Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1950
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Published by the Class of 1951
Ardsley Hugh School
Ardsley New York
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Short curly blond hair sparkling blue eyes and a pert nose describe a pal of
ours She was lust an ordinary American teen ager with all of their vlvaclous fun loving
mannensms yet our friendship although carefree on the surface was cherished deeply
within our hearts
She possessed a keen Intelligent mind and all the fine qualities of a good charac
ter She also displayed a talent for music A sweeter or more understanding person was
nowhere to be found All through school she shared with us our successes and fallures
our loys and sorrows
Our pal is no longer with us but her memory we hold nn tender and sacred reve
rence for her friendship can never die Ih our hearts and we know we shall meet again
lights on to sung then leaves unbent
So IS our memory thrilled and stirred
We only know she came and went"
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BOARD OF EDITORS
Assistant Editor Assistant Editor
JACQUELINE BLASBERG ELLEN MCPHEE
Advertising Manager Art Editor
VIRGINIA BRENNAN JAMES JUll.l.ERAT
Typing Editor Business Manager Publicity Chairman
EILEEN McHENRY MARY COSTANTINI JOAN KARCHER
Miss Dorothy Pelda - Adviser-in-Chief, Literary Adviser
Mr. Paul Koors - Budget Adviser
Miss Cornelia Patteson - Business Adviser
Mr. Howard Hartman - Photography Adviser
Miss Eleanor Davis - Art Adviser
Mr. Clarence Felter - Circulation Adviser
"Whistle While You Work" has been the motto of the 1950 yearbook staff who
undertook the man-sized iob of creating a new type of yearbook for Ardsley High
School. The Junior Class staff had to learn the meaning of the printer's technical terms,
but with perseverance they forged ahead, mastering the terminology and striving to
Droduce an enriched book containing such new features as grade write-ups, individual
faculty pictures, illustrated division pages, and a hard cover.
All of the changes in content did not just come about. In solving such problems as
layout, budget, and copy, much time and thought have been spent.
The 1950 Ardsleyan was our baby, and as we watched it grow from infancy to its
final stage, we felt sure that every bit of concern, enthusiasm, and effort, which had
played so important a role in its development, had been richly rewarded.
J. Koster, J. Juillerat, J. Karcher, Mr. P. Koors, J. Blasberg, E. McHenry, Miss D. Pelda, B. Edelman, E.
McPhee, Mr. H. Hartman, Miss C. Patteson, R. Kamke, Mr. C. Felter, V. Brennan.
TO THE PAST
The past of any school us the story of uts students progress and
achuevements such us the hustory of Ardsley Hugh The furst Ardsley
School was a luttle one room buuldung un a small farm communuty
but through the years the vullage has developed and so gradually
has the school for today s buuldung us quute dufferent from that of fufty
years ago The small school had no large Honor Socuety organuzatuon 5
nor any of the many extra currucular actuvutues we have un the present
day school but the past students had theur own achuevements Our
trophy case us fulled wuth cups that were won by the past members
of our school Some are for honors un sports and others for oratorucal
honors Yes we have but to look about the school and we shall fund
remunders of past teachers and pupuls Each year our Honor Socuety
pays trubute to those members who have passed away pays trub
ute to theur large or small contrubutuons to the progress of the
school Our past may not have been gloruous but ut us stull aluve be
cause of the people who shared un ut
TO THE PRESENT
Our present day Ardsley Hugh us undeed spacuous un comparuson to that of the past
Here un the present we have students and teachers workung together un order to achueve
success for the benefut of our school Although people consuder us a small school we
always manage to hold our own wuth the larger communutues Our basketball squad
us not spectacular but the members of the team possess a fughtung spurut whuch many
tumes won them a game The present day Honor Socuety organuzatuon has a wude mem
bershup and students consuder ut an honor to be permutted to loun ut and share un uts
The Honor Socuety us headed by members of the Thurd Degree who propose the
rules of the organuzatuon and try to promote worth whule prolects un the school for the
benefut of future generatuons Many teachers guve up theur own tume for clubs whuch
are socual as well as educatuonal There are the Spanush Club the Varsuty Chour and
Ensemble the G A A the Sports Club the orchestra and numerous others All of
these actuvutues of today brung about achuevements to be equalled by future students
Yes we students and teachers of the present are helpung to change the hustory of our
school each un hus own way
TO THE FUTURE
Our communuty us growung wuth leaps and bounds and people
are lookung unto the future when the present school buuldung wull not
be adequate for the demands made upon ut Maybe the future means
another step un the growth of the Ardsley Hugh School lt may brung
a bugger and better school buuldung wuth newer equupment or ut may
mean an enlargement of the present buuldung but whatever the out
come you may be sure that the future students wull be there to keep
aluve the spurut and tradutuon of the past We of the present wull help
to mold the happenungs of the future but only those of the future can
buuld on our foundatuons We are all unterdependent on one another
Therefore the class of 1951 wuth the able assustance of Father Tume
fsymboluc of the pastl and Luttle New Year Qsymboluc of the futurel
does hereby deducate the 1950 ARDSLEYAN to the past the present
and the future members of Ardsley Hugh School
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MR. ARTHUR W. SILLIMAN
Junior Sfudenf Council
Grade Color Guards
MISS DOROTHY PELDA MR. HUGH TEMPLETON, MR. FRANK MR. KENNETH BROWN
KLUGE, MRS. CHARLES HOREND
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Miss Conklin Bully Woessner Mrs Hqtfleldg 151 Grade
Mr Hartman at Work Mrs Howes Fresh Class
Muss Roll Coachmg Mlss Hallenbeclr s Easier Parade
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FACU LTY INFORMALS
Mass Bloxsoms Knndergorten Assnstance by Mrs Reufer
Grades Faculty Party S T A F F Mrs Reufer Santo Miss Bloxsom
Mrs Shea Prepcnng Lunch 8 Repcnrs by Mr VonDusen
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MR. KENNETH H. BROWN
Boys' Intramural Director
MISS HARRIETT S. EDWARDS MISS F. EGBERTSON
Grade 4E Grade 6
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MRS. FRANCES FERGUSON MISS EVELYN HALLENBECK
Grade IF Music
Junior and Senior Chorus
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MRS. MARION B. BROWN
Secretary to the Principal
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MRS. EMILY A. EHLER
MISS CELIA P. CONKLIN
School Nurse - Teacher
Home Nursing - Girl Scouts
First Aid for Health Class
School Census Enumerator
MISS ELEANOR I. DAVIS
Art Adviser of the
MRS. ETHEL J. FARNHAM MR. CLARENCE E. FELTER
Social Studies, History
Circulation Adviser -
School Coordinator for
P. T. A. High School
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MISS SHIRLEY L. HARCOURT MR. HOWARD T. HARTMAN MRS. LOUISE K. HATFIELD
Grade 2H Industrial Arts Grade IH
Photography Adviser of the
MR. CHARLES W. HOREND MRS. RUTH H. HOWES
Assistant Principal Home Economics
science Junior Red Cross
MISS RUTH HURLBUT
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MR. FRANK KLUGE
Junior Varsity Basketball
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MRS. ELINOR B. KOENIG
Library, English IV, Speech
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MR. PAUL J. KOORS MISS CORNELIA PATTESON MISS DOROTHY M. PELDA MRS. MARGARET Y. REUTER MISS HELEN G ROBBIE
English Ill Shorthand, Typewriting English I and ll Remedial Reading Latin, Spanish
Guidance Counselor Bookkeeping Advi5er,in,Chgef and Honor Society
