Fosdick Masten Park High School - Chronicle Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)
- Class of 1936
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FOSDICK-MASTEN PARK I-IIGI-I SCHOOL
BUFFALO, NEW YORK
TABLE OF CONTENTS
To Drusilla Sfengel and Car-
roll E. Geiger in recognilion
of +l1eir splendid work in fos-
lering m u s i c appreciafion
and developing +l'1e musical
+alen+ in Fosdick-Mas+en, we,
l'l'1e Class of I936, do dedi-
ca're 'rhis volume.
NIGHT AND DAY AT FOSDICK-MASTEN
I. Chemislry Lab-Miss Elhel Swannie dem-
onslrafing fo Sarah Slrauss
2. Boolc Room-Miss Frances Feuerbaclw
3. Miss Alice Eiss
4. Olilice-Miss Gladys Smilh and Miss Mar-
5. CHRONICLE Advisers-Mr. Lyle Brunner
and Miss Dorolhy Dinsmore
6. Miss Agnes Foley
7. Consullalion-Miss Henriella Slraub, Miss
Julia Cowles, and Miss Bessie Dullweiler
8. Miss Julia O'Meara inslrucling Lucille
9. Mrs. Jean Fraser and Miss Jane Reed
IO. New Teachers-Miss Eleanor Viclrery, Miss
Helen Olson, and Miss Mildred Lee
II. Mrs. Gerlrucle Byrens
l2. Mr. Herman Elson leaching Sam Flanel
I3. Luncheon-Miss Julia O'Meara, Miss Ade-
laide Roberlson, Miss Rulh Consaul, and
Miss Mary Neal
I4. Miss Drusilla Slengel
l5. Miss Lillian Melz
lb. Mr. Carroll Geiger direcling llwe orcheslra
I7. Mr. Howard Smillw
Our Fulure Slenogra phers
Miss Clara McCabe demonslraling lhe
Operafion of an Adding Machine
Miss Doro+hy Dinsmore conducling an
Secfion of fhe School Orchesfra
Slring Seclion of lhe School Orcheslra
Perfecf Confenlmenll A Tesl on fhe Back
Slrilce up fhe Band!
Boys' Gym Class-Wresfling
Anolher Typing Class
Using lhe Dicfaphone
Girls' Gym Class
Arfisls al Work
"WINTRY BOUGHS AGAINST A WINTRY SKY"
Nofe: All idenfificafions read from leff fo righf. To idenfify The Senior picfures
read from leff fo righf:
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To the Class of l936
A favorife expression of some years ago was "The
voice wifh fhe smile wins". This sfafemenf of fhe value
of cheerfulness and good nafure-in fhe fones of fhe
spoken word and in fhe fhoughf behind fhe words-has
special significance for young people who have before
fhem a life which fhey can make kindly, useful and suc-
cessful if fhey will. So, wifh all fhe ofher good wishes
for healfh, happiness and real success which l sincerely
hope may come fo every member of fhis graduafing
class, l frusf fhaf you will have fhaf poise of mind fo
enable you fo rise above disappoinfmenfs, iealousies, or
g crificisms and fo preserve a kindness of word and deed
and a cheerfulness of spirif which nofhing can conquer.
C. BROOKS HERSEY.
C. Brooks Hersey,
To the Class of l936
While we live in fhe presenf, we confinually plan for , V
fhe fufure. This year of I936 wifnesses our nafion
emerging from a long confinued economic depression
which has affecfed every phase of ifs exisfence. In fhis
awakened acfivify fhere are very posifive signs fhaf youfh
will be needed fo acquire fhe fechniques and skills of
an advancing indusfry.
Perhaps your class has been forfunafe fo have been in
school during years when many high school graduafes
have been faced wifh fhe seeming uselessness of an
educafion. l frusf fhaf fhis will nof be your experience, '
buf fhaf you may go ouf from our school eifher fo con- l
finue fhe educafion which you have so well begun or fo l
find a place in fhe world of frade and indusfry which
will amply reward you for your services.
Garneff F. Roberfs, B.S.
Furfher, may fhe culfural value of your educafion be
as fundamenfal fo you as ifs ufilify value and may you combine fhe fwo in such a
way fhaf will make leisure a reward for accepfance of responsibilify rafher fhan
freedom from if.
G. F. ROBERTS.
A genile breeze frips fhru 'rhe leaves of 'I'he free-laden earfhg
The lulling hymn of morning noises greefs +he rising sun:
The rays serene, +hey venf 'lheir spleen upon fhe somber dark of nighi:
A world of quief, now awake.
A rusfle, 'lhen a siir is felf,
The Clickefy-Clump of heel and foe, low murmurs of expecfanf voices,
The movemeni' spreads un+il all aboui' is sound!
A void of empiiness becomes alive wifhin.
Whife marble is all-embracing.
The shriek of 'roriured meial pierces everywhere:
Tenacious iumulf assumes command once more,
Time passes, and fhe realm of +hough+ is renf by hubbub, clash, clamor!
Where silence reigned, bedlam holds sway!
Then quief ..... af infervals, fhe piercing shriek,
Once more +he rusfle, now, +oo, ihe sfir.
The seas of knowledge cease fo flow,
The Cliclrefy-Clump of heel and foe.
And all is sfill.
A genfle breeze frips ihru +he leaves of ihe free-laden earfhg
The lulling hymn of evening noises is soff blended music:
The void wi'rhin whi+e marbled walls conceals a bea+ing hearfg
This hear+ 'l'ha1' bears, +his hearf +ha+ lives, This hear? fhaf draws me back.
Anoiher day, is if nor io be?
GILBERT R. BASS
YEARS WITHOUT END
A VALEDICTORY FOR THE CLASS OF I936
A valedicfory is a farewell. To us, fhe graduafing class of l936, if means nof
only a farewell 'lo our school, our feachers, and our friends, buf a farewell fo a life
fhaf we shall never know again.
On cerfain imporfanf days in fhe lives of all of us, fhere comes a fime when we
are forced fo meef ourselves, face our accomplishmenfs and failures squarely, and
look af fhe fufure unafraid. This Class Day marks fhaf day for us and fhis valedicfory,
which bids goodby fo fhe pasf, musf herald fhe coming of fhe new as well.
Four years ago we enfered fhis school as boys and girls: now we are ready fo
leave if as men and women. The responsibilify of earning a living resfs upon our
shoulders. To a large exfenf, fhese 'Four years have moulded our characfers and our
lives. Whaf we are fo be depends upon whaf we have gained here.
For some of us, fhis marks fhe conclusion of our formal educafion. For ofhers,
if marks an impressive milesfone on a iourney fhaf will include more years of school
work. Buf all of us owe fo Fosdick a deep debf of grafifude for fhe imporfanf parf
if has played in our lives. lf is here, in fhis school, fhaf we have gained fhe equip-
menf wifh which fo carry on.
Buf fine as are fhe fools we are equipped wifh, if nof used and applied, fhe
significance of fhe mere winning of fhem is losf. We, fhe class of I936, foday are
faced wifh fhis vifal quesfion. Whaf kind of men and women do we wish fo meef
fhirfy years from now? Some of us shall see ourselves as calm philosophers, who
have found joy in serenify and whose quief eyes reveal fhaf we have escaped fhe
foil of a feverish career. Joy, aside from ambifion and gain! Buf mosf of us shall
meef-old men and women, sfill acfive, alerf, sfrained, exulfing in our few accom-
plishmenfs ancl ever wishing fhaf we mighf have done more. By fhinking of whom
we wanf fo see when we meef ourselves, we defermine whefher we wish fo fravel fasf
or slowly. Those of us who fravel fasf-our life shall be invigorafing and acfive. We
will gain fhe fhrill of accomplishmenf, or fhe equally sfrengfhening clisappoinfmenf
of failure. Those of us who fravel slowly-for us fhe zesf of life will be less keen,
buf fhe joy of living will be greafer.
Buf no maffer how we fravel, whefher life be 'lense or calm, because of fhe
influence of our school fo whom we pay 'lribufe foday, fhere are some fhings fhe
faces of all of us will show. Because of our school, our feachers, and our friends,
we musf show undersfanding, sympafhy, and a vifal inferesf in ofher men of all
nafions and creeds. We will show characfer, fhe price of which, like fhaf of
liberfy, is unceasing vigilence.
Soon we meef for fhe lasf fime as fhe Class of I936. Thaf June graduafion day
is no'l' far disfanf. And when we walk down fhe aisle wifh our diplomas fighfly clenched
in our hands, we realize fhaf fhey do nof mean 'lhaf we have graduafed from high
school alone: 'lhey mean fhaf we have affained fhe years, fhe knowledge, and fhe
ambifion fo enfer fhe fireless world abouf us, fhe world whose desfiny we shall help
And on fhis Class Day fhere is one phrase l fhink we should recall fo mincl.
For four years we have enfered fhis assembly and in one of our besf known
songs have sung fhis phrase: "And pledge our devofion, fhrough years wifhouf end."
And in fhaf single line is fhe whole significance of fhis valedicfory. For years wifhouf
end fhe knowledge we have gained af Masfen and fhe associafions formed and fhe
experiences accomplished, shall form a precious gem in fhe crown of a golden
And in fhaf sense, fhere is no acfual good-by, for Masfen goes wifh us. Masfen
and all fhaf if means lives in our lives for years wifhouf end. And cerfainly, our
memory will linger in fhe halls and in fhe common herifage of our school. So in
going fhe devious ways life holds before us, we fake Fosdick wifh us, and par'l' of
us remains wifh if.
K 'T 'fs
EILEEN TESSMANN ,ff :Rvws WUNDERRK-C
Secre+ary ,ML Treasurer
GILBERT BASS HOWARD BEER
ALBERT BOOKBINDER EDWARD GESE
Chief Marshall Assis+an+ Marshall
ISABELLE M. AHERN HARRY ALPER
Alpha Kappa Office Monifor
Home Economics Club
CHARLES ANDREW ROBERT C. ARBER
LEROY A ARCH MARJORY BAILEY
Office Monifor Chorus
Honor Roll Alpha lola Chi
ROBERT M. BAER
EVELYN M. BAMBERG JEAN M. BARTH
Orchesfra Bela Sigma
L- X' JOHN R. BARNARD
J ill . Foofball
l I Science Club
fi Honor Roll
ff Rifle Club
6 RICHARD W. BARTSCH RUTH M. BASTIAN
Cheer Leader Chorus
Pi Kappa Lambda -H4 11 4 .,
Dramafics n '15 .V 'Y
' B seball Manager v"""4!g:af!f ,
cience Club 'j V14 - ,
GILBERT R. BASS
HOWARD M. BECKER GERALDINE BEHM
Alpha lofa Chi
All-High Oraforical Winner
3 Hill Topics
My Delia Gamma Lambda
ARLINE INEZ BEIER RUTH E. BENZ
Humane Posfer Prize
EARL C. BERGENDAHL FLORENCE BlLlTZKl
Dramafics Horseback Riding
LEO F. BERNBECK
".- J Baseball
ELLEN BILLINGS DOROTHY E. BLOCK
Afhlefics Honor Roll
SfarRoll CDO-ff ,Hawk
RUTH L. BINGEMAN 6
Siar Roll '
"Knave of Hear1s"
RUTH A. BLUFF ALBERT BOOKBINDER
ROBERT C. BOEKMAN
Boys' Liferary Sociely
GEORGE W. BRAWN ALBERT BROWNSTEIN
ROBERT L. BRENNAN
HILA M. BUELL JAMES P. BUTLER
Special Chorus Swimming
Chronicle "Big Broadcas+"
Humane Posler Prize
GEORGE CAFARELL MARY B. CASPER
Hockey Honor Roll
LESTER F. CHRETIEN ANITA F. CLARK
Sigma Gamma Phi
MARTHA M. CIESIELSKA
JOSEPH COHEN IDA H. COOPER
RITA J. COOPER JOHN T. COTTER
MARION L. COLE
RITA B. DANIELS
HARRY F. CZUPRYNSKI
CHARLES C. DAUCHER
DOROTHY R. DEERING
Barli Home Economics Club
FLORENCE L. DAVIS
93 If fs Band
,J 1.4, ' Orchesfra
'CQ' Sfar Roll
, Lf ' Library Monilor
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PHYLLIS H. DIENER
"Misllefoe and Hollyberry"
RUTH M. DOBMEIER
PEARL F. DITTMAR
MARJORIE C. DOHERTY EMILY C. DOMMER .
Horsebaclc Riding Honor Roll
"Mikado" Special Chorus
Tennis Glee Club
-I ICHARLES DRAMAN FRANCES DRUCKEMILLER
Office Monilor Afhlefics
BYRON W. DROSENDAHL
'LAURETTA M. DUNCAN CATHERINE C. EBERT
" "All ai' Sea"
"Rip Van 'Winlrle"
MATTIE E. ECHOLS
HILDA H. EPSTEIN
BERNICE L. ERMONIS
Freshman-Sophomore Debales Afhlefics
RU BY FEARS
EMMA M FELMET GERALDINE FISHER
Afhlehcs Hill Topics -A
HAROLD E FINKBEINER
JANE A. FLICKINGER
Honor Roll f
ADOLPH G FREIHEIT JACK FRIES
Sigma Thef i
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ROBERT B. FRANKLIN
MARION R FOX F
Horsebaclr Riding 02
Library MODIIOF Eclebfa Lilerary Sociely
DOROTHY FRYERS EDITH A. GATES
Sfar Roll Freshman-Sophomore Debafes
Chronicle "Big Broaden?"
BETTY sAsseR ,ff -
Home Economics Club UAV7 Jill-ffl
Bug Broadcas+" , 'Q ,J
EUGENE E GATH IRMA A. GEIGLE
Gof Glee Club
Rifle Club Spring Feslival
FRANKLIN S GEBLEIN
EVELYN GEORGE PHYLLIS L. GESSNER
EDWARD C GESE
VITO A GIALLELLA CHARLES L. GONSER
Library Monitor Dramalics
Libra ry Momfor
LAWRENCE P. GOLDBERG Q
Clwemlsfry Club N
ELEANOR E. GOTTHART DOROTHY MAE GRANTHAM
Sigma Thefa Pi
SHELDON GREENBER6 DAVID GREENFIELD
WILLAH B. GREENE
ROBERT C. HAENSZEL JACK HANNAH
Cross Couniry Baslseiball
LORAINE M. HAMMER
EVELYN J. HANSON LUCILLE A. HECTOR
Honor Roll Chronicle
Public Speaking Aihlelics
SHIRLEY R. HELPER
A+hlefics Honor Roll
Horseback Riding Chronicle
Chorus Posier Prize
ALBERT W. HETTINGER GENEVIEVE M. HILLER
Chorus Sigma Thela Pi
ELEANORE E. HILDENBRAND
WARREN E. HINES CATHERINE B. HOELSCHER
LAWRENCE L. HOCK
Delia Gamma Lambda
MILDRED HOFFMAN SARAH M. HOFFMAN
BETTY M. HOFSTADTER
GLADYS E. HOLTON
"AII ai Sea"
Home Economics Club
LORAINE C. HOLLFELDER
THEODORE W. HOYLER
Sfar Roll Sigma Gamma Phi
Honor Roll Band
EDWIN P. HOYLER
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Sigma Thefa Pi
JOHN W. HUEBSCH
MIRIAM R. JAcoss Donori-iv M. JAEGER
Baskefball I, , ,
HAROLD JAECKLE ' jg I
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LUCILLE P. JAMES MARY J. JENKINS
MICHAEL J. JANORA
GRACE C. JENSEN JOSEPH J. JEZUWIT
Bela Phi Gamma Traclr
CAROLYN T. JERRIS
LOUISE JONES ELEANOR I. KAMINSKI
REGINA S. KACZMAREK
DOROTHY E. KARKAU ELFRIEDA G. KARUTH
IDA C. KARNOFSKY
DOROTHY E. KATES CHESTER R. KLOESZ
Hill Topics Slar Roll
Junior Vice-Presidenl' OFlice Monifor
Beale "Big Broadc-ssl"
Senior Vice-Presidenl Glee Club 1
DORIS M. KIDDER . mlm f-.'1-A-VN
Home Economcs Club
MILDRED C. KLOPF CHARLES G. KNOPF
Slar Roll Office Monilor
Keilh Willoughby Conlesl
ALMA R. KLUMPP
Marl: Twain Conlesl
RODERIC C. KOCH JACK H. KOLB
EMILY G. KOEHLER
"AII al Sea"
GLENN R. KOLBE IRENE T. KREMPA
ALFREDA J. KRESSE MARIAN M. KROECKER
Slar Roll Honor Roll
Dramalics Slar Roll
'J ROBERT KRIEGER
jf Hockey Manager
J l Foolball
IRENE E. KUBERA ZOLMAN KUTCHEI
GEORGE W. KUHN
Sigma Gamma Phi
LORRAINE V, LaLONGE ISADORE LANDER
HILDA E. LAMM
JAMES LAUGHLIN BLANCHE M. LE GRO
A ll Q LOUIS LAZAR
'i, f chemashy Club
ALICE M. LEHMAN RUTH E. LENHARDT
VIVIAN LEPP IRENE A. LIPSKA
KENNETH T. LILGA
HELEN LOCKER GERTRUDE M. LUSIAK
SYBIL R. LUX CONSTANCE F. McCLENTIC
ELEANOR K. McCARRON
FRANCES T. MACKOWIAK ERMA S. MADAY
HENRY A. MCNEAL
LEONA N. MARKOWSKA KATHERINE R. MAUTE
Aihlelics Sigma Theia Pi
Honor Roll Glee Club
BETTE B. MAUL
Alpha lo'ra Chi
ARTHUR F. MAZIKOWSKI ELIZABETH J. MEADOWS
Office Monifor Glee Club
Tau Alpha Zefo Baskeiball
Afhlelics 1 IX
RAYMOND A. MAZUR .' "
Chemislry Club .I .
