Fonda Fultonville High School - Caughnawagan Yearbook (Fonda, NY)

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CLERMONT CLARION The 1939 CLERIVIONT CLARION PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE FULTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, FULTONVILLE, N. Y. IRQ! A Graphic Presentation of Student Life at Fu!tonville High School, Fultonville, N. Y. 4' 11' ll' WE HONCDR AND RESPECT We the class of l939 of Fnltonville High School, respectfully dedicate "The Clernmnt Clilflflllu to our aclvisur and loyal friend, llernard Fasulu. XXX- owe him for his interest and judgment in directing our so cial functions. liven more are we indebted for his readiness to share in solving our individual problems. Such generous cooperation i., inspirational. ir FOREWWCDRD ir XX'cl1avc crliteml this year lmoolc, so that in alter days we may lnorff vividly recall nur High Scluml life and all the pleasure derived from work, rccrcutious and Irienclsldps. C O N'IE N'IS THESCHOOL ACTIVITIES The Green ancl the White ll' lu the clear olcl Mohawk Valley, IS the school we love so wellg xYl1Cl'C we live to raise her standards, And of her glories tell. As we wander from her portals, Fond memories will he seen, Ui l:lllt0l'lYlllC'S proud hammer, XYith the colors white and green. THE SCHOOL ' M X! N X - 7 XR X well -Ill I P Fultonville Union Free and High School has been organized under the Regents of the State of New York for over 35 years. Present building was constructed in 1923-24. 41 'K -.. K .. ,- GUY FOSTER Principal PAGE ADMINISTRATION.. XYe of the Senior Class find ourselves deeply indebted to Mr Page and the lioard of Education for their friendly cooperation. During our four years at Fultonville High School we have been given every consideration at all times. Extra curricular activities have been provided in the field of sports as well as along social lines to make school interesting. For these and the many other things that have made our school life valuable as well as one of pleasant memories we extend our sincere thanks. CLERMONT CLARION 4 CRA Miss Nelsmi. Miss llcrgcn, Mr. Page, Mrs. ,'XI'Q'Cl'Sll1g'Cl', and N iss I linker. Row 2: Mr. Fasulu, Miss Dawson, Miss Halstead. Mrs. lilliutt, Mrs. Pzuku Miss Gamble uml Mr. Smith. 'illf' F. Page, l'rim'ipal :mfl Mathematics Rcmzllcl ll. Smith. Scicncc l':lC'Jlll0l' llalstczul, Foreiffn l,ui1ff1mffe zu IN PN 2-1 Mrs. lnmcs fl. l':irkcr, l'iIl'fllSll , rs Yivizm lf llcrgml. llistury and Latin Miriam lf. Nvslun, lllHlllllQI'Cl1ll licrnurcl lizxsulri, l'hysicz1l licluczitirm llelcn llukcr. Sth grxulc :xml Music Kathryn llnwsun, lmth zmcl 7th grade: lrla li. .'X1'fcrsi11ffcr, 4th and Sth fracle is ks . Yiolct Elliot, Zml :mml Srcl frzulv is ilarlmzlrn liumlzlc, lst grzulc :incl .Xrt nl Library FACULTY 9 mel ' 'Wg-JC' " H. Bellows R. Bouton O. Brooks D. Brumley R. Brumley cf D. Casse ,Q H. Cook H. Gill HOWARD BELLOVVS "Eat, drink and be merry, Fol' tomor- row we go to school." Dramatic Club '36, '37, '38, Pres. Gym. 'Club '39, Pres. Athletic Assoc. '39, Soc- cer '36, '37, '38, Basketball '3l6, '37, '38. '39, Baseball '37, '38, '39, Vice Pres. Sen- ior Class '39. RICHARD BOUTON "The greatest of men, May ask a fool- ish question now and then." Science Club '36, '37, '38, '39, Senior Play '39. ONA BROOKS "She prefers to be good, Rather than seem so. Commercial Club '35, '36, Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Dramatics Club '36, '37, Cousin From. Coon Ridge '38, Tune In '37, Frank And Erna '38, F-Club '38, Basketball '37, '38, Associate Editor "Clermont Clarion" '39, Class Will '38, '39, DOROTHY BRUMLEY "Neat but not gaudvf' Out door Club '37, Glee Club '37, Art and Craft Club '38, '39. ROBERT BRUMLEY "Silence is more eloquent than speech." Commercial Club '37, Science Club '38, Gym '39. DAVID CA SSEDY Salutatorian "Does your mother know you're 0ut'?i' Science' Club '37, '38, '39, Dratnatics Club '37, Senior Play '39, Manager of Basketball '38, Love Pirates of H waii '36, Tune In '37, Peggy and The Pirates '38 HAROLD COOK "I'm from Missouri, You must show me." Class Pres. '36, Soccer '36, '37, '38, Love Pirates of Hawaii '36, Two Crooks and a Lady '36, Peggy and the Pirates '38, Alumni Editor, Newspaper Club '39, Sci- ence Club '38, Dramatics Club '37, HARRY GILL "Clever men are good, but not the best." Commercial Club '36, '37, F-Club '37, '38, Newspaper Club '39, Mfzr, Basketball '39, Mgr. Soccer '37, Senior Play '39. CLERMONT CLAr- IL N DOUGLAS CROITRER "Here today, gone tomorrow." Science Club '35, '37, 38:S0ccer '37g Cous- in From Coon Ridge '38g Pres. of Radio ft lub 39. DOROTHY HARRIS "To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved." Tiansferred from Amsterdam High School, Caine Club '38, Newspaper Club '38, Senior Play '39. ROBERT KRUGER "My own 'thoughts are my own C01TlfB.ll4 ions." Commercial Club '36, '37, Science Club '38, '39. STEPHEN LOPUCH "Patience and gentleness is power." Transferred from Amsterdam High Snhool Science Club 'iiflg Radio Theory Club '39. sg , LELAN D LUSSO "Great thoughts like great deeds, need no trumpet." Dramatic wClub '36, '37g Love Pirates of Hawaii '3u6g Tune ln '37g Out, door Club '383 Art Club '38g Peggy and The Pirates '38g Two Crooks And A Lady '38g News- paper Club '39g Senior Play '39. ALFRED MAUSSER "He'll find a way." Ass. Art Editor "Clermont, Clarion Art Editor 'SCIGVIIIOIII Clarion" '35, '37g Science :Club '38, '39g Pres. Art Club '38. a. nga. LAUREL JVIEYERS "A merry smile and a merry heart." Commercial Club '36, '37g Dramatic Club, Vice Pres. '38, Home Economics '39. ADA MONROE "Her lot is made for her by the love she accepts." Commercial Club '37g Art And Craft Club '39g Glee Club '38. bf .-.n.