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1 fyx-H - 1948 ARDSLEYAN Published by the Class of 1949 ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL Ardsley New York pb 1byToT 10 di wid A H S 9 A , K' . ' fl J Q, ,Lf '- . ' OOLE8iSO INC. " , ' fs S f d C . " P '- s .1 "' 3555- 1-xiii if "-P+-5 'LMS S Hglfii' RDSLEY IGH cHo01. Foreword This ARDSLEYAN of 1948 is being devoted to a very special theme, the Silver Anniversary of the Ardsley High School Honor Society. Through the medium of this society many young people have been encouraged to strive for and reach high goals in scholarship and leadership. As you go through this book, we hope that it will help some to recall fond memories and help others to become acquainted with our Honor Society BOARD OF EDITORS Seated Nancy Schultz Business Manager Anna Signoretta Typing Editor Mary McGregor Cir culation Manager jean Thomas Assistant Editor Cynthia Spitz Editor in Chief Geraldine Pruett Assistant Editor Barbara Slaybaugh Advertising Manager Bessie Pannick Publicity Manager Grace Behlen Art Editor Standing Miss Helen G Robbie Adviser RobertUllr1ch Photography Editor Mrs Constance E Parsons Adviser Absent Miss Eleanor Davis Art Adviser 2 I- , I :H ,U 1 ,- I ,L , Us , -- 1 , 9, H, As. , 5 g , . - .,, 4 , g. . , . - , . THE HONORABLE WALTER G SEELY WALTER G SEELY cofounder of the Honor Socxety teacher lawyer jurnst frrend and guxde of youth who for twenty five years wxth unselfnsh devotxon to the students of Ardsley has brought at the annual mmatlon a message of understandmg and mspxratxon tmged wnth hrs own wrt and humor we dedxcate thrs ARDSLEYAN To 7 , 9 9 D l 1 3 ' '. is-A 3 FRONT ROW Mr Frank Kluge B A N Y State College fo Mr Howard T Hartman M A New York Unlversrty Mr Arthur W Slllxman MA Columbla Umversxty Mr Paul J Koors MA Columbra UDIVCISIIY Mr Harlan A Thomas B S New York Unrversrty B S Cornell Umversrty SECOND ROW Mrs Elmor B Koenrg B L S Columbla Unxversrty Mrss Eleanor Davls Potsdam Normal Mrs Helen Morgan M A Columbra Umversnty Mrs Eleanor Belmont Fac Matbematzcr r Teachers Albany Indurtrzal Arn Prmczpal Gmdance Englzrb Grade 8 Erzglzrh Lzbrary Drawmg Home Economzcr Health Englzrb BA N Y State College for Teachers Albany M1ss Margaret Wesp Grade 7 B Pd New York Trammg School M1ss Hartnett Edwards New Paltz Normal Mrs Emlly A Ehler B S New York Umversrry Mrs Constance E Parsons M A Columbia Umverslty Grade 4 Grade 3 C ommerczal ulty M1ss Florence Egbertson New Paltz Normal THIRD ROW Mr Clarence E Felter M S Bucknell Unrverslty M1ss Celra P Conklrn R N Albany Hospltal M1ss Nancy Bloxsom Grade 6 H utory N urre Begmnerr B S State Teachers College New Paltz Mrs Marron Brown Mrs Frances C Ferguson BS New York Unrversxty M1ss Helen G Robble MA New York Unrverslty M1ss Margaret O Donnell B S State Teachers College Crane Secretary Grade I Latm Spamfb Mzmc M1ss Ethel Tryon Grade 5 Potsdam Normal Mr Kenneth Brown M A New York Umversxty ABSENT Mxss Grace Roll MA Columbxa Umverslty Mrs Ethel J Farnham Plattsburgh Normal Mr Mrtchell C Vrncent M Ed Temple Umversrry Mrs Louxse K Hatfield BA Unxversrry of Calrfornra Plzyucal Education Pbyncal Educatzon Grade 2 Murzc Grade 2 ze w . ., . . , . . . ,,.....,,.........,...... ........., , I ' " - . . . ......,....,............ , ' " V ' Mr. Charles W. 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N 1 i ,, 1 xi 574, , ww QXX x EX X 5 Class of 1948 We re Senlors th1s year the Class of 1948 As we look back on the days spent ln Ardsley Hrgh we recollect many fond memorles Graduatxon w1ll mean more than gett1ng out of h1gh school lf wxll be the begrnnlng of a new and drfferent l1fe mdependent of the guldance we have found so helpful throughout our enttre school career In tracmg back our hxgh school record we fmd that our Freshman year brought our first act1v1ty a dance held early 1n the sprlng ThlS undertaking enlarged our class treasury by the enormous sum of about Sl 46 Well we can use the excuse that we were yust green freshmen To compensate for th1s however our Whxte Elephant Sale held dur1ng our Sophomore year was a huge success Then we were unxors As all un1or classes do we looked forward wrth eager ant1c1pat1on to publlshmg the ARDSLEYAN and yes we too were hopeful of producmg the best ARDSLEYAN ever Now for the blggest year of all we are Semors not just ordlnary members fall topped all prevrous sales records 1n Ardsley Hlgh School To show our apprecratron we held the tradltronal Subscrnptron Party the hrgh school cer tarnly deserved If We now look forward to the Senlor Play We re all hopeful for 1ts success and are awaxtrng the chance to show our dramanc talent All these act1v1t1es have been leadlng toward one great event for us our Washlng ton Tr1p We are all wantrng for a certaln day next March just th1nk all our dreams wxll soon be reallzed We can antlcrpate a wonderful txme ask any former Semor who went on the Washrngton Tnp In our resume of accompl1shments rr Ardsley Hxgh School vue cannot forget the helpfulness of all our teachers who 1n the1r respectxve fields have strrven to promote capable and well tramed students To Mrs Koenng our Senxor advlser we extend our thanks for maklng thrs our last year IU hlgh school a memorable one 6 , . 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Y y 3 V . . . , . - 1 - , 9 7 7 X I EVELYN KAMKE Value the frfendrbzp of her who .rtands by you zn tbe norm Class Vlce pres 48 Honor Socrety 10 years Pres 48 Second Degree 2 years Thxrd Degree 3 years Secy 47 Ardsleyan Adverttsmg Man ager 47 Torch 46 Asst Edxtor 46 Senror Chorus 3 years Pres 47 Varsnty Choxr l year Vrce pres 48 Band l year Varsrty Cheerleader 3 years JV Cheerleader 1 year GAA 4 years Pres 4 Sports Club 3 years Secy Treas 48 Interclass Basket ball and Volleyball 3 years Gxrl Scouts 7 years Dramatxc Club 48 HERBERT KARL We admire hun for bu good renre Honor Soclety 6 years Sec ond Degree 1 year Thlrd De gree 1 year 1947 Afdtlevan Photography Edntor JV Bas ketball 47 Intramural Soft ball and Basketball 4 years Boy Scouts 4 years Usher Senlor Graduatxon 47 CRANE HACKETT Cynxc perforce from rtud1 of mankind Class Prestdent 45 48 Honor Socrety 9 years Vtce presxdent 48 Second Degree 1 year Thrrd Degree 3 years Orches tra 4 years Band 5 years Spanish Club 48 Intra mural 4 years Intramural Softball 48 Usher Senior Graduatxon JENNIE RENDA Happy and gay .rmzlzng each H Shell acbzeve Janeen rn ber own qzuet way Class V1ce presxdent 47 Hon or Socrety 10 years Second Degree 3 years Thrrd Degree 48 Record Secretary 48 Ardxleyan Publicity Editor 47 Sentor Chorus 47 Interclass Basketball 45 Dramatlc Club 48 Vrce presrdent 48 Usher Senxor Graduatxon 47 JOAN CARSON Wherever the End: berrelf rn lxfe .the ll make a goo addmon Class Presxdent 46, Secretary of Student Councxl '46, Honor Socxety 7 years, Thrrd Degree '47, '48, Ardrlegan Edttor nn Chref '47, Torch '45, '46, Assxstant Edrtor 46, Semor Chorus 3 years, Treasurer '46, Varsxty Chou 48, Band '46, GAA '45, '46 '4, Inter class Basketball 45 46, Gtrl Scouts 46, 4 , Dramat1c Club '48 WILLARD BENEDICT A :mall lad ruth a big bear! " Class Treasurer 48, Honor Soctety 9 years, Treasurer 47, Second Degree 1 year, Thrrd Degree 3 years, Ardrleyan Crt culatron Manager 47, Intra mural Basketball 4 years, In tra mural Softball 45, 46, '47, Usher Senxor Graduatron '47 UMBERTO PAOLUCCI Stern on the oumde Chucklfng on the :nude Class Presrdent 47 Class Treasurer 46 48 Presrdent Boys Chorus 46 Secretary Student Councrl 47 Honor Socrery 10 years Second De gree 3 years Thnrd Degree 1 year Ardrleyan Art Eclrtor 47 Torch 46 Band 48 Var sity Club 47 48 Varsity Bas ketball 48 JV Basketball 46 47 Varsxty Baseball 46 47 48 Intra mural Softball 45 46 47 48 Intramural Basketball 45 LORRAINE MCHENRY Quiet serene and tall Alway: a good friend o all Class Secretary 47 48 Hon or Socrety 3 yearn, Thrrd De gree 48 Correspondmg Secre tary 48 Torch 46 Ardx layan Typrng Edxtor 47 Sen rot Chorus 47 GAA 4 years Interclass Basketball 45 46 Dramatic Club 48 Usher Senxor Graduatron 47 ,, V . . 1 . rl ' , d j!,' .1 1 1 , , . . , 15 - 11 Q J A ' ' , H ,. 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' ' . . 1 1 . . , . . , Q 77,15 15 ff v t 'Z N ,L ' ' ' ' I! . . ff ,- - a JOAN EMERICK So full of the joy of lzfe II .r e A: .rbe goet ber uay .rerene Class Secretary 45 Honor So ciety 10 years Second Degree 3 years Third Degree l year Senior Chorus 46 47 Vat sitv Choir 48 Twirler 5 years GAA 4 years Girl Scout 4 years Dramatic Club 48 MARY STAFFORD Sweeter than Ju eel Class Secretary 45 Honor So ciety 3 years Torch 4 Senior Chorus 3 years Secre tary 47 Varsity Choir 1 year Varsity Cheerleader 2 years JV Cheerleader 1 year GA A 45 Girl Scouts 1 year Camera Club 1 year MARY MANTELLO A uell of cheerfulnerr that never rum dry. Reoorter Commercial Dept. 46 47 48' Honor Society 3 years' 'Torch" 47- Senior Chorus 47 48' G.A.A. 45 48' lnterclass Basketball 45' Dramatic Club '48, LOUIS ADDORISIO Yearnmg for the large excite ment that the coming yean will yield Bo s Chorus 45 46 47 Varsity Basketball 48 JV Basketball 46 47 Captain 47 Varsity Baseball 46 Intramural Baseball 4 years Intra mural Basketball 4 years JOSEPH MURRAY Nothing ff fmbonzble to a wzllmg heart Honor Society 10 years Sec ond Degree 4 years Third De gree 48 Afdfleyan Business Manager 47 Journalism Club 48 Varsity Club 48 Camera Club 48 Secretary 48 M. JOHN CIMINO john rzezer Jeemx to u orrw And he :J ,feldom m a buffy. Junior Class Treasurer 47' Bo 5' Chorus '45 ' ' Varsity Club '47, '48' J.V. Basketball '46' Varsity Base- ball 45' Intra-mural Basket- ball 4 years' Intra-mural Soft- ball 4 years. wk WM. STEVEN PANNICK Basketball: bu game At xt ber won fame For numeralr and .rucb He fr emfzed very much Varsxty Club 47 48 Varsxty Basketball 3 years JV Bas ketball 1 year lntra mural Softball 4 years Varsrty Base ball 4 years MYLES FERRIS Myler :J a rmgbty popular When hes around nobody sr Ja Honor Society 1 year Torch 2 years Boys Chorus 45 Varsrty Chotr 48 President 48 Varsrty Club 47 48 Secretary Treasurer 48 Dra matxc Club 48 Presxdent 48 Varsity Basketball 46 47 48 Varstty Baseball 47 48 lntta mural Basketball and Softball 4 years Boy