ROBERT A. MEEK EDWARD D. MEYER
Track Oflice Moni+or
JEANETTE L. M ETZGER
ROBERT J. MEYER FLORENCE MICHALSKI
"AlI al Sea"
ANN J. MICHALAKES
ARNOLD A. MILLER CHARLOTTE MOLS
Rifle Club Afhlefics
Home Economics Club
"AII al Sea"
JAMES G. MILLER
BETTY ANN MOORE IRENE MURPHY
Honor Roll Chorus
ROBERT E. MURPHY SOPHIE NADOLSKA
ALICE J. NEEDHAM HERBERT J. NEWMAN
Sigma Thela Pi Pi Kappa Lambda
Horseback Riding Public Speaking
"Mislle'I'oe and Hollyberry
"The Golden Legend"
JACK NEWHOUSE DOROTHY NYMAN
HELEN M. NICHOLS
ADELAIDE E. ORZULAK HELEN W. OSTROWSKI
Mu Phi Gamma
HAROLD F. H. OSTER
DOROTHY E. OTTERMAN HAZEL H. PAEPKE
Alpha lola Chi Honor Roll
RUTH M. PACHE
FRANK S. PATTI EUGENE C. PALMER
RAYMOND F. PASIERBOWICZ
ELIZABETH PATTERSON VIRGINIA E. PFEIFFER
A+hIe+ics Honor Roll
NORMA I. PENNER
Home Economics Club
JOHN E. PICKOP ALFREDA PLAWINSKA
ELSIE L. PITZL
Gamma Mu Kappa
ADRIAN J. PLESKOW WALTER POLIKOLSKY
Cheer Leader Debafe
Office Moniior Public Speaking
MARTHA R. POLIZZE RITA RAMSTEIN
A+hIeIics Alpha Iofa Chi
NICHOLAS R. PRIORE
RICHARD L. RAUSCH MARY REINER
Delta Gamma Lambda
MARY A. REISS ROGER J. RIES
Honor RoII Rifie Club
DONALD C. RICE
RUTH L. ROBERTS CATHERINE M. ROBISON
BENJAMIN A. ROBINSON
EDWARD G. ROBNETT CHARLES D. ROSS
Sfage Crew Baslcefball
NORMA B. ROGERS
"AII af Sea"
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BELLA ROZANSKY EVNELYN A. SAHLEN
LOIS J. RUTSTEIN
BETTY SAUER GRACE SCHENAUER
FRANCES M. SCARPACE
MARY A. SCHIMPF MARCELLE SCHLOSSER
HELEN E. SCHLOSSER
GEORGE W. SCHMIDT DOROTHY F. SCHOCK
Tracl: Honor Roll
EDNA M. SCHMITT
ETHEL C. SCHOLLER CHARLES SCHUBAUER
Alpha lola Chi Honor Roll
CHARLOTTE W. SCHOTT
REBECCA SCHULMAN RUBY G. SCHULTZ
Hill Topics Honor Roll
Honor Roll Sfar Roll
NORMA SCHUNK DORIS SCHWARTZ
DORIS M. SCHURR
FRANCES D. SCIBETTA BERNICE J. SEGGEL
RUTH M. SEITZ BERNICE L. SHAPIRO
CLYDE W. SHOEMAKER GILBERTINE A. SIEDLER
Spring Fesfival "
ALICE T. SIEWIERSKA HANNA SITCOV
Chorus Public Spealring
"AII af Sea"
JOSEPH P. SIMINI
CASIMIR SLASKI BEVERLEY M. SMITH
Glee Club Sigma Thefa Pi
Siar Roll Baskefball
HYMAN H. SLUTSKY
FRED SMITH RITA B. SMITH
PETER A. SMITH
THOMAS L. SMITH BESSIE SNYDER
Pi Kappa Lambda Dramafics
GLADYS SOBEL EDABELLE STATLAND
Dramaiics Honor Roll
RITA N. STOBNICKA
W Orchesfra "Alll-'ai Sea"
..-I-3 .,K 1 .
' - aswinv J. STELMACH
y S'I'ar Roll .
f 1- 'Z,f Honor Roll
Q Debaie j!Jx
RUTH L. STOESSER LEO SUSMAN
, ELSIE E. STUHLMILLER
f Gamma Mu Kappa
QAN, Honor Roll
FLORENCE SWITEK DOROTHY O. TENCH
HARRIETT M. SZEN
EILEEN R. TESSMANN FLORENCE M. A. THOMSON
Alpha lofa Chi
4'-Ak I s.:-F-2-fbi I
KATHLYN M. TH I ELSON
EDWARD R. THURN ELMER TOBER
Freshman-Sophomore De bales
9 FRANCES C. TRAMPERT JASON L. ULLMAN
S Chronicle ' Glee Club
mb BeHer Homes Posfer Prize Siage Crew
g Humane Posier Prize Library Moniior
' DORA TROTSKY
MARIAN R. ULRICK GEORGE W. VAN DERVEN
Mark Twain Coniesf Chronicle
VlVlAN A. UMANSKY
RICHARD VAN DE WORP JEANNETTE VOELKLE
Orcheslra Junior Secrefary
Office Monilor Gamma Mu Kappa
LEONARD J. VIZZI
GLADYS WAGNER GERTRUDE WARDA
ELLA C. WALTER
MARGARET E. WASHKINS DOROTHY M. WEBE
Honor Roll W
NORMA B. WEBER FLORENCE L. WECKERLY
BETTY C. WEBSTER
LOUIS WEILL IRVING !. WEXLER
Honor Roll Swimming I
"Wild Nell of 'ills Plains" Baskefball
DORIS M. WEISHAUPT 1
DONALD G. WHITE ARNELLA WILSON
Home Economics Club
MARTIN A. WICK
C. LAWRENCE WILSON IRENE J. WINKOWSISA 1 '
Swimming A+I1IeIics - ' ' '
Track 'I I
Library Moniior W!! IJ" K
Boys' Liierary Sociefy C K J ,
ARTHUR cs. WINGERTER f f
Cross Couniry 4 .
Hockey 1 ff f
Chronicle Qj IX
Rifle Club f
WANDA S. WITCZAK CLARA WROBLEWSKA
Afhleiics Sfar Roll
RITA D. WOLF
4 I,-cv-1 N. ,-
IRVING WUNDER ALFRED G. ZEMBRZYCKI
Cross Couniry-Manager Siage Crew
Junior Treasurer Dramaiics
Sfar Roll Public Speaking
THELMA MAE ZEIGER
ANN ZEPLOWITZ SEYMORE ZIMBEL
MABEL A. ABRAMS GERTRUDE H. LEIBLE
JOSEPH A. BATTAGLIA LOUIS E. MELEGARI
FLORENCE L. BAUMEISTER JEANETTE MILLER
REVA BERLIN LOIS M. MISLIN
ELORIE D. BOLL MILDRED S. MOBILIA
RUTH BRAUNSTEIN ARTHUR F. NOBLE
LAURA E. BURNS CHESTER A. NOWACKI
BERNICE COHEN LILLIAN I. PAULE
HOWARD E. CONRAD GENEVIEVE H. POPPER
TERESA M. DEMPSEY LILLIAN B. ROBERTS
MORRIS DICKMAN JANET B. SCHULTZ
MILDRED M. DRESCHER BENJAMIN J. SEGAL
MARGARET FANDL IVY L. SEIBOLD
FRANK H. FENTY ESTELLE SHAPIRO
ARTHUR FISCHER MYRON R. SHISLER
LOUIS FRIEDMAN LUCILLE M. SIELSKI
GEORGE J. GOLDSMITH VIOLET J. SMITH
IRENE GOLDSTEIN EVELYN K. STAHLE
DOROTHY E. HERRLE FRANCIS R. STERRY
GEORGE HIRSCH ARTHUR W. THOMPSON
DORIS G. IMHOF DOROTHY TINGLER
RUSSEL G. JAKEL LENORA WALTER
EDNA KAUFMAN JOSEPH G. WEBER
MELLWOOD L. KEMNITZER MELVIN F. WILKE
STEVEN J. KNAPIK BERNICE E. WUEST
PEARL KONOVITZ MARY M. ZAGER
THELMA H. LANG JAMES J. ZIER
IRMGARD F. M. ZORN
CHRONICLE Worlcers-Anne Warren
Jeanelfe Selling, and Florence Hoffman
Honor Roll S+udenis1Milc.lred Sioll, Eva
Eflcin, Phyllis Herrick, Maclelaine Granfham,
and Ruih Krauss
Girls of 304
Music Sfudenfs-Phyllis Schupp, Wilma
Simon, Richard McDonald, and Ramona
Varsify Baslrefball Players-Nicholas Ami-
gone, Donald Green, Roberi Dieisch, Carl
Kohl, and Evereff Smi+h
Needle Wielders-Helen Jacobs, An+oin-
eHe Didio, Florence Hoffman, Thelma Wal-
ser, and Johanna Horvafifs
Dressmalrers-Virginia Allen, Marianne
D'Angelo, Geraldine Gallagher, Dominica
D'Angelo, Susan Brdeia, Rose Lippman,
and Bernice Young
"Big Shel" Gemmer
Girls of 304
Honor Roll Sludenis-Eclilh Gould, Rufh
Beclc, Doris Sisson, CharloHe Cherry
Capfain Dehn of ihe Golf Team
Honor Roll Sfuclenfs-Sam Flanel, Morris
Rofhenlaerg, Franl: Bologna, ancl Melbourne
Twins-Hilda and Ida BlaH
Seamsiresses-F r i e d a Slriemer, Eslelle
Givens, Eleanor Fosier, Lois Yehle, Lor-
203's lnfer-Sfudyroom Baslrefball Team
Honor Roll Sfudenfs-Lucille Kibler, Lor-
raine Ballr, Alice Chmiel
Music Sfudenfs - Bernice Kohlbrenner,
Raymond Baer, Mary Seefeldf, and Ralph
CHRONICLE Workers-Joseph Siegel and
They Make Their Own Cloihes-Jane Sfill-
man, Ger+rude Berlin, Jane Sadroga,
Berfha Marlxi, and Clara Uicovifz
Honor Roll Sludenls
Boys of ZII
Apparalus Leaders-Margarel Wilson, Vir-
ginia Blaiz, Charloffe Kayser
Music Sfudenf--Armis Hahm
Honor Roll Sfudenls-Arihur Schunlr and
Almosf Twins-Jane and Regina Rebacz
Music S+uden+s-Mariorie Fors+er and
Honor Roll Siudenfs-Berlha Rude, Esfher
Schatz, Arlene Block, Mildred Owens
Charles L. Mache, Principal
Thomas McGreevy, Principal
Feder, Rulh H ........
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Groclen, Gerald D ....,....
Rolhenberg, Morris ..
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Lenf, Melbourne Harry..
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Kroecker, Marian M .....,.
Palmer, Jean Sue ......
Becker, John J ........
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VAbrams, Lillian A ....
Chmiel, Alice G ........,
Feder, Rufh .............
Davis, Florence L .......
I'RoIhenberg, Morris ,...,.
Herrick, Phyllis M. ........
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Cofier, James J ....,......
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Bursch, Ernesl ....,.........
Goliber, Margarel B...
Lazar, Louis ......,......,....
McCa r+hy, Margarel' M .......
Pleslrow, Adrian .,........
Slaslri, Sophie ..............
Kurz, Dororhy Alfreda
Treger, Kalherine ........
Hawkins, Marie K ........
Temple, Shirley R .........
Neureuler, Naomi E ..,..
Lechman, Genevieve ,.
Kresse, Alfreda J .,.. .....
Thompson, Alice May..
Johnsfon, Edgar Allan...
Koch, Rufh K .,.........,..,..
Hoffman, Eleanor A ...,.
Osfer, Harold F. H .....
Meek, Vicfor ...,.........
Bingeman, Ru+h L. ..... .
Fryers, Dororhy W .......
Brennan, Roberl L. .... .
Jacobson, Hilda E .......
Dubawsky, Leo E. ,..... .
Koep'F, Lucille C ...,..,.,.....
Moesl, Margarel C ........
Sloll, Mildred A ......,...
Burckley, Vera Lillian.
Moore, Mary B ...............,,.,
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Klopf, Mildred C .,..........
Weber, Norma B .,.........,...
Jufzin, Hildegard M .........
Cofler, John T ...,............
Baer, Roberl M. ......,.. .
Zaklikowska, Cecilia J ....
Wunder, Irving ............
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Vogel, Rufh M ...,.........
Wahl, Nila T. ..,..,,,.,...,. .
Cherry, Cha rloHe M...
Schunk, Arlhur , ....
Burckley, Vera L .,.....
Aleck, Vicfor ..........
Schulrz, Ruby G ..,....
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Gould, Edilh M ....,,...,.
Klumpp, Alma R.. ,.,,...,. .
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Bloclr, Arlene N. ....., .
Sisson, Doris E. .....,,.. .
Sfafland, Edabelle ....
Flanel, Samuel I ........
Beer, Howard L ....,....
Gese, Edward C. ......,.
Cherry, CharIoHe M ..,..,.... . ,....
Osler, Harold F ....,....
Krauss, RuI'h F. ...,,.... .
Meek, Robert A .......
Aaron, Marshall ......
Lepp, Vivian .,........,...
Pleslrow, Adrian .,.....
Ballr, Lorraine V. ,.,... .
Dale, Charles T. ............
Kibler, Lucille R ........,
Owens, Mildred M...
Sfoll, Mildred ............
Schalz, Esfher ...,..,....
Flierl, Bernice D ..,.....
Soehnlein, Anne C .....
Bingeman, Rulh L. ....
Zimbel, Seymore ......
Reling, Mildred G .....
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Daucher, Irene B. ....... ,
Gold, Aaron .....,........
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Lenf, Melbourne H...
Bologna, Franl: J .,.....
Schunli, Norma D .........,.,.. ..,....
Schurr, Doris M. ............, ......
Sullivan, Rira M ..,,...
While, Rufh E. .,.. .
Krueger, Efhel .....
Dizak, Elhel G ...,..,.
Lazar, Louis .....,.....
Hari, Eileen J ....,...,.,.
Ahern, Isabelle M .....
Deering, Dorofhy R...
Blah, Virginia R .........
Merlzle, Roberf A .....,.
Davis, Edi+h H ....,.....
Levine, Irene D ..,.,.,.,
Frey, Jane R. ,............ .
Tugg, Laurelia ................... .....,
Halpern, M. William ,,..,....
Slaski, Casimir ........,,
Jacobson, Hilda E ...,.
Boolibinder, Alberf ..
Hofsiadfer, Belly H...
Pieri, Nina D ......,.......,
Groden, Sheldon R...
Siuder, Marion A .......
Elsesser, Mae ..,........,
Van Derven, George
Herschiield, Sophie ........... . ,...,
Reiss, Mary A. .,,...,..,..
Snifzer, Clara L .......
Rosenblalf, Evelyn ......
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Abraham, Joseph ......
Weinsiein, Esfher ,...,.
Funk, Gladys E ..,.......
Marianowslzy, Bella .
sais..-Na+., Mildred r..Qf1Qf... ffff
Arch, Leroy A ...... .............. .,...
Massey, Raymond P .....,.... .....
Rupp, Eleanor C .,..,.....
Cook, Virginia L. ,...,. ..
Moore, Mary B ...,...
Palmer, Jean S .......
Rohe, Rufh M... .....
Berlin, Reva ..,.............
Lazarou, Anloineffe ..,.... .....
Ehman, Laura Mae-..
Leclue, Kaihleen .... ........., .....
Vollmer, Elizabefh M ...,
Wunder, Irving .. .................
Zembrzyclri, Alfred G. ....... ..., .
Bacol, Anna ,.............. ..... .....
