Gloversville High School - Oracle Yearbook (Gloversville, NY)

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H Q. i' .sw ' ' .W 1.1m .1 ' ' K' ' K -qgwxpua 1 Aw- Aug-eminem' 4: ' is V!-Y in M EE is ...M NVOLUAIIQ 35, NL'A4lSl'2R l GI.OVliRSVll.l,Ii, N. Y. j U N I5 , I 9 3 9 UNH l'Jo1.1.,xR ,xxn Txvr:x'1'x'-l"n'r: CEN Plan Com' The Graduating Class of Gloversville High School my p me ORACLE WH gf N t I-I ine een undrecl and Thirty-Nine IN HONOR 0 Lawerence Allen Miller Not for one successful football yearg not for a dozen successful football yearsg but for seventeen years of serv- ice to Gloversville boys in helping to build better bodies and better men. DEDICATION . ADMINISTRATION . Board of Education Faculty . . . SENIORS . . Roll of Honor ACTIVITIES . . Student Council . Oracle . . Senior Play . Felicita . . Debate . Orchestra . Choir . . Husky Growl Band . Library Club SPORTS . . Football Basketball . Baseball . Track . Tennis . Golf . . Girls' Sports . Cheerleaders . UNDERCLASSIVIEN ADVERTISING . CONTENTS Page 5 7 . 8 9 . 17 . 18 . 39 . 40 . 41 . 42 . 44 . 45 . 46 . 47 . 48 . 49 . 5 0 . 51 . 52 . 54 . 55 . 56 . 57 . 58 . 59 . 60 . 61 . 68 Administration Board of Education From left to right: Mrs. Everett Putman, Benjamin F. Dennie, Harry XV. Langworthy, Superintendent of Schools, Arthur Ii. Severn, Clerk of the Board of Education, Mrs. Maurice Tygart, Judson Zimmer, President of the Board, Dr. Harry C. Denham, George M. Curtin, and Burt Z. Kassong Board Memberx, Hallock C. Alvord and Judson L. Beebe were absent when picture was taken. lug Aww BPfR'f H. CRANDALL Principal B. s., Illinoisg M. A., B Columbia RAI,PH O. WIGGINS Vice-Principal . C. S., New York University Miss LEILA M. ALLEN History B. S., State College MISS JANET M. ANTHONY History A. B., State College Mus. ANNA J. BLRNLR Study Hall State College MRS. ANNA K. BRAQIQ M atlveriratics, - Chairman B. S., State Collegeg M. A., Columbia , ,VHF HUGH BROVVN English B. S., Harvard Miss ADA H. BUSSE Mathematics A. B., State College 1f67'l JOSEPH J. CHECK Librarian A. B., Hartwick, B. S., Columbia MARS. DOIKOTHY B. 1 CLARK English B. S., Simmons EUGENE F. CONANT Science A. B., Union, M. A Harvard Miss EINIAIA E. DicvP:NnoRF Vocal Music B. S., M. A., New York University CARINIELLO DIGIOIA Commercial B. S. aC., State College Miss CATHERINE M. DRURY Commercial B. S., State College ARTHUR FERGUSON History, Chairman A. B., State College, M. A., Columbia MRS. IDA K. FINEHOUT Mathematics B. S., State College Miss EVELYN A. FRENCH Physical Education Courtland MRS. VALENTINE R. GLOCKNER Music B. S., Columbia, Juilliard School of Music Aammwwww IJICLAND S. GR,fxv1cs Ifzsfrzmzevzml Music Troy Conservatory M ISS ELVA M. HALL:-:N BECK C lerlc twelve MRS. I,lcoNA F. HlNC1Kl.I'1Y French A. B., Syracuse M iss FSH 1 I-:R M. jomfts E vig! ish A. B., Mount Holyoke joux I,A'rsHAW English A. B., Oberling M. A Columbia Mus. FINA V. Lockwoolm Fl'C'7lUh, Chflll'7llKl7l A. B., State College Miss FLORENCE LOVFN HEIM Commercial A. B., Smith, B. S Simmons, M. A., Columbia M Iss KA'I'H LEEN E. IVIERRITT C lerle A. B., Wellesley LAWVRENCI-I A. lVlILLI-ZR Physical Education B. P. E., Springfield MRS. MYR'r1.E M1'rcHl-t1.'rR1cE English A. B., Rochester MRS. Roslt K. NUDELZXIAN C orrzmercinl A. B., State College Miss lXflARGARET K. PARSONS English, Clmirmarz A. B., Oberlin ,. ..., f . wr , .1 . m... MRS. BE'l'SEY A. RIJISISON Commercial B. S. C., State College HowARn B. Rom Art B. S., New York Universityg M. A., Columbia fourteen MRS. ANN A. SHANKLAND Clerk M :ss EVIQLYN E. STEM PFLE Latin A. B., Bamardg M. Columbia A., Miss RUTH TEFFT English A. B., State College Miss NELLIB TYRRELL Home Economics B. S., State College ANTHONY A. V AI.AcHovIC Vocational B. S., St. Lawrence AIRS. MILIJRI-in U. VICKICRY Science B. S., Cornell STEPHEN A. VICKERY Science, Chairman Pd. B., Albany, B. S., Syracuse Miss JENNIE WEAVER Commercial A. B., Syracuse, B. C. S., District of Columbia College Miss DORIS E WRIGHT Commercial Plattsburgh MRS. CHARLQTTE LANSING History A. B. Vassar ' was Seniors M""""'5m, 'lu The Roll of Honor For outstanding service to their high school, for interested participation in the affairs of high school life, for the ability to maintain a scholastic record placing them in the first fifth of their class, the Oracle inscribes the names of Elizabeth Green, jean Grover, john Mahoney, and Gerald Procita, on its Roll of Honor. JEAN GROVER JOHN MAHONEY GERALD PROCITA ELIZABETH GREEN eighteen lvlAlJEl.INE ABDEI,I.A 140 East Boulevard Girls Sports lg Home lieonomics Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Felieita 2, 34 Senior Play Committee. They are all, all nzadg I came from a world of mad women, mad as March hares. lklARGARET Al.DRll1H 466 North Main Street Choir 1, 2, 3, Girls Sports Zg Senior Play Committee. She sits tornzenting every guest, Nor gives her tongue one moments rest, In phrases batter'd, stale and trite lVh1ch modern ladies call polite. RICHARD ALLEN 14 NVoodside Avenue Silence is a virtue. FRANK AA1B'Rosr:t:H1A 423 South Main St. Husky Groxvl 1, 2, 3, Oracle 1. 