Ardsley High School - Ardsleyan Yearbook (Ardsley, NY)
- Class of 1957
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Objects of Interest
Nuestra Pais, Our Country ,,........44,.
Citizen of the Years ,.... ..,. .
The Roll of Honor ,o.,.4.,. ,...,..
High Society .o,.,..
Future Citizens r,.r.,. ,rr,.r.
Today,s Youth .r..... ir....,
Natural Resources .
, Dedication ...,
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uertm air the Theme
You are now about to take a most unusual excursion
through Nuestra Pais, our country, better known in other
circles as Ardsley High School. During this tour we will give
you a chance to become familiar with all the aspects of our
make-believe nation. After being introduced to our "High
Society" for the Seniorsj and our "Proletariat', fthe under-
classmenb, you might like to see what our "Big Business" in-
cludes besides attending concerts performed by our first-rate
musicians or perhaps observing our youth in action. You will
be ushered into breathtaking sports events, which are our
"National Pastimesug then be sure to inspect our "Natural
Resources" before you leave our realm.
Whatever your particular interests may be, you are as-
sured of having a gay time with pleasant weather and friendly
companions. We greatly appreciate the marvelous aid that our
advisers, sponsors, and patrons have given us in order to have
the pleasure and honor of entertaining you. Have a Ufantabu-
T be claw of 1958 elect!
Miss CORNE P
the citizen of the yew:
The Junior class is pleased to dedicate this 1957 Ardsleyan to
Miss Cornelia Patteson, an admired and respected business teacher
and a friend to all.
The students in the commercial department appreciate the
personal interest Miss Patteson takes in each of them. The members
of the Commercial Club are extremely grateful to her, as their
adviser, for helping to extend their knowledge of up-to-date office
procedures and equipment in order that they may become "tops" as
our secretaries of the future. As a homeroom teacher of the seniors,
Miss Patteson is a guiding light to them in their final year of high
To show our gratitude for the many hours you have devoted to
us in the commercial subjects as well as being Business Adviser of
the Ardsleyan, we, the class of '58, dedicate this yearbook to you,
T be Roll of
Ever-smiling, jubilant, and friendly, Dell was a happy-go-lucky boy.
A born leader, being president of his class was just one of his countless
Included in his treasure chest of favorite things were all kinds of sports.
His eager participation on the Little League baseball team and his delight
in early morning fishing trips portrayed him as the average American
youth he was. The building of complicated boat models, one of his greatest
joys, helped to fill many happy moments.
Noted for his spontaneous friendliness, Dell Clarke will hold an
honored spot in our hearts forever. A
...to Those in Memoriam
A loyal friend, honest, sincere, and just in her ways, Barbara O'Leary
was a person who could be depended upon. She was always there when one
needed her-willing to help in any way. She was very cheerful herself and
enjoyed being with people.
Barbara also showed extraordinary enthusiasm in all her undertakings.
She was good in her studies and excelled as typing editor of the Ardsleyan
and as a member of the Third Degree of the Honor Society.
Barbara dearly loved all kinds of sports. She participated in the
Girls' Athletic Association and belonged to the Sports Club. For two years
she was on the cheerleading squad, and even after graduating she skied,
swam, and played tennis.
All those who knew her loved her very much, and therefore she has
won a cherished place in their hearts forever.
Mr. Arthur W. Silliman
District Supervising Principal
Jr. Student Council Adviser
As representatives of the student
body and the faculty, the editors of the
Ardsleyan wish to honor our District
Principal who has for thirty-live years pro-
moted the best interests of the students and
the teachers of the Ardsley schools. We
personally express our sincere apprecia-
tion for his patient and unfailing under-
standing and guidance which have enabled
us to benefit so much from our experience
in school. To know Mr. Silliman is to
admire and respect him.
Mrs Marion Brown Mrs Martha Ciofalo Mrs. Virginia Cuddeback Miss Theresa DeNardo
Secretary A ssistant Assistant Monitor Board
to Mr Stlltman Secretary Secretary Operator
VVb0 Have Won Our Admimtion
Mr. Charles W. Horend
Principal of the High School
Mr. Harlan A. Thomas
Department Head of the Upper Gradbs
T be Cabinet...
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. Anthony Waldeier, President
Mrs. Vinton H. Clarke
Mr. Milton H. Doyle
Mr. Donald R. Hassell
Mr. William Weinberger
Mrs. Frederick H. Cassens, Treasurer
Mrs. Anne L. Huesgen, Clerk
Mrs. A. Huesgen, Mr. A. W. Silliman, Mr. W. Weinberger, Mr
A. Waldeier, Mr. D. Hassell, Mrs. V. Clarke, Mr. M. Doyle
Which Aids Our Foremost Leaders
Mr. Kenneth H. Brown
Principal of the Elementary School
New York University
Left-Miss Harriett S. Edwards
New Paltz State
Right-Mrs. Ethel J. Farnham
Mrs. Marie Neubauer
Intellectual! in the Guielemee 0
Mrs. H. Bartholomew Mrs. Emily W. Bartlett Mrs. Barbara S. Bell
School Psychologist English 1 Algebra
Shared Service M.A. Biology, Health
M.A. Columbia University M.A.
Columbia Teachers' Columbia University
Mrs. Carmen Brennan MF- Ralph Chestnut MTS- Eleanor Coyne Mrs. Eva S. Ellis Mrs. Catherine Felter
School Nurse, R.N. AV! LW1Chf00N1 MKUIUEHV French Social Studies 9
New York Post Graduate BA- M.A. M.A.
Hospital Hunter College Brussels University Bucknell Universitv
Cornell University New York University
Mr. Clarence E- Felief Mr. Leslie M. Gibian Mr. Howard T. Hartman Miss Arlene Haymond Mrs. Ruth H. Howes
History Physics, Chemistry Industrial Arts Music Home Economics
Social Studies Science M.A. B.S. M.A.
M.A. M.A. New York University Potsdam State Columbia University
Bucknell University Columbia University Teachers' College
.. the Abilities of Our Youth
Mr. Michael Jackman Mr, Frank Kluge
Physical Education Mathematics
New York Ul1iVCrSiiy Columbia University
Mrs- EUHOF B- K0Cl'1i8 Mr. Paul J. Koors Miss Margaret McGuire Miss Cornelia Patteson Miss Dorothy M. Pelda
Dramatics, Speech English III Music Commercial Subjects English ll and IV
Library Guidance Counselor Shared Service M.A. M,A,
M.A. M,Ai B.S. Columbia University New York University
New YOFK UUiVCfSifY Columbia University Hunter College
Miss Helen G. Robbie Miss Grace A. Roll Mrs. Alba Vanoli Mr. Mitchell C. Vincent MF- Robert Williams
Latin, spanish Physical Education Home Economics Director of Music lildlwtfilll Arts
M-A. U ' M.A. Shared Service . Ed- M. Driver Education
New York UnlVCrSlIy Columbia University B.S. Temple University Shared Service
Pratt Institute B.S.
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...0 Our Elite Jet
In our Junior year we stopped to publish the Ardsleyan, the
yearbook of our high school. The many side trips included the
excitement of Columbia Scholastic Press Association meetings,
the anxiety of approaching prospective advertisers, and the map-
ping-out of routes for book sales. The crowning glory of this
adventure was the sight of our finished masterpiece with its im-
pressive white and black cover.
As souvenirs for our last long mile, we bought our senior
rings. Yet this part of the journey passed all too quickly, as we
rehearsed for our play, "Onions in the Stew," we realized the pro-
ceeds would be used on our pleasure jaunt to Washington. Our
destination was not far away now, for Regents time approached,
and finally dressed in our caps and gowns, we took the last steps
of our tour.
Mrs. E. Koenig and Miss C. Patteson are our advisers, and
Mrs. Anglin, Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Carlyle, and Mrs. Gardiner are the
Bob, Fred. Dick, Bud
Pat. Nancy. Dot, Gloria
Lynn, Diana, Bert, Helen
da, Barbara. Gretel. lylurgznrc
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D. Anglin, W. Klores, I. Berlind, G. Fraguela, F.
Schappach, M. Christiano, N. Noschese, D. Viola
Betty. ,Lynn Nevinger, Nancy Noschese
Anne .... Linda DeSola, Gloria Fraguela
Roger ,,.................,..,..... Walter Klores
Claire .,,..,.. ..,......,.. B rigitte Murau
Margo ..,.... ......... L ynn Kreymborg
Harry ......... ....... C hester Slaybaugh
Bee Gee ....... ........ P atricia Carlyle
Kitsie ............ ,.... G retel Mestern
Mr. Curtis .....,. ......,. E dward Marron
Delia ........,... ..,........... C arol Lotus
Jim ,...,.,.... ........ J ohn McPartland
Joey ,......,....,. .,.....,.., B rent Smith
Old Buddy ...,.,. ........ , Watson Bell
Don .....,...,,,.,...,,....... Frank Schappach
Howard ........,.........,...,. Jeffrey Berlind
Joan ..., Dorothy Anglin, Carol Morris
Claud .,.....,....,................. Daniel Viola
Lesley Arnold ....,. Margaret Christiano
Miss Garvey ...,..........,, Cynthia Proske
Marvin ....,.,.......,.,.........., Glenn Koors
Salsie .,.,...... .....,.,, B arbara Gardiner
Lyda ,...,......,.......... . ,,.., Barbara Lotus
Mrs. Curtis ...,..........,. Diane DeSimone
Dotty .... Dorothy Anglin, Carol Morris
Phil .........,...,........,.,.... Robert Martini
Grover ,....,.......,.., ,....... R ichard Bell
Director .,.......... Mrs. Elinor B. Koenig
Lynn Nevinger and Chester Slaybaugh
Linda DeSola, Carol Morris, Lynn Nevmger
Danny Viola and Carol Morris P' Carlyle' D' Anslin. B. Gardmer N Noschese
.. Oniom in the Stew
No great country, including Nuestra Pais, would ever be complete without its
theaters, actors, and actresses. The electricians, make-up artists, scene painters,
prompters, and stage crew, play an equally important part, although they are
seldom glamorized. Without the latter, everything would lack depth and reality,
so necessary for enjoyment.
Therefore, on your trip through our country, include as a part of your
itinerary some of the scenes and scenery of this year's SENIOR PLAY, "Onions
in the Stew," which is a delightfully different three-act comedy, exhibiting the
problems of a couple moving to an old house on a rather un-populated island and
portraying the hardships which ensue for their two teenage daughters as a result
of their being shut off from "society," Of course, various other complications
arise such as dinner guests who are often still with them days later. In the midst
of the humorous difficulties and despair, the family finds a special value in the
life they are creating-one they wouldn't trade for anything in the world. '
Curtain call of "Onions in the Stew"
Gentle in Manner, Zealous in Perform-
Junior Varsity Basketball 15 member of
Stage Crew of Senior Playg accepted at
Westchester Community College, Grover
of "Onions in the Stew."
WATSON E. BELL, JR.
Tall in Stature, Tall in Ideas
Stage Crew 49 Outdoor Club 39 accepted at
the Long Island Agricultural and Techni-
cal Institute for courses in horticultureg
Old Buddy of "Onions in the Stew."
DOROTHY CAROLE ANGLIN
A Smile, a Ray of Sunlit Laughter
Transfer from Hamden High School, Ham-
den, Connecticut: Ardsleyan Typing Com-
mittee, Salt 'n' Pepper 2,3,4g Cheerleader
3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,4p Commercial Club 2,3,4g
Secretary 3,43 Spanish Club 25 College
Club 4g Dotty and Joan of "Onions in the
Variety Is the Spice of Life and I Thrive
Ardsleyan Advertising Committeeg Salt 'n'
Pepper 43 Varsity Choir 1,2,3g Regional 25
Page in "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 45
Varsity Basketball 4g Jr. Varsity Basketball
2,3, Manager lg Varsity Club 2,3,4g Intra-
Murals: Basketball l, Baseball l,2,3, Foot-
ball l,2,3,4g Dramatics Club 23 Student
Council 4, Treasurer 43 Student Govem-
ment Town Lawyer 3, Justice of the Peace
4g Outdoor Club 3,45 Chefs' Club 25 Col-
lege Club 4, President 4g Varsity Track
2,3,4g Hall Monitor 3,43 Howard of
"Onions in the Stew."
Conscientious, Capable, and Full of Fun
Treasurer 43 Ardsleyan Business Managerg
Salt 'n' Pepper 2,43 Varsity Baseball 33 Ir.
Varsity Baseball 1,23 Varsity Club 43 Intra-
Murals: Baseball, Basketball, Football
l,2,33 Electricians' Club 1,23 Student Gov-
ernment Village Lawyer 43 College Club
4, Vice-President 4.
has come. ..