Hawlrins, Mildred .,...,
Koepf, Lucille C ........ . .
Clarlc, Alvin C .......... ......... ..,.,
Goliber, Margarel B. ..
Meyers, Yale ..............,.,
Beeler, Rufh J .............
Kosl, Rifa C .............
Ruesch, Viola E .......
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Qulrlx, May ....,...,...........,.. .....
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Ermonis, Bernice L. ...... .
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Kellner, Loreffa J. .,......,
Ciesielslca, Marfha M. ..,.. .,.. .
Barnard, John R ............
lHayman, Eunice S ........
Brennan, Roberf L ............ .....
Fellow, Margaref J ........,. .....
Umland, Carol M ...........
Chapin, Harold ............... .....
Sufferby, Esfher M ........,....... .....
Groen, Liselofle E. G. ....... ..,. .
Schuliz, Raymond .......
Berlin, Gerfrude ...........
Plachia, Wanda H .....,...... ,....
Johannes, Edward J. .... ..
Krieger, Roberl' P. J ........ ...,.
Buell, Hula M ........,......,..
Klopf, Mildred C .......
Miller, Arnold A .........
Helrieri, Ann P ...,.......
Anzer, AnneHe S ..........
Farnham, John W ..........
Ternolil, Helen ..........
Chirlin, Lillian ....,.....
Draman, Charles .....
Ambellan, Charles Hlffff iff
bBoolcbinder, Rose R .......... .....
Casper, Ida ...,....,..........
Horvalis, Teresa J. ..,...,
Bregger, Rufh M. ......
Andres, Agnes M ......,
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Maslen, our Alma Mafer,
We are wifh you.
We're roofing for your colors,
Masfenl We're proud of our school's name!
Maslen shall ring +hrough all halls of fame.
Oh! Masfen, your sons and daughfers speed youg
We know +ha+ we shall always need you.
Vic+'ry is ever our goal:
l'I' falces a very high +oll,
Every Hme fhe blue
And yellow scores anew.
Oh! Masfen, we are all for you!
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Presidenf . , , . ..,.. . .. , .. ,, John Roeder
Vice-Presideni , T ,. Glenna Haier
Secrefary A, , ..,. ..... .,.... J e an Palmer
Treasurer . ..,,,, ,,Ouen+in Thompson
I. IO4's Winning Baslrelball Team
2. Vincenl Rino being inferviewecl by Al
3. Preparing Lunch
4. Horsebacl: Riding
5. Public Spealring Class-Affer Dinner
Speeches W y Q
6. Dancing in Ihe Gym
7. Three Girls on Horses
8. CHRONICLE Typisls-Irma Geigle, Har-
rieff Szen, Mary Slelmach, and Alfreda
9. "Noi Quife Such a Goose"-Norman
Radflre and Eunice Hayman
IO. Beale Assembly-AI Anscombe and "Doc"
Il. Mr. Elson wilh members of Ihe Chess
I2. Visifing Ihe Nurse-Raymond Schulfz and
I3. Rah! Rah! Rah!-Adrian Pleskow, Richard
Barisch, and Sheldon Greenberg
I4. Science Club-Josephine Morriss, Vicfor
Aleck. Harold Osler, and Adrian Pleslcow
IS. "Noi Quile Such a Goose"-Sheldon
Greenberg and Vera Burclrley
Public Speaking Acfivily-Belly Goodman
Ida Karnoffslly, and William Halpern
Pi Kappa Lambda Assembly-Mr. Hersey,
Capfain Mellen, and Richard Barlsch
Accompanisls-Doris Scllurr and Eileen
Locker Life-Charlofle Mols
"WiId Nell of Ilne Plains"-William Whelan
and Ida Karnoffslly
Make-up Commillee and Slage Crew
Miss Neal wilh Officers of Ihe Home
The Los+ Silk l-lar'
Band al a Foolball Game
aaaalaall an +he elfla' Gym
Girls Playing Volleyball
Coslume Commilfee for "WiId Nell of Ihe
"Wild Nell of Ihe Plains"-Louis Weill,
Ruby Fears, and Alfred Anscombe
I ' " - I 0
Dancing in +l1e Gym
The dramafic deparfmenf has experimenfed along several differenf lines fhis
year. As a resulf, fheir work has been unusually enferfaining and has offered new
opporfunifies for fhe sfudenfs and fhe audience. Miss Julia A. O'Meara, who is in
charge of all dramafic acfivify, has aimed fhroughouf fhe year fo provide assemblies
which would enferfain fhe sfudenf body and provide consfrucfive work in fhe drama
for fhose faking parf.
Various classes and groups presenfed a series of one-acl' plays wifh books in hand.
Some of fhe oufsfanding ones were "The Unseen Hand", "ln fhe High Places", "Two
Crooks and a Lady", and "The Grill". The eliminafion of memory work in fhe pro-
ducfion made if possible fo presenf fhe play affer a brief inferval of pracfice. Ex-
perience was concenfrafed on sfage and voice fechnique rafher fhan fhe memorizing.
The classes were nof limifed fo fhis fype of work, however. ln bofh Armisfice
assemblies, a dramafic war play, "The Enemy", was presenfed by an all male casf.
Before fhe Chrisfmas vacafion, anofher group produced and presenfed a one-acf
play, "Misflefoe and Hollyberry", which was provided wifh elaborafe scenery and
One of fhe oufsfanding feafures of fhis year's work was "The Big Broadcasfn,
an evening performance on December IZ. Variefy amafeur programs have been
greefed wifh such enfhusiasm fhaf fhe incenfive was creafed for a public performance
of fhe same fype. "The Big Broadcasf" was fhe resulf. The producfion, employing
a public address sysfem, was a convenienf medium for pracfice in radio fechnique,
one of fhe newer developmenfs in dramafic and public speaking classes. Heading
fhe casf were a general chairman and fhree sfudenf announcers who infroduced fhe
various parfs of 'rhe program. The enferfainers volunfeered fheir falenfs for fhe
success of fhe program. The audiforium was filled fo capacify and fhe deparfmenf
An affernoon performance on S+. Pa+rick's Day was also successful. The program
began wifh a one-acl' comedy, "No+ Quife Such a Goose", which presenfed in a
humorous manner fhe problems of adolescenf love affairs. An effecfive seffing was
designed and consfrucfed by dramafics sfudenfs. The cosfumes and make-up were
supervised by sfudenf commiffees. The performance also included an old fashioned
melodrama enfifled "Wild Nell of fhe Plains".
Wifh fhe increased number of producfions, fhe make-up and cosfuming com-
miffees worked overfime. The sfage crew found if necessary fo plan and arrange from
one fo fhree differenf sefs every monfh. The cooperafion of fhese sfudenfs has
enabled Miss O'Meara fo carry ouf her plans mosf beneficially.
The acfivifies in dramafics fhis year have pleased fhe audience, and fhe sfudenfs
parficipafing have gained poise and experience, a valuable assef in lafer life.
Isf: Swiff, Krauss, Ermonis,
Pleskow, Reger, May, Tess-
mann, Beer, Lenf, Weegar, E.
Znd: Gasser, Duringer, Hiller,
E. Plachfa, Bass, Todfenhagen.
3rd: Bingeman, Soergel, L.
Forsfer, M. Forsfer, Lehner,
Palmer, Holfon, Mols.
4fh: N e w h o u s e, Cafarell,
Kloesz, L. Wilson, Kumpf, Sell-
ing, B. Lang, Rino.
5+h: Bufler, S. Greenberg, Hal-
I. "Wild Nell of The Plains"-
Glenna Haier and Frederick
2. "Big Broadcasfn-Leo and
3. "No+ Quife Such a Goose"
-Sheldon Greenberg and
Seafedz Berfha Rude: Jane
Flickingerg Miss O'Meara,
coach: Dorofhy Kafes.
Sfanding: Melbourne Lenf,
Gilberf Bass, Seymore Zimbel,
Howard Beer, Milfon Gurvifz,
l. Girls' Declamafion Confesf
2. Boys' Oraforical Confesf
3. "Big Broadcasf" announcers
-Halpern, Beer, Lenf and
4 J. p Y V 1 J , , .Y
DEBATE AND PUBLIC SPEAKING
ln bofh infer-high and local public speaking and debafe acfivifies, Fosdick was
unusually acfive fhis year.
Represenfing fhe infer-high acfivifies, Masfen sfudenfs parficipafed in bofh fhe
Girls' Declamafion and fhe Boys' Oraforical Confesfs. Dorofhy Kafes gave a dra-
mafic reading af fhe confesf held af Hufchinson in November. Melbourne Lenf
presenfed his original orafion, "A Youfh Looks af fhe World," in our own audiforium
on April 30.
In addifion fo fhese confesfs, a local Girls' Declamafion was held previous fo fhe
infer-high confesf in November. Vera Burckley received firsf prize.
The large affendance af "The Big Broadcasf" made possible fhe raising of funds
fhaf will be used fo purchase and insfall an amplifying sysfem necessary fo 'leach
radio fechnique. This will nof only aid in fhe presenfing of beffer assemblies, buf
will also give pracfice fo sfudenfs inferesfed in radio as a vocafion.
In debafe, Fosdick as usual enfered four feams in fhe infer-high compefifion,
winning fwo mafches and losing fhe same number. In fhe fall series on fhe quesfion,
"Resolved: Thaf fhe Unifed Sfafes nafionalize ifs munifion indusfry," fhe affirmafive
was defeafed by Benneff and fhe negafive won over Easf. ln fhe spring series fhe
quesfion was on fhe esfablishing of a sfafe medical sysfem. The Masfen affirmafive
was defeafed by Technical, while fhe negafive was vicforious over Lafayeffe. lf is
inferesfing fo nofe fhaf in all four debafes fhe negafive feams were vicforious. Bofh
of fhis year's proposifions for debafe afforded unlimifed possibilifies for sfrong nega-
five feams. In fhe Masfen-Lafayeffe debafe fhe Fosdick negafive presenfed a sfrong
unified case and consisfenfly broke down fhe opposing case fo such a degree fhaf
fhe ancienf rivals were defeafed wifhouf difficulfy.
This year fhe assembly honoring fhe debafers was held in May and feafured
selecfions emphasizing panfomime, dialecf, resonance and ofher represenfafive
sfudies of fhe deparfmenf.
Debafe awards are in fhe form of gold and silver pins. Gold pins are given
sfudenfs parficipafing in fwo debafes, and silver pins are presenfed fo debafers who
fake parf in one clebafe or are alfernafes in bofh. Dorofhy Kafes, Jane Flickinger,
Howard Beer, Gilberf Bass, Melbourne Lenf, and Seymour Zimbel received gold pins.
Silver awards were made fo Berfha Rude, Marvin Polin and Milfon Gurvifz. Mel-
bourne Lenf was fhe only Junior who received a gold pin, buf fhere are five ofher
sfudenfs of some experience who are prospecfs for nexf year's debafe feams.
Anofher oufsfanding assembly program presenfed by fhe public speaking classes
was fhe Rudyard Kipling Memorial Assembly in which incidenfs of fhe poef's life
were dramafized, poems read, and original speeches presenfed.
Miss Julia A. O'Meara was in charge of all public speaking and debafe acfivify
during fhe year.
Znd: E. Efkin, J. Flickinger, R
Rifler, F. Schaefer, H. Beer
C. Buchler, G. Van Derven, E
George, B. Goodman.
3rd: V. Cullinan, J. Murphy
N. Hoffman, P. Cohen, D
Kafes, M. Dickman, G. Bass, R
6,11 Vg., 'Y
To sI'arI wifh a 'rhread Ihal someone else has leff is easy compared 'Io sI'ar+ing
when Ihere is no Ihread a+ all. This has been Ihe accomplishmenr of Ihe presem' "HILL
Everyone in I'he school was offered Ihe opporI'uni+y of Irying for a posiI'ion on
fhe s+aFf. The group Ihar succeeded in publishing Ihe paper had never had any
previous "HlLL TOPICS" experience. The paper, Ihrough iI's several issues, +ried Io
uni'Ie differenl' phases of school life, including music, public speaking, and sporls.
The 'rrials and hardships have been many, buI' only Ihrough Ihe earnesf coopera-
+ion of bo+h s+uden'Is and facully advisers did 'rhe paper succeed in a financial and
We look forward wilh anricipalion Io rhe furlher developmen+ of Ihe paper nexl
Isf: A. Beier: G. Van Derven:
H. Seaderg P. Cohen: R. Nel-
son and H. Osler, managing
ediiorsg A. Klumpp: R. Bren-
nan: D. Kafes.
Znd: J. Selling, N. Hayman, D.
lmhof, H. Beer. J. Flickinger,
H. Neuman, V. Hudecek, R.
3rd: R. Feder, S. Herschlield,
D. Fryers, D. Schurr, R. Boek-
man, L. Heclor, A. Warren.
4Ih: A. Pleslrow, S. Greenberg,
E. Gese, P. Weegar, A. Ans-
combe, A. Wingerler, R.
Miss Pierman, are all Ihe ads in? The proofs are here, Mr. Seelbach! Oh, Mr.
Byunner, where is +ha'I feafure arricle? Somebody ask Miss Colburn 'For 'Ihe picfure
These were Ihe exclamafions heard in Ihe CHRONICLE office where work sI'arI'ed
in February. Dozens of s+udenI's came 'I'o Ihe lirsl' meefing, and by eliminafion a
slaff was finally chosen and assignmenrs made. Adver+isemen+s were soliciled, seniors
and organizafions phofographed, arI'icles wriI'+en, and subscripfions Iaken. Then on
May 22 a successful skafing parly and dance was sponsored by 'Ihe sralif.
The s+aFl members worked hard on Ihese +asks unlil Ihe book which you are now
reading was organized, senl +o +he prinler, and finally broughl' lo you. The s'raFF
hopes you are enioying Ihis, Ihe Senior Year Book of '36l
Isl: R. Schulman: Mr. Rovner:
R. Brennan, managing ediforg
Miss Dinsmoreg H. Osfer, man-
a in edilorg Mr. Miller: R.
Isl: Adrian Pleskow, Viclor
Aleck, Richard Van de Worp,
Raymond Schullz, Glenn
Znd: Edward Meyer, Harry Al-
per, Charles Knopf, Peler
3rd: Leroy Arch, Charles Dra-
man, Arthur Mazikowski, Ches-
ler Kloesz, Roberl Haenszel.
Sludenls may have been led 'ro believe lhal olilice monilors are performing a
greal service lo lheir school. Aclually lhe school is giving lhe sludenl monilor a
valuable educalion. Whal' opporlunilies 'lhis 'lype of work affordsl
During his lerm of monilor duly, 'lhe office monilor learns 'ro operale 'lhe swilch-
board, run errands, file accuralely, receive slrangers cordially, and properly direcl
lhem around lhe building. Consequenlly, he soon develops lrails of alerlness, cour-
lesy, aggressiveness, cordialily, and mosl' imporlanl' of all, reliabilily, all of which
prove lhal he is well slarled on lhe road lo a successful career.
This will be of greal value lo him long afler he has liorgollen his hislory, Lalin,
and geomelry. The office monilors and lhe sludenls are graleful 'lor 'lhe experience
Miss Levilan has sludenl monilors 'lo assisl her 'lhroughoul lhe day. Each period
one library assislanl is responsible for recording lhe number of sludenls presenl and
checking lheir allendance wilh l'he sludy room leachers. The olher is carelaker of
lhe books. He musl' pu+ lhe books back in 'lheir proper places and make sure lhal
none of lhe sludenls accidenlally leave wilh any of lhe library's properly. The 'former
accomplishes his lask by having 'lhe sludenls wrile lheir names and sludy room
numbers on special library slips. The la'H'er places a 'lable a+ lhe door and sees lhal'
lhe sl'uder:'l's pul' 'llreir bopks onlil' beqhlhey leave. Thlen he collecl: Ihe books and
Isl: Nlillon Gurvilzf Deane
Cohen, Neysa Hayman, Marie
Monfulelh, Viclor Aleck.
Znd: John Murdock, Evelyn
Bamberg, Doris lmhof, Eunice
Hayman, Florence Davis, Arn-
3rd: Henry Jakubowski, Jason
Ullman, Walfer Herr, John
Griflin, Richard Barlsch, Eu-
gene Reger, Waller Gubala.
Isl: Siegel, Van Tassel.
2nd: Plaskin, Daucher, Smilh
Ulcovifz, Taylor, Quinlan, Ma-
zur, Szwaikowski, Danner, Wax-
3rd: Mr. Geiger, Becker
G o r n y, Greenberg, Ulrich
Holifer, Druckemiller, Wick
Cohen, Hoffman, Thompson
4fh: T. Hoyler, Resman, Mas?-
man, Burkol, Pesla, Rosen, For-
lenbaugh, D a v i s, George
SchiFFerli, F. Woodward.
