Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1943
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1943 volume:
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Pubhslwecl Q-go lass cj 1944
ARDSLEY HIGH SCHQQL
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Although confronted not only wrth the usual dxfftculttes Con
nested with the publtcauon of a yearbook but wlth th se brought
ab ut by the war we dectded that as far as posslble thts year s
Arfisleyan shguld not suffer We h pe that our earnest efforts to
pr du e a pleasrng book wrll be frultful and that all our readers
.vxll be sattsfred wlth cur N rk
Our theme thts year rs what we the
students f Ardsley l-t1,h Sch l are d mg
to ard the advert f vrc ry Alth ugh we
know that our b1t seerns small when com
pared wrth hat f our troops we gtve rt wrll
rngly and wrth the hope that we shall some
day be able to do more
Grvrng more than we ever can
the teachers who helped make fh1S
book possrble are worthy of the
hlghest prarse To Mrs Parsons
MISS Ftobbre Mrss Davxs and Mr
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Advertlslng Manager Buslness Manager
WARREN BROWN PAULINE LUTZ
Art Edxtor C1rcuIat1on Manager
BEATRICE SCI-IMIDT LEWIS WADDELL
Typlng Edxtor PubI1c1ty Chalrman
DOROTHEA FRISCHMANN MARTIN ENGLEMAN
MRS C E PARSONS
MISS H G ROBBIE
MR WM DUKE
MR HARRY TAYLOR
MR EDWIN WALLACE
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ROBERT HENNING TED MARQUIS
Hts good nature and sptrtt of comraderte
endeared htm to hts fellow students
Hts unlatltng courtesy and wtlltngness to do
hts share earned the respect of hts teachers
Hts tnterest and abtltty tn the great Amertcan
game gave htm a place on the A H S baseball
team as an able player
Hts always agreeable personaltty made a
place lor htm tn the few short years he was
wtth us that wtll long be remembered tn
Ardsley Htgh School
Ted was a born leader possesstng the
abtltty enthustasm and dectston so necessary
for leadershtp Hts acttvtttes tn chool were
centered about athlettcs outdoor ltle leader
shtp and mustc
Even whtle away at college he matntatned
hts tnterest tn many ot these acttvtttes and
encouraged DOQS sttll tn htgh school to take
advantage of thetr oppo tuntttes
We shall mtss htm but we shall all be the
better for havtng kno ND htm and tn ou ltearts
hts youthful vtgor and enthustasm shall ltve
on to tnsptre us to do the good deeds he
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WILLARD H MANN .IR Columbra Urnverslty
Indu trlal Arts
Guidance Soclal Sclence
HARLAN A THOMAS New York Unlversrty Grade 8
EDWIN J WALLACE
HARRY F TAYLOR
MISS HFLFN BERTHELSON
MRS DOROTHY R PUZON
MISS CFLIA CONKLIN
MR KFNNFTH BROWN
MISS ANNFTTE BITTFRMAN
MISS HARRIETT EDWARDS
MISS FLINOR C BUELL
MRS FRANCES FERGUSON
MISS VIRGINIA E VACA
MRS EMILY A EI-ILER
MRS ANNA J FLINT
MRS .IEANNETTE CAMPBELL
MISS FLORENCE EGBERTSON
MISS HELEN G ROBBIE
MR ARTHUR W SILLIMAN
MRS CONSTANCE E PARSONS
MISS MARGARET WESP
MRS LOUISE K HATFIFLD
MR CHARLES W HOREND
MISS FLEANOR DAVIS
MISS MAY A HALSTED
MISS FTHEL TRYON
MRS ETIIFL J FARNHAM
MRS DOROTHY SHULMAN
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Not only have our parents and
grandparents stated that the younger
generat1on IS gett1ng soft that 1t does
not know what hardshlps are but the
d1ctatorsh1ps have loudly denounced
the flabby and 1neff1c1ent people of
the decadent democracles The older
people d1d not see how we could ever
run World affairs rntellrgently when 1t
came our turn We would certalnly
plunge the world 1nto m1sery w1th our
We havent had that chance and
posslbly we never w1ll unless present
d1ff1cult1es are settled sat1sfactor1ly
We the younger generat1on are pre
sented w1th the great temptatron to
retort Who s golng to ruln the world?
but we des1st not knowlng 1f we would
have done d1fferently Young and old
ahke we are 1n thts to the end and we
w1ll see 1t through to that end
Here IS a tallor made opportumty to
prove that we are worthy of our hen
tages We can prove and are provlng
that we are not soft that we can take
xt Graduates of not too anc1ent a vm
tage are tn there punch1ng and most
of us are looktng forward to 1t At
home we are makmg the best of short
ages of obyects we once belleved 1n
We real1ze how lmportant 1t IS that
we prepare ourselves at some future
date 1t may mean the d1fference be
tween l1fe and death For that purpose
we are dorng our best tn our usual
s hool GCl1V1l19S as well as those added
dunng our Vtctory Program perlods
Bas1c m1l1tary courses phys1cal fitness
class home nurs1ng nutntron f1rst a1d
Spamsh and home defense have taken
equal rank wlth Latln French h1story
our Vlctory Program also We serve as
messengers control room workers and
a1rplane spotters we sell War Stamps
and Bonds work for the Red Cross and
part1c1pate fn salvage campalgns
Although we may fret at the seemrng
fut1l1ty of such acttons when others are
g1v1ng the last full measure of devotxon
we are patlent for we know that our
turn w1ll come We feel certa1n that
we can prove that we are Amencans
of whom Llncoln Wash1ngton and
Iefferson could well be proud The
Arnerrcan f1ght1ng Splfll has gr1pped
us we w1ll do our best to add to the
glonous h1story of our land
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After a glorlous and unforgettable tnp to Wash
tngton D C the Seruors arnve home t1red but
happy m the wee hours of the mornxng
W1th the usual solemmty the annual Second Degree
lnxtlatton IS held wtth Honorable Walter Seely pre
Under the dlrectxon of Mr Harry F Taylor the
annual concert of the Mustc Department rs held
The orchestra gxrls chorus and four solotsts tn
cludmg Elxnor MacLeod Dorothea Frlschmann
Ruth Carroll and Nancy Wxlbur 1ourney to Kmg
ston New York for thelr annual partlclpatron ln
the State Musto Festxval The gxrls chorus recexve
a one ratmg for the1r outstandmg performance
Ratlomng commences at Ardsleyl People pour m
by the dozens to secure cards for sugar Teachers
ISSUG more than 2400 cards
W1th the usual fun and gay spmt the annual Boy
Scout Cxrcus 1S held
Mr Frank Kluge enlxsts for Coast Guard Reserve
Offxcers Tralnlng School at New London Conn
Lots Ann Ban1ster IS awarded the PTA scholar
A senous and qutet arr pervades the school as
exammauon week commences
Very much refreshed everyone ts back agam at
school to begm another successful term'
Rosma Mantello IS elected Presxdent of the Honor
Socxety and Emerson Vtrden Jr V1ce prestdent
he Student Counc1l elects Llly Gubler Presrdent
e annual Honor Soctety pxcnrc IS held A plentt
ful supply of hot dogs IS emoyed by all
At last a day of restl
Judge Walter Seely ts honored at the Fxrst Degree
lT1lllQllOYl of the Honor Soclety for rendermg 20
Years of loyal servlce to the orgamzatxon
Emerson Vxrden Jr Ltly Gubler and Charles Van
Brunt broadcast from Statron WFAS on V1ctory
150 o1l ratton appltcatxons are ftlled out at Ardsley
Plans are made for a monthly war servxce plcture
supplement for our boys tn the servlce
The school IS saddened by the sudden death of
At last a paper for the h1gh school puptls The
f1rst 1ssue of the Torch IS pubhshed ed1ted by
Basketball season commences at Ardsley w1th a
vlctortous game agalnst Elmsford
Lieutenant M1tchell C Vlncent pays a brtef vxstt
to our school on hrs way back from dehvermg a
The frrst soldter plcture supplement IS publxshed
Books are pulled out of dusty corners as mldyear
Enszgn Frank Kluge USCG pays a vrstt t
Gtrls don a bow and boys proudly wear Jackets
as Ardsleyan pxctures are taken
War Savlngs Stamps and Bond contest begmsl
A patr1ot1c alr f1lls the h1gh school as all puplls do
their share rn buylng defense stamps and bonds
The puplls of Ardsley Htgh School feel keenly the
loss of Ted Marquxs a fellow comrade
The ABDSLEYAN goes to pressl
Seniors present Best Foot Forward
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ln September l939 the largest Fresh
man Class in the history of Ardsley
High School entered its imposing por
tals and began its high school career
Of necessity the group was divided
into two classes an Academic and a
Business section each having its sepa
rate home room
The students expressed their amaze
ment at the amount of independence
expected of the new Freshmen be
cause prior to their entrance into high
school they had been thoroughly
looked after by grade teachers
During the Freshman year the
classes held a joint food sale to aug-
ment their Washington Trip Fund
which was already uppermost in their
minds. This activity was a joint one
because the two classes hoped to
merge later on.
