Ellenville High School - Shawangan Yearbook (Ellenville, NY)

 - Class of 1943

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'X XZ f 1, l t l, ff ' , jf fffyr ' - fb fi , f 1 - Cf X ' I Jlffll X ,l ' ' f 'ly y , EDITORIAL Xou re a grand old flag Xes a grand old flag' And as the martxal IHUSIC and the Qound of trarnpmg feet recede, another parade f1llb our nnnd 5 exe the parade for xxlnch Old Glorx stands C ur lla f 1x 11ot juQt Qome Qcrap: of red xx l11te and hlue materlal Sexxn toQetl1e1 lll 1IltI'1C'1l6 pattern not just that e1nblen1 to tilxe non. e fligmo e xx 1en 1t runs ll 1x e 1nff 1 e at lNtCl1'11l1LlllX tn e f 1 ee 1e 111 et '1 es N 1 XXIII 11el1 Nllllf I N llxlllg' thronn f nnnx re mrexentx ust1ee 11e1 x 111 l lllp 1 e It 1x rexered and respected all ox er tl1e xxorld Elllel 1 1 bond xxl11el1 hm CUIlllCCtLCl peoplea from exen the tirthext eornerx of the 11n1xerse ment lDl11lCl1!lffN oxer frrtxex ot IGYON xxherex er AIIICFICZINQ are to be found 17111 flier proudlx and lneautxtullx xx axei N t N lrf 111 the Student L Ol1IlCll the f1rst 'Xlondax 111 1 Vlllllbll N w IN x the ll1CllXllll1'1l t1e II Hllll the xelloxx han tl1e box xx1tl1 the tl ur for nlechan e 1ndependenee of xouth l th Qlllfll of 1116 nnlnued xx1tl1 r1t of 4-13 s tle r e X r ine our lmoxe f1glt lg 111 and 18 for l1fe l1bertx and purQu1t of l1app1nexs 'xllllllbll haxe and lH1ll1UI1S are 11oxx o11ce agam dung to preserxe tux great e1nhlen1 It 15 tl1e ta lx of lelb tl1e men and XXOUICH ot to morroxx to keep 1t 111 all 1t5 glomous Qplendor ks the erx of freedom of those lone lost 1n lnatorx echo out ot the pant so shall our VOICES echo 111 the future though tl1e pr1ce be blood sxx eat and tears .5 Y s 11 ,- N b-1 .1 n A tl1 nfl lx 'l ' 1' ot jx it som tli 5 to stand before znl re- P6. A . '11 I' 1 all 15,12 ll 'A to tl A Lf 't ll St. t It if . l1ol wl " iz ls for a nation e'o11111rised 11' million: of , ll'ne hu . lt Al Ai' 3 Q l'l 1 e 2 p'nAss. 'Q' f 'A 1 f . ' ' 's 1 ' ' " 1- A 1 e Uver airports. o11 ships. in battles, on streets. at schools, in govern- bgf ,,z'i l 1' 1 ' ,. lt'.' he fenior ' 1 , A ,' A T ', A ' 5 . "' Nr'- A lt 1: ten percent for xxar lxondig it 'C -'ou - A ' . . It's l A g"'ls " - ' " 'z' ics. th ' A A 1 1' 1' . t is e , ' ' FF, ' 1 " the Spi ' ' 1? .. lt': 1 VV11 ll Ya ll 1 l ' 1 11 ' as ' '76 , , , . . 1 , . . F e, , U 1 , e 1 l ': ' 1. . ' 1 S ' ' Y ' ' ' - A 6 . V' I ' 1 . , 5 YNAI L Ml STRFX Bl L HTIJDIIISSS and knowledge lre gllned by vleztlwe endeavor 'Nlr Strevell supervlslng prlntlpal of Ellenwllle Hlgh School states and adds that he llkes clear thlnklng and slmple QXDFGSSIOH Mr Strevell enJoys llterature and lb lnterested ln psychology In llne wlth hls llterary lnterests he wls buslness manager of hls hlgh school year book and of hls college humol magazine Whlle worklng hls way through the lNew York State College for Teachers he wrote several artlcles for magazlnes Mr Strexell says that he has noticed a deflnlte lmprowement m scholar shlp ln the Lllenxllle Hlgh School ln the past ten ye'1rs Among the materlal improvements durlng thls perlod the most outstanding was the constructlon of the annex to the school bulldlng He can lelnember when assemblles were held ln the Shadowlmd Theater and study halls ln the corrldors of the old bulldlng ORVILLE P BATES Lleutenant Orvllle P Bates formerly Vlce PIIHCIDHI Bates of Ellenvllle Hlgh School entered the navy ln Nlovember 1942 Lt Bates had been a member of the E H S faculty for ten years and plans to resume hls teachmg career after the war Whlle attendlng Colgate Lnlwerslty and Yew York State College for Teachers ne partlclpated ln base ball and basketball Before tomlng to Ellenvllle Lt Bates taught at Roxbury New York He IS fond of good food and admlres perserverance good sportsmanshlp and flghtlng Splflt Lt Bates dlscusslng educatlon shud I thlnk It IS WISE to stay ln hlgh school and get a better educatlon to be u e ful durlng and after the war DOROTHX AXERS fmubltl enJoys collectlng poetry Her most thrllllng moment occurled when she sang Wllh '1 group at Larnegle Hall Her phllosophy of llfe she slys 18 explessed ln the verse Three lowely thlngs llfe glves to me whatuel else fnte sends Nly heart IS fllled wlth gritltude for DIUSIL books and frlends JOHIN BR-XLN fstlencel whose hobby lb flshlng dlsllkes demflgogues dlttators and poor sportsmanshlp Although hls early ambltlon was to play magor league baseball he plans to conflnue teachmg slnce he llkes young people MARX BRUDBILC lx fspeethj may usually be found ldolned wltll scrltthes and brulses as a result of her llust hfbby skllng Asked her motto she explalned If there IS any I follow lt lb Shakespeares To lhlne on n self be true N , Y 1. -- 4 1 Q s '4 44 H - .. 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H SAL L ASTIC I IONI1. flllllilff was a member nfl an Army band ln World War I and IS a master of all m struments He tonducted for some mme the Albanv Symphonic Orchestra and, prevxously a. swmg band Hxs chlet' phxlosophy IS that Honesty IS the best policy PAI L DROsT tsoclal studlesj has led an mterestlng and mstructlve llfe Born m Germany he came to the States at thc nge of three tnd has traxeled nn Japan Lhmt and India While studymg outstandxng reformers of the Fist hc V1Slt8d both Ghandl and Tagore FRANCES DL BOIS fmathematlcsj states her phllofsophy as Hard work IS good for one Her greatest dllemma was xx hen she lost her way ln Canada and was compelled to stay m a Small French Canadlan hotel amid much gestlculatmg wlth the proprletor who spoke only French HARO' IJ Plflil L 'SON mm NUDtIVlSlllg punclpal of Chester Hlgh School xx is 1 member of the Ellenulle Hlgh Stlllitkl fuulty for tux we-'trs lll the cap ultv of teaclmer of smnl studles H lc ft I' H S ln Now lk hlle attending Ncva Bork lollege fox Te tchers he lvl? to utcpt his new dutlt-1 IS pfllltl 'xlwe NI1l1t'1r3 School and Wood helped to slut the college tennl rldge Hlgh School Mr Iferguson s firmly motto and gulfllllg plulosophx 1 Ifxom bttter llllI'lgS cin derlved good thmgs Beslcles apprecutmg Vhnston t hurchxll s foresight he enJoys muslcal comedles as well as flshlng huntlng contratt brldge and current exents ESTHFR FOX flanguftgej ls a nttlve of Penn Yan New Xork in the Fmger Lake reglon She was flrst lmprcsse d wmth the Prcnch language durlng World Xvar l when she encountered '1 group of French ll to help the sale of wax bonds soldlers who were pttsslng through her xx age VICTORIA C Xf L tsclencel was once rescued by a prtson cham gang Whl16 teachmg at Xalle CTUCIS m North laxolma 1 heaxy snowfall confmed the entlre school for four days with help fmally comlng IH NI ss Gage a graduate of Cornell LIIIXQFSIIY has traveled the form of the snovs plow and chain gang 1 vudely tn tl1e Imted States RAX NIONIJ MPTNIAN tshopl came to Lllenxllle from Syrtcuse He strongly beheves that tt IS perform ance which count'-. tnd he teaches hls students that lt 15 vshat you do not what you mean to do that brmgs results 1 1 . . 1 -, ,. . , - . . , t, . , . , . , . 4 - , , . 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I I l , . . .,.. ., . v ' l 1 v r . 1 ' 1 1 1 ' '1 U v Y' U 'V .,, . . , . . . , MARY GRFENI fhlstoryb has trfueled widely ln Furope ind '1ll parts of the I nlted States at one time llv Ing 'lmflflg the AYUCFIC 111 Inf1l'lIN The lllghllifhte- of her llfe haxe been ultnnselng the Qlgnlng of the pact 'mt Parle tttendmg sevluns of I3'1I'll8.lTl6Ilt and prtsentmg W oodrow VVllson wlth a bouquet ot' wlld daisies BETTY GENIE HICKEY 4EngllshJ says My llfe ao far has been one f'1icinatmg experlenre after another Although I enJoy tlasvltal music bmgraphles and qu'11nt reetaurants my regular occupations hawe af forded moat of my exutement Niles Hxckey has been at vtrxous times a newspaper Tel-T0!'t9T S9Cfet8I'y wutxesa and teacher of Englxsh MILDRED HOWPI I Qhome economlmj saye Yes I have never been to Yew York Clty I have traveled ln the South and West hut nfxer h lu I vt foot ln the lugest clty ln the world 'ihf huelv cstaped flooded Wllll ught feet of xx lttl VIX IAN JOHNSTON fSCl8I1l9, was horn ln -Xl1b1m1 and edutated at the I mvereltw bf Kentucky Al though teachmg Wlll occupy her tlme for the dul 3.t10ll she li anmous for peace ln the near future so that she may ftgam estubllsh a real home SADIE KAT7 f0ffl1ff SGCICKAFYJ had the moat thrxlllng moment of her llfe recently while watching a Flag Day I trade lt seemed to her that the whole mommunxty wus bound together and dominated by a single motxf a dEItlIl'1lIlltlOIl tlut the flag would always head our Illtllln ELIZABETH LAWRENCE illbrarlanb belleves ln the motto that The busxeet people are the happlest and one cannot always flnd happmess by lookmg for It Havlng traveled muvh IH Canada she has been greatly lmpressed by the Bay of Fundy whxeh produces the hlghest tldes ln the World MARY MANION! Chnguageb has the ftmbltlon of trying, to mxkt Lltm a mme understand tble suhjett mud mole apprecltted SC'lflShIlt3Qb Us what she most abhore b9fil.ll'wt ehe Q Ill t LIIIIIQINILLHCI a per-won s bemg greedy . . . ' " ' ' . . . I s T ' J, ' - . 