Scouts 47 48 'Eh LOUIS PASCON E Cbeery u :bu lmle man laugh: ar only Louxr can Honor Socxety 2 years Varslty Club 47, 48 Presldent 48, JV Basketball 1 year, Varslty Basketball 3 years, lntra mural Baseball 4 years DIANE HOREND All the uorld 1: full of Jong Honor Socxety 5 years Jour nalrsm Club Edrtor 48 Sennor Chorus 45 46 47 Varsxty Chorr 47 48 Twnrlers 2 y rs GAA 45 46 47 48 Girl Scouts 5 years Dra matte Club 48 FLORENCE DE FEO In ber gentle quiet way Jbe progrerrer day by day Class Reporter 47 Honor So cxety 10 years Second Degree 3 years Third Degree 1 year Senror Chorus 46 47 G A A 4 years Usher Sensor Gradua non 47 ROSINA LANCELLOTTI Qusemerr barb :tr cbarm Senxor Class Reporter 48 Honor Socnety 7 years, Second Degree 48, Torch '45 '46, Semor Chorus 46 47 Dra mattc Club '48 JEAN DE LUCA 'A modert and retiring lan' To better thingr :he ll pass. Honor Society 3 years' Senior Chorus 47' G.A.A. 46 48' Dramatic Club 48. ELLEN MCCORMACK Here :J 4 fnend ro good and ,fue When the J around ue re never blue Semor Chorus 4 years Girl Scouts 1 year Dramatic Club FRED WALTON 'The prerent hour is in my pou er and Jo I will enjoy it. Varsity Choir 48' Band 45 46 47 48' Intra-mural Base- ball 47' lnterclass Basketball 46 47 . GEORGE VAN DUSEN He aluayr get: thmgr done and has lotr of fun Honor Society 7 years Second Degree 2 years Third Degree 1 year Varsity Choir ARTHUR EGLOFF HENRY GROTH Le, W be happy Seen thou 4 man drlsgerzt sn All will yet go well bu b'm'7e5f Honor Society 1 year Camera He :hall Jland before kmg: Club 48 Honor Society 2 years Usher Senior Graduation 4 7 DONALD WAHLQUIST He bar great capaczzy And .rlaftlzng mgaczty In matters .fczenzzfic Class Vice president 46 Hon or Sociery 4 years Senior Chorus 45 Varsity Cheer leader 46 lntra mural Base ball 4 years lmra mural Bas kerball 4 years GEORGE MAIHOFER You can tell bun by the none be doemt make Varsiry Club 48 Inrra mural Softball 47 48 lnterclass Basketball 46 47 48 Var siry Baseball 47 uv GEORGE PAPOVITCH "He'J happy-go-lucky ANN BORCHERS Colden half like Junlzglyt rtreammg Honor Society 3 years Senior Chorus 2 years Torch 3 years GAA 45 Girl Scouts 8 years Dramatic Club 48 ALBERTA HOLSCHER A rpm: that xr indeed amiable and uzllxng Honor Society 2 years Senior Chorus 47' G.A.A. 47 48' Dramatic Club '484 Usher Senior Graduation 47. DONALD FATONE And Jef WU' Plwkl "He make: the mon of his Good natured and of Artistic ir1clif1ali0n." Orchestra '47g Band '46g Boys Chorus '47g Varsity Club '48g Varsity Basketball '48g J.V. Basketball '45, '46, '47g Intra- mural Sofrball 4 yearsg Varsity Baseball 4 years. time." Class Treasurer '45g Honor Society 6 yearsg Senior Chorus '45g lnrra-mural Baseball '45g Interclass Basketball '45, '46, '47, '48, ,-2 Oli. ood milf t... ,C E-. MS' '-0 ,gy Last Wlll and Testament ul '2'.3'.z,,f, ffl 4"l xg if Cf!!! O We the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty eight being of sound body and mind and fully aware of the magnitude of our benevolence do hereby leave these our most cherished possessions to our brothers and sisters of Ardsley High School To the faculty we leave all the trials and tribulations that we have experienced To Mrs Koenlg our faithful adviser we will those jolly jumors To Mr Felter we leave the hope that his son will absorb more knowledge of history than we did I Steve Pannrck leave my seat in his tory to my sister Frances I Ilvie Kamke leave all the fun Ive had to everyone I George Maihofer leave my straight hair to Vic Arone I ohn Crmino leave my job in Fanny s to my brother Salvatore I enme Renda leave my cheery smile to Alan Walker I oe Murray do not bequeath my asthma to anyone I Herb Karl leave my politeness to the kids in next years halls I Rosle Lancellotti leave my crimson blushes to Bob Wood P+ I Ann Borchers bestow my frivolous manner upon oanne Groth 1 Bunny Stafford leave my New Look to ean De Muro I Bert Paolucci give to Dorothy Denari all my knowledge of the bass fiddle I George Papovitch leave the school to someone who will enjoy it more than I I Ellen McCormack leave to Mrs Par sons my giggles Willy Benedict bequeath my dlmlnu tive height to Barbara Slaybaugh Fred Walton leave Kitten to no one not even Edgar Crane Hackett leave my slow and steady walk to some of those future Sophs I Lorraine McHenry leave my ability X V in shorthand to Lillian Papovitch 5 :fx- t0797? I Diane Horend surrender my heartx mi I Don Fatone leave my manly figure to Richard Ward I Lou Pascone leave my basketball ability to someone on next years team I Henry Groth withdraw all my geo metric arguments leaving Mr Kluge more time I Alberta Holscher leave my bowling I Arthur Egloff bestow my string bean figure upon Robert Ullrlch l joan hmerick bequeath my love for Vaughn Monroe to Betty Ann Stone I oan Carson leave my mathematical ability to Charles Buckes I Bobby Van Dusen leave my size 7 shoes to Pop Brown I Mary Mantello leave my willingness to work to Charles De Gulsto Myles Ferris leave my long hair to Mr Kluge ean De Luca leave my quiet man ner to Vito De Nardo I Donny Wahlqulst leave my 100721 in geometry to anyone as lucky I Lou Addoristo leave the school" Period" Witnesses 5055 F'daffg 049 " We IW famffaaaaf U C1 , , , L . . 7 . . - ' ' , I, , U i H . I, , . . , y , ' I I , A " Q9 f s ' . a . ' - X t -T... ' 1. u abilyity to Bessie Pannick. + ' ' . :U 9 l ' pg: . . . . , P 1 X ,J s l , - - , N X X K . . ' f is ,J A v .,.J , ' Xt , J y Y 7 ' W ' . -.1 E . , . Y i 'I f gp -,Nj 7 7 I, ', ' ' x 1 I, , ' - s C s 1 - J 1 . J , . f a g s 95' I , I, i D 1 ' - . ,. . . . Z 7 I - bf 1 ': : -' 'Bn in D I I4 Z QA H8 al ful IGH SCHOO4 Q 3 Q - 2 J it 3 X l'i-l- I5 T Front Row Barbara Slaybaugh Mary McGregor Lxllxan Papovxtch Bessne Panmck Dorothy Jean Denarl Jean Thomas Vxrgmla Grandolfx Geraldxne Pruett Cynthla Spxtz Second Row Jean De Muro Joanne Groth Angela Rutxglan Cbehmdb Jacquelme Rooney Margaret Young Joann Hep pner Cbehmdb Grace Behlen Nancy Schultz Patrxcla Hotallng Anna Sxgnoretta Leonore Kenny Fourth Row Bartley Reuter Vxto Pasquale Henry Cockefur W1ll1am Cook Victor Arone Donald Brennen Un frontl Charles De Gulsto James Horend Fnfth Row Domlmck Fatone Rober Mortlock Fred Maxhofer Wxllxam wllS0l'l Patsy De Nardo Mlchael Wnlmoth jr CLASS OF 1949 Adzfuery Mxss Helen G Robb1e Mrs Constance E Parsons Prefzdent Vzce prendent Vlto Pasquale Bess1e Panmck Treafurer Secretary Mary McGregor Vlctor Arone Reporter Margaret Young Clan Mother Anzslunt Clan Mother Mrs A Denarx Mrs C Muzzey Honor Socxety Members 17 I6 Struckman, Robert Ullrich, Charles Buckes,,Jr., james Wright- Cin ftonrj, Charles Muzzey: Donald , . , . . I Front Row Norma Perxllo Marne Ragone Frances Pannlck Clatte Buckes Dorothy Hotalnng Second Row Beverly Chtlstnano Betty Ann Stone joan Lutz Glorla Petruzzl Richard Ward George Bagge Thlrd Row Kathryn Murray Suzanne Recca Rose Spano Pattrcxa Cleary Leonard Gaarder Robert Wood Fourth Row Edgar Walton Frank Fraretta Vnto De Nardo Henry Woess CLASS OF 1950 Adwrer Mr Frank Kluge Prendent Vzce prerzdent Henry Woessner Beverly Chrrstnano Treaxurer Secretary Robert Wood Berry Ann Stone Reporter Cla1re Buckes : - K .-:ra I IQ Clan Moiher Airman! Clan Mother --'ml ""' Mrs Henry W Woessner Mrs Earl Gaarder Honor SoC1ety Members 10 17 ner, Rudolph Rosler. Absent-Wallage Hennessy, Donald Paterson., l 1,4 P A n::n n :--'az' u ll Front Row joan Garnler Eleanor Wahlqurst Barbara Edelman Barbara Wuestner Ellen McPhee Joan Koster Elame Eaton Second Row Mary Costantmr Patncla Cnstello Josephme Palermo Eileen McHenry Margaret Avery joan Karcher Joan Stohr Thrrd Row Royle Kipp Robert Kamke Lols Carson Vrrgxnla Brennan Geraldxne Cartwrrght jacquelme Blasberg John Yottes Fourth Row James julllerat Thomas Marzella Melvln Redmond John Jones juhus Eglolf Danxel Gorman Fred Ernst W llram Woessner james Welsford Davxd Vlau Wxllnam Fxlomena Rrchard Brennen Patrrck Crrstello llfth Row Russell Brown Alan Walker Walter Schmxdt Gerald Perxllo Snxth Row Warren Maloney Henry Grerner Ted Steenwerth Absent Gregory Scallero CLASS OF 1951 Adllltf Mr Clarence E Felter Prefzdefzf Vzce prerzdbnt ames ju1llerat V1fglHl3 Brennan Treaxzzrer Secrelary Robert lxamke juhus Egloff Clan Mother Arrutant Clan Mother Mrs Joseph Brennan Mrs Melvin Redmond Honor Socxety Members 13 IB I . 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Q QQTIVITIF5 In The Beginning Before we show you what our present day Honor Socxety rs and what rt does suppose we reach back rnto that rugged country west of Bear Mountarn where the rdea was con cerved Rrght after World War l the mountain streams of the Kanowahke Valley were dammed rnto seven lakes and a serres of Boy Scout camps was started rn the wrlderness In charge of one of these camps were two young veterans recently returned from the war Walter G Seely and Arthur W Srllrman full of rdealtsm and enthusrasm Seeklng a means of motrvatrng and recognrzrng personal achrevement and unselfish servrce to the camp they developed rn cooperanon wrth the campers and thexr leaders an emblem whtch so successfully symbolrzed the rdeals of the camp that everyone seemed on hte to earn rt even though one requrrement to make a permanent rmprovement to camp often meant many hours of unselhsh labor When he became prrnclpal of Ardsley Hrgh School rn 1922 Mr Srllrman called to gether the student leaders and wrth therr cooperatron and advrce set up a school program rn the same sprrrt wrth requrrements adapted to school condrtrons embodyrng scholar shlp leadetshrp attendance conduct and servrce to the school Thus the Ardsley Hrgh Honor Socrety was rnstrtuted and the followrng became the first members of this organrzatron Paul Agnano Edward Arm Vrto Barbxerr Raymond Barnett Bennre Brown Ruth Brown Beatrrce Cannrng Constance Clayton Stafford Clayton Angellna DeMuro Conchetta DeRosa Mary DeRosa Mary Geraghty Alvrne Knell Edmund Krauss George Munck Lours Pascone Ruth Roberts Domrnrck Santore john Santore Tony Terrco Gertrude Walter Gardner Welch Florence Wheeler Gwyneth Wrllrams A group known as the Executrve Commrttee first dxrected the actxvttles of the organl zatron These students assrsted rn lunchroom and playground supervrsron and undertook such worthwhrle projects as the erectron of a tennls court the purchase of a radxo and the publrshlng of a Pep Sheet to be sold wrth the Hrgh School News Thus the qualltres of leadershrp were developed In many ways the lrfe of the school was enrlched through the unselfish servrce demonstrated by the Charter Members and by those who followed 20 l l l I I a Q u a . . , . 