Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY)

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x gm, The Red and Black EDITED AND PUBLISHED by the SENIOR CLASS GLENS FALLS I-IIGI-I SCHOOL GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK 1 9 3 6 VOLUME XVIII F0 reward Sweet are the fruits of labor, for it is through labor that mankind derives his greatest joys. At the outset the laborer is confronted with numerous difficulties which must be overcome in climbing the steep, narrow, and winding path to his ideal. Great are the tasks yet undone in this world in which we live, and the skilled laborers are the ones who find themselves best able to cope with the problems which confront them. Upper- most in the field of labor, however, is the ideal of co-operation. Bound together with cords of strength, the workers can create products which are of a superior nature and of which they may well be proud. Competition offers the greatest opportunity for workers to show their skill through combined efforts. The greater the unification of efforts the sooner will the workers arrive at the final goal of success. N J A W I if ff X in l ' f w 1 il- lf-l C ,1- I 1 l Deez'z'eeztz'0r1 To M135 LEMOZt1E Candee whwe guzet influence has ever been ez guzkie and an zrrslvzrtztzbrr to our greatest efforts, we dedzeate the 'Red and Black. Mlf5 Le Mozhe Czznriee FF 1.4 Rea' and Black Staff Editor-in-Chief, JOYCE CHAPMAN Aswhtant Editors VIRGINIA AVERY DARIIENI5 CARR CONSTANCE FLORO VVANDA SHEEHY J EANNE BARBER IQENTUCKY FRASIER ANNE FOLEY ROBERT SIDUR JOSEIII-I BARNES JANE SLAVIN PHILIP RIFENBERG SYLVIA THOMAS HAROLD VVEAVER DONALD WELLS Photogmplz Editors, JANICE WARE AND LORING PRATT Art Editors ETHELYNE JONES fchiliflllillly SHIRLEY DPJH.AIS THELMA FAKMILO BARBARA Business Manager Uircmlatdon IVIa11,aVgcr KENNETH SHELDON TED EDDY Assistant Advertisers FRANCIS ALLEN IJORIS DROUGHT VVlLI,L-ANI FAIRFIELD NIIIIIRIQII FLOYIY M IRI' .IOSIJN LOUIS FEIGENBAUNI CARL GARDNEII BARNEY G.-XGLIARDI .DORA GOLDSTEIN T ypists SVSU-L HAF2 LII.I,I.xN Ml RRAI' XAOAII TWCTI,-XRFI vI'ZI,l41XNIHIi lVNI11II. S M ITI-I A rlmf I'fl15'1:7LfI IV! a nagm JOHN MORRILL R,0IiERT LAROSE XYAYNE OvEREAuII GRANT WILLIAMS R.I"I'II PRABOIIY Isuzu-.l.l.l41 S'I'm'II1NS The Family ALEXANDER W. BIILLER, Superintendent DIQLLIX BICALLEY, Secretary to the Supev-zintondcnt MRS. SARAII A. ADRIAXCE I'IAR1iIET L. AIKEN SHERXTOOIJ D. ALLEN THOMAS F. ALLEN JAINIES K. ANGELL PAUL E. BERGAN CLIFFORD K. BOSWORTII NIARION M. E. BROADBENT MRS. DIARY 1X'ICSVVEEXEY BURKE RUTH M. BUSSEY LETWIONE CANDEE MRS. CURTIS DUELL WILLIAM H. BROVVN, Przfncipul QRLADYS Y. MCNLLTY, Scvrefary fo the Pr1'm'1'pal ALICE M. SAYRE, Class Aduiscv' ELEAXOR FISII SARA GABRIEL HELEN S. CTAHIBIER EDGAR J. GRANT HILDA ENNIS HAYES J. HARRY HIGLBIER HAROLD M. LONG FLORENCE A. LOOBIIS ANN J. RICCHEA BEATRICE NI.-ABLE CLARA A. NI.-XRTIN ETHEL F. RIEAD MRS. E. MARION IJEYOE NASH LANVREXCE C. NEVVCOMB FLOYD D. NEWPORT ELIZABETH T. XOWLAN HITTIE E. IJARTHIDGE ELIZABETH RENNER VIOLA B. ILEYXOLDS WALTER H. ROBINSON MRS. TOM ROGERS NI.-KRTHA XYAKELY ELEANOR WALKER WILLIS F. WATSON NOLA L. WVENTVVORTH Siudml Counczf Advisor MR. BROWN J FIRST TERM President, JOHN TXJORRILL Vice-President, WILLIAM EVANS Secretary-Treasurer, JJOROTHY LAWRENCE JAMES BALEOUR UIIARLES BEIIMEII QAIIARLES CARSON JJORIS CASE JOYCE UU.-XI'MAN JAMES f10ff1',ANIS MAY IJEXVEY 'I'III':OnORE EDDY Vice-Pre RUTH ALEXANDER JAMES BALFOUR JOSEPH BARNES MARIAN BAUER CHARLES BELMER THEODORE CAEARO DORIS CASE JOYCE CHAPMAN JAMES COCLANIS ANN ELDRIDGE WILIIIAM EVANS ANNE FOLEY ALYCE GARLEN CARL GOSLINE SYLVIA HEW'1TT QLIVE KILPA'fRICK .DOROTHY LAXVRENCE JAMES MCEIILIGOTT VIRGINIA MCL.AUGHLIN CHARLES MERRITT JOHN MOIERILL CLAIRE MOYNIHAN ELEANOR N EILSON ALBIA OVEREAGH MARIEL PORTER MARION WVHITNEY STUDENT COUNCIL Advisor, MR. BROWN SECOND TERM President, FREDERICK ROYAL sident, WILLIAM EVANS JANET DANIELS OLLI DURCHMAN ANN EXDRIDGE WILLIAM EVANS ANNE FOLEY CARL GOSLINE ETIIELYN JONES OLIVE KILPATRICK THELMA MEATH Secretary- Treasurer HENRY METZNER JEAN MILLINGTON WINIFRPID NEALE EIYEANOR N EILSON ALMA OVERBAGH DORIS PORTER FREDERICK ROYAL CHARLES RUSSELL FREDA SH.-XPIRO HAROLD ROWE FREDA SHAPIRO KENNETH SHELDON LEROY SIMPKINS VERA SMITH PHILIP SOVETTS GORDON STREETER CARL VARNEY , JOYCE CHAPMAN KENNETH SHELDON LEROY SIMPKINS VERA SMITH GORDON STREETER CARL VARNEY ROBERT WARD LOIS WESTEALL MARION WVHITNEY GRANT WVILLIAMS fi ?Z 1, ' J -N wiki,-J Eif.:.T,,,e JOYOI: CHAPMAN CONSTANCE FLORO VIRGINIA AVERY Claw Molto PER ASPERA AD ASTRA Clos Colors BLUE AND SILVER Honor Students BIARION GODFREY DORA GOIIDSTEIN CLIFFORD PIIILO ROBERT SIDUR HAROLD XVEAVER DONALD XVELLS GERALDINE MARY ABARE '24s good to be out of the world as ont of fashion." Interclass Basketball, 2, 3, Choir, 2, Student Council, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Hi-Y, 4, Girlsl Athletic Club, 4, Secretary of Sopho- more Class, Production Staff Senior Play, Senior Tea Dance Cornmittee, A. A., 1, 2, 3. SARAH ACKARY "Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep." Play Day, Interclass Basketball, Volley Ball, Baseball GLADYS MARJORIE ACKER 'fSilence sweeter than a dream." A. A., 2, 3. VIVIAN ANDERSON ACKLEY "A tender heart, a will inflexible? Senior Play Committee, A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Handicraft, 1, 2, Gym Exhibition. BERNARD CHARLES ALLEN "God hath given as tongues that we may say something pleasant to our fellow men." Interclass Basketball, 3, 4, Baseball, 3. FRANCIS HAROLD ALLEN "Light is the task when many share the toil." Track, 2, 3, 4, Swininiing, 1, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, Senior Ball Connnittee, Banking Agent, Boys, Hi-Y, 4, Gernian Club. HAAKON VIGGO ANTONSEN "H e touched his harp and nations heard enthralled." Glee Club, 'tPirates of Penzancen, Solo Club, Crchestra. FRANK MAXMILIAN ARNOLD "Nothing isimpossible to a willing heart." Science Club, 2, German Club, 2, Latin Club, 2. 4 .W ,.... . VIRGINIA ANN AVERY 'Genteel in personage Confluct and eqaipage Noble by heritage Generous and free." Tennis Tournament. 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, 3, French Club 3, Dramatics Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Girls' Hi-Y, 3, 4, 'tPirates of Penzance", Public Speaking, Senior Play. , X JEANNE ELIZABETH BARBER at 'A child of our granrlmother, Eve, or for thy sweet understand- ' -'1" I ' ing a woman? ' it ,,, ' Q, , Secretary of Senior Class' Se ' ' Y Qfi ' ' and Sophom 4 qs. Pt "li' 1' . , mor Play, Secretary of Junior ore Class, Girls' Hi-Y, 3, 4, President, Senior Dramatic Club, Student Council, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, Tennis Tournament. JOSEPH ELMON BARNE "Gentlemen, ive have a in can do ' S 1 aster: this young man does everything, everything, and ivill rlo everythingf, President, Senior Class, Treasurer, Junior Class, Dramatics Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Vice- President, 4, Varsity Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 1, 2, 4, Public Speaking, Senior Play. MARION DELLA BAUER. 'Goofl humor only teaches charm to l ' Still makes nenv con Girls'H'- ost, quests and maintains the past." 1 Y, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Draniatics Club, 3, 4, Student Council, 1, 4, Choir, 4, French Club, 3, Attendant '1tJ Prom, 3, Junior Prom Committee' St L A unior , udent Mixer, 3. V DON H. BELLEW IiW07'h7 is the best thing to malfe ns love life." Baseball, 3, 4, Captain, 4. CHARLES MILLER BELMER. "Oar greatest glory consists not in newer falling, but in rising every time we fall." Varsity Football, 1, 2, 3 4' C 1, 2, 3 4' C , , ,aptain 3 4 V , , aptain 3' St dent of A , , , arsity Swimming, , , I. udent Council, 2. 3, 4, Vice-Presi- . . A., 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, President, 3, Sergeant at Arms, President of Junior Glec Club, 2, 3, Senior Play. MARION LOVILA BOND A' ' V UEnclarance is the eroirfning quality, and patience all the passion of great hearts." Senior Play Committee, Gym Exhibition, 1, 2, 3, 4, Banking Agent, 2, 3, Library Club, 2, 3. EVA BORLAWSKY 'fSilenee sweeter is than speech." A. A., 2, 3, 4. 7 MARION BOVAIR 'fSilenee is more eloquent than 1l707'dS.H Basketball, Commercial Team, 2, Hockey, Volley Ball. RUSSELL ADELBERT BRAYTON "No one knows uhat he can do till he triesf' Sophomore Drzunatics Club, Senior Play. MARGARET MARY BRODEVR "So mild, so merciful, so strong, so goofl So Patient, peaceful, loyal, loving, pure." Senior Play Committee. GEORGE WILLIAM BRVNN ING "All great men are flying- I rlon't feel very well myself." Stamp Club, 2, Swimming Team, 3, Senior Play Committee. HELEN ROB ERTA BYRNE 'fShe loolceth well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idlenessf' Debate Club, 4, Hiking Club, 4, Poultney Disarmament Con- ference, 3, Commercial Team, 4, Senior Play Committee, Gym Exhibition, 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4. ROB ERT FREDRICK CARLISLE 'tSeest thou a -man diligent in his business? He shall stand before lcingsf' Senior Play Committee, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3. GRACE DARLENE CARR Y "As clever as she uillsf' Girls' Athletic Club, 3, French Club, 3, Senior Dramatics, 3, 4, Girls' Hi-Y, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, "Pirates of Pen- zaneej' 4, Public Speaking, 4, Senior Play. ADELIA MAY CHADWICK 'fliindness is 'll,"lSfl077?,.U A Commercial Party Committee, 3, Banking Agent, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Sketching Club, 1, Hiking Club, 2, Gym Exhibition, A. A., 2, 3, 4. Glce Club, UPirates of Penzancen, UMikadol', Science Club, 'Hou' poor are th MARGARET ANNE CH ANI . - 1 . if PAGNE 'fDecout get cheerful, active yet resigned." Student Council. JOYCE ABBOTT CH Al-'NI AN A A' . .L HOf manner gentle, of affection milcl In wit a man, simplicity, a child? Public Speaking, Red and Black Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Vice President of Senior Class , Bi s' f ' P . ' 7 ' IIIICSS Manager for Senior lay, Girls H1-Y, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 3, Secretary, Dramatics Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Student Council, 4, Secretary, Treasurer. JOHN AUGUSTINE COLLINS DLG , 'fWhy should life all labor be?" Track, 1, 2, 3, Public Speaking, A. A., 2, 3, 4, Interclass Bas- ketball, 1, 2, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Varsity Basketball, 3, Student Mixer, 3, Debate, 3. RONALD PARKER CONDON "H e is complete in feature and in mind With all good r g ace to grace a gentlemanf, A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club, 2, 3, 4. JANE CAROL CONKLIN ". . . knows with equal ease how to vert and how to please But the folly of her sex makes her sole delight to vox." Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, "Mikado," 2, 3, 'tPirates of Penzance " 4, Debating Club 4' Po lt , , u ney Conference, 3, Junior Prom Committee, May Queen Attendant, 3, Science Club, 4. BE 'For she is jus' the quiet kind Her n t a ure never parries Lik t I ULAH MARGARET CONKLING e s ,reams that keep a summer mincl Snowwhite in Jan-oo-ary." A. A., 2, 3, 4. ROBERT FRANKLIN COON Nlllen of few words are the best men." Senior Play Committee, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 3, Inter- class Basketball, 4, Interclass Track, 4. STANLEY MAURICE COON ey that have no patience." A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. WILSON W. COON "Tho modest, on his unembarras'd brow," Nature had ivritten-gentle man? A. A., 2, 3, 4, Science Club. JUNE COPELAND f'Honest laborer bears a lovely facef' A. A. LEMBERT JESSE DEAN, JR. 