Ferris High School - Wheel Yearbook (Jersey City, NJ)

 - Class of 1937

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The Class lf fanuary 1937 is glad to have heen a memher ofyour crew knowingfuff weff that hp does not ofer too many snug harhors. Page Five Page Szx DEDICATION A Builder, an Engineer, a Doer of Things JAMES J. PERRIS To lzim, after wlzorn our Jclrool l1a.r been named, wlroxe career fnrnz'.rl1e.r a beacon to accornplzirlrment and cllaracter, who .rpent lzzlr iff in our coznmnnigf, conxtrueting, improving, bettering, wlzo attained lzzlglz te.rtz'monial cf tire efteem of our kilow- c1't1'zen.r, tlzzir flqrxt Lune oftlre Ferrir Wheel 1'J' refpecifufbf dedicated by The Clam Qffanuary, 19 3 7 - 'uf'-::' .IV,..j. ,X ff ,ls :cf-'ren-2-VV'f-'Vw-21""V-4:24.-zsft WVV"sz"fW: f:..f:V-'V-'-:-- .VVV'Vf.iw-r2ff.'-.-f.-. fVVV'f-:V 1' we wV':-":"'..'."4VVzw-V:-.1-f aw.-nff'-V WV.:-' V' -V ' 'Q-'V' VV--.1-Vw V . . .. V V..-.. 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ACKNOWLEDGMENT To Mix: Grace Kelbf, WLDJ? con- .rtructive criticirm, tz'refe.r.r efort, and careful management made this Look po.r.r1'He, we, the Ferfir Wlzeef Stagg are Jeepbf grateful. ' ADMINISTRATICN EMMA Z. CURTIS, AB., Ed,M. Dean S. THOMAS TRAINA, A.B., A.M. Vice-Principal MERVYN F. SEELY Afxiflanl io the Prinripal Page Eleven FACULTY FACULTY OF IAMES FERRIS HIGH SCHOOL JOHN O'REGAN, A.B., A.M., LL.B .....,.. .,.,.,,,.,... P rincipal S. THOMAS TRAINA, A.B., A.M. .....,. .....,,,,., V ice-Principal EMMA Z. CURTIS, A.B., Ed.M. ....... ,,,,.....,,. A dviser for Girls MERVYN F. SEELY .................... . ...,.. Assistant to the Principal ENGLISH janet C, McMartin, A.B., M.S. Alice G. Byrne, A.B., B.S. in Ed. Anna-Marie Connolly, A.B., A.M. Evelyn A. Cowan, A.B. Robert A. Coyle, A.B. Gladys S. Freeman, B.S. in Ed. Mildred F. Hough, B.S. in Ed. Hulda M. Inwright, A.B., M.A. Elizabeth S. Kelly, A. B. -Grace M. Kelly, B.S. Jessie Levinson, B.A. joseph Lynch, A.B. Katherine W. Martin, A.B. Francis McCarthy, A.B. Virginia M. McCauley, B.S. in Ed Florence Moskowitz, B.S. in Ed. Helen R. Pinkham, A.B., A.M. Helen Resnick, Litt. B. Louise Yuzzolin, B.S., M.A. MATHEMATICS Matthew G. Cummings, B.S. Lucile W. Drews, A.B. Alice Hemenway, A. B. Vincent jordan, A.B. Louis A. Lepis, B.A. Lester Luft, B.S. Herman D. Mytelka, B.S. Angela Palmera, A.B. FOREIGN LANGUAGES jessie Auerbach, B.S. Murray J. Booth, A.B., M.A. Lincoln A. Bosi, B.A., M.A. Arthur Crowley, A.B. Vincent Graziano, B.S., M.A. Louise Lee, A.B., M.A. Marie A. Murphy, A.B. Katherine M. Sunder, B.S. HISTORY Vincent M. Donovan, A.B. Katherine E. Kerwin, A.B. Ruth H. Maurer, B.S. Dorothea E. Sheridan, B.A. SCIENCES 5,1 Daniel D. Blum, B.S. i',i.'xQfi, Veronica E. Connolly, AiET"'? Esther De Witt, B.S. in Ed. Michael A. Fiore B.S. in Ed. james H. Gross, A.B., A.M. Helen E. King, B.S. William A. McDonald, B.S., M.A. Richard O'Brien, A.B., A.M. Page Thirteen FACULTY OF JAMES FERRIS HIGH SCHOOL COMMERCIAL STUDIES Mildred K. Ackerman, B.S., M.A. jane Z. Alpert, B.S. Emily C. Bingham, B.S. Lillian Brenner, B. S. in Ed. Mary T. Clerkin, B.S. in Ed. Lillian Dvorkin, B.S. Bernard J. Flynn, B.C.S., M.A. Edith M. johnson, B.S. William A. Miller, B.C.S., B.S. in Ed. Rose M. Monacella Margaret M. Murphy, A.B. Jennie M. Olson, B.S. in Ed. Bernard Peplowski, B.S. R. Robert Rosenberg, B.C.S., M.C.S., C.P.A., B.S. in Ed., A.M. Gladys M. Schuldt, B.S. in Ed. Catherine A. Shea, B.S. in Ed. Charles C. Witkowski, B.S. in Ec., LLB. INDUSTRIAL joseph B. Ambrosia, B.S. William F. Balzer John Barry, B.S. Charles A. Christensen Leslie Detrick Dorothy P. Dewey, B.S., M.A. May K. Fox, B.S. John H. Hickey, B. of E.E. Edward L. Mailly, B.S. in Ed., M.A in Ed. Eleanor A. McCann Chidley D. Mears, B.S.E., M.A. Page Fourteen Mary E. Nobles, B.S. in Ed. S. Nathaniel Nystrom, B.S. in Ed john A. Reinhardt, B.S. john j. Weir, B.S. George W. 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M3 14 - 2 f QQ Qfffg'4fgQ,fjf'g3l,5i:,V35Z ' 5. Q, gi,-A, ,Q ,fig Qlgx-,331 ,-fyifg, ..1, 5 4 .T W 44, ffwffff 5,'g,k,7s-. . . .Mn , F 'i5"E?K:5:54gffir'a5,Qf'xf W N 4,5 H" 1 J- 4..5gg,3,.:44d,.Aj....,1., 4 If wi W L:5LfIfT-.4 3'34vw3-'4?fi:'f1 ', X' -vz2'4f'..g.fi 2 SMg,3?5Y'i4i5?e1 u " .'Q'b3f1'i:f'2Y3i . .Al,l1VjAf1.1"5g 5gQV5f.f,4ff:j', . ..., ' .1 . fwaffxie I . .V -E JANET C. MCMARTIN, A.B., M S. Page Sixteen ADVISORS KATHERINE W. MARTIN, A.B I WILLIAM j. FLANAGAN GEORGE SPADORA ANGELINA LIBERATORE Prexidezzl Vice-Preiident Seuretary OFFICERS ANGELINA STASIO FLORENCE WEINTRAUB LYDIA POLICHEMI Tremurer Auiftant Treafzzrer Hiftoriafz Page Seventeen 1 T THE FERRIS WHEEL EDITORIAL STAFF EDWARD 'I'Ymws Edilor Page lilghfeen ANNA PANz1No Auoriale Edilor J T GEORGI? SPADORA Blzfineff Mazinger MIRIAM DOROTHY KOOK SILVERSTEIN MARY WILLIAM j. WINICK FLANAGAN F ERRIS WHEEL STAFF GRACE M. KELLY Faculty Advisor EDWARD TYBUS Editmn-chief ANNA PANZINO Aysociate Editor GEORGE S. SPADORA Basinen Manager ROSLYN SILVERSTEIN BERNARD SPIRITO Auiftantf WILLIAM J. FLANAGAN Sporty Editor DOROTHY SILVERSTEIN Literary Editor MIRIAM KOOK Photograph Editor MARY WINICK Humor Editor Typixtf ANGELINA LIBERATORE DOROTHY LOITERMAN LUCILLE AMETRANO ANGELINA TABBI Page Nineteen SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEES CONSTITUTION Roslyn Silverstein, Chairman Bernard Spirito Mary Winick Helen Karbacz DUES Edward Tybus, Chairman William McGuinness Helen Karbacz Abe Dershowitz Antonette Nudicus CAP and GOWN Abe Dershowitz, Chairman Lucy Riccardelli Rose Sbano Dorothy Eicken SENIOR PLAY Anna Panzino, Chairman Bernard Spirito Emanuel Raichelson Grace Adrey Dominick Mazzacaro EXIT DAY William Peters, Chairman Herbert Tannenbaum Helen Karbacz Jeanette Gold Anthony Calabro Rose Sbano Helen Tansky Page Twenty PIN and RING Helen Bogacz, Chairman Margaret Lillis Mary Donovan Herbert Tannenbaum BOAT RIDE Bernard Spirito, Chairman Mary Winick Dominick Mazzacaro Miriam Kook FLOWER and MOTTO Angelina Ferri, Co-Chairman Eileen Hennessey, Co-Chairman Helen Biss Dorothy Loiterman Grace Adrey SPORT DANCE Emanuel Raichelson, Chairman Edward Hoeffner Herbert Tannenbaum Roslyn Silverstein Florence Weintraub ' SENIOR PROM Eileen Hennessey, Co-Chairman Roslyn Silverstein Emanuel Raichelson Angelina Tabbi William McGuinness Ruth Seidman Dorothy Eicken Anna Panzino GRACE ADREY Dover Elementary Fordham General French Club Glee Club Little Theatre Law Club Drawing Club Honor Society A woman of charm is as rare as a man of genius. LUCILLE AMETRANO NO. 5 N. Y. U. "Babe" C-4 Italian Club - Treas. Honor Society Law Club Leaders' Club Corridor Patrol Basketball Archery Club "Enthusiasm is the breath of genius." fBeaconsfield. HELEN BISS No. 5 Undecided C-4 Spanish Club Law Club "Woman's greatest asset is modesty." -Straton. HELEN M. BOGACZ No. 37 N. Y. U. C-4 Corridor Patrol Cashiers' Club Basketball Usher Staff Student Council - V. P. Leaders' Club Business Club - V. P. Office Staff Sports Club - V. P. Pin and Ring Committee Ch'n "To be gentle is the IESI of a lady." -Feltham. ARMANDO CALABRESE No. 5 N. Y. U. "Armand" General Basketball Team Corridor Patrol Track Team "To live long, it is necessary to live slowly." -Cicero. 5 S Page Twenly-one Page Twenty-two ANTHONY CALABRO No. 32 Columbia ucorkyn General Little Theatre Orchestra Boosters' Club - V. P. Chess Club Student Voice French Club Band - Pres, Glee Club Those who complain most are the most to be complained of." -Voltaire. LUCY CISKI No. 27 Undecided "Lou" C-4 Corridor Patrol Polish Club French Club "Silence is more eloquent than words." -Carlyle. ABRAHAM DERSHOXWITZ No. 1 N. Y. U. "Sonny" General Little Theatre Business Stall Aeroplane Club Debating Club "Defer not till tomorrow to be wiseg Tomorrow's sun may never rise." -William Congreve. ' MARY DONOVAN St. Johrfs N. Y. U. "Bubbles" C-4 Corridor Patrol Leaders' Club Basketball Law Club "Of manners gentle, of affections mild." -Pope DOROTHY EICKEN No. 9 Webster "Ickey" C-4 Law Club Spanish Club Corridor Patrol "No sky is heavy, if the heart be light." Churchill. ANGELINA FERRI No. 9 Undecided "Frenchie" General Sports Club Italian Club Corridor Patrol Press Club Business Staff Play "Sunshine, either in the world or in mankind, is an invaluable gift of Heaven." -E. P.Day. WILLIAM FLANAGAN St. Michae1's Columbia College of journalism "Flip" General 12A Bc 12B Pres. Band Press Club Basketball Sport Ed. of "Student Voice" Law Club Track Senior Class Play Student Council V. P. Little Theatere Sport Ed. of "Ferris Wheel" Corridor Patrol Pres. "Honored by many but loved by all." -Allen. JEANETTE GOLD No.1 Georgian Court "Nettie" General Student Voice "Neat, but not florid, easy and yet lively." - EILEEN HENNESSEY No. 37 Cornell "I-Ienny" General Little Theatre Pres. Orchestra Basketball Office Staff Sec'y Debating Club Sec'y Usherette Ferextra Staff Corridor Patrol Play "Wisdom is the talent of buying virtuous pleasure at the cheapest rate." -Henry Fielding. EDWARD HOEFFNER NO. 9 Undecided "Heff" General Business Staff Play "It is no point of wisdom for a man to beat his brains about things impossible." -G. Hakewell. I Q Page Twenly-three i i A Page Twenty-four HELEN KARBASZ No. 37 N. Y. U. "Chickie" C-4 Student Council Business Staff Corridor Patrol Polish Club "Patience and fortitude conquer all things." -Emerson. MIRIAM KOOK No. 37 Websters "Mimi" C-4 Alumni Honor Society Photo Editor Law Club Student Council Spanish Club Service League Bank teller Little Theatre Corridor Patrol Usherette Press Club "There is only one proof of ability-action." ANGELINA LIBERATORE No. 5 N. Y. U. "Dolly" C-4 Basketball Honor Society Archery Club Law Club Italian Club Sec'y Corridor Patrol Photo Staff "A true friend is forever a friend". -Mac Donald. MARGARET LILLIS St. Mary's Undecided "Margie" U C-4 Law Club Hiking Club Tennis Club Chess Club "A kind and gentle heart she had To comfort friends and foes". CHESTER LIPKA No. 37 Boeing Aero Inst. General Vice-Council Student Voice Chess Club Art Club Art has chosen Chester for its own, And in this work his skill he has shown. DOROTHY LOITERMAN No. 1 Undecided "Dottie" General Honor Society V. P. Humor Staff Literary Staff Corridor Patrol Alumni 11B Sec'y Photo Staff Play "A good presence is the best letter of recommendation." -Queen Elizabeth. DOMINIC MAZZACARO NO, 5 Hudson "Mazz" General Italian Club V, P. Corridor Patrol Business Staff Track Team "So I am whatever was, or is, or will beg and my evil no mortal ever took up." -Plutarch. WILLIAM McGUINNESS St. Mary Temple "Handsome" Asst. Mgr, Football Business Club Law Club Science Club Treas. Vice-Council V. P. "Many a man dies brooding in bitterness over the reputation he might have made, if he had his chance." -Bishop Francis J. McConnell. PETER MONACO NO. 32 Undecided "Pete" C-4 Italian Club "Silence is a great virtueg it covers folly, keeps secrets, avoids disputes, and prevents sin." -Penn. ANTOINE"IvI'E NUDICUS NO. 37 Undecided "Nettie" N. P. Basketball Photo Stag Corridor Patrol Art Club "Sincerity and truth form the basis of every virtue." -Hugh Blair. A S S Page Twenty-fve 4 Page Twenty-.tix ANNA PANZINO No. 32 Undecided "Panzie" General Student Council Pres. Basketball Student Voice Athletic Board Senior Class Play Italian Club V. P. Law Club Pres, Prom Comm. Ass't Ed. Ferris Wheel Usher Staff "And she is fair, and, fairer than that word, of won- drous virtuesf' -Shakespeare. LYDIA POLICHEMI No. 11 Undecided "Lee" C. P. Honor Society Pres. Debating Club Little Theatre Italian Club Student Voice Editor "Wise men are instructed by reasong men of under- standing, by experience." --Cicero. EMANUEL RAICHELSON No. 5 Undecided "Manny" General Corridor Patrol Law Club "Eat to please thyself, but dress to please others." -Franklin. LUCY RICCIARDELLI N0. 