7 7 Q 1 1 s ' ' 7 3 ' s s a a - . 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Flrsf Degree Seated Nancy Dunbar Robert McK1rgan Carol Rlordan john Young Loulse Qunst Kenneth Acker Second Row Carol Hashagen judy Baker Loretta Arone Annette Scott Margaret Frtzgerald Barbara Nardecchxa Kate Schoenstern Rrchard Arone Rxchard Wtmod Anthony DAnf,elo Robert Schlelpman Kenneth Cauvet Frank -Iazzo Paul Roberts Thxrd Row Ann Wnlmoth Alberta Denarl Heldx Meier Barbara Cannnng Barbara O Leary Laura Pearce Royce Paula Koors Dorothy McPhee Dorene Suthergreen Rrchard Frrsthmann Wrll am Frnger joseph Leach joseph De Nardo Walter Edelman Duncan Wxlson Gerhard Karl MrchaelGrandolf1 Der1Me1er Wzllxam Mooney Thomas Ellxng Thomas Taafle Dommrck Pasquale Fourth Row Barbara Rutrglan Patrxcra Nardecchxa Eleanor Slaybaugh Roberta McGregor Carol Manchester Gall Karcher Jean Brennan Patrxcra Frrschmann Hope Machnna Betty Flamgan Dorothy Young., Betsy Waldemar Natalie Sprno Fnfth Row Stephen Bertman Robert Wood Robert Emerlck Wrllram Flamgan Claudxa Spercher Pauline falace Mottola Evelyn Schmxdt Theresa Curtln Mary Stafford Dorothy Ellmg Charles Muzzey Marjorre Acker janet Calace Mottola jean De Luca Alberta Holscher Patrncra Cheslack Barbara Brennen Ann Huesgen jack Koster Bartlev Reuter Second Degree Front Row Barbara Slaybaugh Dorothy Hotalxng joan Garnrer Clarre Buclxes Margaret Avery Barbara Wuestner Frances Pannrclc Glorra Petruzzr Dorothy Denarr joan Koster Ellen McPhee Second Row Betty Ann Stone Nlary McGregor Roslna Lancellotn Barbara Edelman Geraldrne Pruett Nancy Schultz jean Thomas Bessre Pannrcl-t Angela Rutrglan Anna Sxgnoretta Thlrd Ron Mary Cosrantlm Margaret Xouna Beyerly Chrrsrrano Suzanne Renta Geraldme Cartvyrxght Jacqueline Blasberg Vlrgrnxa Brennan Ft urrh Row james Iuxllerat Robert Lllrxch Fred Ernst . gg, .af :J 5 ' 7 gg.- M1 t W - ,tw .,..3 W - -Msg: if I , as , ,,.,. 4, 1 ,-Wiz, ,.,, . 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FIFSI Degree 'Ivxenty lixc ye tts tgo thc Honor Society consisted ot only one degree this correspond mg to our present Third Degree As the membership incrciscd the need arose for the further rewarding of unselhsh workers and honor students The need for a better character training system to give students in opportunity to think more closely mth their leaders and fellow students and to ht them eventually to be leaders themselves also became apparent Thus the First and Second Degrees were formed At the present time the First Degree includes members of less than live years standing Scholarship attendance and conduct are the key vuords for membership tn the First Degree It is possible to earn membership for the first time in the Thtrd grade Each member must give willingly one hour of service, beyond his regular duties to the school each year First Degree members have the privilege of attending the Annual First Degree Initiattons where for twenty hve consecutive years udge Walter G Seely has delivered inspiring talks filled with suggestions for character building First Degree members also enjoy the annual Honor Society picnic gnc 1 in their honor excry spring Second Degree Membership in the Second Degree norm tlly comes tbout the time of entr 1nce into the high school department Throughout the school ye tr the Second Degree members aid the Third Degree in carrying out the Honor Society program ind thus gradually assume they carry out their pledge of service while at the same time they try to achieve as high a scholastic standard as possible In the spring of each yeir the Second ind Third Degree meet and vote upon members of the Second Degree in order to select nominees for vacancies which may occur in the Third Degree From these nominees the qualified faculty and the Third Degree elect students vnorthy of one of the highest honors in our school membership in the Third Degree Third The Third Degree, consisting of ten or more mem bers constitutes the executive body of the Honor Society These students chosen for letdership and character with their adviser tilee charge of the var1 ous activities connected with the organization At the close of each year they recommend ny changes deemed desirable so that the Honor Society lives and grows with the needs of the school Life mem bership is conferred upon Third Degree members upon graduation Life members consider it a privilege to return at least once a yetr to encourage and help the rising generation Degree Throughout this twenty fifth year the Third De gree has attempted to give its best with Miss Helen G Robbie serving faithfully as adviser We decorated the high school hills for the Christmas holidays wtth xwreathes and posters and we sponsored a picnic for those stud nts xx ho lned up to the Honor Societys creed Our rrost important work however, has been that of training and initiating students to the higher rmles of the society so that vhen it is time for us to leaxe me will be able to transmit our school to those xx ho follovt better than it was transmitted to us 22 ' f. wh' V. vu K-A y . S 7. V - . A 1 . . .7 1- - , aa- A 4 ' A ' 11 ' A , 4 - , , ' ' K A Y V I A I . 2 ' , . U K K ' greater responsibility. By assisting at the initiations and aiding the school in other ways, , . . . , ' , , S L .. '. , ' 1 i . I ' i ti I . . . Y. 1 N f .- .7 A 1 . . . t , e H l i 1 , . i c ' , Tlurcl Degree Seated Lmberto Paolucci joan Carson Willard Benedict joan Emenck Crane Hackett Vice president Florence De Feo Evelyn Kamke President Miss Helen G Robbie Adviser Jennie Renda Recording Secretary Robert Van Dusen Lorraine McHenry Corresponding Secretary Joseph Murray Cynthia Spitz Herbert Karl First Assumption of Responsibility First Row Peter Ledwith Betty De Nardo Sam Scott jean Seeler Valerie DAndrea David Purdy Grace Barbieri Donald Skinner jane Shurtltff Donald Peterson Frank lin Schmidt Richard Eaton john Rell Virginia Grandolfi David Skinner Barbara Cauvet Andrew Kalmykow Franklin Cimmo Christie Bradley Judith Goodwin George Salerno Margot Moore john Canning Marguerite Uman Billy Hoffmann jay Mayer Peggy Ann Reuter Catherine Santore 23 i I' ' -w 1 I A I ' I ' l A . A' I, , Q A - , : E . xl ' n , , 2 , . - qi. i V' 7. V D 1 I ! D ' ! . . , . ' ' . ,. . I , . . , - Maurer, Patricia Hotaling, Gail Kurkela, Myles Ferris. On Stage-Philip Miter, Nancy 7 1 I I . Y , . Y o 4 ,' ' Y, Q , . . - ',Q I an ' I x I X 'L Honor Society Chronology The first mrnutes of the Ardsley Honor Socrety to appear rn the secretarys book bear the date june 5 929 Belrevrng that many of our readers would enyoy remrnlscrng a lxttle the staff has complled a chro nology of some of the outstandmg events October 10 1929 Helen Berthelson rs elected presrdent of the Honor Socrety January 18 1930 At the Srxth Annual Banquet Ltfe Membershtps are awarded to past presrdents Ethel Zotz Ruth Brovtn and Vrto Barbrerr Gold torches are presented to Mrs Mary E M Qulmby and Mrs Emrly A Ehler for thelr untrrmg service to the soctety October 8 1930 May Berthelson becomes presr dent for two terms Mrs Flmt 1S chosen advrser january 31 1931 The Seventh Annual Banquet guests wrtness the awardrng of a gold torch to Mrs F mt Aprtl 15 1931 The newly formed Second Degree wrll conslst of about seven students lrmtted to thtrd year members who have best exemplified Honor Socrety rdeals Aprtl 30 1931 Prtncrpal Slllrman prestdes at first meetxng of the Second Degree December 5 1931 At the Erghth Annual Banquet surprrse awards are made to Mlss Buell and Mr Horend February 8 1932 The Honor Socrety rs to be drvrded xnto a Junror and Semor section December 17 1932 At the Nrnth Annual Ban quet surprrse awards are presented to Mrs Chester Slocum and Mrs Ben Ferguson October 25 1932 Lrlltan Codlup new president june 16 1933 Crtrzenshrp cards to be adopted for hrgh school October 10 1933 Students wrll select a memorral picture rn honor of the late Mrs Qurmby October 14 1933 Alvm Brown presrdent December 9 1933 Annual Banquet at whrch Hon orary Membershxp IS conferred upon Mrss Tryon Mrs Farnham Mr Ken Brown Mrs Berthelson Mrs Shaw October 1 1934 Helen Morse to be presldent December 8 1934 One hundred erghty five persons served at Annual Banquet Miss Hapgood teacher of French and Mlss Edwards honored wtth Gold Torches March 29 1935 Poxnt system for awards ts rn augurated November 8 1935 Laura Brown embarks on three year term as presrdent Mrs Fllnt conttnues as advlser December 14 1935 Honorary Memberships go to Mtss Robbte and Mrs Kreutz March 12 1936 An Executrve Commlttee to be known as the Thrrd Degree rs organized December 14 1936 Mrs Flmt resigns as advxser Mrs Farnham succeeds December 19 1936 Forty etght pupils are ad mrtted to membershnp Certrhcate of Lrfe Member shrp rs presented to Mrs Flmt rn recognttton of her long and fatthful servlce Surprise award to Mrs Parsons December 17 1937 Gold Torches are awarded to Mxss Davrs and Mrs DeN1ke january 19 1938 The Thrrd Degree wrll publish a Pep Sheet to be sold wrth Hrgh School News December 7 1938 Freda Wrlle accepts presrdency December 15 1938 Mr Thomas receives Hon orary Membership May 4 1939 New procedure 15 adopted tn regard to selectron of Thrrd Degree members Second Degree members to nomtnate qualrfred faculty to vote May 11 1939 Mrs Arthur Sllllman rs made an Honorary Member October 9 1939 Ruth Gubler takes gavel of presrdent December 1 1939 Forty puprls are mttxated tnto First Degree Mlss Wesp recerves Gold Torch September 25 1940 Edwin Wheeler rs elected presrdent Miss Robbre IS chosen advtser October 9 1940 Miss Conkltn rs honored with Llfe Membershlp Mr Duke becomes Honorary Member September 17 1941 Anna Agnano elected presr dent October 17 1941 Lrfe Membershxp IS awarded to Mrss Davrs rn recognrtron of her servrce beyond the lme of duty Surprise awards go to Mrs