-..,D vq -v -V fs l il am' 1939 JOSEPH MOORE "Were there no women, men might live like Gods." Commercial Club '36, '37, Outdoor Club '38, Gym Club '39, PAUL MORAN "I am not in the role of common men." Transferred from Amsterdam High, Soccer '38, '39, Basketball '38, '39, Base- ball '38, '39, Science Club '38, Gym Club '39, Sports Editor Year Book '39. ARNOLD NEWKIRK "Ambition its no cure' for love." Outdoor Club- '38, Science Club '39. ELIZABETH PODMAJERSKY "Man has his will but woman has her way." Glee Club '35, '36, Vice Preis., Class '35 '36, Outdoor tCilub '37, '38, F-Club '37, '38, Basketball '37, '38, Cheer Leader '38, '39, Bus, Mgr. "Clermont Clarion" '38, '39, Senior Play '39, Class I-Iistoiy '39 DORIS PHILLIPS "She's little and a corker for her size.' Transferred from Amsterdam High Glee Club '38, Game Club '38, Feature Editor Newspaper' Club '39, Senior Play '39. HAZLETT QUACKENBUSH "Gallantry of mind consists in saying flattering things in an agreeable man- ner." Commercial Club '35, '36, Sec. and Tres. Class. '37, FAC1ub '37, Soccer '36, '37, '38, Basketball '37, '38, Baseball '38, '39, Editor '1C'ler1nont Clarion '39, Ed- itor in 'Chief Year Book '39, Pres. Ath. Assoc. '38, LAURENCE QUACKENBUSH "I profess not talking, Only this, Each man must do his best." Commercial Club '36, '37, Basketball '38, '39, Baseball '38, '39, Sec. and Tres. Science Club '39. VIRGINIA RICKARD "What sweet delight a quiet life af- fords." Home Economics Club '37, Outdoor Clubl '38, R6DOI"l.9I', Exchange Ed-itor Sec, "Clermont Clarion" '39, J. Moore oran D. Phillips H. Quackenbush Newkirk E. Podmajersky Quackenbush V. Rickard CLERMONT CLARION .Q D. Shelp P. Squillace D. Smith HELEN SCOTT "Laugh an-d the world laughs with yon." Glee Club '36, '37, '38, '39, Dramatics Club '36, Love Pirates of Hawaii '36, Game Club '38, Senior Play '39, Asslst- ant Editor Year Book '39, DOROTHY SHELF "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Glee Club '36, '37, '39, Game Club '38z Love Pirates of Hawaii '346. DOUGLAS SHEPARD "You come late, yet you come." Commercial Club '36, '37, Art Club '37, '38, Art and lCraft Club '38, '39, News- paper Club '38, '39, F'Club '37, '38, Bas' ketlzall Mgr. '37, '38, Outdoor Club '37, 38. MARJORIE SHEPARD "And unextinguished laughter shakes the skies." Basketball '36, '37, '38, '39, Cheerlead- er '38, '39, Art and Craft '38, '39, Game Club '38. J . M. Shepard B. Stanton C. Stephenson PA'rRrcK sQUn.I.Acn" "Think not what I am, what l appear." Transferred from Amsterdam High. Sports Editor "Clermont Clarion" '39, Newspaper Club '39, Soccer '39. DONALD SMITH Valedictorian "Modesty becomes a young man." Commercial Club '36, '37, Vice Pres. Science Club '38, Soccer '38, Pres. Science 'Club '39, Pres. Senior Class '39, BEATRICE STANTON "A fair exterior is a silent recommend- ration." 'Commercial Club '36, Glee Club '37, Tres. Game 'Club '38, Art and Craft Club '39. CHARLES STEPHENSON "Like two 'single ,glentlemen rolled in one." Science 'Club '36, '37, '38, '39, Basket- ball '38, '39, Soccer '38, Peggy and The Pirates '38, 1939 ,mf 'QW 0 , . f l . . ' - 3 15,9-1 U s b ff., D ... iffi, , man? I - A. Stockwell D. Weissell ARTHUR STOCKWELL "So much to do, so little done." Dramatics Club '36g Science Club '37g Art and Craft Club '38g Newspa-per Club '39. DOROTHY WEISSEL "Gigglers come and gigglers go, but I'l1 gio on forever." Glee lCrlub '37g Dramatics Clufb '36, '37, '38g Tune In '36g F-Club '38g Basket- ball '36, '37, '38g Gym Club '38g Senior Play '39. 3 1 fd-H W W. Whipple H. Yurkewecz WILLIAM WHIPPLE "The man that blushes its not a brute." Science ,Club '36, '37, '38g Outdoor Club '38g Sec. and Tres. Radio Theory Club '39, HOWARD YURKEWECZ "As for me, all I know is that I know nothing." Glee Club '36g Commercial Club '37g Gym Club '393 Science Club '38. CLERMONT CLARION Out of the seeds which the Freshmen planted in the fall of 1935, only one sprout developed, the election of officers. Although very small, the plant soon adapted itself to its new surroundings, due to the fertility of the soil. However, by 1936-7, it was more firmly established, and during the year sent out deeper roots, gaining condidence with the passing of each successive month. This was proved by the election of the following officers: President- Elizabeth Podmajerskyg Vice-President-Donald' Smith, Secretary and Treas- urer-Hazlett Quackenbushg Faculty Advisor-Bernard Fasulo. This year too, a bud appeared, and eventually blossomed into a dance. But alas! the inevir- able pruning of the plant deprived us of several classmates, jacquelyn NVen1- ple, Mary Alice TenF.yck, XVilliam Spring, and Horace Ecker. The year of '37-'38, found the plant's appearance altered, but its efficiency not the slightest bit effected. It gave evidence of a new maturity by sending forth some of its hardiest tendrils. These consisted of the following: the elec- tion of class officers fPresident-Evajean Moore, Vice-President-Donal-l Smith, Secretary and Treasurer-Hazlett Quackenbushg Faculty Advisor- Bernard Fasuloj, a very successful ice-cream social, Junior-Senior picnic at Caroga Lake, and the purchase of class rings. The plant had grown to such strength that it required nourishment, and food was administered in the form of dues. In its seasonal pruning, it lost Ernest Traver, Elaine Young, and Gwaldys James. However, to take their place, new branches were grafted to the old stem. They were Dorothy Harris, Doris Phillips, Arnold Newkirk, Paul Moran, and Stephen Lopuch. Old and wise in the ways of the world, and fully grown, the roots of the plant have penetrated into many far recesses. The individualism of 1938-39 was expressed by the following officers: President-Donald Smith, Vice-Pres- Ident, Howard Bellowsg Secretary and Treasurer-Hazlett Quackenbushg Fac- ulty Advisor-llernard Fasulo. It acquired wealth and distinction by the following means: a round and square dance with music by The Four Aces, Cardpartyg an entertainment by Martha and Her Playboys: the production of the unique Senior play, "Everybody's