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

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MARGARET SPRAGUE Literary ANN DEUTSCHBEIN MARY BENNETT ELSIE DAVIES IOHN DURKIN MIRIAM SLACK CALVIN TILLOTSON ELSIE ROBINSON MARION GANLEY Art CATHERINE MURPHY KAY ROBERTS MARGARET SMITH SAM ESGRO FANNY SARCHITO Advertising PAT SMYTHE SHIRLEY CLARK VIRGINIA TILLOTSON VIOLET BOISSONEAU BETTY PASHBY IOHN RUOTOLO ? There is not a doubt but that some day in the far future you will think over your days in high school cmd say, "Those were the days!" The memory of the last quarter of the Fort Edward-Hudson Falls game, of Vi Boissoneau and her gun, of Iohn Carpenters jitterbugging, of the only time Meg Caputo was in an evening gown, of the High School Band-those are the things which you like to remember in looking back to your old school days. And this year book is your memorandum. By glancing through its pages, you will live again the time when Mr, Barber made squirm or when you slid downstairs and landed at the feet of one of the good-looking teachers. Although the years may dim your memory and build cobwebs in your brain, the pictures and articles from this book will serve to brush them away for a brief while and take you back to the good old days at F E H S We sincerely dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Fletcher, whose guidonce interest cmd cooperation with the "Siren" staff hos encouro ed ond b g ene- fitted us oll. 6 age First Row-Tierney, Murray, Delsignore, McCormick, Terry, Second Row-Russell, Viele, Sheehan, Bishop, Lc1Clc:1ire, Bowe, Barber IN MEMORIAM RICHARD F. MURRAY '7 Mary l, Hughes Anna Wagner Anna R. Finn Bessie S. Greene Evelyn Doyle Doris Fitzpatrick Iohn Leonard lames Eaton Stephen Davis Twila Wagener Anne Eleanor Etu MR. CAMERON and MR. NEWELL HGZQI CUUCIVUT1 Ervin R. Fletcher, Anne Bfislifl Supervising Principal Elizabeth lVlC1iOCl"1ll'C Frgnklifl Bqfbef MUFY E- Fifm Gertrude Munson Theresa Stanley Beatrice Reed MGTY ChC1S9 Marietta Hanna Marie McCormick E. Everett Griffith Theresa La Farr Ighn Becde Margaret Lennon Armg B. Cgin lVlQI'Y Fl.tZpGiI'lCk Helen DQnQhY Doris Condon Starr L, Cole May D. Wrigley Phyllis Taylor Mae M. Sheehan Anna T, Wright Helena Bowe Edward Danowski lulia Rogers Mary Cronin MISS MCCURRY, Secretary to the Principal K? :gf ,emfnfu 5 Q if si' .W Y. 'Rv , , 1 qw rf 'f V-1,,,x,g M wi ' x,,, W ,Z EDNA ELIZABETH AIKEN "Eddie" Interclass Basketball l. 2. 3. 4: Or- chestra 3: Senior Band 3. 4: March- lnq Band 3: Sax Quartet. DORIS MARION ANDERSON "Andy" Girls' Basketball 2, 3. 4: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Play Committee. MARYROSE BOWE Secretary Junior Class: Glee Club 2. 3: President Student Council 4: Dramatic Club 4: Senior Play: Junior Prom Committee: Usher Graduation. Classniqht: Washington Tour: Public Speaking. MURIEL EUNICE BUTLER "Tiny" Orchestra 3: Press Club 2, 3: Dra- matic Club 3. CARMELA CHRISTINE CAPUTO ..Meg,. Band 3. 4: Orchestra 3. 4: Senior Play: Treasurer Junior. Senior Classes: Secretary Instrumental Club 4. -5 ls DAVlD STANLEY ANDERSON "Andy" Football 1. 2. 3: Track l. 2. 3: Basketball l. 2, 3: Dramatic Club: Senior Play: Safety Patrol. MARY ELIZABETH BENNETT "Lulu" Senior Play: Dramatic Club tPresi- dentl 4: Camera Club 4: Basketball: Public SPeakin9 2 years: Debate l year: Press Club: Yearbook Stait: Play. "Thursday Eveninq": Junior Prom Committee 3. DORIS MARIA BOWEN npeq.. Dramatic Club 1: Washington Trip. MARGARET ANN CANTIELLO ..Murge.. Glee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Usher, Senior Play. JOHN ALYWARD CARPENTER "Carpy" Basketball 4: Senior Play: Assistant Baseball Manager 4: President Junior. Senior Classes. JOSEPH EDWARD CASSANT "Joe" Senior Play: Door Committee Junior Card Party. GORDON JOSEPH CLARK "Clarkey" FELIX NICHOLAS COLUMBETTI HEX.. Football 4: Press Club 4: lnterclass Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. MARY CONSTANCE DANGELICO "Connie" Glee Club I. 2. 3. 4: Usher, Senior Play: Junior Prom Committee. EDNA MAE DOUGLAS "Eddie" ' RUTH MARIE CHASE Senior Play. MARY SHIRLEY CLARK "Clarkey" Interclass Girls' Basketball 3. 4: Press Club 4: Dramatic Club 4: Glee Club I: Year Book Staff 4: lEIected for D. A. R. Good Citizen- ship Pilqrimagel: Honor Student: Senior Play. AGNES HELEN COTTER WALTER CLARENCE DOTY ..wul!.. Track 1. 2. 3: J. V. Basketball 4. Art Club 4: Interclass Basketball 2 AGNES MARY DOYLE "Aggie" HELEN MARTHA ETU Girls' Intra-Mural l, 2. 3: Senior Play: Secretary-Treasurer Dramatic Club 3: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Vale- dlctortan. EDWARD PETER FISHER ..Ed.. Baseball 1. 2. 3: Football 3. 4: Bas- ketball 2. 3. 4: Vice-President A. A. 3. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH LEONARD Hug.. Glee Club 2: Drarnatlc Club 2: Senior Play: Junior Prom Com- mittee: Vice-President Sophomore Class: Secretary Senior Class. ELEANOR RUTH MARTIN Glee Club I. 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Club 4: Senior Play. CATHERINE MARY MURPHY Glee Club I, 2: Art Club 4: Junior Prom Committee: Press Club 4: Usher. Senior Play: Dramatic Club 2. JEN NIE FANN Y EVERTS Secretary Student Council: Glee Club. VIRGINIA ROSAMOND FORTE nainy.. Press Club: Dramatic Club: Glee Club. CLOTHIER EDWARD MALONEY Art Editor Siren, Yearbook 4: Senior Play: Dramatic Club 2. 4. MARGARET LILLIAN MCCABE ..Mmg.. Press Club 3. 4: Dramatic Club 1: Yearbook Stall 4: Usher. Senior Play. FRANCIS JOHN MURRAY "Une" Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Track l. 2. 