Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)

 - Class of 1938

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Zffifizi'-fzifcff-f V. 4412, .6 114 X, VQVAGEUR 1938 ,4 We know 'rhere are forces 'lwixl heaven and earlh Which govern our sorrow, our love, and our mirlhg These wielded by Gool, lhe Greal Spiril Sublime, Traverse all space, and endure for all lime. ffl'lem'y Slommel. We, 'rhe Class of I938, dedicare fhis book +0 Miss Miriam Roberfs, whose service, leadership, cooperafiom, and spiendid crearive ideas have added in no smaii measure 're our eriioymerii and happiness. Three FQREWQRD As sludenis graduaring from high school, we profoundly appreciale radio's imporlance bolh in our pasl and iulure careers. Radio is a graphic illusfralion of The necessily of cooperalion among people in every wallc of life. ln rhe broadcasring sludio, Jrhe slcilllul labor of ihe engineer a+ 'rhe conlrols is as vilal To The ulfimale success of 'rhe program as 'rhe erior+s pur forlh by lhe versafile Shalcespearian aclor 'ro enrerlain his unseen public. So il is wiih our school, each srudenl srriving noi merely lor personal reward, buf un- selfishly for The beliermenlr and renown of his Alma Ma+er- nol only in scholarship, buf in sporls and cullural acliviiies as well. Lilce lhe unknown arl'is+, who, half-apprehensive, half-rejoicing, makes his debul' +o lhe vasl world beyond lhe airwaves, we, loo, enler upon a new conlracl, promising 'ro live up To in every way Jrhe high slandards ser by Jrhe facully and by The alumni of Freeporl l-ligh School. lmporianl or lrivial as our iirsf programs may appear, Jrhey will, neverlheless, eslablish a foundalion upon which we shall build a richer, happier success. CONTENTS DEDICATION SCHOOL VIEWS ADMINISTRATION - FACULTY CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS FEATURES JUNIOR I-IIOI-I ADVERTISEMENTS Auditorium Entrance Arcade from Auditorium Eigl'1T ADMINISTRATIQN A N D FAC U LTV l-TE guiding geniuses oT all radio programs are The experTs who siT behind Their insTrumenTs and regulaTe The volume, Timing, and Tone oT a broadcasT. No one is aware oT The Tremendous imporT oT Their duTiesg Their worlc is merely Taken as a maTTer oT course. So iT is wiTh our TaculTy who have so eTTecTively guided our high school program ThroughouT The years. Our success can be aTTribuTed To Their earnesT en- deavors. They have direcTed and led The daily acTiviTies so well ThaT our TuTure programs should be wiThouT inTerTerence or discord. 'Fla ' - " i I , 1 , V: r fZ X .1595 ' W x.N my 33 I . Q-.wgfg Q l 4 - I 5 Q LJ' af" h 7 f a n ff Q, '1'21' . . fl - ! 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A spiriT oT Triendliness, an earnesT and conTidenT cofoperaTion beTween sTudenTs, TaculTy and The communiTy, are dominanT characTerisTics oT our schcol. The TiTness oT The Theme oT your Year Boolc aT graduaTion Time challenges ThoughT. Eor years The radio has aTTracTed youTh. The Tigure you see peering inTo The microscope in radio research is broad shouldered, young, and vigorous. lT is TiTTing, ThereTore, ThaT This Year Boolc should Talce as iTs cenTral Themeferadio. Radio iTselT has Tparely made a beginning, as accomplishmenTs oT Today are measured. lT presenTs a genuine appeal To The inTeresTs oT all young people. lT is an upATo-daTe and worThwhile Theme Tor your Year Book. BesT Wishes To The Class oT I93B. May each oT you have The saTisTacTion oT well deserved achieve- menT won. GEORGE C. COLYER. PresidenT oT Board oT EducaTion BOARD OE EDUCATTGN Dr. George C. Colyer PresidenT Mr. Leo E. Giblyn Mr. CliTTon B. SmiTh Mr. OTTQ Jensen Ten Mr. George E. Williamson JOHN W. DODD A.B., AM., Ph.D. STUDENTS OF FREIEPORT HIGH SCHOOL IN VVRITIP-IG This arTicIe Tor your yearbook, I wish I were able To convey To you The ThriII ThaT comes To me in speafqing in your assemblies, in meeTing you aT your aThIeTic conTesTs, aT your schooI pIays: and oT The pIeasure and privilege oT greeTing you aIong The high school corridors and in The cIassroon'ws. As I IooI4 aT your accornpIishmenTs and records, I conTess To pride in The presenT generaTion oT young peopIe. GraduaTion To me represenTs young peopIe aT Their besT enTering upon The mosT viTaI period oT Their grow'I'h. Here is an imaginary miIesTone on The TurnpiIce oT growfh and achievement aT once a resTinq place Tor ThoughT and mediTaTion, and a sTarTing poinT Tor Tresh exerTion in The perTorrnance oT The journey. The Tame, The popuIariTy, The Triendships, and The cheers oT your high schooI days are aII a necessary parT oT your educaTion. Our ToremosT chaIIenge is ThaT oT producing ciTizens who respecT IrnowIedge. are eager in iTs pursuiTs and sIriIITuI in iTs use. Fame may be accidenTaI, popuIariTy may Take wing, The crowds may cheerq one Thing aIone endures! ThaT is characTer. CharacTer is The resuIT oT Two Things' fmenTaI aTTiTude and how we spend our Time. T5esT wishes To each member oT The cIass oT I938. JOHN W. DODD, SupnrinTonrInnT aT Srlmale iI.wfiir1 TO Tl-TE CLASS OF T938 MAN is a gregarious being. l-le craves comradeship, fellowship, and sympaTheTic undersTanding Trom his Tellows. This urge oT The human race is responsible Tor The wireless, Telegraph and Telephone, The radio, and Television. Through The medium oT radio and Television, space is no longer a barrier To man in his desire To communicaTe wiTh his Tellows. Man noT only wishes To be wiTh his Tellows buT he wanTs To be desired by Them. ln high school we label Those who are desired mosT by Their Tellows as popular. Those who are popular in The besT sense oT The word, we call leaders in school liTe. We elecT Them presidenT oT our clubs and capTain oT our Teams. These people who are giTTed wiTh The abiliTy To lead have a greaT responsibiliTy To Their Tellows and To The school. Those who use Their populariTy as a license, Tailing To recognize Their responsibiliTy To Those who are looking To Them Tor leadership. soon Tall by The wayside. The Voyageur is a record oT Those who have lcepT TaiTh wiTh This TundamenTal urge oT humaniTy. These sTudenTs have accepTed posiTions oT leadership in The school and have made good. The biggesT problem in The Tields oT business, indusTry. and The proTessions awaiTing The members of The I938 class is, ThereTore, The age old problem oT human relaTionships. M besT wish Tor you aT This commencemenT season is ThaT you may conTinue To be leaders in all worThwhile movemenTs in socieTy, ThaT you may be aT all Times True To The Trusf and conTidence oT Those who are looking To you Tor leadership, and ThaT you may aT all Times be worThy OT lasTing Triendships. MARTIN M. MANSPERGER. Principal oT The High School MARTIN M. MANSPERGER B.S.. A.Iv1. Twelve RUTH E. COCHRAN Members oT The GraduaTing Class oT I938, GREETINGS AND T-IEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS you are now going ouT inTo The world To have new experiences in rneeTing new and diTTiculT siTuaTions. How you meeT Them will depend upon The ToundaTion OT characTer which you have laid during These school days. We are all keen abouT The radio and marvel aT The wonderTul broadcasTing sTaTions. Did you ever realize ThaT we each have access To The greaTesT broadcasTing sTaTion ever known? The CreaTor oT you and me is willing To send ouT guidance and help any Time we "Tune in." Someone has said, 'lWisdom is knowing whaT To do, skill is knowing how To do iT, virTue is doing iT." By "Tuning in" To This GreaT BroadcasTing SysTem, we may each geT The wisdom, skill and virTue To make a success oT liTe. The condiTion Tor geTTing in Tune wiTh This sTaTion is simply a sincere desire To geT Gods help and guidance. ThaT you may always be "Tuned in," is my earnesT desire. Your sincere Triencl, RUTH E. COCHRAN. Vice-Principal oT The l-ligh School Thirteen S. E. SI-IERWOOD, A.I3. CLARENCE GENNER Lafin IndusIrIaI Arfs A V ,. I n ETI-IEL M. TEMPLE Sewing LANGUAGES cv- ' HW f . '7ff ,.,i- If . 'if . ffvl r y ' . LL. I-IARRIET A. CI-IURCI-I. CeJIeIeria INDUSTRIAL AND I-IQUSEI-IQLD ARTS ARTHUR B. MEYERS, BS. VCJIAN M. WELLS, B.S. IndusIriaI Avis Cooking IRMA M. BATES, I3.S., M.S Home Ecwmnmics LILAI-I CUSI-IMAN, AB. BESSIE LAPEDES, A,B. RUTI-I BAKER, A.B., A.M. M. Q. SKINNER, A.B.. A.M. K. ALICE I-IOERNER, A.B French French German, Spanish Spanish Lafin Fourfeen MATHEMATICS I . 3 as MABEL C. WI-IITE, A,B. ALICE V. DAVIS, A.B.. AM. C. O. TREMPER. B.S. In Maihemafics MaIIIemaIics MaII1cmaIics BERTI-IA A. TRIESS ELLA M. DAVIES, B.S. KATI-IRINE I-IAND. A.I3. Mafhemafics Mafhemafics Mafhemafias .I- Y. X I . ,v N . ,P ' -7 A -Qgg, . I W E'Q' l I ., E.A , . MARIONE TURK W. C. MOGER, B.S,. A,M. ADELLA E. MATTSON. B.S. CommercIaI Commercial CommerciaI NELLIE S. CLARK, BS. In Ed. MaII'Ioma4ics COMMERCIAL Y N 4 my . -,L I ly ifi ei . Qi.: ,.L...,2":t. ' . 5 " I '53 RRI Q 5 ' I' in t ,, Q Q I-IELEN HUNTER. AB. C. SHEARD PARKER, AB CommercIaI CommerciaI Eifmen C,g"m.o-5Q,62sc.vd'2mr-nm C. L. BOCKOVEN, A.B. C. English P. R. SKIDMORE. A.B., AM, English H. KLINKART, A.B., A.M. English Sixleen 4. 'Q 5 Q f si 'Q W RFK? sv . 'w H. Mal-lOOD. A.B., AM. MARY BARLOW, A.B., AM. English English OLIVE lvl. SWAN, A.B. Librarian ENGLISH AND DRAMATICS gf Q: im A llln A A MARLARIE WlLl-lEl.M. A.B English E. M. CLARK, BS. in Ed. English l , k I ii .. 4 WILLIAM English . E. LOVELASS, B.S., A.M English S. HUGHES. B.E. 'W V, M. S'CKELS. A.B.. English MARY ZABRQUWSKY, A.B. English FRANCES TRICAMO, AB. HENRY N. BURNETT English Speech 4UE SCIENCE, HEALTH, I ,. G. ODONOVAN, A.B. A N D J. W. SOUTHARD, B.P.If. P. M. JORDON, A.B., A.M. D. CLARK, B.S, A M Physical Educafion Physics, Chemislry Physical Educalion PHYSICAL EDUCATION RUTH BEIGHLEY Afhlefics Denial Hygiene L D. BIRD, B.S., M.D. GLADYS L. DERRICK, R,N. School Physician ' Healfh Educahon yci. y V:.. nr WILLIAM I-I. TIRRELL, A.B. Coach, Chemislry ' . fx-5 A. R. MQKENNA. B,P.E.. A.M. Elemenfary Science HAZEL A. HACK. A.B. General Science As I as if in I is ,Ls ua IK DOROTHY GILLEN. B.S. Physical Educalion F. L. C. LOBAUGI-I, B.S. General Science I-I. LANE, B.S., A.M. General Science Sevenleen ROBERTS, B.S,, AM. J. Music Eiglvreen , QQ. M.WETTLAUFER,A.B. BMU5. Bend, Orclwesfra I MUSIC AND FINE OLGA E. SODERSTROM Aff ARTS MAUD E, CONSTABLE Aff W. BRUNER, B.S., A,M Music LILY MUIR WALLER Ari Q I S S I I wx 52 GEORGE I-IOLLANDER. A,B. E. SOCIAL SCIENCE 6. R. MacAR - A.B. DONALD KELLET, A.B. LEVA ROBBINS, B.S. Hisfory Cifizenslwip, English Geoqrabhy ig I ' if if A I f . l.,. K l ' VIVIAN H. BIRD, A.B. W, VV. JONES, A.B.. B.D. FAITH K. HOOK, BS. in Ed. I-Iisfory Social Sfudies Hisfory BOARDMAN, B.S., A.M. IRVING FRANKLIN. A.B Hisfory Social Sfudies ELIZABETH W. CLOWES Hisiory Nineieen CLASSES N a sfudio, one sees various Types of people gafhered in groups eilher broadcasling or rehearsing for various aclivilies. A few are radio slrars: o'rhers are announcers: slill ofhers are educarorsg and +he resi are Jrhe members of lhe casi who are nol' oufslranding bu+ esseniial lo +he broadcast A high school. like a siudio, has similar groups of people. They are divided info classes, and in each class lhere are leaders, oralors, scholars, alrhlefes, and lhe lesser lfnown members of lhe group. These classes are all engaged in a major broad- casl which will delermine 'rheir places in lhe world. '- 'X fi'--1.1 af' IELEXX - 'mx fx 2:x"'NN'Qxi'XW Qi? XX' , , f m f :gif J - My J ,., -X , 9' Lg HMXX XXL . ' 1 T T W -- P ? ' - 'N' ,. ' . i J 'i i T17, x' 'F' Q if Q ll ,J I -v wx Lai : - -, QX I 4 - ,ff ", K-,-,' 1,1 v ,Y Y A h Yi: Q sd' 0,1 arm 'N ..- ,, Y 44 If l!Jj f ,W V .. ' X f ff fx .1 f Q 'UQ e Q, l r I- , -SEQQQEEEL L k ji hh fig?--- ,r xxx X I , 1 J? !3 2 ,-I- x ieeassrw... .M 4 -7-',5"lf"X - 'ifiiiiiefiiv ' " ' W - ,Z 2' ffi' 7--Q' V XX "'-5E:eEE5::4 x Sw? x fikgll ? ' xy6395i1iii1::'f!iTi '- X, -fx. l:..- X fl:-i-Zfxfx qi--L. - ..,. -.----:'x L 'f ff' x' fx is I 1 x f Q .eff Jflxg,:.Q -,5gss:gfI15555y!'?-Tgg3 li3iii5EiEii:::::::::'+1 - W . llill "" --"""I"' ii 'i ', ff' I V 'x ' ':::::: mu . 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M . . v m AN ..,H',- 50 'Midi , ,f .5 X, I D s of X l?i9e Kay Ackerman X Riding Evelyn Adamsqramg 6 lub 3: Te In 3: Band l, Club 3: Fashion Shows-Z Club 2, 3, 4: Arl Cl 3, 2f 3' 44' G- O- 31 'lf le- V. . ' 1 4,'Swimrr1ir7q Club 4' l Mer- 3. 'f' ' Nighf Cam. , Sa all ff Squa 3, g ur ' ' - Sfal ' 1 5 ' y 2' AW. Q. pf- I I J. Q lfirr All efsee Tri-Circle Andrew nderson infra. Donald Andersonxhcor- Francis AnJe,'son'--fieglv. , 4,-Jr High Trafhb Squad. mural Basl'efball4. ball Squad 3, 4: Traclr man Baslerball: Foorbal. A Mqrx u J 1 ., Mgr. 4: A. A, Council 4,' Squad l, 2, 3: Baslefball G. O. l, 2, 3, 4: Boy! Squad l, 2, WW. Corn. 4. jg. ll I ' K ' ' d"-- .le "AN 'QA-I: r., ESU K W A 1 X 1 C . xy. 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Cou Margie Goes Moderf1"2,' Varsffy 3, 4: infra-mural I: Jr. rch, Sr, 4,' Trahqc Squad Lofus Slossom"3,'SenlOr Baslefball 2, 3: Capfafh Orch. 2, , frl's rch. 3. "- Chor. l, 2, 3, 4. 4,'f'1. A. 3, 4,' G. O. 3, 4: l, 2, 3,' G O Soy! Wee! Cofn. 4,' Usher 4. I V .1 'fl"'Q,.vv,' . L' V - een DuncankJ Naf ncfl Hon. Soc.: Sr. N 'l. o l,' Usher Soc. 4: qldxrp 2. V. Pres. ji r S: Libr Club I, , ' Club 3, La ' ench u eas.: la ocfefe ono re: Flashing: 3, 4 Colum fsf,-Voya9eurG , Me . s. 4, Se ' : r Cl S frl's' K Mary Dunn X Fen lers 4, Pres Squad resa lsdorfx y Circle :f U ra-Pnural Meefl Sc 3, 4,' Ped and 2 3 fre l, 2: Baseball 3 ss. Mgr., 4' ow I Tri- William Eaganxlwasque Mdfff and hire 3 Wig 45 Faofbal! Squad ashlon o I, 3, 4,' "Big lnlearled , .' . l,.M4,' berf' 4: G. O : she 3. ." U Fashion X ' , 2, 3. K. a Edd: Show 3 Her- . 4. X Fashion , 4,' Drama Club 4, G. O. 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Hel Riding Club ' ading J' it Q4 Rufl1 Fowler X Library Dorofhy Fra Club 4,' Voyageur Typisf 3, 4 Sfaff 4,' Faslvion Show l' Tr ' quad 4' K Q 1' rXG. O. 2, Marforie FrrbdXQl'6f3l, ed'Fri. X Na fr 591, ' 2' L Hon. o 22 3, 4,' Vic - f ! , Pres. 'Pyf ,G.O.4. '!' K , m ' Y I -,Vx , .AJ en Fl 2, H Squa on Sno erning X Naf. on. Soc. 3, 4,' Jr. Hon. d 4,' Soc, l,- Library Club 3, w 4. 4,' Pyfliagoreans 3, 4,' Le Cercle Francaia 3, 4,' Lalin Club 4,' La Sociele Honore aire 4,' Sfudenf 3, 4,' bd,- in Clvief 4: Ass? Ed 3 Y 9 Soc 4 hbgeans 3, ' Cl ball Sckffiyd Eunice Gesec S qua Joan -mural ,' Koda 3, 4,' Alplva quad 3' d Wlvife 2, 3' Traf 4,' G n. Arif: Club ' HIXY 3, ' qore , . S ua . O. l, q Uslver 3, ur GinneverX!nfra- 4, fnural Baslfefba 4, Pyflva- Orclv, I ans 4: Ass'f. Hooley 3 al Mgr. 3: Voyageur 2, 3, 45 Sfa174,'Jr S 4. 3, . ,Hi 4, Squ 3, 4' Fo 2 4'Basl 'A' . 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'51 VXQY. 43 mqg X Usher CoXurrXmsX 3. , c,uXaX'rorX Usher '51 Pxssembq Thfrlry CXUXU 3, 4. Go Cur. E Track Dram Ed. Shah 'B' FXashm aqe me in 'NY' 44050 Marqarek GoXXer f Nah VBYXXS X'XorX.Soc,. Jr. and Sr.-, Xfrrrq Vorrq, Chic 3. 4'.X1'xce-Pres. a Chic X, 19104- 43 Hash- . qs ax, Roberk 6urxXherfSwXrrX- ' 'QQ 'Xearfw 4'. Band 7., '51 O X, 7., 3, 43 CXass YVXYYNBYXCBYVXBYXX ' Com- x CWD Vrckor er Band Y-ukh Nrrwa Gruberfr Abd- qaf f , 3' "3 3' 'xrrq CXuXo 41 Yrench Chfo prom SOC. gbaig X 41 Y'XashXnqs 4. 43 Yrerxch rr? . . 