Crazy Now," which immediately as- sumed a place in the Hall of Fame: and the publishing of a distinguished year book. The only injury to the plant was the loss of one member, Evajean Moore, fortunately it gained two new branches, Ona Brooks, and Douglas Gruber. The plant steeped in wisdom, and now grown to full stature, is ready to send forth its seeds, with the hope that each will find fertile soil in which to develop and grow as successfully as it did. i Elizabeth Podmajersky C L A S H T R Y i939 Know all men by these presents, that we, the Graduating Class of 1939, of Fultonville High School, in the County of Montgomery, State of New York, believing ourselves sound of mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, to-wit. C FIRST-To THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION: we bequeath a drink from the fountain of youth so that they may understand the L students' point of view. SECOND-TO OUR PRINCIPAL, MR. PAGE: We render our sincere A appreciation for his excellent guidance through these past four years. S THIRD-TO "PROF" FASULO, OUR CLASS ADVISOR: we leave our whole-hearted admiration for his efficient leadership. S TO .THE OTHER MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY: we impart our deepest regrets that they will be deprived of this brilliant, celebrated class. ALSO: W TO MR. SMITH: "Time on his hands" in Science classes. TO MISS HALSTEAD: Less work and more play. I TO MISS BERGEN: Fewer visitors Qor more cookiesj during activity period when the Home Ec. Club bakes. L TO MISS NELSON: A substitute for Joel Moore in her classes. TO MISS SPOORE, OUR FORMER ENGLISH TEACHER: Countless L years of success and happiness during her coming marriage. TO MRS. PARKER, OUR PRESENT ENGLISH TEACHER: Sincere thanks for interest shown in all her classes. TO MISS BAKER: Two piano students who will practice as diligently UQ as Doug Gruber and Gee Gee Pod. TO MISS DAVVSON: A seventh grade class next year as nice as the one this year. TO MRS. ARGERSINGER: The right to take Lily Pons' place in the opera field. TOT MRS. ELLIOTT: A yard stick to keep her third graders in line. TO MISS GAMBLE: A ticket for life from a certain trooper in Malone. TO MEMBERS OF THE JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE CLASSES VVE BEQUEATH THE FOLLOVVING: DORMER FAULKNOR: A little "oomph" for purely sentimental reasons. HAROLD SKINNER: As he requested, a girl who is not too popular to go steady with. DONALD SHERMERHORN: A book entitled "The Days of the Cave- man are Past." CLERMONT CLARION ERIC DUEMLER: A bottle of "Brain Developer" so that he will grow in Mind to equal his body. DICK LENVIS: The right to be "Best Looking Hoy" next year. GEORGE POD: Courage to keep up his dancing. Then there'll be two jitter bugs in the family. LA VERNE GILL:More space to fly his airplanes in. LOIS RUCK: A daily apple for Prof. Fasulo so that he won't be so "u sulting"'-or something. EDITH BEYER: The right to grow up in appearance. "GINNY" KELLER: Some good "gags" so she can keep up with Don Smith. DOT WINTERS:Fewer absentees so she won't have to type such long absent lists. KATHERINE ROCZINSKY: A private room so she and Edith llrumiey can giggle without annoying people. MARY HERNIGLE: A bicycle built for two for her and Pat. LOIS VANDERVEER: A few more boy friends. EDITH MONROE: An Arthur Murray "Learn to Dance" book. CAROLINE OLMSTEAD: A house on a hard road so she won't have to walk. LEONA REYNOLDS:A job at the Lakes this summer so she can keep "tabs" on Tom Fox. IRENE MOORE: A better motorcycle than her boy-friend has. DORIS FAULKNOR: A few more inches so she can appear older than "thirteen.', ALICE YOUNG: A whole lot of life insurance policies. EVELYN CROSBY: Ankle braces. ERIS RICKARD: A compnion to take the place of her sister. ELLYN GORDON: An everlasting smile to display her dimples. HOXYIE IEORDEN: A POET'S license. FLOYD ROSE: A private study hall so he can concentrate. INA LUFT: Half interest in Northville. BILL DUFEL: FOOD, FOOD, and more FOOD!! HARY XVINTERS: A "Charles Atlas" course on how to grow strong. ELEANOR CERRETTO: A reason for making that' blond fellow with the drawl come back to Fultonville. IRENE FRIERS:A boy friend who comes at least to shoulders. DOT GRAHAM: The right to be the cutest girl in F. H. S. next year. DORIS MINCH: A chance to move back to Fultonville, so she'll be near Harold Luft. . C L A S S W I L L l939 C L A S S W I L L CLERMONT CL ANNA BIELAWA: A few more grade "kids" to' follow her around, noon hours. ' LOIS MOUNT: Ability to write a series of books dealing with advanced sciences. EDNA BEYER: A book on, "How to pass your lessons without studying." ERIS DAVIS: Her heart's desire fto be a good dancerj. BILL HAUGHTON: A new Cowboy hat. JUNIOR CRAVER: The right to play on Mike Kiskas' baseball taam. REVA BRIGGS: An extra long summer vacation so she will be able to be near Wilbur. ETHEL ECKER: Every square dance at "Town Hall." BARBARA CROSBY: A little de-growing powder. BETTIE MORFORD: A chest with a lock and key to keep her notes and letters strictly private. FLORENCE WILTY: More dates with Amos. Since he's been playing in Roosevelt's Orchestra, she hardly ever sees him anymore. DORIS CAMPBELL: A special bus to Charleston every Saturday night. MERLE HUGHES: A change in his voice. PAUL YVROBEL: An identification card to distinguish him from his brothers. FRANK NVINSMAN: A car of his own so his father won't object when he goes to see Margaret. NELLIE REIVENBURG: More opportunities to go to Oak Ridge so she can see Chuck once in a while. KAY CULVER: A home in Fultonville so she won't have to go to another school. ELVA KNUDSON: Some of Gee-Gee Pod's "It.,' ELLA TRAVER: Some of Bettie Morford's ceaseless chatter so she'll be more noticeable in school. DORIS POST: A knowledge of directions fleft Sz rightj in gym classes. JOSEPI-IINE MAZUR 81 