3. 4. EMMA MAE NEWTON Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Dramatlc Club I: Usher Senlor Play. HARRY JOHN QUACKENBUSH "J ack" Football 4: Interclass Basketball 2. 3. WILLIAM JOHN REID nam.. Track. ELSIE MILDRED ROBINSON uh.. Cheer Leader 2, 3. 4: Press Club 4: Dramatic Club 2. 3: Glee Club I, 2. 3. 4: Senior Play: Secretary Freshman Class: Year Book Statt 4: Usher Graduation 3: Junlor Prom Commlttee. JOHN NICK RUOTOLO "Johnnie" Editor-ln-Cbiet and Advertising Com- mittee tor Yearbook: Managing Edl- tor and Exchange Editor ot Siren: Treasurer ot Student Council: Wash- lnqton Tour: Senlor Play Advertis- lnq Committee: Junior Prom Com- mlttee: Junlor Card Party and Dance Committee. ANDREW VINCENT O'KEEI"E ..AndY.. Press Club 2. 3. 4: Senlor Band 3. 4: Interclass Basketball 4: Senlor Play: J. V. Basketball 2: Football 3. 4. DANIEL GRIFFIN REID "Boone" Senlor Play: Safety Patrol: Junlor Prom: Junior Card Party. CATHERINE MARGARET ROBERTS ..Kay.. Dramatic Club I. 2. 3: Glrls' Bas- ketball 1. 2. 3: Press Club 4: Art Club Secretary 4: Year Book Statt 4: Marching Band 3: Glee Club 2: Junior Card Party Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 3: Camera Club 4: Washington Tour. ROBERT JOSEPH ROURKE "Porky" Press Club 4: Dramatic Club. Senlor Play: Junior Prom Committee: Junlor Card Party Committee. FANNY THERESA SARCHIOTO Glrls' Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Art Club 4: Press Club 4. FRANK JOHN SAVASTA uspiky.. Track: Interclass Basketball. PATRICK JOSEPY SMYTHE "Pat" Senior Play Cast and Committee: Dramatic Club: Production Manager 4: Captain of Cheer Leaders 4: Football 1. 2. 3: Basketball 2. 3: Track 3: Advertisinq Manager lor Press Club 4: Circulation lor Year- book: Junlor Prom Committee. WILLIAM F. STACAVICH "Chick" Property Manaqer. Senior Play. VIRGINIA POST TILLOTSON "Tillie" Dramatic Club 3. 4: Press Club 4: Art Club 4: Senior Play: Junior Prom Decoratlnq Committee 3: Usher. Graduation 3. FREDERICK ALBERT VIELE "Freddie" Senior Play: Baseball 4: J. V. Bas- ketball 4: Junlor Prom Committee. MARGARET ELAINE SMITH "Marnie" Glee Club 2. 3: Dramatic Club Press Club: Atl Club 4: Junior Prom Committee. MARGARET MARY SPRAGUE nned.. Girls' Basketball 3. 4: Press Club: Yearbook Stall: Drarnatlc Club: Junior Prom Committee: Washing- ton Trip: Safety Patrol. WILLIAM W. STICKNEY "Will" J. V. Basketball 4: ELIZABETH LANITA TURNER .mln Senior Band 3. 4: Marching Band 3. 4: Orchestra 3. 4. JOSEPH ROBERT VIELE "Joe" Senior Play: Junior Prom Commit- tee: Junior Card Party Committee. LESTER CHARLES WIBLE "Zlke" Band: Press Club: Senior Play: J. V. Basketball 4. J NES JOSEPH RAYMOND O JOHN PAUL ROYALLMINNS 4 "Peanut" "Jack" J. V. Basketball: Baseball 2: Inter- class Basketball. CLASS OF 1940 MOTTO "Either Find a Path or Make One" HELEN MARY YASKO "Helene" Dramatic Club 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee: Glee Club 2. 3: Press Club 4: Usher. Senior Play. Class Colors-Orchid and Green Flower-American Beauty Rose Class Oiiicers President ...................... IOHN ALYWARD CARPENTER Vice President .............. DAVID STANLEY ANDERSON Treasurer .................. CARMELA CHRISTINE CAPUTO Secretary .............. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH LEONARD Class Honors Valedictorian ............................,. HELEN MARTHA ETU Salutatorian .................... ELSIE MILDRED ROBINSON Honor Student ........................ MARY SHIRLEY CLARK I HISTORY OF THE IUNIOR CLASS Upon entering its first year in high school, the class ot '41 elected Robert Conley as president, Iohn Quattrocchi, vice presidentg Ieannette Clarke, secretary and Elsie Davies, treasurer. During the Sophomore year, Iohn Vines was chosen president, Robert Conely, vice president, Gerald Murphy, secretary: and Lenora Doty, treasurer. The first Iunior class meeting was opened by Mrs. Munson, one of the class advisers. Iohn Vines was again elected president, Robert Conley, vice presidentg Betty Bowe, secretaryg and Elsie Davies, treasurer. Iohn Dur- kin and Thomas Sullivan were chosen to represent the class in the Student Council. The class colors ot blue and gold were selected and the class ring with traditional school crest were ordered. The outstanding social events of the lunior class were the social and a candy sale after the Whitehall football game, October 12, the lunior Card Party and Dance May 10 and the lunior Prom, May 24. TUNIORS First Row l... to R. Stickney, Rourke, Conley, Bowe, Vines, Davies, Murray, Marine, Slack, Second Row L. to R. Ganley, A. Foote, C. Foote, Stanley, Mills, Dobroski, Cronkhite, Com- isky, Boissoneau, O'Brien. Third Row L. to R. Deutschbein, Yasko, Smith, Thompson, C. lannucci, McCrea, Clark, Barker, La Sarso, McDonald, Doty. Fourth Row L. to R. Corkland, lones, Macdougal, Cardinale, Tillotson, Gregoire, Barber, Falkenbury, Dill, Ruotolo, Elder, Bickford, Malvuccio. Filth Row L. to R. Miss Taylor, McCarty, Goman, Weaver, Hayes, Sullivan, Quattrocchi. Sixth Row L. to R. Mrs. Munson, Ormsby, Murphy, Aubrey, I. lannucci, Miss Reed, Miles, Mr. Barber, I. Durkin. Last year the Freshman class met and elected the following officers: SOPHOMORE HISTORY President ..,...........,............................... HOWARD ROODS Vice-President ,,,........................,..........,... BETTY PASHBY Secretary ....,.....,.......,..........,.....,.,.. ANITA BOISSONEAU Treasurer .........,...................,.e..,,............ LEWIS COOLEY The only activity of the class as a group was the annual Round Pond picnic. This year as Sophomores the class had a Halloween Dance in the gym. In February it was decided that each member should bring twenty-five cents a month to start saving for the Washington trip. The class officers are: President .....,,...,...... ..,....,, A NlTA BOISSONEAU Vice-President .,,..... .....,w.. l-l OWARD GRIFFIN Secretary .,.,......,.....,..,.,....,.......,.......,,...... BETTY PASI-IBY Treasurer ,..........,..............................,........... SAM ESGRO SOPHOMORE CLASS La Rowe, Bruso, Griffin, Pashby, Boissoneau, Esgro, Aiken, Aurelia, Roberts. Rice, Grant, Butler, Collier, Galloway, Bailey, Trombley, Clark, Flores, Peters. Denis, Wicks, Hazelton, Cutler, Douglas, Simmons, Daniels, B. Doyle, S. Doyle, La Sarso, Bessette, Shelley, McCrea, Holmes, Lewis. Longdo, Beale, King, De Groot, Stead, Dorrance, Miller, Roberts, Knicker- bockei, Gibbons, Hotl, Williams, Sumner, Gitto, R, Smith, R. C. Smith. Miss Cain, Doty, Rabine, Maranville, Wood, Keeler, Kelleher, Forte, Phelps, Whalen, Senecal, Viele, Sarchioto, O'Sick, Paquette, Wrigley, Tedesco, Ormsby, Altizio, Merrill. Mr. Griffith, Barry, Cantiello, Turner, Cardinal, Falkenbury, Cutler, Sta- cavich, Mr. Beale, Carpenter, Roods, Cooley, Ogden, Copeland, Colvin, Miss Fitzpatrick. 9 - v sv A , . in Q . FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY ln September a new group of students started their high school career. They organized their class as follows: President, Charles Ralston, Vice Presi- dent, Louis Fisher, Secretary, Margaret Dobroski, Treasurer, William Morril. Donald Becker represented the class at the Student Council. The Freshman class advisers were: Miss Hughes, Miss Danahy, Mr. Eaton and Mr. Leonard. The event of the year was a successful party held at Christmas time. FRESHIVIEN First Row L. to R. Miller, Doty, Dobroski, Fisher, Ralston, Morrill, Becker, Lewis, Davidson. Second Row L. to R. Holmes, Henderson, Williams, Hoskins, Dangelico, McCormick, Nolan, Hall, Curtis, Zino. Third Row L. to R. Chard, Falkenbury, Galusha, Haas, Cimo, Miner, Reid, Williams, Sar- chioto, Gould, Gordon. Fourth Row L. to R. O'Keefe, O'Sick, Williams, Sciarretta, O'Connell, Sullivan, Tubbs, Lewis, Hazzard, Caruso, Elder, Kelleher, Hazelton, Barber, Cronkhite, Everts. Fifth Row L. to R. Robinson, Viele, Spaffor, Harrington, Trackey, Tillotson, Hall, Wible, Bicklord, Tasker, Terry, Gravelle, Toole. Sixth Row L. to R. Peters, Gannon, Munger, Miss Hughes, Munson, Mr. Leonard, Bruso, Miss Danahy, Tietz, Mr. Eaton, Ogden, Zaiko. Stark Wright Ogden Rice McDougall Battershall Roberts Wicks Cimo Trackey lones Wood Mylott Lahue Knickerbocker Williams Berrigan l.aSarso Roberts Lansing Toole Culligan Collier Columbetti Federio 1 - " ' 'X' Pictures of Grades 7 Cimo Daly Hughes Sarchito Arcuri Daly Matochik Parker Harrington Vaughn Hale Mylott Etu Pratt Roberts Gannon Saville Bowe Fisher Reid Kelleher Neuhaus Streeter Osborne Strong Bowe Gritman Smith Trackey Comiskey Columbetti Anderson Caputo Culligan Semony Morrison Gitto Hall Guglielmini Cicero Robinson Rourke Del Sole Cassant Hayes Roberts Ellis Carpenter Guglielmini Caputo Reed Summer Rouse Hoskins Miles Chackolis Sears Munger Ives Montello Strong Sanders Andrian McDougall Miss Canav CID Mrs. Matochik Miss Brislin EIGHTH GRADE First Row L. to R. Rabine, Turcott, King, Stacavich, Cook, Marine, Etu, Tillotson, Catone, Ives, Komsa, C. Mullen. Second Row L. to R. De Groot, Dangelico, Lewis, Prawley, Emily Sadler, Esther Sadler, Arcuri, Cutler, Donahue, McCrea. Third Row L. to R. Zeno, Barber, Morgan, Iohnson, MacCauley, Zeto, Chapman, Godfrey Caples. Fourth Row L. to R. Srnatko, Knickerbocker, Parker, Matthews, S. Mullen, Haas, Roods McCormick, G. Etu, Gravelle, Hughes. Filth Row L. to R. Miss Cronin, Fisher, Bergeron, O'Hanlon, Caputo, Hoskins, Cardinale Maranville, C. Mullen, Cicero, Morrill. Sixth Row L. to R. Miss Rogers, Caruso, loiner, Doyle, Stark, LaFarr, luliucci, Wicks, Mid dleton, Munger. Seventh Row L. to R. Berrigan, Blair, Keeler, Reardon, Henry, Iannucci, Laderach, Flores. 1 ,x 1: f K XXX .Hakim-j . ' ' ' N, O I .5 6 PQI' :egg 'ma-' 'f 1- The Student Council is the active part of the Student Government of the Fort Edward High School. lts members are elected by the students and repre- sent each class in the lunior and Senior High School. During the year, the Council has completed several projects including the granting of charters to the various clubs, the changing of the school letters from UF. E." to at the request of the football squad, the setting up of rules governing non-money making activities, a survey among business men to find the characteristics and studies the employer desires his employees to have, the installation of a Point System of awarding Activity letters, and the adoption ot a system of appointing Athletic Managers. STUDENT COUNCII. First Row L. to R. Copeland, Toole, Ruotolo, Bowe, Everts, Sullivan. Second Row L. to R. Del Sole, Becker, Cooley, Etu, Mr. Fletcher. C ln addition to the yearbook, the Press Club issued five school papers, known as the "Siren", which were put out by the members of the staff. lohn Vines was the editor-in-chief. Around him was his staff, consisting of Ann Deutschbein, Shirley Clark, Howard Griffin, Pat Smythe, Iohn Ruotolo, Kay Roberts, and Sam Esgro. Members of the Press Club acted as reporters, typists, and mimeo- graphers, under the direction of Miss Cain, Miss Hughes, Miss 'Wagener, and Miss