Ellenville High School - Shawangan Yearbook (Ellenville, NY)
- Class of 1930
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1930 volume:
E As we look to the hills from our school in the valley, we visualize a
brave spirit that filled the early pioneers, helping them ford torrents, to
'Hi leap cliffs, to surmount almost impassable barriers in order to explore the
If inviting unknown. Is it then strange, that under such an inspiration and
with a desire bequeathed by preceding classes, we are stirred to attempt
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a book, a permanent record of our school's history?
Begging the readers to forgive the errors of our ignorance, to over-
look the shortcomings of our youth and to seek rather a. trace of the pio-
neer spirit in our endeavor, we, now as a Senior Class, present the first
year book of the Ellenvllle High School, "The Blue and Gold" of 1930.
We are very grateful to all who have rendered assistance and encour-
agement Perhaps together, like a band of pioneers, we have blazed a trail
E'-E. for the classes that follow.
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A Centur of Progress in Education
By E. C. Hocmer, Supt.
The- flrst schoolhouse in this district was built in 1830, at the corner of Warren and
Market Streets. This was known as the brick schoolhouse. Nine years later a lot was
pur.hased at 52 Canal Street upon which was built a frame schoolhouse.
By November 1864 these buildings were considered unfit for use and the trustees
were directed to se-ll them and to construct a new building on the corner of Main and
Warren Streets. This new building was completed during the following summer. With
the opening of the new building the trustees were requested to "employ a married man
as teacher." The Iirst men employed were W. S.l Northrop and John H. Van Wageneu,
the latter of whom continued ln educational circles for many years.
ln 1853 a stock company acquired a site on the northerly side of Maple Avenue and
erected thereon a Private Academy, of which John H. Van Wagenen was Principal. He
was later succeeded by S. A. Post, who in 1859 purchased the property, reorganized
the School and subsequently incorporated "The Ulster Female Seminary." The Semin-
ary had a prosperous career until the death of Mr. P-ost in 1873. Ten years later the
property was purchased for a High School as will hereafter appear.
At a special district meeting February 15, 1866 it was voted to organize a Union
Free School. The annual meeting -on October 9, 1866 authorized the purchase of a site
on the east side of Canal Street and in July of the following year a schoolhouse known
as No. 2, was erected upon this site. At the annual meeting in 1878 a sum of S625 was
appropriated for the purchase of a lot and the erection of a building at Cantonville. In
1883 the district authorized the purthase of the Post property and the expenditure of
31,000.00 to repair the building. Ira H. Lawton became Principal on January 1, 1884, and
served the district for several years. Thus was inaugurated a new educational system
which had been gradually expanding until now twelve teachers were employed.
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The district, having oomplied with the requirements ot the State Education De-
partment, application was made in 1887 tor the school to become a Union School under
the jurisdiction of the Regents. In 1887 an addition was made to the Academy build-
ing and ln 1890 another room was added to School No. 2. The tlrst Music and Drawing
teacher was engaged in 1892. In 1894 the Teachers Training Class was organized, with
Miss Elsie J. Roat instructor which position she filled with exceptional skill and suc-
cess for several years. In May 1895 the district appropriated funds for the erection of
another addition to the academy and for the ins allation of a- heating plant. The Can-
t-onville Schoolhouse and grounds were sold in 1895. In Jaruary 1899 the Ellenvllle
Union School became Ellenvllle High School It was in 1906 that the Commercial De-
partment was established and has been maintained as a valuable addition to the
High School Step by step gradually expanding in scope and usefulness, the Ellenvllle
School System devel-oped until its restricted facilities were quite inadequate. On May
23 1913 the voters of the district voted an approprlatlcn of S55 000 for the purpose
of building a new Central High School and repairing S h901 No 2 Wpork was begun on
the new building in April 1914 and the building dedicated in January 1915. It ls believed
to be one of the best and most economical buildings of its kind to be found ln the
State 'of New York
It will be seen from the foregoxng that many changes have been brought about and
much progress made since the flrst school was organized The school system of today
consists of a Superintendent of Schools a high school department of ten teachers,
teachers eleven grade teachers a kmdergarden teacher special teachers of Music, of
Public Speaking of Drawing and of Physiclal Training There are also employed a
registered nurse and a dental hygienls It may be of interest to add that the present
enrollment is over eight hundred and that there are two hundred sixty-one pupils in the
high school department of which number one hundred forty-five are non-residents.
The amount of State aid depends upon the average daily attendance and the num-
ber of non resident pupils This year the dlstrict received over S45 000 from sources
other than taxation This financial help from the State has made it possible for the
Board of Education to engage better teachers and to otherwise promote the usefulness
of our schools to the end that all puplls may receive a training iltting them to become
more useful members of our Community
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I Ethel M. Doig-Principal
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FEI mal, Music and Art: Kenneth Clark, LaCrosse Teachers' College, Physical Training:
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SENIQR CLASS HISTORY
Four years ago our class was formed with Clarence Kile as president.
Although we were innocent of any misdemeanors, we were subjected to
the malicious taunts of all upper-classmen. We survived.
As Sophomores we broke all records, not only in exhibiting our new-
ly acquired importance., but also in our activities. Our Sophomore party,
held in the High School auditorium, satisfied our desire for a good time
at dancing and card-playing. During intermission we were entertained by
some special dancing and by a sketch staged by some of the boys of the
class, impersonating Romeo and Juliet. One night we hired a bus and at-
tended a basket ball game in Middletown. This was an exciting battle be-
tween the Liberty and the Ellenville teams for the Catskill League cham-
pionship. Much noise-much cheering-much disappointment followed
for us. Another evening the Seniors served a dinner at the Hunt Memori-
al building and our class attended in a body. Above our table we proudly
displayed the class banner. The dinner was delicious and certainly we did
it ample justice.
In our Junior year we presented our first play, "Peg 0' My Heart."
Pearl Cohen took the part of Peg and Eugene Plunket played opposite her
as Jerry. They had to be on their guard, however, for Eugene Glusker
was the villian. Miss Phelps, who directed the play, pronounced it a very
great success. And financially the class considered it so, especially those
who visited Washington, Atlantic City and Philadelphia during Easter va-
cation. Then in June we held our Junior Prom, a very delightful affair.
The decorating committee transformed the school auditorium into an
enchanted garden. Beautiful garlands of Wisteria, our class flower, were
draped about the doorways and lights. The music, rendered by the "Night
Hawks" Orchestra, was most alluring.
Now we have attained the dignity of Seniors. Our first activity this
year was a movie benefit, "The Sophomore," a side-splitting picture of
college life. Next followed our class play, "The Three Wise Fools." Gor-
don Krum, Eugene Plunket and Anthony Mistretta fwho insisted upon
having his chocolate doggie presented to Miss Phelpsj, were the three
wise fools. Pearl Cohen again was leading lady, while Jerome Rampe was
the dashing young hero. Both nights of the play the Senior girls served
refreshments at the sign of "Ye Olde Wisteria Tea Room." Once more at
Easter vacation, many members of our class joined the Hocmer tour.
We are justly proud of our class rings and pins which insure us against
the loss of these precious memories. But, because we have accomplished
what others have longed to do, and have really produced a year book, we
are especially happy: and the whole school, having helped in accomplish-
ing this, joins with us in a feeling of satisfaction and pride. Soon we will
be leaving this school, taking with us memories of four years of happi-
ness, four years together.
We are very modest, but have we not been a model class?
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President-LaVerne Sheeley Secretary-Fannie Solomon
Vice-President-Pearl Cohen Treasurer-Helen Lane
Class Advisor-Ada C. Holmes
Rose Cooper and Eli Weiner
Honorable Mention-William Ellsworth
"Her shy and simple words are clear as
the musi: of the birds after raindrops."
President 131: Mrs. Chic-hester in "Peg
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Girls' Glee Club 1411 President 1413
Saunders in "Three Wise l-'.m::.s" 1411
Giddy Girl in "E1lenville Follies" 1411
Ceneral Manager, Magazine Contest 1415
Debating Team 1413 Valedictorian 141.
"More dainty than words can tell, with
smiling eyes and happy countenance."
Peg in "Peg O' My Heart" 1313 Play Com-
mittee 131g Vice-President 1413 Sydney
in "Three Wise Fools" 1413 Subs:-ription
Manager, Magazine Contest 141.