'tHe uho has loved obscurely and quietly has lived wellf' Interelass Basketball, 1, 2, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, 3, 4. RITTH WARREN DEAN "The suseetest garland to the sweetest maid." Girls' Hi-Y, Debate, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 3, Swimming, 4, Senior Play Committee. CATHERINE DEEB 'fSmiling always with never fading countenance and flourishing in an immortal youth." A. A., Exhibition, Senior Committee, Playdays, Basketball, Baseball, Volley Ball. KATHERINE DEEB 'fFair tressess man's imperial race ensnaref' Baseball, Volley Ball, Student Council, 1, Play Day. SHIRLEY ALICIA DEHAIS f'0fTicious, innocent, sincere 5, aj., gig! Of every friendless, name the friend." 19 Red and Black Staff' Commercial Team, 3, 4, Junior rombjli Q Committee, Senioi' Ball Committee, Hiking, 4, Banking ' Agent, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee, Commercial Party Committee. Ml L',fi-iff? gl I0 LENA THERESA DEI, SIGNORE M7 ,, ' 'fThe mildest manners and the gentlest heart." Baseball, 3, Glee Club, 3, HMikadol', Commercial Party Com- mittee, A. A., 2, 3, 4, Invitation Committee. TERESA ELLENORA FLOYD "Common sense is Natures gift, but reason is an artfl A. A., 2, 3, 4, French Club, 3, Choir, 2, 3, 4, HMikado": HP1rates ot Penzancem, Senior Play Connuittce, Junior Prom Coinmittee. ANNE CATHERINE FOLEY "She finds 0 .satisfaction in things well flonefl Red and Black Staff, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Junior Proin Conunittee, Senior Play Connnittee, French Club, 2, 3, Girls' Hi-Y, 2, 3. 4, Yiec-President, 3, Banking, Agent, 2, 3. 4, Student I lixcr. KENTUCKY BELLE FRASIER OPC. 'fThe virtue of her lively loolivs excels the precious stones." Girls' Athletic Club, Banking Agent, 2, 3, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Senior Play Production Staff, Red and Black Staff, Hockey, Horse-back Riding, 3, Connuercial Team, 4. BARNEY CARL GAGLIARDI '24 eonierly is the irire-fable of the Nfinflfl Interclass Basketball, Red and Black Staff, Senior Play Conuuittce. CARL EDWARD GARDNER 'tHe teas not merely ci chip off the old bloeliv, . But the olrl blorlc itsolffl lnterclase Basketball, 3, Red and Black Staff, Baseball, 2, 3, Swinuning, 3, 4, Debate Club, 3, Science Club, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club. 1, 2, Senior Play Committee. GERTRUDE NATHALIE GILMAN f'An arlinirable ninsieion: Of she will sing the savageness out of ri bearf' Glee Club, 3, 4, Gerinan Club, 4, Solo Club, 4, Banking Agent, 2, "Mikado", "Pirates of Penzance", Senior Recital, 4. ELASIE BELLE GLETASON "Qilietness is best." A. A. MARION ALYCE GODFREY "Type of the wise who soar but never roanifl French Club, 4: Red and Black Staff, A. A., 2, 3. H -I ,E- il 'I' M 'N . , - . AN C' OLDNI AN ESTELLE JOA A 1 I . - 'Always act in such a way as to servo the lore of your 7lm'?'I'fjlLlJ0'I',7 Volley Ball, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, Swim- ' ' s Club 4, French Club, 3, Handcraft ming, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic- , Club. 2, 3. 4: Girlsl Athletic Club, 3, 4. HENRY ALFRED GOLDSMITH destyls a candle to thy merit." 'fThy mo A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. DORA MARION GOLDSTEIN "Woman's at best a contradiction still." Interelass Basketball, 1, 2, Red and Black Staff, Senior Ring Committee, Senior Play Committee, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, ' mercial Contest, Play Day. French Club, 2, 3, Com PHILIP GOLDSTEIN 'iThinlt not I am what I appearff 1 2 3, Junior Varsity, Orchestra, 2, 3, Interelass Basketball, , , 4, Interclass Track, 1, 2, Track, 3, 4, Football, 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4. EILEEN GENE GREENFIELD "Ambition is the growth of every climb." Latin Club, 3, A. A., 3, 4. WINUP RICHARD HENRY G Will things come round to him who will but wait." A. A., 1, 2, Gym Exhibition, 3. SUSAN JANE HAFZ "Everyone is the son of his own works." Interelass Basketball, Interelass Baseball, Play Days, Red ' t Council, Senior Play Committee, nd Black Staff, Studen a Junior Prom Committee. ROBERT JAMES HAMELIN f'Nothing is more simple than greatness, indeed to be simple is to be great? A. A., 1, 2, 3, Commercial Contest, 2, 3, 4, Interelass Basket ball, 2, 3, 4. PATRICK FORD HEALEY f A. , LAIDCGFIS, not uforflsf' Interclass Basketball, German Club, 3, 4, Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Tea Dance Committee, Senior Play Committee, Banking Agent, 4, "Pirates of Penzancefl BERNARD HELITZER UI mn bound to furnish my antagonists with argument." Chairman of Lighting Committee of Senior Play, Senior Dra- matics Club, 3, 4, German Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Science Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Dramatics Club, 2. CATHERINE JANE HILTON "All who Joy would u'1'n must share rt, happiness was born a tuvtnf, Interclass Basketball, 2, 3, Interclass Hockey, 3, Hiking, 3, Play Day, 2, 3, Clce Club, 1, 2, 3, UT'he Mikado", Com- mercial Team, 3, 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4, French Club, 3. ROB,ER.T JAMES HOIJCSON 'Through life, 'tis true, I have not toiled." Basketball, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Club, 3, 4, Science Club, 3, 4, Interscholastic Debating Team, 3, 4, Green Mountain College Disarmament Conference, 3, Senior Play, Orches- tra, 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club Play. - EDNA LILLIAN HOOSE "She is gentle, she is shy, Yet therels mischief in her eyefl Interclass Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 3, Bicycle Riding, 2, Hockey, 2, 3, Volley Ball, 2, Play Days, 2, 3, Senior Ball Committee, .Iunior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee, Hi-Y Club, 4, Cirls' Athletic Club, 3, 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4. ERIC ALEXANDER HUNTER '24nd when tomorrow came I answered, 'Still tomorrowiv Int-erclass Basketball, 3, 4, Swimming, 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 4, Senior Tea Dance Committee. RAEBFRN KEITH HURD 'iLessons are the least of my troubles." Junior Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball, 4, Science Club, 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4. RICHARD HARRY JACKSON A Q c , "For him the world zcoulrl have no joys if in tt there were only boys." Hudson Falls: Band, 1, 2, Clee Club, 1, 2, Glens Falls: Band, 3, 4, Orchestra, 3, 4, A. A., 3, Swimming, 4, Senior Play Committee. 6 .. as 22 6 2 vi' S: 'WHS I li l.. ii i MARY SANDRA JACOBS 'Ll merry heart nmlfeth o, cheerful eountenroncef, lnterclass Basketball. 2, 3, Tnterelass Hiking, 1, 2, Play Days. 1, 2, Junior Prom Committee, A. A., 2, 3, 4, Banking Agent, 2. ETHELYN ISABELL JONES "She is goofl as she 'is fair, To know her is to love herf' Interclass Basketball, 2, 3, Red and Black Staff, Student Council, 3, 4, Debate Club, 4, Girls! Athletic Club, 3, 4, President, 3, Play Days, 2, 3. STANLEY J ONES 'Who lfeeps one enfl in uieu' nzralves all things serve." Granville High School, 3 years, Plays, 1, 2, Exhibition, 1, 2, 3, lnterclass Basketball, Special Exhibition, 3. S MARY ELIVIRA JOSLYN "An angel! or, 'if not, on earthly parugon!" A. A., 2. 3, 4, Commercial Team, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition, 2, Red and Black Staff. ALICE CLAIRE KILPATRICK "No gems, no gold she needs to wear, She shines zntrinsleallg fair." Play Days, 2, Choir, 2, 3, 4, t'The Mikadow, French Club, 3, Junior Prom Queen, Treasurer of Sophomore Class, Student Council, 2, Senior Play. ROBERT EDWARD LAROSE ' "Conquest pursues ufhere courage leads the tray." lnterelass Basketball. 3, Senior Play Committee, Red and Buck sera. A. A.,i1,2,3,4. ' DOROTHY MABEL LAWRENCE NIC . "'Knou'leflge comes, but uqisdom lingers." Basketball Varsity, 3, A. A., 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Senior Tea Dance, 4, Senior Play Committee, Girls' Athletic Club, 2. 3, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Junior Prom Committee. MARY COOK LEESON 'Hn artist is a flreamer consenting to dreanrof the actual world." f Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pirates of Penzance, "Mikado," 2, Motto Committee, 4, Senior Play Connnittee, Play Day, 2, Hockey, 1, Gym Exhibition, 2, 3. f A 'K-, l Q 'as-rg., ,. Q at X ,us eff x P Isa Q .5 f F . - -: .- - S ggi , ,.g5,.Q ,. - K. vs BYRON oooHRANE1,ENNoX ,Q , 'There are occasions cmd causes why and wherefore in all things." A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee. GEORGE PETER LIAPES t'He that will conquer must fight? Interclass Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Football, 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4. ALFRED BALDWIN LOCKWOOD "Maybe you think Tm quite o boy, but wait 'till I grow up." A. A., 2, 3, 4. BENJAMIN JOHN LORD, JR. mllvery sincere man is right." Science Club, 3, 4. PHYLLIS BERNICE MASON t'I work with patience, which means almost power." Junior Prom Committee, Orchestra, 3, 4, Patrons' Evening , Committee, 4, t'Pirates of Penzanceng Senior Tea Dance ' Committee, Senior Play Production Staff, Commercial Team, 4. 4 MILDRED IRENE MCCORMICK "Skill to do comes of doing." TERESA NAOMI MCGARR "You are welcome as the flowers in May." Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Club, 3, 4, Volley Ball, 2, 3, 4, Swim- ming, 2, 3, Interclass Basketball, 2, 3, 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4. ARTHVR HARRY MEAD f'iWit 'must be foiled by wit, out a diamoml with a fl'ltl'I7L0'7ld.U Interclass Basketball. 1, 2, 4, Manager Basketball, 4, Varsity Football, 2, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Yarsity Baseball, 2. 3, Manager Track, 3, Treasurer of Handicraft Club, 2, Trainer, Football, 4. s 1 .- f, -Q- X iw , ig, .S RICHARD LOREN MERRITT 'fYouny fellouzw zrlll be young fellows." Hi-Y, Baseball, 2, 3. 4, Football, 4, Hockey, 3, 4. JOHN EDWARD MORRILL "To be .strony is to be happy." Red and Blaek Staff, Football, I, 2, 3, 4, Yarsity Basketball, 3, 4, Orchestra, French Club, 3, Dramatic-s Club, 2, 3, "Pirates of Penzance", "Mikado", President Student Coun- cil, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, President, 4. LILLIAN GERTRLDE MURRAY "The fruit ll8l'1'l'Cll from labor is the sweetest of pleasures." Red and Black Staff, A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Connnereial Contest, 4. STANLEY EDWIN M URRAY "l'olleetiny rash is his job here below, lVhafu'1fllhe rlo when hefs flearlf We dunno." Glee Club, 1, 2. 