CECILE SASAVVSKI: House near each other so they can both ride on the same bus. VVe do declare on this 26th day of June, in the year of 1939, that this will was drawn and sworn to be the last will and testament of the Class of 1939 in the presence of these witnesses: KAY KYSER DOUGLAS QVVRONG VVAYJ CORRIGAN DON AMECHE Signed: ONNIE BROOKS, Scribe. ARION Well, here we are on the Fultonville Limited, crack streamliner on the New York Central. Engineer Howard Yurkewicz is pushing the train to the limit. I always knew he'd be good at this work when he played with the radiator' in the English Room. Here comes conductor Don Smith down the aisle to col- lect tickets. Takes right after his father doesn't he? VVhat's this? Some trouble ahead. Paul Moran and June Bellows haven't their tickets and are arguing. They're the star pitcher and catcher of the Charleston Chasers, and on their way to New York to play the XVorld's Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers. Don't argue with the umpire, boys. I see it was settled by Robert Kruger, well-known farm implement manufacturer. Over across from me is the fam- ous woman hating author Ilill VVhipple and his confidential valet, Lee Lusso. You remember Mr. VVhipple wrote the book "NVoman's Place is in the Home." That girl making eyes at him is Dot Harris, the famous lady commentator who holds the record for continuous conversation. Who's that surrounded by autograph hunters? Oh that's Harold Cook, hailed by the critics as a second Gene Autry. He's traveling out to Hollywood with Gee Gee Pod. She is now dancing with Fred Astaire, as Ginger Rogers has retired. She's flirting with the famous matinee idol, Hazlett Quackenbush. That red hair sure shows swell in technicolor. My my, more movie folk on this train. There's Pat Squill- ace practising his Tarzan yell. I understand that Dorothy XVessell is head supervisor of one of the large hospitals in New York. Arthur Stockwell, one of the four Stooges, is memorizing some old gag. What, another now? It's Bud Quackenbush, the famous G-man, who has just found his man. He must have reformed as he never found his man in a basketball game. I see Charlie Steph- enson, the brakeman, has just kicked a tramp off the train. Nice boot, Charlie. that's the old soccer form. Alfred Mausser, the great artist, is busy painting a portrait of joe Moore, Mayor of Fultonville. He'll probably soak him plenty for it. On the end of the aisle is Dick Bouton, in from the North Woocls, where he just won a mustache growing contest. He has it wrapped around his neck so he won't trip on it. Engaged in a poker game are Steve Lopuch, Bob Brumley, and Doug Shepard, successful farmers, and Harry Gill, famous playboy. Marge Shepard is leading a group of sightseers through the train. Come, come folks, look at the train not at the guide. Ona Brooks, the famous model is on her way to New York to pose for the cover of Esquire Magazine. Arnie Newkirk, the famous explorer, is exploring his pockets. He found the former site of Fultonville High School after a great deal of research. Maybe C L A P R P H E Y 1939 he'll find his ticket. Dot Brumley, Rea Stanton and Virginia Richard, house- wives are reading the paper. Theres a notice in the marriage column. "Miss Laural Meyers, socially prominent dehutante, was married today to the prom- inent oil millionaire, George Donaldson. NVell, well, after all these years. Helen Scott, the famous designer of women's clothes, trying to sell Dorothy Shelp a dress. You remember Helen wrote the book, "How to Clothe Your- self conservatively on 310,000 a year." Dorothy is the prima donna of the Metropolitan Opera Association. On the other side of Helen is Doris Phillips, the advertising executive. She's trying to get the singer to endorse "Sneezo" cough drops. Her secretary, Ada Monroe, has the contract all ready to sign. but Dorothy is coughing so hard she can't write for the moment. These lines are taken from the book "Autobiography of a Pullman Porterf by David S. Cassedy. CLERMONT CLARION 1 Name Appearance Likes Secret Ambition Probably Will Be Ada Reserved A certain To Take- good care of Bob Round's fsister-in- Ford Edith law Alfb' HHDDY To draw To become an artist Oartoonist Annabelle Willing Dolls Interior Decorator Nufsemiiid Arnie Rugged Red Heads 2nd :Charles Atlas A mathemetician Art Rude Pingvpontg To be a ping pong Magician champ Bea S. 'Mfldesll Oak Ridge Secretary Old Maid School Teacher Bill w, P0iSed Snap-Shots Photographer Candid Cameraman Bob 3, Meek Chem. Lab. To be a he-man Hen-peeked husband Bob K, Shy Square Danc- Minister Farmer ing Bud Limber Driving Aviator A taxi driver Bugs Masculine "Goo-guffingu To join the Roosevelt A circus clown Orchestra Qhuck Lanky Dancer at To get a girl of his Politician Town Hall own Cookie Chic Elva Radio Star Bride g1'00m Dave Imlportant Himself Radio Announcer A jitter-bug Dick Absent-mind To hunt Farmer "A chip off the old ed block" Doug G. Over grown Sciences Chemist A grease spot on the ceiling Doug 5, Friendly F. H. S. A Ladies' man An artist pon Versatile Airplanes Mayor of Auriesville A radio comedian Doris Sweet Red hair To write- ia Best Seller A red head'-s 'wife Dog B, Mild Sqruare-Dance Teacher Missionary ing Dot S. Mll+Sl'C8l Choir ,practice Singer A music Teacher Gee'Gee Striking Everywhere Air Hostess A "darn cute one" on the American Airlines Ginny R, Tiny School Phy. Ed. teacher Head of a Library Hagzy Flashy Girls To keep his hair Manager of a Matri- combed monial Bureafu. Hgrb Mischievous To tease To grow tall Janitor of FHS Howard Unaffected To wrestle Farmer A sample Of the same Joe Bashful The hit and Big Leatgsuer Manager of the Yanks run play Marg Athletic Basketball To be a s-tenographer Phy. Ed. Teacher Meyers Yeah man! To laugh and To be a passenger in a As usual a 'passenger crack gum certain del. tnuck in Donk's car F'auIie Dignified Sports To be a post graduate A stowaway on Ameri- can Airlines . Onnie Girlish To dance Beautician An actress Scotty Neat Fonda boys To go to Albany Bus- A Mannequin iness School Steve Timid To play To acquire a gift-of-gah Landscape gardener .game-s Squeak Impossible Track 2nd Glenn Cunningham Horse Doctor Tut Lively Jimmy Davis To be a nurse Just that-if she tgrows ' and his 4-Aces up 1939 Most "It" Girl .. Most "It" Boy .... ., Best Looking Girl .... Best Looking Boy ..... T Most Mischievous Girl .... H Most Mischievous Boy . Most Humorous Girl .. E Most Humorous Boy Most Bashful Girl ..... Most Bashful Boy .... 