"Built to music, therefore never built at
And therefore built forever."
Secretary 1413 Douglas in "Three Wise
Fools" 1413 Orchestra 13, 415 Girls' Glee
Club 1413 Costume Manager of "Peg 0'
My Heart" 1313 Musician 141.
"Not heavily do the worries of this world
weight upon her frame."
Ethel in "Peg O' My Heart" 1315 Treasur-
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Coach 141: Sports' Editor of "Blue and
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141: Art Editor of "Blue and Gold" 141.
"I ran recall no word of anything he said.
E-E: Say then 'he lived': it is an ample fame."
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"Wisteria Tea Room" Committee 145:
Senior Luncheon Committee 141.
"She smiled upon us with eyes full of the
color of lake and sky."
Property Manager, "Three Wise Fools"
1435 Junior Prom Committee 1333 Prophet
"Thou hast a purpose joyful, a courage
Financial Secretary 1313 Baseball Mana-
ger 1313 Junior Prom Committee 1313 As-
sistant Business Manager of "Peg O' My
Heart" 1313 Debating Team 1413 Judge
Trumbull in "Three Wise Fools" 1413
Subscription Manager, Magazine Contest
1411 Circulation Manager of "Blue and
"Are you not he
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Junior Prom Committee 1313 Alaric in
"Peg 0' My Heart" 1313 Boys' Glee Club
1413 Ring Committee 1413 Dr. Gaunt in
"Three Wise Fools" 1413 Subscription
Manager, Magazine Contest 1413 Prophet
A friend said, "He is one of the best
chaps I know."
Secretary 1112 Junior Prom Committee
1313 Jerry in "Peg O' My Heart" 131:
Baseball 13, 413 Findley in "Three Wise
Fools" 1413 Sarah in "Ellenvi1le Follies"
1413 Francis in "His Uncle's Neice" 1413
Debating Team 141.
"Ah, he is loved by high and low, adored
alike by simple and wise."
Stage Manager of "Peg O' My Heart" 1313
Gordon in "Three Wise Fools" 1413 Track
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Baseball 13, 433 Basketball 13, 43: Benny,
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Financial Secretary 1215 Track 1113 Play
Committee 1313 Junior Prom Committee
131: Assistant Business Manager of
"Three Wise Fools" 141: Debating Team
141: Managing Editor of "Blue and Gold"
141: Attorney 141.
"Last, but by no means least."
Poole in "Three Wise Fools" 1415 Stage
Manager of "Three Wise Fools" 141:
Stage Manager of "His Uncle's Neit:e"
141: Advertising Manager of "Blue and
Other graduates of 1930 are:
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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1931
Pres.-Meyer Tennenblatt . Treas.-Herbert Weiner
Vice Pres.-Majorie Barkley Rec. Sec.-Ethel Silverman
The first meeting of the class of 1931 was held early in September,
under the supervision of Miss Margaret Tunney, our class advisor, who
Ha had been appointed by the Superintendent to guide us to safety through
l our Junior year. There were twenty-three at this meeting, during which
E election of ofticers took place. The colors chosen by the class were yel-
low and white., to represent the stability and loyalty of the classg and the
daisy, the corresponding flower, was selected for its simplicity. Our motto
being "Onward and Upward," we were then ready for a prosperous year.
Plans were immediately made for raising money. We sold candy and pop-
corn balls, and held luncheons, clearing a good sum, which was set aside
for the coming Washington trip.
In October our president, 'Meyer Tennenblatt, moved to New York
City, and afterwards our vice-president, Marjorie Barkley, succeeded him.
- Toward the end of January, "His Uncle's Neice", was selected as the
V annual play. The cast was soon chosen and rehearsals began. The com-
, . edy was presented March 27th and 28th, after four weeks of hard work
, and fun, under the supervision of Miss Tunney and Miss Richardson. The
play was a great success, so many more dollars were laid away and we
had stored in the tin box enough to pay expenses of all who had expressed
a desire to go to Washington, during Easter vacation.
Preparations were then made for class day, which took place May
12th. The Juniors had charge- of the chapel program, at which they wore
their colors, carried their banner and sang their song, which had been
composed by Mildred Weisberg. During the program the history was read
by Marjorie Barkley, the class poem by Jack Rippert and a faculty poem
by Saul Birnbaum. All joined in the school song at the end of the program,
and the Juniors ruled the day.
The year of 1930 has now closed. We shall soon be Seniors. Yes,
dignified Seniors, but we regret leaving our junior days, which have been
so full of fun, cooperation and work. We feel that we have had a very suc-
cessful year, and we wish to express our sincere thanks and gratitude
to Miss Tunney who has helped us to make this the outstanding year of
our high school days.
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' SOPHOMORE CLASS
Colors-Green and White
The Class of 1932 was organized in September 1928- Miss Fox, Miss
Smith, and Mr. Clark were Faculty Advisors. Francis Richard was our
first President. No activities were carried on during our Freshman year.
On September 23, 1929, we met with Miss DuBois, our Class Advis-
or, to hold election for class ofiicers. When the excitement had died down
and the smoke cleared away, it was found that Aaron Brodsky was to be
President, Jane Taylor, Vice-President, Rose Dekofsky, Secretary and
Jack Bagliebter Treasurer.
We started off the year with a luncheon, held in the School on Octo-
ber 30, 1929. This was a very successful enterprize and the first time,
known in the history of the School, that Sohpomores had held a lunch-
On February 7, 1930, we took a bus to the Newburgh Basket Ball
Game. Everyone had a good time, even though Miss Doig and Miss Du-
Bois did go along.
We hope that you will hear from us again this year as Sophmores,
but if not, we will surely meet you next year as a Junior Class.
-Jane L. Taylor
Miss Frances Du Bois-Class Advisor
1 Dorothy Bell 13. Louis Lazarowitz
2 Louis Berger Evelyn Levinson
Abraham Bernstein Lillian Levy
Florence Boyce Bessie MaS0rS
Alvenia Eck Ida Moshier
Ruth Geilhard David Osterhoudt
Mary George Francis Richard
Helen Hecht 20. Abe Rogow
Seymour Hoifman Harold Rothkopf
Marie Irwin Zelda Siminowsky
Mabel Johnson Sadie Shulman I
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Norman Kellar--President -- A'
Julia 'Butcher-Secretary, -
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Rose Gutkin '
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On November first the Freshmen had a Hallowe en masquerade par
ty It was very well attended there being thirty six members present be
sides the guests During the evening games were played and there was
.- dancing The prize for the prettiest costume was awarded to Regina Rap
paport and the prize for the funniest to Sidney Silverman Then refresh
ments were served by members of the class
THE TREASURE CHEST
Life s Treasure Chest holds memories
As dear as a mlser s gold
Than all the wealth untold
J. Within our Treasure Chest we find
Rare thoughts of school days dear
And buried deep they seem to grow
More precious year by year
Inside our Treasure Chest are thoughts
Of friends we hold ln faith
The years may bring us what they will
We have our memories safe
So dig from memory s Treasure Chest
The thoughts of friends of old
Hold them well within your heart
Let the misers keep their gold'
Helen Hill Class Poet
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Any assistance the reader may be able to glve ln order to perfe
wlll be gratefully received by the edntors
Silas A Van Wagner Ellenville N Y
Llllle Fuller Mrs Bernard Merriam South Farmington Mass
lf ate Ma key Ellenville N Y
xlinnle Fuller Mrs George D Andrews-deceased
ldith Beers Mrs Isbel deceased
Sara Hornbeck Mrs William Shearer Bloomingburgh N Y
Llllle Hawkshurst deceased
Hattie Bailey Mrs Chas F Taylor-Ellenville N Y
Retta Russell Mrs Addison Stratton--deceased
Milton Smith deceased
Arthur Finch Washington D C
Libble Penny Mrs Frank J Potter Ellenville N Y
Anna Wood Mrs Dolson 20 Bedford Place Stamford Conn
Adda Budd Mrs F G Gardner-deceased
Jennie Van Gorder Mrs Alonzo Stratton deceased
George Lorln Dutcher-Newton N J
Jennie Marshall Walden N Y
Clara Count Mrs William Emerson 12 Carl Place Brockton Mass
La Verne Tlce-806 N 9th St Philadelphia Pa
Mame Connelly Mrs Mayo-Campbell Hall N Y
Lillie Smith Agnes Scott Institute-Decatur Ga
Georgia Penny Mrs Saul Porter 231 Midland Ave Syracuse N
Gussie Russel Mrs Gaylor Marshall-deceased
Rachel Morse-Mrs Geo J Hornbeck Ellenville N Y
Julia ONelll Mrs Phillip Clearwater Brooklyn N Y
Lulu Frantz-411 W 57th Street N Y City
Jas ONell deceased
George B Holmes Ellenville N Y
J J Russell-deceased
Ben I-Iardenbergh address unknown
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Emma G. Warren-71 Merbrook Bend, Merion, Pa.
