Ellenville High School - Shawangan Yearbook (Ellenville, NY)

 - Class of 1942

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I' presents BLST IOOT FORWARD starrmg WALLACE SIREVELI. lI ffitnencv xuth a busrnesslxke a1r Lxtcutnxc ofnte Open 311 A prcxue of thmgs to come 'I HI C UIDANCI: DEPARTMENT presents IVKLNFH XEARS IRONI NOW starrmg ORVII l I: BAT ES ta drama of the future! war V t prmncxptl s OIIILC any time Shrewdly wrrttcn rlextrously acted T HI' l'NC1I ISH DI PART MENT presents X C omeclx of ffYI'dIll1I1'LtlC'1l Lrrors starnng Dull mn spots wxtty rn others 'IHE HISTORY DI PARIMINI presents TIME VJ X5 ooRoTHY sfxwotinsox AGNES TORRENS Sfaffms d KATHRYN WILKINS ROBERT CGVELL an Umagmauon Charagterlzes the emu-Q pmducuonj fConcern1ng the trlals and trrbulatmons of Cleopxtra cms 32 21 almost any mme Eleanor Roosexelt and the Senxorsb Room 28 most 1ny tlme A genume dramatlc productron THE DRAVIA DEPARTMENT presents TO BL OR NOT FO BL starrmg MARY BRODBECK lShakespeare wxth a swmg J Room Room any spar moment Lots of 1ct1on rntensely homelxlte Tlnll HOVIE ECONOMICS GROUP prtsents I IXb XND NIRIRDI IDS starrmg ARLENE BEHM charm ng domestlc productxonb when you stuck XX ell blots me down s 1 THE SCILNJCI. DLPARIMENT prtsents PHE DLII VCL OI LIFE starrrng MARION S'I EVENS and THEODORE ECKERT Qthenr enthusxasm rs as contagrous as the germs of I lt all adds up to educatron 'VIATHEMATICS DI PARTMIENI 1' presents LONIPOL 'N ID INT FE RLSI starrlng FRANCES DU BOIS La stxrrmg drama of fnguresj The PIAYD Room 25 daxly Scxence rooms qunte frequently " 7 2 : ' 3 3 - , f 3 I N 7 A A 1 i i Il" f' ' T' 7 7 1 1 1 ., 4 1 4 ,, .A 4 L -T -I g,, -, , V xv- .1 ' , ' ' 1 -. 2 " - I' H ,, ' I . D T i., C . , I b . 1 , H I 1 I ,H 4 A L Y 1 v , . I . , -t , , . . I , . 1 A I Ro , , 6 4 A A 4 4 A rr y ' ' Y ' T -vv .. T Ye r :H - .rl A-LL .L L V . V 1 , C-1 1 ' 5 ,re .. I3 2 " ' , ' ,it' a h'ti" -A ' " 4. - f - 5 ly , g4V 5 " ' ' ' ' 77 1 v v r '1 1'1r1 ' Ll ' ' ,. I ."e " , . Brush up on your work THE ART DEPARTMENT presents XRIISLS I IIEE starrmg EVA VANI KIRK movxng drama of real and stxll lxfej Room durmg and after school Svung and sway weakly THE ATHLETIC DEPARTVIENT presents CROSSINU FIIIP B XR co starnng ADELAIDE OTT and ALFRED ROBERTS ian acrobatmc dramaj gxmnaslum alternate days lrench Wllh a flmg Spamsh mth a sparkle IHF l ANGUAGI DI PARTMENT presen s THESE FORI IC NERS starrmg lRomance languages rn a colorful sertlngl Rocm 27 Poundmg wlth a purpose THE INIDUSTRIAL ARTS GROUP presents THE XXX IL LHORLS starrmg RAY VIOND GETMANI Shop mo gxxen txmes Brlghtly mapped out THE SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT presents I ET S FACE IT starrmg HAROLD FERGUSON fa hxstorxcal and polmcal producrxonj Room :zo when you re mteresled A gleeful spontaneous offenng THE IVILSIC DEPARTVIENT presents SINC BABY SING starrxng DORIS lIICHl'll l D and SAI CASTIGLIONE ta tuneful PIOCIUCIIOHI Room 6 certam days Cxcero wlth a klck THE LATIN DEPARTMENT presents IDIONI S DEI IC II I' starrmg MARY MANION verbal dlsplay of talent? Room 26 whenewer you re caught Typmg wxth a tmgle sellmg wlth a sp1r1t THE COMVIERCIAL DEPARTMENT presents FIGUR XIIIX LLY SPE XRINL1 starnng ETHEL SEYMOUR and LEONIORE SILVERMAN fhow to Wm fr1ends and rnfluence customersj Room D at set tlmes if-ffffva 4! A T ' , M" 'Y .S . 2' 1. .r I' r fa ' . ' . ' ' C ' , - H i ' ' ' f " r " . ' I I . I , .I . - . r Y H i I A- , , v .. I 1 '- ' A L ILY 77 ' I Iv A ESTHFR FOX Ca creative drama in several actsj . . m at 'v ' ' T r w . l I .. . ., A u ' Y H v, ' -. A I, I , . .. r - - -- -4 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " I H V- - -I 7 .y ll 1 A' ' j Y 'y ' V "Y A L .1 I A '- A A I ta , . . . rf ' 1 sf V 00.4 7m,7,66wdkc.6 the O 0 O 26 Nov Noy Noy Noy Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec 311 3l'l All Fe e C C C Fe eb eb Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar BEHIND THE SCENES Mrs Sanderson s humor Vy hen 'ylrlton m1rrred he wrote Paradzse Lost when she died he wrote Paradzse Reaarned English IV classes were told tl11t gr st1nds for grammatreal error not grrr Jerry XV1rsh1yy w1s rn the library doing rese1rch work rn Inglrsh Irt Not knowing Mrs Sanderson yyas bel1rnd hrrn he expressed l1rs opinion on the subject Ihrs rs a lot of bunk 'Wrs Srnderson turned from red to pink and Miss Wilkins had to leaye the roonr rrley Krnberg LIXC Vlr Coyell a lesson on girls neyer m1ke a Qrtl look srlly e will always get brek 1t you Mrs Sanderson must be 1 bloomrn Brrtrsher from the sound of things Lyery time someone speaks in elass she rsks yyhtn tea will be seryed Danny 'Nlathan went into the A 25 P to buy a can of that new meat product SPAB The English I rt el1ss wrote drarys a la Samuel Pepys to hand rri A lot of faces must haye been red Seyeral members of the cast of The I ate Christopher Bean almost got drunk during rehearsal as a result of rmbrbrng cider left oyer from a preyrous Halloween party Richard Rothman darntily scamperecl to the front of study hall to retrreye his shoe which some playful person h1d placed there Miss Iox told Irench III students about the bright pupil who thought pas du tout meant father of twins Perhaps rt WIS the mongrel pup th1t sc1mpered about the floor but the Blue Deyrls scalped the I rberty Indr1ns for the first time rn 9 SUITS Vylhat 1 nrght During a discussion of Sew 1rd s rr11perr1lrstrc policy History C his personal lrfe came up Betty NIeCir1th thought 1h1t hrs lrfe should be semdalous as there rs always t in the seyy rs All out for the Christmas h1l1d1ys sounds interesting under their eyes lhrs rs too trcklrsh a subject stated Mr Coyell after a discussion of the merits of long winter underyyear Vlr Loyell Hudson s1rled up the Hudson rryer rn the Half Moon Joyce J XX here rs the other half Slhree embarr1ssed students rn study hall were ordered by Mr Coyell to write an essay on good manners as a result of talking too much I llenyrlle had rts first bl1ckout and there yy IS 1 record amount of dates th1t night Pat Johnson came to school after hayrng gashed her head She cl1ims she fell down st1rrs myhll hrppened during the l1l1ekot1t' A yrsrtor to the school couldnt decide yyhether to grye Ienny Maxrmon a yrolrn dog license or a haircut And then there wrs the honer Jerry I1rn pulled in Solid Geometry In proyrng 1 therom he called 1 lrne Miss DuBois l1beled ll J She promised to take Ialmer writing lessons ag1rn Members of the Physics clrss inspected the piano on the gym stage Danny Nathan and Bob Vylendland were much more interested rn the girls gym class and their acrobatrcs A new fad hit our thrryrng High School Pyeryone has learned the deaf and dumb language those who hadn t learned the trrcky alphabet were social outcasts lVIr Coyell iust cant understand Jerry XVarshaw 1lras de loup First hes after Connie B then Eddella G and then eyen after a freshman Jerry didnt try to set Mr Coyell on the right ro1d I-llenyrlle was yyell represented at the 'vlrddletoyyn game certain girls neyer eyerr saw the game Vylho said there were no female wolyes' Phoebe Kramer read her composition on I 1 Cromme to the Irench III class She gaye two reasons for not chewing rt rn thrt el1ss til ll n est pas agreable mancker la gomme quand on parle Q25 Mne lox n arme pas Crym students got qurte a shock when preparing to enter the gymmsrum they found a real lrve elephant blocking the doorway rt belonged to the circus performing at H The wearing of the green but one Irrshman named OBrien showed up with no sign of green on her For shame Caye man days are returning 7th period study hall was the scene of a rarr pulling contest starring Ruth Leyrne ys Viola Craft It was a draw You can tell by the dreamy look rn her eyes that Mae Bronstein certainly enjoyed her yrsrr to New York City this weekend We wonder rs the reason her new clothes or her old beaus? U X Q ii W 4 .kr ct. 1 . . 