Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1956
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SPECIAL FEATURE PROGRAM
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Before you on the screen of this television set is our
video rehearsal stage, Ardsley High School. Through the pro-
grams of Station WAH S you will laecome acquainted with the
perpetual huzz of activities in which the students participate
as they attempt to "Beat the Clock." "The Shower of Stars"
illustrates the primary roles played hy the Seniors, presiding at
cluh meetings and organizing the Suhscription Campaign. Our
principals produced and the teachers directed the different
shows-from the drama at the issuing of report cards to the
thrills of haskethall games. Our show reached its "Climaxl" with
the viewing of the two Seniors graduating--on our concluding
page. The ARDSLEYAN thanks our sponsors, the advisers,
and the patrons, who made it possihle for us to televise our
school. "Here's Looking at Us!"
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T be Bzg .fuvprise--The clam of 1957 dedicate!
Mr. Michael Iackman
. this Ardsleyan to M11 facleman.
To you, Mr. Jackman, our coach and real friend, we the
Junior class dedicate the 1956 ARDSLEYAN.
This familiar Hgure, dressed in T-shirt and blue slacks, could
usually be found helping a group of boys in basketball techniques or
observing a tense ping-pong game. Through his tireless efforts and
high spirits, he coached the Varsity Basketball team to its victorious
standing of second place in the Western Westchester League, and
thus they qualified for the Class C Tournament. During the Warm,
spring days of the baseball season, "Coach," a powerful lefty himself,
used his previous experience to further the ability of the team.
To show our appreciation for the outstanding way in which you
have inspired us, we the class of 1957 dedicate this yearbook to you.
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THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
MR. EDWARD E. AIM, President
MRS. VINTON H. CLARKE
MR. JOHN il. CALVIN
MR. DONALD R. HASSELL
MR. ANTHQNY WALDEIER
MRS. EMILY A. EHLER, Treasurer
Mns. ANNE L. HUESGEN, Clerk
MR. ARTHUR W. SILLIMAN
jr. Student Council Adviser
MR. KENNETH H. BROWN
Principal of the Elementary School
New York University
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Mr. Charles W. Horend
1 i Assistant Principal
Science, Driver Education
Mr. Harlan A. Thomas
of the Upper Grades
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Secretary to Mr. Silliman Assistant Secretary Monitor Board Operator Assistant Secretary Office Secretary
Elementary School Elementary School
Miss Eleanor I. Davis
Potsdam State Teachers'
The Directors. .
Mrs. H. Bartholomew
Mrs. Carmen Brennan
School Nurse, R.Nt
Miss Celia P. Conklin
School Nurse, R.N.
Shared Service New York Post Graduate Albany Hospital
Mrs. Eva S. Ellis
New York University
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Mr. Clarence E. Felter
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Miss Arlene Haymond
Potsdam State Teachers'
Miss Dorothy Gier
University of Michigan
Miss Meredith Home
State Teachers' College
Mrs. Ruth H. Howes
Mr. Paul I. Koors
Miss Helen G. Robbie
New York University
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Mrs. Phyllis Hutton
Potsdam State Teachers'
Mrs. Ella LeCount
New York University
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New York University
Mr. Theodore H. Martland
Miss Grace A. Roll Mr. Mitchell C. Vincent
Physical Education Director of Music
Mr. Frank Kluge
Miss Cornelia Patteson
Mr. Robert Williams
Mrs. Elinor B. Koenig
English IV, Dramatics,
New York University
Miss Dorothy M. Pelda
English I and ll
New York University
Mr. William Wolter
Oswego State Teachers' Columbia University
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If we were to turn the dial of our television set to Channel l,
we would view a program with enthusiastic performers. The script
concerns the class of '56 as Freshmen, entering Ardsley High School
for the First time. We would laugh with them as they were thrown
under the showers in G. A. A. and he frightened with them as they
entered the assembly hall to he peered at by the rest of the high
As we switch from Channel l to Channel 2, we view the
same class as Sophomores. They are no longer timid and shy but
eager and energetic as they await their trip to Biology Camp at
Croton, where they lived together, cooked together, and took long
hikes together. After returning home, the Sophomores husied them-
selves selling candy at the basketball games in order to earn money
for their Washington trip.
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As Juniors, the class of '56 dedicated most of their spare time
to creating the 1955 ARDSLEYAN, which received a first rating
from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The television
viewer is ahle to watch the editors painstakingly planning original
layouts, writing sprightly copy, selling more ads and yearbooks than
ever, and discussing their symbolic endsheet and their unique plaid
This is the Hnal and longaawaited program for the class of
'56. We see them conducting a subscription campaign, giving the
senior play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gayf, going to Washing-
ton, D. C., for a joyous and exciting week, and finally marching
down the aisle to receive their diplomas. Thus they ended their
high school career, but a new, exciting program was expected in
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Oar Heart: Were Young and Gay
Mrs. Skinner ...... .... I ayne Schmidt
Dick Winters . .
Otis Skinner . . .
Madame Elise .
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. . . . . Iudith Goodwin
Steward ........ .....
. . .... Andrew Kalmykow
Harriet St. john ..... ........ N ancy Cauvet
Leo McEvoy . . .
De LaCroix . . .
. . . ...... Patricia Pagnoni
.. Grace Barbieri
. . ...... David Purdy
. . . . Caleb Davis
. George Salerno
. . . . Joyce Raicht
The picture on our 1956 television set would never be com-
plete without "Our Hearts Were Young and Cay," starring two
light-hearted characters, Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kim-
brough, -who dominated the SENIOR PLAY, presented on March
23 and 24.
The Roaring Twenties had its most hilarious moments as
the girls, determined to be mature and sophisticated on their Hrst
trip to Europe, turned the ship into a two-ring circus. At one time,
Emily, fearful of a shipwreck, placed cookies in two of the lifeboats
because she didn't know which one would be hers.
Just before the boat landed, Cornelia felt sick, the medical
students' verdict was measles. But by applying makeup skillfully
and putting on an uproarious act during medical inspection, she
managed to get through.
We leave Emily and Cornelia in Paris, as they try to con-
vince a French actor that he should give 'Cornelia acting lessons.
FRED N. ARONE
Variety's the Very Spice of Life
Varsity Basketball 4, Manager 3, Ir. Varsity
Basketball Manager 2, Varsity Baseball,
Manager 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Intra-
murals: Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2,
Football 3, 4, Track Team 3, Yearbook Club
2, Outdoor Club 4, President 4, Chef Club 3,
Electricians' Club 2, 3, 4, Boy Scouts l, Stage
Crew 3, 4, Typing Club 2.
GRACE M. BARBIERI
Nothing Succeeds like Success
Secretary 2, Treasurer 4, Honor Society 9
years, Second Degree 2, Third Degree 3, 4,
Reporter 3, Corresponding Secretary 4,
Ardsleyan Assistant Editor, Varsity Choir l,
2, 3, 4, Regional 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2,
C. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Blue Captain
4, Sports Club 3, 4, President 4, Inter-class:
Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4,
Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Graduation
Usher 3, Yearbook Club 2, Secretary 2, Col-
lege Club 4, Therese of "Our Hearts Were
Young and Cayf,
Enthusiasm Excels All
Honor Society 5 years, Salt n' Pepper 1, 2,
Band l, 4, Varsity Choir l, Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
4, State Competition 1, 2, 3, 4, Regional 2, 3,
4, Cheerleader 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue
Co-Captain 4, Inter-class: Basketball, Volley-
ball, Softball l, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3,
4, President 3, College Club 4.
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JOHN CANNING III
Handsome ls as Handsome Does
Arolsleyan Advertising Committee, Salt n
Pepper 1, 2, 3, Copy Editor 3, Intra-murals:
Basketball 2, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Electri-
cians' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Boy Scouts 4 years,
Honor Society 5 years, Second Degree 2'
Once a Friend, Always a Friend
President I3 Honor Society 9 years3 Second
Degree 23 Third Degree 3, 4, President 43
Ardsleyan Photography Editorg Varsity Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, President 43 Clef
Club 3, 43 Regional 2, 3, 43 C. A. A. 1, 2, 3,
4, Gold Captain 43 Sports Club 3, 4, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 43 Inter-class: Basketball, Vol-
leyball, Softball 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3,
President 23 Craduation Usher 33 Yearbook
Club 23 College Club 43 Harriet of "Our
Hearts Were Young and Cay."
Su.bSc ri'p'I'ion Camfaqn,
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Few Things Are Impossible to Diligence
. and Skill
Transfer from El Camino High School, Sac-
ramento, California, Dramatic Club 45 M. De
La Croix of HOur Hearts Were Young and
IOSEPH M. CAWLEY
Silence Is One Great Art of Conversation
Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Jr. Varsity Basketball
23 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 43 Ir. Varsity Baseball
13 Varsity Club 3, 43 Intra-murals: Football
3, 4, Captain 43 Baseball l, 2, 4, Basketball lg
Stage Crew 3, 43 Typing Club 23 Creative
Writers' Club 1.
PHILIP JOHN CIMINO
Good Humor Makes All Things Possible
Varsity Choir 1, 2, 33 Varsity Basketball 43
jr. Varsity Basketball 33 Varsity Baseball 33
jr. Varsity Baseball I, 23 Varsity Club 43
Intra-murals: Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 23
Football 3, 43 Stage Crew 3, 43 Typing Club
23 Window Washer of "Our Hearts Were
Young and Cayf'
GARY LEE FACAN
Swift to Hear, Slow to Speak, Slow to Wrath
Ardsleyan Advertising Committeeg Ir. Varsity
Basketball 25 Varsity Baseball 33 Ir. Varsity
Baseball 1, 23 Intramurals: Softball 1, 29
Spanish Club 2g Stage Crew 4g Creative
Writers' Club 25 Yearbook Club 29 Varsity
Club 3, 4.
A Good Laugh ls Sunshine in a House
Varsity Choir lg Orchestra lg Cheerleader 1,
3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 3, 4, Inter-class: Basketball,
Volleyball, Softball 1, 3, 43 Riding Club lg
Dramatic Club 43 College Club 4, Madame
Elise of "Our Hearts Were Young and Cay."
ANNE DE SOLA
Sweetness in Life Is Bliss
Transfer from Erasmus High Schoolg Honor
Society 1 year, Ardsleyan Circulation Com-
mittee, G. A. A. 3, 4, Interclass: Basketball,
Volleyball, Softball 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4,
Graduation Usher 3, College Club 4.
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JOHN I. HAHN
Sports on Parade
Transfer from Manhattan Prep., Varsity Bas
ketball 4, Varsity Club 49 Intramurals: Foot
ball, Softball 45 College Club 4g Monitor 4
WILLIAM A. HOFFMANN
Ardsleyan Co-Advertising Editor, Salt n' Pep-
per l, 2, 3, Editor 3, Varsity Baseball 3, Ir.
Varsity Baseball 1, 2, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4,
Projection Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Electricians' Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
KATHERINE D. KAMENS
Style ls the Dress of Thoughts
Reporter 3, 4, Honor Society 5 years, Ardsley-
an Assistant Editor, Salt n' Pepper 1, Clef
Club 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Varsity Choir 1,
2, 3, 4, Regional 3, 4, State Competition 3,
All-State Choir 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-
class: Basketball, Volleyball, Softball 1, 2, 3,
4, Dramatic Club 2, Secretary 2, Graduation
Usher 3, College Club 4, Yearbook Club 2,
Emily Kimbrough of "Our Hearts Were
Young and Cay."
RAY C. HUGHES, IR.
The Object of Speech ls Persuasion
Honor Society 3 years, Ardsleyan Business
Manager 3, Salt n' Pepper 3, Track 3, Varsity
Club 4, Dramatic Club 1, 4, Treasurer 4:
Graduation Usher 3, Creative Writers' Club
1, Yearbook Club 2, Outdoor Club 4, Ex-
plorer Scouts, Monitor 4, Dick Winters of
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay."
ANDREW KALMYKOVV III
Reason and ,ludgment Are Qualities
of a Leader
Vice-President 2, 4, Honor Society 9 years,
Second Degree 3 years, Third Degree 4,
Ardsleyan Co-Advertising Editor, Salt n' Pep-
per 1, Art Editor 1, jr. Varsity Basketball 2,
3, jr. Varsity Baseball 1, Varsity Club 4,
Intra-murals: Softball 1, 2, Football 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 4, Graduation Usher 3, Student
Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Year-
book Club 2, Varsity Track 3, Boy Scouts
Assistant Scoutmaster, Purser of "Our Hearts
VVere Young and Cay."
ROBERT DANIEL LANTRY
Confidence Is the Conqueror of Men
Transfer from Archbishop Stepinac High
School, Varsity Basketball 4, Ir. Varsity Bas-
ketball 3g Intra-murals: Basketball, Softball,
Football 3, 43 Stage Crew 49 College Club 4.
. . . and the Band Played on
Honor Society 9 years, Second Degree 5
years, Ardsleyan Circulation and Advertising
Committee, Band l, 2, 3, 4, President 49
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Clef Club 3, 4, Regional 3,
49 Varsity Basketball, Manager 2, 3, 4, Var-
sity Club 3, 43 Intra-murals: Softball 1, 2,
Basketball 3g Spanish Club 2, 39 Yearbook
Club 2, College Club 43 Steward of "Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay."