Danahy, the faculty advisers. PRESS CLUB First Row L. to R, Tillotson, Deutschbein, Caputo, Ruotolo, Vines, Tilloston, Clark, Maloney. Second Row L. to R. Sprague, Mills, Yasko, Slack, Roberts, McCabe, Forte, Boissoneau, Rourke, Grant, Bowe. Third Row L. to R. Clark, Ganley, Smith, Sarchioto, Yasko, Bennett, Robinson, Murphy, Davies, Pashbyf Fourth Row L. to R. Columbetti, Miss Hughes, Miss Danahy, Griffin, O'Keefe, Miss Cain. JMC v 'V ' ' .' , . i., i- f V Q- A, - tis., .,, ' . wi " 1' ' 2 During the past year, the Glee Club, comprised ol thirty-eight members under the direction of Miss Eleanor Etu, was one ol the most progressive organi- zations in the school. Meeting twice a week, the members had as their goal the annual musical competitive contests to beheld in Ballston Spa, Pough- keepsie and Albany, respectively, the sectional, state and national contests. Their efforts were rewarded when they placed in the sectional contests with a rating ol 2. Thus, entitled to go to the state contests, they received, on May 3, a rating of 2 which qualified them for the national contests on May 15, 17 and 18, GLEE CLUB First Row L. to R. Rice, Marine, Caruso, Aurelia, L. Dangelico, Roberts, Peters, Shelley, Clark. Second Row L. to R. M. Dobroski, H. Dobroski, Cimo, P. Miller, Martin, Stead, Doyle, La Sarso, Boissoneau, Zeno. Third Row L. to R. Etu, Flores, Stanley, Lewis, Pashby, Forte, Newton, O'I-lolleran, M. Dan- gelico, Cantiello. Fourth Row L. to R. Sarchioto, E. Miller, Knickerbocker, Tillotson, Robinson, Bruso, Cidlliel' Miss Etu, Williams, Iannucci, Deutschbein, Hall. 0 Tv I, , ? . First Row L. to R. Becker, Sullivan, Longdo, Boissoneau, Relder, Curtis. Second Row L. to R. O'l'lolleran, Stead, I. Tillotson, Ganley, Etu, I. Marine. Third Row L. to R. I. Elder, Caputo, C. Tillotson, Turner, Maranville, O. Tillotson. Fourth Row L. to R. S. A. Gitto, S. I. Gitto, Copeland, Davidson, Foote, Mr. Cole, Stanley, A. Marine. THE F.E.H.S. ORCHESTRA During this year the High School Orchestra participated in a number of school programs. ln December it provided music between the acts of the Senior play. Since then the members have rendered selections at both the Speaking Contest and at the program of two one-act plays. Throughout the year it has played at various assemblies. First Row L. to R. Nolan, l-lilfinger, Sullivan, Guglielmini, O'Keete, Sarchioto, Cicero, Wicks, Roberts, I. Elder. Second Row L. to R. A. Foote, B. Turner, King, Hoskins, Aikien, Ganley, Maranville, Deutsch- bein, Barker, Caputo. Third Row L. to R. Kelleher, McCormick, Slack, C. Tillotson, I. Tillotson, I. Marine, Etu, Copeland, Tasker, Roods. Fourth Row L. to R. Merrill, Aurelia, Cronkhite, Hazelton, L. Turner, Dill, S. A. Gitto, lannucci, S. I. Gitto, Wrigley. Fifth Row L. to R. Tubbs, Corkland, A. Marine, Davidson, Longdo, O. Tillotson, Director S. Cole, Stanley, C. Foote. Sixth Row L. to R. Gould, Ogden, R. Elder. HIGH SCHOOL BAND . This year, for the first time, the band marched at the football games between the half periods. At the sectional contests the Band received a 2+ rating which would have entitled it to go to the state contests but for the lact that two bands, that being the quota, placed ahead of it. The final concert was held on May 16 at the annual Spring Festival. ' Cla!- , f Y as 4 I .as "ll""'1 vhs' The Dramatic Club successfully completed its first year of play produc tion. lt's presentations included the annual Senior play, "Growing Pains" and two one-act plays, "Moonshine" and "Thursday Evening." lt has done much towards developing the dramatic ability among our student body. The officers of the club are: President Mary Bennett and Secretary-Treasurer Helen Dobro ski, with Mr. E. E. Griffith as advisor and director. DRAMATIC CLUB First Row L. to R. Yasko, Dobroski, Bennett, McCrea, Smith. Second Row L. to R. Rourke, Stanley, Mills, Bowe, Butler, Boissoneau, Clark, Davies. Third Row L. to R. Sprague, Stead, Vines, Anderson, Sullivan, Rourke. Fourth Row L. to R. Bowe, Bruso, V. Tillotson, C. Tillotson, Smythe, Hayes. Fifth Row E. Everett Griffith. QA! Cla!- First Row L. to R. Sarchioto, Murphy, Roberts, Tillotson, Smith. Second Row L. to R. Esgro, Nolan, Roberts, Miss Wagener. ART CLUB The club directed by Miss Wagener completed the following projects throughout the year: the making of Christmas cards, block printing, clay model- ing and tapestry painting. All art Work and printing for the year book was done by members ot Art Club. The officers are as follows: President ..,.....,,,.....i,,, ,...... C ATHERINE MURPHY Vice-President ,,..... ........ C LOTI-HER MALONEY Secretary ...,...,. ....,... C ATHERINE ROBERTS Treasurer ,..i..,. ......... M ARGARET SMITH SW PM T code of regulations drawn up by the Council to maintain good citizenship in the school and on the school property. The Patrol also acted as official guides about the school at the annual exhibit and Patrons Night. STUDENT SAFETY PATROL O'Connell, Parker, DeGroot, Reid, Roberts, Matochik, Sprague. Second Row L. to R. Bowe, Morrill, Reid, Gornan, Foote, Pashby. Third Row L. to R. Fisher, Anderson, Summer. Fourth Row L. to R. Tillotson, Reardon. he Safety Patrol was created by the Student Council to enforce a First Row L. to R. .S'f0"'f'1 5 .7 ' ,'-L.. ., During the football season, Fort Edward High School played the fol- lowing games: 3 . .Kyiv- Date Place Score Sept. 30, 1939 Home Fort Edward Glens Falls 3 Oct. 7 1939 .Home Fort Edward St, Mary's O Oct. 12 1939 Home Fort Edward Whitehall 