Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)
- Class of 1935
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Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1935 volume:
Presented by the Senior
Class of Freeport High School
HE Class of 1935 dedicates this "Voya-
geuf' to Miss Maude L. Marealt, in ap-
preciation of her invaluable work as
director of dramatics and public speak-
ing, and in observance of this, her twen-
tieth year of teaching in Freeport
"All the World's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players."
HE WURLD, we say, is a huge stage upon which are
played many parts, and many acts. With the closing of
the school year, we, the class of 1935, complete another
act on the stage of life, and venture forth to another
We have played in our drama for four years. From
the first when we ,made our grand entrance, felt the
thrill of a first appearance, until now, when we leave
the stage of high school, we have each had a part as
members of classes and organizations. We have filled
the stage with our ambition and activity. Some of us
have been leaders, the stars of our company, while others
have had less outstanding roles, but all have been neces-
sary to the fullness and completeness of the play.
We share the success of our performance with our
directors, the faculty. From their wisdom and experience
on the stage of life, they have taught us how to play this
act of life, and have prepared us for greater parts.
But now, this act done, we must move on. There
is but one performance. Our troupe, which has played
so long together, must now disband, for "one man in his
life plays many partsn. In this act we have served our
apprenticeship. May we attain great heights, great dra-
matic triumphs, in all our future roles!
II. SENIOR HIGH
III. JUNIOR HIGH
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The dignity nf tvisdom bvlongs to Ihvni.
Thvy tvarh us mort' than just the lines tlwy
Une arf' tho pliant Clay from which they mold
Thi' 1-haravtvrs 14-hir-I1 :rv arf' to portray.
President, George C. Colyer
Leo Giblyn George Williamson
Fred S. Howell Frank Seaman
NCE more the silent wheels of Time their annual round have driven"
and once again it is our happy privilege to extend congratulations to a class
about to graduate from Freeport High School.
Class of 1935-yours has been a record of accomplishmentg you have met
the difficulties attendant upon your high school course unflinchingly and
smilinglyg in your activities outside the class room, you have "played hard and
fair" and have upheld the best traditions of your school. A thoroughly de-
lightful group, well worthy of an important place in the remembrance of those
whose privilege it has been to teach and those charged with supervision of the
business and educational policies and activities of your school.
Your Board of Education not only rejoices with you in the attainment
of a Hbeautiful goal with race well run," but wishes you God speed. May
success crown your every effort all through life and may you all enjoy full
measure of health and happiness.
GEORGE C. COLYER,
President of the Board of Education.
GREETINGS T0 THE CLASS OF 1935
You have had your part in the open stage of high school life. As student-
citizens led by the spirit of F. H. S. you have played with distinction various
individual roles and are now to take your stations in the complex drama ahead
of you, either in institutions of higher learning or in the community life and
As the final curtain draws on the scenes of your high school days, the
best wishes of the promoters, producers, managers, directors and coaches attend
you. Your high school has trained you for the attainment and preservation of
physical fitness, for the elevating use of leisure time, for productive work and
thrift, for the sustaining and abiding values of worthy home membership, and
for international good will and understanding. May each one of you play well
an active role of citizenship impelled hy a spirit of thoughtful, intelligent, al-
truistic service. Your richest happiness and truest success will come only from
a life lived well. b
If you would have people believe in you as men and women, continue to
develop those qualities that make for character.
With very best wishes,
JOHN W. DODD,
Superintendent of Schools.
T0 THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1935:
"Education is training the mind and the will to do the thing you ought
to do when you should whether you like it or notf'-Dr. Charles E. Barker.
It is often well at the end of a race for a runner to subject himself to a
conscious evaluation of his training and technique to see if his record could
have been improved. Dr. Barker has given to every member of your class
a measuring stick by which you, too, may with profit evaluate your successes and
failures as students in Freeport High School. College and business are demand-
ing today that men and women he the masters of their minds and wills.
This splendid Year Book, which you have so successfully used to mirror
the activities and achievements of yourselves and your fellow students, is the
product of trained minds and disciplined wills.
I have had the unique pleasure of working with most of you for a period
of six years. You undoubtedly represent the best and the finest that Freeport
High School has ever produced.
As you take up new duties and assume new phases of responsibility I wish
you health, good fortune, hard work, and enduring friendships.
M. M. MANSPERGER,
TO MY FRIENDS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1935-
Greetings and Congratulations-
If "all the world's a stage", then in this drama of life there must be some
part to he played by each one of you.
The successful actor on the theatrical stage, if questioned, will tell you of
the hours, days, months, yes and years which he has been obliged to spend
in practice and preparation before he could even start on his career. His
pathway to success has been hard and steep, and it has been necessary for him
ever to keep his goal in view, or he would have long since become discouraged.
Your school days, my young friends, have been the years of practice and
preparation which should make you ready for the opening of your career on
the world's stage.
I count it a real joy to have been privileged to share with you in your
work and play, your discouragements and successes of the past six years, and
no one will watch with keener interest than I how you play your part on the
stage of life.
"Act well your partg there all the honor liesf,
Remember me always as one vitally interested in you and in the attempts
which you make to reach your goal.
Your sincere friend,
RUTH E. COCHRAN,
'iMen1ory was giv-
en us that we might
have roses in Decem-
ber." Not for gold
would I exchange my
tions of Freeport
school life. To all
who ever called me
uteachern., to t h e
graduating class of
1935, and to the
Alumni Association I
extend sincere greet-
ings of appreciation
and friendship. In
the familiar words of
my favorite school
song, "Hail to dear
Great honor is due Mlss Caro
line G. Atkinson for the praise
worthy achievement of having
taught in the Freeport schools for
the past fifty years
John W. Dodd
Adele M. Stevens
Martin M. Mansperger
Ruth E. Cochran
Cora L. Bockoven
Velnette M. Sickels
Phebe R. Skidmore
Hilda M. Klinkhart
Caroline G. Atkinson
Florence M. Clark
Emelyn E. Lovelass
Mary F. Zabrowsky
Frances B. Dorilinger
Gladys R. MacArthur
Faith K. Hook
Cecil H. Ma Hood
Elizabeth W. Clowes
Dexter G. Tilroe
Willard W. Jones
K. Alice Hoerner
Sybil E. Sherwood
Mabel Q. Skinner
Paul M. Jordan
B. S.. A. M.. Columbia Univcrsityj
Ph. D., Nea' York University
B. S.. Ohio State Universityg A. M.,
A. B., University of Michigan
A. B., N. Y. S. College for Teachers
A. B., Park Collegeg A. M.. Colum-
A. B.. University of Rochester
A. B., N. Y. S. College for Teachers
A. B.. N. Y. S. College for Teachers
A. M., Columbia University
N. Y. S. College for Teachers
Nea' York University
B. S. New York University
A. B., Cedar Crest College
A, B.. Russell Sage
A. B.. Wellesley
B. S., Syracuse University
B. S., A. M.. Columbia University
A. B.. Morningside Collegeg A. M.,
Rhode Island Normal School
A. B., Syracuse University
A. B., Westminster College
A. B., Hiram Collcgef B. D., Col-
gate-Roch ester Divinity School
A. B.. N. Y. S. College for Teachers
A. B.. St. Lau'renc'e University
A. B., Ohio Universityg A. M., Mid-
A. B., Syracuse Universityg A. M.,
A. B., Middlebury College
A. B., N. Y. S. College for Teachers
A. B.. Geneva Collegej A. M., Col-
Secy. to Supt.
Asst. Secy. to Supt.
Secretary to Principal
Maud L. Marean
Dana H. Smith
Hazel A. Hack
Leva V. Robbins
Peter H. Frey
Mabel C. White
Ruth R. Marshall
Alice V. Davis
Ella M. Davies
Nellie S. Clark
Bertha A. Triess
Carlton 0. Tremper
William S. Hughes, Jr.
Adella A. Mattson
Marion E. Turk
Olive M. Swan
C. Glenn 0'Donovan
J. Wesley Southard
Irma M. Bates
Harriet R. Church
Vivian M. Wells
Arthur B. Meyers
Lily M. Waller
Maud E. Constable
T. Redmond McKenna
Gladys L. Derrick
Harold H. Mitchell
B. S., Syracuse Unircrsity
Ph. B., Muhlcnbcrgg A. JI., New
A. B.. Syracusf' Uizi-vmsity
B. S.. Columbia University
B. S., A. M., N. Y. University
B. S., Dickinson College
B. S., N. Y. University
A. B.. N. Y. S. College for Teachers
A. B., Elmira College
A. B., Bucknell University
B. S., Neur York University
New York University
Oneonta Normal School
B. S., Univ. of Pennsylvania
B. Ed., Keene Normal School
B. S., New York University
B. S., A. M., N. Y. University
Plattsburgh Normal School
Plattsburgh Normal School
A. B., Adelphi College
A. B., Syracuse University
A. B., Columbia University
B. S., A. M., Columbia University
B. P. E., Springfield College
B. S., Syracuse University
B. S., N. Y. S. College for Teachers
B. S., Syracuse University
Buffalo State Teachers' College
B. S., New York University
B. S., Columbia University
New Paltz State Normal
B. P. E., Springfield College
R. N., Rochester General Hospital
B. S., M. D., Syracuse University
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From far and lll'll7' we gather on this stagv,
With vvvry typo of playvr in our midst.
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Tlw rvst remain to do thvir lwvflvd bit.
Robert Keshefsky . . 92.96
Dixon A110 . . . 91.73
Margaret Deterling . 91.58
Charles Friedman . 90.91
Robert Kirchgessner 90.39
Senior Class Uffioers
Treasurer . .
Social Secretary .
C. 0. Representative
. Edna Bedell
. Mabel Licence
G. O. 1, 45 A. A. 3, 45 G. O.
Representative 45 A. A.
Council 45 Football 1, 2, 35
Track 3, 4.
G. 0. 2, 3, 4, Library Club
45 Debate Cflub 4.
Traffic Squad 15 Airplane
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 A. A- 3, 49
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3,
45 Class Basketball 2, 3, 45
FlasHingS 3, 45 Voyageur 4.
Basketball 2, 45 Hockey 3,
45 Tennis 3, 4, Captain 45
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ageur Typist 4.
Jr. National Honor Society
15 G. O. 3, 45 T aific Squad
15 Usher ' S ng Musicale
25 Fashi ow 25 Hi-Y
Club 3, , ouncil Repre-
sentati 4 ibrary Club 35
National Honor Society 45
G. O. 45 A. A. 45 Football 45
FlasHingS Associate Editor
45 Track 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Presi-
dent 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Class
Night Committee 4.
G. O. 3, 45 FlasHingS Col-
umnist 45 Voyageur Business
Staff 45 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45
Band 1, 25 Class Basketball
15 Hi-Y 3.
National Honor Society 45
G, O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 45 FlasHingS Report,-
er 45 Voyageur Typist 45 Li-
brary Club 3, 45 Fashion
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A. 45
Voyageur Business Manager
45 Fl.asHingS Reporter 45
Tennis 3, 4, Captain 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 National
Honor Society 45 Junior Na-
tional Honor Society 15 Class
Treasurer 25 Class President
35 Class G. O. Representative
45 Student Athletic Editor 45
Voyageur Literary Editor 45
Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball
2, 3, 45 Traffic Squad 1, 45
Class Basketball 1, 25 G. O.
Nominating Committee 1, 45
Vigilance Committee 35 A. A.
3, 45 American Legion Essay
Contest 1, 25 Class Night
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. O. Nom-
inating Committee 1, 2, 35
A. A. 3, 45 A. A. Council 4,
Secretary 45 Traffic Squad 1,
45 Usher 35 "Digging Up the
Dirt" 15 Drama Club 1, 25
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 45
Class Basketball 15 Swim-
ming 25 Science Club 45 Class
Secretary 45 Glee Club 15
Class Night Committee 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football
Manager 45 A. A. 45 A. A.
Council 45 Class Basketball
15 Track 45 Usher 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Science
Club 45 Track 4.
G. O. 3, 4,
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A. 3, 45
Traffic Squad 15 Track 2, 3, 45
Class Basketball 35 Usher 4.
Swimming 45 Football 2,
35 Class Basketball 2, 35
G. O. 2, 45 Glee Club 1, 3, 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A. 45
Football Manager 45 Traffic
Squad 45 Assembly Commit-
tee G. 0. Representative 45
Track 2, 3, 45 Class Basket-
ball 25 Usher 15 Swimming
l5 G. O. Nominating Com-
mittee 45 Biology Club 1.
G. O. 1, 29 A. A. 49 Foot-
ball 3, 49 Basketball 3, 49
Baseball 3, 49 Track 49 Usher
19 Mixed Chorus 19 Traffic
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 49 Fashion
v 4' X
f ff KMA-'Yxe 1 I tk , ,
BUTZGY, GLADYS if
G. O. 2, 3, 49 Debate Club
49 Baseball 39 Voyageur
Business Staff 49 Mathemat-
ics Contest 3.
G. O. 1, 2, 49 Track 3g
Class Basketball 2, 39 Swim-
ming 1, 29 Traffic Squad 49
"A Full House" 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 39 Track 3, 49
Swimming 1, 4.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 49 Basket-
ball 29 Intra-Mural Basket
ball 3, 49 Football 2, 3, 4
G. 0. 1, 2, 35 "Nothing But
the Truth" 35 "A Full House"
45 "Digging Up the Dirt" 15
Assembly Committee 45 Stu-
dent Junior High Editor 1,
Joke Editor 25 Drama Club
1, 2, 3, 45 A. A. Council 45
Gflee Club 45 Track Manager 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 35 Class Basket-
ball 1, 25 Drama Club 2, 35
Debate Club 2, 35 Band 2, 3, 45
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Circle
Club 3, 45 Library Club 3, 45
Glee Club 1, 35 Voyageur
G. 0. 2, 3, 45 FlasHingS
Typist 35 Tri-Circle Club 2,
3, 45 Class Basketball 1, 25
Fashion Show 1, 3.
G. O. 1, 25 A. A. 3, 45
Flasl-Iing'S 3, 4, Columnist 45
Hockey 3, 45 Track 45 Ten-
nis 45 Baseball 45 Traffic
Squad 15 Usher 1, 25 Glee
G. O. 45 Football 2, 3, 45
Track 3, 4.
G. O. 1, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3.
DAVIS, MARY ELIZABETH
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 15 Glee Club 25 Art
Club 25 Swimming 35 Usher 3.
G. O. 2, 3, 45 Library Club
3, 45 Glee Club 35 Hi-Y 45
Hockey 2, 35 Fashion Show 2.
National Honor Society 4,
President 45 Junior National
Honor Society 1, Vice-Presi-
dent 15 G. 0.1, 2, 3, 45 G. O.
Council 1, 4, Class Repre-
sentative 1, Secretary 45 G.
0. Nominating Committee 1,
2, 3, 45 Student 3, 4, Associ-
ate Editor 3, Editor 45 Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club
1, 2, 35 Science Club 3, 45
Class Secretary 35 FlasH-
ingS 3, 4, Alumni Editor 45
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Traffic
Squad 15 Girls' Week Com-
mittee Chairman 4.