2, 3. One picture in ten thou- sand, perhaps, ought to live in the applause of mankind. SAMUEL ANIRSTEIN 15 Market Street Track l, 2, Senior Play Committee. Learning makes a good man better and a bad man worse. Lou,v ARBIB 141 Fast Boulevard Girls Sports 1, 2. I have not so great a struggle with my vices, great and numerous as they are, as I have with my impatience. Bizrrv ARs1s'rRoNc: 59 Steele Avenue Choir 1, 2, 35 Oracle. Truth, when witty, is the wittiest of all things. CARI. ARMs'rRoNu 6 Delaware Avenue Football 1, Z, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. Pygmies placed on the shoulders of giants see more than the giants themselves. El.iNoR ARNCJI,IJ 8 Lark Street Girls Sports 1. All is not butter that comes from the cow. josevnixri Auriuo 74 Fifth Avenue Usher for Operetta, flflunfs the word, NELSON AVERY 57 Second Street Basketball 25 Baseball 2. Could I love less, I should be happier now. HOWARD Bekczi-:R 74 Kingsboro Avenue Debate Club 35 Senior Play Committee. There are more things on heaven and earth, Hora- tio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy. 'Sf VERNIA Buss 76 South Judson Street Husky Growl Ig Horne Economies Club lg Senior Play Committee. Beauty is the first present nature gives to a woman, and the first it takes away. lVlARlLYN BLOOD R. D. 1, Johnstown Fall Outdoor Club 3. 'Tis the- farnzer's care That makes the Held bear. IRENE BLUM 16 Oakland Avenue Girls Sports 1, 2. The strength of twenty nzen. twenty JULIAN BORN 49 Spring Avenue Music History Prize 3. Great souls suffer in silence. AI.MA BRENNER 45 VVashington Street Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 1, 2. 'LO this poor brain! Ten thousand shapes of fury are whirling there, and reason is no more." HUBEK'f BROWN 72 Forrest St. Debate I, 2. l live an idle burden to the ground. RoisERT BROVVN 38 Forest Street Senor Play Committee. lVee, modest, criinson- tipped flower. lJORIS BUNN 58 Helwig Street Girls Sports 1, 2, 33 Home Economies Club 1, 2, 3. The greatest truths are the simplest. CJOURTLANIJ BURNHAINI 441 North Main Street lntra-mural Basketball 1, 2, 3g Football Manager 2, 3g Golf 3. He is a soldier, fit .to stand hy Caesar and give direction. l I ERNEST CIAIRU 24 Newman Street Track lg Band l, Zg Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3. Life is rendered nlost agreeable by alternate oc- cupation and leisure. JOSEPHINE CAIIRKJ Z4 Newman Street Choir l, 2. She makes a solitude and calls it peace. ISLNTICR CAMvo 260 lQast Fulton Street Art niay err, hnt nature cannot nziss. Q CHARI.ES CAR'I'r:I,I, 117 Spring Street Hasty and adventurous schemes are at first vzefw ftattering, in execution difficult, and in the issue disastrous. lxlARIO CA'rAFFo 240 South Main Street Baseball 35 Football 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 29 Sophomore Vicc-Presi- dentg Student Council Z, 3g Student Council Treas- 'urer 2g Oraclcg Senior Play Cast. Love makes fools of us all, big and small. PHILIP CATANZARO 56 East Pine Street Senior Class Vice-Presi- dentg Senior Play Com- mittee. "Though this be madness, yet there is method tn it." lvl,-RRY f:l0lflfI 5 Orchard Street One cannot know every- thing. FRIILIJA CI.AlR 54 Steele Avenue I envy no man that knows more than myself, but pity them that know less. lVlARl1i CLANCY 9 Maple Avenue Girls Sports lg Choir 1, 2, 33 Home Iieonomics Club 2, 3, Senior Play Committee. A maiden never boldg of spirit so still and quiet that her motion blushed at herself. FRANK KIIIICNIICNTE 36 Burr Street Scholarship, save by ac- eident, is never the meas ure of fl,7lId7Zl5 power. JIQNNIIF: CI,EMI:N'1'r: 18 NVest Street Orchestra 1, 2. Beauty, like truth and justice, lives within usq like virtue, and like moral law, it is a companion of the soul. 'I'lII-:Russ CLHMENTE 18 YVest Street Girls Sports 1, 2, 3. I recommend you to take care of the minutes for the hours 'will take care of themselves. CA'l'I4riRINt: c:l,ll-'FORD 94 lfast State Street If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it from him. LIIIIAN Com 119 Fremont Street Girls Sports 1, 2, 3. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evi- dence of things not seen. lxlARlI.I,YN COLE 16 Prospect Avenue Student Council lg Choir 1, 2, 3g Horwitz Con- test 3. IVhy should the devil have all the good tunes. Sw -:vim wwf: iz.