4 4' A' . 4 e 4 . ' 4 - Oct. 18. . 'H 4 r A"1 " 1 . 4' , " "Y . 1. Sh' 4 r 1. ' . . f 'r 1' W- . A4 ' 4 : sh ,A 5. ' . V y. , A - ' 1 .- ,y g . b 2, ' 1. 10. , 4 1 '4 4 4 . 4 . 1 4 - . '.ll. 4 .fx 4 . '4 '. I I54 V . .- - IA, . 4 I V4. . I . 20. ' 4 ' ' 4 ' 4 - 3- ' :U 7 I . ' ' V ., -- " dir ' 4 " 4'e , 22. ' r 4 . I' 4 4 4 T Jan. 2. Back from the holidays: certain students could carry their books to school in the bags J . ro, 'A 4 4 4 '4 '. ' . 1 ' ' ' J . 17. 1 . ' 1 7" " ' 1 J , 28, A L - I, , , A , - 4b,i6.3sf- I 4. . 4 . .' 1 F b. 17. , " ' . .' r - Pb. IQ' . . . V y. Y . Iv 4 y Y' 'Ya I3 b. zo. 4 '. 4 j Z4 1 ' .4 ' 1, 1' y K D , -' K. ,lr A li b. 24. - f ' ' 3 . I b. 25. ' y ' ,I .' I ly F . 26.1 . ,' ' ' 1, .' " ' F . 27' f A 1' . ' 4 1 4 ' 7 ' ' ' r f . 16. ' I ' ' " .. ' 4 " T , . . 16. ' ' l - . ' 4 . ' , 15. fs, D 17. A . V . V , . I . I 17- v 1' .I 1 y . . - . . 29. 4 14 4 ' 4 V.. , . . y Y . U :INS 9 vis " XXV' af SOI OMON XX ICENTOXX SKY Fren h Club History Club 4 Student Council 3 Dmctng Club 3 I hntr Yearbook Staff 4 Manager Soecer Ieam 4 RUTH BAI DIERSON School Serxtce 4 Student Council 4 Sttencc Club 3 History Club 4 e I ate Christopher Bean fCastl Thesptan 4 lv- -J N 'X FI SIP BFADI I Science Club 1 English Club Library Club 3 Secretarial Club 4 Syracuse Shorthand Contest Girls Basketball Team 3 4 7 ANITA BLNJAVIIN Little Theatre 1 Sewing Club t Museum Club ee Club Fashion Show 2 SALLY BERKOWITZ Library Club Qui I, 2 A . 3 Secretarial Club. 4 X W JOHN BROXX 'NI Ar s and C afts Club lracttcil Selence Club 3 4 Student Council Sthool Serwtcc Club 4 Ili .dz HAROLD BOLLINI Boys Glee Club Mixed Glee Club 2 3 Student Council 3 Minstrel Show e I ite Christopher Bean ICast Thcsptan Sehool Serxtce Club 3 President Senior Class 4 Manager Tennis Team I 1 I SARAH Botwmtex I tbrary Club Irench Club 2 Debate Club 3 Secretarial Practice Club 4 teTheatre 1 2 3 The Next War ICastj The Late Christopher Bean QCostumesj ,J -fo-Q1 .L4.x N44 ,, 'XIATHAN BOXER m Club 1 2 ccer QVAISIIYJ 3 nnis fVarsttyj 2 3 Basketball LVBISIIY, 2 3 Student Council WWW DONALD BRADFORD O c estra, 3 nd 1, Tennis Team, 1, 2, 3 Tennis Champion, 3 Slow 'VlAE BRONISTEINJ Llbrary Club 1 Club Secrctanal Club 4 Shorthand l Champxon 3 1 rc cstr l ea c o erucc Stu e na ure Ss. ary bc uk lht lan Fa e 0 he I6 X 'VIARJORIF BROXK N Kmtung Club r l xbrary Club l'ancy vwork 3 M-'cf' ky My 0,51- 41 mwgfln Q.. DAWN BUCHSQAUVI Knrmng Club I t e heatre r Lxbrary Club 3 4 lhespxan 4 l he Late Chrxstopher Bean lBusxness Mana ger The Congo, 3 ,6-ado M MKNIW RALPH CHRI AN Archery Club, 1. 2 Dancing Club, 3 fffl QORIS CO1 ES Sevwung Clu Yearbook 2 Ar Club 1, Yearbook Stall' 3 Art ld: to 4 School Serxrce Club 4 Glee Club 4 Sextette 4 -.L-Ml' aa-M-'f-U4 wxow Cor E V-f4""'fff ,ul-edaba AHIC Club 1 2 Homtmmkrng lashxon Show ANN CORCORAN Qu l Club 2 3 Junror Class Secretay Senlor Class Secretary 4 -4. ,yfjfff VIOLA CRAFT Kmtung Club 1 Photography Club 2 tle lheatre 1 A g xl Cluh 1 2 GC. Qulll and bcroll 'l hespran Junxor and Senxor VICE pres Varsuty L ub lhe Late Chrlsto her Bean astj NANCY DAVIS Quill Club. , Yearbook Stall, 4 Little Theatre, . History Club, 4 RUTH DE VOE A Club 1 l Club 3 Out l I' u l and Scroll 3 4 r S N arslty E u School SCIXILC Club 3 !X fix YCOVSTANC Dll RI LLTE Archery Club I afltc Club 2 School Sent c Club 3 Student Councll 'Vlmstrcl Show ll' C352 JOHN OBRINISKY Stu ent Coun ll J n1orI9l1N 3 'I he I ate Chrxstophcr Bun rCastJ Chefs Club nd 3 Orchestra M' ST EX E XGANICHUK Auatt C ub 1 Intramural Baskctball Wil Glee Club 3 VV' ROBERT EIBSEN Photography Club lractlcal Sctence Clu School Serxxce Club 4 T e I ate Chrtstopher Bean QStage Manager Scmor Class 'Ircasurer 4 JERIQVIIAH FAINI 'pm Archery Club 2 k ' Y' Sclence Club 3 Dancmg Club 3 Cnym Club 4 Publtcuty Commlt .Iumor Prom 3 Intrtmural Basketball 4 Bowltng 4 OL EONIORE FIINKLESTEIN Sewtng Club I1ttle Theatre 1 2 Irbrary Club 2 3 4 Cwlee Club 4 DOROTHY ILUCKIGER Ilbrary Club X carhook Cluh Red Cross Club 3 JV C f BARBARA GALLOXVAY Archery XQI b I.1brary5'Club92 3 MARION! GFIGBR Intramurals I 2 Archery Club I Art Club 3 4 HAZEL GEORGE Archery Club I Fash1on Show 1 Archery Club 2 Intramurals 3 4 I' 3 ,X if LINDA GEORGE lClub 2 3 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 School Seruce Club 3 4 Gxrs Varslty E nb Rambow Revue Staff LWWEQ-W LOUISE GEORGE Kmtrmg Club I l Club 2 3 Fashion Shaw 2 W lv JEAN Ilttle Thea el I Student Councll 4 uw, MILD ED HARKA Y Club te 'Iheatre 1 Secretanal Practxce 4 Glee Club I Bxll of Fare zff I 5 HOPE HASTINGS W -J Lrttle Theatre 1 L1brary Club Q lClub 2 3 4 Wxnner of Amerlcan Legmn Oratoncal Contest 4 JOYCE JACOBOWITZ Llttle Theatre I 2 Sewmg Club ll fffaah, ,pf- XEZ-QW .14 ,gf Fa? 0 ,gel t' 'C PATRICIA JOHNSON G ee Club Kmttmg Club I K0 ,jd Q lClub 2 3 4 '77, Yearbook Staff 4 CLIICIBIY Odhgf Edltorj Lxttle Theatre 2 4 S bool Servrce Club 4 kflaf The late Chrnstopher Bean lCastJ NAL .Iumor Prom Advertlsmg Chalr 3 Stare Wxnner Feature wnt me Cup 4 GEORGE KEENAN Q ll Club 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Intramurals Basketball Aiffkef E ,Lf-4VfJCP7 Qrcff'-Afff SHIRLEY KINBERG D ate Club 2 3 4 Hxstory Club 1 ee Club nd 2 3 l Ba The Next War Nllnstrel Show 3 ' I 1 ' , 1 x-'73 gf' r .W-4-' C , 0 . , . 'V - Y'I 4 , uil , , ,I I JZ' ' is ' x rl, K I v I . . . AY 1- S I+" . . 'Y I, Qull ' ' '4 Qu'l, 1, 2, 3, 4 V- ' l , 1, 2 ' ' '- 'l' ' Cl, f.l f '- 3' 4 4 tl ' A " A A H " 2 4 . . N ' uil , , , ' X' - . ' ff l .4 ' ' y A Thespian, 4 I , f Quill , . Af I' f f : I Il Y - ' - I l lj ,J I f li I ' u'l , . , 'll I Y 2' X A 3' 4 'I f X ' I 7 I, 1 be f ,S if If - f I . , ff T , X lffix, I " . , ' fl L- Art , 1, 2 ,f Lirl T ..,2. 3,4 eb , , ' , 1 H ' f H Gl , 1, 2, 3, 4 .. vv 7 - , ' ' I 4 ,1 W fl " if 1' I JOSEPH KING Archery Club Science Club 3 4 Intramural Basketball Intramural Softball J' MARGARET KING Sewing Club 1 ramurals 1 2 3 EMANIUEI KOSSAR A cherx Club 1 2 4 Pracucll Sclcncc Club 3 Chef s Club 4 Soccer Team 4 Irack Ieam 3 0-'WJ f fwyc, TTNORRIS IA CASSP Gym Club 3 seball 1 2 Soccer 3 4 Bowlmg 4 Intramurals f,,xjwM SHIRLEY LAUBER 'l Club, 2, 3, uil and Scroll, 3, 4 Student Council, 3 Rainbow Revue-editor ' chic , 4 Library Club, 1 fi" X. RUTH LEVINE Q 1 3 4 The Late Chnstopher Bean CCastD Thespxan 4 Student Councxl 3 Lxttle Theatre 4 lrs Varsity E u School Servlce Club 3 4 Yearbook Staff Edntornn che 4 Ulster County Representa ne t Ifmpxre Crrs rva town S, State Fancy vrork Club 1 Jl""' xr s ars1ty E ub Mxxed Glee Club 3 4 ,QM Sprmg Irestuals 'X If ,pr fm," 54,1 Qun ,L . GRANT LOW W We X ROBFRT DDE 'Xlature Club nd 1 Q Orchestra Ieathercr wif we fi 'Icnms ROB -RTA MANY .' rary Club, 1. 