Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1945 volume:
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Another year has slipped by, and another group of people is
about to' graduate and step into a larger world. We hope this
book will in future years recall some of the happy hours spent
around Ardsley. As our theme we have chosen "Modem Youth
Around Townf, and have attempted to bring you a picture of the
interests and pastimes of the average student.
Although our school and community are small, you will see
that the young people fill the hours of the day and evening with
wholesome, enjoyable diversions.
To Mr. Silliman, Mrs. Parsons, Miss Robbie, Mr. Duke, Miss
Davis and many others, goes a vote of sincere thanks for their
cooperation in making this ARDSLEYAN possible
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Front Row Mrs Constance E Parsons General Adviser ger Dorothy Muller Art Editor Dons Pearce Circula
Editor in Chief Edith Glmbel Assistant Editor Richard Keehan Photography Editor Miss Eleanor Davis Art
Heller Business Manager Miss Helen G Robbie Literary Adviser Robert Arone Advertising Manager Mr William
Adviser Second Row joann McHenry Publicity Mana Duke III Technical Adviser
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Barbara Horend, Assistant Editorg Josephine O'Leary, tion Manager, Domenica DeNardo, Typing Editor, George
Inspxrer and organlzer
of the Ardsleyan,
Gulde and fnend of students
especxally those traming for
the bus1ness worldg
Tireless, loyal, wise, and constant,
MRS. CONSTANCE E. PARSONS
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To you who gave your llves for your country
we pay tnbute We pledge ourselves anew to
carry on m Ardsley High School the same spmt
that you exemplified m makmg your supreme
T EDWARD J LYNN JR
Class of 42
May 29 1944
LT KENNETH DUMONT WOOD
Class of 42
January 23 1945
LT ROBERT L KAKERBE
Class of 40
June 4 1944
SXSGT. ANGELO L. DELMERICO
Class of 37
May 16 1944
LT. FREDERICK C. BAKER
Class of 38
August 25 1944
LT. JAMES B. MACKENZIE, USNR AB SEAMAN DAVID LONGMUIR
Class of '39 Class of '37
November 10, 1944 4 February 24, 1944
AN APPRECIATION OF
WILLIAM C LAWRENCE
For longer than most of us can remember h1s
derby hat and cane hrs daxly Journey to the
school and around the village has youthful m
terest m everyone s welfare hms eagerness to per
form a favor has loyalty to his frlends hls vxllage
hrs school and his polxtxcal party has added to
the savor of Ardsley l1fe Now he s gone We can t
belleve lt Wllham C Lawrence was an mstxtu
tion For nearly exghty five years he had been
honored by hls fellow cxtlzens agam and agam
He had been President of the Vxllage of Ardsley
Presldent of Ardsley Hose Company Treasurer
of the School Board Attendance Officer and for
the past th1rty years, Clerk of the Board of Edu
It must have been h1s daxly contact with the
chlldren and h1s unseliish mterest m the welfare
of others that kept h1m so young m Splflt and
gamed hlm such a wlde clrcle of devoted frlends
Not always had Fortune treated hxm kmdly but
he never became emblttered or envlous. He was
outspoken m hrs own convxctxons but respected
the sincere opmlons of others.
For the past twenty two years, his mterests
were centered about the Ardsley Hlgh School
w1th a prlde and loyalty so mtense that no per
sonal consnderatlons could mterfere He was more
than a most efficient Clerk of the Board of Edu
catxon he was friend advlser and admomsher of
prmcxpal pupils, parents and teachers Every
entry xn has books was complete up to hxs final
1llness Hls last entnes on May 12 1944 were a
lxttle shaky Wxth feeble steps he made his way
home that day for he had never fully recovered
from an attack of pne xmoma durmg the wmter
Ten days later he passed away Beautxful Horal
trxbutes expressed the sympathy of Board of Edu
canon pupils teachers and PT.A to hxs wxfe
Around the comer IS our vamshed frxend
Let us keep his sp1r1t wxth us by exemphfymg ln
our lxves the traits we so admxred xn hns
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Front Row Seated
MRS HELEN NORRIS
MR ARTHUR W SILLIMAN
MRS CONSTANCE E PARSONS
Second Row Seated
MR WILLIAM DUKE III
MISS ELEANOR DAVIS
MISS VIRGINIA POLI-IEMUS
MISS GERTRUDE LAUTERWASSER
MISS EMILY DEMEO
Thxrd Row Seated
MRS FRANCES C FERGUSON
Standmg Front Rzght
MISS CELIA P CONKLIN
MR HARLAN A THOMAS
MISS MARGARET A WESP
MRS ETI-IEL J FARNI-IAM
Standmg Second Row Rzght
MRS JEANNETTE CAMPBELL
MISS FLORENCE EGBERTSON
MRS LOUISE K. HATFIELD
MISS GRACE ROLL
MISS HELEN G ROBBIE
MRS EMILY A EHLER
MISS ELINOR C BUELL
MISS ETHEL TRYON
MRS ROSA CUMMINGS
MR WILLARDH MANN JR.
MR CHARLES W HORENIJ
MISS HARRIET EDWARDS
MA Columbxa Umverslty
M.A Co1umb1a UnIvers1ty
B S New York Umverslty
B S N 'Y State College for Teachers
B S New York Umverslty
M A Columbla Umverslty
B S New York Un1vers1ty
R N Albany Hospital
B S New York Umversxty
BPd New York Trammg School
B A Beaver College
New Paltz Normal
BA Un1versIty of Calxforma
MA Columbla Umversxty
MA New York Umverslty
BA New York Urnverslty
MA New York Umverslty
Ed M Harvard Umversxty
MA Columbxa Unlverslty
B S Cornell UI1lV8fSlty
New Paltz Normal
Commerce and Englxsh
Gu1dance Soclal Sc1ence
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Front Row Joseph Fnschmann Nettle Cxmmo Loulse
Behlen Doris Park Patrxcla Launer John Hackett Elxza
beth Hatfield Barbara Bolce Edlth Altken Second Row
Rlchard Dunbar Jean McGregor Rose Perlllo Dorothy
Smythe Ethel Yottes Edxth Holscher Esther DeNardo
Vlrgmxa Lynn Stanley Benedict Lula MacLeod Thxrd
Garthwalte Jean DeLuca Anna Fatone Bermce Crowley
M8fl0n Wnght Frank Young Chrlstopher DeFeo Geof
The Class of 45 IS 1n many ways an average
class Perhaps we have not been partlcularly out
standmg m academic honors, but we have con
trxbuted our share to the usual hlgh standards of
Ardsley school spxrlt and morale Yet, 1n two
categorles we are umque The Class of 45 IS
the largest class ever to graduate, and It IS the
only class 1n history to have gone through the en
t1re four years of hlgh school while AIHEFICQ has
been Hghtmg a war
As a consequence much of our extra currlcu
lar actlvlty has had to do w1th the war eFfort
We have all been very active ln foui' War Loan
drives, whxle many of our fellow students have
part1c1pated ln scrap metal drlves and salvage
campalgns. Five of our classmates, Ray Pearce,
W1ll1am Borche1s, Augustme Fxlomena, John
Wright, and Andrew Noe, are now 1n the Un1ted
In other enterprlses the class has more than
held 1ts own Thxs year s subscr1pt1on campalgn
was one of the most successful ever held. The
cooperatlon of the entlre student body 1n the
campalgn made the Washmgton trlp possxble
Because of the1r splendld support the hlgh school
was rewarded Wlth a Secret Desire Dance spon
sored by the Semors
frey Pollock Gustav Groth Fourlh Row Anthony Morettl
Mary Lou Wxlmoth Ruth Agnano June Brmkerhoff
Mary Ann C1m1no Florence Content Carol Meyer John
Baverstock William Blasberg Warren Bauheu Robert
Edmunds Wllllam Bagge Next to Back Ruthven Vlrden
Dorothy Wheeler Beatnce Caporale Frances Erickson
Spelcher janet Rlordan
The trlp to Washmgton was memorable, made
at the txme when the government was bendmg
all 1ts efforts to brmg about a hoped for vlctory
Our Jumor year was a busy one As usual our
class publlshed the 1944 ARDSLEYAN, makmg a
neat proiit for our Semor Fund As our theme,
we chose The Peace to Come and the World of
Tomorrow In our Jumor year we presented 1n
assembly I Pledge Allegxance In our Fresh
man year we had presented the comedy Llttle
jack Horner to an enthusxastlc audlence, and
thereby ga1ned experlence One of the outstand
mg soclal events was the Nlght Club Dance
sponsored by the Jumor classes
Thls years Semor class, as lt graduates mto a
war torn world of strlfe, w1ll have much to look
back upon days filled with worthwh1le act1v1t1es
We of Semor R w1sh to extend our gratltude to
M1ss Robble who has been our loyal advxser for
the past four years, and we of Semor B wlsh to
express appreclatxon to Mlss Buell who has been
our advlser durmg th1s, our most 1mportant year
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MARY LOU NEYLAN
Vxce presxdent Semor B
Presldent Semor B
Secretary Semor R
VICE president Semor R
Treasurer Semor R
Secretary Semor B
Treasurer Semor B
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MARY ANN CIMINO
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RUTH AGNANO Honor Socxety 8 years Grrl
Scouts 5 years Cheer Leadmg 42 G A.A Basket
ball 42 Torch Staff 43
EDITH AITKEN G.A.A 4 years Basketball
42 44 Baseball 42 44 Volleyball 42 44 Span
1sh Club 44 Outdoor Club 44
WILLIAM BAGGE Honor Socrety 5 years Or
chestra 6 years Band 6 years Interclass Basket
ball 2 years Boy Scouts 2 years.
