Flemington High School - Echo Yearbook (Flemington, NJ)
- Class of 1934
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2354 ' VOLUME V
gg ' PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS
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'BP FLEMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
gg I IFLEMINGTON, N. J.
gg, 1933 - 1934 Z9 4
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MISS BLANCHE PARK
Whose whole-hearted cooperation and mztifrierzg
inte-rest fans in a large -measure assured
the success of our sclaool activities,
we dedicate this volzzme of the Echo.
HE STAFF of the 1934 Eclao presents this volume
in the hope that it will be a source of genuine
pleasure to you, and that as the years progress, it Will
become a highly valued memento of days spent in Fleming-
ton High School. Because the project has always involved
a relatively large financial outlay, this year's staff, realizing
the present need for economy has taken every precaution
in planning a yearbook of moderate cost. It was our
candid opinion that by elimination of lengthy, uninterest-
ing description, and the substitution of high quality
photography, the value of this book would be greatly
The motif chosen for the art theme was local history.
Places of local historical significance have been pictured
through the medium of linoleum block prints.
Much tirne and energy has been consumed in the
production of this volume, and it has required the Willing
cooperation of the staff, the pupils, and the faculty. The
labor involved in compilation has been paralleled by the
pleasure of realizing that We were .producing an object
which the student body desires and appreciates.
IN FOND MEMORY OF
of the Class of 1933
Our school-mate and friend, who left us on August 8, 1933,
the staf of the Echo dedicates this page.
Sincere, courageous, courteous, and scholarly, he had the
respect, aflmiratiorz, and afection of both fellow sturlents
and faculty. His willingness to serve was matched by his
ability in leadership. He was one of the Lord's true
gentlemen, and "one who loved his fellow men."
IN MEMORY OF
MRS. HELEN G. HALL
Beloved teacher, counsellor, ana' friend, who was called
away to her rewarcl on February 16, 1934, this page of the
Echo is ajectionately dedicated. Courageous, willing, and
untiring in her efforts in our behalf, she was a leader and
guide whose memory we shall always revere.
Table of Contents
ADMINISTRATION . . .
SENIOR SECTION .,.,,.O... . .
CLASSES OF SENIOR HIGH .... I ,
ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL .,A........
ADVERTISEMENTS ...... . .
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County Court House
Symbolic of the Coordinating
and Directing Activities of the
Junior-Senior High School.
Seated--fleft to rightj-Mr. Charles XVeilerg Mr. Earl Kinneyg Mr. XVallace Lee
Mr. P. Insley Craigg Mrs. Nedwell Sutphing Mrs. E. A. Gaunttg Mrs. Guy Bell
Mr. A. B. C. Bodine.
Standing-Cleft to rightj-Mr. John McPherson, Dr. Paul H. Axtell.
Not in picture:-Dr. Barclay S. Fuhrmann.
Board of Education
MR. P. INSLEY CRAIG
DR. BARCLAY S. FUHRMANN
MR. CHARLES WEILER
DR. PAUL H. AXTELL
MRS. GUY BELL
MR. A. B. C. BODINE
MRS. E. A. GAUNTT
MR. EARL KINNEY
MR. WALLACE LEE
MR. JOHN MCPHERSON
MRS. NEDWELL SUTPHIN
DR. PAUL H. AXTELL
Super' ' ' ,g Principal
MR. HARCLD S. GOLDSMITH
Principal Senior High School
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PAUL I-I. AXTELL, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. ....,.........,,.,.,.........,,..-.. Supervising Principal
HAROLID S. GOLDSMITH, B.S., M.S. ,,..Mdtb0l11HffCS, Principal of Senior High School
XVILLIAM C. COFIPMAN, B.S. .,...,..L..,.,.,., ,,...,,.....,.......,...... ....,,.,.,.,,.,,.,.,....... S c ience
ROBERT A. COX, A.B. .,,s.,.L,s,... ,,,,. S ocial Science and Mathematics
H. EARLE DAN'lSON, B.C.S. ..,sL ,,,,..,,.,....,.,.,,L.s,s,,,s.,,.. C ommercial
EVELYNE DUANE ,,.....,.,.... .....s, H ome Economics, Clothing
FRANCES FOLEY, A.B. ,,,.......... ,,,.L,,.,......,s.....L..L...,..... F rencb
MILDRED M. GODLEY, A.B. ---L .....,, .,,ss, L anguage Arts
LEON F. HALL ..........,.......... .,,.,.............,,...,.,...,,.,.......... I ndustrial Arts
FRED L. HEIFFERON, B.S, ....,,..... ....... S 1llIC'f1.'iS0f' of Boys' Physical Education
RUTH E. JENKINS, A.B., M.A. ..,.v ..L,..,. S upervisor of Girls' Physical Eclucaiiolf
MARGARET KENNEDY, B.S., M.A. ...L . ...,..,...,.,,,...... ,L.. H ome Economics, Foods
DOROTHY D. LANDIS, Ph.B. ...... ........,...........,,...... E nglisb
ALLEN H. LEARN, A.B. ..... .
FRED G. LODGE, B.S., M.S. .....
Latin and Mathematics
Agriciilture ana' Science
JOHN NIACBAURRAY, B.S. ................. ...... Mathematics ami Science
JOHN C. MILI.ER, A.B., M.S.Ed. - ....... ................. S ocial Science
MARY MILLS, B.S. ......... ............. .....,...,. L a nguage Arts
IRENE MOLSON, A.B. ........ .... S uper-visor of Music
ANN MRAZ, B.S., M.A. .............. ...,,... S ocial Science
BLANCHE PARK, A.C.A., B.S.Ed - ...... Commercial
EDITH RATTRAY, B.S.Ed, .......... .,... C om-mercial
A. HELEN SHAW, A.B., Ed.M. .................................................................... English
ALWILDA R. STRYKER .................... Social Science, Principal of Elementary School
ELIZABETH, VANDERVLIE1', A.B. ................................................ French am! English
HELEN C. YEAGLE .......................... .......... L - Supervisor of Art
DOROTHY B. ZUEGNER, B.S., M.S. .... ...,. M aibematics and Science
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Senior Album Section
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Lehigh Valley Railroad Station
Symbolizing the Departure of
High School Students to New
Fields of Endeavor.
li-QA ll 5
STANLEY H. BARRICK
"A superior man is mozlrst in bis spccrb, lm! excels
in his actions."
Athletic Council 45 Football Manager 45 Base-
ball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Musical Comedy 3, 4:
Glee Club 45 Echo 3, Subscription Manager 4g
HIRAM I. BELLIS
"I will discou rxc' mos! CIOqllC'1lf 1nnsir."
Student Council 25 Football 3, 43 Track 2,
35 Debating 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Glce Club
35 Echo 45 Masque and Sandal 4.
"All ibc 'uforlrl knows me in my book, ami my book
Student Council 25 Debating 45 Musical
Comedy 2, 3, 45 Echo 45 Journalism 25 Masque and
Sandal 2, 4, Treasurer 35 Classical Cruisers, Vicc-
Presidcnt 35 Le Ccrclc Francais 4.
"He's little, but bc-'s wixcg
Hc's a corlzcr for his size."
Debating 45 Stmicnt Voice 3, 45 Musical Comedy,
Publicity Manager 3, 4 5Ecbo 3, 45 journalism
35 Masque and Sandal J, 45 Le Cercle Fran-
cais 45 Dc XVitt Clinton High School, New York
City 1, 2.
GROVER BODINE JR.
"Bodine" Copper Hill
f'CUITI11l0SS is a grcnf aflm1nfug1'."
Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Agriculture judg-
ing Team 3.
. JOHN XV. BRELSFORD
"jack" ' Flemington
"What should a man do but be 1nrrry?"
Student Council 25 Track 35 Musical Comedy 35
'Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Glcc Club 3:
lKey Klickers 35 Sludcnf Voice 45 Erbo 15 Masque
rand Sandal 3, 45 Airplane Club 2, 3.
A VIVIEN W. BRITTON
"I bam' an exposition of slvvp some upon me."
, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 3, 45 Glec Club 35
Key Klickers 35 Radio Club 4.
LOUIS N. BROWN
Stanley H. Barrick Hirmn L Bemis "Tho booku-'arm boi little TL'Idfi01l to fl!! 'KUOTIIPS
Zelda Berkowitz Sidney Birnbaum Wvfk-"
Grofer Bodine Ir. John TV. Brelsford A Baseball 35 Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F.
vwlen lv' Bruton Lotus N' Brown A., Vice-President 45 Agriculture judging Team 4.
VAUGHN S. CARY
"Happiness rousixts of activity."
Student Council 4, Athletic Council, Vice-Pi'es-
ident 4, Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Musical
Comedy 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 43 journalism 2, 45
Masque and Sandal 2, 4, Vice-President 3, Class
President 4, Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4.
"Eyes bright mul as blnvk uml bllfllillg as a Coal."
Airplane Club 3.
"Lvl the speech be betta-r fbfm silvnrv, or ln' xi1cut.'
Key Klickers 3.
"A man polisbeil fo the nail."
Student Council 35 Athletic Council, President
35 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3g
Musical Comedy 2, 3, 4g Junior-Senior Play 3, Glen
Club 43 Sl1m'cnl Vain' 2, 3, 43 journalism 2, 33
Masque and Sandal 2, 3, 43 Golf Team 2g Class
REBA H. CONIPTON
"A good rlixpoxifion is not lbs' least of ber c'burms."
Glee Club 1, 2.
. MICHAEL DORIA i
"All work ix noble."
Football 3, 45 Baseball 2, 35 Agriculture Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
ELSA MARTHA DRECHSLER
HEISZID. N Flemington
"Dr'voul, yet cheerful, uvfirc, yet 1'C'.l'iglIl'II.n
Key Klickers 3, 45 Home Economics Club, Pres-
JESS W. EICHLIN
UJCSSM ' A Flemington
"By tbc work one luxowx ibc 1t'07'k.17lll12.,,
Type-Setters 3g Plainfield High School 1, 2.
Vaughn S. Cary Edward 1. Catanio
Margaret Chereek Roger Clemens
Reba H. Compton Michael Doria
Elsa Martha Drechsler Jess VV. Eichlin
Barton A. Evans Harold A. Fiess
VVilliam C. Fillebrown Charles R. Fisher
Marjorie G. Fisher Daniel A. Foley
Iohn B. Fuhrmann Mary K. Fullerton
BARTON A. EVANS
"Thr only ruay fo have rr friend is lo he one."
Basketball 25 Type-Setters 3.
HAROLD A. FIESS
"Charuz'fz'r is what nlukvs n funn."
Student Council 3g Sllnivnt Voirc 45 Echo 4g
Classical Cruisers, Treasurer 33 Airplane Club 3.
XVILLIAM C. FILLEBROXVN
"A moral, sensible, and u'cll-hreal man."
Glce Club lg Radio Club 45 Lc Ccrcle Fran-
cais, Treasurer 4.
CHARLES R. FISHER
"Whnl :lo we live for, if not fo nmhc life less dif-
ficult for others?"
Athletic Council 43 Baseball Manager 4g Echo
4g Classical Cruisers 3.
MARJORIE G. FISHER
"For she was ics' the quiet kind."
Glee Club lg Key Klickers 3, 4.
DANIEL A. FOLEY
"He is Irish through and ihrongh, wilh Irish wit und
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Musical Com-
edy 45 Type-Setters, 3.
JOHN B. FUI-IRMANN
"Noi by years but by d is posiiio n is wisilom uc'-
Debating 4g Musical Comedy 2, 3, 43 Echo
45 Masque and Sandal 3, Secretary 45 Le Cercle
Francais 4g Classical Cruisers 3.
MARY K. FULLERTON
"A generous sonl is sunshine lo the mimi."
Key Klickers 4g Yamhill High School, Yamhill,
Oregon 2, 3.
Vi-Ji' - - 0
VERONICA H. HARWICK
"Il's a friemlly bvurf Ibm' has :Ilan-1' frirllzlsf'
Glcc Club l.
HAROLD L. HIGGINS
"A fu-irml is 'worth all fha bnzurils we can run."
Football 3, 45 Orchestra lg Key Klickers 3.
ISABELLF H. HIGGINS
"Lvl nom' IIITKYUIIE' lo wear an 1mJcsc'i'1fr':l dignity."
Student Council 35 Musical Comedy 2, 3, 45
Glcc Club 15 Er.-bo 45 Masque and Sandal 3, 45 Le
Cercle Francais 45 Classical Cruisers 3.
MARY K. HIGGINS
"Be yourself nl all Iimesf' '
"Dot" Clover Hill
"Br gone, 111111 cure! Than and I sball 1ze'cr agree."
Key Klickers 3.
NORMAN W. JOHNSON
"Red" Neshanic Station
"Worry and myself buzz' uc'L'er mel."
Band 25 Agriculture Club 15 Airplane Club 35
Radio Club 4.
"She is never less at leisure than when at lris1m:."
Glee Club 35 Key Klickers 35 Band of Owls
Klub, President 45 Sfuilmt Voir? 2, 3, 45 Echo, Ad-
vertising Manager 45 journalism 3, 45 Class Secre-
tary 35 Class Treasurer 45 Home Economics Book-
keeper 45 Library Council 39 Art Club 3.
"I burr sairl evcryflzing when I have named lhc man."
Student Council 3, President 45 Athletic Coun-
cil 45 Basketball Manager 45 Debating 45 Stu-
ilvnf Voirc 2, 3, 45 Echo 2, Advertising Manager 3,
Business Manager 45 journalism 1, 2, 3, School News
Editor 45 Masque and Sandal 3, 45 Class President 15
Le Cercle Francais 45 Musical Comedy, Publicity
Manager 3. '
Harwick Harold L. Higgins
Isabelle H. Higgins Mary K. Higgins
Dorothy Hoffman Norman XV. Johnson
Laura Jean Kahn Solomon Karrow
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"W'e brim- lvrrn friends Iogallwr
Ill s11nslJim' 1:1141 in xbmlef'
Key Klickers 3, 4.