Hatfield Mr Wrlmoth and Mr Vlncent September 22 1942 Organrzatron meetmg finds Roslna Mantello new presrdent she serves two years October 21 1942 Hon Walter G Seely IS the speaker at the Annual Inrttatron for the twentreth consecutive year Mrs Gubler and Mrs Brown be come Honorary Members Felt emblems wlth rnsrgnra to be used rnstead of bronze medals November 20 1942 Emerson Vrrden becomes edrtor rn chref of The Torch a new hrgh school paper December 16 1942 The Thrrd Degree wtll assrst with Supplement whrch wtll be publrshed rn connec tron wrth School News This supplement wtll be of rnterest to servrce men and therr famtlxes june 18 1943 High school requtrements for mem bershtp are revrsed More stress on leadershrp and parttcrpatron rn extra currrcular actrvrtres May 9 1944 Mrs Flrnt retrrrng rn June to be honored wrth tea September 27 1944 Mary Lou Neylan presrdes at first meetmg of the year October 10 1944 Mrs MacLeod and Mrs Spercher recerve awards for unselfish servrce October 24 1944 A frame to contam names of servtce men ts presented rn memory of Vmcent Mantello May 22 1945 Service News Letter rs belng wrrt ten by Thrrd Degree grrls September 19 1945 Robert Arone succeeds to the presrdency October 24 1945 Mrs Charles P Benedrct and Mrss Egbertson become Honorary Members September 19 1946 Carmrne Mobrlra assumes presrdency june 11 1947-Over frfty llfe members gather to welcome new Thrrd Degree members and to honor Mr Stllrman on hrs twenty fifth anniversary as prrn crpal of Ardsley Hrgh School October 10 1947 Evelyn Kamke rs elected prest dent Mrss Robbre rs again chosen advrser November 19 1947 The Twenty fifth Annual Int tratron rs celebrated Hon Walter G Seely and Mrs Constance Parsons recerve Lrfe Membershrp Certrfi cates Mrs john Dunbar becomes an Honorary Mem er I 1 -' ' ' . , . , 1 . , - 1 ' 7 , . , ' , , 1 . 1 1 1 '- 1 -' s 1 1 ' ' v ... g 1 ' s . . . . , . . - , 1 1 1 - ' ' , .. , -- . l . , - , .- , . 4 . 4 , , . , . . 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Muslc The Musrc Department rs playmg an rmportant part rn the school and the communrty Numerous actrvmes both rn and out of school, have contrlbuted much enjoyment musical learnlng and development to the partxcrpatlng puplls and to the apprecxatrve Ardsley audrences The largest garn was realrzed when another teacher was added to the musxc staff Mrss O Donnell has ennched the grade musrc program mth her excellent teachmg and has carrred her wrnnmg manner to the Senror Chorus wh1ch she conducts The newly organ1zed Varsrty Chorr has establrshed rtself as one of the out standmg performnng groups of the department They have presented programs for socral organrzatrons PTA , and school assemblles and have vlsrted other schools Plans are under way for a system of aw ards wh1ch wrll be the prrde of all el1g1ble students Any student who can qualrfy wrll be eltgnble for member shrp ID an organlzatron made up of the students who h1ve recerved the hrghest awards Eventually rt 15 planned to have a semor mixed cholr wh1ch w1ll pre pare new members for the Varsrty Chorr The progress of both the lv md and the orchestrx ns very evldent thrs year Parucrpatmg students have galned a real understandmg of xnstrumental per formance and have begun to malee up 1 definite nucleus for outstandmg orches tral md band development A strong gr ide lnstrumental program IS under way shovung exery promxse of elrnlng Ardsley 1 rcputrtron for superror per An evrdent IHICFCSI tn xocal tramrng has dexeloped Into el uly cl tss mstructron for thrrty SIX boys and grrls The hope of thrs group IS to feel at home when presentrng interesting song l1ter1ture Stlge presence muslclmshlp eonfldence and solo perform tncc are the ultlmate goll of this cl Iss Once agarn the members of the deptrtment htd the opportunrty to pzrtrcr pate rn All Stlte Sectronrl Music Festnals xnd All Stlte OFEQIHIZIIIOHS Pllns are under way for 1 productlon of 1 musrcal extr IX aglnzz thls sprung md worle IS also under way for partlcrpatlon rn All State Competxtxon These thrngs can only become a realrty to tll concerned through conscxentlous effort on the part of everyone Gfuns we mtlee thls yerr xxrll show rn the development of our musrcal educatron and enjoyment 25 O ' a , L 1 ' ' ' I 1 1 A A 1 A 1 A. . I 1 C ' L - 1 1 A ' 4 1 I 1 1 Q . K 1 4 ' I I 1 ' a A 1 U V 1 A ra 1 1 D A ' 2 - K C C C ' 1 4 1 A 1 A k 3 1 ' I . l K , , , ,. . 2 I , 2 , formmg muslcal orgamzatrons. I ' A 1 ' J , ' ' , 1 , ' , ' 1 , ' ' K S C - I I 4 as 1 I . A . I g 1 1 A A 4 'L . 'I1 I ' A J 1 . 1 , 4 , , 2 . K . A , . 2 Q 1 t r . A ' A 1 - z ' z - . 1 A A ' 1 V - 3 ' y 1 1 1 1 ' 1 I 1 C C S L K C C . I , - ' ' 1 , ,1 , , ' ' . 1 m 1 c 1 4 1. c 1. L, 4 C C 1 l 1 'A A . 4 I 1 L L e ' 14 1 1 . '11 ri v I , , y 1 G K l 'mn BAND X CLARINETS james jurllerat Paul Roberts Robert Rell Barbara Brennen Robert Hamrl ton Donald Raab TUBA Charles Muzzey Donald Btennen MELLOPHONES Davtd Skrnner jack Koster PERCUSSION joan Koster Dorothy jean Denan James Horend Charles De Gunsto ELUTES VlfglHla Brennan Carol Hashagen TRUMPETS Crane Hackett Fred Walton Charles Buckes Rrchard Arone Domrnrck De Luca Charles Rrccr TROMBONES Kathryn Murray joseph Leach STRING BASS Umberto Paoluccr TWIRLERS Barbara Wuestner Ellen McPhee Barbara Edelman Dolores Garnret josephxne Palermo CONDUCTOR Mr M C Vmcent ORCHESTRA VIOLINS Davrd Skxnner, Lots Carson, joan Koster, jacquelrne Blasberg, Jean Cole, Laura Pearce, Nancy Dunbar, joseph De Nardo, Walter Edelman CELLOS Claudna Spercher, Eleanor Slaybaugh STRING BASS Dorothy jean Denatl PERCUSSION james I-Iorend, Charles De Gursto FLUTES Vrrgrnra Brennan, Carol Hashagen CLARI NETS james jurllerat, Paul Roberts TRUMPET Crane Hackett TROMBONE Kathryn Murray PIANO Geraldine Pruett, Nancy Schultz, Suzanne Recca CONDUCTOR Mt M C Vmcent 26 "'gi--nga I 1 ' ' : ... f I 5 1, f' .,.'4 A,. i . x . ' . A 4 ,34 was 1 ' H 1 - f' .e.,v,?f' g .1 fif- "-,A":"9fq' , 1 . . A1-Q, ,A . t f , X .. I Y 7 Y U - , . . , . : 3 ' 7 ! Y . . , . : U Y 7 D Y ' . , . . . - , , , , 5 ' , ig: ft , :st - , I t :Z K , t ft C Q! B VARSITY CHOIR Front Row George Van Dusen Ellen McPhee Mary Stafford jean Thomas Barbara Edelman Joan Emerxck Nancy Schultz Vrrgmxa Brennan Joan Carson Evelyn Kamke Vrce presxdent joan Koster Lrllran Papovrtch Donald Brennen Second Row Royle Kipp james Welsford Theodore Steenwerth Rudolph Rosler james Horend Wrlltam Cook Myles Ferns Presrdent Charles Buckes Charles Muzzey joseph Murray Fred Walton Robert Kamke Mr M C Vrncent Dxrector SENIOR CHORUS Front Row Claxre Buckes Eleanor XVahlqu1st Lots Carson Dorothy Denarr Ann Yottes jean Cole Ellen McPhee Eleanor Slaybaugh Dorothy Ellmg Second Row joan Stohr Patncra Crrstello Josephme Palermo Margaret Avery Joan Karcher Joan Garnrer Geraldxne Cartvsrrght Theresa Curtm Barbara Brennen Patrrcra Frrschmann Miss ODonnell Dtrector Thrrd Row Sue Jardm jacquelrne Blasberg Maryorre Acker Jean De Luca Suzanne Recca Barbara Slaybaugh Cynthza Sprtz Kathryn Murray Patricia Hotalnng Dorothy Hotalmg Fourth Row Marne Ragone Mary Costanttm Leonore Kenny Etleen Mc!-lenrs Barbara Wuesrner Grace Behlen Ann Borchers Ellen McCor mack Barbara Edelman Claudxa Spercher 27 mxrnlmlf y frm". 1 5 , 1 53' ff 'L -I 'J "Ll 1' 1 I .il f . ,2- rV'..f f . s V "Z 'S ? l . 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Q. 3 5 5 .Ely H I ,- .3 " .,' ,.1,,T', . ,.., r, .,..v,,H .. , U, , ,, .ff T, L . , 1 L an 1 0 v 9 7 1 v 1 ' Y V ' L , y 1 r y 1 , , . n P ' i Y D ! r - y y 1 A - f v - V Y y ,lv y v 7 . r y - SPORTS GAA Our G A A season rolled mto actron thrs Septem ber when a mass meetlng was called at whrch the glrls elected their offrcers Evelyn Kamke took the presrdents chart and oan Lutz prcked up the sec retary s pencrl Wrth electrons out of the way the volleyball season was opened by frfty four grrls the largest group ever to partxclpate rn one sport Frve teams were soon ready to enter a serres of fast movrng snappy tourna ments tn whrch each team fought good naturedly but earnestly for vrctory Wrth marvelous team work and batted rtself rrght mto the wmners seat undefeated Four eager ready for anythrng teams entered the soccer season each wrth an ultrmate goal rn mrnd the soccer crown The grrls fought wlth sprrrt and when Alberta Holschers Powerhouse rolled ahead to take the vrctory the season ended amxd congratula trons and antrcrpatron for next years soccer tourna ment Anxlous to begm therr favorrte wrnter sport the glrls organrzed five basketball teams Old Man Snow forced the first game to be postponed but the forty five grrls who have entered mto the competrtron promrse a full hard fought fast movmg season une will brmg the end of our sports year but no matter what our score may be rt wont be whether weve won or lost but how weve played the game' BOYS ATHLETICS On November 3 1947 forty two candrdates an swered the call for basketball practrce After two weeks of dr1ll the cut was made twenty boys were retamed Coach Brown welcomed Mr Kluge as jumor Varslty Coach and now each squad has a man rn charge The newly formed rnter scholastrc league pre sents a challenge to the boys and as thrs magazrne goes to press we are holdxng our own wnth other league schools The scores for the 1947 48 Varsrty Basketball season are Ardsley 4 Ardsley a Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley Ardsley New York School for thc Dc-lf Yorktown lrvmgton Dobbs Ferry Hendrrck Hudson New York School for the Deaf Elmsford Tuckahoe Croton Irvrngton Dobbs Ferry Hendrrck Hudson Elmsford Bronxvrlle The Physrcal Educatxon Department conducts a pro gram of mstructron and tournaments rn the followmg sports Softball lnlra Mural Bafketball Toucb Football Interclarr Bafketball Running Badmznlon Volleyball Ping Pong Sbujle Board Foul Slaootzng Bareball Pbyrzcal F :inert Tertr All the boys rn the hrgh school are encouraged to partlcrpate rn one or several of the above actxvrtres Sportsmanshrp farr play courtesy and team work are stressed rn all actrvrtres Each boy has an opportunrty to enter the varlous tournaments and all wrnners are awarded pms at the annual sports assembly CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders have been out to every game thrs year regardless of exams transportatron or any other prtfall supportrng the team and cheerxng them on to a hugh place rn the league standmg and on to the County Center ' ' 40 ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' C2 T T T l . , 46 T TT T ' - , J - 49 . A v 57 T T T T T T - r T 42 a H ' n ' 51 ' T TT T V . ' 1 ' T T T .T T T U D ' 3 57 ' T T - 27 TTTT TT T TTTT TT T TTTT T 5Pififv Barbara SlaYbaU8h'5 team lumPed ahead and Ardsley 47 Croton TTTTT TTTT ' U , ' H ,- - 56 ' J 1 ' I 7 3 28 Varsity Basketball From Row Wlllard Benechct Louis Addorxslo Steven Panmck Louls Pascone Second Row Kenneth Brown Coach umor Varslty Basketball A Front Row Robert Kamke Thomas Marzella Julrus Eglcfl Frank Fraxetta Edgar Walton Gerald Penllo Second Row Rrchard Ward Manager of the jumor Varsrq Nr Frank Kluge Coach Vrctor Arone James Horend Wxllnam Wxlson Parsx De Nardo Vnto De Nardo Henry Gremer Henry Woessner Assnsram Manager 29 'Tl "1 2. 