DICKSON, MARY 'Q 377,
National Honor Society 45
FlasHingS Associate News
Editor 45 Voyageur Business
Staff 45 Class Basketball 25
Tri-Circle Club 3, 45 Library
Club 3, 45 Usher 3.
DI CARLO, PHILIP
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Science
Club 3, 45 Drama Club 45 De-
bate Club 3, 45 FlasHingS 35
Traific Squad 15 "Fanny's
Family" 25 "The Whole
Town's. Talking" 25 "Daddy
Long Legs" Technical Staff
35 "A Full House" 4.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 49 A- A- 2.
3, 45 Traffic Squad 45 Usher
45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 45 Spring Musicale
2, 3, 45 Class Basketball 15
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2,
3, 4, Captain 45 Swimming
1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 FlasHingS
45 Library Club 3, 45 Secre-
tary 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary
45 Tri-Circle 3, 45 Voyageur
Club Editor 45 Fashion Show
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. O. Nom-
inating Committee 15 Foot-
ball 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Basket-
ball 45 A. A. 3, 45 Mixed
Chgmrus 15 Class Basketball
G. o. 1, 2, 3, 4, A. A. 3, 4,
A. A. Council 4, Vice Presi-
dent 45 Traffic Squad 45
Usher 3, 45 Senior Class
Treasurer 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45
Football 2, 3, 45 Boys' Week
Committee 45 Class Night
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2,
3, 45 Track 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A. Coun-
cil 45 A. A. 3, 45 Track 2, 3,
4, Captain 45 Football 45
Class Basketball 1, 25 Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Di-
rector 45 Spring Musicale 1,
2, 3, 45 G. O. Nominating
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 45 FlasHingS
4, Typist 4, Reporter 45 Voy-
ageur Business Staff 4.
G. O. 1, 25 G. O. Nominat-
ing Committee 1, 25 FlasH-
ingS Typist 45 Glee Club 1,
45 Traffic Squad 1, 45 Assem-
bly Committee Publicity
Manager 45 Usher 45 Girls'
Week Committee 45 Class
Night Committee 4.
Squad 1, 45
7 39 4,
GAYN OR, JACK
National Honor Society 45
G-. O. 1, 2, 45 Voyageur Liter-
ary Editor 45 Debate Team 2,
3, 45 Debate Club 3, 4, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 3, G. O. Rep-
resentative 45 Drama Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 FlasH-
ingS 35 Glee Club 15 Traffic
Squad 15 Usher 15 "Digging
Up the Dirt" 15 "A Full
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2,
3, 4g A. A. 4, Stamp Club
1, 23 Airplane Club 1.
National Honor Society 4,
National Junior Honor Soci-
ety 1, G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 FlasH-
ingS News Editor 45 Tennis
2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 13 Ush-
er 35 Mathematics Contest 3.
G. 0. 1, 2, Band 2.
National Honor Society 43
Junior National Honor So-
ciety 1g Science Club 3, 43
Junior Traific Squad 13 Hi-Y
3, 4, Vice President 43 Band
1, 2, 3, 43 Class Secretary 1:
Class Basketball 3, 4.
. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Fashion
how 1, 3.
G. O. 1, 33 Class Basket-
ball 2g FlasHingS Typist 4.
G. O. 1, 25 Class Basket-
ball 25 Assembly Committee
45 FlasHingS Typist 45 Mixed
G. O. 45 Fashion Show 15
Tri-Circle Club 3, 45 Voy-
ageur Typist 4. u
G O 1 2 3 4 FlasI'IingS
Report 4 Voyageur Busi-
n s2S , Traffic Squad 45
bly ommittee 45 Class
JB sketbal 2, 3, 45 Library
, 4, reasurer 45 Mixed
orus 15 Girls' Chorus 45
Swimming 25 Fashion Show
1, 25 Usher 3, 4.
i JOKUMSEN, ETHEL
National Honor Society 45
National Junior Honor Soci-
ety 1, President 15 G. O. 1, 2,
3, 45 G. O. Council 3, 4, Vice-
President 3, President 15
Class President 25 Class
Vice-President 35 Voyageur
Photography M a n a g e r 45
Science Club 3, 45 G. O. Nom-
inating Committee 1, 3, 45
Band 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
45 Golf Team 2, 3, 45 Class
Basketball 45 Traffic Squad 1.
KITT D , EORGE
G. . seball 4.
Mixed Chorus 15 Girls'
G1-ee Club 2, 3, 4.
Traffic Squad 1, Mixed
G. O. 3, 43 Science Club
3, 4, Treasurer 45 Track 3, 4.
G. 0.1, 2, 3, 49 G. O. Nom-
inating Committee 2g Class
Vice-President 2, Student So-
cial Editor 4g Voyageur Class
Editor 43 FlasHingS 4, Class
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Hockey 2,
3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Mixed
Chorus 1, Usher 3.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, A. A. Coun-
cil 4, Drama Club 3, 4, G. O.
Representative 4, T r a c k
Manager 4, Flasl-IingS Cir-
culating Manager 4g Science
Club 4, Class Basketball 23
G. 0. Nominating Committee
43 Class Night Committee 4.
National Honor Society 43
G. O. 1, 2, 4, American Le-
gion Prize Speaking Contest
43 Assembly Committee
Chairman 43 Student Ex-
change Editor 4g Voyageur
Editor 4, G. O. Representa-
tive 4g "Digging Up the
Dirt" 1, "Fanny's Family" 2,
"Nothing But the Truth" 3g
Debate Team 2, 3, 4, Captain
43 Debate Club 3, 4, Vice-
President 3, Drama Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President
45 Traffic Squad 13 Class
Night Committee 45 Class
National Honor Society 4g
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. O. Nom-
inating Committee 1, 2, 3, 4,
A. A. 2, 3, 45 A. A. Council
3, 4, G. O. Representative 3,
4, Class Social Secretary 1,
4, Class Treasurer 35 Traffic
Squad Captain 45 Basketball
2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Swimming 1,
2, Science Club 3, 4, Sec-
retary 4, F1asHingS 3, 43
Voyageur Sports Editor 4g
Girls' W-eek Committee 45
Usher 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4,
Captain 45 Class Basketball
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Fashion
Show 2, 4, Library Club 43
Tri-Circle 3, 4.
Fashion Show 1, 4.
G. O. 1, 45 Traffic Squad lg
Football 45 Chess Club 15
"Digging Up the Dirt" 1.
G. O. 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4,
Basketball Manager 4, A. A.
Council 4, Track 3, 4, Traf-
fic Squad 4, Class Vice-Presi-
dent 4, Usher 4, Boys' Week
Committee 4, Class. Night
Committee 4, Stamp Club
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Voyageur
Business Staff 4, Fashion
Show 1, 3, Library Club 2,
3, 4, Debate club 4.
G. O. 2, 3, 4, Fashion
G. O. 3, 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, A. A. 1, 2,
3, 4, Representative 2, Vice-
President 3, Basketball 1, 2,
3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Captain 3,
Traffic Squad 4, G. O. Nom-
inating Committ-ee 3, Base-
ball 2, 3.
M 'NAL AN
, 4, Flas ingS Typ-
, ass Bask tball 2.
G. O. 4, Tri-Circle Club 3,
4, Fashion Show 3, 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Voyageur
Business Staff 4, Drama
Club 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Li-
brary Club 3, Girls' Glee
National Honor Society 4,
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. O. Council
Assistant Treasurer 4, G. O.
Nominating Committee 4,
Voyageur Staff Literary Ed-
itor 4, Traffic Squad 4, Class
Basketball 3, 4, Student Typ-
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas-
ketball 4g Class Basketball
2, 33 Track 3.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Fashion
Show 1, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2.
MORGAN, MARY EDITH
G. O. 3, 4, FlasHingS Re-
porter 3, Typist 4g Hockey 3,
4, Che-er Leader 3, 43 Track
3, 43 Tennis 3, 4,..Traffic
Squad 4, Science Club 4g
Glee Club '45 Usher 3, 43
Girls' Week Committee 43
Class Night Committee 4.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 43 Voya-
geur Business Staff 4, Li-
brary Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 4, Traffic Squad 4,
"Digging Up the Dirt" 1,
Class Basketball 13 Debate
Club 45 Drama Club 1, 2,
Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g
Football 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3,
45 A. A. Council 43 Glee Club
4, Basketball Manager 4.
Junior National Honor So-
ciety 1g G. O. 1, 2, 3, A. A.
2, 3, 43 A. A. Council 23
FlasHingS Girls' Sports Ed-
itor 43 Traffic Squad 13
Hockey 2, 3, Manager 25 Bas-
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. O.
Council 4, Debate Club 3, 4,
Tri-Circle Club 3, 4, G. O.
Representative 43 S e n i 0 r
Traffic Squad 43 Class Bas-
ketball 2, 3g Track 15 Fash-
ion Show 1, 3, Usher 45 Voy-
ageur Business Staff 4, Ten-
nis Team 3, 4.
G. O. 2, 4, Tri-Circle Club
2, 4, Vice-President 45 Fash-
ion Show 4.
National Honor Society
Secretary 4, Junior National
Honor Society 1, G. O. 1, 2,
4, G. 0. Nominating Com-
mittee 2g G. O. Council So-
cial Secretary 43 Voyageur
Art Editor 4, Student Alumni
Editor 4, G. 0. Representa-
tive 4g Traffic Squad 1,
Mixed Chorus 13 Girls' Week
Committee 4g Class Night
National Honor Society 4,
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. O. Coun-
cil Vice-President 33 G. O.
Nominating Committee 35 A.
A. 3, 4, A. A. Council 4,
President 45 Basketball 2, 3,
4, Captain 43 Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4g Class
Night Committee 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Traffic
Squad 1, 4, Glee Club 1, 4,
Usher 1, 4.
National Honor Society 45
G. O. 1, 3, 4, G. O. Council 4g
Traific Squad 45 Science Club
45 Usher 43 Band Manager 4,
G. O. Representative 4g Class
Basketball 3, 4, G. 0. Nom-
inating Committee 4.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4,
Exchange Editor 43 Fashion
?Show 35 Usher 35 Swimming
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4,
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas-
urer 3, 45 "Digging Up the
Dirt" 13 "Fanny's Family"
23 "Nothing But the Truth"
35 "A Full House" 4.
G. 1, 2, 3, 45 Voyageur
Liter r Editor 4, Traffic
Squ ' Hi-Y 4g Drama
C ,2, , , ' ging Up
' e ' t" 13 "NotE?.But
the " 3, U Full
G. 0. 1, 25 Boys Glee Club
15 Traffic Squad 15 Orches-
tra 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Presi-
Class Basketball 2, 35
Track 3, 45 Football 45 Mixed
G. O. 1, 2, 3. 4: Chess Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45
Stamp Club 1, 25 Intermedi-
ate Drawinq Prize 35 Boys'
1 .pi '
. , , V
G. 0. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
45 Debate Club 2, 45 Debate
Team 45 Science Club 45 Hi-
Y 3, 4, Secretary 3, 45 Traffic
Squad 1, 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chor-
RANTSCH, HARRY I
Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 45 Student Director,
Instrumental Department 3,
45 Dinner Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 45
Librarian, Instrumental De-
partment 1, 25 Mixed Chor-
us 15 Class Basketball 1, 2.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 45 Usher 1, 25
Mixed Chorus 15 Swimming 3.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 49 Library Club
1, 2, 3, 4, G. O. Representa-
tive, Swimming 35 FlasH-
G. O. 2, 3.
G. 0. 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, A. A. 43 Foot-
ball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3,
Class Basketball, Captain 45
Tennis 43 Swimming 4g Traf-
fic Squad 4g Usher 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Traific
Squad 43 Usher 3, 4g Hockey
3, Glee Club 2.
G. O. 1, 2, 35 Class Social
Secretary 3, A. A. 2, 3, 43
Traffic Squad 45 Hockey 1,
2, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 43
Class Basketball 3.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Na-
tional Honor Society lg G. 0.
Nominating Committee 1, 23
F1asHingS Typist 43 A. A.
Council 45 A. A. 45 Mixed
Chorus 1g Student Typist 43
Traffic Squad 1, 45 Basket-
ball Manager 4g Hockey 23
Usher 3, Swimming 2.
G. 0. 1, 2, 43 Football 43
G. 0. 1, 2, 35 Usher 33
Mixed Chorus lg Fashion
Show 1, 2.
G. O. 1, 45 FlasHing'S Rue-
porter 43 Voyageur Typist 4,
Library Club 3, 4.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4, Usher 3.
G. O. 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 3.
National Junior Honor So-
ciety lg G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A.
43 Voyageur Typist 49 Mixed
Chorus 1, Spring Musicale lg
Glee Club 3, Traffic Squad 1,
Usher 1, 35 Hockey 3, 4,
Track Manager 45 "Digging
Up the Dirt" 19 Fashion
ghgw lg Class Basketball 1,
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate
Club 3, Vice-President 43 Hi-
Y 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4.
'LVM 0 A
G. 0. 4, FlasHingS Adver-
tising Staff 43 Voyageur
Business Staff 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 35 A. A. 4,
Foot-ball 3, 43 Track 3, 4,
Usher 43 Art Club 1, 2.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. O. Nom-
inating Committee 2, 4g Sci-
ence Club 3, 4, G. O. Repre-
sentative 4g Usher 13 Traffic
Squad 1, 45 Football 3, 43 Art
Club 1, 2, G. 0. Representa-
tive 2g Class Baske-tball 1, 4.
G. O. 4, Hi-Y 43 Library
Club 4, Fashion Show 1, 2.
G. O. 1, 33 Orchestra 1, 2.
ST. CLAIRE, IRVING
G. O. lg Class President lg
Manager of Band and Or-
chestra 3g National Honor
Society 45 Swimming 4.
Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
G. O. 1, Z," 4g Science
Club 3, , e ent 45 Foot-
ban 2, 4 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Glee Club 3, Hockey 35
Baseball 2, 3.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 43
Football 3, 4, A. A. 3, 43
Junior National Honor So-
ciety lg G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Class
G. O. Representative 23 Foot-
ball 3, 43 Track 3, 43 G. O.
Nominating Committee 1, 2,
35 Traffic Squad 15 Voyageur
Literary Editor 43 Usher 19
"Digging Up the Dirt" 1.
G. O. 1, 2, 4: Class Basket-
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 43 Usher 35
Basketball 35 Class Basket-
ball 1, 2.
Tri-Circle Club 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4g Fashion Show 1, 2,
3, 45 G. O. 1, 2, 4.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3, Fashion Show
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, FlasHingS
3, 4, Feature Editor 45 Li-
brary Club 3, 4, Secretary 3,
President 45 Traffic Squad 45
Usher 3, 4, Class Basketball
1, 2, 3, Tennis Manager 43
Fashion Show 13 Swimming 2.
G. 0. 1, 2, 3.
"Nothing But the Truth",
Stage Manager 3.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 13 Orchestra 1, 2, 35
Fashion Show 3, 4.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, A. A. Coun-
cil 4, A. A. 2, 3, 4, Hi.Y 3,
43 Band lg Basketball 2, 3,
45 Class Basketball 13 Hock-
ey 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 45
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4.
G. O., G. 0. Nominating
Committee 1, Class Treas-
urer 1, A. A. Council 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 3, Traffic Squad 4, Class
President 4, Assembly Com-
mittee 4, Usher 3.