ROSE A. KEREKES
"Goo:l fasle plus good jmlgmcnlf'
Key Klickcrs 3.
FOSTER LEWIS LIXNCE
Grace Kellam Rose A. Kerekes
Foster Lewis Lance Linden C. I.a'1'ourette
Bessie Lieberman C. Marguerite List
NVesley H. Little Olga A. Lukshis
"A gt'lIfl!'llltIll wilb fbc lualivs, a lcmlcr among lllf'II.,'
Student Council 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball
2, 35 Musical Comedy 45 Glcc Club 45 Class Vice-
Prcxizlcnt l, 2, Prcsiclcnt 35 Type-Setters 3.
LINDEN C. LATOURETTE
"W7ilb rollvjs of vferlml l1ubl11i'."
Track 2, 35 Band 45 Masque and Sandal 3, 45
"A u'i.'liug xmilc, ilcxirr Io plcusc, and avlionx lurk-
ing bolb of them."
Glcc Club 35 Band of Owls Klub 3, 45 Evbo 45
C. MARGUERITE LIST
"Sfill nrbivring, slill pursuing."
Student Council, Treasurer 35 Basketball 45
Glcc Club 45 Band of Owls Klub 4, Secretary 35
Erbo 3, 45 Activities Fund Board of Control, Sec-
retary-Treasurer 45 Le Cercle Francais, Secretary 49
Class Secretary 45 Hasbrouck Heights High School l.
NVESLEY H. LITTLE
"Na!11rc, on bis imelnbarrasxra' brow, had written,
Athletic Council, Vice-President 3, President 45
Football 1, Manager 35 Musical Comedy 45 Glee
Club 45 Le Cercle Francais 3.
OLGA A. LUKSHIS
"Olga" I Flemington
"To know brr is to love ber, and everybody knows
Basketball 45 Echo 45 Le Cercle Francais 4.
"Mike" Sand Brook
"Thr world knows nofbing of ils grcnlcsf mcn.'l
WILLIAM H. MANNERS
Nlmifafa no mang be lby frm- self."
Football 3, 43 Activities Fund Board of Control,
Chairman 43 Radio Club 43 Airplane Club 33 Pen-
nington High Scllool 1.
HARRY E. MANNON
"Thai man srrks a liiile thing io flu, refs if, aml
Football 3, 43 Baseball 33 Type-Setters 4.
JEAN K. MATHEWS
"The 'roralion of every 'man mul woman is fo serve
Student Council 2, 3, Secretary 4, President 43
Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4s Track 2, 33 Debating 43
Musical Comedy 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 sfllllfllf
Voirv 2, 3, 43 Echo 2, 3g Art Editor 43 Masque
and Sandal 3, Vice-President 43 Class Secretary 1,
President 23 Arr Club 33 Classical Cruisers 33
GERALDINE C. MENCHEK
"Tb:-rc is no harm, but somefimvs a grcul deal of
good clone by laughing."
Musical Comedy 23 Glce Club 23 Key Klickers 3.
ELEANORE R. MILLER
"Thr happy only arc Ibn' fruly grealf'
Basketball 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Key Klickers 3, 43
ELIZABETH S. MILLS
"A fair mul frivmlly lass is she."
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3g Glee Club 23
Key Klickcrs 3, 4.
RAYMOND S. MINNER
"Hc'l1 fiml a 1uay.','
Athletic Council 4g Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball
1, 23 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Track I, 33 Musical Com-
edy 3, 43 Glec Club 43 Journalism 43 Masque and
Sandal 2, 3, President 4.
Michael Malashevitz Xxlllllbllll II. Manners
Harry E. Maunon Iean'K. Mathews
Geraldine C. Menclxek Eleanore R. Miller
Elizabeth S. Mills Raymond S. Minner
George S. Mount Ir. Frank I. Muller
Maude E. Myers Marie C. Nielson
Jeanette O'Hare Thelma M. Packer
Frank I. Pavlica Ir. Jennie Q. Pegg
GEORGE S. MOUNT JR
"So much lo :log so lifilc done."
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 35 Basketball
2, 3, 45 Musical Comedy 2, 4, Glee Club 43 Jour-
nxilism 45 Type-Setters 4.
FRANK J. MULLER
"Yo11flz comes lm! ourc in a lifetime."
Football 3g Musical Comedy 3, 44 Glee Club 33
Key Klickers 33 Masque and Sandal 3, Treasurer 45
Art Club 3.
MAUDE E. MYERS
"M0rlvsty and kimllwsx llltlkffll 1UfSlI0lll.U
Library Council 4. 1
MARIE C. NIELSEN
"W'en: Iberc oibrr: as reliable as she."
Frenchcown High School l.
ff ' - - - ' d IJ
A plvrmng zounivmuu e IX no sllghl 11 vantage.
Basketball Z, 44 Track 2, 3: Musical Comedy
43 Key Klickers 3, 45 Slmlmt Vain' 4.
THELMA M. PACKER
"Thel" Ncshnnic Station
"Golden bail' like .vmliglxt streaming."
Musical Comedy 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
FRANK J. PAVLICA JR.
"He believes in acliom, not words."
Football 4g High School of Commerce, New
York City 1, 2, 3.
JENNIE Q. PEGG
"Happy nm I, from care I am free! Why ain't
others content like 1lll'.,,
Key Klickers 3, 4.
MARJORIE C. PETERS
"A goozl sporl uml a girl among girls."
Athletic Council, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Track
24 Basketball 25 Musical Comedy 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
25 Key Klickcrs 3, 45 Slmlvnl Voivc' 3, Advertising
Manager 4, Echo 2, 3, 4, Masque and Sandal 4.
JOSEPHINE J. PHALL
"Noibiug is so rligicnlt lmf fhnf if ran bv fouml on!
Glce Club 2, 43 Key Klickers 3.
HAROLD L. PIMM
"Piuuuy" ' Milford
"lVbvu Nalliw' but work lo be flour, sbt' crcufcs a
genius io do it."
Student Council 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4:
Athletic Council 33 Simlrnf Voivv 2, 3, Editor-im
Chief 45 Echo 3, Editor-in-Cllief 45 Activities Fund
Board of Control 3, Lc Cercle Francais, Vice-Presi-
MAX A. PINHAS
"I basfcn lo laugh ai cvvryfbingf'
Football 3, 4, Baseball 2g Agriculture Club 2,
3, 43 Masque and Sandal 3, 45 judging Team 4.
HARRY A. PRECKWINKLE JR.
"An ulblz-fc who ucrvr knows rlcfculf'
Football 2, 45 Basketball 39 Track 2, 35 Musical
Comedy 4g Glce Club 43 Masque and Sandal 45
ALLEN H. PYATT
"Quivf .mil lmaxsunliug, but trjfirirni for all Ibuff'
Key Klickers 3, Vice-President 45 Echo, Treas-
urer 4g Radio Club 4.
nAll'I'!'7' foo sr'rio1l.v, noi too frirolons, buf rr fare good
"Silvllrv is fbr' grrafesi url of tom.'crsafion."
Key Klickers 4.
Marjorie C. Peters Josephine I. Phall
Harold L. Pimm Max A. Pinhas
Harry A. Preckwinkle Jr. Allen H. Pyatt
Paul Pylypslxyu John Retlling
Rexton Mathews Reed Arthur P. Rynearson
Rose Saltzman Herbert Allen Sawyer
Florence Schafer Marian E. Schlapfer
WVanda A. Schmidt Eleanor Schomp
REXTON MATHEWS REED
"He -who bnx rbamcfcr bas lwoxulmlgcg
Hr who has lwozrlctlge has .wicca-rs."
Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 45 Baseball 35 Track
35 Musical Comedy 45 Orchestra 15 Glec Club 43
Class Treasurer l5 Class Sergeant-at-Arms 4.
ARTHUR P. RYNEARSON
"Being giflml with a fougue I lm- iff,
Basketball 3, 45 Musical Comedy 2, 35 Orches-
tra l, 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3,- 45 Glcc Club 3, 45
Erbn collector 35 journalism 2, 3, 45 Masque and
Sandal 3, 4.
"Leave xilcnrc la flat- gods. I um bn! blllllzlll-H
Key Klickers 3, 45 Slmlrul Voice 45 Library
HERBERT ALLEN SAWYER
"Klro1:.'lv1igr is my qurxfg my gniilv, u qncsfion
Athletic Council 45 Track Manager 45 Orches-
tra 3, 45 Band 35 Glcc Club 45 Class Vice-President
45 Bemidji High School, Bemidji, Minnesota 1, 2.
"The 'u"orlrl's 110 beifer if we 'Il-'0l'l'j'j
Time's no shorter if we hurry."
Glec Club 35 Journalism 25 Library Council 3.
MARIAN E. SCHLAPFER
"Where :bak on baml, fbi-ru'r -nzisrbicf afoot"
Athletic Council 45 Basketball Manager 45 Mu-
sical Comedy 3, 45 Key Klickers 3, 45 Echo 45
Class Treasurer 3.
WANDA A. SCHMIDT
"The -mildest manners and five genflesl bz'r1rl."
Haaren High School, New York City 3.
"A quiet disposition tends lo rr higher posilionf'
'M - a
"Tess" Three Bridges
"Thy 1n0rlL'sIy's ix camllc fo fby 1rlcril."
Glec Club 3.
PAULINE A. SHARSHON
"She smiles and smilcs, and will not sigh."
Key Klickers 3.
NAOMI A. SIPLER
"HN bi-art is in lzcr work, um! Ibc bvart
Gixfvfb grave 1l1lf0 every url."
Musical Comedy 3, 45 Glcc Club 3, 43 Erbo
3, 43 Masque and Sandal 3, 4g Art Club 3.
"Quiet fraibx are llllfIL'.u
Musical Comedy 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4:
Band 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Key Klickcrs 3.
"Promise is mor! given wbcu fba least is mill."
Agriculture Club 2, 3, 4: Agriculture judg-
ing team 4.
"Cbrr'rful -ufbeuczfcr you meet ber."
NATHAN H. SMITH
"Grca!cr men than I bum' lizicrl,
But I rlorft believe it."
Football 3, 45 Debating 45 Musical Comedy
2, 3, 4g Sfurlent Voire 3, 45 journalism 2, Masque
and Sandal 3, 4.
GENEVIEVE ALETTA SNYDER
"I will sit flown now, but ibc time will come wben
you will bear mc."
Theresa Schubert Pauline A. Sharshon
Naomi A. Sipler Gertrude I. Smith
Henry Smith Iennis Smith
Nathan H. Smith Genevieve Aletta Snyder
MARY ANNA SREDINSKI
"Mae" Copper Hill
"So qllicf, so lllldiilllllillg is sbt."
Key Klickers 3, -lg Library Council 4.
STANLEY JOHN SREDINSKI
"Senator" Copper Hill
Mary Anna Sredinski Stanley-I. Sredinski
Elinore N. Stotholf Anna Elizabeth Stout
Kathryn M. Stout Francis H. Strouse
Marv Louise Stryker Marie Elizabeth Stuart
"ll7ifb many a fricurlg tmrl mary rx foe."
Track 3g Musical Comedy 45 Glec Club 3, 45
Key Klickers 33 Agriculture Club I, Secretary 2,
Adviser 33 Masque and Sandal 3, 43 Radio Club 4,
Airplane Club, Secretary 33 judging Team 1, 2,
ELINORE N. STOTHOFF
"The art of dressing is a science."
Athletic Council 4g Basketball 2s Track Man-
ANNA ELIZABETH STOUT
"Tim music fha! ran flrepest reach and Cure all ill,
is conliul speech."
Glce Club 23 Key Klickers 3.
KATHRYN M. STOUT
"!l's 'nice fo be natural ufbrn you arc 1mf11rally
Student Council 23 Basketball 4g Track 2.
FRANCIS H. STROUSE
"Consfuuf Cl1CL'l'f1llllI?XX is fl sure sign of a 'wisf 1mm.'l
Student Council 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball,
33 Basketball 4g Track 3g Musical Comedy 2, 3,
4g Glue Club 4: Key Klickers 35 Simlvul Void'
Z, 3, 4: Echo 45 journalism 33 Masque and Sandal
3, 4: Debating 4.
MARY LOUISE STRYKER
"Cbvr'rful aml plc-asant wlJc'r4'Ucr you 1Ilc'rl bmi"
MARIE ELIZABETH STUART
"Thr goul is obiainecl only fbrougb jn'rsisfcm'J'."
Student Council 4: Musical Comedy 4g Erlro 4.
RUTH G. SUYDAM
"Kimlm'ss makes ber many friemlxf'
Key Klickers 3.
KATHERINE NORMA THATCHER
"A -zvomun nlufays rhuugmrlzlc aml capricious."
Home Economics Club, Vice-President 43 Art
GERALDINE WARNER VLEREBOME
"Happim'xs svvnzs 'maile lo be shared."
Key Klickers 3.
"I am ur I um nml so I wifl bef'
"Ami o'vr fbat fair broad brow 'were sketched Ibn
infcrscffccf lines of fbollgbtf'
Student Council 2, Treasurer 3, 43 Basketball
3, 4g Track 2, 53 Sfmleuf Vain' 3, 43 Echo 45 Class
Secretary 2, Vice-President 3g Classical Cruisers,
President 33 Le Cercle Francais, President 4.
MARTHA R. WIEDERKEHR
"Ta what the fum: ber buml, 'tis done."
Glcc Club 1, 2, 3g Key Klickers 3, Secretary-
Trcasurcr 45 Band of Owls Klub 3, Vice-President 4g
Slmlvui Voice 4.
ALDONA JOANNE YASUNAS
"Adel" Sand Brook
"A righl merry maid, sinrcrely true and ix good
Key Klickers 3.
BERTHA JUNE YASUNAS
"Girdie" Sand Brook
"She who smiles is flu' one uforfl: while."
Key Klickers 3.
