Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1955
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This ls Our Story .
Published by the Class of 1956
Ardsley High School
Ardsley, New York
Table of Contents
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We, the class of 1956, dedicate this Ardsleyan
Mr. Howard Hartman
to Mr. Howard Hartman
We, the Junior class, dedicate this l955 ARDSLEYAN to
Mr. Howard Hartman, our industrial arts teacher and sincere
All of those boys who take shop know the intense interest
Mr. Hartman has in their work and how glad he is to assist
anyone who requires help. The members of the Electricians'
Club are grateful to him, as their adviser, for his lucid in-
struction in the use of the movie proiector and the various
other types of electrical equipment. Every Senior appreciates
the way Mr. Hartman and his Stage Crew have attended to
the lighting and wiring essential for a successful production
of the senior play.
In order to extend our thanks for the many hours you
have devoted to us, both in the shop, in our clubs, and as
an adviser of the ARDSLEYAN,we, the class of '56, dedicate
this yearbook to you, Mr. Hartman.
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and to the memory of Robert A. Arone
Robert A. Arone
Member of the class of 1946, President of the Honor Society 1946,
Vice-President of the Student Council 1945, Honor Graduate of Seton Hall University 1951,
Student at the University of Rome Medical School.
From him who was
always serious-minded beyond his years,
devoted to his family,
unassuming, gentle, considerate,
respected and admired by
his fellow students,
courageous and persevering in the
face of difficulties,
dedicated to the profession of medicine,
his family and friends
will forever draw
MR. ARTHUR W. SILLIMAN
Jr. Student Council Adviser
These are The principals
MR. KENNETH H. BROWN
Principal of the Elementary School
New York University
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
MR. EDWARD E. AIM, President
MRS. VINTON H. CLARKE
MR. JOHN J. GALVIN
MR. DONALD R. HASSELL
MR. ANTHONY WALDEIER
MRS. EMILY A. EHLER, Treasurer
MRS. ANNE L. HUESGEN, Clerk
Mr. Chas. W. Horend
Science, Driver Education
Mrs. Marion Brqvyn Miss Annette L. Gimbel
Secretary to Mr- Sllllmin Secretary to Mr. Silliman
of our story who have aided us
Mr. Harlan A. Thomas
Department Head of the
Miss Helga Nordin
Secretary to Mr. Brown
Mrs. Ruth B. Adams
Brockport State Teachers'
Mrs. Dorothy Alshin MVS- H. Bartholomew Miss Patricia Birdsall Miss Nancy Bloxsom
Grade 1 School Psychologist Grade 6 Kindergarten .
M.A. M.A. B.S. B.S.
Columbia University Columbia Teachers' Cortland State Teachers' New Paltz State
College College Teachers' College
throughout our school career
Mrs. Carmen Brennan Miss Celia P. Conklin Miss Eleanor I. Davis Miss Ha,-fiery 5, Edwards Mr. Everett Einhom
School Nurse, R. N. School Nurse, R. N. Art and Ceramics Grade 4 Grade 8
New York Post Graduate Albany Hospital Potsdam Normal New Paltz Normal M.A,
Mrs. Eva S. Ellis Mrs. Ethel J. Farnham Mr. Clarence E. Felter MVS- R05ema"Y FOX MVS- Alice FflSCl'Imanr1
French Gnd, 2 Hisgoq Grade 2 Grade 5
NMA- Plattsburgh State Normal Social Studies B-A- BA-
Brussels' University School MUA. Wheaton College College of New Rochelle
New Yoflf l-l"llVel'5ll'Y Bucknell University
Miss Evelyn Hallenbeck Mr. Howard T. Hartman MVS- Louise K- Hatfield Ml55 Arlene l'laYm0nf-l Mfs- Vlvlan l-- Hill
Music Industrial Arts Grade I Music Grade 4
B.E. M.A. B.A. B.S. B.A.
Potsdam State Teachers' Oswego State Teachers' U'1lV9fSllY of California P0lSd8fT1 Slafe Teachers' l'll-lnlel' College
College College College
and whose guidance and sincerity
Mrs. Ruth H. Howes Mrs. Lois L. Hoy MiSS RUTH Hurlbut MY- Mifhael Jadiman M"5- MY'a Klallf
Home Economics Kindergarten Grade 3 Physical Education Grade 2
M.A. 5.5, Potsdam State Teachers' B-5- BA-
Columbia University Columbia University College Arnold College Queens College
Mr. Frank Kluge
Mrs. Elinor B. Koenig
English IV, Dramatic:
New York University
Miss Virginia Maurer Miss Joan McLaughlin
Science, Mathematics, Grade 2
M.A. Hunter College
Albany State Teachers'
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English Ill Physical Education Special Teacher - Art
Guidance Counselor B.S. B.A.
M,A, New York University Buffalo State Teachers'
Columbia University College
Mrs. Barbara Moran Miss Cornelia Patteson Miss Dorothy M. Pelda
Grade 3 Commercial Subiects English I and II
B.S. M.A. M,A.
Potsdam State Teachers' Columbia University New York University
have encouraged us in our scholastic work
Mrs. Margaret Purdy - Mrs. Margaret Y. Reuter Mrs. Mariorie Ridings Miss Helen G- Robbie M555 Grace A- Roll
Grade 6 Grade 4 Kinduganen Latin, Spanish Physical Education
B,A, Philadelphia Normal M.A. M-A- M-A-
Humer College School Columbia University New York University Columbia University
Mrs. Janice Ruotolo Mrs. Myrtle Seberg Mrs. Helena Snyder Miss Florence Stasiak Miss Helen A. Toomey
Grade 3 Grade I Grade 6 Grade I Grade 3
B.A. M.A. Oswego State Teachers' B.S. Potsdam State Teachers'
Hunter College Columbia University College Oswego State Teachers' College
Miss Ethel M. Tryon Mr. Mitchell C. Vincent ' Miss Margaret Wesp Mrs. Ruth H. Wessels Mr. William Wolter
Grade 5 Director of Music Grade 7 Grade 5 Gnd, 7
Potsdam Normal Ed.M. B. Pd. B.A, B,A,
New York University New York Training University of Mississippi Cornell College
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MR. HARRY DENIKE MR. THOMAS WILMOTH
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Four years ago we entered high school with lots of enthusiasm.
We were embarrassed when everyone clapped as we walked into
our first assembly and when the girls were pushed under the
showers at their first game in G. A. A., but we laughed with the
rest because it's part of high school life. As "Frosh," we had a
big hay ride, watched the stars, and forgot the problems which
faced us in school. Then at Christmas time we went carolling.
Frozen but happy, we came back and enioyed our hot chocolate.
Our Freshman year opened the door for three more years of
hard work and a lot of fun
The entire Sophomore class went to Croton for Biology Camp.
It was fun to live outdoors and strengthen the ties which bound
us together as a class by swimming, daily baseball games, and
even preparing the meals. On our last night in Croton the winds
started to blow, and then there was a downpour. Our memories
of that night include wading to the cabins, building a big fire
in the mess hall to keep warm, and our regret in leaving Croton.
Soon after we returned home, we were busy again selling
candy at the basketball games to provide for our trip to Washing-
ton in our Senior year.
ROSE AND BETTY
DORENE AND ANGELA
KENNETH ROBERT ACKER
Under all speech that is good there lies a
silence that is better
Honor Society 9 years, Second Degree 3 years,
Third Degree 4, Treasurer 4, ARDSLEYAN Busi-
ness Manager 3, Salt and Pepper l, Varsity
Choir 3, 4, Regional 3, 4, Dramatic Club l, 2,
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Club 2, Out-
door Club l, 2, 3, 4, American Legion Boys'
State 3, College Club 4, Subscription Manager
4, Samuel of "Curious Savage."
As merry as the day js long
Honor Society 6 years, ARDSLEYAN Advertis-
ing, Typing Committee 3, Salt and Pepper 4,
Varsity Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2
years, Clef Club 4, Secretary 4, State Competi-
tion 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 3, Cap-
tain 4, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Gold Captain 4,
G. A. B. 2, Sports Club 3, 4, President 4,
Commercial Club 3, 4, President 3, Reporter
4, Yearbook Club 2.
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JUDITH G. BAKER
little deeds of kindness
Honor Society 9 years, Second Degree 3 years,
Third Degree 4, ARDSLEYAN Photography
Editor, Salt and Pepper 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2,
3, Varsity Choir i, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, Girls'
Ensemble l, 2, 3, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, lnter-
class: Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 1, 2, 3,
4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Club 2,
Girl Scouts 9 years, Drawing Club 4, College
Club 4, Subscription Co-Manager 4, Miss
Willie of "Curious Savage."
BARBARA J. BERLIND
'imagination rules the world
Honor Society 4 years, ARDSLEYAN Advertis-
ing Committee 3, Salt and Pepper 3, Varsity
Choir l, 2, 4, Girls' Ensemble, All State Sec-
tional Chorus 2, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, inter-class: Basketball, Softball 1, 2,
3, 4, Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
3, President 4, Creative Writers' Club 1, Year-
book Club 2, College Club 3, 4, Senior Prom
Entertainment Chairman 3, Mrs. Savage of
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STEPHEN S. BERTMAN
The hand that follows intellect can achieve
Reporter 1, 45 Secretary 25 Treasurer 35 Honor
Society 9 yearsp Second Degree 3 years5 Third
Degree 45 ARDSLEYAN Assistant Editor 35 Salt
and Pepper 1, 25 Dramatic Club l, 25 Gradua-
tion Usher 35 IOOB6 Club Intermediate Alge-
bra5 Creative Writers' Club I5 Yearbook Club
2, President 25 College Club 45 Titus of "Cur-
JOYCE P. BL O F
Stillness is mor I u ha rds
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remember the spirit that prevailed
I live en the sunny side of the street
Jr. Varsity Baseball 35 Intra-murals: Basketball
3, Football 45 Electricians' Club 3, 45 Civil Air
Patrol, Rank Sgt.
Good will and the rigour of the game
Jr. Varsity Basketball 15 Varsity Basketball 2,
3, 45 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club
4 years5 lntra-mural Football 45 Electricians'
Club 45 Jewelry Club 4.
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HARVEY R. COLTEN
Gentle of speech, baneficent of mind
Transfer from Forest Hills High School, New
York City, Salt and Pepper 3, 4, Varsity Choir
4, Regional, Intra-murals: Baseball 3, Basket-
ball 3, 4, Football 4, Dramatc Club 4, Spanish
Club 3, Graduation Usher 3,,.1O0M Club, ln- ,,
termediate Algebra, Jeffrey!-of "Curious
ROSE MARIE DePAUL
The mildest manners and the gentlest heart
Secretary 3, 4, Honor Society 5 years, ARD-
SLEYAN Typing Editor 3, Salt and Pepper 1,
2, 4, Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Clef Club 2,
3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3, President 4, White Plains
Regional Choir 2, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, G, A. A.
l, 2, 3, 4, Gold Co-Captain 4, Sports Club
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Q ' , '.- "' Usher 3, Commercial Club 3, 4, Secretary 3,
l .f M . t' - Vice-President 4, Yearbook Club 2, College.
" yl - ' Club 4, Florence of :'Curious Savage."
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With mlrth and laughter
Honor Society 7 years, Second Degree 2 yeqrs,
ARDSLEYAN Photography Committee 3, Band
1, Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 1,
2, 3, Regional 1, 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4,
Captain 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-class:
Volleyball, Softball, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club
3, Yearbook Club 2, Girl Scouts 8 years,
Senior Scout 1, 2, Fairy May of "Curious Sav-
Contentmant furnishes constant icy
Honor Society 9 years, Second Degree 5
years, ARDSLEYAN Advertising, Typing Com-
mittees 3, Salt and Pepper Typing Staff 3, 4,
Varsity Choir .1, 2, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. B. 1, Sports Club
3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Year-
book Club 2.
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Vice-President i, Honor Society 1 year, ARD-
SLEYAN Advertising Editor 3, Salt and Pep-
per 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Varsity Choir l, 2,
Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Baseball
2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, Varsity Basket-
ball 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Sec-Treas. 4, Intra-
murals: Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Foot-
ball 4, Dramatic Club 4, Treasurer 4, Spanish
Club 2, Creative Writers' Club 2, Yearbook
Club 2, College Club 3, 4, Hannibal of "Cur-
Good humor and wit good-natured
ARDSLEYAN Advertising Committee 3, J
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4
Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basebal 3
Varsity Club 4, Chairman of Hallo
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N REGINALD HERMANS
In him alone was natural to please
Honor Society 'll year, President 1, ARDSLEY-
AN Publicity Editor, Varsity Choir 1, 2, 4,
Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball
2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball
I, 2, Varsity Club 4, lntra-murals: Softball l,
2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Football 4, Spanish Club
1, Boy Scouts 'l, 2, Life Scout, Assistant Scout-
master, Chefs' Club 4. '
MICHAEL P. HESSE
Deep-sighted in intelligence, ideas,
Transfer from Aberdeen High School, Aber-
deen, Maryland, Varsity Choir 2, Electricians'
Club 3, 4, Chefs' Club l.
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A little wit now and than All passes. Art alone enduring stays to ue
ls relished by the best of men Transfer from Christopher Columbus High
Honor Society 5 years, ARDSLEYAN Advertis- School, New York City, Drawing Club 4.
ing Committee 3, Salt and Pepper 4, Assign- E ', .
mam Editor 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, spam y ylvgxlyg , , K -if 3
Club 3, 4: Riding Club l, 2: Dramatic Club 'ul g..e.b"- ' A x' C. lx' 'L'
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Yearbook Club 2, Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, Draw- , L . X ' X 'W K 5 4. lox U ' "
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And frame your mind to mirth and merriment
Transfer from Brooklyn Technical High School,
New York City, Honor Society i year, Salt
and Pepper 3, 4, Copy Editor 4, Jr. Varsity
Baseball 35 lntra-murals: Softball 3. Football
4, Basketball 3, 4, Captain 41 Dramatic Club
4, Graduation Usher 3: College Club 4, Pres-
ident 45 Dr. Emmett of "Curious Savage."
