Ards ley s school system Such courses band together students who have a common mterest and purpos These actlvxtles not only xncrease the scope of education but also provld a connectmg llnk between home and school lrfe Though thus rs merely a brlef summary of the many changes that have been brought about both by bettc planning and Improved equipment lt IS perhaps an lndlca tlon and a measure of the Innovations and lmprovements still to come AHS 942 L TEAC S SIQ Q QV he-QW ' :sm Bibi' 11 st llll N llll Ill ss s t sl s Nllss X s bllll SN ll lc s 1 F1 :nk lx N u u ll II111y'l'1y Xlllhlt E L S P E C I A H E R S , I , ' 1 ' , - - A of ,r Q ' .2 . ' X 5 E 'i W Ji if I , . ' ' . w . . . . - Mm Pl X , . . V . . .xv 4K L 1 ' - ' ' - li R, 1 l . ' R ,,, . . . s., 1 ff-:L . . . . . . , is tg xv ' , , sf' i ' 1 ' ' ' Sl- , fi 'sgag ...,g ' ,D . . "' K - P 'FOI' ROW: Miss Cvlm Vonklin. N xx' 'Q Alr. .Xrll ' W, Sill' 1 , ' ' 1 - ' . lll'llll'lDlllQ .Xlix lll'l1'll lll'l'Illl'l.'0l1, Se-1-rt-lz11'y. SICVUNIJ IUBXV: Mr. Xvlllltllll I7ul'v, Indus! 'itll .Kring . .lay g G . llzlluiud, llt X l+I1'o11ox11ivs3 MV, K1-nm-th ltrown, l'hy."'al Edu- Utllllltll Dr. Arr ill I Ilonzwlllxlzl, llzllialn. er ' ' ' Y' ' ' ' , lltVl"l'0Nl ROW: Miss Elm-.xnor Davis, A13 Mr. "1 ' 'tum-, ' ' ' ' . M11Il1c-nlalicsg Mrs. Il 1' thy Shull illl, Music: Mr. 1 " 1 lor, 1912 ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL A A 1942 HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT ABOUT 1913 FRONT ROW Marjorie Rosenmnller Emma Faton Agnes Lackman ohanna cr ney Rachel Barron Malone BACK ROW William C Emerlclc Wllllam A Seqar Mrs Bohnarcl Teacher Earl W Bennett Pl'll'lClpal Mlss Mary E Morgan fMrs ulmby Teacher Thornton Secor Arthur McCartney i 03 lb A , f 1 ' : ' ' ' , - , if . , j P - ennes, Louise Kindervatter fHatfieldJ, Carrie Grieve CLynnl, Cora Glover fMcCart- l, C l- 9 2 AHS 942 NIOR CLA Let your mmd lapse back ID tlme for thlrty years when Ardsley consisted of a dozen or so famllles on the Herghts and ln the Vlllage Her slze was expandlng and a new publlc school was needed lt was ln 1912 that the corner stone for thus bulldmg our present school was lard Wlthln these rvy covered walls many asplratlons and ambltlons have flourished and each successxve gradu 'xtmg class has carrred on the sprrlt of loyalty honor and ove lt s much easler however to let our mmd drnft back only a few years four to be exact and recall what Ardsley was luke when we the class of 1942 entered the final stretch of our educatlon rn the publlc school Staunchly and proudly we entered Hugh School the land of our dreams True mdeed we were bewrldered 'xt fnrst but we were off with Flymg colors drsplaymg our eager splrlt of wrllmgness to work and achxeve Our first achievement was the wmnlng of the twenty five dollar bwope Award The Swope Award was presented for the accurate portrayal of community life we chose to cover lrfe In Ardsley centerlng around our school We also seemed to have an excellent and skillful method of entlclng our parents from thelr flresldes on Monday evenings to the P T A meetings for we suc ceeded ln wlnnmg the P T A awards each month for almost two years Food sales and occaslonal movles were the projects undertaken to augment our class treasury for our ultrmate reward the Washington trlp So passed our frrst two years Enthuslastlcally we assumed the annual endeavor of the unlors the production of the ARDSLEYAN A better book for the enjoyment of the hugh school pupxls and not proflt alone was our desire Wnth the unturmg ard an cooperation of Nllss Clayton Miss Robbre lVl1ss Davis and Mr Dulce and the entire staff our efforts were realized an apprecxated by the student body The Senior subscrxptlon campaign was launched early thus year the results surpassed our fondest expectatrons The fever left behmd by last year s Seniors proved others on the eve of March 20 Yes lt was Sprung Fever a hllarlous three act farce Then wlll come the sudden climax graduatron day As we march slowly down the aisle our eyes wlll be shut to the envrous students and proud boastful parents Dur mg thls short mterlude we wlll rellve the pleasures and anxletles of our hugh school days and cherish more fully the careful guidance and advice so often given by our prlnclpal and teachers The Senrors wxsh to express thelr gratxtude and apprecratlon to their advlser lVl1ss Buell who has so falth fully gulded them throughout the year These four memorable years at Ardsley Hugh shall never be forgotten 1 I - , , S E S S ' 1 ' X ' 0 l . . ' . . . y contagious: it held us within its grasp and infected many was ANNA .IGN-INO AHS ---- LUIS .I N X IRI NIS'I'I'II!' l A lmlxlhv lu-url IIILIIIUS many lx It nds. gli! iokix .- f SQM' MINS lIl'I'II.I, he- can do." sm-1-vtz11'y." "'II1 In-1' fllllt . st rvng'th." "'I'hv nmrv ho dm-S thv 1lI0l'l' "'l'l1v mukinu: JOSEPH lIl'NII,III IDUIIIS IDI' IDA s of il l'l'2lI NUI IICICX lil'IIIl IIN! A IUII 'IX l'INGI,I'INI.IN vlz ul' hmmm' is :I sznvinu' 2l"l4'1"' M- 1'II.IIIl.I'IS IIIGNICIIIWI' "Na-vm' do IOIIZIY what yn 1'2lIl do trmlm'ruw." IVIIIY. axlhlvtiv, uiw- :xml vlltvrluil 1i11f"" f.. ROSl+l'l"I'A GR.-X XDOLFI 'Qu un." Rl"I'H D.-XLEY "Her ambition knows uo rest." AHS 1.. -.--1.---1.1 "A quiet, friendly girl." .li- MULLY IWZFEO life." HOXV.-K R ll EATON "Life without sports is not "Tho secret KATH ll IC li N GURBIAN of life is nrt ie-t yvt ale-rl uud full ot ANIT.-1 Hlfllllllflll f "All the world is u stage lflllld.-1 Nl ll! lMMl+lllIA'I'0 1' "'l'lie1'v is no limit to lim' abilities." "Mu1'1'ily, 1111-1'1'ily, s live." 'l'l'lSSll'I SLU 'lil "lim-1' cnpailmility is i11 1lCl' ve1'satility." AHS w,11,1,11q'1q HAY JOHN HOI.S1'HlCR 11111 1 "llz11111y illll I, fl'Olll cnc I lllll f1'0v." ROIEERT JOHNSON lf'lLOMEN.1 LA Nl'l+ll1l1O'l"I'I "A quiet, llllilSSllllllllg c-hap "Her thoughts are her own." who will go far." GEORGE 3l1'Hl'INRY " lil hvllo 111 lltlllll 'l'I'IID MARQYIS "'l'l1v Silllilllflll is will lll lllllldf' day. '- 'y .' lilf' ut night." El.l7AIlE'l'H ,SI'HNl'1lDlCR "Friondlim-ss is hor vivtuef AHS C'l"I'Y NI0Rl4l'l"l'l XX ILLLXM N lui LAN "Good nature is u churlning virtuv " 111111 PRKNKIS RPND-1 Nll FX SfHXRF s 1 1" e - ' dsome num." WL know llttle ol hu but ood Q1Olt a 1 e uhm we know IS good 1114 "Some day I Shu come a num." JEAN VAN IlUhl'.N "All tongues speak well of 1012 ' JOHN YENNERS ll cast aside my boyish pranks and bo- 1917 NHS S NN N 4 HN 44 144 4 N 4 1414 14 4 Sl4I NI! 4 4 4IlN 1 4 4 4 4 4 444 M 4 I qxl 'x 4 4- I 41lN1114'N X111 1 4 lx 44444 NX 4 I1 N11 4 I1 X I 4 4 4 1 X 441 'N 1 4 44 4 4 4114 N X s 44 44 1 N X4 14 4 4 N1 IN4 44 IIN 444444 411XN N4 44 1942 41111 4 I 4 N4 I N 4 IIN 1 4 4 4 Nl I 411 4 4 N X 4 4 N 14444 N I441I.'