5' O -5 0 'V Z w D nw UD ro F' C 3 U' n 3 O 'U xv 9. c rw Q 'I rn 71 U' ro -. F. 71 m 1 Z E U' m fl :- 5 2 'J' Z 'i rn CA T VI 'U 51' Z 'I A lgglr A . j L , .a l y . ' . y h . , ' I , . ' N - s A I ' ' 1 Q : x I f mmhuum' GAA lx,- S -'Nx ,- Frrst Row Josephme Palermo Dorothy Hotalrng Clarre Buckes joan Garnrer Barbara Wuestner Glorra Petruzzr Dorothy Denarr joan Stohr Elarne Eaton joan Koster Ellen McPhee Second Row Betty Ann Stone Joanne Groth Sue jardm Beverly Chrxstrano Barbara Edelman Frances Panmck Barbara Slaybaugh Thnrd Row Peggy Avery Evelyn Kamke Presrdent joan Emerrck Florence De Feo Joan Lutz Secretary Jean De Muro Norma Perrllo jacquelrne Rooney V1rg1n1a Brennan Jacqueline Blasberg Fourth Row joan Karcher Elleen McHenry Mary Costantmr Grace Behlen Angela Rutrglan Lrllran Papovlrch Margaret Young Cynthla Sprtz Suzanne Recca Alberta Holscher jennre Renda jean De Luca Eleanor Wahlqutst Leonore Kenny Patrrcxa Hotalrng Fnfth Row Lorrarne McHenry Mary McGregor Patrxcta Cleary 3 , , Fire Team Fife' V Cheer leaders IFSIIW Cheerleaders Front Row Margaret Avery Josephrne Palermo Second Row Marne Ragone Evelyn Kamke Dorothy Hotalrng Leonore Kenny Angela Rutrglan Captam Patrrcra Hotalxng Panmck Co captarn Frances Panmck Kneelxng Lnllran Co captam Ellen McPhee vrtch Captarn 30 Bessre Papo . . . , ,K P , A I3 f' " .. x ' - ' - s N A u ' V "- X Q ' f' - '. fd 5 l K' V , 4 -f " , V k V ' .- D U I ! V ' D I V 7 U i , , , , - , D h , - Q 7 1 3 D 7 Geraldine Pruett, Marie Ragone, Nancy Schultz, jean Thomas, Anna Sxgnoretta, Bessie Pannick, H , - - , , , I 5 I , . - y . . , , i . 7 . y , I h ,D 1 , - , , . . , Y ' 1 7 3 ' Q O O 0 ' A ' e .Q . . . , , 3 ' ' ' w V A 1 ' I I , 1 1 ' . ' l 2 4 V - I Q ' Seated Lrllran Papovrtch jean De Muro Presrdent Stand mg Bessre Pannrck Cynthra Sprtz Evelyn Kamke Secretary Treasurer Absent Mrss Grace Roll Advrser Sports Club The opemng of school found the members of the Sports Club well rested and anxious to start an actrve and excrtmg year At the first meetmg jean DeMuro was elected Presrdent and Evelyn Kamke Vlce presrdent and Secretary The Club rs composed of flve members whose dutres are to referee G AA games to sponsor play days and to partrcrpate m outsrde actrvmes Our frrst actrvrty was a Play Day to which members of the Western Westchester League were lnvxted Bowlmg and a brke rrde to Trbbetts Park proved most enjoyable pastrmes The grrls expect to attend a hockey and a basketball game at Madison Square Garden durmg the season We would lrke to express our apprecratron to Mnss Roll our advrser for the help and gurdance whlch she has grven so wrllrngly Varsrty Club Seated Myles Ferns Secretary Treasurer Lours Addorrsro Lours Pascone Presrdent Steven Pannrck Standmg Umberto Paoluccr George Marhofer Mr Brown Advrser Mrchael Wrlmoth Publrcrty Manager John Crmmo Absent George Papovrtch The second year of the Varsrty A Club rn Ardsley Hrgh School frnds the club con srstmg of the above nme boys and therr advrser Thrs club whose membership IS exclu sxvel r for those who have earned a varsrty A rn major sports has been organrzed for three reasons lirst to brrng together socrally all boys who have earned a varsrty letter second to brmg about rmprovements around the school and to be of service to the school thrrd to assrst whenever possrble wrth assembly programs Q. - ., D . - 'J ,y . V v l . . . , , X . , . . . x 1 ' x n - ' - v I v s ' . - , . I . r V 2, ,' . s . , I s . ip . . . Q ,. - - . . , A. .U , I Q I fl t. V I ' V , 1: il 9 .x l' t Q ' ' .' .- - " 't 1 . . ' v d 1 . 4 - A 1 ' - 9 a, , 9 A 1 - D H- , , . , Q , Q . - . - .r n - - , - , , - X Y - rr H - - - , a - , 1 y Q y Y - Journallsm Club The journallsm Club was organxzed thxs year because of two reasons One was the deslre of a group of students led by Robert Mortlock and Bartley Reuter for more clubs tn the school and the journallsm Club seemed to be one that was wanted The other reason was the rnterest 1n school newspapers that some students got from studyxng news papers m thetr Englrsh classes The frrst two nssues came out wlthout a name and wxth a profit The Club members debated about many names and then chose one suggested by the art edxtor Grace Behlen The students are now famxltar wrth Salt and Pepper The Staff follows Edrtor rn Chxef Dlane Horend Asststant Edltor Charles Muzzey Managrng Editor Bartley Reuter Make up Edrtor Robert Ullrrch Busmess Manager Dorothy Denarn Club Secretary Jacquelxne Blasberg Sports Edltor Wllllam Cook Art Edntor Grace Behlen Adxvser Mr Paul Koors Camera Club Thls year under the able d1rect1on of Mr Hartman the Ardsley Hlgh School Camera Club started operatnons wrth ten members Our first project was to recondmon the darkroom and nts equxpment and to start constructnon of a new darkroom When thxs was completed we started to look for new fields to conquer Through thrs club we hope to attam a better understandmg of photography and a better knowledge of cameras El Clrculo Espanol El Crrculo Espanol hopes to have an rmportant place m the extra currtcular actrvxtxes of our school Mlss Helen Robble the clubs advxser and the students of Spanlsh have planned many lnterestmg meetmgs The purpose of thus club IS to broaden the knowledge of the use of Spanxsh and to acquamt the members more fully wrth the land and customs of Spam Mexlco and South Amerxca The club conslsts of two sections The ofhcers of the Senlor group are Geraldtne Pruett Presndent and Barbara Slaybaugh Secretary Treasurer The frrst year students chose Leonore Kenny Presldent and Henry Woessner Secretary Treasurer Dramahc Club In the fall of 1947 the Ardsley Dramatnc Club came mto bemg After drawlng up a constttutron the group elected the followmg ofhcers President Myles Ferns Vtce presr dent ennle Renda Secretary Patrlcta Hotalmg Treasurer B1ll Cook A play readmg commlttee under the guldance of Mrs Koenxg adv1ser of the club selected two one act plays for assembly producnon Most of the ensunng meetlngs have been devoted to try outs for the plays Desprte dxfhcultres ln flndmg the t1me and avallable place for meenngs the club has progressed The program commxttee has outlnned many mterestmg topxcs to be covered IU future meetrngs such as make up stage scenery castmg and stage ltghtmg In add1t1on the group hopes to see a Broadway producnon before the school year IS over 32 o , . 1 1 ' - - - .. 11 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' ' 1 ' 1 n ' 1 1 , . ' 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' - Q ' 1 1 ' ' 1 J 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 - Y . . Junror Student Buuncn Seated Henry Woessner joan Emerrclc Secretary Vrto Pasquale Bessre Pannrck joseph Murray Treasurer Bcvcrly Chrrstrano Vrce Presrdent Vtrgrnra Brennan james jurllerat jean De Muro Myles Ferrrs Presrdent btandrng Evelyn Kamke Crane Hackett The Student Councrl or governrng body of the school has been orgamzed thrs year on a servrce basrs Membershrp IS composed of representatrves from the classes and the other school organrzatrons It rs the duty of each member to do whatever he deems neces sary to ard the school The group sponsored several assembly programs whrch were thot oughly enjoyed by the student body The countrl endeavored and we hope succeeded rn makrng Mrss Ann Vogts vrsrt more rnterestrng by placrng ourselves at her drsposal Mr Felter acted as our advrser Left to Rrght jane Shurtleff Vrce Presrdent Barbara Nardecchra Secretary Davrd Skrnner Peter Sprno Treasurer Barbara Curran Domrnrck Pasquale Presrdent Absent Mr Arthur W Srllxman Advrser The junror Student Councrl under the gurdance of Mr Srllrman ts composed of the followrng Leonard Smrth and Barbara Curran of Grade 3 jane Shurtleff of Grade 4 Barbara Nardecchra of Grade D Peter Sptno Royce Paula Koors and Alberta Denarr of Grade 6 and Domrnrck Pasquale of Grade 7 Durrng the past year the Councrl furnrshed a movrng prcture program for the grade assembly and held a flower and pumpkrn show where prrzes were ave arded for the best entrres Another fall actrvrty was the trrp to the Bronx Zoo The Council IS now gettrng ready for 1 seed sale ln une rt vull sponsor 1 Color Gu trd Contest and the xx rnners vull be rnvrted on a trrp financed by the Councrl 33 . . 4.2 ' x 2. 3 '- n . 3, . - . 2. V I ' V - A t . 'Q 1 , 1 ' " . ' ' 1 , v 1 u - 7 1 - 1 , ' 3 3 1 V w "-331123 , r 'nrt 1 ' n -. lv . ., k , . A -- is r xxx 'X r t Q gl X ' - ' 1 . . . Q r . . . , . Y ' 1 ' 7 l 7 5 ! , . y 1 . v v I V V 1 . Y M . -. . 7 . 1 v - I 'A . . 