SHEILA JANET KNAPP
The Helping Hand
Salt n' Pepper 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Inter-class: Basketball, Volleyball, Softball
I, 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 4, Art Club 3,
4, College Club 4.
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Aralsleyan Circulation Committeeg Salt n'
Pepper 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4g
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Inter-class: Basketball,
Volleyball, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Riding Club Ig
Commercial Club 3, 4, President 43 College
Club 4, Vice-President 4, Stewardess of "Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay."
Energy and Persistence Conquer All Things
Transfer from Franklin Township High
School, Murrysville, Pennsylvania5 Varsity
Choir 45 C. A. A. 45 Inter-class: Basketball,
Volleyball, Softball 45 Dramatic Club 4,
Vice-President 45 College Club 45 Emily
Kimbrough of "Our Hearts Were Young and
JON H. OSTERBERG
Speech Is Great, but Silence Greater
Ardsleyan Photography Committeeg Varsity
Basketball 45 Ir. Varsity Basketball 2, 35 Jr.
Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 35 Intra-murals:
Basketball 1, Football 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 45
Spanish Club 25 Stage Crew 45 Creative
VVriters' Club I5 Yearbook Club 25 Out-
door Club 4, Secretary 45 Chef Club 35 Art
Club 35 Jewelry Club 35 College Club 4.
Many a True Word Spoken in ,lest
Transfer from Middletown High School5
G. A. A. 45 Inter-class: Basketball, Volley-
ball, Softball 45 Commercial Club 45 College
Club 45 Health Inspector of "Our Hearts
Were Young and Cay."
EILEEN PATRICIA ANN MULVEY
A Thing of Beauty Is a Ioy Forever
Salt n' Pepper 1, 25 Cheerleader 3, 4, Cap-
tain 45 C. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club
45 Commercial Club 3, 4, Reporter 35
College Club 45 Madame Elise of "Our
Hearts Were Young and Cay."
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ANGELA M. PASQUIN1
Little Deeds of Kindness
Secretary 3, 49 Honor Society 6 yearsg Ards-
leyan Typing Editorg Varsity Choir 1, 2,
3, 49 State Choir 2, Regional 29 G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Gold Co-Captain, Secretary 4g
Inter-class: Basketball, Volleyball, Softball
1, 2, 3, 49 Commercial Club 3, 4, Secretary
49 Girls' Choirg Sports Club 4.
DAVID A. PURDY
A Man of Courage and Faith and Ambition
Vice-President 2, 49 Honor Society 9 years,
Second Degree 1 yr.9 Third Degree 2, 3, 4,
President 3, Treasurer 49 Ardsleyan Editor-
in-Chief9 Salt n' Pepper 1, Sports Editor 19
Band 3, 49 Varsity Choir 1, 2, 39 Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 49 Clef Club 3, 49 Regional 1, 2,
3, 49 All-State Chorus 1, 3, 49 Ir. Varsity
Basketball 39 Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 39
lntra-murals: Basketball, Softball 1, 2, 3,
49 Spanish Club 2, 39 Graduation Usher 39
1007, Club, Geometry9 Yearbook Club 2,
Pres. 29 Outdoor Club 19 College Club 49 Leo
McEvoy of "Our Hearts Were Young and
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Secretary 19 President 29 Honor Society 4
years9 Ardsleyan Art, Circulation, Advertis-
ing Committeesg G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 49 Inter-
class: Basketball, Volleyball, Softball 1, 2,
3, 49 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
29 Graduation Usher 39 Yearbook Club 29
Jewelry Club 39 Art Clubs 49 Comelia Skin-
ner of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay."
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Her Spirit Is High
Honor Society 3 years9 Aralsleyan Advertis-
ing Committee9 Salt n' Pepper 1, 3, Treas-
urer 39 Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 49 Regional
3, 49 State Competition 2, 49 G. A. A. 1,
2, 3, 49 Inter-class: Basketball, Volleyball,
Softball 1, 2, 3, 49 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Secretary 3, 49 Yearbook Club 29 College
Club 4, President 49 Girls' Chorus9 Wini-
fred Blaugh of "Our Hearts Were Young
GEORGE PAUL SALERNO
Happy as the Day ls Long
Honor Society 5 years5 Ardsleyan Photog-
rapher, Advertising Committee5 Salt n'
Pepper 1, 25 Varsity Basketball 45 jr. Varsity
Basketball 35 Ir, Varsity Baseball 1, 35
Intra-muralsg Football 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 45
Spanish Club 2, 35 Yearbook Club 25 Col-
lege Club 45 Senior Student Council Rep-
resentative5 Stage Crew 45 Monitor 45
Admiral of "Our Hearts Were Young and
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WILLIAM S. SCOTT
A Merry Heart Lasts Forever
Aralsleyan Advertising and Circulation
Committees5 Varsity Baseball 35 Ir. Varsity
Baseball 1, 25 Intra-murals: Basketball 2,
35 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Club 25
Outdoor Club 45 Chef Club 35 Electricians'
Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4.
CATHERINE L. SANTORE
In a Twinkling of an Eye
Honor Society 6 years5 Second Degree l
yearg Ardsleyan Typing Committee5 Salt
n' Pepper 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Choir 15 Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Inter-
class: Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 45
Commercial Club 4, Vice-President 45
College Club 45 Therese of "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay."
JAYNE E. SCHMIDT
Politeness Goes Far Yet Costs Nothing
Treasurer 25 President 3, 45 Honor Society
4 years5 Second Degree 35 Third Degree 45
Ardsleyan Art Editor5 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45
Inter-class: Basketball, Volleyball, Softball
1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club l, 45 Spanish
Club 2, 3, President 25 10072, Club,
Trigonometry, Geometry5 Student Council
3, 4, Vice-President 35 Yearbook Club 25
Jewelry Club 3, President 35 College Club
45 Mrs. Skinner of "Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay."
BARBARA ANN SOMSKY
For Smiles from Reason Glow
Transfer from Sewanhaka High Schoolg
Aralsleyan Circulation Committee9 Salt n'
Pepper 3, 4, Editor 49 G. A. A. 3, 49 Inter-
classz Basketball 4, Volleyball 3, 49 Dramatic
Club 49 Commercial Club 49 College Club
4, Secretary 49 Mrs. Skinner of "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay."
WARREN R. TOWNSEND
Contentment Has Great Delight
and Little Trouble
Salt n' Pepper 1, 29 Band 3, Vice-President
39 Varsity Choir 1, 29 Regional 1, 2, 3, 49
Ir. Varsity Basketball Manager 39 Ir.
Varsity Baseball 19 Varsity Club 4, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 49 Intra-murals: Football 3,
4, Basketball 3, 49 Track Team 39 Boy
Scouts 1, 29 Explorer Scout9 Monitor 49
Mr. Otis Skinner of "Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay."
NANCY DEBORAH SOLOMON
In the Spotlight
Honor Society 7 years9 Second Degree 2
years9 Aralsleyan Circulation, Advertising,
and Art Committees9 Varsity Choir 49 G.
A. A. 1, 2, 3, 49 Inter-class: Basketball,
Volleyball, Softball 1, 2, 3, 49 Riding Club
19 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
1, President 2, 49 Graduation Usher 39
Creative Writers' Club 19 Yearbook Club
29 jewelry Club 39 Art Clubs 49 College
Club 49 Cornelia Skinner of "Our Hearts
Were Young and Cay."
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Out of the Strain of the Doing,
into the Peace of the Dane
Honor Society 4 years9 Arolsleyan Circula-
tion Editor9 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 49 Inter-class:
Basketball, Volleyball, Softball 1, 2, 3, 49
Dramatic Club 1, 49 Spanish Club 2, 3,
Secretary 2, President 39 Graduation Usher
39 Creative Writers' Club 19 Yearbook Club
29 Jewelry Club 39 College Club 49 As-
sistant Director of "Our Hearts Were Young
Seated: B. Pellegrini, L. Nevinger, M. Christiano,
C. Proske. Standing: F. Schappach, M. Mestern,
D. Mooney, I. McPartland, Miss D. M. Pelda, L.
Medovich, B. Murau. Absent: I. Rooney.
"I got it! A Whole page ad! S5Ol,' a jubl
lant JUNIOR cried as he ran into room 211
Similar outbursts of enthusiasm were common
as the ABDSLEYAN slowly took shape. But a
hushed atmosphere existed at the Friday meet
ings as the layout and theme were discussed
Finally, that day in Iune arrived when 'the class
distributed the books.
JUNIOR CLASS ADVISERS
Miss Dorothy M. Pelda
Mr. Paul Koors
President, David Mooney
Vice-President, Chester Slaybaugh
Secretary, Boberta Pellegrini
Treasurer, john McPa1'tland
Bury Days Busy Days
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Seated: Mr. P. Koors, N. Noschese. Standing.
H. Hamilton, D. DeSimone, W. Bell, B. Gardiner,
G. Fraguela, L. Egy, P. Karcher, D. Anglin, L.
Kreymborg, I. Berlind.
Mr. P. Koors, C. Koors, B. Lotus, B. Bell, P. Cat
lyle, E. Bramble, C. Copeland, L. DeSola, W
Klores, A. Harais. Absent: A. DeBocha.
Seated: C. Morris, D. Viola, B. Pearce. Stand-
ing: B. Smith, C. Slaybaugh, Miss D. Pelda, E.
Marron, C. Lotus, L. Pollock, G. Ragone.
"Can you solve this problem in intermedi-
ate algebra?" I-low often is this question asked
by a puzzled SOPHOMORE! But this and other
scholastic dilemmas were forgotten at their P.X.,
which supplied the famished rooters at basket-
ball games with various kinds of candy. Biology
Camp, of course, was the highlight of this won-
SOPHOMORE CLASS ADVISERS
Miss Helen Robbie
Mr. Frank Kluge
President, Richard Mooney
Vice-President, Mary Jane Flanigan
Secretary, Kenneth McComb
Treasurer, Elneta Calhoun
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Seated: K. Moore, E. Rooney, F. Sheldon, K. Mil-
ton. Standing: F. Scheller, M. Scheller, A. Pasquale,
I. Whelan, S. Sage, J. Westervelt, W. Meuser,
S. Ward, Mr. F. Kluge.
Seated: P. Robinson, R. Mooney, S. Ozern. Stand-
ing: N. Reynaud, R. Mooney, P. Weiss, A. San-
severino, F. Pestone, E. Zegray, Mr. F. Kluge, I.
Schwartz, M. Schultz, H. Weinman, S. Nash, L.
Schoenstein, I. Murau.
Seated: M. Cassens, T. Gannon, P. Engelkirk, M.
Baker. Standing: R. Hughes, D. Maxwell, K. Mc-
Comb, Miss H. Robbie, B. LeDuc, G. Greiner, I.
Medovich, T. Cappetta, A. Hamilton, I. Hashagen,
I. Carlson. Absent: L. Beall.
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Standing: V. Duke, E. Calhoun, M. letter, D. Klein
W. Anderson, M. Larsen, M. I. Flanigan, R
Freundel, R. Clute, Miss H. Robbie.
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As we Walked down the hall that first day
in high school, we felt so mature. But this sensa-
tion vanished when we FBESHMEN, marching
into assembly, were accompanied by the laughter
and clapping of the upperclassmen. Soon we
were accepted as we began our studies in science,
English, and social studies.
FBESHMAN CLASS ADVISEBS
Mr. Clarence Felter
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Seated: W. Whelan, E. Locuratolo, L. Quist, G.
Osterberg, C. Mestern, L. Nardecchia. Standing:
J. Nolander, H. Ward, Y. Tunnard, "Zippy," G.
Whitney, B. lVlcKeough, J. Whitney, K. Waldemar,
Mr. L. Cibian.
Secretary, P. Reynaud
Treasurer, W. Bolten
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Front: V. Lapiana, N. Fasenfeld, "Zippy,l' M.
Blatz, S. Benning, V. LeCount. Back: Mr. C. Fel-
ter, A. Cuozzo, B. A. Hamilton, T. Goodwin, C.
Fon, A. Bliss, C. Boccumini, I. Evans.
Front: C. Istvan, J. Kipp, J. Adams, L. Brooks, A.
Damore. Back: Mr. C. Felter, I. Istvan, I. Beninati,
D. Clarke, C. D'Andrea, W. Boulton, I. Hines,
P. Brandon, F. Cecelin.
Front: P. Wickersham, K. Yocis, R. Wallitt, T.
Ozern, A. Schafer, P. Beynaud. Back: U. Negri,
Mr. L. Cibian, B. Sankey, J. Munsell, M. Scola,
V. Pellegrini, P. Witham, C. Lehmkuhl.
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Suddenly it was there, our junior
year, and the responsibilities and thrills
of editing the ARDSLEYAN were upon
us. What would We have done without
Miss Pelda, our wonderful adviser, who
was a continual source of inspiration.