-zz1uQzrm:.:xax. 1mmftmsffIz,sunfexe:.a nsIasamf.aea.I1e. iX'1A1u' Co1,l,lNs ' 8 Montgomery Street Choir 1, 2, 3g Girls Sports 3g Fcliclta 39 Senior Play Committee. God never made anything so beantifttl as a nlan. lVlAR1I.YN CONOVER 68 North Arlington Ave. Girls Sports 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 1, Z, 3, Fe- licita 2, 3. The defects of a preacher are soon rpzed. A"lARIONI Coouzx' 72 Vllells St. Band 1, 2. Cl.AY'1'oN CooN 138 East Fulton Street Hall' dnst, half deity, alike nnfit to sink or soar. RICHARD COSSELMAN 109 Division St. Ambition is not a 'vice of little people. Elma Cox 7 jay Street Girls Sports 1, Z, 3g Hus- Only the heart without a ky Gfowl 21 Band 21 39 stain kno-ws perfect ease. Ofchmtfa 3' twenty-two The hand that follows intellect can achieve. HAROLD CRISPIN 140 VVest Fulton Street Baseball 3. Fnll nlany a fiofwer is born to blush nnseen, and 'waste its sweetness on the desert air. ANTHONY' CROCETTA 5 Walnut Street' Bowling 1, 2. W'hen nature, being op- pressid, connnands the nzind to suffer with the body. Doms CURTHERS Extension Steele Avenue Girls Sports 2. O happiness of sfweet re- tired content! To be at once secure and innocent. GEORQZPI CURTIN 117 South Main St. Track 1, 2, 3g Senior Play Cast. To live is not to learn but to apply. Douornv DAILEY 26 Lark St. The fworld's great nzen have not contnzonly been great scholars, nor its great scholars great men. EDVVARD DALMATA 8 Grove Street Baseball 1, Z, Bowling 2g Basketball 2. I dare do all things that nzay become a rnang IV ho dares do more is none. EvI2I.YN DANIELS Bleeker Stage Home Economics Club 23 lfclicita Club 2g Prize Speaking lg Choir 1, 2. A 7lld7Z,.1' real possession is his rneniory. In nothing else is be riela, in nothing else is lae poor. VIVIAN DAVID 98 Spring Street Girls Sports lg Felicita 1, 2, 3g Choir 2. Tlae blushing beauty of a rnodest nzaid. jAcK DEGRAND 18 East 12th Avenue junior Class Presidentg Senior Play CommIttee. Ala! bagipy years! once rnore fwlao would not be a boy! FIAINI: Demos 41 Montgomery Street Felicita 1, 25 Band 1, 2 Orchestra 1, 2. Man is the circled oale 'woman tlye zfvy. GEKJRIEE IJENNIE 8 Kinsboro Avenue Baseball 1, 2. Discord: llldkt? tlse sweet- est airs. fl.-XRNIEN ljEpASQUAI.E 7 Dean St. Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Choir 2, 3. Sentinlentally I anz dis- posed to lvawnony, but organically I ani incapable of a tune. Rov DIeRocc:o 18 Cottage St. Track 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 3g Senior Play Commit- tee. The sweetest garland to the sweetest nlaid. AU'1'II.IiJ D12 RosA 35 North Arlington Ave. Efeerytlaing that is exqui- site laides itself. MAIIII1: lll-IRRICO 7 XVoodside Avenue Shorthand Contest 1. There are a fe-w young 'wornen in existence who have not tlae power of fascination, if they but choose to exert it. ADDIE DE SANTIS 69 Third Avenue Girls Sports 1, 2, 3g Stu- dent Council 2. A 100711617171 noblest station is retreat ILLEANOR DIzvI2RI.E 11 East State Street Girls Sports 2, 3. But fwlsat is fwornan? Only one of Tltllllfffvi agreeable blunders. SHIRLEY ANN DICK 126 Grand Street Girls Sports 1, 2, 39 Band 1, 2, 35 Husky Growl 2. Slie is not made to be the admiration of everybody, but tlae laappiness of one. ys Isermaexnt JAMES DI lxflARCO 143 East Fulton Street Intra-mural Basketball 1, Z, 3g Track 2. FT07lI l,Lf7IOTt17'lCL' DHT C0711- fort flows, The only wretched are the wise. RosE DIMEZZA 152 West Fulton St. She hath a natural wise sincerity, a sinzple truth- fulness, and these have lent her a dignity as nzoveless as the center. TI-IEI.IvIA DIMoND 402 South Main Street Girls Sports 1, 2, 3. Still people are dangerous. ELAINE DOREY' Z2 North VVater Street Silence is not only newer thirsty, but also never brings pain or sorrow. MARIE DOREY Z2 North Water Street Girls Sports 2. "A nzan's a nzan for a' thatf' DORIS DovEY 243 South Main Street Choir 1, 2, Felicita 2, 3. If you know how to spend less than you get, you have the, philoso- pher's stone. twenty-four' HELEN DOWNIE 26 Monroe St. Flowers spring up un- sown and die ungathered. LENORA DUCLO 121 Bleecker Street Felicita 2, 3. The noonslay quiet holds the hill. DONALD DUNHAM 24 Monroe St. Most nzen have nzore courage than efuen they thernselfves think they have. EDWIN DUNN R. D. 1 Beauty is a frail good. JANET DURAND 9 Burlington Avenue Hope is such a bait, it covers any hook. ERNEST EDWARDS 231 South Kingsboro Ave. Orchestra 2, 3. Energy and persistence conquer all things Enrrn l'iI.NlENDORF 25 WVood Street Felieita Club 1, 2, 35 Stu- dent Council 1. The blushing beauties of a modest maid. EMMA ERCANBRACH 22 Park Street Girls Sports 1, 2, 3. It is easier to be mistaken about the truth than the beautiful. Dokorm' ERNST Bleeker Stage Silence is golden. LRNA EVANS 35 Fox Street Nothing at tinzes is more expressive than silence. RUTH Eviaiuzsr 31 Sixth Avenue Felicita Club 1, 2, 3g Latin Club lg Girls Sports 25 Senior Play Committeeg D. A. R. Award 3. There are some silent people who are more in- teresting than the best talkers. ANNA FAGAN Extension Easterly St. Girls Sports 2 IV hat a heavy