'l Club. 3, 4 Ounll and Scroll, 4 JACQUIILIXIE MARCUS Traffxc Club 2 Ltbrary Club 3 Archery Club I lt e Iheatre 3 Cnrls Athlettcs 1 Gtrls Varstty Club Yearbook Staff 4 Student Counctl Gtrls 4 y ar Sports Vledal M914 I-fm.. I IONIARD MAXIVIONI Sctcnce Club 4 Band 4 e I ate Chrtstopher Bran ICastJ Attended Bronx Hugh School ctence if , cfjf if EI ISABETH McGRATHC Ltttle Theatre I ate Club x 2 3 Cheerleader 3 4 School Servtce Club 4 Q, Thespran 4 ,TT Yearbook Staff ClVlanag1n Fdltorj 4 Junlor Prom Com nttee 3 BRUCE NAIL m Club Iracttcal Sctence Club 'Ireasurer Juntor Class 3 Captatn Track Team 2 Captun Baseball Ieam 4 Four Letter Man 'I e late Chrtstop er Bean Cliuackstagej DANIFL NATHAN l Club lhotography Club Sctence Club ltbrary Club 2 3 Che s Cl b occ Chee d .I N, HELEN 'NIEWKERK Danctng Club 1 Knrtttng Club 2 Archery Club 2 3 Ltbrary Club 4 Orchestra Chatrman Jumor Prom 3 Bowlxng 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Itnafore Vlmstrel Show I ORETTA O BRIEN Fancy work Club 2 Intramurals 3 Gxrls Basketball Team 3 4 jg fi Ream Jfexu Q 'NSTQIRLEY PENI Lxbrary Club M Ltttle Theatre Thespran 4 Bowltng Club 4 Junror Prom Commtttee 3 fits!-aff! 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S 2, ' 4 f G' l' V A A' " l b, K5 . 2 I I' 2' 1 3- 4 FLORENCE REITER Sewrng Club Museum Club 2 rs Glee Club e Theatre Program Commrttee Juntor Prom 3 .ll ROVII ROSTNS l OCK C e s Club 1 Lum Club lrbrarx Club 3 Duso Doubles Champrqgt 3 Qcccar 3 rskctbal Baseball 1, C55 'WURIEL ROSENSWEIC lttle Theatre 4 -Xrcherx Club 1 becrctarral Club 4 Trafh Cub 3 rrs xarsrty Cu Cnrls Basketball Team 3 Q 1 EDITH ROSOPF Bovnllgg 4 ,Tenms Team 4 Attended Ogdensburg Free Academy Erasmus Hall Hrgh School ff1'ifJff'c f. f..c4,4,. LOUIS ROTHKOPE fr 1' ELLEN SCOTT Kmttrng Club Trafftc Club 2 3 Secretarial Club 4 lntrlmurals ,114 flu! Sl Rl DA Nature Club Stump, Club A C 5 1 r s X 1 Club IRNIA SIVISON I 3 Basketball leam 4 'fri f 'vb GEORGE SLUTSKY Practrcal Scrence Club 3 Archery Club 2 4 Chefs Club 4 The Late Chrxstophcr Bean tCastj Yearbook Staff 4 Bowlrng 4 Intramurals fxlwtwf K fr X 4 I". -sf' or ORIA SPADAROXQ Photography Club -Xrchery Club, French Club, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Bowling. 4 Intramurals , f I .fl JV T l JI 1,091 of s Xlzdrnv HAROI D SUT I A T afftc Club 1 2 Arts and Crafts Club 3 Crym Club 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Dccorattng Commrttee for Jumor Prom ! 4 ALICE VAN KEUREN Ltbrary Club 2 Museum Club 3 VL JERRY WARSHAW Mia, cf 'VIARY FRANCES TAYI OR Dmcrng Club 1 ltbrary Club 1 Archery Club 2 Student Counctl Sec 3 Cheerleadtng Squad 2 3 DOROTHY THOVlPSON Archery t Q ll X HOPE TICE Varsrty Basketball 3 4 Varstty Soccer 3 4 , H ' 5 Student Counctl 2 Yearbook Staff 4 ., 4, 1 Photography Club ' P ' Archery Club 2 '5 , I " lb Q1lCu 34 ou -S vc 'ir , I1 5 E IVIHW, f I I VIVIAN WEITZ jd, icriff A Club 3 ,f t e eatre 3 V I , 4' Secrctartal Club 4 -1' I Juntor Prom Decorattng Commrtree Bull of are .,, The Next War Ihcspran 4 x rv V4-:QS be K J'-lv' I' ffxff ROBERT WENDLAND Trafftc Club 1 Ches Club Archery Club 3 Outll Club 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Golf Squad 2 4 ccer leam 2 3 Baseball 3 J ll Z 'Llc' wk! C L-ll with . . ,VCL DEANI VJRIGH T Ouill Club, 1 Radio Club, 3 Dancing Club, 4 Intramurals f 1 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Way way back nn the drm past when we Senrors were green Freshmen we drs played slrght evxdence of the ambtttous energettc lrxe wrres we were to become rn 1942 Tryrng to get out of our oyster shells we made our debut at the Fresh men Party Begtnmng to feel grown up we were taken down a peg or two when the Sentors declared a Sentor day Wrth the HIS! taste of hugh school exams our freshman year ended When we came back the followmg autumn we gay young Sophomores started our soctal wear by rnductmg the new crop of Freshres rnto school vwrth a Backwards Party Then we had a party for ourselxes To show that we were mdependent we refused to allow admrttance to any upperclassman We kept the soctal events rollmg vwtth a good old fashroned Barn Dance complete wrth caller and all the accessortes Of course we rtgged ourselves out tn the werrdest costumes for the Halloween Dance That too was the year that the notorrous Home Room D brought therr lunch and staged a sat down strrke durmg the noon hour We vtere drsmtssed more raptdly after thatl Ahl At last we were the Jolly Junrors and on the road to success for thus class was gomg to make a huge balance xn the treasury Vke ordered rtngs and elected class offrcers for the ETSI ttme Danny Nathan became our presrdent Vrola Craft the uce presldent Bruce Nall the treasurer and Ann Corcoran the secretary We attended the Semor Play and wondered rf ours would be as good as Lady of Letters We were at the peak of happrness when our dachshund trxumphed oter the Senrors Donald Duck tn the annual Juntor Sentor game The maroon and whrte vsaxed wrctorrously and the encounter netted us the most money ever made at thrs game Our patrrotrc Prom was a great success as we trtpped the ltght fantasttc to the stratns of a ten prece orchestra Our Junror year ended as we danced on the deck of the Sentor flagshtp at the Receptton Could tt be that vte were actually Senxors at long last, We werent any drfferent than before but as ttme vsent on vte acquxred the dtgmty that becomes a Sentor We formed our class rn Home Room 24 and elected our offrcers after a strong polttlcal contest Harold Bollm vson the prestdency Vxola Craft agatr retatned the vtce presidency Robert Lrbsen became treasurer and Ann Corcoran agatn fulnlled the secrttarys dutxes Wrth thrs attended to vue settled down to make our class outstandtng Our maga71ne campargn netted us more money than any precedmg class The Late Chrxstopher Bean was our chorce for the Senror Play and a capacrty crowd attended the excellent productxon both mghts O March I4 the Dachshund wtth many maroon and whtte attrred Seruors attended the tradtttonal .lumor Semor game to see our worthy grrls and boys mowed down by a rxsmg Junlor team L1ll1an Ptun and Dons Coles entered 1nto the Splflt of thxngs Cboth were knocked outj We attended the Student Councxl Circus on March 16 at whtch trme the School gymnasrum harbored an elephant and a camel among other thmgs Ju- LE On. wt' Else ' f 1 ' ' b luv I MX f :::::5 , fl X N4 , . , . . . , . . 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U M-:AE 5 E 'QA ASV 3 L my E A A :U H! , Q5 W' SENIOR WILL-1942 Vve the lQ42 Senior Class of the High School of Iillensille in the county of Ulster and State of New York being sound of mind ind memory do make publish and declare this our last NVill and lestament in the manner following Anita Benyimin leases her communication system in study h ll to Jimmy 'Nlewcombe Grunt Iowe syills his vyolfish tictics to lugcnc Robinson Jean Gresham leases her father s shotgun to the boys of I H S The threesome Botysinick Buthsbium and NVeit7 lease all thoughts of XVoodridge behind them Connie Dierfelters studiousness goes to Gordon Grant Jerry Warshiys is not ltiying dt bchmd driw your oysn conclusions Loretti OBrien regretfully lcmses Bob McGliy 'Vlargaret King ssills her quietness to Henry Solomon Joyce Jacobowitz offers her knitting needles to Iris Stcdner Bob VVendland leases period Xlancy Dans syills her cisual hair stylt to Fddelli Griswild Helen hcwkcrk ysills her yimping ibility to Join Hurt John Brown leases his athletic ability to Xlorman Tennenbaum Lil Pivins study hall swagger goes to Joy Stalcup Ruth Balderson leases her br1ins to future wilirds she is tiking her bravsn lennie Maximon s math