Mary B. Schoonmaker-Institute for Blind, 34th St., and 9th Ave., New York City -
Lottie Beers-Mrs. Joseph May-Newburgh, N. Y.
Lizzie Lawton-Mrs. Jackson Shultz-Ridgeway, Pa.
Elsie J. Roat-deceased
Anna M. Crans-Mrs. George Holmes-Dairyland, N. Y.
Lena Nicols-Mrs. Richard Southgate-Good Ground, L. I.
Iantha Schultz-Mrs. Livingston Cantine--Ellenville, N. Y.
Jennie Cantine-Mrs. Bert Pierson-Ellenville, N. Y.
Kate Van Wagner--deceased
Celia Hicks-200 West 81st St., New Y-ork City
Inez Lawton-Mrs. V. D. Hand-Halstead, Pa.
Lilah Deyo-Mrs. J. C. Johnson-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
Jennie Harris-Mrs. Crist-Orange, N. J.
Nellie Briggs-Mrs. J. M. Horubeck-deceased
Frank Campbell-Ellenville, N. Y.
Amy Childs-Mrs. William C. Rose-Ellenville, N. Y.
Cora Eaton-Mrs. Carl Germer-Berlin, Germany
Louise Frantz-420 W. 123rd St., New York City
Hart S. Fuller-4Fern Park, Florida
Eloise Grimley-Mrs. Nelson Moneypenny, Ridgewood, N.
Jennie Myers-Mrs. Burt Johnson-Montclair, N. J.
Ollve D. Schoonmaker-7 Gramercy Park, New York City
Lionel Booth- Bridgeport, Conn.
May Campbell-Mrs. Edwin Miller-Perth, Ontario, Canada
C. Dwight Divine-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
Jessie Donaldson-Mrs. C. Dwight Divine, Ellenville, N. Y.
Daniel J. Kelly-U. S. Envelope Co., Springfield, Mass.
Joseph A. Smith-82 Granite St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Ben M. Taylor-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
Bert H. Terwilliger-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
Anna Van Aken-Mrs. Elbert Simons-10 High Lawn Road,
George F. Wilklow-deceased
Anna Dutcher-Mrs. Justin Schoonmaker-deceased
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Grace K Ryan-Mrs. Edward B. Kimble-Bogota, N. Y.
Ruth H Fuller-Mrs. Parisen-Perth Amboy, N. J.
Raymond G. Cox-Ellenville, N. Y. El
Teresa M. Flesler-Mrs. Lawrence Herman-Columbia Park, Middletown, N. Y. -E
John W Van Ostenbrigge-fn, Flint and Homer, New York City 'EH
Jessie Terwilllger-Mrs. Robert Harris-
Nell M I-Iardenberg-611 West 152nd St., New York City
Fdward B. Kimble-deceased 152
ESE Augusta Kuhlmann-Mrs. Max Goodyear 'QE
QE Mary Helnzman-Mrs. Bert Goldsmith-Ellenville, N. Y. EE
if William Thomas Kelly-90 Oakley Road, Belmont, Mass. 5?
Lili John T. Smith-Amaganesett, L. I. gli,
TE Kate C. Elsenhart-Mrs. Joe Burns- IEE
Q55 Dr. Elijah ostermudt-Newburgh, N. Y. ,I
ECI Chester Young-Napanoch, N. Ya Eli
:il George Young, Ithaca, N. Y. 'ji
if Eliza Cox-Ellenville, N. Y.
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lg Altana Boothroyd-Mrs. Eugene Grimlley-Ridgewood, N. J. 'U
llli Jennie Divine-Mrs. Chester Young-Napanoch, N. Y. lil
.iw Phoebe Nichol-Mrs. J. Terwilliger- 5
Edna Terwilllger-Mrs. Jose-ph M. De Garme, Conn. 5?
"ful Alice White-Mrs. William Epple-5427 Lakewood Ave., Chicago, Ill.
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ki? Margaret Claire-Mrs. William Schmonses-Brooklyn, N. Y. '55
Bertha H. Frantz-
ffp Emma S. Holmes-Mrs. William E. Webster-Sherburne, N. Y. if
Etta McMullen-Mrs. W. D. Cunningham-Ellenville, N. Y. up
15' Ellie Van Aken-deceased -E
.T P. Dubois Bunting-Elizabeth, N. J. E51
Abram Elmendorf-deceased Ur,
QQ Maurice Schultz-199 Washington St., E. Stroudsburg, Pa. 'U
'if Fred H. Young- X EE
ill' Mary Boat-Mrs. Dayton-deceased ll
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'MQ Mame Miller- Mrs. Robert Driver-Union Hill, N. J. EE,
,fl Hattie Schoonmaker-Mrs. William Moseley-Ellenville, N. Y. E51
Charles H. van Kirk-Ellenville, N. Y. ,I
IE' Ora Russel-Mrs. Charles H. Anthony- 2,5
55 Edith Pillsbury-Mrs. George Van Wert-Napanoch, N. Y.
Q5 William D. Cunningham-Ellenville, N. Y. QE
,lf Alice R. Tonery-deceased 1511
im Margaret Heinzman-Mrs. Howard Humiston-Kerhonkson, N. Y. mf!
if Jessie Hume-Mrs. Stephen Durland-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
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Augusta Clark-Mrs. R. G. Cox-Ellenville N. Y.
Adah Cornelius-Mrs. Fred Simpson-
Mlnerva Denman-Mrs. Walter J. R. Wilson-Ellenville N. Y.
Jessie Irene Myers-Mrs. Louis V. Snyder-Mt. Vernon N. Y.
Kate Rosenbaum-Mrs. Philip Goldsmith--deceased
Anna Schultz-Mrs. Joseph Doyle-Kerhonkson N. Y.
Alice K. Snyder-Mrs. Wilcox-New York City
Jennie Van Homer-Mrs. Herman Muhler-
Goldie Wood-Mrs. Fred Ward-Brooklyn N. Y.
Olive Hartwig-Mrs. Henry D. Frost-270 Linwood Place
Norma F. Parsells-Mrs. Stanley Heason-Albany N. Y.
Fannie Dann-Mrs. Clifford O. Perkins-Stamford Conn.
Etta Howe-Mrs. Willet Parliman-La Grange-ville N. Y.
Jennie W. Mowell-Mrs. Geo D. Edsell-Ellenville N.Y.
William V. Berg--New York City
Louis V. Snyder-Mt. Vernon N. Y.
Mary J. Roper-Hackensack N. J.
Edith C. Irwin-Mrs. William Bunting-Bloomfield N. J.
lk Rev. N. L. Heroy Accord N. Y.
Mrs. Leon L. Watson--Box 209 Hendersonville N. C.