burden is a name that has become too soon famous. josuvn FAGIANI 82 Broad St. llAI,PH FARINO 7 North Main Street A lucky man is rarer than Baseball 1, 2, 39 Growl 1, a 'white crow. LAMESE FARHART 182 First Avenue Girls Sports 1, Z, 35 De- 2g lntrn-mural Basketball 2g Basketball 3. How 50717 .VLUCCI 7lIH.S'iC ii. jicfw FARRr:l,L 117 Spring St. Girls Sports 1, 2, 3. bate Club l. But fate ordains that dear- If thou desire to be held fwise, be so 'wise as to hold thy tongue. AIILLICENT FARHART 127 Kingsboro Avenue est friends must part. RosAMoNn FAiuusl,l. 85 XVashington Street 'Tis deeds must win the Oracle 3. Prize' The chronicle of wasted time. e -' DOROTHY FEAR 167 North Arlington Ave. Girls Sports 2, 3. It was Greek to me, JANET FERNADEZ 28 Lexington Avenue Felicita 1, Z5 Choir 1, 2 Immortal longings in me MILDRED FONDA 10 South Main St. Felicita Z, 3. Smiles are the language of lofue. gg , JANE FORD 30 jay Street Home Economics Club 1. IfVhat succeeds we keep, and it becomes the habit of mankind. CATHERINE FRANK 2 East State Street Home Fund Essay Con- test 2, 3. Silence is deep as eter- nityg speech zs shallow as time. LZSTHER FRASCATORE 7 Maple Street There lies peril in thine eyes. HEl.EN CEARVVATOSKI 41 VVestern Boulevard We cannot all be masters. LORRAINE GEISLER 20 Fifth Avenue Girls Sports lg Husky Growl 1, 2, 35 Choir 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2, 3. The lady doth protest too much, rnethinles. Lois GIDDINGS 59 East Eighth Avenue Better a little chiding than a great deal of heartbreak. MARY GIFFORD 61 Temple Street Girls Sports 1, 2. My nzan's as true as steel. CHARLES GILL 28 Highland Terrace Track lg Baseball 3. Ambition should be made of sterner stuff. ELIZABETH GODRIJAN Extension Steele Avenue Home EC. Club 1, 2, 3. No padlocles, bolts, or bars can secure a maiden so well as her own re- serve. JOHN GRAVES 21 Prospect Avenue Band 1, 2, 3g Qrchestra 1, 2, 3, Track. In laboring to be concise, become obscure. ELIZABETH GREEN 101 Kingsboro Avenue Girls Sports 1, Felicita 1, 2, Husky Growl 1, 2, 35 Choir 2, 35 Oracle. Goodness heightens beauty. LETA GRIFFITH 78 Grand St. They who are pleased themselves must always please. JEAN GROVER 296 North Main St. Girls Sports 1, Husky Growl 1, 2, 3g Choir 1, 2, 3, Felicita 2, Student Council 2, Senior Class Secretary 3, Oracle Busi- ness Managerg Senior Play Cast. The intellect of the gen- erality of wornen serves more to fortify their folly than their reason. Donor:-:Y HAI.I.ENBECK 34 East State St. Husky Growl 1, Felicita 1, Senior Play Commit- tee. Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and lowg a good thing in a wornan. Riel-:Ann HATHAWAY 113 Kingsboro Avenue Football 1, 2g Basket- ball 1. Drinking water neither makes a man sick, nor in debt, nor his wife a widow. HELGA HELLING 373 Bleecker St. Sorne 'villain hath done nze wrong. RHOBA HEMENWAY 27 Beaver Street Husky Growl 1, 2g Choir 1, 2, 3. Though I look old, yet I ani strong and lusty for in rny youth I never did apply hot and rebellious liquor. XVESLEX' HEMENWAY 37 South Kingsboro Ave. Band 1, 2, 3, Senior Play Committee. Heaven ne'er helps the nzan who will not help hirnself. RICHARD HERDMAN 53 Forrest St. Brisle talkers' are often slow thinkers. ESTHER HILLY 97 Washington St. None preaches better than the ant, and she says nothing. RQBERT HIME 6 Alexander Street Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Choir 35 Horwitz Vocal Contest 2, 3. I will speak daggers to her, but use none. BARBARA HINE 9 Spruce Street Girls Sports 1, 2, 33 Fe- licita 1, 2, 3g Husky Growl lg Student Coun- cil 3. The way to gain a friend is to be one. WINIFRED HODGES 28 VVOodward Avenue Felieita 2, 33 Choir 2, 3. Marriage is a desperate thing. JOHN HOLLAND 51 VVoodside Avenue Three fifths of him gen- ius, and two fifths sheer fudge. MOI,1.IE HOLLENBECK 215 South Williams St., Johnstown Felieita 1, 2, 3g Senior Play Committee. D0 you know a young and beautiful woman-who is not ready to fiirt-just a little. DORIS HOLLOWAY 177 Spring St. Men have lost their reason. RUTH HOLLY 73 Prospect St. Commercial Contest 23 Senior Play Committee. Diligence is the mother of good fortune. Douormf HCILMES Band 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 33 Senior Play Cast. Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her in- finite variety. ELSIE HUBATSEK 20 West Eighth Avenue Felieita 13, 2, 33 Choir 1, 23 Senior Play Committee. Friendship is a sheltering tree. CHRISTINE IAVARONE 21 Fourth Avenue A long, long kiss, a kiss of youth and lofue. DONAI.Il F. JOHNSON Mayfield Football 2. There is a pleasure in being mad. IRMA JOHNSON 13 McKinley Place Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him. ROBERT JOHNSON 5 East State St. Football 1, 2, 33 Basket- ball 23 Golf 1, 2, 3. Let me tell the world. Q twenty-eight i ADOLPH ROBERT JUNG 64 Grand St. Football 15 Student Coun- cil 2, 3. 