3, 4, Public Speaking, Senior Class Treasurer, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Seienee Club, 3, 4, Drainaties Club, 3, 4, Student Mixer Play, "Mikado,l' 2, 3. IONA ELLEN XICHOLSON ' "IVorrls pay no debts, give her deeds." A. A. ALICE ELEANOR O'NEILL "Good sense ll',l1'l'll only is the yffl of heaven." Interelass Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, Secretary of Girls, Atliletie Club, 3, 4, Hiking Club, 2, 3, Volley Ball, 2, 3, Swinnning, 2, 3. ALMA GAY OVERBAGH "Like a c1'rf'le enrling never, Does her tongue run on forever." Interelass Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Draniaties Club, 2, 3, 4, Freneli Club, 3, Patrons' Night Play, Senior Play, Student Mixer Play. WAYNE BALDWIN OYERBAGH 'man of strife and a -man of oontelntionf' Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Hi-Y, Red and Black Staff, .Iunior Proin Committee, Banking Agent, 2, Interelass Basketball, 2, A. A., 2, 3, 4. D if F ... re, .. 5 , T1 V' ' 'I MQW.. MARION ELIZABETH PALMER f'Atteinpt the end and never stand in doubt Nothing is so hard but search will find it outf' A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL HAROLD PARSONS bf ':His time is forever, everywhere his place." Interclass-Basketball, 1, 2, Soccer, 1, Baseball, 1, Senior Play Committee. RUTH LILLIAN PEABODY "She is pretty to walk with, And witty to talk uith, And pleasant too, to think on." Glee Club, 2, 3, Red and Black Staff, 'fMikado," 2, 3, A. A.. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Senior Play Committee. A RUSSELL LEROY PERRY 'fLet these describe the undescribablef' Secretary of Boys' Hi-Y, 4, Senior Drainatics Club, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, Poultney Disarmament Conference, 3, Senior Play Cast, Student Mixer, 2, Interscholastic Debat- ing Team, 3, 4. CLIFFORD HARRY PHILO 'fWise to resolve, patient to performf' Interclass Basketball, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, Science Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, French Club, 3, A. A., 2, 3, 4. LORING WITHEE PRATT "He is truly great that is little in himself, and that maketh -no account of any high honorfl Orchestra, 2, Band. 1, 2, Red and Black Staff, Treasurer, Debate Club, 4, A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition, 2. HELEN XYAGNER PRIESTE "A pond-like spirit, beautiful and swift." Hockey, 2, 3, Basketball. 2, 3, Hiking, 2, 3, Bicycling, 2, 3, Play Day, 3, Junior Prom Coinniittcc, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, 2, 3, 4. 5 HELEX JANE REARDON HNever in a hurry, Never has a care g Never known to worry Beloved evcryu'hcre."' - Girls' Athletic Club. 4, Yolley Ball, 3, 4, Baseball. 4, A. A., 3, 4, Senior Tea. Dance Connnittee, Senior Tea Connnittee, Hiking Manager. DOROTHY MAE REYNOLDS 1'Ho1l' fm' that little candle throuxs its betzznsfl A. A., 2, 3, 4. CHARLES C. RICE 'fThe manly port is to do with nzight rinrl main iehot you ca dof, Crlee Clubg Orcliestrag Band3 "Mikado"3 "Pirates of Penzance. THELMA LOUISE RICKETTS ', 'fPattence is the art of hoping." A. A.. 1, 2, 33 Ol'Cl1CSt1'EL, Cl1oir3 t'Mikado.'l PHILIP W. R IF EN IS ERC f'Fo1' Satan finds some frnisehief still for idle hands to dofl Interclass Basketball, 3, 43 Red and Black Staffg Senior Play Connnitteeg Science Club, 3, 43 French Club, 33 A. A., 2, 3, 43 Senior Ball Connnittee, 4. BETTY ROBINSOX 'Nothing great was ever ach.iet'ed 2,r'ithou.t 67lUZtLS2.ClSllL.H Student Council, 2, 33 Debate Club, 2, 33 Senior Dramaties Club, 3. 43 French Club 3' Girlf Hi Y 3 4 S ' ' . v . , , .X - , , 3 en1orPlay, Public Speaking3 Disarinanicnt Lonfcrence. FR ED ERICK WALTER. ROYAL "They thot govern the 'most nzalfe the least noise." Student Council. 43 President Student Council, 43 Boys' Hi-Y, 2, 3, 43 President Hi-Y, 43 Football, 3, 43 Swinnning, 2, 3, 43 Interclass Basketball, 3, 4. RAY WILLIS RYTHER xv t 'tNot .stepping o'er the botmds of modesty." Football, 2, 3. 43 Baseball, 2, 33 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council. 2. 33 Hi-Y, 3, 4. CWENDOLYX IREXE SANDERS 'Good sense onrl good nature are never parted." A. A.. 2, 3, 4, 17, ax 'Next to SCHLAEIR' ' ' DOROTHY RIAE .silence is the appreciation of it." lub, 2, A. A., 2, 3, 4. Debate C HAZEL ALICE SCRIPTFRE "Plain without pomp, rich without show." Glee Club, 2, Basketball, 2, 3, Pencil Sketching Club, A. A., 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY ELEANOR, SEIXIELISKY "And I, too, tallcf' German Club, 3. 4, Girls' Athletic Club, 3, 4, Assistant. Mana- ger of Girls' Athletic Club Store, 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4, Interclass Basketball. 2. 3, Bicycling, 3, 4. .EMMA LILLIAN SHARPE "Be thyself. Voiirt no greater gift." Interclass Basketball, 2, 3, Play Day, 2, Hiking Club, 3, German Club. 3. 4, A. A., 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee. WAXDA SHEEHY "The reatsotrz firm, the temperate icitl, Endurance, foresight, strength, and skiilfl Red and Black Staff, Debate Club, 2, 3, Drainatics Club, 4, Sophoniore Draniatics Club, A. A., 2, 3, 4, French Club, 3, Connnercial Party Play Cast: Banking Agent, 4. H. KENNETH SHELDON, JR. "His very foot has music in it. as he comes up the stairs." Glee Club, 4, Red and Black Staff, "Pirates of Penzaneew, Student Council. 4, French Club, 4, Hi-Y, 4. ANNA TRESSA SHINE "Who is it can read a u'oman?" Interclass Baseball, 2, 3, Interclass Volley Ball, 2, 3, 4, Inter- class Hiking, 4, Interclass Basketball, 1, Varsity Basket- ball, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, Student Council, 2, Girls, Athletic Club, 3, 4. ISABELLE CLARA SHIPPEE "Her ivays are zcayx of pleascmtnessf' ' t 'ttee, A. A., I, 2. .Iunior Proni CUIIIIHI ROB ERT HER B ERT SIDI'R "Do your Leorlf cheerfully, heartily and effectually, and be ever prelmfefl for the place further npf' Red and Black Staff, Senior Ball Committee, Debate Club, 3, President Science Club, 2, 3. 4, French Club, 2, 3, 4, Dra- matics Club. I. 2, 3, 4, Student Mixer, 2, 3. JANE ELIZABETH SLAVIN "Gentle of speech, benefieient of mind." Library Club, 1, 2, Hiking Club, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Red and Black Staff, Commercial Party Committee, Commercial Team, 3, 4. BARBARA JANE SMITH "That happiness does still the longest thrive, Where joy and grfefs have turned olternatioefl Play Day. 3, Girls' Atlilet-ic Club, 3, 4, Senior Ball Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee, Red and Black Staff. DONALD WAYNE SMITH "The secret of success in life for a. mon to be ready for his opportunity when it eomesf' Student Council, 2, 3, Senior Dramatics, 3, 4, French Club, 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball, 2, 3, Varsity Track, 4. ROBERT EDWIN SMITH "A man passes for what he is zeorth, what he is engrzwes itself on his face, on his form, on his fortune, tn letters of light." Baseball. 2. 3, German Club, 4. GEORGE EYERET T STEVENS "Our yesterdays with which we build the foundation for the structure of today." Football Manager, 2: A. A., 3, 4, Interclass Basketball, 3. ISABELLE ETHEL STEVENS HI know the young gcntleu'on1on, She has good giftsf' Handicraft Club, President, 2, Junior Prom Committee, 3, Senior Tea Dance Committee, 4, Red and Black Staff, 4, A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Party Committee, 4. SILAS ELMER STOCKMAN "The right hand of fellowshipfl A. A., 2, 3, 4. BYRON CEDRIC STOIJDARD "Virtue and sense are onef' SYLYIA MARTIN THOMAS "Only at seventy-sezfen is the time to be earnestf' Interclass Basketball, 2, Tennis, 2, 3, "Pirates of Penzance", "Mikado", Debate Club, 2, Girls' Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Dramaties Club, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 2, 3. KATHERINE MARY TIDMARSH f'Sensitive, swift to resent, but as swift in atoning error." A. A., 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee, Play Day, 2, Commercial Party Committee. LAWRENCE AMERICFS WALLACE "0rrmnzent of Cl meet' and quiet spirit." LUTHER NYALLACE flllen of few words are the best men." Commercial Contest, 3. ALMA .IANICE WAR E "A pleasing girl with pleasing trays, Creates contentment where'er she strays? Red and Black Staff, Senior Plan' Committee, t A. A., 2, 3, 4, Commercial Party Connnittee. HAROLD BAIN WEAVER t'The noblest mind, the best contentment." Cleo Club, 3. 4, 01'CllCSfI'21, 3, 4, Solo Club, 4, Red and Black Staff, f'MikaClo7', "Pirates of Penzaneew, French Club, 3, 4. SIDNEY FRANK WEINER "Rugged is the beast that music cannot tome." Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team, 4, Tennis Team, 4, Interelass Basketball, 2, German Club, 3, 4. .is sw 1. M" s 2 913 :E"I5' as Q if " T Q saw X A .5-gym . I , .. l 56 s N YQ AW s il? ZX gp i 1 Q . fm 4 if it :,. ..:.,,., , 3 ..,.-.zk,.:if. .. X .. 5. 5 gi' i 5 ' J ' .. ' gage N - T is BARBARA ANNE WELLS UA smile for all, a welcome glad, A jovial, coaxing way she hadf' Choir, 3, 4, Hllikadoll, "Pirates of Penzance", Library Club, 3, A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 4. HAROLD DONALD WELLS . Ulf you don't know, grin." Debating Club, 4, Science Club, President., 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Stai. CHARLES GILBERT WESTFALL "Happy am I, from care I'm free, why aren't they all contented like me?" Varsity Track, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition, 1, 2, Interclass Track, 2, Interclass Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee. JANE AVADNA WETMORE HA good name in man and woman Is the immediate jewel of their soul? A Capella Choir, 2, 3, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, "Mikado", A. A., 2, 3, 4. ' DOROTHY PAIILINE WHITCOMB "Your wit makes others witty." Student Council, 3, Senior Play Committee, Girlsl Athletic Club, Secretary, Girls' Hi-Y, Swimming, 2, 3, Bicycling, 3, Patrons' Night Play Committee, A. A., 2, 3, 4. MARIAN ELIZABETH WHITNEY 'A cheerful life is what the muses love A soaring -spirit is their prime delight." Basketball, 2, Student Council, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, Banking Agent, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 2, 3, A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 3. GRANT EDGAR VVILLIAMS "All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them." A. A., 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club, 4, Science Club, 3, 4, German Club, 3, 4, Student Council, Interscholastic Debating, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, 4, Class IVill Committ.ee, 4, Commer- cial Party Play, 4. DAISY ELIZABETH WITHERELL HI never knew so young a lady with so old a head." Senior Color Committee, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, A. A., 3, 4. LESLIE HERBERT WOOD "'SeZ,f-rP110r'em'0,' self-lfnovrlerlge, and self-eontrolf' BRADFORD IVRIGHT t'Did nothing in particular and did it very well." Orchestra, 1, 2, Band, 1, 23 Choir, 1, 2, 33 French Club, 3, 4 German Club, 4, Swimming, 4, Assistant Manager of Base ball, 1, t'Mikad0," 2, 3. HARRY BERKOWTIZ DAVID YESTER DEV OL ROBERT SYLVIAN .IALET W f DANIEL RAYMOND MONROE EVELYN SILVERMAN VICTORIA ST. JOHN Erwin Adams Mary Louise Allen Eleanor Ashley Ames Barber Francis Barnes J amcs Bates Joyce Bates Harlan Beckwith Dorothy Bennett Rose Berkowitz Helen Beswick Kathleen Brodeur Edward Bullard John Bullard Margaret Burnham Howard Butler Lorraine Butler Theodore Cafaro Charles Carson unzbr Clem Quentin Chadwick Ruth Chapman David Chase Marion Clements Charlotte Closson Edward Closson Blanche Coclanis Lorna Combs Helen Conkling Lawrence Deibold Marie DePan Edward Diskin Samuel Diskin Jane Domenico Geraldine