Fort Edward High School - Siren Yearbook (Fort Edward, NY)

 - Class of 1938

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TH E SIREN. 1938 ROOM 11 Altizio, John Aurelia, Olympia Barry, William Bruce, Forrest Cantiello, Michael Catone, Mary Cutler, Dorothy Cutler, Robert Dorrance, Lena Esgro, Samuel Falkenbury, Edward Frawley, Antoinette Galloway, Patricia Gibbons, Hazel Gitto, Stephen Griffin, Howard Hazelton, Norma Holt, Mary Longdo, Bradford McCrea, Norma Ormsby, George Peters, Cairmela Tedesco, Frederick Wicks, Irwin SOCIAL ACTIVITIES In September, the class held a hott-dog roast in Case's woods. In the month of October, a good sportslhaliship assembly was held in the home room A farewell party was held during Club periofl for Mabel Munger. Refreshments were served. This took place in the month of November. Hilflnger, Frederick Kelleher, William Maranville, Douglas Miller, Emily Pashby, Elizabeth Sumner, Roland Turner, Leon A play was presented in the auditorium as a part of the Christmas program. On May 13, during Club period, a party WHS celebrated for basketball victories. On ,Iune 3rd, the class made the annual Albany trip, On Saturday, june llth, the class made a trip to Ticonderoga. They invited Mr. Fletcher and Miss Canavan as guests of the class, ROOM 15 Borix, Eva Boucher, Mary Rice, Margery Roberts, Florence Flores, Julia Godfrey, Helen Shelly, Hazel Trackey, Evelyn Harrington, Thomas Lewis, Alric Viele, David Whalen, William Ogden, Irving Paquette, Norman SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Room 15 has organized a Travel Club. Eva llorix has been elected President, Evelyn Track- ey, Secretary, and Hazel Shelly, Treasurer. Sufficient money has been raised to charter a bus for the Albany Tour. Q-.ML Junior Prom As this goes to press, the juniors are in the midst of preparations for the greatest social event of the school year . . . the junior Prom. Although all the arrangements have not been completed, the work is fairly well under way, and we are hoping that this year the Prom will succeed-both socially and financially. '.l'his year, the Prom will be held on the evening of Friday, june 3, in the High School gymnasium. The committee has not yet decided upon an orchestra, but there are a number of possibilities, from which it will choose in the very near future. The Qylll will be decorated in blue and silver, and dancing will be from nine until one. At a recent meeting, the class president, Andrew Shelley, announced the following Page Ten committees: ' Music-Thelma johnson, Ronald Powers. Decorating-Mary .lane McCarty, -lean Etu, Ann Sears, Phyllis Sears, Mary Shee- han, VVillard Bruce, Andrew Shelley, ,lohn Marine, Guy Dangelico, and Richard Senee cal. Ticket and Prognam-Barbara Snyder, Shirley Ten Eyck, Robert McCarty. Advertising--NVilliam Slack, Lawrence Corbett. Door-'VVilliam Cronkhite. Checkroom-Mary Cutler, Elsie McCauly, Dorothea Bennett. The following will be invited as chaper- ones: Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher, Dr. and Mrs. Tillotson, Mr. and Mrs. Munson, Miss Seible, and Miss Etu. ,

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ROOM 8 THE SIREN. 1938 JUNIOR e HIGH Barber, Jean Bruce, Ethel Caruso, Mary Dangelico, Launaf Dobroski, Margaret Gannon, John Groom, Stanley Hoskins, Helen Lewis, Charlotte Bowe, Marie Bruso, John Curtis, Rita Davidson, Ann Doty, Ethel Gordon, Joseph Haas, Muriel Hunsperger, Paul Miner, Margaret Munson, Robert Nolan, June O'Holleran, Alice O'Sick, Mary Robinson, Robert Scott, Jack Toole, William Viele, Edward Zaiko, Joseph Mylott, Robert 0'Connell, Geraldine 0'Sick, Joseph Patten, Helen Sciarretta, Norma Sullivan, Shirley Trackey, William Wible, James ROOM 9 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES During the year, the class presented various programs, both in the auditorium and in the class room. These included Thanksgiving, Christmas, Safety First, Pan American, Columbus Day, I-Iallowe'en, and Valentine programs. The social events included a Halloween Party, a Christmas Party, Parity and june Picnic. Valentine Party, Altizio, Marra Catone, Angelo Cronkhite, Thomas Falkenbury, Arlene Flores, Nancy Gordon, Kenneth Haselton, Marion, Ives, Erskine Becker, Donald' Cimo, Josephine Elder, Roy Fisher, Lewis Gallant, Thomas Gould, Dorothy Hughes, Frank Kamburelis, Dena Kamburelis, Marfula Kelleher, Mary Ellen McCormick, Regina Middleton, Donald Morrill, William Ogden, Kenneth Rabine, Thomas Sarchioto, Lillian Tasker, Malcolm Tillotson, Olin Williams, Jessie SOCIAL ACTIVITIES McCrea, James Miller, Patricia, Munger, Charles Peters, Alphonsus Reid, Janeth Spofford, Harold Terry, Richard Walku'p, Julia Zeno, Mary May lluring the past year Room 9 has presenteduassemblies both in the auditorium and in their class room. These include Thanksgiving, Clirigtmag, Columbus Day, HalloWe'en, and Valen- tine Day. The social events included a Hallowe'en Party, a Christmas Party, Valentine Party, May Party and june Picnic. Beale, Albert Bruso, Dorothy Byers, Harry Clark, Jean Colvin, Andrew Copeland, Coolidge Doty, Lester Doyle, Beverly Forte, Richard Boissdneau, Anita Butler, Edith Cary, William Collier, Gloria Cooley, Lewis DeGroot, Janice Douglass, Pauline Fiat, Vernon Gannon, Geraldine ROOM 10 Grant, Jean King, John Knickerbocker, Kathleen Koss, Mary LaRocke, Elmer Merrill, Ralph Roods, Howard Sarchiota, Thomas Simmons, Elizabeth Stead, Robert White, Walton SOCIAL ACTIVITIES LaSars0, Frances O'Sick, Joseph Rouse, Francis- Shelley, Phyllis Smith, Robert Trombley, Elizabeth Wrigley, Norman The class officers of Room 10 are as follows: President, Anita Boissoneaug Vice-President, Elizabeth Trombleyg Secretary, Howard Roodsi Treasurer, Kathleen Knickerbocker. Room 10 participated in the junior High program given at Christmas time, and they also presented assemblies in commemoration of Lincolnis Birthday and Boy Scout Week. Rage Nine