EVA FLORENCE LAMBERT
There la always time enough for eeurteey
Honor Society 1 year, Salt and Pepper Pro-
duction Staff 4, G. A. A. 3, 47 Commercial
, Club 3, 4, President 45 Mrs. Paddy of "Cur-
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An ounce of mirth, I pound of laughter
Band I, Varsity Choir 1, 2, Orchestra 1, Var-
sity Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2,
Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball l, 2,
Varsity Club 4, lntra-murals: Basketball l,Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, Football 4.
ANGELA MARIE LOCURATOLO
Music exalts each ioy
Honor Society 3 years, ARDSLEYAN Circula-
tion Editor 3, Salt and Pepper Production
Staff 4, Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' En-
semble l, Clef Club 4, Vice-President 4, All-
State 3, White Plains Regional 2, 4, G. A. A.
l, 2, 3, Inter-class: Softball l, 2, Volleyball
1, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, Commercial Club 4,
Treasurer 4, Yearbook Club 2, Sewing Club
1, State Competition 2, 3, Miss Willie of
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Treasurer 2, President 3, 4, Honor Society 9
years, Second Degree 3 years, Third Degree nfl
4, ARDSLEYAN Advertising Co-Edtor, Saltfrmrx
and Pepper 1, lntra-murals: Basketball 3, 4, 'qw
Football 4, Dramatic Club 2, Electricians' Club'l",f'4 1 ,,
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Sec-Treas. 4, Creativgir
Writers' 1, Student Council 4, President 4, 5 C'
Yearbook Clubghzyflub 4, Sec.-Treaf4.
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Good humor only teaches charms to last
Vice-President 3, Honor Society 9 years, Sec-
ond Degree 3 years, Third Degree 4, Vice-
President 4, ARDSLEYAN Assistant Editor, Var-
sity Choir 2, Cheerleader 3, G. A. A. l, 2,
3, 4, lnter-class: Basketball, Volleyball, Soft-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 1, Spanish Club
2, 3, Graduation Usher 3, Yearbook Club 2,
Drawing Club 4, College Club 3, 4.
A high spirit and the will to win
Honor Society 7 years, Second Degree 3
years, ARDSLEYAN Advertising Committee 3,
Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble
2, 3, Clef Club 4, Regional 2, 4, G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Sports Club 3, 4,
Inter-class: Basketball, Volleyball, Softball 1,
2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Club
An autheress, an actress, a student in one
Reporter 1, Honor Society 7 years, Second
Degree l year, ARDSLEYAN Art Editor, Salt
and Pepper Art Editor 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Riding Club 1, Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 3, Vice-President 4, Creative Writers' Club
1, 2, President 2, Yearbook Club 2, College
Club 4, Fairy May of "Curious Savage."
Silence sweeter is than speech
Honor Society 9 years, Second Degree 4
years, ARDSLEYAN Photography Committee 3,
Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, Clef Club 4, Regional
2, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, lnter-class: Volley-
ball, Basketball, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish
Club 2, 3, Graduation Usher 3, Yearbook Club
2, Mrs. Paddy of "Curious Savaga."
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ARDSLEYAN Photographer 3, Advertising
Committee 3, Salt and Pepper 2, Reporter 2,
Intra-murals: Football 4, Electricians' Club 1,
2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Yearbook Club 2.
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A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance
Honor Society 1 year, Salt and Pepper 1, 2,
3, 4, Production Staff, G. A. A.' 1, 2, Dramatic
Club 1, Inter-murals: Softball, Basketball, Vol-
leyball 1, 2.
Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm
Honor Society 6 years, Salt and Pepper Pro-
duction Staff 3, 4, Varsity Choir 2, 3, Girls'
Ensemble 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, inter-
Class: Basketball, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Softball
1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Yearbook
Club 2, Senior Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, Sewing
Club 1, Lily Belle of "Curious Savage."
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ond Degree 3 years, Third Degree 4, Secretary
4, ARDSLEYAN Assistant Editor, Salt and Pap-
per 3, Varsity Choir 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 4, Inter-class: Volleyball, Basketball,
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Grad-
uation Usher 3, Student Council 4, Secretary
4, Yearbook Club 2, College Club 4, Florence
of "Curious Savage."
JOHN R. YOUNG
Energy and persistence conquer all things
Treasurer 1, 4, President 2, Honor Society 9
years: Second Degree 2 years, Third Degree
3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, ARDSLEYAN
Editor-in5Chief 3, Band 1, Varsity Basketball
3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Varsity Base-
ball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball I, Varsity
Club 3, 4, President 4, intra-murals: Basket-
ball 1, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Year-
book Club 2, Samuel of "Curious Savage."
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SEATED: Mrs. E. Koenig, C. Huesgen, R. Carlson, S. Bertman.
SEATED: J. Young, R. M. DePaul, R. Casey, E. Lambert, M.
STANDING: R- JBSQCV, H- ElSeFtl1BU6I', B- Steenwerth, F- Cawley. STANDING: M. Fitzgerald, E. Flanigan, L. Arone,
Schmidt, M. Hesse. ABSENT: J. Bloomfield.
Mrs. E. Koenig. ABSENT: C. Hade, R. Hermans.
and an unforgettable Washington trip.
The anticipation of an exciting SENIOR year
is always present in the thoughts of every
Senior on the first day of school in September.
Ringing doorbells-"Sir, are you interested in
buying a magazine subscription?" Selling
Senior play tickets-"Listen, John, you'd better
buy six tickets instead of five." The night of the
Senior play-"Oh, l'm so scared. Suppose l
make a mistake! Mrs. Koenig, I forgot my
All of these fond memories are present
when one thinks back to his final year in
Ardsley High School. But, boarding the train
for Washington, D. C., and finally exploring
SEATED: K. Schoenstein with Subscription Campaign mascot.
STANDING: Mrs. E. Koenig, B. Nardecchia, H. Colten, J.
Kovacik, B. Berlind, W. Mooney, P., Larsen.
the famous Capitol with students from many
schools is an experience that is never for-
l-low many evenings did we sit up in our hotel
rooms, reminiscing about our four years in
high school from our first Freshman assembly
to the night we would walk up to receive our
Yes, a student's Senior year is filled with
lingering memories of exciting experiences
and of fund-raising events.
Mrs, Elinor Koenig-SENIOR Class Adviser
Pres, W. Mooney Sec. R. DePaul
Treas. J. Young Vice-Pres. E. Waldemar
SEATED: J. Freed, M. Reuter. STANDING: J. Baker, K. Acker,
A. Locuratolo, D. Suthergreen, Mrs. E. Koenig, E. Waldemar,
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S. Knapp, J. Schmidt, W. Townsend, A. Kalmykow, J. Can-
ning, P. Pagnoni, A. Wickersham, N. Solomon. ABSENT:
A. DeSola, B. Somsky.
Miss D. Pelda, W. Hoffmann, C. Rochon, G. Barbieri, N.
Cauvet, J. Raicht, D. Purdy, R. Hughes, K. Kamens.
when we created a "first" yearbook,
"P-ss-st! The Senior section of the dummy
is finished and guess what? The pictures for
the activity section came back." These are the
whispered words of one ARDSLEYAN editor
to another. If one should enter room 211 some
Friday afternoon, he would see the harried
editors in different stages of their respective
iobs. "I've got it! I've got it! Everyone be quiet
I iust got a stupendous inspiration for spectac-
From behind the filing cabinet the stooped
figure of another JUNIOR may be seen deeply
immersed in papers, papers, and more papers
as he locates one special sheet of the dummy.
SEATED: A. Pasquini, C. Santore. STANDING: J. Cawley, P.
Cimino, D. Ankhelen, G. Fagan, F. Arone, C. Mclieough, R.
Lantry, Miss D. Pelda.
There, on the desk may be seen Miss Pelda's
chocolate frosted, a symbol of each Friday
All of a sudden, from the depths of the
hall comes an ad committee member proclaim-
ing, "I got an ad, I got an ad. A whole page!"
Behind him another Junior is vigorously dis-
playing the receipts for five ARDSLEYANS.
And then finally the entire book has gone to
press, and the ioy of those momentous Friday
afternoons is ended.
Miss Dorothy M. Pelda-JUNIOR Class Adviser
Pres. J. Schmidt Sec. A. Pasquini
Vice-Pres. A. Kalmykow Treas. C. Rochon
SEATED: J. Goodwin, E. Mulvey, W. LeCount. STANDING:
Miss D. Pelda, S. Scott, G. Salerno, J. Osterberg.
FRONT: C. Copeland, B. Murau, L. Kreymborg, L. Medovich
N. Noschese, B. Lotus, P. Karcher, Mr. F. Kluge. BACK: C
Slaybaugh, J. McPartland. ABSENT: D. Mooney.
The buzz of a mosquito is heard. Slap! Next
is the sound of a hand crushing the insect be-
fore it bites. Who is its prey? A Sophomore, of
course! lt is now October and the clanking of
pans, cracking of a baseball bat, and the joy-
ful singing of a group of girls remind us that
we are at the Biology Camp at Croton. The
SOPHOMORES with Mr. and Mrs. Horend
spend one exciting week at camp where they
study biology on-the-spot, share housekeeping
duties, and cook their own meals. Evenings are
spent singing songs or 'seeing movies.
C. Proske, C. Lotus, E. Bramble, B. Gardiner, G. Ragone, P.
Carlyle, J. Berlind, M. Mestern, M. Christiano, Mr. F. Kluge.
SEATED: Mr. F. Kluge. STANDING: A. Harais, H. Hamilton
G. Greiner, J. Rooney, G. Koors, A. DeRocha, G. Fraguela,
D. Anglin, F. Pestone. ABSENT: L. DeSoIa.
a profitable P. X.,
At every basketball game, the familiar P. X.
stand operated by the Sophomores is a bless-
ing to everyone attending the games. "lt's
funny that most people don't realize how
much they eat at a basketball game. Oh, well,
I won't complain. We made money, didn't
Mr. Frank Kluge-SOPHOMORE Class Adviser
Pres. D. Mooney Treas. P. Carlyle
Vice-Pres. C. Slaybaugh Sec. M. Christiano
FRONT: L. Nevinger, R. Pearce, C. Morris, R. Pellegrini, D.
DeSimone, Mr. F. Kluge. BACK: R. Bell, D. Viola, F. Schap-
pach, E. Marron, W. Bell.
SEATED: E. Rooney, S. Ward, M. Scheller, F. Scheller.
STANDING: J. Whelan, A. Sanseverino, S. Nash, P. Robin-
son, Miss V. Maurer, J. Medovich, J. Murray, R. Mooney.
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SEATED: F. Sheldon, L. Schoenstein, M. Mack, L. Beall.
STANDING: P. Weiss, A. Pasquale, J. Westervelt, R. Moon-
ey, Mr. C. Felter, K. Moore, C. Streib, E. Zegray, K. Milton.
ABSENT: J. Schwartz, R. Hughes.
and organized many successful cake sales.
"I must be calm. What is there to be afraid
of?" These are the thoughts of the new student
on his first day in high school. "If I stand with
all of my friends, maybe I won't be so con-
spicuous. But, why is everyone staring at me?
Maybe my tie is crooked. Oh, well, I'd better
go upstairs and find my homeroom."
The student experiencing these thoughts
is known to all his superiors as the "lowly
FRESHMAN." After climbing the stairs, he finds
himself with his trembling classmates, pre-
paring to enter the auditorium door for the
first assembly of the year.
"l don't want to be the first in line," is
whispered from one timid classmate to an-
SEATED: D. Guckenbiehl, L. DeNardo, P. Engelkirk, R. Fre-
undel. STANDING: T. Cappetta, E. Calhoun, K. McComb
D. Maxwell, R. Clute, W. Meuser, B. LeDuc. ABSENT: J
Hashagen, N. Reynaud, M. J. Flanigan.
other. "Oh, well, we may as well get it over
with." Sheer numbness is the only thing the
Freshman feels as he walks to his seat amidst
the clapping of the "superior" student body,
"Why must they clap so loudly? I can feel
But twenty minutes later the ordeal is over,
and the entire Freshman class will begin to
prepare themselves for their first year in high
school, a year full of cake sales, gym suits
drenched by a G. A. A. shower, and many
other unforgettable experiences.
Mr. Clarence Felter-FRESHMAN Class Adviser
Pres. R. Mooney Sec. D. Klein
Vice-Pres. A. Sanseverino Treas. P. Engelkirk
Miss Virginia Maurer-FRESHMAN Class Advise:
SEATED: M. Cassens, I. Murau, W. Anderson, S. Sage, M.
Larsen. STANDING: Mr. C. Felter, I. Carlson, D. Klein, M.
Baker, M, Schultz, S. Hassell, V. Duke, T. Gannon.
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The ten memb rs of the ,BOARD .OF
eoiroas of the 16955 ARDSLEQYAN and
their adviser, Missilfelcla, have tried'
to createxah informal yet entertaining
yearbook, which would revive fond
memories of school life. To do this, 'we
clecicledxto increase the ihfprrnality of
the 'i'T6T'fTQI'G6fQy picfuresi Nvby Ndividirig
themfiup 'into very 'smallf congenial
gngoubskahd to Take pictlgres qt classes
while they were actuallytinisession.
The additioniofl a' locale spread and an
endsheet showing the symbols of our
school life was toliihtroduce the sur-
roundings that are so familiar to each
N. Cauvet, Miss D. Pelda, A. Wicker
sham, R. Hughes, J, Schmidt, A. Pas-
Miss Pelda, Grace, Kathy, Dave
Miss Dorothy M, Pelda
Adviser-in-Chief, Literary Adviser
iany unforgettable activit
William Hoffmann Andrew Kalmykow
Co-Advertising Editor Co-Advertising Editor
Nancy Cauvet Ray Hughes
Photography Editor Business Editor
Angela Pasquini Jayne Schmidt
Typing Editor Art Editor
Dail!! GK Circulation Editor
Miss Pelda and Jayne
Organizing the Artwork
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p,:-'il ' l'Q W,! eorge Salerno, Nancy, Mr. Hartman
The Board of E tors vv Ike to
thank Georg R DSLE-
YAN photographer, who aided us
greatly by taking so many of the ad
pictures, our endsheets, and various
other candid pictures. Franklin Schmidt
helped George by being responsible
for some similar proiects and devel-
oped many of the pictures taken. We
extend our sincere thanks to him and
to Catherine Santore, who spent many
voluntary afternoons assisting our typ-
ing editor. The editors received sincere
and valuable advice from our faculty
advisers, Miss Pelda, Mr. Felter, Mr.