Dowden Earl Drake Ted Dunn Fred Durkee Janet Ellsworth Natalie Ellsworth William Evans Anita Farmilo Rose Fcigenbaum Catherine Ferris Margaret Floro Raymond Floyd Eleanor Fountain Percy Foy Donald Frasier Elaine Frink Angela Fruscio Charles Fuller Gertrude Gardner Polly Garrett Loren Garrow Charlotte Gilbert Elizabeth Gilchrist Jack Gilday Charles Giles Helen Galuses Joyce Greene Wilson Green Marilyn Groff Sanford Hall Anna Hamelin Neal Harper Louis Hartman Robert Hawkins Catherine Herald Arthur Hirsch James Hoag lVilliam Hollister iVilliam Hudson Robert Huffer James Ingalls J o Ann Irish Doris Jamison unzbr Clam Lillian Johnson Russell Johnson Elizabeth Jones Daniel Kennedy Olive Kilpatrick Charles Knoblauch Anthony Kokoletsos Bernadine LaMoy Audrey Lennox Lewis Lilly XVilliam Long J essie Loveland Richard Loveland Robert Loveland Robert Lynch Virginia Maclioughlin lrene McCoy Bertha McDonald Roy Mace Victor Maslon Fred Maxwell Doris Meron Charles Merritt Jeanne hloynihan Charles lvlunger Helen Nason Daisie Nichols Arthur Nobles Robert Normandin Harold Novitsky Helen O,Keefe Jack Orton Milton Parker Bettie Patterson Stanley Phillips Leland Pierce Doris Porter Josephine Potter Harry Pulver Jeanne Rainville James Rando Janice Reed Robert Rhoads Justin Rivers Aurelia Robillard William Rogers Leola Rosebrook Matilda Ross Harold Rowe Charles Russell Richard Russell Glenn Ryther Jeanne Sansouci Gladys Sawn Robert Scales Barbara Schofield Lela Scripture unzbr Clam Helen Sebert Ruth Semelisky Florence Shapera Freda Shapiro lVilliam Sharrow Sanford Silverman LeRoy Simpkins Doris Smith Polly Smith Ruth Solomon Robert Sovetts Doris Spafford Roger Stevens Ruth Stevens Dorothy Stone Vllilliam Stoukas Helen Thomson Sydney Timms Arthur Torchetti Dorothy Tripp Leo Trombley Robert Tupper Maurice VanOrnam Grace Varney Jane Vermilisea Jean VVallace Harold Webb Earle Wellington Henry White Thelma White Bernice W'ilcoX Charles Wilcox Arthur Williams Bruce iVillson Wfilliam Wright. Reva Yaffee Mary Yannici George Abbott William Alden Ruth Alexander Bertha Allen John Allen Michael Aspland Olaf Antonsen Esther Bakst Eleanor Baker Harold Baker Hubert Baker Eleanor Baldwin James Balfour Herbert Barnes Henry Bates George Beaton Earl Bellew Millard Bennett Irene Bigelow Ethel Birchenough Alan Bishop .Iames Bond Ernestine Bovair Alice Bovoe Howard Bowman Phillip Brilling Robert Brilling Vivian Brodt Louise Bronne Charles Brower Roy Bruno Doris Bullard Carl Burlett Dorothy Burnham Jean Buttles Betty Byrne Harry Campney Betty Carpenter Helen Case John Chadwick Com'ow Chamberlain Irene Champagne Malcolm Champagne Joseph Chenier Edward Chester Ethel Clements John Clute James Coclanis Robert Colline Marion Comstock Marjorie Condon Shirley Cone Marjorie Cooney Frank Corlew Emmett 'Crahan Ruth Crannell Francis Crowe Eileen Curley Jean Dalton Janet Daniels Robert Dawson Philip DeLong Virginia DeBorce Robert Dehais Leroy Deibold Arthur DeLong Alfred Del Signore Clifford Denton William DeVol Robert Dickinson Francis Donahue Margaret Donahue Alice Dongan John Donnelly Robert Doyle Kenneth DuFour Leonard DuFour Olli Durchman Louisa Durkee Homer Eckerson Clarence Edwards Ann Eldridge Elliott Eldridge June Eldridge Gyle Ellsworth Natalie Ellsworth Virgil Ellsworth Joan Evans Beatrice Everts Celia Feigenbaum Doris Fields George Finch Mildred Flint Edward Flint Diamond Floro Charles Frasier Jean Frasier Clark Fulton Francis Fulton Richard Gardner Exford Gilbert Betty Gilday Beverly Gilman Marjorie Ginsberg Harold Gleason Richard Gleason Bernard Goldberg Esther Goldstein William Goodson Dorothy Goodwin Barbara Gorham Carl Gosline James Grant Alfred Greeno Myer Green Marie Guyette Ruth Hale Ralph Hall Wilson Harper James Harrington Eileen Haskin Sarah Havern Louise Haynes Norman Heins Ione Herreman Sylvia Hewitt Ernest Higgins Kathleen Hoag Clifford Hollard Caroline Hollister Dorothea Hovey Harold Hubert Leona Huot Myrtle Ingraham VMartha Jacobs Sylvia Jacobs Marian Jarvis Dorothy Jarvis Harold Jenkins Phyllis Jenkins Lorraine Jennings Betty Jones Doris Jones Hilda Jones Alfred Joseph Sopkmores James Joubert James Kelly Catherine King Albert Kingsley Betty Kingsley Harold Kingsley VVard Kline Donald Knickerbocker Rudy Knickerbocker Norman Kudan Katherine Lal?-arge Mary LaGoy Philip LaRose Viola LaRose VVyman LaRose Francis LaRouche Harold Lebowitz Lillian Lemery Josephine Leone Ann Liddell Charles Looker Barbara Lowe Jeanne Lynch George Mace VVilliam McGarr James McElligott John Magee Gladys Mathews Edna Matterson Lillian Maxwell Do1'othy Maxwell Thomas Maxwell Thomas Meath William Meehan Henry Metzner Randall Millard Jean Millington John Mlonroe Edwin Morningweg Joseph Morrill Raymond Morris Wilford Morrison Claire Moynihan Eleanor Neale Eleanor Neilson Francis Nelson Mlarie Nichols Betty Nicholson Loretta Nobles Thelma Norton Harold O'Connor Helen O'Keefe Sidney Ordower John Oudekerk Anna Ouderkirk Donald Palmer Esther Palmer Lorraine Parsons Clarence Peno Forrest Peno Kenneth Perry Betty Pharmer Claire Prairie Marshall Pregent Rosemary Preston Homer Prevost Fred Prince George Putnam Eleanor Putnam Ruth Prouty Joseph Reynolds Gerald Rhodes Arthur Ricketts Marion Ricketts Arthur Richardson .loan Rivers VValter Roberts George Roode William St. John Thelma St. Pierre Jean Savage Ruth Sax Harold Scales Esther Schwartz Patricia Scoville Richard Severin Pete Sgorrano Israel Shapiro Betty Sharpe Shirley Shepard Shirley Shutliff Lillian Silverman Allison Silvernell Beulah Slater Alida Smith Delbert Smith Gerald Smith Jean Smith Vera May Smith William Snider Lillian Snyder Martin Soloman Philip Sovetts Clarence Spaulding Newman Spector Mildred Spitz Joseph Springstead Glenn Stevens Claire Steward Eleanor Storey Jerry Sullivan Norma Swimmer Evelyn Tefft Richard Thompson William Tidmarsh Mary Tacone Richard Tremblay Clara Tripp Ernest Vaissiere Edward V anDenbur Esther VanLiew Halsey VanOrman Carl Varney Ernest Viele Marcia Wadleigh Robert Ward Dorothy Wells Donald VVest Rita West Shirley West Gordon VVestfall Lois Westfall Betty VVetherel Fred Whan George Vifhitney Clinton Whittimore Agnes Wilcox VValter NVilcoX VValter VVilliams Ellen Wood Robert. Wood gh Clarence Woodward Raymond Wright Mary Yannici Q CHARLES CARSON HELEN CONKLING GERALDINE DOWDEN ROSE FEIGENBAUAI POLLY GARRETT La Pelzle' A flzkmce Directricosz BILLE. RENNER, NINE. NASH LISTE DE MEMBRES JACK GILDAY MARION GODFREX' MARILX'N GROEE JAMES LAXVRENCE VIRCZINIA BIACLATJGHLIN JACK ORTON JANICIC REED KENNETH SHELDON HIAROLIJ XVEAVER BARBARA XYELLS BRADFORD XYRIGHT German Club Advisors: MISS MARION BROADBENT, LXIISS XTIOLA B. REYNOIIDS Off'I'L'6l'8 President, FORD HEALEY Vivo-PI'cSidcIIt. . . BERNARD HEII,l'fZER rFl'C21SUl'l'1' . SCC1'Ct2l1'y . . GEORGE EASTLAND ScI'gcmIt-at-A MARY LOUISE ALLEN JOHN ALLEN FRANK ARNOLD JOYCE BATES BI.-XRGARET BURNHANI BIARION CLENIENTS ROBERT DIXVIDSON GERALDINE DOWDEN TED DUNN GEORGE EASTLAND GERTREDE G ILNIAN SANFORD HALL FORD HEIXLI'I1' BERNARD HIQI.l'1'ZI'IIi ERNEST HIGGINS CHARLES IQNOBLAKCII BRADFORD XYRHSHT SANFORD HxII l'1l1S . . Bl1L'l'ON PIRRER BARBARA LONVE HAROLD NOVITSIIY BILLTOX PARKER HARRY PKLVER LILLIAN SHARP SHIRLEY SENIELISIIY SIDNEY YVEIXER EARLE WEI.LINO'I'ON R 0iHdHZ. Hodzkrnz' COIISIIIOS: JOIIANNES GILDAY, BIARILYN CIROFF Aodilis: SANFORDUS HALL RVTH ALEXANDER F1I.XNCISCL'S ARNOLD IJOROTHICA BURNIIAM 11ARGARIi'1'.-X BERNHAAI KI.-XLCOLNILTS CHAMPAGNE BIARIA DEPAN ULLIITS IDURCHMAN JANETA ELLSXVORTH ROSA FEIOENBAITAI FRANCISCIIS FIELDS BERNARIIITE GOLDRERO Scribzl: CAROLVS IKNOBLATJCII IUOROTHEA GOODXVIN ARTHI'RI's HIRSCII DORIS JAMISON ELISABETI-IA JONES OLIVA KILI'ATRICIi HENRICES IXIETZNER HELENA Oqil-IIEFE J OHANNES ORTON LIILTO PARKER J OSEPHINA POTTER JANIX REED REVA YYAFFEE QIIz1cstOI': BIARIA LEOLIX ROSEBROOK RIQTII SEAIELISIQY FLORENTIA SHAPERA ISRAEL SHAPIRO GULIELMITS SHARROVV LILIA SILVERAIAN DORIS SMITH LILIA SNYDER BIARIA TOWXE J ENA XVALLACE DLX XVELLINLQTON SMITH OJ'j'iccrs President . . Vice-President . SCC1'0til1':X' . rF1'C2LSll1'61' . FRANK ARNOIID ABIES BARBER JAMES BATES JOYCE BATES RUSSELL BRAYTON RONALD CONDON JANE CONIILIN WVILSON COON EDWARD DISKIN Advis Sczmce Club First Term GRANT WILLIAMS PHILIP RIFENIEERG GEORGE EASTLAND CLIFFORD PHILO MEMBERS THEODORE EDDY WILLIAM FAIRFIELD LOUIS FEIGENRAUM CONSTANCE FLORO CARL GARDNER SANFORD HALL NORLIAN HEINS ROBER'1' HODOSON WILLIAM HUIBSON Or: MR. CLIFFORD BOSWORTII Second Term DONALD WVELLS, GEORGE EASTLAND BERNARD I'IELlTZICR CARLTON GITRLEI' RIXEBURN HITRD JO ANN IRISH BENJAMIN LORD STANLEY RIIIRRAY LORING PRATT ROBERT SCALES ROBERT SIDUR WILLIAM STOLIIAS ROBERT TUPPER Llbfllljf Club President: ELINOR NEILSON Vice-President: BETTY PHARMER Secretary: BARBARA LOWE Treasurer: JEAN CRANNELL PHYLLIS BARBER ROBERT BRILLING LORRAINE BUTLER PHILOMENA CARUSO MARY CHADWICK LORRAINE CHENIER JEAN CRANNELL ROBERT DEAN PEGGY FRASIER RICHARIJ Ci.-XRDNICR BETTY GILDAY BARBARA GORHAM BIIRIAM GROAT DOROTHY HAXR1' FORD HEALEY XKJIRGINIA JACKSON ROBERT LAPANN BETTY LAUZAN LIIILIAN LEMERY BIARY PISSARE I.EOI,A ROSEBROOK Senzbr Dfdmdflff Club Advisor: MISS SARA GABRIEL Ojficers President: JOSEPH BARNES TI'eaSuI'OI', NTIRGINIA AVERT SCC1'Bt211'yI J OTCE CHAPMAN VIRGINIA :XVERY .IEANNE BARBER JOSEPH BARNES BIARIAN BAUER CLIFFORD BEATTY DISRLENE CARR CHARLES CARSON JOYCE CHAPMAN C,'HARI,OTTE CLOSSON 3 I.-XRIE DEPAN THEODORE EDDY JANET ELLSVVORTH HUGH FENTON J ACK GILDAT ESTELLE GOLDAIAN BERNARD HELITZER ROBERT HODGSOX STANLEY BIURRAY ALMA OVERBAEII BETTIE PATTERSON RUSSELL PERRY BETTY ROBINSON VVANDA SIIEEHY ROBERT SIDUR POLLY SMITH SYLVIA T IIOAIAS LEO TRONIBLEY DOROTIIH' XVI-IITCOAIB GRANT XVILLIAMS President . . Vice-President, . GERALDINE ABARE VIRGINIA AVERY J DANNE BARBER MARION BAUER MARGARET BURNHAM JEAN BUTTLES DARLENE CARR JOYCE CHAPMAN RUTH DEAN RI.-XRIE DEPAN GIA!!! I-H Y Advisors, MISS ADRIANOE, MISS :REYNOLDS JEANNE BARBER Secretary . . ALMA OILRBAOH . JANICE REED T1'C2IS1I1'C1' . . MARION BALER MEMBERS DORIS DROUGHT JANET ELLSVVORTH ANNE FOLEY JEAN FRASIER EDNA HOOSE BETTY JONES DOROTHY LAXVREXCE VIRGINIA BIACLAUGHL ALMA OVERBAGH RUTH PEAEODY DOROTHY XVHITCOMB IN JANICE REED BETTY ROBINSON FLORENCE SHAPIRO DORIS SMITH POLLY SMITH CLAIRE STEWART MARY TOXVNE OLIVE KILPATRICK SYLVTA THOMAS DOROTHY XVELLS . ' I T ' x I n Boy Hz Y OFFICERS President: JOHN NIORRILL Vice-President . . DONALD SMITH Treasurer .... FREDERICK ROYAL Secretary , . . . JOSEPH BARNES Sergeant-Rt-Arrus . CHARLES BELMER Club Advisors: RAYBIOXD SAXON, WALTER ROBINSON MEMBERS FRANCIS ALLEN JOSEPH BARNES CHARLES BELMER DAVID CHASE JAMES COCLANIS ALFRED IJELSIGXORE LAXVRENCE DEIBOL-D LEROY IJEIBOLIJ THEODORE DUNN CARL ELLSIYORTII JACK GILDAY ROBERT HODOSON JAMES LAWRENCE CHARLES LOOKER WILLIAM LONG GEORGE RI,-ACE RICHARD JXIERRITT JOHN BIORRILL STANLEY RIDER.-XY JACK ORTON BRUCE XYILLSON WAYNE OVERBAGH RUSSELL PERRY FREDERICK ROYAL GLEN RYTHER RAYMOND RYTHER IQENNETH SHELDON DONALD SMITH PHILIP SOYETTS ROBERT SOVETTS LEO rFROMBL1CY -1 CMJ' Alhlelzb Clzgbl Advisorz ELEANOR FISH P1'CSilll'11t- . . DOROTHY LAWRENCE T1'011Sl1l'C1' . . IJAYRA SOUTH.