We had such fun at the Friday
meetings with Cretel, Margaret, and
Louise pouring over the layout and Eddie
and Dave puzzling over budget and cir-
culation. Frank was out getting pictorial
ads, while Lynne busily typed in the
"inner sanctumf' and Citta tried to locate
stray pictures. Suddenly in the midst of
copy, Cindy screamed, "My clarinet-it's
locked in the music closet." All the while
Roberta was patiently waiting for a deci-
sion on the theme so she might begin her
art, and lack dashed here and there where-
Despite the fear of a tissue paper
cover, our masterpiece, hard cover, special
features, artistic endsheet and all, finally
went to press.
Looking over the Artwork
Roberta and Mr. Martland
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Laying out Doulalespreaols
ARDSLEYAN BOARD OF EDITORS--F. Schappach, Miss D.
Pelda, E. Bramble, B. Murau, L. Medovich, L. Nevinger.
Meet the Prefs. .
Miss Dorothy M. Pclda
Adviser-in-Clzief, Literary and Ad Adviser
Edward Bramble Margaret Christiano
Business Editor Assistant Editor
Mr. Clarence Felter Mr. Howard llartman
Circulation Adviser Photography Adviser
Mr. Paul Koors Mr. Theodore hlartland
Budget Adviser Art Adviser
Miss Cornelia Patteson
Balancing the Accounts
M MI P ld C' d Gr tl Miss Patteson, Lynne, Eddie, Mr. Koors
argaret, iss e a, in y, ee
ARDSLEYAN BOARD OF EDITORS-M. Mestern, D. hlooney,
C. Proske, Miss D. Pelda, J. McPartland, M. Christiano.
. Ardsleyan Editor?
Everyone was working silently
when suddenly the door of room 211 burst
open, and Charles Copeland, our ARDS-
LEYAN special photographer, strode in
exclaiming, "Where's Frank? I need more
Film." Charlieys Wonderful pictures illus-
trated our commercials. Glenn Koors and
jeffrey Berlind were often found giving an
overwhelming sales talk to some perspective
patron. Lynne's private secretary, Evelyn
Kreyrnhorg, beat out a continuous staccato
of copy on her -typewriter. Chester Slay-
loaugh provided a welcome means of trans-
portation at times when our editors were
not available. We thank each one of these
people for their support, and we especially
thank our parents and Miss Pelda, Mr.
Felter, Mr. Koors, Mr. Hartman, and Miss
Patteson, who played such important parts
in making this book successful.
Totaling Circulation Sales
Mr. Felter and Dave
Checking Ad Quota Comparing Group Pictures
l3Cky Frank. Louise. MiSS Pelda Mr. Hartman, Citta, Charlie
lc Ad Cc:
THIRD DEGREE-Seated: M. Baker, S. Sage, M. Mestern, N. Cauvet, A. Kalmylcow,
M. Christiano, D. Purdy. Standing: B. Gardiner, C. Proslce, Miss H. Robbie, G. Bar-
bieri, D. lVlooney, Schmidt.
Youth Wants to Know
The ideal organization for learning the hows,
whos, wheres, and whats of college and university
life is 'the COLLEGE CLUB. At the meetings,
which were held every two weeks in some member's
home, alumni from different campuses told about
location, tuition-costs, and courses of their alma-
maters. This was followed by inquiries and a dis-
cussion. President Raicht, Vice-President C.
lX'lcKeough, Secretary-Treasurer B. Somslcy, and
Mr. P. Koors, adviser.
COLLEGE CLUB-Seated: I. Schmidt, I. Raicht, B.
Somsky, N. Solomon, K. Kamens. Standing: N. 'Cau-
vet, S. Knapp, D. Purdy, A. DeSola, C. Davis, Can-
ning, Mr. P. Koors, P. Pagnoni, W. LeCount, A. Wick-
ersham, G. Barbieri.
i'Honor'l is the watchword of the thirteen
students who comprise the THIRD DEGREE, the
executive body ofmthe Honor Society. To keep alive
the memory of Robert Arone, this group added two
books about medicine to the library. In remem-
brance of lack Hackett, an aluminum-etched
plaque was dedicated in the Memorial Park.
Because of changes in school scheduling, the
Honor Society requirements were revised. President
N. Cauvet, Vice-President D. Clarke, Secretary M.
Mestern, Treasurer D. Purdy, Corresponding Sec-
retary G. Barbieri, and Miss H. Robbie, adviser.
COLLEGE CLUB-Seated: C. Meyer, E. Mulvey, C.
McKeough, D. Ankhelen, J. Goodwin. Standing: Mr.
P. Koors, I. Hahn, R. Hughes, R. Lantry, W. Town-
send, W. Hotlfmann, A. Kalmykow, C. Santore, G
Salerno, I. Osterberg.
YEARBOOK CLUB-Front Row: J. Schwartz, S.
Ward, D. Cuckenbiehl, F. Sheldon, E. Zegray. Second
Row: H. Weinman, I. Medovich, M. I. Flanigan, M.
Cassens, S. Ozern. Standing: D. Maxwell, M. Schultz,
Miss D. Pelda, R. Mooney, K. McComb, M. Larsen,
K. Nlilton, I. Murau, A. Sanseverino.
After several weekly sessions in YEAR-
BOOK CLUB a Sophomore becomes acquainted
with double-spread layouts, bleeds, montages,
glossies, and budget. Exchanging the Ardsleyan
with other schools not only makes possible compari-
son of our yearbook with schools of similar size but
sometimes inspires new ideas. The group also
learns the qualifications of the Ardsleyan Board
of Editors in the Iunior year. M. Cassens is presi-
dent, M. Baker, secretary, and Miss D. Pelda,
YEARBOOK CLUB-Front Row: S. Sage, P. Weiss,
R. Mooney, P. Robinson. Second Row: S. Hassell, L.
Schoenstein, J. Hashagen, I. Carlson. Standing: Miss
D. Pelda, M. Baker, V. Duke, A. Hamilton, T. Gan-
non, N. Reynaud, B. LeDuc, K. Moore.
How wonderful the high school halls
seemed without the congestion at the change of
classes! Thanks to the STUDENT COUNCIL
a solution was found by supplying monitors. On
the school bulletin board one could follow the
progress of the "Twirp" dance, basketball canteens,
and, of course, the Senior prom, and other Student
Council-sponsored activities. A. Kalmykow is presi-
dent, M. Christiano, vice-president, P. Carlyle,
secretary, D. Mooney, treasurer, and Mr. F. Kluge,
STUDENT COUNCIL-Seated: I. Munsell, L. Nardecchia, I. Schmidt, P. Carlyle,
A. Kalmykow, D. Mooney, G. Salerno, M. Christiano, W. Meuser, R. Mooney. Stand-
ing: Mr. F. Kluge.
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DBAMATIC CLUB-Seated: I. Adams, C. Mey-
er, S. Ozern, Nl. Blarz. Standing: Raicht, N.
Solomon, A. Bliss, J. Schmidt, B. Hughes.
DBAHIATIC CLUB-Seated: L. DeSOla, G.
Osterberg, B. Freundel, P. Witham. Standing:
D. Negri, L. Schoenstein, P. Reynaud, A. Wick-
ersham, B. Somsky, A. DeSola, P. Pagnoni, D.
Klein, C. Davis, C. Boceumini, Mrs. E. Koenig,
SPANISH CLUB-Miss H. Bobbie, C. Morris,
L. Egy, C. Copeland, B. Gardiner, C. Proske, C.
Lotus, L. Medovich, B. Lotus, M. Mestern, M.
HgHabla usted espanol?,' was the key
to enter SPANISH CLUB, which brought
into Ardsley the mysterious and haunting
atmosphere of Spain and that of the gay
Latin American countries. A trip to the
Hispanic Society gave them the pleasure of
becoming better acquainted with Spanish
artists. At the Mexican restaurant many
burned tongues made the experience of hot
tobasco sauce memorable. L. Egy is presi-
dent, B. Gardiner, secretary, and Miss H.
T V Playhouse
A silence of anticipation enveloped the
audience in assembly as the curtain rose to reveal
the DRAMATIC CLUB production of two one-act
plays. A new constitution was adopted during one
meeting, and in May a dance and entertainment
were given for the enjoyment of the entire high
school. N. Solomon is president, C. Meyer, vice-
president, Raicht, secretary, B. Hughes, treasurer,
and Mrs. E. Koenig, adviser.
Perfon to Person
A strange silence prevailed as the high school
students, leaning against their lockers, were en-
grossed in a colorful publication called the "Salt 'n'
Pepper." This extraordinary interest was proof of
the constant toil of the members of the JOURNAL-
ISlVl CLUB who, assisted by Mr. P. Koors, publish
the periodical. Honorary President B. Somsky,
President and Editor N. Noschese, Assistant Editors
M. Flanigan and E. Calhoun, Secretary M.
letter, and Treasurer W. Klores.
JOURNALISM CLUB-Seated: E. Calhoun, N
Noschese, L. DeNardo, M. I. Flanigan, M
Larsen, S. Ward. Standing: B. Somsky, A. Bliss
Mr. P. Koors, T. Cappetta, R. Pearce, M. Jetter
A. Schafer, M. Scheller, C. Santore.
JOURNALISNT CLUB-Seated: G. Fraguela, C
Greiner, B. Lotus, J. Adams, B. Gardiner. Stand-
ing: J. Schwartz, I. Medovich, C. Lotus, L
Kreymborg, D. Anglin, R. Hamilton, R. Wallitt,
COMMERCIAL CLUB-Seated: C. McKeough
Standing: Miss C. Patteson, S. Knapp, L. Nevin
ger, D. DeSimone, D. Anglin, G. Fraguela, B
Somsky, D. Ankhelen, R. Miller, C. Santore
A. Pasquini, L. Kreymborg.
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Leroy Anderson's "Typewriter"
would be a very appropriate theme song
for the future secretaries of Ardsley High,
who meet twice a month in COMMER-
CIAL CLUB. To extend their knowledge
of up-tO date office procedures, they visited
several business concerns, including the
"Reader's Digest," and invited guest
speakers and Ardsley alumnae to their
meetings. C. McKeough is president, C.
Santore, vice-president, D. Anglin, secre-
tary, B. Somsky, treasurer, E. Kreymborg,
reporter, and Miss C. Patteson, adviser.
GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB-Seated: S. Benning, P. Pag-
noni, J. Kipp, R. Hughes, J. Munsell, C. Istvan, L.
Nardecchia, T. Ozern. Standing: N. Solomon, G.
Creiner, K. Yocis, J. Evans, R. Sankey.
CERAMICS CLUB-Seated: W. Whelan, I. Beninati,
H. Ward, P. Wickersham, L. Quist, C. Morris. Stand-
ing: C. Lehmkuhl, K. Waldemar, G. Osterberg, C.
The shelves of temperas and inks made an
appropriate background for the future Cezannes
and Picassos of the ART CLUB. A lump of cold
dank clay thrown on a table soon became a grace-
fully-curved vase or a crouching cat. A striking
abstraction or the peaceful blue of a languid pond
were revealed by skillful free brush strokes over
the whiteness of the paper. R. Pellegrini is cxecu-
tive secretary, and Mr. T. Martland, adviser.
Beneath festive decorations couples slowly
danced while spotlights cast a soft glow across the
entire room. This unique effect was created by the
hard-working ELECTRICIANS' CLUB who also
operated the projectors, public address system,
stage lighting, and other electrical equipment. C.
Slaybaugh is president, S. Scott, secretary-treasurer,
and Mr. H. Hartman, adviser.
ELECTRICIANS' CLUB-Front: C. Slaybaugh, S. Scott,
J. Canning, J. McPartland, Mr. H. Hartman, R. Mooney.
Back: D. Mooney, F. Arone, A. Harais, D. Viola, K. Mc-
Comb, E. Marron, W. Hoffmann.
The goal of all Ardsley High School musi-
cians is to become a member of the CLEF CLUB.
As the governing organization of the music depart-
ment, it plans the concerts and music policies. Mr.
Vincent is adviser.
The seven members of the IUNIOR CLEF
CLUB form a committee which schedules programs
for the grade assembly and plans the activities of
the band and chorus. Miss A. Haymond is the
Narrze T bat T une
"Haven't you finished eating yet?" was the
usual, joking comment as VARSITY CHOIR
members trooped up from the lunchroom for their
noonetime meeting. The senior choral group of the
school is a challenge even to those gifted with
excellent voices. The choir performs for the Spring
Concert. Officers are President N. Cauvet, Vice-
President M. Christiano, and Secretary4Treasurer
C. Proske. Mr. Vincent is adviser.
JUNIOR CLEF CLUB-A. Ridings, D. Kight, S. Has
sell, M. Speicher, G. Ramin, W. LeCount, P. Sara
sohn, Miss A. Haymond. '
CLEF CLUB-Seated: N. Cauvet, K. Kamens, M
Christiane, C. Proslce. Standing: Mr. M. C. Vincent
D. Purdy, M. Mestern, W. LeCount.
All attention was focused on the BAND as
its members, clad in gleaming new uniforms,
proudly marched in review. Even Sousa would
have been astonished at the skill by which his com-
positions Were interpreted. The March 4 concert
with sele ,::'J:.L, s from "Carmen" further illustrated
the r ,r,,: band. In state com etition
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At noon hour on Tuesdays and Thursdays
such gay rhythms as "Begin the Beguinen and
"Parade of the Wooden Soldiersl' resounded through
the halls of Ardsley High. A stranger might have
asked, "When are those professionals?" but we all
know that it was 'the All-State and
All-County advanced players.