1 r. V. 1 . . . , Student Buuncn Boy and Explorer Scouts The Boy Scouts started this year with a very successful Father and Son Dinner at which Leopoldo Figarella from Venezuela was guest of honor. Then during Boy Scout Week in February they took over the village offices at a Board meeting. Last summer four boys, out of a total membership of eighteen, attended summer camp. The Explorer Scouts won a trophy at the U N Week in Tarrytown for their quiet mannerly assistance They have a total membership of exght boys from which they have formed a basketball team this plays other scout teams The scouts from both troops wish to thank their scoutmasters Mr Harold LeCount of the Boy Scouts and Mr Reuben Cook of the Explorer Scouts for the commendable jobs they have done during the past year The scouts all hope that this year they will have as many interesting activities as last and that the Cub Scouts their younger brothers will also have a successful year First Row joseph Leach William Finger Robert Hamilton Richard Bell Andrew Kalmykow Jay Mayer Warren Townsend Peter Ledwith Bruce Boyd Second Row David Purdy Gerhard Fred Arone Third Row Robert McK1rgan Thomas Elling Sam Scott Franklin Cimino Philip Cimmo Donald Skinner Franklin Schmidt Donald Peterson Cubs Increasing interest in the Cub Scout program is evidenced by fifteen new members in the past year Pack 5 now has six Dens of fire or more Cubs each and a full comple ment of Den Chiefs from the Boy Scout Troop Activity displays at the Pack meetings have dellghted visitors and the display of Thanksgiving scenes placed in the window of the First Nattonal Bank drew considerable attention With the help of the new Cub Master the Den Mothers and others assisting in the work of this program the Cub Scout Committee looks forward to a larger membership and increased activities 34 v V Q D ' , ' ' , 7 Q . Karl, Philip Miter, William Bell, Peter-Spino, Duncan Wilson, joseph De Nardoj Walter, Edelman, Glrl Scouts Front Row Grace Behlen jean Thomas Margaret Flanngan Barbara Canmng Lounse Qulst Nancy Dunbar Ruby Morettl Dorothy McPhee Carol Rrordan Carol Hashagen Carolyn Davtes Caryl Huesgen Barbara Wetzel Anna Mane Gorman joan Koster Jacquellne Blasberg Geraldlne Cartwright Second Row Mrs Paul Baker Ann Borchers Peggy Ann Reuter Kate Schoenstem Joyce Bloomfield Loretta Arone Annette Scott Hope Machma Dorene Suthergreen Betty Flanxgan Hexdr Meter Judy Baker Lols Carson Eleanor Wahlqulst Thrrd Row Ruth Seeler Roslna Mobxlxa Laura Pearce Alberta Denarr Ann Wtlmoth Royce Paula Koors Annette Boylan Evelyn Staff Natalxe Spmo Betty Ann Brennen Marlanne Werthetm Fourth Row Dorothy Denan josephme Palermo Helga Nordm jean Brennan Ga1l Karcher Helene Ryan Mary Murr Dolores Garmer Jean Cole Betsy Waldemar La Verne Ward Mrs Harold Le Count Frfth ow Claxre Buckes Dorothy Hotalxng Marjorle Acker Joan Karcher Margaret Avery Al1ce Ward Janet Calace Mottola Annette Gxmbel Eleanor Slaybaugh Ann Huesgen Margaret Fitzgerald Betty McCracken Top Row Joan Garmer Ellen McPhee Barbara Wuestner Barbara Edelman Marguente Ryan Gail Kurkela Barbara Maurer Kathryn Murray Dorothy Ellxng Patrxcta Hotalmg Paulme Calace Mottola Leonore Kenny Barbara Berlmd Our progress thns year rs due to the wrdespread adult mterest rn Gul Scoutmg m Ardsley Much trme thought and assxstance have been gnven the grrls by the mothers the leaders and last but not least our sponsors the Ardsley Lions Club We are very grateful to all We stlll uphold our slogan Every glrl m Ardsley a Glrl Scout and work steadlly toward the hundred percent mark Plans for clothxng knts for abroad constltute our mternatxonal servxce thrs year We are maklng up three complete outfits Semors a layette for a small baby Intermedlates for a chlld twelve years old and Btownles for a child seven years old Our local servxce extends to hosprtals orphanages and needy famxlles m nearby areas 35 Brownies Front Row Mrs Chester Slaybaugh Margo Roberts Marnanna Karl Gretel Mestern Suzanne Maurer Robm Willson Marxlyn Wetzel Helen Hammlton Catherme Santore Greta Gremer Barbara Gardmer Marguerrte Uman Barhara Curran Second Row jenme Barger Margot Moore Lynne Nevmger Prrscrlla Young Ruth Ann Pearce Nancy Cauver Dorothy Gourovrtch Merrram Baker Marne Mack Patrrcxa Hulbert Lalann Schoenstern Mrs Arthur Karcher Thxrd Row Carol McKeough Chrrstxe Bradley Mary jane Flamgan Louxse De Nardo Elneta Calhoun Catherrne Rotxrotr Vrrgmxa Duke Catherme Heckler Lourse Medovxch Phyllrs Wenss Grace Barbren hagen Theresa Cappetta Marta Ann McMurtr1e Elrzabeth Anne Rooney Flo Sheldon Drane Guc kenbrehl Pamela Hutchrnson Phyllrs Fattorr Sally Sage Mrs Fred McMurtr1e Top Row Mrs Harold Moore jean Seeler Valerre DAndrea judrrh Goodwnn Cynthra Proske jane Shurtleff Ruth Ann Mooney Trudy Taaife Mrs Bartley Reuter Jane Mayer Ring Around o Rosy Left to Right Mlss N Bloxsom Noreen Ashley Edgar Brennen Mary Ann Russo Vxrgnnna Becktolcl joseph Powell Ann Ledvnth Pamela Chalmers Tony Waldur Catherme Cassano Davrd Tldaback Bruce Zmck Mark Machma Davrd Nugent Bonnue Boyd Nelson Hoy Susan Suther green Susan Walther Vnrgrma Rosler 36 . .i . ' . , . y I . , . , . , . , Y y . , l . , . . Y D 1 , , . v . Y - . , ' . l Y . ' y D ' u ' a - - ' ' . . , . . A , . ,. I . , . . 7 . . . , ,,,, Mrs. Bruce Cauvet. Fourth Row-Mitzi O'Leary, Joyce Medovich, Bernadette Strachan, Joyce Has- s, ,. . . , Y . , . - Y 1 I 3 . O 2 I ' A. ' ! 1 , 3 I i 3 . . - . . , Y' i - , 1 1 lr ' - ' , ' ' Y' -fm' HAPPY BIQTHDA Y IVOHNNIE 3 +3 +3-1-4 6 Xi. h.,..x,f M wax 5 SEL? GRADES 19,2 ,f W " - V -Exif!! i - S A ins,-N E:- -QQ :-ze- ll lg-I Yx jr L '-'f-Fff' 0 0 If W ' in ' A , N'-Ye? ' -A Sk:-FK ' ' I 1 . Qu .ww 0ifQ1,aki1L ' 1 N - N .-.- - ,fy 3'-.571 f - ? 4 ? -S.:-wg, . - .' 1-l - X, -.lLq"' . . jeu I 1 '-K-.Q-fa. I ,f 4 i 'fa-E ff .11 - 7 l! 'WZ' I ',..-if :.: S " ' " ,3 13, - if-.IG Q., Q35 ' . -, -, 1 9 -:'f ,.: :T - -4 I . .- ' Cf' - , x. v1'..i,':,Sx, , X ' ' 5 -A .xr ' J ' ' , g.-0.31, Q- +G X i -A . 5 -,-,,.- .-. X 2 . 5' Q, X -Q .1 X ' :4."? i ,.' -' 0 , ' ' I -f I , H 'K' Da ' , If , X Y --H+ f N xv N . Q X N Qs, . tg ,, v , , , . , 5 x Q,-V , ,, Front Row jean Cole Dolores Garmer Eleanor Slaybaugh Anne Yottes Patrrcxa Cheslack Mary Fraxetta Paullne Calace Mottola josephme De Rocha Second Row Lester Rxordan Bxlly Flanlgan Patrlcxa Frxschmann Janet Calace Mottola Theresa Curtm Dorothy Young Thlrd Row Donald Pasqumx David Skmner Edward Muller John Cawley Claudla Spencher Ga1lKurkela Marguerite Ryan Annette Gnmbel Fourth Row Salvatore Cxmmo Robert Emenck George De Feo Robert Bell Barbara Brennen Marlorle Aclter Dorothy Ellmg Barbara Maurer Robert Weaver Wallace Vxau Robert Rell Absent Julia Montarulx Alxce Ward G R A D E 8 Teacher C lan Prerzdent Davrd Skmner C lan Trenwrer Wallace Vlau M Harla n A Thomas Clary Vzce prerzdent Dorothy Young Clan Secretary Paulme Calace Mottola Clan Reporter Patrlcra Frrschmann Clary Mother Arrzmmt Clan Mother Mrs Austm Garmer Mrs J Skmner Honor Soc ety Members 15 38 C .X . X ,. . , fl L- 1. W b ! 3 ! D ! - ! ' W 3 I Y - Y ! ' 4- ! ' 1 D I 3 7 l ! V i 9 Y 3 . - , . , r. . I . - . Front Row Dominick Pasquale Anna Marie Gorman La Verne Ward Patricia Gaarder Carol Manchester Barbara OLeary Barbara Weuel Betty Ann Brennen Barty De Rocha Richard Wood Dominick De Luca Anthony DAngelo Second Row Ronald Berlind Charles Ricci Evelyn Schmidt Mary Murray Anne Huesgen Helga Nordin Roberta McGregor Barbara Rutiglan Helene Ryan Paul Roberts Robert Hume Robert Cook jack Koster john Olson Kenneth Cauvet Larry Lasko Robert Schleipman Richard Arone Robert Wilson Frank azzo Donald Raab GRADE 7 Teacher Miss Margaret A Wesp Clan Prefzdent Clan Vice prerzdenz Dominick Pasquale Frank azzo Clan Treasurer Clan Secretary Robert Wilson Patricia Nardecchia Clan Mother Amman! Clan Mother Mrs C Huesgen Mrs M Ryan Honor Society Members 18 39 . . , I , D , ., . . , . , i ! , ' V 1 7 . 3 ! , , , , , , Mary Lou Cammisa, Patricia Nardecchia, Gail Karcher, Jean Brennan. Third Row-Barry Coggins, I . ' ' , ' f Y ' , , ' , J , - J - QI I . , , A 7 T Front Row Carol Rrordan Gretchen Messerxch Nancy Dunbar Robert Hamllton Mrchael Cawley Peter Connolly Herdr Meler Second Row Royce Paula Koors Marnanne Werthenm Laura Pearce Lourse Qurst Rosma Mobxlxa Margaret Flanrgan Carol Hashagen Thrrd Row Annette Boylan Ruth Seeler R1chard Eaton Robert Spmdler Peter Sprno Armand Fattorx joseph De Nardo Fourth Row Alrce Cartwrrght Gertrude Rosler Dorothy McPhee joseph Leach Rrchard Frrschmann Fxfth Row Barbara Cannrng Ann Wrlmoth Alberta Denarr Donald Peterson Duncan Wxlson Helen Ersenhauer Ruby Morettr Srxth Row Gerhard Karl john Rell Wtllram Bell Davrd Fluskey Douglas Boyd Walter Edelman W1ll1an1Fxnger Absent M1chaelGrandolf1 Alfred Camhr GRADE 6 Teacher Mrss Florence Egbertson 1, ., Clarr Reporter Duncan Wllson Honor Socrety Members J 40 Z H A S H 3 ' . . ' . ,I - V ' . ' x v ' 1 - a - - , - w r l r , r v . ' . ' is . 1 a n ' i 7 - b 3 V D 1 1 ' b ' 7 7 v 1 7 1 I F , ' 1 3 ' Y A ' Q , !l A - , . t . r . -' - . - IC Clarr Prerzden! Clarr Vice prerzdent Peter Spmo Royce Paula Koors Clarr Trearurer Clarr Seffetary Mlchael Grandolfi Louxse urst Clarr Mother Arrzrlanz Clarr Mother Mrs john Dunbar Mrs Thomas Seeler Front Row john Young Annette Scott Margaret Ann Reuter Dorene Suthergreen Margaret Frtzgerald Katherme Schoenstexn Caryl Huesgen Bette McCracken Barbara Nardecchra Joyce Bloomheld Loretta Arone Second Row Robert Brennen Thomas Ellrng Carolyn Davres Barbara Berlnnd judrth Baker Hope Machma Bette Steenwerth Elrzabeth Waldemar Betty Flanrgan Natalre Sprno Evelyn Staff Thrrd Row Ronald Casey Wtllxam Mooney Den Meler Thomas Carroll Robert McK1rgan Thomas TaaHe Gordon Young Thomas Ward Franklrn Schmxdt Stephen Bertman Richard Hay Kenneth Acker Absent Margaret Spmdler GRADE 5 Teacher MISS Ethel M Tryon Clary Prerzdent Clarr Vzre prerzdenl Barbara Nardecchm ohn Young Clan Trearurer Clan Secretary Hope Machma Ellzabeth Waldemar Clary Reporter Stephen Bertman Clary Mother Arrzrtant Clarr Mother Mrs Staff Mrs Bloomfreld Honor Socrety Members 2 41 .' 4 , X er u ' T4 ' ' ly . , u N . I - 4 1 I v y y 1 ' I 4 3 - v 9 Y ' i va I 1 , , . - . t Y . . , ' - 2 Front Row Bruce Boyd Warren Townsend Margot Moore Marguerite Uman Judith Riordan Catherine Santore Second Row Nancy Cauvet Peter Ledwith Judith Goodwin Amy Messerich Allen Weiss Third Row Witham Hoffmann Angela Pasquini Grace Barbieri Betty De Nardo Franklin Cimino Fourth Row Garry Ragone Dclcres Ankhelen Carol McKeough George Salerno Count Charles Sprague joseph Cawley Richard Bell Sixth Row David Purdy jack Manchester Frank Cummisa Philip Cimmo Donald Skinner Philip Miter Andrew Kalmykow GRADE 4 Teacher Miss Harriett S Edwards Clair Prefzdent Clan Vzce prendent ane Shurtleff Marguerite Uman Clan Trearurer Clan Reporter Andrew Kalmykow Philip Cimino Clan Mother Airman! Clan Mother Mrs Harold Moore Mrs Kenneth Purdy Honor Society Members 26 42 l john Canning. Fifth Row-Edward Bramble, ,Samuel Scott, jean,Seeler, .jane Shurtleff, William Le J . 