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THE SIREN. 1938 ORGANIZATIONS Dramatic Club The Dramatic Club, better known to us as the "Footlighters," began September 14, 1937, with Mr. Griffith presiding. Officers were elected: Edward Roberts, President, Raymond Roods, Vice-President, Shirley Ten Eyck, Secretary, Phyllis Sears, Treas- urer. The following pupils also enrolled: Donald Ames, Mary Bennett, Jane Berrigan, Paul Bishop, Doris Bowen, Geraldine Brown, Helen Burns, Mary Caputo, Car- 1nella Caputo, Ruth Chase, Shirley Clark, Lawrence Corbett, Hilda Cortland, VVilliam Cronkhite, Mary Cutler, Goldie Daniels, Jane Davies, June Doyle, Helen Etu, Helen Finn, Margaret Foote, Shirley Forshey, Vir- ginia Forte, Frank Guglielmini, Edna Hoag, Helen Hoag, Shirley Johnson, Thelma John- son, Leonard Johnston, Claire Joiner, Made- lyn Joiner, Anna Konopka, Betty Leonard, Clothier Maloney, Bessie Malvuccio, Elea- nor Martin, Floyd Mayrand, Margaret Mc- Cabe, Mary Jane McCarty, Robert McCarty, Jane McCrea, Richard McCurry, Gilbert Mills, John Morse, Emma Newton, Andrew O'.Keefe, Betty Paquette, Alfred Rice, Ray- mond Roods, Catherine Roberts, Edward Roberts, Elsie Robinson, Robert Rourke, Michael Ruotolo, Ann Sears, Phyllis Sears, Frances Senecal, Richard Senecal, Mary Sheehan, Helen Simmons, Joseph Smatko, Helene Smith, Barbara Snyder, Margaret Sprague, Margaret Steele, Eleanor Taylor, Shirley Ten Eyck, Virginia Tillotson, Jean Toole, Molly Trackeno, Betty Vines, James NVeaver, Lester VVible, Susie Williains, Dor- othy Wood, Bradley Wright, Douglas VVrigley, Helen Yasko, Julia Yasko, Muriel Butler, VVilliam Hill, George Chambers. At the second meeting of the Dramatic Club, Shirley Clark gave a monologue. Also during the year, monologues were given by Mary Bennett, Muriel Butler, Frances Sene- cal and Julia Yasko. , The next thing which was done by the club was the presentation of programs by the different classes. The Seniors were first. Edna Hoag was chosen chairman. They put on a program in the form of an amateur hour and a contest was held, for determining the best amateur. The prize was awarded to Margaret Steele, Mary Caputo and Betty Vines, a trio, who sang. Other members of the Senior class who belonged to the club and wished to be in the program were pre- sented. The following meeting the Juniors pre- sented their program. Their chairman was Mary Sheehan. Most of the Juniors who belonged to the club participated. The pro- gram consisted of monologues, dialogues and charades. Next came the Sophomores. Robert Rourke was chairman. This program con- sisted of Sophomore members who put on a program of monologues, dialogues and a fashion show. These programs, put on by the different classes, were only for the bene-- fit of the Dramatic Club members. Wfhile these programs had been going on, a cast which had been selected, was re- hearsing their first play, "The First Dress Suit." On November 3, 1937, the play was presented at an assembly in the Fort Ed- ward High School Auditorium. The High School members and also the Junior High classes were present. The cast consisted of Thelma Johnson as "Betty," Donald Ames as "Johnny," Jane McCrea as "Mrs. Harding," Jack Morse as "Teddy" This play went over so well that it was presented in Argyle a short time later. This concluded the activities of the club during its first year of existence. ............4g....,. Debate Club This year, in addition to our regular league debate, the Fort Edward High School debate team also met llion. The league subject for the year was- "Resolved: That all labor disputes should be settled by compulsory arbitration." Page Eleven

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