Sophomore year found the two
classes sponsoring a cake sale which
was quite successful. The class had be-
come veterans and consequently
began looking down on the new crop
Then, in their Iunior year, the class
was rather anxious to do something
just a little bit different from other years.
ln October we presented a "Gay Nine-
ties Night," the first of its kind in
Ardsley. This was received by an
our classmates participated in the
guise of the l89U s
Our Senior year was marked by the
fact that the two classes merged and
became one However our number
dwindled down to 32 because of the
changing conditions and aspects of the
future ln November our class was sad
dened by the death of a classmate of
two years Robert Henning
In April we presented an amusing
comedy Best Foot Forward which
further swelled our Washington Trip
As we near the climax of our four
years in high school a touch of re-
morse enters the picture. We look
forward to going in search of new com-
panions and experiences although we
must leave more familiar places be-
hind. Graduation Day while one of our
happiest days will be tinged with re-
gret for all we are leaving behind.
We wish to express our sincere ap-
preciation to our adviser Miss Buell
who has so faithfully guided us through
this, our last, year.
Our four years in high school shall
remain forever brilliant in our memo-
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He speaketh not and yet there
Lres a cormversatrcrt rn hrs eyes
A qa erly queen a d one whose heart
Sure avrll be pre-rced by Cuplds dart
Nlothxng xs mpOSSlble to a wxllmg heart
Let us be happy all wxll yet go well
"Slow and steady wins the race"
There s not a thmg goes on
Wrthout her takmg part
She s lxvely and lnterestmg really quxte gay
And a grand gxrl to be wxth rn every way
Anythmg thats worth dolng at all
ls worth doing well
fee, V -gy-f' 'ff
He was fresh and full of falth that
somethrng would turn up
She llstened very quretly whrle her sr ters
And a httle smlle played about her mouth
A quret person who rn her way
Goes about leavlng unforgettable rmpres
Her ways are pleasrng she plays her part
Zealous and true and good of heart
O for a life of sensation rather than of
"The secret of success is constancy to
Muslc hath charms tts sweet to know
What hrdden depths are found by the bow
The surest way to a womans heart
ls to arm kneelmg
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Yearmng for the large exclte-men that the
cornrng years wlll brxng
Her club work her wrr rrgs and baske ball
of heres oth o busv o do
He makes weet musnc wrth hrs horn
"Never hurried always smiling"
I laugh and work
A town that boasts lnhabltants lxke me
Can have no lack of good socxety
Born wrth the g1lt of laughter
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Pr 'e t. A ri . ing shes fa ' A t
Wrth a flash of hr eye and a 1olly smrle
He wxns your heart
Ratrng hxgh xn each department
Capable of hxgh achxevement
I hke a lrfe of darrng
Lookrng forward never carxng
No ones more surprlsed than I
To see th way I actl
She has humor pox e and w1t
And most of all lhat thrrg called
A merry twxnkle of the eye
A sunny smrle as she passes
Shes talkat .re she actrve
Uust ry to keep her stxlll
As merry as the day IS long
No one knows what he can do until he tries
When l can give my work away
The strong men keep coming
A man he seems ol cheerful yesterdays cmd
The present hour is in my power
And so I will enjoy it
DOMENICA ARONE. Honor Society 8 years'
Ardsleyan Typing Editor 42- Secretary Fresh-
man Class '40' Secretary Sophomore Class
41- Treasurer of Senior Class 42- Senior
Chorus 2 years' Commercial Club 2 years'
Bowling Club '41, Ballad for Americans '41,
Torch Staff '43, Social Club '40, '4l, '42,
Usher Graduation Exercises '42.
LUCYLLE BELL: Honor Society 9 years, Band
'40, '42, '43, Drum Majorette '41, '42, '43,
Senior Chorus '40, '41, French Club '40, '42,
'43, President French Club '42, French Radio
Play '41, Bridge Club '41, Bowling Club '41,
Girl Scouts 6 years, Senior Play '43.
NED BOICE' French Club 41 42- Social Club
40 41- lnter-class Basketball 40 41 42
43' Assembly Programs '40 42, Honor So-
ciety 5 years' Ice Carnival '40' Senior Play 43.
GEORGE BRINKERHOFF Junior Varsity Bas-
ketball '41, 42, Varsity Basketball '43, Assis-
tant Business Manager '42, Business Mana-
ger '43, Senior Subscription Campaign,
Senior Play '43.
EVELYN BROWN: President of Junior Class
'42, Orchestra 4 years, Band 3 years, Dra-
matics Club '40, Bowling Club '41, Bridge
Club '41, Girl Scouts 6 years, Honor Society
10 years, Secretary Third Degree '43, Assis-
tant Editor Ardsleyan '42, Senior Class Sec-
retary '43, Social Club 2 years, Usher Grad-
uation '42, Senior Play '43.
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RUTH CARROI.L. Honor Society 2 years Or LILY GUBLER Class Secretary 2 years Class
chestra 3 years Band 3 years National Com
petition 41 42 State Band Clinic 41 French
Club 41 Scarsdale Symphony 41 White
Plains Symphony 42 String Trio 42 43
State Soloist Cviolinl 42 Winner of Victory
Song Contest of New York State 43
MARGARET CONTANT Honor Society 10
years Second Degree 5 years Girl Scouts
7 years Junior Chorus 40 41 Freshman
Cake Sale Committee GAA 40 41 42
Bridge Club 40 Assistant Editor Ardsleyan
42 Ardsleyan Advertising Committee 42
ing Club 41 Hockey Intramurals 40 42
Valley Ball Honor Team 40 41 42 Bad
minton Intramurals 40 42
MARY DE FEO Senior Chorus 2 years Junior
Chorus 3 years Commercial Club 2 years
Honor Society 5 years Social Club 40 41
Typing Committee of 1942 Ardsleyan Ballad
for Americans 41
MARY DE NARDO Ticket Committee Gay Nine
ties Program Ardsleyan Advertising Com-
mitteeg Honor Society 6 years.
THERESA DE NARDO' Commercial Club 40
'41' Clean Up Committee Gay Nineties Pro-
gramg Badminton Mgr. G.A.A. 41- Advertis-
ing Committee Ardsleyan 42 Secretary
GAA. 42g Honor Society 4 years.