1 . . Front Row Peter Schlelpman Davrd Mooney Harold Kessler Peter Karcher Marranna Karl Gretel Mestern Bernadette Strachan Lynne Nevmger Robm Wrlson Prrscllla Young Second Row Glenn Koors jeffrey Berlnnd Joseph Murray joseph Rooney Cynthta Proske Ruthann Pearce Barbara Gardnner M1tz1 O Leary Margo Roberts Lounse Medovtch Thnrd Row Anthony De Rocha Watson Bell james Sellrck Chester Slaybaugh Helen Hamllton Marllyn Wetzel Greta Gremer Barbara Curran Suzanne Maurer jenme Barger Absent Margaret Chrnstnano Mnchael Pascone Krng Cheslack GRADE 3 Teacher Mrs Ermly A. Ehler Clair Pfeudent Clan Vzce president Barbara Curran Dav1d Mooney , . Clan Mother Afrutant Clan Mother Mrs Watson Bell Mrs Byron Wllson 43 tl 1 7 5 ! 1 I 7 7 3 ' T , , ,,,. l 3 5 ' T 1 , . , . , , f ,I . , , , . - , , - aan' ,' ' . OU' 'Q O .I 0.5 . sl.. Front Row Catherine Heckler Merriam Baker jane Mayer Virginia Duke Lalann Schoenstein Sally Sage Mary Jane Flanigan Joyce Medovich Catherine Rotiroti Louise De Nardo Betty Ann Rooney Diane Guckenbiehl Pamela Hutchinson Flo Sheldon Robert Anthony Second Row Trudy Taafe Dorothy Gourovitch Ruth Mooney Richard Fitzgerald Edson Pease Thomas Goodwin Warren Peterson Richard Mooney Phyllis Fattori Marie Mack Patrxcia Hulbert Phyllis Weiss Robert Conviser Paul Engelkirk Fraser Guy Ralph Plechner Donald Stammer Alfred Pasquale Robert Plechner Donald Shurtleff Gordon Cudney Robert Clute Billy McCracken Absent Linda McDowell Soren Larson Jack Whelan Gary Brennen Patricia Robinson GRADE 2 Teacherr Mrs Ethelj Farnham Mrs Louise K Hatfield Clary Prerzdentr Edson Pease Linda McDowell Catherine Rotxrotl Clay: Vzce president Clarr Trearurer Gordon Cudney Virginia Duke Clurr Secretarzer Trudy Taaffe Gordon Cudney Clay: Motlaerr Mrs Edson Pease Mrs Graham Sheldon Arrmant Clan Motlaerr Mrs Alver Peterson Mrs Sylvester Shurtleff 44 - . g , . U , D s l. D. . ' y . y , . D , ' , , , s rn ri D x ' .- , 1 , . , I . , . . , . . , D 3 3 I ! Y Elneta Calhoun, Joyce Hashagen, Theresa Cappeta. Third Row-Lewis Morrison, Freddie Carroll, . 7 I U Y 1 I 9 7 7 7 3 . ' Y . ' W - , , , , - , . . , . . 7 5 I 1 7 ' 7 ' . , . Front Row Lynn Mestern Bruce Lehman Sarah Bennmg Lorralne Qulst jean Kipp John Kyff Claudla Istvan Second Row Betsy Smnth Gale Becktold jean Bradley Marta Lou McMurrr1e Walter Papovltch Amta Blrss Erank Cecelm Thrrd Row Mrchael Moccra Larry Nardecchla Rrchard Mayceko Wayne Boulton Kenneth Cooper Walter Brlgadner Robert Sankey Fourth Row Charles Lehmkuhl Hans Larsen john lstvan Alfred Cuozzo Wnlllam Whelan Yvonne Tunnard Fnfth Row Gordon Davids Edward Lutz kenneth Waldemar Kenneth Yocrs jeffrey Camhr Barclay McKeough joseph Hmes Absent Carl lon Rnchard Halversen Drck jardm Harold Ward Vrrgmra Le Count Juchth Pfau Anne Schafer Robert Glmsman GRADE 1 Teacher Mrs Frances C Ferguson Clan Mother Mrs W LeCount Auutam Clan Mother Mrs H Schafer 45 0 . 3' 1 ? N C 1 . QWYW '-1 4. f R 'f',,.x,: ' J. ,X I I - M.,-34. A , W .-4 ,,,,,-M, I .. V- L f" f 'AW ' 'r'i3H"'rf r - T v 1 ,9 1 Y 7 ' VW V 1 y 1 I I ' 1 y U 1 ! 7 1 ' 1. - , , v s - . . , . . W ! t 3 1 1 I ' W 4 I 7 Y Y s , v - r I '-u -11 Second Row joanne Riccio Norman Lefurgy Edward Strazzini Marcia Ann De Michele Joseph Montaruln Third Row Michael Mondelle Berry Ann Fiore Jon Anthony Jack Cassadone Fourth Row Joanne Barone Thomas Fatigate Sharon Nilson Margaret Hmnen Santa De Rocha Fifth Row Donald Conviser Carol Niles Irene McRann Absent Charles Messerich Begmners Flrst Teacher Miss Nancy Bloxsom Clan Mother Mrs E Ledwith Arfutant Clary Mother, Mrs C Hoy Iront Row joseph Powell, Elizabeth Motoasca, Ann Ledvuth, Noreen Ashley, Pamela Chalmers Second Row Peter Muller, Bruce Zinck, Gay Connelly, Susan Suthergreen Third Row Edgar Brennen, Nelson Hoy, Virginia Becktold, Mark Machina, Catherine Cassano Fourth Row Betty Ann Fiore, Virginia Rosler, David Nugent, Bourve Ann Boyd, Susan Walther if - ,PX ' I , . ' Q. -Q A . , M V .2 ' ' f - -- - -Q A i 1 -B ' , 5 ' ' -1' I fi 3 Front Row-Rose Lorraine Ennis, Elaine Wetzel, Nicholas Tino, Gerald Mayer, Piers Mirer. 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NGLAN, Trustee WESTCHESTER COUNTY NEW YORK INCORPORATED 1896 MAYOR C WILLIAM BORCHERS T R U S T E E S ALBERT E DENARI ALBERT E BUNCH FRANCISJ MCCORMACK ALFRED PETRUZZI B WILBUR MCDOWELL JOHN J GERAGHTY OLIVE G SEELER POLICE JUSTICE COUNSEL CLERK TREASURER VILLIIBE 0 IIBDSLE' COMPLIMENTS OF S T H ll F F E R CHEMICAL COMPANY INC 5 CI-IAUNCEY, N. Y. For the past twenty five years the Honor Socrety has SU'lX cn to promote the rdeals of honor and loyalty to our school and on th1s our anmversctry we resolve to contrnue the good work of the past and uphold the rdeals for vvhrch the Honor Socxety stands As a member of the Ardsley High School Honor Soclcty I pledge myself to and my school rn scholarshrp servrcc lttendlnce conduct rncl welcomrng strangers Second Degree Pledge We mll never brrng drsgrace to our school by any act of drshonesty or Cowardrce nor ever desert those strrvrng for the welfare of thrs school We wnll work for the rdeals of the school both smyjly and to ether We vull respect and obey the regulatlons of the school and do our best to rnsnll the srme feelrng IH those about us who are prone to forget them 'We wrll strrve 1I'lCf62lSll'lgly to make leadershlp, servrce .md chtracter our goal, so that we may transmrt thxs school to those who follow, better than rt sn as transmrtted to us 51 , . Y 7 K H . . , R , L , , 4 1 f , ,g L , A V . , , , .4 ll ,fe - . V , ,f ' , 7 L H l , ll f , 41 l W ' a '- 1 . -, I s rn - f ' 3 ' v ? I ll 6 .9 i 1 6 .' A ' 1 ' ff ,. 1 4 . I H. 1 ' f, , 1 o N y ,.' I . - X1 4 4 , . 'Q , A ". H ' 1 ly ' 'lx 1 v . ' N . U1 3 H ' Xi ' ' ' - 1 , ' 1 v f ' ' v A v ' , H v. 1 A , , -A y , g I vA ' Y OS le. Q, e qr Nara., eQnr,,Sl'1,2,!,fl'sf .1-such' REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNTS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES The First National Bank of Ardsley ARDSLEY. NEW YORK Tel. Dobbs Ferry 3-4900 e SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNTS Come in and ask about our Personalized checks with your name printed on each check and Gold Stamped on a free wallet. LOAN SERVICE Property Improvement Loans - Home Appliance Loans Small Business Loans - Personal Loans Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation - Federal Reserve System Dobbs Ferry 3-1954- Westchester Garage LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE TOWINC SERVICE Automotive Service - Collision Specialists Repairing and Overhauling M. Nannariello ARDSLEY SQUARE ARDSLEY, N. Y 53 J 'T-?Q+ P40.r1.1 Q.I'xnQ,O OLS Winnin Ann o. E. Robison, Inc. "THE HOUSE THAT SERVICE BUILT" FUEL OIL - OIL BURNER SERVICE Main Office: HARTSDALE. NEW YORK Oil Storage Plant: HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON. N T. 0'TOG 8 SONS, INCORPORATED LITHOCRAPHY aafff PRINTING 3I JEFFERSON STREET - STAMFORD.CgNN CTICUT ' TELEPHONE 45088 MASTERS OF THE GRAPHIC ARTS 55 COMPLIMENTS OF R. S. H. CDRPORHTIDN Manufacturing Chemists ARDSLEY, NEW YORK Dobbs Ferry Register 101 MAIN STREET DOBBS FERRY, N. Y. Telephone: DObbs Ferry 3-0124 PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES BUSINESS CARDS SHIPPING TAGS CHANCE BOOKS REPORTS BILLS TICKETS POSTALS CIRCULARS WEDDING INVITATIONS RECEPTION CARDS BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS ADVERTISING IOURNALS PROGRAMS ANNOUNCEMENTS POSTERS XMAS CARDS BOOKLETS MENUS ENCLOSURES Before you contract for your next printing order. let us submit a bid on the cost of the work. Guaranteed Workmanship Prompt Delivery 57 Lewis 8: McDowell, Inc C O NTRA C T O RS 285 MADISON AVENUE NEW YORK. N. Y. THE ARDSLEY CHOCOLATERIA Extends its best wishes for future success to the ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS 1948 WE SERVE CARPENTER'S ICE CREAM EXCLUSIVELY LYMAN E. KIPP DOUGLAS W. KIPP Compliments of . . . KIPP BROTHERS MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT - COMPANY "CONTRACTORS" and "ENGINEERS" ARDSLEY Dobbs Ferry 3-2200 59 CGMPLIMENTS OF ARDSLEY HOSE CO. NO. 1 ALL FIRES ARE DANGEROUS BE CAREF UL Louis Coroto, Prop. F1-ee Delivery LOUIS'S MARKET ONTHESQUARE 0 Y Best Quality Meats cxt Lowest Prices - Full Line of Frozen Foods On the Air - 8:20 A.M. - Monday and Friday 470 ASHFORD AVENUE ARDSLEY. N. Y. Phone: Dobbs Ferry 3-1121 - 1122 60 RENATO CRISI Certified Public Accountant 99 HUDSON STREET NEW YORK 13. N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF The Ardsley Civic Association 6l A orrazn fwe N Sc ou.f'D ,fi 0 6'A7p,fj7 fleenv IAMES MCCARTNEY 6 SON Real Estate and Insurance MCCARTNEY BUILDING ARDSLEY, N, Y, Telephones: Dobbs Ferry 3-0331 - 2040 SHOP AT A6-P . . . AND SAVE THREE WAYS! No matter when you shop at A6-P . . . you can save three "super" ways. You see, AGP offers you hundreds of delicious, high-quality foods . . . all under one roof. So you can select all your food needs in IUST one stop . . . and save time and energy. You save money, too . . . because all of the items at AGP are attractively priced. Come in today! See how easy it is to shop in our six big departments . . . how simple it is to save. 62 Compliments of ARDSLEY POST No. 458 AMERICAN LEGION ARDSLEY, N. Y. Meets first Mondays at the Municipal Build' . H Char le, Q, ing onorably discharged veterans of World War II are eligible for membership and are cordially invited to join us "FOR GOD AND COUNTRY" CA I' I S Jed fl COMPLIMENTS or THE SENIOR CLASS 63 Shfy Marv ,ban A n,,O eonore Eleanor Ja a rr ffarjorleo The Lincoln and Allen Studios WESTCHESTEITS LEADING SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS Mount Vernon New Rochelle Yonkers BEST WISHES CHURCH OF OUR LADY or PERPETUAL HELP IOSEPH COGGINS' DAIRY FOR ALL YOUR DAIRY FOODS MILK CREAM CHOCOLATE MILK VITAMIN D MILK COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK EGGS BUTTER In Rain or Shine, Hail or Sleet You see our Trucks on the Street. PHONE: DOBBS FERRY 3-0188 357 Ashford Avenue Dobbs Ferry. N. Y COMPLIMENTS OF The