Hartman, Mr, Koors, and Miss Patte-
son, who helped us create this book
which we hope you will enioy.
A. Kalmykow, W. Hoffmann, Miss D.
Pelda, D. Purdy, G. Barbieri, K. Ka-
Selecting the Homeroom Pictures
ii, "Let's see, '--aybe it needs a little
more salt and pepper. Mr. Horend,
how does it taste?" Yes, the clanking
of pots and pans and the tantalizing
aroma inform any onlooker that the
CHEF CLUB, under Mr. Horend's lead-
ership, is in action.
Every Thursday afternoon this club,
comprised of high school boys, meets
to learn the techniques of outdoor
cooking and the tricks of the culinary
trade. Every Tuesday night they pre-
pare coffee for the Adult Education
SEATED: F. Schappach, F. Arone, J. Berlind, P.
Karcher, J. McPartland, C. Slaybaugh, D. Viola.
STANDING: S. Nash, C. Copeland, R. Hermans, J.
Whelan, S. Scott, E. Marron, J. Osterberg, Mr.
Assuming leadership and responsibility,
Every member of THE THIRD DEGREE is able to
look back with pride to the year that the plans for a
Memorial Park came true. This project had been a
dream for a long time but finally, on November ll,
the dream became a reality. On this day, the Memorial
Park was cornpletedfa wonderful tribute to the four-
teen Ardsley boys who lost their lives while fighting
for their country.
Yes, this was a great accomplishment for the thirteen
SEATED: C. Proske, B. Nardecchia, G. Barbieri, N. Cauvet,
Robbie, M. Christiana, S. Bertman, K. Acker, J. Young.
members of the Third Degree, which acts as the execu-
tive body of the Honor Society and which initiated
thirty-one students from the fifth grade up, into mem-
bership in the First Degree.
D. Purdy is president, B. Nardecchia, vice-president,
E. Waldemar, recording secretary, J. Young, corre-
sponding secretary, K. Acker, treasurer, and Miss Helen
G. Robbie is adviser.
E. Waldemar, STANDING: J. Baker, M. Mestern, D. Purdy, Miss H.
Every Wednesday afternoon the en-
tire high school can be found seated
in the auditorium for an assembly
program, which occasionally consists
of movies. In the rear of the audito-
rium one or two high school boys are
running the proiector. They are mem-
bers of the ELECTRICIANS' CLUB, in-
structed by Mr. H. Hartman. New
members are divided into groups so
that the older ones can teach the
Freshmen. Electronics and radio build-
ing, besides the use of visual aid
equipment, were explored this year.
Pres. F. Schmidt
FRONT: W. Hoffmann, F. Schmidt, S. Scott.
STANDING: Mr. H. Hartman, P. Engelkirk, S.
Nash, J. Whelan, C. Slaybaugh, J. McPartland,
K. McComb, F. Arone, D. Viola, M. Hesse.
handling pots, pans, and wires,
As we retrace our school career, the organization
of the STUDENT COUNCIL takes a prominent place.
The president and vice-president of each high school
class met together to form a governing body known
as the Student Council, which sponsored the Hallo-
ween, Christmas, Valentine's Day, and Spring dances,
plus the Senior Prom. Mr. Frank Kluge is adviser.
Pres.-W. Mooney Vice-Pres.-J. Schmidt
Sec.-E. Waldemar Treas.-A. Kalmykow
THE JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL, composed of the
SEATED: J. Schmidt, A. Kalmykow, C. Slaybaugh, E. Waldemar, A.
class presidents of the grades 4 through 8, organizes
committees to keep the school grounds and nearby
streets free from litter, they give prizes for the best
color guard, finance an interesting moving picture for
assemblies, and serve to bring the students' point of
view to the administration. Their activities are financed
by the profits of an annual seed sale. Principal A. W.
Silliman is adviser. Officers are: Pres.-J. Munsell, Sec.
-R. Harten, Treas.-D. Clarke.
Sansevertno. STANDING: Mr. F. Kluge. ABSENT: W. Mooney,
Our introduction to yearbook fundamentals
was stressed when as members of THE YEAR-
BOOK CLUB, we Sophomores studied year-
books, in order to be able to produce our own
when we became Juniors. Working in commit-
tees to demonstrate yearbook offset, bleeds,
dummy, giving criticisms of many yearbooks,
and learning more about the do's and don'ts
of production were a few of our activities. C.
Slaybaugh is president and P. Carlyle, secre-
tary. Miss Pelda is our adviser.
No student's reminiscence would be com-
plete unless he thought back to his member-
ship in the COLLEGE CLUB during his Senior
year. This club offers its members oppor-
tunities to explore the advantages and disad-
vantages of many different colleges through
the first-hand experiences and opinions pro-
vided by college students and alumni, who
spoke in the home of one of the students. J.
Kovacik is president, B. Nardecchia, vice-pres-
ident, E. Waldemar, secretary, and Mr. Koors,
writing away to colleg-
LEFT-SEATED: N. Noschese. STANDING: P. Carlyle, C.
Slaybaugh, C. Copeland, Miss D. Pelda, M. Mestern, M.
Christiano, L. Medovich.
BELOW-FRONT ROW: C. Lotus, B. Murau, R. Pellegrini.
BACK ROW: C. Morris, B. Lotus, R. Pearce. STANDING:
F. Schappach, Miss D. Pelda.
ABOVE-SEATED: A. Scott, J. Bloomfield, Mr. P. Koors,
J. Baker, E. Waldemar, C. Huesgen. STANDING: J.
Kovacik, S. Bertman, K. Schoenstein, H. Colten, P.
LEFT-SEATED: B. Nardecchia, B. Berlind, K. Acker, R.
Hermans. STANDING: Mr. P. Koors, M. Hesse, R. M.
DePaul, J. Freed, C. Hade, M. Fitzgerald.
A typical teenager, an hysterical woman,
the eccentricities of a home filled with bats,
and a picnic with some uninvited guests, ants
fthese were iust a few of the many characters
and incidents portrayed by members ot the
DRAMATIC CLUB. We will never forget the
production of our play, "Antic Spring."
Learning the techniques of make-up and
stage presence comprised our weekly meet-
ings. Ofticers are: Pres. B. Berlind, Vice-Pres.
K. Schoenstein, Sec. J. Raicht, Treas. J. Freed,
and Mrs. Elinor Koenig is adviser.
Crash! The sound of the pinata breaking
and its contents tumbling to the floor is heard
at every SPANISH CLUB Christmas party,
where the Spanish I and II Clubs ioin together
to celebrate the holiday. The Spanish I meet-
ing enjoyed Cynthia Proske's slides of her
European tour. Pres. G. Mestern, Sec. M.
The Spanish II Club studied painters and
artists and visited the Hispanic Museum and
a Spanish restaurant. Pres. A. Wickersham, Sec.
G. Barbieri, and Miss Robbie, adviser.
LEFT-FRONT: D. Guckenbiehl, N. Solomon, R. Freundel,
H. Colten, C. Streib. BACK: T. Cappe.ta, E. Rooney, J.
Berlind, J. Kovacik, M. Fitzgerald, Mrs. E. Koenig, C.
BELOW: B. Berlind, J. Raicht, F. Schappach, D. Klein, J.
Freed, K. Schoenstein.
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ABOVE-SEATED: B. Gardiner, B. Lotus, M. Mestern, C.
Lotus. STANDING: Miss H. Robbie, L. Medovich, M.
Christiano, C. Morris. -
LEFT-SEATED: A. Wickersham, G. Barbieri, M. Reuter,,J.
Schmidt. STANDING: D. Purdy, K. Acker, Miss H. Rob-
bie, W. LeCount, G. Salerno, N. Cauvet, J. Baker.
The members of the COMMERCIAL
CLUB have taken Trips to The "Reader's
Digest" building, The American Tele-
phone Company, and tothe National Bus-
iness Show, In January The club was host
To a representative ot The Dictaphone
Company. Miss Patteson is The adviser,
officers are Pres. L. Arone, Vice-Pres. R.
M. DePaul, Sec. E. Flanigan, Treas. A.
RIGHT-FRONT: L Arone, J. Bloomfield, D. Suther-
green, A. Locuratolo, E. Lambert. BACK: Miss C.
Patteson, E. Flanigan, R. M. DePaul.
RIGHT-FRQNT: Mr. H. Hartman, J. Hashagen, N. Sol'
omon, A. Wickershafn, V. Duke. BACK: C. kocnon, J.
Osterberg, F. Scheller, J. Schmidt, N. Reynaud, P.
"Hey! Look what I made-a pair of
earrings." Under The direction of Mr. H.
Hartman, The JEWELRY CLUB meets every
week in The shop where They learn The
use of many of The machines. The crea-
tion of all Types of iewelry out of copper,
silver and bronze proved to be an excit-
ing experience. Before a member Tries
to make a piece of iewelry, he studies
designs from books so That he can adopt
Them To his own proiect.
Pres. J. Schmidt, Treas. P. Pagnoni.
LEFT-SEATED: J. Medovich, E. Zegray, E. Rooney, F.
Scheller, D. Guckenbiehl, M. Scheller, T. Cappetta,
M. J. Flanigan, K. Milton. STANDING: V. Duke, Mrs.
R. Howes, P. Robinson.
compose many of
Take a few yards of material, a variety
of patterns, pins, needles, a sewing ma-
chine, and twelve eager seamstresses,
and your result is the SEWING CLUB,
sponsored by Mrs. Howes. The members
of this club have succeeded in making
miany articles of clothing. Other members
combined their Talents, along with a few
pounds of stufifing and animal patterns,
To create a menagerie of stuffed Toys
which range from Hi-Diddle-Diddle's cat
To Mickey Mouse.
One of the most vivid memories of
high school was the frequent editions of
the "Salt 'n Pepper," the high school
newspaper. Responsibility for this goes
to the JOURNALISM CLUB, sponsored by
Mr. P. Koors.
Any person entering the school can de-
tect a sense of stillness which reigns
throughout the building on the day the
"Salt 'n Pepper" is sold. The intense stu-
dent interest in the newspaper is evi-
denced by the fact that there is never
one left at the end of the day. This year,
the emphasis was placed on trying to
improve the contents and make the paper
appear more professional. Officers are:
Pres. W. Hoffmann, Sec. R. Hughes, and
Treas. J. Raicht.
FRONT: J., Bloomfield, L. Arone, A. Locuratolo, R.
M. DePaul, R. Hughes. CENTER: E. Lambert, E. Flani-
gan, D. Suthergreen, J. Canning. BACK: W. Hoff-
mann, J. Raicht, H. Colten, C. Huesgen, J. Kovacik,
G. Salerno, J. Freed.
BOTTOM RIGHT-LEFT ROW: S. Hassell, J. Westervelt,
S. Sage, S. Ward. RIGHT ROW: B. Sfeenwerth, L.
DeNardo, R. Freundel, M. Cassens, F. Sheldon, I.
Murau. BACK: L. Schoenstein, M. Mack, A. Pasquale,
C. Santore, E. Calhoun, D. Klein, Mr. P. Koors.
We can remember the enioyment we
received on those days that the ART CLUB
met. At the beginning of the year Miss
Davis divided us into two groups, the
first consisting of students who wanted
to use water colors and draw and the
second consisting of those who preferred
to work on projects. Miss Davis intro-
duced us to block printing, pottery mak-
ing, and leather work. Although many
of us were amateurs in the field of paint-
ing, we had a great deal of fun.
TOP-SEATED: L. Schoenstein, J. Murray, M. Mack, C.
Rochon, K. Milton, C. Huesgen, B. Nardecchia.
STANDING: Miss E. Davis, l. Murau, M. Baker.
LEFT-FRONT ROW: N. Reynaud, J. Osterberg. CEN-
TER: P. Weiss, M. Larsen, M. Cassens, Miss E. Davis.
BACK ROW: S. Sage, F. Sheldon, R. Jaeger.
The opportunity of expressing
The ORCHESTRA, conducted by Mr. M. C. Vincent,
offers its members from Sixth grade through the Sen-
ior year opportunities to gain experience by their per-
formances for the Parent Teachers' Association, school
assemblies, graduation, and the Spring Concert. Ad-
vanced players are eligible to perform in the All-
County high school orchestra and in the All-State symf
phony orchestra. Officers are: Pres. N. Cauvet, Vice-
Pres. S. Hassell, Sec. M. Mestern, Librarian -K. Walde-
Clash, clash! The sound of cymbals resounds loudly
as the Ardsley High School BAND performs for the
school assembly. A triumphant march brings the pro-
gram to a happy end, and the student' body, gaily
keeping in step with the music, leaves the auditorium.
The band performed well at the annual Spring Con-
cert while a few members performed with the White
Plains Regional Band. D. Clarke is pres., W. Townsend,
vice-pres., S. Hassell, sec.-treas., and Miss Haymond,
No musical student can help recalling
his membership in the CLEF CLUB, the
advisory board of the Music Department.
Its members create the rules of conduct
and marking for each musical oroaniza-
tion. The year's officers are Pres. R. M.
DePaul, Vice-Pres. A. Locuratolo, Sec.-
Treas. L. Arone. Mr. Vincent is the ad-
The JUNIOR CLEF CLUB, sponsored by
Miss A. Haymond, acts as the governing
body to the Junior Chorus and Element-
ClEF CLUB-FRONT: L. Arone, N. Cauvet, R. M. De
Paul, M. Reuter, A. Locuratolo, A. Scott. BACK: Mr.
M. C. Vincent, W. LeCount, D. Purdy.
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open your mouths wide! To sing well you
JR. CLEF CLUB-FRONT: Miss Haymond, B. Gerow, G. Redmond, P. Sarasohn, J.