6- - 43 Xrrench , 43 Ge.if'2kx'X9V 33 C0 an , A-l rwgoxa N'rqhX Usher 3. YZXU 41 er ' ie Xlrerrgrr rrXevv:2rrXerXX Usher 3. Essay sX', 'Lcd Qf.X7.6 rfXarXj953"f'4CorXXesX', A Qashkxqs 3, 43 DeXoaXe WJ earn 4. xg ' X ge Hgnnonef-Mgr, P-udre1X"1anse fXXXaX.X'XOrX. ' q Team 43 Soc. lr. and Srx, Drama rv 4. 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Off, ua 3, 4. ,xv L, ' , Ciiess Ciub it ' f 51 , V f 'WJ Ciub lf i'v'fa-fnurai A f siefbaii 2, 3, 4,' Capt f QL u xi X 'F' - ' 1 Vyd! u K ' N ,- 1 K . , V aroid Hewiofl Leonie HewieHXFasnion G1-.gCgir,cf, .Band 4 Joyce HifexDranva Club 1- Snow 25 Tri-Circie 2, 3, 4, i 3, 4,' Lib, Ciub 4,' Swim- geur Typ- I minq Ciub 4,' "Tino Phan- 4: G. O, l, 2, 3, fom" 4,' Jeweiry Coin. 4,' 4, Trai Squad i., 1' G. O. 3, 4,' Pubiicify Com. . pq , 44 . A1 I , Jw, A ' r" , v " f' r . XR J , ' i wi, . H' X, ,I .gig jk I f .2 n M W ' - ,, fm A .I Al . I ' 1 Joim Hodgkin X Sfamp Frances ge -Fgsiwpn Igkrofhy Hoglanderxping Agnes Horescoxliasivion Ciub lp i-li-Y 3, 4,' pres. 45 Snow l, , Tri- rdlsi 2, 3, A- Ong 3,' Fasnion SHOW 4. Show, 4,' Red-VVi1ife Meef, Aeropiane Ciufn if Foof- 4,' Usiv '3,' G. . I, 2,,3,' bali Squad 3, 4,' Basiref- '4,' V 'r-Gra' uafion 3. nail Squad 3,' infra-rnurai i w 37 Assf. Traci' Mor. 3,2 V O. l, 2, 3, 4,' H. R. Mgr. Treas. Jr. Ciassf G. O. 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'33 41 We U. 3. X F .XoX'm Xl. 'XreefSv. Nah T'rancesUsXXcafX3'mqX3onc X'Xarrq Vekkerfia 0Ffy.+W XrXon.Soc.3X3vama CXuXo X. CXuX: '53 Kodak X4XuXo 43 'L O '13 6. O. CouncXX X, '53 MX,oXus BXossom" '53 Vasu XnXva-muwaX BEBSX-6Xb6XX'5, 43 Kon Show X, 43 QXXX Grade "QfOx,1'mq Vans" 'I-3XvaXXXc Onorusr, Sv. OXIXQ Chorus uad X3 O. O. Xlep. X3 'B',,XYZXX'X-XC, Squad X3 G. O. 1,33 CXas.s Yves. 'Z, 4. SQ G1.O.X. Xo aXX NNaX 1, 43 4 '53 4. aske XXXerfX5 - O. O s Vel Klub 4 , 4 'Tung ey l A 4 l ode! Andr 2, 3, 4, G ounCfl,' PWS l' Siege Elscf ' ' . 45 4- 4,' B wal Besief- , Haslefball l- ageur Typ' 7-ypfgf Carl Wefdfg X Df' Club 4: Span. C G. O. 4. amd Mary lub 4,- Werl'l1eLs-erxSoen. 2 Club 4: "Margie Goes X Modern" 2: Spring Con cerf 2, 33 Sr. Girls' Chorus 2, 3, . O. 4. L Ulfan Wh1'f 3, 4 e Xlwaflm rf ,' lnlocley l, 2 , ' 3 Capt 4, Baslelball l 7 3, 45 Baseball l 3, 4,' swf C Club febold x n! arry Willie lc ug ? U ,2:A. A. X 1 mining 4: A. f'-L , ,' 1 ouncfl 4: Faslvlon Snow J, l,' Traf SQUGOI 4,' G. O. 1, 3, 4: bl. l?. Mgr. 2, 3, Ll Doroflfy WIYSOHX af. Dougle lnlon. Soc.,' Span. Club 3, 4: Plllg Pong Club 3 Trees. 4: Swfny ' 4: lnlocl' 1177611 - ,- Hi-Y 5 O. C Club , 2 3 . ,' nfra-fn all 3' ew Zdclrer-XG. 0. 4 earn 2: rfclen l, 2, 3,' and Mgr. 45 Tfdm-C Squad lf G. O. l, 2, 3, 4' f V'-W' bl. 19. Mgr. 2. :sf 4: Sfudenf '?,' Nfnflv Grade 9 Forfffhre I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenl Class "Lo+us Blossornu: Sr. Trai. Swain SUTTON Evelyn Adams Conlesl I: Fashion Show 3: Assembly Com. 4: I-I. R. Mgr. 4: Inlra-mural Baskelball 2. Roberf Aurihur 2, 3: V. Pres. 3, 4: Infra- mural Baskeiball 3, 4: Assi. Baseball Mgr. 3: Tennis Tour. 4: Flashings 2, 3, 4: Assr. Bus. Mgr. 3: Bus. Mgr.-1: 6. O. I, 2, 3,41 G. O. Council 4: Debale Team 2, 3, 4: Capl. 4: Usher 3. Lee Ausfin Sraii: Band I. 2. 3. 4: Orch.3,4:Jr. High Trahfic Squad: G. O. 2, 3, 4: II. R. lvlqr. I, 3. James Brown Assembly Com. 4: Boys' Week Com. 3, 4. Vira Combs ball Mgr. 2, 3: Baskelball Mgr. 4: Flashings Typisl 3. 4: Reporler 3, 4: Voy- ageur Bus. Slarl 4: Siu- denf Typisi 4: "Margie Goes Modern" 3: Fash. Show Usher 3, 4: Chorus I: Sr. Glee Club 2: Tral. Squad 4: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: G. O. Council 4: H. R. Mgr. 2: A. A. Council 4: Class Nighr Usher 3: Girls' Week Com. 4: Chairman. Alberf DaSiIva 2: Am. Leg. Prize Speak- ing Conresi 2, 3: Civic Essay Prize 2: Flashings 2. 3, 4: Edifor-in-Chief 4: Jr. Orch. I: Sr. Orch. 2, 3: Traffic Squad I: G. O. 3. 4: Debale Team 2, 3, 4: Capt 3, 4: G. O. Council 3, 4. Ralph Donnelly 2, 3, 4: H. R. Mgr. 3. Jean Duncan Sporl Ediior, 4: Fashion Usher 2, 3: 9Ih Grade Chor.: GirI's Chor. 2: H. R. Mgr. 2: Debare Team 4: Mgr.: Nom. Com. 2. Emily Fagan cale 3: GirI's Chor. 3: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: La Sociele Honoraire 4. Forfy-four SENIOR ACTIVITIES-Coniinuecl Jeanne Fenner ball 2, 3, 4: Siudeni' Fea- lure Ed. 4: Yearbook Class Ed. 4: Jr. Traliic Squad Capl. I: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: Class Sec. 2, 3, 4: Nom. Com. 2: Field Day Com. 3: Usher 3: GirI's Week Com. 4. Helen Fleming Jr. High Ed. I: G. O. Rep. 3, 4: "Margie Goes Modern" 2: "Lofus Blos- som" 3: GirI's Chorus 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 3: Ninlh Grade Chorus: Spring Musical I, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Trai. Squad: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: Soc. Sec. 3: Exec. Com. 4: Nom. Com. 3, 4: Class Treas. I: Usher 3. Fred Friedman Marlin Goldman 4: Boys' Chorus 4: Glee Club I: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: H, R. Mgr. 2: A. A. Coun- cil 4. Margarel Goller Bus. Sfarl 3: "Big-Hearled I-Ierberlu 4: Ninlh Grade Chorus I: Sr. High Girls' Chorus 2, 3: "Margie Goes Modern" 2: "LoIus Blos- som" 3: Trai. Squad I, 4: G. O. 4: H. R. Mgr. 4: Class Nighl Usher 3: G. O. Nom. Com. I. Audrey Hanse Squad: Girls' Week Com. 4. James Harrison 3: Tennis 3, 4: Mgr. 3, 4: A. A. 4: Spring Musical I, 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orch. I, 2, 3. 4: Secrion Head 4: Trai. Squad I: G. O. Treas. 4: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: G. O. Exec. Corn. 4: Usher 3: G. O. Dance Com. 4: Nom. Com. I, 4. John Hodgkin Nom.Com.4:CIass Nighr Usher 3: Grad. Nigh+ Usher 3. Anlhony Hroncich A, A. 3, 4: A, A. Council 4: A. A. Rep. ro G. O. Council 4: Glee Club I: G. O. I, 4. Mildred Lindmark Flashings Bus. Sraii 3, 4: Trai. Squad I: G. O. 2. 3, 4: Assembly Com. 4: Usher 3: Pub. Man. 4. Geraldine Lombaer News" I: "Seven Io One" 3: "Jusl for Jus'rin" I: "Rooms ro Lei" 3: "Daddy Long Legs" I: Jr. High Tral. Squad: G. O. 2, 3, 4: Council 2, 3, 4: Sec. 4: Soc. Sec. I: Class Vice- Pres. 2: Assembly Com. 4: Usher 3: G. O. Nom. Com. 2, 3, 4: GirI's Week Com. 4. Pearl Lombaer Legs" I: Fashion Show I, 3: Ninih Grade Chorus: Girls' Chorus 3: Pres. 3: Tfallic Squad 4: G. O. 3. 4:H . R. Mgr. 3: Class Sec. I: Assembly Com. 4: Chair. and G. O. Rep. 4. Jack Lugrin Class Pres. 3: Boy's Week Nom. Corn. I, 2, 3: Usher 3: G. 4: G. O. Dance Com. 3, O. Nom. Com. I, 2. 3, 4: G. O. Exec. Com. 3. 4. Earle Mack Vice-Pres. Jr. Class 3: Treas. Sr. Class 4. Hennie Marsson Baskelball 2, 3: Hockey I: Riding I: Red and While Meer I, 2: Flashings Ren. 3, 4: G. O. I, 2, 3, 42 Trai. Squad 4: A. A. 2, 3, 4: Usher 3, 4. Edith McKenna mural Baskeiball 3: Flash- ings Rep. 3: Traicliic Squad 4: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: Usher 3, 4: G. O. Nom. Com. 2, 3. Virginia Miller G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: H. R. Mgr, I, 3: V.-Pres. Class I: Soc. Sec. 2: G. O. Nom. Com 2: Firsi Prize Counly Fidac Award 3: Firsl Prize Siale Fidac Award 4. Conslance Moore Orch. I: Sr. Orch. 2, 3, 4: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: Class Treas. 2: Class Soc. Sec. 4: Usher 3: Jr. Debaie Team I: "Big Hearled Herber+" Tickel Com. 4: GirI's Field Day Com. 3: GirI's Wk. Com. 4: G. O. Nom. Com. I, 2. Edilh Morrison GirI's Chorus I, 2, 3: G. O. 4. Carol Oslen 4: Laiin Club 4: Treas. 4: Ping Pong 3, 4: In'Ira-mural Baskelball 3: Hockey II Flashings 4: Trai. Squad I, 4: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4? Soc. Sec. Jr. Class 3: Girls' Week Com. 4. Horsi Schweighofer Voyageur 3, 4: Jr. Traffic Squad: G. O. 2, 3, 4: G. O. Council 3, 4: H. R. Mgr, 3, 4. Kafherine Sheard G. O. Rep. from A. A. 3: Secrelary A. A. 4: A. A. 2, 3, 4: A. A. Council 3, 4. Henry M. Slommel Sialili 4: G. O. 2, 3, 4: Debare Team 3, 4. Harlan Sfrader I, 4: G. O. Rep. 4: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: Council 4. Track I, 2, 3, 4: Capi. 4: Inrra-mural Baskelball 2, 3. 4: Capf. 4: Swimming I, 2. 4: Tennis 2: Glee Club I: G. O. I, 2, 3, 4: H. R, Mgr. I: A. A. 3, 4: A. A. Council 4: G. O. Nom. Com. I. John R. Tree 2: Class Vice-Pres. 4: Vice- Pres. G. O. Council 3: Treas.Drama Club 2: Boys' Week 4: G. O. Nom. Com. I, 2, 3. Dorofhy Wilson Chorus: Spring Musical I: G. O. 2, 3, 4. SENIOR SCHOLASTIC I-TQNGRS THE Class ol I938 is lo be congralulaled on ils high scholarship. Usually nol more lhan lourleen or lilleen mainlain averages aloove 9070. The lollowing, in order ol lheir slanding, are lhe names ol lhose sludenls who have mainlained an average ol aloove 9070 lhroughoul lhe lour years ol lheir high school courses: DaSilva, Alberl Schweigholer, l-lorsl Eenner, Jeanne Dahlman, Mildred l-lanse. Audrey McKenna, Edilh Gunlher, Edgar Lombaer. Geraldine Tree, John Eleming, Helen Tiernan, Anne Sweeney, Thomas Goller, Margarel Miller, Virginia Sillner, Elsie Goeller, Harold Eddy, Calherine Duncan, Jean Marsson, l-lennie Meyer, Josephine Miligi, Eugenie Lindnnarlc, Mildred Donnelly, Ralph Slommel, l-lenry Wilson, Dorolhy Lornbaer, Pearl Eagan, Emily Eerris, Jacqueline Lange, Margarel Bogowslri, Edward Slander, Jean Snnilh, lrving Eidenweil, Lillian Eriedman, Ered Oberlcirch, Joanne l.ulZ, Mary Schurmann, Laurelle Oslen, Carol Gardner, Belly Lulz, Charles Eorly-l V x V f, -am ' ' A Pip,-t H f . 'Z "i so 1 in I M A .M W ,. ,I gy f, I r . 5 v M -'ifiifl K 5 ' K' 5? gf, , . f M Q iw il 1, 'EEE,ff5'z: -V , 31 "" L' S A ' ' I 1.1 we 9' A J:- 'Ez 'iii' ., f . H .,,. E: s 4? 2 ,II A - ' - 9 Social Secrofary Greta Thompson Treasurer .,,, Allen Sfokke G. Q. Rep. ,..LIUian Palmer Presidemf ,,,,,,,, ,,,GiH3or'r Filrzpafrick Vice Presidenlr , Joe Glacken Secrefary ,, .. , Doris McClear1 JLJIXIICDI? CLASS Elaine Alcsl Muriel Auslin Belly Banker Marie Birlcel Doris Geverlz Virginia Geller HIGH HONOR Pauline Gray George Lovill lda Riman Doris Runcie Mildred Semon Allen Slolclce Prosidenf., ,,,SfepP1en Keshefsky Vlce Presiderfr , Donaki Jones Secrefary ,,,, ,,Y,, , ,Isabel Peffiqrew Soda! Secrofary, , Beffy MuNer .:. Y Treasurer, ,, ,, ,, Alfred V-falfers G- 0- Rev MW MO ii SCDPI-KDMCDRE CLASS HIGH HONOR Rosalyn Avidan June Dill Thurslon Gaines Donald Jones Jane Young Donald Miller Doris Richler Allan Terno Rm wfsgm Filly CDRGANIZATICDNS NNUMERABLE dols and dashes speed lheir way unerringly across lhe aerial void ol The elher. Each dash and dol is an indispensable parl ol a message, which may be imporlanf, or perhaps negligible. l-lowever, lhe presence of each sound is whal malces lhe elhereal communicalion possible and lhe dols and dashes achieve Jrheir ullimale purpose by This unify. So, in our school, each member of a club possesses somelhing ihal is necessary lo his club's success. ln exchange for his knowledge, he shares lhe combined ideas of fellow-members. The organizalions in Freeporl l-ligh School are so numerous and Jrheir purposes are so varied lhal il is possible for one lo lurlher, in lhe company of his comrades, almosl any inclina- lion he may possess. , - .Lt ,,..,.,.T..i-, , Y..+,,,,? ,,,, , KZ """'Agk? -'vw A --f 1 '2ij ifgii' f ,..i,,9 ?gil 1 f , 5233-ffigi gg 477:39--L -' A 2 Hi ii' Q . , ' '. ' y jf ' Qla l 1563115 f, rg V u Q .- 'wh !ff?lif'53ff" 'WW' 'lim Q ,ff f S1i. .Q .. V f Y 5' 9 ,, I X i ff X ii fs 'HW' ' -J nm fffflb Aff' i Q SQ ,, k, - ., f Xrw::r1fff' ! f M U! F ., K X x N :ZKS Ni V A ,frw 1 -'-x '- C' R ' AT THE convenTion oT The NaTional EducaTion Associa- NA I Tion held aT Cleveland, Ohio, in l920, Edward Rynearson, H. V. Church, and Merle PrunTy were placed on a com- miTTee To draw up The charTer oT an honorary socieTy Tor high schools. This commiTTee presenTed iTs Tindings aT H Q N G R The l92l convenTion aT ATlanTic CiTy, and in i922 The TirsT charTer was granTed To The NaTional Torch SocieTy oT Chicago. This socieTy was inTended To be The Phi BeTa fx Kappa oT high school. However, Mr. Rynearson soon presenTed a new poinT oT view in his conTenTion, ThaT To place enTire sTress upon scholarship would make The organizaTion "highbrowish" as he expressed iT. Thus, in order To esTablish a broader base Tor eligibiliTy, Three oTher poinTs, characTer, leadership, and service, were combined wiTh scholarship as The Tour cardinal principles oT The organizaTion. And so The NaTional Honor SocieTy oT Today had iTs beginning. AT The presenT Time There are, in The UniTed STaTes, 2,200 chapTers oT The socieTy, wiTh 350,000 acTive members. This does noT include Those members who have leTT high school Tor The educaTional, business, or proTessional worlds. On December 3l, l929, FreeporT High School was granTed The 9I3Th charTer oT The organizaTion wiTh Mr. Mansperger as sponsor. AT ThaT Time Ten members were inducTed. Since Then our chapTer has grown unTil aT The presenT Time we have ThirTy-Three acTive members. LasT June eleven members oT The Junior Class were inducTed aT a dinner aT The FreeporT Elks Club beTore abouT sevenTy-Tive alumni, Tormer members oT The socieTy. AT This bangueT, which is a TradiTion oT The SocieTy, Mr. G. Buchard SmiTh, PresidenT oT The Board oT EducaTion Trom I925 To I933, presenTed To The incoming members, on behalT oT The Sons OT The American RevoluTion oT which he is vice-presidenT, The emblems OT The SocieTy. Those inducTed were Jeanne Fenner, Helen Fleming, Gerry Lombaer, Pearl Lombaer, Glen Lamb, Fred Friedman, HorsT SchweighoTer, Jack Lugrin, John Tree, AlberT Da Silva, and Henry STommel. BoTh Miss MaTTson and Mr. Mansperger are honorary members oT The SocieTy. During The Senior High School Assembly on February 24, TwenTy-Two members oT The Senior Class were similarly honored. They were Edward Bogowski, Vira Combs. Jean Duncan, Jacquelin Ferris, BeTTy Gardner, Harold Goeller, MargareT Goller, Edgar GunTher, Audrey Hanse, James Harrison, Mildred Lindmark, Mary LuTz, EdiTh McKenna, Virginia Miller, ConsTance Moore, KaTherine Sheard, Irving SmiTh, Jean STander, Tom Sweeny, William Thompson, Anne Tiernan, and DoroThy Wilson. We oT The class OT i938 who have been so honored Teel ThaT The course oT our lives has been charTed, Tor we realize ThaT henceTorTh our conducT musT be an example To Those abouT us. And no maTTer where we may journey ThroughouT The UniTed STaTes, when we encounTer anoTher wearing The emblem oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy, we shall know wiThouT TurTher acquainTance ThaT here is an ouTsTanding personaliTy and one who is working wiTh us Toward higher sTandards and ideals in The lives oT The youTh oT America. FiTTy-Two N if W. Li , if Wx f me ,la f-- ' . -4' 'P Sf mi 48 Q NAEW NAL , HQN St ETY L z if l V K , 4 V Q ax ,A. A wi 5. iq LQQA ,1,.15 ' K: lil . 3 qlbl. Lnlmhyy -S , V Y , 5 .A A f If ,' V, , K . ' f x Wx.. , Jx N -1 I , 3 d w Q S 1 2 if Q . 5 t 11 Qs EK S s is A? Q Q I Vk K -.I- ,K . ,., . h I Q . -VQ- f -f' 5 S Eiffy-four TT-IE O. O. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE l-lelen Eleming Mr. Mai-lood Jack Luqrin Miss MaTTson James Harrison Mr. Tirrell Joseph Glaclien Mr. O'Donovan WalTer Maclcenzie Mr. Soufhard Geraldine Lombaer Miss Clarlc Mr. Mansperger, Miss Davies Chairman THE G. O. Execufive Commiffee, organized lasT year, is now efficienfly adminisfering The funds of The O. O. The faculTy and The sTudenTs are each represenTed by six voTes on The commiTTee, because The aThleTic coaches voTe only when Their sporf is in season. The dual purpose of This organizaTion is To render sugqesTions and recommendafions concerning all financial affairs of The G. O.: and To apporTion The G. O. funds among all member organizaTions, which do obfain funds from The O. O. Because iTs operaTions have been successful Thus far, This commiTTee will, wiThouT doubT, become a permanenT one. G. O. COUNCIL OFFICERS Pregidem ,,C,,,A,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,7Y,,,,,, ,, ,, ,,.,,,.......,.... Jack Lugrin Vice PresidenTs ,Y..,,,,A.,,, ..Joe Glaclcen, WalTer Maclcenzie SecreTary A,A,,,,,,,,,,,, Y,,,,,YY,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,, G eraldine Lombaer STudenT Treasurer .,.,,..Y e,,,.... J ames Harrison EaculTy Treasurer ....,,,, .,,,..... M iss MaTTSOn G. O. Adviser ...... ,,,,,..., M r. MaHood Tl-lE GENERAL CDRGANIZATION UNDER The experT guidance oT PresidenT Jack Lugrin, Treasurer James Harrison, Miss MaTTson, and Mr. MaHood, The G. O. has made a Tinancial success of The I937-i938 AdminisTraTion. By means oT a navel way oT selling acTiviTies TiclceTs in a special assembly, approximaTely 850 sTudenTs purchased Them. The G. O. awarded bonuses To The classes and homerooms, in which 7570 oT The sTudenTs boughT TiclceTs, and also To The homeroom managers who collecTed The highesT percenTage oT paid-up acTiviTies TiclceTs. With These addiTional Tunds, The G. O. sponsored six dances, The besT oT which was The elaboraTe ChrisTmas dance. ln The TirsT G. O. assembly The world-Tamed advenTurer, Richard Halli- burTon, spolce To The audience. AT The second, Paul Muro and his orchesTra gave a Tine musical perTormance. Talren inTo G. O. membership This year, were Two recenfly organized clubs, EI Ciris and The PyThogoreans. The 6. O. is To be highly congraTulaTed Tor iTs many innovaTions and iTs eTTicienT service To The STudenT Body. ClTly T1 VCNAGEUIQ Vdilor in-Cliiel Anne limnan Ari Edilor Bill Thompson Assil Ari Edilor lda Riman Class Edilor Jeanne Fenner Club Fdilor Audrey l-lanse Lilermy Siall Mildred Deililwran, Edward Borrow- ski, Virginia Miller, Pearl Lorrrbfaer, Msirdarel Gol- ler l-lenr Siomm l LQ , y e. 'A fi - Girls Sporl Edirol Jean lJunc,.1n Boys' Spell Edilor Tom Sweeney Junior Edilors Waller Maqlwnzie Mary Close Fanully Adviser Miss Barlow Arr Adviser Miss Soderslrorn Sludenl Typisls Marion Renliil, Josepliine Meyer, Fvelyn Adams, Mariiarel larirde, Doroilny Wilsrun llfricflry l-leidvlnrayf-r,.'1rid Rulli llrivvli'-r. EDITCDRIAI. llNlCE llweir lirsl meeling, lield in June lo Consider lenlalive plans, 'rlie Edilorial Slaicl lias worlced willi enllwusiasm lo malfe lliis Voyageur llie linesl yer puplislied in Freeporl l-liglw Seliool. Anne liernan, Edilor-in- Cliiel, and Bill lliompson, Arr Edilor, have done exceplionally good worlc and deserve llie liigliesl praise. Again lliis year, flie Voyageur lias been under llwe supervision ol Miss Barlow. llne llierne ol Radio and llie widely diversilied layouls give dislinclion lo llie book. We are proud lo presenl lliis Voyageur lo you and hope llial if will recall lo you many happy memories. TYPIST STAFF liilly' ur- STAFF Busirwss Manager T-T0rsT S-,hwvirlhciiri A:-.?. Business Manager Franldin M-G, Wi TTT- Advfj-rTii,in-,1 Manager Virginia GUM-i Assf. Advvqriisinfi Muir, Arden So1'oTov STaTf Members f-Vira Combs, Craycu Johnson .loan Gibbn, RrTaSTinni1- TQ-Td, Fa- uT?y' Adviser' Mr. Mcvqor 1-, STudenT PhoTographers - Earl Brown, RobeiT Paf- Terson, Joe Jones, Richard Bolfon, RoberT DeBe-ar rharnp, PoberT Lynch, BUSINESS HE business sTaTT compeTenTly advised by Mr, Moger, has worked earnesTTy To give you This splendid year book. I-TorsT Schwe-ighoTer, who was manager again This year, and Franldin WoTTe, his assisTanT, led The sTaTT in iTs various acTiviTies. The adverTising secTion has been made more aTTracTive by placing sTudenT picTures among The adverTisernenTs. This year, The sTaTT has seT a new record Tor securing adverTising Tor The year book. IT has aTso added several sTudenT phoTographers To iTs organizaTion. We exTend our sincere congraTulaTion and Thanks To Mr. Moger and his sTaTT Torso abTy Tinancing This bubTicaTion. PHOTOGRAPHERS rm, -,JW EdiTor-in-ChioT,,, AssociaTe FdiTcr. ,,,,, . AsscciaTe FdiToi FeaTure FdiTor,, AThleTic FdiTor .. .Helen Fleming BeTTy .loan OlBrien . ,,,, . ...Allen STolrl4e ...Jeanne Fenner .. ..Fred Friedman ATT FdiTor .,.,,, Social FdiTor Alumni FdiTor,,, STUDENT STAFF , Harvey Sr'niTh Mildred Lindmaric Virginia Miller FaculTy Adviser, ,Mrs Boclcoven PUT AdviSer ,,,,,, TypisTs .... Vi PhoTographer ,,,, Nlvliss ConsTable ra Combs, Anne Tiernan. DoroThy Wilson . .. ,,,., RoberT PaTTerson HIS YEAR, "The STudenT" has aroused The inTeresT oT The school Thru changes in iTs appearance and conTenT. The deparTmenT wriTeups have improved in liTerary gualiTy. This is especially True oT The TeaTure, llFamiliar Faces." ln response To The Trend Toward more picTorial maTTer, clever carToons as well as well- Tocused, inTeresTing phoTographs oT school personaliTies have been included. Those unaTTracTive doTs OT lasT years layouTs have been elirninaTed and a more pleasing Type has been used. The appearance oT The magazine has been enlivened by prinTing The covers in gay colors. Under The supervision oT The ediTor, l-lelen Fleming, and The adviser, Tvlrs. Boclcoven, "The STudenT" was published Three Times This year. The sTaTT chose The Themes, AdvenTure and ChrisTmas, and assigned a general Theme To The lasT issue. These Themes were used by The columnisTs as well as by Those who submiTTed sTories. lT has been Touncl ThaT when There is a deTiniTe Theme more and beTTer maTTer is submiTTed, and The magazine becomes more inTeresTing and uniTied. FiTTyfeighT FLASHINGS STAFF Edifor-in-Chief ,,,..... ,,.,,,.. A lberl Da Silva Associale Editors. ,,,,........ Harold Goeller Gerry Lombaer News Edilor .,...,,,,.....,.,..,.,,, Virginia Goller Sporls Edifor ,,.,.,.A.,..,,,,,,,...., Sam Pisicchio Associafe Sporfs Edifor ..,.,,,,,, Ray Nelson Girls Sporfs Edifor ....,,.,,A..,. Lillian Palmer Fealure Edifor ,.,.......,,...,.. ,,,.. S Tuarf Smifh Fealu re Wrife rs Margaref Goller, Jean Duncan, Edgar Gunfher, Sfephen Loewy, Virginia Noho- wec, Ralph Donnelly. Reporfers Rufh Conzen, Helen Bingham, Rufh Gruber, Florence Schafer, Dorofhy Berge, Millon Ullian, Sol Geller, Doris Geverfz, Evelyn O'Mealy, Jane Young, Vira Combs, l-lenny Marsson, Dominca Tricamo, Ray Eder, Lucille Cunningham, Lois Soper, Virginia Slewarl, Carol Oslen, Helen Dammas. JUNIOR l-ll-LITES STAFF Junior News Edifor ,,,,..,. Willard Da Silva Reporfe rs Bill Shoemaker, Anne Sfommel, David Sleiglemaier, l-larry Jenkins. Business Sian Business Managers ,,,, .,.,.,., Lee Auslin Sfephen Loewy Associafe Bus. Manage rA,. .Kay Ackerman Circulafion Manager .,,... Marlin Goldman Adverfising Solicifor ,,,, Mildred Lindmark Facully Adviser ,........... Willard W. Jones ONTINUING The progressive spirif of "Flashings," Edilor Alberi Da Silva and his slaff, under The guidance of Mr. Jones, have increased The size of The paper, and added greally To Hs inleresl. The inlroducfion of lhe eighl column sheer proved popular. If provided greafer scope for bolh news and adverfisemenls. New feafures were added fo inleresl all groups in The school. Among fhese fealures was "Junior Hi-Liles," a seclion devoied enlirely lo The accomplishmenls of The younger boys and girls. This page is ediled by lhe Junior High. Anolher new fealure was "S'ruden+ Opinions." Here lhe sfudenls discussed 'rheir views on many weighly Topics. In November, wi+h The assislance of Dr. Dodd, "Flashings" published an Educalion Week issue covering all The Freeporl schools. This edilion received much 'favorable commenl. Congralulafions are due fhe enlire slalif for a fine sludenl paper. Filly-nine A.A.CCDUIXlClI. Presidenlm ,, , ,,,, Allred Arala Vice Presidenl George Ryder Secrelary ,,,,, ,Kalherine Sheard Girls' G. O. Rep.,.Belly Banker Boys' G. O. Rep. Anlhony l-lroncich Eacully Adviser A... Mr. Soulhard Ti- HE A. A. Council has again rendered a year ol service lo Ereeporl l-ligh School. The chiel lunclion ol lhe Council is lo approve lhe lellers awarded by lhe various sporls. This year, girls' baslcelball was made a maior sporl. To slimulale school spiril, all lellermen were reguesled lo wear lheir swealers on Thursdays. As usual, lhe members again lhis year ushered al lhe baslfelball games. The members are as lollows: Al Arala, Norman Carnie, Earle Maclr, Raymond Searloss, Arvid McQueen, Chesler Ciolli, George Ryder, Jack Doyle, Slrain Sullon, Marlin Goldman, Donald Anderson, Belly Gardiner, Mary Dunn, Killy Sheard, Vira Combs, Emily Eagan, Lillian While, and Doris Rhodes. fav -i-HE Assembly Commillee has lhe responsibilily ol planning and managing lhe assemblies presenled each weelc. This year wilh Mr. Rarlcer's assislance, lhey have lunclioned very ellicienlly and have broughl us a large variely ol enlerlaining and educalional programs. A unique melhod ol selling Aclivily Ticlcels was inauguraled by having lhe sales drive in lhe assembly and awarding a prize lo lhe class having sold lhe mosl. In lhe special G. 0. Assembly, Richard l-lalliburlon, world-lamous lraveler and advenlurer, lold us ol his exciling experiences. Among lhe olher oulslanding presenlalions were lhe Jubilee Singers and lhe program lealuring Lois Bannerman, lhe harpisl, We wish nexl year's commillee lhe grealesl possible success in lhe execulion ol ils dulies. l AS S EMBLV CQMMITTEE ' Chairman .. . ,,,Pearl Lombaer Secrelary Geraldine Lombaer Publicily Manager Mildred Lindmark Program Commillee Gerlrude Dobbin Evelyn Adams l-louse Managers Glen Lamb, James Brown Eacully Adviser Mr. Parlzer Sixly TRAFFIC SQUAD SEIXIIQR HIGH OFFICERS Boys' Caplain ,,.,,.,,,, Earle Mack Girls' Caplain ..,. Belly Gardner Boys' Lieul ...,,,,,, I-Iarold Goeller Girls' Lieul. ....,,,, Pearl Lombaer Eacully Adviser ..,. Ivlr. Ivlal-Iood -I-HE Senior Trallic Squad, as lhe name implies, has as ils duly, lhe mainlenance ol order in lhe halls ol Freeporl I-Iigh School. Among ils olher dulies are ushering al assemblies and evening perlormances, and helping lo prevenl losses in lhe Ioclcer rooms. Belly Gardner and Earle lvlaclc acl as caplains wilh lhe assislance ol Iieulenanls, Pearl Lombaer and I-Iarold Gaeller. The olher members are Edilh McKenna, Vira Combs, Belly Andres, Lillian Eidenweil, Audrey I-Ianse, Carol Oslen, Ivlargarel Goller, Eunice Gesecus, Anne Tiernan, I-Ielen Dammas, Frances Mills, Rulh Eowler, l'Iennie Ivlarsson, Lillian While, Edward Bogowslci, Ralph Ehrich, David Jenlqins, Glen Lamb, Waller Ivlalilc, Sam Pisicchio, Irving Smilh, I'Iarlan Slrader, and John Jacobi. r wi? FOR lhe lirsl lime in our high school, lhe homeroom managers have been recognized and lheir piclure placed in lhe year boolc. For many years lhese sludenls, who are now under Ivlr. MaI'Iood's supervision, have perlormed lheir dulies wilhoul any public aclcnowledgmenl ol lheir line worlc. Each year every homeroom elecls ils manager or managers. They are chosen because ol lheir depende abilily and capabilily. Il is lheir duly lo collecl lhe money lor lhe Aclivily Ticlcels and have lhe liclcels slamped, lo dislribule "EIashings" and lhe "Sludenl," and lo malae any imporlanl announcemenls lhal allecl lhe homerooms. I-ICDIVIE RCDQM MANAGERS Facully Adviser, Ivlr. Ivlal-Iood RIFLE CLUB Facully Adviser W. Chapin lvloger Presidenl ,,,, Horsl Schweighoier Vice Pres. and Treas. Bill Thompson Secrelary .,,.. .,,, H arold Goeller G. 0. Rep .,., ,. .. Howard Teas Range Manager r.., ,, ,John Elar Tl- HE Rifle Club This year conlinued ils sleady improvemenl. Aided by an increased 6. O. allowance, The members were able lo oblain The lurlher necessary lunds Tor purchasing a fine, new larger rifle, The use of which resulfed almosl immediaiely in a noliceable improvemenl in scores. ln order lhai each member of The Rille Club mighr compefe in marches, a Second Rifle Team was lormed. We leel sure 'rhal wilh such line spiril and ambilion The Rifle Club will climb lo even grealer heighls. MX 'P -l-HE Kodak Klub was reorganized lhis year under Jrhe advisership ol lvir. Kellell. The club, under ils newly organized plan, has limiled irs membership lo rwelve. This will include The sludenls who are mosl inlereslred in pholography and who have a lair lcnowledge ol il. A conlesl was sponsored by This club, among ils members, and cash awards were oilered Tor The besl piclures lalcen belween February l5, and March l5. During The coming year, This club hopes lo oblain advanced malerial and a lighl-proof room which lhcy inlend lo use for The schools progress and advancemenl in pholography. KQDAK KLLJIS3 President., Roberl DeBauchamp Vice Presidenl, ,,,, Diclq Bollon Secrelary'Treasurer Howard Teas G. 0. Rep. ..,. Roberl Aurlhur lzacully Adviser A,.., ,,.lVlr. Kellell Sifiyfi-,ff LIBBABV CLUB PresidenT ,,Vira Combs Vice Presiclf3zT H l-lelen PlaTT SecreTary Edna Duryea Treasurer, Rufh Conzen G. O. Rep. , Shirley SameT l:aculTy Advise" Miss Swan VERYONE in our high school is aware oT The Tremendous value oT our library club in lceeping order and eTTiciency in The high school library sysTem. Every school day, under The supervision oT Miss Swan, club members are placed on duTy, Talcing care oT The lending, shelving, and reTurning oT The books. The girls, who have been careTully Trained, do Their work well. This year The library club sponsored a SouThern l'lospiTaliTy Dance in The gymnasium as parT oT iTs social program. IT also enTerTained The newly Tormed lvlepham l-ligh School Library Club aT a social galhering. .X 1' l-TE Science Club, under The direcTion oT Mr. Jordan, covers in iTs yearly acTiviTies The many varied inTeresTs oT iTs members. A member of The American lnsTiTule oT STudenT Science Clubs, iT oTTers iTs members many courses in The ciTy aT The Museum oT lNlaTural l-lisTory, The l-layden Planelarium, and The Guggenheim School oT AeuonauTics, besides many lecTures and special programs. TI-TE SCIENCE CLUB PresidenT , Henry STommel Vice PresidenT STuarT SmiTh Treasurer Harold Goeller SecreTary Jeanne Fenner G. CD. Rep William E. Johnson Six?