Parent-Teachers' Association 65 F. J. MCCORMACK I N S U R A N C E 5 I udson Avenue 50 East 42nd Street Ardsley New York 17, N. Y. Phone: DObbs Ferry 3-0433 Phone: MUrray Hill 2-6611 coMPL1MEN'rs or A F R I E N D For Service Telephone Dobbs Ferry 3-0026 or 3-0032 BESSON 8: COMPANY Orange Disc Coal . . . Building Materials and Fuel Oil DOBBS FERRY. N. Y. Foot oi Dock o COAL . . . COKE . . . CORD WOOD . . . LUMBER . . . MOULDINGS . . . BRICK PIPE . . . INSULATING WALL BOARDS . . . SAND . . . CEMENT LIME . . . PLASTER Telephone Elmsford 6-1886 BEN COHEN ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 2 North Stone Avenue Elmsford. N. Y. 7 .Q- , ' ,Yi f-1efn.,.f,3fc,4.fLf1, We Texaco cafflofl '3'.7,'?J4'if" 7 A. M 61 Ardsley Lions Club Ardsley, New York rpatd The Greenburgh Savmgs Bank DOBBS FERRY N Y CHRISTMAS CLUB SAFE DEPOSIT Boxes Total Assets S3 800 000 Inco or e 1869 O O o Member Fede 1 D p 't I urance Corporation Comphments of . AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATES. Inc. Malling Department STUDENT COUNCIL 25 ELM STREET ARDSLEY N Y Dupllcatma Van Typma Composltlon Mallma QQFVICQ Dblolz' y3 CHARLES S HOY Inc BestW1shes from HEATHERDELL FARM Plumbma and Heatma GUS Apphqnces Wholesale Plonsts ARDSLEY N Y D bb F ny 30565 b Q IOHN CANNING I 69 . . L . Tel. o s err -Ol44 o s e - Licensed in Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry and Town of Green ur l'1 , r. by u. v sua n pc. f 4 . z n . . - mm A SECIHAIIAI. YIAIIIING ACCOUNYANCY AND IUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTANCY PIACTICI QC.P.A.l PIIPAIAIIOI MAIKITING ADVERTISING AID Sllllll w y mu un n . I--:ff zzgzggzgiin . fl . I Il KIM 75 1' -: :r:r:2E25SE2ZQE2iiEiZ,Z5.,- ru ul. 'I' I. lAnlay 1-3200. ,.. ' ZI:g':- ' , E0 S ms'rrr i S E E 215 IROADWAY NEW YORK 7 N. Y lOppol'9c Cify Hall Park! ru an y yum P Intltuh ':f35'4:d" 1 ma an ml nn 1 nun- . ' of n 1 0 BEST WISI-IES ST BARNABAS CHAPEL Comphments of PETRONE S CIGAR STORE RAVEKES TAILOR SHOP Dry Clecmmq on Premlses BREYER S ICE CREAM EXCLUSIVELY TAILORING FREE DELIVERY ARDSLEY N. Y. 147 MAIN STREET DOBBS FERRY. N Y. Tel. Dobbs Ferry 3-0021 ' if M 'ff' W n no N' 9' ,:'3of-.gf?f3"f ' +045 M fy hu :idol high :shoot students. ull SJ, ' ,5 ln advance a u on I ou 47 Hon nn planning! pnluslou lulllua wean Iron I? hunt: tnlllng Tuhnlell Cullurnl uunu In O . uhh cmnhuis cn lonlnnnl of "Instantly" qualliln. ll O I O All u us an ll hold of higher clue: . I lu y aural gg' lhd . 0 0 0 tue Day Ill nh' '95-I ' Cuducatlalnl Vhlto vohone u 0 ll , ,ESM I fs +236 I l I-25 .. , 'K r 1 ' A ' 1 . I 70 Dobbs Ferry 3-1807 IAN S WILSON Wholesale Florlst HEATHER DELL ROAD ARDSLEY N Y Compliments of . . . FRESHMEN COmDl1ments of Comphments of THE METHODIST CHURCH q Ardsl y S 1852 t 15 ted 1903 f d f d BOY SCOUTS I Servin e ince Presen ed' ce erec "A church where those who tcxrry in worm rien s." Say lt wlth Flowers RICCIO S MARKET Emporium of Amerlccx s Flnest Fru Vegetables and Groce 457 ASHFORD AVENUE ARDSLEY N Y lts ROBERT M IOHNSTON Florlst and Grower rles 225 ASHFORD AVENUE DOBBS FERRY N Y D bb F y 3 0311 Compllments of UNION SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS M F Karl NORTH BERGEN D bb F y 3 O80 C ARDSLEY GIRL SCOUT ASSOCIATION Every Glrl CI Glfl Scout 3 4014 72 n - I U I . . . Phone: o s err - ' . . . Compliments of . . . O. , N. I. o s err -5 Union - Cassel Industnes Inc Copper and Enamel Art Goods Raftex Hlqhball Glasses N 45 Elm Street Arsdley Comphments of E BRENNAN CORP 420 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK N Y Dobbs Ferry 3 0293 WILLIAM HENNESSY Plumbmq and Heatmq O11 Burner Installahorm Ardsley N Y Comphments of Beacon H111 Assocxatlon The Grand Umon Company Celebratmg Its Dxamond Iubxlee OUP LITY FOOD STORES SINCE 1872 Complete Real Estate and lnsurance SGTVICG I OHN P STREB 6 CEDAR STREET Dobbs Ferry 3 0444 Complxments of C andI ASSOCIGIGS McCartney Bulldmg Ardsley N Y Comphments of DR ALBERT BASSELL 73 5 . - l ll N l l ..Y. I.. . - -- I l W Brown Mgr Tel Dobbs Ferry 3 4034 Brown s Parkslde Restaurant 6. Gr1l1 SAW MILL RIVER PARKWAY CHAUNCEY N Y THE ARDSLEY CI-IEMIST SHOPPE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS C Enqelman Ph G Ashford Ave and Elm St. Ardsley N Y Phone Dobbs Ferry 3-0512 525 ARDSLEY SQUARE Specxal Attentlon Gwen to Ladxes and Ch11dren s Halrbobbxnq V Lamattma Prop Dobbs Ferry 3 5300 1 "' J OXFORD MARKET Quahty not Quantlty at Lowest Pr1ces 100 Mmn Street Dobbs Ferry N Y Permanent Tel Dobbs Ferry 3 2760 Waves Don s Beauty Studlo Ind1v1dua1 Style and S9I'V1Ce 36 Cedar Street Dobbs Ferry N Y Ardsley Fru1t and Vegetable Market Itahan Arnerrcan Grocerxes B1rds 'Eye Frozen Foods 476 Ashford Avenue Ardsley, N. Y. Phone Dobbs Ferry 3-1120 ROSLYN CLEANERS A Very Satlsfactory Valet SGIVICG All Cleanmq Done on Prermses Tel. Dobbs Ferry 3 47561 e Dobbs Ferry 3 4016 H AND H BODY SHOP Duco Palntmq and Weldlnq Body and Fender Stra1qhten1nq Radlator Repamng 706 Saw M111 Rxver Road Ardsley N. Y. ' ' The Ardsley Barber Shop uf I T 1. - 74 Telephone Dobbs Ferry 3 0005 BEN I AMIN H ADLER Hardware Pamts House Furnrshmgs Goods Tools Garden Supplres Contractors Supphes 127 Mum Street Dobbs Ferry N Y Compllments of Amerlcan Leglon Auxlllary ARDSLEY Posr 458 ARE YOU A MEMBER? Westem Westchester Humane Soclety Inc for your ammals problems Tel. Dobbs Ferry 3 0141 or 3 4039 Shelter Elmsford 6 1840 or 6 4534 CLEAN!-KRT INC Hastmqs 54444 Shampoomg Cleanartlc Fur Storage Complrrnents of TOMMY AND THE BUS Phone D F 34010 Res Hast 54421 Ardsley Hardware Co Home Servlce We make all home repalrs Hardware Bem Moore Pamts Gas Ranges Refrrgerators Addyman Square Ardsley N Telephone 3 1870 PAUL S SERVICE STATION GENERAL REPAIRS 5 Nepperhan Street Ardsley N Y Comphments of ROSEWOOD BARBER SHOP 459 Ashford Avenue O , . I O Laundering, Dry Cleaning, Rug , . Y. I 75 Telephone: Dobbs Ferry 3-0181 Compliments of Wllmoth Fuel O11 Supply Mr 6: Mrs Ioseph Heppner Economy Quahty Serv1ce Unexcelled VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Compllments of , Compllments of Mr G Mrs Samuel Schultz Mr 6: Mrs Tony Casale 76 Telephone Dobbs Perry 3 2670 Best Wlshes Central Lunch G Restaurant Hlram and Ahce Ashe Home Cooked Foods Wm Pommck Prop 456 Ashford Avenue Ardsley N Y VARSITY FRESH EGGS Comohments of CHARLES H. HUESGEN t Dr. 6 Mrs John I. Curtis Dobbs Ferry 3-2718 . . I H H . , , I , . . , I V ga, . ' file' .- fs 1" X , V 1 I ,L P3 . . I Compliments of . . . SOPHOMORES DOBBS FERRY BANK VITO BARBIERI M D T el.: Dobbs Ferry 3-0050 SCAPPY'S CLEANERS Pressing, Repoirinq, Weovinq ur oro e Clldl-' dD1x ed DR RALPH ZOLAN DoBBs FERRY N Y Senior Service G1rl Sco uts Ht53 GRANT f ui HpkA F St Q a e or an e 'ver Compliments of . . . Compliments of . . . os. -443 Compliments of . . . School o e Dance 1 0 0 o e venue Hosiinqs-on-Hudson, N. Y. 78 Compliments ot Mr and Mrs O E Acker Maryorte Acker Mr and Mrs Ralph Arone Mr and Mrs Sam Belmont Ken Brown Mr and Mrs L G Brown Mr and Mrs George R Calhoun Mr and Mrs M Camh1 Glorla P Cannlng Mr and Mrs Iohn Cannrng Ir Mr and Mrs W G Carson Mr and Mrs I I Casey The Cecelms Mr Mlke C1m1no MISS Barbara Cleary and Mrs Harry W Clute and Mrs B G Corey Harry De Nlke and Mrs Gene Downey and Mrs W Duke H S Edwards Erruly A Ehler Mr and Mrs B I Emerrck W C Emenck Famrly Ethel I Farnham Frances C Ferguson Mr and Mrs Matthew Flanrgan Anna I Flxnt A Fr1end Mrs Anna Frrschmann Mr and Mrs I Frrschmann Mrs Wrllram Fuchs Tom and Iudy Goodw1n Grade 6 Mrs H E Grexner Isabel Hamllton M1ss Anrta Heller Mr and Mrs Iames Iles Mr and Mrs M F Karl Mr Nrck Mantello M C Martm Mr and Mrs Henry Maurer Mr and Mrs Robert McGregor Mrs T A Morr1son MISS Dor1s Munck Mr and Mrs I M Murray Mr and Mrs Everett R Nlles Mr and Mrs Noone Margaret ODonnell Mrs I ONe ll Mr and Mrs Arthur Paterson Constance E Parsons Mr and Mrs F Progner Mrs Rose Pruett and Geraldme Mr and Mrs Henry Raab Mr Iohn Renda Mrs L E Rlordan Helen G Robble Mr Iohn Ross Bob and Iudy Sankey Mr and Mrs Rocco Santore The Schultzes MarJor1e A Sh1elds Srgma Delta Rho Sororlty Alpha Chapter Srgrna Delta Rho Soronty Beta Chapter Mr and Mrs Chester Slaybaugh Mr Ioseph Spano Mr and Mrs C Spercher The Sp1lZ Famlly Mr and Mrs Harlan Thomas Robert Ullr1ch Ed1th M Waldemar RN BS Iohn H Werthe1m Famlly Rev and Mrs Clrttord W1llSlIUCk Whelan Drug Store Mrs Ruth Young Arthur W Srllrman 79 . . . . . . 1 Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Dom De Nardo Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reinhardt Mr. ' . Mr. . . . . ' Mr. . . . ' As we bring this, the 1948 ARDSLEYAN to a close, we do so with the hope that ou- readers have gained some knowledge of the purposes and aims of the Ardsley High School Honor Society. This book is a commemorative edition, and it is our sincere hope that our Honor Society in the years to come will continue to play a significant role in the character development of the students. CHARTER MEMBERS Front Row Edmund Krauss George Munck Louis Pascone Angelina DeMuro Conchetta DeRosa Gwyneth Williams Alvme Knell Bennie Brown Paul Agnano Second Row Tony Terico Gardner Welch Ruth Roberts Constance Clayton Gertrude Walter Beatrice Canning Florence Wheeler Ruth Brown Mary Geraghty Mary DeRosa Vito Barbieri Dominick Santore Top Row Stafford Clayton Edward Aim Raymond Barnett John Santore Mrs Anna J Flint Adviser The 1948 ARDSLEYAN wishes to express its gratitude and appreciation to Mrs Parsons for her untirmg efforts in behalf of the success of the ARDSLEYAN Mr Silliman for his constructive advice Miss Robbie for lending us a helping hand when we needed it most Miss Davis for her friendly supervision of the art work Mrs Seely for an important favor Marjorie Acker for her valuable assistance and suggestions Members of the Faculty for their patience cooperation and help with various portant details Students in all classes who secured advertisements who sold ARDSLEYANS who brought in snapshots and furthered by little indispensable favors the publication of the ARDSLEYAN Advertisers for being so kind as to place their advertisements in the yearbook 80 - a 1 I x Q s 1 . . , . , , A - . 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