1 X .iz .4 H . . S V . Y Y V. RH. K, . . . . ", 1 , ' Q 3 . ' ' ' ' " - " I 4 , H , . , S 1 . ' A 1 . ' 1 t 'x S' V ' ' K ' K v' w ' v - ' , E' . ' . 1 , z ' Q, , , 'a' ' I . . ' 1 , , , nn , , I . v ' 1 v . . l . ., ., , I , ' S 1 'n' 1' 2 " .W ' 1' " ' , ." . X Z'1, 235. , disaster when, the day after sho left her former position for Ellenville, the Home Economies room was 2 " 1' f 2 ': Y v v , - , . , , , V - . , . I . . . I . .1 I , , , . - I . 1 , . , ., , , C, - -. .. ,, . . . , . A .3 ' Uh 1 A . . . ' 'z . . Q- . X ' 2 - ' :A , 4 ' ' ' , -' ' 1 ' z X . ' . ' ,. 1 ' . , . . . . ,, 1. V . . X H . . . . . ,, . . . , . , . I ' s . ' r z - z ' '- A ' : , s ' '. z IXII NIURIUN Khlstlhly 1 1 rv nn o Xl 1 IN 5,11 e me throu I hut work Mlss Horton hls traxeltd through huxopt md the 1Nk'1l I tst lncl his mtt tha Duke of Vtlllllk-OX' forma Ising. lwlu trd VIII ADI'I MDF OTT tphwsu 11 edut 1110113 truly apprecmtts elasslcal musit: and drama Vhss Ott who has t1 utlezl uldtlx IH the I mted btites and Cfmadx looks forxxfud to 1 p rmanent peace after the war I-Rl D RORI RTS fphwslt xl mduc LUUIIJ rtc1lls as hls m st IIIUILNUIIP., txptrunu flsl 5., txlp says th tt ht xx 1ll ncxtr forget the spettu le of the northern lights thtt he sxw enroute Im glllllg., buk after the xvxr he says DOROTHY SANDERSOW tEng11shJbel1exes that her most thullmg moment wasnt llke Van Dykes she doesnt like f1'whlUg but wx as the honor of shfxltmg hands wxth PFQSld6Hf Coohdge when she was .ft sen lor m hlgzh school After spendmg elght weeks ln Europe ln 1935 she belleves that no Country IS as beautxful m 1ts entlrety as the Umted States ETHEL SEYMOUR tcommercmlj says that her motto ls I ow 'um not fallure is crxme Havmg trmveled through South Ame11c1 The West Indles Fanftda and the Lnxted States she beheves her most thrlllmg trlp was clxmbmg Mount Chltora ln New England LFONIORE SILVERMAIN Ccommerclalb was most highly lmpressed by the xsland of San Plerre It 19 a rotky desolate bxt of land and most of the people there seem to be poverty stucken she says, how exer thls trip was the hlghllght of my txperu nce ELLLW RIST tsthool nurseJ says that 'tht ptst year has been quxte unexentful vuth the usual number of cuts, brulses and headathes fmdlng thexr vmy to my 0fl'1fe" However, she has found much to otcupy herself with hobbies, regular dutles and sexe! 11 trips te New Xork City SAI I I " A' 'jj hell-vo:-1 lh: t. 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Thmtrc 3 'lrm flc Club 2 Dmcnng Club Homtroom llrcsldtnt 4 llomcroom Play 3 cr S me l Bac eng Robert Bob Hlllnard nu Club I 'Scunct Club 4 Ruins Club 4 Stbool Struce Club 3 lbt Tlmrtunth Chulr a Edwm Eddie Hoar Archery Club T atflc Club 1 2 3 thlttnc Bond Golf Team 2 3 Robert Bob' Hornbeck 1 ln Club lnffrc Club Captam 4 llomcroom lllxy 3 Vlra Jlmmle Hornbe Museum Club Fmcy Work Club 2 Kmttmg Club 3 Defense Stamp Club 4 st4 Mary Alyce Irnsh Irlsh Inbrary Club Glee Club 1 Journalrsm Club l Club 2 3 The Boy Comes Home cast Lxer Smce Lxe Backstage Saxed Backstage 3 The Thxrteenth Cha1r Backstage I.1ttle The1tre 3 4 Columb1a Press Conference Scholarsh1p Howard Hurrncane Kass Traff1c Club1 4 Dancmg Club 2 Chef s Club Tennrs Team 3 et1c Board 1 2 School Seruce Club N ICC Pres 4 Nauonal 'lhespxan 4 1te Theatre 1 2 N1ne Lnes of Em1ly cast 3 Two Crooks if a Lady cast 3 The Thrrteenth Cha1r cast 4 Forest Pure Seruce 4 Homeroom Presrdent 3 Yearbook Staff 4 ramurals 1 2 Martm Marty Katcher Track Team 1 Ttnnrs Team Suence Club 3 Hrstory Club Leaders Club 4 Thesp1an Student Councxl 3 The Flh1rteenth Chan cast School Serxlce Club 3 4 Yearbook Staff ASSOCIBIC Ed I.1ttle Theatre 4 Intramural Baseball Intramural B sketball 2 3 4 amural I otball 2 3 Intramural Basketball Capt 3 4 Phoebe Phebe Kramer Junror Llttle Theatre 1 Kmttxng Club 1 u1ll Feature Ed1tor 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 1 Club 2 3 1l P Hlhe Th1rteenth Cha1r cast Prom Commrttte 3 Homeroom Prestdent 1 Pour IIFSI PYIYBS Duso Contest 4 Three Second Pr17es Duso Contest 4 Harrison Bucky Krom MlXCd Crlee Club 2 3 4 'Irack Team 3 udent Ij0llCL 3 ns! tl lou B1ll1d Ior Amcrncans B1 of Rrghrs Vlvlen Vlv Levme I Clt 1 tt e rt Intramurals 4 The Thrrteenth Chaxr cast 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Varsrty Club 4 Frank Frankle Low Hobby Club 1 Photography Club 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Vlrxed Glee Club 4 Boy s Cllee Club 4 Chrtstmas Operetta Intramural Basketball 4 Calvm Cal Malmka Tumblxng Club 1 Chess Club 1 Radmo Club 2 Sc1ence Club 3 4 Daisy Dans Mansfleld Lrbrary Club Varsity Club H1story Club Shnrley Sam Marchant sed Glec Club 1 2 3 'Ihe Th1rteenth Charr Backstage Yearbook Staff Class Hxstonan School Seruct Club 4 Tlllle Toby Mushlnsky Trafflc Club 1 Hxstory Club 3 Secretanal Club 4 Dorothy Dubby Miller Iqlllfllflg Club I Journahsm Club I Club 2 3 l 8 Scroll 3 4 res Sr Play Busmess Mgr 4 Student Councll 3 Athletnc Board 3 Vars1ty Club 2 3 Vxrsxty Club Treasurer 3 Yearbook Adxerusnng Mgr 4 1l L Rambow Revue Staf 3 June Queenle Muller Robert 'lrlsh McCIay l Club 1 Museum Club Boys Gym Club 2 Mnxcd Glee Club Vlce Pres Iresxdent of Semor Class Q 6' V1ce Pres of Iumor Class Student COUHCII 1 Art Club I te Theatre 3 ur Slncc Ixe cast The Boy Comes Home cast 3 The l'h1rteenth Cha1r cast 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Scrapbook Keeper L1tt1e Theatre Baseball C ptam 3 4 Varsmty Baseball 3 4 VTYSIIY Soccer 4 Tack 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 The Th1rteenth Cha1r cast 4 Four letter Man Thesp1an 4 Shlrley Shush' Mlnkoff School Scrv1ce Club 4 I E ul Naoml Sp ke Nall Co ed1tor of Qulll 4 alba-XFY ra IIC u lClub 2 3 ..Iournal1sm 1 2 Ra1nbow Rewue Mlmeograph Staff 3 .Iunxor Lxttle Theatre I Yearbook Staff 4 Prom Comm1ttee Cha1rman 3 Kmttxng Club 2 The Tlnrteenth Cha1r cast 4 Ed Cup Syracuse Conyent1on 4 4 Ist Pnzes Duso Contest 3 4 I 2d pr Ze Duso Contest 3 James Jlmmue Newcombe Honorable Menuon Natl u1ll F Club and Scroll contest 3 4 Secret1r1al Club 4 Glrls VTYSIIQ Club Ixttle Theatre 4 School Scrute Club 4 Pres1dent of Home room Frances Franny Moshler M1xed Cvlee Club 1 2 l Club 2 3 School Seruce Club 4 ISIIY Club ramuralsl 2 3 Basketball I am 3 4 Four year Medal 4 Yearbook Assouate Ed 4 Eugene Al c Roblnson lb um C lub ntt ' t S Club 3 lr slc Museum Club 1 Presldent flmufll Qnlflmll fmfflc Club 3 Intrlmurll I51sk Lball VJKSIIN Pnstlmll Boys Leaders Club 3 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 Studlm Colm Il I Intramurals Softball 1 2 Intramural Football I 2 3 'Irack 3 . 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SENIOR WILL We the 'Semor Flass of the High Sehool of Ellenvllle ln the county of I lster and state of Ixew 'fork bemg sound of mlnd 'Ind memorw, do nmke publtsh and detlaxe thls our last Will ind Tfsttment lll tht manner followmg Flame DlllQllllLlIllPF le nes hex xeputfttmn 'ts 1 blwtkout hostess to Fdellm flrlswold GGUFHP Ilt I7 luues hls basketball lbllltv to Buddw XXIKIPIIIZ 1 Hurt nllls hu h1g,hlx cleuloptd x llllljlllf., tethnlque to ill up intl tanning, youn freshmen who htxent pufet ted thelr own atoltl XDlI7tI us 1 f o 1 hon tt to new stntlens r uronlutns Thelm'1 VS lruch leaves htr endless supply of Jokes to all future ottupftnts of the conferente loom H rold Vkembrot m tn unexpetted buxst of Lt-'IIQIUNIIN l tus all hs possesslons but Adele to whomever vull take them John qflllth leaves to Joln Pat and become 'mother uolf ln the Sxruust vsllds Phoebe Ixramer reluc tftntly leues her thtrlshed egg shampoo rttlpe to 'nd Arnold Bermins golden tresses tas she t in no longer pw the lIl4I'Q'l9lIlg prlte of eggsb s ws ts lno t uf the Nlurx IN llunkrint Dorothw H nmga 31 st to he dlffere nt tlotsnt le ut If lrl Thornton Frnmond Cle try btqneathts wlth ltlutttnte thf st nbu tolor fomb1n'1t1o1s whlth hue turned h1s uhm mlm green to brother Jlmmx Nltt xy leaxes hls hftndressers nl lfQN to Xngrxnm Ixrom spaces of Iirooklwn Fx elxn DePevs needs her bralns but lg more than wlllxng to leave Braun and chemxstry Hurruane kxss donates hls caxe man tutus to .Ierrs Hlllw who needs them Anna and kathrxn iereda together xslth Josephme and Vary Plszek leave then' famous sustez nts to the Rosenstock glrls ohett ll Ike! le nts ful Ifltfllsxxoocl to follow ln tht footsteps of hls ldol Frrol Flynn Jrothw xllllff' le ues her fluent P14 h 1 I kt lf he can persuqdetl to ttkt xt Shlrlejy NI'1rch tnt lt ues htr calm demeanor to Qxlxla floxenstem Shlrlew Nlmkoff leaxes Alouette and her ferotlous appetlte to Blanthe Lucks Dorls Pomker Innes her speeeh nmkmg 'lblllly to Jtan Hopklns while Ronald Mur phy Just leaxes HQFFISOD Krom and Donald Clark regretfullx leave the peaceful corridors of E H S or unknown destlnatlons Sarah Apter and Toby Nlushlnsky lease their amtabllltw 'md cheerful dlsposltxons to he next 'senior Class Iohn Shiv leftves hts ushers unlform to lrxun Nltthqels who lxles the dank Robfrt Hlllmrd lt Ives hls msthematmcal ibxllty m tharge of Mlss I5uRo1s m hopes that sonn tug stutlx nt vnll soon have use for ll Xunn I exme leaves hex vuletv of new svu tters to Itanne 'sttmhoxn s nut SlhUOIlITl'llxE'!' hts lt ft I4 H S to vamp the glrls 'xt Walden H1g.,h School let-nt NN esthe lmus het sunny 9111116 to the shw freshmen Robe1t Shake Wllllllgly lenes hls LINIIIISIIQ knowledge to Challle Ln mt who defm ltely can use Rlehle Xan Keuren le tus four tnches of his helght to .Ierxy Srhxxattz Eugene Robinson lvues Ins suspendexs to uhomexer vvtnts them t llklll Nlahnkt le ues one of hls mystery storles to Xlxs 'slnderson for her leisure tlme reatllng ln xutness vxheteof ww hfue hereunto lTlQAY'lbQd out ntmes 'PHI QI NIOR FLASH V I ' , .. 