Ruth G. Suydam Katherine N. Thatcher
Geraldine XV. Vlerebome Ruth I. Wipple
Elizabeth VVhittelsey Martha R. Vlliederkehr
Aldona Joanne Yasunas Bertha june Yasunas
I-IE years which lie immediately ahead of us are all-important.
Each of us has, to some extent, been affected by the changing
social and economic conditions and problems which have come
forcibly to light as a result of the underlying currents of the Industrial
In a few short days most of us will, of necessity, face three problems
to a far greater extent than heretofore. I fear that we as a group have
not given sufhcient heed to the opportunities offered to become basically
acquainted with these problems and to know as thoroughly as possible
the evolving program for their solution. This is probably especially true
with regard to the past two years of our high school course.
Changes in our social and political structure are at hand, or at least
they are definitely on the way.i This is the consensus of the opinions
expressed by experts. If these changes and adjustments are to be brought
about with a minimum of friction, the masses of people must give their
intelligent support to themj or, where suggested changes are inopportune
or vicious, they must be rejected by an enlightened public, through the
peaceful pressure of mass opinion.
The future is uncertain. Specific directions for, or a prophecy
concerning the next several years are practically valueless because of
the fact that the one permanent element involving the future is clarnzge.
And that element will predominate until we have achieved the new
socio-political set-up which seems destined to come. Let us hope it will
be a set-up that will insure to the people of this country and of the world
a greater share of well-being, both spiritual and physical, than has been
enjoyed by the people of present and past generations.
In so far as my words may carry weight with you, my classmates,
it is my hope and request that we may make efficient and extensive use of
the knowledge we have obtained in our four years together in Fleming-
ton High School as a foundation on which, to the best of our ability, to
help build the emerging netw social and political order. We who have
benefited so bounteously at the hands of our government-that same
government which is in process of profound change and readjustment--
liave mandated to us the solemn duty of using our foundation program
of high school education as a basis on which to build that greater and
more thorough knowledge of our universe which will enable us to be
intelligent and discriminating followers, and, where opportunity offers,
to be forceful, honest, and efficient leaders. With this thought, I wish
you Godspeed and farewell.
VAUGHN S. CARY
Prresirlczzt of the Class of 1934
Ellie iaiatnrg nf the Cllaan nf 1934
9' OUR YEARS ago a bewildered mass of one hundred twenty-Hve shy, but curious
.H students assembled as the first ninth grade of the newly organized junior high
school. None of us can forget our pride in the fact that ours would be the first
class to graduate from it. We entered into the school life with zest and determination.
It did not take us long to become acclimated to our new surroundings.
Two of our members were selected for the football team and they have played
with honor and distinction throughout their high school career.
The expanding activities program of our school offered many opportunities for
participation and a great many members of our class became active in the extra-
curricular life of the school.. Various clubs were created which provided an opportunity
for every pupil to become active in some organization of special interest to him. The
outstanding feature of the club program was Junior High Night in which the newly-
organized Pet Show was the most prominent element. This display of the work of
school activities has become a permanent annual feature. Before we realized it, the end
of the school year was upon us, bringing with it the final examinations. But after a
severe struggle we weathered the storm and were indeed a delighted group on the June
afternoon when we assembled for the promotion exercises.
As in the case of our previous year, the succeeding one sped hurriedly along. The
one cloud on the horizon of our first year in the senior high school was our inability to
keep the class treasury well supplied.
The first excitement of our junior year was the selection of our Class rings. This
was a busy year, especially for those of us who had entered into the extra-class activities.
Juniors largely composed the cast of the "Pirate's Daughter," the high school operetta.
The Student Council, athletics, staffs of publications, and the various clubs and organiza-
tions had more than a fair share of juniors participating.
With the end of the year, came the Junior Promenade, the outstanding social
event of the entire school year. The decorative theme was centered around a European
sidewalk cafe. Color, gayety, and excellent music made this occasion linger long in the
memories of those who attended.
Our senior year set the high water mark for our class. Our efforts of other years
began to bear fruit. New projects were sponsored and old ones revamped. As in our
junior year, many of our members were holding key positions in the various clubs, organi-
zations, and activities, both curricular and extra-curricular.
In April, our class left for Washington by bus. The memory of the tl1YCC
delightful days spent at our nation's capital will always remain with us.
With spring has come preparation for commencement, we have almost ree-Chefl
As this event approaches we look forward to the day of final parting with both
pleasure and regret-pleasure that we shall have completed our high school course and
will be ready to enter into our chosen life-work-regret that our pleasant school days
together are over, that we shall probably never be together again as a class, and that
close associations and friendships must.be unwillingly severed.
Eixfratis llirnm ,ZX Qllimfy GM 17411
Qwifb apologies fo Pcpysj
5 have newly taken a solemn oath about keeping a record of the happenings of
J some old school-mates of mine, which I am resolved to keep, according to the letter
of the.oath which I keep by me.
At the end of the last and the beginning of this year I do live in one of the
houses on High Street belonging to Mr. J. C. Miller, as one of the principal officers, and
have done now about half-a-year. I take myself now to be worth three hundred pounds
clear in money, and all my goods and all manner of debts paid which are none at all.
January lst. At noon I carried my wife by coach to my cozen Roger Clemens'
where we with the Lord Stanley Barrick and his Lady Jean, dined. Here I saw first
my cozen's second wife the former Maude Myers, which is a very respectful woman,
but his dinner a sorry poor dinner for a man of his estate.
January 3rd CLord's Dayj. A most tedious, unreasonable, and impertinent ser-
mon, by an Irish doctor, Daniel Foley. His text was, "Scatter them, O Lord, that
delight in wart."
January sth. The great talk of the towne is the strange election made yesterday
for agents to England from the colonieg viz. Solomon Karrow, a very excellent man,
and Michael Doria, that able statesman.
january 9th. Early up in the morning to read "XVoolley's Handbook" revised by
Manners, that professor from Oxford.
January 12th. Lay and slept well till three in the morning. To Lord Redling
and his lady the one-time Marjorie Fisher, to dine. There was Mr. Fuhrman and his
wife Isabelle, a pretty woman and speaks Latin, Mr. Vaughn Cary, Mr. Harry Mannon
and the two daughters of his, both very tall and the youngest very handsome, so much
as I could not forbear to love her exceedingly, having, among other things, the best
hand that ever I saw. After we had done eating, the ladies went to dance, and among
the men we had, I was forced to dance, too, and did make an ugly shift. Mistress
Jeanette O'Hare danced very well and seems the best humored woman that ever I saw.
About nine o'clock many did go home and so broke the party up very pleasant and
merry. Going home Sir Cary did walk with Mistress O'Hare and did seem to take
the opportunity of kissing her very often.
January 20th. To the Tavern, and there Mr. Herbert Sawyer, the mathematician,
to us, and there he did by discourse make us fully believe that England and France
were once the same continent. And at the table I had very good discourse wherein
he did assure me that frogs and many insects do often fall from the sky, ready formed.
And so I home to bed by daylight.
February 4th. To Mistress Louise Stryker's, who is a great butter-woman, and I
did see there the most of milke and creame, and the cleanest that ever I saw in my life.
In our way, we had great sport to try who should drive fastest, Sir Harry Preckwinkle's
coachbor Mr. Frank Pavlica's chariott. My friend Sir Harry did win. Being come home,
I to ed.
February 15th. Francis Strouse, Esquire and I went out with Sir Allen Pyatt to
bowles in his alley, and there had good sport. After dining we went and heard musique
at the Hall, played by the famous violinist Mr. Hiram Bellis-witsky. There we staid
talking and singing and drinking great draughts of claret till twelve at night, it being
moonshine, and so to bed, very near fuddled.
April 6th. To Gray's Inn XVal,k all alone, and with great pleasure, seeing the fine
ladies walk there finding a few of their names to be: Thelma Packer, Eleanore Schomp,
and Genevieve Snyder, all very enchanting.
April 17th. I went with my singing-master, Monsieur La Tourette, who had
done with me this morning, to White Hall where he introduced me to his friend
Mistress Martha NViederkehr, dancing-mistress, and her most nimble and graceful pupil
Mr. Rexton Reed.
April 27th. Wakeci this morning between four and five by my blackbird, which
whistled as well as ever I heard any. Later, to sec a duel between Senator Sredinski, who
did beat at all weapons, and one Jess Eichlin, who was soundly cut several times both
in the head and legs, that he was all over blood: and other deadly blows they did give
and take in very good earnest, till Eichlin was in a very sad pickle. Before I went to
bed, the barber, Grover Bodine, come to trim me and wash me, in order to my being
clean to-morrow, and so to bed.
April 28th. Saw Mr. Paul Pylypshyn's lady, the former Naomi Sipler, who my
wife concurs with me to be very pretty. Thence by coach, with a mad coachman, a
hardy fellow named Pinhas, that drove like mad down byeways, through Toade Lane-
everybody through the street cursing him, being ready to run over them. So home to bed.
May 9th. QLord's Dayj. At church in the morning a stranger Bishop Barton A.
Evans preached a good honest and painful sermon. To church Qagainj but slept part
of the sermon.
May 15th. Yesterday and to-day the sun rising very bright and glorious. Witli
my wife to the shop where I laid out in clothes for myself and wife, viz. a black baize
waist-coate, faced with silk, a new hat and silk tops for my legs from Brelsford, the
haberdasher. Later, at my periwigg-maker's, Catanio's shop, and there showed my
wife the periwigg made for me. Passing through the street my wife took a fancy to a
strange monkey owned by one peddler, later learning his name to be Signor Birnbaum.
May 16th. After dinner walked to my Lord Pimm's and there found him and
much other guests at table at dinner, among them Mistress Hoffman, affable and
engaging, methinks. It seems they have christened my Lord's young son to-day-
called him Harold Jr. I got a piece of cake. Dr. Louis Brown showed me the manner
of eating turpentine, which pleases me well, for it is with great ease.
June lst. Up by four o'clock in the morning and read Cicero's Second Oration
against Cataline, which pleased me exceedingly. By and by to Judge Little's oflice for
consulting on my Lord's business. Being invited to a ball and it being twilight, I
dressed in my new velvet cloak-that is lined with velvet, a good cloth the outside,
and put on my best periwigg and my new silk hat. By coach to Lord and Lady Fisher's,
who live in grandeur on Oak Lane. Lord Fisher, my former school-fellow, who is yet
a merry boy, welcomed us. Being ushered into the grand ball room we were delighted
to find a number of old acquaintances. Among those in prominence were Sir Minner
and his charming Lady Marian, Major Lance and his Lady, the former Elinor Stothoff,
Captain Mount and Mistress Kathryn Stout, Lieutenant Muller and Mistress Anna Stout,
Sir Arthur Rynearson and Mistress List, and many enchanting young ladies. During
evening very distressing scene when a lady, Mistress Wanda Schmidt, broke her thigh
by her heels slipping up upon her partner's, Mr. Nathan Smith's feet. Most excellent
musique we had in abundance, till two in the morning, with most complete content as
ever in my life.
June 17th. Up very betimes by candlelight again, and my business being done,
to my Lord Pimm's, and there find Mistress Kellam and Mistress Schubert, but, above
all, my dear Mistress Stuart, with whom I sang and in perfect pleasure I was to hear
her sing, and especially her little Scotch song of "Barbary Allen," and to make our mirth
the completer, Lord Pimm was in the highest pitch of mirth. XVeary to bed, after
having my hair of my head cut shorter, even close to my skull, for coolness, it being
mighty hot weather.
July 3rd. Up, and to send up and down for a nurse to look to my wife who is
sick. The nurse, Mistress Miller, newly arrived, who is a pretty good-bodied Woman,
and not over thicke, as I thought she would have been, but full of freckles, though
handsome in face.
July 30th. My wife and I to church, where several strangers of good condition
come to our pew and there did find one to be Mistress Josephine Phall. We did entertain
ourselves with a perspectiveglass up and down the church, by which we had the great
pleasure of seeing and gazing at a great many very fine women, recognizing Mistress
Nielson and Mistress W'hittelseyg and what with that, and sleeping, I passed away the
time till sermon was done.
August 9th, By coach to see my Lord and so home, buying a barrel of oysters at
my old oyster-woman's, Florence Scharer's in W'est Mae Street. And so to bed.
August 17th. My Lord's maid comes to me, and I did give the pretty maid,
Pauline Sharshon, half-a-crown for coming, and had a kiss or two-ELLE being mighty
JOLIE. To Lord Malashevitzis. Here I first saw and saluted his Lady Olga, a very
fine-speaking lady, and a good woman. Here my Lady Smith tells me that she hath
bought most of the wedding-clothes for Mistress Yasunas. Here 1 also, standing by a
candle that was brought for sealing a letter, do set my periwigg a-fire, which made
such an odd noise, nobody could tell what it was till they saw the flames, my back
being to the candle. To my vintner's and there did only look upon his wife, Zelda,
which is mighty handsome, and so to my glove and ribbon shop and did the like there,
seeing Mistress Higgins. And there stopping against the door of shop, SLIW the one-time
Rose Saltzman, now a widow, in a coach. I to her, and shook her by the hand, and
so she away. Here I saw Mistress Jennie Pegg, who is grown mighty fat, but is very
August 24th. This afternoon I got in some coals at 23s. per chaldron. There I
met with the pretty daughter of the coal-seller's, Gertrude Smith. Going home I did
meet with Hne Mistress Suydam, who is a great beauty. There I had my full gaze
upon her to my great content, she being a woman of pretty conversation.
September 6th, To church in the morning and there saw a wedding of Mistress
Mary Sredinski and Sir Henry Smith in the church, which I have not seen many a day,
young people so merry one with another. I placed myself in the parson's pew under the
pulpit, to hear Mistress Menchek singg of whom I have heard much, and indeed she
sings very Hnely. After service spoke with several friends of the couple, viz. Mistress
Chereek, Mistress Vlcrebome, Mistress Compton, Mistress Hai-wick, Mr. johnson, Mr.
Fiess, and Mr. Higgins.