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Always Happy, Always Gay, Never
Angry-That's His Way
Honor Society 2 years3 Ardsleyan Special
Photographerg Varsity Basketball 43 Var-
sity Club 3g Varsity Track 23 Intra-Murals:
Basketball 2,3, Football, Baseball 2,3,43
Dramatic Club 1,23 Spanish Club 23 Year-
book Club 23 Chefs' Club 2g College Club
43 Assistant Stage Manager 4.
PATRICIA ELAINE CARLYLE
Always Laughing, Always Gay,' May
She Ever Stay That Way
Treasurer 23 Honor Society 2 years3 Ards-
leyan Circulation and Advertising Com-
mitteesg Varsity Choir l,2,33 Cheerleader
43 G.A.A. l,2,3,43 Inter-Class: Volleyball,
Basketball, Softball l,2,3,43 Student Coun-
cil 3, Secretary 33 Yearbook Club 2, Sec-
retary 23 College Club 43 Bee Gee of
"Onions in the Stew."
MARGARET NANCY CHRISTIANO
Never Laughed a Girl More Often: Never
Sparkled Eyes More Brown
Secretary 2g Honor Society 9 years3 Sec-
ond Degree 2 yearsg Third Degree 2,3,43
Ardsleyan Assistant Editor3 Varsity Choir
l,2,3,43 Vice-President 33 Regional 3,43
Orchestra l,2,3,43 Clef Club 3,43 G.A.A.
l,2,3,43 Sports Club 3,4, President 43 In-
ter-Class: Volleyball, Basketball, Softball
l,2,3,43 Spanish Club 2,3, Secretary 23 Stu-
dent Council 3, Vice-President 33 Yearbook
Club 23 Graduation Usher 33 Lesley of
"Onions in the Stew."
DIANA DE SIMONE
A Good Laugh Is Sunshine in a House
Honor Society 2 yearsg Ardsleyan Typing
Committee3 G.A.A. 2,33 Commercial Club
3,43 Mrs. Curtis of "Onions in the Stew."
LINDA B. DE SOLA
Joy with Reason and Knowledge with
Transfer from Erasmus Hall High School,
Brooklyng Honor Society 1 yearg Ardsleyan
Photography, Advertising and Circulation
Committeesg Salt 'n' Pepper 4, Associate
Editor 43 Varsity Choir 3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,43
Dramatic Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 43
Graduation Usher 33 Anne of "Onions in
ANTHONY DE ROCHA
Honor Lies in Honest T oil
Varsity Basketball 43 Ir. Varsity Basket-
ball 1,2,33 Jr. Varsity Baseball 1,23 Intra-
Murals: Football 23 Stage Crew 1,2,3,4,
.. or our counttyfr
A img?-if 33 51,
LYNN E. EGY
The Ever-reigning King of Wit
Transfer from Wakefield High School,
Wakefield, Massachusetts3 Salt 'n' Pepper
4, Columnist 43 Varsity Choir 43 Regional
43 King Melchoir in "Amahl and the Night
Visitors" 43 Varsity Basketball 43 Jr. Var-
sity Basketball 3, Captain 33 Varsity Club
43 Intra-Murals: Baseball, Football 3,43
Spanish Club 3, President 33 Student
Council 4, President 43 Graduation Usher
33 100'Z: Club, Plane Geometry3 Student
Government 3,43 Mayor 43 Outdoor Club
3,43 Varsity Track 33 College Club 43 Em-
pire Boys' State 3g Hall Monitor 4.
Her Good Humor Makes All Things
Ardsleyan Typing Committeeg Salt 'n' Pep-
per 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3g Varsity Choir lg
Cheerleader 3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Commer-
cial Club 2,3,4g Yearbook Club 23 Sewing
Club lg College Club 4g Anne of "Onions
in the Stew."
oun socialites. ..
His Skills Far Outnumber His Years
Varsity Track 2, Varsity Club 35 Intra-
Murals: Football 2, Baseball 1,2,3,4g Out-
door Club 3,4, Vice-President 45 Chefs'
Club 25 Electricians' Club 2: College Club
BARBARA A. GARDINER
Always Active, Always Gay!
Little Wonder So Much Comes Her Way
Secretary lg Honor Society 9 yearsg Sec-
ond Degree 2 yearsg Third Degree 3,4,
President 43 Ardsleyan Advertising Com-
mitteeg Salt 'n' Pepper 33 Varsity Choir
1,2,4g Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4,
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Sports Club 3,4g Inter-
Class: Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, l,2,
3,45 Spanish Club 2,3, Secretary 3g Gradu-
ation Usher 33 Student Government Exec-
utive Committee 3, Trustee 4g Yearbook
Club 2g Salsie of "Onions in the Stew."
The Mildest Manner and the Gentlest
Varsity Choir l,2,3g G.A.A. l,2g Commer-
cial Club 3,43 Sewing Club 1.
Knowledge Comes But Wisdom Lingers
Transfer from Erasmus Hall High School,
Brooklyng Honor Society 1 y-:arg Ardsleyan
Photography Committeeg Salt 'n' Pepper 3,4,
Treasurer 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Varsity Bas-
ketball 43 Jr. Varsity Basketball 33 Intra-
Murals: Baseball, Football 3,43 Dramatic
Club lj Graduation Usher 33 Student Coun-
cil 4, Vice-President 43 Student Govem-
ment Chairman of Zoning Board 43 Var-
sity Track 33 Roger of "Onions in the
GLENN J. F. KOORS
His Truth Is Strong and Will Always
Ardsleyan Advertising Committeeg Band
1,23 Varsity Basketball Manager 3,43 Ir.
Varsity Basketball Manager 23 Varsity
Baseball 33 Ir. Varsity Baseball 1,2Q Var-
sity Club 43 Intra-Murals: Baseball, Foot-
ball 1,2,33 Outdoor Club 3,4, Vice-Presi-
dent 3, President 43 Marvin of "Onions in
A. PETER KARCHER, JR.
Small But Dynamic
Treasurer 13 Honor Society 5 years3 Second
Degree l year3 Varsity Basketball 43 Jr.
Varsity Basketball 2,33 Varsity Baseball
3,43 Jr. Varsity Baseball 1,23 Varsity Club
43 Intra-Murals: Football, Baseball 2,3,43
College Club 43 Chefs' Club 2.
. . to V67'lf1fl1"6
Attractive for Her Simplicity, Likable
for Her Sincerity
Reporter 43 Honor Society 2 years3 Ards-
leyan Typing Committee3 Salt 'n' Pepper
1,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Commercial Club
2,3,4, Reporter 3, President 43 Student Gov-
ernment Executive Committee 33 Margo of
"Onions in the Stew."
It Is a Friendly Heart That Has Many
Honor Society 5 yearsg Ardsleyan Adver-
tising Committeeg Salt 'n' Pepper 2,3g Var-
sity Choir 2,3,4g Regional 4, Orchestra
1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Sports Club 43
Dramatics Club lg Spanish Club 2,3 g Year-
book Club 2g College Club 43 Lyda of
"Onions in the Stew."
into the world. ..
Politeness Goes Far. Yet Costs Nothing
Transfer from Stepinac High School, Civil
Air Patrol, Rank Corporal: Stage Crew 43
Phil of "Onions in the Stew."
Lovely to Look At, Delightful to Know
Honor Society 5 yearsg Ardsleyan Adver-
tising Committeeg Salt 'n' Pepper 2, Re-
porter 2g Varsity Choir 1,2,3,4g G.A.A.
1,2,3,4g Sports Club 3,43 Dramatics Club
lg Spanish Club 2,3g Yearbook Club 2g
Delia of "Onions in the Stew."
EDWARD P. MARRON
We Know a Fine Fellow When We
Ardsleyan Advertising Committeeg Intra-
Muralsg Basketball, Football, Baseball 1
2,35 Chefs' Club: Electricians' Club 1,2,3
Mr. Curtis of "Onions in the Stew."
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LOUISE V. MEDOVICH
Wisdom and Goodness Are T win-born
Honor Society 9 years5 Second Degree 3
years5 Third Degree 45 Ardsleyan Co-Ad-
vertising Editor5 Varsity Choir 1,25 G.A.A.
1,2,3,45 Sports Club 3,45 Spanish Club 1,25
Graduation Usher 35 1001: Club, Inter-
mediate Algebra, Plane Geometry, Presi-
dent 3,45 Student Government Co-Head 35
Yearbook Club 25 Hall Monitor 45 College
Whatever Is Worth Doing at All,
Is Worth Doing Well
Honor Society 9 years5 Second Degree 2
years5 Third Degree 2,3,45 Secretary 3,45
Ardsleyan Editor-in-Chief5 Varsity Choir
l,2,3,4, President 45 Regional 45 Orchestra
1,2,3,45 Clef Club 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45
Sports Club 3,4, Treasurer 45 Inter-Class:
Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 1,2,3,45
Spanish Club 2,3, President 25 Graduation
Usher 35 Student Council 4, Publicity
Chairman 45 Yearbook Club 25 College
Club 45 Salt 'n' Pepper 45 Kitsie of "Onions
in the Stew."
JOHN F. MCPARTLAND
A Prince among Men
Treasurer 35 Ardsleyan Promotion Editor5
Varsity Basketball 3,45 Jr. Varsity Basket-
ball 25 Jr. Varsity Baseball 1,25 Varsity
Club 45 Intra-Murals: Basketball 15 Elec-
tricians' Club 1,2,35 Outdoor Club 3,45
Stage Crew 45 Chefs' Club 35 Varsity Track
3,45 lim of "Onions in the Stew."
DAVID B. MOONEY
Every Inch a King!
Honor Society 9 years5 Second Degree 3
years5 Third Degree 3,45 President 2,35
Ardsleyan Circulation Editor 35 Varsity
Basketball 3,4, Co-Captain 45 Jr. Varsity
Basketball 25 Varsity Club 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 45 Intra-Murals: Basketball 1, Base-
ball, Football 3,45 Electricians' Club 1,2,35
Student Council 2,3,4, Treasurer 35 Stu-
dent Government 3,4, Police Justice 35
Yearbook Club 25 Outdoor Club 3,45 Salt
'n' Pepper 4, Sports Editor 45 Chefs' Club
25 College Club 45 Hall Monitor 3,4,
CAROL ANN MORRIS
How Far That Little Candle Throws
Honor Society 6 yearsg Second Degree 1
yearg Ardsleyan Art, Advertising and Cir-
culation Committeesg Salt 'n' Pepper 1,45
Art Editor 45 Varsity Choir l,2,3,45 Or-
chestra l,2,3,4, Librarian 35 Regional 3,45
Cheerleader 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Dramatics
Club 1,45 Spanish Club 2,39 Student Gov-
ernment Campaign Committee 3,45 Year-
book Club 25 Art Club 2,3g Dotty and
Joan of "Onions in the Stew."
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NANCY J. NOSCHESE
Full of Fun, Full of Pep
Ardsleyan Circulation Committee5 Salt 'n'
Pepper 1,2,3, President and Editor 35
Cheerleader 2,3,4, Captain 45 G.A.A. 1,2,
3,4, President 4, Blue Captaing Sports Club
3,41 Yearbook Club 25 College Club 45
Betty of "Onions in the Stew."
BRIGITTE A. MURAU
Her Ways Are Ways of Pleasantness and
All Her Paths Are Peace
Honor Society 3 yearsg Ardsleyan Photog-
raphy Editorg Varsity Choir 1,2,35 Regional
35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Blue Co-Captain 45
Sports Club 3,4, Secretary 45 Graduation
Usher 35 Yearbook Club 25 Claire of
"Onions in the Stew."
LYNNE MARJORIE NEVINGER
Intelligence, Poise, and Charm
Vice-President 45 Honor Society 9 yearsg
Ardsleyan Typing Editorg Salt 'n' Pepper 15
G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 2,3,45
Betty of "Onions in the Stew."
ROBERTA A. PELLEGRINI
Born with a Gift for Laughter and a
Flair for Art
Secretary 1,2,3,43 Honor Society 5 years3
Ardsleyan Art Editor3 Salt 'n' Pepper 43
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 100W Club, Typing3 Com-
mercial Club 43 Yearbook Club 23 Art
My Words Are Few but Spoken with
Intra-Murals: Basketball 23 Stage Crew 43
Publicity Committee 4.
Good Nature Is the Beauty of the Mind
Honor Society 7 years3 Second Degree 3
yearsg Ardsleyan Art Committeeg Salt 'n'
Pepper l,3Q G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Inter-Class:
Volleyball, Softball 1,2,3,43 Yearbook Club.
..otl9er.r to achieve
CYNTHIA A. PROSKE
Music Is Well Said to Be the Speech
Honor Society 9 years3 Second Degree 1
year3 Third Degree 2,3,4, Corresponding
Secretary 43 Ardsleyan Copy Editor3 Salt
'n' Pepper 1,4, Art Editor 1, Reporter 43
Varsity Choir 1,2,3,4, Secretary 33 Orches-
tra 1,2,3,43 Band 23 Regional 1,2,3,43 All-
State 4g All-Eastem 43 Clef Club 3,43
G.A.A. l,2,3,43 Spanish Club 33 Gradua-
tion Usher 33 Student Government Cam-
paign Publicity Manager 33 Miss Garvey of
"Onions in the Stew."
LINDA R. POLLOCK
Dark Hair, Shining Eyes, Quiet Humor
Transfer from Christopher Columbus High
Schoolg Ardsleyan Circulation Committee3
Salt 'n' Pepper 33 College Club 4.