PETER FRISCHMANN. Honor Society 5 years-
J 'nio' Varsity Basketball '42 Assistant Editor
o Ardsleyan '42g Inter-class Basketball 2
years, Inter-,lass Football 1 year- Intramural
Baseball 2 years- Ballad for Americans 2
'rears Senior Play '43,
FRED GENTSCI-I' Hon . Society 42 '43- French
Cmb 41- Vice-president of BR. Club '41 42
-13: Boys' Glee Club 42 '43- Ardsleyan
Pnot g aphy Editor '42, Senior Subscription
Carnpaign Pa ty '42, Lions' Bowling Club '42-
.lunzor Varsity Baseball '41, '42g Gay Nine-
ties Program '4lg Movie Projector Machine
Operator '43g Ardsleyan Advertising Com-
mittee '42g Photography Club '4lg Senior
President 42 Vice president 43 Student
Council 42 43 Honor Society 10 years 3rd
Degree 3 years Treasurer of Third Degree
43 Treasurer Student Council 42 President
Student Council 43 Assistant Editor of Ards
leyan 42 President of GAA 42 Vice presi
dent GA A 43 Senior Chorus 4 years Girl
Scouts 2 years Hockey basketball volley
ball baseball intramurals 4 years bad
minton intramurals 2 years National Chorus
Competition 3 years Ballad for Americans
40 41 Sports Club 2 years GAA Board
3 years Bowling Club 41 Senior Play 43
ARTHUR HACKETT Class president 41 Glee
Club 42 43 Junior Varsity Baseball 41
Varsity Baseball 42 Intramural Soft Ball
41 42 43 Inter class Basketball 41 42
43 Ballad for Americans 41 Senior Play 43
GREGORY HAGOPIAN Honor Society 9 years
Social Club 40 41 Bridge Club 41 French
ANNABEI.LE HOGAN Twirling 40 41 42
Basketball 40 41 42 Senior Chorus 40
41 42- Hockey 40 41 42- Sectional State
and National Music Competition '40 41 42-
State Convention Syracuse '41- Honor So-
ciety 10 years- Ballad for Americans 1 year-
Bowling Club 41- Commercial Club 41- Girl
Scouts 5 years- Softball Team 41.
ADELAIDE JACOBSEN Committee on Cake
Sale '40 Honor Society 40- Dramatic Club
'41' Christmas Play '41' Gay Nineties 42 Girl
Scouts 2 years' Bowling Club '42- Commercial
Club '42 Barn Dance Committee 43- Senior
Play '43- Advanced First Aid '43.
ELINOR MacLEOD' Editor of Ardsleyan 42
Honor Society 9 years- Third Degree 3 years-
Honor Society Treasurer 42- President of
Senior Chorus 2 years- Senior Chorus 4
years- Orchestra 42 State Chorus Competi-
tion 2 years- State Piano Competition 2
years- State Orchestra Competition 1 year-
National Chorus Competition '4lp Ballad for
Americans '40, '4lg Omnibus Staff '42p Sports
Club 2 yearsg GAA. Board 2 yearsg Hockey
4 yearsg Basketball 4 yearsg Baseball 3 yearsg
Girl Scouts 2 years.
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ANTOINETTE MAN'I'ELI.O Junior Chorus 3
years Senior Chorus 39 40 41 Librarian
for Senior Chorus 39 40 41 Publicity Chair
man of Ardsleyan 42 Ballad lor Americans
2 years Commercial Club 2 years Social
Club 3 years Dramatics Club 41 Refresh
ment Committee Subscription Party 42
ARTHUR MCCARTNEY Band 39 40 41 42
43 Boys Chorus 41 42 43 French Club
40 41 Boy Scouts 38 39 40 41 42 43
Intramural Basketball 42 Inter class Basket
ball 43 Outdoor Club 42 43 Honor So
ciety 5 years Christmas Cantata 43 Senior
ANNE MCCORMACK. Honor Society 9 years
Second Degree 41 42 43 Hockey Team 40
41 Senior Chorus 40 41 State Competition
40 41 Band 41 Girl Scouts 7 years Bridge
Club 41 Bowling Club 42 French Club 41
42 43 Vice president of French Club 42
President of French Club 43 Class Treas
urer 42 Social Club 40 41 French Radio
Play 41 Senior Play 43
MARY MCCORMACK' Honor Society 6 years'
Orchestra '41 '42 '43 Chorus '40 41 424
Social Club '40 41' French Club '41 42 43'
French Radio Play '41' Bridge Club 41' Bowl-
ing Club '41 Chorus Competition 40 41 42-
Orchestra Competition '41 '42 Girl Scouts
8 years- Ballad for Americans '41' Hockey
40' Band Clinic '42' Sextet '42 Senior Play
THOMAS PASQUALE: Assistant Manager Bas-
ketball '41' Manager Basketball '42 '43 As-
sistant Manager Baseball '4l- Manager Base-
ball '42 Band 5 years- Orchestra 2 years'
Boys Chorus 2 years- Honor Society 9 years-
Circulation Manager Ardsleyan '42' Presi-
dent of Dramatics Club '43- Senior Play '43.
MARION PHILLIPS Honor Society 10 years-
Orchestra 6 years, Girl Scouts 8 years- Art
Editor Ardsleyan '42' Torch Staff '43 Bridge
Club '41' Bowling Club '41' Hockey '40 '41-
Basketball '40 '4lg French Club '42g Senior
GERALDINE RODGERS Girl Scouts 40 Social
Club 40 41 Basketball Intramurals 40 41
42 Inter class Basketball 40 41 42 43
Honor Society 40 41 42 43 Softball Team
41 Commercial Club 41 Hockey 41 Volley
ball Honor Team 42 Ardsleyan Advertising
EMERSON H VIRDEN Jr 3rd Degree 3 years
Class Treasurer 40 41 43 Class Vice presi
dent 42 Honor Society 10 years Honor So
ciety Vice president 43 Student Council
Treasurer 42 Business Manager olArds1eyan
42 Torch Editor 43 Outdoor Club 41 42
43 Outdoor Club President 43 Model Rail
road Club 41 42 43 Model Railroad Club
Treasurer 42 Model Railroad Club President
43 French Club 41 Boy Scouts 5 years
Minstrel 39 Ballad for Americans 41 Senior
EDNA WHEELER. Honor Society 10 years Third
Degree 1 year- Gay Nineties Play 42 Or-
chestra 5 years- Senior Chorus 4 years- String
Trio 42- State Chorus Competition 4 years-
State Orchestra Competition 3 years' N -
tional Chorus Competition 414 National Or-
chestra Competition 40 41.
MICHAEI. MOCCIA Treasurer of Freshman
Class 404 Inter-class Basketball 40 41- As-
sistant Manager Basketball 42.
MICHAEL NOVIELLO President of Senior B
Class '43 Band '40 '41 '42 43- Junior Varsity
Basketball '41' Varsity Basketball '42 43-
Varsity Baseball '42 '43 Boys Chorus 42
'43' Minstrel 41.
JOHN PALERMO Boys' Chorus 2 years' Presi-
dent of Boys' Chorus '43 Ballad for Ameri-
cans '40 '41- Junior Varsity Basketball 41-
Varsity Basketball '42, '43' Varsity Baseball
4 years' Senior B Play 42.