.-If. li.XXl."l'l+Ili: Y44-44-4444-s441-414'?I!1. 11411 .' l11'l1.I: 114111414 S4-44-14' 144 44-444:41 l4.4'l'IlI.I-IICX 45 LIN: I141II411' S44-444:4- '-113 1'4'4-S4414-444 '111. 'ISL ICKIIIIII' .44'41s14-41141 S4-444444'1'1444"I!. 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D gpg, wx urs R .J 1 I , gin -L , -53 jff I I ss ff' REV I il s 'U 5 U1 Q t 3 2+ , trrl' R 13' 4 2 1-N 5 I L W Y 'N I 4 . fs I 9 I Z AHS I 942 JUNIOR B In September l94l, we became enthusiastic juniors under the guidance of Miss Clayton. We elected officers as follows: Evelyn Brown, President: Thomas DeMuro. Vice-president: Domenica Arone, Treasurer: and Anna- belle Hogan, Secretary. We joined with the Junior C Class in our year's projects, a "Gay Nineties Night" and the publication of the ARDS- LEYAN. As our friends know. this yearbook is commemorating the founding of the high school department in l9I2. At that time the entire school was still in the old school build- ing, and, of course, there was no junior Class. Three of our classmates' parents were in attendance in the Ardsley school at that time: .Iackamena Labascio, now Mrs. A. Anselmo: Filomena Cimino, now Mrs. S. Palermo: and William Brinkerhoff. There was no yearbook published at that time, either. The ARDSLEYAN had its beginning in I922 and has been continued since then with the exception of the years I933 through I935. We hope our friends and supporters will find much of interest and enjoyment in this our I942 ARDSLEYAN. Annabelle I-Iogan, Secretary FIRST ROW: George Brinkerhoff, Nancy Wilbur, Frank Scallero, Margaret Santore, Peter Frischmann. SECOND ROW: Domenica Arone, Michele Anselmo, Edna Wheeler, William Rosano, Helen O'Crady. THIRD ROW: Mary DeNardo, Dominick Lancellotti, Frances Lefurgy, Thomas DeMuro, Andrew Reid. FOURTH ROW: Michael Noviello, Annabelle Hogan, Michael Moccia, Tessie DeNardo, Theodore Knoesel. FIFTH ROW: Mary Delreo, Dominick Furilla, Dorothy Iladad, Antoinette Mantello, David Montaruli. BOTTOM ROW: John Palermo, Miss Constance Clay- ton, Evelyn Brown. if ,Q 5. I 5- -5: f' 2: em IZ- S' R. -Q, MW, Q 'f Art y ill if X f -awf- ,PRS Q. . .1 1, 1 ff Q? I W .nag M lf! CN! ' ri: V' I In Q-N 49" 'kwa A , his X . I ' ' Lg: . I ,zz 2 x , L, ,I V f f S+ 3 1 X If Ri' N ,x IRQ' , , gpnwf .gsm N M rv 11 .f:.,.Qft, 1 7 it. it .3 ,,,... .,,.. WN? 'fu .-.-u.4....,V 1, ,,, t rmingsy ms, 1912 AHS 1942 haw- -x my ,Wm .M 'gsgzigg .. a X Y Q g it is , , T S wk 'Q W 5 1 r Gi x 1 QS .. f S-fast, 1 5" 1 5 Q 1 an 1 ' fs JKSSN 'Ss5+:'g A f. wife R A XA, JUNIOR C September found twenty-two pupils ready for another year of work under the guidance of Miss Bitterman. Robert Henning, a new student, was wel- comed by all. Our hrst class project, a joint project with the Junior B class, was a new type of program called "Gay Nineties Night." It met with great success due to the hard work and excellent cooperation of all those involved. This pro- gram seemed to fall in line with the theme of our yearbook. lt seems appropriate that our class should have chosen the theme "The Thirtieth Anniversary of Ardsley High School" for the ARDSLEYAN, since it is represented by two pupils whose parents were enrolled in the high school at that time. These classmates are: ,lanyce Fritche, whose mother was then a pupil here, and Arthur McCartney, both of whose parents were members of the first graduating class. We are eagerly looking forward to next year, when, as Seniors, we hope to continue the good work already begun. Lily Gubler. FIRST ROW: Arthur McCartney, Elinor MacLeod, Otto Agnano, Adelaide Jacobsen, Angelo Costantini. SECOND ROW: Mary McCormack, Frank Yozzo, ,lanyce Fritche, Rob- ert Henning, Geraldine Rodgers. THIRD ROXV: Lily Oubler, Thomas Pasquale, Lucylle Bell, Gregory Hagopian, Ruth Carroll. FOURTH ROW: Emerson Virden, Anne McCormack, Arthur Hackett, Marion Phillips, Frederick C-entsch. BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Contant, Miss Annette Bitterman, Ned Boice. v 1 Us-.Q i 'S F 'af i .a- .sa Xl l fd -.I l 5: QQ' 1912 ---i AHS --i 1942 SOPHOMORE CLASS Having passed the first milestone of our high school career, thirty strong, and having eagerly entered into the second, our goal was for a more successful year, and we ara: confident we have attained it. Financially, our problem was to augment our Washing- ton Trip Fund, and to accomplish this, in addition to our club dues, our members sold candy at the weekly basket- ball games. Our parents, by their faithfulness in attending the P. T. A. meetings, won for us on several occasions the P. T. A. award for attendance. This year we elected as our officers: Rosina Mantello, President: Earl johnson, Vice-President: Dorothea Frisch- mann, Secretary, Pauline Lutz, Treasurer. Otherwise, wc remain unchanged except for the welcome addition of two new classmates, Rosemary Harrison and Louis Waddell. So we pass to a new year in the firm belief that we will achieve as great, if not greater, success than we have had this year. Dorothea Frischmann, Secretary FIRST ROW: Geraldine Gorman, john Wright, Flor- ence DeAstis, Donald Rooney, Marion Cimino. SECOND ROW: ,lohn Caporale, Doris Munck, LeRoy Aitken, Pauline Lutz, Warren Brown. THIRD ROW: Victoria DeNardo, Madeline DeRosa, Rhoda Buser, Louis Waddell, Martin Engleman. FOURTH ROW: George Spano, William Groth, C-eorge Furilla, Mary D'Angelo, Carmine Pascone. FIFTH ROW: Betty Gorman, Beatrice Schmidt, Kath- erine Maisano, Robert Blouin, Charles Van Brunt. BOTTOM ROW: Rosina Mantello, Earl Johnson, Mr Charles Horend, Dorothea Frischmann, Donald Thomas. at P ' 5.445 Q -in ms? , W9 , , N t. K Q., Q. X- 5 C 3 z ms is af' l9I2 AHS l942 FRESHMAN M ln September, forty-two green Freshmen entered our Home Room in new clothes and shiny shoes. At that time we welcomed three new pupils, John and Marie Baverstock and Marie DeLuca. One of the first things we did was to elect officers who would assume the responsibili- ties of our grade. They were: President, jack Hackett, Vice-President, Claire Speicherg Secretary, Barbara Boice: and Treasurer, John Jacobsen. By helping the Seniors sell magazines, we won five dollars. We also enjoyed the barn dance they gave as a reward. We won one P. T. A. prize which we have put away for the Washington Trip Fund. Most of our class belong to the Washington Trip Club. Altogether our year has been very pleasant and successful. Beatrice Caporale, Reporter FIRST ROW: Frank Clark, Laurel Struckman. Dorothy Wheeler, Anthony Moretti, Jessie lVlarzella, Ralph Pearce, Jack Hackett, Claire Speicher. SECOND ROW: Marion Wright, Dominick DeAstis, Gustav Groth, Epiphany Maisano. Andrew Noe, Doris Park, Beatrice Caporale, Warren Baulieu. THIRD ROW: Charles Duryea, Mary Lou Wilmoth, Marilyn Baker, Thomas Wharmby, Virginia Secor, ,joseph Frischmann, john Jacobsen, Edith Aitken. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Boice, Louisa Behlen, Richard Allen, Jr., Marie Del..uca, Christopher DeFeo, Mary Lou Neylan, Walter Egloff, Nettie Cimino. FIFTH ROW: Ruthven Virden, John Baverstock, Patricia Rooney, Wiilliam Bagge, Marie Baverstock. Augustine Zangari, Rose Perillo, Frances Erickson. BOTTOM: Mr. Willard Mann. I9l2 -1--q AHS ----- --- 1942 FRESHMAN R One bright sunny morning early in September a group of us, former eighth grade students, packed into the high school hall: at last we were freshmen. We scattered here and there, whispering and wondering just where we were to go. Finally the word was passed around that we were to go to the Drawing Room. lnto the Drawing Room we filed, or- should l say--shoved. We settled down, and the roll was taken by our new teacher, Miss Robbie: thirty-one pupils were present. A fcw weeks later a new student. Carol Meyer, was added to our class, thus making it thirty-two. High school work seemed quite different from grammar school work, but we soon got accustomed to it. When the magazine subscription campaign began, all of Freshman R got right down to business and won tive dollars for selling the most maga- zines. Wlillianm Borchers sold the most in our class with his sales totaling thirty-seven dollars. The following class officers were chosen: President, Lila MacLeod, Vice-President, Frank Conover, Secretary, Edith Holscher: Treasurer, ,lean McGregor. We've kept these officers also for the second term. Freshman R is represented in Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, llonor Society, Cheerleading Squad, and junior Varsity. Edith llolscher, Secretary. FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Hatheld, Geoffrey Pollock, Ruth Agnano, Augustine Filomena, Jacqueline Defkstis, Stanley Benedict. SECOND ROW: Joseph Cleary, Harold Carpenter, Virginia Brown. Alice June Brinkerhoff, Virginia Lynn, William Borchers. THIRD ROW: Richard Dunbar, Frank Conover, jean Garthwaite, Francis Young, Jean MCC-regor, Mary Ann Cimino. FOURTH ROW: Priscilla Howe. Anna Fatone, Williani Blasberg, Edith Holscher, Raymond Pearce, Florence Contant. FIFTH ROW: Williani King, Eugene Crandolfi, Lillian lladad, Ber- nice Crowley, Esther DeNardo, Lila MacLeod. BOTTOM ROW: Carol Meyer, Miss llelen Robbie, Anna Montaruli. l ,, 3 - ' ...1. 1 l iar' 1 , mar . K . 1 . fa. 4, D' 4, 1- 25 ' 1 0 A, ..., - ghifi p f I: if A jikd-ljl'i.f1 , fffgfwxi A 4 elf 411, , Iwatf? JALAYML 'xii i' A X3 :Ti 4 55 V.:-. ii? - ' .Ti ,,, fr ,, W 1 I l .ff ' , I' W' Q vs -I ,r 76? - M 1 iz, -W .1 N... 1 , ,f , M ,W , ur S .. M.-ff ,c t .yd l .A ,J VZQ 1 , I , ,v 3 it'i' W 5 '41 U U . . , .. ,wp-, M-.. 49: l I ' 'V' 1' 'f N n Q - 3 . MM t kj ' , ,W 'W' : A4 . fy ilg tm Miss C E CIayton 4 2 4 Miss I-I C Robbxe IVI1ss E Davls Mr Wm Duke MrWHMann ARDSLEYAN STAFF Editor m Chlef ELINOR IVIacLEOD ASSISTANT EDITORS Evelyn Brown Peter Frlschmann Margaret Contant Lrly GuIJIer Advertlbxng, IVIarag.,er CITCUIBIIOH Manager DOROTHY HADAD THOMAS PASQUALE Art Editor Photo EcI1tor Typing Edxtor MARION PHILLIPS FRED GENTSCI-I DOIVIENICA ARONE AHS FACULTY ADVISERS General Literary Art Techmcal Advertlsmg BUSIDCSS MHDHQCY EIVIERSON VIRDEN Publlcrty Chairman ANTOINETTE IVIANTELLO , g' T 'L":3 ' , , - - - - xl: .I ' . . ' ---- ' f ,at ACTNITIES X X ff e N My JM W L N W fr' 'I a 'N Q A' x 1 Q .' I, 1 wif X!! JM 4 !' Z N Z , X1 ' + tiff :WHEN ALMA f 1 W ' J f Z ,M rx 77N V1 X ' X ff Q A W f N ,f ' ' ' J. 'xv , f.xl:1f'Q?a!' I 'I 42 ORCHESTRA AND BAND The first "Orchestra" which Mr. Silliman remembers at Ardsley was made up of a piano, violin and drum. Soon an itinerant leader came to the school for a couple of days a week. At first his salary was paid by the students and the proceeds from entertainments. Then the board decided to employ a part-time teacher at a small salary. From l930 to l937, Mr. Nicholas Koenig came to the school twice a week for orchestra, and, by putting in more time than he was actually paid for, trained many students in the playing of instruments. During the four and one-half years from l937 to 1942 in which Mr. Mitchell C. Vincent was in charge of music, great advancement was achieved. With his up-to-the-minute training and enthusiasm he developed really first-class organi- Zations. Miss Dorothy Notary came to the school on a cadet basis and proved so valuable, both for her class work in the grades and her special ability in flute, oboe, and cello, that she has been retained as a full time instructor. The high point of the Orchestra's experience was the trip to Atlantic City in l94l, where they won an honor rating in their division. Upon Mr. Vincent's enlistment in the Army Air Corps, Mr. Harry F. Taylor was employed. With about one- third of the student body playing some instrument, Ardsley can well be proud of its fine organizations. 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'l'l11- 1111- llN'l'S wish 111 llllil' this 11l111111'11:11i1y 111 lllilllli Mr. ' ' ' " ' ' - Sill' :111 l'llI' llll' s11:1-1- 111111111-1l 111 1h1- 1'llll1 IHUI' ir: 1'z1il1'11:11l :111 . . ' . 111 .1111 lllllit' lrtll' his XVllllll2ll1'S,' 111 1.11111-1'1'is1-. 'I'l11- 1'l11l1 1.. f1-1'v- 1 . . ' ' '. ' 14' ' " 11 ' '1hAwl1il- l1 l1l1y. During the past school year both troops have been actively engaged in collecting tin and aluminum foil for the local Salvage Committee, discarded clothing for the local Red Cross, and materials for fracture pillows which are being made by Troop ll Scouts for the County Red Cross. ln addition to these community service projects the C-irl Scouts contributed SIU from their funds and raised an additional Sl 5 by a Scout Cookie Sale for the American Red Cross War Fund. The Scouts are registered with the Child Welfare Committee to serve as messengers as part of the defense program. I9l2 GIRL SCOUTS TROOP l-Mrs. Ray Leach, Captain, Mrs. Herman Gawer, Assistant. sistants. Behleng Assistant, Mrs. F. K. Smith. Since "all worl-L and no play makes Jack a dull boy." Troop l sponsored in March a Birthday Party for their parents and Troop ll, soon after, Troop ll held a Mother and Daughter Supper during National Scout Week which was officially opened for Ardsley Scouts by a special Sun- day night supper and service provided by St. Barnabas Chapel. Other special field trips included a l4-mile hike, attending a radio broadcast of "Let's