-, fl'rr'- MASOUE and WIG CLUB PresidenT ,,,,, ..,, O reTa Thompson Vice PresidenT .,,,..,, Allen STokke Treasurer ,A..A.,..... Florence Geller G. O. Rep...Geraldine Lombaer l:aculTy Adviser ...,.,,, Mr. BurneTT -T-HE Masque and Wig Club is one oT The larges+ clubs in school. The main purpose oT This organizaTion is To develop sTudenT TalenT and To provide enTerTainmenT oT a high characTer. Three plays, TTOh DocTor,'T 'Beniamin Franklin," and "The Knave oT T-learTs," which were presenTed in assembly were enThusiasTically received. The senior play, "Big T-learTed T-TerberT," was also presenTed and proved To be a huge success. ln addiTion To These accomplishmenTs, This year The club parTicipaTed in an 'TAnnual One AcT Playl' conTesT, held aT Baldwin. All schools in Nassau CounTy were eligible and a cup was The award presenTed. NYJ -l-HE DebaTe Club is noT so esoTeric a group as The subiecT which iT discusses mighT suggesT. In TacT iT oTTen indulges in The lighTer Things, having sponsored The DuTch TreaT Assembly. The Team is selecTed Trom amongsT The members oT The club, and meeTs The Teams oT neighboring schools, usually Taking away The laurels. One oT The mosT looked Torward To debaTes is The annual PeekskillAl:reeporT DebaTe which Takes place iusT beTore The Peekskill-FreeporT TooTball game each year. DEBATE CLUB PresidenT . . AlberT DaSilva Vice PresidenT.. ..RoberT ArThur SecreTar -Treasurer Y Jeanne Duncan G. O. Rep. ..... Henry STommel l:aculTy Adviser.. . .. lvlr. BurneTT SixTyflour TRI-CIRCLE CLUB PresidenT ,,.,., ,Jean Duncan Vice Preside-nTs,,Virginia STewarT GreTa Thompson SecreTary, ,,, ...Jean STander Treasurer ,, ,, Emily Eagan G. Q. Reph, .. ffira Combs EaculTy Adviser , ,Miss BaTes U NDER iTs leader, Miss BaTes, and wiTh Jean Duncan as iTs president The Tri-Circle Club has become one oT The schoolls besT known organizaTions. IT has a membership oT over TorTy girls who have lcepT The pledge oT service in helping The school and communiTy. The members have worked on proiecTs Tor The Red Cross, and aT Chrisfmas They Tilled baslceTs Tor The needy. Among The ouTside acTiviTies oT The club were several cahe and candy sales which were very successTul. The Tri-Circle Club is deserving oT much praise Tor iTs achievemenTs in The pasT year. f-.X ' THE increasing number oT eguesTriennes who have ioined The Riding Club have made iT necessary To have Three days Tor riding every weelc. Monday, Tuesday, and Eriday are The days reserved Tor This sporT. ln The laTTer parT oT February, a horse show was given in which The girls showed Their skill in horsernanship. Judging Trom The pleasure which The girls derive Trom riding, This club may be considered one of The mosT popular in FreeporT High School. RIDING CLUB Presiden'r Doris Runcie Vice President ConsTance Moore SecreTary , ,,,,,, Evelyn Hanna Treasurer, ,,,, Barbara Goclnley G. O. Rep. Jane Anne Crifiendon EaculTy Advisers Miss Cushman Miss Skinner SENICI2 HIGH BAND UNDER lhe leadership of Mr. We++laufer, Jrhe Freeporl High School Band has enioyed a mosl successful year, high lighled by counfless colorful aclivilies. ll combined wilh lhe Baldwin High School Band al lhe annual Eleclion Day classic +o presenl inlricale formalions, led by Rila Slmangleld, drum-major: if enlerlained +he public al fhree free Sunday alfernoon concerfs: I+ presenred, as is cus+omary, +he G. O. band concerl in rhe spring, parlicipaled in lhe Sunday School Parade and The American Legion parade, and played for all pep meelings. In +he ce-lebra+ion ol Armisfice Day, lhe cornelrs and Trumpels sounded "Taps" on 'rhe slreef corners of The village. The Exchange Club sponsored a concerl al which Dr. Edwin Franko Goldman, world-famous band conduclor, direcfed several seleclions. The band also had lhe honor ol being fealured in a Warner Brolhers Vilaphone shorl, "Hold Thal Ball," fhe firsl Jrime a high school band in lhe Uniled Slafes has filled a conlracl wirh a maior lilm corporalion. SECTION HEADS Clarinels ,, James l-larrison Saxaphones, Arfhur Ginnevor Horns ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, Belly Sloclcinger Trombones, ,, H ,Carmen Rim Barilones , ,,,. .Virginia Miller Basses ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, I- ee AU5+in Drums ,, ,,,,.., ,,u,,,,,,,,, , Louis Klemm Flulos, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Jgan Giblyn Manager. , , , ,,,, ,Douglas Yefman T SENICDR HIGH QRCHESTRA MR. WETTLAUEER raises his baTon, and The Senior T-ligh School OrchesTra brealcs inTo The sTrains OT The lovely "BeauTiTul Lady." The curTains soTTly close and The sTudenTs Tile Trom The audiTorium. The program is over, buT The beauTiTul melody rendered ThroughouT The year, aT numerous and varied TuncTions oi The school, will be remembered long aTTer The music has died away. The year T937-T938 will always be an ouTsTancling one in The hisTory OT The orchesTra, Tor iT enTerTained aT assemblies, aT The American Prize Speaking ConTesT, aT The annual Alumni assembly, aT ChrisTmasfTime, aT The ParenT-Teachers AssociaTion meeTings, aT The Fashion Show, and aT The Spring ConcerT sponsored by The G. O. SECTION HEADS Violins ,,,,,, ....,, S eymour Newman Tromloones ...., Pianos .,.,, ...,, , KaTherine Eddy Horns ....,,... EluTes .......... .,,.,.... J oan Giblyn ClarineTs ,,.. .. ,, Drums, ,,,,,. , .,.. Norman Carnie Saxaphones.. Basses.. , ....,.,......... RiTa STrangTeld Cellos Manager ,,..,.,, ....,,.,.,,, . ,.......,... D ouglas YeTman .,,....Carmen Rini BeTTy SToclcinger James Harrison ArThur Ginnever Barbara Goclcley lv-eighl SPORTS S Tl-lE wandering minslrel of cenluries pasl was Jrhe carrier of lales ol greal deeds of slrenglh and valor per- formed on lhe balllefield, so radio is Jrhe modern carrier ol Jrhe qreal deeds performed in The field of sporlt ll was Jrhrough lhe medium ol radio lhal hundreds of alumni who could nol allend lhe Freeporl-Baldwin game heard a vivid play by play accounlr ol This Jrradilional gridiron clash. ll would seem a lar cry from +he epic poems ol l-lomer, reciled al The banquet lo a presenl day sporls announcer whose Terse, descriplive accounl of The lranspirinq evenls pours oul ol lhe loudspeakers ol a million homes: vel essenlially lhev are lhe same in spiril. v'i'i1w'iK9:?Z6 - gt eh- E'.'.xvl"- sx xuga-1-Jeff., s1Qif3g x ' sn0"'?G?+'-Q' 1 an " x ' Thr- "' ' X w.-:m.....-niqikgzi. 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The Team showed Tine coaching and indomiTable spiriT in ouT-playing a highly Tavored Baldwin Team. A Two Touchdown vicTory over Peelcslcill and hard ToughT games wiTh Sewanhalca and Lawrence climaxed The uphill sTruggle. The Tine showing oT The Junior VarsiTy and oT a Treshman Team ThaT losT only To our own sophomore Team is The reason Tor The opTinnisTic Tinge on The l:reeporT High School TooTball horizon. GevenTy A Allred Araia, Caplain Wilbur McGinley Arvid McQueen Raymond Slong William McCloskey Fred Freidman Raymond Searfoss l-larold Pos? William E. Johnson Dan Binneweq Thomas Primavera Freeporl ,,Y,.. Freeporlr ,,,v,,d Freeporl ,,..,,,,,, ,,,., Freeporl ,,,,i,. Freeporf .,,..,, Freeporf ,.,,,,, Freeporl ,,,,... Freeporl ,,,,.,. Freeporl, ,, LETTERMEN l-loward Zachman Harry Walling Jack Paras Jack Lugrin Norman Gifhens Marlin Whilllen Richard Rovegno George Shuffe Slrain Sullon Earle Mack, Manager Norman Carnie, Manager SCHEDULE Slamlord ., Weslbury , l-lernpslead ii,,,, Chaminade Y,,, ., Hicksville ,,,,,,,,, Baldwin ,Y,,,., Peelcslcill ,,,,,,, Sewanhala .... Lawrence BUYS' BASKETBALL Raymond SearToss CapTain Joseph Glacken George Ryder Charles Hicks CurT HoTFman Bill TruTner Macke STephenoTT Fred Friedman Herman Treibwasser 1937 SQUAD UNDER The Tine coaching oT Mr. Glen O'Donavan, FreeporT High School again succeeded in Turning ouT a championship baskeTball Tive. The Team, capTained by Raymond SearToss, compiled an enviable record oT TiTTeen vicTories and Two deTeaTs. They are To be doubly commended Tor winning The RoberT L. Bacon Trophygemblem is oT The Nassau CounTy Championship. Too much crediT cannoT be given CapTain SearToss and Coach OlDonavan, buT essenTially This was a Team year. When one Thinks oT The red and whiTe quinTeT, The names oT Glacken, Ryder, Hicks, Freidman, TruTner, STephenoT'T, HoTTman, and our esTeemed CapTain Searfoss, all come To mind. There were no sTars, Tor The enTire squad was noTed Tor skill, sporTsmanship, and TighTing spiriT. In The course oT iTs vicTorious march The Team vanquished such noTeworThy opponenTs as Mineola, Hicksville, HaversTraw, Lawrence, and our TradiTional Toe, Baldwin. The Two losses were one poinT over-Time decisions To Adelphi and Baldwin. The I937A3B Team deserves much praise, and we Teel sure ThaT nexT year's Team will conTinue This year's high sTandard. SCHEDULE Fre-eporT ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, A delphi ,, FreeporT L,,, WesTbury FreeporT ,,,,,,. Sewanhaka FreeporT Baldwin .... FVQGPOVT -YYY - - -YYA f Y We5TbUTY FreeporT HempsTead Freepol-T " ' Clqaminade Free orT Hicksville FreeporT,,, , PaTchogue F p Jr H + T Freeport, ,, ,,,,. HempsTead reepor avers raw Freepgrfw V VYVVV lvlinegla -YVYVVV ,,,,,, F reepod' """" "'A"' L awlhewce " FreeporT.., . Lawrence ., FVSGIOOVT Clqammade FreeporT,, . Sewanhaka FreeporT Baldwin SevenTy-Two BUYS' TRACK W37SQUAD LETTERMEN Alvin SiegTriedT James Brodloeclc STewarT Wallace Don Johnson Jaclc Lugrin Jaclc Morgan Ray STong William RoberTs Harold Cruiclcshanlc Jack Doran AlberT Beneville Horace Gardiner Ray SearToss Tim SuTTon Tom McGinley Wilbur McGinley Managers Joe E. Brown Roberl' Leyes NE OT The mosT successTul Traclc Teams in The hisTory oT FreeporT High School engaged in seven meeTs during The I937 season. Under The coaching oT Wesley SouThard, The squad gaThered vicTories over WesT- bury, Woodmere, Oceanside, and a double Triumph over WesTbury and Sewanhalca in a Triangular relay meeT. A loss To Charninade and a hard ToughT Tie wiTh Baldwin compleTed a record which was good enough To crown FreeporT ConTerence Champions. Inspired by The lorillianT running oT Their capTain, Alvin SiegTriedT. The Team ToughT iTs way up To second place in The compeTiTion oT The CounTy Championship. OuTsTanding members oT The I937 squad, oTher Than CapTain SiegTriedT, were Ray STong, "Specs" Brodbeclc, Tim SuTTon, Jack Lugrin, and Wilbur McGinley. This year, wiTh a squad composed mainly oT veTerans, Coach SouThard Teels ThaT FreeporT will surpass even The Tine record OT I937. WeSTl3ury ,,s, FreeporT A ,, Relay MeeT FreeporT ,, WesTbury Sewanhalca so ci,,, s9lf3 C ccc. 252f3 ,C ,,,, 30 ,..,,.,I2 MHI2 FreeporT Woodmere FreeporT Chaminade FreeporT Acs., ,, ,,,, .. Qceanside 64 22 3 6 LQ 40' 57 29 FreeporT , ,, ,, . ,M43 Baldwin ,, , 7,43 ConTerence Champs CounTy Champs Sevenfy-Three iqffl sQ Joe Glaclcen Bill TruTner ChesTer CioTTi Jerome lvlcCarThy RoberT FiTzgerald, CapT. Jack Paras BUYS' ASEBALI. we LETTERMEN Alfred AraTa Anfhony Hronsiclc NorberT Harrer Arfhur Hermann Theodore Licence Marshall Glenz GNCE again FreeporT was represenTed by a powerful aggregaTion on The baseball diamond. Coached by Glen O'Donavan and capTained by RoberT FiTzgerald, The baseball nine gained eighT vicTories and losT hard foughT games To HempsTead and Lawrence. SomeThing always To be proud of was The Two vicTories over The Baldwin nine by The scores of four To one and four To Three. Some of The sTars of The season were Jerry lv1cCarThy, freshman firsT baseman and leading baTTer, Bill TruTner and Joe G-laclcen, sophomore infielders, and ArThur Hermann and Marshall Glenz, in The ouffield and cafching posiTions respecTively. Too much crediT cannoT be given To Capfain "Bob" Fifzgerald whose piTching and fighTing hearT confribufed much To FreeporT's baseball success. Wifh lasT year's experience and The To I938 as anoTher banner baseball year. Freeporf ,,,.,,, , ..... . Freeporf s,,.,,,., ,..... FreeporT FreeporT Freeporf Sevenfyefo UT fine leadership of CapTain-elecT CioTTi, we are all looking forward SCHEDULE Wesfbu ry ,,,,,, ..,,,,., O FreeporT .,..... .,..,.. WesTbury ,.,,,, ..,,... O FreeporT ,,,.,,. ,,..... Lawrence ...,.... .,...o. 3 FreeporT ..,..., .....,, HempsTead .,,.,,. ......, 3 Freeporf ....,,. ..,.... Sewanhalca .s..,, ,,s,,s, 2 l:reeporT .s,o,,, ,, FreeporT ........ . ...,..., 4 Baldwin ....,, .,,,,... 3 Baldwin ,.,,,,. .,...,. I Chaminade ,.,,, .,,.,, 2 Lawrence .,,,. ....., I HernpsTeacl ...,. ,...... l Sewanhalca .,..,,, ,,,,,, 3 GIRLS' BASEBALL Vw, . LETTERMEN f9 . . . 37 SQUAD Lorraine Magan MargueriTe lvlcKnighT Gene Mclvlillan BeTTy Banker Marie Blaile AsTrid Anderson BeTTy Gardner Edna lvlcClusky, Manager EsTher Drubinska Camille Evans UR baseball Team was able To esTablish a Tine record This year. OT The eighT games The girls played, They won six and losT Two. The neighboring schools which They deTeaTed were Baldwin, Oceanside, EasT Rockaway, Farmingdale, and AmiTyville. The FreeporT players bowed only To Babylon and lvlalverne. Mr. Hollander acTed as coach, while Lorraine Magan led The girls as capTain. ln previous years, The baseball leTTermen have received minor awards. However, in I937, The girls received maior leTTers. We hope lhaT nexT year's Team will be able To equal The line playing ol This year's group. SCH EDULE Baldwin Farmingdale Oceanside AmiTyville EasT Rockaway Malverne Babylon SevenTyflive GIRLS' SKETBALL LETTERMEN Kalherine Sheard, Caplain Lillian While Helen Darnrnas Doris Runcie Helen Wallher Belly Banker Muriel Auslin Marguerile lvlaclinighl Ellen Crurnmel Marcie Jones Conslance Romain Rulh Marlin Elhyl Grernpel Elaine Purcell Dorolhy While lvlary Souza lvlarcella Jenkins Vira Combs, Emily Eagan, Managers THIS year our girls' baskelball learn had an excellenl season. They delealed nine ol lheir len opponenls, bowing only lo Oceanside. This is indeed a record lhal bolh lhe girls and lhe school can be proud ol. The girls played a sharp, swill game lhal generally lell lheir opponenls ballled. The guards ably isolaled lheir rivals, enabling lhe lorwards lo make lhe baskels. Because ol lhe cooperalion on lhe parl ol lhe enlire leam, lhe Ereeporl girls were ollen able lo pile up very high scores againsl lheir opponenls. The leader ol lhis successlul leam was Kalherine Sheard, who has held lhe posilion ol Caplain lor lwo conseculive years. Hearly congralulalions are exlended lo lhis yearls leam, and may nexl year's squad be iusl as successlul. SCHEDULE Ereeporl Amilyville ,,,,,,,, Ereeporl ,,,,,,,s ,,ss.., 3 2 Malverne ,,,,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 2 Ereeporl -"-f f ---'-' l-lolslfa College Ereeporl ,,,,, , ,,,s,,,L 5l Porl Washinglon ,,,,, Junior Varsily F Jr 36 B td . 22 Ereeporl ,.,,,,,,,, ,,...L.,. E asl Rockaway, reepor """" """' 6 Wm' l'l'AAA""""""A " fireeporf ------,-YV ,,VYV,--- Q Ceansgde grrrgggg Ereeporl .,,,,,,, ,,,,,... 2 O Oceanside ,,,s. ,,ss.,,,,.. 3 2 Ereeporl Easl Rockaway.. Ereeporl ,,,s.,,, ,,.,,,, 3 9 Holslra Reserves s,,, Sevenly-sir GIRLS I-IOCKEV BeTTy Banker Florence Cohen Donna CriTTenden EsTher Drabinska Doris Iv1cCIean Lillian Palmer 1 t' -x. N., LETTERMEN DoroThy Pearce Gladys Perez Doris Runcie KaTherine Sheard Lillian WhiTe DoroThy Wilson Doris Rhodes, Manager AGAIN our hockey girls have Tollowed The I:reeporT TradiTion of esTabIishing an enviable record This season, wiTh a schedule oT nine games, The girls won Tive, Tied Three, and IosT one. The FreeporT players piled up eighTeen goals, allowing Their opponenTs only Tive. This season's squad was coached by Miss Clark and led by CapTain Lillian WhiTe who proved boTh compeTenT and popular. The capTain-eIecT Tor nexT season is BeTTy Banker who is developing inTo one oT The besT goalies on Long Island. Our players acquiTTed Themselves well aT The Annual Hockey I'ournamenT aT Adelphi College. OT The Three games played, The girls won Two and Tied The oTher. Several players were chosen Tor The All Long Island Team. OT These BeTTy Banker was placed on The "A" squad Tor exceIIenT playing, and Doris McCIean was chosen Tor The "B" squad as a good player. CongraTuIaTions To our hockey squad Tor This record. SCHEDULE FreeporT ........ ..,,...... 4 EasT Rockaway ..... ,....... O FreeporT ........ , ...... 