Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School - Columbiana Yearbook (New York, NY)

 - Class of 1946

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'V 4 2151 111 EIIIEI 1251211112111 uf t 2 Qll2155 nf 45 WE the Senlor Cla of 1946 composed of various and sundry characters and mmdful and nearly certaln that we wlll shortlv graduate do hereby make publlsh and declare thls as our Last Wlll and Testament FIRST We dlrect that all our debts fand we probably have many of them both octal and moral? be pald to whosoever deslres them as soon as possible after these graduation exerclses SECOND All the rest remalnder and especlally rest due of our debts possesslons and obhgatlons we glve allocate be tow and devl e upon our many land perhaps favored! hetrs the faculty to wrt and whereas I To MR JAMES JOSEPH REYNOLDS beloved and dlstmgulshed Dean of the Senxors mathemattcs teacher extraordlnary and resident of Tarrytown on the Hudson lnear Wmgdale the local Chockful 0 Nuts! we do hereby bequeath one barrel of the finest lubrtcatmg oll to faclhtate hrs Sllpplllg of stx fives econd a book of tickets to the ulz KldS pro ram so that he can always play school third one Loulsvllle Slu ger bat so that he may finally become a blgleaguer fourth a copy of Dantes Inferno with butlt ln chlme so he can play Hell Bell and la t one slide rule so that he may always be able to know the score II To one who always awaits us with batted breath tortan SOCl0I0gl t and life lon member of the bar we do bestow a box of feather so that he may have three ln hand and one In h cork crew o that he always will have an open and hut ca e III To that able and e peclally strlkm French teacher MONSIEUR ,ll LES HILLEIN we do lease two books namely one copy of Rlpleys Belzete It Or Not trans lated into the French o that he may always tate with aut orlty D wat eet boy' and one copy of Charles Darwm s Orzgzn o the Speczes also translated into the French o that he may forever know just who ns a dumb ammall IN To the flrt Engll h ettler of Columbia Grammar School Dean of the ,luntor and En ll h Spanish and Latm teacher namely NIR EDW-XRD J 'NIORI-XRTY we bequeath a reclalmed radar et o that he mav forever be able to locate hrs errant but otherwise playful ,Iumors second two txckets to that famous lDSlllllll0I'l the ,lumor Irom o that he may brmg an escort and fmally one pelhng book so that he may be certam that everyone spells hrs name correctly Y To MR WILLIAM NIGEN who IS always ln the swam and IS thought to mhablt the Bronx we leave a bottle containing a generous amount of mellmg salts so that he may admlnlster and to those for whom the shock ts too great upon seelng htm really get that bathmg suxt wet tn the swlmmm pool Xl To 'NIR ISADOR CORN talented plamst and chord collector we bequeath a complete set of tuntn fork s that he may never mject a false note into whatever he oe XII To MR FREDERIC ARLINGTON ALDEN be loved Headmaster we leave one flock of sheep so that he may have a permanent source of sheepskms and wlll always be able to pull the wool over our eyes and one lump of coal o that he and the faculty may never have to put themselves out m order to gtve us a fuel holiday XIII To MISS MARY T ALDEN our fmanclal genius we leave a bottle of black xnk o that he may success fully get the school out of the red and one subway turn sttle so that she can gtve the students who pester her the IX To MR RUBEN SIMON teacher of mathematics and ardent sports fan we leave one set of Index cards upon which he may tabulate the countle s number of sults that he po e se X To that enterprx mg busme manager and toupee collector MR HENRY GOLDBERC, we bequeath one box of clgars of the brand that he constantly smoke W dnrect that these cn ar he made to explode o that he aforesatd 'SIR C-OLDBERG will get a real bang out of 1 e XI To NIISS LECLARE CLEWIONS our llbrarlan we bequeath a box containing a liberal quantttv of fre ll worm We dlrect that the e worm he placed one each ln the many yolume that are tn the llbrary ln the hope that the aforesaid 'SIISS CLENIONS will Hnally hate all the bookworm he de Ire Page hjn l . I H . L v . k . . . q . . , , ' , ' , S 1 ' 3 Y . . I S . 7 . v 5 I ' 'Z . x Q . ' . H . . S . Y ' : , ' , ' "- , . . . . 1 9 ' K 9 7 1 ' Q ' ' ' U , s ', 's U ' ' , , " ' 2 ' : . . , ' ' l . ' ' g 's, o - - , . . . V . . ' V d s. , L . . . - , , y , ' : . , - 5 I 5 . , 5 , , . Q S v Z g 1 l I g v , 5 ' . g Q 1 . I 9 1 Y , ' ' -' ' S, 'S S: S , . . . ' v . : ' 9 9 ' ' ', s s - 3 ' ' : ' . . . . , v , namely MR. LAWRENCE PATRICK MCCORMACK, his- run-around taround, that isll. ' . ' 'S, ' - g , ' - s - , , - . . ' ' , S S .S ' - , SM 5 M - - -s s . ss s s. 5 - 5 ' f 'l Z' v : 's' ' ss . ' J- ' ' - 9 . ' 7 , 9 ' I S. C ' - 5 5 ' ' . 'g s , , s t - , tt . N, . . h . at tts, . , A 5 . l f , l'f . s S ' . ' 4. I . . ,, : . t . , ' ': s 's s ' ' s. ' ' s s , , , ' s. ss , ' ' , ' J ' S ' ' ' 1 .V - ' - - - - 9 - - ' ' .I ' ' s , s , ' ' s s s' s. .