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HALL OF FAME
G EGORY HAGOPIAN
EV LYIN BROWII
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Ar I ABELLE HOGAN
ART MCCARTI EY
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Per O1'1CIllIY Plus
The Mod Screntrst
Second for Hedy Lcrmdrr
The Great Phrlosopher
The Book Worm
SMOKEY IJOED NOVIELLO The School G1r1 Cornplexlon
ERED GE TSCH
EDI A WHEELER
ERA? K SCALLERO
OBP I IE PALERI O
WILLIE ROSAT O
ERAA K YOZZO
AIN GELO COSTAINTINI
Mon of the World
Brood on the Beam
Busy Lrttle Bee
The One and Only
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TOP ROW Mary DAngelo Marron Ctmmo Paulrne Lutz Treasurer Rosrna Mantello
SECOND ROW Vrctorta DeNardo Beatrlce Schmtdt Madelme DeRosa Geraldrne Gorman Rhoda
Buser Presrdent Dorothea Fnschmann Secretary Dons Munck
THIRD ROW Rtchard Allen Lewts Waddell Donald Rooney Warren Brown Vtce Presrdent Don
ald Thomas Earl Johnson John Caporale
BOTTOM ROW LeRoy Artken John Wrtght W1ll1arn Groth RobertElou1n Martrn Engleman
September l942 brought forth a new group of twenty four Juntors who under
the able leadershtp of Mrs Parsons commenced a year ftlled w1th act1v1t1es
As our f1rst means of tncreasrng our fmances we presented a mov1e whlch
proved very successful Insprred by th1s we looked forward wholeheartedly
towards worktng on the Ardsleyan our mam protect to whrch alter Chrrstmas
vacatlon we devoted our full ttme
Under the ctrcurnstances we thought 1t both proper and patrtotlc that we
choose the V1ctory Program as the theme of our yearbook
We extend our stncere apprec1at1on and thanks to those who 1n any way
have contr1buted to the success of our book
And so almost unknowmgly another year m1ngled wlth both problems and
rewards has slrpped qurckly by, leavtng us to look forward to our last year tn
school, the Sentor Class ROSINA MAN-FELLO
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TOP ROW Mary Lou Neylan Secretary V1rg1n1a Secor Frances Errckson Presldent Patrlcxa
Rooney Laurel Struckman Nettre C1m1no Marron Wrlght
SECOND ROW Lourse Behlen Edrth Artken Dorothy Wheeler Mary Lou Wrlmoth Beatr1ce
Caporale Dons Park Rose Perrllo Marre De Luca
THIRD ROW Ruthven Vrrden Clcure Spercher Ralph Pearce Frank Clark Andrew Noe John
Jacobsen Jack Hackett Vrce presrdent Barbara BOICG
BOTTOM ROW Gustav Groth Joseph Frrschmann Charles Delfeo Tony Morettr George Spano
John Baverstock W1ll1am Bagge
We proud Sophomores trooped gally 1nto our new home room one brrght September
morn to beg1n a new years work
Our class was well represented 1n all the school orgamzatrons such as Band Orchestra
Grrls Chorus Boys Chorus Glrl Scouts Boys Basketball Honor Socrety and many others
We were the proud wtnners of the frrst marchrng contest Besrdes stlll hold1ng the class
award of Thunderbrrd each pupll recerved a comphmentary pass to the Embassy good for
one show whrch we all en1oyed We also won the hve dollar prlze offered by the Sen1ors for the
class whrch garned the hlghest percentage rn the magazrne subscrlptxon campalgn
The whole class actrvely partrcrpated rn the Vlctory Corps and all earned some rank or
emblem Andy Noe was awarded the hrghest rank that of a sergeant
The boys and glrls each formed an rnter class basketball team whrch accepted challenges
to play other classes after school Thrs proved fun for all
We are glad to welcome cr new classmate, Dorothy Smythe, and hope she w1ll enjoy her
Under the patrent gurdance of all our teachers we made thrs another happy and success
ful Yew MARY Lou NEYLAN
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TOP ROW Esther DeNardo Carol Meyer Betty l-latfleld Secretary Patr1c1cr Launer Jean Mc
Gregor Prestdent Anna Fatone Ed1th Holscher June Bnnkerhoff
SECOND ROW Jean Garthwarte Mary Ann C1m1no Bernxce Crowley Florence Contanr Lrla
MacLeod Treasurer Ruth Agnano V1rg1n1a Brown Anna Montarull
THIRD ROW Frank Conover Harold Carpenter Robert Edmunds Raymond Pearce Wllllfm
Blasberg R1chard Dunbar Joseph Cleary Wrlharn Borchers
BOTTOM ROW Franc1s Young Geoffrey Pollock Eugene Grandolfl Stanley Benedxct V1ce
In September Mrss Robbxe welcomed 29 of her former Freshmen eager to begm another
year as Sophomores
Durrng the year we sa1d goodbye to L1ll1an Hadad and Anna Montarulr and welcomed
Robert Edmunds to our rmdst
When the Vxctory Corps was started Sophomore R entered enthuslasucally mto the pro
gram The boys successfully completed courses rn Home Defense E1rstA1d Basrc Mrlrtary Tram
mg and Physrcal Frtness wh1le the g1rls completed Nutrmon Physrcal Pltness and worked for
the Red Cross Others became mterested 1n Home Nursmg and Spamsh As a profrtable patrrotrc
duty we all patromzed the War Stamp Booth m the hall
W1th June our Sophomore year w1l1 draw to a close but cherrshed memones wrll hnger
on memones of frrendshxps deepened as we have worked together w1th our classmates and
teachers not only mcreasmg personal knowledge but a1m1ng toward a common purpose to
speed our country on to vrctory and a lastmg peace
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TOP ROW Rlchard Heller Vlce pres1dent Mane Baverstock Olga Raab Katherlne Derhoff
Stella S1gnoretta Alhson Retd Grace Mannuccla Domenxca DeNaIdo Ellen I'l1bbert
SECOND ROW Joseph Calace Mottola Presldent Barbara Horend Secretary Margaret W11
hamson Edlth G1mbel Kathenne Zangan Joanne McHenry Dons Pearce Agnes Arone
Joan Rooney Robert Cammack
BOTTOM ROW Francts McCormack John Delmer1co John Papov1tch George De Gu1sto Alfred
Palermo Lou1s E1senhauer Robert Arone Rlchard Fuchs Robert Immedlato
In September th1rty nme Freshmen entered the1r home room feehng very
enthus1ast1c about the new work We were very sorry that later on 1n the month
Mr Mann became 111 In January we welcomed a new pup1l Peggy W1ll1amson
Four of our classmates Joan D1llon Ellen H1bbert Lorrame W1lbur and Nor
man Hadad moved from Ardsley durmg the year
Dur1ng the year we were able to earn money for our treasury By help-
1ng the Semors sell magazmes our class won f1VG dollars SIX P T A prtzes were
added to our treasury When the I-hgh School Student Counc1l purchased a
talkxe mov1e pro1ector we gave ten per cent of our treasury toward It
Altogether lh1S hrst year 1n h1gh school has been very pleasant 1nterest1ng
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Ken Browns first call tor candidates to repre
sent Ardsley on the Varsity team After a few
weeks of hard work and practice the following
boys were chosen for the Varsity Carmine
Pascone Torn De Muro George Brrnkerhotf
John Palermo George Spano George Furilla
Mike Noviello Dom Lancellotti and Bob Blouin
Of these six were veterans from last years
Since the Greenburgh League was dis-
banded for the duration Coach Brown had to
book games with nearby schools and with
some Class A schools such as Ossining Bronx-
schedule than the regular Greenburgh League
The boys with one year s Varsity experience
behind them made a fine showing Excellent
teamwork and a spirit of cooperation were dis
played at all the games
Next year all the boys on the team except
two hope to be in one of Uncle Sam s Services.
In whatever branch it is they will show the
same tough fighting spirit. The best wishes of
the faculty and student body go with these boys.