2 AmiTyviIIe ,,,,,, ,.,,,., I FreeporT .... , ,.,,,,,,., O Baldwin .....,,,,,, ,,...,,,, 2 FreeporT ...... ,,...... 7 T'IoTsTra ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, O FreeporT .... . .HO Oceanside ,..,. .,,,,,.. O FreeporT ...... .. ..... I PorT WashingTon,,,,,..mO SevenIy-seven 1-w-nlyiwilil SWIMMING TEAM Team Members Lewis Kaeser, Caplain Allan STokke Raymond STong GiIberT FiTzpaTrick MarTin Faber Dick BoITon Charles LuTz Philip Wiseman STrain SuTTon John Langdon ErnesT Moesel Jack Grimm -T-HE FreeporT High School swimming Team is well on The road To making The I937-38 season one oT The TinesT in high school hisTory. The sguad is coached by Mr. Hollander and capTained by Lewis Kaeser. The Team's success may be aTTribuTed To The Tine coaching, experience, skill, and keen compeTiTive spiriT. In regard To individual accompIishmenT, CapTain Kaeser, Allan STokke, Raymond STong, GiIberT FiTzpaTrick, and MarTin Faber were ouTsTanding. In Their TirsT Three meeTs our mermen garnered decisive vicTories over our arch aThIeTic rival, Baldwin, and Woodmei'e. To The Team we exTend our hearTiesT congraTuIaTions. Gi? IN ONLY iTs Third year oi inTer-schoIasTic compeTiTion, The RiTIe Team can look back wifh pride upon iTs achievemenTs. This year, Thru The earnesT eTTorTs oT Mr. Moger and RiTIe Club members, Two new WinchesTer 52 RiTIes were obTained. lmmediaTe improvemenT in scores was evidenT. AIThough challenging Teams of superior marksmanship, The Team compiled a crediTabIe record oT TourTeen vicTories and eighT deTeaTs. Two ouTsTanding evenTs oT The season were compeTiTion in The STaTe Championship MeeT aT New Haven and in a schoIasTic meeT among Nassau Schools aT Valley STream. A RiTIe Team No. 2 is also enTering in naTionaI compoTiTion. Rigby, RooTz, SchwoighoTer, Elar, Thompson, and Goollcr lMgr.I earned IeTTors. RIFLE TEAM Team Members James Rigby, CapTain John ReeTz HorsT SchweighoTer STephen Gallaher John Elar Joe Jones Howard Teas Bill Thompson Jack Hendrickson RoberT De Beauchamp Mr. Moger, FaculTy Adviser BCDVST GULF T LeTTermen i ' Hy' crime,-1 James Rigby Raymond BarreT Paul Regan Sam Pisicchio, Manager Mr. Eranlclin, EaculTy Adviser I937 TEAM THE boysl GolT Team played Through a schedule oT Tive games wiTh Chaminade, Lynbroolc, l-lempsTead, Sewanhalca, and Baldwin. The Old WesTbury CounTry Club was The conTesT grounds oT The home games. AlThough The Team did noT malce an impressive record in The vicTories column, The players gained much valuable experience during The course oT The season. The whole Team and The TaculTy adviser, Mr. Eranlclin, are hoping To have a more successTul record This year. MX 7 GRADUATION having seriously depleTed The ranlcs oT The Tennis squad, Mr. McKenna was Torced To build a Team wiThouT even one experienced member. The Tollowing games were played away: ST. Raul, l-lempsTead, Sewanhalca, Lawrence, Garden CiTy, and Baldwin. These were played af home: Lawrence, Garden CiTy, Baldwin, T'lempsTead, Sewanhalca, and EaculTy. Because oT The Tine Tennis played by Russell Terry. Richard Van Tuyl, and Charles Baird, we believe Mr. McKenna has now laid The ToundaTion Tor a powerTul squad. The squad has our whole hearTed supporT and besT wishes. BUYS' TENNIS l.eTTermen Russell Terry Charles Baird Richard Van Tuyl Charles l-lelwig Bob SmiTh Casimir WiTTl, Manager Mr. McKenna, EaculTy Adviser 1937 TEAM l GIRLS' TENNIS LeTTermen lmlennie Marsson Janice Van Tuyl Josephine Meyer Elaine AksT Jeanne Fenner Jean Miligi Donna CriTTenden DOT Pierce 1937 TEAM -l-T-TE Tennis girls were led by able CapTain l-Tennie Marsson. For Two consecuTive years l-lennie has held This posiTion, proving her abiliTy and populariTy wiTh The Team. The season was sper'T chieTly in organizing The girls inTo smooThly cooperaTing parTners and in having Them improve Their game. This preparaTory worlc was necessary as The Team was composed mainly oT new members. The girls played nine games, including Baldwin, Garden CiTy, Eriendis Academy, AmiTyville, and Sewanhaka. OT These maTches, The girls won Two and Tied one. Because oT This yearls Training, The Team should have an efcellenT season in l938. 1-,XD ITT-T Lorraine STocl4inger as capTain and Miss Barlow as adviser, The Girls! GolT Team has had anoTher successTul season. The girls played seven maTches: Two wiTh Baldwin, Two wiTh Lawrence, Two wiTh Wood- mere, and one wiTh Adelphi. Old WesTbury is considered The home course Tor EreeporT. Peggy Cochran, The Team's sTar player, was elecTed capTain oT The l938 Team, and Anne Tiernan was made business manager. AlThough Peggy Cochran and BeTTy Goclcley are The only members leTT oT The T937 Team, new sguad members such as KaTherine Sheard, BeTTy Joan C'Brien, and June Rosenberg malre The coming season appear promising. GIRLS' GULF TEAM LeTTermen AnToineTTe Barguinero Peggy Cochran Mary Joan CuTler EdiTh Faber Barbara Goclcley Lois Moore Lorraine SToclcinger KaTherine Ward Anne Tiernan, Manager Miss Barlow, EaculTy Advisor Li :lil-, H? , as K - an Jifkwgxx CHEER F ' 4 LEADERS INCE lhis years cheer leading squad was delayed in gelling under way, The group was unable To find open dales in eilher lhe gym or audilorium schedule for necessary praclice sessions. Despile lhis handicap and lhe relurn of only Two of lasl years squad, l-lenriella Sorries and her group have done lheir besl fo spur our alhlefic leams lo grealer deeds by organized, enlhusiaslic cheering. The squad oflen mel lhree or four limes a weelc in business sessions. Al lhese meelings, new cheers, ways of achieving grealer cooperae lion, and means ol lransporlalion were discussed. ll was lnru lhese meelings and lhru fhe ellorfs ol Mr. Lobaugh lhaf rhe squad is now able lo allend all alhlelic conlesls, bolh al home and away. We leel sure Thaf if lhe school meels lhe squads demands lor greaier cooperalion and beller equipment lvlr. Lobaugh will lurn oul a cheer leading squad ol which Frecpoil may be iuslly proud. SQUAD l-lenriella Sorries, Caplain Dorofhy l-lalloc, Secrelary Calherine Fifzpalriclc Jackie Ferris Booking Edds Roger Chapin Raymond lvlcGralh lvlariorie Ashlon Nalhlyn Smilh Doris l-larrison Florence Geller lliqllil, i qhiv-fwo FEATURES OR some of our programs we have sel up our microphone on The siage, for olhers on fhe afhlelic field, and for siill oihers in lhe classroom. Some oi us have been execulives, some announcers, some aclors, some musicians, and some fechnicians, buf we have all Jralcen pari. l-lovvever, noi all of our aciivilies have been serious for now and lhen we have underialcen a humorous program for varieiy. l-lere we pre- senl bolh sides of our life iogelher-lhe sedale and lhe non- sensical-as if is bofh in and oul of The class room. f 'WM W0 Q m"Q '00530LQ , ,A 'af gif 4 'ffzqgnln - ff gf .. , , f , Q A , X f" I if ,.' I 'f ' X f' f ,X " AM! X fi 79 Alu X ', 55, ., , ' , f 'I f 5 4' - -L-4 ,,f,,4f' , ,v 4, yy! X f I, ,X I if W! ff' 'lf 'l -," fzf' f I " 1' 'ZZ 0' 9 ff, My f 4. ,, X ' .-" Q H" J' Z' ' LIN V f , QKWZ 1 A 1" f" Q ll -",x , A, ,whit Q 1 X . , ly .ff f7g,2f1f f 1122 f"5"e?,Q5 W ,ff-V x ' a Ljgcl- N ,7,f'-' -+ -12' K 2 ,.- A ff ' Xx Q X H4 1, . N ga-Ligggn Eiqhfy-Hwree FighTy-Tour SPECIAL FLASI-IES l-IFN our broadcasTing sTudio was organized Tour years ago, we chose as execu- Tives six oT our number To guide us Through our sTruggling TirsT year. Fred Friedman was our chieT execuTive and Virginia Miller was his assisTanT. Pearl Lombaer acTed as secreTary and Helen Fleming handled The Tinances. Gerry Lombaer was in charge oT social TuncTions and James Brown represenTed us aT G. O. meeTings. Our TirsT social evenT, The Freshman Tea Dance, was a big success, and we were greaTly encouraged by iTs ouTcome. ln December oT ThaT TirsT year, several oT our number were disTincTly honored by membership in The NaTional Junior l-lonor SocieTy. They were Jeanne Fenner, Audrey l-lanse, l-lelen Fleming, Jean Duncan, Glen Lamb, Malcolm KomiTor, Mary l.uTz, Gerry Lombaer, Pearl Lombaer, Joan Giblyn, Virginia Miller, Virginia STewarT, l'lorsT SchweighoTer, Bill Thompson, MargareT Goller, Edward Bogowski, EdiTh McKenna, Carol OsTen, AlberT Da Silva, John Tree, and Ralph Donnelly. In January many oT us encounTered The dreaded RegenTs and Tound Them noT nearly so Tormidable as represenTed. ln February, Gerry Lombaer, represenTing our class, deTeaTed The Sophomore class candidaTe in The American Legion Prize Speaking ConTesT, while in The liTerary Tield, l-lelen Fleming disTinguished herselT by winning The American Flag essay conTesT. Then one evening in June, To The sTrains oT "Pomp and CircumsTance," we marched up The aisle To receive our diplomas. We had reached one milesTone in our careers. ln The Tall we sTarTed work again by choosing new execuTives. This Time, John Tree was placed aT our head wiTh Gerry Lombaer as second in command. Jeanne Fenner handled The secreTary's iob, and ConsTance Moore ThaT oT Treasurer. Virginia Miller arranged our social evenTs and Glen Lamb waged our baTTles aT G. O. meeTings. AlberT Da Silva broughT honor To himselT and To The class by deTeaTing The Freshman Class represenTaTive in The Prize Speaking ConTesT and Gerry Lombaer was awarded a medal given by The French GovernmenT To The besT sTudenT oT French ll on Long Island. Our annual Tall dance combined wiTh The Junior Class dance was as successTul as The one OT The previous year. ln The Spring The rollicking comedy, "Growing Pains," was presenTed, and Those oT our number who helped make iT a success were James Brown, John Tree, Ann Di Tomas, Pearl Lombaer, Richard Du Bois, Orville Childres, and Edwin Budlong. AT The end oT This year we again closed The doors oT The sTudio and wenT our many ways Tor a well earned vacaTion. ln SepTember we reTurned, TorTiTied by a good resT and The experience oT The Two preceeding years, To conTinue The inTeresTing work we had been doing in our broadcasling sludio. Jack Lugrin was inslalled as Presidenl, wilh Earle Mack, Jeanne Fenner, James Harrison, Carol Oslen, and James Brown holding lhe ollices ol Vice- Presidenl, Secrelary, Treasurer, Social Secrelary, and G.O. Represenlalive respeclively. Again Alberl Da Silva dislinguished himsell by lriumphing over lhe Senior Class represenlalive in lhe Prize Speaking Conlesl. Edgar Gunlher, a newcomer in our midsl, won lhe French Governmenl Prize lor oulslanding work in French Ill, and Virginia Miller, Helen Fleming, and Eunice Gesecus were winners in lhe slale, counly, and local Fidac Prize Essay Conlesls, Kalherine Sheard, Belly Gardner, and Lillian While did oulslanding work in girl's sporls and were chosen caplains ol lhe baskel- ball, baseball, and hockey leams. Jack Lugrin was elecled Presidenl, Gerry Lombaer Secrelary, and James Harrison Treasurer ol lhe G.O. and Anne Tiernan was made edilor-in-chiel ol lhe "Voyageur," Helen Fleming ol lhe "Sludenl," and Alberl Da Silva ol lhe "Flashings," lor lhe lollowing year. In June several ol our number were awarded lhe highesl honor ol lhe schoolfrmembership in lhe Nalional Honor Sociely. These were Jeanne Fenner, Helen Fleming, Gerry Lombaer, Pearl Lombaer, Horsl Schweigholer, Henry Slommel, John Tree, Jack Lugrin, Fred Friedman, Alberl Da Silva, and Glen Lamb. Then came our lasl year as ollicials ol our now inlluenlial radio slalion. For lhis linal year, James Brown, John Tree, Jeanne Fenner, Earle Mack, Connie Moore, and John Hodgkins were elecled lo lead us lo lhe lriumphanl climax ol our high school lile. ln lhe lall Fred Friedman, Tom Primavera, Arvid McQueen, Jack Lugrin, Al Arala, and Herberl Posl were heroes ol lhe gridiron, and lhey were rewarded lor lheir ellorls wilh lheir "F," February broughl lhe long awailed Honor Sociely Assembly and al lhal lime-members ol lhe class were elecled lo membership. Those so honored were Edward Bogowski, Vira Combs, Jean Duncan, Jacqueline Ferris, Belly Gardner, Harold Goeller, Margarel Goller, Edgar Gunlher, Audrey Hanse, James Harrison, Mildred Lindmark, Mary Lulz, Edilh McKenna, Virginia Miller, Conslance Moore, Kalherine Sheard, Irving Smilh, Jean Slander, Thomas Sweeney, William Thompson, Anne Tiernan, and Dorolhy Wilson. Our school lile has been a lull one in which each person has made a delinile place lor himsell. Now as we see in lhe near lulure lhe end ol lhe busy, lruillul days spenl in Freeporl High School, we pause wilh mingled leelings ol joy and regrel lo look back over lhe Tour years iusl behind us. As we consider in relrospecl lhese evenllul years, and prepare lo go our many ways, we wish lor each member ol lhe class lullillmenl ol his hopes and dreams, and lhe grealesl ol success inlo whalever aclivily he may go. Eiqhly-live A Xl Q 6520 wiv if Y' 0 NSQCS Q534? van? QE, 15: MEMomA DR. DODDXS OFHCE STAF F EFT'-ICYENCY PLUS kiqhfv'-xix KQV 45Q Qx X QWQQ' is Ov GCS- STRIKE UP THE BAND l-HGH SOUNDWG C0 THF WHMR5 ARE GN TOP MNA +??5 'O fx A 2, iii ah, 1 ,-3 2026 - C+ gk Q X Y . 35 THUR Vw Q HOPESARE , JA SOARING V Qs- O wo Qflf L ANOTHER 9, FALSE ALARM Q FISHBSS EU? A6 A A ' r- OLL QV, THEYRE or-:OCKED Ck ,Ago 0 V fb Aw Q ! ALLWS WELL THAT ENDS WELL HERBERTS PRIDE AND JOY IDIOTS DELIGHT ws E' M LISTEN HERE, YOUNG MAN l-lerberl Kalness ....., ,. ,7,.,.... Orville Childers Roberr Kalness .... , Vv.,V ,V.7. R Olverf Thom Elizabelh Kalness, ., ,...,. A...V,VV J BHG YOUUQ Mari-ha ,,,,,,,,V,V, .,,,,,,,V,,, , , ,,,,,,. Mary Louise Ronia Herberf Kalness, Jr .,,,,, ......... B ernard MUSLGT Alice Kalness ,...,,,,,,,,,, ...,.. lvl ildred Sermon Andrew Goodrich ,,,.,,,,,, ,...A.... E arle Brown ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN Amy Lawrence ,,,,,,,.. ........ B elly Muller Mr. Goodrich, .....,,AL Jack Banker Jim Lawrence i,,, ,,..... W illiarn Eagan Mrs. Goodrich ,,,,,. ,,,.... G reia Thompson D A Y Mr. Havens . .,.... Norman Barnes Virs. Havens ,.,,. lvlargarel Goller N The nighr oi December Il, 1937, rhe Masque and Wig Club presenled ils annual dramalic ohfering. This year lhe play, which was considered by a large audience as lhe besl play presenled in many years, was "Big Hearled l'lerberl'," wrillen by Sophie Kerr. When il was presenled al llhaca, New Yorlc, May filfh, in 'rhe Annual Play Confesr, sponsored by Ilhaca College, S.l'l.S. won lirsl place, and Jane Young was awarded a scholarship. The plof cenlers around The aclivilies ol l-lerberr Kalness, a self-made man, and his family of four. Herberf obiecrs ro college educarion, social luncrions, and lhe spending ol money for luxuries. The climax is reached when lhe family revolls againsl Kalness' old-fashioned principles, and some inleresring and highly amusing incidenfs resulr. The play, because of lhe excellenl acfing on The par'r of 'rhe casl and lhe able coaching of Mr. Burneif, has done much +o revive inleresl in drannaiics in Freepori l-ligh School. Eighfy-nine CTTicers PresidenT .,,,, ,,,, , ,, , ,GreTa Thompson ViC9-PVGSTCTGDT ,,,,,,,, EdyThe Arenholz SecreTary-Treasurer , , . Gloria AusTin UTXJDER The direcTion oT Miss RoberTs, and accompanied by Miriam Selzer, The Senior Girlsi Chorus conTinued To play an imporTanT parT in The acTiviTies oT FreeporT High School. IT rendered carols aT The ChrisTmas Assem- bly, Turnished The musi- cal background Tor The Senior Honor SocieTy inducTion, enTerTained during Girls' Week, sang Tor The commence- menT exercises aT The STadium, and parTici- paTed in The Spring ConcerT. When The Music DeparTmenT pre- senTed Miss Lois Ban- nerman, well-lcnown harpisT, The chorus ac- companied her, assisTed by The orchesTra. Beginning This year, gold pins will be pre- senTed To members who have served Tor Tour years, while TelT emblems, similar To The pins, will be given To Those having served Tor Two years. On March 3, The chorus presenTed The OTis M. CarringTon opereTTa. l'Lady Frances," wiTh a revised liloreTTo by BeTTy Joan QlBrien and appro- priaTe selecTions added To The musical score. The seTTing is a room in a sororiTy house, decoraTed wiTh penanTs: The TimefThe SaTurday beTore college opens. The sTory concerns a wealThy noblewoman who masguerades as a maid in The college. Song sequences are Turnished by The principals and The chorus. The Two leading parTs, Those oT Lady Frances and BridgeT O'Harrigan, are Talsen by Helen Jane CurTis and Evelyn STaros, respec- Tivelyy while oTher principals include Gloria AusTin, Audrey Hanse, Helen VeiT, BeTTy Joan OlBrien, Evelyn O'Mealey, Audrey Weide, Muriel AusTin, Edifh Hooker, DoroThy Berge, GreTa Thompson, Shirley STewarT, and Norma Ryder. SENICIQ GIRLS' CHCDIQUS I-IALI.. ACOUELINE FERRIS MOST POPULAR GIIDI. KATHERINE SIIEARD T N MOST ATHLETIC GI R L IIZIILIIISIIWII JACK ww GIRL MOST POPULAR TWH MC KENNA 0 I ALFRED ARATA JAMES MOST HOPN SCI-IWEIGIIOIIR MOST LIKELY T0 succefo MOST LIKELY TO SU CCEED MOST IETCL-I.ETI C 4? FAME Vira Combs Chairman Miss Cochran T:aculTy Adviser Jeanne Fenner ConsTance Moore Carol OsTen Geraldine Lombaer Audrey Hanse GIRLS' WEEK CCDMMITTEE -l-HIS YEAR, Girls' VVeek, one oT The ouTsTanding exTra-curricular acTiviTies oT EreeporT High School, was held during The week oT March ThirTeenTh. The Theme Tor This TourTh annual Girls' Week was Preparedness. Sunday sTarTed The week wiTh sermons in The various churches. Then on Monday, Dr. Anna Y. Reed, The personnel direcTor aT New York UniversiTy, spoke To The girls on The Topic, Planning Tor The FuTure. On Vxfednesday aTTernoon, an all-girl casT presenTed a play, "Two Many Marys." The music was Turnished by The girls' chorus and an all-girl orchesTra. This was Tollowed by a recepTion in The gym Tor The moThers. On Thursday aTTernoon, The girls held Their annual Tea dance. This year, SporTs NighT was disconTinued and insTead, on Eriday, Dr. Carolyn B. Zachery spoke on HealTh and lTs lmporTance To The High School Girl. The Girls' Riding Club presenTed a horse show SaTurday evening aT The Lakeside Riding Academy. The girls have always supporTed Their week by having a "mile-oTApenniesl' drive. This year, however, This plan was conTinued only in The Tour lower grades. The junior and senior high girls used The "waisT-measuring penny an inch" plan. To The ParenT-Teachers AssociaTion, The Library Club, The AThena Club, and The Tri-Circle Club, we exTend a voTe oT Thanks Tor making This Girls' Week one ThaT will long be remembered. NineTy-Two James Brown Chairman Larry Hannon Chairman Mr. Mansperger Faculfy Adviser Frank Nielson John Tree Gerard Doran AlberT Beneville Donald Anderson Vfilliam Johnson BUYS' WEEK CCDMTVTITTEE NE oT The mosT imporTanT OT our exTra-curricular acTiviTies is Boys' Week. This year iT Took place during The week OT OcTober ninTh. The dominanT Theme Tor This, The Third annual Boys' Week oT FreeporT T-ligh School, was CharacTer. On SaTurday, OcTober ninTh, Boys' Week was oTTicially opened by a EaTher and Son Parade, led by The band To The Municipal STadium, where The lclempsTead-EreeporT TooTball game was played. The religious parT oT The week came on Sunday, OcTober TenTh, when special sermons were preached on CharacTer and Religion aT all The local churches. On Monday, TimoThy Tinsley, The Toundor oT The Big BroTher movemenT. addressed The boys on CharacTer and Choosing a VocaTion. During The aTTernoon, The Village business was conducTed by represenTaTives elecTed by The sTudenT body. Then on Wednesday evening, TaThers and sons were inviTed To a SporTs NighT program. The acTiviTies oT The weel: were TerminaTed by Dr. Ellenwoods address on Friday morning on CharacTer and Personal Living. Only Through The splendid cooperaTion oT The various churches and such organizaTions as The Exchange Club, The Kiwanis Club, and The ParenT-Teachers' AssociaTion was This Boys' Week made such an ungualiTied success. We exTend To Them our sincere Thanks and appreciaTion Tor Their generous assisTance. Nirni'T, llnms CU 5-9 Q , I he J- 'us' ..ffiZ' X Y!-E vf 'Q zu 3- Q2 X53 M ,4y,,..-A' 205. 'if wa A n, a wi , 2 fd xi Qu-PM 1 wwf' Hmm, MAD Wop .sw N! UK DMUW W WW? C Wofofa ,O JW rj, A M .fy Q W ,X 54 A mf vm Wf ' WXWG WMD? JWW ky 150 W 44 4959 fx!! ww 4 0557 WC? 1495 AWD WWWWC X Of 400 -MPN? 4 APWWC FMD OF f 5 44541 WOW 411 JFBWWG Aaffaffom OW 114 496 F 1451049 M WWF P Celebriiy Abboli, Douglas Ackerman. Kay Adams, Evelyn Allen, David Alleisee, Doris Anderson, Andrew Anderson, Don Anderson, Francis Andres, Beliy Araia, AI Arfhur, Roberi Ausiin, Lee Banker, Jack Bania, Warren Baieman, Connie Silence Talkalive Berman, Gloria Blaile, Marie Bogowski, Edward Bowles, Conslance Boyle, Jack Brown, Emanuel Brown, James Brown, Leslie Buller, Rulh Byrnes Anna Byrnes, Helen Canese. Irene Carnie, Norman Chalker, Vicfor Chichesrer, Doroihy Childres, Orville Cia++i, Eihyl Cohen, Florence Cohen, Florence M. Cohen, Irving Cole, Gladys Combs, Vira Condon, Georgia Consianlino, Frank Cooper, Lois Criiienden. Donna Cullingford, Berfy Dahlman, Mildred Dahlman, Muriel Dammas, Helen Da Silva, Alberl Deas, Margarei De Beauchamp, Roberi De Grace. Joseph Dobbin, Gerirude Donnely, Ralph Doran, Anna Doran, Gerard Dow, Margarei' Doyle. Jack Duncan, Jean Dunn, Mary Eagan, William Edds, Marlia Eddy. Caiherine Eiiang, George Ehrich, Ralph Eidenweil, Lillian Englehardi, Francis Engnaih, Doris Ernsr, Charles Nineiy-eighl STATIC Trade Mark Clarinei My hair I-lello, boys! Huniing Who's Mae Wesi Dorf says I'm noi fair Waiia ya hear from ihe Movie queen Signals 24, 62 Goi a cigareiie Boom, boom Ahern. ahem Blondie Where'd if come from I don"r ihink so Who said shorly? His name Hal Hal Hal Famous lechnique Thai grin Fellow classmaies I meant- Sweel' and shy Presenf Yes, Mr. Moger Waii for me Eh? Who me? The drama I said nofhing High honor again II ll Lighining Gerry Doran I have a meefing Hi fools I speak English Can I help? My sisler? Whal? Sighs Waiia dope We girls Flashings I'm from 'rhe Souih Welch The birdie A musiache I'm happy Yes, Miss Sherwood I'm from Merrick Who's Duranie? Whai acceni? Full of Spirils Tri-Circle inieresls Dress making My clofhes Ah Doclor Ding Dong I'm from Waniagh Walk No Who? I'm quiell Woodecarving mob Ambiiion Benny Goodman Co-ed Demure A second Frank Buck French Miss Boardman's per Adagio dancer lnrelligenl Debi collecior Malinee idol Slender Girl crazy Dignified An aviaior A relormer A debaier Tall Boisferous Taken serious To be married Happy Debonair A Ieacher's pei To be a lady Personalify girl In Winchell's column Popular Heard A one and only An acior Quier Prepared Well known A baskelball siar Business Pres. of U.S.A. A big girl A baseball slar Slender A girl friend Beily Boop A one and only Rushed Pefiie Righr Happy go lucky A iunk man To look disiinguished Versalile Dapper Singing 'reacher Handsome Moriician The lile oi ihe pariy A frugal house-wile A dress designer An acior Sophislicaied A nighl club A plumber A grandiaiher A Juliel Daddy's boy Poised Cabinei-maker Probable Des'I'inaiion Tooling whislles on The L.I. A hula hula girl Somebody"s sienog Making mouse-Traps In a rumble A polilician Paslry iasier Truck driver Happily married Oralor A yes man Soda clerk A good bluiler Adveriising A coniormisi A business woman Meek and mild A propagandisi Taken A spurned bachelor Posing for a iooih-pasie ad A college man A hard worker Lady-in-wailing A good poker player Bookkeeper A Sunday School Teacher A sound sleeper Lumberiack Beller known A hen-pecked husband Dependable A helping hand Forgorien A iraveling salesman Mrs. Gerry Doran Chief Squaw oi Merrick Ind Neai gal A barber Clara Bow A good wife The guier fype A nice girl A manicurisi Domineering An oraror Convenfional A bufier and egg man Frighfening children A good bridge player A scholar Anyrhing Ienl' P,W.A. worker Sluiled On ihe wafer wagon Overdrawing her accounr Bargain basemenf A Loihario A good spori A good wiie A lady's man An usher A chorus girl An elephanl irainer A Dolly Dimples Making iig-saw puzzles R.R. ians Celebrify Fagan, Emily Fenner. Jeanne Ferranfe, Norma Ferris, Jackie Fischer, Margaret Fifzqerald. Roberi Firzpairick, Caiherine Fleming, Helen Fowler, Ruih Fraser, Dorofhy Fried, Mariorie Friedman, Fred Gardner, Beifv Gesecus, Eunice Giblyn. Joan Ginnever, Arihur Goeller, Harold Goldman, Mariin Goller, Margarei Goren, Osias Grosser, Vicror Gruber, Rufh Gunfher, Edgar Gunfher, Robert Haack, Margaref l-lagberg, Grace Hannon, Larry l-lanse. Audrey Horesco, Agnes Harrison, James Harrison, Margueriie l-larrlieb, Mariorie Heidelmayer, Doroihy Hewleif, Harold l-lewleii, Leone Proiicieni in accouniing Agggunfing for himself l-linch, Grace l-life, Joyce l-lodgkin, John Hogan, Frances l-!oglander, Dorothy l-lorkey. Anna May l-lroncich, Anfhony Hudson, James Jackson, Lucia Jacobi, John Jenkins, David Johnson, Jusiine Johnson, Wm. E. Johnson, Wm. F. Kaesar, Lewis Karaman, Nick Karpovich, Mary Kinzler, Caiherine Kefcham, Audrey Klien, Anihony Klemm, Louis Kobel, Marie Koenig, Madeline Koenke, Kafherine Krapi, Leone Kurz, Roberi STATIC Trade Mark Noi ihe Fagan No! No! l'm new here Rah! Rah! Rah! Good humor Sfrike one Boom chicka boom Sfudious VVhy. Jack! Oh, you boys Who is if now? l-lold Thai line Check-up girl Her boai Oh! Oh! Company aiienfion Journalism Bur, buf Fasi ralking Splendid! Thai hair Oh deah! Buf in Germany l-lis disposifion Counier 9 please Devil may care Noi presenf Do re mi Aheml Money, money, money l was delayed Darn ii! Mr. Weiilaufer i-lmmmm Wha+'s fhai? Thai squiri l-li! Ah Gee Da. da Baskefball l-lere Oh, Mildred His inielleci Pleasing voice l dunno Come one, come all! My iniellecr A pigskin His drawl Vocabulary Whaf did you hear from ihe mob? Cow bells l'm reducing Er! Er! Er! Toofl Toof! Boom, boom Ouiei! My arf- l-le's a dear Thermomeier School spirii Amlaifion A simple girl Undersiood On 'rhe Silver Screen In Bob's dreams A genius A big leaguer Oul' in ironf lnfelleciual and poised ln The Texas VVieners Cuie A wise owl A fooiball siar Olympic siar Sailor Wirh Joe A Rhyrhm King A sfar reporier A shoe salesman "Somebody's S'renog" A business man Snakeologisi A souiherner Loved A iaxi driver A saleslady A safirisr A poker iace A music feacher Businesslike A broker On iime A good lisiener A business girl Noihing Asleep ln Baldwin l-lis only girl A public speaker Earle iyl Modesi Loquacious lr-ler big momenf A scien+is+ An aciress A +raiiic cop A good siudeni A belle ln ihe Rosebowl Ambiiious Polilical oraior Milk maid Fascinafing Romaniic A gigolo A drummer Bad An arfisfe Blonde Nurse Wirh Joan Probable Desfinaiion A manicurisi A debuianie A iireside qirl A nighlmare A home Town girl A semi oro sfar A iellow's girl Oui Suzy-Qing ln a dimiiy apron A Julief A nighi Owl A baskefball siar l-la? check girl All wei Romaniic A sax player someday A cub reporier A iraveling salesman Telling ihe boss A child prodigy Snakecharmer Girl oi your dreams A climber A good confidanf A buyer Sarcaslic An organ grinder A blues singer Sales girl Broke A clock waicher A good ialker A married girl Someihing One alone Over There l-'lis girl Up ihe crick Lafe Sympaihelic A silenf parfner Forgofien Forgolfen Acfing up Law abiding Jus? anoiher heckler A lonesome lover ln ihe bleachers Talking himself oui of il Junk man Wiih The milkman Fasiened A co-ed Married Beaien up Nice A carfoonisi ln The "red" l'le'll be in a whiie corridor Rooiing for F.l-l.S. Nineiy-nine Celebrily Lamb, Glen Lange. Margarel LaScala. Jennie Leavens, Marie Lewandowski. Paul Lindmark, Mildred Lombaer. Geraldine Lombaer. Pearl V Lovig, Charles Lowe, Bealrice Lugrin, Jack Lulz, Charles Lulz, Mary Lynch, Roberl Mack, Earle Malick, Waller Malone, Eileen Marchuck. Janel Marks, Celia Marsson. Hennie Marlin. Andrew Marlin, Calherine Marlurano. Joseph McCormack, James McGinley, Wilbur McKenna. Edilh McClellan, Waller McQueen. Arvid Merhige, Roberl Merrill, Dan Meyer. Henry Meyer, Josephine Miligi, Jean Miller, Virginia Mills, Frances Mirlield. Arlhur Mirlield, Lillian Moore, Conslance Moore, Marlha Morris, Florence Morris, Frank Morrison, Edilh Muralori, Mario Murdock, Elhel Murphy, Mary Murphy, Paul Murray, Evelyn Nelson, Allred Nielson, Frank Oberkirch, Joanne Onderdonk, Gilberl Oslen, Carol Pansarella, Kalherine Pearce. Osmond Perez, Gladys Pelligrew, Elizabelh Pisicchio. Sam Posner, Sophie Posl, Herberl Preziosi, Carmen Primavera. Tom Pupilidy, Emanuel Pusaleri, Anne One Hundred o STATIC Trade Mark An argumenl A Spiral nolebook Sweelness Big blue eyes Whal's in a name Quack! Quack! A blue pencil Sighs Sarlorial elegance Serenily Goal! Goal! Snicker! Snicker! Slap lhal bass Hold il! Walk, please Easel Paul Smile nicely now! Mark lime! Tennis racquel Lisp Kale Joe Gill ol gab 28-32-46-hip lnlellecl Wham "Bulch" Parker and Bob Fishing rod His heighl Blondie Piano Thal horn Truck on down Thal hair Thal lriendly smile Yoo hoo, Pal Those clolhes Laughler Thal clarinel Her appendix Thal quielude Giggles Thal book club Thal voice Knilled suils Lankiness Thal molorcycle Parlez-vous lrancais7 Ladeez and Geenllemen The boys Girl dales boy Courlesy Roller skales Her club EI Ciris Thal smile Thal physique Wavy hair Foolball Communily reporler Silence Ambilion To win il A privale sec. Away lrom hospilals Glamorous Taller Wilh Teddy Selling lype Anolher Garbo Well-dressed Wilh her piano A screen lover A pianisl! Virluoso All American Trallic cop Arlisl in Paris Happy A woman ol lellers Gel good marks Tennis slar A gay desperado Kalydid Yes man Sporls wriler A hil wilh lhe lemmes Teacher Boslon Bees Wresller Casanova Experl lisherman Reslauraleur Always popular Concerl player Musician Dancer Poised Hosless Swiss bell ringer Model Good lreasurer Aclor Kindergarlen leacher l-leard Funny Librarian Oralor A masseuse Shorler Racer French leacher Public speech maker Slenographer Girl gels boy A he-man To dance on skales Boss Spanish ambassador Child prodigy Holding up lhe world Be a Lochinvar Prolessional player Happy-go-lucky Loquacious Probable Deslinalion Conquered by Donna Mr. Lobaugh's assislanl Away lrom appendices ln Hollywood In "Esquire" "Ducky" Edilor ol "N, Y. Times" Going lo lhe Opera Calling "Big Boy" In Carnegie Hall Chased by lhe lemmes Whislling while he works Culling Sunday roasl All inlra-mural Floor walker Tourisl conduclor in Parisian sewers Housewife A dime novelisl Gay Pingepong player Bachelor, as his miss is a mylh Kalydidn'l No man lMarluranol ln lhe audience 2nd baseman Famous pholographer Running lor lhe lrain Being bulchered Genlleman spinsler Fresh lish loday! Jerking sodas Making dales Playing scales Tulor lloolerl Slepping oul Fluslered Receiving callers Gelling lhe gong Model wile Cashier