Edgewood Park High School - Sketch Book Yearbook (Briarcliff Manor, NY)

 - Class of 1954

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N ,R -f'-,t f A- IP' UEUWWIUH Behind every successful organization there is a guiding force which, although omnipresent, works quietly and without publicity. Such a force is Mrs. Karlene Kent Steele, who, in addition to teaching her many academic subjects, has been our "guiding light" for this yearbook, as for many in the past. In both fields she has won the respect and admiration of the entire student body. And so, at last, there comes a chance to show a little of our appreciation for her unfailing guidance and honest judgment. With this thought in our minds and hearts, we, the Staff, dedicate the 1954 Sketch Book to Karlene Kent Steele. 4 - -ui., it I f -f,, Eff iv XR , 'iw f 'r'l"ft V - 7 ff his X " uskx M 'sm fgglxr 'cb .W ff , 6, Z Q! xiii x Z f Mvdf PUWUUHU On a commanding hill overlooking the historic Hudson River, lies the campus of Edgewood Park, close to the valley of Sleepy Hollow. Here, born from the pages of Washington Irving's written collection, "THE SKETCH BOOK," Rip Van Winkle awakens from a long sleep to find his countryside has been trans- formed. Lost in his world of thought by this bewildering sight, he ventures forth to be greeted by the gnomes who open the gates which unfold the tale of Edge- wood Park, through the pages of our Sketch Book. 5 KP Q jxlfll 715 Q!-f. .. if Rf I1 at A-Ya X Q ElllllllllE DedicationAAAAA A ,.,,. A Foreword AA A A A A A Sketch Book Stall A A A Faculty and Staff A A College A, AA High School A A A A Clubs and Activities A Rip's Rolle Calle AAAA Ichabod's Rolle Calle A A Acknowledgements A 6 X J 102 106 WI SHUEH HUUH EWU Editor-in-Chief PATRICIA EGAN Business Editors SALI EVANS ROSEMARY LILL Layout Editors JOANNE LEISURE JO MARYMAN Art Editors 1 MARGOT HICKEY BARBARA FOSTER Literary Editors HILDEGARD HINCK PATRICIA CLARK Advertising Editors ARLENE ANTHONY JOAN ZIMMERMAN Photography Editors JUNE WETZEL NANCY HEDSTROM JOYCE DOBBIE 7 MQ ff Af W1 9 HARRIET REASER SOWELL President LILLIAN H. HART Academic Dean MECLETA ZIEBACK ALICE BILLINGS Guidance Counsellor Principal of College Preparatory 9 OSCAR N. BARBER Director of Business Administration isdn. , EDWARD DELANEY Bursar i WALTER POWNALL Director of Maintenance MRS ELSIE OAKES MRS. YOLANDA REGERO High School Spanish, French DR CHARLOTTE Foods Home Management MISS ANITA SMITH Interior Decoration MR GRANTM SMITH MISS MARY SMITH Science MRS. KARLENE KENT STEELE English, Drama, Child Psychology 13 MRS. BETH VAN ETTEN English MRS. AUDREY WHITTEN Medical Science MRS. PATRICIA VERDE Physical Education MISS LARRAINE ZELNO Secretarial Science MRS. LAURA WOLFE Costume Design SOCIAL DIRECTRESSES Mrs. Pownall ' Mrs. Turek - Miss Thompson DR. HELEN CROCKER School Physician MISS OLIVE BERGLUND MRS. MARGARET WILSON School Nurse School Nurse MISS ANN WOLF MRS. GRACE HALPIN Post Omce Book Store MRS. MAE RENNING MRS. MARGARET WARNER Telephone Operator Telephone Operator 151 T' MRS. ANN PAPE Telephone Operator SEEHUHHIES MISS IRENE SHAMBORSKY Sec. to Dean Hart MISS MARCELLE HARRIGAN Miss LUCY EVELETH Sec ,O Pmiden, Librarian ' MISS KATHRINE MCCONE MRS. JOHN J. SMITH Sec. to Bursar MISS HELEN MARKS MISS THERESE O'BRIEN . . . House Regent Dletman 16 UIIHHE HUUVH Sam Dutch Tea Room Charlie and Stationwagon 7Q Xl -- rf ff 5 fy? Q1 Fix ww fxnmg Xxxisli af X X gh H WH CPA saith S JV 69 QR QS ff 5-X. N :qs BARBARA MCMURRAIN Senior Class President Jeanne Kramer, Treasurer Margot Hickey, Secrezary Patricia Egan, Vice-Presidenz . n W -JS' 20 H LEE CARYL BADER Larchmont, New York Merchandising Lee . . . always on the go . . . freckles, a beautician's competition . . . following peanut trails . . . Marty . . . Found knitting in the Senior smoker . . . Oh! That special pin . . . "Tenderly". Merchandising Club l, 29 Clothing Club l, Vice Pres. 2g House Pres. 29 Entertainment ARLENE MAE ANTHONY Fairfield, Connecticut Merchandising Tony . . . Appealingly striking with a wardrobe to match . . . Knows all the latest discs . . . "Watcha Dain" . . . makes beautiful ascots . . . received an Oscar for the best humor of the year . . .4'Lullaby of Bird1and". Merchandising Club 1, Pres. 2g Sketch Book 2 BETTY REBECCA BARROCAS Vadado, Habana, Cuba Medical Assistant Betty . . . poodle cut . . . dancing in the typing room . . . Oh these mambos . . . Ted . . . her future is estab- lished . . . good at the gab . . . pass your minor surg- ery? . . . "1 Love You Much too Much". Medical Club CHRISTINE DOROTHY BAYLEY Glendale, Long Island Medical Assistant Chris . . . natural curls . . . "Oh well!" . . . "You can't win" . . . green ink on white paper . . . waking second floor for breakfast . . . those exploding testubes . . . usually found dreaming of vacations in Maine . . "Because of You". Medical Club I, Vice Pres. 2g Sewing lg Chorus 2g Entertainment 2 f X D I - -"' f xiii: 7 ' ' ' Z l v .,'s',' 1 f Q IRENE ADRIENNE BODNAR Levittown, Pennsylvania Merchandising Bod . . . eyes of brown . . . "Oh you crazy kid" . . . that sparkling "A" pin . . . are those white bucks . . . there's no place like West Point . . . the "Dutch" is her home . . . "You, You, You." Merchandising 1, Sec. 2g Riding Club 1, 23 Dramatic Club 1, 2 'ii SARA ELIZABETH BUCKNER Knoxville, Tennessee Drama Sara . . . ever present smile . . . Do I detect a southern accent? . . . "Why, hush my mouth" . . . a real actress at heart . . . waiting for those crazy phone calls . . . "Sleepy Time Gal". Riding Club 2g Drama Club 2 ANGELES CARRASQUILLO Ponce, Puerto Rico Medical Assistant Angie . , . eyes that talk . . . hair of burnished gold . . . "Gee whiz" . . . noted for telephone hghts . . . what a dancer . . . "Let's get rid of high heels" . always doing last minute packing for Woo Poo . . . fx' M "Piel Canela". Medical Clubg Spanish Club, Sec.g Fire Proctor JOAN HUNT CARSWELL Glens Falls, New York Secretarial Science Jo . . . "Christmas" . . . that's for sure . . . loves to sing and laugh . . . "Take me dancing" . . . usually found at the typewriter . . . lives in the infirmary . . . "Dancing in the Dark". Secretarial Club 1, Pres. 2g Choirg Fire Proctorg House President fav-1 f' SAUNDRA ANN DE GARMO Fort Edwards, New York Merchandising De Garm . . . a crown of gold . . . smile of sincere friendliness . . . "lights out" . . . our good sport . . . "funny, when I say it, it comes out different" . . "Moulin Rouge". House Pres. 1, 2g Merchandising Club 1, 2g Riding Clubg Home Economicsg Red Cross Representativeg Choir 2 JOYCE MARILYN DOBBIE Millburn, New Jersey Medical Assistant Joyce . . . A blonde package of quietness . . . a cute little nose . . . "I'll never tell" . . . If I ever reach tive feet . . . that "A" pin is here to stay . . . look for Joyce leaving for West Point . . . "Alabama Jubilee". Medical Club l, Sec. 2g House Proctor lg Jr. Class Representative Student Councilg Sketch Book Staff 2 ,1 ' . wa, Y N PATRICIA ANNE KATHRYN EGAN Allentown, Pennsylvania General Eg . . . cute and bouncy . . . those D.L. eyes . . . "right in there" . . . "Will I ever learn to type?" . . . sleeps away her time . . . the tinkling of falling rings . . . "Eli Yale" . . . "Somewhere Across the Sea". Medical Club lg Glee Club 1, 2, Pres., Senior Class, Vice-Pres.g Sketch Book Editor, House Pres. 1, Para- psychology 5 if E, ,. g 'i gs- gif I XV' SARA VIRGINIA EVANS Tangier, Morocco General Our gal Sal . . . she's got freckles . . . "Butch" . . . "You can be replaced" . . . bridge pro . . . Just got to finish that sweater! . . . escapades about Penelope . . . a ciggieboo with my name on it . . . "You Can't Take That A way From Me". Medical Club lg Sewing Club 1, 2g Religious 2g Sketch Book Business Editor 2, Secretarial Club 1, 23 Knitting Club 2, Para-psychology sw WINNIFRED ELLEN FEE Lindsay, Ontario Merchandising Freddie . . . "Eh!" . . . noted for British Brevits . . . those midnight