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In September the Sports Club welcomed
Mar1e DeLuca Lxlllan Hadad Esther DeNardo
and Ltla MacLeod as new members Sports
manshlp mterest and part1c1pat1on tn athletlcs
are the keynotes of the club and the basts on
whtch these g1rls were admttted Dunng the
year Mtss Vaca has permttted several of the
older members to form a Leaders Corp and
asstst tn her classes Other acttv1t1es have 1n
cluded two htlanous bowhng tr1ps and basket
ball double header at Madtson Square Garden
Addrtxonal events are planned wrth the advent
of warm weather
G A A REPORT
In the fall the Gtrls Athlettc Assoctatlon held
xts annual electton Paulme Lutz was elected
Pres1dent Ltly Gubler Vtce prestdent Tessle
DeNardo Secretary Treasurer The class repre
sentattves were Lorralne Wtlbur Esther De
Nardo Mart DeLuca and Eltnor MacLeod
Thts board has been exceedtngly etttctent tn
setthng problems concerntng pornts and awards
for the vanous sports
The Hockey Season started on September 17
Wlth nxneteen parttctpants the g1rls began to
pract ce techmques ard r a seven man
hockey games We enjoy d a game wlth the
Elmstord glrls October 27 The Ardsley g1rls
captatned by L1ly Gubler were the vtctors wlth
three goals to Elmstords two On November
20 we played oppos1te a tar superlor team
The Masters School and were defeated
Although the Volley Ball Badmmton tntra
mural season was rather short we had a good
turn out of students The Jeeps were v1ctor1ous
Enthustasttc puptls partxctpated rn the ever
team was the Waves On March l5 our g1rls
played a game aga1nst The Maste s School
Bestdes tntramural basketball the Sentors chal
lenged all other high school classes and st1ll
rerna ned undefeated
Outslae of general atnle c ev ery at l tn the
whole htgh school has recetved tra1n1ng tn rope
clrmbtng htgh Jumpmg conatttontng exerctses
and marchtng under the reautrer tents of the
Phystcal Fttness Class of the Vtctory Program
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played for several years and have taken private lessons.
At the Kingston Music Festival they received a two rating and good comments. Dr. Russell
Carter State Supervisor of Music was particularly pleased to see such a good string section
The orchestra played at assembly at P. T. A. and took a prominent place in the United
Nations Program this spring.
The personnel includes:
Ruth Carroll, concertmaster
Mary Lou Neylan
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This year the grade school and high school bands have been combined for most of their re
hearsals and appearances This makes an organization of forty tive players and twirlers
home games of the basketball teams The band learned many of the patriotic numbers of the day
A group of ten formed a Victory Band They play some of the popular numbers and the
songs for assembly singing
William Le Furgy
Charles De Gulsto
Mary Lou Neylan
Joan De Guisto
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The Girls Chorus has been an outstanding
musical group at Ardsley High School for
several years At the festival in Kingston last
spring they received a One Rating in Class
V singing quite difficult music
This year they have sung twice at P T A
and ioined with the Boys Chorus in the Christ
mas Cantata Childe Jesus and in the United
Ned Boice: 'Er--er something seems to be
wrong with the engine-
Doris Munck: 'Dont be silly- wait until we get
off the main road.
Jean G.: Art thinks he s the whole ocean'
Katie Derhoff: "How's that?
Jean G.: 'Because he has waves in his hair.
George Brink: "ls the pleasure of the next
dance to be mine?"
Marion P.: 'lYes, all of it."
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into which food is divided."
Gerrie Rodgers: "Breakfast, dinner and supper."
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voicel: "Do you think I can ever do anything
with my voice?"
Mr. Taylor: "Well, it might come in handy in
case of fire."
Last year the first high school Boys Chorus
appeared with great success at the Spring
Concert This year they entertained at several
assemblies and on several programs Several
members sang solo parts in Childe Jesus
the Christmas cantata which was presented
On March 19 the American Legion spon
sored a program centered around the boys
operetta Double Crossed The chorus en
1oyed working on the operetta very much and
the audience was highly entertained
Com-pa-nee attenshun bawled Pop to the
awkward squad. Com-pa-nee lift up your
left leg and hold it straight in front of you.
By mistake R, Allen held up his right leg which
brought it out side by side with his neigh-
bors left leg.
And who is the galoot over there holding up
both legs? shouted Pop.
Miss Buell: "As punishment for your misbe-
havior the entire class must remain after
school for two hours."
B. Blouin: "Give me liberty or give me death."
Miss Buell: "Who said that?"
B. Blouin: "Patrick Henry."
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bath, I suppose."
Willie Rosano: "Never miss it. Sometimes I take
it hot, sometimes I take it cold, and when
l'm in a hurry, I take it for granted."
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To Mlss Robble who has so falthfully
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presented to Mrs Wrlham Brown Jr and Mrs
Jacob Gubler rn recogn1t1on of therr flve years
of loyal servtce
Last fall the Honor Soc1ety celebrated 1ts
twentteth anntversary as an organ1zat1on 1n
Ardsley H1gh School Dur1ng 1ts wears of suc
cessful operatton 1t has become one of the
largest soc1et1es of tts krnd xn Westchester
County sponsored a school newspaper The Torch
whxch features the mterests and act1v1t1es of
the htgh school body The Thtrd Degree has
also asslsted 1n the preparat1on of the new
Servtce Supplement of the School News
whtch has become so popular
Its executwe backer the Th1rd Degree
orgamzes and Carnes out plans for vanous
1n1t1at1ons and other act1v1t1es w1th the as
slstance of the Fxrst and Second Degrees
At the Frrst Degree ln1t1at1on Judge Walter
G Seely was presented wlth a beautlful gavel
mscrtbed Wlth h1s record of twenty years ser
v1ce to the Honor SOCl9fY Gold torches were
gulded us through another year of achreve
ment we express our smcere apprec1at1on
After electmg Ltly Gubler Presldent
Stanley Benedrct Vxce Pres1dent Rhoda Buser
Secretary and Jean McGregor Treasurer the
Student Counc1l frrst turned 1ts attentxon to
need for areater purchase of War Stamps
Hzgh School students A booth was set u
and stamps were sold every Wednesday by
members of the organlzatron
Not content wrth the weekly sales we
entered a contest sponsored by the Columbla
Scholastlc Press the school havmg the
greatest mcrease ln sales per cap1ta over the
prevlous f1Ve weeks average would have the
honor of nammg a bomber Dur1ng that week
we sold S543 85 worth of stamps and bonds
our sales per person rose sharply thus re
wardrng our efforts
We ftlled an anctent need by purchasmg a
talkmg movre pro1ector Long deslred the ma
ch1ne was greeted heartlly by everyone
Wh1le accompltshxng these deeds and plan
nlng future ones we have tned to be a true
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For over a year now Pack 3 has had a
membership of 32 boys between the ages of
Ardsley Troop No 3 with thirty registered
Scouts has made its greatest contribution to
the Victory Program by means of Salvage
Collection In the period from March to De
cember 31 1942 999 985 pounds of salvage
were collected an amount equal to 400
pounds per family in Ardsley
To make ourselves physically lit has been
our goal Hikes and overnight camping trips