-XRD SCC1'Ctil1'y. . DOROTIII'WIIITOOAIB Storvkocper. . . BIARION CLI-LMENTS GERIXLDIXE ABARE J EANNE BARBER BIARIAN BOVAIR BIARIAX CLEMENIS BLANCHE COCLANIS MAY IDEXVEY ESTELLE GOLDMAN EDNA HOOSE NIAR'I'HA JACOBS LORRAINE JENNINGS Assistant StO1'Gk0Q1DCl'I SHIRLEY SELIELISKY MEMBERS 1C'I'HEI,YN JONES BETTY IQINGSLEY ICATHERINE LABARGE I3OHOTHY LAWRENCE NAOMI BICGARR WINIFREII IYEALE Hl'1LEN OTKEEFE ICLEANOR CYNEII, :ALMA OVERBAGH HELEIQ PRIESTE J EANNE IX,-XINVILLE JANE REARDON ANNA SHIXE SHIRLEY SEIIELISIIY JANE SLAVIN BARBARA SMITH LAURA SOUTI-IARD CLAIRE STEXVART DORO'1'I'IX' XYHITCOMB E MWHUGMW THE SENIOR. DRAMATICS CLASS presents "Th ree? A Crowd " A COMEDY IN ONE ACT BY SARA S. MCCART'X' AND E. CLAYTON MCCARTH' Eddie Johnson, Junior . Madeline .... Ellen ..... Elmer .... Edward Johnson, Senior Stage Manager . Scene . . . Properties . . . Make-up . . House Manager . Student Director . . CHARACTERS Charles Carson . Alma Cverbagh . Bettie Patterson . . J ack Crilday . . . . Charles Belmer Scene: A PARK PRODUOING STAFF . . . . . . . . . Ford Healey . D. Carr, M. Leeson, R. Sidur, J. Chapman . . A. Foley, J. Barber, D. Whitcomb . A. Kilpatrick, R. Perry, E. Goldman . . . . The Dramatics Class . . . . . . . . . . Phyllis Mason . . . . . . . . . Virginia Avery Directed by Miss SARA GABRIEL Reading Reading Reading Vocal Solos Reading Reading Reading Piano Solo Reading Reading Senzbr Exprmzbn Reczml There Are Smiles ............. Stanley Murray Mr. Traver's First Ride . ...... . Jack Collins Seene from "Romeo and Julietl' ...... .loyee Chapman Cradle of Cold .... ....... Ouvre Tes Yeux Bleux .......... . . Gertrude Gilman The Blue Room . Virginia Avery Mzunmon and the Areher ......... lWilliam Fairfield Her Last Bouquet . ....... . Betty Robinson Chromatie lValtz . ........ . Mary DeMarsh A Seientifie Job . ............. . . Joseph Barnes .. Ring Lardner . Richard Harfling Davis Slmlfcspeare . Celtic Lullaby .Mrzssenett . . . . . . . . Alfred Rowbcwy Williams . . O.Henry . BermzrflB0lf . . Goflawl . I"m'fulr1y Keene A Mad Tea Party lfroin "Alieels Adventures in Wonderlundl'l . Leuis Carroll Darlene Carr Expression in eharge of Miss SARA GABRIEL l l i THE SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS "The Kzhg Rzkfey Byv i A MYSTERY COMEDY IN THREE ACTS BY LEE OWEN SNOOK CAs1' or CHARACTERS Edmund Dorset, Judge of thc Superior Deborah Winchell, Mrs. Dorset's I Court ........... Joseph Barnes H1909 --------4-- Alma Overbagh Hal Stanley, in love with Deborah . Frederick Royal Baroness Dorset-Daguerre-von Eschenbach, Judge Dorset's former wife . . . Betty Robinson Simmonds, CDukeD a butler .... Russell Perry Lorando, CLilJ a maid ..... Alice Kilpatrick Cecily Dorset, Judge Dorsct's second Valeria Dorset, her daughter . . . Virginia Avery wife ............ Jeanne Barber Cash McCord, a gangster .... Robert Hodgson Captain ROSS Wheatley, of the Aviation Stuffy, his henchman ...... Russell Brayton Corps ........... Charles Bclrner Katherine VVells, CKateJ at reporter . Darlene Carr The action of the play takes place in the North Shore suburban home of the Dorsets, near Chicago. ACT I. The Solarium. Monday at about midnight. The curtain drops momentarily to denote the passing of several hours during this act. ACT II. Scene I. The same. Tuesday, 2:00 in the afternoon. Scene II. 9:00 that evening ACT III. The same. Dawn. MUSICAL PROGRAM Capriccio in A ............ Haydn Minuetto for Flute from '4L'Arlesienne Theme from Piano Sonata in A ....., 7l lozart Suite No. 2" ............ Bizet Minuet from the Opera t'Don Giovanni" . llflozarl Played br David DQVOI Serenade from Uliine Kleine Nachtmusikl' . Flffozart Farandole from !'L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2" . Bizet Selection of Gilbert and Sullivan Two Guitars-Tosselli's Serenade Favorites ......... Sullviiufm-Seredy Festival March ........ Mendelssohn The Produaizbn Sidi Business Jlflcmagers GEORGE PJAS'l'IANIJ JOYCE CHAPMAN NI.-XRY LEESON MARION VVHITNIEY Slam: :J'IlZTL!1fjl5l', FORD I'IEALl'IY llmzsa Mfmrzger, PHYLLIS MASON Scenery Under the direction of MR. li. J. GRANT, MISS ELIZYXIRETH :YOVVLAN AND MRS. TOM ROGERS ROBERT CARLISLE CARL EILLSXVORTH VVILLIAM FAIRFIPILD RICHARD JACKSON ROBERT LAROSE BRADFORD WRIGHT Properties ANNE FOLEY, DOROTHY' WVHITCOMB, Co-Chairmen TVIVIAN ACKLHY MARION BOND RUTH DEAN M.ARY DEMARSH TERESA FLOYD EDNA HOOSE Costumes CARL GARDNER MARGARIET BRODEUR GEORGE BRUNINC HARRH' BERKOWITZ MARGARET CHAMPAGNE ROBERT COON ESTELLE GOLDBIAN LILLIAN SHARPE Lighting BERNARD HEIIITZER, Chairman BYRON LENNOX STANLEY MURRAY Publicity ROISERT SIDUR, Chairman CATHERINE DEER SHIRLEY DEHAIS VVILLIAM FAIRFIELD IQENTUCKY FRASIER BARNEY GAGLIARDI SUSIE HAEE PHYLLIS MASON ALMA OVHRBAGH PAUL PARSONS RUTH PEARODY ETHELYN JONES Ushers HELEN BYRNE JANE CONKLIN HELEN DEVOIC DOROTHY LAXVRENCE IQATHERI Make-Up J OYCE CHAPMAN SYLVIA THOMAS TED EDDY PHILIP RIFENBERG BARBARA SMITH EVERETT STEVENS SYLVIA THOMAS JANICE. WARE DORA GOLDSTEIN NE TIDMARSH The Senzor Orcheflro A First V1'ol'zfn, E Hzmkon AIIUJIISCTII, Cfoiicortniastoig Virgiiiia Dcliorsc, 'l'l1omnS Hzuuoll, Arthur Hirsoli. Ricliiml Russvll. Siclncy llvoinci' SoConf1Viol1'n- Hurolrl Wc-alvor, Priricipzxlg Betty liirclioiiougli, Willimu DeVol, Myer Green, Bynum Loliliox. .lmao lYet1uo1'0, Daisy Xlvitlir-1'Qll Viola - Rolwrt McNulty 'Vvllo - Al2ll'Q211'Cl l3u1'r1l1z1m, ESllll'1' Svliwziilz fl077lLl'!IZlllNN - .lc-am C1'2'lllllCll, Phillip Dc-lining First Fluff - llzivicl DOVol Sowoml Flufo - Pliyllis llzison, .lvssio Lowlzmcl First f7lm'1'120f-Rolnwt Lovolxuicl, lizirle Wvllingtou Nuxophonw - Cliurlcs Rico Ffzwz' TI'llI?I1JIlf- Harold Hubert Sorcoml Horn A Cllurlcs Mungor, Robert, Ward Tulm, - Toll lirlcly Piano - Row Fcigeriluiliim, lXlzl1'ily11 Ciroff, .lamice Roorl Conr1'ucfor-- Hr. Paul E. Borgau VIRGINIA AVERY MARION BAUER JEANNE BARBER LOUISE BRONNE MARGARET BURNHAM JEAN BUTTLES JANE CONKLIN HELEN CONKLING HAAKON ANTONSEN JAMES BATES RUSSELL BRAYTON ARTHUR DELONG PHILLIP DELONG PETE DONAHUE GM5' Glee Club JANET DANIELS MARY IJEBIARSH TERESA FLOYD ELAINE FRINK POLLY GARRETT GERTRUDE GILMAN BIARJORIE GINSBUBG ALICE KILPATRICK MARY LEESON ANN LOYD LIDDELL BARBARA LOWE CLAIRE BIOYNIHAN BETTY PHARMER JANICE REED PATSY SCOVILLE DORIS SMITH SHIRLEY WVEST Boys' Glee Club TED EDDY HUGH FENTON JACK GILDAY HAROLD HUBERT LOREN LIDDELL BENNETT WVILLARD JOHN BIORRILL STANLEY MURRAY JACK ORTON JOHN OUDERKIRK DONALD PALMER MILTON PARKER BRADFORD WRIGHT POLLY SMITH VERA SMITH MARGARET SUPRENANIT SYLVIA THOMAS GRACE VARNEY JEAN WALLACE BARBARA WELLS DOROTHY WELLS GEORGE PUTMAN CHARLES RICE KENNETH SHELDON HAROLD WEAVER EARLE W ELLINGTON CLARENCE WVOODWVARD x The Pzraley of Penzance Written by W. S, GILBERT -- Music by ARTHUR Si7LL1v.xx CAST Richard, a Pirate King . . . . . . John Morrill Samuel, His Lieutenant ....... . . . . Hugh Fenton Frederic, a Pirate Apprentice ...... . . . Ted Eddy Major-General Stanley of the British Army . . Arthur DeLong Edward, a Sergeant of Police ..... X . . . Gordon Streeter Mabel, General St-anleyls Youngest Daughter . . . . Polly Smith Edit.h, General Sta,nley's Daughter ..... . Gertrude Gilman Kate, General Stanley's Daughter ..... . Louise Bronne Isabel, General Stanleyls Daughter '. .... . . Virginia Avery Rut-h, a Pir atical Maid of All XVork ..... .... . Claire Moynihan A P P P GIRLS' eHoRUs s o o Marion Bauer - Janet Daniels Barbara Lowe Sylvia Thomas Margaret- Burnham Mary DeMarsh Janice Reed Grace Varney Jeanne Buttles Teresa Floyd Patricia Scoville Jean Wallace Darlene Carr Polly Garrett Beulah Slater Dorothy lVells Blanche Coclanis Marjorie Ginsburg Doris Smith Barbara lVells Jane Conklin Mary Leeson V era Smith Shirley W'est Helen Conkling Anne Liddell Margaret Suprenant Doris W ilsey BOYS' CHORUS Secretary, James Bates . James Balfour Francis Donohue Loren Liddell George Putnam James Bates Elliott Eldridge Jack Orton Charles Rice Millard Bennett Jack Gilday John Oudekerk Kenneth Sheldon Russell Brayton , Eric Hunter Donald Palmer William Stoukas Philip DeLong ' Ned Jones Milton Parker Earle lVellington THE ORCHESTRA First Violin: Haakon Antonsen, Concertmaster, Miss Virginia de Blasiis, Arthur Hirsch, Vir- ginia DeBorse, Richard Russell. Second Violins: Harold lVeaver, Principal, Myer Green, Thomas Hainell, Mr. Albert F. Smith. Cello: Miss Katherine Morehouse, Esther Schwartz. Contra Bass: Mr. Kent Rainville. Flute: David DeVol, Phyllis Mason. Clarinet: Robert Loveland. French Horn: Ernest Higgins, Charles Munger, Robert Ward. Trumpet: DuBois Elliott, Harold Hubert. Trombone: Clarence lYoodward. Percussion: Mr. Fred Randall. Pianist: Miss Giovannina de Blasiis. Assistant Accofrnpanist: Margaret Burnham. Librarians: Robert Loveland and Earle lVcllington. A PRODUCTION STAFF Music and General Direction ................ Mr. Paul E. Bergan Dramatics and Stage Director . ............... Miss Sara Gabriel Tickets and Publicity ......,.. Mr. Floyd D. Newport, assisted by James Bates Costumes ....................... Miss Eleanor Walker Art Designs and Special Art Posters - Miss Harriet Aiken, assisted by Harlan Beckwith, Irene Bigelow, Dorothy Dooley, Ralph Hall, Ethelyn Jones, Mary Joslyn, Godfrey LaLorde, Ber- nadine LaMoy, Jean Marks, Daniel Monroe, Helen Sebert, Barbara Smith, Eleanor Storey, Amelia Torchetti, Maurice V anOr1nan, Margaret lVelch Cover Design and Engraving . . ............... Margaret Champagne Scenery - Mr, U'alter Robinson, Miss Harriet Aiken, Miss Elizabeth Nowlan, Mr. Edgar J. Grant Lighting and Technical .................. Mr. J. Harry Helmer Make-up ............. Mr. Edgar Pitkin and Sophomore Dramatic Club Stage Crew ........ Charles Belmer, Charles Carson, Ford Healey, Bernard Helitzer Properties .... A ....r . . Miss Clara Martin, Mr. Sherwood Allen, Estelle Goldman Ushers - Jeanne Barber, Head Usher, Geraldine Abare, Joyce Chapman. Anne Folev Alma Overbagh, Mariel Port.er, Leo Trombley, Bradford XVright A U 7 Q Debate Club Advisor: MR. HAROLD LONG MEMBERS AMES BARBER CLIFFORD BEATTY HELEN BYRNE JANE CONKLIN RUTH DEAN RICH.ARD IDEBIARSH LOUIS FEIGENBAUM CHARLES IQNOBLAUCH ROBERT HODGSON DORIS JAMISON ETIIELYN JONES IRENE MCCOY RUSSELL PERRY LORINO PRATT BETTY ROBINSON GRANT WILLIAMS l w Commerczol Conley! The tenth annual Connnercial Contest of the New York State Business Education Contest Association was held at the Glens Falls High School on Saturday, April 26, 1936. Ten schools were entered in the contest, with a total of 31 teanis and 110 individuals. The contestants from Glens Falls were the following: Bookkeeping I: JHIIICS Balfour, Robert DeHais, Doris Case. Bookkeeping H: Henry Goldsniith, Lelancl Pierce, Helen Byrne. Shorthcmrl I: .lane Hilton, Helen Sebert, Leola Rosebroolc. Slzortlzanfl II: Kentucky Frasier, Jane Slavin, Shirley DeHais. Typing I: Rose Feigenloauni, Phyllis Mason, Helen Nason. l'0mmerf'1'rzl :ll'2AHZ7lZCf'1.CI Helen Beswick, Doris Case, 1Vy1nan l,aRo SC. Commercial Low: Robert Hanielin, Lillian Murray, Shirley DeHais. unzor Prom May Queen, BARBARA SCHOFIELD Atteindcmts MARIE DEPAN JANET ELLSWORTH Yincixiix MiwT,Au:HL1N GERALDINE DOWDEN OLIVE K1L1'iX'l'RlL'Ii JANICE REED Committee Chairmen General Chairman, XVILLIAM EVANS Decorations, JANICE REED Orchestra and E1ltim1't2li11l11C11t, LEO TROMBLEY Lights, XVILLIAM HUDSON Tickets, JACK GILDAY Cleanup, BRUCE XVILLSON Rofreshinents, FFIIICODORE DUNN Pubiim-ity, POLLY SMITH Rvccptiimm, JANET RLT,liWlJR'I'l1 Dance Card, Ii.