walks . . . shining hair and a wardrobe to match . . . usually writing letters to Phi Delt . . . "Ebb Tide". Treas. of Student Councilg Pres. of Religious Fellow- ship Groupg Merchandising Club 1, 2g Sewing Club BARBARA ANN FOSTER Briarcliff Manor, New York Fine Arts Barb . . . "O, Gosh!" . . . lives in Harmony Hall . . . art's her career . . . has a p6I peeve for unfriendly people . . . maybe we'll see her on the Cover of "Life". sketch Book Arr Editor MARY LORETTA GARRETT Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Kindergarten Maryl . . . "Nasty break" . . . sparkling eyes . . . end- less conversations . . . variety is the spice of life . . . fan mail galore . . . What a gal! . . . a busy gal that never can be found . . . "Deep Purple". Kindergarten Club 1, 2g Golf Club lg Dramatic Club lg Glee Club 1, 25 Water Ballet 2g Junior Class Pres.g Para-psychologyg Daisy Chaing Student Council Pres. 2 JOAN MARIE HAYES Harmon, New York Merchandising Jo . . . "Oh you didn't!" . . . a warm "hello" . . . day hopping to E. P .... smoke colored eyes . . . that quiet sincerity . . . a true friend . . . "September Song". MARGOT ANNE HICKEY Summit, New Jersey Merchandising Marg . . . Italian boy haircut . . . usually packing for the weekend . . . sleeps through anything . . . in on the latest in the fashion world . . . "My dear . . . really!" "Tigertown Blues". Treas. of Senior Class, Sketch Book Stall, Art Editor, Merchandising Club 1, 2, Glee Club lg French Club lg Art Club 1 NANCY EVELYN HEDSTROM Gardner, Massachusetts Kindergarten Pidge . . . Phi Delt and Dixieland can't be beat . . . baffling blonde . . . usually in the senior smoker knit- ting . . . "Got a letter today" . . . "Why did I ever leave Ohio?" Kindergarten Club 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Secretary, Varsity Tennis 1, doubles championship, Dramatic Club 13 Daisy Chaing House Pres. 2g Sketch Book Stall, Fire Proctor 2, Para-psychology, Entertainment Committee 2 HILDEGARD LUISE HINCK Port Jefferson, Long lsland Merchandising Hildi . . . a real blonde . . . what dignity . . . indescrib- able giggle . . . "You're Funny!" . . . Usually in her eozy Room 265 . . . those happy memories . . . "Auf Weiderseinu. Treas. of Religious Groupg Manager, Riding Clubg Merch. Club I, 2g Entertainment 2g Fire Proctor 29 House Pres. 25 Clothing Club lg Sketch Book Staff, Literary Editor SUE ANN JOHNSON Easton, Pennsylvania Secretarial Science Suzie . . . Charleston . . . puppy dog eyes . . . platinum ponytail . . . "Hi Gang!" . . . our own little walkie- talkie . . . "But Pidge" . . . "Party-Party". Secretarial Club l, 2, Treas. 2 so if JEANNE LOUISE KRAMER JOANNE PATRICIA LEISURE Camp Hill, Pennsylvania Kindergarten Jo . . . wavy locks . . . "Oh Yo!" . . . what a laugh . . . giggles or sobs . . . usually found waiting for that phone call . . . those sleepy mornings . . . "To Each His Own". Kindergarten Club l, Pres. 2g Glee Club, Entertain- ment Committee 2g Para-psychology lg Fire Proctor 2, Sketch Book Staff Layout Editor 2 Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania Medical Assistant Kram . . . tall and attractive . . . "I got news" . . . "bridge anyone?" . . . D'ave tall men in Drexel Hill . . . you can count on Kram . . . that well made Coffee . . . "We'll be Together Again". Medical Association I, 2, Pres. 2g Entertainment Com- mittee I, Chairman 2, House Pres. I, 2g Sec., Senior Class 2 if If ROSEMARY LILL Rochester, New York Kindergarten Mary Rose . . . Contagious smile . . . what harmony . . . look for her on the porch of the den . . . that Rochester accent . . . roving eyes . . . "With a Song in My Heart". Kindergarten Club l, 2g Drama Club l, 2g Secretary Club 2g Sketch Book Staiig Para-psychology lg Knitting Club 2 I' MARJORY VIRGINIA LOWMAN Maplewood, New Jersey Merchandising Margie . . . petite and understanding .'. . busy with her hillbilly music . . . has a reserved seat in the senior smoker . . . Oh Pecker . . . Levi fashion is here to stay . . . "Where in the World". Merchandising Club 1, 2g Entertainment Committee 2 s if na 3 l GLORIA MARCIA MILES Easton, Pennsylvania General Glo . . . urban sophistication . . . watchful green eyes for Lafayette . . . "As a matter of fact" . . . "I just might" . . . goes for Dixieland . . . that Zete Pin . . . found reading those novels . . . "The Nearness of You". House Pres. l, 23 Fire Proctorg Sewing Club 1, 2 BARBARA JEAN MCMURRAIN Delray Beach, Florida Merchandising Bobbie . . . Florida's gift to E. P .... most attractive . . . "Let's move that Hudson River" . . . Woo Poo is here to Stay! . . . "Oh Man" . . . usually found . . . "Army Blue". Merchandising Club 1, 2g House Pres. lg Pres. of Senior Classg Entertainment 3.-" ig 1 e l 5 , L -J .www ELVIRA MORRIS Red Bank, New Jersey General El . . . the gal with the "ivory complexion" . . . her sweetness and easy going manner never ceases . . . "That kid has got to go!" . . . she can usually be found at her typewriter. Chorus 2g Secretarial Club 1, 2g Home Economics Club 1, 2, Pres. 2g Sewing Club 1, 2 1 ,! 4 1 l I F I , . , , V, 1, 1 ' K X 8 1 I J . 1 ' l l S r ' V 41 1 ' I s. . ' " . i ! I V x 'i , ' H " i Y f X 4 ' ' AUDREY BLISS" MURRAY ik . s 1 r ' 1 Pelhfm, New Xork dv I if General - Aud .',. . 'brilliahey . . . ol? own athkt! . . "Oh stab 'I it, kids" . ., . steal from Bradford . . . usually found on the tennis courts' . . . sbo helpful . Q . "Stardust", f 1, ,1 A v 1 Ipanish Chili 2giAthletic Association Pres.g Tennis Clube Para-psychelogy 2 Y X. l ' . p V, f' I 1 , ,A l r' .lk 1 ,U 1.. 4 ' MARY LYNN MUTTER Flushing, New York Merchandising Lynn . . . Is that a twinkle of devilish gleam in those eyes? . . . always a crowd in Room 250 . . . side-kick for monkey shines . . . loves bargains . . . "Love Every Moment You Live". Dramatics l, 2g Merchandising Club l, Treas. 2g Sew- ing Club Pres. 2 l I - Q i ' 1. - S 4 - . J av' 1 L Q .-an I 4 A . A- I 4 -I . - v A , 1 1 S 6 4 ' ' SUSAN ANN NICKERSON Haverstraw, New York Secretarial Science Susie . . . our own baritone . . . "Hello, is anybody?" . . . "Kaydets" . . . dramatic wonder . . . Oh, how changeable . . . those crazy yellow slips'. . . "Septem- ber Song". Religious Fellowship l, 25 Dramatic Club 1, Treas. 23 Secretary of Student Councilg Secretarial Club l, 2 5 s I 1 ' VIRGINIA MARIE O'SUCH Forest Hills, Long Island Merchandising Ginny . . . Just sweet . . . "Not too funny" . . . those Yale-Brown weekends . . . dating can be confusing . . . almost crossed the Atlantic in an Amphibian Olds- mobile . . . "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes". Merchandising Club 1, 2g Dramatic Club 2g Fire Proc- tor 2 CLORINDA PARZIALE Bergeniield, New Jersey Merchandising Renny . . . our own gullible gal . . . "Oh so nervous!" . . . How's Briggie? . . . usually found plotting with Rosie . . . dynamite comes in small packages, too . . . "Because of You". Merchandising Club 1, Sec. 23 Home Economics 2g House Pres. 2g Fire Proctor 2g Sewing Club 1, 2 aa I' LENORA STELLA PEVERLY Bethel, Vermont Medical Assistant No-Rah . . . quiet when sleeping . . . food, food, food . . . "Heck of a mess" . . . loves steno? . . . excellent swimmer . . . "Hot Toddyv. Medical Club ELIZABETH KENDRICK PEACOCK Wynnewood, Pennsylvania General Libby . . . freckles from head to toe . . . "Here, here" . . . "I'll never tell" . . . usually found eating . . . connoisseur of Knitting . . . do I hear a uke playing? . . . "Unforgettable". Secretarial Clubg Para-psychology JOAN KAVANAUGH PF EIFFER Williamsport, Pennsylvania Interior Decoration Joan . . . dimples to win your favor . . . what's that on her finger? . . . a cheer for the Nittany Lions . . . "lust once" . . . dislikes know-it-alls . . . "Nevertheless". Art Club, Treas. CATHARINE LOUISE PICKLE Columbia, Pennsylvania Merchandising Pick . . . noted for monkey shines . . . personality plus . . . a fiend for acting . . . "Jimminies" . . . sewing helps the