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'I .s ' ,. . . . . , . ,, , . . . ,, ,. . , .- . . ., K V, ' A t ' I 1 I G .' if , .I PROPHECY There has been a terrlble catastrophe at the newspaper offlces In an attempt to publish tomorrows news today the edltor'-1 accldentallv prlnt the ISSUO of June 10 1953 Front page headllnes announce the spxrlellng debut of the wonderful d lme team of Nlon'-lleur Larl Dlekmall and Niademolselle Estelle RlbSlIlblFg she formelly I'0Sll16d at Greenfleld Park 'I'h'1t photogrlpllle Zllll Nlllllll J lx lteher lnd llls pllotogenle model lrlltll Relehel have deelded to merf.,e lnto '1 llfttllm plltnershlp Judlth Welss the emlnent We w York M D 'md her 'tsslstant Frances lI09hl6l' reeently performtd a mlraelllous hr lln 01llI"l.tl0!'l on V! llter Sheeley Julllls Has nel and Robert Illivbllllf., lllVt opened xn Army and Navy store WhlCh has 'ls lts motto VM ve got the new zoot slllts wlth the ellukertd rcrlt pleats and the turned down cuffs 'lnd the turned out seat Due Rubln and Illll I llll were seen exlltedly blddlng OVLI 11 1929 de luxe model Ford It seemed llke old tlmes when the two of them went clmtterlng down the road IH I hlls rellc Louls Gerrety celebrated hls sl,cth lnnlvelslry 'ts l Freneh professor Congratulatlons' Vlrglnla Grant the famous dress deslbnel- operates her own very QXCIUSIVG salon Ginny IJ'llULZOk hld her trousseiu nllde thelt FdWWlH Hoar has made hls flrst 1111111011 ln wonderfully equlpped gym whele padded 'ls ehlef mwsseuse f er tldlne B1IFlHg8l and has a Sereda Annw DePlll1 has Just been awarded the wh1n she m'1r1led her Buddy tn ultomoblle lnwentlon whlle Irls .Stedner women e'ln sllm down wlth Expert Anna, 'NI lrjorle Vveber '1re ln tompetltlon wlth ITIS tltle of the Female Walter Wlnchell Good Reglna Gross has Just publlslled 1 new book entltled Why? Jerry Blumenauer 'lnd 'Nlloml Nall have been seen lelsurely strolllng through Central Luck, Anna w Park heellng thelr peranlbulltors Dalsy Mansfleld 'lnd Donald Iewls h'lxe flnllly set up housekeeplng Beatllee Schoonmaker has 'ICKGDICG one of the soldler boys she hld been correspondlng h dullllg lltl dl s llootlf Tlylol fmlous. model w IS ll0l1lll'l tted l Que en of the Photoglaphers Ball Rle1h'lrd Wan Keuren has aeeepted 21 DOSltl0ll as e leh lt N Y U whlle Nlorman Tennenbaum has taken hls talents to bt Johns IllNtlSlfy Ilellly Stllfllllllfl llllllllltx Wleentoslew lt llfll Illllllbhlk and Rlehald ElbNtIl h ne had marked sueeess on the r'1dlo as the l5ll"b0I'SllUD quartet Rlehard Rothman lb now known as Mr I tleluette on 11. weekly nltlonal radlo broad CHSK 1Ne1lson S6315 wlll go to bun Xfllley ts l skl lnstlue tor ln the near future Hlrold Sheley has fm llly sueleeded ln eountlnt, hls freckles Sorry were not per mitted to I-,IVE the amount Lugene Roblnson md Frank Low are eo starred ln the new fllm Gllnlour Boys on Parade CHIVIH Mallnka has purchased a new home ln the beautlful resldentlal sectlon of Teaneck New Jersey Mllton Greenberger has Just celebrated hlS fxfth year as a flght promoter Hazel Coddlngton Mae Budd and Dorls Churchwell had a reunlon at the Waldorf Astorla on June 8 June 'tilller lS now teachlng Engllsh IV at D H S and IS also the Qulll adxlser Dottle Wllhelm and Matt have rented the prox erblal cozy cottage Illllan Rosenberg has Just retelved her promotlon to a Lleutenant General of the U S VVAACS Butch DeWltt has Just purchased the Shadowland Theatre because he was so attached to ll that the thought of le lvlng was unbelrlble R6SlgHQd to belng an old mald Mona Berman was surprlsed recently when an old beau proposed to her P S She accepted Well the deadllne IS drawlng nearer and there IS Just one more Item to report Patsy Hlgglns has been runnlng her kmdergarten successfully for two years and is gaining recognltlon as a chlld psychologlst And so the paper goes to press U K 1 . 1. 1 e , , . 1 , 1. , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 . . 1 1 , . , . . 1 1 . .' fs 1 1 . 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Wnth freshman year but yesterday Always joyous carefree gay Sophomores next how tlme dxd fly We gathered memornes never to dle Do you remember Engllsh two And the valentlne I gave to you? .Iumors next who can dxsmxss Memorxes of the prom and that goodmght kxss? Oh yes and the doghouse where we spent happy hours And the old gym class wtth xts ten second showers We re senlors now school days are done Heres to those years of frolxc and fun Murry Bernkrant 44 WAR CRY The guns boom out wtth thunderous roar That shakes the very earth The vo1ces of the tanks and Jeeps Have not a straln of mlrth Beneath the shouts of ftghtmg men Seeps a mournful lnttle slgh That echoes from the gtrls at home Who ve really cause to cry We wanna man they do proclum Thxs war IS hard o us' And not to make 1 uss They ve taken all our men war lo 1 ht for freedoms slkt But left behnnd thexr qrusy Jobs To make us sweat and ache' We want some mules and strong ones too Who ll make my once more But all tue see are the poor 4l' s That the army shows the door Coffee and tea haxc been rattoned we know By Presldent Roosew elt s pen But what an the world are we goxng to do Now that they xe ratxoned men, Phoebe Kramer 43 . . , " ' ' n . VVe're told to work. to live, and play t f . 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' us gr I' ', SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Robert McCl1x Vnce Presldent Vrrglma Daxoczok Treasurer Harold Wembrot Secretary Harriet Taylor SENIOR HISTORY Many many moons ago the now xllustrlous Semors entered the halls of old E H S determmed to thmk up as much mxschxef and play as many pranks as any former class had ever done Novs four years later we look back at our w1ld oats and good deeds 1939 1940 Mnss Agnes Torrens and the class of 43 started out together 1n E H S Cmuch to MISS Toren dlSm3YPJ Late m September durmg the Student Councxl Electron to one of our number Norm That another of the Cleary brothers was loose ni school was a fact testlfled to by many students after warxous expenecnces wnth crawlmg creatures The Elbsen twms new to E H S had Mxss DuBo1s gomg for awh1le In study hall she had just asslgned Robert to a room on the thlrd floor when she saw a dupltcate Exbsen standmg by her desk Conv1nced that erther her lmaglnatxon or Robert was playxng tncks on her our mathematxcal wlzard called for an explanatlon Exerythmg turned out just f1ne when Ih1S Elbsen proved to be Rxchard E H S d1scovered that for a few months everv summer a red headed freshman became a raxser and tramer of race horses on hls uncle s Vermont farm Y . 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Tennenbaum, was voted the office of vice-president. . . . , ' SENIOR HISTORY CCon tdj 1940 1941 Thus year by popular vote Norm Tennenbaum was chosen prestdent of the student got ernmg body In our mndst was Eagle Scout Vernon Ellerthorpe who had the lofty ambxtron of becommg a West Pomter and followxng rn hrs fathers footsteps Upon bemg questnoned by Mlss Fox as to the early mhabxtants of the Ile de la Clte Dorothy Henmge rephed wrthout hestmon The Indxans The answer fell upon the ears of a stunned and exceedmgly surprnsed French class Poor Dot went on to explam she had meant they were Slmllaf to the Indtans ln that they had been the flrst settlers In the school popularxty contest rn Mty Duck Van lxeuren took top honors as the best dancer Alas' He was the only sophomore named IQ4I 1942 Bob Baker and Llune Dlttenhexmer were chosen presldent and vlce president respec tively of the Student Counctl Amblmg down the corrrdors with a bexutrful black eye tdurmg an ep1dem1c of the forementlonedl Joan Hart aroused the curtoustty of her classmates By comme to school one day mmus most of hrs hatr Walter Sheeley amazed students and faculty CHe mststed rt was because he had lost a bet on the Lours Sxmon fxghtj We Jumors began to come lnto our own as we had a heated class electron lxcked the organned and attended a very successful