-XTIILEEN BRODEUR L L l i A-fI'll.ETlC5 1 ,x 5? JW X s . K, N V fe' pgflilo Q u ,. f f Q' .SPIRIT OF FREE COMPETITION Football HENRY L. Hoxmx, Coat-li CHARLES BELBIER, Captain JOSEPH PASQUALE, Assistant Coaeli Im no PLTN ni 111111561 Greenwich . 0 Glens Falls Granville . . 0 Glens Falls Whitehall . . . . 19 Glens Falls Hudson Falls . . . 21 Glens Falls Scotia . . . 13 Glens Falls Saint Marys . 0 Glens Falls Fort Edward . 3 Glens Falls Saratoga . . 6 Glens Falls Baslfefball T1-Ioxms F. ALLEN, Coach Captain, Tllnononn Ennx' Captain Elect, JAMES COCLANIS Gloversville Salem . . Wllit-ellall . Allunni. . St. Marys Granville . Gleversville Hudson Falls Salem . League Games l OX'G1'l-l11lC Glens Falls Glens Falls Glens Falls Glens Falls Glens Falls Glens Falls Glens Falls . . Glens Falls Glens Falls Fort Edward Selluylerville St. lxl:!l1'Y'S . Granville . Saratoga . Hudson Falls Fort Edward Saratoga . XYl1ltel1all . Manager, ARTHUR BIEAD Glens Falls . . 37 Glens Falls . . Glens Falls Glens Falls . . Glens Falls . . Glens Falls . . Glens Falls . . Glens Falls . . Glens Falls . . -i y - 1 Hockey MR. CLIALAIERS XVICKVVIRE, Coach RICHARD SICVERIN, Manager HJXIIOLD RQWE, Captain February 8 - Keene Valley . . . 6 Glens Falls February 19 - Keene Valley . . . 2 Glens Falls February 21 - AlbanyAcade1ny . . 2 Glens Falls Swzmmzhg RALPH HOMAN, Conch CHARLES BELM1-:R, Assistzmt Coach ROBERT SCALI-is, Blzumgcr Gnonux-2 lil.-XSTLAXD, SCH FIDUL IC Decomber 21 - Alumni .... . 30 Cllcng Falls -l2lHUfl1'Y 11 - Dartlnoutll Frosll . . 60 Glens Falls .lzlnunry 18 - ManliuS . . 51 fllons Falls January 25 - R. P. 1. Frosh . . . 39 Glens Falls February 1 - Albany Avaclc-111y . . 47 Gln-ns Falls February 21 - Albany Ac-aclolny . . 43 Glenn Falls Captain 5 1i S ,A XY ,,. ee gf! 5 'L 4 I -P AS CTHFRS THEM Q K vw ' Ywof, if? E3 x f K xx Pl-m. RIFENBERQ ' M -- ED EDD' fi r yn A Z K 19 LW f GUESS X VX wno? KJ - Egfbg - . I V c?j-in EQ Huan FENTQ N mfg f J M -'14, 7 Ip?Q IQ -.. ' 'X A I I, Q A W1 I JAIL 1 l'J,,,Q,. , yfvff Em' JV 9' v ' " Q aa F A , , D V J' x 00 f 5 ls" ' - A s w ff- .- in 12 DORA vf L TOE Z A, Gow .1 BARNES ' H ' ' -1 9 , ,Y Y ' 5 'ik --- . eg fx 7 q x 4 W . XZ Q M ay May May May May June Track THOMAS F. ALLEN, Coach VIRfi1I1 ELLSW'ORTH, Captain HJXROLD SCALES, Manager 6 - 1Vl1itel1all . . 50 Glens Falls 13 - Alumni ........... 40 Glens Falls 16 - N. FI. Seetionals, Class B at Granville . 38 Glens Falls 20 - Fort Edward ...C ...... 1 8 Glens Falls 23 - flake Placid Meet ....... Glens Falls 6 - State Seetionals, Class B. at R. P. I. . Glens Falls Granville .......... X Glens Falls placed second. Glens Falls l l April April May May May M ay May May May May May May May June J uno 24 28 1 6 8 11 13 15 18 19 22 26 28 2 6 214 Leag Baseball CLIFFORD K. BOSWORTH, Coach DONALD BELLEW, Captain - Alumni .... - VVarronsburg . - qiFort Edward . - Saratoga . . - R'Whitehall . . - Hudson Falls . . - South Glens Falls . - Saint Mary's . . - South Glens Falls . - Fort Edward . - 3Hudson Falls . - Saratoga . . - t'?GranVille . . - Saint Marys . . - League Playoffs . ue Games ROBER . 6 Glens . 4 Glens . 2 Glens . 7 Glens . 3 Glens . . 15 ' Glens . 2 Glens . 4 Glens . 4 Glens . 3 Glens . 1 Glens . 3 Glens Glens Glens Glens 'I' HODGSIDN, lvlilllilfllfl' Falls High . . 10 Falls High . . . 16 Falls High . . 6 Falls High . . . 3 Falls High . . 2 Falls High . . 3 Falls High . . 10 Falls High . . 3 Falls High . . 2 Falls High . . 2 Falls High . . 3 Falls High . . 2 Falls High . . Falls High . . Falls High . . ' The .Prophecy Scenic: Ballroom of the lVhite House at Wvasliiiigton, D. C. Time: 9 :OO P. M. Your reporter, Phil Rifenberg, is the ace star newshound of the "National V' We are now inside. VVell, well, who is this taking our coats but Hazel Scripture, the oilicial check girl. VVe talk to her for a while and then leave, but we learn that many of our former classmates will be here tonight. I wonder whom we shall see. Marian Bovair is taking the coats of Ronald Condon and Jane Reardon, the famous reporter-cameramen combination who expect a scoop, but who will be disappointed to learn that two other "Gentlemen of the Press," Stanley Murray and Louis Feig- enbaum, are also here. Too bad. Tsk! Tsk! Here come the Secretary of Slumber, Carl Ellsworth, with the assistant secretary, Mildred Floyd. The secretary is accompanied by his four "Yes" men, Lawrence VVallaee, Everett Stevens, Silas Stockman, and Robert Hamelin, and also by his "No ' ' man, Jane Conklin. Well for the love of Morrill, there is Edna Hoose, well-known dress designer, famous for her pattern called "Hoosc Who." Unless our eyes deceive us, we also see Carl Gardner, chief electrician in the White House, and his assistant, Paul Parsons, who have recently invented an electric chewing gum which they say is really shocking. Alone at a table for two fdozenj, we notice four screen stars, Alice Kilpatrick, Jeanne Barber, Estelle Goldman, and Ruth Peabody with their escorts the present day heart throbs of the screen, Russell Brayton, the comedian, Dick Jackson, Russell Perry, and Robert Hodgson, chatting amiably about nothing Cwhich is probably their latest picturej. Everyone knows good old Wayne Cverbagh who has just come up. He is the one who recently starred in "Love Cn a Sardine" with Eata Fish. This room has many curves in it. In one of these, we are dazzled to perceive Helen DeVoe and Geraldine Abare, very well-known models. We saw them posed in a newspaper ad the other day with a cigarette in hand saying, "I just adore Camels ' ' CNeither smokesj. Suddenly, a hush falls, broken by a sudden blare of sweet music from the orches- tra under Maestro, Sid Weiner. By the way, there are other classmates in the orchestra: namely, Haakon Antonsen, Charles Rice, Harold Weaver, Eric Hunter, Phyllis Mason, Daisy Witherell, Thelma Ricketts, Jane VVetmore, Lucille Ellsworth, Gwendolyn Sanders, and Eva Borlawsky. The piece is one of the leader's own compositions called 'tOnly a Moonshiner's Daughter, But I Love I-Ier Still." A butler whom we recognize as Bernard Allen appears and announces in a deep voice, "The President." Can you imagine that? It's Joyce Chapman! VVith her are her ad- visor, Joe Barnes, and the Secretary of Aqua, George Eastland, and his assistant Secretary, Ruth Dean. Along behind follow the head of the I. C. U., Raeburn Hurd, and the head of the W. C. E. tWe Cwe Everybodyj, Charles Westfall. The President is a.ttired in a stunning gown of red, white, and blue, and she must beware, for someone is liable to mistake her for a flag and string her on a flagpole. Speaking of flagpoles, Catherine Deeb, the Fuller Brush saleslady, told me today that Lambert Dean has been sitting on a flagpole for ten years. Experts led by Henry Goldsmith The Prophecy agreed that in three more years he will be able to climb down on his beard. By the way, the President's gown was made by that much admired dressmaker, Margaret Champagne. As the President begins her speech, a commotion is heard without and George Liapes, Daniel Monroe, Arthur Mead, and Alfred Lockwood burst in. They were the noisest lads in the class of 1936 and twenty years has not enfeebled their vocal power. George is now running a hot dog stand and the other three help him. They received tickets to this affair because they named their latest dish "La Madame President Hash." The speech being completed, the dance begins. VVe wallflowers stroll to a corner and begin talking sports with the enthusiastic editor of "The American," Naomi McGarr. She tells us that pro-baseball's gain is our loss because Sarah Ackary and Dorothy Lawrence are becoming famous stars. NVe also learned that Helen Priest and Anna Shine are to battle each other for the tennis championship. Cn the turf Stanley Jones seems to have all the honors as the best jockey. It appears, from the conversation, that Eleanor C'Neill and Isabell Stevens are determined to take away the fancy skating title from Sweden in the coming Olympics. The industrial world is well represented to-night. VVe note Lillian Murray, the star stenographer, who, they say, can type 200 words a minute, Dorothy Schlaer, the buyer for the leading New York store, Lillian Sharpe, the official German trans- lator. We also have present the latest type of team. Isabelle Shippee, Evelyn Silverman, Susie Hafz, and Mary .Iacobs are a travelling secretarial corporation. If you are a farmer, they visit you periodically and clear up your troublesome business affairs in no time. We notice Francis Allen of the Don't You Worry Insurance Company with his partners, Byron Lennox and Byron Stoddard. Then there is the President of the Tel and Tel, Loring Pratt. We interviewed him but the Tel and Tel will tell nothing. We are glad that Donald Bellew has earned a place for himself in the business world. He is now known as "The Iron King." Next we stroll over to the bar. Imagine our surprise folks, to find the most popular figure in good old Glens Falls High, John Morrill, now the most famous bar tender in the country. Armeida Eastman, the blond waitress, tells us that someone is over in a corner and says that he knows us. We arrive to find that it is Iggy Williams, hidden behind a monocle and a very broad Boston accent. VVith him is the well-known lawyer, Sylvia Thomas, and two fellow socialites, Margaret Brodeur and Teresa Floyd. Hurrah! Here is the dance team, Don Smith and Barbara VVells. They are doing a special number called "Ch You Rascal." Here come the chorus girls, the pride of the show. They are Shirley Scmelisky, Dora. Goldstein, and May Dewey. This is their final appearance in the United States, for they have a new engagement in Alaska. For one hundred years the natives have tried to find something to stir this place up, and they think they have it in this chorus. Ben Lord, golf pro, and Cliff Philo are over there at a table arguing strenuously with Connie Floro, literary critic, concerning Cliff's latest book, "I Love the Ditch Digger." Connie writes under the pseudonym of Shandy VVeehy, a friend and ad- visor. The Prophecy Ethelyn Jones has a table by herself, for she is sketching one of the statues, Venus de Milo. She choose this one because there was not much to it. Bill Fair- field is sketching Don Wells, President of Wells, Wells, and So Forth Radio Com- pany. Don recently contacted with Robert E. Smith, foreign diplomat, in Europe by short waves. Smith is proud of his secretary, Katherine Deeb, but is afraid that someone will marry her. Barbara Smith, Thelma Farmilo, and Shirley Dehais are sitting at a table together discussing the 11ew modern art which they have initiated. It is really a stupendous achievement in the artistic world. Frank Arnold has suddenly become the center of attention. His jaw will not shut. Betty Robinson, speaker of the House, spoke out of turn and dared the famous financier to eat a leg of mutton, bone and all. He tried. He failed. He now has the mutton in his mouth and cannot swallow it. Is there a doctor in the house? There is. In fact, there a.re two, George Bruning and Bob Coon. His fellow finan- cier, Hugh Fenton, is also badly off. He laughed so hard that he swallowed his tongue and cannot speak. To Hugh, this is worse than