wardrobe . . . just concentrating on the future . . . "When the Saints Come Marching In". Youth Fellowship lg Sewing Club 1, 2, Glee Club lg Dramatic Club 1, 2, Pres.g Merchandising Club 1, 25 Daisy Chain VV.l 41- ALICIA del SANDOVAL MARTINEZ Santa Ana City, El Salvador Secretarial Science Peque . . . what a fair complexion . . . "Did you do your Business English?" . . . love that walk . . . "Miercolas" . . . usually strolling through the lobby . . . "Cerezo Rosa". Spanish Club 1, 2 ADELA SANDOVAL MARTINEZ Santa Ana City, El Salvador Secretarial Science Lala . . . our sweet mischief maker . . . "Bellacas, cretines" . . . usually found reading historical novels . . . loves those last few seconds before class . . . "Be- gin the Beguineu. Spanish Club 1, 23 Fire Proctor 2 BETTY LOU SCHLESINGER Crestwood, New York Kindergarten Betty . . . the hands you love to touch . . . "I'm not going to cut my hair" . . . "Oh, well -- you know" . . . a pro on ice-skates . . . usually found in the kin- dergarten room . . . "You, You, You". Riding Club lg Kindergarten Club 1, 2g French Club lg Religious Fellowship 1, 2 iisiiwlji ,ft 7 Cl A Xifif 'W f fill ' H wifi I s 3 'ii' as as A tiff We 53,1 xhiiigrgi Zygmkw M, Egifgwlg :fu f2fgs,f:k5f'ff2:zL 'Gil ng: ug, ,djfgggigef ,i1gQi5,,25Sigi5 g ft P?-H' its 25? ldftitiiig 1 igje ,Q .Q f-ii fit: be 1, lm 4 ,gel Koi is ii? Ai E538 it Lil it -- -2 if rf Q 11, :,. , .:. A ....,.. --., -:s.l:ElA . , i t EE: : f 'w95s6mwi,E, , um K ZR W g ..S,, gag is Stissfgfiisweesi fs we ,- er:t,gim1wfEE'iiiig1sL - f- wi f ' my M8535 W , gi , 1 x nf! I ug, JO ANN RUTH SMITH Coopersburg, Pennsylvania Medical Assistant Jo . . . always playing practical jokes . . . outstandingly friendly to all . . . "I hate those party poopers" . . . Room 210 is her hide-away . . . "O, Mein Papa". Medical Club 1, 2 iz BARBARA ADRIENNE WAUGH Fresh Meadows, Long Island Medical Assistant Barb . . . her wit can't be topped . . . naturally nice musical talent? . . . "Stupid" . . . "Did you hear what I did to my hand?" . . . uke playing is her pastime . . . MARTHA JANE SULLIVAN Larchmont, New York General Janie . . . those flashing gold streaks . . . "What's the story, morning glory?" . . . Janie had a little Ford . . . U.V.A. is here to stay . . . our M.M .... counting the days till Friday . . . ''Ding-Dong-Daddy-Doctoch". Merchandising Club 1, Vice-Pres. 25 Dramatic Club, Treas. 1, Vice-Treas. 2g House President lg Home Ec- onomics, Vice-Pres. 2 i f 3 Q ,E gp "Too Young". Medical Club 1, 23 Fire Proctor 1 new ARLEEN M. WELSH Newburgh, New York Secretarial Science R .... cute nose . . . "Lady" . . . Oh those college weekends . . . parties, parties . . . "Patent Leather Shoes" . . . little noises and unique sayings . . . a cheer leader for Woo Poo . . . "Have a Good Time". Secretarial Club, Vice-Pres. lg Home Economics, Sec. 2g Glee Club lg Daisy Chaing Student Council JUNE WETZEL White Plains, New York Kindergarten "Wetz', . . . Our E. P. whirlwind for five years . . . "Are we having 'STEW' for lunch?" . . . ace of the water show . . . "Want to go to the village" . . . sports a new car . . . "Washington and Lee Swing". Kindergarten 1, 2g Athletic Association, Vice-Pres. 2g Water Ballet 2, Manager 2g Sketch Book 2, Photogra- phy Editor 3' 4, , is this JOAN MARIE ZIMMERMAN East Orange, New Jersey Merchandising "Ioan" . . . our Dorothy Dix . . . her smile packs a wallop . . . "Crazy little mixed up college kids?" . . . Upsala weekends . . . those dachshunds . . . usually found in the swimming pool . . . "Oh, When the Saints Come Marching In". Merchandising Club 1, 2g Dramatic Club 15 Sketch Book Staff, Advertising Editor 2g Fire Proctor 2g Water Ballet 2g Sewing Club, Treas. 2 SPECIAL STUDENTS - COLLEGE JEAN BACKES RUTH DE LA ESPRIELLA HIGH SCHOOL ALICE BEDROSIAN LISA CLAIBORNE panama JANET DORWIN PRISCILLA GESER DIANNE NUZZACO Ax 'I X - , Q fu, Mptfjx r ' tl sn, ll J 5 l.x1g,..nQ X 51' x- 5 l..xl,t .N u, .E Q, t.l-g,n.aJq- xX 'A K X ai x, , N N .ix ' N . -.l 1 1,5 hp , l. '.' am, 44 A ' ,J 3 K-ive 5 4 ,I-.if V 8 x 'ge Vx. -IU' rl, af' V 4 'Qs is an -. -- '- . 7 7 if A ' , . y ' 1 4.41 ..:-.3321 13 'Ji H- Afi'L"7?T1 Ffgriiu- - -2' f..iiwifir f:if?i-1.e- -S -P 1 Y .?:!E'r5:.55E'T.x.a:12EE'::f..?j 1 :'1?2flififE-'5J?:'.:-y --A""-ig'-iilglrzztzz 513 : 'T' -1 - -3:-" "' yzwzakiiiiiz 'Q'- A-M-2'-'3"':ggF5He!1:-i'5E'! fsi1se!!,55g:5.".'1 'J' f VM A 'H uh ' ii5'!2.5L:-iii" " THIS M HWEWHEH... Thoughts will often wander back to familiar memories . . . each of us has had a special day, a special hour, a special laugh . . . These thihgs will we re- member. "We the People" opened the year with a "Rah Rah" party for the new Juniors. Classes finally got underway with girls running to the Social Desk to find out where in the world such-and-such a room was. The formal Faculty Reception Acquaint- ance dance was a very successful highlight of the fall. Janie learned a new song in early '5 3, "Ding Dong." And Margot decided to spend more time at school. With Spring came the new Student Council. Uproar became silence and Maryel reigned. The Woo Poo spring weekendg Susie will never forget that! Joyce, 'won't Pete ever have a car that runs during Junior-Senior weekend? Marge and Jo hope so! Gloria and Pat will often think of that weekend, too . . . dining and mucho Dixieland. Rosie and Sali, was that the time you had trouble with the elevator? The May Pageant was really something . . . Juniors were fairies and gingerbread men down on the beautiful meadow. Then came the Daisy Chain. How about it, Pidge, was it fun? Remember the new Juniors: so young, so fresh, so oblivious of their future? The many picnics behind Mrs. Sowell's house were wonderful get-togethers, but didn't we have a slight cold spell? We vaguely remember Susie shivering over the fireplace. Where did all the peanuts come from, Lee? Wow, they kept us surviving 44 practically all of October. And then Kay came through with real, honest-to-good- ness-no-fibbing pretzels! We won't forget the days that loan, Betty, Bobbie, and the rest appeared with their rings! And how about Joyce, Jeanne, Gloria, Pidge, Janie, Bod, Arleen and June with their various and sundry jewels? Joyce has paid for hers in many long phone calls. How many sweaters were knitted in December? How many needles were lost, how many rows ripped? Rosemary was our maestro . . . It was along about De- cember that the Juke-box turned Spanish. The smoker became crowded with Sambas and Mambos . . . and Miss Kurkhill cut her hair. Libby, do you remem- ber counting those demerits before Christmas? And Maryel, how about the night Jack called and you said, "How nice" . . . How about the Friday a crowd went to Ossining for Sal's Christmas dinner. You were really worried about staying at school, weren't you? There was "Holly Haven", the Christmas dance. Arlene, that Woo Poo uniform cheered many hearts. But wasn't Chris worried? Did everyone notice all the orchids that night? My, how the dates enjoyed themselves! Jo and Sali heard the one o'clock news! Oh, what a mad rush to get the Sketch Book out! With Eg tearing her hair and the rest working like Hends-it was really hectic! We wonder if Libby remembers the two years of ukelele playing, or Kram the endless bridge. It looked like knitting had replaced bridge for a while. But bermudas and knee-socks never went out of style . . . girls even wore argyles! Arlene always enjoyed typing so much, we guess she'll be an A-1 secretary. With a million names and a trillion faces still on our minds, and along with all of the Seniors from E. P., we lift our hearts and say "Thank you" and "God Bless You" for two wonderful years. f fi 4' X l ' Y 4 ' fx' 5,9 . V nw, j 5 'In jg GX .".t'Q ,V N. al? uk xt X X-t . N E- l' iliS2Ql5i'W tx, 'W X fy? avr .1 rfrigki we KM Piggy, A xxx 4 ll ii ifxg ', .' ' X N raw!-af-ll. f . , . gt' P .Q x 154 Xmlls-.n,.,, ,A.G',-Y, f. 1-.l,, '- a s ,B-.1,.,f 1. fl f' ' ' r Wqfzf f -E327 ' v '-'-, ,J ff f J , . 