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XII To DOCTOR KARL LLRICII German teacher we bequeath a box contammg a et of the finet ear plu s obtatnable We hope that the Doctor wlll msert these ln hrs ears when he feels compelled to state Ach such a not el XIII To NIR HARRY NI REDER our athletic d rector chref firstatder and hygtene mstructor we be queath one clmtcal thermometer so that he may always be mformed as to the degree of our fevertsh anxiety t attend hrs hyglene class and one honorary certificate of veterinary medlcme from a nearby Barbers College so that he wrll not have to spltt haxrs wlth hrs students XIV To MESSR5 NICHOLAS 'VIORANTE CHARLES BATTERMAN and BERNARD CHERIN physxcal educa tion Instructors we leave a complete leather bound book contamtng the rules for every sport known to man dlrect mg that they share thls book wlth MR JAMES JOSEPH REYNOLDS so that they may forever play the game correctly XV To the relgnmg anttque of Columbta Grammar School DOCTOR DOW B BEENE profe sor of Latm Eng lrsh and mathematics we leave a small wooden box of cubrcal shape each edge of whrch shall be as long as a P1608 of rope We dlrect that the good doctor place rn this box the duck mrlk of whtch he IS so fond XVI To MR IRVING H RANDEL biology chemlstry and physics teacher we do bequeath one cop of Mathe mrmcs for the Millions so that he may prove to hrs future classes that any problem he glves them are merely mental arlthmetlc second a generous supply of nnrates contamm a liberal quanttty of Old Colds o that the aforesard MR RANDEL may never become trrltated and finally a season pass to the nt ht club known as the Vtlla e Barn so that he may ascertain which of his students llve rn a barn XVII To NIISS FLORENCE 'NI LEONARD head of the Leonard School we leave one knlfe and fork o that Instead of benefltln from our terlmg qualttles she can benefit from sterlm srlver XVIII To MR HIGH M 'NIERSON Director f Cutdance we leave next year enlor cla for whatever ood tt mav do htm It ts our earne t hope that the afore sald Nfr Us-rson refuses to allow the Cla of 9-It to remaln ln chool not later than that year Second we bequeath htm three dtvots to replace tho e lo t rn lat weeks olf tournament and four trln t ht vtolm No fatr squealm I XIX blot to three oldrers not to two saxlor but to Juan Nlarm Spanish teacher we leave not a cool today but a hot tamale XX To NIR GEORGE ALBERT FIELD Englrsh teacher French teacher htstonan phrlosophy student authorlty on current events and a man whom we shall always have to look up to we bequeath a palr of field glasses so he may always know who hrs peers are second one room at the Z whlch rs right behmd the Y and thlrd a ticket to the National Barn Dance so he mav never have to go around ln ctrcles but tn squares XXI To MR SOL NIISHKIN basketball coach and history teacher we leave a set of blackout curtams that he may never be caught m another halr rand and a brand new car so that he may always Drlve drlve dnve' XXII To DR HENRY WILLEN we leave a full fash toned set of Spanlsh verbs ser and estar so that he wrll know whether he IS to be or not to be or not XXIII To MR LEON SHERKER Russlan woodwork authortty we leave a box of necktres a book on the use of same and a loudspeaker and a soapbox so that he may orgamze a teachers unton XXIV To the LEONARD SCHOOL for GIRLS we bequeath complete and full tuttton to the DuBarry Success Course so that each of them may become as DuBarry was a lady and also complete and full tultton to the Studios o Arthur Murray who wtll teach them rn a hurry how to dance to the muslc m the cafeteria XXX To MR NORNIAN BELLIN the man behmd the Glee Club ptano we bequeath a pitch ptpe so that he may always keep m tune with the rest of the world XXVI To MR ALVARO SANCHEL hlstorv teacher and Dean we bequeath one copy of Taxulermy Made Easy o he may know what to do wrth a student s tatl whnch IS not tn a eat during tudy hall BEING OF sound mtncl and bodv fa question open to debate! we have affixed our seal rn witness thereof declar thrs to be our Last Wrll and Te tament on the twenty nmth day of Xlav ln the year of our Lord nme teen hundred and fortv Before me a Nuttary Public for no ood rea on per onally appeared the above signed who havtn been duly svsom at by me fooll hly stated that they had vvrltten the above to the best of thelr ablltty and knovvled e fwhxch ts eemmgly not much! an untrue and ht hly slanderous account of the per onalttles of the faculty of Columbia Grammar School Swom at on the 29th day of 'flat I9-I6 and counter felted bv I A Anonymous Auttarv Pllb1lClX0 6 Belletue Hospztal Hly comml lon exprre when Ido The CIMA of I946 Page Flyty One : A v 1 3 - 5 y ' 5, . . 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