Salt 8- Pepper Commercial Club Literary Adviser of the EI circulo espanol
Budget Adviser of Business Adviser of the Ardsleyan Junior Adviser
Ardsleyan Ardsleyan Junior Adviser
MISS GRACE A. ROLL MR. HARLAN A. THOMAS MISS ETHEL M. TRYON MR. MITCHELL C. VINCENT MISS MARGARET A
Physical Education Grade 8 I Grade 5 Supervisor of Music Grade 7 - English
G. A. A. Sofia' 57Udle5 ' Grade 7 Grade 5 Clubs Director of School Assemby
Sports Club Programs
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Joan Sfghr Jasephnne Palermo
Jack Kosfer and Cousm Suzanne Reoca
D0"0'hY H0'Ul"'9 Clmfe Bvfkes Dorothy Hofalung Joan Garnier
Bev Chnshono Wally Hennessy Sensor Gym Class
As we walked up the front steps of Ardsley Hugh un September 1946 luttle dud
we realuze the many actuvutues we would engage un durung our four years un hugh school
Our furst bug problem true of all Freshmen was adaptung ourselves to the new phase
of lufe whuch we had lust entered We had to prove to the rest of the hugh school that
we were worthy of beung part of theur organuzatuon and so we vowed to partake un
as many events as possuble
Our furst bug affaur was sponsorung for the enture hugh school an old fashuoned
barn dance wuth all the trummungs Mr Thomas called all of the best square dances
and the enture assemblage let theur haur down to allow the Frosh to guve them one of
the best tumes theyd ever had To supplement our Washungton Trup Fund we also
held an auctuon at the barn dance durung whuch everyone had a wonderful tume bud
dung for the lunk from many attucs We now had proven ourselves and were ready
to take an actuve part un hugh school
As we became Sophomores our maun oblectuve was to accumulate money for our
Washungton Trup Fund To start our money rausung druve we held a food sale for the
vullage Everyone un the class prepared hus own specualty and thereby made our furst
sale a wonderful success Our other money rausung prolect that year was the Sopho
'nore P X At each home basketball game we sold candy bars somethung all the
teenagers readuly consumed
As Junuors one of our buggest and most umportant prolects came unto beung We
became the class whuch publushes the school yearbook the ARDSLEYAN We as do
all classes decuded to have the best book possuble so we began to aum toward our
goal at the very begunnung of the school year Members of the ARDSLEYAN staff at
tended a forum held at Columbua Unuversuty to educate students as to how to publush
a better yearbook Wuth all of these suggestuons behund us we started on the actual
task of producung a yearbook After months of hard work and after havung overcome
many obstacles we funally had the great satusfactuon of dustrubutung our book
Also on the agenda for the year was the sponsorung of the Senuor prom We strove
to have a large attendance and to guve the Senuors a memorable send off Doung our
best to publucuze the Stardust Boll we encouraged many of the oldtumers as well as
the hugh school students to attend ut A specual attractuon was the choosung of the
Stardust Queen who was then crowned and led to her throne
Funally we became Senuors the leadung class un the enture school Now our most
demandung work was to take place We had to make our greatest druve for money for our
Washungton Trup Fund Our furst bug prolect was the subscruptuon campaugn un whuch all
the hugh school helped We held a pep assembly at the begunnung of the year and opened
the campaugn wuth a bang So early un the school term everyone had a lot of stored up
energy to be used thus the results were more than satusfactory At last our class was
guven the opportunuty to show everyone our dramatuc abuluty On two nights we pre
sented the Broadway hut January Thaw for the enture vullage to see Although most
of us had stage frught we gauned assurance and amused both of our auduences wuth
the funny characteruzatuons and scenes
Now that we had our subscruptuon campaugn and play behund us our greatest
ambutuon came true We were ready to go to Washungton D C durung Easter vacatuon
For weeks all the Senuors had been duscussung the trup and now we were funally on
our way Our many dreams were realuzed as we went on tours around our natuons
caputal For a long tume we had wushed to see Congress and our government un actuon
so we mught get a clearer conceptuon of thus umportant sectuon of our country We also
enloyed seeung Mt Vernon and the many monuments and museums about whuch we
had heard so much After our wonderful week un Washungton we all came home re
grettung that the tume had passed so quuckly but overpoyed that we had been able to
go Now we all looked forward to graduatuon the culmunatuon of our hugh school
As we walk down the front steps of Ardsley Hugh School un June 1950 we look
back upon our short stay wuth the fondest memorues We realuze the many events whuch
we helped to operate and the countless actuvutues we took part un We made our way
through hugh school steaduly umprovung and helpung others Now we have another
greater task ahead of us We no longer shall have the teachers to help us wuth our
bug decusuons but have to go unto the world usung our own ludgments We are sure
that through hugh school we became better prepared to meet the 'ob ahead of us and
wull always look upon hugh school as our pruncupal start un lufe
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"She profits most who serves best."
Treasurer 45 Honor Society I0 years5
Second Degree 4 years5 Salt 8- Pepper 35
Senior Chorus 3, 45 Varsity Cheerleader
2, 3, 45 Assistant Captain 35 G. A. A. I,
2, 3, 45 Graduation Usher 35 Girl Scouts
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Nothing great was ever achieved
Reporter 4 Honor Society 2 years Second
Degree I year Third Degree 4 Corres
pondlng Secretary 4 ARDSLEYAN Pub
llclty Chairman 3 Salt 8- Pepper Typist 4
4 Intramural Sports Volleyball Basket
ball Softball 4 Graduation Usher 3 Com
merclal Club Reporter 3 Secretary 4
"A little nonsense now and then
ls relished by the wisest men."
President 2, 4, Treasurer 35 Honor Society
7 years5 Second Degree 2 years5 ARDS-
LEYAN Photography Editor 35 Salt B.
Pepper 45 Varsity Basketball Manager 35
Junior Varsity Basketball Manager 1, 25
Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Intramural Sports,
Softball, Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Spanish
Club 25 Student Council President 2, 45
Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Outdoor Club
I, 25 Boy Scouts I, 2, 4.
ELIZABETH ANN STONE
Words cannot express her infinite
Secretary 2 Vice President4 Honor Society
IO years Second Degree 4 years Third
Degree 4 President 4 ARDSLEYAN Assist
an Editor 3 at Pe er
Secretary 4 Sports Club 4 Dramatic Club
3 Intramural Sports Basketball Volleyball
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uation Usher 3 Student Council Vice Pres:
dent 4 Girl Scouts I Queen of Stardust
A little tiny witty, charming,
Secretary 4 Honor Society 9 years Second
Degree 4 years Third Degree 4 ARDS
LEYAN Assistant Editor 3 Senior Chorus
A I 2 3 4 Dramatic
2 Girl Scouts 'I 2 Salt 8- Pepper Bus:
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Music Festlval regional 3 4 state 3 So t
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BEVERLY A CHRISTIANO
Vuce President 2 President 3 Honor Soclety
9 years Second Degree 3 years Third
Degree 4 ARDSLEYAN Edltor nn Chief 3
motlc Club 2 Intramural Badminton Bas
ketball Volleyball I 2 3 4 Graduatlon
Usher 3 Student Councll 2 3 Spanlsh
Clu 2 3
She took her fun where she
G A A 2 3 4 Girls Athletnc Board 4
Sports Club 4 Intramural Softball Basket
ball Volleyball I 2 3 4 Badminton 3
A tower of strength
Varsity Basketball 3 4 Junior Varsuty
Baslletball 2 Intramural Sports Baseball
Baslletball 'I 2 3 4 Stage Crew 3 4
Laugh and the world laughs
.lunnor Varsuty Basketball 1 Varsrty Base
ball 2 Intramural Sports Softball Basket
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Crew 3 4
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Persistence conquers all things
Outdoor Club I 2 3 4
"Speech is silver5 silence is golden."