have contributed to this On Washingtons
Birthday we hiked to the Hammond House
We have our own camp on Daisy Avenue and
for this we express our thanks to the Lions
Club The American Legion Ardsley Hose
Company and all who have given so much
Other activities of the year included the
Scout Circus Father and Son dinner during
Scout Week and Parents Day Picnic
9 and ll The past summer is the first time
that weekly Cub meetings were held during
a vacation period The summer meetings were
only attended by about 8 boys but in spite of
the small group many enioyable evenings
were spent at the new Scout cabin The sum
mer season was closed with an overnight
camping trip to the cabin
With the start of school and re registration
a renewed interest increased the attendance
Vito Pasquale Donald Struckman Martin
Erickson and Julius Eglolf chosen as leaders
When Mr Kluge entered the Coast Guard
we were happy to welcome Billy Borchers
and Frank Clark as asststant leaders The
Scout troop supplied George DeGuisto John
DeRocha and Harold Carpenter to act as Den
Chiefs in helping Mr Dulce run the weekly
A Parents Night held in the Fall was at
tended by almost lOO guests who watched us
put on a r gular meeting We helped celebrate
Scout week in February by wearing our un1
forms and taking part in the Father and Son
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ten to thtrteen years of age could do so much
to help the war effort? Thls year we have cut
up materlals for fracture prllows presented a
salvage slat ln grade assembly paxd for flllmg
two lat bags for our SSTVICS men made USO
scrapbooks collected sllk stockmgs for powder
bags and books for camp lxbranes And along
wrth all thls we have had txme to advance our
solves m Scoutxng
Troop ll has concentrated even more than
Troop l on the war effort for they are older
glrls th1rteen to seventeen years of age
They have made fracture plllows for the Red
Cross studted flrst amd under a regulatlon tn
structor made baby garments for the Needle
work Gurd and ass1sted 1n the collectron of
srlk stoclctngs and books
Both troops contnbuted generously to the
G1rl Scout Vlctory Fund Younger Scouts have
been lead ng openmg exerctses so that 1n case
of emergency they w1ll be able to conduct
meettngs wlth adult SUPGFVISIOH rn the absence
of regular leaders Two members of Troop ll
are ass1st1ng Troop I so that upon becommg
of age they w1ll be quallhed to lead troops
Leaders Mtss Helen Berthelson Mtss Helen Praetonus
Assrstants M1ss Dorothea Edwards Mrs Herman Gawer Mxss Alxce Woodruff
Guest workers Mrs W C Emenck Jr Mrs J Malcolm Mlller
Leaders ln tratnxng Scouts Vlrgmla Lynn and Mary Lou Neylan
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The 1943 ARDSLEYAN wishes to thank
Mr Silliman for giving u o much of ht valuable time
Mrs Parsons for her understanding and a istartce
with all our efforts
Miss Robbie for her aid with our edtto tal a ernps
Miss Davis for her never fail ng help with the illus
Mr Duke for his invaluable aid particularly photo
Mr Taylor for his assistance with the photographs
Mr Wallace for his advice and general inte est
The fifth sixth seventh and eighth grades for selltna
Grace Cartwright Barbara Slaybaugh and William
Wilson for their outstanding work in selling
Warren Baulteu and Edith Holscher for their art work
Beatrice Caporale Florence Contant Jean McGregor
and the other class representatives for their help
in many way
The advertisers for their cheerful responses.
MODEL RAILROAD CLUB
In September the Model Railroad Club opened the
new season with a new interest and ambition for
making the coming year a success Emerson Virden
was elected President: Fred Gentsch Vtce-President,
Warren Brown, Secretaryk and Dick Dunbar, Treasurer.
Robert Cammack Louis Eisenhauer and Richard Fuchs
were the three new members who joined our group.
In order to get material for our railroad we started
the collection of dues. This club is serving to provide
a worthwhile hobby All those who wish to join are
WARREN BROWN, Secretary.
OUT DOOR CLUB
In September we had a breakfast meeting at Mr.
Sillimans grove at which time we chose our new
members and elected officers as follows: Emerson
Virden President' Donald Thomas Vice-President'
Richard Dunbar Secretary, Earl Johnson Treasurer.
As we have been handicapped this year by lack
of transportation, we have been able to take only a
few trips. We hope to become more active in the
VVHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF
Bob Blouin didnt have a crew hair cut?
Mi 5 Robbie didnt smile?
Bea Caporale had straight hair?
A dsley won a basketball game?
Willie King dtdnt have that super duper wave?
Edith Holscher forgot her war paint?
Everybody pa sed a monthly test in History?
Annabelle Hogan arrived tn classes before l minute
Andy Noe opped talking?
Anra Fatone dtdrtt blush at least once a day?
Ken Brown dtdnt get excited during a basketball
Ma.te Baverstock dtdnt comb her hair?
ornokey Joe didrt date Louise?
Greg and Otto dtdnt giggle?
Floogie didnt make eyes at the girls?
Alfred P grew up?
Edna Wheeler wasnt such a good sport?
Billy Borchers dtdnt make eyes at all the new girls?
Ned Botces fltvver broke down?
Miss Buell was calm on the last day of school?
A phy'tcs experiment ever turned out right?
Edmunds: "Central give me 2222-Main."
Central: "Too, too too too?'
Edmunds: "Yes, but I'll play train with you Iater."
Virginia Brown: "If you try to kiss me I'll call or
Andy: "Never mind I don't need any heIp.'
Miss Buell: "Give me a sentence with bewitch.'
T. DeMuro: "A boy hollered, 'Be wit cha in a minute .'
Ev, "I.et's go for a walk tonight.'
Greg: "Walk? What for-when I have my car outside?"
E : "It's doctor's orders. He told me to exercise with
Helena F.: 'l've never been kissed in my life.'
B. Borchers: 'Well don't hang around me- I'm not
running a Prep Schoolf
Cammack: "Last night I dreamt a beautiful girl fell
in love with me."
M L. Neylan: "You were dreaming, all right."
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TOP ROW: Gerald Maloney Carmine Mobilia John Cimino John Hogan President- William Keehan Emest John-
son Joseph Petruzzi Treasurer- Robert Fuchs Basil Spano Robert Carpenter John Crisi.
SECOND ROW: Carl Montciruli, Horace Bernstein Edwin Stone Robert White Robert Hadad William Hauptman
Lester MacLeod, William Leiurgy, William Brennan, John DeRocha, Louis Pascone, Biagio DeAstis.
THIRD ROW: Theodore Schmidt, William Marquis, Joyce Petrorie, Patricia Williamson, Marie Raab, Mayo French,
Richard Nolan, Edgar Bunch.
BOTTOM ROW: Joan DeGuisto, Constance Caltabellotta, Barbara Cleary, Frances Nannariello, Elinor Speicher,
Vice-President: Bernice Boice, Ruth Damm, Dorothy Venners, Rhoda Damm,
ABSENT: Carolyn Stohr, Peter Emerick, Albert Garthwcrite, George McCormack, Richard Walker.
The Eighth Grade, composed of forty-tour pupils, has spent a busy, successful year. Under
the Capable guidance of Mr, Thomas, the C1555 entered iI1iO the VGI'lOUS activities, OOI1!1eCied with
the Victory Program. We promptly brought in 1,492 keys. Edgar Bunch acted as chairman. John
DeRocha reported 5708.90 from the sale of Stamps and Bonds, which we purchased regularly.
Books, silk stockings and salvage were gladly collected. Thirty-three boys and girls plan to plant
and cultivate Victory Gardens this spring.
The class believes that outstanding scholarship is also a phase of the Victory Program. Twenty-
nine pupils received ninety or above in Spelling Regents. Thus we have worked in school and
community and eagerly looked forward to larger endeavors in high school next year.