Pretend." Christmas shopping expeditions and a visit to the Planetarium. TROOP ll-Miss Helen E.. Berthelson, Cip tain: Misses Dorothea Edwards, Helen M Praetorius and Alice M. Woodruff, As Troop Committee Chairman - Mrs. Herman BOY SCOUTS TROOP3 Troop Three of Ardsley climaxed its forward march by winning the Court of Awards inspection for the third straight time. This entitled us to keep the inspection ban- ner as a permanent trophy. We have grown to a troop of forty-five scouts with Mr. Harlan Thomas, Scoutmaster, and Mr. A. W. Silliman as Chairman of the Troop Committee. Two of our leaders, Gordon Schultz and Alfred Crisi, who have joined our armed forces, were honored at the annual Father and Son Dinner. ln cooperation with the Salvation Army we have collected over fifteen tons of waste paper to aid national defense. PACK 3 Under the direction of Mr. Duke and Mr. Kluge, the Cub Pack has had a busy and successful year. Our main activities have been a picnic in the fall, and the annual Parents' Night held in December with over one hundred parents and friends attending. Weekly meetings at the school have kept the pack of thirty-two boys between the ages of nine and twelve closely organized and progressing along the road to scouting. AHS I942 BOYS' ATHLETICS The change in Athletics, over a period of thirty years, has been more pronounced than in any other field. Fields, playgrounds, equipment, gymnasium, shower rooms, and a gradual increase in the time spent on health and Physical Education have completely changed the sports' program over the past thirty years. The following is a summary of the activities carried on in Ardsley High School. On November I5, thirty-eight boys answered Coach Ken Brown's first call for candidates to compose Varsity and junior Varsity teams. After days of work and prac- tice, the following boys were chosen to represent Ardsley on the Varsity: Dominick Furilla, George Furilla, Thomas Delvluro, Michael Noviello, john Palermo, Carmine Pas- cone, Andrew Reid, and Howard Eaton. These boys were all new to Varsity ball, as all the members of Coach Brown's Tri-County Championship team graduated last year. After a few games, in which the boys learned to get over their nervousness, they settled down: teamwork, co- AHS operation, and spirit came into the picture. improvement came with every game, and it is with high hopes that we look forward to next year, when the boys, with one year's experience behind them will once again put Ardsley among the leaders in the Greenburgh League. The season ended with a fine dinner given by the Lions' Club on March IS. BASEBALL On March l6, twenty-eight boys answered Coach Ken Brown's call for candidates to form a Varsity Baseball team. Coach Brown has two letter men returning to the Varsity this year. The schedule this year consists of games, home and away, with many Westchester schools, including Scarsdale, Bronxville, Pelham, Rye, and North Tarrytown. INTRA-MURAL The intra-mural program is conducted in many sports. After the fundamentals are learned in class work, this program gives many opportunities for boys to put them into actual practice. It also gives them a chance to' im- prove their technique and to develop good sportsmanship. ln the fall, a softball league was formed, and the Championship was won by the Ciestapos, composed of Sophomore and Junior boys. During the winter a tournament was held to obtain a champion in each of the following games: Shuffleboard, Ping Pong, Foul Shooting and lntra-mural Basketball. After the playoffs, the following won the champion- ship in their respective games: Shuffleboard Doubles, Wil- liam Blasberg and Andrew Noe: Ping Pong Doubles, Michele Anselmo and Thomas Delvlurog Ping Pong Singles, Charles Benedict: Foul Shooting Contest, George Spano: and lntra-mural Basketball, American League, Team HB' -junior and Senior Boys. Thomas Pasquale "43" l9I2 AHS 1942 MISS V308 GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION A competent G A A board composed of I..1ly Cub Ier Presldent ,Ianyce Frltche reporter Paullne Lutz Lula MacLeod Claire Spelcher and Elmor lVIacLeod has acted as an advisory body to the Gxrls Athletlc Assocnatnon during the I94l 42 school year A large number of glrls took part ln an enjoyable Hockey program whxch occupled most of the fall term The new Hockey equxpment was much appreciated by thus group The season was OEICIHIIY closed by a game 'xt Irvington Hockey was followed by an equally well sup ported Volley Ball season The Blue Streaks trlumphed were any lndICatlOI'I The well matched teams were named after chocolate plneapple cherry and blueberry ples the wmnlng team bemg promlsed two pres corres pondlng to thelr name to be baked by chief cook Spxke Spelcher Thls added mcentlve and doubled Interest ln the games The Blueberry Pres emerged vlctorlous The Ardsley girls played hostess at several most success ful playdays and attended varlous ones at other schools At the present wrltlng a thrllllng faculty game rs bemg planned Baseball and Badminton will round out the year All the glrls who have turned out feel that they have over the three lesser teams, the Red Comets, the Red Devxlsf' and the "Blue Devils " Finally came long awaited Basketball, which was by far the most popular sport, rf the enthusnastlc partlclpants not only enjoyed thus proflted xmmeasurably vote of thanks to our whose guldance the G steadlly lmproved year tremendously, but have also by thexr partxcnpatxon We owe cl faculty advxser, lVI1ss Vaca, under A A program has expanded and ----W M f -1 1, y A ' :N --- 'fflgfjj' 'L f..'TI'0fj"'-' W , x ka: A x Q. ls.. .....ajZ"'j, WN , , . M -e A A--s-Twlfff X- f -W In -rf gs-3 ' . . J XX' 5 . - Q 5 I, 32 i 1, ,M NAA , A W: " 33 ' 1 - - - ws. '.,.: X if rv ' "sf" n' ' X. wx ,if Y . . . , - - ' t C y 1 , A ' ' I ! V - - u 1 I . 4 4 ' ' ' l I ' ' ' . .. . .. . . A, ' I ' . 1 , , .. .. . - t 1 I I I A ' ' 9 2 AHS 942 PICTURE OF OLD SLI IOOL AND STUDENTS ABOUT THE YEAR I9 I 2 z """"""""' "" "A 3 N ia W.---.--...W-va-f wwfww-swwwa-'-vf W., A..v-M....r.....w,..b..b.....,,, - My ww-1 Mn--K. - H. ,,,x, ,.