5fh: Karulh, Schroeder, Hage-
man, Chrefien, J. Woodward
McMahon, Mellinger, Kuhn
McLaren, E. Hoyler,
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
Mr. Carroll Geiger, who wields +he balon for our school orchesfra, is repuled
'lo have one of lhe finesl' school orcheslras in 'lhe cily. The orcheslra, consisling of
forfy-nine members, alfernafes wi+h 'rhe band playing for assembly programs.
During our successful 'fall produclion, "The Big Broadcast" lhe orchesfra rendered
several seleclions. lf again conlribuled numbers 'lo our Chrislmas program. The
orcheslra also had a prominenl' parl' in +he Annual Spring Concerl, presenled on May
Isl by fhe music deparlmenl of fhe school. Many weeks were spenl' in infensive
preparalion for fhis produclion. On May 8+h, The school orcheslra compeled wilh
o'I'her high school orcheslras on All-High Nighl.
Lasl fall our band helped 'lo lend a collegiale air lo our foolball games by
playing befween quarlers and afler each viclory.
The marlial music of +he band has been a source of greal' enioymenf al many
assemblies. Nol only have lhey played for marching, bul' lhey also have served as
an accompanimenl for fhe group singing of +he school song.
For fhe Spring Concerl' in May a special arrangemenl' of fhe seleclion "Milil'ary
Escor+" was made for +he band.
The band has rehearsed diligenlly and enfhusiaslically 'lwice each week wilh i+s
able conduclor, Mr. Geiger.
Many of The members of 'lhe band are also members of lhe orchesfra. In all, The
band consisls of fiffy-four members.
Mr. Geiger feels 'lha+ fhe gradualion of many compelenl' orcheslra and band
members is a greal loss, bul he is confidenl +ha+ I936-I937 will produce new musical
Isl: Schroeder, Siegel, Van
2nd: Pieri, Hodan, Bamberg,
Woicinski, Tessmann, Mr. Gei-
ger, Kales, Davis, Wagner,
3rd: Wieiig, Schifferli, Cohen,
Karulh, Becker, Chrefien, Hoff-
man, Resman, Burkcf, Mc-
4+h' Tor esson Hahn Wein
- 9 . . '
+raub, Pleskow, Forlenba ugh,
Taylor, Waxman, Woodward,
Hoyler, Masfman, Benz.
Slh: Adler, Rabinowifz, Oslach,
Sinoracki, Kruse, Lee, Sfrauss,
Smilh, Winzenried, Ulcovilz.
lsr: Smifherman, Graeber.
Duncan, Tessmann, Miss Sien-
gel, Schurr, Echols, Paule, E.
Znd: Link, D. George, Koehler,
Mlfchell, Van Derven, Robin
son, Galanier, Rabiroff, H
3rd: Schupp, Kohlbrenner,
Rose, Young, Peeler, Dill
Slrauss, Sfurm, Brueclmer.
4+h: Fears, Szen, Duszynslxa
Janeclri, V. Allen, Dommer
Buell, Nelson, Kubera, Simon.
5+h: Sallis, Baer, Tills, Boersi,
McDonald, Gnann, Schuefze
GLEE CLUB AND CHORUS
' Jusi' as Music is recognized as one of Ihe ou+s+anding classics, so is Masien
no+ed for her musical achievemenfs. This year, as in every oiher year, she has
broughf forrh an abundance of musical Ialenr. Under I'he guidance of our able
direcfor, Miss S+engel, Ihe Girls' Glee Club, Ihe Boys' Glee Club, Ihe Voice Class,
and +he Special Chorus have accomplished a greai deal.
Early in 'I'he 'fall Ihe Special Chorus made ifs firsl' appearance on Parenls' Nighi.
A 'Few weelcs laier appeared I'he Armisfice Day Program.
The Girls' Glee Club, which consisfs of aboui' one hundred and iiffy girls, gave
a unique program in November, which showed Ihe fine resulis a large group can
accomplish. They sang "The Bells of Aberdovy," which had a chime accompaniment
This arrangemenf proved Io be very enferiaining and was well received by Ihe
AI I'he Chrisfmas Assembly fhe combined choruses again came Io I'he foreground
Io add Io 'rhe enioymeni' of 'Ihe day. In Ihe absence of Miss S+engel, Mrs. Geiger
very capably direcied +he program. A group from Ihe Voice Class look parf in Ihe
play, singing several Chrisfmas carols.
On December I7 Ihe Special Chorus, ai Elmwood Music Hall, Ioolc parf wi+h 'Ihe
All-High Chorus in 'Ihe presenialion of Ihe "Golden Legend" under Ihe supervision
of Mr. Breach. The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchesira accompanied ihe chorus, and
several prominenr singers were soloisis. This performance was repeaied la+er in Ihe
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Isl: W. Young, J. Borlran, C
Slaslxi, Miss Siengel, C. Kloesz
W. Elgie, A. Bouie.
2nd: R. Baer, W. Halpern, R
Fernan, T. Malrowslui, A. Gold
3rd: J. Siegel, W. ScoI+, A
Anscombe, E. Pogorzala, H
Chapin, E. Wiclr, R. Smifh.
4Ih: l. Uicoviiz, W. Wiechec
J. Kofas, A. Oehler, R. Pasier:
bowicz, L. Harringion, R
Boersi, M. Geller.
lst: Lepp, Sauer, Helper, Moyni
han, Tcssmann, Miss Stengel
Michalakes, Shalwitz, G e i g l e
Maute, Trotsky. Znd: McVicar
Thief, D'Angelo, Cullinan, Sztuk
Sielski, Tugg, Kawczynska, Main
Hurst. ?1rd: Gauthier, Gorman
Burhanan, Fritz, Grambow, Amos
M. Miller, Kelsey, Barton, War
ren, Bludman. -ith: Kocik. Bar
ber, Frailey, Farrell, Fleischman
S i m m c n s. Stillman, Martina
luhre, H. Miller. Sth: Koloch
Bookbinder, Dobbins, Makarow
ska. Puto, Kruszynska. Sieher
Boehmkc, Ehman, Stallone, Mar
erman, Pallas, Holm, Van Buren
Merkel, Zgoda, Marki, Hart
Coleman. Hawkins. 7th: Berk
off. Mueller, Kuczkowska, Imler
Lehner. Edwards. Fuchs, Kowal
ski, Grahowski, Reiewski.
A+ lhe beginning of lhe second lerm il' was decided by +he Special Chorus, +ha+
instead of having a Voice Class we would have a special group selected by Miss
Srengel. ln February ihe girls of 'rhis group had an opporiunily lo display 'lheir
+alen'l's by singing 'I'he "Recessional" in memory of Rudyard Kipling, fo whom one of
our assemblies was dedicaied.
The Chromalic Club paid us ils annual visi+ on February I9 and presented a
varied and inferesiing group of selecrions. The parlicipanls consisted of a pianis'l,
a vocalist, and a violinist.
Thai same week a group of our own lalenf, which sludies music oulside of school,
gave a sfudenl' recital. Those who 'look parl' were Armis Hahm, Alber+ Helrlinger,
Mary Seefelf, Doris Schurr, Rulh Feder, and Rita Wolf, pianislsg Bernice Kolbrunner,
vocalislg and Lester Crefien, lrombonislz
During +he lirsl' week of April, several represeniarives from various colleges in
and around Buffalo came 'lo Masren lo inform expeclanr graduates abou+ The courses
ihar their inslilulions offered. To adcl variety l'o l'he program, l'he special group ,
gave ils in+erpre+a+ion of a medley of college runes. X J
Each year fhe enlire nalion celebrales Nalional Music Week. This year Maslen
presenled i+s Spring Concerf during 'lhis week. The Choruses look an impor+an+ parl' ' X
in 'lhis celebralion. Among 'rhe numbers presenied were seleciions from "Aida," ,
"The Star," "By 'lhe Wa'l'ers of lhe Minne+onka," and Schuber+'s "Serenade." '
The year proved +o be verv successful, and a large number is expecled +o refurn,
which Miss Slengel can use lo build a bigger and be'H'er chorus nexl' year. A
lst: XV:-sr, Gorska, Bolm, Leide,
Schulman, Schurr, Miss Stengel,
Doherty, L u 5 i a k, Kaczmarek,
Plawinska, Knospe, Hoctor. Znd:
Paoleschi, Grinagu, B o c h e i m,
Marks, Brdcja, K l e i n, Hoylcr,
Stefano, XVagner, Lubkowska,
Rataiczak. Zollitsch. Std: Volpe,
Givens. Burhanan. Schmidt. Sin-
del. Broom, Gerlach, Watkzlsier.
Striemer, I. Rehacz, R. Rebacz,
Wfasiclewska, Kornacki. -1 t h :
Charlton. Arnold, Caban. R. Ber-
lin, Zirnhcl, Salley, Becker, Barg-
mann. Chrosniak, llalick, Lewis,
Cielencki. Sth: Kost. Engler,
Funk, R. Hoffman, Z c n n e r,
XVt'lsh, Uuirk, lfnrshark, Sm-mlm-l.
Knras. Koras. O'Brien. Doerner.
6th: G. Berlin. Schatz, Geyer,
Dauchcr, Kunzelman, B i n k e r.
Mooney, Truchlinska. Odozynska,
Meadow. W. Hoffman. 7th: Bur-
nasser, DcI.ollis. Levine. Davey, l
Todtenhagen, Raffel, T u r n e r,
zella. 6th: jones, Gannon, Coop-
DEAR OLD MASTEN PARK
Words and Music Adapfed by Eileen Tessmann and Ruih Bingeman
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Ocfober I I
HI-LIGHTS OF I935-36
Back fo school
Boys hold firs'I' assembly
Columbus Day program
Firsf play, "Unseen Hand"
Chevrolef mofion picfures
Columbia Run, FMP fhird
Firsf issue of HILL TOPICS
Foofball game wifh Easf, fie 6-6
Girls' Declamafion Confesf
Mr. Morrison, Speaker: The Orienf
Alumni lead foofball rally
Thanksgiving game wifh Lafayeffe, FMP won 7-6
Celebrafion of vicfory over Lafayeffe
Chevrolef mofion picfures
Infer-high Debafes-FMP 9, Easf 6
Scholarship Recognifion Day-Dr. Harfwell, Speaker
Afhlefic Leffer Day
Chrisfmas play, "MisIIeI'oe and HoIIyberry"
School reopens affer Chrisfmas vacafion
Firsf baskefball game-FMP 3I, McKinley I4
FMP swimming feam defeafs Grover Cleveland, 58-I6
FMP swimming feam defeafs Technical, 45-30
Chromafic Club Recifal
"Nof Ouife Such a Goose" and "Wild Nell of fhe Plains
Dr. MacEachern, Speaker
Infer-high Debafes-FMP 9, Lafayeffe 6
Final Senior Elecfion
Buffalo Philharmonic Orchesfra
Solo Voice Confesf
Beafa Program-Doc Gallop
Semi-final voice confesf for alfos
Boys' Oraforical Confesf-Melbourne Lenf, 'Ihird
FMP frack feam defeafs Lafayeffe and Grover Cleveland
Presenfafion of debafe awards
Firsf senior meefing
Presenfafion of CHRONICLE and HILL TOPICS awards
Lasf formal session
Revenge seemed fo be fhe moffo of fhe Hill Toppers' compefifors lasf season
when fhe Masfen eleven, minus fhe services of fhe Big Four, enfered info Harvard
Cup compefifion, frying fo refain fhe cup for fhe second successive year.
Opening fhe season on Ocfober l2fh againsf Benneff proved fo be a fough
break, as Benneff had an experienced feam and one which furned ouf fo be champion-
ship maferial. However, Benneff did nof score unfil fhe lasf quarfer and barely won
fhe game, 6-0.
Hufchinson was mef nexf af Seneca Field on Ocfober IB, which resulfed in a 7-0
defeaf for fhe Yellow and Blue.
The fhird game, againsf Soufh Park on November 2nd, resulfed in a Soufh Park
vicfory, I3-0. Alfhough our boys foughf courageously, fhey were oufplayed by a
superior Soufh Park feam.
ln fying Easf in our fourfh game, 6-6, Masfen played ifs besf game of fhe season
fhus far in fhe campaign. In fhe fourfh quarfer, Capfain Bud Fischer broke loose on
a wide end run fo fravel eighfy yards fo fhe goal line for Masfen's firsf score of fhe
season and for ifs firsf poinf in fhe Harvard Cup race.
The following week Masfen mef Seneca, wifh whom we shared fhe Harvard Cup
lasf year. The baffle was fairly even unfil fhe lasf quarfer, when Seneca scored a
fouchdown on a pass and fhen kicked fhe exfra poinf fo make fhe score Seneca 7,
On Thanksgiving Day we mef Lafayeffe in fhe final game of fhe season. Lafay-
effe's impressive record made fhem slighf favorifes, buf our feam really showed whaf
if could do when if gof sfarfed. In fhe very firsf quarfer Bud Fischer, afforded perfecf
blocking, ran 64 yards for a fouchdown. Paul Sfone, playing his firsf varsify game,
plunged over fhe line for fhe exfra and winning poinf. Lafayeffe finally gof sfarfed in
fhe second quarfer and scored a fouchdown, buf missed fhe exfra poinf on a poorly
execufed pass play. This ended fhe scoring for fhe day and Masfen had once again
friumphed over ifs rival, 7-6.
Alfhoughf fhe feam finished in ninfh place, Coach Crawford considered fhe
season successful in fhaf we beaf Lafayeffe and moulded a 'Fine feam for I937.
Nicholas Priore, veferan guard, was given a place in fhe firsf All-High feam.
Bud Fischer, capfain and quarferback of fhe feam, and Henry Domedian were given
The ouflook for nexf year is exfremely brighf because fhis was fhe firsf season
for mosf of fhe boys. The Chronicle exfends ifs sinceresf wishes fo fhe I937 eleven and
deems fhe Harvard Cup nof unwelcome.
lsf: J. Roeder, C. Deahna, W.
Whelan, N. Priore, Capfain
Fischer, E. Klinck, G. Gemmer,
Znd: E. Nolfe, T. Hoyler, L.
Forsfer, Thompson, F. Yuhl,
R. Guzzo, G. Pleufhner.
3rd: Manager Rino, D. O'Don-
nell, E. Schulfz, Mr. Heck, A.
Delaney, N. DiRosa, J. Rafh-
bun, Coach Crawford.
I. The Masked Marvel-Cap-
fain Bud Fischer
2. Ready, one, fwo-lef's gol
3. Limbering up
lsf: Coach Seelbach, EvereH
Smifh C I' Gr df' h
, ap ann un :sc ,
Nicholas Amigone. Manager
2nd: Carl Kohl, Howard Irvin,
Harold Finkbeiner, Joseph
I. Howard lrvin abou? Io sink
a free throw
2. Final insfruciions before the
3. Capiain W e sl e y Grund-
The Yale Cup seven ou+ of nine yearsl Six conseculive yearsl Tha'I's MasI'en's
impressive record compiled under 'rhe able coaching of Mr. Seelbach. When you
consider 'lhal Ihe baskelball Ieam musl face, in 'rhe duralion of a season, 'Iwelve
scrapping reams, and usually musf, in order Io gain Ihe cup, win ai leasi 'Ien of Ihem,
Ihis record is very commendable.
This year, as usual, Masfen was picked as +he +eam 'Io win 'Phe cup. Despile a
lack of height ihe boys won Iheir firsl' five games, clefeafing in order: Mc Kinley
28-I4g Burgard, who won Ihe resl' of ifs games 'For Ihe cup, 25-2I: Peckham, 32-2l:
Seneca, 35-24: Soulh Park, 37-2l.
Confidenl' of vic+ory 'Ihe Ieam +ravelled 'Io Benne'H' fo fry for i'Is eighfeenih con-
secu+ive viclory. Resulisz Maslen 26, Bennell 3I. This was Mas'Ien's iirsl' loss in a
year and a half.
Slill in 'rhe 'l'igh'I', however, Maslen invaded Grover Cleveland's bandbox cour'l'
where our quinlel' again came oul on Ihe shor'r end of a 2l-27 score.
Undaunled, lhe Ieam soon regained i'I's winning slride fo beaf Technical, 32-28,
and Lafayeife, our lime-honored rival, 36-27.
Afler losing 'ro Riverside, II-22, +he Ieam, 'furiher handicapped by +he loss of
i+s cenler, Jack Barnhar'I', was nosed our by Hulchinson by a foul shol' in ihe lasl' Ihree
seconds of fhe play in a nip and 'Iuck baHle, 23-24, and by Easi, 24-27, +o end lhe
season in a +ie for sixlh place wilh a record of seven Iriumphs and five losses.