37 N. Y. U. "Lou" C-4 Italian Club Student Council Corridor Patrol Office Stall Leaders' Club Basketball ' Literary Staff There's nothing worth the wear of winning But laughter, and the love of friends CONCETTA RICCIARDI No. 9 N. Y. U. "Connie" C-4 Basketball Italian Club Corridor Patrol Play Beauty is the goal of hope. DANIEL ROSENBLUM No. 32 Cornell "Cowboy" General "Of all days, the one that is most wasted is that on which he has not laughed." S. R. N. Chamfort. CHARLES A. SANFILIPPO St. Mary Undecided "Sam" Boosters Fencing Club "Silence never betrays you." -O'Reilly. ROSE FLORENCE SBANO N0. 5 N. Y. U. "Chubby" Corridor Patrol Business Club Tennis Law Club Italian Club AKick Pin Ball Basketball "The laughter of girls is, and ever was, among the delightful sounds of earth." -Quincy. RUTH SEIDMAN No. 9 N. Y. U. C-4 Spanish Club Little Theatre Corridor Patrol Law Club "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." TI-IELMA SHEFTS NO. 9 Fordham "Tootsie" C-4 Business Staff Spanish Club Corridor Patrol Humor Staff "A lovely girl is above all rank." -Buckston, E E 2 .70 Page Twenty-:even l Page Twenty-eight DOROTHY SILVERSTEIN No. 57 Cooper Union ..D0t.. C-4 Honor Society Business Staff Leaders'Club Law Club Press Club Literary Editor Little Theatre Glee Club Corridor Patrol French Club Alumni Club "The most manifest sign of wisdom is continued cheerfulnessf' ROSLYN SILVERSTEIN NO. 37 a Cooper Union "Roz" General Debating Club SeC'y Corridor Patrol Student Council Honor Society Treas. French Club Pres. Usherette Little Theatre Sec'y Alumni "Truth is the foundation of all knowledge and the cement of all societies." -Isaac Coraubon. GEORGE SPADORA No. 5 Undecided "Georgie" General Italian Club Pres. Student Council Honor Society Corridor Patrol Pres. Track Team Debating Club Senior Class Play 12A 84 12B V, P. Student Voice Business Mgr. "More is thy due than more than all can pay." -Shakespeare. BERNARD SPIRITO No. 32 Undecided "Benny" General Student Council Italian Club Corridor Patrol Honor Society "One good head is better than a great many hands." -Old Proverb. ANGELA STASIO No, 5 Vassar "Ange" y C-4 Student Council Usherette Corridor Patrol Cashier Little Theatre Archery Italian Club Basketball "The enthusiastic and pleasing illusion of youth." -Shorthause. ANGELINA TABBI ' No. 5 Borouth's Inst. "Tabbs" General Italian Club Little Theatre Corridor Patrol Usherette Vice-Council 12A Sec'y Law Club "Patience, endurance, and spiritual emotion are the essence of granite souls." -Rev. Ernest L. Mills. HERBERT TANNENBAUM No. 9 Undecided "Herby" General Honor Society Law Club Corridor Patrol Business Staff Play "With most men life is like a back-gammon-half skill and half luck." -O. W. Holmes. HELEN TUREWICZ No. 37 Undecided "Blondie" C-4 Corridor Patrol Polish Club Photo Staff Cashier French Club Treas. Business Staff Basketball "Thy fair hair my heart enchainedf' -Sidney. EDWARD J. TYBUS No. 37 Undecided ..Ed,, i C.P. Debating Club Pres Editor-in-chief Dues Committee Play "Speech is the messenger of the heart."-jewish Proverb. FLORENCE WEINTRAUB NO- 37 N. Y. U. "Flossie" General Sport Club Sec'y 12A Treas. Leaders' Club Usherette Little Theatre Sec'y Office Staff Basketball Fencing Club "Her smile will carry her a long way in her chosen Held." Page Twenty-nine Page Thirty MARY WINICK No. 9 Undecided C-4 Spanish Club Pres. Vice-Council Pres Honor Society Law Club Judge Humor Editor Alumni Play 11B V.P. "She who sings frightens away her ills." -Cervantes. SENIOR CLASS BALLOT Class Leader ............ Most Popular Girl ..... Handsomest Boy ...... Beauty .....,................... Best Dressed Girl ....... Best Dressed Boy ..,.... Orator .,.................... Teacher's Pet ........ Song Bird ..... Buddies .. ..... .. Pals ................... . Dancing Lady ...... Dancing Man ............. Tireless Talker ........,......... Most Ambitious Girl ........ Most Ambitious Boy ....... Modest Miss .......,..........,... Bashful Beau .......................... Did Most for Ferris fGirlj Did Most for Ferris fBoyj Sure Success .....................,...... Best School Spirit .............. Musician fGirlj ...... Musician QBoyj ...... Comedian ............ . William joseph Flanagan . Ann Panzino . Herbert Tannenbaum . Concetta Ricciardi . Ann Panzino . Emanuel Raichelson . Edward Tybus . George Spadora . Angelina Ferri . Bernard Spirito and George Spadora . Angelina Stasio and Angelina Tabbi . Ruth Siedman . Emanuel Raichelson . Rose Sbano . Roslyn Silverstein . Edward Tybus . Angelina Liberatore . Armando Calabrese . Lydia Polichemi . William joseph Flanagan . Dorothy Loiterman . Ann Panzino . Eileen Hennessey . Anthony Calabro . William McGuinness CLASS or JUNE, 1957 The members of the Class of june, 1937, embarked upon their Senior Year under the genial chairmanship of Jerome Haggart. Organization, accompanied by violent cam- paigning, resulted not only in a landslide for the elected officers but disclosed the latent ability of many members. The merging of this large group hitherto engaged in various extra curricular activities meant many new friendships, closer associations, and an ever-increasing loyalty to Ferris. Although outnumbered two to one, the boys of the class clamored insistently to display their terpsichorean talent. Their opportunity came when, in conjunction with the out- going class, they gave the Senior Sport Dance. The gaiety of the evening proved the success of the affair, and demonstrated their ability to foster future activities. The Class of June, 1937, enters its final term confident, and pledged to uphold the standards of Ferris. JEROME HAGGART, President CLARA MAZALESKI, Assistant Secretary JEANETTE LENSKA, Vice-President ANN MAZZEO, Treasurer HELEN SWIERBINSKA, Secretary ANNA EILON, Historian HELEN KING, Faculty Advisor Page Tlvirty-one CLASS HISTORY It was pretty terrible at first--like going back to grammar school. They called us Dickinson Annex, and they may as well have called us "Frivolous Sal"-we felt peculiar enough. It was as if they had sent us away from the party just before the ice cream was passed around. Of course we knew this feeling shouldn't be there-we were, after all, people, and 'high school students. But that's the trouble with an annex-people who live in annexes are really living in glass houses. So there we were in a glass house-a glass house called Dickinson Annex. And there was Dickinson looking down at us from the hilltop ! D We were self-conscious and ill at ease, and sometimes the sun got very hot. Then we figured, "What's wrong with living in a glass house? What's wrong with living in a glass house if you can learn to be proud of what's going on there ?" There wasn't any- thing wrong that we couldn't make right so we set to work and made things right. We started The Scribe, a class room paper, and it evolved into The Slzzdent Voice, and in the evolution, the mimeographed form was left behind, and now we have the printed paper. Organizations grew at the same rapid pace from the same germ of action- Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Track Qof course there were other cultural develop- mentsj. We were too busy to notice people watching us, and thereby became all the more worth watching. Pretty soon we weren't an annex, but a high school-the james I. Ferris High School. And we weren't living in a glass house-or were we? We won- dered, and then decided that we were, because after all, life is a glass house. Would you call life an annex? No. Life is living-doing things. There was a place for frivolity, so we went on a boat ride. It was a jolly boat ride, and we enjoyed it. Every- body went, and it became more than just a boat ride because for the first time james J. Ferris High School was acting as a unit. Being frivolous together, playing together, made us realize that we had been working together all the time. Our Senior Class is still a part of the unit-being merely the side which faces the sun. The first Senior play has passed into the shadows, and the sun is shining on the Ferrir Wheel. The success or failure of this Yearbook rests in what it means to you. It can be no less than an honest report of progress, always turning. Next year another class will face the sun. Q Page Thirty three CLASS CALENDAR Samuel Pepys, betimes, and Mary Astor, betimes also, were the two most famous diarists. The present writer does not aspire to be either one. Mrs. Roosevelt comes closer to the present writer's aspirations. But aspirations aside, this diary will not reflect Samuel, Mary, or in a far different sense, Mrs. Roosevelt. As a matter of fact, it will not reflect anything, being more of a recording than a reflection. It should really begin: "This is William joseph Flanagan, speaking to you over station J. J. F. H." fmeaning james J. Ferris Highj. However, as a recording it could not be used on the major net- works, so maybe we'd better just call it a notebook and let it go at that. SEPTEMBER 9-Met the old gang today, and boy, was I glad to see them! Oh yes, and boy, too, was I glad to see boat ride movies in P. M. Assembly, twice. 10-After history period, Year Book staff held a meeting which lasted far less than a year, but which no doubt will linger until name, theme, and circulation drive for Year Book is settled. 11-Lou Lepis and his footballers demonstrated blocking, etc., on Thursday-mentioned Friday because otherwise Friday would be all fish, and some beef is necessary for general stability. 15-Toothache yesterday. Assistant diary keeper fell down on job-completely ignor- ing Ed Hoeffner's return to school. - 16-Pow-Wow held, and Year Book named The Ferris Wheel. This writer. hopes that it will go 'round and 'round, and come out here. flt HASU 17-Vic ftrackteamj Falango, and Lou Qlikewisej Scerbo, won medals. Mr. Miller introduced Cheerleading Cheerubs, who cheered. 18-Hurricane hit Jersey City-started The Ferris Wheel circulation. 21-Went to Paul's for a sundae. Went to Student Voice today, which is Monday. 22-Felt pretty sleepy. . 25-Bell saved me in algebra-would not have been able to come out for another round. 24-Was given part in "For God and Spain." Will play part of Castillio-another actor will play Columbus. 25-My "Ferextra" poster hung on bulletin board today. Fire drill called to give student body opportunity to look at same. 28-"Ferextra" came out with winning score in our favor. 29-"Ferextra" going strong. 30-Giants won 6-1, or aren't you interested in the World's Series? I OCTOBER 1-Cheerubs still cheering cheerfully. 2-President Franklin Roosevelt came to jersey City! 5-Benny Spirito still in Medical Center-sans appendix. 6-Pictures for The Ferris Wheel came out-looked like passport photos! Page Thirty-four 7-Rehearsed play-still cast as Castillio. 8-Painted barrels in role of Castillio--got plenty paint on pants. 9-Costumer sore about paint. 12-Columbus plays part of Columbus. Castillio takes holiday. 13-Holiday success-Castillio now being paged as "Mr. Tweedy." 14-Corky and I debated Lydia Polichemi and Grace Adrey. P. S.-You car1't win. 15-Now play bass drum in band. Was measured for a sweater--drum and all! 16-Played seven new songs, fwith sweaterj, on drum. 19-Football game called on account of rain-played eight numbers by hand. 20--Memorial-Ferris game. Tie score. Both bands joined to play "Success" 21-Visited Snyder High to hear commercial artist talk on year books. 22-Ferris won Fire Prevention poster contest second prize-losing first prize to Snyder by a "hose" 23-Eschewed basketball scrimmage in favor of band practice. 