Nora Wood-Mrs. Aranson Short-Port Ewen N Y
Jennie E. Doyle-Mrs. Joseph Bell-Norwich N. Y
Etta L. Robinson-Mrs. F. S. Pickle-621 Pemberton Ave
Queen City Terrace Plainfield NJ
Anna Fiesler-Mrs. Harry Albrecht-218-41-105th Ave., Queens Village, L. I
Jennie Sherman-Mrs. Ralph Smith-Kerhonkson N. Y
Mrs. Carl Rossmlan
John F. Church
Elizabeth Cleveland-Mrs. George R. Van Aken-Ellenville N. Y
Olive Berry-Mrs. Fred H. Benedict
Lurane B. Taylor-Mrs. Edward Miller-257 Kingshore Ave., Gloversville N. Y
Jennie L. Ryan-Mrs. Howard Hornbeck-New York City
Anna E. Leipold-Mrs. Howard Jones-Mountain Lakes N. J
Nora Morse-Mrs. Eugene Plunkett-Lackawack N. Y
Ida M. Falrchilds-Mrs. Henry Carman-Ellenville N. Y
William C. Douglas-Ellenville N. Y
Mame Wilhelm-Mrs George A. Wfortman
Florence S. Terwilliger-Mrs. B. M. Taylor-Ellenville N. Y
John W. Rapp-deceased
Harold H. Lyons-Syracuse N. Y
Nina V. Sheeley-Mrs. Willliam C. Douglas-deceased
Elizabeth Parker-Mrs. Robert Gould-16 Forest Park Ave. Larchmont N. Y
Gaylord B. Van Kirk-26 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y
Alfred L. Coons-Elizaville N. Y
Agnes L. Nichols-Mrs. William Eypper-'Weehawken N. J
Helen Hardenberg-Mrs. Robert McCartney-Ellenvllle N. Y
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Elizabeth G. Keeler-10 Park Ave., Bloomfield, N. J.
Teresa McMullen-Mrs. John McNamara-Brooklyn, N. Y.
Jetta Hartwig-Mrs. Henry D. Frost-5501 Amboy Road, Huguenot Park, S. I.
Ethel I-Iornbeck-Mrs. John Dunlop-Ellenville, N. Y.
Jeanette Berg-Mrs. T. R. Gillespie-Washington, Iowa
Anna Van Horn-Mrs. Joseph Hyatt-Napanoch, N. Y.
Olive Bears-Mrs. Service-Dansville, N. Y.
Florence Burhans-Mrs. Irving T. McNally-Ellenville N. Y.
Henry D. Frost-5501 Amboy Road-Huguenot Park, S. I.
Harrison Terwllllger-Albany N. Y.
Z-arah Whiteley-Mrs. Howard Sullivan-
Anne Carver-Mrs. Frank Lechner-7048 East Seven Mile Road, Detroit, Mich.
Helen Keeler-Mrs. Helen Holcomb-910 Seward Ave., Detnodt, Mich.
Grace Elting-Mrs. Justin U. Schoonmaker-Ellenville, N. Y.
Barbarba Deyo, Mrs. Frank R. Bealer-122 Riverway, Boston, Mass.
Francis D. Andrews-Ellenville-, N. Y.
Frederick Fleckensteln-323 West Ostrander Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.
William P. Glass-County Court House, Kingston, N. Y.
Clarence Hornbeck-Ellenville, N. Y.
Lena Rosenbaum-Mrs. Clayton Burgher-West Shokan, N. Y.
Mabel Fredd-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
Ethel Gilleran-Mrs. Egan-Horseheads, N. Y.
Maud Dutcher-Mrs. Earl Haley-17 Dawn St., Kingston, N. Y.
Raymond Potter-86 Harrison St., East Orange, N. J.
Ralph Booth-2417 Hartzell St., Evanston, Ill.
Dan Vanderlyn-Ellenville, N. Y.
Charles S. Hick-Jeffersonville, N. Y.
Gerald Terbush-Miami Beach, Fla., Box 567
Tracy Sheldon-Mrs. Dan Vanderlyn-Ellenville, N. Y.
George Fleckenstein-50 Wheeler Terrace-Stratford, Conn.
Guernsey T. Cross-Albany, N. Y.
Arch Freer-Jeffersonville, N. Y.
Virginia Taylor-53 Pierpont St., Rahway, N. J.
Josephine Carver-Mrs. George Taylor-Ellenville, N. Y.
Greta Rapp-Mrs. Robert Graham-Middletown, N. Y.
Minnie Carver-Mrs. R. E. Dedrick-2236 Oak St., Napa, Cal.
Edward Misner-91, Farm Management Dept., Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
Vivian Fredd-Mrs. Frank Terbush-River Edge, N. J.
Anita Gould-Mrs. Chester Talfour-Lynnbrook, L. I.
Stanley K. Booth-West Palm Beach, Fla.
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Sylvia Kuykendahl Mrs Scott Schlexeromanker Poughkeepsie N Y
Eleanor DuVall Nananoch N Y
Howard Van Keuren
Mary Hitchcock Mrs Amory L Wllliams 11308 Hessler Road Cleveland Ohio
Mary Vernooy Mrs F D Andrews Ellenville N Y
Edna Wright Mrs Max Taylor Klngston N Y
Edna Dutther Mrs D H Valentine 1053 Dearborn Road Palisade N J
Bessie Decker Mrs Gross Schoonmaker Accord N Y
Ethel Terbush Mrs Floyd Wright Hohokus N J
Chauncey Miller New York City
George Taylor-Ellenvllle N Y
Robert Graham Middletown N Y
Harold Sherman 50 Vincent Place Lynbrook L I
lt auri e Friedberg
a-1etBo1ryman lVrs Ro'and Thompson Deposit N Y
Xlrgma Derman Nrs Albert J Reynolds 189 Hillcrest Ave Morristown N J
Rl ard Foster fNew York"J
Adrie W Fredd Mrs Edward Benson Patterson N J
Alva M Glleran Mrs Kmg Washington D C
Jeanette B Carrison 'V'rs Selah Tcrwilliger Kerhonkson N Y
Larolyn Hit hco k Carolyn Hltchco k Wellesley Hills Mass
Al'en D Potter-Ellenville N Y
Pele Parker-Mrs Frank Dyuglas Ellenvxlle N Y
Norris Sherman Kerhorkson N Y
Harry Terwilliger Kerhcnkson N Y
Pauline Tay or 1V'rs Willxam Pearson 57 Pierpont St Rahway N J
Ward Wll-'low 52 Carmen St Cedarhurst L
Samuel K Adams New York City
Walco C okxnvham Phelps N Y
Pearl Clyne Mrs David Freer Ellenvllle N
Ldward C DeWitt Long ls'and
Fred M DuVall Madison Ave Montclair N J
Elbert Ellsworth 44 Tiona Ave Belleville N J
Naomi Fater Ars F A Federer 218 Carrol St Waukesha Wis
Gertrude Fran es Mrs Clifford Benedict Warwick N Y
Beatrice Gray Mrs Gordon Grant Ellenvrlle N Y
Wllllam J Glllerau S arsdale N Y
Elizabeth Lelpold Mrs Edward Nee-Dover N J
Alice Mofllt Ellenvllle N Y
Hilda Myers Mrs Tuthxll McDowell Ellenville N Y
Frank A Terbush Rlver Edge N J
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Adlean Clyne-Mrs. Keener-Ellenville, N. Y.
Bertha Cushner-Mrs. George Rogers-51 East 17th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Louise Schaffer-Mrs. Arthur Wright--Ellenville, N. Y.
Viola Wright-Port Jervis, N. Y.
Zelma Ahrens-Mrs. Joseph Rauner,-Ellenville, N. Y.
Joseph Kendall Alletcher-Miami Beach, Fla.
Solomon Nathan Blackberg-New York University N. Y.
Mildred D. Carman-45 Grove St., New York City
Helen V. Chadwick-Mount Vernon, N. Y.
Benjamin Cohen-Woodridge, N. Y.
Edward C. Douglas--Port Jervis, N. Y.
Alice R. Ellsworth-Mrs. Paul Hall-11008 Second St., Juniate, Penn.
Mathllda M. C. Enkler-Ellenville, N. Y.
Bernard B. Goldenson-New York City
Bernice M. Gray-102 Lynbrook Ave., L. I.
Edwin Green Philadelphia, Penn.
Lucrita I-Iarrls-Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Jansen K. Hoornbeek-Hudson View Gardens, 183rd St., New York City
Tuthill R. McDowell--Ellenville, N. Y. A
Lewis Vrooman Miller-L. I.
Brice Moore-Grahamsville, N. Y.
Clara Anna Scherb-
James Leslie Shurter-Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Emery Boyce Terbush--Ellenville, N. Y.
Henry Byron Thornton-deceased
Norma DeVany-Mrs. K. S. Coliln-Sound Beach Ave., Conn.
Thomas Thornton--Saugertles, N. Y.
Harold C. Black-
Philip Buckholtz-New York City
Anita M. Clearwater--Mrs. Fives-New York City
Donald W. DuVall-Cincinnati, Ohio
Marion Irene Furman-fEllenville, N. Y.