WARREN BAULIEU 1944 ARDSLEYAN Art
Edxtor Interclass Basketball 4 years Boy Scouts
JOHN BAVERSTOCK Jumor Play 44 PTA
LOUISE BEHLEN G.A.A 4 years Leaders'
Corps 44 45 Orchestra and Band 42 43 44
Chorus 42 43 Girl Scouts 8 years Cheerleadmg
JV 43 Varsxty 44 45 Ballad for Amerxcans
2 years Class Reporter 42 43
STANLEY BENEDICT Honor Society 9 years
Treasurer 45 Thrrd Degree 1 year J V Basket
ball 43 44 Varslty Baseball 44 Vice presxdent
WILLIAM BLASBERG Honor Soclety 8 years
Thlrd Degree 44 45 Busmess Manager on Torch
3 years French Club 42 Spanish Club 44 Or
chestra 6 years Boy Scouts 3 years Class Plays
42 43 Asst Edxtor 1944 ARDSLEYAN PTA
Socral Comm1ttee 44 Intra mural Basketball
43 44 Ballad for Amerlcans 41 Vlctory Corps
Technxcal Corporal 44
44 Volleyball 43 44 Honor Soclety 10 years
Second Degree S years Secretary 41 43 44
Spanish Club 43 44 Cheerleadmg 41 42 43
44 GA.A. Reporter 41 Advertlsmg Committee
1944 ARDSLEYAN Outdoor Club 43 44
JUNE BRINKERHOFF G.A.A 4 years Honor
Soclety 10 years Varsxty Cheerleadmg 4 years
Second Degree 4 years Typrst for Torch 2 years
Typmg Commlttee for 1944 ARDSLEYAN
VIRGINIA BROWN Band 41 Scouts 41 42
Vxctory Corps 42 43 French Club 41 42 Span
rsh Club 43 Sprung Concert 41
BEATRICE CAPORALE Honor Socxety 10
years Second Degree 4 years Thxrd Degree 1
year Class Reporter 43 44 Typ1ngEd1tor 1944
ARDSLEYAN G.A.A. 42 Usher for 1944 Gradua
txon Chaxrman Food Sale 42 Semor Chorus 1
year Outdoor Club 43 44 Chalrman Refresh
ment Cornmxttee for Subscnptxon Party 44
HAROLD CARPENTER Boy Scouts 3 years
Honor Socxety 4 years Manager Varsnty Basket
ball 44 Laboratory Asst 2 years Operetta 42
Intra mural Baseball 44 Intra mural Softball
MARY ANN CIMINO Honor Socrety 3 years
G.A.A 4 years Sports Club l year Natronal
Chorus Competition 2 years H M S Pmafore 44
NETTIE CIMINO Semor Chorus 40 HMS
Pxnafore 44 Chorus Competltxon 40 Honor So-
cxety 4 years G.A.A 41 42 43 Outdoor Club
43 Decoratlon Commxttee Subscrlption Party
44 Typmg Commxttee 1944 ARDSLEYAN
JOSEPH CLEARY JV Basketball 41 42 43
Varslty 44 J V Baseball 41 Varsity 43 HM S
FRANK CONOVER J V Basketball 42 Var
sity 44 Band B Orchestra 7 years Orchestra
Competxtlon 1 year
FLORENCE CONTANT Honor Soclety 10
years Second Degree 5 years Treasurer French
Club 43 Jumor Chorus 3 years Semor Chorus
2 years Natxonal Chorus Competrtxon 2 years
Gnrl Scouts 4 years Class Representatnve for 1943
ARDSLEYAN Asst. Edxtor 1944 ARDSLEYAN Ad
vertxsmg Committee 1944 ARDSLEYAN Leadmg
Magazme Salesman 43 44 Addressxng Service
Letters 43 44 Private First Class ln Vxctory
BERNICE CROWLEY Honor Socxety 5 years
Cheerleadmg JV 41 Varsity 42 43 44 Gxrl
Scouts 7 years Cheerleadmg Program 43 44
Servncemens Supplements 44
CHRISTOPHER DEFEO Honor Society 6
years J V Basketball 43 Interclass Basketball
42 Intra mural Softball 43
MARIE DELUCA G.A.A. 41 42 Baseball
Manager 42 Leaders Corps 42 43 44 Jumor
Play 44 Advertlsxng Commnttee 1944 ARDS
ESTHER DENARDO Honor Society 7 years
Second Degree 1 year Thxrd Degree 1 year Class
Reporter 2 years Publxcxty Chairman 1944
ARDSLEYAN Sports Club Member 2 years Presx
dent Sports Club 44 G.A.A 4 years Presxdent
44 Baseball Manager 44 Basketball Manager
44 Captam Volleyball Baseball Basketball 43
Jumor Play 44 HMS Pmafore 44
RICHARD DUNBAR Honor Socxety 5 years
Band 6 years Orchestra 42 43 Glee Club 41
42 43 Operetta Pxnafore 44 Operetta Kee
wanne 43 Photography Edutor of 1944 ARDS
LEYAN JV Basketball 44 Presrdent Raxlroad
Club 44 Outdoor Club 42 43 44
ROBERT EDMUNDS Honor Soc1ety 2 years
Torch Edxtor 44 45 Spanish Club 44 Varsnty
Basketball 2 years Varslty Baseball l year Inter
class Basketball 43 Intra mural Softball 3 years
Boys Chorus 1 year Semor Chorus 1 year Oper
etta Pmafore 44 Class Vxce president 44 Vxce
presxdent Student Council 44 Vlctory Corps
Techmcal Sergeant 44
FRANCES ERICKSON Honor Society 9 years
Thlrd Degree 45 Class Presxdent 43 Busmess
Manager Subscnptxon Campargn 45 Busmess
Manager 1944 ARDSLEYAN GAA 42 44 45
Curl Scouts 7 years Asst. Lxbranan 44 45
ANN FATONE Honor Socxety 10 years Sec
ond Degree 43 44 45 Semor Chorus Competl
tion 40 Semor Chorus 3 years Usher for 1944
Graduatron Decoratxon Commnttee Semor Sub-
scrxptxon Party 43 44
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JOSEPH FRISCHMANN Honor Soclety 6
years Class Treasurer 43 44 Band 3 Orches
tra 6 years JV Basketball 43 HMS Pmafore
43 Ballad for Amerxcans 41 42 Natronal Com
petxtlon 40 State Competltlon 40
JEAN GARTHWAITE Honor Soclety 44
GA.A. 41 42 Chorus 41 42 43 44 Torch
44 Sprmg Concert 43 HMS Pmafore 44 V1c
tory Corps 43 44 Sextet 44 45 Sprmg Concert
EUGENE GRANDOLFI Boys Chorus 41 Op-
eretta 41 Sophomore Play 43 JV Basketball
44 Operetta Pmafore 44
GUSTAV GROTH Honor Soclety 4 years
JACK HACKETT Honor Socxety9years Class
Presldent 41 43 Class Vxce presldent 42 Vzce
presldent Honor Society 45 Thlrd Degree 45
JV Basketball 43 Baseball 43 French Club
41 42 Asst. Edltor 1944 ARDSLEYAN Student
Councll 41 42 43 Band is Orchestra 41 42
43 Ballad for Americans 41 Interclass Basket
ball 41 42 Softball 44
BETTY HATFIELD Honor Soc1ety 10 years
Secretary Honor Socxety 45 Thxrd Degree 4
years Class Secretary 43 44 Edltor 1944
ARDSLEYAN GAA 42 43 44 Orchestra 6
years Natlonal Orchestra Competltlon 2 years
State Chorus Competltxon 2 years Gxrls Chorus
5 years Gxrl Scouts 7 years G1rls Quartet 44
Cheerleader 3 years
EDITH HOLSCHER Honor Society 7 years
Secretary 41 Class Play 42 Art Commlttee
1944 ARDSLEYAN Service Honor Roll 43 44
Decorat1onComm1ttee 42 43 Semor Play Com
mlttee 43 Muslcal Program Commlttee 43 ,
PATRICIA LAUNER Honor Society 2 years
Sprmg Muslc Festlval 43 Usher For Operetta
44 GAA 43 GAA Basketball 44 Commrt
tee for J un1or Dance 44 Commxttee for Subscrxp
t1on Dance 45 Grrls Chorus 2 years Spamsh
Club 44 Gxrl Scouts 3 years
VIRGINIA LYNN Honor Soclety 8 years
Th1rd Degree G.AA 4 years Leaders Club 45
Cheerleader 3 years G1rl Scouts 7 years Asst
Lrbrarlan 43 44 45 Sergeant Vlctory Corps
LILA MACLEOD Class Presldent 42 44 45
Class Treasurer 43 Student Council 42 44
Presldent 44 President G.AA 44 Leaders
Corps 43 44 45 Presxdent 44 Secretary Treas-
urer 45 G1rl Scouts 1 year Chorus 1 year
Hockey 2 years Soccer 2 years Basketball 4
years Baseball4 years Volleyball4 years Hon
or Soclety 10 years Thxrd Degree 3 years
JEAN MCGREGOR Honor Society 10 years
Third Degree 43 44 Class Presxdent 42 43
Treasurer Student Councxl 42 Clrculatxon Man
ager 1944 ARDSLEYAN Gxrl Scouts 6 years Asst
Busmess Manager 1943 Busmess Manager 1944
Semor Subscnptlon Campargn G.A.A 4 years
Class Treasurer 45 Class Play 42 43
CAROL MEYER Honor Socrety 42 43 44
Glrl Scouts 42 43 44 Torch Typlst 43 44
Chorus 42 43 44 Ardsleyan Typ1st 44 Span
xsh Club 43 44 Color Guard 43 44 Secretary
Red Cross 44
ANTHONY MORETTI JV Basketball 41
42 Varslty 43 44 Varsxty Baseball 43 Stu
dent Councll 45 Presxdent of Semor Class 45
MARY LOU NEYLAN Honor Socxety 9 years
Pres Thlrd Degree 44 GAA 4 years Leaders
Corps 44 Cheerleadmg 42 Student Council 2
years Class Vlce presldent 2 years Jumor Play
43 Band 3 years G1rl Scouts 5 years Chorus 44