26-Scrimmaged till five-ate sandwich at Paul's to make up for poundage lost in scrimmage. 27-Senior skit rehearsal. 28-Full dress rehearsal-much fun with top hats and tails. 29-Played part of president in class skit-vice-president as usual unnoticed. 30-Wore sweater to classes-drum and all! NOVEMBER 2-Go to polls tomorrow. 3-Polls open all day. 4-Roosevelt elected ! QSCOOP !j 5-"Nothing but the truth," or Seniors don't lie. Try-outs tomorrow. I'm gonna wear my sweater. 6-Corky and I didn't wait for try-out-went to band practice. Good thing I wore my sweater. 9-No more sweater-just drum. 10-Play cast. Got lead. People keep following me. 11-Armistice Day. 12-Plans made for Senior Dance-World's Champion Speed Typist gave exhibition of typing-not dancing! 13-Friday, too'-and three tests today. 16-Benny Spirito now in Ferris-still sans appendix. 17-Ejected urchins from possible appearance in faculty picture. 18-No drum-just sweater! 19-Won two football tickets on cheer-cheered me considerably! 20-Brought drum up to Press Room-looking for news beat! 23-Brought drum back from Press Room after beating Union Hill. 24-Corky gave melkey to Drum Room--can't play off key-play off drum! 30-Lost game to Lincoln. Played off key-in spite of drum. fEditor's Note:-It's notes like the above that make people give up keeping notes, and this writer is no exception!j Page Thirty-fi U6 "DEFINITION" The STAR was remote and too concerned with his own conceit to be of any value to your story teller. The STAR was merely a "Four Letter Man" who wore sweaters as if the letters were all that mattered. The STAR was a pretty cold propostion, and wouldn't be mentioned here except for his influence on the life of Eve. Eve was a lovely girl with hair darker than you'd think, and eyes that were equally dark and laughing. On top of that, she was much smarter than an admirer of the STAR should really be. Eve was in love with the STAR, however, and the fact that she was smart didn't matter at all. To Fred, who was in love with Eve, and to her brother jimmy, it mattered a lot, and was as significant as the average broken heart,-or as the average broken vase, for that matter. It happened in the living room. Fred threw the vase at jimmy, and it almost hit Eve as she came in. When Eve inquired, the reason was forthcoming. The STAR was a better football player, dancer, and looker than Fred, according to jimmy. The pity of it was that Eve agreed with jimmy, and jimmy was only kidding. The two boys were pretty blue brooding over a problem engendered by the STAR'S swelled head-vaguely hoping that the head would burst, and solve all problems. There wasn't a chance, however, and practical jimmy tried to figure something else. Fred wasn't much help-he just sat there like a bad cold. Girls pleasingly plump, girls, pretty, plain, good-natured, catty, intelligent, stupid or even beautifpl were there at Cherrydale High ready and able to solve problems. They could have solved Fred's, but Fred was a mere "three letter man," and the letters spelled If you can imagine a fellow sitting there reading funny sheets and identifying him- self with Caspar Milquetoast, Andy Gump, and similar futile characters, you can imagine Fred. It was lunch period, and Fred's appetite had been spoiled by a glimpse of Eve out there on the campus looking at, not funny sheets, but the STAR while he tormented a football with studious and superior kicks. Eve was gasping with admiration while poor Fred continued his distinctly unpleasureable perusal of, otherwise funny, sheets. Meanwhile jimmy got an idea and planted it in the Press Room of the school news- paper. The idea bore fruit a few days later in an anonymous gossip column. There, dropped like the apple on Newton, was a definition of "Athlete's Head." It was more than a definition-it was a cap large enough to fit the STAR. Everybody saw how well it fitted except the STAR-and Eve. Eve cried and jimmy had to read the definition fifteen times before Eve was willing to admit that Fred was actually a better, or at least, more modest hero, not only in football but in fifteen other departments of personality. Now everything is all right. jimmy has been forgiven for writing the damaging definition. Eve did the forgiving-the STAR just never got around to it. The STAR simply faded out and we'd be sorry, of course, except for remembering that he really wasn't worth our opening paragraph. 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After electing officers, the following committee chairmen were appointed: Bulletin Board, Lucy Ricardellig Entertainment, John Wasielewskig Booster Button Sales, Bernard Dineen, and Corridor Patrol, john Klocko. The council then accepted the following objectives: 1, To sponsor and support all worthy student activties, 2, To promote better cooperation and understanding between the student activity groupsg 3, To participate actively in the State Council Association. In order to encourage students to attend the home football games the student council successfully sponsored a drive to sell one thousand tickets to the Union Hill game. Through the cooperation of Mr. Miller the council was able to secure the tickets at a special rate for the pupils. The Ferris Student Council sent the Misses Ann Znaiden and Rita Engles and Mr. john Klocko to the convention at Trenton. Upon their recommendation, President joseph Andrzejewski appointed a committee to consider a point system for the purpose of con- trolling and recognizing student participation in extra-curricular activities. Each activity was represented on the point system committee and the following com- mittee chairmen and faculty advisors were selected: Credits ....... ........ W illiam Flanagan, Miss Ehring Records ....... ....... I ohn Russoniello, Mrs. Pinkham Awards ..........,,.. ......... E ileen Hennessey, Mr. Ferlow Administration ............................,.......,. Clara Mazalewski, Mr. Mailly Students and teachers will have an opportunity to indicate their opinion on the pro- posed plans before they are adopted and put into effect next term. President ....,...... ...................... I oseph Andrzejewski Vice-Presidents ..... ....... J ohn Klocko, john Wasielewski Treasurer ,.,.,.. ........................... B ernard Dineen Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., ...... A ngela I.0la Faculty Adviser ....... ........ M r. Mailly Page Tlazriy mne Page Forty "SENIOR CLASS PLAY" ls it possible to tell the absolute truth, even for twenty-four hours? Yes, it is. At least that feat was accomplished by Bob Bennett, the hero of "Nothing But The Truth," the play presented in the auditorium by the Senior Class on the evening of january nine. However, the bet he made placed him in such embarrassing situations that Bob almost lost his friends, his business partners, and his fianceefmuch to the amusement of the audience. The success of this, the hrst Senior Play of Ferris High School, should be an inspiration to succeeding classes. We have but blazed the trailg may you who follow us make of it a broad highway. CAST Robert Bennett .....,.. ........ X Villiam Flanagan Mrs. E. M. Ralston .,.......... Dorothy Loiterman M. Ralston .....,.....,......,....... George Spadora Ethel Clark .............. .......,........... A nn Ferti Dick Donnelly ...,.,,,...,,.,. Herbert Tannenbaum Mabel jackson ........ ...,..... M ary Winick Clarence Van Dusen ................ Edward Heffner Sable Jackson ...... .......,.. E ileen Hennessy Bishop Doran ....,......... ........ E dward Tybus Martha .....,..,,... ....,. C oncetta Ricciardi Gwendolyn Ralston ....... Anna Panzino Director .... Miss K. W. Martin The "Student Voice" welcomes the first "Ferris Wheel." With the benign wisdom of two years' growth, we gaze with awe and esteem at the new publication. We know the laboring courage it takes. From an humble beginning as a mimeographed copy in 1934 to the the thrill of the first printed issue in '35 was a short but difficult step for us. Another year with the seeming con- fusion of copy, the frenzied last-minute call for more news, the racing about to gather it, the heated debates in the press room, and the school paper had grown-up. This term we established our first exchange and with the Seniors who leave us we feel we make our debut. They "made" the first "Student Voice" and we are ready to follow the patternito provide Ferris students with an opportunity to serve and be served. STUDENT VOICE STAFF Editor-in-Chief Features Lydia Evelyn Polichemi Grace Adrey -Associate Editors Helen Bogdiewicz Ruth Ludwin Florence Hennessey john Sheehan Business Sports William Flanagan, Editor Angelo Di M60 Herbert Manowitz Ruben Lubitzky Dorothy Schwaegler joseph Piserchia STUDENT VOICE Page Forty-one i HONOR SOCIETY fWe prey! 011 toward! the goalj The Ferris Honor Society is now completing its fifth term of exist- ence under the able guidance of its advisors: Miss McMartin, Miss Lee, Mrs. Kelly, and Miss Ackerman. In the future, as in the past, this society will foster Education. However, the club does wish to stimu- late the desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character. To be eligible for membership, the postulant must have completed two years of high school work, and must have earned an Honor Certifi- cate for the preceding semester. Likewise, he must have demonstrated evidences of leadership, character, and service satisfactory to three members of the school faculty, who will ,offer vouchers for this in writing. The meetings, unless otherwise designated, take place every other Monday. During the past term outside speakers gave short talks at these meetings. They proved to be so delightful and educational that a similar program will be planned for the coming term. Helen Bogdziewisz Mary Chmielewska Concetra Ciappa Minnie Daves Marie Ferrazoli Adele Gordon Henrietta Kothe Liocadia Kozar Anne Kudzin Members Dorothy Loiterman Leo Loiterman Ruth Ludwin Blanche Malinowska Clara Mazaleski Helen Nadratowska Margaret Orrico Samuel Palinsky Florence Sadlow Anna Sadowska Dorothy Silverstein Roslyn Silverstein Josephine Sitkiewicz George Spadora Helen Swierbinska. john Urbanski Francis Scerbo john Zastocki President ...............,................................ Clara Mazaleski Vice-President ....... ...... H elen Swierbinska Secretary ...........,.. ............ A dele Gordon Treasurer ...... ...... D orothy Loiterman Page Forly-M00 HGNOR SOCIETY Page Forty-four F ERRIS BAND Hail to our newly organized band! It has at the present, twenty-three uniformed members and has contributed its tuneful and inspiring melodies to many of our athletic events. This organization has proved itself to be the possessor of enduring patience and faith- fulness. During the summer vacation, the members came to school once a week to prac- tice in order that Ferris might have a band of which it could be proud. Truly, we are proud of this organization. In spite of all the hardships which it has confronted, the band is now greeted as one of the most flourishing and most deserving organizations of the school. No praise is too great for the director, Mr. Schwartz, who has frequently sacrificed his time for us. Vacancies are open in the band, to all students who are interested. We look for- ward to a larger, even more flourishing band in the near future. Drum Major ................................................................ Anthony Massa President ,,,.,,.,..,,. ......,.. A nthony Calabro Vice-President ,,r, ....... V incent Liberatore Secretary ,,,,,,,,,, ............, E mil Mellon Librarian ,,.,,,,,., ........ H arold Weiss Moritz Schwarz Mr. Donovan Director ...,...,...... Faculty Advisor ..... The Ferris High School Orchestral Society is a pioneer organization in our school. It dates back to Dickinson Annex days-there were only twelve inexperienced players then. Now we have an organization of Fine musicians of which we are proud. They played at Dickinson Evening High School commencements, at our plays, and they will play at our commencement. Our orchestra, under the guidance of Mr. Schwartz, is pledged to the finest ideals of the musical art. It endeavors to blaze a trail of musical culture in our school. Walter Wodjewodski, our concert master, is quite a talented artist himself. His accomplishments, which are many, range from the playing of stringed instruments to the blowing of wind instruments. It is said also that he will be the twirler for our school band next season. The members will not be content until every student in Ferris who knows how to play an instrument, becomes a member of their organization. Director ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,r. Prof , Moritz Schwartz Concert Master ,,..... ...,.. W alter Wod CWOdSki ORCHESTRA Page Forty-Jive The James J. Ferris Glee Club, under the able direction of Professor Moritz E. Schwartz, has successfully completed another term of activity, The large increase in membership shows the interest of the students in music. The members of the Glee Club have worked hard and diligently acquainting themselves with music and songs of the better type. The Club has for its aim and purpose the developing of ability in singing and the expression of that ability in assembly. The Glee Club has participated in the assem- blies, and in several pageants. The meetings of the organization are held in the auditorium every Monday afternoon. Some of the songs and musical pieces which the club has studied, include: "The Miller's Daughter," "Forget-Me-Not,', "Rosita,', "Woodland," and "Olaf Trygrasonf' We hope that the Glee Club will continue its rapid growth and development. President ...........,,...,.,.. ,...................,...................,......... R uth Ludwin Vice-President ........ ........ H 21r0ld Weiss Secretary ,,,.,,,,,, ........ F lorence Sadlow Treasurer ,,,., ....... H enry Daskosky GLEE CLUB Page Forty-fix DEBATING SOCIETY Debating is ones best training for a successful life. When our members graduate and enter the outside world, they will profit from the training which they have received in our organization. In years to come they will travel far ahead in life, and, looking back, they will say that the Debating Society of Ferris High School was responsible for much of their success. Soon after our school was opened, the students who were interested in debate, public speaking, and parliamentary law, gathered together and formed the Senior Debating Society, with Mrs. Pinkham as their faculty adviser. Last year we debated Dickinson and Henry Snyder High Schools. This year we have arranged for a triangular debate among Ferris, Emerson and Dickinson, which will take place in February. President .......... .... Vice-President ........ Secretary .......... Treasurer ......... Parliamentarian Faculty Advisor Edward Tybus .......Clara Mazaleski Shirley Frushtick Franklin Glaser john Wasielewski Mrs. H. R. Pinkham Page Foriy-:even Forty-eight LITTLE THEATRE m LITTLE THEATRE The words of Epictetus, "Practice yourself in little things, and thence proceed to greater", have been the motto of the Little Theatre since its inception. Originally organ- ized on a small scale to give those students interested in the theatre an opportunity to display their talents as well as to foster in the school a liking and appreciation of things dramatic, it stands today fully developed. From merely a group whose expectations reached no further than interesting and instructive meetings, it has grown to be the main source of material for auditorium programs, not only supplying student speakers, but one-act plays for entertainment. The Little Theatre has adopted the one-act play as the most fitting medium for the expression of its aim. Such a medium allows the widest scope for dramatic talent, as well in the number as in the variety of roles. It affords the fullest opportunity for im- provement in stage presence, stage voice, and stage technique. How successful our endeavors have been may be evidenced by the reception afforded the plays presented at various auditorium assemblies, and the response to the shows given to support the various school activities. Our plans for the coming term are even more ambitious. President ....... Vice-President .. Secretary ........ Treasurer .......... Faculty Advisor Eileen Hennessy ....... Jerome Haggart Florence Hennessy Florence Weintraub Miss K. W. Martin Page Forty-nine Page Fifty "Il Circolo Italiano Colombo" To the first graduating class of Ferris High School, "Il Circolo Italiano Colombo' forwards its sincerest wishes of good luck and sure success. 'Alla mente confusa di dubbio e di dolore, soccorri, o mio Signore, col raggio della Fe." -by Giuseppe Guisti. Under the able guidance of Mr. Graziano, the Italian Club has flourished. At each meeting the different committees present varied programs of both educational and enter- taining subjects. Last year the club visited "La Casa Italiana" in New York. In the future Mr. Graziano hopes to present an evening's entertainment in Italian. The organization has fulfilled its purpose well, that is, to become better acquainted with the culture and achievements of the country whose language they study. Famous men of Italy, their exploits and all that concerns Italy, comprise topics discussed at the meetings. President ......... ..,... G eorge Spadora Vice-President .....i. ,e.,........... C lara Ciappa Secretary ......... ...... A ngelina Liberatore Treasurer ....... ........... M ary Ciappa The Polish Youth Club under the supervision of Mr. Peplowski, was organized in April, 1935. Its progress has been rapid since its founding, and we look forward to even more flourishing years. The club offers to its members various types of entertainment, such as lectures by prominent Polish people, and discussions of Polish topics. It is an association which acquaints the members with the customs, art, language, literature and music of the Polish people. A number of trips have been made to museums to witness Polish exhibits, and these proved to be of great value and interest to the club members. Any student interested in the Polish language may become a member of this outstand- ing organization by registering at one of the meetings. Meetings are held every second Friday at 2:30 in Room 113. One of the most successful undertakings of the club was the Polish play presented last term in Public School No. 37. The play was a romance-comedy under the title of "Wesele Zosif' The proceeds were given to the General School Fund. President ...............r.,............................r................. Mary Chmielewski Vice-President ....... ....... A nne Kudzin Secretary ,..r,,,,. ........... I eanette Lenska Treasurer ,,,,,,,,.,,,,.. ....,.. H elen Konarhewska Faculty Advisor .....,,. ........ M r. B. Peplowski THE POLISH YOUTH CLUB Page Fifty one in THE CHESS CLUB The Chess Club was organized in 1954 in order to further the knowledge of chess Ferris, with Mr. Rosenberg as Faculty Advisor. At present Mr. Booth is acting in that capacity. A The Chess Club is a member of the Jersey City Chess Society and at present ranks in thi Its purpose is to give chess enthusiasts a chance to exercise their hobby. rd place. Every Thursday the club meets for practice. Now there are fifteen members. President ..............................................................,... Seymour Wolman Vice-President ....... ....... A nthony Calabro Business Manager ........ ...... H arold Weiss Faculty Advisor ,....... ..,,.... M r. Booth Page Fifty-Iwo ARCHERY I rho! an arrow in Ike air. It fell to earth, I knew nal where. -Longfellow. Last year a group of students became interested in archery as an extra curricular acti- vity. With the assistance of Miss Curtis and with Miss Pickett as advisor, the Archery Club was organized. The technique of shooting was learned in the gymnasium, and later, contests were held out of doors. To the unskilled observer, archery may seem uninteresting, but there is a thrill to the initiate in the Hight of the arrow from his bow. We have no fear that this sport will not grow in popularity in Ferris. FENCING CLUB The Fencing Club was started during the Spring term of 1936 in response to many requests from students who were interested in the sport. Membership has increased con- siderably since last September and some of the members are becoming quite proficient in both foil fencing, and the use of the saber. The object of the Club is to give both boys and girls an opportunity to learn the art, to participate in fencing bouts for both physical and mental development, and for the enjoyment that fencing affords. This sport, which is comparatively little known in this country, is one that has a long and interesting historical background. It is a sport that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. It affords excellent training in nervous co-ordina- tion, bodily control, and also stresses the attributes of courtesy, fair play and good sports- manship. The faculty advisor of the sport is Mr. Keyes. Page I 1 ly three BANKING CLUB The purpose of this organization is to encourage the habit of saving among the student body of Ferris High Schoolg thus laying the foundation for a thrifty, wholesome, and socially-worthwhile adult life. The members of the Banking Club are the cashiers and assistant cashiers of all the assembly rooms in the school. They take collections of bank deposits every Tuesday morning and afternoon and bring them to the bank where the deposits by rooms are tabulated and the individual deposits are sent to the central depository, The Hudson City Savings Bank. The records of the Banking Club for this, the first term of its existence, disclose the following information: Total number of students who have opened accounts ............ 1,064 Total amount deposited during the term ..................,... 353,159.60 Average amount deposited weekly ............. 287.25 Average number of weekly deposits ...................,.................... 