7329? -5 ff "7,! ,ll L 7 ffQ'TZeg',,zZ:4 fi A- 14' " i X K," K' ,7'f6' '-' x?-xv. UPPER UIVIEHNI SHHUH KNEE llllll ARLENE ANTHONY leaves a carton of cigarettes to Sue Coolis. LEE BADER leaves a blanket for those cold nights in the closet to Carol Pike BETTY BARROCAS wills her ability in dancing to Chila. CHRIS BAYLEY leaves her intemal med. book to Sue Ames. IRENE BODNAR wills her voice to Ro McLaughlin. SARA BUCKNER leaves her changeable mind to Marjean Jones. ANGIE CARRASQUILLO leaves one small perfume bottle to her JOAN CARSWELL wills her short haircut to Claresse Peterson. SANDI DeGARMO wills her 'LLite and Brite" to Gail Bone. 46 suitemates ELHES Ullll Conffnttd JOYCE DOBBIE leaves her inability in shorthand to Carol McNair. PAT EGAN leaves her "Yalie" weekends to Pat Neiman in place of Brown. SALI EVANS wills Penelope, her camel, to anyone who can ride on one hump. FREDDIE FEE leaves her mail from Toronto to Janie Bradshaw. BARBARA FOSTER wills her ice skates to Barbara Cole. MARYEL GARRETT wills her one black shoe to Ginger 0'Connor. JOAN HAYES wills Westchester roads to the day hop-Young twins. NANCY HEDSTROM leaves her knitting needles to Shirley Sterne. MARGOT HICKEY wills her college weekends to Pat Clark. HILDE HINCK wills her phone calls from Fort Schuyler to Anne Seaman. SUSIE JOHNSON wills "those" Charleston steps to Lorraine Rosinewitz. J EANNE KRAMER leaves a seat in the Senior smoker to Ottalie F rederickson JO LEISURE leaves a seat in Charlie's bus to Nancy Rosenthal. ROSEMARY LILL wills her typing ability to Barbara Kelly. MARJORY LOWMAN leaves her Bermuda shorts to Betsy Gray. BARBARA MCMURRAIN wills a happy ending at West Point to Pat Webb. GLORIA MILES wills a pair of argyle socks to M . A. Lear. ELVIRA MORRIS wills her lipstick brush to Dot Proges. AUDIE MURRAY wills the tennis courts to Jean Wilson. LYNN MUTTER leaves her alarm clock to Barbara Sporn. SUSIE NICKERSON leaves her room fully equipped to Pinky Solem. GINNY O'SUCH leaves her full mail box to anyone who has a wheelbarrow. CLORINDA PARZIALE wills her height to Iris Keenan. LIBBY PEACOCK wills her uke to anyone who wants to struggle with it. JOAN PEIFFER leaves her wonderful temper to Denny Millard. NORA PEVERLY wills her ability in shorthand to Peg Spencer. KAY PICKLE wills her seven dear little chimps to Mona Schiavoni. ADELA SANDOVAL leaves her height to Barbara Bair. ALICIA SAN DOVAL wills mucho air mail letters to Paula DeVito. BETTY SCHLESLINGER leaves a box of ginger snaps to the Beck Twins. JO SMITH leaves her room 219 to Joanne Stulin. JANIE SULLIVAN wills her golden streaks to Katie Ringland. BARBARA WAUGH leaves her blood counts to any med. who wants it. ARLENE WELSH wills her mouthwatering sings to Louise Sawyer. JUNE WETZEL wills her car to the Junior Class. BARBARA WICKS wills her trips to Yale to anyone who is lucky enough to get there. JOAN ZIMMERMAN leaves her letters from servicemen to Carol Swenson. 47 i N it Li to Succeed? ' 0 Malik' mmm X ,f 'uf V..r i ' I I .S :fel Zen' r1'?1oiq4'f.2sk:n'2i'lkMLfe ug, Gi?-1 v- K fR'A'5"-wd f ,M ,lf gif f Q? N 3 ' fm... 'E 4r"'f if XY? , 4-a. X X xy:ht A '1f::n.i'xf.::1g9,::t X . v' ws' Q 4"'v':""' 4 f ff' .Q H HK iw E25 AAA lg 5, 4 2 .0 - ,-, ff. LZJIX A4135 -- if-2' X 1-TMA 'if Af? 3 Mega: .fr gJNar'fo+ Milky A if ,B gmail Svlllv , 7 cf Mfr-Qgluggf N V7 y,jAr1..1",, 'J A Qfff? W ' " Q15 'W VH 1553 3'F.iZ'Ll'..j32?f.4 Qi Q rmen ggg l safflfly De. Garmo if Q 'IQ T :JEBQA '-nf-lf' WW A lNQ'l-Arlene. Anluwoh fc 7- 2 1' K3 .f V . ' J if ' iffy 5 .,,s. 5 X Nryost . S 'I' Shiga X T Nigik 'Q 34? EEST f 5 jeff! yi js If J' fy N iktf ix if LJ 'Wx lim fog CZ- K, aug f ,W We Qxngi B if Tp r HlPE HHUHEHL Rip, having viewed Edgewood Park and the yearly activities of study and companionship of the girls who live within its walls, hesitates before returning to the hillside where he will fall into eternal sleep. In his mind is the question, "What will become of the girls who last walked through the doors of Edgewood Park on May 31, l954?" Joanne Leisure will undoubtedly still be sitting in the Senior Smoker -- pulling away. New York will enthrall many of the talented graduates. Rip can see Rose Lill Hsharping her Flats' in the Metropolitan. Sara Buckner will have her first Broadway hit-drawlin' the crowd, while CBS shall thrive on the beautiful French songs of Lee Bader and Hilde Hinck. Some of the Merchandise majors will be well established and doing big business in the fashion cities of the world. Ginny O'Such will have bought out Lord 84 Taylor. Just in from Canada is Freddie 50 PHUPHESH Conffnued Fee to show her "ski-easy" fashions, but nothing can top Joan Hayes for revolu- tionizing the fashions on Mars. The new election results will show Maryel Garrett the governor of Philadel- phia. Janie Sullivan will be supporting her by pushing a new bill, "Education through Song", with Betty Barrocas for the dance angle. To top the votings, Audrey Murray will have been elected to the U. N.! From West Point - the fortification in the Catskills - will have come alumni news: Barbara McMurrain, absorbed in marriage, will be still moving from post to post and meeting Angie Carrasquillo occasionally. Irene Bodnar, with that two- minute notice, will be packing her "little Pointers" off to one of Arlene Welsh's armual "Barracks Chatter" club meetings. Word comes from Susie Nickerson, the iirst U. S. Post Mistress, that Joyce Dobbie, lost in an igloo and snowed under with housework, is unable to attend. Doing graduate art work at U.C.L.A., will be Barbara Foster, under her ever encouraging housemother, Arlene Anthony. A fellow classmate, Joan Cars- well, is still studying those crazy figures. Among the adventurous gad-abouts Rip visualizes Lynn Mutter parachuting to the mysterious "Monkey Island". "Spunky Monkey" Pickle, who is experiment- ing with evolution, will be there to welcome her. Pat Egan, June Wetzel, and Libby Peacock, weary from their endless swimming across to Europe, will stop off for the fun. The breeze will have brought the news that Sandi DeGarmo, Pidge Hedstrom Cin search of a new "pick-up" stitchl, and Joan Zimmerman will arrive in Clorinda Parziale's new yacht. Margot Hickey, who had to go back for her drawings, is hurrying to join them. Marriage will have captured Jean Kramer and little Margie Lowman. Alicia and Adela Sandoval have husbands who ''no-speeka-da-Engleesh''. Barbara Waugh and Jo Smith have sent their kiddies off to school to study under Betty Schlesinger, while Chris Bayley, with her minor surgery notes, meets every emergency. Headlines of Sali Evans' paper, "News-a-Flying" will bring word that Nora Peverly has "splashed" a new Olympic record, and also the news of the breakup of the "goodies racket" brought about by the publicity of Elvira Morris and Joan Pfeilfer. Gloria Miles, who is still drinking iced tea, will be driving around with Susie Johnson and her dog in the circle at Lafayette. With a sigh of contentment, Rip closes his mind to the future and his eyes to the present and drifts back into uncomplicated dreams. 51 'Tyr 'um 5' 457 'Q 'Q ' 1 ,,W, L X"'A" W ' 71? 10 .... 49 Q, ,-.ag if "' "im U51 fx :ff WL. YH X .uf 7' ' H41 ' 1 w ,lines f f xv- . B 4 Aw Q' . 4 73 x 9 14-Q11 E fa gk X ' mga 796, an 15 5 Pe Q5 :rw 'Y 1 S R x f,' "X 'N XL 1 -3-.EX , f ' , f SV QS . , .ng Axb 9 .N h,'-Q. Q! ' Z- K45l w.'-14 ' ,Vx xxjj . V ff. ' ' ' .fffn X, in ,ff ' L A KW' J if xldtwnhw X 'Nil ,. mb: lk Ill! ,P f M lm X f Cf ff . SL X C' -iggfmv ' Q Mfr' SH,- Baad ' cy 'gffifffk 1' M ff Ill, af- af? Q f UW, ,, T B 1 -,pr-?,,,,' 4115 YI? WJ JUHIUH ELHES UFHEEHE Vice President EUNICE MILLARD Secretary Treasurer LOIS LANNING SUSAN COOLIS 55 L, - 'i X. N T? ALEXANDER, Patricia BAIR, Barbara Ann BECK, Carol BLACK, Patricia AMES, Suzanne C. BARES, Carolina BECK, Catherine BLOOM, Claire M.. .Nm 'YW X lii' ,,.aa A 552, ., I , U l ARMSTRONG, Donna Lee BATARSE, Elizabeth BENTON, Susan BONE, Gail BAEKEY, Dorothy Anne BEBBLE, Sandra BITTEL, Barbara BOOTH, Janet Q. 