For his magnificeni' work as caplain and guard of +he Maslen quin+eI', Wesley
Grundrisch received a guard posiiion on fhe Ihree All-High feams. In acldifion 'Io
fhis, Ihe "Times," which appoinls a capfain for ifs seleclion, gave lhis honor Io
Grundiisch. Wes held his opponen+s Io eighf field goals in fwelve games, and was
also well up in 'lhe individual scoring lis'l', leading 'Ihe Masien hoopslers wi'l'h 97 poinls.
Danny O'Donnell and Evererl Smilh, who were nexf in scoring and who played con-
sis+en+ ball, received honorable menlion. The ofher boys who received Iheir maior
leHers were: Manager Bob Dielsch, Nicholas Amigone, Jack Barnharl, Joseph Cohen,
Harold Finkbeiner, Howard Irvin, and Carl Kohl.
Alihough we failed Io win fhe Yale Cup, much credil is due Mr. Seelbach and
fhe boys on 'Ihe squad who foughf every second from fhe beginning of fhe game lo
+he closing whislle. Before each game, Coach Seelbach gave Ihe boys bul' one
insfruclion, "ln vicfory or defeaf, play clean, be good sporfsmen, and in all ways be
a creclil +o Masfen Park."
The CHRONICLE exlends +o Caplain-elecl' Danny O'Donnell wishes for a cup-
winning combinafion nexf year.
This season Masfen's splashers, alfhough lacking fhe proper facilifies for pracfice,
complefed one of fhe mosf successful seasons in years. The boys were able fo prac-
fice only fwice weekly af School 3I.
Whefher fhey won or Iosf, fhe boys displayed fhaf fine brand of sporfsmanship
for which all Masfen feams are nofed. Capfain Bill Whelan, Myron Shisler, Jack
Newhouse, and Jack Thedorf were undoubfedly Masfen's mosf consisfenf swimmers.
Newhouse swam an average fime of fwo minufes and fwenfy seconds in fhe 200-yard
free s'I'yIe. Thedorf's average in fhe 40-yard free sfyle was fwenfy and eighf-fenfhs
seconds, and Capfain Whelan won fhree firsf places in fancy diving. Alfhough he
was Iosf fo fhe feam mosf of fhe season because of illness, Myron Shisler won fwo
firsfs and a second in fhe fhree meefs in which he swam. Had Shisler been able
fo finish fhe season, Masfen's medley feam mighf easily have made fhe AII-High
In fheir firsf meef, fhe Fosdick mermen were defeafed by our arch rival, Lafayeffe,
by fhe score of 42-33.
In fhe nexf fwo meefs againsf Easf and Soufh Park, fhe Hillfoppers were beafen
by scores of 49-26 and 47-28 respecfively.
Nof unfil fheir fourfh meef did fhe Yellow and Blue break info fhe scoring
column. Grover Cleveland was faken info camp by fhe overwhelming score of
58-I6. The feam won every firsf and all buf 'Iwo second places.
In fhe following meef, Masfen once again fasfed vicfory when Technical was
defeafed 45-30. Masfen won six firsf and fhree second places.
In fhe Iasf of fhe dual meefs, Riverside defeafed Fosdick by fhe score of 45-30
in a hofly confesfed baffle. Capfain Bill WheIan's diving was fhe oufsfanding evenf
of fhe meef, reaching nearly perfecf form in every dive.
In fhe All-High meef, held af Benneff High School, Masfen finished in sevenfh
place. Roberf Franklin was fhe only Masfen swimmer fo gef info fhe finals of fhe
meef. He finished fourfh in fhe I00-yard backsfroke fo score our only fwo poinfs.
This, coupled wifh fhe four poinfs for winning fwo dual meefs, gave us a fie for
sevenfh place and ZVZ poinfs foward fhe Williams frophy.
Bob Franklin, who swims fhe I00-yard backsfroke, and Seymore Zimbel, who
swims fhe I00-yard freesfyle, are fhe only swimmers leaving +his year. This leaves
almosf all of fhe regulars from which fo form nexf year's feam which may be fhe besf
Masfen has ever had.
The Chronicle wishes Capfain-elecf Jack Thedorf and his I937 squad success in
nexf year's compefifion.
Isf: Myron Shisler, Capfain
William Whelan, Jack Thedorf.
2nd: Maurice Freedman, Sey-
more Zimbel, Roberf Franklin,
Jack Charreffe, Jack New-
I. Capfain Whelan abouf fo
execufe one of his fancy
2. Newhouse and Thedorf af
fhe sfarf of a race
Ish Schneider, Roeder, Rafh-
bun, Diefsch, Haenszel, Cap-
fain Kuhn, Sarles, Whelan,
Rapp, Jeffords, Scoff, Wier.
Znd: Marfin, Koran, Reinhardf,
Grass, Wingerfer, Gemmer,
Thompson, Kohl, Smifh, Elgie,
Ipslin, Sfeed, Bisone.
3rd: Schifferli, Ufcovifz, Miller,
Schreck, Anscombe, Hoyler,
Kamn, Dore, Robinson, Griffin,
4Ih: Newhouse, Chapin, Broolr,
Freedman, Aaron, Leach, Mar-
quardf, McNamara, Aubrey,
Posner, Pellow, Mr. Seelbach.
5I'h: W. Lesher, Kloesz, H.
Lesher, McNeary, Cohen,
Sfyne, Marlrey, Brown, Wilson.
I. Johnny Reeder goes over
2. Aspiring disfance runners
3. Capfain George Kuhn
Compefifion for fhe I935 Scalp and Blade Trophy found Fosdiclr-Masfen's frack
feam finishing in sixfh place wifh seven and a half poinfs scored in fhe All-High Traclt
and Field Meef. This also added four poinfs fo our fofal in fhe Williams Cup sfanding.
Those who garnered poinfs for Masfen in fhe meef were: Francis Brown, fhird
place in fhe I20 yard high hurdles: Ted Sarles, fhird place in fhe one mile run:
Richard Vrenna, fhird place in fhe 220-yard low hurdles: George Kuhn, fhird place in
fhe 880 yard rung Charles Truss, fied for fourfh place in fhe running high iump.
We also had several fiffh places in fhe fraclc evenfs: buf if was in fhe field evenfs
fhaf fhe feam losf ouf, as we had no boys who were able fo compefe wifh fhe ofher
schools. In fhe pole vaulf, shof puf, and iumps, Masfen could place only one man.
Charles Truss, in fhe running high iump.
This season, alfhough we do nof have permission fo pracfice in fhe l06fh armory,
fhe feam is rapidly rounding info championship form. A surprising number of candi-
dafes came ouf for fraclr fhis spring wifh a greaf number of fhem being lower class-
men. These will form a large squad of experienced members for nexf year's fraclx
feam even if fhey do nof gain a varsify lei-ter fhis year. Coach Allie Seelbach expecfs
fo have a well-balanced feam falce fhe field in fhe preliminary and final meefs. Ouf-
sfanding candidafes for posifions on fhe fraclc feam include: Capfain George Kuhn
440 yard rung Carl Kohl, 440 yard run: Joseph Schneider, 880 yard rung Evereff Smifh,
880 yard run: Ted Sarles, one mile run: Roberf Haenszel, one mile run: Roberf Jeffords,
I00 yard sprinf and relay: John Wear, sprinfs and relay: Walfer Scoff, low hurdles:
Melvin Grass, low hurdles, Gerald Gemmer, high and broad jumps: Quenfin Thomp-
son, shof puf: Jaclc Rafhbun, pole vaulfg John Roeder, pole vaulf. We also have fwo
promising freshmen, Donald Pellow and James Sfein, af School I7 who will run in 'Ihe
On May 7, Fosdiclr fool: parf in ifs firsf friangular meef againsf Lafayeffe and
Grover Cleveland. Affer fhis meef, we compefed wifh Easf and Riverside. In fhe
lasf of our preliminary frack and field evenfs, on May 2l, Masfen opposed Hufchinson
and Technical. This, foo, proved an inferesfing meef. Finally, on May 27, fhe frials
were held for fhe All-High meef af Benneff, and fhen on May 28, fhe final Scalp and
Blade Track and Field Meef foolr place fo defermine fhe fracl: champion for I936.
page fiffy-fi ve
Harold Dehn, Capfain Wesley
Grundfisch, Ferdinand Thomas.
Forel This 'Familiar ierm of fhe greens recalls Io Masfeniles +he deeds of Caplain
Wes Grundfisch, Harold Dehn, Ferdinand Thomas, and James Schwarfz in I935
compe+i+ion 'For 'Ihe Depew Trophy. These men represen+ed Masfen in +he AII-
High Medal Play Golf Tournamenl' af Grover Cleveland Park in Ocfober. They
I'aIIied 89, 89, 90, and 97 respecfively, on a course Ihe par of which is 7I 'For eigh+een
holes, fo give us +hree poinfs in fhe medal play and a lie for seven'I'h place in +he
final cup sfandings.
Earlier in +he season fhe oc'IeHe, including Eugene Ga'rh, Roberl' Krushel, John
Schleiffer, and John Schwab, fell before Ihe sure sfrolcing of our opponenfs, LafayeH'e
Harold Dehn is +he capfain-eIec+ for ihe I936 golf season.
Sealed: James Murphy, Theo-
dore Sarles, Capfain George
Kuhn, Carl Kohl, Roberf Jef-
Sfanding: Coach Seelbach,
Thomas Marlin, Waller ScoH,
Harold Finlrbeiner, Roberf
Haenszel, Joseph Schneider,
Manager Irving Wunder.
Coach Seelbach, alfhough handicapped by having only 'Iwo Ie+'I'ermen, moulded
a powerful squad of harriers for I935 Columbia Cup compelifion.
Masfen emerged vicforious in I'he +wo preliminary meefs, winning fhe firsl' againsl'
Hulchinson and Grover Cleveland, and 'I'he second againsf Technical and EasI'. Ted
Sarles broke records in bofh races. On Ocfober 24, fhe boys eniered I'he Columbia
Run, favored +o win, buf fhe 'ream finished Ihird +o Eas+ and BenneH, alfhough Ted
Sarles led The 'field home for 'Ihe Yellow and Blue. Ofher HiII+oppers finished as 'Fol-
Iows: Capfain George Kuhn, I2: Carl Kohl, I8: Roberf Jeffords, 2I: Waller ScoH,
23: James Murphy, 34: Harold Marfin, 39: Joe Schneider, 58.
The CHRONICLE wishes success Io Capfain-elecl' Joe Schneider and his I936
Isl: Jack Mifchell, John Pru-
noflo, Paul Cromwell.
Znd: George Calarell, John
Schleifer, Caplain John Roe-
cler, Earl Sfeiger, Kennefh
3rd: Coach Heck, Norberl
Dziarnowslci, Raymond Frey,
John Barnard, Manager Roberl
Fosdick's hockey leam s'I'ar'Ied lhe I936 Michigan Cup series wilh only 'lhree
relurning velerans. Led by Caplain Roeder, ihis year's sex'l'e'l' won Iwo, lied one, and
losf six games 'lo lie for eighfh place.
Burgard defealed Maslen in 'lhe inaugural, 3-I. In lhe nexl game, however,
Maslen defeafed Hufchinson by fhe same score.
Againsi 'lhe championship Bennell aggregalion, Masfen losl 6-Og buf againsl'
Technical and Grover Cleveland, Cafarell lallied Iwo goals lo give Maslen a lie and
a win respeclively.
In lhe following encounlers, Masfen losl' +0 Soulh Park, 2-Ig Easl, I-0: Riverside,
3-Og and in 'lhe final game againsl' our old rival, Lafayefle, I-0.
John Roeder was placed on 'lhe second All-High Team, and Cafarell received
Kennelh Cromwell is capfain for I937.
Ably coached by Allie Seelbach and Fred Schifferle, lhe previous year's cap+ain,
our l935 'lennis 'ream gained +hird place.
The leam was composed of l'he following boys-singles: Caplain Kayser, Gold-
s'l'ein, and Ross: doubles: Waldow and McMahon, Zeiller and Garbarino.
The compelifive season opened wifh Maslen conquering Riverside, 4 marches lo I.
We fhen beal Lafayelle, 3-2. Agains+ Easl' and BenneH we Iosl' I-4, and also againsl'
Grover Cleveland, 2-3. Afler This we won our remaining marches againsl' Souih Park,
3-2, Technical, 4-I, and Hulchinson, 5-0.
Charles Ross received 'lhe lhircl singles posilion on fhe All-High leam for his 'line
The I936 feam, led by Caplain Ross, McMahon, and Mifchell, singles: Siclell
and MacFarIand, Miller and Woodley, doubles: hopes l'o conlinue Maslen's 'line
lsr: S. Flanel, J. McMahon,
Caplain Ross, J. Mifchell, R.
2ncI: H. Schupp, Manager
Smilh, M. Knilfel, G. Gould,
R. Fernan, C. McFarlane, Mr.
Seelbach, A. Richfan.
3rd: N. Miller, I. Silverstein, S.
Sidell, S. Woodley, T. Beclrefl,
E. Farnham, M. Shapiro.
r X, BASEBALL
The I935 baseball feam represenfing Fosdick-Masfen was composed largely of
veferans, and fhe nine was considered a dangerous confender for fhe cup. Wifh such
regulars as Capfain Fischer, ouffielder: Jim Fremming, All-High cafcherg Irving Chrisf-
baum, firsf base: Wes Grundfisch, second base, Gordon Pleufhner, shorfsfopg and Paul
Kunkel, fhird base: we needed only a pifcher fo replace Fred Sfuhlmiller, of no-hif,
no-run fame. However, George Neuner, who originally played fhe ouffield, fook over
fhe mound dufies in an efficienf manner.
Opening fhe season againsf Lafayeffe, we gof off fo a flying sfarf by winning
7-3. ln fhe second game againsf Riverside, however, we absorbed a sound I0-I
beafing. Masfen regained ifs winning ways again fo beaf Burgard in a close game,
6-5, and fhen buried Technical under a barrage of hifs fo score ll runs fo 5 for fhe
opposifion. In fhe nexf fwo games, fhe nine scored shuf-oufs over Peckham, 2-0, and
Benneff, I-0. George Neuner and Jim Fremming were baffery mafes for fhe Benneff
game, and Neuner gave Fosdick a no-hif, no-run pifcher for ifs second successive year
by duplicafing Fred Sfuhlmiller's feaf of fhe previous season. Backed up by fine
defensive work, and well handled by Fremming, Neuner allowed very few balls fo be
hif fo fhe ouffield.
Affer beafing Seneca, 8-4, our chances for fhe Cornell Cup loomed exceedingly
brighf, buf Soufh Park managed fo eke ouf a 2-3 friumph in a fine pifcher's duel.
From fhen on, Masfen had fo win ifs lasf fwo games foilaveia chance for fhe cup and
immediafely sef ouf fo do fhaf by blasfing ouf a I0-7 win over McKinley.
Before fhe final game, Easf and Riverside were fied for firsf place, and Masfen
had fo defeaf Easf fo force a fhree-way fie. The game was heralded as a baffle
befween fwo no-hif, no-run pifchersg namely, George, Neuner and Bill Brenner of Easf.
However, a leffhander sfarfed for Easf and fhe score was 3-I before Brenner replaced
him. From fhen on each feam foughf evenly wifh Masfen winning 5-2 fo fie for fhe cup
and gain 8 poinfs foward fhe Williams Trophy.
In recognifion for fheir fine work, George Neuner and Jim Fremming were placed
on fhe All-High firsf feam.
This spring over fiffy candidafes, led by Capfain Grundfisch, furned ouf for fhe
nafional pasfime. However, Capfain Wes Grundfisch was forced fo leave school, and
Gordon Pleufhner, fhird baseman, was elecfed capfain in his place.
The probable lineup includes: Hawn, firsf base, Amigone, second base, Bernbeck,
shorfsfop: Pleufhner, fhird base: Turnbull, Bufler, Nolfe, and Schleifer in fhe ouffieldg
Deahna, cafcherg Beaffy, Fremming, Fries, Kruse, and Pasfein, pifchers.
lsf: J. Turnbull, J. Bufler, H.
Hahn, W. Grundfisch, B.
Nolfe, C. Deahna, R. Frem-
2nd: Manager Barfsch, N.
Amigone, R. Murphy, J.
Beaffy, Capfain Pleufhner, L.
Bernbeck, J. Schleifer, Mr.
3rd: K. Elsie, G. Scherger, M.