Capt Soccer Team 44 Nat1onalMus1c Competl
tlon 40 Natlonal and State Competition 40
DORIS PARK Honor Soclety 8 years GA.A.
3 years Refreshment Commxttee for Subscription
Dance 44 J V Cheerleader 43 Adv Commlttee
ROSE PERILLO Honor Socxety 9 years G A A
3 years J V Cheerleader 42 43 Vars1ty Cheer
leader 44 45 Second Degree Honor Soclety 41
Typmg Commlttee 1944 ARDSLEYAN
GEOFFREY POLLOCK Class Secretary 45
Boy Scouts 4 years
JANET RIORDAN Chorus 1 year GAA 1
year HMS Pmafore 44
DOROTHY SMYTHE Semor Chorus 44
CLAIRE SPEICHER Honor Soclety 10 years
Second Degree 4 years Orchestra Us Band 5 years
GAA 4 years Sports Club 2 years Captain of
J V 43 44 Cneerleadmg for Varslty 44 45
Secretary Treasurer GAA 44 Operetta 44
Basketball Baseball Volleyball Soccer 42 43
44 Torch Reporter 43 Reporter for Class 43
45 Plano for Assembly 4 years Pxano for Chorus
44 Gxrl Scouts 4 years
LAUREL STRUCKMAN GAA 4 years Hon
or Socxety 4 years
RUTH VIRDEN Orchestra 6 years Band 3
years GA A 4 years Sports Club 2 years Hon
or Soclety 10 years Torch 2 years Second De
gree 5 years
DOROTHY WHEELER Honor Soclety 7 years
Orchestra 6 years Semor Chorus 3 years State
Chorus Competltxon 2 years Natxonal Orchestra
Competrtlon 1 year Second Degree 2 years Bal
lad for Amenca 41 G.AA 4 years
MARY LOU WILMOTH Honor Soclety 5
years Jumor Chorus 41 42 G.A.A Basketball
42 43 G.AA Hockey 41 42 Usher at Sprmg
Concert 42 Pageant of America 42 Glrl Scouts
MARION WRIGHT Honor Soclety 36 37 38
Semor Chorus 41 42 44 Jumor Chorus 37 38
39 Grrls Chorus 44 GA.A. 41
FRANK YOUNG Advertlsmg Manager 1944
ARDSLEYAN Jumor Play 44 Boy Scouts 5 years
P T A Pageant 42 Honor Socxety 7 years, Torch
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Front Row Alfred Palermo Katherine Zengan Rxchard
Heller George DeGu1sto Josephme OLeary Secretary
Joann McHenry Louls Exsenhauer Second Row John
Papovxtch Dons Pearce Barbara Horend Dorothy Mul
ler Vzce presxdent Joan Rooney Stella Sxgnoretta Grace
Mannuccla Allxson Reid Domenlca DeNardo Katherme
Derhofl' Thrrd Row john Delmerxco Robert Cammaclr,
Agnes Arone Joseph Calace Mottola Treasurer George
Keehan Joseph Palermo Peter Sxmmen Edith Glmbel
Robert Arone Presldent Absent Olga Raab Mildred
Fall found our class treasury as bare as Mother
Hubbard's Cupboard To remedy th1s s1tuat1on,
we all p1tched ln and produced the Jumor Hal
loween Dance, and we feel that It was a huge
success Why, even the actors m "There Are No
Such Thmgs As Ghosts" and the two newly
elected UMISS Ardsleys" had fun Incxdentally, the
funds recelved from the dance greatly xmproved
our Washlngton Trlp Fund
problem, the productlon of the KARDSLEYAN "
Some of the edltors attended a conference at
Columb1a Umverslty where they recelved helpful
h1nts and xdeas as to how a yearbook should be
planned and set up We have all worked very hard
on tl'l1SnARDSLEYAN', and hope that all our fnends
and loyal supporters w1ll find xt worthy of a place
as a permanent record of th1s school year
The Jumor year has brought us that perenmal DOROTHY MULLER
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Front Row Bemuce Borce Robert White Barbara Cleary
Vxce president, joseph Petruzzl Carolyn Stohr Lester
MacLeod Frances Nannarxello Second Row Gerald Ma
loney Edwm Stone Robert Fuchs Dolores Kovats Joan
DeGu1sto Rhoda Damm Dorothy Venners Ruth Damm
Wrllxam Keehan Peter Emenck Thrrd Row Louxs Pas
cone Wxllxam Hauptman john Cxmmo Mayo French
Constance Caltabellotta Mane Raab Elmor Spexcher
Joyce Petrone Margaret Wxllxamson john DeRocha
Theodore Schmxdt Emest Johnson Fourth Row Wxlluam
LeFurgy John Hogan President Carl Montaruli Bxagno
DeAstls Andrew Pfau Wllham Brennen Carmxne Mo
bxlla Secretary Basul Spano Robert Carpenter Albert
Garthwalte Treasurer Robert Walker
On September 6, 1944, thxrty exght students,
full of good resolut1ons, entered the Sophomore
room Among these ambxtlous souls were two
newcomers Andrew Pfau and Dolores Kovats
John Cr1s1 also returned to us But xt was wrth
regret that we sa1d good bye to Conme Caltabel
lotta a few months later
just to start the year off r1ght, the Sophomores
won one of the five dollar prxzes offered by the
Semors for the Subscnptlon Campaxgn We are
proud to say that the Sophomore Class IS well
represented not only on the Basketball Team, but
xn GAA, Chorus, and other such orgamzatlons
june this year wxll mark the half way pomt
1n our Hlgh School careers, we know now many
thmgs that we d1d not know as Freshmen, and
surely every one wxll try to get the best out of
the two years to come
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Front Row Duane Horend Mary Slmmen Evelyn Kamke
Vxce presldent Joan Emenck Secretary Sandra Man
chester Rosma Lancellottz Mary Mantello Ann Borchers
Florence Defeo Second Row Henry Groth Robert Van
Dusen Lorralne McHenry joan Carson Jenme Renda
Edelgard jantzen Jean DeLuca Frances Mannuccla
Wlllard Benedxct Roy Nannanello Thzrd Row Donald
Fatone Treasurer Lyman Kipp Arthur Eglolf Umberto
Paoluccx George Papovrtch Donald Paws Crane Hackett
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Myles Ferns Donald Wahlquxst Steven Panmck Louis
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Our first year 1n hlgh school IS nearmg an end
We can truly say that despxte the homework and
mewhat d1Hicult subjects we have had a swell
txme and we have gotten much from thxs past
years work, all of whlch w1ll help us to achleve
success 1n our hlgh school career
After looklng over our record no one can say
that the Freshmen have not taken therr share of
school responslbzlltles Fxve of our boys made the
Junlor Varslty basketball team and three glrls
made the Jumor Varsxty Cheerleadlng Squad,
twelve glrls Jolned the GAA, seven glrls are
m the Senlor Choxr, and flfteen members of our
class are 1n the Honor Socxety
Although a war IS ragmg all around us, modern
youth IS keeplng up a gay sp1r1t. This doesnt
mean that we arent domg our share We are'
But we are young only once, as the saymg goes,
and rn wartxme we grow up and lose our gay
frlvolous sp1r1t before we have had txme to re
Thus, thxs year has passed' We have leamed all
we can, and we w1ll contmue to do so because
of the Job ahead of us Upon our shoulders w1ll
fall the respons1b1l1ty of stra1ghten1ng out th1s
mxxed up world But modern youth wlll never
give up or lose falth We w1ll accompllsh our tasks
and lmprove our way of hfe because 1n our hearts
we carry the hght of hope and the lamp of farth
Thls IS p0SS1b1e because we know that some day
the sun w1l1 dawn, and a new horrzon w11l appear
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mo Stanley Benedict Top row john Delmerxco Manager Joseph Calace
Mottola Christopher DeFeo Eugene Grandolh Mr Charles Horend Coach
Absent Frank Conover Captam
The first week ln November brought out about
thlrty five boys for pOSltlOUS on the basketball
team Thmgs looked promlsmg wlth five returmng
letter men ready for the firmg lme
Through weeks of gruellng practlce under the
able guxdance of coach Chuck Horend the team