death. At a table by themselves sit the Vice-President and the Secretary of the cabinet with their assistant secretaries. There are the Secretary of Gab, Ted Eddy, with his assistant secretary, Marion Whitney, Secretary of the Exterior, Phil Goldstein, with Virginia Avery, his assistant, Secretary of War, Charles Belmer, with his assistant, Marion Bauer, Secretary of Humor, Bob Sidur, with assistant Darlene Carr, Secretary of Rhythm, Ray Ryther, with assistant, Mary DeMarsh, and the Secretary of Males, Brick Wright, with assistant, Onnie Drought. The Vice-Presi- dent, Anne Foley, thinks the party dull, so they exit, to forget governmental cares. The band strikes up a hot tune, and we go outside to cool off. We are surprised to meet Katherine Tidmarsh, the registered nurse who took care of Helen Byrne, contributor to magazines, who was very ill. She slugged a fresh boy and broke two knuckles. Good old Harry Berkowitz appears and fills us with tales of the sea. He is in the coastguard with Barney Gagliardi.. They chased a rum-runner two years ago, killing the ship's cat. With him is Bernie Helitzer who is in the dress business in Noo Yawk. Believe it or not, there is David DeVol muttering to himself as usual. He has been trying to trisect a triangle for twenty years and says he 'll keep on trying till death do us bisect. p Now the Republican boss, Fred Royal, is ready to give the prizes. Binnie Over- bagh and Jack Collins receive the highest honors for their smooth dancing. Last year they were asked to dance at the ball of the King of England. Stanley and VVilson Coon received first prize for the best preaching of the year. Janice Ware is given the new Eastman prize for the best photograph. Gertrude Gilman is pre- sented with a silver loving cup, a tribute to her performance at the Metropolitan Opera House. Kenneth Sheldon is honored for his wonderful work in the late presidential campaign. Mr. Royal does not forget his corps of workers: Kentucky Frasier, Lena DelSignore, Elizabeth DeVoe, and Elsie Gleason received a trip abroad for their diligent work in printing campaign leaflets during the election year. Leslie Wood, Ford Healey, and Richard Gwinup are declared the best departmental clerks. Bob Carlisle, Luther Wallace, and Robert LaRose are given a bonus of 3500 for their The Prophecy willing service as White House chauifeurs. Dorothy Whitcomb, Jane Hilton, and Jane Slavin are awarded prizes for being the most pleasant social secretaries in the White House. Mary Leeson is presented with a medal for the best stage scenery that has ever been seen on a New York stage. Humble workers are not forgotten. Marian Palmer, Iona Nickolson, Mary Joslyn, and Dorothy Reynolds received a special vacation trip for their ellicient service as maids during the visit of the European dignataries. Vivian Ackley and Beulah Conkling are awarded little gold statuettes for eliticiency in nursing. Boy, look at the prizes. It's really too hot. I'm going out again. Yowee, what's this? Dick Merritt, the animal trainer! He gave me a scare for a minute. Can you imagine walking around a corner and meeting a couple of lions. Dick has them on a leash. His engagements are more numerous than snow-flakes in a storm, but Marion Bond, who is his eflicient and trustworthy secretary, keeps them all in line. Look who's over there. It's the housekeeper, Adelia Chadwick, with an enormous bunch of keys, busily supervising. New that I think of it, those waitresses look familiar. They are none other than Victoria St. John, June Copeland, Eileen Green- field, and Mildred McCormick. Over in the corner I now recognize Gladys Acker and Marion Godfrey, tiinidly selling cigarettes and candy. Indeed, what have we come to? Well, well, all I can say is 'tAll's well that ends well." . d r .ffl -4 ,IL . I - 14' The Class Wil We the Class of '36 Three feet wide and five fcct six Give our possessions, maybe twenty-six, To the Juniors and Sophomorcs who act like six And to the school built in '76 VVe, the Senior Class, leave: I 1. To the school, a dance floor with Guy Loinbardo's orchestra for dancing after basketball games. 2. To Lincoln and lYashington who reside in the auditorium, upholstered chairs, for the poor fellows have been standing a lot. 3. To the Juniors, glass doors between N and O, so they may see what the other hawlf is doing. But remember, people who live in glass houses should pull down the shades. 4. To the school in general, clocksg first they whisper, then they shout, and then they apolo- gize for waking t.he inmates up, and we also bequeath eseulators. XVelll esculator if you get them. ' 5. To the Junior Class, free subscriptions to the American Observer so that Miss Adriance will be saved from getting white hair at an early age. To youse guys and youse gals we bestow the following gifts: 1. John Morrill's drag to Chuck Carson, who from all reports doesn't need one. 2. Tibby Thomas's winning way with the teachers to Bettie Patterson. 3. Jane Conklin's permanent. wave to Clive Kilpatrick. Hair! Hair! 4. Isabel Shippey and Dick DeMarsh's constant companionship to Doris Smith and Harold Rowe. 5. Alice Kilpatrick's blase sophistication to Barbara Schofield. 6. t'lggy" iVilliams' uncanny ability to wrap himself around any desk, any where, any time to Jack Gilday. 7. Bernie Helit.zer's idea that stooge is a crowd to anyone who feels able to carry the torch. 8. Joe Barnes's and Jeanne Barber's executive ability to Bill Evans and Janice Reed. 9. Bob Hodgson's Hauptrnann haircut to Larry Diebold- Will he burn! 10. Ted Ecldy's profile to Leo Troinbley-for he nose. 11. Da1'lene Carrls and Ginny Averyls cumbersome braces to Marie DePan, who scarcely needs any more.-You said a mouthful. 12.1 Tibby Thomas's and Betty Robinson's inseparable friendship to Jean Buttles and Janet Danie s. 13. Brad iVright's Cassanova Complex to George Mace, the Romeo of the Junior Class. 14. Dora Coldstein's reputation as class flirt to Hilda Jones, but remember, Hilda, gentle- men prefer blondes. 15. Dot Lawrence's outstanding school spirit to the undergraduates. 16. Stan Murray's lightning-like retort.s to Johnnie Bullard. 17. Charlie Belmer's hideous orange shoes to some junior who can stand it to wear them. 18. Wayne Cverbagh's "Red Sails in the Sunset,'l ears to you, to Bruce Wilson. And finally, upon the future seniors, we the distinguished class of 1936 leave the hope that you carry on with the same zeal and spirit that we have in our cherished months as high and mighty leaders of the student body. To the faculty we leave the wish that the future seniors will measure up to this graduating class in scholastic ability, in service, and in successful under- takings. Thereby ends this last Will and Testament of the Class of 1936 - signed and vouehed for by the following witnesses: Eeeny, Meeny, Minney, and Moe. . ' . ,, , -- - i- 1 -- -1 - - -- Al f i-gf, ao 1927065533 ZS Q 1 V 1' fl y' i I " X Q,,'klAe.lnglrl Sclnool Sevuorg fl DhlGaVlVlg'lZl115,ouRlNoYnl?- D0 hevebg leavetlfus mqggagz Tov lrkose vvlno wax l amd Noam!! 2. oh-we remember clearly, 'Wav Paw-lzhaf, wal Kedtha hall. We lavghecl and Shlcxered mwardlmj But will mss illem af-'llevallll 5' we all were Rather meek somehow wkevltof-Me oglnce Sent. gut bl vstered lnvd ana l'x2OY'tll ?" 'Q tv nh Q Uv o,. 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Tow. sow 'rrbe :my wall mme when ygv wn.1.n.ncewIsE Henvf A snow AND cdLL To MIND 1'HosE HAPPY DAYS :N UEAR OLD GIENS FANS Hugh!! gf- ' '25 ' TJ 2 5, 0 E -3 "vY- N, mv' S -IT I H. 7 "" -arf" -. ....... . V S a 9 :O ,O .Oligo ,O so :Q QQ 47 :O -O X i . N' : 1 t I , , , n if 7 5, 1 ' T1 if ' 1 N 7. -E5 E UEE mm 3, ' ' ' f .JE A iw Q F3 13 1 ,, 5 ii fy EL f- W? QF + 'BE M N 5 ' . - ' 7 -1. y Z Q ' U X I En 12. 1 um m 'E A 4 " S B55 5 V 1 my 511 Q xx - mga sx E Q o rl 'Q id d v " 4 - El Q K x X I A ? If NL sg M W -: S s -- - F I ' 'o I ' 0 I 2 N 1, ' - 7, . n , W Ill 1 5 1 - , ' ,: Q - ,glg l fgll 1 :.!i"E an g - -pl -'T5!?f55 e' , 5: :wg hm' all-'J ai ls lgll h6,fW4Q?ZZf .Q ' T E - Y sf. ' , " ' f a , f , , 3 T 57 H 'Y -g L . THE SAUTER STUDIO PHOTGGRAPHS and PICTURE FRAMES 124 GLEN STREET GLENS FALLS, N. Y Boy meets Girl at Glens Falls High School W'hen romance becomes serious ir brings up Lhe question 12nd most importantj of where to find a "cottage small by xi waterfall." Of course, GRlFFIN,S may be a little previous, but they could, if asked, supply Everything for the home - hut the girl " hips that pass in the ni ht" I N the insurance bus- i f iness the attainment MW of a ripe old age by a A ""i'A company indicates that Ap it has been well found- F . Af. ed and well managed A C -that it has kept its house in such order that it has been able to pass through all the major trials to which a company may be subjected. The Commerce Insurance Company points with pride to the fact that it was or- ganized in 1859-that it has seen conilagra- tions, hurricanes, depressions, wars and panics come and go without having its iinancial structure impaired. Past transactions of the Commerce have been without stain. It has always been con- servative. It is a sturdy and sound company -one in which an agent may place his busi- ness and his faith without fear that his con- fidence will be violated. The seventy-seven years which have elapsed since its organization prove that the Commerce, with its emblematic ship, is not one of those "that pass in the night." INSURANCE COMPANY Glens Pulls, New York INDEMNHY COMPANY Glfm Falls. New Ynrlr Glqm hilt, New York C0 ERCEI UHANCE CU. 7716 .7Vew FOWLER'S 0 f GLENS FALLS is now ready to serve you with comprehensive selections of fine merchandise . . . As has been traditional with FOWLER,S for the past 67 years, QUALITY will be the keynote of every item in every department. You are cordially invited to come in to inspect our new varieties and We promise you will be well rewarded for your time. FOW'LER'S, IN 130 GLEN STREET GLENS FALLS McMullen f Leavens Company QINCORPORATEDJ 03' Shirtmakers 033' S1 Lawrence Street GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK F01I7'I!?l!'ll 1857 d iff' Y LBA Y BUSINESS 3'Ei1iIiIf!l'f2 I I ,Aw Illllgl COLLEGE If ' '-2-LT 'Gigli II , f If offers to High School graduates an advanced business training of college grade. The ABC plan of balanced education resulted in 391 new positions in 1935 thru the Employment Department. There are also many extra-curricula activities. Senior Courses Junior Courses BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PRIVATE SECRETARIAL EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL GENERAL CLERICAL SALES MANAGEMENT BOORREEPING ACCOUNTING SHGRTHAND For 1936 bulletins, call at the new College Hall, or address Prentiss Carnell, Jr., Director of Admissions, 126-134 Whsliington Avenue, Albany, New York A School of Higher Business EdlIl'llfi071 School Printing Professional Stationery Wedding Announcements Are Leading Specialfies APPROPRIATE PRINTING FOR ALL PURPOSES IS OUR EVERYDAY BUSINESS We Are Now Selling Genuine Engraved Wedding Work at One-time Prices of Printed Weddixigs-See Samples TI-IE BULLARD PRESS 20 MAPLE STREET GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK , a le Iii lik? " THE QUEEN SBURY COFFEE SHOP WONDERFUL FOOD Well