National Honor Society,
Vice President 4, Junior Na-
tional Honor Society, Treas-
urer 1, G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. O.
Nominating Committee 1, 2,
3, 4, Class G. O. Representa-
tive 3, FlasHingS, Reporter
3, Editor 4, G. O. Representa-
tive 4, A. A. Council 4, A. A.
4, Track 2, 3, 4, Manager 4,
Class Night Committee 4.
G. O. 1, 3, 4, Tri-Circle
Club 3, 4, Library 3, 4,
Swimming 3, Mixed Chorus 1.
G. O. 1, 3, Fashion Show 3,
"Nothing But the Truth" 3,
"A Full House" 4, Drama
G. O., A. A. 3, 4, Traiic
Squad 1, 4, Usher 3, 4, Foot-
ball 4, Track 3, 4, Swimming
2, American Legion Prize
Speaking Contest 1, 3.
G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Voyageur
Typist 4, Library Club 4.
G. O. 3, 4, Traffic Squad 4,
FlasHingS 3, 4, Sports Ed-
itor 4, Science Club 3, Usher
President ...... Williani Lindsay
Vice-President . . Willard Jones
Secretary. . . Dorothy Arnholfl
Treasurer . . Harold A. Levin
Social Secretary . . Josephine Inglinia
G. 0. Representative . . Robert B. Martin. Jr.
HIGH HONOR STUDENTS
.A - . ,if
President ....... James Coulling
Vice-President . . Robert Leys
Secretary . . Jane Shipper
Treasurer . . . Stewart Wallace
Social Secretary . . Betty Vanderwerken
G. 0. Representative . . Ted Licence
HIGH HONOR STUDENTS
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Senior High Urganiizautiions
To carry out our aims of many years
We join in somewhat smaller groups, and try
To work behind tho scenes and learn to make
A simple thing worthwhile for future flays.
National Honor Society
Margaret Deterling . . ...... President
Cuyler Westcott . . . . . , Vice-President
Wanda Osiecki .... Secretary
To be chosen a member of the National Honor Society is undoubtedly the
greatest honor that can be bestowed upon a senior of Freeport High School.
The fact that it is a national organization should be sufficient to prove this, but
add to it that its members must rank highest in Scholarship, Leadership,
Character, and Service, and the proof is conclusive.
The first group of members to be admitted for this year was composed of
Margaret Deterling, Robert Keshefsky, Betty Greenleaf, Cuyler Westcott, Mabel
Licence, Wanda Osiecki, Irving St. Claire, Zelda Marks, and Robert Bartelstone,
who were notified last June before the student assembly and inducted into
the chapter at the annual banquet at the Nassau Shores Country Club. The
second group to be chosen was selected in an Honor Society assembly on March
7 of this year. Those honored were Newton Parks, Kenneth Miller, Juliane Aug-
ner, Dixon Allo, James Hill, .lean Gold, Ann Doyle, Charles Friedman, and
This year the 1934-1935 chapter has made plans to collaborate with mem-
bers of the preceding chapters in compiling a record of achievements of all
the members belonging to the society since its origin. This record will be ap-
pended to from year to year. As each member graduates from high school and
enters either college or business, every worthwhile honor that is accorded
him will be registered in the book. In this manner a permanent history of the
Honor Society will be on file.
A feature of the Society is its annual dinner held at the Nassau Shores
Country Club. The noted alumni who are members return to tell of their
experiences in scholastic and business life. Always the keynote of their speeches
is the importance and significance that membership in the National Honor
HE General Organization has just ended one of the most
successful seasons that it has ever enjoyed. At the beginning
of the year the incoming council was determined and eager
to carry on and uphold the lofty standards of former coun-
cils. Now, as the school year closes, this worthy and efficient
body, with its hopes realized, leaves its many responsibilities
to be shouldered by an equally competent General Organiza-
The Council began its work by conducting a successful
sale of Activities Tickets. As a result of the drive, the Cen-
eral Organization was able to support the various groups
which depend on it for financial aid. Fall sports, including
football, hockey, and basketball were given appropriations,
and money was granted the girls' hockey team and the boys'
football team for entertainment purposes.
The literary organs, 6'FlasHingS", '6Student", and "Voya-
geur", also received appropriations with which to carry on
their important Work.
Now, as the term closes, the Council hopes that a most
successful year is in store for the newly elected members
General Organization Council
Treasurer . .
Student Treasurer . .
Faculty Adviser . . .
Senior Class Representative . .
Junior Class Representative .
Sophomore Class Representative
Freshman Class Representative
Eighth Class Representative .
Seventh Class Representative .
"StudentH Representative .
"FlasHingS" Representative .
Year Book Representative .
Drama Club Representative .
Boys' A. A. Representative .
Girls, A. A. Representative .
Chess Club Representative .
Jr. High Traffic Squacl Representative
Assembly Committee Representative .
Science Club Representative .
Tri-Cirele Representative .
Debate Club Representative .
Band ancl Orchestra Representative .
. Willard Jones
. Edwin Philbrick
. Miss Mattson
. . Mr. Jordan
Robert B. Martin
. Ted Licence
. James Brown
. Isabel Pettigrew
. Ray Malone
. Mabel Licence
. . John Tree
. Carman Bode
. David Small
. ,lean Gold
. Walter Nichols
Zelda Marks .
Wanda Osiecki .
Evelyn Drake .
Shirley Pearsall .
Kenneth Miller .
.lean Gold .
Robert Stokke .
Mabel Licence .
Louis Aronson .
Miss Barlow .
Juliane Augner, Chief Typist
William Barasch .
Olga Mihalik .
Mr. Ma Hood .
. . . . . . Editor
. Class Editor
. Club Editor
Literary Editor, Blank Verse
. Sports Editor
. Advertising Manager
. Circulation Manager
. . Photographic Manager
FTER a thoroughly enjoyable year of work, the 1935 staff presents
the "Voyageur.', The fun weive had assembling the various features, tending
to each details, preparing the volume for publication, has been unlimited. We
hope sincerely that you, too, will enjoy the 1935 "Voyageur.',
With Miss Barlow as our capable adviser, Zelda Marks as Editor-in-Chief,
and Wanda Osiecki as Art Editor, the staff has worked enthusiastically to bring
new ideas and new features into the "Voyageur." Some of these have been a
changed make-up, the commemoration of Miss Atkinson's fiftieth anniversary
of teaching in Freeport, original blank verse introducing each section, Wanda
Osiecki's modernistic art work, the additional spring sports pictures, and the
Elizabethan theme. Then, realizing the importance of the Junior High Depart-
ment, we set aside a special section where the classes and activities of the .lunior
High are represented. While introducing the new, we have yet left the old,
retaining such popular features as the Hall of Fame, the baby pictures and the
The Business Staff, too, under Mr. Ma Hood, has worked very efficiently
and industriously to make possible this book, and their valuable work has con-
tributed greatly to the success of the "Voyageur."
We have finished our work, and the 1935 'nVoyageur" is yours. We hope
that you will cherish it, and that it will keep with you always pleasant memories
of the many things we have done together, and the people we have known.
HE 'cSTUDENT", official magazine of Freeport High School for thirty
years, member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for eleven years,
this year again proved itself to be a worthy representative of the school. At the
Columbia Scholastic Press Convention, the MStudent'i was rated second place.
This recognizes it in the class of the finest school magazines in the country.
Three issues, based respectively on the themes, Transportation, Christmas, and
the Thirtieth Anniversary, were brought out under the able direction of Mrs.
Bockoven and Margaret Deterling, Editor. The other members of the staff
were: Associate Editors, Ruth Robins and Williani Lindsay, Art Editor, Betty
Greenleaf, Social Editor, Katherine Mackay, Alumni Editor, Wanda Osieckig
Sports Editor, Robert Bartelstoneg Exchange Editor, Zelda Marks, Junior
High Editor, Helen Fleming: Typists, Gertrude Runcie and Kenneth
Miller, Art Adviser, Miss Constable. This year four new departments were
added. There were Book Reviews, Assembly Notes, Club Notes, and the Junior
High Section. The reviews were 011 good books interesting to the student body.
In Assembly and Club notes, reports were made of the progress and doings
in the assemblies and in the various school clubs. The Junior High section
was devoted entirely to news of the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades, and to
contributions from them. The Junior High School has thus co111e to take a
high interest in the magazine.
ITH the leadership of Cuyler Westcott, Editor-in-Chief, and Mr. A. L.
Cosgrove, Faculty Adviser, g'FlasHingS" has taken another step forward in its
The peak of the season was reached at Christmas time, when a six page
paper of five column, tabloid dimensions, was issued in place of the usual four.
This undertaking was made possible by the efficient work of the business
staff under the direction of Raymond Jansen.
'4FlasHingS" again met with success at the annual Columbia Scholastic
Press Association, where it took third place among school newspapers that
were entered from all over the country.
The entire staff is to be congratulated for its success in continuing to make
this paper a favorite with the student body.
. . Council
President . . . Newton Parks
Vice-President . . Ray Forker
Secretary .... . Edna Bedell
Girls, C. 0. Represelztativv . . Mabel Licence
Boys, C. 0. Represmzmtivv . . Mortimer Albin
One of the outstanding groups in Freeport High is the Athletic Association
ln the past few years. the work of the Council as the governing body of
the athletics has been somewhat lax. but through the untiring efforts of Presi-
dent Newton Parks and "Morne" Albin, Boys' G. 0. Representative, it has suc-
cessfully forged its way into the important position it now holds.
The Council has improved its status by revising its Constitution. making
such changes and amendments as were necessary for the good of the athletic
body, and it has made wise decisions which necessitated careful judgment.
This has been a "star" year for the A. A. and we hope it will carry on.
Senior High Traffic Squad
HE Senior High School Traffic Squad, one of the most important organiza-
tions in Freeport High School, merits much praise for its eliicient work dur-
ing the past year. From the numerous seniors who willingly offered their
services the squad was chosen and divided into the NA" and MB" Squads,
respectively, which alternated weekly.
The traffic court which was established last year was abandoned this year
as there was no apparent need for it.
The members of the squads served willingly as ushers at the senior and
junior high school plays and band concerts.
Under the capable supervision of Mr. Frey, and the fine work of Captains
Edward Watson and Mabel Licence, the squad has been very successful during
'34 and '35.
Zelda Marks . ..... Chairman
Ethel Jokumsen . . Program Manager
Ruth Fowler ...... Publicity, Secretary
Carman Bode . . House Manager, G. 0. Representative
Sylvia Johnson Katherine Colyer
HE Assembly Committee should be highly commended for the exceedingly
attractive and entertaining programs which it has presented to the student
body during the school year of 1934-1935.
After the first two assemblies, which were the rally for the sale of Activities
Tickets and an activities assembly, the committee presented such well-known
personages as Dr. Stanley Krebs, Dr. A. M. Nielson, and Mr. Duffield of the
L'Tin1es.'7 The band and orchestra presented several musical programs which
proved even more successful than those of former years.
The Assembly Committee wishes to extend its sincere thanks to those
organizations which have helped so Inuch in the presentation of better and more
entertaining assembly programs.
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HE purpose of the Debate Club is to bring together young people who
have mutual interests where current day problems and events are concerned.
From the members of the club, the debate team was chosen.
The team gave many excellent performances, contesting against Oceanside,
Baldwin, South Side, Bay Shore, and its traditional rival, Peekskill. This year,
the team attained the enviable record of winning all their Long Island debates.
Due to the efforts of its President, Ruth Robinsg Vice-President, Willialn
Serbyg Secretary, Beatrice Muratorig Treasurer, Charles Friedman, G. 0.
Representative, Jean Gold, Team Captain, Zelda Marks, and Faculty Adviser,
Mr. Smith, the club has had a very successful season.
The most important topic debated was: Resolved: That the federal gov-
ernment should give annual grants to the states for the equalizing of educational
President . . John Stokke
Vice-President . . . James Hill
Secretary . Margaret Deterling
Treasurer . . . . J ack Lowe
G. 0. Representative . . David Small
Adviser . . . . Mr. Jordan
PROMINENT club in the school this year is the Science Club. This
worthy organization comprises thirty students, all of whom are interested in
science in all its phases.
Each week the club has enjoyed programs which have included lectures,
motion pictures, and interesting experiments.
The Science Club has visited many places of interest, including the sur-
rounding schools and near-by factories. Through these various visits, the mem-
bers have gained a great deal of knowledge concerning the diversified fields of
science in which they all show such an active interest.
Masque and Wig Club
ITH its membership numbered at forty-one, the Drama Club is again
under the skillful guidance of Miss Maude Marean, after having enjoyed a
successful year under the competent direction of Mr. Jones.
The members of this club have presented many worth while one-act plays
and recitals. Among the plays were "'Red Carnation," 'LTWO Crooks and a
Ladyf, "Just for Justin," "The Burglar," and "The Pot Boilerf, ln the pro-
duction of these plays, the undisputed talents of our many dramatically in-
clined students have been discovered.
The Drama Club cooperated in making Girls' Week a success by present-
ing two one-act plays, hlust for Justinf' and "Spreading the News."
This club also contributed money for the trophy case fund.
The Drama Club seems to gain more popularity as the years pass by, and
its members deserve all the praise that can be bestowed on them for their
many stellar performances.
President . . . Zelda Marks
Vice-President . . Harold A. Levin
Secretary . . .lean Cold
Treasurer . . . . Fred Patterson
C. 0. Representative . Ray Malone
Adviser . . . . . Miss Marean
President . . . Florence Tonjes
Vice-President . Eileen Neuman
Secretary . Alma Weinhold
Treasurer . . . . Mary Lyons
G. O. Representative . Beatrice Muratori
Faculty Adviser . . Miss Bates
ITH Florence Tonjes as its president, the Tri-Circle Club of Freeport
High School this year has attained new heights of achievement. The pledge of
service to school and community which each member had made has been faith-
The girls have acted as hostesses and have served on committees at such
functions as tl1e Faculty dinner, the Hi-Y dinner, and the reception to the
mothers and daughters during Girls' Week.
Other activities of the club included entertaining the Library Club at a
tea, making garments for the Needlework Guild, sponsoring a fashion show,
and contributing money for the 118W trophy case.
The alumnae branch which was formed last year has continued the helpful
work which the members started during their high school days.
NDER its organizer and leader, Miss Swan, the Library Club has be-
come one of the foremost clubs of the school.
In past years, the money taken in through dues, cake sales, movie benefits
and other money-making projects was used to buy furniture and books for the
library. However, this year, the money was contributed to help pay for a
trophy case in the school, and to aid Girls' Week.
The purpose of the club is to aid the librarian in her routine and to
become better acquainted with the library and with literary works that interest
all book lovers.
The club has reached its full capacity this year, boasting thirty members,
with many underclassmen eagerly awaiting its activities of the new term.
President . Eleanor Sunshine
Vice-President . . Inez Muratori
Secretary . . Evelyn Drake
Treasurer . . . . . Ethel J okumsen
G.0.Representives ,lean Gabriel, Peggy Kremelberg
Faculty Adviser . .... Miss Swan
Senior High School Ure hestra
R. FREY has again directed a Senior High orchestra of which everyone
is proud. A musical organization in which the talent of its individual members
has been skillfully blended into a beautiful tonal ensemble, it has received
frequent and widespread praise.