prom Voted best dancer 1n the popularity contest was Stmon Sutta best mdustrxal artist Buck Thornton most athletnc Norm Tennenbaum most popular Jumors Hoot Taylor and Bob McClay 1942 1943 After the fnrst assembly program there was a mad rush on the part of the stronger sex to sign up for the Glee Club Unannmously re elected presxdent of the Student Councll was Bob Baker Then came class electron and organrzatxon We all mxght just as well have srgned up for salesmanshlp class constderxng the way we rushed around trying to mterest our famxhes fnends and xarrous townspeople xn our worthy causes The one and only Mr Covell left for the servxce and the poor Senlors hxstory classes were m a muddle for several weeks Our great drama The Thxrteenth Chalr was presented Mxss Torrens had promrsed to attend but she had a slxghtly more pressmg engagement wxth rxce and old shoes on the day xt was scheduled Crum chewmg French III etudnantes Shtrley Mrnkoff and Elalne Drttenhermer wrote and read aloud rn class composttlons on the subject XVhen McClay has a cold the whole world sneezes E H S learned that the face of a thousand freckles Qlflarold Sheley sj had appeared rn the natlonally known magazmes a few years ago We of the Senlor class hereby sxgn off hopmg that we havent proved to be a ternble dxsappomtment to our faculty and fellow students , 7 C, . stuffing out of the Senior dachshund in the annual inter-class struggle bought our school rings, . . - .. ,. - - . , . THE THIRTEENTH CHAIR Shades of Dlnl Boone' It c mt poss1bly be so But, yes' The class of 1943 has dared to pre 1t 'is the Sllllfll Pl v The Vlth than on I11cl"1y the 13th of Nlowember But no old f'1,sh1oned su lNlll,lUll 1 eued lk tle success o Ill IJIQNQIII ltlfllll llllS tluee act 111u1cle1 mystery IS X ll111 The fust act opens 1t the home of Mr md M1s Rosnoe lruslyv fxllltlll J k1tc'her md 'ihlrley 'Khnlcoff to youll who are 61111-'lt'1lIllIlg it 1 chnner puts The-1r son Nxllllllll fSlll'1I'l schoonmikerb h1s fallen 111 lovc wlth h1s mothers seeretaly Helen cAdcle GltIl6Hl1HJ ONe11l and 'ls the curtam opcns he IS proxmg, lt to the '1Uil16Ilf8l Thc couple 'tre dlklullltll 111 thelr love mxkmg by thc guests cntumg the I1v1ng room CThey ll14lLld9 N11 md Mrs Tlent James Ileary and Jlllllc xllllfl X 'iles Robelt Bxkcr Mr Stind 1sh ind s1stc1 c11ce Nluny l39I'lllfxl'1l1T. 'md 'wlonz Bex m1n N11 NI 1son How'1rd Kass Mzss Eastwood Phoebe Ix11n1er 1nd M1ss Frskme XIVIG Il Lexnnej After some dlN1llS'slOTl the conxe1sat1on turns to the LUYI'llIlg of Madame Rosalle LaGr'1nge fxllglllli IJ11ocz11lcJ L lllttdllllll Vltll '1 cluimt Ir1sh d11lect who NK is hued by Mr VS ales 1n an attempt 1 sex 11cc1 1 11e 41 1 built 4Rrbe t Nlcllay lllllilllllli-'N tl urnal of os 'Ihe as sht comes mto the room Xlxclune Iailrange explams the mgsteues su11ouncl111g '1 mechum and after bemf, searched f01 tucks 1nd YKl'L"tll'l'1V6 you she goes lnto '1 wexy Lllllllllg ll mee and speaks wlth the splrlt world 1n the p1tch bhelcness of the room Durmg the seance Edxvucl Wales IS stabbed fthats vshere Bob Baker got the nlckname, C claxer 5 The hghts go on the pohee are called 'md the curtam IQ closed on Act I Act II mtroduces the tough pollee mspeetm T1m Donahue fRobert Hllhardj and Dunn another polue offwer CHarold Welnbrotj The lnspector questxons the people thoroughly for the knlfe used by the murderer has dlsappeared 'ind among other 1nc1dentals It lb found that Helen ONe11l Wzlls fxancee lS really the daughter of Nlfidame Ros1l1e Lltrmge and th1t N1ad1n1e Labrange 1s fake" As the tu1t'11n1s rung down on the second att new dlseoverlcs leave the audlence ln a. state of suspense The begmnmg of the Ihlfd act IS especlally effectne fox all the hghts are out except for a. d1m glow 011 the stage md the medlum IS seen kneelmg she sus 1 s1n1ple vet beaut1ful prayer As the lnspectol co1nes ln the mood changes and the play suddenly IS fast mov1ng Durmg the course of the act Madame LaGr'mge goes lnto another trance and flflllS the krufe stuck 1n the eellmg She 1d6Iltlfl6S the kmfe the klll6l as bemg Wir Nlfuson and the plxv ends xuth exeryone happy' IDIIEECIOI NI1ss Mary Brodbeck Promptex Edlth Relchel 'khlce up Estelle Rosenberg Vary Allce Ir1sh I 1ght1ng Jullus Haener lostumes Sh1rley Marchant Pxopertles HQYTISC Taylor suge Xlanlgexs Iofm Hart Davxd Rub1n Busmess NI1n'1ger Dorothy Mlller Publlclty Vlrglnla Grant Programs Naom1 N111 Kathryn Sereda Qi f"""1., 41' ""w..'5' I fff I' X f f 1, THE HAH BEHIND THE GUH 3 77g ,f H f , JB : EP Q E L E H E , , ' ' ' , V, k , , V ff:Q' r U ' V 5 A ' Y Y! v HX- ," , , j , E ig ' -Qf YV E E E E V V E AAAI AA 1777 Et t , , ,X 1 V E' A? 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X E f E 4:55 7 If "E . i fx, , f , , , ,,f'f de 1tz W aff l'l -M res dent P S dney Dol ce-Pres dent ecretary - Irene Bennett reasurer - Robert Dawson T IS ORH J I but we soon Edlth Strrn and Hart asBl ct ebr t es famous such upon ooked vt th awe and any students green as BS XVC WCIE freshmen As schoo hgh IO accr sto ned became although no Irene the second semester we took dancmg lessons and In the Un ted States dec ared war upon the Axs year sophomore ng our ll OU FSC VQS enjoyed certr n y XVL appeared or Vernon Cast es vocabularres those notor ous Jun or-Semor games tme we had the that Ar as Jun ors S ll toll ramptd batk of us n nety In e1ry September IO forvx ard ook to spteches l'Tl HLIIC Jun or prom and fxc tht c ouded by a favor te Junlor Wrlkm Nes somevx hat wh ch was fe l'lOI'l'l 8 8 ed back to Sell XR C ferry FS Iun txxh ch exen after m d terms ght -s the and pranlst Frances Kless SCCICKEIIY student councl Jean Rob nson SIJI' basketba I nvvdt 'Vllr JM Om? Of OUT ITIOSI f1ITlOllS 1T1Cl'UlD6.l'S KDS CO-C13 SOCCLY 943 and Sherry Dona ds Lew s room 26 and Norma Ury YOOIH 20 room 22 Robert Jacobs Loretta Chr st an jtn ors fo ow ng of the boast gOX LTHITILII FCPFESQHIAI X 2 s year Serv ce C ub members th Schoo BS chosen LIC W i i i l' Vi i i e S T UN ORY , ' l 'i 'l ii il ' ' i, 1 1 i l, D ri , i l i . , ' , l , ' .i l ' l . . l i ' t ' A 1 . . i i i ' . i I , ' i in i 1 . l ' . Ri ie ri ' . io . , ' ' l tlli , i r l i ' , ' ' - bitt. 'oining the Navy. S L I H . . ti 'i fliti, . ll ' 3 i . i 1 , ' ' 2 l , i , 1 r r1t.i , E. I-I. S. ' i' " at . ' ll i 'ni .1 ii, : , 1 . . Three juni . li ', l i L, t l ke H . l i l i . 'IJ S Rober and pln I- 9X A KQV! S nd A 3 Ju FS O SOPHOMORE CLASS Txme marches on and we fmd that the frxghtened forlorn freshles of a year ago haxe become the notsy sophomore class The sophs no longer have an 1nfer1or1ty complex but look to the next two years when they too may glance down upon the losxer classmen Father Tnme has explamed to us that the group his Grown 1n mmd and number The Student COUDCII boasts ofa soph treasurer Edward Hart and four soph representatues Edrth Allen Thomas Gor man June I-Ioerner and Verna Krom Both the boys and gnrls of thxs class excel 1n thc fmeld of sports Moses Berman IS a member of the Varsmty basketball squad Thomas Gorman Irxmg IJZJYOXVIIY Albert Menzel Robert Puglns and Sylvester Herlnhy are members of the .Iumor Varslty The sophomore g1rls have been vxctorlous rn the fxelds of hockey soccer baseball and volley ball Mustcally mmded band members lnclude Moses Berman Rrchard Van Kleeck Robert lompkms Vvxllnard Peet and Kathleen Pete Johnson the only glrl member As before the s17e of the group requtres four home rooms In room 6 Charles Peters IS presxdent Eugene Van Wagner uce presrdent June Bradford Secretarw In room C Elwabeth Beam IS presxdent, Gertrude Mrller uce presldent Mary Botella Secretary In room 32 Ednah Lauber IS presxdent Sld ney Dole uce presxdent Room 31 completes the lxst xuth Dxane Beuerley presldent Margaret Carrol vrce presrdent Irene Rhodey secretary and treasurer Father Tnme gnes us a last look at a scene of serene successful smllmg sophs antrcxpatmg profxt able school days ahead . .. ,, . . . 3 V , V , 1 ' ' ' I , ' . 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Y . t Y , ,, . , . .4 FRESHMAN CLASS Approxlmately one hundred len freshnes made rhexr flrst appearance through the portals of Ellenvxlle Hxgh School thus fall We were no dmfferent from any other freshman class but xt seemed as though we had more than our share of affllctxons Passes were confusmg at fnrst and the upperclassmen lnstead of trymg to help us laughed at our every faux pas Several mxstakes were made ln classes durmg the year One wxtty student asked a scnence teacher 1f enzymes were fellows mn the Navy The Freshman homeroom offlcers are as follovss Room I5 Presldent Elmor Mason Vxce Presxde-nt Vlncent umn Secretary Florcnte Goldln Treasurer Isabella Mohel Room 25 Presxdent Jean Hopkms Vlce Presrdent Vtrglnxa Irwm Secretary Robert ulck Vice Presxdent Jerry Shvsart7 Secretary Beatrxce Goldsrern Treasurer Dorothy Selnt sky Room 27 Presxdent Morton Bennett Secretary Wxllnam McCracken As yet no genluses have emerged from the class but we are qu1te proud of the people mn xt Gahruel Gersh was uce presldent of the Student Council an honor for anyone especlally a freshman Vke also have some hopeful future Varsxtv players lncludlng Joseph Blackwell John Gorman Gabrxel Gersh and Harvey Engle Three freshmen Alan Buchsbaum Oscar Nuskerk and Eduard TerBush are nn the school hand One thmg we promlse to do when we become upperclassmen lS to help the freshxes vuth thelr problems mstead of pokxng fun at them . - . - . AQ . , M Q ' Room 28 - President - Jack Zipperman 7 . ' . , . 