Honor Society 8 years5 Second Degree 4
years5 ARDSLEYAN Circulation Manager 35
Salt BI Pepper Typist 45 G. A. A. I, 2, 3,
4, President 45 Girls' Athletic Board 45
Sports Club 3, 4, President 45 Intramural
Sports, Basketball, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45
Commercial Club 3, 45 Magazine Cam-
paign Business Manager 45 Graduation
He makes the most of all th t
comes and the least of all that
n ramural Sports Baseball I 2 3
lnterclass Basketball I 2 3 4 Varsl y
Basketball Manager 3 Junior Varsity
Basketball Manager 2
Her eyes as stars of twilight fair
Like twilight too her dusky hair
G A A 4 Intramural Sports Basketball
Volleyball 4 Mixed Chorus 4
"Quiet and unassuming
Neat appearing in her grooming."
Secretary 35 Honor Society 9 years5 Second
Degree 4 years5 ARDSLEYAN Typing Editor
35 Senior Chorus I5 Varsity Cheerleader 2,
35 Junior Varsity Cheerleader I5 G. A. A.
I, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports, Basketball,
Volleyball 3, 45 Graduation Usher 35 Com-
mercial Club Vice-President 35 Treasurer 4.
Men of few words are the best
Varsity Choir 3 4 Student Council 4
-slim GERALD PERILLO
No short, not tall, but how he
wields a basketball'
Varsity Basketball 4 Junior Varsity Basket
ball 2 3 Varsity Baseball 4
Shes nice and swe t
The kind one likes to meet.
Honor Society 10 years- Second Degree 5
years- Salt and Pepper Typist 4- Senior
orus 1 2- G. . . 4- Inro-
mural Sports Volleyball Basketball 3 4-
Graduation Usher 3- Commercial Club
Secretary 3 President 4.
Good things come in small pa k
Honor Society 2 years Varsity Cheerleader
G A A 'I 2 3 4 Commercial
Treasurer 3 Vice President 4 Senior Chorus
Ambition has no rest.
Cas Vice-President 1- Honor Society 9
years- Second Degree 3 years- Third De-
gree 4- ARDSLEYAN Advertising Manager
3- Senior Chorus l 2 3 4- Varsity Choir
3 4- Orchestra 'I- Music Festival sectional
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ketball Volleyball Badminton l 2 3 4-
Spanish Club 3- Graduation Usher 3-
Student Council Vice-President l.
A WIHSOTTTE countenance Uftd WHT
Varsuty Chour 3 4 Varsuty Basketball 4
Jumor Varsnty Basketball 3 lntramuwl
Sports Softball l 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4
The quiet mmd rs ncher than a
The first In glory as the frrst rn
Class Vnce President 3 Varslty Basketball
3 4 Junior Varslty Basketball l 2 Varsnty
Baseball 3 lntramural Sports Softball l
'T 3 4 Student Council President 3
A little mrschref by the way
Is fun to spice the passmg day
Jumor Varsity Basketball Manager l 2
Varslty Baseball 3 4 Intramural Sports
Basketball Sottballl 2 3 4 Stage Crew
Grab your partners
Class Treasurer 2 Honor Socrety 7 years
ARDSLEYAN Business Manager 3 Spamsh
Club 2 3 Graduation Usher 3 Outdoor
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2 3 4 Subscrlptaon Campalgn Business
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Thus year electrons were held to select the best all round gurl and boy
of the Senror Class The wrnners Betty Ann Stone and Edgar Walton were
chosen by the followlng last of quallfrcatlons personality sportsmanship
leadershrp all round partrcrpatlon rmtlatrve and class cntlzenshlp
Ardsley Hugh School takes thus opportunrty to congratulate these two
deservlng students for the honor bestowed on them by theur fellow class
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Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Seniors at Railroad Sfaflon
Suzanne Norma and Driver
Vufo Denardo Edgar Walton 23 Cherry Blossoms nn Bloom
Juniors and Seniors
Freshman Gym Class
J. V. Basketball
Robert Finn, James Juilleraf
J. V. Jump Ball
Ouidoor Club - Repairs
The Thrrd Degree consnstmg of twelve members constututes the executlve body
of the Honor Socaety Wuth theur adviser these students chosen for leadership and
character take charge of the varnous actrvrtues connected wuth the orgamzatron
At the Flrst Degree lmtlatlon In November forty three pupils ranging from the
fourth grade through hugh school became members The Honorable Walter G Seely
addressed the group for the twenty seventh consecutnve year
During the Chrlstmas season the members of the Third Degree entered enthusuas
tlcally Into the happy task of decorating the hugh school halls For the second year a
mall box faculltated the exchange of holrday greetnngs The spmt of Chrnstmas spread
quuckly untul all the rooms were transformed Into wnnter wonder lands
The officers are Betty Ann Stone President Fred Ernst Vlce-president Vnrgmla
Brennan Recording Secretary Norma Perlllo Corresponding Secretary James Julllerat
Treasurer Miss Helen Robble IS the adviser
FRONT ROW Fred Ernst Vlrglma Brennan Beverly Chrustlano Richard Arone Frank Jazzo Claudnu
Spelcher Miss Helen G Robbie SECOND ROW Claire Bucltes Barbara Edelman James Julllerat
Suzanne Recca Norma Perlllo ABSENT Betty Ann Stone
Robun Wulson Davud Purdy Barbara Nardecchua Rnchard Fruschmann Mr Arthur W Srlluman Principal
Richard Mooney John Trdgewell Duncan Clarke
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The long awauted day November Ist arruved wuth 32 hopefuls reportung to the gymnasuum
for basketball practuce After careful screenung Coach Kenneth Brown molded a Varsuty team around
four returnung veterans by addung two Senuors and two Sophomores Hopes were hugh for thus team
labeled un a fall assembly by Coach Brown The Team of Destuny
Openung the League season un January the team wuth two vuctorues and one defeat went
unto the furst game wuth great confudence for a successful season Hendruck Hudson the furst to feel
theur power dropped by the waysude as dud Elmsford but the Elmsford vuctory was a costly one
as Edgar Walton outstandung Senuor player suffered a broken arm un the closung moments and was
lost for the season The loss of Edgar left a great gap un team morale and abuluty and although the
other boys dud theur best three games were dropped before they found theur strude agaun Playung
500 ball agaunst such teams as Bronxvulle Mt Kusco Bruarcluff and largeu League schools the team
ended theur season wuth 8 vuctorues and 9 defeats wuth Capt Vuto DeNardo leadung hus team un
For outstandung abuluty un theur own class the Ardsley Varsuty team was unvuted to partucupate un
the State Tournament and play a game wuth Rhunebeck at Hyde Park
The .lunuor Varsuty under Mr Frank Kluge seasoned unto a fune team after fuve weeks of drull
Theur record of fuve straught wuns before two boys Robert Kamke and Danuel Gorman were moved
to the Varsuty spoke of theur possubulutues However the shuftung of the two Junuor boys to the Varsu
ty put too much burden on unexperuenced players and the team never dud regaun theur form Cons
tant drull by Mr Kluge has guven many hugh hopes of attaunung cu posutuon on the Varsuty when
the season opens next year
BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Once agaun the formatuon of the Blue Gold teams for competutuve work un classes proved a stum
ulant for unterest and abuluty Each boy was assugned un the fall to euther a Blue or Gold team un hus
class A record was kept of all contests and pounts awarded and scored
Competutuon was held between these teams un such events as the followung softball touch
football basketball one mule run crucket baseball foul shootung kuck ball shuffleboard Pung pong
rope clumbung dodge ball relay races and other actuvutues
Condutuonung exercuses dustant runs physucal achuevement tests skull tests horuzontal and sude
horse exercuses agaun proved popular wuth the boys
Thus year Thomas Marzella won the Ardsley Hugh School Foul Shootung Champuonshup for
the second season
FRONT ROW Salvatore Cumuno, Manager, Domunuck Pasquale, Barry Cogguns, Robert Emeruck, Donald
Raab, Frank Jazzo, Lester Ruordan, Anthony D'AngeIo, Manager SECOND ROW Mr Frank Kluge,
Cough, Rgbert Fmn, George Schappach, Walter Schmudt, Melvun Redmond, Robert Weaver, Robert Cook,
Robert Wulson, Ronald Berlund
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G.A.A. The Girls' Athletic Association started off
with a bang this year by having sixty out of sixty-four
girls in the entire high school attend the opening
mass meeting. After a very close election Joan Lutz
rose victorious to become President and Betty Ann
The first main event was a double round-robin
tournament in volleyball from which the deserving
"Seals", led by Claudia Speicher, emerged the
victors. The first Sports Day was played with our
traditional rival, Dobbs Ferry High School, a cone
quest we can most certainly gloat over. This year
instead of soccer, the girls decided to have inter-
class volleyball, From the resulting eye-opening bat-
tle with the Juniors, the Sophomores were proclaimed
champions. The popular basketball season rolled
around giving Dolores Garnier's team the victor's ban-
ner. Next, came everyone's favorite, badminton, with
a ladder type of tournament. We wound up the year
with a smashing season of softball. Everyone feels
that this has been the greatest year ever for G.A.A.