'Tis my maxim, he's a fool that marriesg but he's a greater one that does not marry a fool. lVlARVIN KOBEI. 6 Eagle St. Husky Growl 1, 2, 3g Choir 1, 29 Football Man- ager 23 Senior Play Com- mitteeg Oracle. Man is an animal that cooks his fvzctuals. DONALD KOBUSKIE 25 North Boulevard Tennis 1, 2, 3g Senior Play Committee. A poor, infirm, weak, and despised old man. jonN KONIK 36 Park St. It is by presence of mind in untried emergencies that the native metal of a man is tested. FRANK KoNYsz 72 Park St. Choir 1, 2, 3, Husky Growl 1, 2, 35 Oracle. A jester, a bad character. ELSIE KUNZ 45 Woodside Avenue Girls Sports 1, 2, 3. O thou weed! ALBERTA KUss 23 Alexander St. Girls Sports 1, 2, 3g Stuf dent Council lg Husky Growl 1, 23 Felicita 2, 3g Oracleg Senior Play Com- mittee. We ought to consider the end in everything. THELMA KUTSCHER 22 Pleasant Street The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. DoNAl.D LAROW'E 67 Sixth Avenue Baseball 1, 2, 3. The beautiful attracts the beautiful. JEAN LEYYARN 203 VVest Fulton St. Fclieita 1, 2, 3g Citizen's Prize Speaking 33 Senior Play Cast. Maids 'want nothing but husbands, and 'when they have them they 'want everything. AflARlE LOCATELLI 32'-Ielfers Street Felicita 1, Z, 3. Health and cheerfuhzess make beauty. SALVATORE LOMANTO 6 Curtis St. Football 1, 2, 3g lntra- 1 mural Basketball 1, 2, 3g Baseball lg Senior Play Committee. Talkers are not good doers. Mir , 3, JOHN NTAHONEY 9 Fifth Avenue Track lg Football Z, 33 Senior Play Cornmitteeg Vice-President of Student Council 3g President of Student Council, 4. The intelligent have a right over the ignorantg namely, the right of in- - strneting them. LANORA lVlAR'I'IN 16 Elmer St. Husky Growl 1, 2g Girls Sports 35 Senior Play Committeeg Oracle. The game is up! ROGER MARTIN 43 Washington St. Football 23 Baseball 2. Every inch a king. FRANK lVlAR'l'ORELl,I 37 Broad St. Class OHicer 1, 2, 3g Or- chestra 1, 2g Track 3g Senior Play Committee. Stolen kisses are always sweetest. JOHN MATTHEWS 19 Fremont St. Senior Play Committee. It is fortune, not wisdom, that rules man's life. RAYZNIOND MERCER 18 Orchard St. Uracle. I agree with no man's opinions. I have some of my own. LEVVIS lVlERRILL 109 S. judson St. A parlous boy. ELMA MILLER R. D. 1 Poor harmless fly. CHARLES T. MILLER 257 Kingsboro Avenue Baseball 1, 2, 3g lntra- mural Baskctball lg Senior Play Committee. Great men never require experience. ARTHUR ATONTANO 11 North VVater St. Foul play! MARTHA lVlON'I'0NEY 6 Alexander St. "Kiss" rhymes to "bliss in fact, as well as verse. RICHARD MORGAN R. D. 1 It takes a great man to make a good listener. sv RICHARD Moksa 46 Pearl St. Baseball 1, 2g Tennis 33 Senior Play Committee. Man delights not meg no, nor 'woman neither. Doms MORTIMER Mayfield W'oman is the glory of man. ESTHEZR MYZAL 57 VVcst St. Husky Growl lg Choir 1, 2, Senior Play Commit- teeg Oracle. Heaven lies about us in our infancy. ALFRED NAISH 30 Woodside Avenue He 'wears the rose of youth upon hinz. NAOMA NAISH 106 VV. 8th Avenue Girls Sports 1, 2, 3. Oh, the spells that haunt the trembling tate a bright-eyed maiden tells. lLRNas1' NEJANIE 136 Blceekcr St. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Base- ball 1, Z, 55 Senior Play Committee. lf you 'wish to avoid see- ing a clofwn you must first break your looking glass. AN'1'HoNY NICOSIA 3 McKinley Place Football 1, 2, 39 Senior Play Committee. The leiss you take is bet- ter than you give. Roiieur OAKSFORD 3 Helwig St. Knowledge advances by steps and not by leaps. AAARY PAPA 103 South Judson St. Choir 1, 2, 3, Girls Sports 25 Senior Play Commit- tee. Oh! Flutter me. ANN Pack 8 Helwig St. Girls Sports 1, 3. How 'wonderful is man! joim Paeokmo 45 Beaver St. lntra-mural Basketball Z3 Baseball 1, 2, 3. W'hen I was at home, I was in a better place, but travelers must be content. LENA PEl.1.r:L:iuN0 28 VVest Eighth Avenue Girls Sports I, 2, 3, Cheerleading 1, Z, 35 Hus- ky Growl lg Felicita 1, 2, 3. Silence has been given to 'woman the better to ex- press her thoughts. ' ima- ' wi lx'lARY PENCHEFF 60 Second St. Every man is a fuolume, if you know how to read him. DORA PERHAM 339 Bleecker St. Silence is a true friend 'who never betrays. WALTER PERRELLA 13 Washburn Street No laborer is hopeless. MoRRis PERSON 36 Eagle St. 