September 18th. To XVhite Hall, thinking there to have seen the Duchess Fuller-
ton newly come from London, to make her a visit since her coming to towne. The
whole story of this lady is a romance, and all she does is romantic.
' September 23rd. To my Uncle Williaiii Fillebrown's where we dined with old
friends among the others, pretty Mistress Peters, who indeed is a very pretty ladyg Sir
Vivicn Britton did find it cost him l2d. a kiss after the first, yet he did adventure
upon a couple. And so to bed.
October soth. To the countrie, in the way meeting many milkmaids with their
garlands upon their pails, dancing with a fiddler before them, upon conversing they
told me their names were: Laura Kahn, Norma Thatcher, and Rose Kerekesg and saw
pretty Elsa standing at her lodgings, door in her smack sleeves and bodice: she seemed
a mighty pretty creature. Later to a Mistress Bertha Yasunas' houseg but she did not
presently come homeg and there I did kiss her maid Bessie Leibei-man, who is a mighty
belleg her other maid, Ruth NVhipple looking a little peeved I did up and kiss her alsog
all very sweet.
December 31st, Upon perusing my diary, many familiar names do seem to recall
happy memories of ye old school days. And so to bed.
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V. S. CARY H. A. SAWYER M. LIST L. J. KAHN R. REED
President Vice President Secrefary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms
ALVIN COLLINS J. LAMENDOLA HELEN STOLL E. WILLIAMS
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
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B. MCCUTCHEON MARY CRAIG ALICE ROBERTS MILDRED CRAIG
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
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llolunn Run'-tleft to rightj Marjorie Fisher, Geraldine Menchek, Josephine Phall, Florence Scharer,
llessic Lieberinan, Margaret Chereek, Marguerite l,ist, Laura Kahn, Miss A. llelen Shaw.
Second Ron'--Veronica Harwich, Eleanor Schomp, Marian Schlapfer. Mary Fullerton, Louise
Stryker, -leanettc 0'llare, Elizabeth Mills, Anna Stout, Mary Sredinski, Rose Saltzman.
Third Row--Tlieresa Schubert, Ruth XYhipple, lilsa Drechsler, Geraldine Vlercbunie, Mary Higgins,
Zelda llerkuwitz, Olga Lukshis, Naomi Sipler, Thelma Packer, Jennie Pegg.
Fourth Row-Martha XYiederkehr, Iileanore Miller, Jean Mathews, Marjorie Peters, Elinore Stotlioff,
Marie Nielsen, XVanda Schmidt, Aldona Yasunas, Marie Stuart.
'liup Ron'-Grace Kellam, Norma Thatcher. lsabelle lliggins, Elizabeth XVhittelsey, Ruth Suydam,
Pauline Sharshon, Bertha Yasunas, Genevieve Snyder, Gertrude Smith Reba Compton, Kathryn Stout.
Not in picture-Dorothy llofTinan, Rose Kerelces. Maude Myers, flennis Smith.
llnttom Ron'-lleit to rightj Vaughn Cary, Rexton Reed, Sidney Birnbaum, Sol Karrmv, Henry
Smith. Herbert Sawyer, Mr. Harold S. Goldsmith.
Second Row-Charles Fisher, XVilliam Mangners, llarnld Pinlm, XVilliam Fillebrown, Linden l.a
Tourette, Grover Bodine, Michael Malashevitz.
JI Third Row--George Mount. Michael Doria, Max Pinhas, Foster Lance, Frank Muller, Norman
I-'ourth Ron'-Allen Pyatt, Stanley Sredinski, Daniel Foley, lidward Catanio, Ferdinand Nosek,
Fifth Row-Vivien Britton, john Fuhrniann, Arthur Rynearson, lliram llellis, Stanley Barrick.
Sixth Ruw-Raymond Minner, Harry Preckwinkle, llarry Mannon, Francis Strouse, John Redlinfr.
llaruld Higgins. I U
'Fon Row-,less liichhn, Barton Evans, Nathan Smith, Paul Pylypsliyii, John llrelsiord, Franlt
Not in picture-Louis Brown, Roger Clemens.
Bottom Row-Qleit to rightl Helen Stoll, Annie Curtis, Mary Vlerebome, Florence Levine, Anna
Curflza, Mrs. Dorothy Landis, faculty adviser, Grace Bird, Anna Eurs, Marian lvins, Ruth Pyatt, Eleanor
Second Row-Ruth Bohren, Ruth Knickel, Virginia lihrenfeld, Mary Brelsiord, Muriel Higgins,
Evelyn lflardenburg, Blanche Gray, llelen McCrea, Pauline Clemens, lidna Smith,
Third Row-Ruth Potts, Helen Sasor, Margaret Bodine, Bessie Smith, Virginia Ronalder, lilizabeth
Tirpolc, Mary Nicholson, Julia- Kocsis, Kathryn Emery. 1 ,
Fourth Row-Anna Opdycke, Ruth Hageman, Aurelia Prato, Helen Gellner, Lillian Bodine, Eliza'
beth liveritt, Catherine Heitz, Alice Hagan, Pauline Hellyer. -
Fifth Row-Lois Strouse, Mildred Foley, lgdna Holcombe, Hazel Kellam, Victoria Bauhuhs, Esther
Berkowitz, Marie Bourgart, Elizabeth lYhipple, Eleanor Bodine, Irene Horvath, Rose Beyer.
Sixth Row-Virginia Miuner, Hilda Mansch, Ruth Sipler, Mae Lawson. Stella l'rato, Nlafgafel
Higgins, Josephine Oaks, Christl Stangl, Uytendale Lovell, Laurence Ramsey. 7
'top Row-Martha Ransom, Margaret ltchmoney, Ruth Allen, Florence lVilson, Catherine Xoung,
'l'helma Kline, Margaret Castner, Madeline Schmitt, Dorothy Mathews. K '
Not in picture-Milula Polenz, Marian Porter, Gladys Rink, Grace Cesta, Justine Dilts.
' Junior Boys
Bottom Row-ileft to rightj Joseph Lamendola, .Roger Snyder, Robert Culberson, Robert Hoduhk,
Paul Venable, VVillian1 Toth, Stanley Hut, Arthur Miller, AlVl11-COlllllS,4lhlf. John.MacMurray.
Second Row-George Fargo, Earle Cole, Stanley Bartles, Geoffrey Buckwalter, 'John Volk, Charles
XVeber, Alexander Kennedy, Fred Hoffman, Charles Fabian Mr. John C. Miller. D I
Third Row-Harold kitchen, Morris Cole, Edmund Cltilmonik, Charles Sauer, Frederick Dissler,
Gordon Von NViegan, Thomas Higgins, Chester Schultz, Irving Factorwitz, Norman Fiess. .
Fourth Row-Furman Boughner, Raimon Cary, xvllllillll Fink, Howard Higgins Jr., lVillia1n Pedrick,
Stanley McPherson, Joseph Bennett, Charles Danberry, Stanley Etzel. . 0 A
Fifth Row-Francis Hulsizer, Steven Cvetan, Steven Poletelo, Philip Robinson, VVilliarn Prall, XX llham
Dissler, Edward Emery, WVilliam Lewis, Frederick Roclgalellow, Mr..XV1l.l1ani Cottman. D, ,
Top Row-VValter Edge, Robert Titus, Robert Higgins, Perle Kelderling, Adolph--Schlllberg, Pierson
Case, Morris Selesnick, Humghrey Fullerton, Alan Suttphm. R . ' l 'Q
Not in picture--Charles onover, John Coleman, lNathan Levine, John Pnuewski, Burton Smith.
lllottoni Row-Cleft to rightj Mildred Craig, Barbara McCutcheon, Sarah Beutell, Alice Bodnar,
lidith Rnpell, Alletta Gnlick, Martha Galvin, Ruth Smith, Alice Roberts, Mary Craig, Miss Rattray.
Second Row-Miss Park, Mary Race, Mary VVilde, Lottie ll'ilczynski, Florence lottcr, Lena Voor-
hees, Lillian Gilbert, Elizabeth Stryker, Alice Bellis, Emma Mike.
Third Row-Anna Fitzpatrick, Beatrice Rynearson, Florence Rowe, Julia Fabian, Helen Fihnon,
Mabel Cronce, Florence Marion, Grace Shipman, XVinnie Kuntz, Ruth Woodside. Elsie llarwick.
Fourth Row--Gretta Cox, Edna Nief, Margaret Serritlge, Mary Sahaydak, Grace Honsel, Margaret
Bachzirtly, Katheryne Dektarovich, Leah Allen. Florence Anderson, Anna Staats.
Filth Row-Helen hlaczko, Mildred Hopf. Marion Ringer, Mary Smith, Ruth Snyder, Irma Barth,
XVantla Austin, Anna Washkevich, Margaret Sowsian, Frieda Saltzman, Dorothy Schomp.
U Sixth Row-:Barbara lVeber, Florence Mader, Kathleen Kerekes, Ethel Horvath, Lucia Zanetti,
hhzabeth Hill, Virginia Peters, Rosetta Case. Frances Tuio, Ruth Decker, Miss Frances Foley.
Top Row-Jeanette liverxtt, Tillie Redling, Elizabeth Charles, Elsie Marks, Helen Drechsler, Helen
Nychypor, Ilelen Van Fleet, Verna Locke, Marjorie Opclycke, Jean Nevins.
Nut in picture-Mary Dean, Marion Decker, Barbara linea, Anite Factorwitz, Mary Hoagland, Nellie
Rowe, Ann Sicak, Ruth Spangler, Helen Skerlick.
I Sophomore Boys
Bottom Row--Cleft to rightj .Porter Little, XVilliam Ehrenfeld, Michael Korbnlic, Peter Eckmayer,
George Sauer, Edward Bealkowskt, Rudolph Tittl, Samuel Komisar, Mr. Earle Davison.
Second Row-John Totten, George Herder, James Bondarovich, Bruno Bealkowski, Ellsworth
Haver.'Daniel Batta, Michael llarwick, Leo Selesnick. '
Third Row-Alex Poletelo, Robert Nief, Joseph Mallick, Donald Reasoner, Allie Zanetti, John
Sladden, John Fenwick, James Totten.
. Fourth Row-Marcel Maranda, Vlfilliant Roe, Edgar Haver, Lester Suydaxn, Edgar Jones, Nom1au
Miller, XVarren Case, Joseph Tesarik.
Fifth Row-Milton Thatcher, Roineyn-Xvalters, John Cox, Donald Kuhl, Arthur Keating, Vincent
Hamilton, Arthur Vlioodruff, Franklin Hamilton.
Sixth Row-Milton Smith, Frank XVilczynski, Lambert Abel, Robert Dutcher, Chapin Lowe, John
List, Robert Lewis, Stanley Xliielenta.
Not in picture-William Christian, Russell Deemer, John Eisele, Howard Higgins, Joseph Hrubos.
Who's Who in Senior High
Most attractive girl ...... Marjorie Peters..-
Haurlsom-esf boy .... ,....... . Vaughn Cary ,.....
C l e ve rest ..,...,.............. ...F rank Muller ......
Most popular .,...,.........
Best athlete-girl ..... --.
Best athlete-boy ...........
Class bachelor ......,........
.jean Mathews .....
-jean Mathews .....,.... . ..,.,
.Raymond Minner ...,..,.,,
-Allen Pyatt ..,....,.
Helen Stoll ..g,..,,.,...
----.--.--Robert Higgins..-.....Robert Dutcher
Ralmon Cary ........,.., R osetta Case
-----.---Iosephine Oaks-.------.Craig twins
Mildred Foley ,..r..,..
Margaret Serrid ge
Roger Snyder .,.,........ Donald Reasoner
Walter Edge ..,.. ,....... D aniel Batta
Class ladies, man ........... R oger Clemens ,,.............
Class wit .....,,..,...,...v...... .Frank Muller .......,.....,...
Docs -most for scbool .,.. .jean Mathews .........,....... Alvin Collins
Most brilliant ,,,............. .Elizabeth Whittelsey ..,.
Biggest eater ..........,...., ...
Most likely to succeed.--
Mosf courteous-girl ...,..
Qmctest ,.,,,,...,..,....,.. ......
N olslest .,.,...,..................
Most original ..,..............
.Harold Pimm ......... ......
Linden LaTourette ,,,,.,,.
,Jean Mathews ......
Roger Clemens ..........,... Fred Hoffman.--.
,Elizabeth Wliittelsey --..
Most courteous-boy ------.
Wesley Little -....--.....
-Ruth Pyatt .-------
Maude Myers ...-....-.-....
- Norman Fiess
William Lewis. -------.-. Chapin Lowe
.Ralmon Cary -----------, Robert Nief
-Norman Fiess --------- . Alice Roberts
--Edna Holcombe, -----
Morris Selesnickg -----
Robert Higgins .------ .Arthiar Keating
Raxmon Cary ------...--- Rosetta Case
Haralest worleer .--....---.. .Harold Pimm -.,-...--.-..-.- .
Class politician ----.---.----. .Sol Karrow --...--..
Norman Fiess -.------.-- Alice Roberts
fred Hoffman .---------. Chapin Lowe
Alvin Collins -----.-----. .Chapin Lowe
Most busirmss-like ---..----- .Sol Kai-row ----.------------..-
Nratvst ---.---.-----.-----.---.--- Elinore Stothoff .-...--...... Edna Holcombe
Greatest social fame ..-..- .Jean Mathews ....--
Most basbful boy ......-.--. Allen Pyatt .-.-.....
Biggest blujer -.------..-.-.
Most all-around ------------,
Nathan Smith ..............
Best 1la1u'cr-girl -----..--..- .Jeanette O'I-late..
Best danCer-boy,mmm--Raymond Mmner .......... .
. ------ .Porter Little
Eleanor Bodine --,. .-.-.Rosetta Case
John Volk. -----.-------.- .John Fenwick
-Morris Selesnick -....-. .Chapin Lowe
Jean Mathews -............... .Josephine Oaks. --.--.-- C raig twins
Virginia Ehrenfeld ---, Julia Fabian
Roger Clemens ....--.........