Among the many special programs in which the orchestra took part were
the Baldwin Good Will Meeting, a concert during National Education Week,
the Community Christmas Program, and the Christmas Alumni Assembly.
The section heads were Margaret Deterling, pianosg Hubert Cainer, stringsg
Joseph Dlabola, woodwindsg Harry Rantsch, brassg Arnold Fishkind, bassesg
and Pierre Canese, drums. Walter Nichols was manager, Willard Jones
librarian, and Hubert Cainer student director.
The class of 1935 thanks Mr. Frey and his orchestra for much pleasant
HE band has been enthusiastically received whenever it has appeared
in public. To every football game it has brought the lively, colorful atmosphere
of a college contest, and has spurred the team on to greater efforts.
However, the band's playing hasn't been confined to athletic contests
alone. It contributed to a large variety of activities. Among these were the
dedication of the Meadowbrook Causeway and the Grove Theatre Benefit,
where enough money was made to buy chimes for the band and the orchestras.
The section heads of the band were Harry Rantsch for trumpets, Joseph
Dlabola for clarinets, Millard Dickerson for saxophones, Veronica Dorney for
horns, Fred Ohms for trombones, John Stenswold for baritones, Elmer Siev-
wright for basses, and Pierre Canese for drums. Walter Nichols was manager,
John Stenswold, librarian, and Harry Rantsch was student director.
To Mr. Frey and his band, the best of luck is the wish from the class of
Senior High School Girls, Chorus
NDER the direction of Miss Roberts, the Senior High School Girls'
Chorus has developed into an active organization. Its membership consists of
thirty-five girls who have met three periods every week and who receive for
their work a quarter of a unit towards graduation. According to the girls, it is
a very pleasant and worth while way to earn credits. Barbara Steiert is their
During the year the student body has been entertained by their voices
on many occasions, among them the Educational Week Program, the concert
in November, and the annual Orchestra and Glee Club Concert in May.
The highlight of their season was the special Christmas program which
they presented for the Junior High Assembly. Many of the old carols were sung
by a specially selected chorus. The girls were dressed in long, black robes with
deep white collars and were seated on a dimly lighted stage. This was one of
the most impressive assembly programs of the year.
NDER the efficient guidance of Miss Lawless, the cheer leading squad
enjoyed a most successful year, both from the standpoint of arousing enthusi-
asm in the student body and of serving as medium between contestants and
spectators at the athletic contests.
Betty Letson, Edward Bechtold and Robert Donaldson formed the nucleus
of a squad to which ten active assistants, Charlotte Obey, Caroline Patterson,
Adele Frank, Bob Kurz, Peggy Winne, Marjorie Cunningham, Mary Harrison,
Garrett Thomas, Ruth Britt and Virginia Schwaner were later added. At foot-
ball, basketball and baseball games, assemblies, pep meetings, and the band
movie benefit at the Grove Theatre, these red and white clad dynamos were
very much in evidence.
Probably no organization in our school system has done more to promote
school spirit and sportsmanship and to add to the prestige of Freeport High
than this capable, energetic group of cheer leaders.
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And :wen now they smrt to talfv our place.
Tlw rolvs zur' play lo tlwm u'0 soon musl Ieaveg
Thvir "buds" are not so very far lllflly.
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President ....... Fred Friedman
Vice-President . . Virginia Miller
Secretary . . . Pearl Lombaer
Treasurer . . . . Helen Fleming
Social Secretary . . . Geraldine Lombaer
G. 0. Representative . . James Brown
HIGH HONOR STUDENTS
Carl Muller Betty Jane O'Brien Doris Run
C. 0. Represent t ue .... Walter Macken
HIGH HONOR STUDENTS
Vincent Cardinale Betty Muller Robert Smith
Phillip Millard Isabel Pettigrew Joseph Sussner
Donald J ones George Schutte ,lane Young
Donald Miller Kathlyn Smith
C. 0. Representative . . . . . Isabel Pettigrew
Seventh Grade Gllee Club
EIGHTH GRADE GLEE CLUB
P ldent ....... Vll'gllll3 Be
I -President . Dorothy B
etary-Treasu . Mary Cl
.Junior High School Urehestra
David J axheimer
Albert Da Silva
Student Director .
Mr. Peter H. Frey
National Junior Honor Society
HE Freeport division of the National Junior Honor Society has completed
the fourth year of its existence by faithfully upholding the high ideals and
worthy principles of its predecessors and the Senior High School chapter.
This year the induction, held in January, was written and supervised by
the original members, ,lean Fenner, President, Albert Da Silva, Vice-President,
Malcolm Komitor, Treasurer, Virginia Miller, Secretary, Edith McKenna,
Helen Fleming, Margaret Goller, Audrey Hanse, ,loan Giblyn, Glentworth
Lamb and Virginia Stewart.
Those who were admitted to the National Junior Honor Society in an
impressive ceremony included Horst Schweighofer, Beryl Allo, Billy Thomp-
son, Geraldine Lomhaer, Carol Osten, Quentin Wald, ,lean Duncan, Pearl Lom-
haer, Ralph Donnelly, Edward Bogowsky, and Mary Lutz from the ninth grade,
and Betty Joan 0'Brien, Phyllis Schiff, Carl Muller, Mary Close, Dean Gould,
Ruth Conzen, Walter MacKenzie and Julia Lewis from the eighth grade.
These students have heen honored according to the four cardinal objectives
of the National Honor Society: Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Service.
Thus it may he truthfully said that these are boys and girls who will, in future
years, attain prominence in the affairs of our school.
91th Grade CIHOTUS
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Captain ....... ,lean Fenner
Captain ........ Glen Lamb
G. 0. Representative ..... John Tree
Junior Red Cross Council
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EIGHTH GRADE COUNCIL
President ....... Edith Arenholz
Vice-President . . . Charlotte Keezer
Secretary and Treasurer . . . Doris McLain
Representative to County Conferences . Charles Helwig
. Florence Geller, Leonard Freeman
SEVENTH GRADE COUNCIL
. . . . . Daniel Chapman
. . Stephen Keshefsky
. . Doris Randall
. . . . . Wilbur Hoglander
to County Conference . Doris Avidan
. . . . . Stephen Keshefsky
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Another group in lighter vein we finrl,
Pursuers of a wholesome active fun.
They need no flowing robe or stilted style.
Their sl-:ill and fortitude Count much in life
NE cannot help wondering at the pluck and courage the football team
displayed after dropping close decisions or playing an agonizing tie game.
We pay tribute to our gallant co-captains, Watson and Keleher, and to Coach
O'Donovan for imbuing the team with his unconquerable spirit. Although
some might consider the season somewhat unsuccessful, no one can detract
from the praise and credit which rightfully belongs to a team often outmatched
and outweighed, but never outfought. No one will ever forget the thrilling
second-half drive to victory in the Textile game, or the grim goal line stands
in the Baldwin game.
Without attempting to offer as an excuse for losing games the fact that
the team had a difficult schedule, we will, nevertheless, prophesy that next
year, with a less overhalanced schedule, Freeport will end up with an enviable
record. We sincerely hope that Captain-elect Harold Carr may lead the team
to victory in every game.
Squad list: Keleher, Watson fco-captainsj, Paraspola, Brown, Drobinska,
Parks, Allo, Carr, Schaeffer, Aronson, Hershkowitz, Sievwright, Cainer, Can-
non, Thorn, Lynch, Freeman, Maxwell flettermenj, Moran, E. Anderson, Cas-
sasa, McCabe, Lugrin, Glenz, Moore, Marshall, Morrow, J. Stokke, R. Stokke,
Stevenson, Muro, J. Anderson.
UR basketball team, captained by Newton Parks, started the season
with enthusiasm, annexing six consecutive victories before being defeated by
Samuel Tilden in a close game. Then, to show that this lapse was only an
accident, they ran up five more victories before slumping again, by losing to
Sewanhaka and Mineola. However, the Red Devils recovered quickly and
finished the season with four more victories and an unfortunate defeat by
To the perseverance and ability of Glen O'Donovan as a coach, we owe
the success of our basketball team which ranks with the best 011 Long Island.
Its defence was almost impregnable, due in great part to the fine back-court
work of Brown and Watson. Verity, Goudge, and Parks complete this re-
markable quintet augmented by Hershkowitz, Sternard and Murphy.
The team, which was greatly handicapped by the loss of Dickerson and
Scudder, our centers, carried on with the aid of the capable reserves, the
nucleus of next yearls varsity.
Squad list: Brown, Watson, Parks fcaptainj , Verity, Goudge, Hershkowitz,
Morrow, Cruickshank, Moran, Sternard, Murphy, Donaldson, Penta, Searfoss,
Stareke, Freeman, Freeman, Drobinska, McCabe, Bartlestone.
FTER spending a week in August at a world-famous hockey camp, the
hockey girls started practice for a successful season.
The excellent coaching of llfliss Clark enabled the girls to win three games
tie two, and lose three.
At the annual Long lsland Field Hockey Association Tournament, Freeport
came out on top when they won three games and tied one in the round-robin
games. Our team was successful in getting two girls on the first team and two
on the second team of the All-Long Island Hockey Team. Veronica Dorney
and "Milos" Licence received the first team honors, and 'nJi1mnie" Elliott and
Mary Vestal placed on the second team.
Freeport can hoast of a good hockey team. May Miss Clark do as well next
Squad: Aaronson, Arnhold, Avidan, Britt, Baker, Colman, Cordaro, Dorney,
Drescher, Elliott, Hershkowitz, Kurz, Morgan, Mackay, Meighan,
Moser, Pupulidy, Rosenfeld, Raynor, Pearce, Richard, Stauhack,
Simonsen, Vestal, Van Riper, Weinhold, Weinberg, Wright, Yetman.
Licence fCaptainJ, Leihowitz fManagerj.
HE Freeport High School Girls' Basketball Team, led by Captain Edna
Bedell and Coach Clark, have had a very successful season. The girls have
gone through an unbeaten season, nine games in all, and with these nine games
added to those of last year, it totals twelve consecutive games for the girls.
Witll such sharpshooters as Vestal, Dorney, Runcie, Drescher, and Van
Kiper, the girls piled up huge scores to topple their various opponents.
These feats of athletic prowess are overshadowed only by the sterling game
played by the guards, Bedell, Inglima, and Licence.
The unsung heroes of all successful seasons are the unglorified a'scrubs".
These girls come to practice every night, take a 6'beating" from the varsity.
and come up smiling. They deserve more than a vote of thanks, so let's give
theln the 'fNine for the Scrubs".
Squad: Ackerman, Baker, Banker, Biederman, Britt, Dammas, Dorney,
Drescher, Elliott, Inglima, Licence, Parfert, Mott, Rapp, Runcie,
Sheard, Van Riper, Vestal, W'right.
Bedell QCaptaini, Runcie, Hicks flilanagersi.
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These features form the program of our play,
Each player and his role herein is found,
Wvith slight commvnt on that which he has done
WW hope that each may play far greater parts.
P, AND to a new place called Freeport High School where we started an
eventful four-year journey to graduation. Next, to the voting place to choose
a goodly group to rule us. They, happily, included President Irving St. Claire,
Vice President Clarence Rauterg Secretary James Hill, Social Secretary Mabel
Licence, Treasurer Helen Newman, and G. 0. Representative Margaret
To the Freshman Tea Dance and a mighty merry time. This was our first
social affair and upper classes talk of our initial success. Heard, in February, a
goodly group of speeches at the American Legion Prize Speaking Contest where
we were excellently represented by Sidney Weinberg. Verily, we do find, at
the National Junior Honor Society induction, those who will heap intellectual
glory at our humble feet. They do include Robert Keshefsky, Gertrude Runcie,
Margaret Deterling, Wanda Osiecki, Cuyler Westcott, James Hill, Robert
Bartelstone, Florence Simonson, Margaret Albrecht, Betty Greenleaf, and
Pleased mightily and work on towards other projects, gifted with quiet
Away and betimes to school. We are sophomores and nicely pleased.
By night to the Senior High School Play where Zelda Marks and Fred
Patterson joyously waved our banner. Comes January, and, we are told by
friendly upper classmen, of the dreaded tests of learning. By invitation, to
examination rooms where we give a mighty leap and successfully clear another
obstacle on our way to graduation.
On a happy, pleasant morning to choose our escorts. Truly, it was a hard
fight, the winners being well pleased. Those so honored were Robert Keshef-
sky, President, Katherine Mackay, Vice-President, Helen Newman, Secretary,
Robert Bartlestone, Treasurer, Katherine Dunn, Social Secretary, and Robert
Stokke, G. 0. Representative.
To our accounts, where we find that a goodly number of our class are
members of the many clubs and organizations throughout our school.
Up, and a warm morning, to begin a most pleasant season. They do tell
us that we are soon to reside in Senior abodes. Thus, we do settle 'down to
begin a mighty industrious time. Rumors of the proximity of Senior paradise
prove an incentive to our work, much knowledge is thus gained, and new
leaders are gladly acclaimed. These are chosen to guide us ever nearer to our
goal: President, Robert Bartelstoneqg Vice-President, Robert Keshefskyg Sec-
retary, Margaret Deterlingg Social Secretary, Barbara Wright, Treasurer,
Mabel Licence, and G. 0. Representative, Cuyler Westcott.
Hearing there is to be a National Honor Society induction, we to the
meeting place where several enjoy the results of those honored we espy
Margaret Deterling, Cuyler Westcott, Mabel Licence, Robert Bartelstone, Rob-
ert Keshefsky, Betty Greenleaf, Irving St. Claire, Zelda Marks and Wanda
Osiecki. Wie do also find a sports goddess in our midst as Mabel Licence is
honored as the first four-letter girl in the history of our school. Truly, this
girl does bring great honor to our class.
After, to the arena where we do battle the mighty muscled Seniors on
Class Day. The sun is dimmed before these dignified sons of F. H. S. recover,
for they have lost the laurels of this gladly joyous day to an even lnightier
muscled group of Juniors.
Now, we do prepare for our last year in the school which has grown dearer
as the burning suns of each season floor the skies with a rush of color. A hard
battle ahead, but we do feel that the last three years have benefited us in many
ways. Expectantly we await the time when we shall once more return to our
This morning, to that long sought goal, Room 200. Faces are determined,
joyous, calm, or indifferent, but everyone is glad to begin another season with
tried and loyal companions. And so to the gridiron where crowds thrill to the
cry of "hold that line." We did glimpse Hubert Cainer and Donald Maxwell
among a snarl of tangled arms and legs. Again betook ourselves to the Stadium
where Captain Mabel Licence did lead the ranks of her hockey team against
At night to the Senior High Play where Katherine Colyer, Shirley Pearsall,
Jean Gold and Fred Patterson did outdo themselves in their successful attempt
to scale the heights of Mt. Thespianism. Soon after, to the court where Captain
Parks, aided by Edward Watson and George Brown, led our quintet through
a satisfying schedule.