'Tis no time to talk. MARY PETTER 160 First Avenue Choir lg Orchestra 1, 2. Music is the universal language of mankind. RAYINIOND PLUMADORE 22 Burton Avenue A Corinthian, a lad of nzettle, a good boy. thirty-tfwo LE E GR.ACE POLITSCH 243 Bleecker St. AUDREY PUTMAN 79 E. Fulton St. Choir 3. Band 2, Senior Play Com- Faithful found among the mittee- faithless. Fortune favors the bold. ANNETTE POSTMAN 119 East State St. Senior Play Committee. The tocsin of the soul- the dinner bell. GERALD PROCITA 79 Grand St. Debate Club 1, 2, 3g De- bate Club President 35 Husky Growl 1, 2, 3g Husky Growl Editor 2, 35 Oracle Editor, Student Council 2, 3, Student Council Treasurer 3, Sen- ior Play Castg Second Prize in Citizen's Prize Speaking Contest 33 Lit- tauer Speaking Contest 1, 2, 3. His better doth not breathe upon the earth. Romeo RENZI 24 VVest St. Football 1, 2, 3, Senior Play Committee. That crafwling insect, 'who from mud began, 'warmed by my beams, and kindled into man! BERNicE Ricci 77 Orchard St. Choir 1. I have no other but a fwomaifs reasons I think him so because I think him so. FRANCES RossE1.LE 221 Kingsboro Avenue Girls Sports 2, Senior Play Committee. Old fashions please nze best. STANLEY RUMBERG 35 Almond St. Tennis 1, 2, 3g Husky Growl 1, 25 lntra-mural Basketball 3. He will give the devil his due. CLARK RUSS 32 East State St. Tennis lg Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 1, Z, 33 Track 2. 3. Cndgel thy brains no nzore about it. EVERETT SANBORN 19 Kent St. I ani a man fwhonz fortune hath cruelly scratched. LUELLA SCHERMERHORN Mayfield Silence never nzakes any blnnders. RICHARD SCHERMERHORN 76 East State St. Baseball 1, 2, 35 Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. Woe is nie! EMMA SCHRECKER I3 Easterly St. Girls Sports l, 24 Cheer- leader 2, 3. Ah nie, how 'weak a thing The heart of 'woman is! RICHARD SCHREIBER I2 Temple Street W' hat manner of man is this? XVILLIAM SCHNVANINGER Z4 VVest Eleventh Avenue lntra-mural Baseball 23 Track 3g Senior Play Committee. IV hen a man seenzs to be wise, it is vnerely that his follies are proportionate to his age and fortune. Doms SHERMAN 10 Alexander St. Debate 2g Choir 23 Senior Play Committee. IfVhen you doubt, abstain. HENRY SIEBACH 37 Engle St. Tennis 23 Choir 2, 3. Not so hot! GEORGE SILVERS 88 North St. Cheerleading I, 2, 3g Stu- dent Council lg Husky Growl 1, Z, 3g Citizen's Prize Speaking 2g Lit- tauer Prize Speaking.3. A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse! PAL'l.lNPI SIROVICA 25 Kent St. Girls Sports 1, 2, 3g Choir 1, 3. From little spark may burst a mighty flame. SIIIRLRY SKIFII 88 Grand St. Past hope, past cnre, past help! FLORENCE SI.RT:zIsR 58 Wlalnut St. Choir 1, 2. Men 'shnt their doors agamst a setting snn. BI-:A'rRIc:i1 SMITH R. D. 1, Johnstown Felicita I, 2g Husky Growl 3, Oracle 3, Senior Play Committee. Pnt ont the light. FRED SMITH 25 Allen St. Tennis 1, 2, 3, Intra- mural Baseball I, 2. A good 'wit will make nse of anything. JUNE SMITH 14 Bloomingdale Avenue Girls Sports 1, 25 Choir 1, 2. Music, rather than, poetry, shonld be called "the happy artf, thirty-four LEoNARII SMITH 143 WVells St. Basketball lg Football 29 Baseball 1, 2. Allis 'well that ends well. PATRICIA SMITII 105 VVest Fulton St. Class Secretary lg Senior Play Cast. Pee seen your stormy seas and stormy women, And pity lovers rather more than seamen. DIANIEI. SPIQIQR 143 Bleeckcr St. Track 1, Z, 3, Football 1, 2, 3. Love can make ns fiends as well as angels. H owARII STANTON Sixth Avenue 62M Tennis lg Debate 1, 2, 3g Debate President 2, Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, Husky Growl 1, 24 Student Council 1, 25 Citizen's Prize Speaking Second Place 2g Senior Class President, Littauer Prize Speaking 2. IVhat he hath seanted men in hair he hath given them in wit. AMELIA STEIN 8 Easterly St. Choir 1, 2, 3g Horowitz Contest 3. Ilflnsie is nothing else but 'wild sounds czwlzzed mto time and tmze. CARxIEI.I.A SToFFoI.ANo 52 Orchard St. Home Economics Club I, 2. lVe cannot fight for love, as men may dog lVe shonld be fwoo'd, and not made to woo. 1 CLARENCE STREETER 56 Temple St. I was no gentleman born. BETTY SUITS' 121 Fifth Avenue Girls Sports' 1, 2, 3g Choir 1, 2, 35 Felicita 1, Zg Ora- eleg Senior Play Coml mittee. Knowledge is folly unless grace guides it. josi-:PIIINIQ SZIQNIOVVSKI 11 Park St. Girls Sports 1, 2, 33 Choir 1, 2, 3g Felicita 3. IVhat ardcntly 'we 'wish 'we soon beliefee. K.A'fHI.EEN TARc:osINsKI 20 XVest St. Choir 1, 2, 3g Home Eco- nomics Club 2, 3g Oracleg Senior Play Committee. The niost nsefnl is the greatest. AUDREY TARMEY 89 North' St. Girls Sports lg Felicita 2, 3. Gravity is a kind of qnackery. lVlAGDAI.lNE TASHEFF 5 3 Forrest St. Girls Sports 1, 2, 3g Hus- ky Growl 19 Choir 1, 2, 35 Felicita 1, 2, 3g Cheer- leading 1, 2, 3. A soul as fwhite as heaven. VlRKiINI.A TASIIEFF 53 Forrest St. Girls Sports 1, 2 ,3g Fe- SYI.vIA TONEY 15 XVashburn St. Girls Sports 1, 3. licifa ls 2- 39.Ch0if 1, 2- 3s She hath eaten nie out o Cheerleading 1, 2, 3. bow-L, and home' The two noblest of things which are sweetness and light. lVlARK TEETZ 62 Saratoga Boulevard Baseball 1, 2. FRANKLIN 'IOPLIFF 121 Fast State St. Band 2, 3. This bold had nzan! The noblest nzind the RICHARD TEETZ best contentment has. FANNIE 'FRANIANTANO 6? Saratoga Boulevard 2 Fruit St. Track Ig Football 1, 2g 'Tis neither here nor lntra-mural Basketball there. - 2, 3. He thinks too nmchg such nzen are dangerous., mrfe.: I1 f GERA1.Di:4t: TU'rT1.r: 19 Spruce St. The religion of hurllavzity is love. JEAN' VANBUREN Mayfield Courage is, 071 all hands, considered an essential of high character. SYLVIA VANVRANKEN 4 XVheaton Avenue Girls Sports I, Zg Home Economics Club l,'2, 3. The soul never grows old. thirty -six ISIAE.