GARY JULES RAGONE
Silence Is More Eloquent Than Words
Transferred in senior year to Carlmont
Campus, San Carlos, California.
tt personal goal
DANIEL F. VIOLA
Always Seen Smiling, a Friend to All
Salt 'n' Pepper 2,45 Intra-Murals: Football
45 Electricians' Club 1,2,35 Outdoor Club
45 Chefs' Club 25 Rille Club 25 Claud of
"Onions in the Stew."
BRENT R. SMITH
Subtle Humor and Calmness, More
Powerful Than Hercules
Transfer from East High School, Denver,
Colorado5 President 45 Ardsleyan Adver-
tising and Circulation Committees5 Varsity
Basketball Manager 45 Jr. Varsity Basket-
ball Manager 35 Varsity Club 45 Intra-
Murals: Baseball, Football, Basketball 3,45
Graduation Usher 35 Student Council 45
Student Govemment Trustee 45 Outdoor
Club 3,4, Secretary 3,45 Varsity Track 3,45
Hall Monitor 45 College Club 45 Joey of
"Onions in the Stew."
FRANK ANTON SCHAPPACH
Nothing Great Was Ever Achieved
Honor Society 7 yearsg Second Degree 1
yearg Third Degree 45 Ardsleyan Co-Ad-
vertising Editor5 Varsity Choir 1,45 Region-
al 2,3,45 King Balthazar in "Amah1 and
the Night Visitors"5 Dramatics Club l,2,
3,4, President 45 Graduation Usher 35 Year-
book Club 25 Chefs' Club lg College Club
45 Don of "Onions in the Stew."
CHESTER C. SLAYBAUGH, JR.
Such Popularity Must Be Deserved
Vice-President 3,45 Ardsleyan Advertising
Committee5 Varsity Choir l,2,3,45 Regional
1,3,45 Varsity Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 35
Jr. Varsity Basketball 15 Varsity Baseball
1,2,3,45 Varsity Club l,2,3,4, President 3,45
Intra-Murals: Football, Baseball l,2,3,45
Electricians' Club l,2,3,4, President 45
Stage Crew l,2,3,4, Electrician 45 Student
Council 25 Student Government Trustee
3,45 Yearbook Club 2, President 25 Chefs'
Club 25 Boy Scouts l,2, Star Scout5 Harry
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Seated: W. Anderson, M. Jetter, W. Meuser, T.
Gannon, S. Hassell, M. Cassens, J. Hashagen
Standing: R. Freundel, R. Clute, P. Engelkirk,
Miss D. Pelda, M. Baker, L. Beall, K. Milton.
Seated: J. Westervelt, N. Reynaud, M. Scheller, F.
Sheldon, L. Schoenstein, M. Schultz, M. Larsen
Standing: R. Mooney, R. Sherman, S. Sage, J.
Whelan, Miss D. Pelda, H. Weinman, K. Moore,
S. Ozern, P. Weiss.
Front Row: V. Duke. Second Row: D. Gucken-
biehl, T. Cappetta, E. Calhoun. Third Row: K.
MCComb, R. Hughes, L. DeNardo, D. Klein. Back
Row: J. Alutto, I. Carlson, A. Hamilton, J.
Galligan, Mrs. C. Felter, M. J. Flanigan.
Seated: S. Ward, J. Schwartz, P. Robinson, R.
Mooney. Standing: J. Medovich, A. Pasquale, I.
Murau, Mrs. C. Felter, S. Nash, E.. Rooney,
T be working class...
Mrs. Catherine Felter and Miss Dorothy
M. Pelda, Teachers-"Bring the camera!"
"Think of a theme!" "Get that ad!" These
were very familiar words to the members
of the Board of Editors of the Ardsleyan
and to the JUNIOR CLASS as a whole.
All year long, the group faithfully dedi-
cated themselves to what they hoped
would be the best yearbook ever. Our
oflicers are Pres. Flo Sheldon, Vice-Pres.
Herb Weinman, Sec. Diane Guckenbiehl,
and Treas. Willis Anderson. Class mothers
are Mrs. C. Klein, Mrs. D. Pasquale, Mrs.
F. Cassens and Mrs. E. Ozern.
if the backbone. ..
Mrs. Robert Bell and Mr. Leslie Gibian,
Teachers-With a reluctant sigh, the
SOPHOMORES sadly left Biology Camp
at Croton Point. The walks to the clay
pits, seeing the famous Charter Oak, and
the remembrance of the last campfire out
on the point are fond memories. Our P.X.
at basketball games was another memor-
Seated: H. Ward, K. Waldemar, P. Wickersham, T
Ozern. Standing: P. Witha.m, G. Osterberg, V. Pel-
legrini, M. Scola, P. Reynaud, R. Wallitt, A
Schafer, W. Whelan, K. Yocis, Mrs. Bell.
Seated: P. Brandon, B. McKeough, L. Mestern, V.
LeCount. R. Capra. Standing: J. Munsell, E. Bohn,
Mrs. Bell, J. KiPP, M. J. Blatz, N. Fasenfeld, C.
Boccumini, P. Burrows, C. Fon.
able event. Class officers are Pres. Patricia
Witham, Vice-Pres. Wayne Boulton,
Treas. Paul Brandon, and Sec. Patricia
Reynaud. The class mothers are Mrs. W.
Boulton, Mrs. F. Cecelin, Mrs. R. Bur-
rows, and Mrs. J. Reynaud.
Front Ron F Cecelm A Bliss C DAndrea Mr
L Gibran S Benning R Hamilton A Damore
Badt Ron J Hines D Clarke W Boulton M
Dubenchiek T Goodwin J Evans
Front Row V Lapmna E Locuratolo L Quist
Second Ron R Sankey L Nardecchm Mr L
Gibran C lstvin G Mackey Y Tunmrd J
Whitney. Back Ron: P. Lombardi C. Lehmkuhl
G. Whitney J. Nol'1nder.
Mr. Clarence Felter and Mr. Frank Kluge,
Teachers-Oh! Woe be it to the FRESH-
MEN. Their strongest desire is for time
to fly until they become upperclassmen
also. The initial hurdle they have to pass
is entering the auditorium bravely amid
the cheering for them at their first assem-
bly. After this initiation into high school,
they find it's a good feeling getting used
to being on their own.
.. the bulwark
Front Row: R. Mulvey, L. Stanaway, K. Malloy
L. De Backer. Second Row: R. Mucxle. W. Wette:
rauer, J. Beninati, T. Waldeier, W. Shaughncssy
S. Van Leer, D. Riva, G. Whaley, A. Shuart.
Seated-Left: J. Kuhlman, K. Hassell, G. Norton
Seated-Right: J. Riccio, F. Nilsen, R. M. Karr
Standing: L. Hughes, D. McComb, P. Grutzner
N. Hoy, J. Liverani, A. Kovacik.
Seated: Mr. Felter, C. Galgay. Standing: D. Ewald
J. Freeman, L. Drucker, P. Gatti, G. Cuddeback
D. Clarke, E. Aim, B. Cook, T. Fatigate, N. Gold
ner, J. Goldman.
of an nation.
Seated: C. O'Connor. Second Row: V. Rosler, G.
Ramin, G. McLoughlin, C. Nash, J. Pardy, B.
Mead, P. Rose, S. Klores, D. Nugent, R. Raicht,
Front R0w.' L. Hall, D. Kavovit. Second Row: A
Liverzani, C. Cassano, S. Kreymborg. Back Row
P. McDonough, R. Massaro, C. Hughes, P. Jaeger
J. Locker, C. Gruessing, Mr. .F. Kluge.
Front Row: J. Tino, C. Wolk, B. Zinck, W. Still
man. Sewnd Row: S. Suthergreen, S. Walther, L.
Thompson, Mr. F. Kluge, D. Scola, R. Zegray,
FRESHMAN ofhcers are President Don
Clark, Vice-President Kipp Hassell, Treas-
urer Pat McDonough, Secretary Virginia
Rosler and Student Council Represent-
atives Bruce Cook and Cynthia Wolk.
Our class mothers are Mrs. S. Goldner,
Mrs. S. Klores, Mrs. W. Stillman and Mrsf
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Miss Dorothy M. Pelda
Adviser-in-Chief, Literary and Ad Adviser
Willis Anderson Lloyd Beall
Co-Advertising Editor Co-Advertising Editor
Theresa Cappetta Mary Jane Flanigan
Business Manager Typing Editor
Mr. Ralph Chestnut Mr. Clarence Felter
Art Adviser Circulation Adviser
Laying Out Doublespreads Mr. HOWal'd Hartman Mr. Paul Koors
Miss Pelday MeffYf Sherry Photography Adviser Budget Adviser
From the first mad rush of the ad-campaign
which kept Willis and Lloyd constantly on the
run, hoping and towards the end, praying that
more people might realize what excellent adver-
tising the ARDSLEYAN gives, or maybe even
take an ad out of good-will, or just so we would
stop annoying them, all the way up till the final
book was sent to press, the twelve members of the
BOARD OF EDITORS of the 1957 ARDSLEY-
AN were grateful for being chosen to represent
Ardsley High School and realized what a privilege
it was to be able to widen their horizons in such a
project as this.
Many were the moans which came from
Merry, Muriel, and Sherry as they pondered over
the layout and made measurements exact to l,fl6
of an inch. There were few nights when Mary Jane
wasn't pounding away on her typewriter and when
Flo wasn't up sketching and resketching the art
work. Herb must have done quite a lot of smooth
talking to accomplish what he did during the
circulation campaign. Rich cheerfully dashed
around'doing the ad dummy, stray layout and
cropping pictures while Kendree tried frantically
to scrounge around for a few scraps of pertinent
Miss Cornelia Patteson
BOARD OF EDITORS-M. J. Flanigan, T. Cappetta, R.
Mooney, K. Moore, Miss D. Pelda, D. Guckenbiehl,
Diane and Mr. Hartman
Checking Patron Ads
Mr. Felter and Herb
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BOARD OF EDITORS-M. Baker, M. Cassens, L. Beall,
Miss D. Pelda, W. Anderson, S. Hassell. Absent: F. Sheldon.
Preparing the Ad Section
Rich, Miss Pelda, Lloyd, Willis
information or perhaps to do a forgotten inter-
view. Theresa had quite a task herself balancing
such big accounts and likewise did Diane, check-
ing pictures for all grades and activities.
The editors would like to thank all the ambi-
tious students who weren't on the Board and yet
were always around to help whenever something
was needed. When the call went out for trans-
portation to get ads, John Whelan, without hesi-
tation, would whisk his car down to the school for
our use. Suzie Ozern also aided in this way, as
well as by being a one-girl committee for filling
our "Natural Resources" section. Another helping
hand, Joyce Hasliagen, labored over some linger-
ing layout and actually seemed to enjoy the work.
There were two members of the typing commit-
tee, who we feel did such a nice job that it would
have been unfair to flip a coin to choose between
them. Therefore, the honors go to both Ratricia
Robinson and Joyce Medovich.
We wish to thank Miss Pelda, our adviserg
Mr. Chestnut, Mr. Felter, Mr. Koors, Mr. Hart-
man, and Miss Patteson, for giving so unselfishly
of their time and efforts to aid in making our book
Miss Pelda and Kendree
Balancing the Accounts
Miss Patteson, Mary Jane,
Terry, Mr. Koors
THIRD DEGREE-Seated: D. Mooney, M. Mestern, Miss H. Robbie, B.
Gardiner, C. Proske. Slanding: M. Cassens. M. Baker, D. Clarke, S. Sage,
L. Medovich, D. Clarke, L. Nardecchia, M. Christiano. Absent: Frank
Expemknced leaders. ..
The THIRD DEGREE is officially the
executive body of the Honor Society. Com-
posed of thirteen students, the THIRD DE-
GREE plays an integral part in Ardsley's
tradition. It is responsible for the initiation
of members into the first, second, and third
degree. This Christmas, festive decorations
were arranged in the high school halls in a
successful attempt to spread Yuletide cheer.
The Memorial Park was further completed
by the THIRD DEGREE with the adding
of concrete and with the placing of John
Hackett's plaque. President is Barbara Gar-
diner, vice-president, Duncan Clarke, sec-
retary, Margaret Mesterng and treasurer,
Dave Mooney. Miss H. Robbie is adviser.
Weekly meetings of the COLLEGE CLUB
were held at the homes of the various seniors in
order to explore the advantages and disadvantages
of many different colleges and universities. Ards-
ley High School alumni, who are now enrolled
COLLEGE CLUB-Seated: D. Anglin. Stand-
ing: Mr. P. Koors, J. Berlind, E. Bramble, D.
Mooney. G. Koors, G. Fraguela, E. Marron.
COLLEGE CLUB-Seated: P. Carlyle, N. Nos-
chese. Strzmling: B. Smith, C. Slaybaugh, W
Klores, J. McPartland, A. Haraismowich
Mr. P. Koors.
at college, provided first-hand information to the
group. Tests were taken to help the club members
see what their interests were and what careers
might result. President is Jeffrey Berlindg vice-
prcsident, Edward Bramble, and secretary, Carol
Lotus. Mr. Koors is adviser.
The STUDENT COUNCIL takes quite
a prominent place in the career of our school.