We do glimpse an exceedingly busy man in Cuyler Westcott, who, this
year, leads "FlasHingS,, on to new successes. His companions in the field of
literature are Margaret Deterling and Zelda Marks, who have done so well in
editing the 'cStudent" and the "Voyageur". The scratching pens of these three,
together with their efficient helpers, have clone much to lighten a sometimes
To the meeting place where several of our class are honored by member-
ship in the National Honor Society. These wise and learned people do include
Jean Gold, Newton Parks, Kenneth Miller, Walter Nichols, Anne Doyle,
Julianne Augner, James Hill and Charles Friedman.
At last, to the final barrier between us and that long-sought goal, gradua-
tion. With merry spirits, we do prepare ourselves to conquer the once-'dreaded
Regents. Now, with a truly mighty leap, the last obstacle is cleared.
Commencement is approached with hearts both joyous and sad-joyous,
perhaps because we do leave an enviable record behind, sad, because we shall
bid adieu to the scenes of many a gladly pleasant time.
And so we do betake ourselves away. This four-year journey has done
much to prepare us for what does lie ahead, and for this preparation, we 'do
sincerely thank those who have given us their knowledge so that we can face
the world with the quiet confidence that is so necessary while searching for
our goal, Success.
GSA Full Housegg
NCE more the curtain has rung down on the last act of the annual
Senior High School Play, and another outstanding occasion of the year has
The vehicle for this clever performance was MA Full House," a three-act
farce by Fred Jackson. Ottily a11d George Howell, bride and groom, Daphne
Chartres and Ned Pembroke, lovers, Susie Sponge and Parks, meddling serv-
ants, Miss Winnacker, old-maid aunt, Nicholas King, suave crook, Mrs. John
Pembroke, society matron, Mrs. Fleming, irate landlady, Vera Vernon, clever
chorus girl, Kearney, Mooney, and the Sergeant, pompous policemen, all did
their part to furnish an evening of fun in a play such as only our coach, Miss
Marean, could produce. Many performers made their last appearance on this
stage at this time.
The cast included:
Stanley Cutts .
Jean Gold .
Fred Patterson .
Leon Dobbin .
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Loretta Sofield .
Lee Woolley .
Robert B. Martin
WllSOIl Brown .
Hallll of Fame
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Robert Keshefsky Mar
Mary Edith Morgan
HIS year the Senior Class introduced into Freeport High School a feature new to
Freeport as well as to the rest of Long Island. Under the guidance of Mr- Mansperger
and Miss Cochran, and under the general sponsorship of the Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion, we inaugurated a Boys' Week and a Girls' Week.
0ne whole Week was set aside to be devoted particularly to the boys of our school,
and another especially to the girls. Speakers were obtained and various events interest-
ing to each group were presented. Each of the weeks was student-planned, the boys
aided by Mr. Mansperger and the girls by Miss Cochran.
Boys' Week took place during the third week in October. At the beginning of the
school year, the Boys' Week Committee, elected by the boys' and composed of Chairman
Ed. Watson, Donald Maxwell, Ray Forker, Kenneth Miller and Hubert Gainer, met with
Mr. Mansperger and worked diligently to plan the week.
The boys, aided by the co-operation of the churches, the Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion, the Exchange Club, the Village of Freeport, and local newspapers, were most suc-
cessful in realizing these objectives.
The first day of Boys' Week, Sunday, October 14th, was designated by the pastors of
various churches of Freeport as Father and Son xSunday. Fathers attended church serv-
ices with their sons and special programs were arranged.
On Monday the week was officially opened in the high school. At 8:30 in the morn-
ing a mass meeting of all the boys in the school 'was held to hear an address by Major
Edward D. Cray. Major Cray, President of the New York Vocational Guidance Associa-
tion, was one of the originators of National Boys' Week, and in 1925 was the Executive
Director of the New York City Boys' Week. Monday was sponsored by the boys' unit of
the Freeport Hi-Y Organization.
The theme of the next main day, Wednesday, was "Sports and Development". In the
morning Tom Thorp, famous football star and coach, was guest speaker. The evening
program was sponsored by the Exchange Club. At this time some six hundred fathers
with their sons gathered in the auditorium to hear such interesting speakers as Mayor
Patterson, Mr. Richard Winchester of the Exchange Club, Mr, Dodd and MI. Mans-
perger. There then followed a concert by the ihigh school band. The boys and their
ffihhers later adjourned to the gymnasium, where cider and doughnuts closed an enjoy-
a e evening.
Friday was devoted to the theme, "How to 'Get the tM0st Out of Life". The main
speaker of the day wa.s Dr. Charles E. Barker, noted physician and Rotary Club speaker.
At 8:30 he addressed the boys on "What -I Wish My Father Had 'Told Me", after which
the boys were given an opportunity to discuss personal problems with him. In the after-
noon, Dr. Barker also addressed Baldwin High School, and in the evening the Parent-
Teacher Association presented him to a large body fof parents.
On Friday afternoon a group of Freeport High School boys had the novel oppor-
tunity of taking over the village government. Each of the village offices was iilled by a
boy elected by the whole body. Ray Malone took Mayor Patterson's position, Newton
Parks became Chief of Police, and Bob Bartelstone became Village Clerk. The Manager
of the Sanitary Department was Bill Lindsayg and the Fire Chief was Edward Bechtold.
Edgar Whitmore was Treasurefrg Joe Brown, Corporation Counsel, Jack Lngrin, Siuper-
intczndenit of Buildingsg Allen Stokke, Assessorg Donald Jones, Manager of the Line De-
par men .
The week was brought to a close on Saturday by a huge Father and iSon parade.
Accompanied by the high school band, more than five hundred fathers and sons paraded
to the Municipal Stadium. Here, from especially reserved seats on the fifty yard line,
they watched an exciting football game between Freeport and Edison Vocational Tech-
nical School of Mount Vernon.
The week was a great success, both from the educational and recreational stand-
point, and the boys are to be highly praised for the fine results.
IRLS' WEEK was held during the first week of April. Near the close of the
last school year, the girls elected a committee, composed of Chairman Margaret
Deterling, Mabel Licence, Wanda Osiecki, Ruth Fowler and Mary Edith Morgan,
to take charge of preparations for the program. These girls worked industriously
with Miss Cochran and sub-committees until an interesting week was scheduled.
The effort that the girls used to make the week a success was well rewarded,
and their objectives were all attained.
Girls' Week started on Sunday, March 31. This day was Mother and
Daughter Sunday in the churches, and the pastors of various churches held
appropriate observances of the occasion.
On Monday morning a mass meeting of all the girls of the school was held
in the auditorium. Here they heard an address by the eminent Dr. Arthur Frank
Payne. Dr. Payne, Consulting Psychologist of City, College of New York,
spoke on '6How Can I Understand Myself."
On Wednesday afternoon the girls and their mothers met in the High School
auditorium. Here the Drama Club presented two plays, coached by Miss
Marean, with all-girl casts. One was 'flust for Justin", in which Loretta So-
field, Lucille Shore, Marjorie Cunningham, Gertrude Dobbin, Peggy Winne,
Geraldine Lombaer and Pearl Lombaer played, the other play was l'Spread-
ing the News", by Lady Gregory. The cast of this included Shirley Pearsall,
Marjorie Cunningham, Audrey Leff, Jean Gold, Geraldine Lombaepr, Lee
Woolley, Lucille Shore, Charlotte Amende, Audrey Hanse and Margaret Goller,
Between the presentation of the two plays, duets were sung by Peggy Winne
and Winifred Davidson. Another feature of the afternoon was a concert by a
special girls' orchestra directed by Mr. Frey. After this entertainment, the
mothers and daughters adjourned to the gymnasium, where a reception was
held. There, the Parent-Teachers Association, aided by the Girls' Chapter of
the Hi-Y, served refreshments.
On Thursday, in the morning, the girls heard Dr. Anna Reed, Personnel
Director of the New York University School of Education. Dr. Reed, a famous
authority on vocational education, member of the National Education Associa-
tion, and of the National Association of Deans of Women, and one of America's
most outstanding women in the field of education, addressed the girls of the
Senior and Junior High School on a'What About the Future?" She remained
at the school the whole day to consult with girls about their vocational and
educational problems. Dr. Reed also spoke to the members of the High School
Parent-Teachers Association after school, when she made many valuable sug-
gestions to the mothers and teachers assembled.
Friday night, which closed the week's activities, was Sports and Recreation
Night. Two large teams, the Red and the White, competed in various indoor
games. Another feature of the evening was an exhibition of dancing and acro-
The great success of Girls' Week was due to the hard work of the girls,
and the enthusiastic co-operation of the school as well as to the helpful support
of such outside organizations as the Athena Club, the Ruth Floyd Woodhull
Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Town of Hemp-
stead Chapter of the Zonta International, and the Parent-Teachers Association.
The committee was able to provide something of interest and of educational
value for each girl, and the girls deserve to be highly congratulated for this
Busy Little Bee
Helen Wills Moody
Ten second man
A good guard
Queen of Sheba
J. R. the wonder
Big Game Hunter
Mary Elizabeth Davis Artiste
G. O. Meeting
In German class
In a jungle
Good Ship Lollipop
In some racket
Dancing with tears
in his eyes
Breaking the tape
A haunted house
Lost in a fog
Reaching high C
On the platform
On 'the highway
The first team
Doin' the Lindy
In a tank
Among those present
Getting a Phi Beta
Calm and collected
In the courts
Worrying about it
Any good one
Ladeez and Gentlemen
Ein, Zwei, Drei
Was she fine!
Did you hear this one?
I gotta study
May I cut?
I'm starting training
Audrey laughed and
laughed and . . .
I wanna sing
I need some clothes
I'm going steady
She says, and I says
Going my way?
Can you follow?
My stock went up '
Any new recipes ?
Take 2 X y2z3
Saved by the bell
I'm a Communist!
Now, children . . .
Got any dirt?
Romeo, where art
I got spots before
I wanna change my
What to do?
Oh, Ignatz to you!
Mrs. Lloyd Seaman
President D. G. E.
Voice of Experience
Geo. M. Cohan
One of the Jones
Lady Mal Campbell
Edna May Oliver
In the rui-ns
With a printing
In the "Red"
At the Royal
U-p in the air
In a barber shop
Before the mike
In the coop
A hot spot
Dancing with my
On a soap box
With a Goo-Goo
A short wave set
In Bode's car
With the gavel
With a shovel
Henry Ford's Stooge
At the chess board '
Gletting another "F"
Year Book meeting
I got a meeting
Got a match?
You can't print that
"Ken" you take it?
I'm in Dutch
He flys thru the air . . .
Please! Be quiet
Not too short
Coax me to sing, please
Are you captain?
Now, I'd say-
I'm getting fat
Give me seven days
Jake sent me
I tank I go home
Beulah, peel me a
Please pass the
The meeting will . .
Just a fis-h
Don't stop me if . .
I'll gladly pay
Hello, Aunt Polly
No meeting today?
Mary Edith Morgan
Marian Moser '
Sally, the stenog
The Thin Man
Helen of Troy
French IV class
In the sticks
Great White Way
Gdzmming the works
U. S. mint
F. H. S.
With her college boy
Going Ham Hamlet
With the Hoffman
Holding the reins
With a library blonde
Breaking the ice
Sun and Surf
So I says . . .
Where's the fire?
What's on, babe?
My worthy opponent
- ! 'F ? !
May I sing?
Croon to me, Don.
C'mup and see me.
Hurray Wantagh! !
My pet corn
I'll come down and 1
Don't mind me
In the bucket
Where's my valet?
I gotta date
Benny sent me
I wanna pension
He go-es to college!
Sound your A
2 cents, pliz
I'll 'be back
To be or not to be
Strike up the band
Silence is golden
It was a blonde date
Can you spare a dime?
Hold that pose
Down with the Reds!
D-o you know?
The water's fine
Just a big splash
Come on in, boys
Irving St. Claire
Man who owns one
A "Young" school-
Minnie, the Mermaid
Just a home girl
Farmer in the dell
King Henry VIII
Wlild Bill Cummings
C. D. clubhouse
Behind the scenes
In the mud
Sleeping in the dell
On the track
Giving off steam
in THE Packard
Grooming a horse
Stars fell in Tennessee
She lives in Baldwin
I'm going to work
Let's go swimming
I'm a 3-year grad! !
Can I dance?
Aw, come on
The Yearbook ads, etc.
It was this way, coach
I got my letter
This is so -sudden!
Bring 'Em back Alive
Next stop, Wantagh!
Practice makes perfect
My last lap
Som-e of these days
No ice today
I just designed this
That's going to be
Fiddle and I
This is delicious
I made it
. . . I . . .
They can't kill
I can get my car
My bride groom
I've made my Mark
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, Lillian-248 Arthur Street
Andersen, Violet-248 Arthur Street
Anderson, Donald-89 Denhoff Avenue-1344.1
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Appelton, Judith-47 N. Long Beach Avenue-3318
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Banker, Betty-183 N. 'Columbus Avenue
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Becker, Lillian-59 Bedford Avenue
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Benjamin, Doris-134 Frankel Boulevard. Merrick-
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Chapman, Daniel-211 S. Bayview Avenue-3834
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Chirneri, Dominick-29 E. Seaman Avenue
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Christensen, Howard-315 N. Main Street-1299
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Chuisano, Florence-34 Bennington Avenue
Ciotti, Chester-199 E. Seaman Avenue
Ciotti, Ethel-199 E. Seaman Avenue
Ciotti, John-199 E. Seaman Avenue
Clark, Claire-42 Smith Street
Clark, Harris-427 Archer Street-2535M
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Close, Mary-312 S. Bayview Avenue-465
Cochran, Margaret-327 Southside Avenue-3570
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Berge, Dorothy-303 S. Long Beach Avenue-8917
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Berge, William-73 West End Avenue-6321J
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Bergold. Charles-191 Juanita Avenue-4123.1
Berkel, Althea-216 Pine Street-ll52M
Coney, Joseph-52 Main Street
Cohen, Florence-D2 Leonard Avenue
Cohen, Florence-276 Randall Avenue-253-OR
Irving-132 S. Grove Street
Joseph-195 Washington Street
Milton-36 E. Merrick Road
Cole, Cladys-23 Independence Avenue
Colvin, Judith-165 Smith Street, Merrick-5862W
Berman, Gloria-98 N. Grove Street-3343
Bigoney, Edyvthe-117 Harrison Avenue-5l729J
Bingham, Helen-63 Hayes Street-3403
Birkel, Marie-39 Willow Avenue
Blaile, Maria-43'7 Southside Avenue-315W
Blake, Charles-406 Atlantic Avenue-5228
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Bleakley, Doris-17 Elm Street
Blassom, DeWitt-27 Hanse Avenue
Blume, William-'79 Elliot Place-4255J
Board, Ruth-72 Pearsall Avenue-3597
Bogart, David-29 Frankel Avenue-258lW
Bohlen, Charles-48 Harris Avenue-2'712M
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Bookman, Lucille-34 Franklin Square
Bookman, Myrtle-34 Franklin Square
Bornkessel, Doris-143 E. Seaman Avenue
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Constantino, Frank-12 Helen Avenue-908W
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Kyle, Francis-66 Rosedale Avenue
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Lovltt, George-16 Gill Avenue-3002W
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Reich, Joan-98 Grove Street-960
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Reis, Adelaide-47 Pettit Blvd.--248"lM
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Rhodes, Marie-98 Harris Avenue-30'79J
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Samet. Shirley-284 S. Bayview Avenue-5416
Samlen, Robert-17 Independence Avenue
Sanders, Richard-76 Sunrise Highway
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Sappe, Robert-94 Gregory Avenue-Merrick
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Schad, Patricia-255 W. Lena. Avenue-1958
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Schley, Frances-19 Miller Avenue
Schneider, Grace-109 West Beltagh Avenue, North B
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Veith, Edwin-334 Southside Avenue-2572
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Verity, John-103 Rose Street-6557
Verity, Madalyn-121 Sportsman Avenue-4l98R
Vestal, Fran-ces-48 Leonard Avenue
Vestal, Paul-48 Leonard Avenue
Vetters, Harryellewlett Street-Merrick
Viebrock, Jean-475 Long Beach Avenue-6853
Vita, Joseph-267 North Columbus Avenue
Vollmer, Meta-118 Leonard Avenue
Vurgason, George-45 W. First Street
Wachtel, -Helen-128 S. Grove Street
Wagenfohr, Lawrence-Woodland Avenue-Wantagh
Wald, Quentin-39 Raynor Street
Walker, A-da-76 E. Merrick Road
Wallace, Walter-17 Leonard Avenue-2692
Walling, Harry-East Avenue-7366
Alfred-76 Harrison Avenue-1163
Kenneth-248 Smith Street
Helen-295 Rutland Road
Katherine-421 Babylon Turnpike
Staros, Evelyn-50 Ray Street-6454J
Stauback. Martin-193 Rose Street
Steller, Constance-97 Petit Blvd.-4324
Stelter, Margaret-8 Central Parkway, Merrick-4807
Stephenon, Macke-Washburn Avenue-87
Sterner, Doris-288 Southside Avenue-2728
Stevens, Lawrence-'12 Ray Avenue
Stewart, MarcellaA20 Bedell Street-3501
Stewart, Ollve-18 Frankel Avenue-5681.1
Stewart, Shirley-65 Harris Avenue-5683.1
Stewart, Virginia-65 Harris Avenue-56836
Stiner, Edward-21 S. Bayview Avenue
Stocloberger, Marie Grace-598 S. Long Beach Avenue
Stokke, Allen-213 Lena Avenue-50'IR.