Doorman Teaching? Andy Hoey lLongl Muralori Funny Selling books Salesman Gaining weighl Seven leel In lhe dirl Jusl a sludenl Soapbox speaker On lhe boss's lap Girl loses boy A man Hurling her dignily Wilh a club lnlerpreler Problem child Under il Bald Dodging subwayilcs Lucky Laconic Celebrily Reehill, Marion Regan, Paul Reim, Dorolhy Rhodes, Doris Rigby. James Rini, Carmen Roberls, William Rose, Virginia Ryder, George Samel, Shirley Schebe, Richard Schneider, Grace Schumann, Roberl Schurman, Laurelle Sheard, Kalherine Schweigholer, Horsl Sillner, Elsie Slingerland, Jack Smilh, George Smilh, Harvey Smifh, lrving Smilh, Kalherine Smilh, Margarel Smilh, Marie Smilh, Sluarl Soper, Arlhur Soper, Lois Slander, Jean Slauback, Marlin Slewarl, Marcella Slewarl, Virginia Slommel, Henry Slueven, John Slrangleld, Rila Slrader, Harlan Sullon, Slrain Svenson, Alma Sweeney, Tom Teas, Howard Terris, Raymond Thom, Roberl Thomas, Waller Thompson, William Tiernan, Anne Tree, John R. Uslica, Frances Veller, Harry Vlfallher, Helen Weidiq. Carl VVerkeiser. Mary While. Lillian Wieboldl, Roberl Willis, Harry Wilson, Dorolhy Yelman, Douglas '7 . . Laclvei, Andrew STATIC Trade Mark Thal quiel air Asking queslions Glockenspiel Baskel F-R-E-E-P-O-R-T A lool on lhe looler Duedy di-di-di- Zoom, zoom, zoom Swish lol a baskelballl Shop al Sarnel's l'm good Ohl Gracie Shoes Sweelhearl Her "Ps" Crackl lrillel Lbs.: ozs. Rollin' Home 2+2:5 Painls and pasfelles Sweel Adelaide High heels Aneslhelic, please Painl Brush Tinkling Ezerny Coy Engaged A deep lan Ship, ahoy Shorl skirls A ping pong racquel Truckin' Gullaw Tweel, lweel lwhisllel His car Thal shullle The Tesl Tube Challer Bugs His car Prompling Freckles Click lol a cameral Correcled prools His clignily Diminulive Rosy cheeks Field goals "My lriends-" New slang Baskelball Aclion-back iackel His girl lriends Good humor Pul, pul, pul lhis carl His rille Ambilion Righl To know il all Hilling a new high Pulling all her eggs in one baskel College cheerleader Musician A greal conduclor Dress designer arlisl Greal alhlele Librarian A greal cornelisl ln 200 A greal economisl Belle ol Greenwich Village A hockey slar A greal muskeleer ln Minnie's column Debonair Bookkeeper An arlisl Malhemalician Male-charmer Florence Nighlingale Inlerior decoralor Greal pianisl Demoslhenes lhe 2nd D'lrvine On lhe beach al Waikiki Vanderbill cup conlender Decorous A champion Arlhur Murray inslruclor Greal roller skaler Famous drum-maior Gay An alhlele One in a million Public accounlanl Biologisl A mechanic A lhespian Casanova Pholographer Edilor ol "Companion" College Prol. A big shol Playing Sanla Claus A lellerman Eloquenl Well-spoken An alhlele ln aclion Shy A secrelary Slage eleclrician Reserved Probable Deslinafion ln lhe wrong Grand Cenlral lnlormalion boolh Hilling lhe hay Scrambled eggs Barker A loud noise Conducling eleclricily A "designing" woman drawing pay checks Behind lhe eighf ball Book worm Corny-gone wilh lhe wind Room 8 Chairman ol lhe W.P.A. Babe in arms In "hock" Wilh lhe Marx Brolhers ln lhe Tesl Tube Clolhes horse Embezzler Teller's Bank Wilh arllul ways Moonshiner The snake charmer Up wilh Junior Decoraling "holmes" Chasing aloms Filibuslerer Clinging vine ln lhe balhlub Tugboal Caplain De chorus girl Balling lhe biscuils Collon Club revue Bulcher Srill on her maior scales "car"elul Shullling olrl lo Bullalo Anolher Mrs. Srnilh Bal-boy lor lhe Cardinals Pushing a baby buggy Tall and dark Acling up Personalily kid Oul ol lhe piclure Cerlainly no dummy! Walerboy lor lhe Cardinals Mrs. Wee Willie Winkie Second slory man Wilh a mail-man On a soapbox "You lwerpl" A "golden" glover Movie idol Divorcee Caughl "shorl" Gelling swilched A sleulh One Hundred One JLJNICDR HIGH OMEWHAT overshadowed by The din on The Senior broadcasTing sTaTion are hundreds oT lesser impulses, The Junior l-ligh School sTudenTs. l-lere, Ie+ us Turn Tor a momenT Trorn These louder Trequencies To The minor wavelenqThs. One oT The chieT diTTerences beTween long and shorT waves is ThaT The shorT ones have TarTher To go. And so iT is wiTh The Junior l-ligh School sTudenTs, who will aTTer a Tew brief years occupy The coveTed posiTion oT senior. As much as The qraduaTinq class, They are an inTegral parT oT The school. I , mllllll ' 2 i'uu1unumu1 e ii fb , EE: 1? ' Q Y i I , ,,, vi I K N . 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'MMV SEVENTI-I GRADE GENERAL ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVE JEAN ANN MILLER l-IIGI-l I-IQNCDIQ William Braxalor Palricia Bromley Virginia Bl,II'lCl'ldl'd'l' Willard Da Silva Edward Doyle lvlorlon Gollender Gale Ablooll' Clara Jane Barlon Rmb Biederman Rose Guercuo r-,ST FRESI-IMEN Helene Hirsclwlnal Rulli Korrnendy Marqarel Kranz llse Lange Joyce Levy Edwin Lorey Eugenie Unger EIGI-ETH G Joseplw Crasson Janel l-lirn S EV ENTH C5 Gilda Kiipersnwidl Joan Ann Miller Anne Purno l-larold Riincio Joan Smillw Edward Sliner Anne Slornmel Caroline Woldei' RADE ,loan Nyqren Donald Simon Olive Mary Walter E Marian Robinson OHli5 JUNICDR I-IIGI-I HQMERQCDM MANAGERS RED CRCDSS CGUNCII. One Hundzed EIGHT JUIXIICDR I-IIGI-I TRAFFIC SQUAD f....f,L.. -....,. LL . ,. . . , v JLIIXIIGI2 HIGH FGGTBALL v.,,,m I 'S JLIIXIIGP HIGH HGCKEV JLIINIIGI2 HIGH BASKETBALL QJIIC' I-Iur1dlzrdNIm- JLJNIQR I-ISIGH ASSEMBLY CQMMITTEE SEVENTH GRADE TRAFFIC SQUAD JUNIGR E-IIGI-I SCIENCE CLUB SEVENTH GRADE C I-I G R U S NINTI-I GRADE 'GI-IGRUS EIGHT?-I GRADE GLEE CLUB NATIQNAL JUNICDR I-IONCDR SCDCIETV TN CLEVELAND, in The year I929, The NaTional Junior Honor SocieTy was creaTed by The Council oT iTs sisTer organizaTion, The lNlaTional Honor SocieTy, To sTimulaTe higher aims in Scholarship, Leadership, CharacTer, and Service among The sTudenTs oT The counTry's junior nigh schools. The Junior SocieTy, Though iT conTorms guiTe closely To The older group, has no direcT connecTion wiTh iT. The EreeporT chapTer oT The NaTional Junior Honor SocieTy was charTered on The IOTh oT March, I93I, as capTer 47. Cn Thursday, January I3, l938, The annual inducTion was held in EreeporT High School. Virginia Burkhard, llse Lang, Edward Doyle, RuTh Kormandy, MargareT Krang, and Edwin Lorey Toolc parT in The usual impressive service Tor The new members. Those inducTed Trom The ninTh grade were Helene HirschThall, Anne STommel, and Caroline Wolder. Erom The eighTh grade, Gale fXbboTT, Clara Jane BerTon, GiTTord Doxsee, Harry GunTher, JaneT Hirn, STanley KrasnoTT, Joan Nygren, Harry Rawlins, and Clive WalTer were accepTed inTo membership. AT The annual bangueT lasT May, The group besTowed upon Miss Cochran honorary membership in The organizaTion. Miss Cochran is also advisor oT The chapTor. OTTicers oT The lNlaTional Junior Honor SocieTy PresidenT, , Virginia Burkhard SecreTary , RuTh Kormandy Vice-Presidem ,,,. llse Lang Treasurer , Edwin Lorey V ' 3 Q 'Um VN.. I 3 ff L x 'X Q . :Wim ' ,:f'S?' -:'- ix- vu , f .X N- if - , 1 .fe 'gig 3 ,.f ,T 7 --M, 11:55, -I X J V - .. T' .35 :Waff- ,- wg . f - ,gpm img- - 2 , V vw A if 1 'Emi . 1 A ' K . Af q.,, 141 .: - . in -1113, A Q um . 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Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Charles A. Andres John R. Meyer James J. Tiernan Marlin M. Mansperger Cochran W. Chapin Moger William E. Fleming Budd K. Slrrader W. C. Crillenden Charles Penla T. C. Keech dred RATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS CompIimenIs of BARASCH, HERMAN Wearing Apparel BERGE, FRED C. AucIiIinq BILLMEYER, WM. B. PubIic UYiIiIy BROOKS, HOWARD D. Loans CHAIKO, MICHAEL V. Builder CHARLES, LEWIS B. Morfician CUMMINS, J. ELMER Physician DANZIGER, MILTON Sporting Goods DAVIS, JOSEPH W. Denfisf DIEMER, JOHN H. Auro EIec+ric DODD. JOHN W. Supf. of ScI1ooIs EGAN, CLINTON J. Oil FULTON, CHESTER A. Modician EXCHANGE CLUB OE EREEPORT ELKS CLUB WEDNESDAY I2:I5 O FULTON, CHESTER C. Morfician GOLDSCHMIDT, ROBT. O. Aufomobiles HALD, WM. B., JR. Eurnifure HARRIGAN, FRED AuIo Service HARTMAN, JOHN N., SR. Chief of PoIice HEGER, EMIL Banker HOTALINO, RUSSELL E. CIerIc HUNT, STEPHEN W. ViIIaqe Treasurer JOHNSON, HILBERT R. Afforney KANIGSBERG, J. CLARENCE Physician LEVY, DAVID CIofI1ier LIOTA. JOHN Resfauranf MANSPERGER, MARTIN M. Prin. High ScI'1ooI VVOOD, HERBERT E. Enqineer MARTIN, WM. J. PLACE, AUSTIN M. SCOTT, CLARK I. VON ELM, HENRY WELLS, HUBERT WHITEHEAD, EDW MCCHESNEY, RICHARD 6. NICHOLS, WALTER M. PEARSALL, HOWARD E. RANDALL, JOHN J. SMITH, ALBERT A. Marine Sales 31 Service SWEZEY, SIDNEY H. THOMPSEN, ERNEST G. .J. One Hundred Nineteen HARRIGAN 84 BONNIWELL GAS - OIL - LUBRICATION Phone 293 I BILL'S FISH MARKET THEY'RE ALWAYS FRESH! Baffer-Y' lgnif-ion' Brake Service "Down Where The Tide Ebbs and EIows" Wheel Alignrnenf CLAMS - LOBSTERS - OYSTERS Row Boafs - Fishing Tacicie - Bai? GROVE STREET and MERRICK ROAD EREEPORT phone Freeporf 3143 Eoof WOODCLEET AVENUE FREEPORT, N. Y GREETINGS TO THE CLASS OE '38 FROM CHARLES LUTHER AND HIS QRQHESTRA S.S.KRES6ECO. ' as SOUTH MAIN STREET SAXES RHYTHM Joseph MeIIor Don GuIIi, Drums FREEPORT Jirn Brown George Werner, Bass Tony Hroncich Charles LuTz, Piano I O TRUMPETS4WaI+er Jones, Jack Brinsley 5 gf IOC STORE Phone 3228 Louis Kiemm, Manager Hair SI'yIe Crea'recI by G U S T A V E THE GRADUATE- In Search of The approved modern s+yIe will discover creafive grooming aT GUSTAVE HAIRDRESSING Long lsIand's Mos+ Luxurious Beaufy Salon O IO OPERATORS BEAUTY BATH BY IN ATTENDANCE LICENSED MASSEUSE I9 WEST MERRICK ROAD Telephone Ereeporf 5875 One Hundred Twenfy AFTER GRADUATION .... WI-IAT? TO I-IELP YOU ACI-IIEVE YOUR AIM IN LIFE Ihree Ihings are necessary: I. Men+aI DeveIopmen+ 2. Technical Knowledge 3. Good Training Regisfer ai MISS ZVVERIIXLS SECRETARIAL STUDIO 250 FuI+on Avenue, I-Iempsiead, L. I. Where you can acquire infensive insirucfion in Business Training. Our Free Ernploymenf Deparfmeni assisrs graduaies in securing fine posiiion GSI Vifil TI-IE SELECT SCHOOL FOR TI-IE SELECT STUDENT and ask for BooIcIeI "Planning Your FuIure" OHddT+ PEGCEVIS DEPARTMENT STORE VISIT OUR NEW I-IOME 26 WEST MERRICK ROAD Freeporf 6364 Abraham Siegel J. Wesley Miller A. SIEOEL and CC. Wholesale and Refail PAINTS and WALL PAPERS O 99 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Telephones Ereeporl 6IOO 6IOI O H CI dT Iyl EREEPORT TAXI SERVICE Phone 4977 Ereeporf 74 HOURS ' my TEL' SONNY 5 SERVICE STATION I6 W. H. Lamqv, Prop. IZREEPORT FREEPORT CARS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Shand af RaiIroacI Sfafion Eos? Sunrise Highway and Henry SIreeI Ereeporf, N. Y. We Carry A Complefe Line OI FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS and SUPPLIES O S C H U L T Z 5 WEST SUNRISE HIGHWAY EOFDOII 4357 Fmraporf L, I. MEET THE CAPTAIN LIL WI-IITE O ne Hundred Twenfy-Ih C I' . . Omwmemts of OUR POPULAR A . P R E Z I O S I I3 R E A D -:- R O L L S IIaIian Bread A SpecIaIIy I TUNE IN WGBH THURSDAY 7:30 PM. JAQKIE FERRI3 5 FOR ANY RADIO I 25 WE CANNOT REPAIR ,MA I 112' 'TSN SERVICE' The Car TIwa+ I-Ias Every+I'IIrIq HST I1ttRadL? ISI' I or Ili' Ulf YJSUR III. .ZIII I -RADIO my ,gy AEE LEADING MAKES OF RADIQS I AT LOWEST PRICES Terms As Low As SLOO Per Week C ' led RADIO SERVICE 'r E L. FPEEPEIRT 6670 5 B Brooklyn Av Freeporf BENNETT IVIINTON MACK MARKOWITZ Inc I46 WEST SUNRISE HIC!-IWAY I PIIOIIO EI'PeIp0IRI FREEPORT I44O O Hundred Twenfy-four DAY or NIGIIT Sales Service Ereopod 3202 INTERNATIONAL MoIor Trucks KELLY BROS. GARAGE IS7 EAST SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. IW I nffvoafs must stone CLOTI-IIERS -:. SPORTSWEAR ADAM HATS NEvins 6-6400 UNIT SYSTEM LAUNDRY CORP. LAUNDERERS -:- CLEANERS 866 DeKALB AVENUE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK WALK OVER SHOES RED CROSS SHOES THE FLORSHEIM SHOE THE NEW SHOE STORE EsIabIisI'IecI I9IO 46 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Tel. Freeporf I335 Phone Ereepor? 860-W or 860-J LEWIS BROTHERS GENERAL CONTRACTORS Gradsnq, CcIIar Dwqqmq, Excavafinq, CIC. 338 SOUTH BAYVIEW AVENUE FREEPORT, L. I THE LEONARD SI-IOPPE The Mos? CompIoIo Unqelic Dress cmd Sporfswoar Shop on Long IgIamI 72 SOUTH MAIN STREET Telephone Eroopori FREEPORT, N. Y 5898 I-I . B . I-I A G E N De-aIer In Choice MEATS POULTRY I2 CHURCH STREET PREEPORT, N. Y CANARY COTTAGE . .. "JUST A GOOD PLACE TO EAT" -4,A9 4 A4444444444A4.. 4 . 268 WEST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y One Hundred Tweniyf c Cornplimenfs of . BILLY BLUME, Jr. Raised Process PRINTING SMITH MOTORS Adverfising Wafer CoIor CommercIaI LeROY SMITH 70 SOUTH GROVE STREET FREEPORT' N' Y- 38-40 EAST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. FVQGPOFI 5897 Phone Ereeporf 7300-OI MAY WE INTRODUCE Complinqenfs of , ALFRED THE TAILOR ALFRED FASSINO 290 NORTH MAIN STREET OUR COACHES FREEPORT, L. 1. One Hundred Twenfy-six Complimenlrs of . . BOULUKOS TEA ROOM BAYVIEW HARDWARE STORE J. W. Rasmussen Hardware - House Furnishings SODAS and LUNCHEONS Pain+s - Oils - Glass 4 CHURCH STREET FREEPORT, N. Y, , 378 ATLANTIC AVENUE, cor. Bayview Avenue For Economical T7'6ll2.TLl707'f6lli077 . . EREEPORT CHEVROLET EAST suNRisE HIGHWAY Ereeporf 55 I O Rooms wi'rI1 Privafe Bains Running Wafer In Every Room OPEN ALL YEAR CRYSTAL LAKE HOTEL WARD R. FRosT, Prop. Phone II8-I I9 Ereeporf Dining Room Seafing 250 For DANCES, BANQUETS, MEETINGS FREEPoRT, NEW YoRK CompIimen+s of . TRI-CIRCLE CLUB Presidenf .... ., . .Jean Duncan ISI Vice-President . ,. .Virginia Sfewart 2nd Vice-Presidenf . Grefa Thompson Secrefary ,.,,... . Treasurer.. G. O. Rep. .... . ....,Jean S+ander ......EmiIy Fagan .,.,Vira Combs One Hundred Twenfy-seve ARTI-IUR STUDIOS NEW YORK CITY 2 OIZIICIGI PI1oIograpIwers Io e I 9 3 8 V O Y A G E Iy ghf The World is Relurning Io Qualify PENZEL-IVIUELLER LONG ISLAND CITY ARTISTIC WOODWINDS Exclusive Agents for Olds Disfinquished Brasses Telephone II44 Eslirnafes Furnished WALTER B. COZZENS CONTRACTOR and BUILDER . 