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N. Cauvet is vice-president,
and Mr. yy, rrryy,y
and Teen Banclftand
On a warm September day when
the leaves began to show their bril-
liance, a giggling wet Freshman, closely
resembling someone who had been
caught in a heavy fall downpour,
emerged from schoolg she was fol-
lowed by others of similar description.
But fthis strange sight is only G. A. A.
initiation. As the volleyball season
Finished in November, new shouts of
"Make that basket!" echoed in the
gym. Through the Winter, members
of the Girls' Athletic Association ex-
changed anticipatory cries as the ball
was passed quickly from hand to hand
until the points were made. When
spring melted away the snows, the
"swoosh" of badminton rackets re-
placed basketball. May and June wit-
nessed the homeruns and strike-outs
of the baseball games. Miss G. Roll is
SPORTS CLUB-Miss G. Roll, A. Pasquini C Lotus B Murau
G. Barbieri, N. Noschese, N. Cauvet, M Christiano M Mestem
Absent: B. Gardiner and LI Medovich
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-BLUE TEAM
Any noontime before a basket-
ball game one could find members of
VARSITY CLUB soliciting funds to
support the basketball programs. The
Intramural All-Star Faculty game
which they sponsored on March 22
left everyone breathless and amused.
Ofhcers are President C. Slaybaugh
and Vice-President W. Townsend.
Coach Jackman is adviser.
A smart green sweater, accented
with white trim and bearing the nick-
name of the owner, designates a
member of SPORTS CLUB, the exec-
utive body of the Girls' Athletic
Association. To stimulate better games
they sold candy and soda to the girls
participating in the sports. In the
winter they helped the boys in issuing
basketball programs. The president is
Grace Barbieri and secretary, Nancy
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The 1956 VARSITY BASKETBALL team earned
one of the finest records of any in Ardsley's history. Placing
second in the Western Westchester League, they achieved
fourteen wins and only two losses. Ken McComb was
chosen the most valuable player and an All-Star member,
David Mooney as the most improved player, and Chet
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Koors, Manager, Coach M. Jackman. W. LeCount, Manager,
Hahn, D. Mooney, P. Cimino. Back: C. Slaybaugh, McPartland,
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Team! Team! " This was only one
of the lively cheers of this ener-
getic group that comprised the
CHEERLEADERS. In victory or
defeat the squad kept the morale
of the team and their supporters
high as the Cheerleaders, dressed
in gold blouses, Haunted their
buoyant blue skirts-a colorful per-
formance at any game. Captain is
E. Mulvey and Co-Captain, C.
Sandra Ward, Dolores Ankhelen,' Carol
McKeough, Nancy Noschese, Gloria
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Catherine Santore, Dorothy Anglin,
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Feb. 3 Dobbs Ferry 45-68
Feb. 7 Elmsford 75-49
Feb. 10 Croton 48-46
Feb. 17 Hendrick Hudson 67-48
Feb. 21 Irvington 62-37
Feb. 24 Dobbs Ferry 50-60
Mar. 6 Pine Plains 51-50
Mar. 9 Red Hook 59-63
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-Front: W. Boulton, A. DeRocha, '
Mr. E. Einhorn, Coach, I. Berlind, P. Karcher. Back: B. Smith, Manager,
J. Hines, K. Waldemar, K. Yocis, A. Pasquale, W. Klores, A. Sansever-
ino, R. Mooney, L. Egy, Captain.
Hail to the champions of the Junior League in basket- Cood team spirit and the expert guidance of Mr. Felter
ball, who made the magnificent record of fourteen Wins were the sparks that ignited the successful IUNIOR
and onl two losses! With the hel of Mr. Einhorn, the VARSITY BASEBALL team. Almost ever clear, spring
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coach, the JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL team afternoon the team would practice at Woodlands Park,
Worked toward the goal of gaining experience and Where they gained the skills of "America's favorite sport."
training necessary for members of the Varsity team. L. Mr. C. Felter is coach, and Wayne Bolten is captain.
Egy is captain, C. Koors and B. Smith are managers.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL-Front: I. Westervelt, H. Weinman,
J. Beninati, I. Evans, R. Sankey, G. Whaley. Back: Mr. C. Felter, coach
K K. Yocis, W. Whelan, W. Anderson, J. Munsell, D. Clarke, W. Boulton,
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Baseball Show of Shows
A cry of victory resounded across the Held as a member of Ardsley's
VARSITY BASEBALL team, dressed in one of the, striking new
uniforms, slammed a homerun. On April 20 a thrilling game at
Childrenls Village began the 1956 season. Although a suitable Held
wasn't available for practice, high spirit and good sportsmanship pre-
vailed at all times. Mr. Jackman is coach.
D. McComb, bat-boy, Coach M. Jackman, F. Arone
G. Koors, C. Slaybaugh, P. Karcher
D. Mooney, K. McComb, R. Mooney
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Members of the TRACK team, dressed in their new, blue and
gold uniforms, are proud to represent their school. During their
six meets with other schools, they competed in the shot put, dash,
and other Held events. Mr. T. Figlia is coach.
TRACK-Top: G. Whaley, C. Lehmkuhl,
Mr. T. Figlia, coach, K. Waldemar, Mr.
Hesse, A. Izzola, C. Fon. Center: A. Kalmy-
kow, L. Egy, B. Smith, W. Townsend, W.
Klores, I. Galligan, I. Berlind, B. McKeough.
Bottom: A. Harais, M. Schultz, R. Lantry, I.
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At almost any time of the school day, as well as
after school and on week-ends, some group in the
Ardsley Public School System is being introduced to
OUTDOOR EDUCATION ACTIVITIES AND
SCHOOL CAMPING. Under the direction of the su-
pervising principal, Mr. Arthur W. Silliman, a pioneer
in this field, "life in the rough" is experienced as a co-
The primary step is the nature walk in kinder-
garten. The energetic seventh graders conquer Mt. Grey-
lock, while historically-minded eighth graders make
their annual pilgrimage to Valley Forge. The Outdoor
Club, founded in 1936, prevails from that time on.
High school students go on long journeys to the Blue
Ridge and the Catskill Mountains.
Trips to Virginia always include a visit to the Hope-
vifell Village and Washington's Crossing. Ardsley stu-
dents are welcome to spend the night in the hand-hewn
peg-framed barn at the Old Tall Gate Farm owned by
Mr. john Teller, an alumnus.
Education with an adventure challenge does much
more than train students in good camping skills. It pro-
vides experience in human relations and adjustment to
group decisions and cooperative living.
Under the eternal surveillance of the bordering
mountains, a narrow peninsula, called Croton Point,
projects into the Hudson River. Through the coopera-
tion of the Westchester County Recreation Commission,
Ardsley biology students annually trek to Camp Sena-
squa on this site, and there they anticipate the adventure
of the snipe hunt and the appearance of the Croton
creeper from behind their piles of sleeping bags and
Supervised by Assistant Principal Charles W. Hor-
end, a program of studies in botany and geology has
more meaning and is better implemented here than in
a classroom with books. To many, the new experience
of living in cabins, while they participate in food prep-
aration and house-keeping duties, is combined with the
well-practiced art of slapping mosquitoes and the hilar-
ity of being initiated into the White Elephant Club.
Originally a demonstration project in the Second
Supervisory District, BIOLOGY CAMP, with the full
support of the office of the district superintendent and
the heads of appropriate bureaus of the State Education
Department, has proved to be a sound educational pro-
cedure. The 1955-56 program was the sixth year of high
school camp projects in Ardsley.
MOUNTAINTOP CLUB Uunior Outdoor ClubD--Principal A. W. Silliman,
adviser, C. Ramin, E. Aim, R. Ellis, K. Hassell, B. Cook, B. Zenck, D. Clarke,
A. Izzola, P. Gatti, I. Anthony, N. Hoy, L. Hall.
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The crackle of the Hre slowly dwindled, a
bobcat screeched, and the stars tvvinkled in a
darkened sky as sleepy members of the OUT-
DOOR CLUB dreamed about the day's adven-
tures. During their trips to the Blue Ridge Moun-
tains, Valley Forge, and the Catskill State Park,
they learned about outdoor education by planning
the routes, building camp sites, and sharing work
details and meals. President is F. Aroneg vice-presi-
dent, C. Koorsg secretary-treasurer, B. Smith. Prin-
cipal A. W. Silliman and Mr. T. Figlia are advisers.
OUTDOOR CLUB-Left: F. Arone, D. Mooney, I. Osterberg, G. Koors.
Right: I. Berlind, A. Harais, J. McParr1and, B. Smith, L. Egy, Mr. T. Figlia,
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Seated: G. Whaley. Front: N. Coldner, I. Riccio,
C. Nash, 1. Liverani, I. Freeman, D. Scola. Back:
R. Matthews, D. Riva, R. Zegray, D. McDonough,
A. Izzolo, Mr. E. Einhorn.
Front: DeRocha, A. LeDuc, C. Cuddeback, M.
Hinnen. Back: Mr. E. Einhorn, C. Hughes, T.
Fatigate, S. Klores, L. Dombek, A. Liverzani, N.
Marshall, N. Hunt.
Front: L. Stanaway, G. Norton, A. Kovacik, R.
Raicht, I. Tino, S. VanLeer, M. Mondelli. Back:
C. Gruessing, S. Pardy, W. Wetterauer, Mr. E.
Einhorn, P. Grutzner, L. Sturm.
Mn. Evlsmsrr EINHORN, Teacher-While walking
down the aisle on graduation night, we thought of
this wonderful year. To GRADE SE, October meant
one thing-our educational adventure at Croton
Camp. Weekly class meetings taught us the value
of organization, and roller skating parties provided
us with an enjoyable social activity. Class officers
are Pres. Riccii, Vice-Pres. A. Izzulo, Sec. M.
Mondelli, Treas. N. Hunt. Class mothers are Mrs.
VanLeer and Mrs. Mondelli.
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Mr. Harlan A. Thomas
of the Upper Grades
0 our daily lqfe. .
MR. HARLAN A. THOMAS, Teacher-"Albany! The
state Capitol! We were there!" Anyone in GRADE
8T could boast about the privilege. While there, we
visited the legislature as it was in session and the
famous state museum. Of course, that event plus
our square dances were only two of the activities
that preceded the climax of our grade school ex-
perience-graduation. Class officers are Pres. P.
McDonough, Vice-Pres. K. Hassell, Sec. D. Mc-
Comb, Treas. C. Wolk. Class mothers are Mrs. C.
Nugent and Mrs. C. Wolk.
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Seated: S. Kreymborg, K. Hassell, N. Hoy, C.
O'Connor. Standing: R. Massaro, Mr. H. Thomas,
L. Kane, I. Kuhlmann, S. Patton, C. Ramin, P.
Jaeger, L. Hughes, P. Rose.
Seated: E. Aim, L. Hall, C. Calgay. Standing:
B. Cook, D. Clarke, R. Ellis, Anthony, L. Drucker,
M. Fagan, R. Harten, P. Catti, J. Goldman, D.
Seated: I. Saunders, S. Walther, P. McDonough
Standing: B. Meade, S. Suthergreen, Mr. H
Thomas, C. Wolk, D. Nugent, V. Rosler, D. Mc-
Comb, B. Zinck, W. Stillman, W. Shaughnessy
Absent: P. Chalmers. '
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MR. THOMAS FIGLIA, Teacher-In connection
with our studies of New York, GRADE 7F
fashioned relief maps of papier mache. We
became acquainted with the celebrities of this
great state by Writing and illustrating their
biographies. For a science project we con-
structed a volcano which actually erupted.
Our trips to Valley Forge and Mt. Creylock
gave us the privilege of experiencing the won-
ders of outdoor life. Class mothers are Mrs.
M. Bitting and Mrs. M. Muller.
Mr. Thomas I. Figlia
Cortland State Teachers'
Front: M. Stahl, W. Geer, P. Carlson, F. Purcell,
R. Colten. Second Row: Mr. Figlia, E. Brady, C.
Harkewitz, C. Bitting, C. DeRosa, J. Purdy.
Seated: Mr. T. Figlia. Standing: W. Dulce, P
Muller, K. Morrison, C. Cogins, R. Liverzani, A
deTarnovvsky, D. Hines, R. Bell, K. McGlynn
Absent: R. Wedekind.
Front: R. Massaro, E. Moore, T. Gardiner, R. Li-
posky, D. Schaefer. Second Row: L. Vieiro, K
Moore, E. Brookings, Mullahy, I. Casadone.
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Front: l. Osterberg, l. Galgay, K. Eckelman. Second
Row: C. Baldauf, G. Lundberg, W. Papovitch, D.
Kight, M. Krauss, Mrs. B. lunge, P. Waite, D.
Seated: l. Harten, G. Redmond, Mrs. B. lunge.
Standing: A. lacob, W. Delagi, l. Stern, B. Edel-
stein, G. lenter, Prestholdt, G. Hurst. Absent:
S. Smith, N. Wild.
Seated: C. Murtough, S. Geyer, l. Esposito. Stand-
ing: H. Bernstein, G. Townsend, Adams, T.
Miller, G. Nolander, Mrs. B. lunge, l. Cauvet, B.