'XA Teacher's Pet Girl . Teacher's Pet Boy O Noisiest Girl ...... Noisiest Boy ..,... S Best Dancer Girl 'I' Best Dancer Boy Best Dressed Girl . S Best Dressed Boy .... Most Studious Girl . Most Studious Boy . . . Best Natured Girl . . Best Natured Boy Gee-Gee Podmajerksky . Hazzy Quackenbush . . . . . . Onnie Brooks . . Hazzy Quackenbsuh . . . . Dorothy VVessell . . . . . La Verne Gill Dorothy Harris Don Smith .. Edna Pekevicli .. Homer Waite Crosby's Inc. . . . . David Cassedy Dorothy VVesseil .. . Arthur Stockwell . . . Onnie Brooks . . . Harold Skinner . . . Helen Scott .. Harold Skinner Beyer's Inc. .. .. George Podniajersky 81 Dick Boutou Nellie Rivenburgh . . . Don Smith Cutest Girl .......... . . . Doris Phillips Cutest Boy ............. ....... L a Verne Gill Biggest Heartbreaker Girl .. .. Gee-Gee Podmajersky Biggest Heartbreaker Boy .. . . . Hazzy Quackenbush Biggest Flirt Girl ..... . .... Bettie Morford Biggest Flirt Boy .....,.. . . Hazzy Quackenbush Best All Around Girl .. ............... Marge Shepard Best All Around Boy .. .. Junie Bellows 8: Harold Skinner All American Girl .. ......i......... Marge Shepard All American Boy VVhackiest Girl .... VVhackiest Boy .. CLERMONT CLARION .. Harold Skinner . . Dorothy Wessell . . Arthur Stockwell ... i . -- 1l Class President ...,....... ........ V . Keller Secretzlry ......................, ....... H . Skinner Treasurer ,,... - ..,............. ...... , C. Olmsiead J Faculty Advisor .......... ........... M r. Smith lst Row ll. Fziiilkinny I.. Reymvlcls. l. Rickarml, N. Rivenlwurgli, li. llcyer, N lf. Crosby, C. Olnistcucl, Y. Koller and li Monroe. 0 v xfi , . A. Nunng, I. Blunrc, lf.. lrzivcr, L. lxuck :incl L. l'lc-my, 2nd Row K. Rnczinsky. K. Culver, L. Ymiclervccr, l. Luft, lJ. Xl'llliiI".i. 3rd Row ll. Clzilasanti, ll. Faullcnor, H. Skinner, R. Smith, G. Poclinzljcrsky, ll. liimlcii and L. Gill. C L A S S 4th Row R. l.cwis, ll. Srlxcrincrl1m'n, E. Dncnilcr, F. Ruse and M. lfckcrr. 1111" ummm-i I939 Class President ............ ........... D . Graham Vice President ......... ................. T . Fox Treasurer ...,............ .......... B . Dufel S Secretary ............ ................. I , Friers O Class Advisor .,,.. .....,...........................................,..,............. M rs. Parker P lst Row DI. Maznr, D. Post. R. Briggs, D. Minch. E. Pektvich, C. Sasowski, D. Campbell, U. Carpenter, I.. Mount, E. Ccrrittu, M. Rose and H A. llielawa. 2nd Row M. Hughes, R. Morford, E. Ecker, I. Friers, ll. Crosby, E. Beyer. M F. XYilty, A. Knuclsen :md H. XYinters. O 3rd Row P. XYrubel, J. Craver, J. Peterson, XV. Hnughton, R. Rounds, and R F. XYl1lSIllZ11l. E 4th Row L. Yanderveer, F. Xewkirk, R. Minch, XV. Dufcl, T. Fox, and M. Kiskas. C L A S S CLERMUNT CLARION l.. -1 i. .-1 l..l-l - ill-l l..l. -1 ..- 11 1 - 1- i Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Class President ........... .................,. H . Rose Vice President ............ ....... ,....... S . Crankei' Sec. and Treas. ........... S. Argersinge-1' Class Advisor ............... ..,......... ............ M i ss Halstead . Moltrop, -I. Tenliyck, H. johnson, M. Poclinajcrsky, R. lleck , H. lllatchforcl, F. Kratky, M. Lathers, A. Ncwkirk, A. Friers, full. Aclzuns, G. XYaclswurth, R. Hazzarcls, XY. Ruck, XY. Harril llrnmley, A. Hughes, F. Reynolds, D. XYrobel, H. XYait, R. Paine . Bellinger, S. .-Xrgcrsinger. Cranker, R. Raym, H. Luft, XY. Hovey, R. Deal, H. Ruse Cranker, limden, S. Xllvjick, H. Luck. F R E S H M A N C L A S S I 1939 Z-I-- CLASSES CANDIDLY SNAPPED I b-If 1-i 1 ACTIVITIES +1 Y 4- V KEEN INTEREST SHOWN Row 1 P. Moran, H. Quackenbush, G. Podmajersky, Coach Fasulo, F. Rose, H. Bellows, L. Quackenbush. B Row 2 S. Cranker, XY. Harris, H. Rose, R. Deal, XV. Dufel, D. Smith, A H. Luft, H. Skinner. S FULTONVILLE HIGH SCHO0L'S THREE CHAMPIONSHIPS The Fultonville High School teams, under Coach Bernard Fasulo, won E three 1938-39 Championships in a row, Baseball, Soccer, and Basketball. B In the spring of 1938, the green and white colors of F. H. S. moved up to the top when the Baseball team won the first championship, this same season A the Soccer team, not to be outdone, won the second championship and the L Basketball season of H38-39" brought the third championship. Our Coach should be given much credit for this successful record for under I. his able direction, F. H. S. has turned out only the best. PAUL MORAN, Sports Editor. Fultonville baseball is off to a good start for its second straight league championship by defeating Broadalbin and Fonda. In non-league competition the Green and White has won over Johnstown and St. Mary's, losing only to Johnstown. Moran and Skinner are doing the pitching while Captain Bellows is catch- ing. F. Rose, H. Rose, Vodniajersky make up the infield while the outfield is taken care of by the Quackenbush brothers, Smith, with Harris, Dufel, Cranl' er and Luft as capable substitutes. Fultonville 2 Johnstown 7 Fultonville 9 St. Mary's 1 Fultonville 14 Broadalbin 3 Fultonville 8 Fonda 5 L -..il - CLERMONT CLARIUN ..l,.T.1-1 . 