'I' iik 'C X'VL it kykxk ii E. VRADSHAW, Jane FHAPMAN, Dorothy TOLE, Barbara Lee TOOLEY, Jocelyn ix? Q, BROWN, Dorothy CHICK, Marilyn COLMAN, Joan DeVITO, Paula i BROWN, Rhea CLARK, Patricia CONDON, Rosemary DOERING, Marilyn BRUMOND, Maureen CLEMENTS, Patricia COOLIS, Susan DONLEAVY, Elizabeth J' 4.3 8 , DOYLE, Janet FREDERICKSON, GRAY, Mary JEW, Peggy Ottolee ,rig f ig si S? . - 1 ii DUMSCHOT, Virginia FRITZ, Mary HERMAN, Renee JONES, Marjean ' 4 Ji' 1, ,Z fn' Lk ,ri Q 1 , " 0 I 1 ,fy -.V f n f- X4 '6 -1- J f J .XNSVM A I Q ,R x.:, Q Vk.L H :,, J.. E EISENBURG, Doris FREIDEL, Gilda HERZIG, Jane JUNE, Gwendolyn ELSBERG, Liese FROTHINGHAM, JAMES, Margaret KEENAN, 'Iris Carol en. lf' fi' QELLY, Barbara ANNING, Lois .YNN, Joan 1cNAMARA, Joan KEMPF, Sally LEAR, Mary Ann MacPHAlL, Maria MARTIN, Delores Z' KNIGHT, Beverly LEBRON, Cecilia KOGAN, Myma LIVI, Mary Ann MCLAUGHLIN, Rosemary MCNAIR, Carolyn MARYMAN, Jo MILEMORE, Lois .1 A ,E I n , u .L 1. g. if 5 1 L g I -, 4' I . ff . I , MILLARD, Eunice O'CONNOR, Kathleen REYNOLDS, Joanne ROSENTHAL, Nancy ,, - , il , . . .-- 1 ,x X J x A w up , , 4 l fi I 2 ww 5 I V N' E MORSE, Billye PETERSON, Clarese RINGLAND, Catherine RUBINOW, Adele '33 MUDANO, Virginia PIKE, Carol RIVERA, Jennie SALERNO, Joan .RX m y f 12 , "X ,, i . " . r t', to ,. ii, i f L NIEMAN, Patricia RASIMOWIEZ, Lorraine ROHR, Lois SAWYER, Barbara AWYER, Louise CHWEIZER, Jean VIITH, Karen ?ENCER, Helen SCHIAVONI, Mona SEAMAN, Ann SOLEM, Patricia SPIRO, Barbara E Q ' t G' 6 Q , SCHUSTER, Evelyn SCHWEIGHOFER, Nancy SEMIDEY, Herminia SKELTON, Susan SPAF FORD, Betty SPEAR, Enid SPORN, Barbara STEBBINS, Martha , -in , wi A . vm f x4- V -. w 2- B' ' , B K h K N4 .fe 'Q -In I -. .lr s ,. 4 'Zi is ,BI i 5 STERN, Joan SWENSON, Carol VIOLA, Mary WEBB, Patricia R STULEN, Helen VANDIVER, Nancy VOLCKERS, Sylvia WACHTER, Barbara WEINSTEIN, Joan 62 WEINSTEIN, Lois STERNE, Shirley UNGER, Edith SWEENEY, Carole VAN SISE, Jane WACHTER, Cynthia WHITE, Eileen WILSON, Jeanne YOUNG, Caroline YOUNG, Christine ' v YW T ,A-M ff SHHUH UHIEEHS PHEPHHHTUHH SEHUUL President Vice President BARBARA ROBINSON JANICE ENGSTROM Secretary Treasurer CARESSE ODUBER BARBARA HATCH 64 ,plum NOEL EVE ALLEN New York City, New York General Tocky . . . "Did you ever?" . . . with the figure to match the clothes . . . In the smoker daydreaming or talking . . . "My Foolish Heart". Home Economics 4, Dramatics 3, 43 Fine Arts 4, Religious Fellowship 4 ANNE REVERDY CRAMER Panama City, Republic of Panama General Rocky . . . quaint and corny . . . seen dancing that crazy jig in Judie's room . . . f'Howdie Doodie Lukey" . . . our "Brain" . . . "Because of You". Dramatics'Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Water Ballet KAREN MARY CREAMER Freeport, Long Island ' General Kasey . . . "Love that boy!" . . . her "A" pin . . . winning ways, cute retorts . . . no room for the Navy . . . regularly in the study hall . . . "Anchors Away". Clothing Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, French Club 3, Spanish Club 4 ELSA MARLENE DASPIN New York City, New York College Prep Sam . . . "That my phone?" . . . known for those fabulous gifts from Buddy . . . darlin' figure . . . found waiting . . . "Shobea'obe". Home Economics 4g Dramatics 4, French 3, Fine Arts 4 65 'Qu 41' 'auf .,,,,, we PATRICIA R. EDELMAN Lawrence, New York College Prep Pat . . . "Too much!" . . . "Fabulous" . . . perfection plus when it comes to hair . . . homeward bound on Fridays . . . "Ricochet". Home Economics 4, Art 4, Dramatics 4 JANICE MARIE ENGSTROM Hancock, New Hampshire General Jan . . . "Now what'll I do?" . . . dimpled smile . . . Where are we going next weekend? . . . friend to all . . . smoker waiting for mail . . . "Tenderly". Secretarial Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, Fire Proctor 3 PAMELA JOAN EVEREST Ridgewood, New Jersey General Chuckles . . . "Don't get hurt" . . . long, lean and likeable . . . forever on the phone . . . comedy star . . . "If I Love Again". Riding 4, Dramatic 45 Jr. Red Cross 49 Chorus 4 HARRIET R. GARFINKEL Jamaica Estates, Long Island College Prep Henri . . . "One of these daysv . . . "Who me?" . . . never a dull moment . . . that room . . . Those practical jokes . . . terrific . . . dig those crazy curls . . "Stardust", Spanish Club 3, 4, French 3 66 JOAN GRAFF New York City, New York General Bunnie . . . "You know?" . . . noted for endless worrying, pink lipstick and those pastel sweaters . . . Monday morning blues . . . "Three Olclocku. Dramatic Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Sewing Club 4, Fire Proctor 4 LOEL MIMI HASPEL New Orleans, Louisiana General Meem . . . "Where's my watch?" . . . "Who stole it?" . . . weekends, ten-thirty classes, drama, and the good ole' South . . . "Body and Soul". Spanish Club 4, Riding Club 4, Dramatics Club 4 BARBARA TOMB HATCH Wallingford, Pennsylvania General Bobbie . . . "How 'bout that?" . . . pretty and sweet . . . Glenridge . . . bubbling laughter . . . West Point gets closer every day . . . "Tenderly". Spanish Club 4g Art Club 4g Winter Sports Club 3 CAROLYN HERRING Mansfield, Ohio General George . . . "Oh Mother!" . . . "Come on, Sally" . . . sparkling green eyes . . . fun to be with . . . In the smoker or the library . . . "Always", 67 ,--Q HELEN ELIZABETH HOFFMAN Bellport, Long Island General Betsy . . . "No! Seriously" . . . noted for her love of seven o'clock baths . . . always in the Dutch waiting to leave for Sleepy Hollow . . . "Blue Moon". Art Club 4g Riding Club 4g Secretarial Club 4 RITA SUSAN JAFFE Virginia Beach, Virginia College Prep Rita Sue . . . "Well to tell you the truth" . . . tennis, anyone? . . . friendliness and a ready smile . . . that Southern accent . . . eyes . . . "It Had To Be You". Dramatic Club 3, 4g French Club 3, 4g Home Economics 4g Varsity Tennis DIANA, JENKIN Hyde Park, New York General Gladys . . . "Do you know what?" . . . blonde and blue-eyed . . . noted for worry- ing and haunting the post oyfiice . . . water skiing . . . "Wish You Were Here". Spanish Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 4 GERALDINE KEDERICH Tarrytown, New York General Gerry . . . "Oh Really?" . . . noted for her unbelievable innocence . . . usually found in the pool practicing her water ballet . . . "Rain". Water Ballet 45 Religious Fellowship 4 68 JO ANNE LIBRIZZI Bronxville, New York General Jo . . . "So much" . . . pretty blonde hair, twinkling blue eyes . . . always pleasant and understanding . . . writing Lehigh, knitting . . . "The Moon Is Blue". IDY LINARES Panama City, Republic of Panama College Prep Idy . . . "Will I ever learn to knit?" . . . constantly in the Smoker . . . that creative writing . . . cute mannerisms . . . "Polka, Polka". JUDITH MAXINE MILLER Miami Beach, Florida College Prep Judie . . . "Scared blue" . . . Have a doughnut . . . Stan . . . a wardrobe out of Vogue . . . Do I hear a French accent? . . . "Tenderly". Home Economics 4g Art Club 4 CARESSE ODUBER Curaco, West Indies General Corsetta . . . "Beep Beep" . . . knitting on that red tie? . . . found with her laundry or outside the infirmary door . . . "I'm In the Mood For Love". French Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4g Spanish Club 1, 3, French Club 4 69 CAROL ANN PROAPS Knoxville, Tennessee General Rebel . . . "The South shall rise again" . . . dainty mannerisms . . . charming smile . . . the ability to get along with all . . . "April In Paris". French Club Treasurerg Dramatic Club 4g Modems Dance 4 BARBARA ALEXANDRA QUINN Kingston, New York General Quinny . . . "Bless You" . . . trim, neat, and terrific . . . always lending a helping hand . . . usually writing those special letters . . . "Because". Chorus 4 RITA ELAINE RAND Brooklyn, New York College Prep Rat . . . "Therefore" . . . Edgewood's best satirist . . . noted for her Formula nine and her room . . . "Dansero". Spanish Club 3, 4g President of Sophomore Class BARBARA ANN ROBINSON New York City, New York College Prep Robbie . . . "C'est la vie" . . . that innocent look when she gets those 99's . . . usually found in 230 reading . . . leadership . . . "Sentimental Journey". French Club 4g Varsity Tennis 4g Senior Class President 70 BARBARA ANN SHOMER Bronxville, New York General Bobbie . . . "Too Young" . . . always accompanied by her alligator pocketbook, and her English literature book . . . "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewilderedn. Spanish Club 4 NANCY ANN THURSTON Poughkeepsie, New York General Nance . . . "Oh really?" . . . "Do I?" . . . long hair . . . where are those many letters and telephone calls? . . . blushing . . . "My Secret Love". Art Club 3, 45 Fire Proctor 3g Varsity Tennis 3, 4 SALLY TUCKER Fitchburg, Massachusetts General Tuck . . . "Nevah, Wah" . . . "Oh Mummy" . . . bottled sunshine . . . baking cakes, and getting to bed by three A.M .... "I'll Never Stand In Your Way". YVTELISE GEIGEL VELA Santurce, Puerto Rico College Prep Little One . . . "Chihuahua" . . . cute, beautiful brown hair with eyes to match . . . 