Esposito. BACK: J. Purdy, M. Cassens, M. Baker, N. Reynaud, V. Duke, P. Reynaud,
must breathe correctly. Now let me see
you do it correctly." These words are
familiar to every member of VARSITY
CHOIR as Mr. Vincent, the director, uses
them at 8:10 every other morning to
arouse the members. The Varsity Choir
is the senior choral group of the high
school. Every year the group performs
for the P. T. A. and in the annual Spring
Concert. Various members are elected to
perform with the White Plains Regional
Chorus at the County Center. OFficers are
Pres. L. Arone, Vice-Pres. N. Cauvet, Sec.
A. Scott, and Treas. M. Christiano.
ourselves musically as well as
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The green and white wool
sweater and a whistle are the
symbols of a SPORTS CLUB mem-
ber. "Anybwdy want to buy
candy?" was a familiar phrase
heard at all G. A. A. games as
the members of the Sports Club
earned money to pay for their
Tweet-tweet! "Personal foul,
obstruction!" How many times
during a basketball game have
we heard the blaring of the
Sports Club girl's whistle as she
officiated? Remember too the girl
who kept the badminton scores?
She was a Sports Club member,
who, after learning the rules of
every game at the meetings,
made use of her knowledge at
all girls' sports events. Pres. L.
Arone, Miss G. Roll, adviser.
A hoarse voice, a stiff knee,
a Charlie horse-take your pick,
but whichever you choose, the
CHEERLEADERS have had them
"Fight, team, fight!" This ta-
miliar cheer has always encour-
aged the players, who look for-
ward to the cheers of the girls
in the orange and blue uniforms.
Before each practice gobbled
lunches are typical of each cheer-
leader. But the thrill of- cheering
at each game always compen-
sated for a shortenecl lunch hour.
Officers are: Cap't. L. Arone, Co-
Cap't. M. Fitzgerald, Manager C.
Santore, and Miss Roll, adviser.
FRONT: M. Fitzgerald, L. Arone. CENTER:
S. Ward, J. Goodwin, C. Santore, Manager.
BACK: C. McKeough, M. Larsen, D. Ank-
helen, N. Noschese, G. Gardiner, E.
STANDING: Miss G. Roll, C. Huesgen, G. Barbieri, M. Reuter, N. Cauvet. SEATED:
R. M. Dr:-Paul, E. Flanigan, L. Arone.
to participate in athletic competition
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Casey, F. Arone, Manager, G. Fagan, R. Hermans, C. Slaybaugh, J. Cawley, P. Larsen, Coach M. Jackman.
Precision ancl skill as well as
Spring air, sunny days, and the BASEBALL team are
all symbolic of the second high school semester.
On April l8, twenty-eight boys, who were selected
from a possible thirty-six, represented the Junior Var-
sity and Varsity Teams at the opening game at Bronx-
ville. This year, because of Ardsley's lack of a suitable
baseball field, all home games will be played away.
Even so, spirit and enthusiasm were prevalent at all
games. Nine boys were returnees from last year's
Varsity team, and the other five were chosen from the
Good sportsmanship combined with the guidance of
Coach Jackman gave the Ardsley Baseball team a won-
FRONT: E. Bramble, R. Mooney, G. Salerno, G. Koors, A. Pasquale, J. Whelan, S. Nash, Manager, W. Duke, bat-
boy. BACK: A. DeRocha, A. Kalmykow, D. Purdy, J. Osterberg, J. Murray, J. McPavtland, K. McComb, D. Mooney,
Mr. C. Felter, coach.
prevailed on the track and
FRONT: C. Copeland W. Townsend, J. Berlind. BACK: C. Rochon,
F. Arone, A. Harais, R. Hughes. ABSENT: Coach W. Wolter.
Take one sunny day, the back
field of the school, and add ten
eager boys, your result will be
the TRACK team practice.
Under the leadership of Mr.
Wolter, a track team has been
added to Ardsley High School's
list of sports events. After sev-
eral tune-up meets with neigh-
boring schools, the team entered
the Western Westchester League
field meet, consisting of dash,
distance, and certain field events.
Cyril jumping over Ray Tony and Warren
Jeff, Fred, and Charlie
on our many school excursions.
The Ardsley School system, under Supervising Prin-
cipal Arthur W. Silliman, has been a pioneer in this
area in the "adventure approach" of OUTDOOR EDU-
CATION ACTIVITIES AND SCHOOL CAMPING. Start-
ing in 1936 with the Outdoor Club composed of high
school boys, activities now permeate the school system
from the nature walks of the Kindergarten to the
long trip of the Senior class to Washington.
High spots of this year's activities were
taken by the 7th grade groups to Mt.
White Mountains, the Berkshires, and the
Under the direction of Assistant Principal
Horend, Head of the Science Department at
High School, the entire biology class spends
Camp Senasqua at Croton Point, through
tion of the Westchester County Recreation
which operates these facilities as a summer
Ardsley has been designated by the Curriculum De-
velopment Department of the State Education Depart-
ment as a pilot school to help develop the Outdoor
Education Program. This year's camp was the sixth on
the secondary school level.
High school youth craves challenge, adventure, co-
operation, planning, new places, new ideas, new ac-
quaintances, live meanings to old ideas-all implicit in
Westchester County, so rich in Indian and Revolution-
-Winkle Country. Transportation was by automobile.
Nights were spent at cabins or lean-tos. Meals were
planned and prepared by the students. These proiects
were preceded by a study of the history, geography,
and industry of the area and of the problems of public
water supply, conservation, and natural resources.
Many shorter trips were taken along the Appalachian
w3Trail at Fahnestock Park and into the northern part of
ary lore and in the change-over from farming to manu-
facturing to residential pursuits.
CAMP. The students enioy a
I on-the-spot outdoors study
associated geology and 'first-hand
of public health and conserva-
girls live in a separate group of cabins
of Mr. and Mrs. Horend and help
cook meals for the group as well
as take care of the cabins and ciean-up activities.
The proiect has the encouragement of District Super-
intendent Hollister and the heads of the appropriate
bureaus of the State Education Department, as part of
the Outdoor Education Program which the Second
Supervisory District has been developing on a demon-
stration basis for the benefit of the schools of the state.
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SEATED: L. Brooks, J. Evans. STANDING: C Fon, C.
Lehmkuhl, C. Boccumini.,A. Bliss, B. McKeough, J. Kyff,
SEATED: R. Wallitt. STANDING: Mr. H. Thomas, K. Yocis,
R. Sankey, J. Munsell, L. Seberg, P. Wickersham, P. Rey-
naud, H. Ward, Jr., Y. Tunnard, A. Schafer.
Our plot now flashes back 'ro
MR. EVERETT EINHORN, Teacher - Swim-
ming, roller skating, ice skating and square
dance parties were lust a few of the wonder-
ful social activities that GRADE 8E partici-
pated in this year. The class also organized
a fall picnic and trips to Radio City and the
United Nations. We performed two plays
directed by Pat Witharn and Doris Negri.
Winning the P. T. A. class award made us
proud, but we experienced even more joy
at our prom and graduation. Our class of-
ficers are Pres. Duncan Clarke, Vice-Pres.
Pat Witham, Sec. Larry Nardecchia and Treas.
Sarah Benning. Class mothers are Mrs, L.
Nardecchia and Mrs. J. Locurotolo.
FRONT ROW: D. Clarke, L. Nardecchia, R. Halvorsen.
SECOND ROW: L. King, V. LeCount, C. D'Andrea, J.
Kipp, D. Negri, C. Mestern, A. Cuozzo, J. lstvan, P.
Witham. BACK ROW: Mr. E. Einhorn.
MR. HARLAN A. THOMAS, Teacher - Our
graduation year has proved to be one of
the most exciting in our school career.
GRADE BT organized many skating, swim-
ming, and holiday parties as well as memor-
able experiences such as our spring trip to
West Point and our June prom and gradua-
tion. Although we had numerous so-cial af-
fairs, our class enioyed making house plans
and studying social studies and science.
James Munsell is class president, with Ann
Schafer as vice-president, Patricia Reynaud
as secretary, and Roberta Wallitt as treasur-
er. Class mothers are Mrs. J. Reynaud and
Mrs, W. Wallitt.
SEATED: E Locuratolo, G. Osterberg. STANDING: L.
Quist, S. Benning, C. lstvan, V. Pellegrini, K. Waldernar,
G. Whitney, J. Whitney, F. Cecelin, B. Whelan, A. Da-
more, P. Brandon, Mr. E. Einhorn.
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MISS MARGARET A. WESP, Teacher- During
the past year GRADE 7WE combined their
artistic talents to construct Columbus and
Rip Van Winkle scenes around the class-
room. At Christmas-time the group made
table settings which were sent to Montrose
Hosoital. We also had a small party where
we exchanged gifts among our classmates.
To top oft our year, both seventh grades
ioined together to plan exciting square
dances. Our class officers are Pres. Jan
Anthony, Vice-Pres. Dennis McDonough,
Sec, Joanne Riccio and Treas. Michael Mon-
delli. Class mothers are Mrs. A. Waldeier
and Mrs. H. Freeman.
our grade school clays
TOP-SEATED: S. DeRocha, Miss M. Wesp, J. Anthony, P.
Grutzner. STANDING: R. Raicht, J. Freeman, L. Stanaway,
L. Dombek, C. Gruessing, A. lzzola, T. Fatigate, G.
Whaley, G. Norton.
CENTER-FRONT ROW: C. Nash, J. Liverani, A. Waldeier.
SECOND ROW: H. DeNardo, J. Casaclone, D. McDonough,
R. Zegray, Miss M. Wesp, R. Ennis, J. Riccio, J. Smith, A.
BOTTOM-SEATED: J. Tino, N. Hunt. STANDING: Miss M.
Wesp, J. Parcly, D. Scola, A. Kovacik, M. Hinnen, C.
Cassano, N. Marshall, S. VanLeer, C. Hughes, P. Gatti,
SEATED: V. Rosler, E. Aim. STANDING: L. Drucker, S.
Walther, W. Shaugnessy, J. Saunders, J. Goldman, B.
Zinck, Mr. Wolter..
SEATED: M. Fagan. S. Kreymborg, STANDING: D. Ewald
C. Wolk, S. Patton, R. Ellis, P. Chalmers, R. Hasfell, L
Hall, Mr. Wolter.
when high spirits and close friendships were
MR. WILLLAM WOLTER, IITEVBCIWGF - GRADE
7WO has had many thrilling experiences
duringgthe year. We had two square dances,
and the class took ra trip to Manhattan Island
and the Museum of Natural History. ,Record-
ing ourgplay the tape recorder was a
new proiect for us, lout weialso got a great
satisfactizggggifyrom Coi.lect.ir1g money for UNI'
CEF and ilil Cfioss.
D. Clarke, N. Hoy, B. Cook, Mr. Wolter, D. McComb, P.
Jaeger, R. Harten, L. Hughes, C. Stahl.
We in Grade are proudfot ourycolor
guard and of ourrflagfdgrive to raise money
for our outdoor education trips. We visited
Mount Greyloclgthe White Mountains., and
the Hudson Valley. After we returneclhwe
wrote a booklet' telling abouttour experi-
ences. Our classyofficers are Roserftary
Hartenl Vice-Presh Kiop Sec.n.L.jJ'1da
Kane, and Treegilg .',i VitfgtigtfjgiiiaagjrgggsTerlqI'iClass
mothers areiwirsit Mrs. Mc-
SEATED: V. Rochon, P. McDonough, L. Kane, R. Massaro
STANDING: Mr. Wolter, D. Nugent, S. Suthergreen, C
SEATED: J. Montaruli, J. Stagliano, J. DeSimone. STAND- SEATED: Mrs. M. Purdy. SECOND ROW: J. Fon, F. Bram-
ING: D. Tidaback, S. lstvan, 5. Pasquini, Mrs. M. Purdy, ble, R. Bennett, S. Ullman. J. Speicher, G- Welrwmeyer. E.
D. Kolster, E. Harais, S. Parachini.
McGovern, C. Freed, A. Paino. STANDING: E. Hanrahan.
present at all of our skating parties,
MISS PATRICIA BIRDSALL, Teacher - As well
as making a thorough study of science,
GRADE 68 took a trip to Fahnestock Park in
January and an outdoor education trip in
the spring. These experiences proved to be
very enjoyable, but our class remembers
very vividly their trip to view college wrest-
lingrat Columbia University. Grade 6B is
also very proud of their band which per-
formed at several assembly programs. The
fttlidwirtg Officers were chosen: Pres. Wil-
liam Duke, Vice-Pres. Robert Kytf, Sec.
Thomas Gardiner, Treas. Robert Bell. Class
mothers are Mrs. J. Muller and Mrs. H.
SEATED: R. Kyff, P. Muller, B. Geer, C. Coggins, N.
Moore.STANDING: C. DeRosa, J. Mullahy, C, Gatti, J.
Purdy, R. Wedekind, K. McGlynn, K. Moore, E. Brook-
ings, Miss P. Birdsall, R. Bell.
MRS. MARGARET J. PURDY, Teacher -
GRADE 6P has had a very enioyable year.
Having an exciting Christmas party and go-
ing to the museum in the spring were just
two of the events that provided the class
with wonderful memories. We also 'were
fortunate enough tofhave a real Christmas
tree for which we made ornaments. The
entire class joined together to 'make maps,
illustrating lands around the vvorlcl, The
class officers are.Pres. Jane S?agli,yanQiIVice-
Pres. John Speicher, tsl.
Treas. Steven Pasquini. Class l'itircithers::l'are
Mrs. F. Kolster and Mrs. M. Ullman.
SEATED: R. Liposky, F. Purcell, D. Schaefer. STANDING:
R. Colten, G. Rochon, E. Brady, M. Stahl, K. Morrison,
A. deTarnowsky, D. Hines, T. Gardiner, W. Duke.
TOP: G. Lundberg, K. Eckelman, P. Waite, R. Neubauer,
J. Osterberg, R. Massaro, W. Delagi, D. Serrano, H.
Bernstein, J. Prestholdt, Mrs. H. Snyder, W. Lippmann.