rapxdly shaped together Strlvmg to obtam the
perfectlon that accompamed last years Cham
plonshlp team the varslty Blue and Gold work
ed long and hard
F1rst test came on December 15 when Br1arcl1H
was met and defeated on the loser s court Hard
luck then hlt the team as Commerce Dobbs
Ferry Bronxvllle and the New York School for
the Deaf all conquered Only Elmsford fell under
the local s spell But better games were ahead for
the boys seemed to End themselves late m Janu
ary and began to show the type of playmg they
were capable of Elmsford agaln was beaten then
Irvmgton Greenburgh and the New York School
for the Deaf all felt the stmg of Ardsley s power
Wlth the team ln hxgh sp1r1ts all look forward to
a successful completlon of the season and the tr1
county champxonshxp 1n early March at the
County Center m Whxte Plams.
Front row john Cxmmo Carmxne Mobxlna Robert Fuchs Steven Panmck
Wxllxam Keehan Top row Harold Carpenter Manager George Pagovltch
Blagxo DeAstxs Basxl Speno John Hogan Louxs Pascone Mr Charles Horend
After the varsxty team had been plcked Coach
Horend turned to the Jayvees the youngsters of
the Ardsley cage These boys showmg that they
were w1ll1ng to learn, soon developed 1nto one of
the best Ardsley second teams ever to take the
floor They showed plenty of splrlt, flre, and fight
and were ready and eager for thelr first game wlth
The Jayvees early record has shown double
vlctorles over Edgemont and the New York
School for the Deaf wlth smgles over Brlarcllif
Irv1ngton, Elmsford, and Greenburgh
Front row Mary Slmmen Evelyn Kamke Bermce Bonce Dolores
Kovats Elmor Spelcher Vlrglnla Lynn Top row Bemlce Crowley
Louise Behlen Claxre Spelcher Rose Perlllo june Brmkerhoff Betty
Front row Vxrgmxa Lynn Mnldred Murray Lorraine McHenry
jenny Renda Dons Pearce joann McHenry Second row Dorothy Ven
ners Joan Emerlck Bernlce Boxce Margaret Wxlllamson Mary Slm
men Evelyn Kamke Mary Ann Cxmmo Esther DeNardo President
Third row Frances Mannuccla, Frances Erxckson Grace Mannuccxa
Elmor Spelcher, Secretary Treasurer, Mayo French, Joyce Petrone,
Mary Mantello Joan Carson Joan DeGu1sto jean DeLuca Fourth
row Dorothy Wheeler, Marie Raab Mary Lou Neylan Claxre Spexcher
Laurel Struckman Lxla MacLeod Vlce president, Louise Behlen, june
Brmkerhoff jean McGregor Mlss Grace Roll
G A A REPORT
Last year after the Ardsleyan went to press the G A A
staged a softball season whlch really aroused Interest From
the home series Esther DeNardo s team combining con
trolled pltchmg and hard hlttmg emerged vxctorlous Two
playdays one at home wxth Dobbs Ferry and one mass
playday at Irvmgton finished the season with a flounsh
The Ardsley glrls made a good showxng at Irvmgton and
also produced a vxctory over the Dobbs gxrls
The 1944 fall sports season was ofhclally opened w1th
a mass meetmg of the GAA early m September Flrst
on the schedule was a favorite sport soccer Three teams
were chosen and a rough and tumble round robm tourna
ment was p'ayed off Far from dull the season was really
made unpredictable by a few upsets just when vxctory
seemed near However Mary Lou Neylan s Charging
Chetmks managed to produce a wm when the chxps
were down and thus eam the season s vlctory
Volleyball season supported wholeheartedly by the
soccer vets also challenged a number of new girls to the
fun and four teams after a couple of practice games
battled for the crown of the new series Wlth marvelous
team sp1r1t and cooperation Louise Behlen s snappy exght
rolled to a concluslve vxctory undefeated for the season
Cold weather December and basketball the blg three
whlch were so anxiously awarted by forty five hoopsters'
Well before very long old man winter dellvered all of
them at the A H S gym and there four teams began some
earnest practlcmg to make those plays clxck when the
games started Onc agaxn Basketball was voted tops
With just a few games to go Team II, captalned by Lula
MacLeod leads the other teams defendmg an unde
feated record After a llttle more practlce we are lookmg
xnter chool affairs are always the hlghllghts of the sea
son and are eagerly antlclpated
Thls years GAA has definitely proved that xt has a
real get up and go In October the gxrls responded
wholeheartedly to an effort bemg made to buy cheer
leaders umforms They sponsored a cake sale and brought
m contrlbutxons which when combmed with profits from
the movle presentation were sufliclent to buy Varslty
Cheerleaders umforms and to help pay for Leaders Corps
blazers They have proven thelr interest m the fine pro
gram offered to them by Miss Roll through thelr remark
able attendance record whxch evidences that every grrl
who has reported for a sport has recexved her attendance
polnts one hundred per cent Quite a record'
Front row Esther DeNardo Miss Grace Roll Mary Lou Neylan
Top row L1la MacLeod Louise Behlen Vll'gll'll8 Lynn, Mary Ann
Clmmo Clanre Spexcher
The Leaders Corps welcomed three new members Vxr
gxma Lynn Mary Lou Neylan and Mary Ann Clmmo at
xts meetxng last june and early 1n September this mne-
glrl corps elected Esther DeNardo Presldent Lila Mac
Leod Vxce presxdent and Claxre Spexcher Secretary
At early meetings plans for a cake sale and movle pres
entatlon were made Joxntly with the cheerleaders Funds
were raxsed to buy umforms for the cheerleaders and to
help buy navy blue blazers to be used as the Leaders
Corps ofhcxal umform Both projects were carried out suc
cessfully wxth the generous support of the G A A and the
Leaders Corps members are now very proud of therr
The glrls are elected to the corps on the basis of sports
manshxp leadership athletxc ablllty and partxclpatnon
Corps membershxp qualifies the gxrls to referee GAA
games whxch they have handled commendably through
out the year and xn addmon several gurls have assisted
Mlss Roll m grade classes and tumblmg work
Hlghlxghts of the year have been horseback rldmg at
Van Cortlandt stables and the St John s vs N Y U basket
ball game at Madison Square Garden
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We in Ardsley are thankful that we have no particular youth
problems such as we read about in the newspapers in other towns
Our varied activities keep us busy and leave no time or desire for
American custom about Ardsley s bemg dead but actually we are
busy and happy most of the time with little opportunity to get mto
real mischief School activities are of major interest especially athle
tics Competition is keen and good sportsmanship is high The Stu
dent Council IS kept busy with all its various drives to bring victory
closer Chorus and orchestra are enjoyed by both the grades and the
When school is out church groups offer an atmosphere of being
united in worship Spiritual standards are upheld not through fear
but through love and the desire to abide by the Golden Rule
The desire for the companionship of our schoolmates lS reflected
when you hear the juke box wailing m Pascone s and sense the gen
eral air of being carefree and light hearted A strawberry soda or coke
just hlts the spot after a dance or movie Because of the Chocolate