marks go to Harriet 'Iaylor whtrc they will be cer tainly appreciated Patty Johnson leases her college address to John Smith Kossar and Slutsky ssill their 'Vlonti address to Martin lxatcher Ruth Leyine lmscs htr social consciousness to George Garrison Rilph Christian ysills his side burns to 1 good rifor Doris Coles wills Stu Schoonmiker to anyone who can get him Harold Bollin and Sol Wicentosysky lease their crooning ability to the tele ahone operators Ienore Finklestine leases the library hovs unusuall Shike Rosenstock wills his SPIIS t Hcsh Vsftinbrot Viola Craft leases all the typing room furv to Dot Hennige Viola Craft offers her old letters to Rich Van Keuren to pass around Much to the dismay of the staff Linda George leaves the Quill Marion Geiger leases her school pins to anyone else who s collecting them Sally Berkowit7 wills her pencil stubs to all up n coming art students Lrna Simson wills htr pleisant smile to all glum Juniors George Keenan vsills his biblical characterizations to another willing couple Shirley Lauber leases her collection of gum in room 32 Gloria Spadaro leases her candy stand in capable hands vshile she and Naomi Cole take a trip 0 Tommy Mearns naval base In witness whereof we have hereunto inscribed our names THE SENIOR CLASS f f , , '. . 1 . 4 M s X . A v 1 . r ' ' ' ' Y 2. . I . 7 . J A 1 4 i v A x vi v 1 V V, v 4 I V I is v - A 4 Y' I 1 . v w 4 J l " " . .' , ' 1 . ' r . ls ' 'i 'r I 7 r ii 4 t . "Sonny" Nathan leaves his violin mastery to Jack Bennyfif he'll take it. wx A vrf 3? I I y . . , ' ' Ar 'rv 4. f 4 Y V A A . 'i r ' ' it .'4 . V V . r i' it 'G I. .i ' 4 l if . L V ' I . J C . . v v . L x .Y I : L xi' S J' J S I - . ' t - ' . , f i' . My fffxhgj SENIOR POPULARITY CONTEST 1111 48 11 1 1111111 1 X1 111111 11 1 1 1111 1111 PX 11 111 X 111 1. 11001 1 It ll 1 Nt 11 X11111r111 111111 IX l1Nt 311111 L1 1L111 11111 X 1111111 11111 1161111 e 1x11112111 111111 111 1111151116111 X11C1rat1 1 '11 N111 1111111 111 1 X1l11 XX 1 1 1 1 111r111111 11r1111 5 s llsl 1st 111111111 111111 X111st 1011111111111 11111 11 E.111s111 t 1 Nt 1 1111 111 X 1151 11111116111 511111 1111161 L IIX 1 1 11111 11111111111 st11111 5111111 11111111 N 111111 111 11 IL 111 X1115 U11 11115 1111111 f-X, Dj5 ff X QM 5311. 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H-1 Oz V fz 11 X, 1 if I X 5522 X X .rg SENIOR PROPHECY A decade has passed the war rs oyer and trmes are agatrr prosperous Women have taken the place of men rn numerous rndustrres and needless to say are dorng a good job of rt Roosevelt went out rn IQ48 and a member of the lost party the Republrcans took offrce Lets read a typrcal newspaper of the year IQ52 The presrdent of the Natronal Sandhog Unron Betty McGrath recently obtarned a closed shop on the Ellenyrlle lNapanoch tunnel no men allowed Ann Corcoran the famous cryrl engrneer noted for the constructron of the brrdges that people cross before they get to them rs rn charge of work on thrs tunnel ihrrley Krndberg rs rccoycrrng from 1 neryous breakdown suffered when she mrssed a questron on the rr7rh stssron of lnformrtron Sqtrcrlt Here s an rnterestrng ad NVanted ont brby carrragt capable of holdrng tyyo Notrfy Mr and Mrs lNalhan Boxer Jeremrrh lrrn recently broke a leg vrhrlt tryrng on r parr of skrrs at Vlrcy s Donald Bradford for the past tleyen years rssocrated yyrth the A U P has accepted a posrtron at the Grand Lnron Heres Eya lovyes hobby column rt has ryyo and one half mrllton readers darly Robert Chum Erbscn rs at present staff photographer for the Lllcnyrlle Journal now publrshed rvyrce a week Alfred Kanter has finally receryed hrs drplomr at Cooper Lnron He rs a full fledge ton sorral expert vxarmrng for the past three years ln the off sctson hc optrates the elcyator rn the grrls dormr tory at Vassar Edrth Rosoff has rust returned to Brooklyn as leader of the Dodger s cheerrng sectron Ann Sherrdan s successor the whrstle grrl Nlrldred Harkayy opened yesterday rn her new prcture varth Harold Sutra as leadrng mm Shrrley Penn has marketed a new rnyentron thc Penn pen desrgned to elrmrnate the use of rnk Robert Madden has started lessons on the yrolrn as vyell as the trumpet He has found thrs necessary rn hrs new capacrty as leader of the Clayton Mrlrtary Band ln hrs spare trme he drryes the Proneer Frre Truck Alrce Van Keuren and Alrce Budd are alternately starrrng rn the Broadway hrt Alrce ln XVonderland Dean Wrrght rs modelrng for Charles Atland he rs the before rn the before and after ad Joe Krng rs the a ter Hazel and Lourse George are openrng rn a reyryal of George Vfashrngton Slept Here the St George Theatre on Staten Island Lours Rothkopf has opened a new factory for the manufacture of a new type of canme domrcrle He obtarned all mformatron on the subject vyhrle rn hrgh school 'where he spent many happy hours rn a certarn doghouse on the thrrd floor The Mrsses Cornelra Brooks Mary li-rances Taylor and Roberta Many are starrrng that successful yaudeyrlle hrt at the Garety Theatre The name of the show that wrll appear next week at the Republrc rn Brooklyn rs Pulchrrtude Plus Curtrs Phelps has transferred hrs posrtron as statron caller on an ocean lrner to clock watcher rn a vyagon factory Dorothy Fluckrger rs now Frrst Lady of Napanoch They laughed at Rrp Vwlenrg s Ford but now cars are out of style Elsre Beadle rs now lryrng vyrth her aunt whrle workrng at the Pepsr Cola plant Steve Draganchuk has returned from hrs round the world Hrght lt was a success except that he had to hrtch hrke to the arrport and back The successful commercral artrst Ruth DeVoe was awarded the prrze for the best drawrng of a package of Pall Mall crgarettes Barbara Ga loway has been granted a patent to manufacture a new type of flash that people are as qurck as Mae Bronstern rs now brlled wrth Murrel Rosenswerg as the greatest srster act on the stage today They stng Florence Rerters new daytrme serral program Sadre Slope Grrl Steeplejack rs a huge success She rs rn the trtle role supported by Hope Hastrngs and Hope Trce The sponsors have much hope for the program In closrng let s look at the edrtorral page Dorothy Thompson rs polrtrcal columnrst and Dorothy Lepke a crty edrtor both are well surted for therr jobs We never thought that so much could take place rn such a short trme But then the class of 42 could do anythrng They ve lryed up to all expectatrons fi! f 132 7 x l, Q ? A X f r yry, My S K H Q t 4 f 4 Q X Q r W I 4 Y- - y ' V V ' V A . Y. I . v V V Y V Y' .V L 1 I vu C . ,. I Bruce Nail. third-string center of the Cantonville Celtics. played his frrst game .after bench I ' r V. A L, K V ' .L I .V A V , . . tn! a v 7 , V ,- s- ' ' " f TT . . . V. Y A, . at Y I . r . V . 1 V V ' . I 1 1 1 I 1 1 Y ,1 1' 1 1 ' 1 1 3 I 1 I1 11 1 1 111 ,. AMN 1 1 1 K 1 S 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 ,1 NX Q 1 1 X Y V 11 11 X XXX l i i wiiml 1 1 11 1 1 'N 3 EI 11 1 N 11 1 15 ' 1 1 K 11 V N, W 1 :SS V 1 11111 W1 1 ' 1, 1 V' If 57 L X MV N! . 1 P if 1 1? NX E 1 . H A A q' 1- 1 1 M' 1 5 4' 1: 1 ,BJ N 51 X I I' ' 1 W ' 1 ' A V f 1 ' 1 1 N ' ' . I , 1 ' N1, i , N ! 