The monitor system, which was begun by
the council last year in order to limit hall
congestion, was continued this year and
proved itself very effective even though the
number of students increased greatly. Stu-
dent electionsg the Merry Munch, a girl-ask-
boy dance, holiday socials and then the big
event of the year, the Senior Prom, were
some of the various programs offered. Presi-
dent is Lynn Egys vice-president, Walter
Kloresg treasurer, Jeffrey Berlind and sec-
retary, Ruth Mooney. The adviser is Mr.
Twice a month the members of the YEAR-
STUDENT COUNCIL-Seated: C. Wolk, W. Klores, D. Mooney,
L. Egy, J. Berlind, S. Sage. D. Clarke, B. Smith. Standing: P. Witham,
E. Bohn, Mr. F. Kluge, B. Cook. Absent: R. Mooney.
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BOOK CLUB, who may be Arclsleyan editors
and committee members in their junior year, meet
to learn terms such as "bleed" and "montage"
used in the printing and photographic fields. They
also learn how to prepare and lay-out the dummy
on graph paper, how to crop pictures proportion-
ately, how to use the printer's slide-rule, and
how to finance their yearbook. The club consists
of sophomores who are interested in comparing
yearbooks from various schools for novel ideas,
sometimes the Ardsleyan is exchanged for year-
books from neighboring schools. President is
Patricia Withamg secretary, Patricia Reynaud, and
Miss Dorothy Pelda, adviser.
YEARBOOK CLUB-Seated: E. Locuratolo,
L. Quist. Standing: C. D'Andrea, S. Benning,
C. Boccumini, M. Scola. E. Bohn, Y. Tunnard,
M. J. Blatz, P. Wickersham, Miss D. Pelda
Absent: J. Kipp, N. Fasenfeld, R. Wallitt.
YEARBOOK CLUB-Seated: T. Ozern. G.
Mackey, A. Schafer, G. Whitney. Standing: V.
LeCount, G. Osterberg, L. Mestern, P. Witham.
R. Hamilton, P. Reynaud, V. Pellegrini. H
Ward, Miss D. Pelda.
The ORCHESTRA members, composed
of some of Ardsley's most elite musicians, are
offered valuable opportunities to gain experi-
ence by their performances for the Parent-
Teachers' Association, assembly programs, the
Spring Concert, and senior graduation. Ad-
vanced players are rewarded for continued
regular practice by being chosen for participa-
tion in either the All-State or All-County Or-
chestra or both. Mr. Mitchell C. Vincent is the
Musik nmftemt ..
With Miss Haymond as adviser, the
BAND became a gala and integral part of the
Ardsley community this year. Performing for
the groundbreaking ceremony of the new school
and for the two outdoor memorial services, as
well as at the annual Memorial Day parade,
was among the highlights of the music year.
The officers are President Edward Aim, Vice-
President Kipp Hassell, Secretary Sherry Has-
sell, Treasurer George Norton, Librarian Bruce
Cook, and Reporters Dottie Kight and Judy
CLEF CLUB-Seated: Mr. M. Vincent. Standing:
T. Cappetta, S. Hassell, C. Proske, M. Cassens, M.
Christiano, M. Baker, M. Mestern. Absent: C.
make mer melodzleut
To the music student who has been ac-
cepted in the CLEF CLUB, there is formed a
rewarding memory, coveted forever. Its mem-
bers create the rules of conduct and marking
for each musical organization as well as the
planning of the concerts. Mr. Vincent is the
In the first semester the VARSITY
CHOIR was a mixed group, boys and girls.
The delightful opera, 'LAmahl and the Night
Visitorsf' was put on by this group with tre-
mendous success. In the second semester, it
was changed to a girls' chorus which helped
present the Spring Concert and various other
musical programs. Our oflicers are President
Margaret Mestern, Vice-President Merry
Baker, Secretary Sherry Hassell, and Mr. Vinl
cent is adviser.
Great literature. ..
The SALT 'Ni PEPPER CLUB is com-
posed of a group of students, each having
his own special job. About every six weeks
they edit a publication containing editorials,
sports columns, jokes, interviews, and gen-
eral town talk. This periodical is known to
everyone as the SALT 'N' PEPPER, whose
name is, of course, derived from the club.
Editor-in-Chief is Waher Klores, typing
editor, Marjorie Jetter, art editor, Joyce
Medovich. Mr. Koors is adviser.
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The thirty-five members of the JOUR-
NALISM CLUB, composed of freshmen,
meet once a week for instruction on forms
for sentences, headlines, and columns. They
learn the proper way to go about getting an
interview and how to make the most of the
information which they gather. Adviser of
the JOURNALISM CLUB is Mr. Koors.
The officers are President Virginia Rosler
and Vice-President Jo Anne Riccio.
JOURNALISM CLUB-Seated: C. Wolk, V. Rosler,
S. Walther, L. Thompson, P. Rose. Standing: D.
Ewald, J. Pardy, R. Massaro, L. Drucker, G. Cudde-
back, S. Klores, S. VanLeer, W. Shaughnessy, L.
Stanaway, P. McDonough, Mr. Koors.
JOURNALISM CLUB-Seated: C. Galgay, S. Suther-
green, G. Norton, N. Hoy. Standing: K. Malley, A
Kovacik, R. Kerr, J. Goldman, C. Cassano, J. Riccio
L. Hughes, A. Liverzani, B. Mead, R. Raicht, S
Kreymborg, N. Goldner.
SALT 'N' PEPPER-Seated: E. Calhoun, D. Anglin,
R. Sherman. L. Kreymborg, G. Proske, M. Scheller,
D. Mooney, R. Pellegrini, J. Medovich. Standing:
W. Klores, M. J. Flanigan, J. Berlind, E. Bramble.
M. Jetter, S. Ozern. Absent: C. Morris.
With the aid of Mr. Chestnut, the ad-
viser, the ART CLUB became an active or-
ganization, developing culture and style as
well as the creative talents of its members.
The lower hall bulletin board was decorated
with fine examples of all types of projects
'fWould you believe it? I made this
all by myself." These words refiected the
satisfaction of the participants of the SEW-
ING CLUB, sponsored by Mrs. Howes.
With a few yards of material, many different
patterns, and sewing machines, this club
finished many lovely articles in a profes-
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ART CLUB-Seared: S. Klores, L. Hughes, J. Gold-
man, S. Van Leer. Standing: Mr. R. Chestnut, W.
Wetterauer, T. Gannon, N. Hoy. Absent: J. Kipp.
SEWING CLUB-Seated: V. Lapiana, E. Bohn, M. I
Blatz. Standing: C. lstvan, J. Riccio, S. Benning, G
Osterber P. Witham V. LeCount C. Boccumini
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P. Reynaud, R. A. Hamilton, C. ,Gruessing, Mrs.
Howes, J. Tino.
SPANISH CLUB-Seated: L. Beall. S. Hassell, R.
Clute. Standing: R. Mooney, M. Baker, Miss H
Robbie, M. Cassens, L. Schoenstein, H. Weinman
l. Murau, M. Schultz.
widens our' horizons. ..
The main objective of the 1957 SPAN-
ISH CLUB is to give its members a chance
to become more familiar with the Spanish
language and customs. Much of the meeting
time was spent in conversation as the stu-
dents practiced typical phrases, idioms and
sentences. Then, of course, there was the
traditional Christmas party, when the "pina-
ta" was finally broken after many unsuccess-
ful attempts. The officers are President
Sherry Hassell and Secretary Herb Weinman.
Sefrorita Robbie is adviser.
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COMMERCIAL CLUB-M. Jetter, T. Cappetta,
M. Larsen, J. Medovich, M. J. Flanigan.
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COMMERCIAL CLUB-Seated: M. Scheller, D.
DeSimone, R. Pellegrini, L. Kreymborg, P. Robin-
son, L. Nevinger. Standing: D. Anglin, Miss C.
Patteson. G. Fraguela, E. Calhoun, H. Hamilton.
The COMMERCIAL CLUB is composed of
twenty students interested in secretarial work. Our
oflicers are: President Evelyn Kreymborgg Vice-
President Marjorie Jetterg Secretary Dorothy
Anglin and Treasurer Elneta Calhoun. School
news reporter is Mary Jane Flanigan. Louise
DeNardo takes care of the refreshment commit-
tee. The year started oil? with an exciting trip to
New York to the National Business Show, which
was held in the new Coliseum. We also visited
Sonotone, Geigy, and Reader's Digest during the
year, and we had a picnic to wind up our activities.
and breed! Cultura
The Masque and Triangle dramaucs group
was organized in September. THE DRAMATICS
CLUB visited New York and saw "No Time for
Sergeantsf' an hilarious Broadway comedy. In
spite of our diihculty in finding a time and an
opportunity to meet, by having occasional eve-
ning rehearsals the group managed to put on "No!
No! No!" a skit much enjoyed in January by the
high school assembly. Frank Schappach is presi-
dentg Linda DeSola, vice-presidentg Susan Ozern,
secretaryg Penny Rose, treasurer, and Mrs. E.
DRAMATICS CLUB-Seated: L. Hughes, R. Freundel.
Standing: Mrs. E. Koenig, M. J. Blatz, P. Rose, L.
DeSoIa, S. Ozern, P. Brandon, D. Klein. Absentr C.
Morris, F. Schappach. U
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Planning all G.A.A. activities, enforc-
ing rules, scheduling when the teams are to
play, and ofliciating at all games, are just
a few of the jobs bestowed on a member of
SPORTS CLUB. This year sweatshirts,
whose emblem was designed by Ingrid Carl-
son, a club member, were sold to raise
money. Also, the sale of soda and candy at
G.A.A. games paid for a trip in early June.
The officers are Pres. M. Christiano, Sec.
B. Murau, and Treas. M. Mestern. Miss G.
Roll is adviser.
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Sporty activities. ..
Although the GIRLS' ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION is a completely voluntary
organization, G.A.A. captures a higher per-
centage of girls than any other club. Through
the year, it seems that as soon as a member
is becoming skillful at a particular sport,
such as volleyball, basketball, badminton or
softball, she is ready to try a new one.
SPORTS CLUB- -Front: L. Medo-
Gardiner. Center: G. Mestern, N.
Noschese, M. Cassens. Back: I. Carl-
son, S. Hassell, S. Sage, Miss Roll.
S. Suthergreen, E. Bohn,
B. Mead, I, Carlson, M.
Scola, R. Sherman, R. A.
Hamilton, P. Reynaud, V.
Rosler, R. Kerr.
J. Hashagen and
VARSITY CLUB-Front: C. Slay-
baugh, L. Egy, B. Smith, P. Karcher,
I. McPartland, Coach M. Jackman.
Back: E. Bramble, I. Berlind, D.
Mooney, G. Koors, K. McComb, R.
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The Girls' Athletic Association has
proven to be excellent training, as it gives
everyone a chance to develop a more versa-
tile character through team-play and good-
sportsmanship. This year the president is
Nancy Noschese and secretary, Mary Jane
Flanigan. Miss Grace Roll is the adviser.
The members of the VARSITY CLUB
ofliciate at inter-class and intra-mural com-
petition. Meetings are held once a month
by Coach Jackman, adviser. Their main
responsibility includes setting leadership in
all interscholastic activities and promoting
interest in them. Each year they sponsor an
amusing basketball game between the Intra-
mural All-Stars and the faculty. Olhcers are
Pres. Chet Slaybaugh, Vice-Pres. Dave
Mooney, and Sec.-Treas. Rich Mooney.
N. Reynaud L Mestern
B. Gardiner M Christnno
L. Mcdovich N Noschese
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VARSITY BASKETBALL-Front: C. Slaybaugh, D.
Mooney, K. McComb, J. McPartland, R. Mooney.
Back: Mr. M. Jackman, coach, J. Berlind, W. Klores
A. DeRocha, C. Copeland, L. Egy, P. Karcher,
Koors, B. Smith.
This year the CHEERLEADERS really
had somet-hing to crow about. All decked out in
new blue jumpers and gold-striped blouses, our
girls expertly exhibited the school colors at all
sports games which warranted their presence.
CHEERLEADERS-D. Guckenbiehl, D. Anglin, D.
Scola, P. Carlyle, B. Gardiner. Absent: A. Bliss, V.
...cmd emerged vzkt0rz'ou.r.
The 1957 VARSITY BASKETBALL team
deserves a plaque of solid gold for the sportsman-
ship and playing ability which they displayed this
season. After having achieved the title of co-
champions in the Western Westchester League,
with an unsurpassable record of I9 wins and only
one loss, the team, coached by Mr. Michael
Jackman, went all the way to capture the coveted
Class "C" Championship. Ken McComb was
chosen the most valuable player as well as having
the honor of being on the All-County New York
team and the Westchester Macy Team. Jack
McPartland and Dave Mooney each won awards
as the most improved players, and Chet Slaybaugh
won the Con-Edison award in December. Dave
Mooney and Ken McComb are co-captains, Glenn
Koors and Brent Smith, co-managers.
The JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL team
rightly merited the unotlicial title of champions of
the Junior League with an insuperable record of ten
wins and no losses. These boys displayed the ad
mirable qualities of co-operativeness, unselfishness
and willingness which inevitably were the reasons for
their success. A delectable victory supper was en
joyed by all at Coach Einhorn's house at the season s
end. Kenneth Waldemar and Wayne Boulton are
co-captains, and Lee Hall and Herb Weinman are
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Front: E. Aim, K.
Hassell, W. Boulton, H. Weinman, D. McComb, Mr. E.
Einhorn, R. Mulvey. Back: L. Beall, J. Hines, K. Yocis, K.
Waldemar, P. Lombardi, D. Clarke, J. Evans, D. Clarke.
Absent: R. Sankey.
... above all competition.
Anticipation filled the heart of each VAR-
SITY BASEBALL player during the tense mo-
ments towards the end of a game. The spectators
sat ramrod straight in their seats. The opposing
batter was hot and over-anxious, prepared either
to bathe in glory or to squirm in the dust as it
was now the ninth inning with two out and he was
at the plate with two strikes on him. STR-R-R-
l-K-E THREE! Ardsley wins one to nothing! The
crowd has now begun to swarm around the jubi-
lant coach of the Varsity team, Mr. M. Jackman.
This year we were proud to be able to say, "This
was our biggest seasonf' A total of eight games, a
record-breaking number, was played against four of
our rival schools. Nine new players had the honor
of being chosen for the JUNIOR VARSITY BASE-
BALL team. With the aid of Mr. Hesse and the
coaching of Mr. Felter, all the players gained valu-
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL-Front: H. Wein
man K Hassell J Liverani D Kavovit R Mulve
' ' : - 9 - , . y,
P. Gatti. Back: Coach C. Felter, J. Beninati, R.
Muckle, J. Westervelt, J. Munsell, E. Aim, D. Clarke
K. Yocis, K. Waldemar, D. Clarke, P. Lombardi
W. Whelan, G. Norton.
VARSITY BASEBALL-Front: W. Boulton, G.
Koors, R. Sankey, J. Evans, P. Karcher. Back: Coach
M. Jackman, D. Mooney, R. Mooney, K. McComb,
C. Slaybaugh, I. Young. Absent: W. Anderson, J.
Proof of the ability of the CHEER-
LEADERS is on display in the trophy case, it
is an award won for novel cheers, coordination.
clear voices, and in general, characteristics ot
an A-1 squad. The captain is Nancy Noschese
and co-captain is Barbara Gardiner. Mrs. Le
Count is adviser.
CHEERLEADERS-S. Sage, R. Kerr, N. Noschese,
G. Fraguela, S. Ward.
Cloezllenges and adventure or all...
TRACK-G. Whaley, G. Cuddeback,
B. Cook, T. Goodwin, W. Wetterauer,
Brent Smith and Jeffrey Berlind
Carl Fon, Coach T. Figlia, Larry
Coached by Mr. T. Figlia, the members of
the TRACK team may someday be able to capture
a title at the Olympics or perhaps win the decath-
lon. In any case, the boys surely exhibit good
sportsmanship and display to advantage the school
colors of blue and gold in their track uniforms.
TRACK B McKeough R Capra J Berlmd B
Smith D McComb Coach T Figlia D Klein
old and young. ..
As is customary, the BIOLOGY CAMP was
again held at Croton Point this year. Because of the
large biology enrollment, it was divided into two sec-
tions of two-and-a-half days each. Although students
had their customary good time, the teachers felt that
time pressed unusually to accomplish all of the
biology desirable. Mr. Roth and Mr. Horend, Build-
ing Principal, conducted the classes with Mrs. Ho-
rend as camp mother, in charge of housekeeping and
The health class also enjoyed a three-day camp
in the spring. This year's freshmen are eagerly look-
ing forward to a camp experience next fall. As well
as the desire for a fresh-air, right-on-the-spot educa-
tion, there is always the hope that the weather
might make possible an exhilarating dip in either the
Croton or the Hudson River. There are also the
evenings which are packed with planned or student
do-it-yourself activities, which always add to the
overall enjoyment of these excursions.
OUTDOOR EDUCATION is an adventure ap-
proach to leaming and to the practice of good citizen-
ship traits. It has been developed in Ardsley under
the leadership of District Principal Arthur W.
Silliman, High School Principal Mr. Horend, Dept.
Head Mr. Thomas, and interested faculty members
to a position of leadership in New York State's edu-
Youth craves adventure, new places, new mean-
ings, new friendships, new opportunities. Undirected,
this drive can easily lead away from school and even
to acts of delinquency. The adventure approach to
learning through Outdoor Education projects can
channel this tremendous drive into powerful motiva-
tion for better citizenship, not only in more efficient
subject matter learning, but in the more important
fields of group living, co-operation, conservation,
patriotism, reverence, individual responsibility and
strength of character.
"Pupils learn by reacting, not by being passive
targets for printed or spoken words," finds Professor
Donald H. Ross in summarizing recent educational
Outdoor Education projects provide an adven-
ture environment stimulating fo young people and
confirm the conclusion of Dr. L. B. Sharp of Life
Camps that the more direct the instruction, the easier
the learning, the longer remembered and the more
apt to lead on to further investigation, making school
books more meaningful.
The Ardsley program of Outdoor Education in-
cludes such a variety of experiences as extended field
trips to Albany, the White Mountains, Valley Forge,
and Washington, D. C.
A week of school camping for Grade 8 is held
at Croton Point using the facilities of county-owned
Camp Senasqua. Here they visit the Treaty Oak
where the land was purchased from the Indians, the
site of an old brick yard and early buildings reminis-
cent of the plantation system of the South. They
study tides, stars, and trees, and take their share of
cooking, clean-up, and other responsibilities.
The high school department sponsors specialized
camps for science and for public health at tenth grade
OUTDOOR CLUB-Mr. T. Figlia, B. Smith, L.
Egy, D. Viola, J. Berlind
OUTDOOR CLUB-R. Mooney, D. Mooney K
McComb, G. Koors, A. Harais
in outdoor education activitzer
Two clubs are associated with the Outdoor
Education program. THE MOUNTAINTOP
CLUB consists of grade pupils, who have gone
on three or more field trips into or towards the
mountains. Membership is open to any interested
pupil in the upper grades and usually a whole
class or a half class will go at a time.
THE OUTDOOR CLUB is a smaller group
of high school boys interested in ruggedlcamping.
They select their own membership and plan their
expeditions depending on advice from members
of the faculty interested in camping. They enjoy
breaking the ice in the water bucket on a cold
morning in the Blue Ridge or building an igloo to
supplement their camp site in the Catskills.
At long loft
Mr. Everett E. Einhom, Teacher-"Always
busy" seems to be the motto of GRADE 8E.
In shop the boys made bead frames which
have aided them in math. For art we exhibited
projects on the walls. We put on an assembly
television program skit in March. The year
was climaxed with the wonderful eighth grade
Prom. Our officers are Pres. C. Smith, Vice-
Pres. B. Guck, Corres. Sec. V. Thompson,
Rec. Sec. J. Stagliano, Treas. J. Speicher, and
Reporter N. Lapitino. Class mothers are Mrs.
M. Ullman and Mrs. H. Hausman.
Mr. Everett Einhorn
Seated: Mr. E. Einhorn. Front Row: E. Hausman
M. Ozern, J. Reynaud, B. Seeger, V. Thompson
A. Brumberg. Second Row: J. Olbert, V. Bechtold
F. Bramble, J. Stagliano, S. Smiton, M. Schein
Left Row: A. Paino, E. McGovern, C. Gatti, N
Lapitino. Right Row: G. Wehmeyer, J. Fon S
lstvan, Mr. Einhorn, S. Ullman, S. Pasquini E
Haraismowich. Absent: J. Montaruli.
Front Row: S. Thomas, S. Parachini, C. Freed
Second Row: B. Guck, D. Tidaback, J. Speicher
R. Bennett, J. De Simone, C. Smith, Mr. E. Em
the age has come...
Mr. Charles Roth, Teacher-In GRADE 8R
we set up our class as a science room in which
constellations were displayed. With the aid of
our science club pets, we soon had a regular
menagerie composed of hamsters, turtles, alli-
gators, tropical fish, and an opossum. In the
spring along with the other eighth grades, we
had a very successful conservation project.
Our class oflicers are Pres. William Duke,
Vice-Pres. Connie Coggins, Sec. Edmund
Moore, and Treas. Lawrence Weinman. Our
class mothers are Mrs. Liverzani and Mrs.
Seated: Mr. Roth. Front Row: J. Purdy, E. Brady
E. Brookings, W. Duke, R. Liposky. Back Row
H. Baker, P. Carlson, C. Bitting, A. de Tarnowsky
Seated: L. Weinman. C. Harkewitz. Standing: K.
Moore, Mr. Roth. D. Hines, C. Coggins, P. Muller.
R. Colten, K. McGlynn, E. Moore, C. DeRosa.
Seated: T. Gardiner. Standing: Mr. Roth, W. Geer,
L. Vieiro, R. Wedekind, R. Liverzani, J. Casadone
J. Mullahy. Alv.ren1.' R. Massaro, D. Schaefer, E
Mr. Charles E. Roth
... when the world
Mr. Harlan A. Thomas, T eacher-As a high
spot on our program, GRADE 8T made our
yearly trip to Croton Point to learn history and
science. In December we had a party and dance
at Ardsley High School. We made a pilgrimage
to Valley Forge early in May. This historic
shrine helped us to understand better the strug-
gle our early country endured. We are proud to
be a part of the largest eighth grade graduating
class in the history of Ardsley. Our officers are
Pres. Dorothy Kight, Vice-Pres. Guy Lundberg,
Sec. Robin Shore, and Treas. Judy Osterberg.
Class mothers are Mrs. Edward Delagi and Mrs.
Seatea: K. Eckelman, G. Jenter. Standing: R.
Brooks, W. Papovitch, A. Jacob, C. Murtough, D.
Kight, W, Delagi, G. Winston, D. Serrano.
Seated: J. Prestholdt, J. Galgay. Standing: J. E.
Cauvet. G. Hurst, N. Wild, H. Bernstein, S. Geyer,
G. Lundberg. R. Shore. Absent: B. Edelstein. M.
Krauss, C. Townsend.
Seated: J. Esposito, R. Neubauer. Standing: P
Waite, J. Beeh. C. Nolander. J. Stern, S. Smith, C.
Baldauf, J. Osterberg, R. Parrish, Mr. H. A
Mr. Harlan A. Thomas
ofthe Upper Grades
and all its cballen er...
Mr. Thomas T. Figlia, Teacher-Besides en-
joying several social events during the year,
GRADE 7F made excursions to Mt. Riga and
Valley Forge in Octoberaand to Albany in Feb-
ruary. These trips were valuable in our study of
New York State history and geography. Also we
looked into the procedures of county and vil-
lage administrations so that we will be well ex-
perienced for our Student Govemment Day
when we are in the upper grades. Our classes
were held in the new wing of the Methodist
church. Our class oflicers change every month.
Class mothers are Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Sil-
Mr. Thomas J. Figlia
Cortland State Teachers'
Front Row: D. Horbal, A. Bennett, W. lzzolo
Second Row: M. Elliott, D. Clute, D. Andrews, D
Rooney, Mr. Figlia, L. Britt.
Seated: C. Weinberger. Standing: C. Wallitt. T
Lofgren, A. Sheldon, S. Martin, M. Hoy. K. Yocis
F. Holser, S. Young, Mr. T. Figlia. Absent: G
Seated: Mr. Figlia. Standing: T. Waldeier, L. Lar-
sen, J. Dowe, G. Hellthaler, J. Sankey, S. Silver-
man, D. Schafer.
Front Row: D. KnaPP, J. Beckman, J. Smith.
Second Row: R. Brandon, P. Hirsch, P. Osterberg,
Mr. Hesse, N. Stien, W. Love, S. Portman.
Mr. Robert L. Hesse
.. unfold bjore ui:
Mr. Robert L. Hesse, Teacher-In October
GRADE 7H took a trip to Museum Village,
where old shops were displayed in miniature.
Later, we made an extensive study of the Hun-
garian situation and discussed the problem. Our
class collected money and sent it to the Inter-
national Rescue Committee in an effort to help
in the crisis. Our officers are Pres. Thomas Pan-
coast, Vice-Pres. Carl Jenter, Sec. Ann Ridings,
Treas. Thomas Witham, and Class Reporter
Richard Brandon. Class mothers are Mrs. J.
Ciofalo and Mrs. E. Pancoast.
Front Row: Mr. Hesse, D. Goodman. Second Row:
A. Ridings, ff. Witham, K. Cassens, A. lnversin,
R. Cook, A. Ciofalo, B. Insky, S. Witham.
Left Row: S. Hockman. Center Row: E. Korbin,
G. Laudato, R. Hirschfeld, T. Pancoast. Right
Row: Mr. Hesse, D. MacKenzie, S. Werner, M.
Burns, C. Jenter.
Mrs. Barbara Jean Junge
We are becoming. ..