CENTER-FRONT ROW: B. Gerow, G. Redmond, A. Jacobs.
SECOND ROW: J. Harten, J. Galgay, J. Adams, C. Mur-
tough, S. Geyer, J. Cauvet, J. Esposito, S. Smith. BACK
ROW: Mrs. H. Snyder.
BOTTOM-FRONT ROW: G. Jenter, G. Hurst, C. Townsend,
D. Kight, B. Edlestein, C. Harkewitz. SECOND ROW: W.
Papovitch, M. Krauss, Mrs. H. Snyder, J. Stern, G. Win-
ston, F. Progner.
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numerous square dance
MRS. HELENA SNYDER, Teacher - We in
GRADE 65 have made an imaginary trip
down the Rhine River in connection with
social studies. Later on we concentrated on
Asia and collected large pictures of different
countries, To promote our interest in reading
we made original book covers, The class
will have many happy memories of our
Christmas play, "The King's Christmas
Carol." And we will always remember the
wonderful trip to the Museum of Natural
History. Our class officers are Pres. Guy
Lundberg, Vice-Pres. Judy Stern, Sec. Jane-
Ellen Cauvet, Treas. Gary Redmond. Class
mothers: Mrs. M. Jenter, Mrs. B. Cauvet.
and class activities
MRS. ALICE C, FRISCHMANN, Teacher -
This year many students of GRADE 5F en-
tered the Poster Contest sponsored by the
American Legion, A variety of beautiful
posters were entered. ln November our class
was very happy to receive the P, T. A.
award, and in December we had a lovely
Christmas party where we exchanged gifts
and cards and worked together to decorate
our classroom. A IOOCXD contribution of can-
ned goods to Dobbs Ferry Hospital was an-
other highlight of the year. Our class officers
are Pres. Jeffrey Smith, Vice-Pres. Stephen
Witham, Sec. Ann Ridings, Treas. Jane Beck-
man. Class mothers are Mrs. M, Knapp and
Mrs. A. Laudato.
TOP-FRONT ROW: E. Korbin, F. Dornbek, J. Fraguela,
R. Cook. SECOND ROW: A, Ridings, R. Brandon, B.
Insky, Mrs. A. Frischmann, H. Ardanowski, BACK ROW:
W. Love, S. Witham.
CENTER: J. Beckman, T. Pancoast, N. Stien, Mrs. A.
Frischmann, G. Laudato, L. Adams, M. Burns, J. Smith,
BOTTOM-FRONT ROW: A. Inversin, A. Hellthaler, D
Knapp, S. Werner, SECOND ROW: P. Bell, T. Burke, D
Goodman, Mrs. A. Frischmann, P. Osterberg. ABSENT
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MISS ETHEL TRYON, Teacher - One of the
main proiects of GRADE 5T was to construct
a Christmas village, consisting ot churches
and synagogues ot different religions and
homes and public buildings. Theclass stud-
ied brotherhood in connection with this pro-
iect. All of the students in our class are very
pleased that SOQ of us belong to the Honor
Society and that we had 100947 membership
in the Junior Red Cross, Our class officers
are Pres. Winifred lzzola, Vice-Pres. Edward
Brown, Sec. Joan Brengel, Treas. Louis Per-
rota. Class mothers are Mrs. W. Britt and
Mrs. G. Sankey.
As we reminisce,
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TOP-FRONT ROW: T. Lofgren, P. Sanseverino, E. Anthony.
SECOND ROW: P. Koors, Miss E. Tryon, L. Britt, M..
Schappach, L. Larsen, G. Hellthaler, J. Pascone, E. Brown,
CENTER: G. Taranto, F. Marron, J. Tino, R. Reilly, C.
Gruessing, K. Yocis, S. Young, J. Sankey, A. Sheldon,
BOTTOM: H. Unger, C. Salerno, C. Weinberger, G. Crisi
M. Lehmkuhl, W. lzzolo, D. Rooney, R. Gannon, J. Bren
gel, Miss E. Tryon, M. Norton.
MRS. RUTH HAMILTON WESSELS, Teacher, -
Publishing a weekly class paper and in June
combining the articles into a book was one
of the educational projects of the year for
GRADE 5W. The pupils in our class will
always remember the exciting Christmas
and Valentine parties that provided us with
so much holiday enjoyment and the satis-
faction we got from painting cans to be used
as flower vases for the Junior Red Cross.
The class officers are Pres. Marion Speicher,
Vice-Pres. Susan Nlartin, Sec. Peter Sarasohn,
and Treas, Richard Morris. Class mothers
are Mrs. A. Bennett and Mrs. P. Dowe.
e recall our geography
TOP-FRONT ROW: M. Speicher, J. Suthergreen. SECOND
ROW: J. Dowe, T. Witham, P. Mestern, S. Martin, J.
Walther, R. Nichols, G. Seberg.BACK ROW: Mrs. Wessels.
CENTER: D. MacKenzie, R. Stroh, R. Clute, Mrs. Wessels,
D. Schafer, S. Shiller, L. Marpet, A. Bennett, C. VanDorn,
R. Patton, C. Wallitt, R. Morris, N. Milton.
BOTTOM-FRONT ROW: K. Sullivan, C. Redmond. SECOND
ROW: A. Marks, F. Holser. BACK ROW: R. Galgay, Mrs.
Wessels, P. Sarasohn, P. Burger, V. Waldemar, M.
Whaley, M. Hoy.
FRONT ROW: R. Carlyle, F. Cartwright, C. Bernstein, S.
Einhorn, L. MacLoon, R. Watson, J. Liberrnan BACK ROW:
J. Nugent, Miss H. Edwards, D. Murau, S. Anthony, J.
Marshall, C. Rayburn, L. Hudson, R. Prestholdt.
FRONT ROW: A. Mayersohn, J. Hickey, J. Esposito, A
Meislin. SECOND ROW: H. Marcus, D. lnversin, E. Mayer-
sohn, Miss H. S. Edwards, R. Carlyle, M. Watson, H.
Matthn vs, C. Kolb.
N. Oliver, A. Meislin, C. Kolb, K. Beall, D. Geyer, H
Matthews, Miss H. S. Edwards, J. Nugent, J. Edelsteiri
S. Chalmers, P. Johann, M. Graham, J. Kane.
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MISS HARRIETT S. EDWARDS, Teacher -
Becoming acquainted with other lands
through the exploration of geography
proved to be a thrilling experience For
GRADE AE. ln connection with our study,all
of the students in our class made various
maps and saw many exciting films. In
December we participated in a Christmas
program, and in February the class gave a
Valentine's Day play, The class officers are
Pres. Howard Marcus, Vice-Pres. Sharon
Chalmers, and Treas. John Marshall. Class
mothers are Mrs. R. Anthony and Mrs. M.
SEATED: R. Shepard. D. DGCk9f, T. O'BYlEf1f L- ROSl8l'. C. FRONT: L. Viola, G. lstvan, R. Cook, D. Clarke. CENTER:
A. Kent. STANDING: M, Flanigan, E. Gardiner, M. Halvor- L, Robinson, D, Nardecchga, B. Mcponoughl p, Stein' M
sen, C. Meuser, Mrs. M. Reuter, M. Tidaback, W. Moore, Slack, J, Dunn. BACK: L- Hoffman, 5. Wi-mney, 5, Buck
W. Sommer, J. King, J. Feurer, J. Strand, A. Sanseverino. A. Ardanowski, E. Leach, Mrs. Reuter.
and how we learned
MRS. VIVIAN L. HILL, Teacher - GRADE AH MRS. MARGARET Y. REUTER, Teacher - The
has had a very exciting and informative chief goal of GRADE AR this year was to
year learning to work together and to im- make our reading more meaningful, for we
prove our use of language by putting on a know that reading is the basis of all learn-
play for our school-mates. We made three ing. Each month our class has a party to
dimensional scenes and scrapbooks that celebrate all the birthdays occurring in that
vividly showed what we saw and learned time. We had some wonderful holiday par-
as we "visited" various countries. We had ties too, and in May we gave a play in as-
many successful experiences working to- sembly. Our class officers for both terms
gether and learning to be friends. Our class are: Pres. D. Nardecchia, A. Sanseverino,
officers are Pres. Robin Gorton, Vice-Pres. VlC9'PVeS- S- WlTlmeYf G- lSTVBfWi Sec. L- Viola.
Barbara Atalese,Sec. Mary Chris Bailey.Class l-- Hoffman: TFSGS- J. King, l.. Viola. Class
mothers are Mrs. A. Kalmykow and Mrs. R. mothers are Mrs. J- King and Mrs. M. Flani-
FRONT ROW: J. Martin, E. Grandolfi, C. A. Geer, J. SEATED: B. Atalese, L. Freedman, D. Bliss, C. Hinnen
Gibson. SECOND ROW: M. Hillebrand, D. McKean, G. M. Bailey, Mrs. V. Hill. STANDING: P. Guckenbiehl, R
Paino, J. Glaberson. BACK ROW. Mrs. V. Hill, R. Gorton, Denike., C. Andrews, B. Duke, A. Fatigate, E. Copeland
S. Brenson, R. Mackenzie, C. Theil, W. Doughty. C. Kalmykow, J. Casadone. ABSENT: M. Kilstrom.
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SEATED: A. Levy, K. Olson, S. Engelkirk, Mrs. J. Ruotolo, FIRST ROW: J. Purdy, E. Sonnenberg, C. Crisi, A. Muller,
S. Seitz, A. Goldfeder, R. Levy, B. Britt. STANDING: S. N. Leach, B. Ullman, M. Morano, C. Roberts. SECOND
Chase, B. Guillan, D. Benzenberg, E. Thorp, C. Schafer, ROW: M. Pachter, G. Dworkind, P. Kuoni, S. McMurtree,
A. Kanning. ABSENT: D. Paterson, R. Bailey, J. Pardy.
A. Tallcott, Mrs. J. Ruotolo, R. Wedekind, C. Fernandez,
the value of good citizenship
MRS. JANICE RUOTOLO, Teacher - Because
the main project of GRADE 3R was to study
our community and how we live and how
others live, the students made a model of
a big city and ot a small town, "All Aboard
for Thanksgiving" was the delightful play
that we took part in. At Easter time we all
dyed eggs and made little people from them.
We also had a lot of fun learning to write
stories and making booklets to go with
them. Class Mothers are Mrs. J. McMurtrie
and Mrs. G. Sonnenberg.
FRONT ROW: T. D'Auria, J. Burger, H. Whitney, M. Bit-
ting, R. Shepard. SECOND ROW: F. Lipton, J. Tortora,
R. VanLeer, C. Kafalas, M. Ellis, M. Pestone, R. Whelan.
BACK ROW: C. Wimazal, E. Naviski, 5. Kenner, A. Ewald,
D. McGlynn, L. Simmons, Miss Toomey, D. Cook.
MISS HELEN TOOMEY, Teacher - Beginning
each day with "Show and Tell" and caring
for a parakeet, introduced GRADE 3T to
many new things during the past year, We
had parties tor Halloween, Christmas and
Valentine's Day. Putting on "Hansel and
Grete-I" in assembly proved to be a very
exciting experience tor all ot us as we all
had a part in it. In June, before the school
year ended, the class took a trip to the Bronx
Zoo. Class mothers are Mrs. L. Burger and
Mrs. F. Van Leer.
FRONT ROW: L. Harris, R. Fraguela, K. Sage, L. Pivowar
BACK ROW: A. Mattson, M. Sullivan, E. Marks, D. Olden
E. Singer, T. Hall, R. Donoglue. STANDING: Miss H
Toomey, C. King.
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G. Purcly, A. Olbert, Mrs. B. Moran, J. Crisi, B. Trutt, M.
Kashchy, K. Pascone, S. DeNicola, A. Groth. ABSENT: M. C' Fon' L' Fagan' C' Delmerlcof C' Balesf N' Galena' l-
Zito, D. Solomon.
and a happy communitygblife.
MRS. BARBARA MORAN, Teacher - Food,
clothing, and shelter were the main topics
for GRADE 3C this year. For each subiect we
learned about, we made tiny replicas of a
scene. At Christmas-time we decorated our
windowsill with a town and reindeer
disFPlaYed the spirit of Christmas on
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door and bulletin board. ln February we all
participated in the play, "Hansel and
'Gretel," which we enjoyed very much.
Class mothers are Mrs. W. Purdey and Mrs
SEATED: R. Jacobi, R. Clarke, R. Dickerman, M. Weggen-
man, J. Progner, J. Washburn, G. Casey, P. Dachinger
N. Jacobs, K. Doscher, K. Burns. STANDING: P. Riegert,
C. Hazelton, Miss R. Hurlburt, L. Goldman.
Miss iiulri-it fauizusur, Teacher - ln Novem-
"l" lllbiber 3H participated in the play
,'fSleepinQiiHeauty." However, studying the
farm has been our main proiect this year.
We decided to construct a model farm, and
at Christmas-time all of us made a village
scene. Our joyful year was concluded with
a trip to the Bronx Zoo and with a wonder-
ful party that we will always remember.
Our class officers are Pres. Margaret Weg-
genman, Vice-Pres. Carol Hurst, Sec. Donald
Glassman. Class mothers are Mrs. G. Wolk
and Mrs, M. Pappas.
FRONT ROW: C. Hurst, W. Welden, R. Cabot, B. Mun-
kelt, J. McCauley, N. Ferrier, E. Nilsen, M. Pappas, Miss
R. Hurlbut. BACK ROW: J. Wolk, J. Washburn, A. Jan-
son, D. Dyer, B. Weiss, D. Harris.
TOP: Mrs. R. Adams, S. Rabinowitz, J. lsfvan, J. Krauss,
R. Denike, L. Boccumini, D. Mondelli, E. Ehrens, H. Arch-
itello, S. Washko, R. Morrison, A. Stagliano, S. Agnano,
N. Decker. ABSENT: R. McCauley, J. Doughty, B. Kirlf-
CENTER-SEATED: D. Holscher, D. Harman. STANDING:
N. Mitsos, C. Spano, D. Niciu, A. Morano, S. Fatigate,
M. Riccio, F. Morano, B. Delmerico, Mrs. R. Adams, L.
Lackman, J. Scallero, A. Tino, S. King. ABSENT: M, Muir,
BOTTOM LEFT-FRONT ROW: T. Connick, C. Manning, S.