SPORTS CLUB The most cherished honor for any
girl in G.A.A. is to become a member of the Sports
Club, the group of leaders in sports activities. The
members officiate at all G.A.A. games and sponsor
playdays and sport days.
The first thing on the agenda was the election of
club president with Joan Lutz capping that honor.
Next, grade school children supported the showing
of a cartoon movie, a project which netted enough
money to buy each member of the Sports Club a
green and white sweater as a symbol of the organi-
zation, In January the group welcomed two new
members into their fold. On the whole, the Sports
Club has had a very successful year and is looking
forward to many more.
G.A,B. V Something new has been added to girls'
sports organizations this year. lt is called the Girls'
Athletic Board and consists of one representative
from each class plus the G.A.A. officers and a mem-
ber of the Sports Club. The purpose of the board
is to plan the girls' sports program after school and
to schedule playdays with other schools. The G.A.B.
has performed a wonderful iob this year, and here's
wishing them luck in the future.
G Top of G R. McGregor, H. Nordin, G. McCormack, J. McDonald, J. Koster, D.
Hotaling, B. Edelman, D. Young, P. Nardecchia, T. Curtin, C. Buckes, M. Avery, J.
Karcher, F. Panniclc, N. Perillo, G. Petruzzi, M. Ragone, A. Yottes, A. Gorman, J. Palermo,
J. Stohr, M. Fraietta. A Lower left of A f L. Carson, M. Cammisa, A. Huesgen, B.
Rutiglan, E. Wahlquist, J. Blasberg, J. Lutz, M. Murray, C. Speicher, E. Slaybaugh, E.
McPhee, E. McHenry, J. DeRocha, A. Gimbel, P. Gaarder. Cross bar of A A G. Karcher,
D. Garnier, J. Brennan. A - Lower left of A - C. Manchester, R. Spano, P. Cleary, J.
Calace-Mottola, G. Cartwright, B. Kakerbeck, G. Kurkela, D. Elling, E. Schmidt, V.
Brennan, J. Nottelmann, S. Recca, A. Ward, J. Garnier, B. O'Leary. Cross Bar of A - E.
McHenry, M. Aclcer, P. Calace-Mottola.
TOP Left to Right Josephine Palermo Margaret Avery Joan Stohr Janet
CalaceMottola Corol Manchester Gerrl McCormack Eleanor Slaybaugh
Dolores Garnier Dorothy Hotalung Pauline ColaceMottola Ellen McPhee
CENTER Peter Karcher mascot
FRONT Barbara Edelman Norma Perullo Patricia
Cleary Jaan Lutz SECOND Betty Ann Stone Joan
Koster Miss Grace Roll
FRONT - Pauline Calace-Mottola, Helga Nordin, Joan Lutz, Patricia Cleary.
SECOND - Norma Perillo, Josephine Palermo, Miss Grace Roll, Betty Ann
In September, 1949, as students arranged their schedules for the new term, about
fourteen chose Dramatics, a half-year course taught by Mrs. Elinor Koenig. lt was some-
thing new and proved very interesting as time went on. The class was divided in half,
while the first group worked on a play, the other half gathered informative material
on acting, directing, lighting, prompting and make-up. About -the middle of November,
the second half put on a play as the others learned more concerning the stimulating
topics that were contained in this Dramatics course. Excellent directing and prompting
proved successful as the actors of both plays gave fine performances at two assemblies
for the high school audience.
LEFT TO RIGHT - Donald Paterson, Suzanne Recca, Lois Carson, James Juillerat, Beverly Christiano,
Betty Ann Stone, Claire Buckes, ABSENT - Mrs. Elinor Koenig, Adviser, James Welsford, Marie Ragone,
William Filomena, Geraldine Cartwright, Robert Kamke, George Schappach.
FRONT ROW William Fllomeno Norma Pernllo Josephine Palermo SECOND ROW Miss Cornelia
Patteson Adviser Joan Lutz Frances Panmck Marie Ragone Gloria Petruzzl Joan Stohr Joan
Karcher Margaret Avery Eileen McHenry ABSENT Mary Costantml
For the Commercial Club the year was an interesting one At one meeting Miss
Twinkle Randall a cousin of Miss Patteson came to give us a very informative talk on
her duties as secretary In the American Embassy in Egypt At another gathering Miss
Anita Chandler a representative from Packard Secretarial College spoke to us about
the essential qualities needed for a successful secretary
As a group the Commercial Club visited Agricultural Associates Inc in Ardsley
and also the Sonotone plant in Elmsford
Though the year is nearly over we feel that we have accomplished something
worth while to look back upon and know that the information and suggestions given us
this year will help us tremendously in the future
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In September the two sections of the Spanish Club resumed activities under the
guidance of Miss Helen Robbie. The officers of the Senior group are Joan Koster,
President, and Joan Garnier, Secretary. The first year students chose Patricia Frisch-
mann, President, and Gail Kurkela, Secretary.
The purposes of the club are to provide ci source of recreation and to acquaint the
students more fully with the language and people of Spain, Mexico and South America.
A study of the cultures and history of the Latin American countries and the formation
of a sympathetic attitude toward their points of view are encouraged.
FRONT ROW - Robert Finn, Fred Ernst, Robert Emerick, Robert Weaver. SECOND ROW - Miss Helen
G. Robbie, Eleanor Wahlquist, Eleanor Slaybaugh, Patricia Cheslack, Elizabeth Kalcerbeck, Claudia
Speicher, Patricia Friscltmann, Janet Calace-Mottola, Joan Koster, Jacqueline Blasberg, Barbara Edelman.
THIRD ROW - Pauline Calace-Mottola, Ellen McPhee, Dorothy Elling, Janet Nottelmann, Virginia Bren-
nan, Gail Kurkela, Joan Garnier.