560 The officers of the Banking Club prophesy a membership of 1500 students by june, 1936, and total deposits of approximately 510,000 President ..................,........................................... Stella Rukowicz Vice--President .,..... ....... J ohn Di Barba Secretary ......... ....... H elen Karbacz Treasurer .,.,.....,.,....... ...... R oslyn Silverstein A.M. Representative ..., ...... C armen Scecchitano P.M. Representative ....,... ...... I eanette Lenska Faculty Advisor ...... ...... M r. Rosenberg Page Fifty-fam BANKING CLUB Page Fifty-fi FERRIS WHEEL AGENTS "Any money today ?" has been the cry of the Ferris Wheel Agents during the past term. The task of securing subscriptions for the Ferrir Wheel was a hard one. But it was most ably and efficiently discharged by this willing group of students. So well did the collectors do in their sales campaign that over one thousand books sold. Imagine one thousand books subscribed for in the school of only two thousand students! This feat was accomplished only by daily urging and persistence. The students were glad to pay for their books, as in no other way could they escape the hounding of the agents. In order to show its appreciation of the work done by the agents, several prizes were offered to those receiving the largest number of subscriptions. ' The class that first reached one hundred per cent of paid-up subscriptions was awarded two copies of this Ferrir Wheel. It is remarkable that the winner turned out to be a class of Freshmen, Miss Kerwin's class. Page Fiffy-.fix This group of young ladies, selected from the 12A and 12B classes, serves at all social functions of our school. They are trained to greet and escort to their seats with courtesy and grace, all visitors to our plays, musicals and commencements. They meet every second and fourth Friday of the month, and spend their time in discussion, study, and practice of the manners and customs of polite usage. For, observ- ing the important place in the world that the cultured woman of today holds, they realize how much depends upon one's ability to make people respect her. Learning to make the best of her personality by the constant consideration of the rights and feelings of others, and by the observance of the fundamentals of good manners, each usher aims to attain in the world in which she will find herself a year from now, the reputation of a woman of refinement. They, too, believe that, "One's influence is one's birthright and his epitaph. It can make one ephemeral, inconsequential-or it can sing through the years." Chief Usher Assistant Chief Secretary ......... Lucy Riciardelli Helen Turewicz Helen Swierzbinska Treasurer .,,,.. A .,....., ......,.. F lorence Galasso Faculty Advisor USHER STAFF Miss K. W. Martin Page Fifty-:even 'I Unheralded and unsung, the students who help in the office form an important unit in, the efficiency with which any high school functions. The Student Office Staff consists almost entirely of volunteers who sacrifice their study periods for the best interest of the School. They always have a Hair for office routine, and are willing, conscientious, and trustworthy. There are a very few who are assigned to the work, and these, too, possess the same desirable traits. The experience they receive in office practice may prove valuable training for their careers in business. Each of the teacher office assistants has her own student help, and there is a wide variety of duties to perform. 3 One of the most helpful of the accomplishments of this student group is the service , rendered each term to the Teacher Schedule Committeee. The school is fortunate, indeed, in having such capable assistants in its office work. Mr. Traina, Miss Curtis, Mr. Seely, Miss Roth, Miss Price, Miss Carlson, Miss Cox, Miss Hart, Miss jinoch, all acknowledge gratefully the help of these students. THE STUDENT OFFICE STAFF Page Fifty-eiglal SENIOR BUSINESS CLUB OF FERRIS H. S. President .....,... ....... G eorge Spadora Vice-President .... ...... R osyln Silverstein Secretary ....S.. ..,... B lanche Szymanowicz Treasurer ,,.,........ .,......,.......... H elen Bogacz Faculty Advisor ............................................ Mr. R. Roblt. Rosenberg The nature of this organization is in great measure Post-Graduate. Each term out- standing commercial students, chosen on the basis of scholarship, personality, and char- acter are admitted to membership. Upon graduation they retain this membership, and shall return each term for a joint meeting with the undergraduate ten. This club holds five meetings each term, and as many special meetings as seem desir- able. The last meeting each term is a joint meeting of the Club's present membership, and the alumni members. The features of this meeting are threefold: 1-Business, 2-Dinner, 5-Theatre. 12A Beatrice Blauzwern Jeannette Lenska Helen Alexandrowicz Mary Chmielewska Lottie Karbasz Stella Rukowicz Rita Engels Anna Sadowska Helen Swierbinska Anne Kudzin Members 12B Helen Bogacz Bernard Spirito Helen Karbasz Mary Winick Dorothy Loiterman Dorothy Silverstein Roslyn Silverstein Blanche Szymanowicz Miriam Kook George Spadom Page Fifty-nine i THE LITERARY CLUB The Literary Club was formed by a group of girls who were interested in creative writing. At the first three meetings, poems were read and discussed. "Hill Hunger", by joseph Auslander and "Old Nurnbergu by Grace Hagard Conkling, were especially well liked. At present, the members of the club are studying a play by Edna St. Vincent Millay, called "Aria da Capo". The principal characters are two shepherds, called Corydon and Thyrses, who allow their friendship for each other to be destroyed by petty rivalries and jealousy. The shepherds no longer remember the original cause of their quarrelg but they are so consumed by envy and greed that their viewpoints have become distortedg and they ultimately kill one another. Dying, they realize how foolish they have beeng and they also know that the barriers raised between them were false. The club plans to continue its study of present-day poems, plays, and short stories. President ......... Vice-President . Secretary .......... ..... Treasurer ............ .... . . 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Q- ' JG.- Z x Sa' ,I -1+ ..-.m.,1,...y., 4. ..- Sixly FGOTBALL FOOTBALL Coach -v..--..--........... ...v.....,.,...................... L ouis Lepis ASSlStal'1t C0aCl'l ........ ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A I James CO-Captains ........ ...... L awrence Schultz, Guido Baratelli Student Manager .,.. ............,.,,......,,,,.,..,., H enry Stelmach Faculty Advisor .......................................,.............. William A. Miller Ever aspiring to the heights in football, the Ferris gridiron aggregation has continued in its second year of competition to build for itself a name that will be both feared and respected in scholastic circles. This has been the plan of the coaches to build slowly and wisely, that the ascendant star will not flare for a while and then return to oblivion. For the season of 1936, the Facuty Advisor, instead of scheduling opponents, in the teams class, opponents that our boys could easily beat and establish a name for themselves in that way, booked schools with a reputation. Such teams as Carteret, Lincoln, Union Hill, Thomas jefferson and Philipsburg, 1935 State Champions, were to be found on the Ferris schedule. The squad was the first County team to start its season, and the last to close it. On the third Saturday of September, the Bulldogs inaugurated their grid campaign against Roselle Park, at the latter's field. The teams fought evenly for the greater part of the game, but a fourth period "break" gave the Parkers a victory. Corbalis, standing in kick formation on his own three yard line, dropped a low pass from center. Roselle. Park recovered, and in three plays, capitalized the "break" into a 6-0 victory. The following Saturday, Ferris tasted the contents of the Victory Cup when they travelled to upstate New York to do battle with Port Jervis. A blocked kick in the first quarter gave the Bulldogs the ball on the opposing team's forty yard stripe. On a pass, Corbalis, to Boguszewski, the ball was advanced to the six yard line. Two plays later, Al Manzo fired a pass to Baratelli in the end zone for a touchdown. The game was devoid of further scoring until the last quarter when Guido Baratelli intercepted a "do or die" pass. The boys in Green and Gold marched to the ten yard line in six plays. On the following play, Manzo went wide around his left end and galloped over the last chalkline standing upg and to wind up a perfect day, he tossed a flat pass to Corbalis for the extra point and a 13--0 win. The home coming games with St. Peter's Prep was a gala affair with the team out- fitted in new uniforms and the school band making its Hrst appearance. The game proved to be an exciting one and an equally strong line of both teams repelled what scoring opportunities presented themselves. In the fourth quarter Ferris marched to the Prep three yard line but a determined Petrean line staved off the touchdown. The St. Peter's quarterback then took the situation into his own hands and piloted his team well into Ferris territory. From here, he managed to shake off one of his running mates loose and with perfect blocking, the Prep back found himself in an open field, but he tripped and fell on the eight yard line. Now it was the Bulldogs turn to put up a resistance and they did just thatg fighting as if their very lives depended upon the game, they held for four downs and then kicked out of danger. The game ended a short time later, a score- less tie. The next game was at the newly erected Lincoln Park Field against Park Ridge. The day of the game dawned dull and gray, a steady and heavy rain fell all morning and, at game time, the field was a quagmire of mud and water. Due to the condition of the Held, the playing of both teams was below par. The first half was uneventful, except for the fact that the Bulldogs failed to materialize a scoring opportunity in the first quarter. However, the last quarter told the story, a steady rainfall in the previous quarter made the field wetter than ever and after the Bulldogs had stopped a goal line march on the seven yard line, they elected to run the ball back. The first play lost four yards, and on the next, Corbalis fumbled the elusive and slippery pigskin on the one yard stripe. An alert Park Ridge end dove on the ball and his momentum carried him through the mud and over the goal line. The plunge for the point was good. Page Sixty-three The Memorial game was postponed because of rain and was played the following Tuesday night under the arc lights at Miller Stadium. True, the game ended in a score- less deadlock, but the fact that Ferris was superior in every department of the game stamped them as the outstanding performers of the evening. The scene of the following contest was at Elizabeth where the team met a powerful Thomas jefferson eleven. The "Jeffs" persistence in intercepting Ferris passes and returning them for touchdowns led to the Bulldogs downfall to the tune 38-0. The next weekend the team again went on the road and this time they met the un- beaten, untied and unscored upon team representing Carteret. The Ferris team was outscored but it left a glaring blotch on the Carteret record. Trailing 7-0 in the second period, Vic Falango, nimble-footed quarterback, took one of Corbalis' passes, side- stepped a man, let his interference form, and then sped forty yards for the first score on Carteret all season. The half ended with, a 7-6 count but after that it wasn't even close, Carteret pulling away to win handily 27-6. November 7 was an open date and with the results of the last two games lurking in their minds the boys began to prepare for the tussle with Philipsburg, 1936 New jersey Champions, to be played at Philipsburg. The Bulldogs were no match for their larger and more experienced opponents but they fought with dogged persistence and held the Champs to a 12-0 score. The Union Hill game saw another capacity crowd jam Montgomery Annex Field. The Orange and Blue aggregation was a heavy favorite and expected to win in a walk, but they didn't reckon with the Ferris fighting spirit. The first three periods were scoreless with the Bulldogs bottling up Charley Coniglio, Union backfield ace and leading County Scorer, and seeming to hold the upper hand on the offensive. The ice was broken midway in the last period. It looked as though the Hillers would finally score. They advanced the pigskin to the Ferris eleven but here Suminski, Venutolo, Hencken, Inverno and Slodowski formed a solid wall and held for four downs. Corbalis stepped back into the end zone and boomed a punt down to the Unions 30 yard line. Unable to gain, the Hillers kicked and Walt Dzitko carried the ball back to the 35. Corbalis pulled a surprise pass on the first down to Baratelli on the 25, the latter reversed his field, twisting, spinning, side-stepping