Emmons T Gray 73 Garden St Poughkeepsie N Y
David R Johnson
Fields Earl Newkirk-Greenfield N Y
Dorothy Vera Parkrose
Edna H Rexford
Helen Louise Stewart
Olive M Wells
Sarah Alice Brown
Geo-rge Dwight Cook-deceased
Edward Davenport-Accord N. Y
Joseph G. Fieseler
Raymond H. Fleckensteln 409 West Sth St., Wilmington, Del
Deyo W. Johnson-Ellenville N. Y
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I Clyde B. Menvin- ll
LE' Harry D. Moore-Grahamsville, N. Y.
I Samuel K. Munson-Kerhonks-an, N. Y.
'll Joseph Rosenthal- ga
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EE Percy De Penal 'rerwilliger-chicago, 111.
15 Paul Westbrook-Middletown, N. Y. V HE
gil Gladys Kathryn McDonald-Mrs. Roy Staulcup-Mount Vernon, N. Y. lj?
ag, William F. Booth-Ellenville, N. Y.
QE Sarah Bucholtz- LE.
il Earl W. Count-State Teachers College, San Jose, California QCI
lfgl Nellie Davenport-Accord, N. Y.
'55 Gladys L. Decker-Ellenville, N. Y. np
'51 Carolyn C. Divine-Mrs. Benjamin Sykes-Mechanicsville, N. Y.
QE Pauline L. Edson 5
5' Wlnifred Irene Galbraith- Q51
I? Ruth anna George-Mrs. Floyd Murray-Grand Gorge, N. Y.
Jane azel Godfrey- 113
ga, Arthur W. Grimm-deceased 51
lag Nadia Hillman-
1' Abraham A. Jafobson- gg
LQE' Kenneth G. Merwin- I'
ljlil George Childs Rose-Mineola, L. I.
QE, Norbury Terwllllger-East Orange, N. J.
132' Jane Reba Turner- E?
li M-adellne Tinsley-Mrs. Ho-ward Smith-Spring Glen, N. Y. QF Abagan B. scmpper-canal sn., Euenville, N. Y.
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lil' Leslie G. Barley-
'jp Aaron Benenson-102 East 22nd St., New York City Lji
QE, Helen May Campbell-Bedford Huis, N. Y.
gg Mary Ruth Carman-Ellenville, N. Y.
ll Ella Bush DeVany-Mrs. F. M. Sutton-67 Riverside Drive, New York City 11
Qi Alice Louise DuVall-Mrs. Albert Deyo-Locust Valley, L. I. EE'
lil Kathryn Welb Eaton-Hotel East Orange, East Orange, N. J. 'If
QE william E. Graham-Ellenville, N. Y. mga Helen Irene Moore-Middletown, N. Y.
ll Alice Sheley-Mrs. Orrin Lauber-Ellenville, N. Y. ll
25 Leonard Simrln- H is
'zlfm Myron Smith- Hi
'55 Irene O. Vermllye-Mrs. Lewis Bell-Ellenville, N. Y.
LE' Dorothy Vernon-Mrs. D. S. Ellerthorpe-Fort Randolph, Canal Zone
gil Joseph M. Watson-20 Franklin St., Meriden Conn.
gg, 1919 152 Arthur Conner-Napanoch, N. Y.
551 Robert Cooper-10 Park View Terrace, Bronx, N. Y.
ll Samuel Divine-Kerhonkson, N. Y. ig
EE Vernon Kelder-Ellenville, N. Y. Hi
gli Merrian Brown-Mrs. Louis Fredd-Leibhardt, N. Y.
135 Rose Clearwater-Mrs. Raymond Warner- LEC,
gg Aimee Derby -Mrs. Leonard Taylor-Ellenville, N. Y. gf
ll Teresa Gorton-Ellenville, N. Y. fl
EE 'Ruby Gray-Wawarslng, N. Y.
Jennie McDowell-Ellenville, N. Y. , Q15
EE Blanche S. Lauber-Mrs. William Colntot-Ellenville, N. Y. gg
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Josephine E. Barley-
Lucella B. Burlison-
Jack Evan-s-28 East St., Oneonta, N. Y.
Loretta B. Gilleran-Mrs. Troy-
Joseph Levine-134 Center St., Ellenville, N. Y.
Florence Jollie-Mrs. Ellery Countryman-
Ruth Lauber-28 Trendwell Ave., Lynbrook, L. I.
Harold H. Marshall-Long Island
John W. Myers-
Philip Slutsky-247 Madison Ave., New York City
Florence Gould Penney-
Gladys Tinsley-Ellenville, N. Y.
Clarence Earle Vrooman-Amityville, L. I.
Florence Eva White-2223 Cartelyzm Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Persis Mildred White-Mrs. Frank Massey-deceased
Lloyd P. Barley-Accord, N. Y.
William Benenson-135 West 81 St., New York City
Sophie Berger-Mrs. W. Polak, 3977 Saxon Ave., Bronx, N. Y.
John Bonomi-Ellenville, N. Y.
H. Richmond Campbell-Yonkers, N. Y.
George H. Freer-11 Hope St., Liberty, N. Y.
Albert J. Gorton-75 Baldwin Place-Bloomfield, N. J.
Anna Hornbeck-Ellenville, N. Y.
Harold D. Munson-167 Radsora St., Yonkers, N. Y.
Rebecca Posnlck-Wurtsboro, N. Y.
Frederica Schipper-Ellenville N. Y.
Olive Smith-Mrs. Floyd Eck-Wawarsing N. Y.
Ruth Walker-Summitville, N. Y.
Ellen Watson-Ithaca, N. Y.
Arthur Ewlgkeit-12 East Strand St., Kingston, N. Y.
John S. Lathrop--334 3rd Ave.,New York City
Abram J. Moore-72 Eastern Ave., Lynn, Mass.
Lillian A. Evans-Mrs. B. E. Harwith-248 Morris St., Albany, N. Y.
Clyde Benson-Ellenville, N. Y.
Rolla B. Castle-
Horace M. Divine-
Raymond H. Evans-
Linda M. George-Mrs. Harold Smith, Grahamsville, N. Y.
Leo R. Gosselin-Buffalo, N. Y.
Paul J. Glaister-Napanoch, N. Y.
Marion H. La Mont-Mrs. Chester Gray-Ellenville, N. Y.
Mildred A. Larkin-New Haven, Conn.
Charles Kenneth Lynam-
Ella A. O'Neil1-Canal St., Ellenville, N. Y.
Gussie T. Reider-
Gomler J. Rippert-Jeifersonville, N. Y.
William R. Rose-Ellenville, N. Y.
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,' Anna Cudney-Mrs. Walter LeVa.n-Summitville, N. Y.
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Hi Evelyn E. Dann-'Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio QE
Q5 sldney D. Delaney-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
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Jac-ob B. Krinelott-Kerhonkson, N. Y.
Esther B. Lyons-Mrs. Pratt-Stone Ridge, N. Y.
Edward R. Mance-Ellenville, N. Y.
Margaret L. Moore-334 West 85th St., New York City
Thelma A. Palmer-Mrs. George Kingswood-76 Hudson Ave., Englewood, N. J.
Mae Frances Potter-Mrs. R. L. Shurter, 601 West 110 St., New York City, Apt. 11M
Jullus Rosen-Ellenville, N. Y.
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Fred Sherman-Kerhonkson, N. Y.
Kenneth Sherman-Washington, D. C.
Harriet Shulmarm-Mrs. H. Markowitz-348 Mechanic St., Camden, N. J.