017 to English again? . . . "Oh You Beautiful Doll". French Club 3, 45 Spanish 3, 4 71 GAY HATHAWAY WILLIAMS Rye, New York General Gay . . . A cute, light haired composite of sweetness . . . understanding and sincere . . . "Wake Me At Five!" French Club 3, Sewing Club 3, Fire Proctor 3, Sophomore Treas.g Junior Sec- retary-Treas. MILDRED RAYMOND WORCESTER Mt. Kisco, New York College Prep Millis . . . "By golly and you'd better believe it!" . . . noted for that endless knit- ting circle . . . water ballet . . . "Love Walked In". Treasurer of A.A.g Water Balletg Vice-President of Sophomore Class JOAN T. WUNCH Port Chester, New York College Prep Joanie . . . "Why?" . . . solitude, good books, weekends, and good music . . . what a vocabulary! . . . no interference . . . "Begin The Beguinev. French Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 4, Home Economics 4 72 'ws as MSS Ullll NOEL ALLEN Leaves with her diploma. ANNE CRAMER To Marty Trewhella "The Army for a change!" KAREN CREAMER My place in a West Point cab to anyone who can afford it. ELSA DASPIN PAT EDELMAN To Gilda F riedel my luck in receiving gifts. Tussy cream to Barbara Lobman. JAN ENGSTROM Leaves her soft voice to Paula Johnson. PAM EVEREST JOAN GRAFF LOEL HASPEL BOBBIE HATCH i-X ' c""g"v L -1- To Anne Beaudry a bottle of peroxide and my long hair. My Edgewood Park tank suit to any fortunatef VJ mermaid Leaves her Florida mails to Lady Malcolm Those good old Penn songs to Connie DeWzlde ,f 5' 9 ly fl M' lla f' '..-"r, J t.. ... 1..,,g.' -:C 1 f 1 F f T' A nlmfr 1- l , +- 5 ,fa - , ,, " ff ' " . . f-Q- ,I A-4 3- 2 , ,'.. .-Q - fx ,,.'-jx 1-75? ' Q x !"' 4: K L ef. 'X T 'H+ f - -- R Jf HARRIET GARFINKEL My demerits to the school. I X r 'lily i M bf ' .J I' ,'f5'ff'.l.l 4 My v Xl "s l 1 ' 4 X401 1 ll l I l U I 0 qt X if if till' ff 'li H1 K fw A X ffm? .V N Xielf I J ii.: 5' 'WARN ' x ff 'Kiwis NNN : " . .4.b'E.i59Y 4 0' if 'i lfftrb-'ii' v 1759 all X 1 if i ' - XX X ig, X Y X ' 3 NR X xii X' xii ,N X Nui X XX, X X X X X SX J x Q XY X X CAROL HERRING BETSY HOFFMAN RITA SUE JAFFE DIANE JENKIN GERRY KEDERICH JOANNE LIBRIZZI IDY LINARES JUDY MILLER CARESSE ODUBER CAROL PROAPS BOBBIE OUINN RITA RAND BOBBIE ROBINSON BOBBIE SHOLMER NANCY THURSTON SALLY TUCKER My friendship with Miss Kurkhlll to any needy Junior To Dotty Porges my place at the water fountain Leaves good times to the Junior class The "hoods" to Lee Fuller. Wills her ability to be gullible zo anyone To Linda Levin a gold key. My AM plus and best regards to Enid F riedhzem She leaves her Liz Taylor appearance to any lucky Junior Leaves her alarm clock to Janet Telfayen My Southern drawl to all the girls North of the Mason Dixon Line Wills her writing ability to Barbara Kimball Leaves her untidy room slips to anyone who wants them' Leaves her intelligence to E. P. Leaves her pocket-book to Babs Sterling To Paula Johnson my long hair and curlers Wills a welcome mat to Bobbie Kimball YVELISE GEIGLE VELA My English classes with Miss Kurkhill to Evelyn Rivera GAY WILLIAMS Her trips back and forth to E.P to anyone who likes to travel MILLIE WORCESTER My full mailbox to Debbie Ludlow JOAN WUNSCH My Latin lll and N.Y.U. to anyone who wants them' 75 us? Z5 w WuPLfUff5 sTv 1-521 ol 25 Q165iEiibw- x ' -' 972 QQZIBN l- L- XV' rw: ,ity gm v QP kbs AM ,I ,. I M'l'.?3, 'I QA .,,ff5ii:EFgx igmlfmy 6- t 4 ,I V LX , I V ' I' x f K rr " P yl P "saw I l Qi a ig? BX I,-4. If 1 t N at .fly N V -ku a- , Q 5 I5 xixx -if 4, Ek F Zn X 'S+ Enid Fruedguim Barbara Sterling Constance DeWilde Diane Foster Paula Johnson Marylee Fuller Dorothy Porges JUHIUH KNEE Miss Graves Ginnette Ades Barbara Lobman Joyce Fox Deborah Lobman Sheila Rubin Lynn Fruchtman 78 Joyce Sherman Morton Young Linda Levin Barbara Kimball Patricia Davidson Martha Trewhella Ann Beaudey SUPHUWUHES HHH SPiE19LSiUHHHS Shirley Enochson Judith Abranson Rosalie Governale Sandra Cohen Carmen Rivera Miss Graves Carmen Cardenas 79 'ff J I W I J. r' tr 'I Q, L y K, M A if AX R Runoff" 1 xx XM JJ WX W mg 1 , q 7- 'Q' 55" I A f-N 'Q R 1 - 5' ,F X fig 5 QQ' SQ- . .. 15. N , 'ny fff- ff x - ,N mf ,, X 0. gi Ni. 5 ls' 'Z N9 3 1 n 041 - A4 ll -ll I f- 25 K ..f S X fig fi Z'- K- X 5 I 'x w X S W-...I C? Q4 "Lights Out" can be heard echoing through the corridors by members of the student council as they make their rounds through the night. A form of self- government is used in disciplinary cases. The council, with a faculty advisor has a representative from the different classes. This year the council has endeavored to help the students by re-instating an approved demerit system. Every student has a right to a hearing before the Council makes a decision. President MARY L. GARRETT Secretary SUSAN NICKERSON Treasurer WINNIFRED FEE Members of the student body, under the guidance of student council, are chosen twice a year to enforce the house rules of Edgewood Park. Their position includes such tasks as checking attendance at assembly meetings, and maintaining quiet after "lights out". All credit to them! 82 EWUHH EUUHEIL HUUEE PHUETUHE This is the second year Edgewood has had an entertainment committee. Under I H the guidance of Mrs. Turek and chairman, Jeanne Kramer, the group planned the social affairs of the year. New forms of entertainment were successfully introduced I to the student body. These functions were many and varied. K, XM, .. ,sua-Y' LL P mg I .1 gl P 4 p 7 ,1 QQ fi WEUIEHL HSEIUHHTE HEEUEIHTIUH The year's activities opened with a picnic and an enjoyable evening at the Athletic Association's Hallowe'en party. Much hard work was done to make the formal Christ- mas dance, "Holly Haven," a success. Such undertakings as field trips, and a dinner in the Medical laboratory just before vacation brought all the members closer together. Capping and Pinning exercises, then a tea closed the Association's year. 83 The French Club presents to its members interesting information other than that obtained in the class room. They sponsor such things as movies, trips to museums, lectures on art, history and travel. Their outstanding event of the year was the production of a play, "Simone Fait Bonne Impression" at meeting, French songs, games, and refreshments promote a spirit of fellowship among the students. President CONSTANCE DCWILDE Secretary CARESSE ODUBER Vice President GINETTE ADES Treasurer CAROL ANN PROAPS President JENNIE RIVERA Secretary ANGIE CARRASQUILLA Vice President ELIZABETH BATARSE Treasurer CARMEN CARDENAS Spanish girls are we from Edgewood Cadence is a characteristic of our Park. We are joined in our Language. We come here to Activities by people of other Understand the American way of living in Nations. We try to Both school and social life. Inspire the girls to Show the customs of their Homelands. PHEHEH Elllll