1 ,bf .nr J V1 Q' 19 1 4, E 1 N,xw,X 0 .' 1' 1115151 ?1111,1," 1'1111,.11 1 ! .iii V , is TN ff I. T.1Jx if rn 1 X Ll , V cg D 11 1 111 1: 1, 111 ff "ff, 1 I fl , f K Q .4 X 1! !l ,1X,f 1 1 Ty 1 1 N X1 f lil: W ,fl - X 1 . '9 'Q 1111 x1 ff 1 ' I 1 1 ' J ff 2 1 J f 11 1 2 1 . ww sf X 1 1 ,ff ' 'J 511 ' 1 :ff I if ff -X ff Qc- 1 J i .f f X 11, V , ' 5' , 1 F1311 'ar' 1,11-K!! fm !,f 11fA1 ' 1 111' k '-""4N T T E 11, 1 ' 1, f :ff 1 X 1 l 5 N' ' X ' ,ff 1 IJ f'1'1 - xx Z .f , I! 'I111 N Xi ff i. 1 1 X ix f K I, f V'1 Nl., ' 1 '1- , x K xix if , .ffff r 1 1 A wx I ,fl I 11 s N XY f f 5 5 - 5 -f Z 11 1 1' 1 R .vs 4, 'i,!," 'yy 1 ' , Q j X X ,f JI W ml, ! N N X -X xg, N f Af ff! M' 1 'l Q. X i ff' -iilwz I A 'X 'W f It fx limi 1 A XXX xx Aflifi-:YH ki ll Y, F 1 -ilk,---4-T-.:,-ig:-A-f -ig-Jim l vw ,ri - ---- ' lf' "if, Y V Y if f ff 1 1 1 '1 ' 1 K U 1! N! 1 Y 11 11 1 ' 1 1 ? 1' 1 I ,VE f ', U1 11 V1 f 1 X 'I1 E XX kid" Xxx 7, Z X 7 rave,- 1 A Sc.. X 1 ,J W ffm X i-L..,,,T,,- '1 STUDENT COUNCIL Preszdent Robert Baker Vxce Pres Thomas Gorman Secretary Jean Robinson Treasurer Edward Hart Besides sponsonng a mag1c1an s show scxeral assemblies and successful dances the Student Council conducted a campaxgn to collect books for the serucemen A book IS a soldler s best fnend was used as amotto The goal set was a book contributed by each student l73IlOI'l helped the servncemen nn exery way they possnbly could An atheletlc board was elected by the organwanon and a cheer leadmg squad was selected When Mrss DuBoxs succeeded Mr Bates as the advlser the club held a banquet m honor of the latters mductxon ln the U S Naxy They ended a successful year wxth their annual outmg Also, the governing body organized the Junior Red Cross. The members of this organ- THE QUILL Co Edxtors Sh1rley Mmkoff Elalne Dxttenhexmer Buszness Mgr Vlrgnma Daxoczok Dorothy Muller If one wlshes to secure the up to the mmute report of any 3CllVlfY the fxrst place one would look IS 1n the lattest xssue of the Quxll the school s super newspaper The Quill IS a memher of Qunll and Scroll Duso Scholastu' Press League Natlonal Scholastlc Press Assoclallon Empire State School Press ASSOCIRYIOH and the COlUmb13 Schol ast1c Press ASSOCIZIICH Shuley Mmkoff co edltor was awarded the ed1tor1al cup at the Emplre State School Press AhSOCl3I1OI'l for submxttmg the best edrtorzal m the state B9S1d6S capturmg f1rst places rn CSPA and NSPA the Qu11l was g1ven a superlor ratmg 1n the uxll and Scroll Flrst honors were also placed as a crownmg glory on our school paper 1n the Fall Duso Scholastxc Press League Under the superwsxon of Mrs Sanderson the uxll lS publlshed fourteen umes durmg the school year SHAWANGUNK LITTLE THEATRE Preszdent V1rg1n1aDa1ocZok Vxce Pres Adele Gtttleman Secretary Dxane Bexcrlx freasurer Fred Suter Scrapboohkeeper June Mxller L1ttle Theatre 15 a member of the Hxgh School For Ktctorx Program They have pledqed themselxes to enllst the full serutes and resources of thc hl h school theatre 1n behalf of the war effort Hopes are htgh for th1s future group of actors actresses and backstage hands XVh1le proudmg entertatnment the Shavsangunk Lxttle Theatre at the same txme suppltes tts members wxth useful knowledge and skxll 'Vlany successful plays mclude two three act plays The Th1rteenth Chanr and Peg O My Heart a Chrlstmas operetta entttled Yulet1de at the Court of Kxng Arthur and the one act plays Rosalie Sham Grandma Pulls the Sturg and The Dear Departed A rad1o broadcast based on the var was guen ln assembly The tltle was Ttme ls Short Adele Gxttleman and Vxrgmta Datoczok tntttated new thesptans ln an assembly program durm the year New members are Robert Baker lrung LBYHIOVSIIZ Martm Katcher June Bradford Edward Hart Robert H1llxard Howard Kass June lXl1ller Stuart Schoonmaker and Harold Wexnbrot GIRLS VARSITY CLUB Presxdent Ins Stedner Vxce Presndent Edtth Renchel Secretary Ioretta Chrxsttan lreasurer Dorothy 9p1t7er Haung a membershlp of forty the Varstty E Club IS comprxsed ot glrls who have earned one hundred and fxfty pOlnIS by partxctpatmg tn athletlcs for one year Interclass hockey soccer baseball volley ball and basketball arc played by restdents and non restdents At the end of etch sport season a competttne contest lS held between the restdents and non resxdents for whxch each gtrl recetves twenty ftve potnts rf on the team Sportsmanshtp and sktll are the alms of every gtrl througout the athletlc aseson Serveral partles are sponsored by the club provtdmg games and dancxng At the begxnnmg of the year a hlke IS planned to organ17e the club Its meetlngs are held on every other Wednesday to dxscuss fu ture partxes and actxvnttes At the mxstletoe and holly season a luncheon IS held durmg the noon hour A macaronl supper IS planned after whtch all attend the basketball game Other partxcs w1ll be planned where danctng and games wlll be tnclucled rn the entertalnment During the school sesston the alumnx 1re entcrtamed at a ptcmc supper by the VJISIIY gtrls ln June a hxke ns planned for the mxtatton of the new members ,f SECRETARIAL PRACTICE CLUB Presldent Dorothy I-Ienmge Vxce Presldent Adele Cuttleman Secretary Estelle Rosenberg The Secretarlal PIBCIICC Club lrves up to 1ts name by domg many and varxed busmess tasks and lendmg then' valued assistance to the mam offrce It IS an organrzatron trarned by Mrss Sllverman rn effxcrent commerclal work and IS an a1d to these future stenographers LEADERS CLUB Dresldent Ronald Smlth Vxce Pres1dent Sxdney Dole Secretary Treasurer Melvin Karow In addxtxon to aldmg thexr advlser Coach Roberts wlth the boys gym classes the braw ny brutes of our school have mastered the new ly mstalled commando course on the fa1r grounds They have also taken on the task of mstructmg JUDIOI hrgh boys rn basketball on Saturday mornmgs TRAFFIC CLUB Captaxn Robert Hornbeck Fxrst Lreutenant Catherxne Wmters Second Lxeutenant Norma Korb Adjutant Nancy Plante Just as the town has a pol1ce force so E H S has a traffxc club to gurde the pupxls of the school The club conducted an un usually successful campalgn entrtled Keep Off The Lawn Thxs year under the drrectxon of Mr Drost the club has perfected an effrcrent system of dlrectlng corrldor traffic and has done a great deal rn brmgmg about more orderly traffic system PRATICAL SCIENCE CLUB Presrdent Raymond Cleary Vrce Pres1dent LeRoy Cole Secretary Robert Hrlllard Our future Emstenns work out expemments whlch you have no doubt detected by the pe cul1ar odor emergmg form Room 37 the chem lstry lab Th1S club under the leadership of Mr Braun presented an mterestmg and educa tronal assembly program on December 1oth called 'Chemnstry ln Warfare - - .1 - I 1 . 1 ' I - - 1' - - y HISTORY CLUB President Mona Berman Vnce Presldent John Smxth Secretary Martln J Katcher The Hlstory Club met wxth the object of learning to appreciate the fmer art of classlcal mustc Under the durectxon of Mrs Green the club has added to 1ts knowledge of the great er symphomes of yesterday and today PAN AMERICAN CLUB Presxdent Blanche Lucks Vnce Presrdent May Gtovannello Secretary Shxrley Pearl Treasurer Bert Cohen The purpose of th1s club ns to promote the good nexghbor polrcy The students dellver talks about South Amernca countrncs and ob serxe motlon plctures Throughout the year they corresponded w1th Latm Amerxcan fnends On December I7 they presented an educatxonal assembly program under the dxrectxon of Mxss Fox LATIN CLUB Pres1dent Dorothy See Vlce Presldent Kathleen Johnson Secretary Treasurer Irene Bennett The latxn Club congregates after school un der the leadership of Mrss Mamon for the pur pose of satxsfymg the curlosxty of students about Roman llfe and the use of Latin today The club IS a member of the Junlor Classrcal League BOYS CHEF CLUB Pres1dent Eugene Van Wagner The tantahzmg aroma whlch surrounds the Home Econom1cs Room IS the result of much concentratxon and hard work on the part of the apron clad lads of the Chef Club Confxdentxally the boys are 'better adapted for adjustmg an electnc motor than mrxxng these delxcrous delrcacxes However any mem ber w111 make an xdeal wrfe for some lucky person l Secretary - Seymour Miller DEFENSE STAMP CLUB No Offxcers The Defense Stamp Club which has been organxzed thxs year under the supervlslon of Mlss Seymour IS very vltal to both our coun try and our school In addltxon to