Robert Shurter-601 West 110 St New York City Apt 11
Dorothy P Terwilllger Mrs Clark Sheley Ellenvllle
Grace G Tice Mrs William Murray Poughkeepsie N Y
Frank G Backman Fordham University New York City
Mildred E White 77 Woods Ave Rockville Center L I
George Ahrens Karma House Clarkson College Potsdam N
Andrew Anderson Kerhonkson N Y
Joel Bolotin New York City
George W Boyce-Clarkson College Potsdam N Y
Rae Berger 3977 Saxon Ave Bronx N Y
Edna Carman 500 West 140th St New York City Apt 3G
Mary E Coons Middletown Conn
Sadie M Constant New York City
Edwin Craft-1El1enville N Y
Emil Z Crystal Accord N Y
Mary B Dann Oberlin College Oberlin Ohio
Arvilla L Davis High Falls N Y
Anna L Glusker 11 Maple St Flathurst N Y
Ruth Gordon Patterson N J
Edwin R Hoar deceased
Carlton L Johnson 864 Sumner Ave Syracuse N Y
Mary Kanter Mrs Malnick 10 Ocean Parkway Brooklyn N
Kenneth R Kile Middletown N Y
Catherine Kindbe-rg Mrs Harry Cudney Middletown N Y
F Willard Mance Poughkeepsie N Y
Adele B McDowell Mrs George Sheeley Ellenvllle
Ida Maskowitz 936 E 172nd St Bronx N Y
Thomas J Plunkett Fordham University New York City
David Posniok Spring Glen N Y
Harry Rieger New York City
Pearl Rmsenstock Mrs Joel Balotin New York City
Carl M Sciple West Point N Y
Anita Schonbachler Napanoch N Y
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Ester P. Cushner 143 Cortland St. Groton N. Y.
Marie Groppe--Ellenville N. Y.
Kathryn M. Henry--Ellenville N. Y.
Evelyn D. Hill-Mrs. Jack Huntsberger-Grahamsvllle N. Y.
Merritt Lauber-Summitville N. Y.
Beatrice Little-224 Garfield Place Brooklyn N. Y.
Benjamin Miller-Columbia University New York City N. Y.
Ka.hryn E. Moore-Grahamsville N. Y.
Louis Schwartz-New York City
Evelyn She-e.ey-Albany State College Albany N. Y.
Harry Thayer-469 E. 15th St. Brooklyn N. Y.
Walter N. Thayer-Colgate University Hamilton N. Y.
H. Thatcher Van Kirk-Tufts Dental College Boston Mass.
Berni e I. Fitzgerald-Ellenvllle N. Y.
Esther Albert-Ellenvllle N. Y.
Howard Anderson-Accord N. Y.
lsadore Beyer-JEllenville N. Y.
Mary Cherney-Ellenville N. Y.
Hester Craft-Ellenville N. Y.
Lena Frey-Horton Memorial Hospital Middletown N. .
Margaret G0s.elin-Napanoch N. Y.
George B. Holley-Summitvllle N. Y.
- He-len V. Johnson-Carson Peck Memorial Hospital Brooklyn N. Y.
Benjamin L-anstein-New York University, New York City, N. Y.
Emma M. Otens-Ellenville, N. Y.
Cornelia Rampe-Ellenville, N. Y.
Nathan Rosenberg--Fordham University, New York City
Charles Rosenstock-Mlaryland Unlver ity
W'1lllam S?hacht-Ellenville, N. Y.
Marion Simpson-Accord, N. Y.
Ben Jo'eph Slufsky-Villa Nova. College, Philadelphia, .
Olive M. Smith-Ellenville. N. Y.
Carol R. Stevens-Middletown, N. I
Lorcia Terwilliger-Montela, N. Y. .
Marguerite Townsend--WKingston City Hospital, Kingston, N. Y.
Irving Trarhtenberg-New York City
Sadye B. Welsberg-Napanoch, N. Y.
Sarah Wengrow-2114 Mapes Ave., Bronx, N. Y.
Eli Berger-Fordham University, New York City
lsadore Binder-Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y.
Paul Cc-oper-New York University, New York City
Dorothy M. Daniels-Kingston, N. Y.
Dwight Divine-U. S. M. A. West Point, New York
Anna Mae Edwards-Ellenville, N. Y.
Flossie H. Edwards-Ellenville, N. Y.
Jules X. Ewlgkeit-Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y.
William M. D. Falk-Ellenville, N. Y.
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Ruth E. Goldsmith-Albany State College, Albany, N. Y.
Henry Joseph Groppe-Ellenvllle, N. Y. .
Florence Ruth Grunfeld-Ulster Heights, N. Y. -
Esther H. Lefkowltz-Spring Glen, N. Y.
Sara Levine-Ellenville, N. Y. f A
Hyman J. Luster-Wawarsing, N. Y.
James Mantone-New York University, New York City
Cecelia H. Otens-Flatbush College, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Vida L. Pierson-Spring Glen, N. Y.
Fannie Post-Summitville, N. Y. ,
Nathan Post-Summitville, N. Y.
Ruth R. Rand-Ellenville, N. Y.
Ethel Rashkin-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
The-mas Karl Richard-Ellenville, N. Y
Helen Christine Rippert-Webb Horton Memorial Hospital-Middlewsvn, N. Y.
Helen V. Rose--Ellenville, N. Y.
Herman Solomon-New York University, New York City, N. Y.
Elizabeth H. Starmont-Albany State College, Albany, N. Y.
Julius Slutsky-2171, Phi Sigma Delta, New York University, New York City, N. Y.
Bernard I. Weiss-Fordham Unlverslty, New York City
Horace Wood-Ellenvllle, N. Y.
Abram Benenson-Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
Beatrice A. Weinberger-Ellenville, N. Y. A
Miriam Fay Weinberger-New York University, New York City, N. Y. -.
Samuel Beyer-Ellenville, N. Y.
Joseph Brackley-Ellenville, N. Y.
Harry B. Brooks-Grahamsville, N. Y.
Helen L. Cushne-r-Cortland Normal School, Cortland, N. Y.
Dorothy George-Sundown, N. Y.
Richard A. Goldsmtlh-Cragsmoore, N. Y.
Jessie J. Herron--Eastman's Business College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Rose S. Jacobowltz-Ellenville, N. Y.
Philip D. Korn-Fordham University, New York City, N. Y. .
Bertha Kofssar-Ellenville N. Y.
William D. Lane-Ellenville, N. Y.
Fred R. Lepke-Ulster Heights, N. Y.
Walter C. Little--Cragsmore, N. Y.
Donald S. Moore-Delhi N. Y.
Mary E. Moore-Elmflra College, Elmira, N. Y.
Robert T. O'Neill-Ellenville, N. Y.
Bertha C. Otens-Ellenville, N. Y.
Clillord R. Rampe--Ellenville, N. Y. A
Adele E. Rand-Ellenvllle, N. Y. .
Estelle Rappaport--Ezllenville, N. Y.
Beatrice Relder-Cortland Normal School, Cortland, N. Y.
Rose Shulman-Philadelphia, Pa.
Mary Silverman-1861 85th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Rose A. Spadaro-Arlington Hall Penn. Ave. Station, Washington, D. C.
Sylvia Spindel-Ellenvllle, N. Y. A
Ellen Tennenbaum-Ellenvllle N. Y.
Beatrice O. Tinsley-Pratt Institute, New York City
Hazel B. Townsend-New Paltz Normal School, New Paltz, N. Y.
Margaret Z. Van Gorderf-Ellenville N. Y.
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Ellenvllle Hlgh School entered 1nto a new phase of history by Jommg
the Duso League This league composed of five clty teams-Kmgston, ge,
Newburgh Port JGTVIS Mlddletown and Poughkeepsle lnvxted Ellenvllle g
to joxn the league 1n order to take- the place of Poughkeepsie who was
dropped out Thls lnfitatxon was accepted and later on Liberty Hxgh
School our old time rlval was also asked to joln the league Liberty also
accepted thls 1nv1tat1on The result of Jomlng thls league was that our
teams were put up agamst some strong opposltlon and although Ellen4
ville stood only ln second place in basketball It IS consldered very good -
for the classsof competltlon met It also shows that we have a very good Ei
chance of makxng progress IH the next few years Here s hoplng our fu-" 'rw
ture teams come out on top
The Duso League also lncludes baseball track and tenms Although
we have had both baseball and track teams ln prevxous years the students
had a pleasant surprise when Coach Clark announced that there would
be a tennis team also
We certalnly owe a great deal to Coach Clark for reawakening many -
spring sports which we have thought of only hazily in the past and that s
he has made such wonderful progress even under the encumbrance of A-
poor equlpment We are sure that tennls w1ll be ln a few years one of E.
H S s major sports In baseball thxs year Ellenvllle wlll agaln encounter ui
some real opposltlon as she d1d 1n basketball Most of the games are be- '
ing played out of town but we are qulte sure our boys w1ll make a.good
showing anyway In track the mam event 1S a meet lmld ln Newburgh In , '
this meet all the teams of all the schools in the league particlpate It is a.
stiff competition and intenslve tramlng Wlll be needed to get our boys into ' g
shape for it ff
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5 GIRLS' BASKETBALL SQUAD
gi Top row, left to right: Ruth Gel hard, Ida Brustein, Katherine Traphagen L0uise Mc-
EE Cartluey, Alice Clark, Coach Clark.