Neubauer, G. Winston.
. . . our adventures. . .
MRs. BARBARA lUNGE, Teacher-GRADE
7lls New York State travel agency display
illustrated our instruction in social studies.
The colorful "Santa's Workshop" was our
next project. Staging A'Which Witch ls
Which" and "Inside a Kid's Headl' revealed
that we were a dramatically-minded group.
In arithmetic We enjoyed plotting our progress
in spelling by means of line graphs. Our trip
with Mr. Silliman to Albany, New York, was
the highlight of our wonderful year. Class
officers are Pres. Stern, Vice-Pres. W. Papo-
vitch, Sec. Osterberg, Treas. Prestholdt.
Class mothers are Mrs. Esposito and Mrs.
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Miss MAIKGARET A. WESP, Teacher-A roller skat-
ing party at Mt. Vernon started CBADE 7W OE
actively. A trip to Albany illustrated the importance
of the Empire State. While studying New York, We
painted a mural of f'Rip Van Winkle.'N Our Hallow-
c'en skit, "Three Good Chostsf, earned first prize
in the contest. Class officers are Pres. Montaruli,
Vice-Pres. Stagliano, Sec.-Treas. Speicher.
Class mothers are Mrs. Beynaud and Mrs. McGov-
Seated: Miss M. A. Wesp. Standing: B. Guck, C.
Smith, S. Smiton, J. DeSimone, A. Brumberg, D.
Kolster, E. Haraismowich, S. Parachini, D. Tida-
back, A. Paino, I. Olbert.
Front: J. Stagliano, N. Lapitino, S. Istvan, C. Gatti,
J. Montaruli. Second Row: Miss M. A. Wesp, S.
Pasquini, A. Monaro, J. Speicher, I. Fon.
Front: F. Bramble, R. Bennett. Second Row: E.
Hanrahan, E. McGovern, Miss M. A. Wesp, S.
Ullman, I. Reynaud, V. Bechtolcl, G. Wehmeyer,
C. Freed, M. Scheinman, M. Ozern.
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ing: P. Sanseverino, L. Adams, D. Knapp, N. Stien,
Mr. E. Parlo, D. Mackenzie, B. Anthony, T. Wit-
ham, S. Witham, E. Korbin. Absent: Mrs. Duke.
the production 0
Mas. ALICE FRISCHMANN and MRS. RUTH DUKE, Teachers-
Every morning GRADE 6F began the day with a silent
prayer and a salute to the flag. For excellent conduct, we
were rewarded by a trip with Mr. Silliman. In March we
formed a color guard. Pres. S. Marlin, Vice-Pres. D. Horbal,
Sec. C. Crisi, Treas. F. Holser, Class mothers' are Mrs. W.
Wallitt and Mrs. W. Weinberger.
Our thrilling adventures in geography and history
took GRADE 6D through the continents
and Africa. Class spirit was high in the
tween gym classes. Our officers are Pres.
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Oswego Normal School
Front: M. Hoy, A. Bennett, L. Britt. Second Row:
F. Dombek, S. Martin, D.'Andrews, Mrs. Frisch-
mann, G. Hellthaler, I. Dowe, L. Larsen, T. Lof-
mothers are Mrs. M. Knapp and Mrs. A..
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Seated: Mr. E. Parlo. Front: G. Laudato, R. Cook
Back: P. Osterberg, W. Love, K. Cassens, S. Wit
ham, A. Inversin, D. Goodman, J. Smith, C. Jenter
M. Bums. Absent: B. Insky, T. Pancoast, Mrs
of Europe, Asia,
R. Cook, Vice-
L. Adams. Class
Laudato. Grade 6
College of New Rochelle
Front: F. Holser, C. Wallitt, D. Schafer. Standing:
A. Ciafalo, R. Clute, D. Rooney, G. Crisi, K. Yocis,
S. Young, J. Sankey, W. Izzolo. Absent? D. Horbal,
C. Weinberger, A. Sheldon.
Mrs. Alice Frischmann
Mrs. Kathryn C. Reed
MRS. KATHRYN C. REED, Teacher-Our weekly cur-
rent event sessions in GRADE 6R kept us in con-
tact with the changing times. At our Christmas
party we followed the actions of the Magi hy ex-
changing gifts. Our trip to New York City was a
huge success. The main project this year was the
construction of an immense mural, picturing life in
Africa. Officers are Pres. R. Reilly, Vice-Pres.
Brengel, Sec. P. Koors, Treas. L. Wirz. Class
mothers are Mrs. E. Brown and Mrs. R. Burke.
Seated: F. Marron, M. Lehmkuhl. Standing: C.
Gruessing, I. Tino, C. Nanna, R. Reilly, Mrs. Reed,
A. Hellthaler, E. Brown, C. Salerno.
Seated: H. Unger, Mrs. Reed. Standing: P. Koors,
T. Burke, P. Schappach, M. Speicher, V. Walde-
mar, J. Brengel, M. Scaperotta.
T. Waldeier, P. Kazan, Mrs. Reed, I. Pascone, L.
Wirz, G. Taranto, P. Bell, M. Norton. Absent:
R. Gannon, L. Perrotta, J. Perrotta.
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MRS. HELENA SNYDER, Teacher-In tracing the
"cradles of civilization," individuals made research
reports in GRADE 6S while picturesque stories,
maps, and paintings illustrated the work. In the
study of ancient Creece and then Asia, group pic-
tures showed the occupations and cities of that era.
In june we completed our year with a memorable
trip to New York City. Class ofhcers are Pres. R.
Morris, Vice-Pres. M. Whaley, Sec.-Treas. R. Cal-
gay. Class mothers are Mrs. R. Morris and Mrs. S.
Seated: R. Patton, P. Mestern. Standing: P. Burger,
R. Nichols, M. Whaley, E. Shultz, Mrs. Snyder,
I. Fraguela, R. Pestone, S. Shiller, C. Redmond.
Seated: P. Sarasohn, R. Stroh, I. Jenkins. Second
Row: L. Marpet, A. Terrington, R. Calgay, A.
Marks, R. Morris, Mrs. Snyder, N. Milton, P.
Seated: S. Mattson. Second Row: I. Walther, K.
Sullivan, D. Egy, C. VanDorn, S. Iohnson, N.
OlLeary, H. Ardanowski. Third Row: Mrs. Snyder,
G. Seberg, I. Suthergreen.
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Seated: R. Watson, I. Strand, L. Sterner, C. Rayburn,
I. Dunn, S. Whitney. Standing: L. Riva, I. Nugent,
Mr. A. Dycke, C. Meuser, M. Flanigan, F. Cartwright.
Front: H. Mathews, W. Moore, M. Tidaback, L. Hoff- Mrs. Catherine Felter
man, D. Clarke. Second Row: A. Sanseverino, W. Grade 5
Sommer, Mr. A. Dycke, R. Cook, L. Viola, B. Bellin, M.A.
A. Mayersohn. Bucknell University
Mr. Arthur E. Dycke Miss Ethel M. Tryon
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BA, Potsdam State
Hunter Cgllege Teachers' College
. . the wide World
Mn. ARTHUR DYCKE, MRS. CATHERINE FELTER and
MISS ETHEL TRYON, Teachers:-Because GRADE
SD won the P.T.A. class count award twice, we
were able to stock our aquarium. After school we
had instrumental lessons. Pres. D. Clarke, Vice-
Pres. A. Sanseverino, Sec. W. Moore, Treas. L.
Hoffman. Class mothers: Mrs. H. Mathews and
GRADE ST in their colonial unit made
candles, drew stockades, and visited the Museum
Village at Monroe. Pres. C. Andrews, Vice-Pres. I
Casadone, Sec. E. Crandolfi, Treas. C. Kalmykow.
Class mothers: Mrs. L. Freedman and Mrs. F. An
Bottom Left-Seated: E. McCormack, D. Lapitino,
E. Grandolii, G. A. Paino. Second Row: P. Gucken-
biehl, I. Casadone, D. Murau, C. Andrews, W.
Doughty, C. Kalmykow, A. Fatigate, M. Creagan,
B. Duke, Mrs. Felter. Absent: Miss Tryon.
Bottom Right-Seuted: D. Bliss, S. Rinaldi. Second
Row: L. Freedman, S. Brinson, P. Guck, M. Bailey,
B. Atalese, M. Kilstrom, E. Copeland, R. Mackenzie,
C. Hinnen. Third Row: Mrs. Felter, C. Geer, R.
Denike, I. Glaberson. Absent:Miss Tryon.
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University Of Wheaton College
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MRS. RUTH WESSELS and Miss ELLEN WHITMAN,
Teachers-At the planetarium, GRADE SWE
learned about the formations of stars. ln our cos-
tumed play, "A Guide for George Washington,"
we danced the minuet. Pres. Hicky, Vice-Pres. D.
Inversin, Sec. H. Marcus. Class mothers are Mrs.
Marcus and Mrs. Edelstein.
In our GRADE SWH science class we made
carbon dioxide and studied praying mantises and a
milk snake. Pres. M. Schwartz, Vice-Pres. C. Kazan,
Sec. D. Nardecchia. Class mothers are Mrs. Ar-
danowski and Mrs. Geyer.
Bottom Left-Front: L. Rosler, B. Bowman, G.
Green, E. Leach, C. A. Kent, C. Kazan. Second
Row: G. Istvan, I. Feurer, D. Nardecchia, L. Robin-
son, D. Decker, B. McDonough, A. Ardanowski,
Bottom Right-Front: R. deVreis, M. Slack, Kane.
Second Row: E. Mayersohn, P. Stein, D. Geyer,
W. Istvan, Miss Whitman, M. Schwartz, E.
Gardiner. Absent: M. Watson.
Seated: I. Marshall, P. Johann, Esposito, S. Anthony
I. Hicky, K. Beall. Standing: C. Edgar, D. Inversin, R
Prestholdt, L. MacLoon, Mrs. Wessels, M. Graham
Absent: N. Oliver, H. Marcus.
Seated: C. Bernstein, R. Carlyle, J. Edelstein, L. Hud-
son, Kipp, S. Einhom. Standing: S. Chalmers, M. E.
Saunders, C. Kolb, Mrs. Wessels, A. Meislin, I. Lieber-
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Grade 4 Grade 4 2
New Paltz State B.A. if
Teachers' College Hunter College
Front: R. Cabot, G. Murrow, K. Burns, M. Pappas,
A. Ianson, L. Goldman, B. Munkelt. Second Row:
R. Casey, I. Wasburn, K. Doscher, D. Dyer, E.
Nilson, J. Wolk, S. Daschinger, Miss H. S. Ed-
wards, K. Begelman.
Front: D. Solomon, A. Groth, R. Moriarity, I.
McCauley, A. Johnson. Second Row: B. Guillan,
R. Wild, J. Pardy, A. Tennenbaum, A. Tallcott,
Mrs. Hill, A. Levy, S. McMurtrie, E. Sonnenberg,
Front: C. L. Hazelton, C. Hurst, M. Weggenman,
N. Jacobs, D. Saitta, S. Kenner. Second Row: R.
Clarke, Miss H. S. Edwards, N. Ferrier, R. Weiss,
N. Nusbaum, E. Ozern, D. Ciofalo, D. Hanis, R.
Scotti. Absent: R. Dickerman.
. . exploration!
Mrss HARRIETT S. EDWARDS and MRS. VIVIAN L.
HILL, Teachers-GRADE 4E proved its motto,
"Helpfulness to others," by folding napkins in the
lunchroom. In assembly we gave the operetta, "Peer
Cyntf' Pres. R. Dickerman, Vice-Pres. E. Nilsen,
Attendance Chief R. Casey, Treas. N. Iacobs. Class
mothers: Mrs. W. Ferrier and Mrs. W. Nusbaum.
To clarify study of the United States
GRADE 4H compiled scrapbooks of the states. In
science we learned classifications in nature. Pres. R.
Moriarity, Vice-Pres. E. Sonnenburg, Sec. C. Dwor-
kind. .Class mothers: Mrs. C. Soloman and Mrs. W.
K. Pascone, R. Wedekind, C. Schafer, A. Kanning,
C. Fernandez, R. Bailey, A. Abramowitz, Mrs. Hill,
G. Purdey, J. Mache, C. Boardman, M. Pachter,
G. Dworkind, N. Roberts, M. Wetterauer. Absent:
D. Glassman, M. Morano, P. Riegert.
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Seated: S. Engelkirk, C. A. Bates, N. Galetta, R.
Levy, A. Munck, E. Thorpe. Standing: M. Tan-
credi, M. Kashcky, Mrs. M. Reuter, I. Purdy, C.
Fon, B. Mathieson, C. Crisi, A. Goldfeder, A.
and news rcoops. .
Mus. MARGARET Y. REUTER and Mrss LORETTA
VTORRIERI, Teachers-The English project in
CRADE 4R was a newspaper which we edited and
published. While investigating foreign customs, We
learned how others live. Pres. B. Mathieson, Vice-
Pres. A. Olbert, Sec. N. Caletta, Treas. D. Benzen-
berg. Class mothers: Mrs. A. Muller, Mrs. R.