1T1i 1.17- 1 -l . - - IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS ROW 1 H. Skinner, P. Moran, F. Rose, Capt., H. llellows, G. Podmajersky. Row 2 H. Gill, Mgr., L. Quackenbush, H. Rose, H. Quaekenbush, Coach Fasulo. FULTONVILLE TRI-COUNTY BASKETBALL CHAMF'lONS The 1938-39 season was the first time in the history of F. H. S. that the basketball team had been so successful. They were crowned Co-Champions with llroadalbin in the Tri--County League. The Varsity won twelve games and lost four. The boys who received letters are: Capt. Floyd Rose, Harold Skinner, Howard Bellows, George Podmajersky, Paul Moran, Lawrence Quackenbnsh, I-Iazlett Quackenbush, Harold Rose and Harry Gill, Mgr. The junior Varsity was also crowned Champions by winning ten games and losing one game. Through the excitement of spills and fast scoring, the DI. V. won their title. XYhen the All-Star Team was elected, two F. H. players, Capt. F. Rose, center, and Harold Skinner, forward, were chosen for their 'respective posi- tions. llellows, Pod, and Moran were given honorable mention by the select-- ors of the all-star team. BASKETBALL SCORES rv Fnitonville Opponents Futonville OpD0ll8IltS 21 Brogdalbin 17 28 Amsterdam Tech. 26 16 Fonda 34 Wells 24 22 Noixhville 35 Wells 24 27 Amsterdam Tech. 20 AIT1Sf0I'dHm Tech. 21 20 xVe11S 43 Northviile 18 ,,S Alumni x 22 Chestertown 30 27 Broadalbin -- - 28 Fonda 432 355 28 W-egiina x Tournament Games 23 Narthville Paul Moran Sports Editor. 9 . I SPORTS ON PARADE l- .1 CHAMPIONS 1938 Row 1 G. lYaclsworth, Mgr., H. llellows, H. Skinner, Capt., G. Poclmajers- ky, H, Quackeubush. Coach Fasulo. S Row 2 P. Moran, S. Craulter, R. Deal, D. Smith, M. Kiskas. Row 3 C. Stephenson, XY. Uufel, F. Rose, ll. Rose. O FULTONVILLE WINS TRI-COUNTY SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP The Fultonville High School soccer team won the Tri-County High School Soccer Clizunpionship without a single defeat. The team won five games and tied two in league competition. It also clefeatecl Delanson, Schoharie, and the Fultonville Alumni. 'l'he players that receiverl letters for soccer are: Capt. H. Skinner, George Poiluiajerskv. l'aul Moran. Charles llolclorf, Howard liellows, lfloycl Rose, Ilazzlett Quackenlmush, llonalcl Smith, llarolcl Rose, Charles Stevenson, Mike liiskas, XYilli:1m llufel, Stanley Cranker, Richard lleal, Harolcl Cook, and Manager George XX'arlsworth. Fultonville Fultouville Fultouvilln- Fultonville Fultonville SOCCER SCORES Wells Wells Sehoharie Delauson Fonda 1 Fultouville 0 Fultonville 1 Fultonville 0 Fullonville 0 Total 1 1 2 4 21 Northville 0 Fonda 1 Northville 1 Alumni 0 4 Paul Moran, Sports Editor' C C E R 1939 Fultonville Union Free and High School has been organized under the Regents of the State of New York for over 35 years, and has maintained a high standard of excellence in the scholastic attainments of its pupils. The present building was constructed in 1923-24. It is of modern, fireproof construction, and well equipped with sanitary toilets, showers, drinking fountains and other conveniences. The combination auditorium-gymnasium has a seating capacity of 300. All the high school dramatic and musical productions are staged there. It is also a social center during noon hours and activity periods. The school library has recently been remodeled. New library tables, chairs, desks, and shelving have been purchased. It is supplied with a large selection of books for reference and supplementary reading. It is constantly under the supervision of a licensed librarian. We subscribe to many current magazines, some of which are directly related to courses of study offered. A New York paper is received each day. Our laboratory was also remodeled during the summer of 1936 so that a com- plete course in chemistry could be offered. Now the laboratory is equipped so that chemistry, physics, biology, physical geography, general science, and mechanical drawing may be taught. The commercial department is well equipped with the necessary imple- ments for the teaching of the varied subjects offered. New typewriters are purchased each year so that the whole group of machines are modern and in excellent condition. To further social activities and to develop the correct social attitudes and ideals a fine radio with a phonograph attachment was added. To further improve the quality of instruction, a 16 mm. sound on film pro jector is to be purchased. This machine will be portable so that teaching films may be shown in the various classrooms. The gymnasium is used constantly by the physical education classes and is equipped for that type of work. Every child physically able in school from the fourth grade through the twelfth takes physical education two per- iods a week. Physical defects which can be corrected through exercise are treated by the director. Two modern buses, inspected periodically, provide transportation to and from school for all non-resident pupils. They are also used on athletic trips whenever possible. These trips are all supervised by faculty members and are sponsored jointly by the Board of Education and the Athletic Associa- tion. During the winter months a school cafeteria is maintained, providing each child with the opportunity to secure a warm dish for a few cents. CLERMONT CLARION RULES AND REGULATIONS. Admittance-Pupils desiring to enter the school will present themselves to the principal for classification. Children enrolling in this school for the first time are required to present a duly certified transcript of a birth certificate filed according to law, or duly certified transcript of a record of baptism giving the date of birth. A child under five years of age will not be admitted to the school unless his fifth birthday comes on or before December first, following. Attendance--Occasional or irregular attendance of children will not be permitted. Absence or tardiness must be accounted for in writing signed by parent or guardian when the pupil first returns to school. The attendance of all pupils enrolled in this school will