Shop there is no need for a canteen to draw teen agers away from
undesirable places And yet we would appreciate a teen age gather
mg spot where we could drop in and play a game of ping pong or have
a talk fest with our own gang when we haven t the price of a coke
QPagmg any grown ups who would give us a hand and supervise such
a gathering place'j
The friendly spirit of the older people likewise contributes a great
deal to the absence of any youth problems They respect our rights
and prlvlleges and we in turn respect theirs They understand why
we want a little time to enjoy ourselves and because they trust us
we have confidence and can be trusted
If we want to have a special spree we don t have far to go in New
York or White Plams to see a movie or to roller skate dance or
just shop They re just close enough to provide a happy release from
the everyday routme
We shall miss all these things when we graduate but they have
formed the background of our tastes in our future lives For these
simple things we are grateful we hope that those who follow us will
not b come too sophisticated to enjoy them
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February 17 Mr Fred S Suthergreen IS appomted to Board of Educatron to fill
posltlon resigned by Mr Edward Alm when he entered the Army
February 18 Ardsley Red Cross nets over S100 for War Fund from Gay Nmetxes
February 24 Reported mrssmg and presumably drowned rn lme of duty wlth U S
Merchant Marme Davld Longmulr
March 3 H M S Pmafore drrected by Mrss Gertrude Lauterwasser delights an
March 18 Ardsley wms Trx County C Basketball Champronshlp at County Center
Lrons Club wrll sponsor Recognltron dmner fqr players
March 24 Out of the Frymg Pan places Semors S150 nearer Washmgton D C
Apnl 7 On the 8 30 tram depart the Semors Washington bound for a five days
vxsxt with Mr Horend as chaperon
May 5 Junxor Hop rn a settrng of a make belreve mght club wrth smgmg warters
softly lxghted tables and trnglmg entertamment gwes hugh school students an
evemng of gaxety
May 16 Staff Sergeant Angelo L Delmerrco kllled nn actxon on the Italxan front
May 22 Mr Wllllam C Lawrence 30 years Clerk of the Board of Education passes
May 26 Semor Class Valedrctory Honors to Rhoda Buser average 94 8 Saluta
tory Honors to Rosma Mantello 91 8
May 29 Prxvate Edward J Lynn Jr answers the final call at Chandlers Ford
June 7 Mrs Anna J F lmt retmng teacher of Grade 6 rs appomted honorary mem
ber of Ardsley Hugh School Faculty for llfe by Board of Educatron at Honor
Society tea rn her honor
June 23 Josephme OLeary wrll be editor of 1945 ARDSLEYAN assisted by a
fine staff ahem
June 24 Impressrve Hugh School Commencement rs held for first txme on a Satur
August 25 Lreutenant Frederick C Baker former Ardsley student kllled rn actlon
September 6 School opens wrth smallest begrnners class largest semor class rn
years Miss Vrrgnma Polhemus only new faculty member
September 29 Sophs entertam hlgh school wlth Leap Year Dance
October 20 Semor subscrxptxon campaign breaks all records S462 commrssxon
Sophomore: and Freshmen wm prxzes for superror sales records
October 26 A Halloween dance sponsored by the Jumors and featurmg the play
There Are No Such Thmgs As uhosts and the announcement of two Mrss
Ardsleys Mlss Helen Robble and Evelyn Kamke entertain hlgh school students
November 3 and 4 Ardsley Players present Pure As The Driven Snow benefit
of P T A
November 10 Lieutenant James Brown Mackenzre U S N R kxlled rn the Pacxfic
December 1 Student Council assxsts students to get good start rn Srxth War
January 2 School openmg IS set at 9 30 am for months of January February
January 5 Grade Campaign for 1945 ARDSLEYAN opens
January 19 In Memory of Pvt Edward J ames Lynn a complete electric scoreboard
rs presented by Vxrgmxa Lynn on behalf of Co K 29th Infantry U S Army
January 22 Grade 6 wms ARDSLEYAN campargn ln second place Grade 5
February 2 Over 30 pages of 1945 ARDSLEYAN go to press
February 13 Cast for Semor Play Come Ram or Shme rs announced
March 2 The last section of 1945 ARDSLEYAN rs off to the pnnter
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The Student Councxl wasnt organized until late ln
November th1s year because of the increased amount of
work that all the teachers are handlmg but once under
way we ve managed to keep busy
The Student Council ln our school as you may know rs
comprised of the Presidents and Vxce presidents from each
of the hrgh school classes which form a well rounded group
of ten this year At our first meetmg we agam unanimously
chose Mxss Buell as our adviser
Our flrst task was the orgamzatlon and supervision of
War Stamp sales The booth IS once more stationed ln the
comer of the hall and Stamp sales are running smoothly
each Thursday wxth the help of volunteer student par
Our mam project for the year IS plannmg a V E Day
program to be presented to the whole school when that
glonous day arrxves We all agree that xt should be a time
of prayer and thanksgwmg and should also serve as a
drxvmg rmp tus to mcrease our efforts rn brmgmg this
entxre war to a vlctorlous end and we are bulldlng around
Besxdes thxs actxvxty however we are also plannmg a
movxe program to be presented to the grade chlldren
sometrme in the near future and are devlsmg ways to
mcrease the Helene Fluck Memonal Fund
We also apprecsate the experlence we are obtammg from
partxcxpatlon m this very democratrc form of Student Gov
emment and Im sure that xt wxll stand us m good stead
when we eventually leave Ardsley High and take our
places rn the busmess and professional world Wed like
to express our smcere apprecxatxon to Mrss Buell for her
excellent leadershlp and patxent guxdance
Mary Lou Neylan
Secretary Student Council
Seated Betty Hatfield Secretary Jack Hackett Vxce presldent
Miss Robble Advxser Mary Lou Neylan President Stanley Benedict
Treasurer Vxrgmxa Lynn Standmg Esther DeNardo Frances Erlck
son Lula MacLeod Wrllxam Blasberg Robert Arone Beatnce Caporale
Front row Evelyn Kamke Lula MacLeod Presldent Mxss Buel
Advxser Robert Arone Vxce president Mary Lou Neylan Secretary
Second row Barbara Cleary I' ony Morettl Treasurer Stanley Bene
drct Crane Hackett John Hogan Dorothy Muller
THE ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Sponsored by the Honor Socxety and publrshed for the stude
Aansusv HIGH SCHOOL
M L Neylan
As the church signifies the higher :deals of our com
mumty the Honor Society stands for the xdeals of our
Emphasxzmg servxce to others leadershxp and charac
ter the orgamzatron draws a hrgh percentage of each
class and throughout the year mstxlls m nts members a
feelmg of fnendshxp and unselflshness so essential to a
happy and profitable school career
The Thxrd Degree executxve body of the society plans
and supervises the vanous actrvmes
In the fall our year commenced with the annual Fxrst
Degree Inmatron at which 33 candxdates partlcxpated m
the xmpressnve ceremony and hstened to an mspmng talk
by Judge Walter G Seeley Mrs MacLeod and Mrs
Spexcher recelved gold torches m apprecratron of their
assistance and a vote of thanks was extended to Mrs Shaw