- ,V-'TTQ 3 f , r - ' l9IZ AHS - I9-42 GRADE SIX News of Grade 6 of thirty years ago collected from here and there. Building-a two story wooden structure rebuilt into the present Municipal Building. Room-on the second floor over what is now the fire engine room. Enrollment-fifth and sixth grades combined taught by Miss Mary E. A. Morgan who later taught in our present school as Mrs. Mary E.. A. M. Quimby. Attendance-much absence "for reasons other than legal." Pupils were required to present written excuses from parents upon return from an absence. The truant officer made daily calls to apprehend pupils illegally absent. Punctuality-"ten o'clock scholars" who came in leisurely after nine or one o'cloclc. Health-no school nurse, no health program, no daily check-up. Epidemics of measles, whooping-cough and scarlet fever often interfered with the work to the ex' tent of closing school for varying periods. Physical Education-no such department thirty years ago. No gym, no physical training, no school sports, no athletic meets. Class-room teachers taught "physiology and hygiene" and gave calisthenic exercises daily. Music and Art-were taught only if the teacher "possessed talent." ers would exchange classes while the one so talented taught drawing. Program-school was in session from nine o'cloclc until four with an hour off at noon. Two arithmetic periods daily, two oral reading periods daily, and Hftcen to twenty minute writing periods daily doing copy from a Spenccrian Copy Book. Fifth and sixth grades combined in Reading, W'riting and Spelling but recited separately in Geography, English and History. Therefore each grade had long study periods while the other grade recited. Home Work-given in nearly every subject each night: home was considered the place to do a great deal of memorizing to recite to the teacher the following day. ilihere was no Honor Society or Student Council. no student activities or class projects. lr has been interesting to search out those facts about our grade in l9l2, but we cannot agree that those were the "good old days" as we much prefer our school of today with its student participation and varied activities. Often teach- FIRST RUXY: lIt'i'twi'I Karl, .loan f'2ll'SOIl, George I'apoviIt'li. .loan i'mi1'4-, Ile-iiry Grotti, Marry Alniilvllo, Arthur' t+Ip:lo1'1', SICUONII ROW: .loan Elm-1'i1'k, Roy Nziiiiizirivllo, l"lOl'4'llt'4' lit-For-, Iboiiziltl Wuhlqiiist, ldv:-lyii Kzinikv, Itolwrt Yam Ibusvii, l'nitn-rio l,Zl0lllt't'l. TIIIRII RUXVZ Mrs. Anim .l. Flint, Alfred Uostaiitiiii, Virginia Ntzimloiizild, .Inuit-s Valli-ly. Ellen Mt-i'm'iiizu-k, .lost-ptr Murraly, Mariaiine Meier. l"0l'It'I'H ROXV: f'l'2lll0 ll1lt'lit'll,S2tl'1lll Mai'zt-lla, Ralph t'iaI'oiis-, l,2ll.'l'l4'i1l lrziwlor, Ste-va-ii lhiiiiiivk, Itosiiizi liaiicvllotti, .lohii l'. Cimiiio. I"ll"'l'tl ROXVZ Edvlgalrti .laiitzs-ii. Louis Addorisio, Diane Hnrviid, llonzild lfzitoiiv, Aiiii lion-tie-i's, Willard livin-tlivt, .lt-iiiiiv tis-iidzi. ltU'I"l'03I ROW: I"i'aiit't-s Maiiiiiiiw-iu, tIi':u-t- H4-til:-ii, Inn Loriim-i'. l':unliii1- Ile-Astis. 'hxmilf' M15 LM, 1 All 'W M . it 25 -'1' I l ,J ti A an 6 , K p . 'nm ff 'V ' ' If ' x se My - . A I rg 'W 'ifkj ' wg: 'W aww' S pr. K an m 2 its 'fr A sr is ff' bf. i as 1 xii' 1. A i in ...I fa . TEEN X fi -E" S .1 ....-, J. 1 L, 5 is vat X! 1912 AHS l94Z GRADE FIVE E What great changes thirty years have brought about in our school life! We are sure our school hours are much more enjoyable and interesting than they were in the bygone days. For one thing we doubt there could have been the whole-hearted coopera- tion between home and school that we have today. In the fall and spring our class joined with 5T and held two very successful Mothers' meetings. At one, we presented our annual play, "I Pledge Allegiance," in which the entire class took part. Our Grade Mothers were Mrs. Ian Wilson and Mrs. Charles Buckes. In the fall our grade held a very interesting Indian Exhibit, which was en- joyed by all Grades and Mothers. Prompted by our desire to help in the war effort, our class organized a very active Defense Club. Meetings, held once a week, inspired us to give hundreds of dollars to buy stamps and bonds. Our class was active in the annual drive to raise junior Red Cross funds. We packed Christmas boxes to be sent to the less fortunate and also carried on various projects for the soldiers. Our treasury was swelled by our winning the second prize in the Ardsleyan contest and a P. T. A. award. Throughout these troublesome days, we have tried to keep our classroom a cheerful, pleasant, and busy place. FIRST ROW: Donald Struckman. Patricia I-Iotaling, George Bagge, Domi- nick Fatone, Peter Wolle. SECOND ROW: Bessie Pannick. Robert Ullrich, William Cook, Donald Brennen, Charles Buckes. THIRD ROW: William Wilson, Jacqueline Rooney, James I-Iorend, Anna Signoretta, james Wright. FOURTH ROW: Joanne Groth, Patsy DeNardo, Grace Cartwright, Frank Eisenhauer, Jane Scharf. CENTER: Miss Egbertson, Ruloff Muller, Vito Pasquale, Lee Wallace Hennessy. L LA ga0l , f f Q Q X 01 Q 'Ss Y' 'Q-mx QAM in u I ..,,,. ,. ...M ML 9 2 AHS T77 1942 GRADE FIVE T We started the school year 1941-42 with forty-three pupils. So at once our class was divided into Grade 5E and Grade 5T with 24 pupils in our section. We wel- comed two new pupils, Skipper White and Leonore Kenny. The situation was quite different thirty years ago. At that time grades 5 and 0 were taught together by Miss Mary Morgan, better known to most of us as Mrs. E. A. M. Quimby. We started the year by making a splendid record in the "School News" cam paign with fifty-five subscriptions. At a November assembly we gave a Dlay for Book Week. We repeated this play at our first Mothers' Meeting on November l8. At this time seventeen of our moth- ers joined the 5E mothers in visiting our grades. We won the P. T. A. prize twice. Many of our pupils were active in organizations this year. They include three Girl Scoutsg six Honor Society membersg twenty-four Red Cross members and nine junior Chorus members. At the outbreak of War we immediately organized a Defense Stamp Club in which almost a hundred per cent of our grade have enrolled. To date we have saved over Sl,I00 in bonds and stamps. Among other activities carried on are collecting cancelled stamps for a sanitari- C l um in 'a og making scrapbooks for Sunshine Cottage: saving new and used materials for War Defense: cutting the cloth for filling or fracture pillows. Now we are buying seeds for our Victory Gardens, and we hope to organize a Victory Garden Club soon. Margaret Young FIRST ROW: Dorothy Denari, Skipper White, Marie Moretti, Martin Erickson, Angela Rutiglan, David Brendel. SECOND ROW: Victor Arone, Barbara ,lane Slaybaugh, Michael Wilmoth, Nancy jane Schultz, Robert Broderick, Margaret Young. THIRD ROW: Lillian Papovitch, Charles DeGuisto, Virginia Grandolfi, Ronald Paulsen, joan Byrne, joan Myers. FOURTH ROW: P l'-ladad, Pauline DeAstis, ,lean Thomas. BOTTOM ROW: Miss Ethel Tryon. atricia Hotaling, Henry Cockefur, Celestine King, Gerard -14 f E 131 W rf 3 . . .N . , X 1 f N it fi - N. I.. . . .. ' H. s waz, J 5 as is : X