EE Bottom row, left to right: Bertha Selz, Dorothy McConneI, Ethel Silverman, Evelyn EE
' Weiner, Ethel Schoonmaker, Ruth Wolf. EE
The girls' team was weakened a great deal by the leaving of practi- QS
gg cally all last year's regulars. In spite of this handicap the girls showed a EE
fighting spirit that could hardly be surpassed. They kept up their practice gg
5 faithfully and although they did not win any of their games they always EE
EE took defeat with a smile. EE
BE The following girls were awarded their letters, Ethel Schoonmaker,
Dorothy McConnell, Evelyn Weiner, Ida Brustein, Katherine Traphagen, gi
and Alice Clark Kas nianagerl. EE
QE The prospects for next year are much better as many of this year's EE
QE regulars are returning and with the experience of this year to profit by,
QE they will be able to start right oif in a whirl.
QE Jan. I5 Monticello vs. Ellenville-home EE
Jan. 24 Ellenville vs. Liberty--away
Feb. 28 Flllenville vs. Liberty-home
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:EEE Top row, left to right-H. Coons: S. Ja owitz: H. Rothkopf, Ass't., Mgr.: K. Clark, EE
5 Coach: H. Weiner, Mgr.: H. McConnell, Ass't. Mgr.: I. Bower: E. Weiner: 5
Middle row-H. DeWitt: I. Weinstein: Fl. Wolf: E. Traphagen: M. Jacowitz: M. Wide- Ugg
EE img E. Giuskerg QE
EE Bottom row-S. Silverman: F. Richards: A. Bernstein: J. Rippert: F. Craft: S. Binder.
E. H. S.'s big game of tl1e year was when our boys went up
gg against the fast Alexander Hamilton High boys of New York City.
gi Through the influence of Coach Clark's father, who holds the head of the
chemistry department of that school, their team was sent up here with
EE the full regular line-up. This is the first city team that E. H. S. has played
ggi in many years. Losing by only five points showed that our boys were play- KE
EE ing a good brand of ball. The next game in order of importance was with
E our ever rival, Liberty. This game proved to be a very close contest being ME-
QE won by Liberty by only one point after two overtime periods. The repay- dll
ment for this defeat was the fact that our boys defeated Liberty on their
own court for the first time in four years.
We are sorry to see them go, but by balanced training Coach Clark has
prepared for just such happenings. These two boys and the manager, Her-
bert Weiner, were presented with sweaters as is the custom. y
'SE The following men were presented with letters: "Bob" Wolf, "Moe" QE
ggi Widelitz, "Ike" Weinstein, "Ed" Traphagen, "Gene" Glusker, "Mush" EE
EE Jacowitz, "Lenny" Herskowitz, "Jake" Rippert, "Hassy" DeWitt, "Eli" 5
IEE Weiner and "Ely" Weiner.
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EE Baseball, like basketball, now starts a new phase of history for E. II. EE
EE S. because of its joining the Duso League.
EE At the call for candidates, quite a few turned out including all the re- QE
gulars hut .loe Knlhlnan who is now at Pratt Institute. gi
E. II. S. started off with a hang hy defeating both Kerhonkson and .EE
Highland the. first two games of the year. By defeating Keronkson, E. H. EE
EFS S. partly made up for the two defeats received from Kerhonkson last year.
The hard games of the year are yet to come when the boys meet the 5
Duso League teams, but if they keep up their good work we expect the111 gi
EE to end up near the top of the list. EE
QE Widelitz holds down the mound with Wolf as his catcher. Traphagen 5
at first, Evans at second, Silverman at short and Glusker at third finish
the infield np in pretty good shape. Depew, DeWitt and Weinstein make ggi
SE np the fast outfields. So far the hits by the boys have been numerous and 5
with praetive many more can be expected to be piled up. ?E
gg Jacob Wengrow holds the job of manager this year with Abe Bern- EE
EE Top row, left to right-A. Bernstein, Ass't. Mgr.: J. Bagleibter: S. Jacowitz: E. Trap-
E,-HI hagen: R. Barkley: L. Lazarowitz, Ass't. Mgr.: I. Boxer:
ai Middle row-M. Jacowitz: A. Brodsky: H. Weiner: W. DePuy: M. Widelitz E. Giusker:
E C. Silverman: K. Clark, Coach: HJ
QE Bottom row-J. Kuhlman: M. Cruver: F. Richards: W. Backman: F. Craft: S. Binder: 5
gil J. Wengrow.
,EIU Track aspirants welcomed warm weather and clear days as was E
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shown by figures going around the circuit and by many others engaging QE
Hu in such things as shot put, discus throwing and broad lump. EE
A thing which caused much interest in the school was a trip to Troy
which was taken by Coach Clark and three boys, Morris .lacowitz
gg Sam Jacowitz, and Eugene Glusker in answer to an invitation extended gg
5 to the school. This meet was composed of schools from all over the state
gi and was quite a treat to the boys. The events entered were disc-us, shot
iff put and the 880 yd. dash. EE
JU The big meet of the year is the Duso League meet which is to be
M held at Newburgh. All the teams of the league participate in this and it is
gi the only meet that the Duso League holds. Although the boys work hard ME
5 for the other meets their main object is to get in trim for this one.
The other meet of the season is an invitation meet to be held in El-
lenville. Various schools have been invited and have accepted the invita- :vig
:frm tion. f 1
Many of last year's men are back and the prospects are quite bright
Tig for a successful year. till
Eg Louis Lazarowitz holds the position of manager.
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gi Top row, left to right-Lyle Young: John Divine: K. Clark, EE
lla-ffl Coach: Jos. Brackley: gg
ME Bottom row, left to right-Anthony Mistretta: Jack Rippertg gc,
EE Sid Binder: Henry Rothkopf. gg
EE E. H. S. plunged one step forward when for the first time in the l1is- EE
E tory of the school a tennis team was introduced. Questioned by the league 5
EE as to 'whether we had a tennis team, we replied "Yes" and were put in the H5
BE schedule. Of course, we do not expect our team to do wonders but we take QE
QE pride in the fact that we have established a new sport in the annals of EE
QE E. H. S. history. BE
5 A fine spirit was shown by the boys and they have practiced faithful- gg
QE ly from the time the thing was started. It might be added that this sport EE
EE gives a chance to some of those students who have not participated in
51-5 any of the other sports and it has been made a letter sport. EE
About fifteen candidates turned out, among them being Joseph Brack- EE
gg ley, Jack Rippert, Jolm Divine, Ely Weiner, Henry Rothkopf, Lyle Young, QE
EE and Anthony Mistretta. gg
? The schedule calls for four gamesg two to be played at home and two gg
'qi away. EE
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E DRAMATICS E
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RUTH RICHARDSON, B. L. I.
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EE Tl1e Class of 1930 has presented two very successful plays. "Peg O'
EE My Heart" by J. Hartley Manners, was given in the Junior year and EE
QE "Three Wise Fools" by Austin Strong, in the Senior year.
EE "Peg O' My Heart"
EE Characters gg
Mrs. Chichester-Le Verne Sheeley gi
Alaric, her son-Anthony Mistretta gg
EE Ethel, her daughter-Helen Lane
EE Montgomery Ward Hawkes-Isaac Weinstein EE
Christian Brent-Eugene Glusker SE
EE Jai vis, the butler-Joseph Distle EE
Bennett, the maid-Rose Cooper EE
"Jerry"-Eugene Plunket EE
"Peg"-Pearl Cohen EE
HE "The Three Wise Fools" SE
Mr. Theodore Findley-Eugene Plunket 1
CI.. Dr. Richard Gaunt-Anthony Mistretta
EE Hon. James Trumbell-Gordon Krum EE
EE Miss Farichilds-Pearl Cohen EE
EE Mrs. Saunders-La Verne Sheeley
Gordon Schuyler-Jerome Rampe EE
EE Benjamin Suratt-Ely Weiner EE
EE .lohn Crawshay-Leonard Hershkowitz EE
Poole-Alvin Zupp EE
Gray-Harold Dewitt BE
Clancy-Charles Hamilton gg
Douglas-Fannie Solomon EE
THE ROOSEVELT PRIZE EE
QE A friend of the Ellenville High Scholl offered a prizee of ten dollars to EE
QE the student of the two upper classes who should write the best summary EE
SE of the life of Theodore Roosevelt. This summary was to be in one para- EE-I
graph, not exceeding one hundred and twenty-five words. About eighty
students entered this contest. Miss Williams selected the ten best sum- BE
maries, signed by fictitious names. These were handed to Superintendent QE
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WHAT WOULD HAPPEN
If AL VAN GORDER got locked up in school all night?