Stone, Ralph-131 Merrick Road-Merrick-747
Stong, Raymond-135 Smith Street-241.1
Stout, Bettina-1-63' Pine Street-8058
Strader, Harlan-233 Rose Street-4714
Stragzzglgld, Rita-216 Smith Street-Merrick-Freeport
Stroh, Harold-105 Bedell Street-508
Steuven, John-18 Leonard Avenue
Stumpf, Alice-50 Colonial Avenue-3436
Sullivan, Eileen-Potter Avenue-N. Merrick
Summers, Merrill-177 Wallace Street-401
Sussner, Joseph-13 W. Dean Street
Sutton, Strain-309 Lena Avenue-831W
Svenson. Alma-49 N. Grove Street-254R.
Swan, Walter-25 Hillside Avenue-2893.1
Sweeney, Thomas-451 S. Bayview Avenue-ll03M
Szymanskl, Teddy-203 E. Dean Street
Taylor, Ida-39 S, Long Beach Avenue-6476
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Temple, Elmer-269 N. Long Beach Avenue-3866
Allen-100 IS. Bay Avenue-96W
Terris, Raymond-180 Madison Avenue-1892W
Terry, Russell-280 Pine 'Street
Thom,4 Joseph-2.63 South Merrick Avenue, Merrick-
Thomas, Edythe-81 S. Albany Avenue
Thomas, Evelina-81 S. Albany Avenue
Thomas, Walter-100 Lexington Avenue
Robert-263 S. Merrick Avenue, Merrick
Thompson, Greta-126 Independence Avenue-1653M
Thompson, William-132 Randall Avenue-5865
Thonnesen, Dorothy-158 Whaley Street-4841
Thurber, Marjorie-403 S. Bayview Avenue
Tiana, Betty-208 N. Long Beach Avenue-3668
Tiernan, Ellen-142 Broadway-1347
Tiernan, Anna-142 Broadway-1347
Tletzsch, Robert-1 Coolidge Place-263-6R
Tomeo, Michael-70 Stevens Street
Tompkins, Paul-'15 Randall Avenue-6571R
Tree, John-61 Porterheld Place-1535.1
Tricano, Dominica-408 Atlantic Avenue
Washington, Agnes-82 Sunrise Highway
Washington, Ernest-20 Helen Avenue
Watson, James-224 Pennsylvania Avenue-4088M
Watson, Margaret-164 E. Merrick Road
Watterson, William-148 N. Main Street-1632
Weed, Nathan-120 Fox Boulevard, Merrick-4902M
Weeks, Leola-68 Washburn Avenue
Weidlg, Carleton-115 Beach Drive-Merrick
Weide, Audrey-267 E. Seaman Avenue
Weller, Theodore-25 Dorothy Court
Werner, George-96 Craig Avenue
Werner, Stephen-8 Shey Court
Whaley, Gertrude-'78 E. Merrick Road
Wheeler, Jacqlueline-18 W. Dean Street-6013
Wheeler, Janet-18 W. Dean Street-6013
Whethers, Ruth-58 Henry Street-2'T'l4J
White, Dorothy-60 Elliott Place-3057
White, Mary Jane-317 N. Main Street
White, Lillian-60 Elliott Place-3057
Wiley, Thomas-72 Pearsall Avenue
Willetts, Dorothy-35 Church Street
Wilkin, Gilbert-'71 Ray Street
Willett, Virginia-2"13 Grand Avenue-4538W
Williams, George-296 Roosevelt Avenue
Williams, Lawrence-82 Helen Avenue
Williams, Robert-348 Randall Avenue
Williamson, George-22 Gill Avenue-4380
Willis, Harry-89' Sunrise Highway
Wilson, Arthur-132 Smith Street, Merrick
Wilson, Harold-92 N. Main Street
Winne. Jack-321 Archer Street-1945
Withelmansen, Alfred4"l3l Hanse Avenue
Wiseman, Mary-132 Porterfleld Place-7321
Wittlen, Martin-42 E. Merrick Road-3468
Wolfe, gganklln-lm South Babylon T-urnpike, Merr
Wolff, William-120 S. Bayview Avenue-484
Wright, Edna-102 Raynor Street
Wright, Frances-28 N. Main Street-'I398J
Wright, Ruth-102 Rayner Street
Wright, Valentine-47 Gordon Place-7499J
Wulf, Dorothy-161 St. Marks Avenue-4033W
Wulf, William-161 St. Marks Avenue-4033W
Wurston, .Blanche-12 Summers Place
Wurston, Dorothy-12 Summers Place
Yesworth, Rosina-125 East Avenue
Yetman, Douglas-111 Pettit Blvd.
Young, Albert-9 Southside Avenue
Young. Jane-161 Rose Street-1893R
Youngliniz. George-65 Mount Avenue-1030
Yugel, Walter-43 Denhoil! Avenue
Zacher, Andrew-51 Smith Street-Merrick
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Alanko, LaVonne-23 Oakdale Court, Wantagh
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Alcorn, Nonie-396 Atlantic Avenue
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Aillo, Dixon-337 South Bayview Avenue
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Argust, John-121 Stevens Street-5180R
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Broll, Edward-100 Rutland Road-2702W
Brown, George-36 East Merrick R-oad
Brown, Joe-78 Elliot Place-l90R
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Budd, Irene-106 Leonard Avenue-3891
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Cable, Dorothy-29 Dutchess Street-531
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Canese, Pierre-14 Joan Court
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Carman, Harriet-217 Bedell Street-200
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Carr, Albert-32 Independence Avenue
Carr, Grayce-Woodcleft Avenue
Carr, Harold-32 Independence Avenue
Car-ter, Mary Louise-74 Bayview Avenue
Carty, Katherine-131 Bedell Street-3805
Cassassa, Leonard-377 Pine Street-7929W
Casey, William-165 Porterfield Place-281M
Chambers, Florence-41 Craig Avenue-1832M
Chapman, Stuart-211 Bayview Avenue-3834
Christensen, Otto-1001 Bellmore Avenue-
Chichester, Stanley-47 Lexington Avenue-
Christie, Helen-64 Denhoff Avenue
Christopulos, Frank-60 West Merrick Road
Clark, John-31 West Merrick Road
Clark, John W.-18 Commonwealth Avenue-
Cohen, Florence-195 Washington Street-
Cohen, Ruth-148 Bedell Street-2261M
Coleman, Frederick-155 Jay Street-3215
Colman, Adele-155 Jay Street-3215
Colman, Glrace-193 Lexington Avenue-i909
Collins, Jarvis-210 Eastern Avenue - Bell-
Collins, Ruth-133 Center Street-590
Colyer, Katherine-79 Wlallace Street-855
Cook, J-ohn-387 South Grove Street
Cook, Robert-387 South Grove Street
Corby, Robert-203 Porterfield Place
Cordaro, Charles-Cypress Avenue, Wantagh
Cordaro, Sarah-Cypress Avenue, Wantagh-
Cornell, Errol-200 Merrick Road
Crev3s:S'f.t, Marie-45 Lakeview Avenue-
Crevoissegtt, Myrtle-45 Lakeview Avenue-
Cronin, Elizabeth-24 Lenox Avenue
Cruickshank, Harold-41 Miller Avenue-279
Crummel, Sylvia-76 Sunrise Highway
Culling, James-63 Southside Avenue-4247
Curtis, Erkel-64 Hills-ide Avenue
Cutts, Stanley-311 Locust Avenue
Daniels, Frank--77 Grand Avenue
Daniels, Janice--247 Roosevelt Avenue-5999
Davis, Dorothy-77 Harrison Avenue-3252
Davis, Mary Elizabeth-77 Harrison Avenue-
Davis, Peggy-77 Harrison Avenue-3252
Davis, Ruth-420 South Ocean Avenue-5930
Davison, Winifred-16 Lexington Avenue-
DeBeauchamp, Robert-207 Randall Avenue-
DeFe-o, James-109 Sunrise Highway
De Freest, Edith-91 Nassau Avenue
DeMase, Dominick-67 Broadway
DeMuth, Harry-5 Van Buren Street
Deterling, Margaret-32 West Milton Street-
Deterling, William-32 West Milton Street-
DiCarlo, Philip-77 Raymond Avenue
Dickerson, Millard-215 Wallace Str-eet-1072
Dickson, David-11 Dock Drive-5067R
Dickson, Mary-11 Dock Drive-5067R
Diemer, Katherine-5 Taft Place-791J
DiMase, Frank-20 East Milton Street
Dittrich, Eunice-42 Rutland Road
Dlabola, Francis-21 Willow Avenue-2291M
Dlabola, Joseph-21 Willow Avenue.-2291M
Dobbin, Leon-121 Commercial Street-4281W
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Donaldson, Robert-94 South Bayview-5486
Doran, Jack-90 Hillside Avenue
Dorneyg Veronica-80 Weberfield Avenue-
Dotter, Charles-29 Roosevelt Place-710
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Drake, Evelyn-12 Coolidge Place-2905M
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Dunn, Jane-11 Prospect Court-894
Dunn, Jeanne-122 Commercial Street
Eagle, James-51 North Columbus Avenue
Easton, Glenn-348 Roosevelt Avenue-1139
Eidenweil, Marjorie-48 Russell Place
Elar, Anthony-63 Buffalo Avenue-1221.1
Elliott, Grace-115 Lexington Avenue-5371
Ellison, Austin-111 Ray Street
Ecmra, Richard-220 Smith Street
Engle, Helen-153 East Avenue
Enstad, Hanse-45 Hanse Avenue
Essex, Frederick-154 Denhoff Avenue-4892
Eveland, William-34 Russell Place-1936
Faber, Edith-32 Morris Street-1026
Feinstein, Morton-357 Smith Street--3331
Fenderson, Theresa-63 Sunrise Highway
Ferrara, Joseph-57 Rutland Road
Fieldsa, Doris-393 South Grove Street
Fine, Arnold-61 South Main Street
Firth, Luzena-142 East Dean Street-4105J
Fishlfggcg, Arnold-64 West Merrick Road-
Florenzie, Frederick-315 Southside Avenue
Forker, Raymond-97 West Lena Avenue-
Forrester, Grace-199 South Gxrove Street
Fowler, Ruth-130 Lillian Avenue-407W
Fox, Robert-Senaca Place, Wantagh-Wan-
Francis, Searle-98 West Lincoln Place-4128.1
Frank, Adele-123 Park Avenue-5385
Frank, Rita-32 Weberfield Avenue-3518
Freedman, Shepherd-67 East Dean Street-
Freeman, John-'78 Wilson Place-3477
Friedman, Charles-244 Randall Avenue-5945
Fring, Charles-250 Wallace Street-610.1
Fritz, Victoria-26 Cottage Court-744
Funda, Greig-320 Archer Street-4090
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Gildersleeve, Melba-33 Triangle Place
Giller, Edith-58 Mount Avenue-473W
Giebel, Joseph-29 Gregory Avenue-Merrick
Gissel, Aloha-41 East Woodbine Drive-788
Glacuis, George-82 Shonnard Avenue-437
Glenz, Marshall-88 Atlantic Avenue-7137
Gockley, Elizabeth-234 Locust Avenue-2269
Gold, Jean-75 Elliot Place-315R
Goldblum, Seymour-95 North Columbus. Ave-
Goldfarb, Earl-56 North Bergen Place
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Goldner, Paula-56 Broadway
Goldsmith, Arthur-33 Connecticut Avenue-
Goudge, Robert - 136 East Dean Street-
Gray, Robert-49 Madison Avenue-771
Greenberg, Ray-109 North Bayview Avenue
Greenberg, Walter-56 Broadway-7351W
Greenleaf, Elizabeth-29 Elm Street-339
Grey,5Egorothy-290 South Ocean Avenue-
Guesno, Gilbert-2 Miller Avenue-Merrick
Guittard, Neal-41 Lee Place-1045
Haack, Mary-49 Russell Place
Haggggtyg, Ruth-54 Beverly Road, Merrick-
Hallam, Robert-205 Westside Avenue-6110
Hallock, William-174 South Grove Street-
Halvorsen, Doris-310 Atlantic Avenue
Halvorsen, Harry-310 Atlantic Avenue
Halvorsen, Madeline-308 Atlantic Avenue
Hamlyn, Stephen-14 Gill Avenue-2853J
Hamgnagk, Wlilliam-7 Woodbine Drive, East-
Hanington, Allen-Wantagh Avenue - Wan-
Hanna, Malcolm-31 Elliot Place-5075
Hannlcgrg, Lawrence-340 Roosevelt Avenue-
Hansen, Robert-54 Roosevelt Avenue-879R
Hargirfgves, Grace-Willow Street-Wantagh
Harrison, Mary-107 North Ocean Avenue-
Hartlieb, Robert - Jones Avenue-Wantagh
Harvey, Norma-108 West Merrick Road-
Haskins, Marion-West Woodbine Drive
Haynes, Ophelia-15 South Columbus Avenue
Healey, Evelyn-180 South Grove Street-173
Heinrich, Robert-181 South Long Beach Ave-
Henderson, Ann-194 Smith Street-3510
Henney, Richard-189 St. Marks Avenue
Henry, Clarence-38 Morton Avenue-1623J
Herrmann, Arthur-161 Stuyvesant Avenue,
Hershkowitz, Morris-68 Harris Avenue-1434
Hershkowitz, Rose-63 Harris Avenue-1434
Hess, Herbert-14 Morris Street
Hetzler, Arthur-66 Independence Avenue
Hewlett, Ruth-1 East Merrick Road, Merrick
Hicks, Maude-224 Helen Avenue
Hill, Helen-371 Miller Avenue
Hill, James-52 Lexington Avenue-259R
Hoifman, Curtis-157 Wynsum Avenue, Mer-
Hogan, Alice-243 Porterfie-ld Place-7493
Holcgzlribi, Roberta-83 Weberfield Avenue.-
Holmes, Lillian-13 East Dean Street-1994R
I-Ioman, Anna-Bushwick Avenue-Merrick
Hook1er,REdward-131 Independence Avenue-
Horesco, Anna-270 South Main Street
Hornbeck, Stephen-98 Smith Street-2206
Horndrup, John-33 Cary Place
Hudson, James-151 East Seaman Avenue
Huestis, George-84 West Lincoln Place-3681
Hummel, Polly-Wantagh Avenue, Wantagh-
Hunt, Elizabeth-86 Wilson Place
Hunt, Mary-86 Wilson Place
Iacovino, Filomena C.-209 Church Street
Iacovino, Natalie-209 Church Street
Illardi, Josephine-253 Rose Street-7377
Inglima, Josephine-353 Atlantic Avenue-
Isenberg, Maurice-108 North Ocean Avenue
Israel, Ralph-30 Bedell Street -4311