and her committee of mothers
A movxe and luncheon were enjoyed by the members rn
January and plans are under way for the Second and
Thrrd Degree Imtratxons a pxcnxc and a hxgh school dance
To Muss Robbie our advxser go our smcere thanks for
her gurdance and encouragement through another success
ful and memorable year
Elizabeth Ann Hatfield
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Front Row Dolores Gamler Peggy Avery Beverly Chrls
tnano Barbara Slaybaugh Grace Behlen Patncra Ho
talmg Josephme Caltabellotta Jacquelme Blasberg Bar
bara Dupras Marjone Acker Geraldine Cartwright Seo-
ond Row Barbara Edelman Joan Koster Diane Horend
Betty Ann Stone Virginia Grandolfi Nma Jo Muller Bar
bara Wuestner Vxrglnla Brennen Dorothy Denarl Louxse
Behlen Musa Gertrude Lauterwasser leader Evelyn
Kamke Third Row Mrs Wm Blalberg leader Mrs
Harold Cummmgs leader Eleanor Wahlqurst Ellen Mc
Phee Eleanor Werner Leonore Kenny Joan Gamxer Ann
Mane Sullivan Suzanne Recca Vrrgmxa Lynn Mrs Wm
Emenck leader Fourth Row Barbara Horend Mary
McGregor Jean Thomas Glorla Petruzn Frances Erxck
son Dons Pearce Frith Row Carol Meyer Bemuce Crow
ley Ann Borchers Nancy Shultz Top Row joan De
Guxsto Amta Burks Marguente Ryan
Often seen around town are the Glrl Scouts
who are makmg 1945 one of thelr most success
ful years Thls w1ll stand out as no other year,
for the Lxons Club took over and sponsored the
group, affording many more advantages and prlv
xleges for the gxrls The Bluebxrd troop have been
busler than lxttle bees The llttle scouts have
enJoyed collecting books for our boys 1n the
servlce and have made utxllty pads for hospxtals
At Chrxstmas t1me they remembered the little
shut ms at Grasslands Hospxtal by making wool
dolls Much of their tlme IS spent wlth their lead
ers, Mrs Cummmgs, Mrs Blasberg, and Mrs
Emenck, acqumng knowledge that wnll make
them better Amermcan grrls of the future Besldes
badge work they often take h1kes, observmg types
of trees, b1rds and ammals
Troop II or Qu1mby Troop have been kept
busy too Along wlth the L1ons Club sponsor
shlp goes a shop course, d1rected by Mr Wxlham
Duke who spends many hours pat1ently 1mpart
1ng to the girls knowledge and sk1l1s that wxll
benefit them now and later ln thelr homes Under
the dxrectlon of M1ss Gertrude Lauterwasser and
Mlss Dorothea Edwards many projects have
been undertaken and completed Hours of kmt
one, purl one have resulted 1n an afghan for
the Red Cross Near the top of the 11st of actzvx
tles was a Progresslve Supper, m whlch each
member prepared some particular sect1on of the
meal, such as soup, dessert, etc Loads of fun was
had by all along wlth loads of food for by the
txme a girl had eaten one course and walked to
the next one she was all ready to start agam
The Scouts went all out for Vlctory, too They
helped the Boy Scouts and the Llons Club 1n
thelr salvage collectlon by telephomng remmders
of the collectlon day and collectlng salvage at ln
dlvldual homes Perhaps many of you saw them
1n the rallroad stat1on every mommg sellmg
bonds and stamps durmg the Bond Drlve The
Scouts take prlde 1n thelr 2CtlVlt18S about town
and enjoy the socxal and educatlonal opportum
t1es so generously offered.
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Front Row seated Edwm Stone, Semor Patrol Leader
Edwm Gawer, Donald Patterson Russell Brown Wallace
Hennessy Geofirey Pollock, Jumor Assistant Scoutmaster
Second Row john Crxsx, Mr Henry Woessner Asslstant
Scoutmaster, Henry Woessner, James Welsford, Robert
Wood Leonard Gaarder, Gerald Bostock Charles Muzzey,
Donald Struckman, Mr Charles Buckes Scoutrnaster,
Robert Whxte Back Row Lester MacLeod Wllham Cook,
Herbert Karl Wxlllam Wilson Roul Muller, David Bren
del Lyman Kxpp, Skipper White, Charles Buckes
The past year has been outstanding ln the hxstory of
Troop No 3 Dunng the year we completely changed the
method of operatuon and adopted the Boy Leadershxp
Program Such a change takes tume and whlle m the
begmnmg we estimated that xt would take two to three
years to get a smooth and eflicxent orgamzatlon we are at
this tnme well ahead of schedule
The biggest problem seems to be recrultlng as Scout
mg m Ardsley seems to have gamed the reputation of
being sxssxfied although the Scout who participated ln
the summer program at our Camp and Cabin can qulckly
refute that opnmon Thxs attrtude represents a challenge
prove to boys everywhere that Scoutmg IS a He-Boy
orgamzatxon and that It takes real abxhty to reach the
high standards set for Eagle Scouts
We started the year wlth 19 scouts and now have a
total of 26 leavmg room to take In about ten more recrults
Our advancement along the Scoutmg Traxl was outstand
mg in companson wnth the other troops 1n the Hendnck
Hudson Councxl area We had but two Fxrst Class Scouts
and no Star or Llfe Scouts but now have about 15 Flrst
Class wlth Fxve Star and four Lute Scouts, with two or
three Eagle Scouts due thxs year
We had 13 scouts ln attendance at the Counc1l Sum
mer Camp the hxghest troop ratmg m the area Only two
meetmgs were mlssed dunng the year and those only
because of xmposslble travel condmons
For the Flrst txme the troop held meetmgs all summer
long gathering at the Scout Cabin each Wednesday eve-
nmg durmg July August and part of September wxth an
average attendance of 14 scouts and 4 leaders
In Commumty Service our Scouts assisted In the Bond
Dnve and were presented wrth a captured Nan War
Banner as a trophy We assxsted Femchff Cemetery at
thexr annual Easter Servxce and several Scouts served at
the Red Cross Blood Bank at Dobbs Ferry The Scout
Camp and Cabm was made available to the Lxons Club
for their annual famrly prcmc Certain scouts assisted
For specual events we had Parents Night Father and
Son Dmner Annual Camlval Memorial Day Parade
Scout Dads vnsltmg a week end camp
The outstanding feature of the year was the comple
the camp was put dunng the year with the number of
week-end camps and day tnps A Council Rmg was con
structed and Mr Lyman Kipp bullt a Gne playfield nn
front of the cabm Through the co operatlon of Mr Wll
ham Duke III the msxde of the cabm was lmed wxth wall
board and combmatnon lockers and bunks mstalled An
old fashxoned kxtchen range was secured and mstalled to
permlt the use of the cabm during colder weather
The troop was operated by Boy Leaders and Senxor
Patrol Leader GeoHrey Pollock Patrol Leaders Edwm
Stone Lester MacLeod john Cnsn and George McCor
mack deserve a large measure of credit for the standxng
of the troop The Troop Commxttee and Assxstant Scout
master Woessner have been of the greatest possxble assist
ance wxthout their co-operatron it would have been xm
possxble to do the work that has been accomplxshed
Our Scout Troop has only one purpose to serve the
young men of Ardsley to accomplish Scouts Today
Men of Leadershxp Tomorrow
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trude Lauterwasser F lrst row Ethel Yottes Anna Fatone
Evelyn Kamke Betty Hatfield Mary Sxmmen Frances
Mannuccla Edxth Gxmbel Grace Mannuccxa Second row
Edelgard jantzen Dorothy Venners Carolyn Stohr