Various hobbies were displayed in a corner
of CRADE 4T reserved for this purpose. For
Christmas gifts we made coasters from gay con-
fetti paper. Pres. D. Olden, Vice-Pres. A. Ewald,
Sec. R. VanLeer, Treas. D. McClynn. Class
mothers are Mrs. B. Harris and Mrs. C. Kafalas.
Front: T. Hall, D. Mulholland, R. VanLeer, J.
Burger, D. Olden, M. Pestone, E. Naviski, L.
Simmons. Second Row: E. Singer, R. Donoghue, A.
Mattson, A. Ewald, F. Lipton, M. Ellis, Miss L.
Torrieri, E. Marks, D. McClynn.
Mrs. Margaret Y. Reuter lvliss Loretta Torrieri
Grade 4 Grade 4
Philadelphia Normal B.A.
School New Paltz State
New York University Teachers' College
Seated: W. Ullman, A. Muller, E. Trutt, K. Olson,
S. DeNicola, L. Zito. Standing: I. Tortora, W.
Britt, Mrs. M. Reuter, D. Benzenberg, N. Leach,
D. Patterson, C. Roberts. Absent: S. Seitz, S
Front: C. King, C. Kafalas, K. Sage, L. Harris, H
Whitney, C. Hirschber. Second Row: S. Diamond
Miss L. Torrieri, B. letter, T. D'Auria, C. VVimazal
D. Cook, F. White, M. Sullivan. Absent. M. Bitting
R. Cockburn, M. Riviezzo, L. Frowd, Mrs. Alshin, Front: B. Mestern, K. DeTarnowsky, I. Schwarz,
D. Henwood, P. Purcell, C. Utts, R. Whelan, R. R. Walther, V. Gedris. Second Row: E. Anthony,
Fraguela, Tortora, M. Vieiro. Absent: K. Hendee. C. Mackenzie, K. Davis, A. Park, J. Cerrone, K.
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Front: R. Morrison, R. Evans, P. Felter, H. Archi-
tetto. Second Row: S. Kappy, W. Wallitt, K. Olson,
Mrs. Moran, B. DeFeo, R. Henderson, A. Morano,
F. Gardiner. Absent: R. Fisher.
Worden, Mrs. Alshin, T. Sullivan, M. Rubin.
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MRS. DOROTHY ALSHIN and MRS. BARBARA MORAN, Teach-
ers-In GRADE 3A we studied soil conservation and its
formations. We also enjoyed our library work. Officers are
Pres. K. Hendee, Vice-Pres. M. Rubin, Sec. C. Mackenzie.
Class mothers are Mrs. T. Sullivan, Mrs. P. Schwartz.
In our study of the community, GRADE SM made
models of a "Little Town," and for current events we re-
ported on the news. Officers are Pres. Chase, Vice-Pres. S.
Rabinowitz, Sec. Johnson. Class mothers are Mrs. L. Mor-
rison, Mrs. R. Lotus.
Mrs. Barbara Moran
Front: T. Seitz, M. Bailey, M. Hines, I. Stanaway,
S. Whitehead, P. Kuoni. Second Row: Mrs. Moran,
I. Chase, C. Calhoun, V. Roberts, M. Kanning,
T. Dourmashkin, D. Lotus, S. Rabinowitz, L.
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Bersonnet H. acobs III, R. Batten, E. Dela i. Rose. Second Row: J. Potter, W. Bell, J. McQueen,
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Back: L, Fagan, M, Kohler, E, Togcani, R, Lind- S. Ramm, Miss R. Hurlbut, M. Perfield, S. Yarmov-
heck K. Cinter P. Fitz erald, Miss R. Hurlhut, sky, P. Saunders, C. Codoy. Back: S. Bellm, I.
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Miss RUTH HURLBUT and Miss HELEN A. TOOMEY,
Teachers-Last spring GRADE SH enjoyed a tulip garden
which we planted outside the windows. In geography we
studied a farm and displayed it on the sand table. Pres. R.
Kuhlmann, Vice-Pres. P. Saunders, Sec. E. Toscani, Treas.
S. Yarmovski. Class mothers: Mrs. R. Bell and Mrs. W.
This year the class ofhcers in GRADE BT had the
privilege of visiting the United Nations Building. Our pets,
a parakeet named "Pretty Bird" and two gold Hsh, fascinated
us. Pres. L. Hill, Sec. R. Tangney, Treas. Leeper. Class
Grade 3 mothers: Mrs. Decker and Mrs. Berkowitz.
Front: E. Barkan, M. Ridings, D. Waite, C.
Manning, D. Decker. Second Row: C. Anderson,
A. Sharpe, M. Adams, M. Negri, R. Tangney, S.
Lindbeck, S. Hesse, Miss H. Toomey, T. Love.
Absent: J. Doscher, I. Berkowitz.
Miss Helen A. Toomey
Front: K. Torkelsen, W. Haimsohn. Seated: Miss
H. Toomey, R. Laudato, C. Grell, I. Thomas, I.
Maxwell, T. Connick. Standing: I. Leeper, S.
Loren, S. Turner, P. Moriarity, I. Kerbel, L. Hill.
Front: N. Mitsos, G. Ehrens, A. Hughes, S. Agnano,
E. Kirkpatrick, S. Washko. Second Row: A. Stag,-
liano, R. Denike, M. Riccio, Mrs. Ruotolo, A.
Doughty, Scallero. Absent: F. Morano.
Front: M. Philips, D. Kurtz, L. Stroh, C. Galay.
Second Row: B. Grutzner, Mrs. Speilberger, A.
Schlitt, R. Carucci, S. McDonough, I. Warawashon,
I. Culver. Absent: A. Newman.
Front: Istvan, S. Fatigate, C. Spano. Second Row
D. Niciu, R. McCauley, L. Boccumini, M. Muir.
Third Row: Mrs. Ruotolo, N. Decker, D. Mondelli,
B. Delmerico, J.. Krauss, D. Harman. Absent: D
Holscher, R. Johnson.
Seated: Weissenberger, C. Williams, D. Mellon,
L. Liman, L. Cassano, R. Liu. Standing: B. Mc-
Ginnes, D. Hassell, R. Wehe, Liposky, R. Cole-
man, C. Walker, Mrs. Speilberger.
. . . careers ahead
Mas. JANICE RUOTOLO and MRS. FAY SPEILBERGER,
Teachers-Because GRADE SR is very fond of ani-
mals and birds, Richard McCauley made a bird
feeder which We placed outside the Window. Every-
one had a class duty to keep the room in order. Pres.
E. Ehrens and R. Iohnson, Vice-Pres. S. Fatigate
and M. Muir, Sec. S. Agnano and N. Decker. Class
mothers: Mrs. Niciu and Mrs. Denike.
The science corner in GRADE 3S contained
a beehive, a bird's nest, and other unique objects.
In February our much-admired bulletin board dec-
orated the ball. Pres. M. Philips, Vice-Pres. M. A.
Bassett, Sec. C. Calgay. Class mothers: Mrs. Schlitt
and Mrs. Weissenberger.
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Mrs. Janice Ruotolo
Grade 3 Grade 3
Hunter College Hunter College
R. Aim, S. Rubicco, B. Collins, Miss R. Klein, B.
Iohnsbury, A. Tino, M. A. Emerson, Absent: G.
DePaolo, I. R. Holmes.
J. Clarke, Mrs. E. Farnham, M. L. Rusoif, G.
Stein, D. Gedris, P. Godoy, E. Buergers, M. Wer-
ner, K. LaMarsh. Absent: T. Vincent, L. Quinlan.
Rain or shine. .
Miss ROSALYN KLEIN and MRS. ETHEL FARN'
HAM, Teachers-In CORE this year we studied
about food, clothing, shelter, recreation, health and
the community helpers who protect us. Correlated
with our social studies program were our basic
skills of reading and arithmetic.
What a busy year this has been with our
GRADE 2F clubs, our play, "Santa Visits Mother
Goosef' and our visits to the Yonkers Museum,
Woodlands Park, and the Bronx Zoo. Class mothers
are Mrs. B. Stein and Mrs. N. Felton.
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Core Grade 2
B.S. Plattsburgh State
Buffalo State Teachers' College
E. Miller, L. Stien, C. Beckman, C. Gawman, J.
Leach, P. Taxter, S. Orvis, Felton, Mrs. E.
Front: E. Donoghue, R. Kent, P. Krauss, H. Mar-
cus, Mrs. E. Farnham. Second Row: S. Squires, G.
Green, L. Kluge, P. Kramer.
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Grade 2 Grade 2
Brockport State Oueens College
Front: I. A. Hutchinson, Gross, B. Mullahy, K.
Weiner. Second Row: C. Hickey, Mrs. Adams, R.
Nusbaum, G. Ehmann, D. Einstein, V. Matthews,
M. Jaffe, R. Harris, I. Dachinger.
Front: A. Winslow, A. Johnson, I. Johnson, K.
Tino, I. McGovern. Second Row: I. Zach, R. Hunt,
K. Lofgren, C. Kamens, A. Ginsbern, K. Hunt, Mrs.
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Seated: N. Connick, A. Meislin, K. Reynolds, S.
Ross, S. McLean, R. Kaufman, B. Rayburn, R.
Ienter, Dyer, P. Janson. Standing: M. Luther, W.
Keating, L. Zimkin, Mrs. Adams, S. Rohrauer.
. . ill? time for fun
MRS. RUTH ADAMS and Mas. MYRA KLAHR, Teach-
ers-In connection with our study of Indians
GRADE ZA built a large teepee, which was used in
the presentation of our play, "Columbus at the
Court." Later, we painted a mural of "The Littlest
Snofwman's Christmas Gift." OH-icers are Pres. R.
Nusbaum, Vice-Pres. W. Keating, Sec. R. Kauf-
man, Treas. D. Einstein. Class mothers are Mrs.
Matthews and Mrs. Hutchinson.
One morning while studying nutrition,
GRADE 2K cooked breakfast in school. At Christ-
'mas we painted and shellacked papier mache vases
and stenciled unbleached muslin scarves. Class
mothers are Mrs. H. Burpee and Mrs. W. Wein-
R. Raicht, M. Regina, R. Gannon, M. Pascone, Mrs.
M. Klahr, V. Brown, L. Munck, K. Foss, H. Bass,
A. Edgar. Al1sent:A. Thorpe, K. Burpee, L. Wein-
C. Glassman, J. Browning, C. Martin, B. Bringman,
S. Gerstman, I. Slack, E. Bitting, P. Allen, S.
Flanders, P. Lingg, Mrs. Paccone, R. Monaro, A.
FitzGerald. Absent: G. Hurlbut.
MRS. JOAN PACCONE and MRS. MARGARET PURDY,
Teachers-In October GRADE ZPA had speech
lessons on the subject of Columbus. Then we pro-
duced the play, i'Snowman Gets a Valentine." In
our study of Eskimos we built igloos from marsh-
mallows. Class mothers are Mrs. Browning and
Mrs. S. Glassman.
GRADE ZPU celebrated Thanksgiving by
decorating the windows with scenes of the Pilgrims
in church. In February we produced a play narrat-
ing the birth of George Washington. Class officers
are Pres. E. Robin, Vice-Pres. V. Quattrocchi, Sec.
S. Mullen, Treas. K. Holloway. Class mothers are
Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. F. Geiffert.
Front: T. Galetta, C. Wilson, G. Feurer, R. Mai-
orana, P. Scheller, S. O'Dowd. Second Row: L.
Guckenbiehl, K. Holloway, A. Nanna, J. A. Jayne,
C. Curtis, V. Quattrocchi, Mrs. Purdy, J. DePaolo.
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Front: I. Blumenfeld, P. Rossi, C. Utts, W. Pagani,
F. Suthergreen, I. Sommer, C. Moriarty. Second
Row: F. johnson, P. Frank, L. S. Shelton, P. Kuhl-
mann, C. Ramin, Mrs. Paccone, C. Beilharz.
Front: S. Mullen, J. Trohman, D. Greagan, E.
Robin, A. M. Dombek, A. Forbes. Second Row:
Mrs. Purdy, D. Filomena, M. Zuckerman, I. Dolan,
P. Petretti, L. Liverani, I. A. Giroux.
Seated: C. McQueen, M. Iosephy, W. Flatley, I.
Kanning, S. Wilensky, L. Pachter. Standing: Mrs.
B. Coat, R. Sinzheimer, E. Trow, S. Stockton, D.
Slote, I. MacWhirter, M. Winslow, L. Lapiana,
Gardner, B. Marks.
Seated: M. Brady, R. Kafalas, K. Hirschberg, A
Davidoff, I. Sarasohn. Standing: T. Foss, G. Sim-
mons, L. Glaser, K. Arezzo, D. Goldner, D. Horo-
witz, G. Smiton, J. Mitchell, Mrs. B. Coat. Absent.
I. Anglin, M. Pierce.
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MRS. BARBARA COAT and MRS. RUTH WILBER, Teachers-
Our literary work in GRADE 1C was enlivened by poetry
reading and story telling. The village of Ardsley was our
next project, and we constructed a model of it out of card-
board. Pres. S. Stockton, Vice-Pres. S. Wilensky. Class
mothers: Mrs. Marks and Mrs. Simmons.