his way past would-be tacklers until he crossed the payoff stripe with a Union tackler around his hips. A short time later, the Bulldogs were in scoring position aided by Baratelli's twenty-five yard jaunt. Three plunges took the ball from the eight to the three, and on the last down Vic Falango, substitute quarterback skirted right end for the clincher. Final score 12-0 St. Peter's failure to stop Dickinson threw cold water on Ferris hopes of a City and County title. Perhaps they were disheartened by this fact when they met Lincoln in the season's finale. Griffin plucked a Ferris aerial out of the snow filled 'ozone and scampered forty yards for the first score. Slashing line bucks, short passes and end runs gave the Lions another six pointer in short order. After this first quarter barrage, the Lincoln attack petered out and there was no further scoring. The struggle ended with Ferris on the short end of a 12-0 score. Lincoln being the only County team to cross the Bulldogs goal line. The Green and Gold with their seven towers of stone on the forward wall always provided a rock-ribbed defense. In the backfield, Falango, Corbalis and Dzitko were always in the spotlight, with Schultz, Baratelli and Manzo showing occasional streaks of sensation. No praise is too high for the gallant band of Bulldogs and their coaches for the showing it made against City and County opponents. WILLIAM FLANAGAN. Page Sixty four ,M CHEER LEADERS What are games without cheer leaders? As a band needs a leader, so do the crowds who attend our many games. Cheer leaders brighten up our games with their cheers. With their inspiring effort and support, we have tasted victory many times. Encouragement is needed to carry our teams in all their sport activities to victory. With the help of the cheer leaders and the rooting of the crowd a stronger fighting spirit is communicated to our boys. Many times victory brought to us through the help and support of the students. The squad is composed of eight members: Faculty Advisor ........ .................... .,... M r . W. Miller Captain .,........... .... Thomas Damato Mary Chajnocki Mildred Nagel Mary Maloney Mildred Zingara Rita De Stefano Yetta Silverstein William Cieri Page Sixty-,ive Page Szxly-ux BASKETBALL Coach ...,.,.....,... .....,.. J ohn Hickey Faculty Advisor ....,., ........ F . McCarthy Captain ........,..,. ....... G uiclo Baratelli Student Manager .... ........ T heo. Vlahopoulos ....-...f .- BASKETBALL The entrance of the Ferris Basketeers into the County Court League was a big step for a small school to take. Coach jack Hickey does not expect his team to burn up the League with outstanding victories, but then again, one cannot tell what the boys from Ferris will do. Last year the Bulldogs were no easy mark for any county team. None of the opposition would concede itself a victory over the Green and Gold until the final whistle had blown. The loss of many regulars, two highwscoring forwards, and two promising young guards has been a severe blow to the squad. Although they were not altogether too im ressive a ainst the o osition in earl ames, it ma be noticed that the oun and P S PP Y 8 Y Y 8 inex erienced bo s are showin marked im rovement as the cam ai n ro resses. P Y 8 P I P 8 P 8 At the center position, Neil O'Connell has proven himself a first rate pivot man, by virtue of his jumping ability, and his consistency in retrieving the ball from the back- board. Walt Dzitko, last season an alternate forward, is now holding down a post on the varsity. Dzitko, with his tall frame, should be a valuable asset to the team which was lacking in height last year. It is not necessary to introduce Vic Falango, forward, who starred on last year's team as a guard, and is known to all who saw his fast cutting and dribbling exhibitions last season. Guido Baratelli whose ability to slip the ball through the hoop from the foul line, is back again this year, fully recovered from the hand injury which he received during the football season. Bill Cieri, a new comer to the team, completes the varsity lineup. His speed is a huge advantage to the squad, and he has proved' to be a dangerous man whenever he gets his hands on the ball. Ike Venutolo, Ed Bartosowitz, Milt Lewis, Stan Rakowski, and joe Falowski make up the alternating unit. The Bulldogs meet teams which are the best in the county. Such sterling clubs as Dickinson, Memorial, Emerson, Demarest, Bayonne, Lincoln, Snyder and St. Michael's have to be met. As the season wears on, the team will be one which will be hard to beat. Coach Hickey has a wealth of junior material on hand which he will develop by next year or the following one, into a fine court aggregation. WILLIAM J. FLANAGAN. Page Sixty Jeven Page Sixty-Eight INTRA-MURAL BASKETBALL INTRA- MURAL BASKETBALL Advisor ....... ....... E mma Z. Curtis Coach ....... .........,.... .....A N a nnette 1. Ehring Captains 12B-Eileen Hennessey 12A-Rita Sweeney 11B-Rose Scivoletti ' 11A-Stella Bogdziewicz 10B-Stella Kramkowska 10A-Helen Normando 9B-Helen Paszkowska 9A-Sophie Rezler After a most enjoyable season last year the girls have responded whole-heartedly this term for basketball. So great is the interest in the game that each class will be repre- sented by a team. At present it seems as if the 11A's and 9B's will be giving the Senior teams quite some opposition. The passing attack and defense work has shown great improvement and the girls have become adept at handling the ball. Even with such excellent players as ,Eileen Hennessey and Lucy Ciski, the Senior B team will have to effect some fast team work in order to overcome the opposition offered by their lower classmates. This group, with Rita Sweeney and Helen Bogdzie- wicz responsible for the scoring end and supported by Mary Chmielewska and Frances Zampella as guards, the Senior A team, should be able to lead the way in competition. The girls are practicing faithfully and are looking forward to a most exciting and enjoyable series of games. Page Szxly mne S' TRACK AND CRCSS COUNTRY TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY Coach ..................... ....... J ohn Hickey FaCulty Advisor ........ ........ A lfred Devlin Track Captain .................. ....... V ictor Falango Cross Country Captain ...... ,,,,,,,. J arnes Zarowski Track Manager .................A..... .............. ,,,,.,.A, T h omas Damato Cross Country Manager ........................,,..,......,......,,,,,,,, Philip Kook The most meteoric rise to fame of any of the Ferris sports is the record which the track and cross country teams have established. Under the able guidance of jack Hickey, the excellent material which had given such promise the previous year blossomed forth and justified the praise which their mentor had accorded them. Captain Vic Falango and Lou Scerbo teamed up in the dashes, as they always do, placing first and second in the opening Port Richmond meet at Staten Island to win 44-33. The following meet marked the return of Memorial to track activity. But the Orange and Black of West New York picked on the wrong team to make their debut with for the Bulldogs were on their way to bigger things and they ran right through Memorial easily winning 67-24. So superior were the Ferris spiked shoe artists that they took first place in every event but the broad jump. The boys were picking up speed when they flew right past the St. Aloysius trackmen, breasting the tape a winner once again. This time the count was 59-22, Once again our team showed its clear superiority sweeping first places in all events but the 440 and the broad jump. The sterling performance of Falango, a dash man, Slodowski, a weight thrower, and Zarowski, a miler, who garnered twenty-live points among them featured the meet. The winning streak was briefiy interrupted with a 45-36 setback at the hands of Union Hill. However, the team came back strong to take a tri-angular meet from St. Peter's and St. Michael's by a large margin even going so far as to blank the St. Michael speedsters without a point. Lincoln was outrun in an exhibition meet. But Emerson put the dampers on the Bulldogs' title hopes by nosing out the Ferris cindermen in an exciting encounter which terminated the schedule. The hill and dale squad, a new team in Ferris sport annals astounded the scholastic track world by galloping their way to three victories and then losing a close meet at the end of the season. The harriers led off innocently enough with a 21-34 victory over St, Michaels. The following meet awoke all track mentors to the fact that the little school of Ferris had a team to be reckoned with when they knocked off Bayonne, the County Champions, 25-30. Adding insult to injury and at the same time showing the "stuff"' of which Ferris men are made, Tom Hawkes, who was far ahead of the field, sat down and waited until jim Zarowski caught up to him and then the two ran a dead heat to the tape. East Orange was an easy victim as the Bulldogs barely missed a perfect score by three points, winning 18-37. A surprise upset by St. .Aloysius cost the team a perfect season. The services of Hawkes, who was out with injuries, were sorely missed, however, the smooth striding captain, Zarowski, took top honors. The score of this heart breaking defeat was 26-29. Cross country lettermen are Zarowski, Hawkes, Papick, Cassidy and Custardo. To coach jack Hickey is owed a debt of gratitude, for through his efforts he has placed track and cross country on a par with the other major ranking sports of the school. WILLIAM FLANAGAN. Page Seventy one Page Seventy-Iwo BASEBALL Coach .............. ....... G eorge Wood Faculty Advisor ..... ......... M . F. Seely Captain ........... ..... G uido Baratelli Manager ......, ...... E dward O'Connor ---.4 :in 5 BASEBALL The spring of last year brought forth another team under the new-born banner of Ferris. Known as Dickinson Annex during the previous season, the baseball team trotted onto the field with the name Ferris neatly sewed in green letters on their uniforms. No one knew what to expect from the band of boys who were practicing so faithfully under the able tutelage of coach George Wood. Only four players had any previous experience. The others were green, one of the mainstays of the pitching staff was a freshman and only a few members of the team showed any power in hitting. After reading local press reports those in Scholastic Sport Circles decided that the team with its youth and inexperience was not expected to go anywhere. But although the squad closed the season with a record of six wins and nine losses, the season might be termed successful for the team played a surprisingly good brand of baseball, and provided trouble no end for county teams. The season started with freshman johnny Stanton twirling a ten inning 6-5 victory over Memorial, previous season County Champions. To prove that the Memorial win was no accident Ray Godleski and johnny Stanton teamed up together on the mound and came through with an 11-10 win over Dickinson. The winning punch was supplied by "Dutch" Schultz when he singled in the ninth with the bases full to give the Bull- dogs the runs necessary for victory. It also marked the third time that Ferris had come from behind to take the lead. Here the team slipped into a slough and the effects of overwork could be plainly seen in Godelski and Stanton who were dividing every game on the schedule between them. The result of the slump was four straight losses before Al Manzo's booming wagon tongue won the St. joseph's game in the form of a home run. The Bulldogs then went down before St. Peter's, Bayonne, Dickinson, Snyder and Lincoln in that order, three of the defeats being by close scores. The hitting of Dzitko, Manzo, Schultz, and Baratelli along with Biviano's line fielding was apparently going to waste until the team pulled through with a win over the Faculty and then closed the season by avenging the Snyder and St. Peter defeats. Thus with the first season behind it the Ferris baseball star is in its ascendancy. It rose to great heights this season and will surely rise higher with the coming of the next. WILLIAM j. FLANAGAN. Page Seventy three .