janet Rxordan Dorothy Smythe Mary Lou Neylan Top
dra Manchester Barbara Horend
Front row Dolores Garmer Marjorle Acker joan Gar
mer Loxs Carson Jacqueline Blasberg jean Brennen Ann
Yottes Manlyn Schneider Second row Harold Kamke
Eleanor Wahlquxst Lllhan Papovltch Vxrgxnxa Brennen
james Julllerat Robert Burks Wxlllam Wuestner Third
row Press Hackett Robert Kamke Richard Moore Paul
Roberts Edward Mxller R1chardArone AnthonyD Angelo
john Yottes Fourth row Barbara Slaybaugh Beverly
ChflStlBHO Nlna jo Mrller Charles Buckes Donald
Struckman james Horend Crane Hackett Peter Sum
men Wxllxam Keehan John Crlsl Eleanor Spexcher Joan
Carson Dorothy Wheeler
The Muslc Department has been very actlve this year
Many new members have been added In the junior Or
chestra alone we have ten members who started their flrst
mstrumental lessons thls September and by diligent work
were able to quallfy by january Our department was or
gamzed under five different groups as follows Jumor
Chorus Jumor Orchestra Semor Chorus Sextet Instru
mental Ensemble Studymg earnestly under the drrectlon
of Mxss Gertrude Lauterwasser we have made remarkable
xmprovement smce September
Durmg the year the Sextet has sung for the P T A the
L1ons Club and the Methodist Women s Club The Desert
Song and Trees were sung by the Semor Chorus for
the PTA m November We presented a Chrlstmas pro
gram m December for the assembly m which we all par
txcxpated smgmg and playmg both classics and Chrxstmas
We are workmg for our Spring Concert now and lookmg
forward to next year when we hope to do even bigger and
Lett to right Concetta Staglmano joan DeGu1sto Betty
Ann Stone Bernice Bolce Joan Emerxck Barbara Wuest
ner Dolores Garnier
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Front Row Mane Morettl Eleanor Werner Joanne
Groth George Logue Domxmck Fatone Charles Muzzey
Angela Ruhglan Lxlhan Papovrtch Leonore Kenny Sec
ond Row Geraldme Pruett Mary McGregor Vxrgmxa
Grandolfi Dorothy DeNarx Charles DeGu1sto Robert
fur Frank Exsenhauer Charles Buckes Barbara Slay
baugh, Nancy Schultz Jean Thomas Grace Behlen Thrrd
Row Jacquelme Rooney Margaret Young Secretary
Treasurer Jean DeMuro Vlce president Wxlham Cook
George Bagge Victor Arone Mlchael Wllmoth Martm
Erickson Robert Burks james Horend Bradley White
President Donald Struckman William Wilson Patsy
DeNardo Bessie Pannxck Anna Sxgnoretta Patncxa
On Q certain 1944 September mornmg forty
three brxght-eyed students were seated at their
new desks under the leadershlp of Mr Thomas
Later on 1n the year we welcomed two newcomers,
George Logue and Charles Muzzey
The dull routme of school was enl1vened by
our gala Halloween, roller skatmg, and Chrlstmas
partxes, the last party was gxven by the boys of
h class for the glrls They were slmply super,
and we hope to have many more enjoyable tlmes
together We are especlally looklng forward to our
graduatlon party ln June
Our goal through educatlon and socxal actwv
t1es IS to have the Modern Youth Around Town
capable of engmeermg the World of Tomorrow
NANCY JANE SCHULTZ
Ullrich, Yihol"asquale,,Walllce.Hennessy, Pleniy Cooke? Q .g J .Y . I y.: , .Y 5 l .0 l' yi' 1 ..
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Mannuccla Joan Lutz Treasurer Dorothy Hotallng Pa
tncna Cnatello Rose Ann Berryman Kathleen Strachan
Claire Buckes Second Row Patncxa Cleary Robert
Wood Frances Panmck Betty Ann Stone Nma Jo Mxller
Josephine Caltabellotta Secretary Glona Petruzzx Bev
erly Chnstxano Presxdent Rose Spano Suzanne Recca
Thnd Row joseph McCormack Donald Paterson Vice-
presldent Charles Dahl Harold Cunmff Rudolph Rosler
Warren Maloney Thomas Marzella Henry jodry Rxchard
Ward Richard Brennen Fourth Row Leonard Gaarder
Charles Dupras Davnd Brendel Vxto DeNardo Frank
Fraxetta Theodore Steenwerth Henry Woessner Gerald
We started our school year off on the rlght foot
by gomg roller skatmg We took a bus to Whlte
Plams and from there went to the skatxng rmk
All of us had a wonderful tlme and skated to our
Durmg the Chrnstmas vacatlon, our class de
cmded to VlS1t the Museum of Natural Hlstory
As was to be expected, some of the boys became
mlSCh18VOUS, but they settled down to en Joy them
selves as soon as they saw some of the wonderful
slghts the Museum held The class was under the
supervlsxon of Mr Thomas and three mothers to
whom we are very grateful
Our Red Cross play entxtled Counterpane
Commandos pushed our campaxgn rxght over the
top and, all m all, we have enyoyed a successful
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Front Row Walter Schmidt james Welsford Davxd Gor
man Peggy Avery Barbara Edelman Eleanor Wahlquxst
Barbara Wueatner Geraldine Cartwrlght Royle Krpp
Patrlck Cnstello Robert Kamke Second Row Melvnn
Redmond Alan Walker Harold Kamke josephme Paler
mo Joan Koster Loxs Carson Vlce president Ellen
McPhee Ann Mane Sullivan Mary Costantxm joan
Stohr John Yottes Treasurer john jones Russell Brown
Third Row Gregory Scallero Richard Moore james
Junllerat Presxdent Julxa Montarulx Jacquel1neBlasberg
Amta Burks Secretary Vlrglma Brennan Joan Gamler
Josephine DeRocha Fred Ernst Wxlllam Woessner
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Grade 6 th1s year has partxclpated 1n aCt1Vlt1BS
about town, and we have gone even farther afield
ln our studles turn1ng to other contments. Our
mothers came to see our South Amerlcan project,
whlch thxs year was hlgh hghted by several V1SltS
from Mxss Robbxe, who taught us many Spamsh
words It IS always fun to learn somethmg new
Chr1stmas was an especxally busy and happy
season for us as we presented our play called
Mr Gadsey's Christmas Eve for the grade as
sembly We are especially grateful to Alan Walk
er and Patrlck Crxstello for getting us a beautlful
Christmas tree whlch, after bemg trlmmed made
our play a glorxous success
At the begmnmg of Chrlstmas vacatxon we
were mvxted to the home of Lo1s Carson for a
Chrlstmas party Mrs Wuestner, our class mother,
Mrs. Kipp, assxstant mother, and Mrs Carson pro
vlded the refreshments. Our party really became
excltxng when Mrs Santa arrwed wlth glfts from
In the sprxng we are lookmg forward to many
soclal actnvxtzes whlch wxll help us to become
better c1t1zens of Ardsley and the world as well as
furnxshxng us good times
Front Row Salvatore Clmmo Donald Raab Ann Yottes
Patncm Fnschmann Kathleen Gauthxer Annette Gxmbel
Patncxa Cheslack Dolores Gamxer Dorothy Young Ed
ward Mxller jack Olt Robert Emenck Second Row
George De Feo john Cawley Ronald Barrett Treasurer
Lois Nannanello Bemadette Kinney Maryorxe Acker
Ruth Ellxng Theresa Curtm Paulme Calace Mottola
Janet Calace Mottola Secretary Donald Pasqumx Frank
Nov1ello Robert Bell Thxrd Row Prestbury Hackett
Vlce presrdent Wxllxam Flanagan Eleanor Slaybaugh
Claudxa Spencher Presndent Barbara Brennen Mar
guente Ryan Barbara Dupras Conchetta Staghano Mary
Thls IS the first year that our grade has been
allowed to handle money, so early m the fall we
got to work sellmg School News subscrlptlons.
Durmg December we took part 1n the War Bond
campa1gn and recexved S3 368 xn pledges.