Siegfried, F. Kruse, C. Pasfein,
J. Thedorf, R. Fries, R. Trendle.
I. Baffer upl Jimmy Bufler
ready 'ro fake a healfhy cuf
2. Gordie Pleufhner af fha
3. Clarence Deahna behind
WILLIAMS CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY STANDING
Cross- Foo+- Swim- BasIIe+- Base- To+aI
Piece Schools Golf Counfry IaaII Hockey ming ball Track Tennis ball Poinfs
I 553+ 2V2 9 2V2 s 5 7 9 s 59
2 Benneff 8 6 4V2 9 6 5 8 3 58y2
3 Fosdick W2 7 9 3 2 9 7 I3 54V2
4 Lafaye'He 7 3 4If2 6V2 7 3 6 I 45
5 Technical W2 s W2 W2 3 2 2V2 2 4I
5 Hufchinson 2V2 4 W2 I a 5 I W2 38112
7 Riverside 4 5 I 5 4 5 ZVZ 8 37If2
8 Grover Cleveland I I 8 2 I 8 5 4If2 3IV2
9 SoufI'I Park 9 2 ZVZ 4 x I 4 6 30V2
x Did noi compe+e.
WILLIAMS CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY STANDING
Cross- Foo+- Swim- Baskef- Base- Tofai
Place Schools Golf Counfry ball Hockey ming ball Track Tennis ball Poinfs
I Benne'H 7V2 BVZ BV2 9 9 2V2 45
2 Easi' 5 8If2 7 5 6V2 7 39
3 Lafayeffe 4 5 5V2 6If2 6V2 7 34If2
4 Sou+h Park 7'f2 ZVZ BVZ 8 4V2 2'f2 33V2
5 Riverside 9 I 4 W2 4V2 4V2 29IA2
6 Hufchinson 2If2 4 ZV2 I 8 9 27
7 Technical 6 6 5If2 4 2V2 I 25
s Fosdick 2V2 7 I 2V2 M 4V2 20
9 Grover Cleveland I ZV2 2V2 2If2 I 7 I6If2
Sealed: Phyllis Herrick, Mary
S+e'Fano, Belly Gasser.
Standing: Miss Offe, Alberta
Eckdahl, Anne Horvafis, Val-
Silencel A whisllel Then lhe girls' baskelball season had begun. The girls
lurned ouf in surprising numbers for one of fheir favori+e spor+s. By ihe end of 'lhe
season, lhe beginners were well advanced in fhe knowledge of lhe game. The sopho-
mores, iuniors, and seniors were divided info leams in 'lheir own divisions wi+h a
special color 'For idenfificalion. Towards The end of fhe season, 'lhese +hree divisions
played each ofher, fhe juniors and seniors being vic+orious. Then 'lhese 'lwo +eams
played, and lhe seniors were defeafed by decisive scores.
From lhe iuniors and seniors, Miss OH'e and Miss Kreig, physical direclors, picked
Yellow and Blue leams. The Yellow +eam, caplained by Eva Fears, included 'lhe
following players: Gladys Hol+on, Alice Holm, Mary Feider, Eileen Sco++, Charlo'He
Mols, Doris Schlosser, and Edilh Gould. The Blue Team, caplained by Mary Sfefano,
was composed of fhe following players: Alberla Eckdahl, Valdese Peeler, Belly
Gasser, Maurine Kurlz, lda Edwards, Phyllis Herrick, and Anne Horvafis.
The games which followed were exciiing and led from one lhrill 'lo anolher.
However, lhe Blue 'leam came oui' on lop wilh lhe winning scores of 2l +o I2 and
25 +o 22. High scorers were Gladys Hollon, Alberla Eckdahl, Mary S+efano and
As 'lhe season has drawn fo a close, we look forward again +o +he +ime when
fhe nexl' season of baskelball will be ushered in.
Sealed: Doris Schlosser, Eva
Fears, Alice Holm.
Slanding: Eileen Scolf, Mary
Feider, Charlofle Mols, Edilh
Gould, Gladys Hol'l'on, Miss
Isf L Hecfor D. Schurr, G.
Haier G Holfon E. George,
2nd S Helper R. Sfoesser, R.
Bmgeman Capfain Gasser,
Capfam Schulfz A. Miclnalalxes,
C Jerrls J Laslzer.
3rd B Smnfh S Lux, R. Pache,
A Eclcdahl J Dull, G. Radke,
E Hanson R Smifh, T. Hor-
4fl1 M WOICIUSRI, V. Kessler,
B Swlff I Cooper, M. Hud-
ymka B Seggel M. Murczy-
nowsha L Marhowslra.
Almosf one hundred feminine afhlefes answered fhe cry fo "Play Ball!" 'fhis
season. Mosf of fhe players had a year's experience, hence a fasfer and beffer game
The fwo senior feams, led by Capfains Beffy Gasser and Ruby Schulfz, sfarfed fhe
annual series on May I9, wifh Ruby's feam winning 4-I. ln fhe nexf fwo games, Beffy
Gasser's feam refaliafed by scores of I0-6 and 8-6. They also won fhe following game,
9-7. However, Ruby's feam fied fhe series af fhree apiece by scores of I5-0 and I7-7.
Thus, on May I4, bofh feams needed fhe lasf game fo win fhe series. Ruby's feam
confinued ifs winning sfreak fo slug ouf an 8-6 friumph and win fhe series, four
vicfories fo fhree, for Beffy Gasser's feam.
In fhis series, fhe feams were paced by Genevieve Hiller, sfar cafcher, and
Beverly Smifh, pifcher, who lashed ouf nine hifs apiece. Emma Felmef, shorfsfopg
Rufh Pache, second base: and Beafrice Swiff, fielder: each gained eighf hifs, while
Marie Woicinski, shorfsfop: and Rifa Smifh, fielder, each hif seven.
The fwo junior feams, capfained by Eva Fears and Mary Sfefano, ended in a
fhree-all deadlock. Eva Fears' feam won fhe firsf fhree games by scores of 6-3, 7-4
and 9-7. Undaunfed, Mary Sfefano's feam rallied fo fake fhe nexf fhree games by
scores of 9-7, 5-4, and 9-7 fo fie fhe series.
The besf players from fhese fwo groups were fhen chosen fo represenf fhe seniors
and iuniors. On May l3, fhe game was played wifh fhe seniors coming ouf fhe vicfors,
Isf: M. Sfo Gra
Leclri. E. McGrafh A Garcia
R. Frey, N. Marlrs
2nd: E. Feeney J Wolen
schlaeger, D. Weber Capfaln
Fears, Capfaln Sfefano
Hcrvafis, A. Wollenschlaeger
3rd: O. Schmldf E Rabnroff
M. Allen, D Schlosser
Kurfz, E. Scoff L Paoleschl
l. Opel. J. Lewis
4fh: M. Gevirfzman E John
son, C. Hoefle B Reid
Gersf, I. La Ware M Millar
E. Eflrin, J. Palmer M Granf
1 yy -4
' f . 4
Isf: Marianne D'Angelo, Mary
Marina, Florence Bilifzlri, Belly
Maul, Madeline Gerber.
Znd: Edna Beiswinger, Mildred
Hoffman, Marian Fox, Mar-
3rd: Marie Woianslza, Mariory
Doherfy, Shirley Helper, Max-
ine Helper, Rurh Sreinwachs.
HORSEBACK RIDING i mefffvlsr. gal!
The noveI+y of riding horses was innovaled af Mas'I'en Ihis year under +he lead-
ership of Miss OH'e. A well re resenled group of Masfen girls eagerly indulged in
fhis newly acquired privilege. The girls making ihe mosl' progress for 'Ihe iwo seasons
were: Shirley Helper, Mariorie Doherfy, Florence Bilihki, Madeline Gerber, Rulh
Sfeinwachs, and Marie Waicinslxi. On I'he ofher hand, Maxine Helper, Alice Need-
ham, Marianne D'AngeIo, and Marguerile Ga'I'h can very 'I'ru+hfully boas'I', if Ihey
wish Io, of fhe royal spills which 'rheir horses handed +hem, and which spills 'Ihey con-
sequenrly had +o lake.
This innovafion adds 'I'o 'Ihe many oppor+unil'ies offered l'o 'Ihe MasI'en girls, and
we hope 'I'ha1' if will be possible for fhe girls +o again have 'Iheir "ups and downs" nex+
Isl: R. Propis, S. Temple, K
Binder, M. Zboril, J. Hiemenz
D. Miller, R. Bingeman.
2nd: I. LaMare, H. Marlrs, G
Holfon, S. Mish, E. Gould, V
Gerlach, L. Kellner, M. Krushel
3rd: B. Sauer, J. Kennedy, M
Sioll, A. Horvaiis, D. Weber
E. Edwards, L. Conroy.
Many of our Masfen mermaids foolc advanrage of fhe aliler school swimming
classes al School No 3I Ihls year There were beglnnners and swimmers classes
each Friday A+ Ihls hme fhe girls were aided by Iheir compelenr lns'I'ruc+or Miss
Moore who did much in improving +he srrokes and speed of fhe girls
The swimmers hope +o organize 'Ieams in Ihe near fulure A Sophomore and
Senior meer will be arranged in which bofh reams will compere wllh one anorher
Since Ihe Mas'I'en girls have been handicapped by Ihe lack of a swimming pool
fhey deserve much credir 'For displaying Ihe +rue Masfen spurul by aHending each
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Isl: BeI+y Goodman, Emma
Felmef, Marian Meyer, Alice
Kaminslra, Belly Gasser, Gladys
Holion, Rulh Bingeman.
Znd: Evelyn George, Carol
Slurm, Hilda Jacobson, Bea-
frice Reid, Mary Millar, June
3rd: Mary Murzynowslra, Evelyn
Rabiroff, Mariory Doherly,
E I h el Hoffman, Florence
The coming of spring has again broughf MasI'en's sporlswomen ou'+ 'Io play Iennis
Lasl fall a Iournamenl was begun wilh +hir'ry-one prospeclive slars, bul because of
inclemenl' wealher il was poslponed +iIl 'Ihis spring.
The eighl' girls highes+ in Ihe +ournamen+ receive from 25 +o I00 poinls, accord
ing lo Iheir sfandings, fowards fheir alhlelic IeHer, wi'Ih 'Ihe champion receiving Ihe
maximum number, I00. 25 poinls are awarded lo lhe girl who plays one singles sei'
and one doubles sei' and who aHends all praclices.
One may parlicipale in Ihis sporl wi'rhou+ any previous experience, as Miss Kreig
and Miss OHe leach Ihe rudimenls of Iennis lo beginners. The lessons begin afler
lhe ofher spring sporls are finished and include fennis Iheory and slrolxing.
The number of girls lurning oul' lhis year for lhe mosl' popular of spring sporls,
volleyball, was by no means small.
The capfains of fhe four iunior-senior volleyball 'reams were: Julia Dill, Bealrice
Swifl, Gilberline Siedler, and Mary Murzynowslra. The players of Julia Dill's leam
proved lheir supremacy by winning lhe maiorily of lhe games of lhe series.
The four sophomore reams were caplained by: Irene Daucher, Sarah Mish, Rulh
Sfeinwachs, and Josephine Kennedy. Sarah Mish's +eam proved lo be superior 'lo +he
ofher sophomore reams, affer having los+ only one game.
Julia Dill's junior-senior leam emerged as viclor from a series of 'Iwo games
played belween her leam and +he viclorious sophomore leam of Sarah Mish. The
scores were I5-5 and I5-I3. Q
Isl: Ann Helxierl, Ann Troian-
owslri, Caplain Sarah Mish,
June Heimenz, Sophie Gra-
Znd: Audrey Dobbins, Grace
Salley, Janef Szmanslri, Alice
Holm, Ida Edwards.
3rd: Winifred Hoffman, Rulh
Wroblewslra, Clara Kuczlxowslza,
CALL TO YOUTH
We sfood upon fhe moving ship
Our faces foward fhe breeze
Our arms enfwined
Our hearfs aglow
Youfh forward, ever forward!
Greaf deeds are waifing fo be done
Why do we farry here?
Are we afraid,
Shirk we fhe fask?
Then hasfen, ever forwardl
God sighs upon our fumbled hair
Upon our flushed cheeks.
Have you fhe courage?
Our eyes glinf "yes"
Then sfrive on, ever Forward!
Our fasl: is greaf, for gaze around
On all sides, devasfafion.
The filfhy poor,
The corrupf rich,
Delay nof any longer!
We cry ouf "Don'+ fhe wrefched see
The folly of degradafion?
They are many,
There is enough,
Why do fhey sif so humbled?"
The world is waifing for ifs youfh
If calls wifh oufsfrefched arms.
l hear a beaf
Of framping feef.
The youfh have answered
They are coming!!!
ALPHA IOTA CHI SORORITY
Alpha Iofa Chi Sororify was organized in l923 for fhe purpose of promofing
fhe sfudy of fine arfs.
The social funcfions of fhe sororify during fhe pasf year have been numerous.
A dinner parfy af fhe Savarin Cafe began our fall acfivifies. We were hosfesses af
a Chrisfmas "gel'-'l'ogefher" of fhe four chapfers af fhe King Arfhur Resfauranf. A
farewell luncheon was given in honor of Frances McKinley af Laube's Old Spain. Our
dance af fhe Dellwood Ballroom and our card parfy af fhe Coca-Cola Hall were huge
successes. A spring formal is fo be held af fhe Alhambra and fhe dinner for fhe
graduafes will be held af fhe Lovejoy Resfauranf. The members will spend fhree
weeks af Angola fhis summer.
lsf: Geraldine Behm, social
chairman: Rifa Ramsfein, freas-
urerq Dorofhy Offerman, presi-
denfq Beffe Maul, secrefary:
Efhel Scholler, vice-presidenf.
Znd: Eileen Tessmann, Alice
Schifferli, Mary Millar, Beffy
Sorger, Virginia Allen.
3rd: Dolores Prisdell, Janice
Mefzger, Mariorie Bailey, Bea-
'lrice Reid, Bernice Young.
lsf: Alma Duringer, freasurer:
Beffy Hofsfadfer, presidenfg
Miss McCabe, adviser: Hilda
Lamm, vice-presidenfg Bernice
2ncI: Isabelle Ahern: Alice
Wilkg Ella Walfer, sergeanf-at
arms: Anne Horvafis.
ALPHA KAPPA SORORITY
Alpha Kappa Sororify was organized in l92l for fhe purpose of promofing
liferary and social acfivifies among fhe members.
The social acfivifies fhis year began wifh a Rush Tea, followed by a successful
card parfy. As in previous years, a Thanksgiving baskef was given 'lo a needy
family. The annual pre-examinafion dance was given af fhe Dellwood Ballroom. A
Spring Rush Parfy was followed by a formal inifiafion, including a luncheon af King
Arfhur's Resfauranf and a fheafer parfy. In March a Bingo Parfy was given af fhe
home of Ella Walfer. The girls infend fo spend fwo weeks af Long Beach fhis summer.
The members of Alpha Kappa wish fo fhank Miss McCabe for her able assisfance
during fhe pasf year.
Isf: Gladys Ingalsbe, secre-
fary: Glenna Haier, presidenfg
Rufh Krauss, vice-presidenfg
Rufh Seifz, freasurer.
Znd: Jeanneffe Forfenbaughg
Dorofhy Kafes, sergean'I'-af-
arms: Mariorie Hausladen.
3rd: Marion Krushel, Lorraine
LaLonge, Nina Pieri, Jean
BEATA LITERARY SOCIETY
This year, as in fhe pasf 29 years, Beafa Sororify has fallen an acfive parf in
school life. We opened our season wifh a dinner wifh fhe passive chapfers af Love-
ioy's Resfauranf. Lafer we sponsored a successful card parfy af fhe General
Elecfric Building. In May fhe sororify gave a dance af fhe Dellwood Ballroom. To
honor fhe girls accepfed info fhe sororify in January, fhe members gave an inifiafion
fea af fhe home of our presidenf, Glenna Haier, and lafer held a luncheon af
The girls of fhe sororify sponsored fhe assembly of Friday, April 24.
We have had a very successful year wifh enjoyable meefings and delighfful
social evenfs. We are loolcing forward 'lo equally good fimes during 'lhe summer
and nexf school year.
BETA SIGMA SORORITY
Befa Sigma Sororify was organized in l9l8 fo promofe friendship among fhe
The season was opened wifh a fall rush parfy, followed by fhe formal inifiafion.
Successful acfivifies were fhe fall dance given af fhe Dellwood Ballroom, fhe
bridge luncheon given af fhe Fro-Joy Ice Cream Planf and our annual pre-BenneH
ln cooperafion wifh Edebfa Liferary Sociefy, fhe yearly New Year's Nigh+ dinner
dance was held af fhe Hofel Sfafler ba lroom.
A rush fea opened our second ferm's acfivifies wifh fhe formal inifiafion af 'lhe
Alhambra. A closed dance was also given honoring Befa Sigma graduafes.
Those admi'Hed fhis year were Dorofhy Pappas, Lois Quinlan, yMargaref Torgesson
and Emma Vlasish.
We wish fo fhanlc Miss Vickery for fhe able assisfance she has given during 'Ihe
Seafed: Cleo Knarr, vice-presi-
denfg Befh Hager, freasurer:
Lorraine Zenner, presidenfg
Jean Neiderprum, secrefary:
Jean Barfh, sergeanf-af-arms.