SEATED Patricia Frlschmann Gall Kurlxela Claudia Speicher William Fllomena Pauline Calace Mot
tola Janet CalaceMottola Marlorie Acker STANDING Mr Paul Koors Adviser ABSENT Annette
A well established organization consisting at present of only ten members is the
Journalism Club Besides engaging in the production of our school paper the mem
bers also become familiar with the use of the mimeograph the art of stenciling and
the qualities of a good reporter
Each month the club publishes the Salt and Pepper a paper dealing chiefly
with current events humor and school news With the profit received from sale of the
paper the group buys material necessary for the next publication This year the Jour
nalism Club took a trip to the News Building to view the advanced arts of publishing
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FRONT ROW Richard Hay Kenneth Acker Davnd Mooney Davld Purdy Watson Bell Glenn Koors
John Young SECOND ROW Phllllp Clmlno Wllllam LeCount Ellzabeth Waldemar Katherine Schoen
stem MITZI Oleary lynn Nevlnger Louise Medovlch Margaret Fitzgerald Rose Marne DePaul Annette
Scott, Angela locuratolo, Judith Baker STANDING Mary Franetta, Kung Cheslack, Edward Bramble
Josephine DeRocha, Andrew Kalmykow, Der: Meier ABSENT Mrs Ruth Howes, Adviser
FRONT Paulme Calace Mottola, Wullnam Flanagan, Claudna Speucher, Betty Ann Stone, Henry Woessner,
Vlrgmna Brennan, Donald Paterson, Patrucla Nardecchla, James Jurllerat SECOND Ruchard Arone, Fred
Ernst ABSENT Vuto DeNardo
THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT
Under the supervusuon and durectuon of Muss Evelyn Hallenbeck and Mr Mutchell
Vuncent the musuc department has developed unto one of the most actuve functuons un
Ardsley Hugh School At any tume of the day musuc may be heard resoundung unto the
wee corners of the hallways fullung the school wuth uts melody
Two afternoons a week the audutoruum holds un uts throng the Senuor Elementary
Chorus composed of seventh and eughth graders The chorus under the supervusuon of
Muss Hallenbeck holds us under uts spell as they sung the everyday favorutes so many
enloy These youngsters have entertauned un numerous school musucal programs and
also have entered unto competutuon
Newly organuzed thus year us the .lunuor Chorus un whuch the fufth and suxth grades
partucupate Some of theur excellent work has been heard un many school assembly pro
grams A group of eughteen selected from these two organuzatuons had the honor of
tcukung part un a raduo broadcast over WFAS last March
Two mornungs before school the orchestra under Mr Vuncent practuces un the audu
toruum doung theur best to become one of the funest orchestras Ardsley has ever had
Basucally the orchestra us composed of younger students who un most cases wull have
four years of experuence un thus fueld before they graduate from hugh school Three
members of the orchestra partucupated un the Sectuonal All State Musuc Festuval un Whute
Plauns gaunung consuderable experuence un playung wuth hundreds of other students
from the area One member Vurgunua Brennan also played un the All State Symphony
whuch performed at the New York State School Muslc Assocuatuon Conference at
The hugh school began the year by havung a muxed chorus compulsory for all It
has now developed unto a body of unterested sungers The Muxed Chorus was not organ
uzed for performances but to further group spurut uncrease natural vocal abulutues and
to help students to gaun experuence un sungung wuth others
Two mornungs each week the school us entranced by the pleasant sounds ussuung
forth from the musuc room These melodues come from the Varsuty Chour whuch has a
larger membershup thus year The chour works to gaun even balance and to attaun
greater musucal abuluty Several of the members of thus group performed un the Sectuonal
All State Chorus un Whute Plauns and the complete chorus entered all state competutuon
A new development thus year us the Varsuty Ensemble composed of twelve gurls
from the Varsuty Chour After many days of hard work they gauned recognutuon by
preparung a program sung over the raduo and thereby enthralled a large gatherlng un
New York Cuty
From all of these musucol organuzatuons has developed the Clef Club whuch us the
advusory board of the musuc department Everyone us eluguble for membershup who has
earned a varstty musuc letter or has shown suffucuent effort and unterest un the fueld
of musuc The purpose of the Clef Club us to make rules of conduct and effort for each
musuc organuzatuon to award letters to any deservung person and to duscuss matters
whuch aruse durung the year The club makes ut possuble for the students themselves
to form their own decusuons and rules by whuch they must abude
In addutuon to the many organuzatuons of the school musuc us also taught as a part
of the regular grade program Development of vocal and unstrumental work has been
stressed un order to buuld a foundatuon for future growth un musuc Musucal aptutude
tests are guven to all grade pupuls un order to fund out each students abuluty Musucal
Instrument lessons are provuded for those who show suffucuent abuluty and unterest Also
as a part of the program each class learns the fundamentals of musuc uncreosung theur
own knowledge as they go through school Each chuld us exposed to as much musuc as
possuble and us encouraged to develop hus own abuluty
The musuc department has not stopped growung as yet Each year new addutuons
and changes are made Nearly every student un school us un some way unvolved n
the musuc department and the whole school takes prude un the work that has been done
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FRONT A P. Calace-Mottola, J. Stohr, J. Palermo, D. Paterson, G. Schappach, W. Flanigan, E. Slaybaugh
D. Hotaling, J. Garnier, M. Fraietta. SECOND - Mr. Mitchell Vincent, G. McCormack, C. Manchester, P
Gaarder, R. Dahm, R. Arane, R. Wilson, A. D'AngeIo, D. DeLuca, E. Wahlquist, B. Rutiglan, D. Young
P. Frisclwmann. THIRD: M. Ragone, A. Gimbel, P. Narclecchio, R. Finn, F. Jazzo, J. Yottes, G. Bagge, C
Ricci, K. Cauvet, M. Avery, J. Karcher, E. McPhee. FOURTH - M. Murray, A. Huesgen, M. Aclcer, W
Filomena, R. Cook, J. Koster, R. Berlind, D. Pasquale, l.. Riardon, C. Speicher, H. Nordin, M, McHenry
FIFTH - B. Coggins, R. Emerick, H. Greiner, M. Redmond, W. Woessner, R. Weaver, R. Rosler, D. Elling
G. Kurkela. SIXTH - A. Gorman, J. McDonald, L. Carson, J. Koster, V. Brennan, M. Cammisa, S. Recca, R
Spono, E. Schmidt, E. Kalcerbeclv., J. Colace-Mottola, J. Noftelmonn, G. Cartwright, J. Blasberg, G. Karcher
FRONT George Schappach Joan Koster Georqe Bagge Virginia Brennan Robert Kamke SECOND
Claudia Speicher Ellen McPhee Lois Carson ABSENT Barbara Edelman
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Dorene Suihergreen Rosmo Mobuluo
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Elaine Grandolfi, Philip Cimino Walter Edelman Tom Elling
Ask any eighth grader what is the most important
event connected with this year, without question, his
answer will beigraduation. All the "little girl and
boy" years are over, and we are standing in the
doorway of a new life, high school. Therefore, we
anticipate the great night when we are marching
slowly toward the lighted stage, toward the goal of
eight years of schoolwork. All of us friends will share
together another memorable achievement. Look out,
Ardsley High School! Here we come!