Mrs. Barbara J. Junge, Teacher-During the
past year, GRADE 7J focused its attention on
current events. On our five bulletin boards, we
tacked pictures, cartoons, and articles having
to do with subjects such as sports, segregation,
and the Suez Canal. We kept a chart which re-
corded our score for good citizenship. The re-
ward for a high score was a class party. Our
officers changed, so that more people would
have a chance to be executives. Our class
mothers are Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Reilly.
Front Row: M. Scaperrotta, M. Schappach. J. Per-
rotta. Second Row: M. Muckle, P. Bell. P. Kazan.
J. Pascone, Mrs. B. J. Junge. M. Lehmkuhl. L.
Front Row: E. Hanrahan, V. Waldemar, E. Brown.
C: Gruessing. Svcond Row: E. Bosch. F. Marron.
A. Hellthaler, P. Koors, G. Taranto. Mrs. B. J.
Miss Margaret Wesp, Teacher--Last fall
GRADE 7W visited Mt. Riga in Connecticut
and later on the capitol at Albany, covered in
our social studies book. Our Teen Age Book
Club, the "Reader's Digest," and extensive
reading of narrative poetry further enriched
our literary knowledge. To become better ac-
quainted with students from another area, we
exchanged letters with pen pals in the West.
Our officers are Pres. Meredith Whaley, Vice-
Pres. Cornelius O'Leary, and Sec.-Treas. Joan
Walther. Class mothers are Mrs. Donald John-
son and Mrs. Digby Whitman.
Miss Margaret Wesp
New York University
Front Row: R. Patton, S. Shiller, P. Anthony.
Second Row: C. O'Leary, J. Jenkins, P. Sarasohn,
G. Seberg, A. Terrington, S. Mfattson, P. Burger,
J. Walther, Miss Wesp.
Front Row: J. Suthergreen, N. Milton, S. Neilson,
V. Galano, H. Ardanowski. Second Row: E.
Schultz, M. Whaley, R. Nicholas, P. Mestern, T.
Iaguinto. Back Row: Miss Wesp, K. Sullivan.
Seated: Miss Wesp. Standing: S. Johnson, R. Mor-
ris, J. Fraguela, R. Galgay, D. Egy, C. VanDorn,
L. Marpet, M. Militscher, R. Pestone, A. Marks.
makin a place. ..
Mrs. Esther Allison, Teacher-GRADE 6A
has enjoyed participating in the sixth grade
chorus. In art class for the first time we were
allowed to use the high school art room.
Another project which we shared in was a
terrarium. We put a caterpillar in it and
watched it build a cocoon. Our class oflicers
are Pres. Philip Guck, Vice-Pres. Michael
Creagan, Treas. Philip Guckenbiehl, and Sec.
Mary Chris Bailey. Our class mothers are Mrs.
A. Kalmykow and Mrs. R. Denike.
Front Row: E. McCormack, K. Crysler, G. A.
Paino, B. Duke. Second Row: A. Fatigate, M. Kil-
strom, B. Atalese, E. Grandolfi, P. Guckenbiehl,
C. Kalmykow. Absent: M. C. Bailey.
Left Row: C. Hinnen, E. Copeland, L. Freedman.
Center Row.'. W. Doughty, J. Glaberson, J. Casa-
done. Right Row: C. Geer, M. Greagan, S. Brin-
Seated: Mrs. Allison. Standing: C. Andrews, R.
MacKenzie, S. Rinaldi, J. Martin, D. Lapitino, D.
Muraug P. Guck, S. Neilsen, R. Denike, D. Bliss.
Mrs. Esther Allison
University of Buffalo
Mrs. Ruth Duke, Teacher-In GRADE 6D
our project on the Near East inspired our
paintings. We also made an extensive study of
Europe and various parts of the world. Under
Miss Haymond's direction we put on a very
successful operetta this spring. Mr. Chestnut
also aided us toward better self-expression by
starting an art club. Our class officers are Pres.
Diana Nardecchia, Vice-Pres. Gerald Green,
Sec. Arlene Ardanowski, and Treas. George
Istvan. The class mothers are Mrs. G. M.
Green and Mrs. W. Decker.
Left Row: D. Geyer, E. Gardiner, Mrs. Duke, D.
Nardecchia, E. Mayersohn, D. Decker. Center
Row: G. Green, C. Edgar, L. Rosler, J. Feurer, C.
Kazan. Right Row: M. Watson, C. Kent, S. Ross,
R. DeVries, W. Istvan.
Front Row: E. Leach, P. Wasserman, Mrs. Duke,
M. Slack. Second Row: S. Kaiser, B. McDonough,
M. Schwartz, A. Ardanowski, G. Istvan. L. Robin-
pn. J. Tino, P. Stein.
Mrs. Ruth Duke
as uprzlgbt citizens
Mrs. Alice C. Frischmann, Teacher-Every
morning we in GRADE 6F saluted the Hag
and said a silent prayer before class started.
Letters were exchanged with Paulette Agnano,
a former sixth grader now in Egypt. Ai trip to
Museum Village was one of our rewards for
co-operation in holding our classes in the
Methodist Church. The many parties given by
the class mothers, Mrs. M. Graham and Mrs.
G. Esposito, helped round out a wonderful
year. Our officers changed to give more stu-
dents an opportunity to participate in class
Mrs. Alice Frischmann
Front Row: J. Kipp. Second Row: G. Rinciari, I
Edelstein. Third Row: L. MacLoon, R. Prestholdt
Mrs. Frischmann. Fourth Row: S. Chalmers, R
Carlyle. Last Row: K. Beall, L. Hudson.
Seated: M. E. Saunders, J. A. Esposito. Standing:
S. Einhorn, C. Bernstein, D. lnversin. H. Marcus,
A. Meislin, R. Stroh, Mrs. Frischmann. M. Gra-
ham. Ab.ren1:J. Lieberman, N. Oliver.
Mrs. Helena Snyder, Teacher-GRADE 6S
did group research on the early civilizations
and later concentrated on Asia. Here the class
divided itself into small gatherings for projects,
drawings, and booklets. In accordance with
Clean-Up Week, we drew colorful posters and
presented a delightful play. Also we will long
remember our trip to the Museum of Natural
History. Our oiiicers are Pres. W. Sommers,
Vice-Pres. L. Viola, Sec. B. Bellin, Treas. J.
Dunn, and Librarian S. Whitney. Class
mothers are Mrs. G. Nugent and Mrs. W.
in tomorrowfr world
Seated: L. Hoffman, R. Cook, S. Whitney. Stand-
ing: Mrs. Snyder, J. Strand, M. Flanigan, C. Ray-
burn, J. Nugent, A. Mayersohn, R. Watson, J.
Front Row: L. Sterner, L. Beeh, F. Cartwright, M.
Tidaback, W. Moore, L. Riva. Second Row: B.
Bellin, L. Viola, B. Bowman, C. Meuser, Mrs.
Snyder. Absent: H. Matthews, W. Sommer, E.
Mrs. Helena Snyder
Oswego State Teachers'
Greatly increased enrollment in the elementary grades this
year has made it necessary to include in this section, only a roster
of names for each grade in Kindergarten through Grade 5 as well
as candid pictures which will illustrate the various activities of the
students in these groups.
To aygs Y itlhi
lg 1 V.
Mr Kenneth H. Brown
Mrs Nora Lombardi
Mrs Marie Neubauer
Miss Harriett Edwards
Miss Ethel J Farnham
Mrs Helen Bartholomew
Miss Celia Conklin
Mrs Eleanor Coyne
Miss Eleanor Davis
Miss Gloria Fava
Mrs Ruth Flikkema
Mrs Lesia Haines
Miss Evelyn Hallenbeck
Mrs Ella Le Count
Miss Margaret McGuire
Mrs Patricia McLean
Mr Wiliam Wolter
Miss Margaret Cole
Burger, Jane S.
Crysler, John G.
D'Auria, Thomas W.
Ellis, Myriam G.
Ewald, Alan A.
J etter, Barbara
Lamour, Patricia A.
Mulholland, Daniel I.
Waxenfeld, Joy A.
White, Frank A.
The children of
Mr. Arthur E. Dycke
Bates, Carol Ann'
Britt, William J., Jr.
Chase, Stanley G.
Crisi, Charles F.
Hasiwar, Susan G.
Kahn, Lynn S.
Muller, Arthur R.
Munch, Albert R., Jr.
Olson, Karin E.
Paterson, Doris J.
Seitz, Sally L.
Tancredi, Mary Jo
Thorp, Eric C.
Tortora, Jon A.
Miss Ethel M. Tryon
Begelman, Kenneth M
Bohn, Nancy M.
Burns, Lawrence H.
Cabot, Richard M.
Casey, Robert G.
Clarke, Richard F.
Cook, Donna J.
Dachinger, Sharon P.
Dyer, David W.
Galligan, William D.
Gardiner, Pamela J.
Hurst, Carole L.
Jacobs, Nancy P.
Kenner, Sharon C.
Nilsen, Ellen M.
Nusbaum, Susan M.
Ozern, Enid R.
Washburn, Jeffrey W.
Zito, Louis C.
A HELPING HAND
Weiss, Robert B.
.ftand wkoll united . ..
Miss Ellen Whitman
Bailey, Richard J.
Benner, Rodney S.
Boardman, Constance Mary
Dworkind, Gail Susan
Fernandez, Charles Brooks
Goldstein, Barbara I.
Kanning, Arthur William
McCauley, Jane M.
McMurtrie, Sally Ann
Moriarity, Richard Alden
Nilsen, Ruth E.
Pascone, Kathleen A.
Purdy, Gale Ardith
Roberts, Nancy Jane
Schafer, Charles P.
Solomon, Daniel M.
Tallcott, Alice L.
Tenenbaum, Alan Stuart
Wedekind, Ronald George
Wetterauer, Michael J .
Miss Drucille Cochran
Agnano, Susan E.
Boccumini, Lyn E.
Burrows, Barbara Ann
Decker, Nancy E.
Delmerico, Barbara A.
Denike, Richard A.
Doughty, Jo Anne S.
Ehrens, Gene G.
Johnson, Randy A.
Kirkpatrick, Betty Ann
Mondelli, Diane M.
Riccio, Marie J.
Scallero, Jennifer A.
Spano, Carole A.
Washko, Susan C.
Miss Harriett Edwards
Alexandroff, John R.
Batten, Richard W.
Bell, Walter S.
Bersonnet, Thomas A.
Boyle, Leslie B.
Fitzgerald, Peter J.
Ginter, Kathleen A.
Jacobs, Harry A.
Kenney, Ann Marie
Kohler, Martha L.
Lindbeck, Ronald E.
McClement, John H., Jr.
McQueen, Janet L.
Nahas, Marlene L.
Sassano, Walter R.
Toscani, F. Eugene
Vincent, Linda S.
Mr. Cyril Koch
Bassett, Mary Ann
Toedtemeier, Linda J
Miss Aldene Pearsall
Antelis, Frank L.
Architello, Helen C.
Bailey, Mark J.
Calhoun, Cynthia E.
Chase, John E.
DeFeo, Elizabeth A.
Fisher, Rachel A.
Hines, Margo E.
Kanning, Margaret S.
Kappy, Stephen C.
Lotus, Donna L.
Roberts, Victoria N.
Seitz, R. Edwards
Shuart, Ethel S.
Stanaway, John L.
Mrs. Margaret Y. Reuter
Anderson, Carol L.
Decker, Diane L.
Doscher, John R., Jr.
Grell, Cheryl J.
Haimsohn, Wendy L.
Hill, Larry H.
Leeper, Julia M.
Maxwell, John W.
McCauley, Richard T.
Mestem, Betsy J.
Moriarty, Peter J.
Sharpe, Ann M.
Thomas, John H., Jr.
Turner, Sally L.
Waite, W. Donald
... thanks to freedom,
Miss Edna Williamson
Cerrone, Jeffrey Y.
Cockburn, Ronald R.
Frowd, Linda A.
Henwood, Deborah A.
Roden, Meredith E.
Riviezzo, Margaret E.
Tortora, Jill R.
Walther, Robert F.
Worden, G. Kent
Miss Ruth Hurlbut
Chemet, Jo Ann
Dougherty, William D.
Dyer, J eifrey S.
Gross, John H.
Hutchinson, Jo Ann
J affe, Mark H.
Jenter, Robert C.
Keating, Wenona M.
McMahon, Elizabeth A
Meislin, Arleen B.
Nusbaum, Richard L.
Ross, Sandra S.
Schacter, Margaret A.
Weiner, Karen J.
INTO THE WILD BLUE YONDER
GRADE 3 PLAYHOUSE
lava relzlgion, . ..
Mrs. Janice Ruotolo
Dolan, James A.
Feurer, Gerard R.
Giroux, June A.
Klein, Lauren M.
Knoesel, Kathleen A.
Petretti, Paul J.
Scheller, Philip K:
Trohman, Janet M.
Wilkinson, Coleman C.
Mrs. Fay Speilberger
Browning, Jackson B.,
Fitzgerald, Alan C.
Flanders, Shelly J.
Frank, Patricia A.
Hurlbut, Gail E.
Johnson, Fred W.
Rosaler, Jean A.
Rossi, Patricia M.
Shelton, Linda S.
Sommer, John G.
Miss Helen A. Toomey
Dachinger, James J.