A GRADE IW read many stories, which we later illus-
i Presy. P. Frank, Sec. C. Benzenberg, Treas. C. Muir., Class
Front: P. Frank, S. Phillips, W. Miller, K. Allen
Second Row: D. Scaperrotta, B. Wild, I. Kashchy,
V. Dcsanti, B. Worden. Third Row: Mrs. R. Wil
ber, C. Benzenberg, R. Squires, V. Taxter, G. Hen
dee, S. Blunda, W. Leo.
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Front: M. McGlynn, S. Bates, C. Muir, M. Washko
J. King, K. Mattson. Second Row: B. Pasquini, I
Dunn, S. Malamud, Mrs. R. Wilber, S. Boniello, T
Sullivan, B. Rubin, T. Rohan. Absent: W. Nan-
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Mrs. Louise K. Hatfield
University of California
Front: B. Dourmashkin, M. Freed, P. Baker. Second
Row: J. Mullen, E. Wedekind, P. Mache, M.
Roddy, M. Chase, Mrs. L. Hatfield. Absent: I. Tall-
cott, M. Delmerico, A. Forrest, I. Geraghty, T. Tit-
R. Holser, W. Weiss, S. Dualsky, P. McGrath, A.
Roberts, L. Beeson, J. McMurtrie, R. Grant, B.
Macri, G. Plemmons, D. McCartney.
Front: E. Hovey, F. Krauss, S. Weinberger. Second
Row: G. Filomena, D. Hulseaple, F. Corbin, C.
Mellon, C. Michaelides, I. Caporale, Mrs. L. K.
. . . ofprogmms. . .
Mus. LOUISE K. I-IATFIELD, Teacher-Instead of
class officers for GRADE IH, we found it better to
have a new leader chosen alphabetically every day,
the leader then selected a helper. In our play,
"Thanksgiving Night," we related how unwise it
is to eat too much turkey dinner. At I-Iallowe'en we
had a costume party at which some of us were so
well disguised that no one recognized us. Class
mothers are Mrs. Tallcott and Mrs. R. Dualsky.
Front: I. Nomer, E. Casey, R. Fenton, I. Reynolds. Front: D. Hickey, R. Korbin, W. O'Neill, H. Smith,
Standing: B. Evans, R. Miller, T. Kohler, D. Snyder, I. Hutchinson, Ir. Second Row: Mrs. Seberg, W.
G. Goodman, S. McEvoy, Mrs. Seberg, P. Gould, Murtough, McClement, M. Gould, F. Weggen-
. . . we complete our .tempt
MRS. MYRTLE SEBERG and Miss FLORENCE STASIAK,
Teachers-We created our own poems about the scene out-
side GRADE ISE. While learning the names of various
trees, we collected leaves and Waxed them. We closed the
year with a trip to the Bronx Zoo. Class mothers are Mrs. S.
Gross and Mrs. G. Santini.
While we in GRADE IST had fun becoming ac-
quainted through class parties and presenting an assembly,
we worked to learn to tell time, to print, and to do numbers
1-50. By June we had read more than eight books. Class
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Mrs. Myrtle Seberg
Front: S. Roberts, E. Mascari, R. Loren, M. Harten,
I. Jayne, M. Costa. Second Row: Miss F. Stasiak,
L. Warshavsky, K. Lutz, M. Morris, R. Frie, W
Prankard, I. Essenfeld, D. Mullahy.
Miss Florence Stasiak
Oswego State Teachers'
Front: F. Paino, M. Goldberg, A. Doyle. Second
Row: R. Leddy, W. Long, M. Macko, D. Kesten-
baum, E. Esposito, Miss F. Stasiak, P. Tampone, C.
Stevens, D. Potter, T. Coleman, M. Hutchinson.
Absent: D. Goldman, A. Edwards.
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Seated: C. Burge, G. Noviella, I. Weiss, S. Haupt-
man, S. Martin, G. Stevens, M. Mazzarella, P.
Curtis, C. DePavlo, B. Lenenbaun. Standing: T.
Gay, C. Mitsoo, S. Rieff, U. DeSimone, Mrs. E.
Allison, E. Boccumini, C. Caporale, N. De Nardo,
P. Rinaldi, W. Mackay, C. Hauptman, A. Reid.
Mrs. Esther Allison
with the Children? Corner. .
MRS. ESTHER ALLISON and MRS. Lois L. HOY, Teachers-
The many new toys, farm animals, rhythms, and singing
games made the time in KINDERGARTEN-A so pleasant.
Another great attraction was the easel where We painted
pictures. The class mothers are Mrs. A. Reid, Mrs. L. Ten-
enbaum, Mrs. M. Riegert, and Mrs. E. Singer.
Our sand table in KINDERGARTEN-H has por-
trayed an Indian village, a snow scene, and a farm. In the
spring we went on nature walks and even visited the Hre-
house and police station. Class mothers are Mrs. R. loose
and Mrs. H. Hazen.
Front: E. VValker, L. Powers, E. Ziserman, T. Green,
F. Stapleton, R. Greene, N. Geyer. Second Row: N.
Nichols, C. LaMarsh. Third Row: P. Singer, B.
Muth, P. Hassell, S. Schlitt, B. Jacob, C. Liman,
D. Kane, D. Krisky, R. Wilson, Ir., M. Shiller.
Back: Mrs. E. Allison. Absent: J. Lipton, E. Rei-
Mrs. Lois L. Hoy
Fredonia State Teachers' B.S.
College Columbia University
Front: C. Noe, S. Seitz. Second Row: I. Hovey, K.
Murray, Vincent Moccia, Mrs. M. Reilly, D. Front: D. Hunt, R. Parachini, L. Burpee, S. Groth.
Thorpe, B. Hazen, C. Scallero. Absent: Mrs. Hoy, Second Row: L. Hines, C. Iosse, Mrs. M. Reilly, E.
R. Carlo, J. Geraghty. Rome, C. Thorp, A. McGovern.
Front: M. Holser, M. Fitch. Second Row: M.
Schafer, R. Atlass. Third Row: K. Blasco, K. Boyle,
S. Lawrence, Miss N. Bloxsom, B. Torkelson, D.
Anderson, D. Schaffer.
Front: L. Noschese, J. Pancoast, C. McLean, R.
Maxwell, S. Munkelt, R. Kerbel. Second Row: Miss
N. Bloxsom, S. Meltzer, S. Engleman, Prankard,
S. Sharpe, C. Yeager, D. Long, P. Calvin, B. Crell.
Miss Nancy Bloxsom
New Paltz State
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Miss NANCY BLOXSOM, Teacher-KINDERCAPv
TEN-B gained an appreciation of books and of
music by learning to read, dramatizing stories, lis-
tening to records, and memorizing simple songs.
We displayed our artistic ability by decorating the
bulletin board. While studying about transporta-
tion, we made scrapbooks, illustrating different
types of planes and trains, we also constructed
models of them. Class mothers are Mrs. R. Mathie-
son, Mrs. F. Ramin, Mrs. P. Burke, and Mrs. G.
Seated: W. Weissner, B. Young, L. Beall, D. Done-
gan, A. Cavolo, R. Burke. Standing: A. Brill, M.
Einstein, B.4 Blake, Miss Bloxsom, C. Connick, G.
Front: A. Rabinowitz, D. Wreford, J. M. Edgar,
B. I. Bell, M. Ierritts. Second Bow: B. Scotti, B.
Mathieson, Miss N. Bloxsom, T. Mann, N. Gar-
diner, I. Palinkas, M. W. Ramin. Alasentz' M. Con-
nelly, D. Newman.
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TEN-R learned to work and to play agreeably with
each other in organized groups. Our gold fish, tur-
tle, and guinea pig, named Cecil, taught us the
love and care of animals. The scientists in our class
showed us their collections of shells and rocks. By
june we had learned to print and write many num-
bers. Class mothers are Mrs. R. Merrington, Mrs.
G. Green, Mrs. R. Turner, Mrs. W. Wittens.
R. Haimsohn, A. Lyman, M. Rogers, R. Ross, T.
Pappas, D. Snyder, Mrs. R. Turner, L. Harris, F.
Kaplan, G. Keating, I. Murrow, D. Coleman.
Absent: Mrs. Ridings, W. Ferrier, W. Primolf.
Front: I. Berkowitz, E. Tampone, P. Batten, P.
Turner. Second Row: E. Barkan, S. Wittens, D.
Washburn. Third Row: C. Titcomb, G. Hope, W.
MacLoon, Mrs. R. Turner, R. Meislin. Absent:
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Cowen, R. Ehmann, Mrs. R. Turner, T. Kane, R.
Wiwdman, A. Monaro, J. Baldauf, B. Wuttke,
J. Mentha, R. Bielenson. Absent: Mrs. Ridings,
L. Flatley, P. Galgay.
Seated: C. Cerrone, S. Fitzgerald, G. Lehning, D.
Schwarz, N. Benedict, K. VVordcn. Standing:
T. Green, L. Levine, E. Berletic, Mrs. R. Turner,
C. Nichols, D. Tornello, L. Carson, K. Pooton.
Absent: Blrs. Ridings.
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PARENT TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION
On Sunday visit the ARDSLEY METHOD-
IST CHURCH, Ashford Avenue, Ardsley.
At 9:45 there is church school for ages four
years and older. The morning worship and
junior church are held at 11:00 while there
is a church school nursery and play activity
group. Senior Youth Fellowship 7:00.
"Be preparedln This is a very appropriate motto
for such a wonderful organization as the GIRL
SCOUTS. Open-air camping and cooking, as
these girls are doing, teach the skills of self-
reliance and outdoor living. Being a Girl Scout
is well worthwhile.
As you drivc along the Saw Mill River Road in Ardsley, you will
pass flwcstchesterls most gracious supper clubf' THE WATER
WHEEL INN. In the large dining-hall, luncheon, dinner, and
supper are scrvcd, with nightly dancing, an added attraction. For
reservations for your private partics call DO 3-4135.
Having a party? Visit RICCIO'S MARKET
for the finest in fresh or frozen foods, as you
see Charlie doing. One can always be sure of
friendly and courteous service at 474 Ashford
Avenue. DO 3-0365. Try one of Ricciois tasty
Enjoy a pleasant afternoon's ride at the V8rW
RIDING ACADEMY, Sprain Road, 'Scars-
dale. For the inexperienced horseman, such
as the youngsters riding the ponies, expert
instruction may be obtained for a nominal fee.
Riding is a pleasure for all ages on such gentle
but spirited horses.
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Eddie is trying to help Linda decide among the many delicious brands
of ice cream, only one of the variety of excellent foods, meats, and
groceries which are sold at LOUIS, SUPER MARKET. Why dont
you plan to do your shopping at 7ll Saw lNlill River Road in Ardsley.
Call DO 3-1120 or 3-ll2l. Use thefree parking area or have your
' 'ra v z M
Whether you're interested in purchasing a
basketball such as Frank is displaying or win-
ning a trophy like the one lack is holding,
PQ E. TQCARR, located at 285 North Broad-
way, North Tarrytown, N. Y., will supply you
with all sports equipment including badmin-
ton sets and golf clubs. ME 1-3741.
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Over the County Trust Bank in Ardsley one
may End a complete assortment of fine jewelry
at the ARDSLEY IEWELER. If one's watch
is broken, it will soon be skillfully repaired
and electronically checked by this reliable
store. A visit here will prove worthwhile.
Frank will learn much from the library of the R. S. A. CORPORA-
TION as he and Mr. Anthony pour over the books located there.
These excellent research laboratories are located at 690 Saw Mill
River Road in Ardsley, New York. DO 3-1818, 3-2493.
'Known wherever 'there are schools and col- A refreshing soda or sundae is a treat at the
leges," the L. C. BALFOUR COMPANY ARDSLEY CHOCOLATERIA, INC., as
carries an excellent supply of class rings, such you can gee by the cheerful smiles of Grace,
as the seniors are wearing in the picture, com- Angela, jay, and Judy. The juke hox provides
mencement invitations, and Club inSigni21S- entertainment with the latest hit tunes. Why
Also for a wide choice of medals and trophies not sample some delicious Reid's ice cream.
contact them at 521 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. C.
As Chet and Nancy are rapidly discovering, a great variety of well-
built and inexpensive shoes may he found at the ARDSLEY BOOT-
ERY, INC., situated in the Village Creen Center, Ardsley. This
complete assortment includes Dr. Posncrls scientific shoes. DO 3-4770.
DO 3-1954 is the lucky number that can pull
you out of a snow bank or fix a Hat tire.
WESTCHESTER GARAGE in Ardsley
Square supplies long distance and local towing.
Mr. Nannariello and his competent stall: also
do automotive service and collision Work.
After a date at the movies or a drive through
the hills of scenic Westchester, stop for a de-
licious hamburger and malted milk at the
C1-IARCOAL SNACK BAR, conveniently lo-
cated on Central Avenue, Scarsdale, N. Y.
Dave, Jef-P, Linda, Gitta, and Frank are enjoy-
ing the cheerful atmosphere there.
Why not have your car Washed where everyone
does at THE SAW MILL AUTO LAUNDRY
on Saw Mill River Road. For a dazzling simon-
iz or a periodic Washing, call DO 3-7783. Your
car is sure to look like new.