Served THE FINEST ICE CREAM IN TOWN PRICES IN KEEPING WITH THE TIMES' Remember: SCHOOL DAYS WITH GOOD SNAPSHOTS DEVELOPING - PRINTING - ENLARGEMENTS SHANGRAW' S PHARMACY H. B. LAMBERTSON VEGETABLES - GROCERIES 25 SANFORD STREET OPEN SUNDAYS 2 9852 G F N Y LET US BE KNOWN BY THE MERCHANDISE WE SELL Knabe Pianos R. C. A. Victor Radios Conn Instruments Frigidaire Refrigeration We lead with the leaders BRAYDON 86 CHAPMAN Everyfloivzg in Hoe Music Line 104 GLEN STRFET GLENS FALLS N Y AMES CHEMICAL WORKS -1 JoHNW1LEY's WALK i OVER BOOT SHOP The Store That . Congratulates you on completing another Features U step up the ladder to fame and fortune. Bass Moccasins Danil Green Slippers May thls be an lncentlve to greater k . . Meefrmgs acluevements, and result 1n a deeper ap- Cortieelli Hosiery Kali-sren-iks preclatlon of the Worth-While things and Dr. Posner's of life. Shoes for Children 13 WARREN GLENS FALLS PosT CoMPANY Publishers and Printers THE PosT- STAR QLIORNINGD Uh CEI ZF 11 El' QEVENINGJ Master Craftsuien in the Art of Printing J. EDWARD SINGLFTON ARTHUR P. IRVING L. CALKINS President and Secretary and Manager Treasurer General Manager Printing Department I ,,,, , ,, , I The Beautiful N ew FRIGIDAIRE WITH TI-IE METER-MISER meets all 5 standards for Refrigerator buying 1. Lower Operating Costs 2. Safer Food Protection 3. Faster Freezing - More Ice 4. More Usability S. Five Year Protection Plan See Them at Our Display Rooms FINCH, PRUYN 86 CGMPANY "Hz'c'rylbi11g fo Build flnyibing-F lir' I fo Heal Il4Fr'igidain' I0 Cool ll" Dial: 2-2161 27 Glen Street INSURANCE SERVICE OF ALL KINDS CARSCDN INSURANCE AGENCY ROCMS 421-422 INSURANCE BUILDING TELEPHONE 2 -1077 Hudson Transportation Company, Inc. GLENS FALLS, N. Y. Tlarouglo Bus Service Between GLENS FALLS, ALBANY, TROY AND SCI-IENECTADY Running Time-Two Hours Chartered and Special Busses at All Times 2-5113 -Phones- 2-5331 Compliments R d J li t . . . George Nl. Alexander Ivijjioariiiiofllfeiiive Contractor and Builder LOWS Labomis LOS' ' ' Much-ado-about Nothing . Merry Wives of Windsor As You Like It ..,. Shakespeare Dick and Isabelle . . . Helitzer . Jeanne Barber . . Ted Eddy . . Sid Weiner QQ Jane Conklin and Barbara Wells Comedy of Errors ..... Stan Murray 42 Grove Avenue Glens Falls, N. Y. The TCmPe5f - Alice KilP3UiCk Miss Gabriel fafter practicing Senior playj-You donit act affectionate enough, Bob. Come down to see me first period tomorrow. Miss Wentworth-Now, take a piece of paper and write a title of an essay similar to this one, "If I Were Senator Borahf' Please put some thought on this. Stan Murray fbrightening upj-I got one. "If I Were Clark Gablef, Estelle Goldman frushing into Room OJ-How fast is our clock slow? West-Will your folks be surprised when you graduate? Fall-No, tl1ey've been expecting it for years. DIAMONDS XVATCHES JEWELRY SILVERWARE PENCILS FOUNTAIN PENS CLOCKS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO REPAIRING Jeweler to the Senior Class of '36 of Glens Falls High School SIDUR'S JEWELRY SHOP 2 Ridge Street Next to J. J. Burns Newsroom LEGGETT DRUG CO., Inc. 137 Glen Street Glens Falls, New York s1cKRooM NEcEss1T1Es PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED Agents for Page and Shaw, 'Wbitmazfs and Dzmmd's Candy PAINTS - SEEDS - GLASS SUGGESTIONS FOR GRADUATION GIFTS-Pen and Pencil Setsg Watches, Pocket and Wristg Shaving and Toilet Setsg Coty and Yardley Perfumes and Cosmetics FULL LINE OF MAX FACTOR'S PRODUCTS 1. E. SAWYER ac COMPANY LAWN MOWERS GARDEN HOSE GARDEN TOOLS - PAINTS, VARNISHES HARDIWARE PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES 44 72 GLEN STREET DIAL 2 1207 GLENS FALLS N Y "The Store of Cheerful Service' MERKEL 86 GELMAN, Inc. 13 6-138 Glen Street Glens Falls, New York AN INTENSIVE COURSE IN SI-IORTHAND AND TYPING, BUSINESS ENGLISH AND OFFICE PRACTICE, is offered by THE ADIRONDACK BUSINESS SCHOOL 508 ROGERS BUILDING, GLENS FALLS, N. Y. Since September, 1934, We have registered twenty per cent. more students than in any similar period before, and all are high school gmduates. Write for a catalog, or call to make a personal inspection of our facilities. WILLIAM B. CURTIS, Principal I-IALL' S ICE CREAM I-IOSLER ICE CREAM COMPANY, INC. TELEPHONE 2-4927 - GLENS FALLS, N. Y. Foley Brothers Wfc' Curry a Full Line of u Bosner's Iewelry Store Foss, Cynthla Sweets and Whitman's Candies BANK SQUARE Meet Your Friends at Our New Soda Founta 116 GLEN STREET DIAL 2-S612 COSTUMES gifs Scenic and Lighting Effects for MINSTRELS AND MUSICAL SHOWS EVERYTHING FOR THE STAGE FROM ONE HOUSE Semi for our Illnxlruted Catalog TheHoolcerfHoWe Costume Company 46-52 South Main Street-Box 391 Haverhill, Mass Compliirieizts of The Sanitary Market Quality Meats and Groceries -- Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Free Delivery Service PHONE 2-9810 ROCKWELL I. WEBB 93 BROAD STREET In Glens Falls Ifs SCH1NE's RIALTO THEATRE 41,5-'X DIAL 2 2145 WE CALL AND DFLIVLR "We Clean From a Glove to a Rngv LONG ISLAND CLEANERS AND DYERS STATE THEATRE BLDG., 21 WARREN STREET GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK RIDGE BOOKSHOP 5 Ridge Street Books - Cards - Gifts Fine Writing Paper - Fountain Pens Cornpliinents of DeLONG'S DAIRY C0l7ll7ltlll6lZfS of the Sacandaga Electric Supply Co., Inc. FORT FDW ARD, NEW YORK CELOTEX for Building Modernizing - Decorating Insulating CELOTEX for interior Hnish has many distinct advantages: 1. Attractive appearance. 2. Easy application 3. Insulation - keeps heat out- side in summer and inside in Compliments of C arlisle' s Food Store ERNEST R. CARLISLE Winter. 4. Subdues noise. CELOTEX is the ideal board for transforming Q3 waste attic and basement space into recreation rooms. Such improvements cost little and in- h 1 f l . mm t e va ue 0 your mme Corner LaRose and Sherman Lal ns lake meamzrcnzmflx and qzzolc you ' l ns Falls .Y. Kendrick 86 Brown Go. G e ,N GLENS FALLS, N. Y. DIAL 2-3184 R I G I-I T ? for GRADUATION GIVE A GRUEN WATCH Beautiful styles and a priceless reputatio for accuracy. Come in and see our c fully-chosen selections of Gifts. Free! - To Lucky Girl and Boy Graduates A WRIST WATCH-See giant watch on display in our Window. Your name is on the watch. ROBERT'S JEWELRY SHOP 6 WARREN sT. GLENS FALLS, N. Y. Glens Falls Rubber Stamp W o rks Established 1 8 8 9 G3 TELEPHONE: 2-2735 10 Warren Street Glens Falls, New York :- Good Values Always GAS CIE ACCESSORIES WASHING GREASING Duets Service Station 28 BAY STREET GOODYEAR TIRES and TUBES - XVILLARD BATTERIES Telephone 2-2915 Glens Falls, N. Y. CAPONE'S SHOE REBUILDERS We Call for and Deliver Dial 2-1716 16 Exchange Street Glens Falls, N. Y. S1-ICDES T1-IAT ARE DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT MODERATELY PRICED KQHN BROTHERS 119-121 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. ECONOMY STQRE 89-91 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y DUTCH CREAMERY Real Home Made Ice Cream Largest Selection of Flavors in Town Telephone 2-9877 Purlux Laundry Scientific Laundry Service We Guarantee All Colors, Silks and Woolefzs WHEN THINGS LOOK BLACK, CALL 2-3294 115 Park Street Paul F. Diebold, Prop Complimelzfs of The Commodore Restaurant 14 Warren Street Glens Falls, N. Y COMMERCIAL AND SOCIETY PRINTING GLENCRAFT PRINTING COMPANY Szfczzfioneify Embossed or Printed Rogers Building Glens Falls, N. Y l DETROIT SUPPLY COMPANY Automobile Replacement Parts and Accessories Phone 2-3104 and 2-3105 39-41 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N. Y Compliments of A F riencl M. LAPHAIVPS SONS SPORTING coons TRACK, BASEBALL and TENNIS EQUIPMENT 186 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y Loomis and Robertson Esfablishcd 1852 IN s U R A N o E Phone 2-4418 JoHN P. LooM1s EDsoN SOMERVILLE HARRY THEBAULT Covnplifments of D a i s y D ai r y Vogue Beauty Salon 106 Glen Street Telephone 2-1460 Compliments 0 Adirondack Dairy MILK DISTRIBUTORS Glens Falls, N. Y. Queenshury B eauty S ho P Zotos and Jamal Machineless Permanent Waving DIAL 2-3614 Mrs. Herbert Morehouse, Proprietor Hotel Queensbury, Glens Falls, N. Y. Miller Bros. Garage Go. Dealers in BUICK, PONTIAC GENERAL MOTORS TRUCKS KENDALL, the 2000-Mile Oil Phone 2-1103 28-32 Maple Street C011zp1i11rze11fs of 1. 1. o'CoNNoR ICE COMPANY Buy your next pair of Shoes ' from Van, The Shoe Man 11lQ Ridge Street SHAPERA BROS. Good Clofbcs for Every Man Crandall Block Glens Falls, N. Y l3lintflVlaclClen Drug Co. The Pf'6'5C1fil7fi0lI Sfmfc' Crandall Block, 176 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. Kiley's Pharmacy P. E. KILEY, Profvrivfor 53 South Street Glens Falls, N. Y. Meet Your Friends at Smith's lVIen's Shop ROGERS BUILDING Bay and Maple Sts. Glens Falls, N. Y. IACGB SOLOFF Drugs PHoNE 2-9624 169 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N. Y. Colitzplilfizelffs of Derhy's l-lome Bakery The Cranclell Flower Shop Try Our Quality Flowers Mmlcrnfely Prifcil DIAL 2-1 184 2 Harrison Avenue Glens Falls, N. Y. Casey 86 l-lealy News Rooms l68 GLEN STREET 47 SOUTH STREET Newspapers and Magazines Cigarettes, Candy and Tobacco Greeting Cards - Pipes ALEX FRUIT SI-IOP 7 WARREN srituirr I f I If Grows, We H aw I t Arthur Nl. Morrissey CERTIFIER WATCHMAKER AND PACKARD CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH HUPMOBILE and STEWART TRUCKS Telephone 2-4114 Mott' Frasier Corp. AUTOMOBILE SALES - SERVICE 39 Park Street Glens Falls, N. Y. for Books, Stationery, Cameras JEWELER Wfall Paper, Window Shades Corner Warren and Glen Streets GO To Glens Falls, N. Y. 85 XXZAIT Swiss Wrist Watch Repairing Our Specialty 122 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. " 4 V l LMM, Feigenhaunfs Cleaning Service Three-hour Service 3 Fulton Street Phone 2-1723 Queen City Bakery Broad Street, Glens Falls, N. Y. Iiafccrrx of Pure Pompernickel and Rye Bread I-I. B. 86 I-I. M. Parks Dealers in FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN, SEEDS, FERTILIZER, Etc. 220-224 Maple Street Glens Falls, N. Y. VANITY SI-IOPPE MISS LECHLEITER All Bruurbex of BEAUTY CULTURE Dial 2-5713 150 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Complimelzfs of Northern Cleaners and Dyers Coinplivnemfs of Queenshury B a r lo e r S h o p I-IYMIE , The Tailor Ladies' and Men's Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, Repaired, Remade SUITS MADE TO ORDER We C1111 and Deliver 10 Warren Street QUpstairsj Telephone 2-2869 Glens Falls, N. Y. Pa le y mae y Bechgyn Cymreig yn prynu eu Yn Store yr HET FAWR Wrth gwrs. Barely, Wilson 8: Root, Clothiers and Gent's Furnishers. Y mae yno Cymro yn bared bob amser 1 weinyddu ar ei Gydgenedl. In 1892 when C. V. Peters of C. V. Peters Company was a salesman at Fair Haven, Vt., his employer told him to write an ad. The above is the exact reproduction. It was his first attempt, written in the language spoken in Britain before the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons.


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Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 1

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Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 1

1939

Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

1945

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