Sfanding: Emma Vlasich, Mar-
garef Torgesson, Dorofhy Ting-
ler, Dorofhy Pappas, Lois
ls+: John Roeder, freasurer:
Jack Fries, presidenf: Mr. Hell-
riegel, adviser: Arlhur Noble:
Znd: Kenneih Hines: Donald
Green: Arfhur Delaney: Jack
Niederpruem: Raymond Fries,
sergeanr- af - arms: S a m u el
3rd: Thomas McAuli'FFe: Ed-
ward McDannell, vice-presi-
denh William Coonly: Roberl
Owens: Jack Gorman: Waller
EDEBTA LITERARY SOCIETY
Edebia Lirerary Socieiy was organized in l9l2 for +he promorion of debafing
and public speaking.
On November 29, fhe 'Fral'erni'fy inaugurafed Hs social ac+ivi+ies by holding a
closed dance af ihe Lamp Posi' Lodge. A New Year's Nighl' dance was sponsored
in cooperaiion wi'I'h Bela Sigma Sororiiy in 1'he Holel Sfafler ballroom. ll closed
i+s successful year wifh a dance al' fhe Dellwood Ballroom on May firsf.
Edebfa also conducied a foofball rally, and 'rhe Junior Declamafion Conresi' held
The sociefy is greaily indebfed io Mr. Hellriegel for The keen inferesr and fine
cooperafion he has shown in +he pasl' year.
Is+: Glenn Kolbe: William
Drexler: Frederick Yule, vice-
presidenf: Alvin Tills, presi-
denf: Roberi Zier.
2nd: James Riley, sergeanf-ah
arms: Roy Gnann, ireasurer:
Louis Harwood: William Ul-
The purpose in founding 'rhe Fosdick-Masien Park Hi-Y Club was +o promoie
clean spor+s and fair play. Since ifs beginning ihe club has held sfeadfasily +o ihese
ideals in all phases of school life and has accomplished irs aims.
The acfivifies of lhe club during 'ihe pas? year have been varied. One of 'ihe
mosi' enioyable evenings during fhe season was fhe one on which fhe Club sponsored
a co-ed swimming parfy a+ rhe Humboldi' Y. The organizaiion also held an open
dance al' fhe Dellwood Ballroom in May. To close fheir acfiviiies of 'lhe year, 'ihe
Hi-Y boys are planning a iwo weeks vacarion af a summer resort
Sealed: Herberl Newman:
Thomas Smifh, secreiaryvlreas-
urer: Richard Barfsch, presi-
denlg Harold Blosah Roberl'
Slanding: James Murphy,
Richard Copeland, Carlfon
McFarlane, Norman Radlke.
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Pl KAPPA LAMBDA FRATERNITY
Pi Kappa Lambda Fralernily enioyed a successful school year, which began in
lhe fall wilh lhe mosl' evenfful inilialion of Herberl Newman and Richard Copeland.
Following 'rhe cuslom, Pi Kappa Lambda sponsored ils annual celebrily assembly wilh
Cap+ain Mellen rendering +he principal reminiscence.
Pi Kappa Lambda Thanks 'rhe sfudenf body for ils supporf in making 'lhe March
skaling parly a financial and social success.
Pi Kappa Lambda awards each year a gold key +o 'lhe senior oulslanding in
dramalics, public speaking and debale.
Represenlalives 'From l'he 'fra'l'erni+y were noliceable on +he slage, lhe CHRON-
ICLE and HILL TOPICS, lhe alhlelic leams, lhe cheer leading squad, in 'lhe orchesfra,
and among fhe senior officers.
Much appreciafion is due Miss Roberlson for her helpful services +o lhe
SIGMA GAMMA PHI FRATERNITY
Sigma Gamma Phi was organized in Seplember, l93l, in order +o elevale young
men morally, infelleclually, physically, and socially.
Sigma Gamma Phi has been parficularly aclive in social ac+ivi+ies +his year.
During 'l'he year fhey sponsored a skaling parly, a ra'FFle, and a dance, all of which
Our sympalhy is exlended fo fhe parenls and relalives of Gordon Willard, one
of our members who died This pasf year.
The 'fra+erni+y is looking forward +o giving +he Weidrich Award. Poinls 'For +his
award are given for sporls, music, scholas+ic slanding, and olher aclivilies in 'Ihe
school. The person having the highesf lolal of poinfs will receive +he award.
We hope 'l'ha+ lhe coming year will be 'lhe mosl' successful of +he fra+erni+y's
Sealed: Earl Hoffman: Lesler
Chrefien, freasurer: George
Kuhn, presidenl: John Palmer,
vice-president Theodore Hoy-
Slandingz Roberl Preis: Leo
Forsier: Roberf Forlenbaugh,
SIGMA THETA Pl SORORITY
Sigma Thefa Pi Sororify has enioyed a mosf successful year. Among our acfivi-
fies, fwo rush parfies were held af which fhe following girls were admiffed fo fhe
sororifyz Grace Menge, Rufh Noble, Jean Morgan, Geraldine Schleifer and Janef
Sindel. November 8, l935, we held an open dance af fhe Dellwood Ballroom which
was followed by a raffle on December I9. Af fhe Humboldf "Y" we held a swim-
ming parfy in February which wenf over wifh a big splash. On March 26, I936, we
sponsored a Bingo Parfy and Dance, followed by fhe cusfomary formal inifiafion held
af fhe Park Lane on March 30. Af presenf, plans are being made for a closed dance
fo be held in fhe near fufure.
Isf: Alice Needham, ser-
geanf-af-armsg Eleanor Goff-
hardf, 'rreasurerg Beverley
Smifh, presidenfg Genevieve
Hiller, secrefary: Jane Flick-
2nd: Jean Morgan, Kafherine
Manfi, Janef Sindel, Grace
3rd: Mariorie Sfuder, Rufh
Noble, Phyllis Schupp, Marie
Wells, Vlasfa Hudecek.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." Wifhouf diversion school life
would be very dull indeed, and in Fosdick-Masfen we owe much fo fhe sororifies and
frafernifies who sponsor fhese oufside parfies, open, for fhe mosf parf, fo fhe sfudenf
The prominenf sororifies and frafernifies in fhe school have been organizing from
I900 on up fhrough fhe years fo 'rhe presenf fime. Some have as fheir purpose fhe
promofion of fhe sfudy of fine arfs, fhe promofion of school acfivifies, fhe encourage-
menf of good sporfsmanship and fhe creafion of good fellowship among fheir mem-
bers. Ofhers aim fo sfimulafe liferary inferesfs and friendship among sfudenfs, and
fo mainfain fhe frue Masfen Park spirif in scholasfics and afhlefics. Sfill..ofher.s'were
organized fo uphold fhe ideals of friendship, leadership, and sporfsmanship, and 'fo
furfher debafe, public speaking, and scholarship.
Throughouf fhe year fhe sororifies and frafernifies make much use of fhe Dellwood
Ballroom and ScoH's Roller Rink. They have discovered fhe excellency of fhese
halls for social parfies, and needless fo say, fhe acfivifies are usually very successful.
Numerous resfauranfs fhroughouf fhe cify have been pafronized for formal and infor-
mal luncheons and dinners given by fhe various groups.
All fhe sororifies and frafernifies are fo be congrafulafed upon fhe fine coopera-
'Hon fhey have shown in fhe pasf years among fhemselves and fo fhe school. lf is
Masfen Park's sinceresf hope fhaf fhey will confinue fo be groups beneficial fo fhe
BroadcasT of NineTeen ThirTy-Six
P and w
Good evening, Tolks. We are broadcasTing TonighT from The marble walled
plaTTorm of sTaTion S-U-C-C-E-S-S aT Fosdick-MasTen Park High School in The hearT
of BuTFalo. WhaT beauTy, whaT glamour, and whaT conveniences! On my righf, as
I gaze dazingly, I see The mosT luxurious swimming pool lreservoirl, on my leTT, beau-
TiTully smooTh, paved highways lNorTh STreeTl: in The TronT, shining green grass
lcampusl. You can'T imagine, my Triends, whaT a peaceTul sighT iT is! Why, Through
The sky-line composed oT The armory, noiseless sTreeT cars, and PWA chops, I hear
birds singing. Ohl iT is caressing. I only wish my radio audience were here. Well,
on wiTh The show-.
The Hersey Bars OrchesTra, under The direcTion of Mr. Geiger, has iusT played
The opening number TeaTuring ThaT glamorous sTar oT The evening, Drusilla H. STengel,
singing To all you sTudenTs, "My Time ls Your Time."
Now, Tor The TirsT Time on The air, we presenT To you FalTer Windshield and his
glass-breaking gossip. Here he is, Tolks--.
"Good evening, Trans. ln looking over TonighT's paper, I see ThaT
I. Larry Wilson resigned from The Boy ScouTs To go Girl ScouTing.
2. Harold Cox was a chemisT buT he is no more, Tor whaT he ThoughT was
H,O was H:SO,,.
3. Jane Flickinger has sTocked up wiTh ITALIAN BALM To geT ThaT "Chap" oTT
4. Some smarT ALECK, who ThoughT he was a FISCHER, wenT Tishing and
caughT a BASS. "l WUNDER," said he all WARREN ouT, "iT This Tish
TasTes beTTer wiTh BEER," ANDREW from his pockeT a PITZL.
5. Miss Anne Ryan, ex-Teacher of F. M. P. H. S., boughT The Wiggly Gum
Company and has had iT burned To The ground.
6. Nicholas Di Rosa won The world "grouching bouT" TiTle.
7. Joe BaTTaglia grew a mousTache To succeed Clark Gable as HoIlywood's
mosT sensaTional male.
8. Morris Mills is noT one oT The Mills BroThers, much To our sorrow.
9. GiIberT Bass has been made ambassador To Russia and is kindly asked To
page se enTy Two
I0. Harold Osfer, edilor of l'he BuFFalo Sour Chasm, is sewing senlence because
he beli'Hled lhe sessions of Congress by saying lhey were uninieresling.
Il. Pleslcow, Greenberg, and Barlsch, ex-F. M. P. H. S. ieer leaders, now hold
posilions as barkers al Za+ler's worlh-no-more counler.
l2. Bob Jefliords won a scholarship 'lo Sing Sing. However, he finds if dilificulf
+o sing because he's always behind a few bars.
I3. Bill Whelan nol only enjoys swimming, buf also has an ear and eye 'for
music. lAufhor's explanalionlz Firsl' he wenf for Jane, lhe bass violinist
lhen 'for Lois, lhe clarinel'is'l'. Who nexl? Kale Smilh?
I4. Paul Weegar has secured a posilion over Uncle Ezra's Program1Give a
fool on 'lhe Pauly, Weegar.
-THAT'S ALL, FOLKS---
Now we inferrupl lhis program fo give a lilrlle lesl' 'lo all our radio lisleners.
The winner of +his conlesl will receive SI0,000 in cash. Jusl answer lhe 'Following
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF
I. Arlhur Fischer became a preacher in some Sunday School?
2. Vilo Giallelo became a rabbi?
3. Our gradualion piclures really came oul' good?
4. Ri'l'a Ramslein ale lunch?
5. Irving Wunder slopped fallcing?
6. Mr. Geiger weren'+ so +emperamen+aI?
7. Miss Slengel didn'+ have a ready smile?
8. The alhlelic budgel' were up +o par?
9. Allie Seelbach fool: a resl?
IO. Mr. Luebben were nol' so sociable?
I. Broke lhe camera al' Ben Swan's, when gradualion picfures were lalcen?
lHow aboul' il, Charlie Andrew?l
2. ls +ha+ leacher lmalel wilh a voice 'rhal' penelrales all five floors of our
building simullaneously? b
3. Are 'lhose Iwo senior boys, always seen logelher, who loolr enough alilxe
lo be fwins and who have an endless smile on +heir lips?
Lasl' week six Maslen leachers won prizes in a conlesl' presenled over lhis s+a+ion.
Following is a Iisl' of lhe prizes and winners:
I. Airplane for Miss Pierman lalias Amelia Earhardll.
2. New Ford 'For Mr. Luebben.
3. Carlon of gum for Miss Swannie.
4. A magic wand for Miss Duschak lwhich by a wave of lhe hand can change
naughly boys inlo good onesl.
5. A lwin sis+er 'For Miss O'Meara, lo aid her in her greal enlerprises.
6. A noiseless fypewriler for Miss Fraser, 'rhe office slenographer, for 'lhe bene-
E+ of lhe office moni+ors.
Now I wish lo presenl lo you, dear radio audience, lhal famous philosopher
and adviser, 'lhe Choice of Experience.
CHOICE OF EXPERIENCE:
Good evening, radio fans.
Tonigh+'s firsf IeHer is from a worried molher. She says 'I'ha'I her son, Glenn
Kolbe, goes dancing al Ihe Dellwood every Friday nigh? and re+urns home wilh his
eyes filled wiih Iears.
My son, whal' I have lo say is meanl especially for your ears. D-E-L-L-W-O-O-D
does noi spell B-A-N-K. Deposil your quarlers elsewhere. Do noi' Ihink Ihal' all
girls fall for blonds. Forgel if noi fhal Ihe Dellwood is a hall for ballroom dancing,
noi Ice dancing.
Miss Florence Davis, affer reading your Iragic IeHer, I should advise you +o
leave immedialely for Hollywood. Your Ialenl will be wasled elsewhere.
Sheldon Greenberg, do no+ elope wi+h 'rhis Selling girl. Wai+ un'riI you are a
college cheerleader. This will solve your financial problem.
I shall close my program wilh a few words Io Alvin Tills. A few of your admirers
have senf me money Io send you away Io I'he "Punk Operaiic AssociaI'ion." I
suggesl' you leave immedialely.
Now Ihe Hersey Bars Orcheslra goes inlo ils music, playing an all requesl'
I. You Push I'he Firsl' Valve Down .,...... i T
2. I Play Fiddle for I'he Czar ...,,, . .. ilnnll
3. I'm a Dreamer. ,......,..,...,.,............., .
4. Take Me Our I'o lhe Ball Game ,.,..,..
5. You Hil' Ihe Spol. ,. ..,.,,. ..,.,..,..... .
6. I Feel Like a Fealher in Ihe Breeze .,.,....
7. Please Believe Me . ., .. . ,.
8. If I'm 'Ihe Presidenf .... . ....,,. ,..,.,..,.,,. ,
9. I'm in I'he Money ,..,. . ........,. .. ,.,. ..,.,.,. .
I0. Am I Gonna Have Trouble wifh You? ,......
II. Kiss Me ,.,. ., ........ ....... ...... .,.. . . .
I2. Red Ties in Ihe Sunsef. . .......,. . ...,.,
I3. Way Down Upon Ihe Swannie River .,.. .,..
I4. You're All I Need, ,.... ,.......,........,.......,... .
Now we shall have some poelry.
I saw a girl Ihe olher day
Whose face was Ihe shade of hay:
Her feel' were swollen: her voice was harsh.
.. .. .Adrian Pleskow
.. .,,. ...Mr. Heck
. . Mr. Rovner
,. Gilberl' Bass
. ..Irving Wunder
,. . .Mr.'Rober+s
. Miss Swannie
Whar was wrong? Dancing wilh Dick Barisch.
Good evening, ladies and genflemen. Our program comes Io a close wilh 'Ihe
Hersey Bars Orcheslra playing ils Iheme song, "I'm SiHing High on a HiII'I'op."
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A TALE OF TWO PRETTIES
Once upon a lime lmaybe lhis lerml lhere were lwo charming and ullerly delighl-
ful girls here, lorlunalely, al Maslen. Now lhese lwo girls lmaybe Rulh Boekman
and Rulh Bingemang lhough I doubl ill had more lhan one lhing in common, bul nol
so lar as I know, more lhan one lhing nol in common. Ill you have lo re-read lhe
loregoing senlence lo gel ils meaning, excuse me. l couldn'l lhink ol any simpler
grouping of words wilhoul gelling inlo lhe lwo-bil class.l
As you know, a quainl and allogelher commendable cuslom ol our school is lhal
allernoons a girl should be escorled home or lhereabouls by a Fosdicker. lThis is
irrelevanl: bul I've never walked Evelyn George lurlher lhan lhree blocks, and I
doubl if you havell Our heroines ll have delinilely decided: lhey are nol R. B. 8:
R. B.l followed lhis cuslom. Homeward bound, lhey slumbled along wilh one of us
lmeaning you or mel.
However, an especially observanl person IAI. Anscombe?l mighl have noled a
slighl dissimilarily in lheir appearance. One lmaybe Arline Beier: lhough slill I
doubl ill handed books lo her escorl lnol mel lo carry. The olher handed lhe
lucky lnol youl one lshe mighl have been Dorolhy Ollerman, lhough l guess noll if
anylhing lhe air.