M1ss Tryon taught us how to wr1te a play, and
each pupxl wrote one scene for the Vrkmg Drs
covery of America , then Mlss Tryon put them
together mto a full length play Everyone had
ezther a part m the play or m 1ts stage manage
ment We presented lt for our mothers enjoy
ment After the play refreshments were served
We have a number of active clubs among them
the Junlor Red Cross and the V1ctory Club We
enjoy packmg boxes and makmg favors for ch1l
dren and SCIVICS men ln hospltals at our meetmgs
We are all trymg to take our part 1n actxvxtxes
that benefit our own vxllage and others farther
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Margaret Flamgan Helga Nordxn Anthony DAngelo
Richard Arone Richard Dupras Second Row Davld Pol
lock John Koster Dommlck DeLuca Patncna Gaarder
Patrxcxa Nardeechxa LaVeme Ward Anne Huesgen Bar
bara Rutlglan Patncia Gauthier Evelyn Schmxdt Robert
Wilson Barty DeRocha Matthew Bassett Third Row
Rrchard Wood Barry Coggms Barbara OLeary Mary
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Cauvet Domxmck P soual
Thxs year we Fourth Graders are trymg to be
come good cxtxzens of Ardsley by helpmg others
For example we brought ln toys for needy ch1l
dren IH Kentucky filled a Red Cross box, con
tnbuted 1007: to the Jumor Red Cross Drlve col
lected crossword puzzles for our wounded sol
dxers, made Chrxstmas cards for them to send to
thexr fnends, and brought artlcles for the Dobbs
Some of us belong to the Honor Socxety and
are doxng servxce for our school wherever and
whenever needed The entlre grade took over the
Job of keepmg our school grounds clean for a
month For our good work we were rewarded
wlth a fine movie
For the pleasure of the grade assembly we pre
sented a Chrnstmas play
In this last half of the year we will try to do
much more for the pleasure of others
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dan Rosina Mobxha Enid Gensler Alice Cartwright
Beverly Graziani Margaret Sullivan Dorothy McPhee
Maureen Gauthier Second Row Richard Fnschmann
man Alberta Denarx Heidi Meier Vice-president Nancy
Dunbar Bette Steenwerth Ruby Morettl Laura Pearce
Florence Jackson Robert French Duncan Wilson Wil
ham Bell Third Row David Woodbury Douglas Boyd
Gertrude Rosler Mildred Eisenhauer Ruth Seeler Bar
bara Canning Helen Elsenhauer Marian Eisenhauer
Ann Wxlmoth Michael Grandolti Armand Fatton
Our class this year consists of thirty nine pupils
Our class mother, Mrs. john Boyd, and SSSOCI
ate mother, Mrs John Dunbar, held a very suc
cessful mothers meeting m December
We enjoyed our Halloween and other parties
We have spent some of our spare t1me playing
wlth a basket ball game brought 1n by Beverly
Our class lead ln the number of donatxons
brought for the Dobbs Ferry Hospital
To date we have had no illegal absences and
We are trying to make th1s a successful year by
domg well whatever task or experience comes
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thew Strachan Heather Merryman Barbara Nardecchla
Kate Schoenstem Ann Dahlgard Loretta Arone Caryl
Hue en Kenneth Acker Thomas Taaffe r Second Row
Gxrls Club Annette Scott Judxth Baker Lynn Olt Joyce
Bloomfield Karen Bell Dorene Suthergreen Bobby Mc
Klrgan jay Mayer Tlurd Row Darwm Brown Frankhn
Schmxdt Betty Flamgan Evelyn StaH Hope Machma
Jeannette Burks Carolyn Davnes Betty DeNardo Bobby
Soon after school opened m September we
orgamzed our clubs We enjoyed hlkes movles
and games after school, as part of our clubs ac
On Halloween our class mothers gave us a fine
party, and at Chrlstmas we had another party
and Chrxstmas Tree Also at Chrlstmas txme we
gave an exhrbltxon of our Chrlstmas gifts and a
tea to the faculty
All of thxs has been fun but xt IS also teachmg
us to get along well wlth others and to help us
grow to be good cltlzens of our town and country
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ed Peter Ledwlth john Manchester Bruce Boyd Grace
Barblen Barbara Jean Thompson Richard Bell Nancy
Cauvet Ellen Donahue Garry Ragone John Cannxng
Wxllxam Hoffman Second Row joseph Murray Edward
Bramble James Selllck Margery McConnell Margot
Moore jean Seeler Barbara Iles Christie Ann Bradley
Schlexpman Standmg Franklin Crmmo Allen Weiss
Third Row Joseph Perlllo Joseph Murray Bruce Bur
gess Jane Shurtleff Catherme Santore Elizabeth Walde
mar Josephine Pxro Dolores Ankhelen Judith Rlordan
David Purdy Fredenc Arone Warren Townsend Absent
Phxllp Clmmo Andrew Kalmykow Joseph Rooney
We ln the first grade have been actlve boys
and gxrls around our school and town We started
wxth a class of 44 mcludmg a new frlend Paul
Kaxser who came to us from Dobbs Ferry Mar
garet Sparkman and joseph Per1llo have moved
and Angelo P3SqU1n1 has left us because of rllness
Lxke our b1gger brothers and slsters we have
trxed to help others less fortunate than ourselves
We contrxbuted generously to the Red Cross Box,
the jumor Red Cross, and at Th8nkSg1V1ng txme
to the Dobbs berry Hospltal
Halloween and Chrxstmas found our school
room brlght vuth decoratxons we had made and
nolsy wxth our partnes
Mxss OBr1en dental hyglemst was a welcome
v1s1tor Whlle she was here thls year we made
We are lookmg forward to more actnxtxes m
the sprmg our annual toy, anlmal and doll show
Valentme and Easter partxes, and the shovung of
films provxded by the P T A prxze money whxch
our parents won for us
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mger Margaret Roberts Ruth Ann Pearce Harold Kess bach Third Row Watson Bell Werner I-Iauptll Greta
ler Rxchard Kmney Second Row Wrllxam Butcher Kung Gremer Barbara Curran Jenme Barger judrth Lxers
Cheslack Margaret Chnstrano jill Connolly Marxanna Louise Medovxch Chester Slaybaugh Anthony DeRocha
One afternoon early last June you may have
seen Mothers commg to school, and along wxth
them were the chlldren who are now The Be
gmners Class A httle party was held for the
children that day, and they played and became
acquamted wlth each other and the surroundmgs
Meanwhlle, bxrth certificates were recorded and
the stage was set to start the school career of
On September 6 some of our youngest Mod
ern Youth Around Town entered school It was
a blg hurdle for many and a new experlence for
all They were begxnnmg an entxrely new phase
of thelr llfe mto whxch we wanted them to enter
You may have seen favorlte stuffed ammals
and toy pets bulglng ln small arms as our Begm
ners trudged to school dur1ng the next few weeks
A Toy Pet Show was m progress and each chlld
was eager to contrlbute and show off hxs favorite
After the Pet Show we started a small museum to
whxch they brought all kmds of stones dxfferent
kmds of dolls bxrds feathers and other th1ngs
of mterest The chlldren now began to feel as
1f they belonged and were a part of the whole
Chrlstmas tlme was now not far off We made
presents for our parents and planned an entertam
ment to whlch we mvxted our parents the last day
before vacation Many parents came to see the
Rhythm Band perform under the able dlrectlon
of Barbara Curran Robln Wilson recxted a Christ
mas poem The entlre class sang A Cradle Carol
cal play entmtled Tlptoe Harold Kessler played
Santa Claus helper The rest of the cast mcluded
Jlll Connolly Margaret Chrlstxano Marxanna
Karl Cynthma Proske Irene Kalser and M1tz1
After thxs refreshments were served to the chxl
dren by our class Mother Mrs Harry Rohrbach
just as we were smgmg Jmgle Bells m walked
Santa Claus He had somethlng m h1s pack for
each good boy and gurl
In the sprung a tea w1ll be held for the Mothers
At that txme they may see how the Begmners
are learnmg to read and count and wrxte and work
together so that next year they w1ll be seen about
town and recogmzed as Advanced Flrst Graders
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The Parent-Teachers' Association
Day Camp and School
For Boys, 7 to 18
JULY 3 to AUGUST 26
For the second summer, Hackley will conduct an
8 weeks day camp and a summer school, utilizing
all the winter school facilities. The camp program
includes all athletics, nature study, gardening, over-
night camping. The equipment includes an excel-
lent swimming pool, gymnasium, 6 tennis courts,
football and baseball fields, and 6 shops for art,
printing, photography, woodworking, and science
The summer school offers accelerated, full year's
courses in most high school subjects.
A special bus is operated by Hackley, through
Ardsley. For information, contact NIL Duke, or
telephone Tarrytown 129.
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