Best actress -.--- ...--.-.. J ean Mathews.-.---
Bcsf actor .--..-- --..-.-..
Class midget ------- ------ - .Sidney Birnbaum.
C lass giant -..-------..--.-.--
Most optimistic ----------.,-
.Jean Mathews .........-...... ,Christl Stangl..
Most pessimistic -------.----. .
-Paul Pylypshyn ........,....
Rose Kerekes. ---- -
Raimon Cary .-.-------- .Donald Reasoner
.-.----L,.Eleanor Bodine.--.-..--Rosetta Case
Raymond Minner .... L .... .Raimon Cary .--....-.... Porter Little
Nathan Levine .......... Samuel Komisar
.Walter Edge .--..-.---.- -.Lambert Abel
Ruth Knickel. -...-.-..-. Frank Wilczynslii
Favorite tcacber ......-..... Mr. Goldsmith .........-.... Mr. Coffman ..-.-.-...--. Mr. Goldsmith
Favorite sport ...........-..... Basketball ..........-.. -.-.-..-.. B asketball. ..-........-.-..- Basketball
Most a'ignifiea' senior .-..
jolliest junior .............-...,-.-.
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Bottom Row-Cleft to rightl Joseph Bennett, Max Pinlias,'XVillia1n Manners, Geoilrey Buckwalter.
Arthur Vlfoodruff, Charles Danberry, Vaughn Cary.
Second Row-Foster Lance, Hiram Bellis, Vililliani Peclrick, Rexton Reed, captaing John List,
George Mount, Michael Doria, Raimon Cary.
Top Row-Nathan Smith Frank Pavlica, Daniel Foley, Harrv Mannon, Harold Higgins, Francis
Strouse, Perle Keiderling, Robert Dutcher, Raymond Mimier, Stanley Barrick, manager.
Not in picture-Howard Higgins, Thomas Higgins, John Cox. Robert'Nief, Robert Lewis, Chapin
Lowe, Harry Preckwinkle.
' The Football Squad '
HE 1933 football teamycomposed largely of seniors, reached its
peak in the :Hackettstown game, continued with mediocre success,
and rallied togarner a victory in the Thanksgiving Day game with
Larnbertville. The team possessed splendid defensive strength, but in
the absence of a functioning backfield was offensively unimpressive.
Since football was dropped by several of the customary opponents,
Flemington necessarily faced two or three teams which were out of her
class. Nevertheless the Red and Black made a creditable showing against
these opponents. '
F. H. S. H Opponent 'F. Hi S. Opponent
0' .... .-- Linden ....... ...... 1 3 0 ..... .... C ranford ..-- .... -.- 41
13 .... ....... N ew Hope ...... ..... 2 0 ..... ,..... S omerville .,.. ..,.. 0
1 3 .... ...... W ashington ............ 0 1 2 ..... ,... M orristown ...,. ..... 1 4
0 .... .... H ackettsrown .... --- 7 6 ...,, .... L ambertville ..... -- 0
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llotunn Row-Qleft to rightj Mr. Fred llefleron, coachg Stanley Barrick, Francis Strouse, Vaughn
Cary, Perle Keiderlinz, Sol Karrow, manager.
Second Row-George Fargo, Raymond Minner, Frederick Rockafellow, Roger Snyder.
Third Row-Furman Boughner, XYillia1n Fink, Arthur Rynearson, John List.
'Pop Row-Daniel Foley, William Peclrick, Chapin Lowe, George Mount, Thomas Higgins, ass't mgr.
Not in picture-Howard Iliugins, Arthur Keating, Rainmn Cary, Ass't Manager.
OR the third season in succession the boys' basketball team of Flem-
ington High placed second in the Hunterdon County League. In
each of these occasions the crown was relinquished to High Bridge.
All league games but two Were victories for Flemington.
The team which was responsible for this successful season was
composed largely of seniors, who -will be lost to the school next year
through graduation. A temporary captain was appointed for each game,
and at the end of the season Vaughn Cary was chosen honorary captain
by the members of the squad.
F. H. S. Opponent F. H. S. Opponent
-,- Alumni ..,.... ..,... F renchtown .......... -- 8
Washington .... ..... H ampton .... ..... 1 5
High Bridge High Bridge ..... 23
. Hampton ..... .... .... C linton ...... ..--- 16
-.. Clinton -- ..-. ....... Alumni ...,.... ------.- 23
Washington Frenchtown .... - ..... 20
Bottom Row-Cleft to rightj Marian Schlapfer, managerg Elizabeth Tirpok. Margaret Serridge, jean
Mathews, ca rtaing Julia Fabian, Miss Ruth Jenkins, coach. A
Second ilow-Lucia Zanetti, Alice Bellis, Marguerite List. Barbara lVebcr, Olga Lnlcshis.
Third Row--Jeanette O'lIare, Eleanore Miller, Barbara McCutcheon.
Fourth Row-Jean Nevius, Elizabeth XVhittelsey, Kathryn Stout, Iflizzibetlx Mills.
Top Run'-Mililred Foley, Helen Stoll.
WO seasons in which girls' basketball flourished were followed this
year by a season less brilliant, when measured in terms of games
won and lost. The loss of several members of last year's team was
keenly felt because of the lack of offensive power. A squad of sixteen
players was coached by Miss Ruth Jenkins to develop a team for the
current season while building a more experienced squad for next fall.
Whatev'er the girls' team may have lacked in skill was more than compen-
sated by the sportsmanship and friendliness with which they encounter-
ed superior opponents.
Six players-Captain Mathews, Whittelsey, Lukshis, Mills, Stout,
and List--graduate, and it is hoped that the remainder of the squad will
form the nucleus for a strong team.
F. H. S. Opponent F. H. S. Opponent
12 ...... ..... A lumnae .............. 33 9 ..,..... Hampton .,..........., 2 2
2 6 ...... ..... H ampton ., ..... ,.,.. 3 3 3 0 ..... ..... C linton .... ..,. 2 1
45 .... ....... C linton ...,,. ...,. 1 6 18 ..... .... A lumnae ..... .... 2 3
1 1 ...,.. Frenchtown .... ..... 3 7 10 .,... .... F renchtown ,..... 19
Bottom Row Ueft to rightl Alvin Collins, Raimon Cary, Ellsworth Haver, Thomas Higgins, Roger
Snyder, Vaughn Cary.
Second Row-Ravmond Minner, Robert Titus, Harold Fiess, Edward Catanio, Addlf Schillberg,
XVillian1 Manners. i
Third Row-Frank Vllilczynski, Francis Strouse, Stanley Barrick, Foster Lance, Michael Daria,
Fourth Row--Mr. Fred lleiferon, coachgt Charles Fisher, manager: Rexton 'Reed.
Not in picture-Frank Pavlica, Perle heiclerlmg, ass't-manager, Norman Fiess, ass't manager.
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F. H. S. Opponents F. H. S. Opponents
10 High Bridge ,.........,. 8 4 ..., ..... C linton --n--,-,,- -- S
1 -,- ,... Lambertville .... 9 S .... -,- Washington --,,.-,-,,- S
6 Clinton -,- 1 S ..... Hampton ---.. .--.- 0
4 ..., .... H ampton ...,. .... S S ..... ..,, F renchtown .... ..,.. 3
3 ,.,.. ,.,v H igh Bridge .... .... 9 4 ..... .... W ashington ..., S
0 ..., Lambertville S 11 .... ..... F renchtown 12
May 8-Flemington at Lambertville May 22--Flemington at Annandale Farms
May 11-Flemington at Huh Bridge May 25--Flemington at Frenchtown
May 18-Hampton at Flemington June 1-Clinton at Flemington
June 9-Flemington vs. Alumni
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Bottom Row-Cleft to rightj J. Mathews, l.. Karrow. Miss Shaw, I". Iiurs, S. Karrmv, A. Collins.
Second Row-E. Kerr, D. Rink, G. Fink. Third Row-P. Little. R. Case, L. Zanetti. H. Craipr, A. liurs,
G. Bird. Fourth Row-N. Balabas, H. Stoll, I. Sipler. li. VVhlttelsey, A. Roberts, J. Oaks. Fifth Row
--A. Vllard, F. llamilton, P. Robinson, li. Strouse, V. Cary, II. Pimni, Not in picture-A, Bird.
Student Council-First Semester
O N F R O N T E D with numerous problems, the Student Council
focused its attention upon three projects during the first semester,
namely, revision of the constitution, determination of a method for
checking and reducing absence and tardiness in classes, and establishment
ofa means to deal with chronic offenders of council regulations.
The constitution under which student participation had its begin-
nings, two years ago, was rendered obsolete by the extension of council
membership and activities into the junior school, and other changes
appeared desirable. The constitution was revised in committee, and
more directly, in council meetings. Revised and accepted by the council,
the vote of the student body indicated complete approval of the docu-
The Council considered and accepted a plan for the control of
absence and tardiness in classes. Handled by a student committee the
system has been in operation since January.
Late in the term, the Council directed its energies toward the
erection of machinery to secure the enforcement of council regulations.
A committee of ive, two teachers and three students, deals with persons
who are not disposed to cooperate with the Council in the observance of
essential regulations. The chairman of this committee - Court of
Honor - is a council member. The plan was authorized by the student
body, and is incorporated in the provisions of the new constitution.
Council officers were: president, Sol Karrowg vice-president, Alvin
Collins, secretary, jean Mathews. Miss Helen Shaw was faculty adviser.
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Bottom Row-fleft to riglitj M. lliggins, I. Mathews, S, Birnbaum, A. Bai-biclie, B.. W'i1lte, H. Pimm,
Mr. Cox. Second Row-E. Cole, P. Chantz M. Stuart, E. Mike, B. XVeber, Don. Higgins. Third Row-
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J. Neustatlt, P. Vena le, . iintner, 1. ,en'us. . ar yn, . 'c uc . op '-'. ' -
fellow, S. Barrick, F. Lance, F. Strouse, XV. Case, M. Collins. Not in picture-R. Clemens, F. Rowe.
Student Council-Second Semester
N HERITING a fairly complex organization with committees to care
for a dozen or more services and functions, the Council for the second
semester aimed not so much to add to its list of duties and services, as
to improve the quality and efficiency of the existing system of control.
Working toward this end, considerable progress was made in the estab-
lishment of stronger homeroom contacts, increased participation in the
junior high school, and more effective publicity.
The duties and functions of several committees were revised to
make the plans more workable, and with regulations, Were codified for
use by future Councils. Marked progress was made by the Announce-
ment committee, Election Board, and Absence and Tardiness committee.
Several innovations and improvements were introduced by the Traffic,
Sanitation, Lost and Found, and Reception committees.
One of the greatest needs of the Council Was a varied and effective
program of publicity-to bring definite information to the homeroom
constituencies, to encourage cooperation of all groups in the improvement
of the school, and to create a favorable attitude and respect for an
activity which is by no means spectacular in nature, to Wit, student
government. Wforking through the Assembly committee, the Council
made small beginnings in the task of integrating and coordinating the
activities of the school. Practically all of the activities had an opportuni-
ty to present assembly programs of an informative and entertaining
nature. Future Councils may Well continue these efforts toward coordi-
nation in the activities program.
The Council was headed by Jean Mathews, president, Margaret
Higgins, vice-president, Harold Pimm, secretary-treasurer, and Mr.
Robert A. Cox was the adviser.
Bottom Row-tleft to right! Mr. Miller, lVhittelsev, L. Kahn, J, Matliews. S. Karrow, ll. Piinm,
Miss Yeagle. l.. Axtell, S. Barrick. Second Row-N. Sipler, M. Peters, S. Birnbaum, l.. SCIESHIQK.
I. Harwick, E. Nief, B. Lieberman, M. List. Third Row--J. Fuhrxnann, M. Stuart, E. Miller, O. Lukshis,
E. Berkowitz, Z. Berkowitz, Britton, A. Barbiche. Fourth Row-H. Fiess, l.. Strouse, A. Collins, ll.
McCrea, L. Zanetti, M. Higgins, J. Oaks, P. Venable, J. Rosswaag, M. Hagen, J. Fabian. B. Mills. Top
Row-1. liiggills, R. Case, Wiilliams, II. Stoll. F. Strouse, M. Schlapfer. Not in picture-R. Cary. N.
Fiess, L. Voorhees, R. Nief, H. Higgins, L. Abel, H. Bellis, M. Porter, C. Stangl, J. Slarltlen, J. Malliclc.
The Echo Staff
HE compilation of this volume of the Echo encountered unusual
difliculties. Because of the depression the staff felt that a further
reduction should be made in the price charged for the book. It
seemed desirable that the same high quality of workmanship and material
should be maintained in spite of the fact that printing costs remained
on a level with those of the previous year. Therefore, the problem re-
solved itself largely into how to get all of the essential pictorial and verbal
records of the school activities into a smaller volume than heretofore.
This was accomplished by taking close-focus group photographs and
eliminating as much of the background as possible. This permitted the
use of smaller half-tones, which, at the same time printed larger individual
pictures than usual. By condensing the write-ups for each organization
to their essentials, it was possible to represent two organizations on each
page. Further savings were made possible by the use of linoleum block
cuts for the printing of division pages. The extensive use of good
amateurphotography greatly improved the athletic and club sections
of the volume.
The work of the staff was greatly aided by Miss Yeagle, Supervisor
of Artg by Mr. Cox whose advice in editing and checking copy was in-
valuable, and by Mr. MacMurray who expended much time and energy
in taking , developing, and printing the snapshots used throughout
the book. The editorial staff was headed by Harold Pimm, with Elizabeth
Whittelsey, Marguerite List, and John Fuhrmann as assistant editors. Jean
Mathews was in charge of the art work. The business staff was headed
by Sol Karrow, and Laura Kahn was advertisingmanager, and Stanley
Barrick was circulation manager, and Mr. John C. Nlillerfaculty adviser.