Mrs. Albert Denari
FRONT ROW - Carol Riordan, David Fluskey, Margaret Flanigan
Harlan A. Thomas
Assistant Class Mother
Mrs. Dominick DeNardo
, William Finger,
Heidi Meier, Joseph Leach, Barbara Canning, Richard Frischmann, Rosina Mobilia,
Alberta Denari. SECOND ROW - Dorothy McPhee, Peter Connolly, Carol Hashagen,
Michael Grandolfi, Ruby Moretti, Gerhard Karl, Louise Quist, Douglas Boyd, Laura
Pearce, Robert Hamilton, Mr. Harlan A. Thomas. THIRD ROW - Barty DeRoche, Ann
Wilmoth, Duncan Wilson, Royce Paula Koors, Anthony DePaul, Laverne Ward, Joseph
DeNardo, Annette Boylan, Walter Edelman, Marianne Wertheim. FOURTH ROW -
Frank Noviello, Gertrude Rosler, Richard Bancroft, Ruth Seeler, Armand Fattori, Alicia
Melnik, William Bell, Helen Eisenhauer. ABSENT - Gretchen Messerich.
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One of our pleasantest social events this year was
a Halloween party. It was capably planned and
carried out by a special student committee with the
help of our grade mothers, thus making our first
party outside of school a brilliant success.
Some extra privileges we enjoyed this year are:
being allowed to use the high school library, having
Miss Robbie teach us some Spanish, and having
Mr. Horend show us scientific experiments in the
Combining pleasure with our work, we are making
the most of our youthful days.
Teacher, Miss Florence Egbertson
Mrs. Andrew Kalmykow
Assistant Class Mother
Mrs. Ferdinand Arone
FRONT ROW - Frank Cammisa, John Canning, Catherine Santore, Amy Messerich,
William Hoffman, Carol McKeough, Gary Fagan, Angela Pasquini, Garry Ragone,
Nancy Cauvet, Nancy Solomon, Joseph Cawley, Fred Arone. SECOND ROW - Bruce
Boyd, Andrew Kalmykow, George Salerno, Margot Moore, Allen Weiss, Grace Barbieri,
William LeCount, Dolores Ankelen, Warren Townsend, Judith Goodwin, Sam Scott,
Miss Florence Egbertson. THIRD ROW - Christie Bradley, Philip Cimino, Jean Seeler,
David Purdy, Jane Shurtleff, Richard Bell, Judith Riordan, Edward Bramble, Charles
Sprague, Franklin Cimino. ABSENT - John Manchester.
Shortly before the Christmas holidays, Miss Tryon
asked, "Does anyone have an idea of how we can
review geography in connection with Christmas?"
After discussion, the class decided to cut a Christmas
tree out of green paper. Next, we decorated it with
pictures of gifts and attached gift tags to them. ln-
stead of labeling a tag "to Mother from Bill", we
substituted for the name of the giver, the name of
the place where the product was made. Eventually,
we pasted the finished tree on our bulletin
board, where it received many compliments from
Teacher, Miss Ethel M. Tryon
Mrs. Frederick Gardiner
Assistant Class Mother
Mrs. Max Karl
FRONT ROW - Anthony DeRocha, David Mooney, Chester Slaybaugh, Francis
Schappach, Jeffrey Berlind, King Cheslack. SECOND ROW - Robin Wilson, Lynne
Nevinger, Margaret Christiano, Margaret Mestern, Diane Bunn, Jennie Barger, Carol
Morris, Ruth Ann Pearce, Carole Dewar, Barbara Curran. THIRD ROW - Cynthia
Proske, Peter Karcher, Joseph Rooney, Harold Kessler, Watson Bell, David Marrus, Glenn
Koors, Michael Kantor, Michael Pascone, Marianna Karl. FOURTH ROW - Helen
Hamilton, Greta Greiner, Priscilla Young, Barbara Gardiner, Bernadette Strachan,
Louise Medovich, Florence Scheller, Jill Connolly, Marie O'Leary, Miss Ethel M. Tryon.
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year on becoming aware of the world in which we
live and aware of the people around us. To this end
we have taken many trips together. First we had a
"hot-dog" roast at Woodlands just to get acquainted.
To note the effects of the change of seasons, we took
walks in the woods. We saw science slides of ancient
We hope that in addition to the three "R's"
Grade 2 has a better idea of what has gone on
before and of what is now going on about us.
Teacher, Mrs. Ethel J. Farnham
President of Girls' Club President of Boys' Club
Secretary of Girls'
Mrs. Charles Stahl
Club Secretary of Boys' Club
Assistant Class Mother
Mrs. George Motoasca
FRONT ROW f Noreen Ashley, Virginia Rosler, David Tidaback, Betty Fiore, Edward
Aim, Carol Stahl, Gay Connolly. SECOND ROW - Catherine Cassano, Nelson Hoy,
Elizabeth Motoasca, Anthony Waldeier, Mary Ann Dewar, Don Clarke, Mary Ann
Russo, Peter Muller, Mildred Fagan. THIRD ROW - Mrs. Ethel J. Farnham, Bonnie
Boyd, Bruce Zinck, Susan Walther, Gay Mayer, Pamela Chalmers, George Ramin,
Susan Suthergreen, David Nugent, Joanne Riccio. ABSENT - John Waterbury,
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Stephen Sm th John Speicher Henry William OLeary Edmund Moore SECOND
ROW Robert Davids Ruth Grell Mignon McCracken Jane Ellen Cauvet Karen Moore
Virginia Becktold Diana Schaefer Anne Sekaer Judith Dillon Judith Stern Jonathan
Purdy THIRD ROW Francis Purcell Evelyn Brady Joseph Marsek Margaret Stahl
Frederick Progner Ill Jane Stagluano Robert Bell Jr Karen Morrison Russell Wedeklnd
Westa Delagi REAR Mrs Frances C Ferguson ABSENT Althea deTarnowsky
Eleanor Brookings Lynn Grandolfi
Realizing the importance of helping others, Grade
IF was the first to get 10006 Junior Red Cross mem-
Teacher, Mrs. Frances C. Ferguson bershlp-
Then at Christmas we turned our efforts to en-
Class Molherf Mrs- Robert Bell tertaining the Primary Assembly with a singing play,
"When Santa Comes". All of us took part in the
production in such roles as spinning tops, bouncing
balls, toy soldiers, teddy bears and parts of a toy
train. This play and our masquerade Halloween party
were two of the principal highlights of the year.
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FRONT ROW - Alexander Sheldon, Stephen Wilson, Paul Koors, Charles Salerno,
Peter Bell, Donald Rooney, Richard Clute, Richard Cook, William Duke. SECOND
ROW - Stephen Zatt, Karen Stammer, Gayle Crisi, Judith Young, Judith Sankey, Mary
Curran, Donna Bliss, Jean Rempfer, Raymond Manchester, John Pascone. THIRD
ROW - Miss Nancy Bloxsom, William Schleicher, Susan Young, Leona Wirz, Margaret
Schappach, Robert Butler. FOURTH ROW - Jacqueline Dowe, Edward Brown, Donald
Andrews. ABSENT - Marion Lehmkuhl, Sharon Louft, Karen Yocis.
To fill our room with Christmas spirit we dreamt
of iust what Christmas meant to us. Then in each
of our lockers we proceeded to create scenes of our
. homes surrounded by snow mountains and Christmas
Teacher, Miss Nancy Bloxsom frees.
Class Mother, Mrs, Roben Morris Upon our bookcase we could observe a lovely
scene of the birth of Jesus.
Assistant Class Mother, Mrs. Francis Andrews The last and greatest pleasure was to find our
large Christmas tree gayly decorated beside our fire-
place. For several days we enioyed caroling around
it just before we left for home.