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Caleb Ward bouts Addorrsro Henry Groth Robert VanDusen
SECOND ROW Alfred Costantmr Crane Hackett Ralph Crafone Mary Mantello Clalre Hay Joan Carson Herbert
Karl Roy Nannarrello Wrllard Benedtct
THIRD ROW Glorra Delmerrco Jenme Renda Rosma Lancellottr Frances Mannuccla Edelgard Jantzen Jean
Var1Brunt Jean Delvturo Jean Del..uca Alberta Holscher Florence Deheo Sandra Manchester
FOURTH ROW Joan Emerrck Ellen McCormack Vrrgmla Macdonnald Ann Borchers Drane Horend Marranne
Meter Evelyn Kamke Patrlcra Lawlor
ABSENT Joseph Murray Alexander Rexd Vrto Ferranto Kenneth Hauptman
Frve g1rls from the seventh grade have prov1ded the grade school assemblles wxth a Color
Guard for three months Vrrgmra Macdonnald carned the Amerrcan Flag and Jenme Renda
acted as guard The School Flag was carrred by Edelgard Jantzen and guarded by Marlanne
Meter Evelyn Kamke acted as Color Sergeant
The boys and grrls of our class have worked for vlctory by buyrng War Bonds and Stamps
We are happy to announce that we are the hrst class to reach the one thousand dollar mark 1n
th1s bond dnve rn the school We are buymg bonds today so as to hve mn a free tomorrow
We have sold erghteen boxes of seeds rn the seed contest Wlth these seeds, gardens wrll be
planted, and vegetables w1ll be raxsed for vtctory
Our class drew War Slogan Posters tn drawmg class Almost every one took part ln drawmg
these posters They were hung on the bullet1n board rn the lower hall
We have been workmg on the flags, customs, rel1g1ons, foods, dress, and hlstory of some of
the Umted Nattons We learned the songs "Waltz1ng Mat1lda" and "The Unxted Nat1ons" whxch
we later sang 1n assembly EVELYN KEMKE
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SECOND ROW Donald Brennen Vxto Pasquale Pres1dent lst Term Wrlllam Cook Donald Struckman Secre
tary Znd Term Frank Elsenhauer Wallace Hennessy Treasurer 2nd Term
THIRD ROW George Bagge V1ce Presldent lst Term Charles Buckes Grace Cartwright Anna S1gnoretta Secre
tary lst Term Patrxcla Hotalmg James Wrlght Treasurer lst Term
BOTTOM ROW Joanne Groth BSSSIC Panmck Preslaent 2nd Term Grace Behlen Jacquelme Rooney Mane
Ragone Jane Schart Vxce Presxdent 2nd Term
The general program for the year was drscussed upon organ1z1ng 1D September Two arms
were agreed upon Frrst, to keep our scholarshlp up to the h1ghest standard poss1ble and second,
to enter wholeheartedly 1nto all GCl1V1l1eS of the War Program ln wh1ch we could part1c1pate
We herew1th 11st the war act1v1t1es rn whrch we had a part
War Savmg Club l0070 membersh1p and also a small number of cornmunlty subscrlbers We
have passed the S1000 mark tn our mvestments rn stamps and bonds Our goal for the year IS
Key Collechon-each member brought rn over 25 keys and several collected over 100 each
Total number collected was ll68
V1ctory Seed Campa1gn-every member has sold seeds, nearly everyone plans a small vege
table garden of h1s or her own
Wlth the help of MISS Conklrn and Mrs Fhnt, we presented a servtce flag to the school 1n
honor of the l36 men 1n servrce who have attended Ardsley Hrgh School
Much of our art work has centered around war GCllV1ll9S Sew1ng lC1lS and plcture folders
have been made for frrends 1n servlce at Chustmas Many War posters have been made
We have axded salvage collectxon and also secured pald subscrrptxons for over 50 copres
monthly of the Servxce Mens Supplement to the Ardsley l-hgh School News
We have formed an Ardsley Elementary School Correspondence Club CA E S C Cl for the
purpose of wntlng letters to our servrce men Twenty hve letters are wrxtten each week
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TOP ROW Sxlpper Whtte Eugen Gehrer Marttn E tck on Treasurer Davtd Brendel
SECOND ROW Charles DeGutsto Henry Cocke'ur V tor Arone Secretary M1ChGElWllmOlh Prestdent Ronald
Poul en Rtchara Wad
THIRD ROW Nancy S '1.11tz Margaret Young Vtce Pre tdert Joan Byrne Barbara Slaybaugh Dorothy Deran
BOTTOM ROW Ma e Nfl ettt Vt gtma Grandolh Leorore Kenny Joan Myers I.1ll1an Papovttch
Saved 140 pads J Byrne
Saved 156 penctls M Young
Had IUO mernber htp 1 Jr Red Cross E Gehrer
Made 14 stuffed anttmals lor h ldren tn bombed area G Pruett
Fllled a Chrtstmas grft box for Jr Red C os M Wtlmoth
Made scrapboolcs for ho pttal H Cockelu
Bought S556 60 wo th of stamp and bonas fron September to Ma ch B Slaybaugh
Dtstrtbuted What Can 1 Do books to oar netghbors L Kenny
Collecred 1043 old keys L Papovt ch
ntr ou d 17 ar les of c :l obb r o J M ers
Collected empty a for Grass ands Hospt al S W
Plarme 22 Vrctory gardens ll S hultz
Trtedt xeep hea y A Ru tgtan
Trtedt t e are fsrto M MCG ego
Trted to ea fresh 'ocas M Mo ettt
Trred o ge plerf y of exerc se te h a a a seep M Ertckson and R Ward
Learned about our good netghbors o' So,rth Axnertca V Grandottr
Our Gtrl Scout members helped to collect books for servlce men and stockrnas for powder bags
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Boys gave many reports on dtfferent lrtrtas o' atrplanes R Poulsen
Helped Salvat1on Army collect scrap matertal ta1thfully each month D Brendel
Jr Commando Club collected scrap matenal on playground V Arone
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TOP ROW Richard Brennen Edwin Gawer Peter Piller Donald Paterson Henry Woessner Rudolph Rosler
Julius Egloff Gerald Bostock Vice President
SECOND ROW Joseph McCormack Treasurer Leonard Gaarder Thomas Marzella Vito DeNardo Charles Dupras
Warren Maloney Frank Fraietta Gerald Perillo.
THIRD ROW: Mary McGregor Rose Spano Kathleen Strachan Betty Ann Stone Secretary Patricia Cleary
Suzanne Recca Norma Gosck Beverly Christiano Geraldine Pruett Claire Buckes.
BOTTOM ROW: Gloria Petruzzi Marilyn Schneider Frances Pannick Joan Lutz, Norma Perillo Alvera Mannuccia
Dorothy Hotaling Nina Jo Miller President- Josephine Caltabellotta.
There are many things fifth graders can do to help win the war. Everyone in our grade is doing something.
Our War Savings Club leads grade 5 in all the war work we are doing. Its main purpose is buying War
Stamps and Bonds. We hold weekly meetings when any pupils who have bought Stamps or Bonds report them.
The officers are: Gerald Bostock, Presidentg Betty Ann Stone, Vice-Presidentg Nina Jo Miller, Secretaryg Gerald
Perillo, Treasurer. Twelve of our Club members own 32 bonds purchased since September 1, and our grade
has invested a total of S56985 this year to date.
The Junior Red Cross Group has worked all year on War Service. Last fall we made cloth toys for bomb-
shocked children in the war zones, Some of us have been doing individual knitting. These knitters have made
squares for afghans, 7 scarfs, 14 beanies, and one sweater.
In November we filled a Christmas box to go to some War Zone. Now we are working on snipping the
filling for fracture pillows for the wounded soldiers who come back from the battle fields. Our officers are looking
for more War Service that Juniors can do.
The Boy Scouts cmd Girl Scouts have been doing some good work in collecting scrap materials. The Girl
Scouts are collecting silk stockings for powder bags and books for the U.S.O. libraries for our armed forces. Our
Salvage Scout is Julius Egloffg we have collected keys, used pen points, small metal and paper. A Thrift Club
for saving pads, pencils and supplies has been working all year. Marilyn Schneider cmd Patricia Cleary have
served as Thrift Stewards, We believe saving and salvaging are ways of helping win this war.