Bottom Row-Cleft tu rightl Miss Edith Rattray, Vauglm Cary, Marjorie Peters, lVeslev l.ittle.
Second Row-Mr. liarle Davison, Marian Schlapfer, lilinore Stnthotf, Mr. Robert A. Cox.
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l'ourtli Rmr--Raymond hlximer, btanley Barrick, llerbert Sawyer.
OLLOXVING the general pattern and philosophy of activities in
Flemington High School, the student body has an important share
in the planning and control of the athletic program of the school.
Membership in the Athletic Association is open to all students through
the purchase of an activities ticket or through payment of membership
dues. To the Athletic Council have been delegated the powers to de-
termine athletic policies, to regulate athletic budgets, to sponsor inter-
scholastic and intramural athletics, to regulate and award insignia, and to
control and supervise the funds of the Association.
The Council has completed a year which was only moderately
diflicult. Since most of its problems are financial, matters were greatly
simplified by the very successful musical comedy "The Belle of Bagdadng
the new athletic field which, being inclosed, resulted in increased gate
receiptsg and basketball games which were well-attended.
A new plan of awards became operative last fall, a marked departure
from the previous system. Players earning a letter in a recognized sport
are awarded their letter but once. Should they fulfill the requirements
in subsequent years, they receive certificates indicating second or third
award. This plan possesses the double advantage of economy and in-
creased appreciation of school insignia.
The varsity baseball team was the outgrowth of an intramural
baseball series inaugurated by the Physical Education department. Fi-
nancing the varsity season, the Council also gave approval and support
to the intramural program. ,
The Council was headed by Wesley Little, presidentg and was advised
by Mr. Cox, Mr. Davison, and Miss Rattray. Managers of sports and
two members-at-large complete the membership of the Council. The
principals are ex-officio members.
Bottom Row-Lleft to right, S. Karrow, M. Chereek, li. XVhittelsey, l.. Kahn, II. Pimni, M. Peters.
J. Mathews, M. XViederkehr, H. Fiess. Second Row-R. Saltzman. l.. Lanetti, Miss Park, Mrs. Landis,
C. Slangl. Tliirrl Row-J. Oaks, l.. Strouse, M. Ransom, Ii. XVilliams, ll. Stoll, Ii. Berkowitz. Fourth
Row-F. Hamilton, P, Robinson, S, Birnbaum, I.. Selesnick. O'Hare, M. Craig. Top Row-R. Cary,
N. Smith, F. Strouse, J. Brelsiortl. Not in picture-J. Nevius, P. Sokoluiif, R. Clcmens.
Student Voice Stand'
A medium for the recognition and publication of creative literary and art work
was provided for by Student Voice, the bi-monthly magazine of the senior high school.
Each volume of this magazine represented the cooperative efforts of the literary staff, the
pupils of the Art department, and the Key Klickers. Mrs. Dorothy Landis, Miss Helen
Shaw, and Miss Blanche Park were the faculty advisers.
Bottom Row--lleft to rightj XV. Lewis. P. Robinson, Miss Molson, S. Barrick, R. Cary. Second
Row-V. Minner, M. Higgins, A. Hagen, L. Bodine, li. Nief, M. Brelsford. Third Row-F. Lance,
M. Buurgart. N. Sipler, 'l'. Packer, M. List, E. Bodine. M. Selesnick. Fourth Row-G. Mount, A.
Sutpliin T. Higgins. A. Rynearson ll. Sawyer, XV. Little, V. Cary. Fifth Row-R. Reed, XV. Prall,
S. Sredinski. H. Preckwinkle, KV. llissler, P. Keiderling. Top Row-R. Minner, F. Strouse. Not in
Picture-F. Cregar, R. Clemens, J. Coleman, G. Rink, L. Bel, J. Dilts, V. Ehrenfeld, A. Fabian, 12.
A desire to stimulate an appreciation of vocal music and to furnish practice in
choral work and part singing led to the formation of the senior high school Glee Club.
This group met once each week under the direction of Miss Irene Molson, music super-
visor of the Flemington Schools. Special programs were presented by the club at
Christmas, Easter, and other special occasions.
Mike, M. Porter, N. Saunders.
Bottom Row-Qleft to rightb N. Levine, ll. Maczko, L. Axtcll., J. Bodine. J. Allegcr, N. Dunbar.
Second Ron'-G. Smith, M. Ransom, A. Sntphin, S. Bartlcs, T. Higgins. 'lhird Ron'--F. Hulsizcr. I..
l.a'l'0urette, A. Rynearson. M. Tliatcher, G. llerrler. Top Row-Miss Molson, R. Higgins, M. Korbnlic.
The Flemington School Band came into existence four years ago in response to a
demand for training pupils in the use of brass and woodwind instruments. The band has
performed Il very useful service in publicity campaigns for the support of school
activities, as well as adding materially to the school spirit at athletic contests. This
organization has been under the direction of Miss Irene Molson.
Y. Britton. J. Brelsforrl.
Bottom Row-Cleft to riglitj J. Bodine, I. Alleger, N. Dunbar, S. Bartles, Brelsford. F. Nose-k.
A. Sntphin, N. Balabas. Second Row-N. Levine, G. Smith, M. Ransom, H. .Iaczko, I.. Axtell, H.
llarnjick, B. Kerr, K. Emery. Third Row--F. Stothoff, H. Bellis, G. Buckwalter, E. Holcombe, M.
Higgnish G. Herder, H. Sawyer. Fourth Row-F. Hulsizer, A. Rynearson, V. Britton, Miss Molson,
T. Higgins. Top Row-I.. Abel, R. Higgins. Not in picture-G. Alleger, N. Cary, L. Higgins.
Musically inclined pupils have added to their knowledge and ability, and have,
at the same time made praiseworthy contributions to the success of public entertain-
ments, as members of the school orchestra. These students willingly remained after
hours to prepare musical interludes for the "Belle of Bagdadf' the "Prince of Peddlersf'
and commencement week activities. Miss Irene Molson directed the orchestra.
Musical Comedy A
On December eighth and ninth, "The Belle of Bagdadf' a musical comedy in two
acts, was presented in the high school auditorium for the benefit of the Athletic Associ-
ation. The plot centered about the endeavors of three Hollywood Photographers to find
the unknown "Belle of Bagdadf' The caliph had issued a proclamation in the city that
all persons having cameras were to be shot without trial. Clever lines and catchy tunes
made the musical comedy one of the most successful in many years. The presentation
was coached by Mrs. Dorothy Landis, assisted by Miss Irene Molson, Miss Ruth Jenkins,
and Mr. Fred Hefferon. Once again Miss Helen Yeagle and Mr. Leon Hall were re-
sponsible for the design, construction, and painting of the scenery.
Bottom Row-Qleft to rightl Miss Shaw, Z. Berkowitz. J. Dilts, li. Bodine, H. Stoll. Top Row-
F. Strouse, R. Clemens, S. Karrow, C. Fisher, H. Bellis. Not in picture-J. Brelsford,
"Three Cornered Moon," by Gertrude Tomkouogy, a Broadway and recent cinema
success, was the annual Junior-Senior play presented on May fourth, in the high school
auditorium. Miss Helen Shaw, assisted by Miss Margaret Kennedy, coached the pro-
duction. The plot of the comedy dealt with the crazy doings of the Rimplegar family
which lost its money in the market crash and 'was compelled to seek work. A '
Bottom Row-Cleft to rigliti T.. Ramsey, F. Muller, J. Mathews, R. Minner, I. Fuhrmann, Mrs.
Landis, S. Karrow. Second Row-l.. Strouse M. Peters, E. Bodine. S. Birnbaum, Z. Berkowitz, Nf
Sipler. Third Row-R. Case. R. Cary, Ii. Williams, M. Ransom, M. Opdycke, V. Cary. Fourth Row-
I. Higgins, H. Bellis, N. Smith, A. Rynearson. I.. LaTourette. Top Row-F. Strouse, S. Sredinski,
H. Preckwiilkle, J. Brelsford. Not in picture-R. Clemens, C. Schultz, M. Pinhas.
' Masque and Sandal Club
Membership in this organization was confined to those who demonstrated dramatic
ability in stage productions, or to those who acted as publicity, property, or stage
directors. This year's productions were "The Trysting Place," a comedy by Booth
Tarkington, and "A Message From Khufu," a serious drama concerning archaeological
exploration in an Egyptian tomb, by Cottman and Shaw. The oificers were: Raymond
Minner, presidentg Jean Mathews, vice-presidentg John Fuhrmann, secretary, and Frank
Mullcr, treasurer. Mrs. Dorothy D. Landis was faculty adviser.
Bottom Row-Qleft to rightj Mr. Painter, M. Craig, L. Kahn. S. Kari-ow, Miss Foley, M. Craig.
Second Run'-l.. Zanetti, l.. Stronse, lf. Bodine, L. Selesnick, V. Cary. Third Row-M. Foley, B, Mc
Cutcheon. li. XYillian1s, F. Hamilton, S. Barrick, A. Rynearson. Top Row-R. Minner, G. Mount, P.
Robinson, R. Cary.
Through the medium of the School News section of the Hunterdon County
Demorraf, Flemington and the surrounding communities were informed each week of
progress made in the Flemington Public Schools. This information was prepared and
edited for publication by the Journalism Class under the sponsorship of Miss Frances
Foley. Sol Karrow was school editor.
Bottom Row-Cleft to rightl A. Pyatt, M. Chereek, L. Kahn, R, Saltzman, M. Peters, I. 0'I-fare.
M. Vfiederkehr. Second Row-J. Lmnendola, U. Lovell, C. Young, I. Ilorvath, M. Schlapier, E. Smith
B. Gary, R. Pvatt. Third Row-T. Kline, F. Xliilson, IC. XVhipple, K. Emery, M. Higgins. M. Fisher.
Fourth Row-P. Robinson. H. Kellain, G. Kellam, A. Gurska, I. Pegg, R. Hageman, M. Sredinski,
M. Fullerton, H. Stoll. Fifth Row-I. Volk, S. Cvetan, I. Redling, E. Mills, li. Berkowitz, li. Miller,
M. Schmitt. Top Row--Miss Park, A. Collins, A. Sutphin, XY. Lewis. Not in picture-.l,. Ramsey.
Key Kliclkers Club
Pupils enrolled in Typing II course, or those who had previously completed it.
were eligible for membership in this organization. They performed especially valuable
service in typing and mimeographing the material for Sfudenf Voice, Pen arm' Ink, and
La Liifvrairc. Gflicers were: Laura Kahn, presidentg Allen Pyatt, vice-presidentg Martha
Wiederkelir, secretary-treasurerg Miss Blanche Park was faculty adviser.
Bottom Row-fleft to rightj B. Liebernian, L. Kahn. I. Oaks, L. Strouse, E. Williams.
Second Row-M. List, Miss Blanche Park, faculty adviserg M. Higgins, M. XViederkehr.
Band Of Owls Klub
This organization consisted of a group of girls trained for library work by
Miss Elizabeth Turner, County Librarian. In addition to caring for the school library,
the members prepared periodical book exhibits and maintained a newspaper clipping ser-
vice as an aid to classroom teaching.
Oilicers were: Laura Kahn, presidentg Martha Wiederkelir, vice-presidentg Eleanor
Willianis, secretaryg Lois Strouse, treasurerg Miss Blanche Park was faculty adviser.
i Bottoiu Row-Lleft to riglitj F. Rockafellow, H. Smith, S. Sredinski, R. Lewis, D. Kuhl, Mr. Lodge.
becoud Row-I. Bennett, 1. Boudarovich, G. llerder, Jas. Totten, P. Eckmayer, S. Hut, G. Bodine.
Third Row-F. Pavlica, li. Ilaver. I.. Suydain. F. Dissler, A. Vx'oodi'uff, XV. Lewis. Top Row-M. Pinhas.
XY. lfedrick, F. llulsizer, A. Schillberg. M. Thatcher, M. Doria. Not in picture-l.. Brown, XV. Christ-
ian, -I. Coleman.
Future Farmers Of America
This is a national organization the ,purpose of which is to promote vocational
education, thrift, cooperation, scholarship, -leadership, and a greater interest in agriculture.
An agriculture judging team chosen from among the members of the F. F. A. received a
high rating in ability from the State College of Agriculture in New Brunswick. The
ofiicers were: Fred Rockafellow, president, Louis Brown, vice-presidentg Donald Kuhl,
secretary, Robert Lewis, treasurerg Max Pinhas, reporterg Stanley Sredinski, adviser.
Mr. Lodge was faculty adviser.
Bottom Row-llelt to rightj M. List, Dr. Axtell, Miss' Folev N. Dunbar. Second Row-E, Mackey,
Mr. Davison, Miss Mraz, A. Seber. Top Row-F. Rowe, XV. M'anners, I. Oaks.
Activities Fund Board Of Control
The funds secured from the sale of activities tickets formed the nucleus of student
financial support for extra-class activities. Allotment and distribution of this fund, and
the preparation of the activities budget for the ensuing yearconstituted the function of
this organization. Officers of the board were William Manners, chairman, and Marguerite
List, secretary-treasurer. Faculty members were Miss Foley, Miss Mraz, and Mr. Davison.
WRU 1 'IGN
Bottom Row-Cleft to riglxtj XV. Fillebrown, li. XVl1iltelsey, M. List. Miss Foley, II. Pinnn.
Second Row-XV. Edge, I. Higgins. Z. Berkowitz, 0. Luksliis.
Tllirrl Row--I. Fuhrmaun, S. Karrow, M. Mal:-xshevitz, S. Birnbzmnl.
Le Cercle Francaise
Le Cercle Francaise carried out a special program designed to improve the speaking
ability of its members, and to acquaint them more thoroughly with French songs, litera-
ture, and customs. La Lifferaire, the French literary magazine was published by Le
Cercle. Officers were: president, Elizabeth Whittelseyg vice-president, Harold Pimmg
secretary, Marguerite Listg treasurer, XVilliam Fillebrown. Miss Frances Foley was
Bottom Row-Cleft to rightj A. Scliillberg, E. Cole, XV. Ehrenfeld, C. Schultz.