PHHIEH ELUH HlWHE ELUQ lHHUHll, lllUli lHU lHHlHD The Riding Club, composed of seventeen girls, was outstanding in the year 1953-1954. Under the guidance of Miss Hansen and Miss Clements, many en- joyable opportunities were offered to the students. The Riding Club was well represented at the Hallowe'en Party. It provided a horror house for the thrill- loving girls. In the springtime, the Edgewood riders competed with the girls from Briarcliff Junior College. Manager: HILDEGARD HINCK , Our group, under the guidance of Miss Bowman, consists of girls interested in clothing. From patterns and original designs we create fashions including everything from pajamas to formal gowns. This workmanship is exhibited twice annually in the form of fashion shows. At various times during the year we sell articles to benefit not only the club's enjoyment but also charitable organizations. President LYNN MUTTER Vice President LEE BADER Secretary-Treasurer JOAN ZIMMERMAN . w , A' UI An Evening in Paris" was only one among the many activities undertaken h h b the Merchandising Club at Edgewood. The first dance of the year was ig - Y lighted by the music of Mr. Pastorelle. We sponsored a booth at the Hallowe'en Party, which also proved to be a big success. This club, along with many others, has helped to make the school year a more diversified and enjoyable one. President ARLENE ANTHONY Secretary IRENE BODNAR Vice President PATRICIA CLEMENTS Treasurer LYNN MUTTER The ur ose of this Club is to develop characteristics that will carry over P P into the business world. The Club strives to promote leadership, responsibility, ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' b lications, and and initiative. Programs were given stressing good grooming, Jo app proper office procedure. 'd JOAN CARSWELL Secretary SUE JOHNSON Pres: ent Vice President SUE SKELTON Treasurer LORRAINE RASIMOUICZ 86 ELUH SEEHHHHIHL BLUE UHHHIHTIE CLUB Hill PHUETUHS For girls interested in the Theater, the Dramatic Club, under the direction of Mrs. Clark, is invaluable. It offers knowledge pertaining to the production of plays and the development of poise and imagination. In the fall, the members presented a very successful production of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay". The costumes were authentic! Other activities participated in by the Dramatic Club were "The Night Club," the Valentine Dance, "Sweetheart Swing"g and the annual spring play "Berkeley Square". Vice President JANE SULLIVAN Secretary-Treasurer SUSAN NICKERSON Two of the qualities which a girl must possess to be a fire proctor are a sense of responsibility and a calm disposition. Each fire proctor is in charge of an assigned group of students during fire drills. They must see that these girls are dressed warmly. They must also check to see that all windows are closed and that all girls are accounted for and in their proper stations. B7 The Kindergarten Club, under the direction of Mrs. Oakes, sponsored a booth for Hallowe'en. They sold gifts and corsages for donation to the Ossining Children's Center. They are very proud to have adopted a Korean war baby. The party of the year was given for the teachers from the Public Schools with whom the Seniors had worked in practice teaching. President .IOANNE LEISURE Secretary NANCY HEDSTROM Treasurer NANCY ROSENTHAL llli HIHUHIEHHIIH Elllll Hllllli IEUHUIHIEE Elllll The Home Economics Club, under the direction of Dr. Rogers, open to all interested students, strives to create friendly relationship and to develop home interest. The social activities included a booth at the Hallowe'en Festival, gifts to less fortunate people at Christmas. In April, the club took part in the Pan American Tea. At the end of the year, there was an exhibition of the fine work which had been done by the club members. President ELVIRA MORRIS Secretary ARLEEN WELSH Vice President JANE SULLIVAN Treasurer JANE HERZIG Hill BLUE ll HHIS Elllll The Arts Club is sponsored by the departments of Interior Decoration, Fashion Design and Fine Arts. Students taking any of these courses as well as those who are interested in art may join. It limits its activities to parties, picnics, and "get-togethersf' Money was raised this year by sponsoring a movie, "David and Bethsheba," and by auctioning a cashmere sweater set. Vice President LISA ELSBERG Secretary NOEL ALLEN Treasurer JOANNE PFEIFFER The Tennis Club participates in tournaments throughout the school year. Winter tinds the girls busy practicing on the indoor courts. With Spring they eagerly play outside to get ready for the serious competitions. "The Tennis Ball" dance in April, and a movie are sponsored by the club. 89 An interfaith organization which promotes fellowship and carries out socially creative tasks without in any way lessening the individual loyalty of its members to the faith of her choice. President WINNIFRED FEE Secretary DOROTHY CHAPMAN Vice President JANE BRADSHAW Treasurer HILDEGARD HINCK A selected group of voices are chosen at the beginning of the year to form the chorus which presents various concerts. 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Wolf, Pennsylvania Mt. Kisco, New York Port Chester, New York Bronxville, New York Bronxville, New York Fairlawn, New Jersey East Orange, New Jersey IEHHHUUE lllllll Elllll MR. OSCAR N. BARBER Donavin Apartments Briarcliff Manor, New York MISS OLIVE BERGLUND 143 Belaire Street Brockton, Massachusetts MRS. ALICE W. BILLINGS 216 Montgomery Avenue West Pittston, Pennsylvania MISS HELEN L. BOWMAN 128 East Locust Street Lebanon, Pennsylvania MISS RITA CASELLA 267 East 234 Street New York 70, New York MRS. MARION CLARK 24 Church Street Pittsford, New York MISS PATRICIA CLEMENTS 903 Southwood Drive Lufkin, Texas DR. HELEN M. CROCKER Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MISS MARTYVONNE DEHONEY 40 Macopin Avenue Upper Montclair, New Jersey MR. EDWARD DELANEY Donavin Apartments Briarcliff Manor, New York MRS. WAYNE L. DUNLAP 9 Camp Woods Road Ossining, New York MISS LILLIAN R. ELLIS Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MISS LUCY EVELETH 313 Essex Street Salem, Massachusetts MR. ARTHUR GOSS Pierson Gardens Ossining, New York MISS MARTHA MARNA GRAVES Knollwood Road, Woodmont Estates Nashville, Tennessee MRS. GRACE HALPIN Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York 103 MISS SHIRLEY A. HANSEN 41 1 West Grove Street Greenville, Michigan MISS MARCELLE HARRIGAN Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MISS LILLIAN H. HART Box 123 Elizabethtown, Kentucky DR. and MRS. OTTO HOUSER Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MRS. GRACE J UODEIKA 3703 N. E. Cleveland Avenue Portland 12, Oregon MISS PEARL KURKHILL 22 Boltis Street Mount Kisco, New York MRS. H. HAROLD LAZARUS 65-41 Saunders Street Forest Hills, New York MISS KATHERINE MCCONE I2 Pratt Street Norwich, Connecticut 'I04 MISS HELEN MARKS Lakeville, Connecticut MISS ELIZABETH MEAD Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MRS. ELSIE B. OAKES French King Highway Turners Falls, Massachusetts MISS THERESA O'BRIEN Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MR. and MRS. WALTER POWNALL Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MRS. ANTHONY REGERO 200 W. 108 Street New York 25, New York MRS. MAE RENNING 140 E. 81st Street New York 28, New York DR. E. CHARLOTTE ROGERS 80 Asylum Street Norwich, Connecticut MISS IRENE V. SHAMBORSKY 343 Main Street Eynon, Pennsylvania MISS ANITA SMITH Upper Shad Road Bedford, New York MISS MARY SMITH Sandy Street Mahopac, New York MR. GRANT SMITH 116-10 95th Avenue Richmond Hill 19, New York MRS. HARRIET REASER SOWELL Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MRS. GEOFFREY STEELE Quaker Road Chappaqua, New York MISS MARY B. THOMPSON Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MRS. MARGARET K. TUREK 387 Fourth Avenue Newark, New Jersey 105 MRS. FRED B. VAN ETT EN 3 Overton Road Ossining, New York MRS. PATRICIA VERDE Crompond Road Yorktown Heights, New York MRS. MARGARET WARNER Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MRS. VINCENT WHITTEN Ardsley-on-Hudson, New York MRS. MARGARET WILSON Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MISS ANN WOLF Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York MRS. MORLEY WOLFE Edgewood Park Briarcliif Manor, New York MISS LARAINE M. ZELNO 115 Betty Street Eynon, Pennsylvania MISS MECLETA ZIEBACH Edgewood Park Briarcliff Manor, New York X JA ' J fl- 671- 'L if if f I I X 1 H ' H . X pf X X K -Hr A A ! X 1 47131 X , I if 'T 351' 'KI I I ' ' '4'!' .r Z'7, g , x , f Y: v I J'-' 1 X X! ,L 0' i,.