Jacobi, John-40 Claurome Place
Jackson, Donald-245 Rose Street-13885
Jasi, Sadie-95 Pennsylvania Avenue-833M
Jenkins, Marion-52 Leonard Avenue-4462
Johnson, Donald-172 Rose Street-4542
Johnson, Doris-83 Craig Avenue
Johnson, Edwin-Woodbine Drive East-503
Johnson, Ruth-172 Rose Street-4542
Johnson, Sylvia-155 South Bay Avenue!-
Jokumsen, Ethel-103 Moore Avenue
Jones, Claire-129 Commonwealth Avenue,
Jones, Elsie-290 North Main Street
Jones, Geraldine-42 Craig Avenue
Jones, Katherine-88 South Ocean Avenue-
Jones, Madeline-42 Craig Avenue
Jones, Willard-18 West Milton Street-3472
Judd, Edwin-151 Wlhaley Street-4347
Juffros, Jane-397 South Grove Street
Kalban, Mildred-18 Miller Avenue-7312
Kampman, Anna-20 Franklin Square-112M
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Keleher, Joseph-180 Randall Avenue-2137
Kelly, Margaret-102 Maple Place-2518J
Keogh, Thomas-214 Porterfield Place-1678
Kerns-Charles-119 North Bayview Avenue
Keshefsky, Robert-15 West Lincoln Place-
Kertesz, Honora-91 South Grove Street-
Kingett, Robert-14 East Dean Street
Kinsey, Marjorie-287 North Long Beach Ave-
Kirchgessner, Robert - 405 South Bayview
Kirkham, Mary-255 Pine Street-1172
Kissel, Robert-56 West First Street
Kittridge, Geore-84 Madison Avenue-3671
Klemm, Robert-29 Ray Street
Koch, Ralph-15 Gordon Place
Koppel, Gertrude-404 South Ocean Avenue
Kowits, Bertha-108 North Grove Street-965
Krabbeler, Mildred-93 Bedell Street
Krapf, William-78 North Columbus-4771
Krasnoff, Irwin-21 Ray Street-1818W
Kremelberg, Margaret-211 Grand Avenue-
Kurz, Marion-58 North Columbus Avenue
Langdon, Ellsworth-411 South Grove Street
Langdon, Ruth-411 South Grove Street-1401
Lange, Kathryn-279 Wallace Street
Langmal-ri, Paul-Oakland Avenue, Wantagh-
Leibowitz, Diana-157 Harris Avenue-5681J
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Letson, Betty-120 North Ocean Avenue
Levin, Harold A.-206 Wallace Street-4341
Levin, Harold H.-102 Randall Avenue-6239
Lewis, Betty-104 Jay Street
Lewkovifisky, Irving-67 Merrick Avenue-Mer-
Lewneay, Evelyn-83 South Main Street
Leys, Robert-193 Washington Street-2422
License, Mabel-27 West Lincoln Place-1728
License, Ted-190 Wallace Street-1361M
Lindsay, William-6 Rose Street-980
Logan, William-38 Hampton Place
Lomnitzer, Ann-135 North Main Street-
Losee, Hazel-69 Denhoff Avenue-5010
Lowe, Jack-93 West Lincoln Place-6206
Luther, hCharles-124 Bunker Avenue, Wan-
Lynch, Eileen-118 Centre Street
Lynch, Mary-135 Glenada Court
Lynch, Mary E.-187 West Lena Avenue-
Lynch, Nathaniel-187 West Lena Avenue-
Lyon, Helen-173 Rose Street 2270W
Lyons, Frank-101 Webe-rfield Avenue
Lyons, Mary Ann-101 Weberiield Avenue
Mackay, Catherine-88 Rutland Road-889
Magan, Arthur-23 Miller Avenue-2026
Magan, Kathryn-23 Miller Avenue-2026
Magan, Mary-23 Miller Avenue-2026
Maggiolo, Allison-129 Hillside Avenue
Malone, Raymond-309 Pine Street-1852
Mangan, Adelena-215 Church Street
Marks, Mary-Lufberry Avenue-Wantagh
Marks, Zelda-855 Archer Street-443
Marshall, Rudolph-48 Lexington Avenue
Martin, Charles-98 Raynor Street
Martin, Robert-426 Pennsylvania Avenue-
Martin, Robert B.-Jones Beach Hotel, Wan-
Martin, William-98 Raynor Street
Mauersberger, George-83 Henry Street-
Maxxgrgfl, Donald-350 South Ocean Avenue-
McCabe, Maurice-129 Porterfield Place-3620
McClz3an, William-85 West Lincoln Place-
McClellan, Gilbert-68 Center Street-3588W
McCloskey, Edna-22 Pearsall Avenue-3072
McGee, Gertrude-Park Avenue, Wantagh-
McGinley, Thomas-268 East Seaman Avenue
McLellan, Hubert-197 East Seaman Avenue-
Gene-409 Cornelius Avenue, Wan-
J ames-409 Cornelius Avenue, Wan-
McNally, Ann-132 Washburn Avenue-5282
Megahan, Norma-30 Grundy Avenue, Merrick
Mentil, Virginia-93 East Milton Street-
Meyer, Anna-146 Washburn Avenue
Meyer, George-21 Independence Avenue
Meyer, Louise-61 East Seaman Avenue
Miceli, Victor-46 Leonard Avenue
Mihalik, Olga-7 South Bay Avenue-7191
Miller, Evelyn-371 South Grove Street
Miller, Gladys-43 Miller Road
Miller, Kenneth-53 Miller Avenue
Minan, Lester-431 Southside Avenue-1914
Mintz, Sydney-57 Gfrand Avenue-4372M
Mitchell, Irene-24 New York Avenue-675W
Mitchell, Marie-27 Freeport Street and Bell-
port Avenue, Wantagh
Mohr, Louis-96 Sunrise Highway
Monett, Alice-288 Merrick Avenue, Merrick-
Moore, Anne-820 South Long Beach Avenue
Moore, Joan-213 Church Street-6430
Moore, Leonore-283 Miller Avenue
Moore, Joan-213 Church Street-6430
Moore, Lois-2 Halsey Street-434J
Moore, Robert - 140 Washburn Avenue -
Moore, Robert-145 Harris Avenue-528M
Moore, Walter-19 Roosevelt Avenue-7924W
Moran, Jack-120 Harrison Avenue-15J
More, Clement-101 Atlantic Avenue
Morgan, John-186 N. Columbus Avenue
Morgan, Mary Edith-186 N. Columbus Ave-
Morris, Buelah-307 Netta Blvd., Bellmore-
Morrell, Dorothy-244 Grand Avenue-8073
Morrissey, John- 122 Washburn Avenue-
Morrow, Kenneth-316 S. Long Beach Avenue
Moser, Libby-218 S. Grove Street-2868
Moser, Marion-50 N. Long Beach Avenue
Mott, Dorothy-190 S. Main Street-931W
Mulimenko, Michael-4 Slaurome Place-946
Mullen, Vera-Stevens Avenue-1167
Muller, Hope-40 Fox Blvd.-Merrick
Murphy, Joseph-52 Weber-'field Avenue
Muratori, Beatrice-34 Connecticut Avenue-
Muratori, Inez-34 Connecticut Avenue-3093
Muratori, Laura-138 Porterfield Place-2521
Muro, Joseph-30 S. Long Beach Avenue-
Muro, Paul-30 S. Long Beach Avenue-1226M
Murphy, Helen-311 Grand Avenue
Murphy, James-52 Weberiield Avenue
Murphy, Jerome-14 Oakwood Avenue-Mer-
Murphy, Margaret-18 Madison Avenue-2685
Murray, Albert-218 Gordon Place-449R
Myers, Frances-20 W. Lincoln Place
Myers, Marguerite-112 E. Seaman Avenue
Negler, Helen-22 Pearsall Avenue
Nelson, Carl-352 Southside Avenue-1276
Nelson, Irene-16-6 Rose Street-99W'
Nestor, Joseph-110 E. Milton Street-1697
Neumann, Eileen-696 S. Bayview Avenue-
Newell, Bergen-53 Madison Avenue-1591
Nichols, Walter-92 Wallace Street-'764R
Nickelsberg, Asher-37 South Bergen Street-
Norman, Marion-64 Whaley Street-485R
Nussbam, Isadfora-60 East Avenue
Nygren, Frances-230 Rose Street-3968
Obey, Charlotte-317 Miller Avenue-411J
Ohms, Frederick-122 Church Street-111M
O'Keefe, Edward-54 Craig Avenue
Osieki, Wanda-177 Park Avenue-3612.1
I D A U E R N H E 1 M
l Waniagh Long Island
Phone Wantagh 0030 Leo Wetter and Joseph Sens
l WANTAGH HOTEL
Duck, Chicken and Steak Dinners a Specialty
Meals Served From 11:30 A. M. To 8 P. M.
WANTAGH AT THE STATION LONG ISLAND
I Tel. Hempstead 4909
I Hempstead Riding
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Osten, Marjorie-240 Locust Avenue-7967
Owens, Louise-222 Juanita Avenue-3174M
Palmer, Margaret-83 Oak Street
Paraspolo, Johanna-28 Archer Street
Paraspolo, Joseph-28 Archer Street
Pardoen, Gerard-51 Craig Avenue
Parks, Newton-15 Onsl-ow Place-198
Pascal, Beatrice-340 Wallace Street-1544
Paterson, Carolyn-46 Harrison Avenue-
Patterson, Frederick-104 Denhoi Avenue-
Paz, Clara-39 Russell Place 368
Pearce, Dorothy-205 Washington Street-
Pearsall, Shirley-174 Whaley Street-194
Peck, Marjorie-147 N. Long Beach Avenue-
Peckett, Edith-17 Stillwell Place-2054W
Peckett, Helen-17 Stillwell Place-2054W
Pellicio, Jennie-214 Miller Avenue
Penta, Charles-172 Bedell Street
Penta, Michael-172 Bedell Street
Perez, Melvin-270 Rutland Road
Peters, Jack-280 N. Columbus Avenue-320R
Philbrick, Edwin-322 Archer Street-695R
Phillips, Alice-72 Washburn Avenue-6193
Phillips, Warren-148 Thelma Avenue
Pirkola, Alfred-'79 Lillian Avenue-1171W
Pisciotta, Gemma-94 Broadway-3444
Pisciotta, Helen-94 Broadway-3444
Plotsky, Esther-39 W. Seaman Avenue
Plotsky, Solomon-39 W. Seaman Avenue
Poetsch, Clara-Lufberry Avenue, Wantagh-
Pollack, Murray-22 Pearsall Avenue
Porfert, Muriel-27 E. Seaman Avenue-2894R
Post, Alfred-30 Claurome Place
Post, Harold-121 Denhoff Avenue-4199.1
Powers, Alice-65 Southside Avenue-195
Powers, John-90 Nassau Avenue
Preziosi, Joseph-33 Lee Place
Price, George-176 N. Main Street-1502
Price, Seymour-176 N. Main Street-1353
Primavera, Jennie-43 Hanse Avenue-5629
Pungle, Ruth-42 Riverside Drive, Wantagh-
Pupulidy, Helen-127 Lillian Avenue-4984
Pupulidy, Mary-127 Lillian Avenue-4984
Quinn, Eugene-Wilmarth Place-Wantagh
Radcliffe, Al-ex-325 Bedell Street
Ramler, Hannah-21 East Merrick Road-824
Ramsteck, Donald-248 Rutland Road-6168
Ramsteck, Edward-248 Rutland Road-6168
Rankazzo, John-203 E. Merrick Road
Rantsch. Harry-147 E. Seaman Avenue-
Rapp, Elaine-83 Raynor Street
Rauter, Clarence-38 Rutland Road-3046W
Ray, Dorothy-60 Nassau Avenue-1300J
Raynor, Audrey-293 S. Main Street-8'7R
Raynor, Evelyn-303 S. Bayview Avenue-585
Raynor, Sinclair-303 S. Bayview Avenue-585
Rees, Evelyn-88 Craig Avenue-4535M
Regan,kGiertrude-27 Meaden Avenue, N. Mer-
Regan, Ray-239 S. Ocean Avenue-1287
Reich, Rose-98 Rose Street-0960
Reid, Selma-53 Center Street
Reilly, Francis-242 S. Ocean Avenue-1504
Renton, Claire-93 Evans Avenue-2461
Renton, Myrtle-83 Evans Avenue-3605
Reoch, Edith-104 Wallace Street-6686
Rhodes, Betty-102 E. Milton Street
Richard, Evelyn-251 Wallace Street-610M
Ritter, Dorothy-71 Loines Avenue, Merrick-
Rivers, Geneva-42 Alexander Avenue
Rivers, Eugene-42 Alexander Avenue
Roberts, Jewel-114 Lexington Avenue-4322
Robins, Ruth-73 East Avenue-342M
Robinson, Albert-76 E. Merrick Road
Robson, Gerald-404 Babylon Tpke.-3628
Roelefsen, John-37 Harrison Avenue-3878
Rogner, Esther-336 Bedell Street-558.1
Ronai, Leslie-46 Woodcliif Avenue-3772
Rosenfeld, Jean-70 Wilson Place-5442
Rothwell, Philip-185 Wallace Street-2882
Rudloff, Sylvia-17 W. Milton Street-3565.1
Ruege, Ruth-8 Taft Place-107
Ruether, Gertrude-Austin Avenue, Wantagh
Rullmen, Henry-703 S. Bayview Avenue
Runcie, Gertrude-89 S. Ocean Avenue-563
Runcie, Janet-89 S. Ocean Avenue-563
Ruppell, Ruth-295 Grand Avenue
Ryder, James-401 S. Main Street-2477R
St. Claire, Irving-716 S. Bayview Avenue-
St. George, Gordon-535 Archer Street-2408
Salvata, Josephine-182 Ray Street-6455
Samet, Morton-284 S. Bayview Avenue-5416
Sarant, Alfred-507 S. Ocean Avenue-6696
Saunders, Burrelly-63 E. Sunrise Highway
Sayers, John - 27 Independence Avenue -
Schaad, Robert-255 W. Lena Avenue-1958
Schaefer, Gerard-223 Church Street-94M
Schaefer, Jenneth-274 N. Columbus Avenue
Schiffer, Jane-255 N. Long Beach Avenue-
Schiffer, Maxine-200 Independence Avenue
Schley, David-19 Miller Avenue
Schmid, Marie-66 Frankel Blvd.-Merrick
Schmid, Richard-350 Bedell Street-5889
Schuster, Virginia-168 Randall Avenue
Schwaner, Virginia-40 Wilson Place-5737
Schwer, Frederick-375 S. Long Beach Avenue
Schwer, Muriel-375 S. Long Beach Avenue-
Scotti, Vitina-98 Grand Avenue-3992
Scudder, Gerald-114 Brooklyn Avenue-597J
Seagle, Anna-213 S. Grove Street
Sellars, Virginia-34 Bedford Avenue
Semken, Louise-9 Harrison Avenue
Serby, William-25 N. Long Beach Avenue-
Seybolt, John-129 E. Dean Street 1545
Shea, Eileen-48 Mount Avenue
Shea, Virginia-76 East Avenue-342R
Sheard, Williaiii-86 W. Seaman Avenue-
Shebar, Mildred-Corner Ocean Avenue and
Sheekan, John-96 S. Ocean Avenue-77
Sheppard, Herbert-217 Church Street-3035
Shields. Orian-216 Lexington Avenue
Shore, Nancy-187 S. Ocean Avenue-307
Schroyer. Wilbur-139 Harris Avenue
Siegel, Dorothy-211 Pine Street-5705
Siegfraagb Elaine-60 Lincoln Blvd., Merrick
Sievwright, Elmer-39 Lexington Avenue
Pyle-Gray Real Estate Co.