Kenner, E. Barkan, J. Thomas. SECOND ROW: J. Kerbel
W. Haimsohn, R. Tangney, C. Grell, S. Turner, M. Negri,
Mrs. R. Fox, S. Loren, D. Decker, J. Maxwell.
BOTTOM RIGHT-SEATED: J. Doscher, S. Lindbeck, P.
Myrer, C. Anderson, M. Adams. STANDING: S. Hesse, L.
Hill, J. Leeper, Mrs. R. Fox, 'I. Love, I. Berkowitz, M.
We will always remembe
MRS. RUTH B, ADAMS and MRS. ROSEMARY
KEATING FOX, Teachers - We the pupils of
GRADE 2A and GRADE QKF have had a
very profitable and busy year. Creating
holiday 3-D murals was an exciting new ex-
perience for us. In Grade 2 KF we learned
about clothing and the community. We are
proud of the play, called "Little February,"
that we put on for the school. None of us in
Grade 2A will ever forget our study of food
and especially our trip to the Dellwood
Dairy. Class mothers are Mrs. N. Ehrens, Mrs.
W, McCauley, Mrs. W. Anderson, Mrs. M.
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our study of America
MRS. ETHEL J. FARNHAM and MRS. MYRA
KLAHR, Teachers - Our trip to Woodlands
Park was one of the most enioyable ex-
periences ofthe Girls' Club and Boys' Club
of GRADE 2F although we will never forget
our visit to the museum. Tina Rose and Terry
Jacobs are the club presidents. Creating
our own library was one of the highlights
ofthe year for us in GRADE 2K. Besides
our bulletin board committees and the play
we put on, we are proud of Ronald Lindbeck
for getting a student assistance award. Class
mothers are Mrs. J, Perfield, Mrs. M. Godoy,
Mrs. R. Cockburn, and Mrs. E. Lindbeck.
TOP-FRONT ROW: C. Galgay, D. O'Brien, J. Weissen-
berger, D. Henwood, J. Thomas, B. Mestern. SECOND
ROW: J. Tortora, C. Williams, L. Gardner, Mrs. M.
Klahr, P. Purcell, R. Cockburn, L. Frowd, K. DeTarnowsky,
T. Bersonnet, L. Coppage. ABSENT: L. Stroh, D. Kurtz,
CENTER-FRONT ROW: J. Schwartz, A. Park, K. Worden.
SECOND ROW: D. Hassell, M. Riviezzo, A. Schlitt, S.
McDonough, L. Liman. STANDING: R. Lindbeck, R, Harris,
R. Wehe, Mrs. M. Klahr, J. Potter, T. Sullivan, J. Cerrone.
BOTTOM LEFT-SEATED: Mrs. E. Farnham, T. Jacobs, L
Lippmanr, W. Sassano. STANDING: J. Liposky, T. Rose
J. Field, P. Saunders, C. Godoy, S, Yarmovsky, R. Kuhl
mann, J. Culver, A. Kenney.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Farnham, T. Bersonnet, R. Batten,
P. Fitzgerald, S. Ramin, L. Vincent, E. Toscani, W. Bell,
E. Delagi, K. Ginter, J. Berland, D. Mellon, M. Kohler.
ABSENT: M. Perfield, C. MacKenzie, J. McQueen.
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year GRADE 2M adopted a little girl in the
hospital, and we have enjoyed writing let-
ters to her and sending her a Turkey and
Christmas presents. ln September we gave
a play in assembly about lunchroom man-
ners. We also made a post office in our
classroom so that we could mail Christmas
cards to one another, We enioyed construct-
ing a dairy farm when we studied about
the community helpers. Our class officers
are Pres. Vickie Roberts, Vice-Pres. Paul Fel-
ter, and Treas. Rachel Fisher. Class mothers
are Mrs, J. Hines and Mrs. R. Lotus.
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TOP-KNEELING: F. Gardner, W. Wallitt, D. Marvin.
STANDING: T. Dourmashkin, M. Kanning, R. Henderson,
C. Calhoun, M. Hines, B. Smith, C. Walker.
CENTER: D. Lotus, S. Kyff, P. Felter, J. Chase, J.
Johnson, R. Liu, B. DeFeo, A. Newnan.
BO'I'T0M5SEATED: J. Gibson, J. Stanaway, L. Freeman, B
Grutzner, K. Olson, V. Roberts, J. Warawashin. STAND
ING: Miss J. McLaughlin, L. Cassano, R. Evans. A
FRONT ROW: M. Rusoff, J. Johnson, J. Theil, A. Thorpe,
M. Winslow, L. Munck. SECOND ROW: K. LaMarsh, P.
Taxter, R. Gannon, K. Lofgren. BACK ROW: R. Kent
G. Stein, K. Burpee, J, Leach, A. Johnson, M. Pascone,
Mrs. D. Alshin.
SEATED: C. Kamens, S. Streib, L. Weinberger, C. Gaw
man. STANDING: R. Hunt, R. Raicht, K. Hunt, J. Mc
Govern, H. Baas, P. Kramer, E. Donoghue, S. Orvis, M
Rusoff, V. Brown.
our early school experiences,
MRS. DOROTHY ALSHIN, Teacher - GRADE
TA has managed to accomplish much this
year, in spite of our half-day schedule. We
have enioyed the many hours we devoted
to painting, clay modeling, singing, and
playing games. None of us will ever forget
the enioyment we experienced at our Hal-
loween, Christmas, and Valentine parties
and especially on our spring trip to the
Bronx Zoo, Class Mothers are Mrs. N. Brown
and Mrs. L. Thiel.
FRONT ROW: S. Flanders, N. Suib, P. Kuhlman, T. Tit-
comb, S. Jacobi, J. Browning, L. Quinlan, C. Glassman,
R. Holser.BACK ROW: A. Winslow, T. Vincent, J. Clarke,
P. Ling, Mrs. L. K, Hatfield.
MRS. LOUISE K. HATFIELD, Teacher - In
September GRADE lH was a little worried
about adjusting to our half-day schedule
with two classes in one room, but within a
very short time we became used to it. Be-
sides learning the fundamental subjects
such as reading, writing, and arithmetic, we
managed to have some wonderful holiday
parties and a delightful June picnic and
class trip. Class mothers are Mrs. F. Ramin
and Mrs. C. Flanders.
SEATED: M. Werner, P. Godoy, L. Kluge, l. Blumenfeld,
P. Krauss, S. Gerstman, STANDING: Mrs. L. Hatfield, L.
Renner, L. Stien, J. Felton, C. Martin, E. Buergers, C.
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MRS. MYRTLE SEBERG and MISS FLORENCE
STASIAK, Teachers, e Although we of
GRADE ISE and GRADE lST will remember
fondly our holiday parties and our June
picnic, we have filled many other activities
into a busy half-day schedule and have
had fun doing it. Grade lSE has done hand-
work as well as made surprises for Mother.
Grade lST has had a study of safety, good
food, and the calendar followed by a trip
to the zoo in May. Class mothers are Mrs. L.
Hickey, Mrs. l. Weiner, Mrs. E. Mullen, and
Mrs. M, Giroux.
TOP-FRONT ROW: S. Mullen, R. Montaruli, J. Amanna,
F. Suthergreen, J. Giroux, A. Fitzgerald. BACK ROW:
J. A. Jayne, P. Rossi, P. Allen, J. DePaolo, K. Soderstrom,
L. Liverani, W. Pagani, W. Clark, Miss F. Stasiak.
CENTER-FRONT ROW: P. Frank, V. Quattrocchi, J. Stae-
deli, G. Coppage. SECOND ROW: P. Scheller, J. Del-
merico, P. Petretti, C. Beilharz, E. Bitting, J. Spellerberg,
L. B. Lou, Miss F. Stasiak. BACK ROW: G. Feurer, J.
Sommer, K. Hagens, C. Curtis.
BOTTOM LEFT-FRONT ROW: R. Jenter, R. Nusbaum, C.
Hickey, D. Filomena. SECOND ROW: B. Mullahy, J. Dyer,
A. M. Dombek, M. Grady. THIRD ROW: M. Jaffe, A.
Meislin, W. Keating. FOURTH ROW: S. Ross, S. Rohrauer,
J. Dachinger. ABSENT: Mrs. Seberg.
BOTTOM RIGHT-FRONT ROW: S. McLean, B. Rayburn,
M. Luther, R. Kaufman. SECOND ROW: J. Cuddihy, K.
Weiner, D. Einstein, L. Zimkin, N.Connick. THIRD ROW:
T. Galetta, J. Gross, P. Janson, Mrs. M. Seberg. ABSENT:
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MRS. MARJORIE RIDINGS, Teacher -f All of
us in KINDERGARTEN-R have learned lo be
more ready to read. We had a wonderful
time making presents for our parents as it
was the first time We had done it. Taking
care ot our pet guinea pig and our turtle
was an unforgettable experience for all of
us. Drawing, cutting, painting, and rhythm
games were the other activities that gave
us so much pleasure this year. Class mothers
are Mrs. C. Frank, Mrs. C. King, Mrs, M.
Warshavsky, and Mrs. H. Goldberg.
TOP: M. Clark, J. Dunn, D. Scaperrotta, S, Bates, B.
Worden. G, Hendee, B. Shepard, W. Leo, C. Muir, T.
Rohan, V. Taxter. ABSENT: Mrs. M. Ridings.
CENTER: P. Frank, T. Sullivan, J. Kashchy, S. Bluncla, W.
Nannariello, J. King, S. Boniello, B. Pasquini, V. DeSan1i,
M. Washko, K. Allen. ABSENT: Mrs. M. Ridings.
BOTTOM LEFT-FRONT ROW: B. Cuddihy, E. Esposito.
SECOND ROW: P. Tampone, M. Harten. BACK ROW:
Mrs. M. Riclings, M. Goldberg, M. J. Hutchinson, E. Mul-
holland, J. Jayne, W. Long, J. Essenfeld, M. Costa.
BOTTOM RIGHT-FRONT ROW: W. Prankard, M. Macko
D. Kestenbaum, D. Mullahy. SECOND HOW: R. Leddy,
E. Mascari, S. Stetina, D. Goldman.THIRD ROW: L. War-
shavsky, R. Loren, Mrs. M. Ridings, D. Potter.
FRONT ROW: C. Mellon, l. Anglin, J. Mitchell, S. Wilen-
sky, S. Dualsky. SECOND ROW: J. Sarasohn, R. Sinz-
heimer, J. Mullen, K. Arezzo, B. Baker, J. Kanning, Miss
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MISS NANCY BLOXSOM, Teacher, - On the
first day of school KINDERGARTEN B was
pleasantly surprised with the addition into
our classroom of an indoor merry-go-round.
Throughout the year we have enjoyed many
happy rides on trains, steamships, ponies,
and jet planes. As days passed by, we
learned to use crayons, scissors, paste, and
paints. We also enioyed preparing ourselves
to read about Dick and Jane, but the happy
exciting day we received our diplomas from
Mr. Brown was one we will never forget.
Class mothers are Mrs, D. Gardner, Mrs. R.
F. Mellon, Mrs. H. Goodman, and Mrs. W.
and the excitement
LEFT-FRONT ROW: R. Kafalas, K. Hirschberg, M. Josephy
J. Gardner. BACK ROW: D. Slote, L. Glaser, L. Pachter, D
Horowitz, Miss N. Bloxsom, J. MacWhirter, B. Marks
J. Johnston, E. Wedekind, G. Simmons.
M. Roddy, M. Delmerico, D. Hulseaple, R. Grant. BACK
Mrs. L. Hoy.
BELOW: M. Chase, S. Weinberger, P. McGrath, B. Macri,
af our first day at school
RIGHT-FRONT ROW: B. Evans, S, MacEvoy, K. Berland,
D. Snyder, F. Weggenman. SECOND ROW: T. Kohler, W.
Murtough, D. Einhorn, P. Gould, Miss N. Bloxsom, G.
BELOW: W. Weiss, G. Filomena, G. Plemmons, M. Freed,
A. Roberts, D. McCartney, J. Caporale, F. Krauss, B.
Dourmasltkin. BACK: Mrs. L. Hoy.
FRONT ROW: E. Casey, B. Gould, R. Miller. SECOND
ROW: R. Gross, Miss N. Bloxsoin, S. Cabot, W. O'Neill,
R. Korbin, D. Hickey, C. Hart, H. Smith, S. Peper.
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GARTEN H has had a very happy time this
year playing and working together. Our
sand table has been the center of many
projects such as our Indian village and our
farm. During the year besides learning to
read, to print, and to count, we had new
songs and games, and we made colorful
things with our crafts materials. We closed
the year with a trip to a farm and a picnic.
Class mothers are Mrs. J. McGrath and Mrs.
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Before you give your walls a fresh coat of
paint or apply an ordinary type of wall-
paper, stop in and see Mr. Stelzer of the
ARDSLEY ART CENTER. He will be glad to
make any suggestions concerning your de-
corating problems, as well as provide you
with art materials and equipment,
Every teen-age boy or girl knows
how much fun he can have at THE
BEAUX ARTS DANCES, sponsored
by THE GRANT STUDIOS, Hastings-
on-Hudson,New York. Enjoy your-
self atone of their evening social
activities. l-lA 5-4433.
These are the officers of the FRESHMAN
class. Paul Engelkirk is busy counting the
class funds as he is the treasurer of the class.
Richard Mooney, the Freshman president, is
making an accurate record of their accounts,
and Tony Sanseverino, vice-president, is
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Even if you aren't aan expert horseman, come
to the V 84 W RIDING ACADEMY on Sprain
Road in Scarsdale, where expert instruction
for all ages is offered ata nominal fee.