1 4 A I 1 Q1 1,11 1M I, 7 I ! f 'ff Y if ' 1 'f' , ,iff Z 1 17f 7 ' f E 1 11 11 1 1 Q5-Q-fJ Na. if A 1 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Approximately 102 little freshies made their grand entrance into the hallowed halls of E.H.S. in IQ3Q, to be appropriately greeted by a backwards party given by the Sophomores. After two years of struggling with the various subjects, the 1942 Junior class was success- fully launched in early September, Homeroom presidents were soon elected, and Howard Kass, Bob McClay, and Joan Hart were those chosen. Two members of the class became honored members of the Student Council after a frenzied campaign-Bob Baker was elected president of the organization, and Elaine Dittenheimer viceepresident. In November, the class furthered its glory by the appointment of seven Juniors to the School Service Club, To be exact, they were Richard Eibsen, Emanuel Wicentowsky, Elaine Dittenheimer, Robert Hilliard, Martin Katcher, Nelson Sears, and Stuart Schoonmaker. The class had its celebrities, too. Virginia Daioczok was named to the Thespian Roll of Honor as a result of the excellent Work she did during her Sophomore year. The Junior girls- non-resident and resident-conquered all in the Helds of hockey and soccer. Credit goes to Iris Stedner and Lillian Cullen, hockey captains, and to Alice Van Keuren and Edith Reichel, who led the soccer teams. A large cheereleading squad was chosen and the Juniors were well repre- sented by Virginia Grant, Dorothy Hennige, and Iris Stedner. The class passed the January mid-terms safely, and was hard at work after the week of trial. The basketball season opened and the team was ably supported by the ever-present Juniors-Norm Tennenbaum, "Hesh" Vlfeinbrot, 'iAce" Betz, "Irish" McClay, George Garrison, and Rich Van Keuren. The real debut of the Juniors occurred on February II, when the first class meeting was held. After much excitement, split votes, and re-voting, the leaders were chosen. Nelson Sears became president, Robert McClay vice-president, secretary, Harriet Taylor, and treasurer, George Garrison. Attirecl in the hues of blue and gray, the Juniors, supported by their faithful mascot, MacArthur, the raccoon, were on hand to see the outcome of the traditional Junior-Senior game-a favorable one, as far as they were concerned-they trounced both Senior Boys' and Girls' teams on March 14. Exam I ' I7 lm I' AJ pu M L . A f- 'SR .P9l""N ,, R '.Jc'1 hw Q-,cs 93A 4: 5.1 x'51"Tfl sf" ' k..f fa 5 5 l 114A V tlllll' 4 , 4 , M 'gf ' E5 Q J lint I C l 9, B015 J l SOPHOMORE HISTORY After a whole year of hard work and takmg everythxng from orchxds to omons from the upper classmen we now End ourselves Sophs and we can look down upon the freshles and call them greenhorns just as the upper classmen did to us But there remams one obstacle we have to face for a whxle There are st1ll Jumors and Senrors who thmk they are our superlors But the day Wtll come when our class too wlll rule At present there are four sophomorehomerooms 6 20 26 and 22 Home room offxcers are President V Secretary C Room 6 P esldent V Pres Room 20 C Presldent V Pres Secretary C Presxdent V Pres Secretary SCR Room 26 Room 22 Evelyn George Fdwtrd Cobb Robert A Snyder Jeanne Moshrer Robert Jacobs fred buter Dorothy See Phylhs Many Harold Culver Glorla Green Harold Culver Melvm Karow Edward Du Boxs Betty Lahey Robert Shake Now for some of the mdrvxduals of the class The Sophomores boast of a talented muslc student She s Frances Kless who has drsplayed her musxcal talent rn many a famous place W also are proud to have some athletes as Bert Cohen Buddy Wxdelltz Sldney Dole and Fred Suter who seem to be promrslng players for the future E H S basketball team Belreve rt or not we have a sophomore who llkes to see the world upsrde down It s no other than I. R whose strange hobby IS standmg on her head Txme marches on and nn the near future we too wnth be upper classmen Look for us two years from now when we hope to be edxtrng the Semor yearbook' l'l aj . k7'0'V K ' r I I f l .,l'res.g: . . Q XJ S. .R.- ' .-..-...... I 1 A! Secretary-Harry McCombs S. .R.- 5. .Ri . ' , ' A ' ' . e or fm, any 67' fGw FRESHMAN CLASS We entered Hxgh School a frnghtened forlorn bunch of kxds ready for most anythxng but resolxed never to gtve 1n We trptoed down the halls past noxsy seniors lookmg half fearfully for our homeroom It was room 26 and we were under M155 Iaylor She looked mrld and meek but one could never tell We took our seats and watted for the worst We had the trrals and tnbulatxons of all freshres frt seemed to us that we had more than our full sharej We nexer knew whlch room was whlch We would blxssfully take a seat tn a room only to End out xt was the wrong one to the Jeers of upperclassmen The system of llbrary passes also confused us We would walk rn and calmly sxt down only to be asked where our pass was Wed ask What pass? and be told everyone must have one to enter the lxbrary so out we d troop to fmd one Now Ctf you ve read thxs farj you ask well just who IS the presxdent etc To tell the truth there IS no one presrdent of the freshman class It IS so large that four rooms and four presxdents are needed ln room 6 Evelyn George IS presldent and Eugene Van Wagener rs secretary ln room 31 Kathleen Wrsdom xs presrdent In room 32 James lrlsh ns presrdent Marvm Sapkowxtz IS vtce prestdent and Mtlltcent Gray ns secretary Room Ds presrdent rs Vvlayne Moms Cnot the moue starj Gertrude Mltleo 15 v1ce presrdent Thelma Rosensweng rs secretary and Ph1lrp Terwrlltger IS treasurer In all our classes we were forever makmg hornble mlstakes especxally rn Engllsh and our unconsctous puns were terrtble We st1ll do make mrstakes For example of one of our m1ldCf moments one br1ll1ant lad wanted to know rf rrme was what was on the outer edge of the cheese' Although new vue haxe won the attendance banner once wxth an average of Q7 6 We have had set eral homeroom parttes but our bxggest event was when we all got A s 1n the perlod I Englrsh class and were rewarded wxth rce cream by Mtss Torrens We all hope to get As agaln sometxme as Mrss Torrens offer sttll holds Rtght now we are helpmg to defend our country by buytng defense stamps durmg home room perrod We are old and experlenced freshles now and as the new crop of freshmen come ln we feel we w1ll be able to help them wxth thexr troubles the same problems we once had v . . r V Y . . . - V .... , . 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X f- 7 SENIOR PLAY After many tollsome hours of rehearsal and fren71ed harrpullmg on the part of Mtss Mary Brodbeck the drrector the Senxor Class produced The Late Chrxstopher Bean Srdney Howard on November I4 and I5 The late Chrxs Bean was an arttst whose pamtmgs we e consrdered monstrosrtres by the family of Dr Mnlton Hagget CI eonard MlXlmOHj who owned them A number of years after hrs death the parntxngs are rn demand as modern m1sterp1eces An unscrupulous art dealer Tallant CGeorge Slutskyj manages to obtaln several of the prctures Compllcattons arrse when Davenport fl-larold Bolltnj a noted art crltlc and Rosen 1Joseph Resnxckj arrrve on the scene The famlly headed by Mrs Haggett iljatrrcta Johnsonj and the eldest daughter Ada CRuth Levmej try to obtam the pr17e pxcture from the mard Abby 4Ruth Baldersonb who refuses to part with ll In the course of the search Mrs Haggett confesses to the burnmg of the ITIBJOYIIY of the palntmgs because they were so horrlble Abby 'ilscloses that she saved them and whlle the Haggetts speculate as to the prrces they wrll brxng Abby reveals herself as Chrrs Bean s w1fe rn the surpnse endmg of the play There rs a romance through the story concermng the younger daughter Susan fVlOI3 CraftD and Warren Creamer fJohn Dobrmskyj a buddlng artrst Through the efforts of Chum Erbsen and Sollre Wxcentowsky as men about backstage Conme Brooks as the clear votced prompter whose off stage comments were enjoyed by the audrence Nancy Davts who dashed about madly trymg to make the stage ltveable Murrel Rosenswexg and Betty McGrath who played the greasepatnt professionally and the untlrrng work of M1ss Brodbeck the Senror play went along wrthout a hrtch and packed the audrtorrum P' f X -r l I ' 4 ' - I ,A 1 ,gy 1 I. . 