be governed by the compulsory attendance law, regardless of age or grade. Excuses from h'gh school students must be presented to the principal upon the students' return to school. A room permit will then be issued which must be signed by each teacher for each period of the day. Scholarship-Reports are sent home every five weeks indicating the work of the pupils. Parents are urged to examine these reports closely, sign and return them to the teacher. If any report is not satisfactory to the par- ent, such parent is especially requested to visit the school, observe the work of his children in the classroom, and consult with the teacher and the Prin- iipal. It is the desire of the school officials to advance all pupils as rapidly as possible, but parents must remember that this end can be effected only by cooperation between parent, teacher and pupil, for it is only with the utmost cordial cooperation between the school and the home that the best results can be obtained, Parents may aid greatly by their attitude toward school work and discipline. Pupils who fail to maintain their rank may be placed in a lower grade or class, and those who have demonstrated themselves as being capable and worthy of promotion may be advanced in grade at any time by direction of their teacher and with the consent of the Principal. No pupil will be allowed to remain in school whose industry, progress, or conduct is unsatisfactory. The scholastic work of the High School pupils will be governed by the fol- lowing rules and regulations: 1. Pupils who have studied a subject for the required length of time and have maintained an average of 7095 in the subject will be permitted to try Regent's examination. Those who do not meet the above requirements will lLe admitted upon passing a local qualifying examination. 1939 2. In subjects in which no Regentis examination is given 7093 will be considered as a passing grade in the Hnal examination. 3. Pupils reviewing subjects must successfully pass a school examination before entering the Regent's examination unless they have reviewed the subject fr the required length of time with the regular class. 4. All pupils whose general average falls below 6012 will be required to drop work at the discretion of the principal. 5. Absences will be considered as failures in recitation unless satisfactorily made up. 6. Seniors-Those who have passed English Three Years and 9 units of other work after the january Regents examinations and are carrying the required subjects for the state academic diploma, with an average of not less than 7072 in each subject, will be certified for graduation after the five weeks tests in May. 7. Persons who do not qualify under No. 6, but who complete 15 units of work including all requirements for the state academic diploma in the june Regents will be notified in time to make it possible for them to be graduated with the class. 8. A school diploma will be awarded to Seniors who have failed not more than two subjects in the final june examinations, provided that the student has maintained an average of 7072 throughout the year in the subject or subjects in which he has failed. 9. Academic diplomas with credit will be issued if 8 of the required Re- gent's examinations units are passed at 75 to 8975, with honor if 8 of these units are passed at 9072 or above. Other Rules-All departments of this school are open every day that the school is in session for the inspection of parents and friends of the school. Visitors upon first entering the building should report to the Principals office. To eliminate the possibility of serious accidents resulting from unsuper- vised transportation, written permission from the parent or guardian is re- quired to allow the student to leave the bus at any place other than the school or his home, or to permit a student to go home any way other than on the bus. Permission for students to ride in or drive cars during the noon hour must be in writing and on file in the Principal's office. Pupils injuring or defacing any of the school property will be held strictly accountable for all damage done. Any pupil found guilty, while in the school building or on the school premises, or rude, noisy or quarrelsome deportment, or of using any profane CLERMONT CLARIUN or vulgar language, or of being disrespectful of citizens or strangers, or of throwing stones, snowballs, or other missiles, or of using tobacco in any form, shall be reported to the Principal. Pupils are to use telephone only with the Principal's permission. During school hours, pupils will not be called to the telephone except in unusual cases. DIPLOMAS OFFERED. College Entrance-This course is the basis for awarding state scholarships, five of which are awarded to students graduating in Montgomery County each year. Awards are made on the average of all Regents' marks obtained. State High School Diploma-Each 1. To earn a College Entrance di- ploma a candidate must offer evidence that he has satisfactorily completed a four-year secondary course of study approved by the Board of Re- gents. 2. He must ,pass a Regents exam- ination in earth of the following sub- jects: English four years Latin or Greek or French or Span- ish or German or Italian or Science fihree yearsl - Intermediate Algebra Plane Geometry One paper selected from the follow- ing: American History, Physics, Chemistry, or two years of a second foreign language. 