3I Norfh Bergen Place Freeport New York ELIv1EN'S PHARMACY Jules Elmen, Prop. P I-I A R lvl A C I S T Soulh Grove SI, cor. Arlanfic Ave. Freeporf, N. Y. Phone 228I FREEPORT POINT SI-IIPYARD, Inc. BUILDERS OF EVERY TYPE OF POWER AND SAILBOAT Phone Freeporf 5836 Exide Baller MEADOWBROOK SERVICE STATION Gasoline, Oils, Accessories Car and House Radio Repairing - Aulo Repeirinq Sunrise I-liqhway 8: Babylon Turnp ke Frank Eisele, Prop. Merrick, L. I. Tel. Free por? 8022 E . V . C O L Y E R O P T O M E T R I S T Eyes Examined Glasses Filled Broken Lenses Duplicafed Oculisfs Prescriptions Filled I5 Soufh Main SIree+ Freeporf, New Y k BULL DOG' AL ARATA On e Hundred Twe Tel. Freeporf 27I4W CompIimenIs OI OOLDIVIANS SHOE SHOP NEW YORK HAT SHOP 84 South Main Sfreef Freeport, New York Millinery and SuppIies TeI. Freeporf 4225 EsIabI?sI1ecI I884 ADOLPH LEVY 84 SON APPAREL FOR MEN FREEPORT, N. Y. 83 SOUTH MAIN STREET P. H. Dobbin FREEPORT, N. Y. SaIes Service CADILLAC LA SALLE Mofor Cars JOSEPH H. GRAY Tel. Freeporf II3O I74 WEST SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT BACON HSOUP LFISH PAT SEARFOSS CompIimen'rs of . . WILLIAM A. MOSER bij Complimenfs of . . THE COLUMBIAN BRONZE CORP. AQ O Hundred Thirfv Willm Besl' Wislwes For Your Confinuecl Success Freeporl Cenlral Council I Parenl-Teaclwer Associalion . . l Mrs. James B. Harrison, Presldenl I "For Real Ivloforing Pleasure" l I Gel A Ford V8 and gel I+ from DE LISSER MOTORS "FreeporI's Ford Dealer" I I 37 Efxsr Memlcz Row Froopovl voao I usw cfm SUNIUSE suow PLAcE f HIGHWAY MERR1cK +--- l l Phono Freeporl 6594 Complimenls ol . . F. W. WOOLWORTI-I CO. V eplwone: Freeporl I6O APOPORT """' ELLER Complele Line ol ARTISTS MATERIALS and PAINTS Impavial Washable Wallpapc-I 47 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT. N. Y. Ono I-Iundred T FreepOr1552 I36 SouTI'T Main Sfreef Freeport L. I EINK AUTO SALES, Inc. P A C K A R D Sales and Service 38 BROOKLYN AVENUE EREERORT, LANG'S MARKET Prime MeaTs, PouITry and Vegetables SpeciaI Care Given Telephone Orders SUNLIGHT BAKERY Rober+ GerIinq, Mgr. CAKES, BREAD and ROLLS For AII Occasions ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES B Phone Er eporf 35I3 NiqI'i'r Phone Freeporf 6841 MACK CORWIN. Inc. HOUSEHOLD MOVING STORAGE WAREHOUSE I95 NORTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. l84 Easf Merrick Road Freepcfi- L- I PIWU9 FTQQROTT 4G72 Rei- FTOGROTI 2440 Phone Freeporf 453l Res., Freeporf 485-J WILLIAM KING TEINIINIEY FormerIy Frank L. Hack Co. SHEET METAL SHOP 78480 HENRY STREET EREERoRTT Phone Ereeporf 458-J G E O R G E F Y F E OPTOMETRIST - JEWELER Q 30 WEST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, D. S O L O M O N CLOTHIER and TAILOR Dress Suifs To Hifc For AII Occasions 52 WEST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, L. I Nexf To TITO Grove TI1caTro RUGS and LINOLEUM Tel. Freeporf 779 FREEPORT FLOOR COVERING CO. B E D D I N G "SaTisfac'rion GuaranTeed" I5 SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y One Hundred Thirfy-Iwo WILLIS BROS. Licensed ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Mazda Lamps Ting Fixfures G. E. Appliance Sfewarf Warner Radios T I Ei-eepori II93 I7 SOUTH MAIN STREET TAIBER'S PHARMACY FREEPORT 7777 FRED C. WARE SPECIALIST ON SUMMER RENTALS HSMILIN6 JACK" I I JACKLUOWN A JAMAICA TIRE STORES, Inc. MAIN STREET and SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. DISTRIBUTORS MARTIN CUSTOM MADE CORD TIRES Freepor I 45OI F por? 755 HIMMEL'S BAKERY 96 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, NEW YORK I For Qualify and Service CALL AT BLOOM BROTHERS' Sfafionery, Toys and Candy Sfore 357 ATLANTIC AVENUE FREEPORT, N, Y. Phmne: Fieepod 2437 One Hundred TIwirIy-II1 I QQ II'l'I' IH AQTUQLIF IPNRIIS P 47,511 Disfribufors of U. S. TIRES AND TUBES LIBBY-OWENSYFORD SAFETY GLASS CARTER, STROMBERG, ZENITI-I I CARBURETORS IGuaranIeed and Rebuilfj I NEW AND USED AUTO PARTS REBUILT UNIT EXCHANGE 260 WEST SUNRISE HIGHWAY Tel. FreeporI 380 FREEPORT WRECKING YARD TeI. R.V.C, 380 Lawson BIvcI.. Oceanside Complimerds OI . . FIIEEPQPIT ,c HIGH If SCHOOL II: IUNIOR RIFLE If CLUB IE CHEEREUL RITA STRANGEELD H. E. STRANGFELD REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE IAQ BANK BUILDING MERRICK, N. Y EREEPORT 744 CompIImen+s of . . CHARLES F. FRITZ PLUMBING and HEATING 67 WEST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y One Hundred TI'IirIy-Iour Complimerfrs of .. BEE LINE INC. F-:SQ BREYERIS ICE CREAM SPORTING GOQDS, STATIONERY AT THE TOYS SODA FOUNTAIN CIGARS and CIGARETTLS HE REALLY DOESNIT NEED TO ADVERTISE BECAUSE YOU ALL KNOW BUT YOU ALSO KNOW WHAT A SWELL GUY HE IS THIS J . Z A B R 0 W S K Y 62 Soufh Grove Sfreef Freeport L. I., N. Y. One Hundred Th I-lome Made Erencli lce Cream TELEPHONE Carburelors, AUTO Eleclric, 224 FREEPORT Fuel Pumps, Speedome+ers V I E B R O C K ' S FOR NASSAU AUTO ELECTRIC CO. SODA - LUNCH - CANDY as NEWTON BOULEVARD FREEPORT, N. Y. 40 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT N. Y. ' ELASTERS TOYLAND Larqesf Toy Slore on Long Island SPORTING GOODS, BICYCLES JUVENILE FURNITURE, CARRIAGES I3 WEST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT Phone I888 N. Y. BILL 84 ED'S STATIONERY STORE School Supplies, Candy, Founfain Service Newspapers, Magazines, Cigars, CiqareITes 0 WE SERVE HORTON'S ICE CREAM Complimenfs Ol . . ANNETTE SI-IOPPE '23 ARROW I-IEAD OIL CO., Inc. OUALITY FUEL OILS F U E L O I L S Ereeporf 253 Lynbroolc 253 Garden Cily 253 Phone Freepcrf I 54 MICI-IAEL 81 I-IILDA I-IAIRDRESSERS Specializing in PERMANENT WAVING Beaufy Culfure ln All HS Branches 43 CHURCH STREET FREEPORT. L. I. Complimenfs of . . DR. SAMUEL D. BIRD won One H undred Thirfy-six Congrafulafions from . . R O O M QI3 T Telephone Free-porI 2959 RELIABLE AUTO SALES SELECT USED CARS O GEORGE E. SARANT SOIE Owner I86 EAST SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. PRIZE SPEAKER GERRY LOMBAER SAFETY FIRST EOR UNSEATABLE VALUES SHQP M DE LEON'S DEPARTMENT STORE CLOTHING, SHOES and DRY GOODS FOR TI-IE ENTIRE FAMILY Tel. Freeporf 3740 EREEPORT, NEW YORK TeIeuIIfm.e Ereejmlt IPSB MAIER'S BAKERY 49 SOUTI-I MAIN STREET EREEPORT. NEW YORK One Hundred ThirIy-se Complimenfs OI . . KENNETH E. NAGLE, Inc. F U E L O I L S HEWLETT AVENUE MERRICK. L. I. Ereeporf 2080 IRVING'S MEN'S SHOP MEN'S and BUYS' WEAR FREEPORT, N. Y. O Tuxedos For I-Iire Freeporf 4I8 -4I9 RUDY MOTORS, Inc. DODGE and PLYMOUTH Dodge Trucks DEPENDABLE USED CARS 22 Easf Merrick Road Freeport New York HARD WORKING JIMMY HARRISON Complimenjrs of . . E. FREEMAN MILLER, M.D. CABIN BAR AND ORILL STEVE HAFFNER BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS LOUIS B. YOUNG Q DELICATESSEN--FANCY G-ROCERIES 68 WesI Mei'ricIc Road Freepo 35 Railroad Avenue Ereeporf. Long Island I:reeporI 4549 One Hundred Thirfy-eighf STRASSLE BROS. HUDSON - TERRAPLANE Complimenfs of . . HENRY P. VIELBIG Sales Service PERSONALLY ENDORSED USED CARS 55 Easf Merriclc Road Ereeporf, N. Y Complimenls of . DEAN and WILSON Lumber and Building Supplies GHINT , 0 27 HENRY STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Telephone Ereeporl 2540 Phone Ere-eporl 2869 NEEDLECRAFT YARN SHOP FREE 1NsTRucT1oNs WITH Freeporl 683 CHARLES W. CARROLL Ereeporl Awning and Shade Co. PURCHASE OF WOOL 325 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT Mrs. Clara Morlensen, Prop. Member of SOUT 6 T Nafional Tenf and Awning Manulaclurefs Assn. 60 H ROVE S REET FREEPORT' N' Y' New Yorlc Canvas Goods Manulaclurerls Assn. TPI, Erocporl 3279 "Service Tliaf Safisfiesu HENRY VON ELM, Inc. IN S U R A N C E 48 WEST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N, Y. I Plwonfv Ereeporl I275 THE FREEPORT PRESS QUALITY PRINTING FRANK POST, Prop, 84 CHURCH STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. One Hundred Thirfy-nine PI::,nc Frccpo, I 3994 GEORGE DEUTSCH UPHOLSTERING and INTERIOR DECORATING Il5 WEST SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT. E. I. STEELE PI-IARMACIST 294 NORTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, Phone IS97 Fveeporf TeIeDImnes: Eve-eporf 2400-24OI N. Y. L. I. L. I. PLUMBING 81 STEAM SUPPLIES CO., Inc. 36-38 N. MAIN STREET EREEPORT. NEW YORK 0 BRANCHES: Glen Cove 2450 Smiflwfown II63 Freepovf 2563 LIr1cIenI'wuI'5I 660 Floral Park l7SO Bay Shore I53 Riverhead 2850 RocIwiIIe Cenfre I77 Compliments oI . . C. MILTON FOREMAN 3' Deparfmenf Sfore FREEPORT TCI. ProcporI I282 NEW YORK E. A. MITTHAU ER LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING CRATING AND STORAGE I I4 CHURCH STREET STAR ATHLETE FREEPORT, L. I. GMM KATHERINE SHEARD One Hundred Forfy-0 PREVENT ACCIDENTS-LET US TEST YOUR BRAKES Phone 5057 Tel. Freepori 4095 VALENTINES SUPER SERVICE TONYIS BEAUTY SHOPPE Complefe Amo Service In Freeporf Since I92I Philco Bafieries - Federal Tires - TydoI Gas - ' 9 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, L. I. NORTH MAIN and DAVIS STREETS CompIimeni's of . . DR. WILLIAM H. RUNCIE fi HERB'S STATIONERY STORE I24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone Freepori 344I Complimems of . . Complimenfs of . . JUDGE GEORGE S. JOHNSON A. A 53 BELLMORE, N. Y. Q dam and Daugifiiers F L O R I S T S Q WEST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. W H I T E H E A D ' S RAILROAD AVENUE FREEPORT Ereepori 4650! II Pays To Buy The Besi WILLIAM STUEVEN KNOWN FOR OUALITY MEATS GIVE US A TRIAL 302 NORTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. O H u nd red Forfy-Iwo HORN BLOWER LEE AUSTIN Phone Ereeporf 7I II ERISBY ELECTRIC SHOP I3 EAST SUNRISE HIGHWAY EREEPORT LiqIwIInq I-ixfurm EIecIriQaI Con VISIT OUR FIXTURE SHOW ROOM EREEPORT MUSIC STORE Chesfer A. Sfronm, Prop. I'EveryIIwIng Known In MUSICII 25 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT. PI1one 3857 Iradow N.Y COMER'S SERVICE STATION SMITH AND CHURCH STREETS FREEPORT, L. I. PHONE I24 BAYVIEW PHARMACY The "Reliable" Drug Sfore 379 ATLANTIC AVENUE FREEPORT, L. I. Complimenfs of . . JOHN CRUICKSHANK Y BAYVIEW MARKET OI'ro WinII'Ier P R I M E M E A TS POULTRY AND PROVISIONS 359 ATLANTIC AVENUE Phone I76I EREEPORT, L. I. One Hundred Eorfy-Ihree ABMOVA No. I6 O RTAPBRATEHYAMSSC. Too mucI1--see page I52 FRANKLIN IVI-G. WOLFE Congra+uIa+ions Io T H E S E N I O R S from T H E J U N I O R S In HOME ROOM QQSI III Co mpIIrnen'rs OI . . MR. and MRS. FRANK WOLFE '33 AUTO PARTS GARAGE EQUIPMENT MA COLVIN MOTOR PARTS Frank O. CoIvin 45 EAST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, L. I. CI-IINE SI-IOP TELEPHONE SERVICE FREEPORT 2420 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 'ITI1e Bank OI PersonaI Service" On The Merrick Road, Ereeporf o CompIeIe Banking Eacilifies Q PersonaI Loans Q Safe Deposif VauI'rs Q Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corporafion Hundred Forfy-four Tel. Ereepod I404 Try Our Sunday Dinner M I K E ' S I N N SEA FOOD STEAKS CHOPS C. V. BOLLER CO. TAILORS, CLEANERS and DYERS 0 3 Hour Service Wlwen NQEQSSEIIV Oufinq and Parfies 360 ATLANTIC AVENUE O Accommodafed Near Bayview Avenue Also Card Par+ies FREEPORT, N. Y. 70 SOUTH GROVE STREET EREEPORT, N. Y. VIEBROCICS DELICATESSEN COmP"me"IS Of - OUR PATRONS EAT THE BEST COLD CUTS ROASTS SALADS OUR SPECIALTY A F R I E N D 44I NORTH MAIN STREET PHONE I203 Phone Freeporf 2475 PADDED AUTO VANS WILLIAM DIERKINO OGDEN BROS. GARAGE SpeciaIizinq in WHEEL AND FRONT AXLE ALIGNIVIENT MOVING and STORAGE BRAKES PIANO MOVERS IOI EAST MERRICK ROAD 9' CRAIG AVENUE FREEPORTI L' I- W TeI. Freeporf 7I75 EREEPORT, N. Y. OLIVER E. u. REYNOLDS THEWORLD FAMOUS Wf"C'jIS'm d H Ou!BU"'eg Pumps cafe of HAIR, SCALP, FACE, NAILS Team n OT Ir -afinr G G 9 L I GROVE THEATER BUILDING 54 NORTH MAIN STREET EREERORT, N. V. PIIOIID 'I62 Tel. Efjfgfm EREEPORT. L. I. I One Hundred Forty-IIVK: I I Telephone 944 WIIIIney Van WIcIcIon, Pros. Alvin F. Van WlcIcIen, Vice-Pres. RIcharcI Van WicIcIGn, Sec.-Irons. WHITNEY VAN WICKLEN CO., Inc. I PLUMBING and HEATING 72 CHURCH STREET FREEPORT, I.. I. Phone Free-porf 3725 Res. Phone Freeporf 575M ' R I. A Z A G A R A G E Experf RepaIrinQ of AII Makes BATTERY and IGNITION SERVICE Mservice VJIIIW A Smile" I 90 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY I Chas. MIIIer, Prop. FREEPORT, NEW YORK FRATERNAL COUNCIL No. I962 YM.C illngal Arranum I ADVERTISING MANAGER VIRGINIA GOLLER One Hundred Forfy-six I-IEMPSTEAD RIDING ACADEMY Phone Ereeporf 2I7 "Say II Wifh EIowers" RaIes: 51.00 per hour!-Mondays Io Safurdays SI.5O per hourfSundays and I-IoIicIays 285 NORTH MAIN STREET OLD MILL ROAD HEMPSTEAD. N. Y. FREEPORT TeIephone I-Iernpsfead 2465 Esfabhshed l898 25,000 Sq. EI. C-Iass Tel. Ereeporf 6 E NORTH MAIN I72 W A L T E R ' S SSO SERVICE CENTER STREET FRE and RancIaII Avenue EPORT, N. Y, I S A V O Y IN N FREEPORT Tal. EVOOWVI 4 430 Janfzen Swim Suifs D A N Z I G E R Tennis, Golf and Baseball Equipmenf Eishing Tackle Trunks and Luggage Riding Equipmenlr THE FREEPORT DRUG SI-IOP 76 SOUTH MAIN STREET "Where You Buy II For Less" MODERN AUTO BODY SI-IOP Jack E. Pugh O 0 70 SOUTH MAIN STREET EREEPORT. N. Y. ZOO EAST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N, Y. One Hundred Eorfy-seve Tel, Ereeporl 2458 Picfure Framing Parly Goods Scliool Supplies B R A I T H W A I T E COMMERCIAL STATIONER Complimenls ol . . RUDOLPH L. HIMMEL Hygrade Meal Merkel Prime Meals and Groceries Dennison Dealer - Eine Sfafionery 0 Picnic Supplies - Gills 33 WEST MERRICK ROAD IO CHURCH STREET FREEPORT, NEW YORK Phone 2I7I Freeport L. I. S C I-I U M A N ' S HILL CREST TENNIS couRTs I5 CLAY COURTS NORTH BALDWIN Special Rales For High School Sfudenls WALTER M. NICHOLS RUG CLEANING SUNRISE HIGHWAY Ereeporl' I2I2 FREEPORT SHOE REPAIRING I-lar Renovalinq and Shoe Shine Parlor O RAILROAD AVENUE FREEPORT, N. Y. Cor. Cliurch Slreel MERRICK 81 OCEAN SERVICE CENTER "Thar Good Gulf Gasoline" MERRICK ROAD and SOUTH OCEAN AVENUE FREEPORT, LONG ISLAND Tel. Freeporf 362l Anllnony Milquef J, Lamberf Complimenls ol . . ALBERT H. HAMMOND NIGHT OR DAY TEL. FREEPORT 224I IN CASE OF EMERGENCY OR ACCIDENT CALL COLONIAL GARAGE REPAIRING, WELDING, BRAZING TOWING NORTH MAIN STREET Cor. Colonial Avenue FREEPORT, L. I One Hundred Forly-eighl P. BENINK PRINTING n 42 NORTH MAIN STREET Nexf fo Fire I-Ieadquarfers FREEPORT NEW YORK AWA: vi X Lil X lg.-1 CNQIKIV Gilfl ' NM I YTAMAXI 47 ATLANTIC AVENUE LYNBROOK. L. I. Open Day and NIqI1I O 2 CI-IURCI-I STREET FREEPORT, L. I. 430 I' ..... . 000 S FREEPORT NEW YORK GIRLS' WEEK CI-IAIRMAN I VIRA COMBS PI-IONE FREEPORT I3I2 Complimenfs of . . EREEPORT GLAZING WORKS, Inc. 32.34 EAST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. TELEPI-IONES 283 - I4OO CompIImenIs OI . . W. J. MARTIN COAL CO., Inc. COAL and WOOD "For BeHer I-Ieafinq Use MarIin's CoaI" 99 RUSSELL PLACE FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone Freepor'r I9 I SUPERIOR SERVICE STATION s. LONG BEACH AVENUE AND MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. Wm. Ccnfillon Wm. Neilson One Hundred Forfy-nine MILK BUILDS WINNERS NEW and USED CARS 60 Day Uncondifional Guaranfee GARDEN CITY GARAGE PIIone Garden Ciffy 9400 TEMPLE PAINTING CO. INTERIOR and EXTERIOR PAINTING -:- DECORATING b PAPER HANGING 56 NORTI-I MAIN STREET FREEPORT TeI. Freeporf 3866 LAKESIDE RIDING ACADEMY CI'IarIes I-Ielnsohn, Prop. We SpeciaIize in CI'IiIdren's Classes CongraIuIaIions Irorn . . Beqinners and Advanced PupiIs 254 MILL ROAD I-IEMPSTEAD, L, I. 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TEMPLE OE MUSIC STORES, Inc. 38 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT Exclusive Aqenls ol CONNfPAN-AMERICANM -SELM ER BAND INSTRUMENTS LARGEST INSTRUMENT REPAIR DEPT. ON LONG ISLAND Tel, Ereeporf 6002 SOLD IN YOUR SCHOOL SOLD IN SEVEN STATES ff 50 T, Ed ff? .X Y. ICEHCHEAM X X Y always BREYER ICE CREAM COMPANY 34TlT Sire-ef and Oueens Boulevard Long Island Cify, N. Y. TL-I. STEIIWQII 4-5000 One Hundred Filly MINEULA SKATING RINK " WURLD 'S FINEST RULLER RINK FAIR GROUNDS, MINEOLA TWIN Hammond IIRGANS Afternoons 2 I0 5 - Evenings 8 to ll:l5 KEY TO PAGE I44 ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER OE VOYAGEUR an No. I6 ON RIELE TEAM an PRESIDENT BOYS' RIDING GTI TREASURER EPSILON I-IIPY GD MEMBER SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB Phono Eroopod 5I5'9 BROADWAY RADIO SERVICE Gus I-Iarrman and JOIV1 I-Ierrman Spemimq an EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING O AUIIIOIPIZECI Dealer For ALL STANDARD RADIOS AUTO RADIOS CROSLEY SI-IELVADOR REERIGERATORS Phone Erecporf 4093 L. Ef:Idman, Prop. 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