-1' '- , X! X I 1 ...T-gif il f J X X F1-Je Z' 'I ,, , 7 ,4 in 'il K" B 'gif 3' ff' "Q ' 11.4 XXZ4' ' . . ,.. I E.,-'Z' f ' 1 tg' -In - D, W l f W2-4. '- 'fi5':-',4'f" 7 D f ' lfwf ' k"" 7 ,. ' K , L11 B, f' 1 , ,ff f Z X ff Xxx!! X ,rift ,XI ,bi f ff' funf 1' fn' I X I X Elllllll HUUH The Sketch Book Staff acknowledges with appreciation the help of the following: JANET DOYLE: Art Work HARRIET GARFINKEL and JANET ENGSTROM: Literary Assistance Photographic Work Printing T. O'TOOLE and SONS, INC. SCOTT STUDIO 31 Jefferson St., Stamford, Conn. 47 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, N.Y. CONTRIBUTIONS PINE TREE INN MR. and MRS. CHRISTOPHER ' ' Guest House, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. Ossmmg, New York 106 direct sales personal service ori - inal layou so 0' : K' ia Q retouc ng ' 2 composition ,,, e.han Q halftone and line ne film and plate stripping A U plate making E offset printing ' '- folding complete bindery service packaging delivery t. o'toole and sons, inc. stamford, connecticut stamford 4-9226 new york me 5-4112 l0 In Westchester and Edgewood Pork School F. J. Cavcmough WS GALLUP DAIRY COMPANY R. c. wlLuAMs 8. ,,,s,,,,,u,o, CQMPANY' INC. BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE NEW YORK, N. Y. Distributors of , Comphmenfs of Royal Scarlet Fine Foods BRIARCLIFF CLEANERS coMPuMENTs OF TOWSE PUBLISHING COMPANY -Ql0NOY 8 . S9'01f7 40'f0'040'0f0 "SAY IT WITH LUGGAGE" 2O'Mv Discount for Students Teachers VICTORIA LUGGAGE l77 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains, N. Y. THE LARGEST SELECTION OF LUGGAGE, TRUNKS, LEATHER GOODS AND GIFTS IN WESTCHESTER C7 GENERAL TIRE Harrisburg's Leading Tire Headquarters for more than 28 Years V. D. LEISURE CO. Phone: 8-7273 20th 81 Derry Sts. Harrisburg, Pa. EDGEWOOD PARK WISHES THE Class of 1954 success and Pnospsmrv 9 Home of Mrs. Sowell 6 .X :owawv White Plains 9-4900 DUVERNOY-WESTCHESTER CORP. B A K E R S 114 South Kensico Ave. White Plains, N. Y. Rf FABRIC SHOP SA IA-, I ' ' ID N I3 IPIAMARONECK AVENUE WHITE. PLAINS. N.Y. 40' ALEX TAYLOR 8. CO., INC. "THE HOUSE THAT SPORT BUILT" Athletic Outfitters for EDGEWOOD PARK SCHOOL Specialists in all Sports Equipment Athletic Costumes Blazers with School Seals KHYLO 9 'G " 3 a A. QS 42? 9' 22 East 42nd Street New York I7, N. Y. NATHAN SCHWEITZER 8. CO., INC. POULTRY - MEAT - GAME 509 W. 16th Street New York City Telephone: Chelsea 3-3900 BRIARCLIFF MANOR PHARMACY Joseph C. Di Perna, PH.G., PH.C. State Road Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. Phone: Briarclitt 6-1674 EDITH'S SPECIALTY SHOP GREETING cARDs a. YARNS Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. 6-2087 -0'40'0'0k0l0N0K0 'I'l0 401'00'0'-1001010 QUALITY SEA FOOD PRODUCTS Phone: BEekman 3-'l66I-2-3-4 LUCIEN PRINCE 8. CO INC. FISH DEALERS Fulton Market 204 Front Street New York 38, N. Y. 1?0 40t Briarclitt 6-2189 MANOR VALET A. J. Cioppa, Proprietor CLEANERS - DYERS - TAILORS Fur Storage, Garment Storage, Rug Cleaning Pick-up and Delivery Service PLEASANTVILLE ROAD BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N. Y. Compliments of GRIFFIN S. HILLIKER Compliments of SMITH-MILLER CO. Pont CHESTER, N. Y. MAGEE'S SERVICE STATION 8: BUS SERVICE Route 100 Briarclitt Manor, New York Phones: Garage: 6-9873 - Res.: 6-2874 0-s0x0-v Compliments of BRIARCLIFF STATIONERY Pleasantville Rd. Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. THOMSON'S ART STORE 'l7'I-'I73 Grand Street White Plains, N. Y. Tel.: Wh 9-4885 -f0f0v'-04011010 "SAVE WHERE IT PAYS TO SAVE" Dividends 4 times o year Latest Dividend at the Rate of 2M'M: Per Year 1854 700 Years of Service 1954 To This Community THE BANK FOR SAVINGS OF OSSINING Member FDIC I T. 0 TOOLE 81 SONS, INC. S C O T T 'MGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE HALLMARK or FINE PHOTOGRAPHY YEARBOOKS 31 Jeffenon Sfree, White Plains Peekskill 5 Stamford, Connecticut New Yofk Compliments CULTURAL and PRACTICAL f ARTS SENIOR CLASS WAITERS A xavowafovo- 112 40"'0H010N010"0"-0116 X 4051010 29105 Compliments of JANE EN GEL 204 E. Post Road White Plains 9"0N0'0"-0N01f0'40vf020N0N0'10L?f0v-7c0N01100'L0'f010N05L0l17l01'01'0Il0K0P101f-7'0K?l0X0 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0'0"0'0H0'1 '20-102' -'-0"-0'N7G0N7'0Ws0'N0l'-0"0fl0N0f'-01'-0V-6"H-01'0t'0 Telephone 1800-1 -2 Est. 1889 JOSEPH TUNICK AND SONS, INC. Westchester County's Largest Furniture Store FURNITURE - CARPETS 103-105 North Main Street Port Chester, N. Y. OSSINING PLATE GLASS CO. GLASS FOR ALL PURPOSES Glass for Furniture Tops, Mirrors Re-Silverecl Shatterproof Auto Glass A Specialty H. WOOLF 109 Main Street Ossining, New York BENTLEY 8. SIMON, INC. 7 West 36th St., New York 18, N.Y. Manufacturers of CHOIR GOWNS, PULPIT ROBES CAPS, GOWNS, HOODS for All Degrees Outfitters to over 3,000 Schools, Colleges and Churches Ossining 2-1182 KIPP'S LUNCHEONETTE "Where the Elite Meet" FRED GRAHAM 155 Main Street Ossining, N. Y. Compliments of W. WIRT WICKES 81 SON, INC. Vintage Crop COFFEE 10 Gouverneur Lane Dlgby 4-3468 New York 5, N. Y. Compliments of THE FREDERICK PAGE CONTRACTING CO. BOILER SETTINGS 45 East 17th Street New York, N. Y. 5C7G?'0' 40WN0s016YJ10"?'?0N?10-0'W1'0261170 '01040"71?s76x Compliments of WHITE'S RESTAURANT OSSINING ETON-WESTPORT HOSIERY 430 Monville Road Pleosantville, N. Y. Z TRADITIONALLY the Finest in 9 Compliments Shirtings for Young Ladies of os created 5 by Q I KINDERGARTEN cius NASTOPIL Shirtmakers Since I88I 3 128 Eost 54th Street New York Compliments of the CULTURAL and PRACTICAL ARTS JUNIOR CLASS The Circle Drive x9'5'5"7Q9'5"0"Q' i0'4Q'f0V '5"Q551l7'055340"9"07 I I 5 401004000 Telephone: Ossining 2-3800 WILLIAM J. YATES REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 15 CROTON AVENUE OSSINING, N.Y. Telephone Briarcliff 1270 H ENRY'S TAXI Scarborough, N. Y. 7 A. M. to 12 Midnight 0'9'90' 116 Tor Over a Century jewelers and Stationers ....TO MANY OF THE LEADING COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS IN THE EAST Class rings, pins and em- blems, prizes and trophies for scholastic awards and for athletic competitions. Quality and Service at Reasonable Prices l.E. CALDWELL 8: CU. CHESTNUT AND JUNIPER STREETS PHILADELPHIA 7, PENNSYLVANIA I-0"'0"0'-10140110 Compliments of BEN'S STATIONERY VILLAGE PHARMACY CILETTI a. ERTELLI, INC. 89 Croton Avenue Ossining, N. Y. Phone: Ossining 403 Compliments of MERCHANDISING CLUB EMILY ANN YARN SHOP 2 Maple Place :-: Ossining, N. Y. Botany, Nomotta, Minerva Yarns FREE INSTRUCTIONS Special Orders Finishing 8. Blocking Ossining 2-3799 MORAN REGI STER PRESS PRINTING 164 SPRING STREET OSSINING, N. Y. Telephone: Ossining 2-3150 'II7 40K0N050N0l0' OSSINING RADIO 8. APPLIANCE CORP. SALES AND SERVICE HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES RADIO - TELEVISION OSsining 2-4466 Dave Koocher Compliments of RAYBIN'S BOOTERY A Ossining, N. Y. Compliments of SHEI.I.EY'S LUNCHEONETTE White Plains 9-4112 White Plains 9-7561 PATERSON SILK STORES, Inc. Cottons, Woolens, Dress Goods, Cretonnes Glo-Sheens and Curtain Goods Simplicity-McCoII-Vogue-Butterick Patterns SLIP COVERS, UPHOLSTERING AND DRAPES MADE TO ORDER 162 Main St. White Plains 115 Main Street White Plains, N. Y. 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