QA F 9.,.gsf,,w i teh .5 E .em fi, in Q, . Us Kip! vi x na X .B ,.. l .... ' we X' l . .X il' S' I 'gf l 1 x .. W Qi? 4 W-' ' Q YQQQF' .5 ns- . if X I9 I 2 AHS l942 GRADE FOUR We started our year in the fourth grade with jayce Wharmby as president and Betty Ann Stone as vice-president. Our grade mother this year is Mrs. john Mil- ler. The present associate mother is Mrs. Edwin Stone who has taken the place of Mrs. Charles Sullivan. We are proud to have twenty-two out of the forty-four children in our class en- rolled in the Honor Society. The Christmas program for our parents was a play, "The Bad Dwarf," which we had previously given in assembly. We won several prizes this year, namely: the marching plaque for the first semester and the P. T. A. prize. We were awarded and "E" for punctuality. The fourth grade came in second in the track meet under the leadership of Dolores King, the girls' captain, and Thomas Altieri, the boys' captain. Fourteen pupils from our class attended the track meet banquet. Our class, as well as many others, has formed a defense club to which every pupil contributes. We have all enjoyed this year which has been Hlled to over- flowing with new and interesting experiences. FIRST ROW: Robert Wood, Dorothy Hotaling, Rudolph Rosler, Lois Vallely, Charles Sullivan, Nina Jo Miller, Thomas Altieri. SECOND ROW: Betty Ann Stone, Richard Brennan, jayce Wharmby, Donald Paterson, Joan Lutz, Julius Egloff, Beverly Christiane. THIRD ROW: Thomas Marzella, Alvera Mannuccia, Gerald Perillo, Patricia Cleary, Edwin Gawer, Mary McGregor, joseph McCormack. FOURTH ROW: Frances Panniclc, Thomas Wilbur, Marilyn Schneider, Frank Fraietta, Norma Perillo, Warren Maloney, Leonard Gaarder. FIFTH ROW: Henry Woessner, Kathleen Strachan, Gilbert Hadad, Claire Buckes, Peter Piller, Rose Spano, Vito DcNardo. BOTTOM ROW: Suzanne Recca, Geraldine Pruett, Miss Edwards, Dolores King, Gloria Petruzzi, Deborah Howe. Q15 .l U is ' 1 it 'S' z .5-,F if K Q ' x 'F i i , s v Ve ,-. f v r?xs'iS2 , X A sax, J' N I' X X 912 AHS 1942 1 ' GRADE THREE ln September our class numbered forty-six. Joan Kaercher, Frieda Wolff, and john Yottcs moved away before Christmas. james .luillerat was elected president and Ann Marie Sullivan vice-president. Mrs. Harold Moore acted as our class mother and helped us to have a happy party at Christmas. The year was a busy, successful one. We earned an "E" for efficiency when "War-time" came into effect. We have pur- chased several bonds and many defense stamps to help our Government. Many of us have qualified for awards. Thirty years ago the third grade. combined with the fourth grade, was taught in the Municipal Building in the room where at the present time the fire engine is kept. There were about thirty in the grades. The following were among those present: Adolph Kindervatter, Mrs. William Hennessy, Mrs.Gertrude Fritche, Matilda Frischmann, Mrs. Raymond King, Floyd Stymus, Philip Cimino, Fred Arone, jackamena Santore, Vera Travis. The present third grade teacher taught both grades, but has not taught every third grade since that time. The majority of the seats, now in the third grade room, were used thirty years ago by third and fourth graders. FIRST ROW: Russell Brown, Mary Costantini, Melvin Redmond, Jacqueline Reno, Richard Moore, Josephine DeRocha, james Welsford, Virginia Brennan. SECOND ROW: Mary Fraietta, Harold Kamlce, Constance lsbell, William Hoover, Eleanor Wahlquist, jay Rainey, Geraldine Cartwright, Fred Ernst. THIRD ROW: Ann Marie Sullivan, Robert Kamke, Julia Montaruli, Donald Duryea, Ellen McPhee, john jones, Lucille DeAstis, Walter Schmidt. FOURTH ROW: .lack Reno, Joan Garnier, Henry Greiner, Josephine Palermo, George DeFeo, Barbara Howe, Joseph King, Lois Carson. Barbara Wuestner, Woessner, Barbara Edelnlan, .IHITIES juillerat, joan Stohr, Gregory Scallero, ,Ioan Koster, james Lawlor. BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Emily Ehler, M argaret Avery, Jacqueline Blasberg, Daniel Gorman. if A by Il X M 4 'Q J la Y ' Q xx f H hdrfst, , X ,, v- S5 sv: Q5 l if f sys , i A .,gslel.x, - g of ' , , in l 'i . ff , ,, -J.,-N ,ii . , ,J tif l x, .Qp -qv Pa 9 2 AHS 942 ., GRADE TWO Thirty years have brought many changes ln the way we work and play, But Reading, 'Riting and 'Rithmetic Are just as necessary today. Our books so bright and colorful And magazines, with print easy to see Are just a few of the advantages Thirty years have brought to you and me. The thirty-six children in our Grade Two Would like to say this word: We're glad we're living in these times When children can be seen and heard. FIRST ROW: Terry Miller, Lois Nannariello, l'rank Novlello, Patricia Ches- lf' ,t ! f . , 3 .' 'gf'- lack, John Cawley, Kathleen Gauthier, Salvatore Cimino. : ' we ff-e' ' 'ii" W5 SECOND ROW: Dorothy Elling, Donald Raab, Patricia Frischmann, Donald Pasquini, Claudia Speicher, Barty DeRocha, Barbara Brennen. .ms-2 '-wi f ul? . wr 'Ili ti 1- is ' F ,, ll THIRD ROW: ,lack Olt, Pauline Calace-Mottola, Billy Flanigan, Patricia , P , - -1:- Vallely, Bobby Cook, Patricia Wilbur, Prestbury Hackett. ' , . .. f P Q. QW P I FOURTH ROW: Bernadette Kinney, Ronald Barrett, Annette Gimbel, Dorothy Young, Barbara Byrne, janet Calace-Mottola, Dolores Garnier. g 5 FIFTH ROW: Robert Emerick Marion Stevens Robert Wilson Nlarjorie Acker, Carol Lawlor, Alice Ward, Eleanor Slaybaugh. ef if , me, itil 'QF' Ponce. , Q . CENTER ROW: Mary Lou Sullivan, Mrs. Ethel Farnham, Marie Louise , 1 Ii VV! fl' 2. ":t . an '- 'I ',...- xiii f"'?xf2 aki- A. 1 ' X ss E. as .ei 9 2 A HS 942 GRADE ONF Our present brightly painted first grade room IS quite a contrast to the first grade room of thirty years ago which was made by partitioning the court room of the municipal building Still some of us have happy memories of Miss Hazel Ward playm games with her group during mid mornin recess in the graveled play yard now we fall in the m ld where we often cut our knees We remember using but one reader whereas now the first grade has a room lbrary as a supplement to numerous attractive reading books workbooks and other interesting equipment Today every effort made in the materials used to teach the child to read by creating interest by givin impressions of color and beauty and developing character with the help of the stones elected so that in spite of the larger group the result should lead to a fuller richer knowledge FIRST ROW Mrs Frances Ferguson Hazel Duryea Ronald Hadacl LaVerne Ward Antonio D Angelo ean Brennan Paul Roberts Carol Manchester SECOND ROW: Mrs. Louise Hatfield Barry Coggins Margaret Flanigan Larry Lasko Pauline Lawlor Evelyn Schmidt Dolores Stohr Lawrence Chadwick. THIRD ROW: ,lo Ann lsbell Samuel Ferranto Arlene Grangan Frank azzo Mary Murray Dominick Pasquale Patricia Gaarder Robert Altieri. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Cauvet Patricia Nardecchia David Pollock Betty Ann Brennen Richard Arone Ann Martin Richard Wood Anne Huesgen. FIFTH ROW: Barbara Rutiglan Richard Broderick Patricia Gauthier ohn Koster Roberta McGregor Robert Schleipman Helga Nordin Paul Skokan. f"5'af, I 09,3 I 1 WZ, tr, II. 4- 4 f f BOTTOM ROW: Lawrence Chadwick 'Xnne Marie Gorman Robert Wilmoth. 'ra' +9 912 AHS l942 BEGINNERS' FIRST Thirty years ago children beginning school in Ardsley were not as fortunate as they are today. They went immediately into First Grade and began their strug- gles with the three "R's." The school system did not include a Kindergarten or Beginners' Class until I9 l 8 when equipment and space were provided in the same room now being used to receive the five-year-old and begin his education by pro- viding suitable experiences necessary for all-round development of the child at this level. FIRST ROW: Helen Eisenhauer, Michael Cawley, Alberta Denari, Matthew Strachan, Barbara Canning, Walter Edelman, Heidi Meier. SECOND ROW: Roger Coene, Gertrude Rosler, Stewart Leach. Enid Gensler. Robert French, Gerhard Karl, Florence jackson. THIRD ROW: Mildred Eisenhauer, Douglas Boyd, Maureen Gauthier, Armand Fattori, Marion Eisenhauer, Duncan Wilson, Ruth Seeler. FOURTH ROW: Michael Grandolfi, Peggy Sullivan, joseph DeNardo, Louise Quist, Francis Yozzo, Florence jackson, Thomas Ward. FIFTH ROW: Alice Cartwright, Richard Frischmann, Laura Pearce, William Teti, Nancy Dunbar, Robert King, Ruby Moretti. BOTTOM ROW: Miss Jeanette Ravekes, Ann Wilmoth, William Finger, john Green. .... "-- . 1 asi' I f 912 AHS 942 CHRONOLOGY 1912 1942 Sl+l'T I9II The seventh 'rnd erghth ades e r er e torrrr e lrreshrrrrn Llfrsrs wlrrclr for the trrst trrrre rn lrrstory is strrclyrng rn Ardsley rather th rrr llastirrgs lhe classes rre urrrted to cllrnrnatc the ncccssrty ot two roonrs crrd two tcachers The trrst year of thrs hrgh rool cl ss thc 'Vlunrcr a llnrldrrrr., Sl' PT IDI' The portals of the present Ardsley llrgh School open rs the puprls nrowc trorrr the Nlunrcrprl Hnrldrng There rre no Serrrors or Jurrrors the ol es puprls uc Sophonrores Thc prrncrprl rs Nlr Arthur Charrrberlrrn P Albert Ray s nts the tr s lrrgh school newspaper errtrtled Thc ltrverr Flfl! IDI? Horne chores take the place ot rtlrletrcs and cxtr'r cnrrrcnlrr rctrvrtres ill IDI! Qcver rl drrrccs rre held or the errtrre hrgh school IINI1 HDIO Thc frrst 'senror clrss consrst ct r cyl lonrs lxrr c treldl Rachael Brrron tllalonel Nlrrjorrc Roserrrnrller 'Ind Wrllrarn C lfnrerlck rs rdrrrtcd tronr Ardsley l-lrrch Qclrool -ll 0 1lRlIr 4 Atter several weeks of hard lrhor the Senrors present therr 'urrrual rl y crrtrtled tlrrs yc rr swrnr, Fever il Rllr I4 Qoorr atter surrrrse the rather sleepy Senrors rre grouped rn the Ardsley depot rrrrpatrerrtly rwartrng, the tr un wlrrc lr rs to trke thcnr on the frrst lap of then rntrcrpated X1 rshrngton Trrp 1l'Rll .Fi The Jubrlant orchestra and chorus ot Ardslcy rlong wrth frve solo ss lclrnor Mac cod Dorothcr lrrrscr rnrnn rrrd l'rtrrcrc Ntontort pranrsts Lrvro Crrsr saxoplrorrrst rnd Nrncy Wrlbur wrrler lerve tor strte corrrpetitrorr r Pcrrrglrkccpsre to corrrpetc for thc frnlls 1 ' illr Ardslcy gocs on the rrr rs re errc lr r cscnts r lfrenclr p Jeanne llachctte wrrtterr by Vlrss Blt terman NIH I The orchestra goes to Atlantrc Lrty tor the trnals These students have the rrrdescrrbablc. pleasure of pl ryrng rn a nrrss orchestra led by Ieopold Stokowsky N111 9 The Tlrrrd Degree puts to test the wrts ot sever rl teachers and students rn a Qurz Isrds program ll N11 4 The Honor Qocrety holds re annual prcnrc for the members of the Frrst and Second Degree ll 'Nlc I4 An apprecratrve 'rudrerrce rs tlrrrlled rs the Cubs cut captrvatrrrg capers at the Cub Circus Jl N11 I6 All rs quret as the students take therr frrr cl exams llhlf I8 Four new rrrerrrbers Rosrna 'Vlantello Joseph Dunbar lfrnerson Vrrden and Anna Agrrarro are rrrrtrated rrrto the Tlrrrd Degree rn a solenrrr rnrtratrorr cere rrrorry Honorary rnerrrbershrp rs granted to Vrncent Nlantello llNlf .EAD The senrors are honored wrth r delrghtfnl Senror Prom sponsored ly the Alumnr ll NI- '4 The Senror Gr rduatron ends the school year wrth Grahanr Bell as valedrc torrrn and Paul Nelson salutatorran Slcl"l' S Qchool reopens to frnd 'r hrgh school enrollnrerrt lrrger than ever betore Out of IN? puprls 69 are Icreslrrnen' SI' l 'l new drvrsron ot perrods Tlrls syetenr con srsts of csrx hour perrods rrrstead of eeven 45 rrrrrrute perrods wrth less homework Sb l"I' I9 Anna Agnano rs elected presr dent or the Tlrrrd Degree assrsted by Jos eplr Dunbar vrce presrdent Eleanor Im rnedrato seuetary and lclrnor Macleod treasurer Sl+l"l' '9 The quret rrrd dlgnrty of the school rs lost when due to the World Series r portable radro rs found rn every class roorrr and work rs terrrporarrly halted Undoubtedly the teachers are as rnterested rn scores as the puprls 04 I I0 The Qenrors end r most success ful rnfrgazrne crnrpargn and deposrt S450 01 T I7 Lors Ann Banrster rs elected president of the Student Council -I The puprls are Introduced to a INT I The Ifrrst Degree Irrltratron rs held enrollrrrg torty one new rrrerrrbers rn the evergrowrng Honor Socrety 1 I0 'lhc serrror tlrorur. srrcccsrsfrr y rreserrts thc Ilrd for Anrcr c rns or the nec ond trrrre at thc Arnrrstrcc Day pro gr rm N01 I4 Thc Senrors hold therr mrrufrl Lrrd and crrnre Party N01 I9 School rs closed while everyone errroys .1 Thanksgrving turkey and a long weekend N01 .4 Back agrin from our vac rtlon we trrrd that the cateterla rs now open N01 28 The Jurrrors present a very suc cessful Cay Nrnetres Night DM S The nruslc departmc nt agaln cornes rnto the lrrrre lrr..ht as Ruth Daley Anrta Heller Nancy Wilbur and Annabelle Hogan go to Syracuse to play and sing rn the All state Orchestra and Chorus Dlcl Phe school students do their bit for detense rs the local newsboysr pledge themselves to sell st rrnps and thc grades torrrr defense clubs ful Nlexrcarr progrrm in assembly l1N 8 The Arrrry garns 'r new soldier and Ardsley Hrglr school loses an excel lcnt drrector ot rnuslc sr Mr Vrnc ent joins the Arr Corps at Maxwcll lfreld Alrbamu Ardsley Hrglr Qchool is rcwrrded howevcr wrth an equrlly eillcrcnt teachcr Mr Tay lor to replace 'llr Vrncent IIDJ4 Qrrret reigns rf., rn rs the studerrts puzzle over their exams and the teachers relax IXN I0 The Wrlliarn lfnchs Memorial Qhcrp rs dedic rted to Mr lcuclrs lflflt If At long last fr boys chorus i formed by Mr Taylor wrth many very enthusrastrc nrerrrbers SIMM H '0 A group of undoubtcdly ner vous and excrted Senrors present Spring IceweIrI a delightful play greatly enjoyed r r SIMM H 2.0 The frrst high sc lrool news mer srrrcc Key roe narnc rc Ornrrrbus rs edrted wrth lfleanor lrnrnedi 'rto 'rs edrtor in chief -1l'Rll. 