And so lremember lasl Seplember7l lime did ils duly. Came lhe dayl
The day ol reckoning!
And on lhal day slood our lwo girls lnol R. B. 8: R. B.l one wilh lhe olher.
ll said our lwo girls, bul if you lake advanlage ol whal I said il's plagiarism.l
Their cards were in respeclive hands. Eyes gleamed wilh excilemenl. Soon
would lhey look al lhe place where you lnol necessarily youl look, and lhen would
lhey know. Time dripped. The day resled. Ullimale disclosure approached on
muffled wings. lThere's no use gelling exciledg I'm in lhe same box you are: lhe
suspense is killing me. Besides, allhough I'm leading up lo a smashing climax, iusl
one second belore il reveals ilsell I inlend lo quil.l
Firsl, in lhe order which would be expecled, lhe lirsl one looked al her card
lirsl. She was lhe one lnol Mary Honeychuckl who had done her homework. Do
you lhink she passed?
Skip il lhen. I don'l know eilher.
And nexl, nexl, ah nexl, Joe Weber and Jane Flickinger, Bill Halpern and Bob
McDougal, and lhe olher 'Four who boughl a copy, our heroine lmore mine lhan yoursl
looked llhe slick way she lowered her lashes lo do lhe looking inclines me lo suspecl
il was Lorraine Zenner: lhough perhaps il wasn'll al hers. I repeal lhe queslion:
lremember, she dicln'l carry, by proxy even, any books homel do you lhink she passed?
l'd appreciale some lhoughl on lhal. You see on whelher she passed or nol
depends lhe decision of any possible crilics as lo whelher lhis lable has any moral
or nol. -
Thank you lwo much.
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We predicl a shorlage of business-Trained young men
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SCHOOL SUPPLIES - CANDIES
CIGARS - SMOKER'S SUPPLIES
'felt' CL. 5556 248 High Slreef Buffalo, N. Y.
When Enferfaining - Serve
STELLERS ALMOND RINGS
80 Besf Sf.
We Deliver GRanf 9I48
We Carry a Full Line of School Supplies Serving Buffalo Since I9I6
N. H. M.
N. H. MandeIkern's Sons
-soo BROADWAY wA. osoI
Wholesale Hosiery, Nofions, Sfaiionery
SCHOOL SUPPLIES ICE CREAM
ss D .I s.
THINGS we CAN oo WITHOUT 0 ge '
I Brush Hair Cufs Ililre Arnold
CUPS, MEDALS, PRIZES, CLASS PINS
3. Jane Beer and Howard Flickinger
4. Mr. MiIIer's pufrid puns
5. 58 Minuie Classes
6. Fighfs aI' Dances
7. Raffle Tickeis
8. Joey Siegel's conceif
9. Scarlel' Nail Polish
Miss Swannie's Regenis
T. 81 E. DICKINSON
Giffs for The Graduafe
6I8-620 MAIN smear
E. FROHMAN, Mgr.
I293 Jefferson Avenue Bef. Easf Ufica and Laurel Sis.
Everyfhing for Ihe Well-Dressed Woman
COATS - DRESSES - MILLINERY
HOSIERY - CORSETS - GLOVES - LINGERIE
Charge Accounfs Inviled Green Sfamps Given and Redeemed
Open Monday, Friday and Safurday Evenings
Phone, GArfieId I 345
BU FFALO, N. Y.
THE PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS ANNUAL
WERE MADE BY
637 Main S+ree+, Buffalo
FeaI'uring Ihe New Movie LigI'1I' Apparafus
and Hs Effecfs in Modern Phoiography
NEGATIVES KEPT IN FILES 5 YEARS FOR DUPLICATE COPIES
J. COHEN BAKERY
Specializing in Rye Bread and Pumperniclcel
I8-26 Slrauss Slreel near Broadway JE. 0287
Buy Qualify :: Cuslom-Buill
Parkside l:lIlmOI'e B E D D I N G
Renovaling Our Specially
Besl' Worlcmanship Lowesl Prices
PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL OF DANCE
Bailey and Kensinglon Aves.
Over Sl1ea's Tlwealre
A. WUNDER MATTRESS
806 Jefferson Ave. WA 844l
Councilman George J. Young
Exclusive Bul No? Expensive
l3l4 Jefferson Ave.
Purelesl Milli, Cream and Dairy Producfs
A. F. HOLMES Jerris Confeclionery
DNRY sci-iooL sumlss
Delicious Home Made Ice Cream
UN. 3220 429 Kenmore Ave., near Englewood I38 Easi Ferry Shui
RAUCH 8: STOECKL PRINTING CO., INC.
Prinling of Every Descripfion
On or aboul May lsl', we will move lo our new home, l20 'lo l30 Elmwood
avenue, near Allen s+ree+.
All 'l'l1e machinery and equipmenl of bolh plan+s, now al IO7 Easl' Eagle slreel and
567 Wasliinglon sfreel' will be loca'l'ed in lliis line, spacious building. The consolidalion
of bolh planls, will: added equipmenl and experienced personnel, will enable us lo
give even be+'ler service 'rhan herelofore.
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Main af Ufica
BANOUETS - DINNER DANCES, E'rc.
Raies Reasona ble
Llncoln 8600 Managemenl'
Leafher Goods Co.
L. H. BEER, Presidenf
670-672 MAIN STREET
SCOTT'S ROLLER RINK
6I9 William SI. ll lk
l877 Seneca S+.
Flowers ScoH's Rinl: Caiers 'ro Privafe Parlies, Church
Organizafions, Schools, Clubs, Lodges and
'FOI' OCCBSIOTIS Sororifies. Renfed for Evening or
E. J. SCOTT, Manager CL 7I40 or GR 6l3O
DELLWOOD BALLROOM DELLWOOD LODGE
in Bu'FFalo Main Highway near Williamsville
Winfer season Sep+ember fo May Summer Season May +o Sepfember
Delighfful places of assembly for fhose
Personally conducfed by Arlhur J. Funk
Did you know fhaf Wal+er ScoH' is one of +he youngesl' leH'er men in school?
Did you know 'rhaf 'three-fourfhs of fhe boys af school wear Thom McAnn shoes?
Did you know +ha+ one-half of +he dramafic classes fried oul' for work a+ WBNY?
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BUICK, CADILLAC and LA SALLE
l565-l585 Main S+ree+ Buffalo, N. Y.
TEACHER OF PIANO
HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT GIVEN
Sfudioz 229 Sfockbridge Ave. Phone: PA. 3807
Jefferson Billiard Academy
L. A. Scharb, Prop.
l4I4 Jefferson al' Woodlawn
DOLLARS HAVE MORE CENTS
Kobler and Miller Co.
3l6-322 Genesee S+.
Easy Parking Open Evenings
Hours: 9 A.M. Io 5:30 P.M.. Mon. Xu Wed., 9 P.M.
Oculisls' Prescripiions Filled
Schwab Opfical Company
Broken Lenses Duplicaled wilhouf Prescripfions
898 Genesee S+., near Herman Buffalo, N. Y.
Jefferson 3821-V i Y ii Vi Peler F. Schwab
Dr. Percy L. Weegar
Wilhelm Prinl' Shop
THE GENESEE HERALD
Phone, CL. 36I2
6I6 Genesee Slreef a+ Jelilerson
Buy Your Graduafion Giff
Jewelers 81 Oplicians
Two Sfores Io Serve You
2I82 Seneca 3IB3 Baiey
PERCY N. MACKS, Mgr.
I035 MAIN STREET
A. Kohlbrenner, Prop.
William R. Birch Jay T. Baer
Pres. and Treas. Vice-Pres. and Sec'y. W H a
SCHUELE 81 COMPANY FLORIST
PGIHIS. Oils. V6Ff1ISl19S. BFUSIYGS Member Florisls' Telegraph Delivery
Painfers' Supplies Window Glass Assn'
GR 3374 I2-20 Summer Sfreel Genesee '
Privale Coachmen and
Phone Lincoln 3547
ALBERT G. FUZAK
Nexl Io General Eleclric Slore
I339 Jefferson Ave.
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AH'ernoon Bowling I5c, excepi' Sai.,
Sun. and Holidays
We Cafer Io Lady Bowlers and
Millers - Jefferson
l297 Jefferson Ave. LI. 9655
Busy Bee Confecrionery
Delicious High Grade Home Made
candy and Ice cream
Luncheons Served Daily
I3 I 4 Jefferson Gr. 9927
Living Room Suiles, Dining Room Suiles
Ranges - Rugs - Floor Covering
EIec'I'rical Refrigeraiion - Radios
"Furni+ure Malres 'rhe Home"
Luiz Furni+ure Co.
I48-I50 Easi Ferry Sfreef
a+ Chesfer, Two Blocks Easf of Ball Park
Harry G. Lu+z Phone, GArfieId 6632
Phone, Washingion I374-5
Coafs and Wraps
N. L. Kaplan, Inc.
Only Locaiion in Buffalo
403 Main Sfreef 528 Brisbane Bldg
For Appoinimenis Call Ga. 9746
Communiry Beaury Shop
MARION A. nnews
All Branches of Beau'I'y Cullure
I276 Jefferson Ave.
Special Discounf Given Io Sfudenfs
EDWARD J. ROSE
Arhleiic and Sporfing Goods
HIGH SCHOOL and COLLEGE OUTFITTERS
5 I -53 Genesee SIree+
BAND and ORCHESTRA
of Fosdiclc-Masfen Parlr High School
TO THE GRADUATES
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Fancy Baked Goods Try Our Famous Rye Bread
Phone, Wash. 6425
A. MUEHLBAUER, Jr.
Cakes and Special Baked Goods for All
388 Genesee STree+, Opp. PraH
Buffalo, N. Y.
7l5 Sycamore S+ree+
LI. 0779 9Il Jefferson Ave.
Joe KauTz, Cusfom Tailor
CLEANING . PRESSING . REPAIRING
Suifs +o' measure S22 and up
When You "Say H' WiTl1 Flowers"
on Gracluafion Day
"SAY IT WITH OURS"
Flowers by Wire
Phone Lafayeffe 7896
Where Gems and Gold Are Fairly Sold
JEWELER and SILVERSMITH
shingfon 3I75 55 E. Genese S+
Jim's Barber Shop
E. Ferry mf Mssren
Ask abouf our
wi+h The purchase of any
insTrumenT made by
GUITAR -:- BANJO
Complefe Ou'r'l'i+s from
S l 6.50
'l' play The insfrumenfs The
Three Sh-,resz Represenfafives for Wenem New Yo
304 MAIN STREET HOTEL STATLER 8K
260 DELAWARE AVE. DARQEL5
Music Cerner of weaem New York
couRT STREET 6+ PEARL
Acliviiies Edilor 4...
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Copy Edilor ........
Spor+s Edifor .........,.,..
Pholography Edilor .... ,.
Business Manager .,..,....,....
Girls' Circulaiion Manager ....
Boys' Circulalion Manager ......
Assislanl Copy Edilor .,....,.,..
Assisfanf Business Manager ......,.
'Assislanf Circulation Managers
gAIfred Anscombe R
Assislanl' Phofography Edifors
Nelson Harold Osler
Assisranf Ari Edilors
George Van Derven
. ,,.,..... Helen Seader
Lilerary Slaff: Howard Beer, Rulh Bingeman, Jane Flickinger, Sheldon Greenberg, Lucille Heclor,
Vlasla Hudecelr, James Miller, Herberf Newman, Elsie Pilzl, Doris Schurr, Rulh Seih, Thomas
Business Sfaff: William Halpern, Florence Hoffman, Theodore Hoyler, Edward Johannes, Paul Speyser,
Typisfsz Irma Geigle, Alfreda Kresse, Mary Slelmach, Harriei Szen, Anne Warren
Phofogra phy: David Wagner.
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William Thelss a a
Dealer an AI Eiss Service Slalion
sAusAeE . Mens . Pouunv ,582 Main S+ U 9896
85 I Jefferson Avenue
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SCHOOL SUPPLIES ICE CREAM
Bes+ and Elm
Fmsr cLAss CLEANING and Remains
CANDY CAKE 297 Sycamore We Call and Deliver
CANDY ICE CREAM
Wall and Jack s Meal' Marlcel'
John J. Lyon
'77 Riley Shed Jefferson Avenue, near Riley
L. N. ElIsworI'I1
I332 Jefferson Ave.
WALTERS 8: PRITCHA RD
35-37 NorII'1 a'I Linwood
Clarence F. Walfers Mearl D. Prifchard
Vulcan AspI1al'r Co.
I2 Wesi Urica Sfreei'
FLOORING and RESIDENCE ROOFING
HOME MADE ICE CREAM SHERBETS
PETER ECKHERT FUNERAL HOME
28 I Genesee S+ree+
Buffalo, N. Y.
Paul J. Speyser, Funeral DirecI'or
From a iasfy bile fo a 'full course dinner
BuiTalo's Leading Kosher
448 William Sfreef CL 9534
Leo Sauer Funeral Home
823 Genesee Sireei
F. W. Adams, Day Calls, Cl. 2452
John Feder, Nighf Calls, De. 4l99,
Fi. 3494, Li. 2607
Elecfric Power Equipmeni' Co.
New and Rebuili' Elecfrical
Cons+ruc+ion and Moior Repairing
Esiimafes Cheerfully Given
546 Michigan Ave.
CHARMAIN BEAUTY SHOP
Casmira Zalrrewslra, Proprieior
3I0 WALDEN Fi. 46II-W
Complefe Tire and Baifery Service
605V2 Besi Sfreef Corner Fox
FORD V-8 GR 3800
FORD CARS AND TRUCKS
See Us For Thai Good Used Car
Sales and Service
I245 MAIN STREET
J. EDWARD SMITH, PH. G.
834 Michigan Ave., Corner Burfon
Buffalo, N. Y.
F. L. FINKBEINER
230 Franklin S'rree+ Buffalo, N. Y.
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I2I5 Jefferson Ave. Buffalo, N. Y.
THE COURTLAND PRESS
224 Courtland Ave.
Phone Fi. 604I
Mr. and Mrs. I. Ullman
447 William Street
Philip Rosner's Sons
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
Fancy Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Etc.
25I Sycamore Street Corner Hickory
GArtieId 9978-9979 Prescriptions A Specialty
WoIcIman's Drug Store
JOSEPH H. WOLDMAN, Prop.
9l9 Jefferson Ave. Corner High
Hoehn 8: Sturm
HYGRADE MILK AND CREAM
253 E. Utica St.
Cottage Cheese Buttermilk
S 5 SI9.95
This Automatic Troy
given with the LANE
EAST SIDE'S LARGEST JEWELER
I I I8 Broadway
Conn Band Instruments Parmount Banio
Ludwig Drums Selmer IParisI Reed Instruments
Moth Prevention Week HOUSE
CI1eSf - 1- BAND and ORCHESTRA
INSTRUMENTS ot SUPREME
732 Main Buffalo, N. Y.
Huron at Washing! Sh.
JE. OI76-R 7I5 SYCAMORE STREET
T E D ' S
Ambricoal, Coal, Coke ancl Ice
Sold by Ton or BusI'leI Prompf Delivery
Proprielorz Thaddeus F. Wiiczalx
SOL. LENZNER CORP.
WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRINQ 630-638 Genesee S+. Buffalo, N. Y.
V Manufacfurers and Dis+ribu+ors of
I CARBONATED BEVERAGES
HEINTZ and HOYLER
22 W. Chippewa S+., Second Floor
Phone CL. 24Il or CL. 2412 for Quick Service
JAMES DI PASOUALE
COLD SPRING SHOE SERVICE
CL eveland 8544 I
I 606 JeFferson Avenue
GR- 7572 Class of 'I7
HAROLD L. HAGEN
24 Allen Sfreel
Kolb Prinfing Company
Ib! Mulberry Sfreei
w. c. DAMBACH, une.
ul-RICH at CO. 9142 MAIN STREET
A - O - K OPEN ALL NIGHT
363 E. Nor'II'l Si. I
A FORMER STUDENT
Class of 'I2
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or asnury cuurune
Mme. Eleanor W. Naish, Managing Direcfor
70-86 Wesi' Chippewa Bulhlo
Why Noi' Lei' Your Teachers Group Agenl'
Help Solve Your Insurance Problems?
The same service is available fo you and your friends on all 'Iypes of
Auromobile-All Forms Burglary, Thefi' and Larceny
Teachers' Occupafional Liabilify Teachers' Refiremeni Annuifies
Personal Accideni' and Heallh All Forms of Life Insurance
Fire and Lighining, Windsform and Fur Coaf. Personal Effecfs, and Travel
All Kinds of Bonds
TED E. BUERGER - Insurance
Former Masien Parker
407 Huniingfon Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y.
Tel. CL. 3324 Res., DE. 842l
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