Peggy Ann and Barbara are trying out the
fine riding horses before they go out on the
If you are in the vicinity of the Ardsley Vil-
lage Green Center, stop in at the ARDSLEY
A P PA R ELS H O P. There, you will find
women's clothing and accessories at lower
prices. Loretta and Peggy know that here
they will receive sincere and friendly ser-
Chet, Sam, and John are at the ARDSLEY
SHOE STORE at 463 Ashford Avenue in
Ardsley where they know that they will re-
ceive prsmpt and experienced service,
whether they are buying shoes or having
them repaired. This store is accepted by the
National Registry of Orthopedics and
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When you are in the mood for a tasty wedge
or snack or just want a friendly, convenient
place to purchase your groceries, follow
Caryl's example and go to DELUCA"S GRO-
CERY. This convenient delicatessen is located
on the corner of the Parkway and Ashford
Avenue, DO 3-0228.
Both Peggy Ann and Margaret like listening
to iecords and buying sheet music. There-
fore, they always head for the CENTURY
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT COMPANY on I44
Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains. They
know that here they will find any records or
songs that they miglti want. WI-I 9-8448.
Tasty sandwiches and sodas, cos-
rnetics, gifts, medical supplies and
prescriptionse-all of these are of-
fered you at the ARDSLEY CHEMIST
SHOPPE, 479 Ashford Avenue,
where Mr. Engleman and his staff
are glad to serve any of your im-
mediate needs. For information or
delivery call DO 3-O5I2 or 3-9712.
Paul and Judy are visiting 459 Ashford Ave-
nue where the ARDSLEY RADIO AND TELE-
VISION SERVICE AND ARDSLEY WATCH-
MAKER are located. Before you go
elsewhere to have your radio or watch
repaired, consult these experienced crafts-
men. DO 3-31199.
THE JARMAN SHOE STORE on T58 Main
Street in White Plains is a convenient store
for purchasing men's shoes and shoe acces-
sories. Here, friendly salesmen give you the
individual advice and personal attention
When you are planning a party, for better
food, whether fresh or frozen, do your
shopping at RlCCIO'S MARKET as Ray and
Sam are doing, During your lunch hour drop
in to Riccio's, 474 Ashford Avenue, and
treat yourself to a tasty wedge. DO 3-0365.
that you require.
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posit boxes are also for rent
It is wise to begin a regular savings
account, as John is doing, at the
GREENBURGH SAVINGS BANK IH
Dobbs Ferry. The bank belongs to
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp
oration with total assets of S6 OOO
OOO. Come in and open up a Chr st
mas Club account so that youll be
prepared for December. Safe de
Why buy a new dress or skirt when you can
make it? Peggy Ann and Margaret are at
the SAXON FABRIC SHOP at 83 Mamaro-
neck Avenue in White Plains where they
are looking at a wide variety of fabrics. Stop
in at the store "Where Fabrics Make Fash-
ions." WH 9-4969.
Buddy is getting his haircut at RALPH'S
BARBER SHOP, 218 Ashford Avenue, Dobbs
Ferry. He knows that at this friendly store,
trained barbers give individual attention.
"It pays to look' well." Get your next hair-
cut at Ralph's Barber Shop and be satisfied.
Are you planning to have a de-
licious ham or turkey or an old-
fashioned barbeque? Then order
the choice food needed from LOUIS'
SUPER MARKET, 711 Saw Mill River
Road, in Ardsley. If you can not
shop in person and make use of
Louis' free parking area, have your
groceries delivered. DO 3-1120-
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Are you in heed of a new pair of skates,
skiis, or sports apparel? If so, visit the
SPORTSCENTER on Garth Road in Scarsdale,
Joyce is admiring the great selection of
sports equipment found there. Before you
purchase your new riding habit, visit the
You don't have to go very far to find a suit-
able place for your cleaning, pressing or
repairing needs, Andy is at ANN'S CLEAN-
ERS, 639 Saw Mill River Road, but if this isn't
convenient, call DO 3-7783 for prompt pick-
up and delivery service.
If you desire a cooling soda, a tasty
sandwich or just a friendly, com-
fortable spot to chat and listen to
the iuke box, do as Peggy, Barbara,
and Cathee are doing and visit the
ARDSLEY CHOCOLATERIA, INC.
While you are there, why not sam-
ple some delicious Reed's ice cream.
Are you considering a new Hamilton or
Bulova watch or is your present watch in
need of cleaning or repair? Muriel has
brought her watch to S. SMALHEISER, 577
Warburton Avenue, in Hastings, and now
she is admiring the selections of iewelry
and silverware. Call HA 5-286I.
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Have you taken your younger children to
the ARDSLEY BARBER SHOP yet? "Children
are our specialty" is their slogan. There,
you will be attended by courteous and
efficient barbers, and you will receive san-
itary, prompt service, as a barber is always
in attendance, ,
Olivia G. Seeler's newly expanded
office is located at 501 Ashford
Avenue in Ardsley. If you are in the
market for a new home or if you
want to sell your present house,
contact OLIVIA G. SEELER, who
specializes in ARDSLEY-FOR-BETTER
LIVING INSURANCE AND REAL
ESTATE. DO 3-3600.
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ls your car in need of a sparkling simoniz
or just a periodic washing? If so, why not
drive down Saw Mill River Road and visit
the SAW MILL AUTO LAUNDRY. Use Our
club plan of nine washes for ten dollars,
and your car will look like new. For in-
formation call DO 3-7783.
When you have a dry cleaning or pressing
problem, take it to the ROSLYN CLEANERS,
a very satisfactory valet service. All cleaning
is done on the premises and the location is
very convenient. Why not come in or call
Stephen, Betsy, Bill, John and Rose
are the SENIOR class officers Right
now they are in the library looking
at the various college catalogs and
discussing their plans for the future
These officers were elected by the
class to represent them at the vari
ous school activities.
Before you buy your new home or purchase
any insurance, discuss your plans with
JOHN P. STREB, 6 Cedar Street, Dobbs
Ferry, At 'this Dobbs Ferry agency you will
receive intelligent and friendly advice. Drop
in or call DO 3-O444 or DO 3-OOQO.
Res.: HA 5-4460.
Do you intend to buy some clothes for a
young child or does your teenager need
some new belts or other accessories? Carol
is purchasing a gift at TOTS AND TEENS, for
she knows that there she will find the
quality she is looking for.
vxqf-YPBZG 'J 0 H N P S T R E B 9,4640
REAL FRTATE " lNSURANCE
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If you have an invitation to a dance or want
to send someone a corsage or bouquet of
flowers, order it from MARSHALL COOKE.
George is admiring an arrangement of
flowers and plants at Marshall Cooke's
showroom on Secor Road. Call DO 3-3590
or WH 9-5020.
"Furniture That Pleases." That is the slogan
of CARTOON'S FURNITURE STORE where a
saleman is talking to Andy. For all your
furniture needs, go to CARTOON'S on the
corner of Wildey and Cortlandt Streets in
Tarrytown or 25 Spring Street, Ossining.
Have you been anticipating a nevv hair
style, coloring, permanent, or just a trim?
For your individual needs follow Helga and
Kate's advice and make an appointment at
THEODORA'S, located at Aflclyman Square.
Open Mondays by appointment. Call
lf you've been Waiting several days for
your clothes to return from the cleaners, go
to ROSS CLEANERS at 28 Garth Road in
Scarsdale. Here you ncedn't wait as there
is same-day service. The next time you're in
icarsdale come in or call SC 3-3355.
Don't carry heavy luggage with you! Instead
notify ATLANTIC AIR FREIGHT, INC: pio-
neer in air freight for Westchester and Con-
necticut. It is located at 27 Cedar Street in
Dobbs Ferry, Same day pick up and delivery
to and from the airport. DO 3-5000.
For purchases of cosmetics, notions, or pre-
scriptions, rely -upon your Liggett Rexall
drug store, the CEDAR HILL PHARMACY in
Dobbs Ferry. Barbara and Betsy are buying
some gifts there, and then they will step
over to sample a tasty soda. Why don't you
do the same?
s.J'?.in-M. , ,. a 'K
PULVER BROTHERS on Jackson Avenue in
Hastings are happy to show you their wide
selection of flowers, plants, shrubbery, and
holiday wreaths and trees. A tour of the
greenhouse will introduce you to a great
variety of plants and pottings. Come in and
look around. HA 5-1079.
Remember the last time you were stuck in
the snow or you had a flat tire? If this
should happen to you again, iust call the
WESTCHESTER GARAGE on Ardsley Square.
Mr. Nannariello and his staff provide local
and long distance towing as well as
automotive service and collision work.
If you have numerous visiting rel-
atives or friends who need a quiet,
comfortable place to spend the
night or even a week, make ar-
rangements for them at the ARDS-
LEY ACRES MOTEL COURT on the
Saw Mill River Road and Parkway
in Ardsley, located only 28 minutes
from Times Square. DO 3-2700.
"Swim and Play the Healthful Way." That is
the slogan of the HEATHERDELL HEALTH
FARM in Ardsley. A relaxing vacation here
includes Swedish massage and use of the
solarium and Olympic type pool. Why not
call DO 3-9770 and make arrangements to
spend a' week-end or even a week here?
This is the ARDSLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
in Ardsley, New York, which was con-
structed by A. M. HUNTER 8. SON, con-
tractors and builders in Irvington-on-Hudson.
lf you have a building problem, get in touch
with A. M. Hunter, and you will receive ad-
vice from experienced people.
Youth Fellowship meets.
The ARDSLEY METHODIST CHURCH
is located on Ashford Avenue in
Ardsley, Church School is held
every Sunday at 9:45, and the Nur
sery Hour is at ll:OO in the Parson
age, Worship Services are held
at ll:OO, and at 7:00 every Sunday
John and Paul are enjoying a ride on a Tow-
Truck in The building of The NATIONAL
WIRE PRODUCTS COMPANY, 885 E. 140
STreeT in The Bronx. After They compleTe
Their ride, John and Paul will look over The
fine wrought iron proolucTs manufactured
Have you considered opening a checking
account? Do you want a safe place to keep
your savings? Get friendly and personal
advice at the Ardsley office of the COUNTY
TRUST COMPANY on Addyman Square.
Don't take chances with your money. Open
a savings account now as Dave is doing,
Kate and Barbara are visiting the WEST-
CHESTER TOWN 81 COUNTRY SHOPPE in
Ardsley. The girls are browsing in this store
because they know that for blouses, swea-
ters, skirts, and all women's apparel, Town
84 Country will gladly serve their needs.
E .ir at
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Do you have a REAL ESTATE problem? If
so, visit HOWARD EDMAN, 4 North Central
Avenue in Hartsdale. This office serves the
needs of Hartsdale, Ardsley, and Scarsdale.
For efficient and courteous service, contact
Howard Edman. "A phone call will bring
service." WH 9-5434.
For the most complete assortment
of toys for all children, you needn't
look very far. Visit the ARDSLEY
CIGAR STORE at 472 Ashford Ave-
nue in Ardsley. This store not only
has a selection of toys but a wide
variety of Hallmark greeting cards,
newspapers, and magazines as well
as fountain service. lf you desire a
cooling soda, made with Breyer's
ice cream, drop in to the Ardsley
Cigar Store, and Jerry will fix you
Jeff is looking over the varietytof tools
available at the ARDSLEY HARDWARE
COMPANY on Addyman Square. For gas
ranges, refrigerators, hardware, paints, or
electrical appliances, you will find what you
want at the Ardsley Hardware Company.
A iaunty cap such as Gary is admiring, a
gay vest, or just men's accessories-you'll
find all of these and more at the Village
Green Center TRADING POST, a convenient
store for all discriminating young men.
'S "' DO 3-3500,
From this new modern office
JAMES MCCARTNEY 8. SON INC
can give you the service and advice
you might need in reference to real
estate and insurance. This advice
comes from years of experience
Take advantage of McCartney s con
venient location in Ardsley to stop
in and discuss any real estate pro
blems you might have, or else call
Since the ARDSLEY BOOTERY, INC., moved
to the Village Green Center, Ardsley now
has a convenient, inexpensive place in
which to purchase shoes and shoe acces-
sories. If you happen to be in the vicinity,
stop in and look around at the Dr. Posner's
scientific shoes. DO 3-4770.
This is The ARDSLEY VILLAGE GREEN CEN-
TER, a new shopping area consisting of a
variety of women's and men's apparel
stores, shoe stores, and chiIdren's shops.
For the shoppers' convenience There is a
large parking area in the rear of The Green.
Close personal contact with staff and advisor,
careful judgment in processing of copy, and
expert handling in production-to give you a
truer graphic reproduction of life at your school.
2l9 EAST 44th STREET, NEW YORK I7, NEW YCRK
BRANCH OFFICE, IZO MILK STREET, BDSTON, MASS
VILLAGE OF ARDSLEY
WESTCHESTER COUNTY - N. Y, STATE
SCALE IINCH - zoo Fear
William Duke, III
Charles S. Hoy Joseph E. Martini
Francis B. Andrews E. A. Pancoast, Jr.
THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING
THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
Ardsley High School
DAVIS SERVICE STATION
Flowers for All Occaxiom
J M Yedowitz "In the Heart of Scarxdalen
J. Frischmann - F. Zimbardi
549 WARBURTON AVENUE POPHAM 8: OVERHILL RDS.
Hastings-on-Hndson, N. Y. , Scarsdalel N' Y'
Motor Overbauling - Lubrication - Waxbing
Telephone: Hastings 5-1916
Phone: SCarsda1e 3-9842
AMATEUR ORNITHOLOGISTS BIRDCALLERS IN ACTION
Sophomore Biology Class Biology class ot Croton
Fl 1 1 I 1
I AMERICAN LEGION
ARDSLEY POST, NO. 458
ARDSLEY, NEW YORK
RAVEN ROCK NURSERIES
Evergreen! - Treef
Shrub! - Perennial!
I Richard Langle Jr., Prop.
I SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Eastview, New York
Phone: PL 2-1201
GREEN VALLEY NURSERY
SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Hawthorne, N. Y.
J, Kijak, Prop.
Landxcaping - Perennialf - Treer
Shrub! - Evergreen:
BIOLOGICAL EXPERTS AT WORK
Mr. Horend, Frank, Eddie, Nancy Danny Ron, Bert, Peggy Gretel, Margare'
ARDSLEY PARENT TEACHERS' ASSOC.