19 Oct. 21 1939 Away Fort Edward Granville O Oct. 28 1939 Away Fort Edward Hudson Falls 12 Nov. 11 1939 Home Fort Edward Port Henry 7 Games: Won 1 Lost 4 Tied 1 Points for: 13 Points against: 41 This year the team had an entirely new coaching staff headed by Iohn Beale. His assistants were lames Eaton and lack Leonard. Co-captains were appointed for each game by Coach Beale. At the end ol the season, the lettermen met and elected Eddie Roberts and Andrew Beale as honorary co-captains for the year. FOOTBALL Wible, Miles CManagerl, Murphy, Sumner, Columbetti, T. Rabine, Altizio, Cgntiello, H. Rabine, T. Colvin, Barber, Morrill, Stacavich. Middle Row Trackey, Quattrocchi, Sarchioto, L. Fisher, Paquette, A. Colvin, Savasta, Durkin, Senecal, Beale. Top How Coaches Beale and Eaton, Cutler, E. Fisher, O'Keele, Coach Leonard, Roberts, Cox, Iannaucci, Quackenbush, Ives, Mr. Fletcher. Bottom Row 0 BASEBALL TEAM First Row L. to R. Morrill, Rabine, Vines, Conley, Fisher, Wible, Viele. Second Row L. to R. Sumner, Sarchioto, Harrington, lannucci, Cutler, 'Cannello Trackery Third Row L. to R. Gitto, Bicktord, Wood, Hall, Doty. Fourth Row L, to R. Ed Danowski and lim Eaton A new thrill comes forth when the unpires cry, "Batters up and a flashy Fort Edward aggression takes the field attired in blue and white outtits. The coaches have high hopes of a good season as they enter their stability upon tour veterans who form the nucleus of the team May l May 8 May 10 May 17 . May 20 May 21 May 24 May 28 Baseball Schedule Glens Falls Glens Falls Granville Hudson Falls St. Mary's Hudson Falls Whitehall St. Mary's CP-wcryl CHomel tl-lomel tHomel fAwayl tAwayl tAwayl CAwayl I? BASKETBALL TEAM Beale, Vines, Conley, lannucci, Murphy, Morrill, Rabine, Carpenter, McCarty Date Dec. l Dec, l6 Dec. 21 Ian. 5 Ian. 12 Ian. 19 Ian. 20 lan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb, 16 Feb, 22 Feb. 23 March l March 2 Place Away Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Away Home Home Home Away Horne Away Mr. Beale Basketball Schedule Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Fort Edward Mount Pleasant Mont Plasant St. Mary's Glens Falls Whitehall Granville St. Mary's Mechanicville Hudson Falls Glens Falls Whitehall Waterford Mechanicville Granville Hudson Falls Waterford Opponents The season is over for basketball lans and the F. E. H. S. boys quite green and inexperienced, hang up their sneakers alter having emerged through a tough schedule on an equal basis with the opponent, The boys won 7 and lost. 8. jmck, FORT EDWARD TRACK TEAM Line up-High lump-Roods, Conley, Broad lump-Goman, Gre- goire, Senecal, Polevault-Doty, Relay-Barber, Durkin, Vines, Copeland, Gomang 100 and 220 -Copeland, Goman, Vines, Barber, Cardinaleg 400 and 220 Hurdles-Senecal, Barber, Durkin, Mile and Half-Mile-Gregoire, Dur- kin, McCarty, Shotput cmd Discus - Cooley, Conley, Roods, Sarchioto. TRACK Reid, Tasker, Goman, Maranville, Corkland. Second Row L. to R. Bruso, Wible, Barber, Weaver, Roods. Third Row L. to R. Gregoire, Aubrey, Senecal, McCarty, Mr. Eaton. First Row L. to R. 61.20. Jfwfw, First Row L. to R. Yasko, Robinson, Bowe, McCrea, Boissoneau. Second Row L. to R. Dobroski, Rourke, Galloway, Miss Taylor, Clarke, Smith. 0101.421 First Row L. to R. Hazelton, Simmons, Clark, Boisson- eau, Galloway. Second Row L. to R. Sarchioto, McCrea, Holt, Caputo Bruso, Sprague. Third Row L. to R. Miss Taylor. . i - can 1 . ,,, Jiffy First Row L. to R. Comisky, McCrea, Bowe, Smith, Stan- ley, Dobroski. Second Row L. to R. Yasko, Roberts, Miss Taylor, Rourke, Elder. -fy .Qs . 'Q ,, K A LCN' Ti' S . 5, .,. 37" ' K L. T , -1 - "' ,,. 1 3 ' ., k?f'?iz ' W 1 f W 5 'H' A ff ,, 55, , 1 7 r' H W fr- if "sq, I ' X f' -Jkrialf' W X, . ,ggi MY' ,4 ' 2-.', Sr. Fi, 4 . 1 . v j ' ".gQL-.g,r.- . .nw Y-..-x2'?I'Q'1x:,,gi 4, " A1 JC? ,vu 'fifie sfhf .-14. X, + B45 , , 'ff j-,. ,-Jtf 4 ,,.,.im:4 V N 1 -'f 6' A J JD, h V Q"4,f"f.1?' Px if pk H Hag, km .ns QW? cd EI Ramsay 7 ml w uf if 1 Nm 1 4 Q ,--1 fi . ' H W -D' Q2 Q97 1' 'N Q., ' ii we W""'k lg a Sie ad WQBM-4, July Pwoioio 71014, W Most Popular Girl ......... ...................... Most Popular Boy .......... Best Looking Girl .......... Best Looking Boy ....... Best Girl Athlete ......... Best Boy Athlete ........ Best Boy Dancer .,....... Best Girl Dancer ........ SENIORS Class Romeo ........... Class Iuliet ..,........... Class Comedian .......................... Best Student ............................................ Boy who did most for school ..................... Girl who has done most for school ......... Boy who has done most lor class ......... Girl who- has done most for class ..,...... Class Flirt ................................................ Boy most likely to succeed .........,... Girl most likely to succeed .................. Class Musician .......................................... Boy with most pleasing personality ................ Girl with most pleasing personality ................... IUNIORS Most Popular Girl ......... ...................... Most Popular Boy ........ .............. Best Looking Girl .......... Best Lookin Boy ,....... Best Girl Athlete ........ Best Boy Athlete ....... Best Girl Dancer ........ Best Boy Dancer ......... ...........Margaret Smith Iohn Ruotolo Catherine Roberts Reid Fanny Sarchioto Edward Fisher ......Iohn Carpenter Catherine Murphy ..........Ioseph Viele Maryrose Bowe Frank Savasta ...............l-lelen Etu ..........Andrew O'Keefe Margaret McCabe ....David Anderson Virginia Tillotson ............Agnes Doyle ..........Walter Doty Shirley Clark Caputo ..Clothier Maloney ..........Elizabeth Leonard ...Betty lane Bowe .......v......Iohn Vines ......Ieanette Clarke ..........Iames Hayes .....Bertha Comisky .......Robert Conley .............Rlaine Stanley ..........Iohn Ouatrocchi Class Romeo ........... ............ W illiam McCarty Class Iuliet .............. ............................. .......... V i olet Boissoneau Class Comedian ......... ........................................ .................. I o hn Durkin SOPHOMORES Most Popular Girl ......... ............................. ....... A n ita Boissoneau Most Popular Boy ......... ............. A lbert Beale Best Looking Girl .......... ......... B etty Pashby Best Looking Boy .......... ...,... S tephen Gitto Best Girl Athlete ....... ........ N orma McCrea Best Boy Athlete ........ ....... T om Sarchioto Best Girl Dancer ....... ........ B etty Trombley Best Boy Dancer ....... ..... R oland Sumner Class Romeo ........... ...... H oward Griffin Class Iuliet ............... ......................... ......... P a uline Douglass Class Comedian ......... ................................ .............. L e on Turner I-'RESHMEN Most Popular Girl ......... ......................... ........ C h arlotte Lewis Most Popular Boy ......... Best Looking Girl .......... Best Looking Boy ......... Best Girl Athlete .......... Best Boy Athlete .......... Best Girl Dancer ......,... Class Romeo .............. Class Comedian ........ ...........Louis Fisher ........Mary Kelleher .......Malcolm Tasker .............Rita Curtis ......William Morrill ........Patricia Miller .......,....Arthur Tietz .....Charles Ralston Gmmnucmom ',4I1,Q!x ,ww w I R MQ -., 44 11 f J bf M 3 ' 1 X' , f-srl ENIOR LISP'-mm f A M WASHINGTON Tw 'NX ., V 2 CLASS Qmca JLHJJKW f'--- MRL 'if -- ,:i' fT-5313" 4-1. 1 f 4 421 f Xf f 4' E JIZDROM WK X 51 ff X 5 M CLA55 Dumas ,INN X531 F M 1 1 52 s CARPY 0 N if if-5' IJ IJTO DV fb 'UN Cz. MAIQNC-Y THE BOOKSHELF QUOTES TO NOTE: Parnassus On Wheels ..,....... Magnificent Obsessionh, My Sister Eileen ,,,, ,.,,.,... Iohnn A leseed ,A,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y PP The lnquisitor .....,.,,,...........,..... With Malice Towards Some ........, Io Ann Tomboy .,......,......,.,,.,....,.. Huckleberry Finn.. .,..,,.......... ,. The Hoosier Schoolboy ....,..... Daddy Long Legs ......,......... The Yearling ......................... Understood Betsy ...................... All This and Heaven Too ,..w. The Lively Lady ........i..,...,..... The Happy Warrior ..,.4,.,. Vanity Fair.. , ...,,......,,.. Red Caps and Lillies. Raising Thunder .....,,.. Saddle and Bridle ........ Cow Country ,.,.,..,.....,...,......., . Lone Cowboys ....,..... ,................. . You Make Your Own Luck. Little Men ,,,.................,......... Alone ...,.. .,.,..,........,.., Three Sisters ..,..,......,....,, Blocking Back .................... Sewing Susie ............... Little Lord Fauntleroy ,,.....,.. Growth of a Man ............. Uncle Ton's Cabin ..,..... For Keeps ...,,....,.,....,... Penrod and Sam .,...... Winning Out ..... So Big ,,..,..,,........... , The Rivals .......,.....,..,...... Make Believe ,...,,,...,.....,.... Afraid of Women .,.............., The Gorgeous Hussy .......... Young Catherine ............... Fair As the Moon ......... That Man Is Mine ...... His Wife Edna .....,..,.,. . The vqiisy gi salem idisiifff Her Mountain Lover ........... ,.... Adventure With Women .,..... Ierry of the Islands .,......,..,.. I Would Be a Private ,.......... Let Me Die Tuesday ......... Bricks Without Straw ,..,...,,. Dumb Gods Speak ,.,,..,,.,. Halfway House .,,,,...,..... After a Man's Heart ...,...,.... The Amazing Interlude .....,. Dangerous Days., ....,..... .. Sleeping Child ...................... Truth to Tell ..,,.... ...................,. Hearken Unto That Voice .4,. This lsn't the End .,..........,.,.... I Write As I Please ,,......,,,....,. Lunacy Becomes Us ......,.,......,..,...,.... ., History of American Ioumalism .......... Pecos Bill ,.......,......,...,.....,...,....,...........,. Daddy Long Legs ,,.....,.....,..,. ...,...... Viele ..........Pauline and Arthur ..........,..Muriel Stickney ........Iohn Royallmins Pashby Galloway ........Margaret Sprague ...............,Irvin Ogden ...............Iohn Vines Reid .................,.....................,Freshmen . ......,......,,...,.........,...,. Betty Leonard .,,...,Pat Smythe with Betty Pashby .......,,......,....,..,..,...Roberta Stead ,. ,,...,,,...,,,.. David Anderson ...,...,..,,.Iunior Girls .,.,....,.Marnie Smith Boys ..,.,.......,..Bill Stickney ............,.Mason Ormsby , .,....,... Howard Carpenter ,........Future Businessmen Freshman Ouattrochi ..,P. Galloway, E. Mills, E, Stanley .Durkin Tillotson Becker Tedesco Mixey Rabine and Ieanette Clarke Conley and I. Vines Ruotolo Wible McCrea and V. Boisoneau Rourke and F. Aiken Aubrey Clarke Murphy Boissoneau Boisssoneau Aiken Hall Douglas Conley, I. Durkin I. Iannucci Savasta in double period Physics in study hall dunces .........Senior graduation hangout , .,......,.,,...,...,,,.,...... Our debutantes ..,......Between Violet's boyfriends Stacavich .......One who hasn't his homework Rabine the Iunior Class Editor .....,.,...School Ieeps .....,...,Tank O'Keefe .......,,...Albert Beale Danowski "Screwball"-Tom Sullivan Yes, but you're mind doesn't think that fast in a game" ....... .,....,,.... I ohn Vines No, the