0 ' s , ' 'Ms 4 v f s ' ' s 1 I K I .Atl , W2 My .11 " . y,.Jx cf? X! Sb f My it sf W SHAWANGUNK LITTLE THEATRE President: Mildred Harkavy Vice-Pres: Betty McGrath Secretary: Joyce Jacobowitz Treasurer: Sarah Botwinick The Shawangunk Little Theatre is an outside activity devoted to the furthering of the study of dramatics and entertainment. The future Helen Hayes', Katherine Cornells, Maurice Evansf and Boris Karloffs get their earliest experience on the El- lenville stage. Miss Brodbeck. the leader, directed the presentation of three Duso plays presented at intervals during the year. v- -'ev A .ls. .449 wa' ' -- ., sf -, Lew!- Ilfkalj J' 4,414 Arigb fy 'ML 0,, .3-f fever' ' " , . ' -1. . ..- A uw.--. - '-C 7 px. n 'rv,, 9 Q , X! GIRI 5 Cl El' Cl UB lft9lLlCYll Done Coles lub ln n ldcll1 Griswold Xlxhough no lxlrstcn Flagstuds 1.115 Pens Gladxs Swmrthouts emerged thc Glrls Glen Club led by Vlmss lughfleld was su ussful m turrhermg the smg Avy?" V' ,,-ef MV CW- lc F 'Q' "' 1, 1 . 7 l ' - ' f z'. 'A 1 2 ' . ' f " . , " ', or , , V , ' ' . A ' 1' A I 1 C 1 ' ' ' ' - ing of bsrtcr music. l 1 1 f ' 'A ,X I I , Au 4 1 ,N . ' in if ,fly ,, . , 'I . A, 1- X v 4- 7. 'i-'yff l cfm fix, QUILL CLUB Editor in Chief Linda George The Quill Club under the unerrmg influence of Mrs Sanderson weekly published The Quill Besides attending conferences and conventions the members devoted their time to work mg on the school paper xx ,-fs-of M la l p' ll i V ,fl ii i 1 Je, l LJ lub! I ' A , A , 4 ' lf! il l J ' ' 1' fi ,V f - r rx '34, il 1, 2 ' 4,4 L W U , Q 54' V12 ,f 1 Af" W A "" I 1 ,V ' . .xx v lkfx 'i j 4..- ' i I ft - ' ' Associate Editors: Joyce Jacobowitz. Shirley Lauber fx - 4 1 . , . . . , . ,, . - if . ,, . . . V . . - h ,f ,S ' , r P' f ' ----.f .- NM -N, ,K -. N -.rx X Y i .5 C Ar i, 4 I' Q, A .a ' ' 5 tv, G, .v R 4 .J 'H-L! .l ff l , X, I iw' f L gun , X ,. mf "glitz A l -4 A U ,J fl ln the Pracucal Sctence Club under Mr Eckerts PRACTICAI scttxcti CIUB TRAFFIC CLUB Captam Constance Dterfelter Ctrst Lteutenant Robert Hornbeck Second Lteutentnt Edwtn Hoar Xdjutant Naomt Cole Presxdent Vrctor Taylor Treasurer Edward Fuchs leadershnp each member selected a project on whxch to uork untxl tt was completed tat least he selected one ln Apnl the projects were exhtbxted at a sctence fatr 1n 'Vlnddletovnn The nlrafh Club dtrected by 'Vlr Ferguson had unusual success tn conducttng a keep off the lawn cam pargn presentmg an orxgtnal play tn assembly and study mg street crosstng of elementary grades Strange as tt may seem the members perfected a plan for pamtlng lanes on the corrxdor floors The strange part was that tht school accepted the plan and used rt RED CROSS Prestdent Eleanor Clancv Treasurer Kathleen Wrsdom Secretary Gladys Concors Kmttnng and sewtng for war charxtxes occupxed the Red Cross Club under Mtss DuBo1s superv1s1on The members also recexved xaluable experxence for future years l R l l . ., - .' 41' , . ' ,1' A , , -A J C . '..' , . Y . . Y l , . Y . SECRETARIAI PRACTICE CLUB CRAFT CLUB Presrdent Murxel Rosenzwerg Presrdent Robert Vanderlyn Vlcepes V1 Wet r vran 1 z Secretary Paul Drckmann Secretary Ann Corcoran Th fl h ll b h h l probablyosgrodixclvs ncilfiv :lx frlgefrilltyl g1?ttheeCia?EJCNll1fbc The Secretarial Practrce Club under Mrss Srlverman Mr German succeeded rn persuadrng the members to de was actually a busmess laboratory where the members WOW their Um? YO making leather goods dnd commercral work On a small scale rt was a trarmng ground for our future secretarres and stenographers CHEPS CLUB Presndent Eugene Robrnson Vlce Pres Clarence Kuhlmann Sec Treas Alex Lrpka The Chefs Club shared equally wrth the scrence classes rn the honor of furnrshrng redolence to pervade the atmosphere of the corndors The story ns related of one student who after bemg taught by Mrss Behm to make coffee brewed the ev1l concoctron for the famlly that evening and after drnner was asked to eat out for the remarnder of the week . . , r . A ' EA . 4 v v 1 v ,J V313 Q SCHOOI SY RVICE I rcsldent Constance Dxcrfelter V1cc Pres Ruth DeVoe Secretary Jerry Vkarshaw The School SCFXICC Club composed of Len boxs and len glrls chosen from outstandlng students 1n the Jumor and semor classes xs dxrected by 'Vlr Strexell and IS sup posed to act as an example to the rest of the student body For obuous reasons the example ns seldom followed Presxdent Sh1rley Penn Secretary Helen Newkxrk Helpmg Mxss Wrlkxns to keep the lxbrary m order nas the duty and functlon of the Lxbrary Club Wlth our mrs member chaos would haxc run rampant rn the haxcn of lxterature ART Cl UB ,QJJUJ lresldcnt Marxan Crelger Vncc Pres Kathryn Sercda Sccrctarx lrances McKn1ghr XV1ter color posters stencllmg pencll work craft work these were the accomplrshments of Mrs VanK1rk s Art Club The members completed enough vsork to cxhxbmt some rn the annual Art Exhrblt L-.51 .5 O 5 A I ' A F' Y s . 3 f : ,K 4 4 - .:,I 7 LIBRARY CLUB I O 3 ' : ' ' ,w 1 ... Q . , n , 5.- X yi 1 yX V' Y xxx' I r K , X Ak X Y X I x r f 5 1 1 I' .T 0 ' rx,q"X f ' ax Q , 4 a y 5 I x :X tr S ,fir 09 J U ppb- O,w A X we 5 elf x HISTORY CLUB Presxdent Dorothy TerBush V1ce Pres Rrta Culver Secretary Verna Krom Those mysterlous sounds emanatmg from Room 31 durtnt, the past vear were merely symphomes to which the Hxstory Club was ltstemng Under the dlrectton of Mr Covell xt was actually an organrzatxon formed to apprecxate and understand better musxc ARCHERY CLUB Presrdent Harnet Taylor Vxce Pres Exelyn DePuy Treasurer Patrnck OBnen 'Vhss Ott and her Archery Club spent therr trme maklng arrows and targets and of course shootmg the former at the poor latter Our local representattve tn the Nauonal Archery Assocxatton held a sktll contest ln the Spnng DEBATE CLUB Presldent Betty McGrath Secretary Moses Berman The Debate Club this year under Mlss Manron had tts most successful season As a member of the Inter scholastxc Debate League of Eastern New York the organwatxon gave xts members a chance to say thetr plece at several meets whxch resulted m local advantage We have some talkers rn thus school' LEADERS CLUB Presldent Nathan Boxer Vrce Pres Bruce Narl Sec Treas Norman Tennenbaum Ewery Tuesday durlng club period our brawny brutes con regated tn the gymnaslum to cavort on the horse Knot four leggedj and other apparatus Under Coach Roberts the Leaders Club attamed skrll tn gym nastxques lresldent .Iacquelme Marcus 5 ' IW STUDENIT COUNCIL Presldent Robert Baker Vmce Pres Elame Dxttenhermer Secretary Cornella Brooks Treasurer Jean Robmson As usual the Student Councul durxng the past year dnd the unusual It sponsored a magxcxan show a trrcus an exenxng of games a drmxe to saxe waste paper for defense and a dance Wlth Mr Bates xn an advxsory capacxty the members had thelr annual outmg at the end of the year Durmg the year they bought a banner and xnterclass medals for track and basketball They subsxdwed the Debate Club a lxbrary Club tea seseral assemblxes and the commerual classes for prrtnclpatnon nn a tontest GIRLS VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Vlce Pres Ins Stedner Secretary Ruth DeVoe Treasurer Dorothy Mlller Clrls as well as boys earn letters and the Varslty F Club ns the organwatlon of those gxrls They have play days wlth nexghbormg schools drrect the grrls sports program and they hold thelr own events under Mass Ott s supervxslon Mnss Ott s cheerleaders hate set as thexr go for the next year one new cheer to make up for the past year Thexr duty ns to lead the student o nn nose maklng at athletlc contests rlhe purpose f he r fatxons meetings IS to become prohcle at cheerm to ma e xt more effectlve A s cre t must be Ive for a purpose ful ot er ln yn fl lf! xl , 'Q' I ..