Felton, Julie A.
Gawman, Christine J.
Kluge, Lynn B.
Kramer, Peter D.
LaMarsh, Kenneth J.
Marcus, Harriet B.
Orvis, Steven W.
Squires, Susan E.
Stein, Gail R.
Taxter, Paul A.
Mrs. Vivian Yettru
Baas, Harold F., Jr.
Burpee, Kathy Ann
Edgar, Alexander L.
Ginsbern, Abby G.
Hunt, Kimball R.
Johnson, Allan W.
Kirkpatrick, Treacy A.
Learner, Marilyn S.
Munck, Linda A.
Pascone, Mary L.
Swanson, Kathleen M.
Tino, Kathleen G.
Weinberger, Linda S.
THE READING CORNER
WHO'S GOT THE BALL?
Mrs. Ruth B. Adams
Cabot, Susan L.
Dunn, Janis W.
Einhorn, David W.
Fenton, Richard D.
Hart, Charles R.
Holmes, Douglas R.
Hutchinson, John, Jr.
McClement, Joanne M.
Murtough, William J.
Nomer, Joanna C.
O'Neill, William J.
Peper, Roger S.
Mrs. Dorothy Alshin
Chase, Marilyn G.
Corbin, Charles F., Jr.
Filomena, Gail E.
Geraghty, Janie P.
Grant, Robert J., Jr.
Locker, George S.
McCartney, Dale E.
McGrath, Patricia J.
McMurtie, Jessie C.
Mellon, Craig F.
Tallcott, John F., Jr.
Titcomb, Thayer Ann
Weinberger, Steven I.
Miss Mary Overly
Evans, Bruce W.
Frank, Pamela J.
Kahn, Lawrence J.
Kashchy, John P.
Kohler, Thomas R., Jr.
Leo, William M.
Miller, Roger T.
Miller, William P.
Pasquini, Brenda J.
Squires, Robert P.
Taxter, Virginia E.
Trifero, Angela L.
Washko, Michele J.
Worden, Bonnie L.
Mrs. Doris E. Bunker
Bassett, Walter M.
Bosch, Kathleen M.
Burns, Deborah A.
Edwards, Alison O.
Essenfeld, J effrey
Goldberg, Maxwell S.
Jayne, John W.
Mrs. Margaret Purdy
l-Iorowitz, David S.
Kafalas, Ruth M.
McQueen, Carole L,
Muckle, Jeffrey J.
Sarasohn, Judy C.
Slote, David M.
Stockton, Simon H.
Leddy, Robert T.
Lutz, Kenneth A.
Macko, Michael B.
Mascari, Edward P.
Roberts, Susan L.
Shaughnessy, Josephine I
so important to ur all...
Mrs. Barbara Coat
Greene, Robert J.
Hockman, Gail A.
Jacob, Barbara L.
Kane, Douglas M.
Krisky, Daniel B.
LaMarsh, Catherine F.
Liman, Christine C.
Loefller, David A.
Moore, Stephen C.
Muth, Arthur E., Jr.
Powers, Lois L.
Stapleton, Francis J.
Wilson, Richard H.
Ziserman, Emily Jo
Miss Harriet Gardiner
Anderson, David C.
Atlass, Robert Bruce
Boyle, Kathryn H.
Burpee, Laurie Jane
Carlo, Robert L.
Fitch, Michael John
Gardiner, Nancy Joan
Hazen, Bruce B.
Hunt, Deborah Charles
Joose, R. Carter
Lawrence, Steven P.
McKenna, Rita Anne
Murray, Kathy Ann
Noerr, Mary M.
Palinkas, Jesse Charles
Ramin, Mary Woodson
Scotti, Barbara L.
Torkelsen, Barbara Andrea
Mrs. Lucy Gyves
Burge, Conrad M.
Caporale, Charles M.
Gay, Thomas J.
Geraghty, James P.
Hauptman, Sharon L.
Karcich, Kenneth J.
Mackay, Wayne C.
McMahon, Valerie A.
Reid, Alexander, Jr.
Rome, Betty Ann
Tenenbaum, Bruce M.
Weiss, Joseph P.
Miss Dorothea Mazzocco
Barish, David I.
Beeson, Lydia A.
Benner, Roslyn W.
Goldstein, Richard M.
Hutchinson, Mary Jane
Kanning, Jean M.
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Lamour, Carole M.
Nannariello, William M.
Stevens, Cynthia A.
Toedtemeier, Clinton J.
Wedekind, Eileen J.
Mrs. Louise K. Hatfield
Batten, Priscilla A.
Keating, Gail A.
Kraetzer, Christine D.
Krauss, Frank P.
Loefller, Michael G.
Lyman, Arthur E., Jr.
Meislin, Robert M.
Pagh, Barbara L.
Roden, Nancy C.
Rogers, W. Marshall
Schacter, Wendy J.
Turner, Peter J.
Washburn, Douglas W.
THE CREATIVE URGE
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Mrs. Marie Henzel
Arnold, Karen J.
Beilenson, Ronnie L.
Benedict, Noel H.
Burgess, Margaret A.
Ehmann, Robert B.
Green, Todd C.
Mabe, Christopher K.
MacHenry, David L.
Mendell, Henry R.
Nichols, Christopher W.
Pooton, Keith G.
Schwarz, Doris E.
Worden, Kerry G.
Wuttke, Barbara J.
Mrs. Myrtle Seberg
Beall, Leslie D.
Blake, Barbara S.
Burke, Robert M.
Donegan, Daniel A.
Edgar, Joan M.
Engleman, Scott B.
Galvin, Patricia G.
Golden, Gail A.
Hines, Larry J.
Maxwell, Roy L.
Pancoast, Jane M.
Sharpe, Steven M.
Thorp, Constance E.
Thorpe, Dou las
Weissner, Wendy L.
Yeager, Carolyn C.
.. in our school
Miss Nancy Bloxsom
Appleyard, Carol E.
Bennie, Robert J.
Nichols, Jennifer E.
Miss Nancy Bloxsom
DeNoon, Daniel J.
Horowitz, Diane R.
J acquiery, Monique
Robinson, Judith Ann
JOURNALISTICALLY SPEAKING . . .
Mrs. Lois L. Hoy
A STEADY HAND, A WINNING SMILE
Mrs. Marjorie Ridings
Jones, David A.
Schreiber, Melissa A.
Walker, Mary Louise
Mrs. Marjorie Ridings
Galvin, John, Jr.
Golomb, Wesley A.
Lieberman, Robert M.
Rutter, Dawson, J
Weiner, Beth M.
Mrs. Ruth Wilber
Dunkelman, Shari Lyn
Larkin, D. Ellen
Popoli, Eugene, Jr.
Mrs. Ruth Wilber
Convery, M. Scott
Prezzano, C. Randolph
Mrs. Lois L. Hoy
ARDSLEY GIRL SCOUTS
THE ROTARY CLUB
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The CHARCOAL SNACK BAR, conven-
iently located at 632 Central Avenue, Scars-
dale, N. Y., is the spot to stop for a tasty
hamburger after a show. Take a hint from
Dot, Ken, Rich, and Nancy who are quench-
ing their thirst with refreshing cokes.
Riding is an ideal recreation for everyone,
young and old alike. Who wouldn't relish a
breath-taking gallop against the wind and
then a slow trot back to the stable? There are
lovable ponies for the youngsters, as well as
both gentle and spirited horses for adults at
V 84 W RIDING ACADEMY, Sprain Road,
L'Westchester's most gracious supper club," THE WATER WHEEL
INN, is situated along the Saw Mill River in Ardsley. In the
spacious dining-hall, luncheon, dinner, and supper are served, with
nightly dancing an added attraction. Call DO 3-4135 for reserva-
tions for your private parties.
"Flowers for all occasions" is the motto
for PULVER BROTHERS, FLORISTS.
Wouldn't a new shrub or perhaps some gay
flowers greatly enhance the appearance of
your home? Follow the example of Nancy
and Dot and visit us at Jackson Avenue,
Hastings, or call HA 5-1079.
To be in "fashion and thrifty too, the ARDS-
LEY APPAREL SHOP is the place for
you!" Gini is displaying some of the Junior
and Misses sizes with matching accessories
that are available. Located in the Village
Green, Ardsley, New York, we are conven-
ient for everyone. Call DO 3-6408.
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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. Efficiency apartments are also avail-
able. These modem accommodations are located on the Saw Mill
River Road and Parkway in Ardsley, only twenty-eight minutes
from Times Square. Call us at DO 3-2700.
Are you a do-it-yourselfer like Linda? If you
need Pittsburgh or Kemtone paints, wall-pa-
per, picture framing equipment, or even mod-
eling clay, come to the ARDSLEY ART
CENTER for superior quality in art mate-
rials. Located across from the Ardsley Vil-
lage Green, we are convenient to all.
From this new modem office, JAMES Mc-
CARTNEY 8: SON, INC., can give you the
service you might need in reference to real
estate and insurance. This advice comes from
years of experience. Take advantage of Mc-
Cartney's convenient location in Ardsley to
stop in and discuss problems you might have,
or else call DO 3-3500.
Willis has just run down to LOUIS' SUPER MARKET -to get a
package of string beans from Eddie. Save time and do all your
food shopping here, at 711 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley, New
York. For the best and greatest variety in groceries, cheerful,
friendly, service, and free parking, Louis' is the store to visit. For
free delivery any time call either DO 3-1120 or DO 3-1121.
This Sunday pay a visit to the ARDSLEY
METHODIST CHURCH, Ashford Avenue,
Ardsley. Our moming worship is held at
both 9:30 and 11:00, the same hours as the
Sunday School, in order that both the par-
ents and children will have their services si-
multaneously. Our Youth Fellowship is held
every Sunday evening at 7 100. A cordial wel-
come awaits you here.
For choice groceries, fresh fruit and vege-
tables, follow Violetta's example and come
to RICCIO'S DELICATESSEN in Ardsley
today. The finest in frozen foods is also avail-
able here at 474 Ashford Avenue, opposite
the County Trust. For speedy free delivery
call us at DO 3-0365.
The ARDSLEY BOOTERY, INC., in the Village Green Center, ll
is an authorized dealer for Dr. Posner's corrective footwear for or. Posnzn
children from one to twenty-one years. Doctors' prescriptions are was
WITH BUILT-IN HEUCE
Having a complete line of Ford cars and
trucks, DOBBS FERRY MOTORS at 397
Broadway in Dobbs Ferry, is the place to go
when looking for a new or A-1 used car. For
your friendly, authorized Ford sales and serv-
ice dealer, call DO 3-0362 or visit him as
Ken, Dot, Rich, and Nancy are doing.
Are you planning a trip this summer? Travel
in style with new seat covers, an auto top, a
complete set of car accessories, and AUTO
INTERIORS, INC., located at 154 So. Cen-
tral Park Avenue, Hartsdale, New York, will
be pleased to equip your car as Ken, Dave,
and Jeff are finding out. WH 6-1711.
The GREENBURGH SAVINGS BANK of
Dobbs Ferry was organized in 1869 for the
purpose of encouraging thrift and the habit
of saving. It is operated solely for the beneit
of its depositors. A member of the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation, the bank has
total assets of 56,500,000 Open daily from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Wednesday evenings
from 3 to 8 p.m.
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Stop in at the ARDSLEY JEWELER'S over
The County Trust Bank or call us at DO 3-
7445 for the most exclusive lines of jewelry
and silverware. We also do the highest quality
clock and watch repairing possible. Come in
and consult us for the finest in gift selections
for all occasions.
THE BEACON HILL COUNTRY CLUB in
Dobbs Ferry is the place where activities are
planned for the entire family. For a fun-filled
day of swimming, tennis, badminton, or just
relaxing in the sun, join the Beacon Hill Coun-
try Club. Limited memberships are available.
Call DO 3-9722.
Pull into the WESTCHESTER GARAGE in
Addyman Square, Ardsley, New York, for a
complete servicing of your automobile. Colli-
sion work is done by Mr. Nannariello and his
eiiicient staif. For quick, dependable local and
long distance towing, call Dobbs Ferry 3-1954.
Delicious sodas and sundaes just devoured,
are reflected in the cheerful faces of Sally,
Lynn, and Jack, as you can plainly see. The
juke box at the ARDSLEY CHOCOLAT ER-
IA, INC., provides the best of entertainment
with the newest hit tunes.
Dorothy A. and Nancy N. are planning to look
ahead by starting their Christmas club ac-
counts now at the HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO-
CIATION. Visit 560 Warburton Avenue,
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, if you would
like to start a regular savings account or to
rent a safe deposit box.
For plumbing, heating, and appliance mainte-
nance for the home, call CHARLES S. HOY,
INC., at DO 3-0565. We also will completely
service your gas and oil burners, as we are
licensed in Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings,
Irvington, and the Town of Greenburgh.
"Known wherever there are schools and col-
leges," the L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
carries an excellent supply of class rings, such
as the seniors are wearing in the picture, com-
mencement invitations, and club insignia.
Also for a wide choice of medals and trophies
contact them at 521 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. C.