3. He must obtain an average rat- ing of at least 75'Z,, with a minimum passing mark of 65 for any paper. student must complete an approved four year course of study including English, Citizenship and American tory. Regents examinations in certain specified subjects in group I or II must be passed. The electives making up the remainder of the 16 units are certified by the Principal. Group I All subjects in group I except Eng- Consiants required of an pupils lish may be counted toward a major units or minor sequence. English four years 4 American History 1 Science, 91h year 1 Fultonville High School offers the following courses from which its students may select major or minor Sccial Studies, 9th year 1 Group II Sequences in two different fields elected by the pupil Major sequence 3 Minor sequence 2 Group III Electives Total 16 Fultonville High School also offers secure one of these diplomas, Group I sequences. Mathematics Science Social Studies fHistory, Civics, Econ' omics, Economic Citizenship, 9th year Social Studiesl French Latin Business subjects Music two diplomas in special fields. To requirements must be inet and also 1939 the special requirements below. Bookkeeping General Business Introduction to Business 1 Introduction to Business 1 Business Arithmetic 1 Business Arithmetic 1 Typewriting I 1 Bookkeeping I 1 Bookkeeping I and II 2 Typewriting I 1 Business Law 15 Business Law 145 Economics bg, Economics 12 Salesmanship and business man- agement or Retail Selling 1 6 6 Group III Electives 3 The College Entrance and State High School Diploma will usually be aC- cepted for entrance to a Liberal Arts College. The local school diploma, based on non-regents credit, is also acceptable to state normal schools 'and some colleges. The Commercial Courses are of a practical nature. The aim is to give those who do not wish to attend college an opportunity to prepare for a life vocation. Music courses are oiiered in Fundamentals and Appreciation. Free music lessons are given to interested students by the music director. Individual attention on the instrument selected is given twice each week, and group or orchestra work once each week. GRADE DEPARTMENT. An excellent grade department is maintained. It is well equipped and headed by experienced teachers. Training in music and art is given through the first seven grades regularly. Integration courses are offered in the eighth grade giving a foundation for further study in particular subjects after entrance in high school. Pupils passing preliminary examinations are allowed to study high school subjects in their place. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES An extensive activity program is carried on in Fultonville High School. A carefully planned schedule of social, club, class, and athletic activities is sponsored by the school authorities. Each student is urged to select some club or activity in which he is interested. Participation will be rewarded by learning and pleasure. An activity period is held each VVednesday at three o'clock. During this period club and class meetings are held, class competitions, social functions and plans are made for the future. The following clubs and organizations are active at the present time.Dra- matic, Glee, Science, Newspaper, Gymnastic club, Home Economics, and Arts CLERMONT CLARION and Crafts, Freshman class organization, Sophomore class organization, jun- ior class organization, Senior class organization, and Student Council. The functfons of the above clubs are varied. SCIENCE CLUB Advisor: Mr. Smith The science club is to further the individual's interest in the science fielfl beyond the curriculum requirements. ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB Advisors: Miss Nelson and Miss Gamble To develope an interest in needle work and to create a desire to broaden the student's knowledge to more than one type of craft work. HOME ECONOMIC CLUB Advisor: Miss Bergen The work of the home making club this year has been to familiarize i's members with basic types of food preparation through the practice of cookery. LIBRARY CLUB Advisor: Miss Halstead The Library Club is a service organization. Its members assist in the cir- culation and care of the book collection. They have occasional social meetings, as well. NEWSPAPER CLUB Advisor: Miss Halstead The Newspaper Club, new this year, has published regular monthly issues of the Clermont Clarion. Its members have gained varied experience in gath- ering news, writing feature articles, securing advertisements, drawing and printing illustrative material, etc. GLEE CLUB Advisor: Miss llaker The purpose of the Glee Club is to offer an opportunity to sing worth while songs for the sake of enjoyment and cultural developement. This year the club participated in the state music festival at Ilion. GYMNASTIC CLUB Advisor: Mr. Fasulo The Gymnastic Club is for students desiring to test their own ability. To stimulate the powers of coordination, suppleness of body, and formation Cf Such virtues as courage, self-confidence and determination. Athletics form an important part of the extra curricular activities. Soccer. Basketball and Baseball are sponsored by the school. These teams compete -.vith other high school teams in all three sports. Fultonville is a member of the Tri-County High School League. 1939 EE 'il A-H I 11 i f-I-.EF - l S I l - FOR THE BEST in . . . CLASS RINGS 'l COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS CAPS AND GOWNS The L. G. BALFOUR CO. ' ATT LEBoRo, MASS. REPRESENTED BY: "Hodgkins of Balfour" P. O. Box 9 . . Schenectady, N. Y. ,-I 1 i :' K U 3-1 5 i Lg - 1 Mildred Elley Private Business School EXCLUSIVELY Fon onus The Select School of the Capital District Trains High School Graduates for SUCCESS in Business All graduates are helped to secure good positions Complete Secretarial and Business Courses and Business Machines. Training in Personality Development. 227-229 QUAIL ST. ALBANY, N. Y. iRegistered with New York State Board of Regents? 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Fonda Fultonville High School - Caughnawagan Yearbook (Fonda, NY) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

Fonda Fultonville High School - Caughnawagan Yearbook (Fonda, NY) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

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