Second Row-XV. Manners, I. Factorwitz. XV. Fillebrown, N. Fiess.
Third Row-H. Fullerton, F. Nosek, li. Catauio, N. Jolmsnn.
Top Row-V. Britton, A. Pyatt, S. Sredinski, H. Higgins Ir.. S. litzel, Mr. CUKIHHII.
Club meetings were largely devoted to construction of, and experimentation with
battery and short wave radio receiving sets. During the course of the year several in-
teresting programs built around radio themes were presented in the assembly.
Ofhcers were: Adolf Schillberg, presidentg Chester Schultz, vice-president. Mr.
Willialmi Coffman was faculty adviser.
. ligulvlll RQW-Url! I0 rip:h0 li. Cole, A. Miller, C. Fabian, R. Culberson. Second Row-R, Snyder
ll, Ihssler, Miss Beagle, li. I-Iinery, XY. Prall. Top Row-C. Sauer, 11. Higgins, jr., l.. La'l'ourette,
ll. Mzmnun. Not in picture-RI. Cole, J. Piniewski.
Thc Type-Setters' Club was organized primarily to create a greater interest in
the art of printing and to provide practical experience for those in the club. This ex-
perience was acquired through the laying-out and priming of materials used in the con-
duct of curricular and extra-curricular activities of the Flemington Schools. Miss Helen
Yeagl: was faculty adviser, and Earle Cole was treasurer of the organization.
Bottom Row-llel! to rightl M. llClllll0IlEy, H. Drechsler, Miss Kennedy, E. Drechsler, N. 'l'hatcher.
Second Ron'-M, Galvin, K. Dektarovich. R. Smith, A. Gulick. Third Row-E. llarwick, D. Schomp,
.-X. Slams, ll. lllathews. Top Ron'-J. lfveritt, l.. Gilbert, R. Bohren, R. Allen.
' M. K. Home Economics Club
This club was organized in September 1933, by a group of interested girls en-
rolled in the Home Economics course. Regular meetings were held on the third evening
of each month. Problems of etiquette and correct dress were studied and discussed by
the members. Oflicers were: Elsa Drechsler, presidentg Norma Thatcher, vice-presidentg
Margaret Itchmoney, secretary, Helen Drechsler, treasurer. The faculty adviser was
Miss Margaret Kennedy.
Bottom Row-Cleft to rightj S. Birnbaum, M. Higgins, Dr. Axtell. l.. Strouse, S. Karmw. Second
Row-ll. Belhs, F. Strouse, N. Smith, J. Fuhrmann. Not in picture-I. Dnlts.
An inexperienced debating squad of nine members met Lambertville in an ex-
temporaneous debate on the subjectg "Resolved: That the United States Should Adopt
the Essential Features of the British System of Radio Operation and Control." Teams
representing each school debated at Lambertville and Flemington. The debate was won
by Flemington with a score of 88 to 128, the lower number of points determining the
winner. The team was coached by Miss Agnes Shields under the sponsorship of Dr. Axtell.
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A Bottom Rowffleft to rightj Bliss Shaw.,M., List, B. ljebverinan, D. Mathews, G. Smith. lf. Berk-
owitz, R. Case. Second Row-l.. lxahn, I. lliggins, Z. Berkowitz, lf. XX'iIliams. li. Stothnlf, M. Castner.
M. Schlapler, Mathews. Third Row-I". Scharer, I.. Strouse, F, Muller. I.. Selemiek, 0. Lukshis.
Top Row-B. 'asunas, M. Peters, R. Cary, F. Strouse, ll. Sawyer.
Late in the year the Reading Club was organized by a group of pupils who were
interested in recreational reading. Informal meetings were held at the convenience of
the members, in which various books were discussed. A special library of loaned books
was organized for the use of the members. Owing to the informality of the meetings
the club elected no officers. Miss Helen Shaw was faculty adviser.
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Ninth Grade Girls
Bottom Row-Cleft to right? Miss Mills, Mrs. Zuegner, Alma Higgins, Florence Case, Katharine
Schelnck, Virginia Sweeney, Eileen Mackey, Helen Harwick, l,ois Axtell, Dorothy Kennedy, Miss Van-
Second Row-Irene Harwick, Barbara Price, Elizabeth Berkaw, Jean Britton, Alberta Force, Cora
Hann, Emma Fargo, Marion Queen, Margaret Leu, lrma Lawson. ' u
'lhird Row-Violet Cwik, Edna Danforth, Violet Hall, Betty Kerr, Emma Ewing, Evelyn Strnnple,
Lillian Potter, Katherine Schlapfer, Mabel MacMillan, Elizabeth Simon, Katherine Foley.
Fourth Row-Sara Cronce, Alice Hewitt, Emily Gellner, Dorothy Rink, Dorothy Potter. lffrllf
Mathews, Katherine Sutphin, Judith Rosswaag, Doris Sawyer, Genevieve Fink, Dolores Luster.
Fifth Row-Mary Maczlco, Julia Tirpok, Dorothy Tltontpson,-Clara Cohen, Ruby Ilaydu, llazel
Barrick, Joyce Case, Marianne Xliasilewski, Margaret Krug, Anna Diemirt.
bixth Row-Mildred Bateman, Muriel Keating, Harriet Britton, Catherine l,eon, Mary Natuk.
Margaret Jack, Rose Sherak, Gladys Fenwick, Myrtle Haas, Ethel Cronce.
Seventh Row-llelen Brown, Adele Stone, Anna Eskildsen, Rose Bartuck, Beatrice Schomp, Louanna
Chamberlin, Mary Hagan, Geraldine Hopkins, Magdalene Simon, Jennie Pedriclc.
Top Row-Grace Nadeau, Frances Edge, Mary Brown, Grace Zenkus, llelen Pyatt, Ruth llenry,
Dorothy King, Martha lVrig'ht, Dorothy Scott, Adelaide Reed. -
Not in picture-Gladys Dillon, Mary Dilts, Zuzy Kish, Josephine Konsek, Dawn Messmger, Anna
Pohl, Lena Sherry, Rose Verme, Mary Bubriak.
4 Ninth Grade Boys
A Bottom Row--Cleft to rightl Mr. Allen Learn, Clarence llall, XVilliam- McKean, John Morgan, llarry
Fink, Laurence Johnson, Geil Croastlalef Lionel Hand, Alek Bodnar Norman Balabasf- Mr. Robert .-X. Cox.
Second Row-John Shikoluk, John Kurylo, John Perehinys, hValter Natuk, Frank Mallick, Albert
golcgmbe, John Macllroy, Steven 1-looretz, Donald Higgins, John Eschinain, George Scheier, Joseph
ere 'es. '-
Third Row-Raymond Buch, Douglas Volk, Thomas Fillebrown, Benjamin Calio, Louis Milan.
Edward Henderson, Dorman Higgins, lVillard Parker, Roger XVilliams, Cedric Norbury, Gus llillebrand.
Edward Brown. 1 ' ' - '
Fourth Row-Edward Naldi. Edward Samson, Peter Burger, Frederick Stothoff, Marshall Collins,
lglllimert Ltchtfuss, Paul Gintner. Harold Perrine, Robert Allen, Charles Krehner, Samuel l.entine, David
Fifth Row-Vtlilliam Eppele, Gerald Compton, George llnlts, Paul Pegg, Raymond Seillock, XYalter
Hoffman, Jerome Kemmerer, Edgar Grey, Edward Norvish, Samuel XVaisempacker, Charles Stawski.
Sixth Row-Steven Kerekes, Charles Zolkauskos, Nicholas XYaranitsky, George Plum, Nicholas Val-
entino, George Van Matter, Grattan Shields. Joseph Tirpok, Andrew Butkovsky, Nelson Merrill, Allen
XVard, XValter Burget.
Top Row-Paul Reno, Bradley Mills, Victor Droppa, Charles Schmitt, Yvilliam Minner, Clarence
Martyn, Xyalter Alpaugh, Harold Smith, Frederick Reitze, Joe Rosania, Lawrence Eiek, Ilenry Alpaugh.
Not in picture-Charles Rowe, XViIIiam Dilts. Joseph Gabovics, Milford Force, Joseph Sahaytlak.
Eftrry Viyckoff, Gus Mansch, John Mason, ,lYalter Beyer, Linden Conkling, George Danko, Elmer
Eighth Grade Girls
Bottom Row-Cleft to rightj Jeannette Sipler, Josephine Sherry, Elizabeth Schrimpe, Virginia Stuart,
Anna Bird, Ada Keiderling.
Second Row-Veronica O'Grady, Sara XYhipple, Jenny Paradiuk, Mary Glokner, Marv Muller.
Third Row-Mary Mathews, Alice Johnson, Anna Horvath, Norma Houck, Margaret Langdon.
Fourth Row-Edna hv0l'lll3ll, Marjorie Schenck, Gertrude List, Norma Tarantola, Jane Bodine, Miss
Fifth Row-Eleaamre Vocke, Elizabeth Stangl, Eleanor Pedrick, Martha Drechsler, Frances Peters.
Not in picture-Eleanor Innes.
A V ' Eighth Grade Boys
Bottom Row-Cleft to riprhtb lilwoozl Jones, Robert XVilliams, Lewis Higgins, John Papas, James
Dean, Vlfilliam O'Hare, Mr..Fred G. Lodge.
D Second Ron'-George Alleger, Edward Ewing, Thomas Serridge, Leonard Zanetti, Andrew Selmer,
ean Siplerq 4 ' '
Third Rong-Robert Chai-Ies,,Arthur Barbiche, Edgar Boughner, Douglas Reasoner, Steven Lucas,
Norman Cary' lr- ' V . - 5' 'a -, V ' '
Top Row--john Hann, John Fihnon, kenneth Xoung, Barnet Wills, Larry Hall. , "1
Not in picture-David Factorwitz.
Seventh Grade Girls
Bottom Row-Qleft to rightl Phyllis Chantz, Lydia Drecllsler, Shirley Berkowitz, Ru-th Higgins,
Lucille Karrow, Johanna Neustadt. I 1 Q l
Second Row-Elealnor Bohren, Marjorie Snvder, Jean btryker, Paula Austin, Marion l.a'1'ourette.
Third Row-Rita Muller, Ruth Berkowitz, llettv Peters, Eleanor Higgins, Jean Strouse.
Fourth Row-Mrs. Mildred Godley, Edna VVeibel, Margaret Cronce, Jeanette Alleger, Miss Ann Mraz.
Seventh Grade Boys
Bottom Row-deft to rightb Mrs, Mildred Godley, facultv adviser: Norman Dunbar, Steven But-
kovsky, Harry Reading. Harold Cregar, James Serridge, Frank Eurs, Miss Aim Mraz, faculty adviser.
Second Row-Julius Dobrosky, Floyd Shurts, George Parker, Donald Butterfoss, Manuel Papas,
Robert Eick, VValter Swales.
Third Row--Lloyd Reasoner, Frank Hults, Herman VVeiss, Fred Lentine, Iohn Von lviegan, Marsh-
all Vannatta, VVarren Ditz. .
N' Fourth Row-Elmer Funk, VVilliam Evans, Robert Yard, Michael Horvath, Richard Vocke, Douglas
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junior High Who's Who
Most attractive girl ,.,.,,
Hamlsonzcst boy .... .4......
Most popular .....,.......w..
Best athlete-girl ............
Best atblctc-boy ..,wN,......
Class bachelor ........... ...-
Grattan Shields ,.........., .
.Lois Axtell ....................
.Clarence Martyn ..,......,
Andrew Butkovsky-. ----
Muriel Keating A.,,.,...... --.Mary Mathews ........, .Betty Peters
.Lois Axtell ...,.....,..,...... Mary Mathews ..,......
Dorothy Potter .........,... .Virginia Stuart .... .....
john Papas ..............
Ada Keiderling .,..,,.,
.Thomas Serridge .... --
.Barnet Wilk .......... --.George Parker
Ada Keiderling ......... .Phyllis Chantz
Ada Keiderlin g ......... .Lucille Karrow
Class ladies' man ............. W illiam Minner ........,.... J ohn Papas. ..............
Class wit ....................... Ruth Henry ........ ....... . Barnet Wilk .............
Docs most for scbool .... .Lois Axtell ....... .......
Most brilliant ,................ Lois Axtell ....... ...... .
Biggest eater .................. George Plum .... ....... Harold Smith ........... .Frank Hults
Most likely to sncceea'.
-.Lois Axtell .--L .......,.,.... -
Most C011-rtcons-girl ..... .Muriel Keating. .......
Most courteous-boy ..... -Clarence Martyn .... .....,
Eleanor Vocke. ........
-Kenneth Young .......
Qmetest ............ ----.-.---.Emma Fargo r............. ----
Nozsiest ...... ...... - ---.-.Martha Wri ht. ........
Most original ,....... -----
-.Lois Axtell. ....... .
.Jeannette Sipler .......
Barnet Vfilk .............
lviary Mathews ......... .Phyllis Chantz
Hara' est worker ............. .G-race Zenkus ,,.... ..r....
Class politician ........,.....
Most business-like ........
.Allen Wax'd ......,,..........
.Barnet Wxlk ,....,.......
Ada Keiderling .........
.Phyllis Chantz '
Andrew Seber .......... .Phyllis Chantz
N eatest ................... .---.Roger Willianis ............ .
Greatest social fame ......
.Lois Axtell ...................
Kenneth Young. ....,.
Most basbful boy ......... .Paul Reno .........e........... .Kenneth Young. ......
Biggest blujer- ..... -..Allen Ward ................... Barnet Wilk ..,....,.....
Iolliest ................ -.---...Katherine Schlapfer ...... .Norman Cary .......
Most all-around ..., . ....,.., .Lois Axtell ...,,,.,,,..,.,.... Mary Mathews. ,,,....