R. S. A. CORPORATION
ARDSLEY, NEW YORK
TOP Mlss Annette Dorf Davnd Purdy SECOND Seventh Peruod Study Halllnbrary THIRD Ceramics
Muss Davis Pot Cleary Rudy Rosler Rose Spono Sue Recca George Schuppoch Betty Ann Stone BOTTOM
Hank Greuner Melvnn Redmond
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VILLAGE of ARDSLEY
Westchester County New York
M A Y O R
ALBERT E. DENARI
T R U S T E E S
ROBERT E. L. BUNCH HENRY D. ELLING WILLIAM EMERICK
B. WILBUR McDOWELL OLIVIA G. SEELER
POLICE Jusrlcs CLERK-TREASURER
JOHN J. GERAGHTY
SILENCE IS GOLDEN
MESSY, ISN'T IT?
COLUMBUS F ARONE Presrdenf
PAUL E BAKER Trustee
FRED S SUTHERGREEN Trusfee
CARMENI BRENNAN Trusfee
OSCAR E ACKER Trustee
LEAH B SLAYBAUGH Clerk
EDWARD E AIM Treasurer
John Y Hes Bc bo a Edelman BOTTOM .Imm Welsfo d .loo Sfohr Joan Karcher Bobby Komke
TOP: Tommy Marzellc, Dick Ward. SECOND: "Pop" Brown. THIRD: Jackie Blasberg Mel Redmond
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"THE HOUSE THAT SERVICE BUILT"
Fuel Oil - Oil Burner Service
as IT A HOMER?
Main Office: HARTSDALE, NEW YORK
Oil Storage Plant: HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N. Y.
AREN'T THEY sum
TAKING LIFE EASY
WILLIAM B. BRENNAN
BOTTOM Claudio Spencher Wally Hennessy George Bagge
TOP: Biology Comp, Croion. SECOND: Billy Flanigun, Bob Finn, Bob Weaver. THIRD Biology Camp
THE PARENT - TEACHERS
J. E. BRENNAN CORP.
480 Lexington Avenue New York, N Y
Komke Pafrnck Crusfello George Schappach Vito Pasquale
TOP: Billy Cook, Jean Thomas. SECOND: Seventh Grade Girls. THIRD: Varsity Drag. BOTTOM: Bobby
JAMES McCARTNEY 8. SON
Real Estate and Insurance
McCartney Building Ardsley, N. Y
Telephones: Dobbs Ferry 3 0331 2040
lEWIS 8. Mc DOWEll, Inc.
285 Madison Avenue
New York, N. Y.
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WHITE PIAINS NEW YOIK
of V - Yo x 17. 42 L nn Q.
P epare now for apre-
A fe edsecretarlalpo ition.
Berkeley-t alned secre-
A F R I E N D ta 'es are associated with
w'e aiety ofb' -
gan' ations. Courses f r hlgh-
! hool 1 aduates and college
w men. Di.t'ng i.hed faculty.
Effecti e pla eme t e I e. Cat-
Alozuo. Write Assistant Director.
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CHARLES S HOY, Inc
Dobbs Ferry 3 I807
PLUMBING and HEATING
I A N S W I L S O N
Phone Dobbs Ferry 3 0565 WHQLESALE FLORIS1'
Licensed In Ardsley Dobbs Ferry
and HEATHER DELL ROAD
ARDSLEY N Y
Town of Greenburgh
TOP Hank Gre ner
Edgar Walton Vlc Arone
SECOND Tommy Marzello THIRD Conky Novnello Chaco Froleha BOTTO
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THE METHODIST CHURCH
o community church
Where a friendly welcome
Lym E K pp - Douglas W. Kipp
Confracfors and Engineers
Phone Dobbs Ferry 3-2200
Ardsley, N. Y.
Hardware Housefurnnshrngs Paints
Locks Repalred Keys Made
Garden and Contractors Supplies Tools
Phone Dobbs Ferry 3 OOO5
127 Mann Street Dobbs Ferry N Y
Say It wlth Flowers
ROBERT M JOHNSTON
Homsr and GROWER
Phone Dobbs Ferry 3 0311
225 Ashford Avenue Dobbs Ferry N
Dobbs Ferry N Y
BESSON 8: COMPANY
Dock Street Dobbs Ferry N Y
Tel Dobbs Ferry 26 27 or 32
OBBS FERRY BANK
Dobbs Ferry N Y
Prck Up and Delivery
s 75c 18 Ibs O
24 hour service
Dobbs Ferry 3 5698
s 5Oc 18 lbs 100
Saw Mull Rnver Parkway
Eastvlew N Y
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
99 HUDSON STREET NEW YORK CIT
TOP Frances Ponmck Glorc Pet Ulll I.lIIlon Papo tch SECOND The Ardsleyettes THIRD Gerrl
McCormack Skippy Sloybough Jean Brennan BOTTOM Sophomore 49 Food Sale
, 9lb. - .S1.5
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TRANS,I-Ux THEATER ROSEDALE NURSERIES
BLASBERG MOTORS, INC.
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
CARS - PARTS - SERVICE
40 Cedar Street Dob
Phone Dobbs Ferry 3-5040
o storm soshes
o porch shades
- Phone -
Dobbs Ferry 3-1193
146 Main Street
B E N C O H E N
Telephone Elmsford 6-1886
2 NORTH STONE AVENUE
ELMSFORD, N. Y.
AMEmcA's FINEST FRUITS, VEGETABLES STYUSHI AREWT WE,
457 ASHFORD AVENUE
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
C. ENGELMAN, Ph.G.
Phone Dobbs Ferry 3-0512 - 525
ASHFORD AVENUE 8 ELM STREET
ARDSLEY N. Y.
ARDSLEY HARDWARE CO
Hardware - Benj. Moore Paints
Gas Ranges - Refrigerators
Westinghouse Appliances 8- Television
Phone Dobbs Ferry 4010
Res. Phone Hastings 4421
Addyman Square Ardsley N.
DR ALBERT BASSEL
AMERICA S SECOND OLDEST
Serving discriminating homemakers
with quality food products for over
three quarters of a century
SUPER MARKETS FOOD STORES
CHAT AND CHEW
Phone Dobbs Ferry 341
ITALIAN CUISINE PIZZA
CHICKEN IN A BASKET
64 Saw Mill River Rd Ardsley N
HEATHER DELL FARM
ARDSLEY N Y
A Very Satisfactory Valet Service
All Cleaning Done on the Premises
Phone Dobbs Ferry 3 4756.1
LOUIS S MARKET
ON THE SQUARE
Louis Corato Prop
AT LOWEST PRICES
Full Line of Frozen Foods
Phones D F 31121 3
470 ASHFORD AVENUE
ARDSLEY N Y
TOP Jane MacDonald SECOND Mr Acker Mrs Thomas THIRD Henry Woessner
Tony DAngelo BOTTOM Gerrie Cartwright
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BEST QUALITY MEATS
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DObbs Ferry 3-1954
DAY - und - NIGHT
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE - COLLISION SPECIALISTS
REPAIRING and OVERHAULING
ARDSLEY SQUARE ARDSLEY, N. Y.
WHERE'S VITO, JANE?
TALL AND SHORT OF IT!