Physics marks aren't up yet, some of them may ev en be down" Mr. Barber 'What does those actions mean?" .,... ...........,.., , ,. ,. ., .,.. . Griffith "Hey, G1ggy!" ........,,......,................. I H "I don't know what's the matter with me ...,.... . No, they ll think we're crazy .....,.,......................,..,.. "We're afraid to go by the cemetery" ......... ..,.......,.... , . ........,,Pat Smythe ,..Iohn Durkin ,Bob Conley .,.,,,,.,The Pointers "I don't care. It's your demonstration, not mine" .,.,..., ,,..,.,,.. .... M r . Eaton "Now, when I was in High School, etc." ...........,..,,. .......,..,, Mr, Leonard "Holy Crow!" thave you ever seen onel .......................,.,..,.. ..,..... A ndy O'Keefe "That's the last time I'll ever flirt with him" South Glens Falls girl talking about a Fort Edward boy Oh, I havent ci goodnight saying" ..,.... 1 .,.............................,.,,,,... Helen Dobroski Maybe I can make a player out of you ' .,............. .............,.,,.,..,..,......... M r. Beale Quiet, girls, or Art won't be able to hit the ball" ........ ....,..., P auline Douglas "Oh, go on!" .............,.......,..................,,..........,,.............,,..,, ,.,. .....,.. . ..... I a ne Smith "Are there only three boys in that Iunior Class?" ......... .,,..,. . ,Mr. Danowski "Conley, you are a nighthawk!" .......,.,..,....,.,,...,........... ....,..,.,.......... M iss Cain "Now don't rush on the stairs" ,.... , ,,,.,..,,.,,..,.,......,....... .........,., Be tty lane Bowe Pull him out, he can't play ball" .........,.Sideline Coaches NICKNAMES Spike"-Frank Savasta Gauk"-Ierry I. Iannucci Mixey"-Harold Rabine Deacon"-Iohn Vines "Dannamorra"-Iohn Durkin "Knobby"-Bob Conley Huckle"-Edward Falkenbury Romeo"-Art Tietz "Itch"-Albert Beale "Pawderiski"-Calvin Tillotson "Si"-Bill Stacavich I "Quack"-Iack Ouackenbush Marney"-Margaret Smith "Daisey"-Ralph Merrill "Pimp"-Elaine Stanley "Colonel"-Bill McCarty "Peg1eg"-Peggy Rourke Porky"-Bob Rourke "Snozzle"--Iane Smith "Blondie"-Betty Pashby "Frenchie'I-Violet Boussoneau Lard -Bill Whalen Effie Mae"-Ianet Holmes Penny"-Anita Boissoneau Blackie"-Tony Cardinale Fishhook"-lane Elder Stinkey"-Iames Hayes Pickle"--I-'rank Dill Whitey"-Bill Morrill Sarge"-Tom Harrington Une"-Francis Murray Peanut"-loseph Iones Aggie"-Agnes Doyle Iinx"-Iohn Ouattrocchi ur s-fu N- 5 ,J 6, 6 HISTORY OF FORT EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL L White School House- the first Union School in Washington County Built in 1832-Discarded 1848 First High School Building Powers School-Formerly High School Building New High School Building Dr. Banker - School Physicicm I 1 SUCCESS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1940 BOARD OF EDUCATION UNION FREE SCHOOL, DISTRICT No. 1 FORT EDWARD, NEW YORK IOSEPI-I W. DEL SIGNORE, President ALBERT A. VIELE, IR., Vice President FRED I. MCCORMICK RICHARD F. MURRAY W. AYLWARD BOWE ROBERT S. RUSSELL WILLIAM I. BISHOP WILLIAM I. LA CLAIRE, IR. FRANCIS M. TERRY FRANK D. SI-IEEI-IAN, Insurance Broker of Records ROSS K. BARBER, Treasurer FRANCIS I. TIERNEY, Clerk Compliments of MORIARTY'S PHARMACY HUDSON FALLS Compliments of HABER'S DEPARTMENT STORE HUDSON FALLS, NEW YORK Dial 4-5388 MERKEL 6 GELMAN GLENS FALLS The Store of Cheerful Service Everything Depends On Your Feet WALK OVER GLENS FALLS Caters to Your Every Need 13 Warren Street LEWIS I. YOUNG Plumbing and Heating Tel. 5-5927 Compliments of HATHAWAY HOTEL FORT EDWARD Wm, Carr Flowers for All Occasions GARDEN GATE Flower Shop HUDSON FALLS Compliments of L. R. RUSSELL Dress Shop Hudson Falls New York COMPLIMENTS OF THE IOHN R. DURKEE HOSE COMPANY IOHN I. DITTMAN Plumbing and Heating FHA Finance Plan M 3 Years 31 BALDWIN AVE. Tel. 5-5236 Compliments of to Pay BRADY'S BEAUTY SALON 141 BROADWAY Compliments of F AIRHOLME DAIRY Harry Wicks Compliments of LININDOLL'S RESTAURANT BROADWAY Tel' 54430 Pom EDWARD Lillian Brady, Prop. COMPLIMENTS OF STEVE'S BARBER SHOP Broadway Fort Edward COMPLIMENTS OF GEORGE SATTERLEE HOSE COMPANY WILLIAM G. DONNELL Established 1879 The Rexall Store FORT EDWARD HITCHCOCK 6. GRANGER Service Station BROADWAY FORT EDWARD I. BRUSO 6. SON Storage Repairing Corner of LIBERTY and BROADWAY FORT EDWARD Phone 5-4014 Compliments of CHARLES E. WOODCOCK Prescription Pharmacy 157 BROADWAY FORT EDWARD Compliments of I I M H A A S Wood Yard Phone 5-4712 DORIS BUTLER THOMAS Beauty Salon 224 BROADWAY FORT EDWARD Phone 5-5445 Compliments of SHEA and O'BRIEN Grill Compliments of KELLEHER DAIRY F. Kelleher Manager COMPLIMEN TS STAFFORD AND REGAN Funeral Directors Telephone 5-5319 19 East Street Birdseye Produds G. C. BEVERLY R. P. SAVAGE Ieweler Phone 5-5311 BROADWAY FORT EDWARD 154 BROADWAY FORT EDWARD To Your Success FORT EDWARD MURRP-Y'S 1.. H. HILLMAN Gnoczmr srons D"i'Y Express 8 WING STREET Wing Street Dial 5-4418 FORT EDWARD Compliments , of NEWTON and HILL Electrical Appliances Broadway Fort Edward Compliments of N. Y. A. WILLIAM KING District No. 1 Compliments of TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION Compliments ot FRED I. BETTS . L A School of Higher Business Education Albany Business College Washington Ave. Albany, N. Y Best Wishes and Success Compliments to the Seniors of WALTER E. WALKER Commander CAPUTO'S GARAGE , l American Legion Post No. 1138 De Soto Plymouth Diamond T Trucks Compliments ot D101 54035 Fonr EDWARD MI1.LS Iohn P, Hager Upper Broadway Fort Edward 76 BROADWAY Greetings from The Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Iohn