If ELI WEINER came to school at 8 A. M.?
If IKE WEINSTEIN got lock jaw?
If MISS FOX forgot to ask for excuses?
If CLIFF WESTCOTT sat in his seat for five minutes?
If CHARLES CROSS passed Algebra?
If THE GIRLS B. B. TEAM won a game?
If MISS DOIG was out of school for a half day?
If ETHELYN BURGER opened her mouth?
If GENE PLUNKET made no noise sneezing?
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l o you carrot a or me. y eart eets or ou. W ere have ou
bean? My eyes are radish from weeping and my corn aches. If we canta-
EE1 loupe, lettuce marry. Our onion will make us a happy pear. You little
513 peach, you are the apple of my eye. I am plum crazy about you and have
'ji cabbage enough berries for us to live on, even if I am a poor prune on a
I small celery.
E If I don't turnip to-nite, I will have a message left in the garden, so
EF just cauliflower and she will give you my direction. Our secret must not
Il leek out.
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WOMEN AND ELECTRICITY
When a woman is sulky and will not speak-EXCITER
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A1 Glusker- Angel in the moonlight your teeth are just like pearls!
Gene Glusker- Oh indeed' And when were you in the moonlight with
Alvin- What is a ten letter word meaning hold-up?
Julia- I ll bite. What is it?
Charles- Do you pet?
Helen- Sure animals.
Charles- Go ahead then Ill be the goat
Tony- How is Charlie coming along in Latin"
Gene Plunket- Like a native
Tony- How s that?
Gene- Throwing the bull
Miss DuBois to Bob Wolf in Geometry class:
Miss DuBo1s- Bob I am only punishing you because I love you
Bob- I wish I was big enough to return your love
Jack- LaVerne, I m burning with love for you
LaVerne-"Come home, Aloysius, don't make a fuel of yourself."
Ike-' Every time you contradict me Pm going to kiss you."
Alice-"You are not.
Miss DuBois- 'Alvin, can you resolve to sit up and guard your mouth?"
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Miss Holmes-"Ely, can't you stand up, or are you afraid of losing your
equilibrium ? "
Ely-"No, Ma sewed a button on last night."
Miss Doig to tardy people-You people who were tardy, come up to the
front seats and I'lI tell you where to go.
Mr. Clark fin Girls' P. T. classy-
"Bend over and touch your right foot with your left toe."
Making kids feel knee high to
Finding "Marty" Barry.
Passing kids in Regents.
Horse back riding to reduce.
To write a book in Geom.
Finding experiments for boy crazy
To pass a rule so that kids can
talk in S. H.
Doing the Charleston.
Eating ham sandwiches.
I have assembled you here for-
My figure is very easy to explain.
Stop your talking please.
Translate the last line over again.
What is your lesson for today?
Sit down and be oulet.
Any trouble with the lesson today?
Now that will do.
Leave the windows alone.
Take a front seat.
Now, I'Il hear from you.
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'Phone 236 and
Ellenville, N. Y. Ellenville
Chevrolet Sales and Service Produce Market
9 Market St.
Let's Dine And Dance
Ellenville, N. Y.
American and Chinese
Miss Williams-"It gives me great pleasure to give you a 'B' in English."
Cliff Westcott-"Aw, make it an 'A' and have the time of your life."
Some girls prefer a chaperone, but others prefer a chap-alone.
- Margaret-"Jerome, would you put yourself out for me?"
, Jerome-"Of course, I would, dear." fmushy likel.
Margaret-"Then will you? It's after twelve and I'm awfully sleepy."
. Senior-"In Siberia they don't hang a guy with a wooden leg."
- Freshie-"Why not?"
Senior-"They use a rope."
'35 Alice Clark-"Say, whatcha doing with that magnifying glass?"
EFI Gordon Krum-"Trying to make. this dime look life a half dollar."
Julia King-"Ireland should be the richest country in the world."
Rose Cooper-"Why is that?"
Julia-"Her capitol has been Dublin for many years."
Lg Pat McConnell-"The Scotch people are beginning to walk backwards."
-J. Nell-"Why is that?"
Tr Pat.-"So they can save their front steps." -3
5:1 Lyle-"I learned to dance in one evening."
55 Ethel Schoonmaker-"I thought so."
Miss Doig- When did you first suspect that your husband was not all
Mrs Hocmer- When he shook the hall tree and began feeling around on
H the floor for apples.
Ethel Silverman Say Dot I hear you flunked English Is it true?
Dot McConnell Yea the teacher asked us to write an essay on the
sult of Lazlness and I handed in a blank sheet of paper
Did you go t oa speakeasy when you were in New York?
He- I want a girl who IS clever good and beautiful
She- You don t want one you want three'
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Waiter: "Beg your pardon, sir! Where was he, sir?" :QE
Customer: "X marks the spot."
Sailor-"Help! I can't swim. Drop me a line."
Facetious Captain-"Yes, and you write me some, too."
Mr. IIOCIIIBT-USO your son got his B. A. and M. A.?"
Mrs. Van Kirk-"Yes, indeed, but his P. A. still supports him."
Helen Hill-"What do you think of the-se electric reducing machines?"
Madeline H.-"Frankly, I prefer the old-fashioned food."
L Henry Weiss-"How about a little ride, cutie?"
Marjorie Barkley-"Are you going North?" QE
Marjorie-"Well, then, give my love to the Eskimosf'
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Plumbing SL Heating
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The Class of 1930
Gratefully acknowledges the assistance and the many favors of
Photographer Mr Cosenza
The Blue and Gold
A few copies of this year book fcontaining a. complete directory of the
alumnij are still for sale. Price one dollar. Address "Blue and Gold", E. H.
S., Ellenville, New York.
Commencement Season Programs
The Class Day exercises will be on June 21st.
The Baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Perry Van
Dyke on June 22nd and the Commencement exercises will be given on
Each of these programs will be given in the High School Auditorium.
The hour is 8:00 P. M.
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rP'ress Go, Inc.
'Prmters 'Publzs hers
A. O. Kurz
97 Canal St. ,
Ellenville, N. Y.
We Do Not Sell Campbell's Soup
but when it comes to Drugs and
Sick Room Supplies
WE ARE RIGHT THERE
We also carry a very nice assort-
ment of Face Powders, Lip Sticks
and Face Creams which helps to
keep that school girl complexion,
and Oh, how the girls like Huylers
Candies. We sell them too.
Remember the name
CAMPBELUS DRUG STORE
when in need of anything in the
Finish High School First
Take a Course
Private Business School. Work for
some successful business man dur-
ing vacations and use the knowledge
and skill thus attained to make your
College Course fit you for your Life
16 Montgomery St.
Middletown, New York
For men who dress smartly
We specialize only in men's dress
wear, this is one of the reasons you
can buy better values at a lower
price at our store. When you need a
suit, hat, or shirts, do not hesitate to
come to us for better values.
s. J. STERN
Clothier -- Haberdasher
137 Canal St.
,I Miss Holmes fin Chemistry c1assJ-
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Leonard H.- My feet were hot and I turned the hose on them
Bob-Why didn't you answer that letter I sent you during vacation?
Edna-I didn't get it.
Bob-Didn't get it?
Edna-No, and besides I didn't like some of the things you said.
Mr. Clark-I just bought a set of Shakespeare.
Mrs. Clark-How many times have I told you not to buy those foreign
'15 Miss Holmes-I think you would have passed this chemistry, if you had
' paid a little attention.
Pat McConnell-I paid as little attention as possible, I'm sure.
Charlie Plunket-I always sleep with gloves on. That is what makes my
hands so soft.
Miss Rogers-Hum, do you sleep with your hat on, also?
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