-gf? 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A V rg fl N Aim I 64, 4.2: edwadai Z-.ZAa.QxZZfMZ4 .ilaaxrfar Mem 1134447 N -4, Kaffe Myer ., fagtffwfiz BASKETBALL 1941 2 19 ,Q 2' Captam Bruce Natl On th season 'Ihe 1n1t1al setback was uffered at the hands of a strong Beacon utntet 23 22 on November 28 Openmg the Duso schedult the boys ln blue trounced Llberty 24 I4 for the first ttme tn ntne ears Lack Y mg first lme substltutlons the Robertsmen lost a thrtlllng 29 24 battle to our arch rrxnl Monticello on thetr h omc court Stamxna showed as the Monttes overcame an 18 7 defrctt at the end of the half to wm gonng away A high rtdmg Newburgh utntet suffered a stmgmg 37 35 overtrme loss to E H 3 as Captatn Natl and hrs mates played thetr best ball of the season At thts pomt I-llenvxlle stock faltered and successtxe losses to Ktng ston 33 30 Muddletown 37 16 and Port Jervxs 27 22 put us rn flfth place rn the flrst half of the league 'lhe local 'ads had their last taste of vlctory as they defeated a weak Walden fue 32 22 llberty avenged thetr former defeat bv wtnmng 38 22 Monticello gamed an emsy 36 26 1nd Newburgh waltled to a 40 25 trrumph to mlke up for thetr former loss Kmgston tn the form of Rod kgcndorf and George Zelte who scored twenty pornts etch shellrcked the locals 45 25 as dtd Mtddletown 44 30 In thts game Bob Burton scored 2I e large end of the core only four ttmes tn fifteen games the F H S basketeers suffered a dtsastrous potnts a season hlgh QQ ' ' ,f J fy ' , I 2 Ol, 3 , gf, - -I A f 5- l V' 1 2 X A ff! 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I I x A dl - 1 - 1. 1 'Wav' Vx lr -1' PLAYDAYS So that the g,1rls of I1 ll S can get better lkqllillltlll xxlth g.,1rls of other schools the 1tl1let11 CltP'lI'Ul1LIlt has sponsored pl 1XLl'1XS lllfflllgllllllt a school xe lr xxe have elght such gftthermgs tour of xx l1lLl1 are at other schools Our guests th1s xear haxe been Montlcello ltbertx Rosnoe and lxerhonkson ll1e x1s1t1ng glrls usuallx arrlxe '1t 10 OO X 'Nl a11 leaxe at 4 O I 'NI The day IS spent pl lXlIl,,, Z, unes 1nd l1'lXl1lg eon1pet1t1xe r111s 1 5, rl o tn 1 1oo xx 11111 IS pllylllfi h mst pr mx1c1s the fooc In mee xxelthcr food IN prtptred 'tncl e1ten out of doors near 1 U1n1pt1re Smce If ls 11nposs1ble tor g1rls to plax each other 1n1nter SCl1Ol'lSt1C sports such as bas ketball and lnscball the plax dax sx stem has been IIl9t1tLltCd 111 order that g,1rls of xar1ous SLlllJ0lS becozne uqualnted HOCKEY harlx 111 the tall the F ll Q ffxrls started the1r hoclxex schedule The 11on res1dent g,nls plaxcd lt 11oo11 and the I'QS1ClLl1tS itter school lhe r1x1lrx betxxeen 1l1sscs xxas keen and IHIIIX 1 hard battle xx lx fouffht l1l1lS xear the un1ors came out NlLtOI'10L1S Xtter tl1e bexnors and lumors had defeated tl1e loxx er Llassmen the txxo teams met o11 tl1e Held to declde the NILIOTQ It xx as a close game but 1fter the nnal turtam came doxxn tl1e NILUUFIOUS umors xx ere found to haxe a 7 l ead VOLLEY BALL Xfter C'1plQL1I'111gl7Otl1 hockey and soccer champ1onsh1ps tl1e UHIOTQ xxere hnallx de feated bx the Senlors 111 xollex ball fhe SCIIIOTS xx on both games xx1tl1 l1ttle trouble and therefore l11d one sport to Il161I' Lredlt lhe ttllllli Cl'lJ.lI1lDlOl1 xx as Irls btedner xx l1o dtte tted lo 111 llart I 1115.5 pong xx mner xx as L1lor1a Spadaro xxho deteated Estelle Rosenberg the non I'CS1ClC11t champ 111 a hotlx con tested 111atch 7,7 I - ' . , .rx M X' X 7' R 5 ' f 1 ' Y' 5 '. .f. 1 1 2' 1' 1 " f' J , ' V ,, 1 . fx . 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V L , . -- v - A I - ' ' v - , e , - 1 1 , .E , ,f 1' .V kg f , 1 V BOY'S INTRAMURALS The boys' intramural sports program started this fall with touch- football forthe non resxdenw Phe I'CS1dEI1tS plaxed mterclaw soccer fhe Semor team was VlCtOI'1Ol1b fhe bzmketball seamn opened xxlth Lhe electlon of class captams INre5hman captams were F Hx att and M Berman Sophomore captams were P Suter andl Xhdelltf N Ten nenbaum and B Nall captamed the umor and Semor xquads reQpect IX elx Durmg the umter mouths the bms also plax ed table tenms fhls xeax C, sghool LIIZIIIIPIOII was Sldl'lCX Dole 11 I'I'CihIl'lZ1!l lor thu first tune 111 the hxstorx of tha sn mol 3 foul Sh0OI1!1ffU1.lI' mult x 1 mm O L Nunn no x unupctn xxltll 0 but XX Llldl md 11s the non ruldult ah uupum md 'Xl lrtm XX ldnlltf as the YLNIKILIII L11 unpum VX 1111 thu 1011111155 of sprmg tha bms turn tlltll' .1tte11t1o11 to mter glass tranlx muts Zlllfl softly 111 X banner ls an arded to the Cla N haxmg the greatest number of pomts at the end of the xgar 1 or Q 1111 Contcst xx on the xmtor recelxei a Certam number of pomts In Urdu to make the COIHIJCIIIIOII falr, the upper clawes are handlgapped Labt xear the glass oi 47 non the ban ner SOCCER 1941 2 A Seasoned group of Clf1dldlI9S msxxered Colch A W Roberts call to soccer Soon after the openmg of snhool ind prme-eded to IJItlJ'lI't' fm annthu Nuuessful seisnn Vilth l lpt un Lung: I 11 lun IH the goll th1 Rubertsmen opened the Season hx dovsnmgr in owerxnltched If xllk I :gh e-lawn 4 0 Thx Blue hulls thin fII.XQ1Pd to Nlatamoris Lnd Llxxmrged Umor from 11 hotly cmnested bittle In su Uur lI'lll mnx llxulx fxum Nluntnellu mxaded the 111111 field and WVPIB turnu dfmn L Noun 'Ie-nnenbium med the only 5111111 lite H1 tle thud quilt lllenxllle hauled to Wallklll and on 11 held muh sloppy bv wexeral :lux n x N a " 7 tle xutm 1 long klmkmg., eluen fxom Lnrnss t 6- mountuu -X ulhel Xl trnw wus ch ilked UI 1 1 unomx exm vwn ru N ann mfr 0 Nlll!f,1 umm t 1 N milk ix the lm ilx rolled up the b1p.,g.,1wt S1 me of the seison IH defeatmg them It was III this glme thit M mnw how r DIIINHG h1I'l1N64lf IS he substltuted fm lengt I urlsun who xx is fone-d to slt one out hu lllNt uf 1 leg., mjuly Next th Iiubutx couhed Squid t'I'llUllIlIb'Il-'d Xluntlgello 'It then' Sulln in Founty Sc lt 1 d hx I I' 1- md lidrtl X111 x the Muntlcs for tht seumd u u m 11 row were the only team to bun the boyz. from hllemllle 'lhuugh 1 h1ud fought guns the 'klontles vsrm 'X 0 The lmils ended the season wlth 1 mm as thev dffented Vkdllkxll 1 O on a grxdmm swept bv a freezmg wmd to glve thmm 1 exwm r und of x vx IN lr s Z1 1 9 1 Lpmm link Nan In-men and the- mem undu of his Ilwule Squad siw actlon ln se-ternl XATNIIW encounters, and IH addltmn they he-ld the Xhmdrxclge X zrmty to a 1 1 tle on the 10111 Held 'Missing funn mx! wexrx squad vslll he surh L-'1p'1h1e 1.