dlstrrbutmg the stamps to the homerooms the members add together the sum total of the amount sold JUNIOR VOLUNTEERS No Ofhcers Get 1n the scrap IS the motto of the E H S Salvage Committee dxrected by Mr Braun Approxnmately elghteen members are cooperat mg efflclently wnth the local scrap dnve as well as domg other worthwhxle tasks for the war effort JUNIOR RED CROSS PRODUCTION CLUB Presrdent Jeanette Clark V1ce Presxdent Pearl Green Secretary Janet Atkins Treasurer Rlta Slutsky The Jumor Red Cross Productxon Club con trlbutes dlrectly to the natlonal emergency The members have kmt helmets blocks for afghans and have sewed housewnfes fsewmg krtsj used by the men mn the servxce SCHOOL SERVICE CLUB Presldent Emanuel Wncentowsky Vxce Presldent I-Ioward Kass Secretary Joan I-Iart The School Seruce Club strange as xt may seem ns not an honorary socxety It IS an or to gulde new students about the bulldmg or perform other mlcellaneous dutles It renders a great seruce to our school with each and exery member cooperatmg Wxth an unmxstak able enthuslasm STUDENT POI ICE Captam Earl Thornton Lxeutenant Nelson Sears The Student Pollce conduct the younger gen eratlon of our school to safety durmg a1r ralcls These boys are to be commended on the sp1end1d work they have done and the alertness courage good common sense and leadersh1p they have dlsplayed whenever a s1tuat1on requmng therr assxstance has arxsen 1 I , 3 ..i t Y. . ganization whose members are often called upon Y ' I ' . GIRLS SFXTETTE No Offlcers VOICES hush as our own sextette steps forward to render their contrlbutlons to a world of musxc The Rosary IS the favorxte composltlon of thus group however they enjoy the beautrful andante strams of thexr theme songs The Chlldren s Prayer The latter deeply moves audrences untnl the heavenly harmony dxes away MIXED GLEE CLUB Pres1dent Robert Shake Vlce Presldent Robert NlcClay Llbrarlan Vrrgmla Krum Ransmg thexr vorces rn an accented crescendo IS our Mnxed Glee Club expertly led by Mrss Ayers Our musxcal mlnded students love to sway to the rhythmrc Hawanan melody Aloha and Amencan tunes BOYS GLEE CLUB BAND No Offrcers We w1ll pralse Ellenvllle forever Congratulatlons to our excellent E H S band are heard above the triumphant notes of der the swlrllng baton of Mr Castxgl one Con gratulatlons too for addmg a bit of mstru mental charm to our assembl1es as well as ald mg us to keep rn step by marchmg to the brrsk stxrrmg musrc Congratulatxons for puttmg our school on the map wrth your fme exhxbmon at the May festlval whlle sportmg your gorge ous new umforms Yes musxc makes the world go around No Offncers It has been sald that musnc soothes the soul and th1s has been proved by the Boys Glee Club The deep volces of our masculme sex blend prettxly to Negro spmtuals namely Deep Rxver and Old Black Joe ' ' ' 1 ' the clarinets, trumpets, cymbals and drums un- ' ' ' ' . ' i . - Il ' vt ll vl I ' LIBRARY CLUB President Beatrice Schoonmaker Vice President Virginia Barnhardt Secretary Anna De Pilla Helping M1 s Lawrence is a group of girls who PIOVIGC our library with systematic rules and regulations A vote of thanks is in order for their excellent work ART CLUB President Dorothy Zelkosky Vice President Sidney Dole Secretary Mary Botella The Art Club under the direction of Mrs Van Kirk proudly present their artistic ac compllshments 1n the annual Art Exhibit in the spring These students produce beautiful water color craft w'ork pencil work and stenciling DEBATE CLUB Prsident - Moses Berman Secretary - Treasurer--Arnold Berman Leading the school in the act of talking is the Debate Club under the guidance of Miss Manion. The club proved that talking can be worthwhile by rendering a demonstration in assembly on policing the world after the arm- istice ARCHERY CLUB No Officers The Archery Club may usually be found weather permitting out on the school grounds indulging in target practice On cold or stormy afternoons one will find them in Room 25 making and repairing archery equipment Th1S organization under the direction of Miss Ott is a member of the National Archery Assocxa tion COIVIMANDOS .Z gf-'Q 3 145 ,Wx ff XX! 5-1 S X I I NW gl- dal' I f X S T t 'X iii W f U ff If 'T ixx S X H B xg fff X' 'i ' 4 ix. iw Z!!! B 35 if X XxX X Q X X? i Xg X-X, X ,i xx ff X X NX X X ff SSX is Xxbllxx x X Six X., +X +- Y S+-. xg Sk!-if sX?.- xii X?N -K x -"' S X,Ri1Xxi l Nik' XXX N5 ,XX R +-l- -ixk ig-3X :' 3ig,l -ii' ?-xi . -ies-L Q. z X ,X "-12-LX? N I "s 5 '- . .lk ' + ill? 1A""""4HfJ-4vn -.-X-x 2 ,ff . I. ,If -s. I 41' ff , I Y' - ,222 2 ' : , - v ' 'X X W - . I . 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Sl XNIJINC Laberty Away Vlontacello Laberty 'Newburgh Aw ay lxmgston Nladdletoyvn Team Won os Kmgston 'Vlontacello Ellenyalle Llberty Port Jery as New burgh Vlacldletown The Duso League schedule was shortened thas year because of the war Instead of two rounds the schedule consasted ol one round of sax qanaes each team playane ats league oppo nents once As thas was wratten Ellenyalle was an second place wath a record of three wans and two losses Only a game wath Vladdletoyyn and a possable play otf game wath Ktngston or Monticello for second place remaaned before the end of the most successful season that Ellenyalle has experaeneed under the coachme, of LX P Robetrs In the farst game of the season Ellenyalle won by a 29 zo score from an Fallsburg team but the next encounter saw the Blue Deyals humbled at by Beaton quantet The larst Duso game gaxnst Part eryas tound Lllenyalle on the a 5 I4 score After losane, to 'Vlontatello and ort leryas and wlnnmg from son an three non league contests tle Blue Deyals mt a eletermaneel lalaerty team vactoraous Thur next engagement was acaanst Montaeello wnth whom outclassed a strong long end Kerhonle they were tae for farst place an the league standane at u and hold team was beaten decasayely n lts home court by the more experten ed team from Sulllyan County After meetxny, laberty a n n l ague game the F H S basketee led l Worm Tennenbaum played thear best game of the season and defeated a tall rugged 'Newburgh outfat 36 to eo The next encounter was wath Kangston A wan would put Ellenyalle an undasputed possessaon of second place wath a chance of tyang 'Vlontacello for tarst place Howeyer thear hopes were Jolted when they were defeated 47 , despate creat ylaymg by Kee Bet! and Irash McClay One of the chaef reasons for the success of the Ellenyalle team was the ttne teamwork w ach they dasplayed Another yy as the perseyerance ot the reseryes Bert Cohen red Suter on larle ob onstant and on was wlo although they may n have played yery mueh were full of team spam and enthusaasna A teaturt ot thas years season was the playing ot tlae prenmanary games by mtramural teanas 'Ihese games were anterestang and greatly enjoyed by the spectators V' 293.20 ' . 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HD " Le 'a . , f ot SOCCER 'Ellenvr e Warwxck 'Ellenvllle Montlcello Ellenvllle Wa rwxck Ellenvrlle Montxcello 'Away Scorrng four goals for themselves and llmltmg the opposxng teams to only one tally and that a penalty kxck by lxttle Butch Rappaport rn the second Montlcello game was the record of the Ellenvllle soccer team thls season Losmg only one out of four games the Ellenvllle squad was led by co captams Hesh Wexnbrot and Wrlkle Nesbxtt In wmmng the Warwlck game played at Warwxck by the score of 2 and o the Blue Devlls had to depend on Alanson Worden who klcked a last mmute goal wrth the assrst bemg credited to Bob McCay In the second Warwr k game Wrdelrtz Shay and Thornton each converted for Ellenvxlle Playing on a ram soaked fneld the forward lme played heads up ball with some good backmg up by halfbacks Sherry DeW1tt and OBr1en The game played at Mont1cello was a hard fought contest wrth fullbacks halfbacks and goahe makmg many spectacular saves Don Lewls and Carl O Dell were outstandxng as the teams fought to o to o tre In the second Montrcello game Ellenvrlle suffered xts only defeat by the score of 1 to o Although Ellenvxlle was contrnually 1n Montlcello terrrtory the Blue Devxls could not push the pay off goal across Montxcello scored m the closmg mlnutes when Rappaport converted a penalty klck Forwards Wldellll McClay Thornton Worden and Shay played a fxne offenslve game as they rushed the Montlcello defense contmually Playxng hrs last game before entermg the U S Navy Nesbitt played brllllantly from hrs center halfback posxtxon O'Dell Wexnbrot and Lewls also contrxbuted greatly to Ellenvrlles fxne playxng 'll 2 ..............., o ' ' o .,.,..........., o ' ' 6 ................ o ' ' o ................ r ' , . , . . , . . . c . . ' 7 P I r I I CHAMPIONS I m ping pong champion ' I m badminton champion' I m horse shoe champion' These proud remarks may be heard around the school in the early s ring Singles tournaments are held at noon and after school in ping pong badmm ton horse shoes tennis archery paddle tennis schuffleboard bowling and deck tennis The Resident yyinner and Non Resident winner 111 each sport play each other and the victor IS giyen the title of champion in that sport, of the school These titles are coveted by many and the victors are justly proud Boys Resrdent Basketball The resident 111tramural basketball league this year was composed of four teams L I U Northwestern Rice and Notre Dame The captains respectlyely were John Shay Albert Menael 'Vlelvin Karoyy and Edward Hart The schedule consisted of three rounds of three games each As thls was written L I U and Northyyestern were tied for first place in their first round and L I U yy as leading in the second round lhe winners of each round will have 3. play off for the resident championship after this yearbook has gone to press The team coming out on top yy1ll then play the yv1nner1n the non resident league for the school championship Boys Non res1dent Basketball 'This is one of the biggest years in intramural basketball history were the words of Coach Roberts this year. Fifty-tyyo boys have turned out to form six non-resident teams. The teams are L. I. L. Oklahoma Michigan No- tre Dame Xfirginia and Boston College. Tl1e captains in their respective or- der are Sylvester Herlihy' Martin J. Ixlatchcr. Eugene Robinson Louis Gerrety Carol Schipp a11d Alanson NVorden. This year the season was played in three rounds. The first was won by L.I.U. and the second round by Notre Dame. When this yearbook went to press the third round was just beginning. The winners of each round will play each other and the final winner will play' the championship resident team. Another outsta11di11g fact is that this year s non-resident and resi- dent intramural teams have play ed preliminary' games before the varsity basket- ball games. ' Boys Non resident Football Tied for first place with three urns and one loss apiece the Bears and the Ciants plax ed a thrilling game for the championship of the intramural football league The Bears led by Captain John Shax wx on a hard fought 13 12 victory harl lhornton oe Blackxxell and Sxlxester Herlihy captamed the other teams The games xx ere play ed at noon time with the same rules as in football except that it consisted of two handed touch instead of tackling CAPTAINS A ten shun' In sports as well as in the armed services there are leaders of various divisions Intramurals are giving girls a chance for leadership Laptains of class teams for all intramural sports are chosen by the girls themselves These captains manage the team and assist Miss Ott in refereeing and keeping time when their teams do not play In this vwax many girls receive valuable experi ence Non-Resident Basketball Flash ! ! Non-Resident Seniors and Resident Sophomores Are in the Lead ! Final Results Obtainable In June l Intramural sports are held on a competitive basis between classes by both Residents and Non-Residents. At the completion of each sport a game is held betvx een the Non-Residents and Residents participating. Hockey soccer volley ball and baseball as well as basketball are played. The name of the class which has been victorious in the greatest number of sports is placed on a plaque hung in the gym. The leading teams have been an- nounced in the headlines, but anyone can still win. TENNIS l'aul ljmst will succeed llzirwlcl lfcrgiisim as tennis coacli 'tliis year. Tlic new cuacli will lmvc gwml iiizxtcrizil iii siicli players as licmgc lictz, llcnry S mln iiirvii. lfrccl Siitcr, llc-rl Clwlicii, Nliiflill Al. liziiclicr, llarrvlrl XX'Cl'lll7l'Ul, :incl Xluscs BASE BALL I 1 L N 4' L lt N ul NN 1 l -x N C 1 llX Q I 1942 Results C L L C Xi ix TRACK e ml mix xi e c will 17 l ilucrlx Lil N " lL 1 llll NI X l lik 1 l 4 l W xc Ni Ln UN lc xelav fxilif Nl p Lf is w X lin-i'iii1111. 'l'l1c l'7'l3 cziptziiii is lli-iiiy Siiliwiiiiwii. lXlll iii gli tlic luiwlwzill fcli liliilu may lu- fliiwln-iiccl tliip ycuzu' lwcczuiw uf ituiwii ing, Lfwzicli liwlicrts int -1 ls til CLll'l'f' mi, llic iczim lm: lint lmccii scriwiiisly x":1lx cu- lmy giuicliizltiiiii. Slllft' wily Iwi, mcii :uw mi ,',' ing frm iii lzist f'L'2ll"S tcziiii. l' tiiriiiiig'x':iiwi1y iiivii zirc Xlqirtiii Xlirlcliif, lliili Xlcclny, f1cwi'gu llclf, lfrcil fi tcr Jw llzixtcr, l.c-iwSgisl1iii, liiijwiiu liwlwiiifwiv. :iii.l Xwriiiziii 'll-iiiiciilwririiii. 'lllic biiiii im' vziriity llIl4 gli-ml lllC1l1l'l1ll wiili xxliicli tw fillz l"g"l.1USlllfl1CllIlC-llll, 'l'lii 1145 cup fiiii is liiilm xlCi'lIlj'. lflliiivillc I 6 l'0i't klcimis lfllciivilli- -l O Xl iccllw iilfll Aiivillc 5 2 Xl iiliccllii Iglfllliivillc ti 7 ,' X 1' lflliiivillc 'P 5 l,ilw1'ty lfllciivillv ll O Wlzilclcii Zklfllciivillc 'l 5 XYQI Q-ii va" R i 1 " ig IW li it Llwfgll :is irzick cwzlcli tliig jsczii' will lash bl--lan l' i3rzii.i1, th- '3lWml-'U'Yi11lfl lflUl'!!y' fc! 'limi llc will l1:ix'c gguml ziiziiwizil iii s icli .wisccllr-lf.-is 11-, Nu' :iii ,lxL'lllliflllHllElll. lilcilic-it Nlclilziy. :Li..l lisuicl l'ului1i. Iii tl Q llcvziti"?llw-lillciivillc il ial mee-2 Lit Rim ticcllii lain jfvzir, fkicwziiiigclli cuz if mit xictifrirms with fl gmiiiis tw l'lllciix'illf:'s 43. .Xt tha' T-Icxx'l:zi1'34'l1 im-lglyi. fi: 'ri:fwii, fNlcL'lQ1y. l.:i Clive, Riilxiii, Quill 'l.k'llfli'I1lbZllllll Q f.,- t Il :ii-xx ici,-.mul iii li ' S50 ' ' J. :ii :mlm wuz the l5i'ci'i,l lamp. CHEERLEADING The cheerleaders of the current year are Captam Vrrgxma Grant Gladys Concors Dorothy Henmge Olrve Murden Eleanor Rode and Jerry Schwartz Cheerleadmg has become an rmportant school orgamzatron and xs under the drrectlon of Miss Hx: key The squad has done much to boost the teams morale and the students school spmt by revnmg old cheers and mtroduc1ng several new ones at the games th1s season A cheerleadxng headlxght of 1942 43 has been the new un1forms for the squad consrstmg of blue corduroy Jumpers and yellow blouses Another mnovatron IS the squads escortmg the Umted States flag rnto the gymnas1um before basketball games for the smgrng of the Star Spangled Banner Under the leadershnp of the cheerleaders E H S students have cheered the Blue Devrls through another page of hrstory rn sports COMMANDO TRAINING Coach Roberts has mtroduced mto hrs physlcal educatxon program thls year a new type of traxnmg s1m1lar to the commando trarmng used m the army Accordlng to hmm the course IS deslgned for the dexelopment and mamtenance of strength stamlna endurance courage and morale rn high school boy The object of the new trammg IS to prepare the boys so that they wlll be rn the best physrcal shape for future army tramxng In October an obstacle course was constructed on the athletxc fneld It consxsts of a hurdle vault barrncade a sxmulated p1t and a twelve foot jump After the students had been usmg the course for several weeks the txme ln whlch rt was run by each boy was taken Durxng the wrnter the commando trammv was contmued ln thus gym Great stress was placed on such exercmses as chxnnmg push ups vaultmg and the carrymg of ones own wexght A great deal of boxrng and wrestlmg was also mcluded An obstacle course was set up consrtmg of a vault hurdle hand walk shoulder roll and others The txme rn wlnch each boy ran the obstacle course and the num ber of chmnxngs and push ups accompllshed by each were taken ln thxs way Coach Roberts rntends to rate each boy Certxfxcates rssued by the War Department w1ll be gxven to the boys rankmg them from prrvates up to captaxns In the sprlng the commando tralnmg IS to be contmued on the athletlc freld Thls w1ll mclude the use of the obstacle course and a great deal of track work 1 1 , , 1 ' ' - 1 .4 H - , . . . . . . . . . . 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V! AI XX -XYS THE FINEST EINTERTAINIIVIENT THF NORBURY THEATRE BEST SUCCESS IIN THE FU'I LRF RIO E HS 43 GRADS COMPLIVIENTS OI' FOORDMORE FARMS MILK is CREAM COMPLIMENTS OE Ellenvllle Steam Laundry Irhphone 63 Illenullc N COIVIPLINIFN TS OI McGrath s Pharmacy TI VUO RI GISTI RTD PHARMACISTS COMPI INIENTS OI' SINICK S ATHLETIC SUPPI IES U EQUIPVIENT SIDNEY SINICK COMPLIMEINTS OF Wm H Deyo8z Co Inc LUMBTR BUILDING MATERIAL FUEL Ellenvxlle N Y COMPLINIENTS OI' LELAND P PULLING FUNERAL DIRECTOR 'orth Mam Street Phone 160 Ellenulle N Y BEST XVISHES TO THE CLASS 43 Shadowland Theatre Salvadore Spadaro Prop I kx Y A A J ' Y . 'v . ' ' 2 2 I " , , Y, Telephone Ellenville '118 , , . A - ' I 79 YN ' . . . . BUY WAR SA VING BONDS SILVERMAN BROS HT AD TO FOOT OUTI ITTERS S, Canml Street Tllenxnlle N Congrmtulatlons To The 43 Semor Class Sgt Eddle Relchel COVIPLIMENTS OF JACK SEIKEN Van Kleeck 8: Frear, Inc Cor IN Mam and Sprxng Sts Ellenvllle N Y I ubrxcatnon Wash1ng Storlge TFRMINAL EAGLE BUS LINE Telephone Ellenulle 420 RIDER COLLEGE Regular and Accelerated Prognms leldxng To S Degrees In Commerce i6 Lducatmon Wrrte Ior Catalog Founded 1865 Trenton 'Nl COVIPI IMENTS Old I ROSFNSTOCK one r sw ORL ROSE 8c DOUGLAS PLUMBINC B HI ATING MATERIALS Punts Hardware Llectrmcal Supplxes Phone 143 Ellenvnlle N COMPLIMENTS OF HARRY KATGHER CENERAL MERCHANDISE INAPANOCH 'NI Y Telephone Fll8I'lNlllt 256 M BASTIAN BROS GO Manufactunng Jewelers and Engravers ROCHESTER N Y WPRIIF FOR CATALOG OF EMBLEMS FOR CLUBS ENGRAVED NAME CARDS . I3 .. 