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'31 UQLH 9 Z AHS 942 BUSINESS CARDS LEI IERHEADS LNVELOPES PROGRAMS BUSINESS FORMS QI IANCE BOOKS Prompt Delivery CIRCULARS INVITATIONS LODGE NOTICES POSTERS ENCLOSURES LET US FILL YOUR NEXT ORDER We are able to supply you wxth anything from x card to a newspaper whether xt Iize a small order or a quantity run Let us estimate on your next order for IVIFNUS S I A TEIVIENTS BOOKLETS CIRCULAR LETTERS POS TAL C ARDS Satisfactory Work DOBBS FERRY REGISTER Phone 124 Dobbs Perry xlghrs 6 1 I ' ' TICKETS " BILLHEADS I9IZ AHS I9-42 DOHBS HQRRY IV4 WESTCHESTER GARAGF AUtOmOtlVC SCIVICC COIIISIOH SpCCl3l1StS RCp3lYlHg and Qverhaulmg P XRIDSI I Y M. NANN.AXRIIil-l.O, ARDSLI-QY SQUARI1 Pm . ,f .' ,Q ', N. Y. l9l2 AHS l942 COMPLIMENTS f S T A U F F E R Chemlcal Company, Inc CHAUNCFIY N. Y. I9IZ AHS 1942 COMPLIMENTS or THE mfs ARDSLEY LICDN S CLUB TEN YEARS OF COMPETENT OIL BURNER 6: BOILER SERVICE A B WOLLE 8: C0 SCARSDALE 5170 YONKERS 5 2025 Servlce to All Makes of Burners - ii E ' dw C1 Q I A ' 1 9 9 Z AHS 942 The Flrst Natlonal Bank of Ardsley N Y CHECKING ALLOUNTS INILRISI ALLOUNTS FE D GS BOX P COMPLIMENTS OF EMBASSY THEATRE DOBBS FERRY N Y Une of Westchester's Finest Theatres I I' A I , . . I 7 QQM ' I I SA I EP . IT ICS Bank Open D 'Iy, 9 t 2:30 S't rday 9 to I2 A. M Member of I7ecIeraI Deposit Insurance C t' 912 AHS 942 Tel D F 490 N1ghtl75 AAA at AAA D GCINS MOTOR SERVICE IGNITION SERVICE CARBURETION WHEEL ALIGNMENT GENERAL REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES OF AUTOMOBILES p SOL HP-DAD J COQCINS 9AIIlbFACTORY SERVICE BY MEN WHO KNOW HOW TEL ames McCartney GL Son REAL ESTATE CI INSURANCE M ff h I Bd AdIyN , I I Dobbs Ferry 33I I I Pleasantvillc 345 an ainO ice Branc Office McCartney Bui ding I57 e ford Road r s e , ew York I'IeasantviIIe, N. Y. 9 Z AHS COMPLETE and DEPENDABLE OIL HEATING SERVICE Repairs and Replacements of Boxlers IQBCIIBIOYS Valves Plpmx, Hot Water Ian OIL BURNER SERVICE and SALES FUEL OILS ROBISON nc The House That Servlce Built OIL SIORAGIL PLANT IIXS FINCIS ON HUDSON N I,I1OI1Cb Dobbs Ferry I77 White Plnns 8866 94 7 ks and Attachments MAIN OI I ILL IINRISDAII N X OM' AMERICAN LEGION POST ARDSLFY NY "For God and Countryn No III - - - L , I' g E. , I . C ILIIVIILNTS OF , . 458 0 pl TEE SFNIOR CLASS OIHIDIIYTICH of A FRIEND Q - C m iments of I 3 C ' ts 912 AHS 942 WHERE YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED The ARDSLEY CI-IEIVIIST SHOPPE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS C Engle Ph G ASHFORD AVENUE d ELM STREET b F ARDSLEY N N WE SFRVF BORDENS ICE CREAM YOU KNOW ITS IURL ompI1ment The Parent Teachers Assoclatlon . I . man, . . an ' Phones D b erry 512-525 I ' , . '. U . .- , . , 4- C s of , Q . J Z AHS 942 THE ARDSLEY CHOCOLATERIA EXTENDS ITS BEST WISHES FOR FUTURE SUCCESS TO THE ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OIF I943 We serve Carpenter s Ice Cream excIus1veIy Jaufwzrljwfz' ROBERT IVI JOHNSTON Florrst and Grower 225 ASHFORD AVENUE DOBBS FERRY NEW YORK Ph D bb F II I l I , a Telephone Dobbs Ferry I I67 one o s erry 31 I 1912 AHS 947 JOSEPH COGGINS DAIRY FOR AI L YOUR DAIRY FOODS MILK CREAM CHOCOI AT E MILR VITAMIN D MII K COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK EGGS BUTTER In Ram or Shme I'IE1lI or Sleet You see our Trucks on the Street PHONE Dobbs Ferry I88 357 Ashford Avenue Dobbs Ferry N Y DOBBS PERRY 2069 THE ARDSLEY HARDWARE Harry H NOTIONS WOOLS d WORSTED O O R E P ARDSLEY CIGAR 8: STATIONER C B PETRONE m k L, Lending L brary BREYERS ICE CREAM Page 8: Shaw Schrafft s Box Candy 472 Ashf dA D bb I y , Y Remember ........ ' ' 1 1 Hall ar Treeting Cards Newspapers -- Period I -1 an - Moores Paints ardwareg . . I ' Housewares Fertlllzers I I Seeds Glass , Served at Fountain L, an I , Use NI aint or venue o s 'err AHS 94 7 A FRIE D HONOR SOCIETY BLUEBIRD TROOP I ARDSLEY HOSE CO No MARY E M QUIMBY IIRIS NRI D XNLIRO S MEMORIAL TROOP II XRIDSI I I - .1 I g L'ONII'I.lMIf,NII'S I C'OMI'I.lMI'.NIS of of N Q' O NI I' I. I NI If N 'I S L' O M I' I. I M If N 'I' S of of and . . 1 . I ALI.. -' ,A Q .'.I1'I U.' .- .',.j'.N,Y. BE CAREFUL! 912 AHS 942 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS BOY scoUTs and cuss FRESHMEN M BEN COHEN RENATO CRISI ATHLETIC GOODS CO Certified Public Accountant 2 North Stone A e Elmsford N Y H HUDSON STR! I' I' NEW YORK CITY Ph El f I I ATHLETIC TEAMS OUTFITTED I I l O f 0 f I V . 1 ' ' 4 f if ' ' one ' ms orc 886 TOMMY and THE BUS J lVlcCORIVlA INSURANCE IUIJSON X 4 r I x nw X rkf Phono Phone Do lb I TI' UTI' y 7 XIIS IJ47 FRESHMEN R HARRISON E WOOD Q 0 Nl fill XXQDHP I1 Y 1 4-phone Unkvrs 5 sfilz TNI ORE Pl DAC UC Y wuz --- AL ' g K' U M I' I. l Nl If N Ol' 5 C'fJNG R:X'l1Ul..Ax'l'lON5 w if f lll.-XNCJ CFR CAN F . . C K Vlxlffx 'HIZR If , USIC' 1 9 lf: klin n '- N Q A A 41 li.xs'l' 2,111 S11 N YU kt, N. Y. A clsvb' N' ' 'cm ' 'ity F 'IWI Y .Q 4 f i l S 'ic' y 435 M zx' i ..-fmfwll 3 ' 1 1 1 9l2 Compllments SOPHOMORES fiompllments HEATHER DELL FARM WHOLESALE FLORISTS Ardsley New York AHS 942 OI' Service Telephone Dobbs Ferry 26 or BESSONQCOIVIPANY Burldmg Materlals Coal and Fuel Onl Dobbs Ferry New York J iUIxI I XII! I I It XXI PNP 3 Compliments A 8z P FOOD STORES john Canmng r Manager Eastern Dlvlslon Bronx Umt I l i 2 l I . . . y y . of , VK AI. f ' ' 'I VUIIIP XVIM I , I1 ', ICI! NIO 7' I INIIS ff ISII 'K PIPE INSUIIATING YVAIJ. IIOAIIIIS I Si fl - - I' ful INT I,I.IIaI'I II,.fXS'I'I'IIl Foot f IJ -Ii of y ' ' of 1 1919 AHS MPL MPN O THE GRAND UNION COMPANY C I-I T 8: n c HARDWARE DEALERS Phone 557 I I South Lexmgton Ave WHITE PLAINS 942 JAPANESL IIUNTINL, IILLNSL 1111111111 P15 BROWN S PARKSIDE, RESTAURANT N C L E. A N A R T LAUNDLRING DRY LLLANINL. COID FUR SIORACJL RUG SHAMPOOING LOBBLINC. OYTIPIIITICDIU o CENTRAL LUNCH RESTAURANT ALL GROUP AND SENIOR PIQTURLS BY - H I Am ' '1111 I"1'1w- -X0 Plus:-11 Sv:1so11 N11 Limit I Q T S 1 Objvvti- "'IGx1e-1'111i11:111011" C O " ISSVI HY SAXV MILL IIIYICII I'ARKXY.XY !'IIAI'N1'ICY, N. Y. I "GET Y0l'II.' AT IiR1lXYN'S" f 1 1 -U W- L I I . 1 . Gu am 1 F - - C ' . f H . H E S O N , I . 1 912 AYHS I942 I I BENJAMIN H ADLER COMPLIMENTS O H A R D W A R IL. 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