Br-st rlancer-girl ............
Best dancer-boy ..... -. ....,
Best actress ,................v.. .
.Dorothy Rlnk ...............
.Clarence Martyn ....c.....
-John Papas. ............. .
Eileen Mackey ............. .Mary Mathews ........
.Anna Bird ........ ........
Betty Stangl ............. .Johanna Neustadt
.John Von Wiegan
John Papas. ...-.-... ----.Manuel Papas
Best actor ...-..... ----.Clarence Martyn ...-.....
Class 'llliflgef---. .....-.-..... .Alek Bodnar ..-...--.......... Lewis Higgins ..-....
Clair giant ....-.-...- .-....- . Paul Reno ..-----.---.-...-.---- .Kenneth Young. --.---
Most optimistic -........-..- ,
Most pessimistic .-......-.--.
Favorite sport -...-...-....... .
Ruth Henry .-.----..-.-.-----
Favorite teaclacr .....-.-..-..
Mrs. Zuegner -....... ..-...
Basketball. .-.-.-.-- ------ -
Katherine Schlapfer .-.-.. .Mary Mathews ...-. -... . Betty Peters
.Leonard Zanetti. ..... .
Mrs. Zuegner ........-...
Basketball ....... -....-.
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Symbolic of the Commercial
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The Stay? of the ECHO expresses its appreciation
of the financial support gifven to this volztm-e hy
the cutvertisers. .
I t is our sincere hope and desire that friends cmd
patrolzs of the high school will give their patron-
age to those who have helped make the pnhliea-
tion of this hook possible.
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To the Class of 1934 of the Flemington High School,
We extend our most hearty felicitations and good Wishes.
A. J. AXELROD, PH. G.
5 S Main Street Flemington, N.
BODINE LUMBER CO.
FLEMINGTON, NEW' JERSEY
GARWOOD 86 HAWKE
Insurance Compliments of
' CHAS. S. HAVER
sz MAIN STREET
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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Flemington. National Bank
and Trust Company
EEEMINGTQN, NEXV JERSEY
CLASS OF '99
GEORGE R. PARKER
INSURANCE IN ALL FORMS
FLEMINGTON NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
ELEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
M. Compliments of
Class of '27 ATLANTIC 86 PACIFIC
Attorney at Law TEA COMPANY
Flemington, New Jersey H- L- MURRAY, MS"-
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TO BOOST THE TOXVN THAT
OFFERS SUCH A COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL
FOUNDATION FOR LIFE '
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
b 1 IFLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
ALVATER 86, LANDIS
Flemington, New Jersey
57 MAIN STREET
Flemington, New Jersey
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Class of '16
YOUR ECHO PHGTOGRAPHER
Greenfs Rexall Drug Store
DRY CLEANING, PRESSING Phone 115-W
GEO. B. BARRICK
PAUL STRYKER '33
Will call at your door Studebaker
HAVE YOUR WHITE FLANNELS SALES AND SERVICE
CLEANED FOR THE PROIVLU
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I-IL. LC. STOUT
Class of '82
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HUNTERDON COUNTY BANK BUILDING
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
ESTABLISHED IN 1825
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IS 109 YEARS OLD '
STILL THE LIVELIEST THING IN HUNTERDON COUNTY
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2 HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS PAINTS, OILS una' VARNISHES 2
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2 George Kg, Large
S Counsellor at Law
E FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
5 ECONOMY HARDWARE 2
i STORE Q
Q Jos. BERKOWHZ, Proprietor C0mPHmentS Of
V Hardware, Heaters, Stoves WALLACE E. LEE Q
Q Majestic Radios and Refrigerators 1
S Tbor Washers, Electrical Appliances
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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Loren Murchison Sz. Co., Inc.
40 CLINTON STREET NENVARK, NEW JERSEY
W. T. DEMPSEY, Represeufafizfc I
CLASS, FRATERNITY, CLUB AND SOCIETY PINS
RINGS AND KEYS, MEDALS
PRIZE AND LOVING CUPS, PLAQUES AND TROPHIES, ETC.
ORIGINAL DESIGNS PREPARED
o. K. FISHER
I THE WASHINGTON
S. WEXLER, Prop.
PAINTING WALL PAPERING
Flemington, New Jersey "Better Quality Meats For Less Money"
82 Main Street Flemington, N. j.
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i TOYS - GIFTS - NGTIONS - STATIONERY
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Q VARIETY STURTE
g SCHOOL SUPPLIES PARKER PENS AND PENCILS
E ALUMINUM AND ENAMEL HOTUSEWARES
2 RADIOS AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
i A General Line of 5 and 10c Goods
2 VOSSELLER BUILDING FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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T UNION HOTEL GARAGE
3 EVERITT AND SCHOMP BARTON YOUNG
Q DODGE ANDPLYMOUTH w H
! MOTOR CARS Plumbmg, Heating, XVuIer Systems
I ' . Oil Burners
i Dodge Brofbers Trucks
E ,Sales :mdl Service 1 41 Maple Avenue Flemington, N. J.
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY
Are you interested in your own welfare? I
Get information now. My services are free to you.
Write or telephone me to see you.
MARCUS L. GLAZER
79 BROAD STREET Tel. 92 FLEMINGTON, N. J.
C. C. SMITH
GEORGE A. BERKAW RUFUS B. MATHEWS
BERKAW and MATHEWS
U GRAINS, FEED, FLOUR, sEEDs
Dairy and Poultry Feeds and Supplies
Mills at FLEMINGTON, LEBANON, and ANNANDALE,l N.
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I BURKETT BROTHERS CO.
2 DISTRIBUTORS FOR HUNTERDON COUNTY
Q GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION
S GENERAL ELECTRIC RADIOS AND KITCHEN RANGES
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2 ROAD TO SUCCESS
- Finish high school first-then special-
! ize. That is the advice Rider College
I oifers to young men- and women who Compliments of
S :um to enter the busmess world. It 15
based on 68 years of experience in train-
i ing business executives. It will pay you Abraham Garfinkel, M- D-
l to follow it.
23 Broad Street
I RIDER COLLEGE
I Literature on Request
2 Founded 1865 Trenton, N. J.
Q Compliments of
Compliments of D
AR E F O t. .
I THE DURAL RUBBER ' P
2 CORPORATION' OPTOMETRIST
I Peterman's Variety Store every Tuesday
COMPLIMENTS OF A
C. V. WEILER
The Hunterdon County
Titles Abstract S. Mortgage CO.
pl 92 MAIN STREET, ELEMINGTON, N. J. Q
2 TITLES EXAMINED MORTGAGE LOANS CONVEYANCING
EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO REAL ESTATE
EXPERT LEGAL ADVICE
F. E. SUDERLEY, Secretary A. O. ROBBINS, PTf'SldC71f
SCHOOL OF NURSING l
i Offers a three year course of Training to High School Graduates l
i having had the General Scientific Course and ranking in the upper i
third of their class with a general average above 75 95. Highly I
eiiicient corps of Instructors, delightful surroundings and pleas- l
l ant social life. i
i For illustrated booklet urldrcss:
Q THE NURSING DIRECTOR 5
i MUHLENBERG HOSPITAL 2
Q PLAINEIELD, NEW JERSEY
i Compliments Of Q
A. W. PROTZMAN . 5
I , Compliments of Q
Ice and Cream i I
G. B. TOMPKINS, M. D. E
FLEMINGTON, N. I
I Phone 152-J l
FUEMIINGTON CUT GLASS CO.
NICMULLEN 81 MULLER BUILDING
FLEMINGTON, N. 1.
FRED D. LESURE
TO SCHOOLS, SOCIETIES, CHURCHES, ETC.
76 LAUREL STREET FITCHBURG, MASS.
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ON THE CORNER
JOHN R. PAINTER F C HANN
28 Bonnell Street Flemington, N. J.
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W. LUTHER STOTHOF F
HARVEY J. STOTHOFF l
Business Established 18 85
WM. STOTHOFF COMPANY llnc
fSucccssors to STOTHOFF BROSJ ,
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ARTESIAN WELLS AND WATER SUPPLY PLANTS
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY '
Flemington Junction, N. J.
Flemington 909-R-4 l
HERR R FISHER 5
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
Producer of T. B. Tested
Raw and Pasteurized
Milk and Cream
Spring Water Ice
Phone 3 2-R-1 2
STANDISH C. I-IARTMAN l
6 COURT STREET
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
Successor to R. Reardon 85 Son
"Say it with Flowers"
JOSEPH H. VOCKE
Telephone No. 9
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
Member of Florist's Telegraph Delivery
C om plimefzts of
ROYAL EUR CO., Inc. '
DAVID KAHN, Manager
FUR coATs and JACKETS
MADE TO ORDER
All Workmanship Guaranteed
FLEMINGTON, NEXV JERSEY
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F. E. MYERS Sc BROS.
Hand and Power Spray
Pump and Spray
Flemington, New Jersey
Music For All Occasions
Call George Lesser
36 MAIN STREET
FIQEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY
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MCMULLEN S1 MULLER
Azzzfloorized Sales and Service
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
Mutual Grocery Company
WATERMAN AND PARKER
FOUNTAIN PENS AND PENCILS
Autograph Albums and Scrap Books
Films Developer! and Printed
Three Doors South of Post: Offlce
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FARMER'S SHOE STORE
Flemington, N. J.
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DR. W. B. MAXSON
A FLEMINGTON GARAGE A
.T JOSEPH HYLAN, Proprietor T
A-'J Day and Night "J
, GENERAL SERVICE f
'T Telephone 74
A--J PLEMINGTON, N. J.
C. L. GODLEY
JEWELER Compliments of
Diamonds, Watclxes and Jewelry
Rvjmiring a Sllcvialfy
60 IVIAIN STREET FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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THE INTER-COUNTY MOTOR
of CLINTON, NEW JERSEY
Maintains daily service between Trenton, Belvidere,
Easton, Somerville, Morristown, and all intermediate
points. Connections can be made to all points in the
It is the company's desire to provide service which
will extend to our patrons the best in safety, con-
venience, and courtesy. 1
When chartering a coach We can assure you of a
minimum rate with a maximum of service.
MAX D. SHUMAN
Clothing, Shoes, and Furnishings
The American Stores Co.
GROCERIES - MEATS - PRODUCE
Quality and Service our aim
For the Entire Family
FLEMINGTON CUT RATE FRANCIS REED XV. S. BISHOP
STORE Meat Mgr. Grocery Mgr.
82 MAIN STREET
55 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON, N. J.
Sells for less
BILL MOLINARI WILLIAMSUNS
and his ARISTOCRATS
A Superb Dance Combiaation Home Made Pies
featuying A1'lSt0CI'2.t Ice Cfeafn
Harmony and Rhythm in cartons and in bulk
phone 3,2-R-3 Furfzislaecl for all occasions.
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! CENTRAL GARAGE
3 FRED J. DILLEY, Prop.
S HUPMOBILE SALE ef SERVICE
i Car Wasbi1zg, Repairing, ami Greasing - Storage
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Q TIRES, TUBES, PATCHES, BATTERY CABLES
5 TOWING AT ALL TIMES
Q 19 - 21 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE FLEMINGTON, N. J. Q
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Foran Foundry Sz M fg. Co.
FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY ,
Gradl Bakery and Restaurant
MEALS SERVED DAILY AND SUNDAY
From 8 A. M. to 9 P. M.
FRESH ROLLS -- BUNS - BREAD
Daily at 11.30 A. M.
Also Pies, Cakes and Cookies
FORMER FRENCH BAKERY
16 MAIN STREET FLEMINGTON, N. J
Phone Flemington 9 0 8 -R-3
H. D. BE LLI S
HAY, STRAW, AND GRAIN
RINGOES, N. J.
BEAUTY -SHOPPE IRVIN VAN DEVENTER
57 MAIN STREET CONTRACTOR Sc BUILDER
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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THE HUNTERDON COUNTY
Yo Mo Co A' F
Office: 108 MAIN STREET, FLEMINGTON, N. J.
County Sf?l'l'L'fl1I'JV-LEON B. HUGHES
Compliments 0 f
31 CHURCH STREET
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
C. A. VAN MARTER
Rear of Flemington National Bank Bldg.
17 Bloomfield Ave., Flemington, N. 1.
Sbcft Metal Work
ROOFING, GUTTERING 8: SPOUTING
Pipe and Pipeless Hot Air Furnaces
Galvanized 81 Black Sheets,
Copper and Zinc
Conductor, Gutter and Fittings
Flemington 175 from 8 a. 111. to 6 p. m.
Frenchtown 902-R-21 After 7 p. m.
S4 Park Avenue, Flemington, N. J.
CLAYTON H. STAINS, Auction Master
DAN BERRY GARAGE
A. O. DANBERRY, Prop.
Repairing of all kinds
RINGOES, N. J.
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FLEMINGTON FAST FREIGHT
Phone Lebanon 9-R-31
ROYAL BLUE COACHES
School and Private Cbarfcr Work
WHITE HOUSE STATION, N. J.
Chas. W. Eick
5 East Main Street
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
A. C. MELICK
PLUMBING, HEATING, ROOFING
42 PARK AVENUE
FLEMINGTON, N. J.
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SAMUEL C. HALL
Horse Shoeing, Wheelwrighting
Auto Tops, Bodies and Springs
Blacksmifbiing in all its branches
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Rush. Along: with the rest, this last you
, have seen close at home, where hundreds
If you alujays ujaut youy Bozlef gilgseiuglkdirglars have been paid for useless
'llfffb Hot lvllfel' MR.. WILLIAM L. RUNYON,
DEpENDABLE..EC0N0MICAL the old gold buyer in your town, sincerely
wishes you unlimited success as you follow
your various careers. Located at
FLEMINGTON, N' J' ' ss MAIN ST. FLEMINGTON, N. J
The Flemington Pharmacy
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PITTSTOWN CLINTON MILFORD FLEMINGTON
TAILQIIZ AND, CPEANER EL DORADO SWEETS
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