- Page Seventy-four 2 'ii someflmcs farm ter than Page Sezfefzfy-fre Page Seventy-.fix FERRIS COMIC STRIP Maggie ............... P885 -------- 3 ------------- Moon Mullins ......... Kayo ................... Uncle Willie ....... Mamie ............. Flash Gordon ..... Dick Tracy .....,.....,. Smitty ........................ Little Orphan Annie ...... ....... Daddy Warbucks ...... Katzenjammer Kids ...... ........ Tillie The Toiler ........ Mac ......................... Sentinel Louie ......... Ella Cinders ....... Diana Dane ....... Modest Maidens ..... Perry Winkle ........... ,.,,,,,,Helen Bogacz ........Abe Dershowitz Hoeffner ......,,Peter Monaco ........Thelma Shefts ,,,,,,.,Armando Calabrese ........Dominick Mazzacaro ......,,Emanuel Raichelson .Angelina Tabbi Rosenberg Bernard Spirito and George Spadora ....,.,,Dorothy Eicken ,,,.,,,,Herbert Tannenbaum .......,Corridor Patrol .......,Mary Donovan ........Eileen Hennessy Chester Lipka Angelina Liberatore and Antonette Nudicus Daniel Rosenblum Rrp Winkle .............. ,,,,,,,, W illiam Peters Harold Teen ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,. ,,,,,,,, W illiam Flanagan Neighborly Neighbors ..... ........ Th C 12A Class The Gay Thifties ,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, W e'll Remember Them Homer Hoi-,Pee .-.--,-,,,,, .,,,,,,, A nthony Calabro Little Miss Muffet ........ , ....... Miriam Kook Andy Gump ,....,.,.,,A,4 ,,,,,,,, W illiam McGuinness Min ,,,,-,-.,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, L ucy Riccardelli Casper Milquetoast ........... ............... E dward Tybus F ERRIS Absolute Quiet" ................................ "The Big Noise" .... .. Little Miss Nobody" .... ...... . "Fury" ...................... .. Forgotten Faces" ...... 1- u Chatterbox ' ........... Born to Dance" "Stage Struck" .......... .. ........ MOVIES Ferris Library Rose Sbano .The Freshman Traina The Seniors 10 Years Fro ........Angelina Ferri ........Ruth Siedman ........The Senior Cast Magnificent Brute ...... ........ M r. Lepis "Sworn Enemy" ......,..... ........ H istory Test "Romeo and Juliet" .,.,,, ........ F lo and Manny "I'd Give My Life" ........ ........ F or Cs "The Last Journey" ,,,,.. ........ L ast Marking Period "The Longest Night" ,.,, ........ N ight Before Graduation "Millions in the Air" ,,,. ........ D ream ofa Senior Panic in the Air" Roaming Lady" .... . The Final Hour" ..... . The Big Game" ..... . Trouble Ahead" ...., . ii ii u u "Wanted Men" .............. ........ "We' re Only Human" Petticoat Fever ................... ....... "A Tale of Two Cities" Speed" ............................. ...... - n jail Break" .................. ...-.. - ...,....Night of Class Play ........Ann Panzino ........Graduation ........Bulldogs Win ........Looking For a Job By Angelina Tabbi and Rose Sbano ........Too Much Homework .Raichelson - ........204 and 214 .Dismissal at 11:45 .Exit Day m Now RIB-TICKLERS Recent examination answers revealed the following: 1. Shelly unfortunately died while drown- ing in the Gulf of Leghorn. 2. Didi means the same, and is usually represented by Dido marks. 3. Romeo and Juliet are an example of an heroic couplet. 4. Milton wrote "Paradise Lost", then his wife died and he wrote "Paradise Regained". 5, Keats is a poet who wrote on a greasy urn. 6. Robert Louis Stevenson got married and went on his honeymoon. It was then he wrote "Travels With A Donkey.." It has nothing on our third floor: Bottles here Test tubes there. Smoke and fumes Fill the air. A lot of stink ' A lot of smell. That's Chemistry- So what the il Doctored Up "I say, doctor, did you ever doctor an- other doctor?" "Oh, yes." "Well, tell me this. Does a doctor doctor a doctor the way the doctored doctor wants to be doctored, or does the doctor doing the doctoring doctor the other doctor in his own way?" A novel method of judging the academic progress of a college student. Freshman: I don't know. Sophomore: I am not prepared. Junior: I don't exactly remember. Senior: I don't believe I can add any constructive ideas to what has already been said. joe Freshman will now give a lecture on "Who is the smartest guytin college, and why am I?'f Boy, I had a slick time at prom. My date was plenty smooth and the floor was slippery. But It Wasn't Dry First Class Scout-Have you read "Twen- ty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea", by Jules Verne Tenderfoot-"No, I started to read it, but it was too deep for me." " I hate that chap," said the co-ed as she rubbed cold cream on her lips. Said the instructor: "What do we mean when we say the whole is greater than any of its parts?" Said the wise student: "A restaurant doughnut, sir." Putting His Foot in It Teacher to johnny, sitting at his desk chew- ing gum and with his feet sprawling out on the floor-"johnny, take that gum out of your mouth and put your feet in!" All-pervasive The teacher's last question was meant to be a scientihc poser. "What is it that pervades all space," she said, "which no wall or door or other sub? stance can shut out?" No one had an answer ready but Freddy Sharpe. "The smell of onions, miss," he said promptly. The writer recalls an amusing incident that happened a short time ago. . . It seems that the Duke and the Duchess were out riding in the Hilltopper's jellopy and the following conversation took place. . . "Can you drive with one hand?" asked the girl with a gentle voice. . . "You bet I can," he answered eagerly. . . "Then have an apple," she said sweetly. A Sell The school visitor was asking the class a few questions. "Now, how do bees dispose of their honey?" he inquired. "They cell it," announced the clever boy of the class. Not So Slow Employer Ito new boy, - "You're the slowest youngster we've ever had. Aren't you quick at anything?" Boy-"Yes, sirg nobody can get tired as quick as I can." Teacher: "johnny, what is a hshnet?" johnny: "A lot of holes tied together with a piece of string." Tommy, who had been studying botany at school had learned to distinguish between mushrooms and toadstools. This is, in his own expressive language, how you can tell the difference:- "When you have violent pains, cramps, swelling of the feet, and partial loss of vision, ending in insanity and death-them's not been mushrooms." Page Seventy .reverz .w 1 R di Fr W- 'fi . AQWL3 "GL A Hofse.Bi55"c35km'i'zr245 ,W..'f1j-,ix vcr "xi CWM? Z x':4f VA "Tx'xuMN!J6 "clown F W' 6 ' 6 """"M' LJ: "4" " 1. Y -' A M if 6 .klr Qlqfwff- 5 .:t. pvy H0f'5C5- '2,.i,A-.mt I , ' 'G X0 X wi- , wifi ','I iff , g V 31- ' z , ,-rj A H , In 1, 1 fm 4 , fb, - ' Lmxxe. 1' ' ' ff f V fig Mxermr0 ff If - . ' P ' "f + .X boat goqfaw :I ,,,w'ifi,.zws1Q4 ! x..j:.x,.. . ' 0 of, ',. ' ' ' ffl 5-J gp, ke .V if-1:-l..1, .,,..., .m ,it 0 M W dwg f "" ' 11" n 'xxx' I Af' . ' '- 'M if mi Md ,.,, . 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Why?" junior: "Well, my teacher said the Lord gave him two tablets." Ruth Seidman: "My wise-cracks are the children of my brain." Rose Sbano: "Yeah, by adoption." Lucy Riccardelli: "The photographers never do me justice." Dorothy Eicken: "You want mercy, not justice." Mr. Osecki: "Is this lost book yours? The name is obliterated. Senior: "Nope, it can't be mine, my name's Rosenblumf' Miss Maurer: "Which do you consider the most war-like nation ?" Chester Lipka: "Vaccination, by all means. It's always in arms." Miss Inwright: "If Shakespeare were alive today, wouldn't he be looked upon as a remarkable man?" Ed. Hoelfner: "I'll say so. He would be over three hundred years old by now." Thelma Shefts: "But I'm not fat." Eileen Hennesey: "Then why can't you sigh in a street car without being accused of . ,,. pushing . ACQUIRE-A group of church singers. SYMMETRY-Where dead people are buried. - TEST-TUBE-A sample of tooth paste. Point Teacher: "William, what is income tax? Willie: It is when you sit on a tack. Teacher: No, I'm afraid you don't see the point. Willie: You don't, Sir, you feel it. Ask Dad A school teacher was annoyed by the con- tinued mischievousness of one of her boys. At last she exclaimed, in exasperation, "I wish I could be your mother for one week." "All right, I'll speak to Pop about it," replied the youngster, coolly. Page Eighty Unusual Thrift The schoolmaster was giving the boys a lecture on thrift, and pointed out that even animals exercised that quality, instancing how squirrels always stored up nuts for the winter. Then he asked for another illustra- tion of thrift in animals, and one boy cried out: "A dog." "A dog! In what way does a dog practice economy?" "Please, sir, when he runs after his tail he makes both ends meet." So It Is "What is the center of gravity?" "The letter 'V'." I H lg Y l P 'u N , M J' ,li -xv vp ,ga pig if DI ga Q: 5. .I1 gn as If ': 'f :I ISERS RT VE M 'X AD 'Ik .ll .gy un. .gg vnu' :p n qp n, -rf on if w 'If QU ,O QQ' It .g ga Q, 'Lu DIZ +: a ny QC li .ge q N INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Barney's Sweet Shop ,........... Beck Engraving Company ..,... Bergen Square Garage .,...... Chasis 8: Son ............... Class of june, 1937 ...... Connelly, Simon ........ Conti, Anthony ................. Cosmoglos' Delicatessen ....... Dieges 8: Clust ..,.................. Eagle Paper Company, Inc. ..,.., . Engel, Dr. Ernest ..................,. Fifth Ward Savings Bank ........, Gamma Sigma Delta Sorority ....... ...... Gizang, Joseph ........................... Greenebaume, Sig ...... Grove Tavern ............ jersey Avenue Garage .............., jersey City Cut Rate Silk Outlet Store .,.. justrite Barber Shop ..............v................. Kiernan's Sport Shop ....... Kost 8: Baird, Inc. ....... . Kramer 8: Company ...... Levy's Sport Shop ..................,. Little Louie's Meat Market ...... Louis' Lunch .............................. Marshall, john, College of Law ,............. Merrill's Ice Cream Parlor ......., Michna's Grocery .....v.............. Mullin's, john, Co., Inc. .,....... . Mueller's Automotive Service .. Page Eighty-two 7"'17"'4 National Academic Cap 8: Gown Norwich University ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, O'Regan, Daniel T. ...... . Patrons .......,,......,..,r,,, Pace Institute ............. Paul's Luncheonette ....... Parkers, Inc. ......... . Pipi, Pasquale ........ Plaza Tea Garden ........ ..., ..... Presto Shoe Repairs .................... Provident Institution for Savings Puritan Market ............................ Rankel, Roman .................. Ricciardelli, A. ............... . Rider College of Business Administration .............. Rival Clothes Shop ............ Sanchirico, P. .........................,... . Saunders Service Station ,............... Schuchner, Dr. William Francis.. Scott Printing Co. ...,............,...... . Sheft's Furniture ...... Shuman' s .............. Silver's ...................... Spencer's College ....... Sullivan, A. D. ....... . T. F. S. ....................................... . Trust Company of New jersey .... Tybus' Bakery .......................,...... Union Scrap Metal Co. ....... . Webster Institute .....,..,,.... Weinacht Stationery Co. ..... . Zampella, joseph .........,.... PATRONS THOMAS ARMSTRONG, Esq. EDWIN F. SMITH, Esq. HON. JAMES A. HAMILL AARON LAST, Esq. HON. JOHN J. LENEHAN HON. EDWARD A. MARKLEY BERNARD M. DEGHERI, Esq. HON. FRANK H. EGGERS HON. JAMES R. ERWIN WILLIAM R. GANNON, Esq. HON. JOSEPH C. GLAVIN HON. WILLIAM GEORGE DR. ALEXANDER F. ORMSBY Q. A. RICCIARDELLI, Esq. HON. EDWARD P. STOUT PETER ARTASERSE, Esq. HON. ANTHONY BOTTI, K. S. G. LEO DUFF, Esq. HON. LOUIS J. MESSANO HON. PATRICK J. DONNELLY JOSEPH P. STAPLETON HARRY O'MEALIA RICHARD J. O'BRIEN, Sf. HON. THOMAS F. MEANEY HON. JOHN F. SATURNIEWICZ HON. ATWOOD C. WOLF BENNETT ROBBINS, Esq. HON. N. LOUIS PALADEAU FORREST S. SMITH, Esq. HON. ROBERT V. KINKEAD HON. MICHAEL SCATUORCHIO HON. JOHN V. KENNY HON. DANIEL J. CASEY JOHN J. O'HARE HON. FRANCIS P. MCCARTHY JAMES F. MCGOVERN, JR., Esq. HON. MAURICE J. CRONIN THOMAS O'REGAN JOHN O'REGAN, Esq. DANIEL J. O'REGAN Page Eighty-three MY BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF IANUARY, 1937 DANIEL T. O'REC5AN Prosecutor of the Pleas of Hudson County ENGRAVINGS FOR THIS BOOK MADE BY Tl-IE BECK ENGRAVINC-5 COMPANY NEW YORK-305 EAST 45th PHILADELPHIA-7th and Sansom SPRINGFIELD, MASS. College Annual Department located in New York Page Eighty-jour I-IE ECOMOMICAI. WAY TO SELL YOUR NAME IS BY PRINTING IT! AND - TO OBTAIN GOOD PRINTING WITH REAL PULLIN6 POWER AT LOW COST-PI-IONE WEBSTER 3-4330 1 - SCOTT P R I N T I N G CDMPIINY ONE SHERMAN AVENUE JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY Pa ge Eiglaly-f EVERYTHING FOR EVERY GAME AND SPORT Golf Soccer Football Fishing Tackle Riding Equipment Guns 8: Ammunition Cameras, Cine Kodaks 81 Photo Supplies Official Boy Scout Outfitters LEVY'S SPORT SHOP 149 MONTICELLO AVENUE JERSEY CITY Tel. Bergen 5-2598-2599 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUDSON COUNTY FOR OVER FORTY YEARS THE TRUST COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation JERSEY CITY UNION CITY HOBOKEN WEEHAWKEN WEST NEW YORK Page Eighty-.fix HAVE YOUR LUNCH AT PAUL'S LUNCHEONETTE CANDY - ICE CREAM STATIONERY 297 Seventh Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. C ompliments of MUELLER'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE HOWARD B. BERRIAN, Manager C-ZQ6 146-152 Baldwin Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. ESTABLISHED 1898 DIEGES 8: CLUST GOLDSMITHS - SILVERSMITHS BRONZESMITHS Class Rings and Pins - Sorority, Fraternity jewelry Manufacturers of the Rings and Pins for the Class of 1957 17 john Street NEW YORK Residence: 905 Marion Place, Ridgefield, N. J. Morsemere 6-4829 SIMON CONNELLY Funeral Director C-L60 OFFICE and PARLOR 3023 Boulevard JERSEY CITY, N. J. journal Square 2-3070 Page Eighty-fewen PACE INSTITUTE Cultural-Occupational Courses The programs of day school and eve- ning school study include the following: ACCOUNTANCY AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTANCY PRACTICE lNL'wYork C.P.A. preparalion accred- ited by State Education Department, CREDIT SCIENCE ADVERTISING AND MARKETING SELLING AND MARKETING SECRETARIAL PRACTICE ADVANCED SHORTHAND SHORTHAND REPORTING A Junior or Senior high school student may make tentative reservation of class place to be available after high school graduation Cno ohligationj and hc placed on mailing list of Tm: PACE STUDENT-ofiicial magazine of Pace Institute. A copy of the General Bulletin and occupational booklets will be sent upon request. PACE' INSTITUTE Compliments of PASQUALE P1111 Attorney-at-Law "The Old Bee Hive Bank" THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS IN JERSEY CITY Main Office 239-241 Washington Street Bergen Avenue Office Bergen and Harrison Avenues "A Mutual Savings Bank" NATIONAL ACADEMIC CAP Sv. GOWN CO. 821-23 Arch Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. Manufacturers and Outfitters of Academic and Ecclesiastical Robes The Caps and Gowns Used at the Ferris High School Are Being Supplied by the National Academic Cap and Gown Company Pa ge E1 glnty-eight W E B S T "Superior Secretarial Training" INSTITUTE Legal Secretarial - Insurance Secretarial - Spanish Secretarial -. Medical Secretarial Social Secretarial - Court Reporting - Accountancy - Electric Bookkeeping Electric Billing Machine - Dictaphone - Shorthand by the New Functional Method Typewriting by the New Rhythmic Method - Switchboard Filing-Vertical and Visible - Calculating Better Firms Seek Better Secretaries - Webster Graduates are Plated JOURNAL SQUARE jersey City Prep Building Journal Square 2-1500 JO- Square Advanced Stenographic Courses for 2-7 1 56 ACCOUNTING 1 and FINANCE ' :QF 910 BERGEN AVE., Corner Newkirk St. High School Graduates. SUPERIOR SECRETARIAL COURSES Comptometer, Dicraphone and Adding Machines PLACEMENT BUREAU Near Journal Square JERSEY CITY, N. J. THE FIFTH WARD SAVINGS BANK Pavonia Avenue, Corner Grove Street JERSEY c1TY, N. J. A Mutual Savings Bank - Commenced Business 1883 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Keep the Ferris Wheel Rolling "HARP" KIERNAN'S SPORT SHOP 901 BERGEN AVENUE At journal Square jersey City journal Square 2-2166 Page Ei glnty-nine UNION SCRAP METAL CO. FRANK PANZINO, Prop. SMELTERS 8: REFINERS 402 Seventh Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. BERGEN SQUARE GARAGE STORAGE, DAY 8: NIGHT SERVICE 871 Bergen Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. Tel. Bergen 5-4466 Graduation and Prom Dance Outfit Specialists KRAMER 8: COMPANY 213 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. CHARLES WEINACHT STATIONERY COMPANY Hudson County's Largest Stationers 644 Newark Avenue Near Five Corners JERSEY CITY, N. J. Compliments of Q. A. RICCIARDELLI Attorney-at-Law 26 journal Square JERSEY CITY, N. J. Compliments of IOSEPH GIZANG FLOUR and GRAIN PRODUCE EXCHANGE Established 1880 KOST 8: BAIRD, Inc. JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Class Rings - Pins - Keys - Medals Loving Cups - Trophies 650 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. ROAD TO SUCCESS Finish High School first-then specialize. Rider College oifers this advice to young men and women who aim to enter the business world. It is based on 70 years of experience in training business ex- ecutives. It will pay you to follow it. Literature on Request RIDER COLLEGE Of Business Administration Founded 1865 TRENTON, N. J. Page Ninety Phone Webster 4-10267 DR. ERNEST ENGEL OPTOMETRIST 3 Sherman Place Near Corner of Central Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. Phone Delaware 3-9167 COMPLIMENTS OF BEN MICHNA'S GROCERY GROCERY and DELICATESSEN 356 Varick Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. Phone Delaware 6-9888 P. SANCHIRICO ITALIAN PRODUCTS - TABLE LUXURIES 564 Jersey Avenue - JERSEY CITY, N. J. Compliments of JOSEPH ZAMPELLA Tel. Delaware 6-5651 ANTHONY CONTI Wholesale and Retail ITALIAN and AMERICAN GROCERIES 410 Monmouth Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF "LITTLE" LOUIE'S MEAT MARKET DEALER IN PRIME MEATS 368 Grove Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. Tel. Delaware 3-4393 JOHN MULLINS Co., Inc. FURNITURE - RUGS - RADIOS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 121-125 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. LINGERIE - BLOUSES - SPORT WEAR - BAGS GLOVES - HOSIERY SHUMAN'S LADIES' SPECIALTY SHOP 182 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF I. SHEETS - FURNITURE Office and Showrooms 75 Railroad Avenue 91 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. Compliments of JERSEY AVENUE GARAGE 554 Jersey Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. Phone Delaware 6-1047 F. Morelli, Prop. PURITAN MARKET HIGH QUALITY MEATS and GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES 150 Coles Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. Compliments of A. D. SULLIVAN DELICATESSEN THE BEST SANDWICHES IN TOWN HOT COFFEE 8th and Coles Streets JERSEY CITY, N. J. Opposite Ferris High School John Cosmoglos, Prop. NORWICH UNIVERSITY The Military College of the State of Vermont Courses leading to B.S. degrees in Civil Engineer- ing, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Arts, and Sciences. Military and riding instructions under United States Army Cavalry Officers included in moderate tuition fee. BARNEY'S SWEET SHOP CANDY, CIGARS, SODA and SCHOOL SUPPLIES 132 Coles Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. Compliments of SIG GREEN EBAUME BAKERS' FIXTURES AND MACHINERY Page Ninety-one SILVER'S FIVE, TEN AND DOLLAR STORE 131 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. PRESTO SHOE REBUILDERS DRY CLEANERS IIATTERS 181 Newark Avenue Near Jersey Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF ROMAN RANKEL Dealer in BAKERS' SUPPLIES NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF Te1. J. S. 2-3089 PLAZA TEA GARDEN Chinese-American Restaurant JERSEY CITY, N. J. Journal Square, opp. Stanley Theatre Compliments of T. F. S. 1 and 2 PANTS SUITS Harry Reiss, Prop. RIVAL CLOTHES SHOP 184 Newark Avenue Near Jersey Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF JUSTRITE BARBER SHOP 305 Grove Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF GROVE TAVERN 313 Grove Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. Tel. Del. 6-1711 EAGLE PAPER COMPANY, Inc. 373 Fourth Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. JERSEY CITY CUT RATE SILK OUTLET STORES SILKS - VELVETS - WOOLENS - CURTAINS DRAPERIES - MILL ENDS 195 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. DRESSES COATS FOR STYLE AND VALUE PARKER'S, Inc. 211 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. "LOUIS' " LUNCH 303 Grove Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. Compliments of the GAMMA SIGMA DELTA SORORITY CCMPLIMENTS OF "MERRILL'S" ICE CREAM PARLOR 216 Newark Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. William Francis Schuchner 5501f2 jersey Avenue T YBUS' BAKERY ORDERS FILLED FOR PARTIES, WEDDINGS SCHOOL AFFAIRS, ETC. 580 jersey Avenue JERSEY CITY, N. J. Page Ninety-Iwo GRADUATE DEPARTMENT Q A thorough course in instruction affords you the opportunity of preparing for more im- portant and more remunerative work in the business and professional world. The more knowl- edge you acquire, the faster your progress and the surer your goal. COLLEGE DEPARTMENT A course of study leading to a degree of L.L.M. Candidates for L.L.M. degree may enroll in LAW DEPARTMENT Three years' standard law school curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. fLL.Bj. SPECIAL COURSES DEPARTMENT Banking, Public Speaking and Debate, Parliamentary Law, English. No entrance requirements needed and no academic credit given in this Department. Write for Bulletin of Information describing courses and cost of tuition. Day and Evening Classes for Men and Women - TERM OPENS FEBRUARY 1, 1937 A Co-educational Institution chartered and approved by the State of New jersey. Scholarships Available - Registration Now Open JOHN MARSHALL COLLEGE OF LAW ALEXANDER F. ORMSBY, LL. D., Dean 40 JOURNAL SQUARE, JERSEY CITY Kindly send me your Bulletin of Information February term. Phone DElaware 6-9654 QUALITY - ECONOMY SAUNDERS SERVICE STATIONS, INC. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES and SUPPLIES Battery and Ignition Service 69 COLES ST., Corner 4th Street JERSEY CITY, N. J. Compliments of the Senior CHass cdijune 1937 Page N inely-lbree Compliments of CHASIS 8c SCN Photographers 41 HARRISON AVENUE jersey City New jersey nk ie? 082' Established 1900 Official Photographer' of the THE "FERRlS WHEEL" eNi1zef y-four AUTOGRAPHS Page N y f l l 4 n 3 V 5 E : Q I F E 1 1 1 J S 3 -1 5 5 - 5 1 El 5 i E E i a Z . 1 3


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