- of -
THE YONKERS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
MANOR House SQUARE YoNKERs, N. Y.
A PREPARING FOR INSPECTION FOOD FANCIERS
Frank Schoppoch c1tCroton Sophomores, Miss Maurer, and Casey of Biology
- from -
PARAMOUNT AQUARIUM, INC.
AUTOMATIC WASHERS 8. DRYERS
REPAIRS - SERVICE - PARTS
BENDIX - WHIRLPOOL - NORGE - HAMILTON
BERTMAN MAINTENANCE SERVICE
396 ASHFORD AVENUE DObbs Ferry 3-5881
HORSESHOE HAVEN VIOLA AND HIS CHINESE MAMBO
Don, Chet, Glenn, Dave, Roy, Casey at Croton Danny Viola
Telephone: LYric 2-7200
ELMSFORD LUMBER STORES, INC.
5 NEPPERHAN AVENUE
Elmsford, N. Y.
O T T O ' S
RESTAURANT and BAR
FAMOUS CHOICE FOODS
STEAKS A Specialty
Accommodarions for Parties
660 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Ardsley, New York DObbs Ferry 3-9772
PLUMBING - HEATING
IO HICKORY STREET
Harfsdale, N. Y.
WHiIe Plains 9-4148
DObbs Ferry 3-5838
A BI-MONTHLY PUBLICATION
HARWOOD SHOE REPAIR
L. VACCARO, Manager
REPAIRING WHILE U WAIT
Hof Cleaning - Luggage Repairs - Dog Supplies
II BONIFACE CIRCLE - SCARSDALE, N. Y.
SENIORS' SEVENTH HEAVEN
Laura, Billy, Barb, Ruth, Joe ai Senior Prom
Dick, Carol, Ann, "Zippy" at Senior Prom
BLASBERG MOTORS, INC.
DObbs Ferry 3-5040
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
Telephone: DObbs Ferry 3-9790
ARDSLEY SERVICE STATION
TOM WILLIAMS, Proprietor
SAW MILL RIVER ROAD and RIDGE ROAD
Ardsley, N. Y.
M I D T O W N
LIVE POULTRY MARKET
JERRY SCARANO, JR., Prop.
QUALITY LIVE POULTRY - FRESH FARM EGGS
461 TA RRYTOWN ROAD
White Plains, N. Y.
WHite Plains 9-6246
EMMADINE FARMS, INC.
Quality Checked Dairy Products 8. Ice Cream
SCARSDALE PRODUCE MARKET
PRIME MEATS and POULTRY
Fancy Fruits - Vegetables - Groceries
FREE DELIVERY KARL GIDEON, Prop.
42 GARTIH ROAD - SCARSDALE, N. Y.
Phones: SCarsdaIe 3-2435 - 3-3327
BEACON HILL ASSOCIATION
HERNANDO'S HIDEAWAY ARDSLEYAN EDITORS AND MASCOTS
Chet, Margaret, Bill, Pot, and Dave at Senior Prom AHQSIG, Dove, Grace, Bill, KQIIW, and Nancy
- from -
. S. A. CURPURATIUN
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
AT GRADUATION-TIME CULINARY CAPERS
Alumni, Tony 8- Dotfy Danny, Pete and Jack at Croton
- from -
MID-CUUNTY Ml-lSON 00.
125 FOREST BLV'D. DO 3-6569 - HA 5-7583
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
OSWALD" AND FAN CLUB MEDALIST HOPEFULS
Smitty, Sam, Bill and Chet Bill, Chet, Dave, Nancy, Grace 81 Kathy at Columbia
CHURCH OF OUR LADY
OF PERPETUAL HELP
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
PARDY BROS. FUEL OIL CO.
SALES - INSTALLATIONS - SERVICE
DOI::bs. Ferry 3-5670
LAWSON'S SERVICE STATION
MARFAK LUBRICATION SERVICE
Brake and Clufch Adfusfing, Maior Tune Up
DObbs Ferry 3-9703 Ardsley, N. Y.
Fon FUEL ons CALL
WILMOTH FUEL OIL SUPPLY
Dobbs Ferry 3-0181
DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
DOI.-abs Ferry 3-5600
ARDSLEY CARPET CO.
K. K. HAGOPIAN, Propriefor
' Russ and CARPETS
Rugs Cleaned and Repaired
by Native Experts
780 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Ardsley, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 3-3619
BOOBY-PRIZE FOR BALLOON DANCE
Chet and Rose of Halloween Hop
Connie, Jerry, Louise, Jimmy and Frlencls
DObbs Ferry 3-4625
P O. BOX 611 ARDSLEY,
OIL BURNER SERVICE 6 INSTALLATION
DObbs Ferry 3-4069 - DEerfieId 7-1234
CHARCOAL SNACK BAR
Scarsclale, N. Y.
F. J. CALDARA MOVERS
FRANK J. CALDARA
Local 8. Long Distance Moving
Agents for GREYVAN LINES
124 MAIN STREET
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 3-1166
A 8. A ITALIAN BAKERY
66 MAIN STREET
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
UNIVERSAL MUSICAL INST. CO
MUSIC - PIANOS - INSTRUMENTS
732 BROADWAY, N. Y. C.
Grade School at Halloween Masquerade
Kindergarten at Lions Club Masquerade
SERVICE PHOTO ENGRAVING
CHARLES A. CARLYLE, Vice-President
148 GREENE STREET
NEW YORK 12, N, Y.
WOrth 4-7839 - 40 - 41
F. J. McCORMACK
5 JUDSON AVENUE
Ardsley, New York
Phone: DObbs Ferry 3-0433
50 EAST 42nd STREET
New York 17, New York
MUrray Hill 2-6611
J. V. Players, Dick, Jack, Ken, "Doc" and Pete
HAPPY YULETIDE SPIRIT
Angela, Grace, Bill, Dave, Kathy, Nancy celebrating
COMPLETE OIL HEATING SERVICE
AUTOMATIC FUEL OIL DELIVERIES
24 HOUR SERVICE ON ANY MAKE BURNER
CONTRACTS INCLUDING SERVICE and PARTS
OIL BURNERS, BOILERS, HOT WATER HEATERS, TANKS, ETC.
SOLD and INSTALLED
SALES and SERVICE-HARTSDALE
FUEL OIL STORAGE PLANT-HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON
E. ROBISON, INC.
"THE HOUSE THAT SERVICE BUILT"
HOLD THAT POSE HOT ROD
Hcnrv, Jerry, Paul, Connie, John George qnd Cqr
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
By KENNETH DERA
708 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Ardsley, N. Y.
Telephone: DObbs Ferry 3-3619
STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC.
CHAUNCEY, N. Y.
GUARANTY AND MORTGAGE CO.
199 MAIN STREET
White Plains, N. Y.
Telephone: WHite Plains 8-4041
YORK GOLF BALL CO.
Doses FERRY, N. Y.
RAFF'S GARAGE 8.
SERVICE STATION, INC.
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS
Phone: DObbs Ferry 3-1105
59-60 MAIN STREET DOBBS FERRY, N. Y
JUMP, BOYS, JUMP
Jock McPartIond, Bob Lontry 81 Jon Osterberg ot
THE FIGHTING JACK
Jock McPortIond 8. Dove Mooney at Croton
HEATHER DELL FLORIST
JOHN CANNING, JR.
Specializing in Seasonable Planfs
Ardsley, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 3-0144
LOU-ENA HAND LAUNDRY
DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
FRED'S AUTO WRECKING
F. LICHTENBERG 8- SON
CARS BOUGHT and SOLD
Good Used Car Paris
555 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD ARDSLEY, N. Y.
Phone: DObbs Ferry 3-4686
SALT 'N PEPPER
PLUMBING and HEATING
Oil Burner lnsfallaiion
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
Phone: D0bbs Ferry 3-0293
ARDSLEY VILLAGE TAVERN, INC
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
WHERE IS IT?
THREE'S A CROWD
Cyril, Connie, Jerry and Paul at Croton
Kenny McComb at Croton Game
THE HONOR SOCIETY
DR. ALBERT BASSELL
RAIN OR SHINE WE DELIVER FREE
Let us fake 'care of your parties with a full line of
Cold cuts, Home-made Salads and Appetizers and your
CALL FOR DELIVERY
DObbs Ferry 3-4918 on Ardsley Square
FRANK L. MACE
PIANO INSTRUCTION - PIANO TUNING
22 RIVERVIEW AVENUE
s Ferry 3-6616 Ardsley, N- Y
Poullry Farm and Eggs
SPRAIN ROAD, Ardsley
Phone: DObbs Ferry 3-4611
2 NORTH STONE AVENUE
Elmsford, New York
Phone: LYric 2-8484 - 2-6971
Mr. McHenry, Mr. Denike, Mr. Wilmolh, Mr. Mac- Ardsley M9m0l'IUl Park
GEORGE L. PALMER
346 ASHFORD AVENUE DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
SHOE KING SAM'S
DRIVE . IN
mcrouv SHOE ourLErs
150 souTH CENTRAL AVENUE
R. E. TeCARR
285 NORTH BROADWAY
North Tarrytown, N. Y.
SCAPPY'S HARMONY INN
Fine lfalian Dinners and Pizzeria
We cater to weddings and all festive occasions all year round
BOWLING NIGHTLY - FREE PARKING
207 Ashford Avenue DObbs Ferry 3-9759
Officials at the Memorial Park Dedication
Grade School Color Guard
ABBIE F. CRISI
TAP - TOE - BALLET and BALLROOM
Telephone: DObbs Ferry 3-0371
Best Wishes from
KENNY'S BARBER SHOP
"I Need Your Head To Run My Business"
72 MAIN STREET DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
Phone: DObbs Ferry 3-6498
THE SEVEN SANTINI BROTHERS
DObbs Ferry 3-4979
24 HOUR senvlcf
FRANK MULDOON RICK MAXWELL
CAMERA CRAFT, INC.
37 MAMARONECK AVENUE
White Plains, New York
Phoiagraphic Cenfer For All Supplies
AMATEUR and PROFESSIONAL
Best Wishes from
CHARLES S. HOY
GAS G OIL BURNERS APPLIANCES
DObbs Ferry 3-0565
Mr. Kluge, a Friend and Mr. Seitz
The Dukes, Kyffs and Friends
4 :NTERNATIONAL ill
CLUB Gun NATIONS +lArrrv
Q? cm S9
1 Lua:-:avv A INTELLIGENCE" A A +
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ALDEN L. PAGNONI
R E A L T o R
'That Cuts Costs
88 HILLTOP ROAD 1910 WEBSTER AVENUE
Ardsley, New York New York 57, New York
DObbs Ferry 3-5677 TRemonf 8-4994
STORYBOOK CHARACTERS ON PARADE KING AND QUEEN OF HALLOWEEN
Younger Set on Halloween Chef, SCGYGCVOW Und R059
Compliments of . . .
S . . .
IAN S. WILSON Federal avings 8: Loan Association
Dobbs Ferry 3-1807
560 WARBURTON AVENUE
Wholemle Floffff Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y.
Dellwood Lane Ardsley
Compliments of . . . WH 9-0503 Open Thursday Eves
HUNT'S MUSIC HOUSE
Over 70 Years of Satisfactory Service
Recordf - Radio! - Plfzonograpbr
KELLY CRAFT Sheet Mmic - Murical lmtrumenty
Painterr and Decomton Telwmon , piano Tuning
james A. Kelly - George I.. Craft
14 MAMARONECK AVENUE
Dobbs Ferry 5-4980-J White Plains 8-5449 White Plains, N. Y.
CORDIAL QUARTET CABIN CAMPERS
Sophomore Girls Barbara, Pai, Beri, Nancy
F"""' ' ""'-'--' --
A ROSEDALE PLANTING LASTS
LONGER YET IT COSTS NO MORE
Select Your Plants From
Westchester's Widest Assortment of
Etfergreenf - Rofef - Fruits
Flowering Treer - Flowering Sbrnbr
SAW MILL RIVER PARKWAY
PLe-asantville 2-1300 Eastview, N. Y.
Compliments of . . .
THE CHARLES N. MEAD' CO.
A Complete Department Store
1 Chase Road Scarsdale
Tel. Scars. 3-4700
SALES 8: SERVICE
General Electric and Frigidaire Appliance!
Headquarters for R.C.A, Color Televifion
39 Ceclar'Street Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 5-0511
TOO MANY COOKS
Mrs. Horend, Carol, lotus, Carol Morris, Giflc MU-
FOOD ANYONE ?
MR. and MRS.
RGBERT A. GREEN
TARRYTOWN, NEW YORK
JAMES HIJMEII 8 ASSUIIIATES
THE THI-VILLAGE HUTAHY CLUB
A DS -- O S F - AST NGS
DOBBS FERRY REGISTER
PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
Letterhead! - Envelope! - BHIIWGIJ Card! - Shipping Tag! - Chance BOOEJ'
Report! - Bill! - Ti6k6!J - Po!tal! - Circular! - Wedding Invitation!
Reception Card! - Birth Announcement! - Adverti!ing journal!
Program! - Announcement! - Po!ter! - Chri!tma! Card!
Booklet! - Menu! - Enclo!ure!
BEFORE YOU CONTRACT FOR YOUR NEXT PRINTING ORDER
LET US SUBMIT A BID ON THE COST OF THE WORK
GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP PROMPT DELIVERY
Telephone: DObbs Ferry 3-0124
101 MAIN STREET DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
WILSON Gi SON PETER A. SHELLY
jeweler! and Sil11er!mith! Flori!t! and Numerymen
Greenhou!e! and Nu r!er i e!
Ardsley Road Scarsdale, N. Y
6 Chase Road Scarsclale, N. Y. Phone: Scarsdale 3-0631
LYric 2-6555 Since 1835
Improve Your Game
B E S S O N
Coal - Lumber - Building Mdf6fidlJ
WESTCHESTER GOLF RANGE Fuel Oil!
701 DOBBS FERRY ROAD BESSON 8: CO - BESSON OIL Inc
Opp. Elmwood Country Club
Route 100-B White Plains, N. Y. phone: Dobbs Ferry 5.002652
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