P. Burke Paper Mill Workers IOHN P. BURKE. President-Secretary D. D. BRUCE Dial 5-5830 Tydol Products Firestone Tires on the Budget Plan WASHING Po1.1sHmG 35 East Street Acknowledge Your Graduation Gilts With Photographs STONE'S STUDIOS Fort Edwqfd Hudson Falls Fort Edward Dial 4-5032 5-4923 Murco Chemical Co. Agent compumems ot Compliments of BUD DOTY E. D. MCDOUGALL Compliments of ARCHIE GINGRASS Compliments of TOM MURPHY Compliments of Compliments of HERB DOTY AL BOWE C0mPlimenlS Of Compliments of BAKER'S PHARMACY IDEAL SHOPPE Compliments of MILLER'S 5c to 51.00 Department BROADWAY FORT EDWARD Compliments of YORKLAND FARMS Store FORT EDWARD GLENS FALLS Broadway Glen Street Best Wishes Compliments of IAMES MORRISON Garage UPPER BROADWAY FORT E HANDEE RESTAURANT Compliments of SANITARY BARBER S Angelo Bert FORT EDWARD BROADWAY FORT EDWARD DWARD Success HOP C. F. NEWELL Ieweler BROADWAY FORT EDWARD Compliments of MCCREA HOTEL Thomas Cummings Compliments of IOHN BRADY'S Barber Shop EAST STREET FORT EDWARD Compliments oi ADIRONDACK DISTRIBUTING CO. 45 Mohican St. Glens Falls Dial 2-4725 FORT EDWARD COAL CO. Cone Cleaned D. 6: H. - Lackawanna Anthracite Coal and Hudson Valley Coke Sales and Service Tel. 5-4617 Fort Edward ADIRONDACK BUSINESS SCHOOL Rogers Building Glens Falls New York Offers an Intensive Course for High School Graduates spa-Gigi Rates for Summer Course Forenoons Only Wm. B. Curtis Serving New and Old Customers Thirty-two Years Distinctive Printers Wedding Announcements Engraved Stationery THE BULLARD PRESS Wm. E. Van Tassel Prop. Phone 2-4424 20 Maple Street Glens Falls 3 Compliments of D. W. PERKINS WASHINGTON STREET FORT EDWARD, N. Y. FRED A. DAVIS Compliments of I AMES DUGAN Compliments of ROLAND FORGET Compliments ol VOGUE DRESS SHOP Compliments of GRI'I'MAN'S Compliments of G. DELIGAN Compliments of SAM LAPRESTI Compliments of WILLIAM A. MALIN Success FRANK DANAHY Contractor Compliments of FROST DEPARTMENT STORE D. QS H. Anthracite Stokers Gilbarco Oil Bumers Enjoy Automatic Heat BRONK COAL 6. LUMBER CO. Phone 4-4136 HUDSON FALLS, N. Y. Always Something Good to Eat and Drink EL-RO-DO STONE BAR H. LaBarge, Prop. HUDSON FALLS Dairyman's League JOHN COON Mcmciger WING STREET FORT EDWARD . Compliments of I. L. WATKINS 5: SON HUDSON FALLS Best Wishes from GERALD A. LEWIS Filling Station UPPER BROADWAY FORT EDWARD PETER SAVASTA Radio Repairing 6 MCKIE STREET FORT EDWARD Compliments of KANSAS COFFEE SHOP State Theater GLENS FALLS Eyes Examined Hours 9 A. M. - 6 P. M. Saturdays 9 A. M. - 9 P. M. Prescriptions Filled EDMOND W. COWIE Optometrist 27 WARREN STREET Telephone Z-3304 GLENS FALLS Compliments of MORANO'S TAILORING Compliments of MAE'S BEAUTY SHOP Compliments of BRADLEY THEATRE FORT EDWARD Let Your Future Education Insure Progress Plan Now to Fit Yourself for a place in Modern Business Secretarial Accounting Courses Special Courses for Special Needs Stenotypy The Machine Method of Shorthand EASTMAN SARATOGA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Saratoga National Bank 368 Broadway Saratoga Springs Attend TROY BUSINESS COLLEGE Trains You - - - - - - Places You Send for Full Details HEIL'S SHOE STORE We Carry a Complete Line of Men's Women's and Children's Shoes We Please to Fit and Fit to Please 174 MAIN STREET HUDSON FALLS HAYWARD 6. SINGLETON Funeral Directors 5 WASHINGTON STREET FORT EDWARD YOU SEND YOUR CHILDREN TO SCHOOL ARE YOU SCHOOLING THEM IN ECONOMY? This Bank Is a School of Thrift Your boy or girl can have a bank account here. One Dollar will open it for them. Book knowledge is important- we could hardly get along without it. But Dollar Knowledge is important also. Observe the many who never saved, how are they getting along. Let's get your children's bank ac- counts under way. THE FORT EDWARD NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit lnsur. Corp. What Makes a Senior Seen? The answer is Good Clothes Sport Coat 59.95 Gabardine Slacks 4.95 Summer Oxfords 3.95 LOUGHLIN CLOTHING CO. Smart Styles for Young Men FORT EDWARD E. I. BLACKALL Stationer BROADWAY FORT EDWARD HY GRADE MARKET Vegetables, Meats and Groceries 187 BROADWAY Phone 5-5921 I. H. Snyder, Mgr. Compliments or STANDARAD OIL COMPANY Socony Vacuum Oil C, L. Battershall Auto. Fire. Accident and Health Insurance We Write Every Line of Insurance Written May We Take Care of Your Insurance FRANK D. SHEEHAN 16 HARRISON STREET FORT EDWARD Congratulations to the Seniors ROBERT W. BASCOM Mgr. Real Estate For Sale or Rent Compliments of ART'S and AL'S Compliments RESTAURANT of BROADWAY FORT EDWARD DEFIANCE CORP. l Compliments and CENTER STREET Best Wishes I. W, Bullen for the 1940 Year Book IOSEPH W. DEL SIGNORE 141 1 I 1 1 I . 1 1 . . 1Z1,.l4i?'21fi? . WH 1 1 5 Prrlfks -1 .Y1... 1 yur ,WH L 5' 1' 1-.'fny'! 1... .1,. !111'2A,.:.2 1, 5. ,1 ,V if . 'L-71.52 1 11:4 5-.-1155211 . 1 aj -21 -1 ?1'j QQ M219 ,U if. ,1, -,, 5,25 H"'E3,, - . ,- :J . .6115 - 1 . 111, 11 1 i.-' 1 if 1 111 , . Q1 1.1 , iw ,-1 . V 1 35.3 . ...,L. A--. 1-14 .gr,,7.. E Tiff' 1 i Xfgw .11 V 711. 1-1, --1 1,51 -- 1 .11-ug 1 'I ' . A . D " ww . 45 l ' rl. 1 N Z J 1 . ' 1 1 . .1 . . 51' W 1 VHXHAE . ipl ' g ,-1' ir. .. ,hut ,ALL ' 'cg is 2 1 --if':g.3Z, ' -'1 IJ1 ' 1. ff ,L -' ,. ,-'ax ' ' g, .1 ff'-EJ' ' A rf I ,ist N1 .' F Y' FJ' 'i " U: -1111 ig ' ! 15, ,115 5 .-:I LM 1 1 ,.,. 111- ' 'JL 'J' : -Y u ,E-R. .Up I , , 15334 1: ,. .-, 456 -11' 1 1 ,IA 1 AUTCDGRAPHS 60 AUTOGRAPHS A 4'-1 'i-f. 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