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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.
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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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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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