-xrnpalgne-rs rm Fiptfun George K urlsrm Ruv Iepke R111 Wemg., Huker XKQIIKYIAYIK1 Xu Boxer Breeze N111 Je-Hy Warbh ws Ind Nannv Kowax VS 1th ible lvickfie-ld X1-t erans he Lded hw Lo 4 IIHHIDN elect Hesh Wembmt md Vhlkln 'Xesy Ne-sbltt returnmg It ulll be up to Luamh Rob erm to find 11 new grnlle and fill the four vfuant spotk m the front line Vkhllh h1s only Norm Tennenbaum returmng lf the team IS to keep up the enxuble renordm of the former E H sogcer te mms 1. 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DUPLICATE PRINTS OR ENLARGEMENTS OF SENIORS PHOTOS IN THIS BOOK H BI OBIXINIID SH -XDOW LAND STUDIO IIH VAN KLEFFII 81 FREAR Ixr 'N P N X S SI S I I R HUDSON Q XRS DI XNIONJID I T RLC KS IRNIIXII I Xl LI BUS L B s f: n s e IFLFPHONE LI LENIVIIIE 420 HOL XS C II 'N XIII XIII AWD I ISI WISIIILS ELLPNXILLE ELECTRIC C0 MA ' 1 'U .IZ AI ' 1 111 I I-XVIII Ii. N. Y. I I'I, 2 I ONIQ zz-XX' L I 1 A 7 . , I I A. Cor. N, Main and S ring Sis, '11, ' !' -N THE CIMA H? '47 I1I,I.I2NVII.I.IE, , '. XVI O .cr Our Sincere I'O,'liIQq M ,I 'I 'DNS IUBRICAIION - NVASIIING - S'I'OR1'xGI2 IIRIIQ, IUI and BAT 'Q IIQS ' ' Q .' ff- .m I M ' 'lf K' 'k ,IN 4: A 'IA " 4: 'I I3or .1 Successful Future u cs and S da Car Ifor Hir . , v DICK CAMERON S AMOCO SERVICE C CDNII I INII NTS OI SIINIC lx S Athletic Supplles and Eqmpment SIDNI H SINIC IR w 1 Wu H Dino 8 L0 Ixv Lumber Bulldmg Materlals Fuel IIIINXIIII xrxx HO IuTCHFR Q GENEIQAI STORI- NOK II 5 SI IROIICTIN I U S DIIINSI Bowns INSLRI AIILN D POTTER IIC 'N 'XII IN N PM Sl Lou ELLEM ILLE BOTTLIM C0 HND Pl RF ROCR IVIINI R XL SPRINT s LURP , y , T N I . A 1 R 4. ' . 4 4 x,xIuxf i .N Y VIHIQ IIQW 7 Il' If. 7 . . T I ' 7 r I v . ' "' X - R - Q - w K ' 7 I . L . 2 ' 3. . 2 L I AI ISIQR I TNINICK XVI I H and I i Y II YIVII Il QSO. DI I'II:.'IS , OI5 LIU. I IMI NIS OI i Ji N W V Y N Q W .1 R ' . . . . ., . 1. U Y Y 1 A ,S . 5,.fI" ,:..'2"RK , , w 1 N W H I ". f . 1. . COVIPLINIUNTS Ol' MCGRATH S PHARMACY wo R grxlerul Phxrmx 1xtS LELATSD P PULLING TUEPRAL DIRLCTOR 79 'XI Vlam Street Phone r6o ELLENIVILIE NEW XORK COMPLINAENTS Ol ELL ROSE RESTAURANT BAR AWD GRN L 116 'Vlnn llenullc N COMPLIMENTS OF ELLENVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY Send your clothes to the lllrnxrllc Steam Thats where you ll get them vwhxtc and lem 2 BCH WlShLS To the Clais ot IQ42 SHADOWLAND THEATRE AND MITCHELL HOUSE JOHN SPLXDARO Prop COMPLIMENTS Ol- FOORDMORE FARMS MII K AND CRFAM felephone Ifllenulle II8 ,,,,,,,,,,E,,,,,L,.,,,,?,,i.,L,,, , .. ,, ,LW , , l , Y , . . . In cf: ' . L R A 'l'el. 63 l2l.l.l2NVll.l.li. N .A 4 4' Av Y , l l Q St. lf " , .Y. ' ' V ' EDDIE S ARMY 81 NAVY STORE COXIPI IVIFNT5 OI SPORTING GOODS FISHING' T-XCKIL ELLENXILLB WOOD NOYELTX C0 VIEN S AND BOYS WLAR X 145 fmxl S N Roxnol r V XI 1 M Gmxf 1 O11 Rouu INF RHONKSONJ 'NI-XX XORK Iclcph me Ixuhonkson SQ 16 R BPSHI XX IQHI 9 future Crovsdcd W1 h Su cess md H1pp1r1cQQ TLN DXXID jr Ir p MONUMENTRI XVORKS ubr1c111on XX 1sh1n5,, Srorxge Balurus fXcLt',lLnc XXgld1ng And RLp.11r1ng Body and I ndn Vworl-T a SPL 11115 AMOCO PRODUCTS CONTPI IMLINTS OI- HOTEL ANDRE 1011111 1x1FvTs COVIPLIVIIIINTS OF ARONOWITZ L Q5 fcntcr St PHONI IHE OL IXN Xl QOVIPI 11v11x1s OI AFFRON DEPT STORE Im Buchsbaum Prop Caorncr Nhrku and Canter Sis Illcnullc N 223 3 T A . 1' 1 1 ,, " A ' ' H T 151D1,15N '11,1,E. N. Y. ,. . .1 IlI.I.IkNVII 1 Ii . . Y. v wr 7 Q v w N A , I 4 4 4 . X' I 4 ' 209 W 'K X 'x J , P11 .1 7 ' "I c . . ' i , v ,, 3 '- , . J 0 . ALBERT P, FILLION MDHQUR 1'ow1xc5 s1sRv1C13 Y 4 ' " ., IC 1 ' A' ,Cl v QF . 1 - ' 121,1. fNx'11,1,1f: ' 4 3 ALW 'XYS THE TOPS IN ENTERTAINMENT THE NORBURY THEATRE BEST OF LUCK TO THE Cl ASS OE 42l SUCCESS TO 42 GRADUATES RIP WENII' NAPANOCH NEW YORK COVIPLPVIENITS ANDERSON CHEVROLET SALES ACCORD N Y DR A S KARPER SURGEON DENTIST Phone 4 129 C nal S COVIEI IMENTS OI LOUIS ROSENSTOCK GENERAL SALES CO DEPARTMENT STORE ACCORD ROLLER RINK Up To D te Cloth ng and Sports S J STERN Canal St EIIENVILLE N KUSHNER S ULSTER PAINT AND SUPPLY CO Inc P ts O ls Varmshes f XVall Pap r nd Suppl es Telephone 254 138 Canal S I COVIPLIMENTS OF TOM 86 AL'S XV ysldc I PROTECTION PLUS SERVICE THE BENSON AGENCY EVERY TYPE OP INSURANCE Bu ld ELLPNVILLE N COMPLIMENTS CHARLES F KAISER HERMAN COHEN r'Vl RELIABLE SEMI SELF SERVICE MARKET a ket and Center Sts T e 1390 COVIPLIMENTS OF JOE S SERVICE STATION AMOCO PRODUCTS NAPANOCH PAUL V ZWEIFEL PHOTOS FOR ALL OCCASIONS De eloplng and P mt ng COVIPLIMENTS OF FATER 81 SANDERSON BARBERS COMPLIMENITS OF ROSENS PHARMACY COIVIPLIMENTS OP H DANIELS KERHONKSON N Y 'VIEATS GROCERIES SPORTING GOODS BURT HUNTER 'Vlanager NAPANOCH N Y 1 I I CC 31 1 I I , . A ' ' nn i ing ' . , . Y. 1 L A 88 3 I- Corn: I r . l. A 4 . : , A Y v ' I' I SKATIING ON WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NAPANOCH' N, Y. - - 21 I wear A 137 . . . - , . Y. . 1 I ain , I , ' , Full Line O e a i . I ' I , . . I t - - I , I , . . COMPLIMENTS OF HALE1 s CORNFR SMOIXF SHOP mum IW Us or 'VIEDICAL STAFF R NS URIXI 3 COMPI IMI N I S OI A81P IAXX RENCE CRAIT Xhnagcr ULSTE11 KNIFE CO INC COVIPLINIFNTS OF HEROY S DINER GOOD HOME COOKING BOWL FOR HEAITH AND RECREATION IAT IUHXXUX 1 1111 1111 1 11111 ll Il 1 FLLEINNILLF BOWLIINF ALLE1 1 1 S N M11n Street Phono lIf8 VTX 1 11 X 1 I1 111 OSCAR S DINER N LXPAINOCH X 1 1118 S J X Illl II COVIPIIMFNJIS OI K 1 RUSS OOBEL L 1 J , 1 Y 7 I ' . 1 , . , T ' . 1 X'Ig'I'1l A. NIIZMQ 1 11OS1I'If-X1 , 11 1 I I 2 YZ . Y -AI 4 I . I 'D 1 1 1 1 Y . A A ' -1 Y 9 1 A 4 1 A , 1 Ax. 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C OVIPI IVII NTS OF C mimi Vxum INN X XXX XRSINC 'N X ICIS THE TERXVILLIGER AGEXICX IN3 LR RNCI D RI XI LOXII I INILNIS OI H R HUWISTON CONIXILNIIX ILNLRXI 51 RVICP 3 CnIStr IIIININIIII N X ROSFIX FHAL S SOIICIIS XOLR I XIRONXCI IIORISI XX If Iloxs ers RQTHIXOII DFI T STORF SIYLES FOR ALI OQCXSIONS FOR THE FAWIILX C rmr Cnnur md Mark t Sis ELI ENINII LF IN X , I 1' v . I ,I 1 ' J N, V , IiI.I,IiNX'II,I.I-I I,L'x11a1c1: vu., Ixcl A - . A . 4 I I 5 Cv rf' vi' If I AI' I' 'Iflcphonc 267 I I I su: 'ro my Cmss or '41 I V V I R. M. H,xsBR01 Ck . A Y, . . If Y ,I INS' .iii AN . E311-x'1 13 W' 'A Q I ' "YA 7, A fA"'j I 7 1: 41 . A O ' 3 A . ' I J: 2 IA .1 .' rua Q. . f. I . . f. .'. 7. -0 , , , Q 1 . 1 ' v' , COMPLIMENTS OF ABE SCHWARTZ, The Tazlor COMPLIMENTS OF H WESTLAKE COONS COMPLIMENTS OF WARSHAW S DEPT STORE Ellenulle N Y Co ner Canal and Market THE MAYELOWER 157 Canal S1 ELI ENIVIIIE 'NI Y DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY GIFTS WATCH REPAIRINIG COMPLIMENTS OF H WEINSTEIN 159 Canal St ELLEINVILLE N Y COMPLIMENTS OF A MASOR S ELLENVILLE PAINT STORE I'elephone 726 79 Center S SAMUEL J LIPKA STATIONERY SPORTING GOODS SCHOOL BOOKS Telephone 81 165 C nal St ELLENJVII LE COMPLIMENTS OF RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY W H PEET Agent SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 1942 VANDERLYN S GARAGE BUICK FRIGIDAIRE COMPLIIVIENTS OF JOEL S FURNITURE MART 82 C ELLENIVILLE N Y COMPLIMENTS OF BESSIE S SWEET SHOP 129 nal St ELLENVILLE 'NI COMPL IMENTS OF JOE S LUNCH 1 9 ana SI Telephone 29 Hlllller I1 iiharmarg ALVVAYS RELIABLE COMPLIMENTS OF DR CHARLES VAN KIRK 177 Canal S1 eet KINBERG BROS a SI Telephon 4 7 AUTO SUPPLIES RADIOS MCMULLEN S GIFT SHOP GRADUATION GIFTS JEWELRY ELLENVILLE N Y COMPLIMENTS OF SAUL S SERVICE SAUL POLONSKY Prop Ier SI ELLENVILLE 'N' GEORGE ZEITZ OPTOMETRIST Sc ent f1c Eye Examlnatons 9 Canal SI ELLENVILLE 'XI Y 9 anal St. '1 , . . 9 Ca . , 1 . 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