Wouldn't a colorful dogvvood or fragrant mag-
nolia Hll that vacant place in your garden? THE
AMBROSIO NURSERIES, at 611 West
Hartsdale Avenue, White Plains, N. Y., has
available varieties of shrubs and Hovvers that
would Hatter any garden as jeff and Barbara
have discovered. W1-1 9-1177.
On the corner of Wildey and Gortlandt When you are thinking of selling your present
Streets in Tarrytown is GARTOONIS EUR- home and buying a new home of distinction,
NITURE STORE, a firm that has 'Furniture contact OLIVIA G. SEELER, located at 501
that pleases" as Pat, lack, and Nancy are Ashford Avenue in Ardsley. Frank is learning
finding out. Another branch of this reliable that this fully-staffed oflice specializes in ARD-
and efficient business is located at 25 Spring SLEY - FOR - BETTER - LIVING INSUR-
Street, Ossining. ANCE AND REAL ESTATE. Gall DO 3-
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For shopping convenience in a suburban atmosphere, try dealing at
the ARDSLEY VILLAGE GREEN CENTER for a variety of
vvomen,s and menls apparel stores, shoe stores, and children's stores.
A large parking area is located in the rear of the Green.
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The SENIORS were in the midst of planning
the final details of the Washington trip when
this group picture was taken in the library.
layne Schmidt is president of the class, Dave
Purdy, vice-presidentg Angela Pasquini, secre-
tary, Grace Barbieri, treasurer, and Kathy Ka-
mens, class reporter.
For a quiet and comfortable place where your
visiting friends and relatives can spend the
night or even a week, try the ARDSLEY
ACRES MOTEL COURT. These modern ac-
commodations are located on the Saw Mill
River Road and Parkway in Ardsley, only 28
minutes from Times Square. DO 3-2700. T
Are you, like Pat, looking for a special variety
of shrubbery, flowers, plants, or holiday wreaths
and trees? Among their wide selection, PUL-
VER BROTHERS will probably have what
you are looking for. If you are in Hastings, a
visit to the greenhouse will be worthwhile.
Otherwise call HA 5-1079.
For the best in local and long distance moving
facilities available, call DO 3-1166. Located at
124 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., the F.
CALDARA MOVERS, agents for the Greyvan
Lines, nation-wide movers, will transport your
possessions quickly and safely.
Daveuand Nancy aren't really bank robbers,
they're just trying to get a peek at the savings
of the many people who deal at the HAST-
INGS-ON-HUDSON FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. It is centrally
located at 560 Warburton Avenue, Hastings-
on-Hudson, N. Y.
Soon the CREENBURCH SAVINGS BANK
in Dobbs Ferry will open for the day, and
Charlie can add to his savings account or even
rent a safe deposit box. This bank belongs to
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation with
total assets of fB6,000,000. For December's busy
shopping days, a Christmas Club account is
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For all your drug needs why not try the new
LICCETT REXALL dealer at 717 Saw Mill
River Road, Ardsley, N. Y. Mr. I-I. Altman,
B. S., and Mr. T. Levine, B. S., will be glad to
serve you or give you prompt, free delivery.
Ieff and Barbara are admiring the fine points of
the Lincoln and Mercury automobiles in the
showroom of ROLLY MOTORS, Ardsley Road
and Central Avenue, Scarsdale, New York.
E. ROBISON, INC., has a complete oil heat-
ing service for your home. Oil burners, boilers,
hot water heaters, and tanks are sold and in-
stalled. The contracts include service and parts
and 24 hour service on any make burner. Au-
tomatic fuel oil deliveries are an added con-
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The sales and service store is located in Harts-
dale and the fuel oil storage plant at Hastings-
on-Hudson. E. Robison, Inc., prides itself on
its dependability as exemplified in the motto,
"The house that service built."
HELEN M. CHANDLER A. J. SCHRAUTH F. J. MCCORMACK
Clerk-Treasurer Manager Police Jusfice
H. C. RAAB
HELEN C. TOWNSEND Ponce Chief ROBERT P. sHElLs
Depuiy Clerk-Treasurer Acfing Police Justice
WILLIAM DUKE, III, Mayor
GEORGE R. SANKEY, JOSEPH E. MARTINI, EDWIN A. PANCOAST, JR., CHARLES S. HOY
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS PLANNING BOARD
John Saunders, Charles Hinnen, Harold A- Moore, Chairman, Edwin E. Pancoast, Jr., William C. Emerick, Chairman, Arthur J
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SALT 'N PEPPER
BLASBERG MOTORS, INC.
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
HARWOOD SHOE REPAIR
Dobbs Ferry 3-5040 L. VACCARO, Manager
REPAIRING WHILE U WAIT
Haf Cleaning - Luggage Repairs - Dog Supplies
11 BONIFACE CIRCLE
SCarsdaIe 3-9766 Scarsdale, N. Y
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F. LICHTENBERG 81 SON
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Good Used Car Paris
555 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD ARDSLEY, N. Y.
Phone: D0bbs Ferry 3-4686
AND SO-GOOD-NIGHT PUSH, PUSH, PUSH!
Miss Haymond Jon, George, Hastings boys, Jack
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GREENHOUSES and NURSERIES
SCarsdale 3-0631 Scarsdale, N. Y.
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HEALTH and VACATION RESORT
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MIDTOWN LIVE POULTRY MARKET
COAL - LUMBER - BUILDING MATERIALS - FUEL OILS
QUALITY LIVE POULTRY - FRESH FARM EGGS
BESSON 8: CO.-BESSON OIL, INC. JERRY SCARANO, JR., Prop.
Dobbs Ferry 3-0026-32 461 TARRYTOWN ROAD
Emergency, DO 3.5670 WHite Plains 9-6246 White Plains, N. Y.
THE THINKER WHITE ELEPHANT CLUB INITIATES
Glenn Koors Sophomore girls
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708 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
DObbs Ferry 3-3619 Ardsley, N. Y. L
GUARANTY AND MORTGAGE CO.
199 MAIN STREET
White Plains, N. Y.
WHiIe Plains 8-4041
LAWSON'S SERVICE STATION
MARFAK LUBRICATION SERVICE
Brake and Clulch Adjusfing, Molor Tune Up
rry 3-9703 ARDSLEY,
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
J. M. YEDOWITZ
549 WARBURTON AVENUE
Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y.
HARTSDALE PRODUCE MARKET T
GROCERIES - FRUITS - VEGETABLES
Prompt Delivery Service
8-I0 CENTRAL AVENUE
WH 9-0828-1472 Hurisdale, N. Y.
HARDWOOD FLOORING, INC.
DOORS - PLYWOOD - TRIM - TILE
Lumber und Flooring
41-45 S. SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Elmsforcl, N. Y.
"CALL SAM" LYric 2-7900
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Glenn, Fred, Charlie Mr. Krauss, Rich Mooney
ARDSLEY CARPET CO.
K. K. HAGOPIAN, Proprietor
RUGS and CARPETS
Rugs Cleaned and Repaired
by Native Experts
780 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Ardsley, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 3-3619
MARSHALL T. COOKE
DObbs Ferry 3-3590
CUTRATE FLOOR COVERING - CARPETS
RUGS - BROADLOOM - TILES
LINOLEUM - WALL COVERINGS
101 CENTRAL AVENUE
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Ardsley, N. Y
2 NORTH STONE AVENUE
Elmsford, New York
Phone: LYric 2-8484
WHi1e Plains 6-1020-1021-1022 Harisdole, N. Y.
LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING
Carol McKeough, Bob Lontry Eloise
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A F R I E N D INSURANCE
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Ardsley, N. Y.
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DObbs Ferry 3-0228
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4 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE REAL ESTATE ' 'NSURANCE
Hartsdcle WH 9-5434 6 CEDAR STREET
"A PHONE CALL WILL BRING SERVICE" Dobbs EE"Y' N' Y'
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Loretto, John, Barclay, Yvonne The editors
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 3-5600
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DRIVE - IN
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346 ASHFORD AVENUE DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
EMMADINE FARMS, INC.
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ARDSLEY CIGAR STORE
opposne COUNTY TRUST BANK
COMPLETE LINE or HOBBIES
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OIL BURNER SERVICE a INSTALLATION
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Dobbs Ferry 3-oo7o
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DObbs Ferry 3-4979
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ARDSLEY SERVICE STATION
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KNOLLWOOD PARK SERVICE STATION CENTURY MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO.
153 EAST MAIN STREET "EVERYT""NG MU5'CAL"
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OF PERPETUAL HELP
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
Dr. 81 Mrs. Paul A. Seitz
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Feldmuller
81 Mrs. George Furilla
J. J. Bergen
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ernest E. Heller
Mr. 81 Mrs. Bates
Mr. St Mrs. William W. Shields
Mr. 8. Mrs. Baulieu
Biagio De Astis
Mr. 8. Mrs. Charles P. Schappach
Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard H. Wilson
. 81 Mrs. Donald Hossell
Mr. 81 Mrs. O. H. Word, Jr.
Mr. 8. Mrs. Vinton H. Clarke
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ives B. Nathan
Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. F. Schropp
Mr. 8. Mrs. Paul Frey
Mr. 81 Mrs. E. M. Cappucci
Mr. 8. Mrs. Christopher De Luca
The De Solos
Grace Ann Mackey
Mr. 81 Mrs. H. E. Hagen
Mr. 81 Mrs. George McRae
Mr. 8. Mrs. Orrin Kilbourne
Mr. 8. Mrs. R. McComb
Mr. 8. Mrs. Anthony Damore
Mr. 8- Mrs. Albert E. Reed
Dr. 81 Mrs. C. W. Frank
Mr. 8. Mrs. W. Rauch
Mr. 8. Mrs. Ginter
The Stien Tribe
Mr. 8- Mrs. Theohurids
Mr. 81 Mrs. Wittig
Mr. Edward P. Leone
Mr. 81 Mrs. Harry V. Franklin
Mrs. Franklin P. Acker
Mr. 81 Mrs. Stephen Munsell
Mr. 8. Mrs. William R. Nevinger
Mr. 81 Mrs. Al Zimkin 81 Family
Mr. 81 Mrs. .Joseph Brennan
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Lockwood
Julie Anne Felton
Mr. 81 Mrs. James Vincent
Mr. 81 Mrs. Gordon Nugent
Mr. 8. Mrs. Harry Jacobs
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Jacob, Sr.
Mr. 8. Mrs. T. D. Christiano
Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Seitz
Mr. 8- Mrs. Emerick
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. B. Douglass
Mr. 81 Mrs. G. Platenyk
Mr. 81 Mrs. Lipton
Mr. 8K Mrs. I. Schlitt
Mr. 8- Mrs. R. J. Kent
Mr. 81 Mrs. Harris
R. J. Sweeny
Mr. 8. Mrs. Lawrence Noel
Mr. 81 Mrs. Frowd
Mr. 8- Mrs. W. Reinhardt
Miss Dorothy Pelda
Mr. 8- Mrs. F. Cassens
Mr. 81 Mrs. Blaise Recca
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Rumpler
Mr. 8. Mrs. C. E. Foster
Mr. 81 Mrs. John C. Hotell
Louis F. Guy
Mr. 81 Mrs. Sipp, Jr.
. 8. Mrs. B. Macdonald
. 81 Mrs. David E. Whitehead
. 81 Mrs. Rocco Santore
. John Reynaud
s. T. Valouch
Mr. B. Mrs. Stonaway
Mr. 8. Mrs. Walter Olson
. 8. Mrs. C. D. Morrissey
Mr. 8m Mrs. Jack Weiss
Mr. 8m Mrs. Milton Knapp
Mr. 81 Mrs. Falk
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. E. Morris
Mr. 81 Mrs. Paul Schafer
Mr. 8. Mrs. J. C. Horch
Mr. Bt Mrs. A. Sarosohn
Mr. 81 Mrs. Laurel Smith
Mr. 8- Mrs. Roberts
Mr. 81 Mrs. John D. Morris
Mr. 81 Mrs. Leslie M. Slote
The La Rosa Family
Mr. 8. Mrs. Arnold Windman
Mr. 8. Mrs. De Vries 81 Family
Dr. 8: Mrs. Alex Weinberg
Mary Jo Blatz
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Bostonian, Jr.
Mr. St Mrs. Donald Booth
Mr. 81 Mrs. Solarz
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Busharis
Mr. 81 Mrs. Walter Cherr
Mr. 81 Mrs. McEvoy
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. S. Merrington
Mr. 81 Mrs. L. Burger
Mr. 8. Mrs. F. M. Sc Laible
Mr. 8- Mrs. C. Pellegrini
Thomas Holden Haner
Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Bechtolt
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. W. Parson
Mr. B- Mrs. L. Bersonnet
Mr. 81 Mrs
Mrs. J. A.
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Mr. 81 Mrs. H. Proske
Mrs. Joseph Daley
Mr. G Mrs.
H. M. Chenoweth
81 Mrs. Kenneth Purdy
Le Count Family
81 Mrs. Arthur F. Hagy
81 Mrs. E. H. Virden
-Ena Hand Laundry
81 Mrs. Samuel Berlind -
Norman Paint Shop
The "Ardsleyan" Board of Editors wishes to thank our photographer and our publisher
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