Appraisers - Brokers
310 Ashland Place,
Robert H. Gray George H. Gray, Jr.
Tel. Freeport 4266
A purchase at GOLDMAN'S
Insures Comfort, Confidence and
Get Your Shoes at Go1dman's
84 So. Main St. Freeport, N. Y.
S. and S. CLOTHIERS
Freeport, N. Y.
The Irving Shop, lnc.
Clothier - Hatter
Tuxedos to Hire
80 S. Main St. Freeport, N. Y. I
BUICK and PONTIAC
Smith and Post '
38-40 E. Merrick Rd.
Freeport, N. Y.
LeRoy Smith Freeport 7300
Adolph Levy 6: Son
Head to Heel Apparel for Men
Freeport, N. Y.
FRED BEERS, Inc.
Wholesale arlcl Retail Dealers in
Milk arid Milk Products
Freeport Division Main Office
25 Bennington Ave. 101-112 100th St.
Freeport, N. Y. Ozone Park, N. Y.
Tel. Fpt. 8180 Tel. Vlrginia 7-7700
The Leonard Shoppe
The Most Complete Specialty Shop
on Long Island
Lingerie - Sportswear
72 S. Main St. Freeport, N. Y.
Telephone Freeport 5898
Sievwright, Richard-39 Lexington Avenue
Silber, Lottie-243 S. Grove Street-5659
Simonsen, Florence-64 Southside Avenue-
Skinner, Gregory-82 Bennington Avenue
Small, David-212 N. Ocean Avenue
Smith, Ethel-Hanse Avenue
Smith, Evelyn-60 West Side Avenue-3666.1
Smith, Louis-50 Morris Street-2575
Smith, Marjorie-32 Smith Street
Smith, Minturn-28 N. Main Street-7398J
Smith, Nina-22 Martin Avenue-2053
Smith, Ray-Wantagh Avenue, Wantagh-790
Sofield, Loretta-50 Nassau Avenue
Soloman, Pauline-11 Rose Street-4531
Soper, Raymond-William Street
Spader, Richard-263 Smith Street-394
Spokes, Alfred-38 Onslow Place-856R
Squires, Grace-16 E. Dean Street
Stadelman, Joseph-105 S. Bay Avenue-5444
Stanislaw, Theodore-85 Smith Street-3672
Starcke, Frederick-190 Brookside Avenue-
Staros, Basil-58 S. Main Street-3294W
Staros, Evelyn-58 S. Main Street-3294W
Stauback, Madeline-193 Rose Street
Stearns, Hamilton-381 Archer Street-1352
Steiert, Barbara-78 Rosedale Avenue
Steiger, Ida-41 Miller Street-Merrick
Steinmetz, Harry-35 Bedell Street-1736M
Stenswold, John-101 Atlantic Avenue
Sternad, John-129 E. Dean Street
Stevenson, Audrey-25 S. Main Street-1290
Stevenson, William-48 Graffing Place-7922M
Stewart, Marjorie - 18 Frankel Avenue -
Stewart, Olive-18 Frankel Avenue-2581M
Stiegelmaier, William-J53 E. Seaman Avenue
Stockinger, Lorraine-37 S. Gurove Street
Stokk-e, John-213 Lena Avenue-507R
Stokke, Robert-213 Lena Avenue-507R
Strittmatter, Warren-98 Pearsall Avenue-
Stroh, Alfred-105 Bedell Street-508
Strumenger, Ruth-54 Henry Street, Merrick
Sunshine, Eleanor-359 Roosevelt Avenue-
Sussner, Grace-13 W. Dean Street
Sutherland, Amelia-2 Smith Street-446
Sutherland, Jean-2 Smith Street-446
Sutter, Winifred-258 S. Bayview Avenue-
Swaninglson, Edith-Cornelius Avenue-Wan-
Terry, Evelyn-29 Willow Avenue-573J
Thomas, Garret-21 W. Lincoln Avenue-262.1
Thompson, Derwent-126 Independence Ave-
Thorne, John-56 East Avenue-6691
Tiedeman, Dorothea-25 W. Merrick Road
Tietzsch, Virginia-1 Coolidge Place-2636R
Tomasello, Carmine-Neptune Avenue, Wan-
Tonjes, Florence-42 S. Grove Street-5388
Townend, Helen - 162 Stuyvesant Avenue,
Trayer, Grace-32 Archer Street-4046
Trayer, Weslie-32 Archer Street-4046
Trayer, William-112 Shonnard Avenue
Tredwell, Grace-440 Merrick Road-1719R
Tree, Edward-61 Porterfield Place-1535J
Triebwasser, Arthur-40 Lee Place-2852J
Tschirn, Sophie-Grove Street, Wantagh-954
Tuttle, Paul-30 Rutland Road
Turdirk, Louis.-165 Stuyvesant Avenue-
Ullian, Esther-241 Church Street-6184
Ullian, Murray-120 S. Bay Avenue-2830
Ulmer, Dennis-20 Wlaverly Place
Valentine, Florence-135 S. Grove Street-666
Van llggr Werken, Betty-328 Archer Street-
Van Riper, Mildred-31 East Avenue
Van Tgggl, Richard-Jones Avenue, Wantagh
Veith, Hazel-334 Southside Avenue-2572
Verity, Dorothy-261 S. Main Street-7327
Verity, Elsie-12 W. Smith Street
Verity, Ernest-Johnson Place
Vestal, Mary-48 Leonard Avenue
Viebrock, Harriet-19 Graifing Place-4236
Von Elm, Robert-338 Archer Street-2024
Wallace, Henry-135 Smith Street-241J
Wallace, Stewert-135 Smith Street-241J
Wally, Kuni - 122 Commonwealth Avenue,
Walther, Harry-295 Rutland Road
Ward, Charles-421 Babylon Turnpike
Wardlow, Charles-459 Atlantic Avenue-3234
Warner, Jack-445 Archer Street-695W
Watson, Edward-229 S. Long Beach Avenue
Wiehgsggenry-103 Merrick Avenue, Merrick-
Weibaldt, Robert-82 Ken-ny Avenu-e, Merrick
Weiler, Theodore-25 Dorothy Court, Merrick
Weinberg, Arnold-37 W. Seaman Avenue
Weinberg, Florence-172 N. Ocean Avenue-
Weinligesgg, Sidney-172 N. Ocean Avenue-
Weiner, Seymour-64 Harrison Avenue-1724J
Wleinhold, Alma-21 Smith Street
Wenk, Harry-383 Archer Street-6018
Werder, Gertrude-98 Shonnard Avenue
Westcott, Cuyler-180 Lena Avenue-2189
Wharton, Georgette-4 Mount Avenue
Wheeler, Jacqueline-18 W. Dean Street
White, Stanley-42 Henry Street
Whitmore, Edgar-138 'Church Street-372W
Whitmore, Phyllis-138 Church Street-372W
Williams, McKendree-156 Bedell Street-4934
Williams, Reiman-348 Randall Avenue
Williamson, Louise-22 G-ill Avenue-4380
Winnie, Peggy-321 Archer Street-1945
Wise-Jane-226 Pine Street
Wittl, Casimir-177 Park Avenue-3612
Wittlin, Florence-42 E. Merrick Road-3468
Wood, Cyrus-267 W. Lena Avenue-4524
Wooley, Betsey-383 Archer Street-6018
W-oolley, Lee-383 Archer Street-6018
Wright, Barbara-11 W. Lincoln Place-1777
Wright, George-102 Raynor Street
Wright, Helen Louise-11 Waverly Place
Wright, J ohn-73 Connecticut Avenue
Wright, Marjorie-360 S. Long Beach Avenue
Wlforst, Harold-22 Graffing' Place-6258M
Yetmann, Betty-111 Petit Blvd.
Zahn, Robert-20 E. Seaman Avenue-3005
4 Church Street,
Freeport, New York
Boulukos' Tea Room
Sodas and Lnncheons
Tel. Freeport 459
Day Phone 7504
George A. Smith, Jr.
North Main Street
Near Seaman Avenue
24 HOUR TOWING AND
WRECKING CAR SERVICE
Night Phone 5273
Tel. Freeport 3229
"Service That Satisfiesu
Henry Von Elm
48 W. Merrick Rd.
Freeport, N. Y.
FRED C. WARE
Real Estate Rentals
119 W. Sunrise Hgwy. Freeport 612
19 South Grove St.
Freeport, N. Y.
Stationers and Office Outfitters
Barber Shop Beauty Shoppe
37 Railroad Ave. 50 Sunrise Hgy.
Barbers - :- Hairdressers
Formerly Tony's Original Central
Now Under N-ew Management
Julius Iversen - Leslie Ivers-en
Formerly of The Penn Terminal
New York City
Home Made Goodies are made in
l-lerb's Stationery Store
136 SO. MAIN STREET
Phone Freeport 3441
Borden's Ice Cheam
Wantash Periodicals, School Supplies
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
Film Supplies, Candies
Wm. Tschirn, Prop. Wan. 954 Newspapers
Tel. Freeport 4480
Jantzen Swim Suits
TCJIIII-5, Golf and
Trunks and Luggage
70 s. MAIN ST.,
FREEPORT, N. Y.
Jos. H. McCloskey
Ray C. Whittaker
Best Lumber Co., Inc.
38 Smith St.
Freeport, N. Y.
Tel. Freeport 1509
F REEPORT PRESS
Jewelry and Emblems
Quality Printing f 07'
84 Church Street Freeport, N. Y. 355-357 Mulberry St.
Tel. Freeport 1275 Frank Post, Prop. Market 2-0377 Newark, N. J
The Freeport Bank
The oldest bank in F'reeport con-
servatively serving our people.
The youths of today are the
men of tomorrow and the
choice of a BANK is almost
as important as the choice
of a career.
FREEPORT, N. Y.
Resources over 3 Million Dollars
Sold in your School
Sold in your Neighborhood
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Breyer Ice Cream Co., Inc.
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GROVE GIFT SHOP
R. Bliss, Prop.
97 S. Main Street,
Freeport, N. Y.
COMMERCIAL AND SOCIAL
Full Line of
A School of Business Technology
Courses of intensive character, pre-
paring for various occupations in
business, are given at Pace Institute
in daytime and in evening cl-asses.
These courses include among others
Accountancy and Business Ad-
Summary fC.P.A.J Accountancy
Shorthand Speed Classes
Advertising and Marketing
Selling and Marketing
Bulletins, interesting vocational book-
lets, and class dates are available up-
on request. Inquire of the Registrar
by personal call, by letter, or by tele-
phone, Barclay 7-8200. Visitors are
225 Broadway New York, N. Y.
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THE COMMUNITY GUIDE
Just as the electric signal directs daily traffic, so does the
High School illuminate the pathway of the younger
Likewise, the daily newspaper serves as a beacon for the
entire community. It spotlights current happenings, re-
flects public sentiment and brightens the stop ahead.
May you and we be ever alert to our respective oppor-
tunities and responsibilies.
Congratulations and our best wishes to the class of 1935.
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JOHN J. JOHNSEN
PAINTING AND DECORATING
339 Wallace Street Freeport, L. I.
FREEPORT AUTO AND
RADIATOR AND BJODY WORKS
Auto Radiators, Fenders and Bodies
Wood Work - Tops Recovered for All
Cars - Auto Radiators Repaired,
Tested Under Pressure and Guaran-
Phone 3842 42 E. Merrick Road Freeport, N. Y.
Freeport Tinsmith and Roofing C0mP1im'9UtS Of
40 Newton Boulevard Mllhnery Shoppe
Sam Fennel' F1'eeP0I't, N. Y. 65 S. Main St. Freeport, N. Y.
Wantagh Meat Market
Masem Construction Co., Inc.
70-28 88th St. Glendale, L. I.
Tel. Faculty 2-4581
Phone Freeport 2284
Hauser's Flower Shoppe, Inc.
149-155 Sunrise Hihway, West
Freeport, Long Island
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WM. A. MOSER
South Main Street Freeport, L. I.
Tel. Freeport 3698
NASSAU SHOE REPAIRING SHOP
F. Montalbano, Prop.
Shoes Called For and Delivered
292 N. Main St. Freeport, N. Y.
28 Main Street
HARRY'S MEN'S SHOP
Freeport Finest Store
NORMAN'S Specialty Shop
Freeport, N. Y.
A. C. Kohout, Prop.
HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS AT
LOWEIST MARKET PRICES
Zaret Lumber KL Materials Corp.
MR. A. Sl-IEBAR
Freeport, N. Y.
F RATERNAL COUNCIL
Telephone Freeport 5057
TONY'S BEAUTY SHOP
34 W. Sunrise Highway Freeport, N. Y.
The oldest Beauty Shop in town, equipped in the newest
fashion, Where Tony, the pioneer hairdresser of Freeport,
with his clan, offers the utmost in service.
Formerly Tony's Original Central 23 Railroad Avenue
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