Health is most important in war times. We are carrying on many health projects this year. The whole grade
is now working on a food unit for war times. Almost 1002, of the pupils in our grade took part in the January
dental clinic. In our Victory program we also studied physical exercises which we are now practicing.
In these different ways we are doing our bit to help win the war.
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SECOND ROW James Julllerat James Lawlor Jay Ramey Harold Kamke Gregory Scallero Wxllxam Woessner
J K t Lots Carson Vlrgzma Brennan Jacqueline Blasberg Presldent Julia Montarul ac
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quelme Reno Barbara Wuestner V1ce Pres1dent Barbara Edelman
BOTTOM ROW Audrey Holtzhau en Ellen McPhee Josephme Palermo Margaret Avery Ann Mane Sullrvan Joan
Garmer Josephme Delqocha Joan Stohr Geraldlne Cartwrlght
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campargn and wxllmgly brought m Cross Word puzzles for the sold1ers We also hlled a soldxers
k1t bag a Red Cross box sold more V1ctory seeds than any other grade and cut our pad and
penc1l supply m half AtChr1stmas we were each QIVEH a defense stamp mstead of candy Thls
we all apprecxated very much We shall contmue to work save and do our share ln the V1ctory
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Bell Prestbury Hackett Vxce Presrdent Jack Olt Ronald Barrett
SECOND ROW Barbara Byrne Janxce Holtzhausen Salvatore Crmmo Barty DeRocha Donald Pasqulm Donald
Raab Robert Cook Kathleen Gauthter Claudta Spercher
THIRD ROW Paulme Calace Mottola Annette Gxmbel Marlorre Acker Altce Ward Barbara Brennen Dorothy
Young Eleanor Slaybaugh Dorothy Ellmg Mary Fraretta
FOURTH ROW Bernadette Krnney Dolores Garmer Conchetta Stagltano Patrxcra Cheslack Janet Calace Mottola
Carol Lawlor Barbara Dupras Patrrcra Frrschmann
ABSENT FYGHCIS Sweeny Lots Nannanello Presrdent
In September our class numbered forty S1nce then Marte Ponce and Patncra Wllbur have
Durmg the year we have helped wrth the Red Cross drrve the Hosprtal grits and the In
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class we read Prnocchro and greatly enroyed the puppet show "P1nocchro " We had a great
deal of fun makrng valenttnes and getung our marl on Valentrne's Day
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SECOMD ROW R1 'ta d Dsrpras Jack Koster Robert Bullts Kenneth Cauvet Domtmck Pasquale Robert Wxlson
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Grade Two IS out for V1ctory
And lf our share seems small
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And grvmg rt our all
We are buyrng stamps wlth penrnes saved
We are careful of shoes and clothes
We eat what mother tells us
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Learmng our dolly lessons
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TOP ROW Joseph Stewart Leach Francts Yozzo David Woodbury Wxlltam Bell Thomas Ward
SECOND ROW Gertrude Rosler Enxd Gensler Lourse Oulst Hetdl Meter Helen E158 h
BOTTOM ROW Evan E Whrte Ruby Morettl Kathleen Ann Wtlmoth Alberta Denarx Dorothy Jean McPhee
Margaret Sulltvan Rlchard Frtschmann
ABSENT Robert Wood Peter Connolly Matthew Strachan Maureen Gauthter
On a certatn mornmg m September a happy group of boys and grrls arr1ved to start another
year of school Durmg the year we have learned many new thtngs about the world rn whxch we
11ve and at the same ttme have emoyed many happy hours
Early tn the year we were pleasantly surprtsed by Mr Lawrences gtft of a prano to the
school The ptano has added much to the year s enyoyment At Halloween everyone enloyed
e party g1ven by our class mothers Later we had the fun of preparmg and cookm th l
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We have tned to do ou
have been buymg War Stamps We are plannmg to butld a play Post Oltrce rn our own room,
through whrch we shall buy our stamps We contrrbuted to the Red Cross Fund and frlled Chnst
mas boxes In th1s way we have trled to help those less fortunate than ourselves, and have
earned to work together so that we shall become good ctttzens 1n our school an
r part rn the war effort Lxke our btgger brothers and ststers we
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SECOND ROW Joseph DeNardo Alice Cartwright Ruth Seeler Florence Jacksen Marion Eisenhauer Walter
BOTTOM ROW Michael Cowley Nancy Dunbar, Mildred Eisenhauer Nadine Harpiginies Barbara Canning F.
Laura Pearce, Duncan Wilson.
ABSENT: Monique Harpiginies:
NEWS FROM ARDSLEY AIR BASE. SQUADRON 11"
Grade lF has become quite air-minded. We built an airport in our sand-table. We enjoy
using the pulley arrangement which enables the planes to "take off" and land again. We camou-
flaged the roofs of the hangars and signal tower. We also made and flew paper gliders. Then we
built an airplane out of orange crates. lt is large enough for a child to sit in. We installed a toy
cockpit instrument panel. Materials, such as lumber, paint, wheels, etc., were contributed by
various people. We wish to thank them for their help. VVe bought two airplane books with some
of our P. T. A. prize money, We read other airplane stories, too. Under Mrs. Puzon's direction, we
composed a song about our airplane.
We like to make our airplane fly,
As we go riding through the sky.
The motor's going fast and loud,
As we go flying through the clouds.
Some of us buy War Stamps each week. We made War Stamp and Bond Posters.
We contributed to funds such as the Junior Red Cross, March of Dimes, etc. We also brought
in some old keys.
We are trying to help win the war by being good little citizens, by being obedient and effi-
cient, by not wasting paper or destroying equipment and by forming good health habits.
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Selleck Darwin Brown Thomas Taaffe Ill John Young Robert Brennen.
SECOND ROW: Annette Scott Karen Bell Dorene Suthergreen Caryl Huesgen, Peggy Fitzgerald, Judith Baker
Joyce Bloomfield Thomas Elling Robert Hay, Kenneth Acker Aubrey Miles, Jr. Franklin Cimino.
BOTTOM ROW: Constance Ryde, Ansie Barber Barbara Iles Lynn Olt Betty DeNardo Carol Bostock Loretta
Arone Lorraine Pasquette Barbara Nardecchia, Ann Dahlgard Kate Schoenstein, Frances Brown.
Almost every day in the Beginners' class someone mentions something about the War. From everyday dis-
cussions of this type we have tried to discover how children can help their country to win in its struggle for
Every child agreed that helping Mother was important. Next, obeying rules at home and in school would
make for safety, and precious time would not be wasted.
We found that 8570 of the class had War Stamp Books and were anxiously trying to fill them. Many were
saving paper, tin cans, keys, etc, while still others had actually gone out collecting scrap from house to house
and had even searched the fields and woods. ln school we try not to waste drawing paper, paper towels and soap.
At Christmas time when various children were asked what they wanted from Santa Claus many asked for
clothes, One little boy said, "Oh, I don't want much because they need the metal for the war." Some great
sacrifices have been given up-many old trucks, a fire engine, a doll carriage, some tin toys and a bicycle.
Almost every day someone threatens to leave our ranks and join the Marines, the Navy or the Air Corps.
One small boy was seen one day showing a picture of an American plane to the others. On being questioned
how he knew it was an American plane, he quickly replied, l'See the star" One day someone mentioned some-
thing he would do when the War was over. Another child quickly added, l'Then the Marines will come home, too."
Along with all this we have tried to learn a little about our country and what it is fighting for. We can sing
"America" and say the Pledge of Allegiance We have had stories about Washington and Lincoln, and we have
read a small book called "Our America" which has in it stories of our country and its famous men. We, too,
through all our activities, are learning to be good Americans.
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Jancy's Eeaxt, Salon
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Ralph F Lawrence
Mr and Mrs H J Parbett
Arosley Beauty Salon
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