1 ' I ' , , ' .x. I 4 . , W JO J N . u ' , ' 4 f ' .. e L '. .Y. - I , 3 ' ' . 1 . . . . ., ., I " .' . A 1. I , ., . . , . . , . . ' O I 'L ". N . . 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' 7 ' 1 , I I . 4 I 9 9 U COMPI IMENTS OF Abe Schwaltz, The Tazlor SAMUEL J LIPKA Statlonery Sportmg Goods School Books 165 Canal Street Phone 81 Ellenulle N Y rller 5 Qphztrmatg ALWAYS REI IABI I' COMPLIMENTS OE BCSSIC s Sweet Shop 129 Canal Strct Ellenvnlle N DR A S KARPER SURGEON DENTIST Phone 488 I2Q Canal Street COMPLIMENTS OI' JOE S LUNCH 1 QW Canal Street Telephone Buy War Bonds Home N atlonal Bank PROTECTION PLUS SERVICE The Benson Agency EVERY TYPE OF INSURANCE Waysrde Inn Buxldmg Fllenvxlle N COMPLIMENTS OE WM E NATHAN GROCERY STORE COMPLIMENT S OE SAUL S SERVICE SAUL POLONSKY Prop 98 Center Street Ellenvxlle N Harold B G1llette Co , Inc Telephone zo COAL KEROSENE FUEL OIL COMPLIMENTS OE FATER 86 SAN DERSON BARBERS MAX GROSS sHoE REPAIRING At Low Prxces 1 9 Canal Street Ellenvxlle N COMPLIMENTS or DR M AKIN COMPLIMENTS OF Razlway Express Agency W H Peet Agent KUSHNER S ULSTER PAINT and SUPPLY CO Pamts O1ls Varmshes Full L1ne Of Wall Papers and Supplxes Phone 254 138 Canal Street SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 43 Vanderlyn s Garage UP TO DATE CLOTHING T5 SPORTWEAR S J STERN 137 Canal Street Ellenvxlle N Y JH' ' . , A H ' 45" c ' ' A . . 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FONC RA I UI A I ION9 an I S I XX ISIII S wr X Qugcuwful Iurur Ellemxlle Electric Company CONIPI IVII N I S OI CONIPIIKAFNTS OF SCHIPP S DINER Fllenulle N Y STRAUSS STORF9 Ellenulle N Y ' A I - IO ' ' -A- 'I'IIIf f. OI5 '43 .Ii . I . ft. 'c ' Q' C5 ' IlIIcn 'iII'. . Y. . .' I ' , ' ' U. Ottlcml O. II. A. Ixru .md C.nr Insputum 5CI'VlCx' XII' ' ' f III I . ' 1. I C .J J I2 . . S. 'II 'I , . . ', ! HE SEZ AND SHE SEZ 'I l1ke work It f8.SClI121t6S me I can s1t and look at It for hours quote Jerome K Jerome VValter Sheeley I lost my Shlft IH 1979 Robert I-I1ll1ard How dry I am Harrxson Krom Var1ety 1S the SPICE of L1fe Mary Aly ce Ir1sh The Alrplane factorres can use me ey en 1f I m to short for the WAACS Beatrlce Schoonmaker I made mv debut 1n New Xork C1ty at the san1e t1me Lmdbergh was bemg feted for h1s ocean tr1p 1n the Sp1r1t of St I ou1s LOUIS Gerrety All lrttle boys are created w1th the des1re to conquer the unknown or feared R1chard EllJSCfl I can recall nothxng of my flrst two years except that they were the wettest davs of n1y l1fe John Shay 'L1ke L11 Abner I hate to wear shoes V1rg1n1a Da1oczok All she needs IS a ta1l and she d be a monkey quote Mr Re1chel Ed1th Re1chel I somet1mes wonder whether mother was va111ly yearn1ng for a Mona Llsa VSl1C11 she nan1ed me Mona Berman I f1rst started to seek my educat1on 1n a one room schoolhouse 1n Ohlo Leona Wesche I we1ghed s1xteen pounds yy hen I was borr1 Patr1c1a H1gg1ns The happ1est days of ones l1fe are 111 ones chlldhood Dorothy Hennlge Im a natural born blunderer Estelle Rosenberg One d1sadvantage of bemg the youngest 111 the fannly IS that the blame for anyth111g IS usually sh1tted to you Anna DeP1lla Those moments that are spent pleasantlv IH one s llfe are the ones easxest to recall Toby Nlushmsky I had a paper dehyerv route for sm years ul1us I-Iaener 'I d1dnt do 1t really I d1dnt Elarne IJ1ttenhe1me The teacher must haye been dr1y en to d1stract1on for at the end of the day I found my self StHI'lCl1I1g 111 a cor11e1 Sarah Apter Nolw 1f my father had bee11 an electr1c1an mstead of 1 farmer I would have been h1s f1rst shock Nl1ltO11 Creenberger We played cowbovs a11d Indlans 1n tl1e P11165 just across the street Robert Baker Most people are born but I guess I just happened along Robert Dowlmg Boy was I fat and short l Harold De W1tt I can t say that my chrldhood was eventful for we l1yed on a farm lllltll I was elght years of age Evelyn DeI'ew My basketball career began whlle I was 1n the flfth grade Geo Betz I . 7 X . . . ,, -J at 7 ' - yr - - 1. . 1 u , y as - H . . . . ,, . 1 Y 1 . i t 4 . . 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'i A 1 . . . . , u y ' 1 1 U ' u , . va ' ll Y --W , . . xc v v - X v X ' Y , V , - . . ,, Y v 1 .-. 1 41 ' - ' H HE SEZ AND SHE SEZ mlmmy cr1ckets and jumpmg grasshoppers Marjorle Weber Better late than nexer Shlrley Marchant God helps those who help themselxes and p1t1es those who get caught a It Robert Hoornbeck We are ready on your call to Nexx Xork Go ahead please I-Iarrlet Taylor I xx ts named after great grandmother Henrletta Henry Solomon Oh those memorable llxllovxeens Donald Clark At mx fust dame I learned hoxx to square dance and Swmg the Glrl from Xlk2lIIS'1S Mae Budd Im slx feet four mches tall rn mv bare tslfe 13Bj feet and would llke to go to Syracuse for obvlous reasons' John Smlth I vxas born IH Brooklyn " Earl Dlckman Im just a common exerxday box Nelson Sears In my youth I dldnt hke to plax Harold Sheley I alxx ays thought m1lk1ng a cow was easy I-Ioxx my thoughts changed" Judlth WCISS I stay ed IH Nexx ersey qulte a number of years Calvm Mallnka xxhata hte lb the wax I put lt Oh xx hata s1ster IS the xfxax my twm brother puts lt ' ' Dorothx Wllhelnl st1ll am bashful to a certam extent ' beraldme Blumenauer was born an angehc and loxeable babx June 'xlrller vxas a source of annoyance to my fam1lx Shlrlex Mmkoff My left IS terr1f1c ' ' Wlvlen Levme Mx slster and I never had anv d1ff1cult1es crossmg streams but my frxcnd usuallx managed to land III the center of them Anna Sereda I was xlmost an angel on earth IH the grades but rn January 1939 I came mto Hxgh School and no more than had n1y name on the reglster xx hen bmgo a yelloxx shp from Mrs Sanderson' R1chard Van Keuren Xlter the sex en nulses and doctors xx ere lxltlxed around quite sexerelx the chlld vxas labled too fresh and sent home vxxth no operatxon per formed Thelma Waruch Que of the fxrst thmgs I remember of mx chlldhood days IS startmg school DOYIS Churchxxell Thmgs began happening xx hen I entered hlgh school Vlfglnla Grant I hke 1'IlOUf1t3.1I1 musnc XIITZ1 Hornbeck A great pastnne of mme xxas xxatch brealxmg or watch makmg as I cllled lt lnmanuel Wlcelltoxxsky But ts LOIICIIUOIIS exlst todax I shall Jom 1 larger college Uncle Sam s Naxx Nounsm Idennenbaum As a chlld I xx as xerx much mterested 111 squash and ever year I would plant seed ln the sand p1le Dalsy Mansfleld HJ. . . . . 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HE SEZ AND SHE SEZ VVhen I xx 1s small I xv ts 1lxxaxQ tallxmg and getting rnto troubl Geraldean Barrmger 'I xx1snt 21 problem chlld just 1 tombov oan Hart Fxerx thmg xx 1s gomg flne lllltll hwtorx clams xxhen that elgar began to haxe lts effect Robert MCL lax I xx as born on mx parents thnteenth xxeddlng anmxerearx ' l ' FIQIICLS NIOSIIICI' Rlfllllg the elex1tors up 'lfxel doxxn, no m 1tter hoxx mee the elex ltor boy m 1x be IS not he1lthtul for one s constrtutlon Phoebe lxmmer I eould nexe1 be e illed 1 bounerng b1bx mlxbe because I couldnt be lited o thex could bounee me Ilorothx Nlrller I 1m told th1t I xx as an axxtul c xxx nd ln mx xounger d1xQ II hen I vxent to the mox1es and the pxcture xxas mx sterlous I xxould hide under the se its Harold VVe1nbrot I extended mx NXIIIp'1IlILI1L QIALQIIIIQIN bx SIXIIIU Lome on Clclrence, let s he1r the ClIlLlxLlIN nrlx Ron1ld 'Xlurphx I had the honor of bemg c1lled bx the pohce th1t xoung arsomet' ' Eugene Robrnson 'VX hen xxe xx ere m uxemle Lourt I expl11ned th1t bre llxlllg the xxmd oxxs xx 1s onlx 1n aecldent Rlehard Rothm1n Uh xes there 18 Qtlll some doubt xxhether Im hxmg or not Hoxxard Ixass The countrx agreec xxlth me for rn I ong Island I 1net mx hrst love, VIXICII and now IH Illlenxllle Ixe met my best loxe Edrth IVI'1I'lllI I Ixatcher I sereamed so loud exexone thought ld be 1 gre1t open smger xx hen I grexx up RCQIIIII Gross A ter FCCLINIIIQ' 1 terrlfxe seoldmg I xx is onlx irxej 'lllfl 1 p1t m the seat of the pxnts I resumed mx plax Xdele h1ttlem1n I expect to enhst ln the slxl troops 1 er I haxe fmlshed mx Semor y 1r m une 1943 R 1x mond Cle1rv merson 1n1x e me three tnnes tlmost m SUCLLSSI n 1nd 'llxxa s V! nlx I 1 slsters lx tthrx n Sklilll Mx mother xxould he tr me cussmg 'lllll eome CIOXXIISVIITR xxlth 1 h1nd full of soup I'ClXX1lI IIo1r Ill never forget the tune I socked Qharhe Clrant rn the nose Irms btedener Green eyeq, fDad saxs thex re graxfj red harr and freckles that s n1e Naomr 'Nlaxl 'Heres hopmg my future xxxll be as happx as mx past Ha7el Coddlngton "I enjoy school except for h1story" Dor1s Qomker u , ., , , .' 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