Follow the example of Lynn and Sally and go
to R. E. TeCARR for all your sports equip-
ment. Located at 285 North Broadway, The
Tarrytowns, New York, they will supply you
with basketballs, badminton sets, golf clubs,
trophies, and football outfits. Their phone
number is ME l-3741.
Moving out of town, out of state, or to a dif-
ferent section of the country? For eilicient
service, call the F. J. CALDARA MOVERS
at DO 3-1166. Agents for the Greyvan Lines,
cross-country movers, we are located at 124
Main Street, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Depend on
us for safe transportation of all your posses-
The Cassens have found the CALICO CAT in
Chatham, Massachusetts, is a favorite haunt
for all gift-conscious tourists to Cape Cod.
Our selections are spiced with that quaint New
England charm. On your next vacation to the
Cape, come in and browse. We're located on
Main Street, near the Chatham Light.
Let OLIVIA G. SEELER, INC., The Realtor
of Ardsley, help you when a house becomes
your problem. Let her aid you in buying a
home, selling it, renting it, managing it, or in-
suring it. For all types of real estate and insur-
ance, contact her at 501 Ashford Avenue,
Ardsley, or phone DO 3-3600.
Pat, Jack, and Nancy are experiencing the ex-
ceptional comfort of just one of the numerous
fine sofas in CARTOON'S FURNITURE
STORE, located on the corner of Wildey and
Cortlandt Streets in Tarrytown. Another
branch of this reliable firm, featuring "fumi-
ture that pleases," is situated at 25 Spring
For doctors' prescriptions and all your phar-
maceutical needs, call the modern LIGGETT
REXALL dealer at DO 3-2003. Mr. T. Le-
vine, B.S., and Mr. H. Altman, B.S., will be
happy to be of service or to provide prompt,
free delivery. Located at 717 Saw Mill River
Road, Ardsley, New York.
E. ROBISON, INC., has a complete oil heating service for your
home. Hot water heaters, oil burners, boilers, and tanks are sold
and installed. Parts and twenty-four hour service on any make
burner, are included in the contracts. Our automatic fuel oil de-
liveries are an added convenience. The sales and service store is
located in Hartsdale, and the fuel oil storage plant at Hastings-on-
Hudson. E. Robison, Inc., prides itself on its dependability as
exemplified in the motto, 'KThe house that service built."
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INCORPORATED I 896
Helen M. Chandler Roy G. A. Petterson Francis J. McCormack
C Ierk-Treasurer Manager
Henry C. Raab
Acting Police .Iusfice
LOUIS J. ZITO. Mayor
BERNARD FORREST, WILLIAM H. WATSON, ARTHUR J. KENNEY, EDWARD T. SCHNEIDER
FRED M. GINSBERN, chairman
Charles Hinnen, Austin K. Bennefi, Bernard Kaplan, Salvatore DeSimone, Warren Wiilens
EDWARD PANCOAST, Chairman
Fred Gardiner Sylvia Wallin
AND FURTHERMORE . . .
Bill S., John W., John E., Lloyd
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Featuring a complete assorfmenl
of ice cream desserts
SAW MILL RIVER ROAD-AT THE CIRCLE
DE LUCA'S GROCERY
Frozen Foods - Cold Beverages
CORNER OF PARKWAY AND ASHFORD AVENUE
"Open Seven Days a Week"
DObbs Ferry 3-0228
DObbs Ferry 3-4667
TELEVISION SERVICE CENTER
Laslo Tari, Prop.
Television and Radio Sales and Service
103 MAIN STREET DOBBS FERRY, N
LUMBER 8. HARDWOOD FLOORING, INC.
41-45 SOUTH SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
ELMSFORD, NEW YORK
"Call Sam" LYric 2-7900
Building and Do-If-Yourself Malerials
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PLATE " 52.50
538 WARBURTON AVENUE
IN WHITE PLAINS
0 105 MAMARONECK AVE. 0 221 MAIN ST. 0
0 I9 QUARROPAS ST. ICommissary 8: Relail Shopj 0
IN STAMFORD, CONN.
0 CORNER OF SPRING 8. SUMMER 0
O TOWN 8 COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER on Summer 0
VENI, VIDI, VICI
Dave, Ken, Rich, Jack. Chef
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THE CHARLES N. MEAD CO.
A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE
'I CHASE ROAD, SCARSDALE
KRUGER'S TOY SHOP
"Famous for toys in Westchester"
Sally, Jean, Grace-Ann, Roberta
JOHN P. STREB
Real Estate - Insurance
179 MARTINE AVENUE wHlTE PLAINS, N. Y. 14 CEDAR STREET DORRE EERRY N- Y
WHite Plains 9-9085
D0bbs Ferry 3-0444-0090
WESTLAB ELECTRONICS, INC.
2475 CENTRAL AVENUE
SPencer 9-6400 Yonkers, N. Y.
MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS
Nancy, Jack, Carol, Bob L.
ARDSLEY RADIO 8. TELEVISION SERVICE
ALL MAKES of RADIOS and TELEVISIONS REPAIRED
DAVID JOYE ROBERT STRONG
DObbs Ferry 3-3499 Ardsley, N. Y
694 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Ardsley, New York
AT HUNT'S NEW STORE
' Piano Tuning and Repairing ' 1000 Titles of Sheet Music
' Musical Instruments ' Phonagraphs and Radios
' Rental Plan ' Three Listening Booths
' Self Service ' All Speeds of Records
Over 70 Years in White Plains
HUNT'S MUSIC HOUSE
7 Mamaroneck Avenue WHite Plains 9-0503
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Jeff Berlind, Marilyn Scolc, Sum Scott
COAL - LUMBER - BUILDING MATERIALS - FUEL OILS
ssoN s. co.--Besson on, mc. WHOUSALE GROW'
Specializing in Seasonable Planfs
DObbs Ferry 3-0026-32
Emergency: DO 3-5670 DObbs Ferry 3-0144 Ardsley, N. Y
C0M"L""EN'S HENRY ARoANowsKl
POULTRY FARM and EGGS
DObbs Ferry 3-4611 Ardsley, N. Y
LAwsoN's senvlce STATION WEL' NOW-
MARFAK LUBRICATION SERVICE
Brake and Clulch Adjusfing
Mofor Tune Up
Ferry 3-9703 ARDSLEY, N. Y.
FRED'S AUTO PARTS
8. SERVICE STATION
F. LICHTENBERG 81 SON
Cars Bough! and Sold
Good Used Car Paris
W MILL RIVER ROAD
Phone: DObbs Ferry 3-4686 A
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
Mrs. LeCount and Mr. Wolter
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S T A U F F E R
CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC.
CHAUNCEY, N. Y.
BERTMAN MAINTENANCE SERVICE
Aurommc wAsHsRs and onvsns
Remus - sekvncs . PARTS
ssnmx . wHmLPooL - Nokce - HAMu.roN
396 ASHFORD AVENUE DObbs Ferry 3-5881
STERNBERG-GREENE AGENCY, INC.
I0 EDGEWOOD ROAD HARTSDALE, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 3-6583
Brent, Rich, Ken, Chet
Rich H., Mr. Gibian, Diane, Mr. Roth, Mr. Wolfer at Croton
CENTURY MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO.
I78 MAMARONECK AVENUE
While Plains WH 9-8448
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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
PETER A. SHELLY
FLORISTS and NURSERYMEN
GREENHOUSES and NURSERIES
ARDSLEY ROAD SCARSDALE, N. Y.
WESTCHESTER GOLF RANGE
IMPROVE YOUR GAME
701 DOBBS FERRY ROAD
OPP. ELMWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
LYric 2-6553 White Plains, N. Y.
AND AWAY WE GO
Dave, Rich, Jack, Ken at Tuckahoe game
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THE HONOR SOCIETY
FOR FUEL OILS CALL
WILMOTH FUEL OIL SUPPLY
DObbs Ferry 3-0181
WELTMAN'S JEWELRY 84 GIFT SHOP
JEWELS BY TRIFARI - CORO - ETC.
HAMILTON - LONGINES - ELGIN - BENRUS
Giffs from All Parfs of the World
GUARANTEED WATCH 8. JEWELRY REPAIRING
ENGRAVING and GOLD STAMPING
WHILE YOU WAIT
696 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Ardsley, N. Y.
ARDSLEY VILLAGE TAVERN, INC.
ARDSLEY, N. Y.
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PARAMOUNT AQUARIUM, INC.
By KENNETH DERA
708 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
DObbs Ferry 3-3619 Ardsley, N. Y
THE ANSWER IS NOI
Frank, Suzie, Bob, Paul in Dramatic Club play
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IAN S. WILSON, FLORIST
DELLWOOD LANE, ARDSLEY
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QUICK AS A WINK
3 Hour 5 Hour
Drycleaning Shir! Laun
721 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD
Next Io DAITCH-SHOPWELL
Suzie, Paul, Bob, Laura H.
BEST WISHES '
SALT 'N' PEPPER
YORK GOLF BALL CO
oosss FERRY, N. Y.
Ken, Jack, Dave at Tuckahoe game
F. J. McCORMACK
5 JUDSON AVENUE
Ardsley, N. Y.
50 EAST 42nd STREET
New York 17, New York
MUrray Hill 2-6611
HOW ABOUT A CUPCAKE, RICH?
Rich Mooney, Marilyn Scola, Mark Schultz
BLASBERG MOTORS, INC.
CHEVROLET SALES and SERVICE
414 BROADWAY DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 3-5040
MARSHALL COOKE FLOWERS, INC. BEST wlsHEs
SECOR ROAD, HARTSDALE
KNOLLWOOD ROAD, WHITE PLAINS
DOBBS FERRY, N. Y.
DObbs Ferry 3-5600
ARDSLEY CIGAR STORE
Opposife COUNTY TRUST BANK
COMPLETE LINE or HOBBIES
sronrmc coops - rovs - STATIONERY
NEWSPAPERS - MAGAZINES
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
J. M. YEDOWITZ
549 WARBURTON AVENUE
Hasllngs-on-Hudson, N. Y.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
GUARANTY AND MORTGAGE CO.
199 MAIN STREET WHITE PLAINS, N. Y
WHite Plains 8-4041
ZEKE IS BACK
Frank and Danny at Subscription dance
B E N C O H E N
2 NORTH STONE AVENUE ELMSFORD, N. Y.
THE BIG SURPRISE
"Red" and Barbara Gardiner
BEST W'5Hf5 COUNTY BOYS' AND MEN'S SHOP, INC.
from 27 SPENCER PLACE SCARSDALE, N. Y.
THE BEACON HILL ASSOCIATION
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THE YONKERS SAVINGS AND
MANOR HOUSE SQUARE
Yonkers, N. Y.
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HARRY V. FRANKLIN
OIL BURNER SERVICE Q INSTALLATION
DObbs Ferry 3-4069 - DEerf1eId 7-1234
YOU'RE THE APPLE IN MY EYE
CUTRATE FLOOR COVERING - CARPETS
RUGS - BROADLOOM - TILES
LINOLEUM - WALL COVERINGS
101 CENTRAL AVENUE
ains 6-1020-1021-1022 Hartsdale, N. Y
WILMER T. BARNES
CABINET MAKING - REFINISHING
UPHOLSTERING - SLIP COVERS - DRAPERIES
Keeping Wesichesier Homes In Repair Since 1931
Jack McP""""'d and Ginny M""'eY 32 cron smear oosas rsnnv N. Y
SONLARK CONSTRUCTION CORP.
CONTRACTOR 8. BUILDER
87 CLIFF STREET
Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y.
A. CARLSON, PRES.
Brent Smith, Ken McComb, Rich Mooney
COMPLIMENTS BEST WISHE5
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A. J. STUCKLEN, INC. RIVIERA PASTRY SHOP
630 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD VILLAGE GREEN, ARDSLEY
STEPHEN L. ANGELL 8. CO. MIDTOWN LIVE POULTRY MARKET
REALTORS--APPRAISERS QUALITY LIVE POULTRY-FRESH FARM EGGS
I5 POPHAM ROAD SCARSDALE, N. Y. 461 TARRYTOWN ROAD JERRY SCARANO, JR., PROP
SCqr5dqIe 3-0300 WHi1e Plains 9-6246 While Plains, N. Y
REAL ESTATE OFFICE '
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4 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE
CCOR. HARTSDALE AVEJ
WH 9-5434 Hartsdule, N. Y.
The Harisdale Times The Edgemoni Echo
The Elmsford Herald The Ardsley Sun-Leader
"THE QUALITY PAPER IN EACH COMMUNlTY"
ARTHUR R. HAWKE, Publisher HD H d K t rm U
15 WILSON STREET HARTSDALE, N. Y. oc an en " wa P
WHiIe Plains 9-0058
AMERICAN LEGION BUILDING
ARDSLEY POST :li 458
Extends Best Wishes
To the Senior Class of I957
At the right is the architect's sketch
of the new Memorial Building
now under construction
on American Legion Drive
lFormerIy Aqueduct Streetj
Memorial Building under construction
DOBBS FERRY REGISTER
PRINTING IN ALL ITS sIzANcI-Iss
Letterheads - Business Cards - Chance Books - Bills
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Mr. 81 Mrs. Harold Ruscher
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