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STATELY AND SERENE
T. OTTOO E 8 SONS, INCORPORATED
LITHOCRAPHY 06120 PRINTING
31 IEFFERSON STREET - STAMFORDC NN CTICUT ' TELEPHONE 4-9226
R C T W M E L R O S E
Marne Ragone PatNardeccI1ua THIRD Dramahcs Class Geraldine Cartwright George Schappach Roberf
Kcmke William Fnlomena Beverly Chrisfiano BOTTOM Claudio Speicher Doroihy Eiling Robert Weaver
DI E NEW YORK IRE' 5-4lI2
TOP: Sixth Period Gym Class. SECOND: Honor Society: Richard Arone, Beffy Ann Sione, Virginia Brennan,
CLASS OF 1950
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FIRST DEGREE INITIATION
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GROCERY AND DELICATESSEN I 'Isl 'U
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Co,,,p,,,,,e,,,S GENERAL INSURANCE
135 WILLIAM STREET
Phone Beekman 3 3551 3 3586
24 TAFT LANE
Phone D F 31118
TOP Hone Economlcs J SIo"Ir E McHenry .I McDonald M Costan? HI J Palermo M Avery J Karcher
ECOND Vto De Nordo DIck Ward Jerry Per llo THIRD A Gmbel T Curhn A Yohes D Young
D Garner M Fra efia A Ward M Acker BOTTOM Poulme Caloce Mohola ond Bully Flanlgan
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Tel. D. F. 3-4016 24 Hr. Towing Service
H 81 H BODY SHOP
Duco Painting 8- Welding
Body 81 Fender Straightening
706 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
ARDSLEY, NEW YORK
281 MADISON AVENUE
NEW YORK 17, N. Y.
A GIRL SCOUT"
Telephone Dobbs Ferry 3-2670
HOME COOKED FOODS
Wm. Panniclc, Prop.
456 ASHFORD AVENUE ARDSLEY, N. Y.
PETRONE'S CIGAR STORE
snfvfnfs :cf CREAM ExcLuslvELv
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
CLOTHES MAKE THE WOMAN
KEEP AT IT, BOYS!
"TOO MANY COOKS . . ."
CHECKING ACCOUNTS CHRISTMAS CLUBS THRIFT ACCOUNTS
SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNTS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ARDSLEY, NEW YORK TEL. DOBBS FERRY 3-4900
PROPERTY IMPROVEMENT LOANS HOME APPLIANCE LOANS
SMALL BUSINESS LOANS PERSONAL LOANS
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
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II so om .I N III D
TOP: io e Nardo, Frank Fraie a. D: Eleanor Wah uis. T : arles Muzzey, Claudia
Speic er, Jacqueline Blasberg, Joan Kosfer. TT : une? o emann and olores Garnier.
F. I. Mc CORIIIIACK
5 JUDSON AVENUE 50 EAST 42nd STREET
ARDSLEY NEW YORK 17, N. Y.
Phone: DObbs Ferry 3-0433 Phone: MUrroy Hill 2-6611
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 JOURNALS
PROGRAMS ANNOUNCEMENTS POSTERS
XMAS CARDS BOOKLETS MENUS
BEFORE YOU CONTRACT FOR YOUR NEXT PRINTING ORDER
LET US SUBMIT A BID ON THE COST OF THE WORK
GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP PROMPT DELIVERY
BEEN WAITING LONG?
WHA' HAPPENED, JOAN?
CHUMMY, AREN"T WE?
IUSEPH COGGINS' DAIRY
FOR ALL YOUR DAIRY FOODS
MILK - CREAM - CHOCOLATE MILK - VITAMIN D MILK
COTTAGE CHEESE - BUTTERMILK - EGGS
IN RAIN OR SHINE, HAIL OR SLEET
YOU SEE OUR TRUCKS ON THE STREET
Phone Dobbs Ferry 3 OI88
357 ASHFORD AVENUE DOBBS FERRY
THE ARDSLEY CHOCOLATERIA
EXTENDS ITS BEST WISHES FOR FUTURE SUCCESS TO THE
ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS 'I950
WE SERVE CARPENTERS ICE CREAM EXCLUSIVELY
TOP: D IhyY g. SECOND: G g D f . THIRD:J B n,G 'IK her. BOTTOM: LaVerne Wa
VISIT OUR NEW MODERN LOUNGE
SAW MILL RIVER PARKWAY
CHAUNCEY, N. Y.
Tel. Dobbs Ferry 3-4034
Cultural and practlcal educatlon
for busmess careers courses of
fered as llsted provlde for a wlde
varlety m the field of bubmess
Accountancy Practnce IC P A I Degree Course
Accountancy and Busmess Admmlstrataon Degree Course
Marketnng Advertusmg and Sellmg Degree Course
Secretarial Practuce Certlficate Program
W :te teleph BA cl y 7 8200
fOpposrto City Hall Park,
SPRAIN BROOK FLORIST
ST BARNABAS CHURCH
HEATHERDELL 81 SAW MILL RIVER ROADS
ARDSLEY N Y
THE REV SYDNEY C NEWHOUSE Vlcar
Holy Communlon Every Sunday at 8 AM
First Sunday at II AM
Morning Prayer Other Sundays at II AM
CHURCH SCHOOL AT 930 AM
Tel Dobbs Ferry 3 4135 FREDDIE KEBBLER
THE OLD MILL
DANCING ON WEEKENDS
SAW MILL RIVER ROAD ARDSLEY
A McPHEE AND SONS
New YORK CITY
TOP Geometry Christmas Tree SECOND Edgar Walton Henry Gremer THIRD Joanne Groth BOTTOM
Chemnstry Christmas Tree
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CHAUNCEY, N. Y.
THE GREENBURGH SAVINGS BANK
DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
CHRISTMAS CLUB SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
TOTAL ASSETS S4,500,000
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Mr and Mrs Frank Kluge
Dorothy M Pelda
Mr and Mrs C Schappach
Constance E Parsons
Don s Beauty Studuo
Mr and Mrs Allan
Emlly A Ehler
The Ben Fergusons
Shurley L Harcourt
Louuse K Hatfleld
Marnan and Ken Brown
John H Werthelm and Family
Mr and Mrs C Felter
S O S Shoe Servlce
Phlllp Lutz Jr
Arthur W Snlllman
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs
Grace A Rol
Mr and Mrs
C L Weaver
Paul H Dowe
John E Teller
T D Chrustnano
Mr and Mrs Blaise Recca
Jack D Marrus
O E Acker
Mrs Estelle Rosenhouse
Lee A Junllerat
Manton C Martin
The Purdy Family
Mrs John Muller
John J Curtis
The Rnordan Famuly
Helen G Robbse
Mr and Mrs Mitchell Vincent
Harriet S Edwards
Mr and Mrs W H Brown
Mr and Mrs Anton Snetz
Mr and Mrs Cyrul R Jones
Mrs H A Thomas
Mr and Mrs Charles Damm
The Zlto Family
Mr and Mrs Eddie Brown
Geraldnne and Mrs Pruett
Mr and Mrs Guckenblehl
Duncan Robln and Stephen Wnlson
Ravekes Taylor Stop
Leather Den and Gift Shop
Compliments of a Frlencl
The Model Klddle and Model Shoe Shop
John A Querker
Reader s Variety Store
Tarncone Fuel Service
Jean s Beauty Shop
L Zumkm Inc Dry Goods and Shoes
Mr and Mrs H Gremer
The Cosentmo Famuly
Duck Margot and Ned Moore
Mr and Mrs Charles Culver
Arthur T Noone
Mrs R Rellly
Mr and Mrs Carl Qulst
Francus J Purcell
Ellnott J Elemonge
Carl C Stohr
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In a valley rich in Mem'ries
By a trail the Indians made,
Ivy-covered walls rise proudly,
From a slope of richest jade.
Sunshine lingers on its beauty
Loyal hearts pay homage due
To our own clear Alma Mater
And the Orange and the Blue
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