-XNOR XVERINIILYEA Caroga Lake Road Far from the gay cities and the ways of men. .ARIHAND X'7ERTUCCl 130 Grand St. Football 1, 2, 3g Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. The prpletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win, lVorkers of the world unite! MARY XXYISCUSI 9 North VVater St. Girls Sports l, 2, 39 Hus- ky Growl l. I hear a charmed life. lfmxcizs XVARD 254 liingsboro Avenue I am sick at heart. BURTON XVARNER Mayfield Baseball l, 2, 39 lntra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. Light is the task when many share the toil. IVJOROTHY WVAY 50 Pearl St. lfelicita 1, 2, 3g Choir I, 2, 33 Girls Sports 2, 3g Ora- elcg Senior Play Com- mittee. I ,zmderstand thy kisses, and thou mine. Svisn. XxYEAVER lfxtension Iiasterly St. Choir 1, 2, 3g lfclicita 2, 3. Virtue which shmzs the day. l.i.oYv VVEBB ll Sixth Avenue Track l, 2, 35 Choir 1, Z3 Senior Play Committee. Lord! I wonder what fool If was that Hrst invented kissing. XMVINIFRI-111 VVEBSTER 70 South Judson St. Truth shines the brighter clad in verse. HAROLD NVIIITE R. D. 1 They say miracles past. IQLEANOR VVILLE 72 Rose St. Girls Sports 2. That it should some thzs. VIRGINIA VVII.I.I-3 39 Fourth Avenue Girls Sports 2. O Heavens! 4176 to KLARK xfVILl,lAMS I0 South Arlington All nlen are equal before the natural law. PAULINE XrVll.l.IAMS 30 Eagle St. Student Council lg Girls Sports' 2, 3g Orchestra 2, 3. The only jewel which 'will not decay is knofwl- edge. RCJISERT C. XVll,l.lAMS 16 Sixth Avenue Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 3g Basketball lg Sopho- more Class Presidentg Student Council 2, 3g Senior Play Castg Citi- zen's Prize Speaking 3. .Mules and hurnan jack- asses are proverbially stubborn. ROBER'f j. WlI.I.I.AMS 270 East Fulton St. Tennis lg Band 1, 2,'3g Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Senior Play Cast. A passion for the dra- nlazie art is znherent zn the nature of nzan. ' RIcI-IAIID WINSMAN 17 Oakland Avenue A bad heart, bad designs. CARYL WOHLGEMUTH 15 Almond St. Years teach ns more than books. ALBIA YEO 53 Union St. A nzan is a great thing. HELEN YOVCHEFF 84 VVest St. 4 Girls Sports lg Choir l, 25 Felieita Zg Senior Play Conimitteei Praise thyself never. BEN-IAIXIIN ZAMBRI 66 Orchard St. Football 1, 2, 3g Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. Frailty, thy name is fwornan! legumes:-any -mam , . .. - . Q I HARWOOD BROVVN 49 North St. The 'winds are out of breath. VVILLARII BENNETT 278 VVest Fulton St. Blissful are the simple, fox they shall have mucl peace. Louis GATTIE 12 Bristol St. Let me die to the sounds of the delicious music. thirty-eight HARRIET HART BETTY MURPHY 67 Fifth Avenue 132 Spring St. Girls Sports 2. That mute eloquence Virtue is its own refward. which W5-Veil? 5Pf'C'0l9- BERNARD KEENE 60 Steele Avenue Choir l, 2, 33 Horowitz JOHN OYBRIEN R. D. 1 Men must endure. Contest 3. Dumb as a drum 'with a hole in it. THEODORE MARCAIS THOMAS PRYME R. D. 3 10 Phair St. Football 1, 2, 3. Praise the sea but keep Give thy thoughts no on land. tongue. Choir 1, 2, 3. PHILIP ROWAN 211 North Main St. Experience is the name men give to their-follies or their sorrofws. JAMES RETERSDORF 11 Forest St. He's a 'very devil! WESTON RUMRILL 70 VVells St. Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 35 Choir 2, 3. O brave new fworld That has such people in It. ELIZABETH WHITMAN Mayneld Though last, not least in love. Activities fi? . ':"yK,-VT' R t L L' KA xv if E is-nv Joi-iN MAHONEY . .. BARBARA JONES .... GERALD PRoc1'rA . . . LORRAINIT GPiISLER. . . BERT H. CRANDALL. . . . R -- Student Council . . . . .President Vice-President . . . .Treasurer . . .Secretary . . .Adviser To legislate student affairs, to coordinate student activities, to provide a common meeting place for the varied interests in Gloversville High School, the Student Council has been established. From left to right, seated: Nancy Spicer, Gerald Procita, Barbara jones, john Mahoney, Lorraine Geisler, Barbara Hine. Standing: Norman Dennie, Mary Holmes, Judson Zimmer, Ralph O. Vlfiggins, Firzarrcial Adviser, Robert C. Williams, Mario Cataffo, Rose Cawley, and Harry Perrella. C07l7lCil Member Adolph -lung not present when picture was taken. Oracle B Editor-in-Chief ........ GERALD PROCITA Business Manager ......... JEAN GROVER Advertising Manager.EL1zABETH GREEN Circulation Manager .... IVIARIO CATAFFO Publication Adviser .... JOSEPH j. CHECK Financial Adviser .... RALPH O. WIGGINS Faculty Adviser. . .MRs. BETSEY RoB1soN Assistants: Marvin Kobel, Lorraine Geis- ler, Frank Konysz, Virginia Tasheif, Rosamond Farrell, Beatrice Smith, Doro- thy Way, Betty Suits, Kathleen Targo- sinski, Alberta Kuss, Betty Armstrong, and Raymond Mercer. Senior Play The Senior Play for 1939 was "The Late Christopher Bean" by Sidney HOW- ard. It was produced under the direction Of Miss Ruth Tefft in the High School Auditorium, March 30 and 31. The cast consisted of: GERALD PROCITA ..... .... D r. Haggett PATRICIA SNIITH .......... Mrs. Haggett DOROTHY HOLMES ....... Susan Haggett JEAN GROX'ER ...... .......... A hhy JEAN LEVARN ............ Ada Haggett ROBERT -I. WILLI.AhIS. . .Warren Creamer ROBERT C. WlLLlAh'IS ........... Tallant GEORGE CURTIN ............. Mr. Rosen MARIO CATAFFO ..... Maxwell Davenport 5 , wav -' mm- M RWM goes W F elicita RUTH EVEREST .... ....... P resident BETTY SUITS ............ Vice-President VERA MAE SOUER ............ Secretary NORMA TARMEY ....... . ..Treaxu1'er Miss ESTHER M. JONES ......... Adviser Debate GERALD PROCITA .... ....... P resident HOWARD STANTON ....... Vice-President ETTA VANVRANKEN . Secretary-Treasurer EUGENE CONANT ................ Coach The Gloversville High School Debate team of 1938-39 had the most successful season that any Gloversville debate team has ever experienced. Two years ago the team set a record when it came in second in the New York State debate contestsg this year the team broke that record by winning the State Championship. Orchestra The Orchestra fulfills its part in Gloversville High School activities by playing for the Senior Play, the speaking contests, chapels, and other such events. Choir As its annual Gilbert and Sullivan pro- duction the Gloversville High School choir presented the "Ye01nen of the Guard" in the High School Auditorium April 20 and 21. The operetta was under the direction of Mrs. Valentine Glock- ner. The cast included: BERNARD AIULHALL ....... ..... F airfax CARAIEN Dl41PASQUALE .......... Phoebe BERNARD KERNE ...,............. Iailer AAIF2l,IA STI-11N ........ Dame Carruthers RomcR'r KRMP .... . . .Leonard Meryl! Rom-:R'r N1cLsoN ........ Sergeant Meryl! WPZS'I'lJN RUIXIRILL . . . ..... Lieutenant Louis GA'l"I'IPZ ...... ..... I ack Point NIARILYN COLE .... ........ E lsie Husky Growl Editor-in-Chief ..... GERALD PROCITA Assistant Editor ...... FRANK KONYSZ News Editor ......... MARVIN KOBEL Business Manager. .LORRAINE GEISLER ADVISER ............ JOSEPH J. CHECK Band In parades, at basketball and foot- ball games, at Chapels, and on other necessary occasions the Band of Gloversville High School exhibits its talents. Library Club JANET CURTIN ........,. President EVELYN HONEYCOAfIBE V10 e-Preszd ent AGNES I-IAGARTY ........ Secretary JOSEPH J. CHECK ......... Adviser Sports mai ax- ta.. 1...-Q... "'-'ina 9, 'I fig mf an 1 ...M .N.....,,. Football ROBERT C. WILLIAMS .......... Captazn LAWERENCE ALLEN MILLER ...... Coach Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville. . . Nott Terrace Scotxa . ..... Norwich . . . Amsterdam . llllon ....... Johnstown . . Herkimer . . . "T, if s 6 fs .H H 5 S W Q, ii .H Sr: 2,5 H 4 ff X an 3 rl :sf Basketball CHAUNCY YOUNG ............... C oaclo Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville Gloversville. . . Little Falls. . . Scotia ...... Dolgeville . . Nott Terrace Herkimer . . . Saratoga .... Glens Falls .. Scotia ...... Johnstown .. Glens Falls . . Little Falls. . . Herkimer . . . Johnstown . . Nott Terrace Saratoga .... Johnstown . . -1 Baseball BURTON WARNER .............. Captazn LAWERENCE ALLEN MILLER ..... Coach THE 1938 SEASON Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Gloversville. . . Fort Plain Fultonville Fultonville Canjoharie St. Mary's Northville Amsterdam Fort Plain Canjoharie Colgate Frosh St. Mary's. Saratoga . Johnstown Johnstown Broadalbin Broadalbin Amsterdam Saratoga . . Northville Draper . . . Draper . . . ? Track Rov DERocco ...... .... C aptain STEPHEN A. WARDE ........ .... C ouch May 13 May 17 May 19 May 23 May 27 June 3 SCHEDULE. Invitation meet at Gloversville G. H. S. first place Canajoharie at Gloversville G. H. S. first place Invitation meet at Syracuse G. H. S. second place Triangular meet at Gloversville G. H. S. first place Invitation meet at Saratoga G. H. S. first place Sectional meet at Johnstown G. H. S. third place For the second consecutive year, G. H. S. has produced a Winning track squad. This year the squad chalked up four out of six first places, with the schedule not yet completed. Mi:nii1-'M -' "is-ixr'-' - Tennis ANTHONY V ALACI-lovlc .... SCHED ULE Played the following games Amsterdam Scotia Canajoharie Glens Falls Saratoga Illion Alumni FINAL Scomt: Won . . . .......... . . . . Lost .... Tied . . . 7 ,pn me m,-eva' ' Golf FORREST N. CASE ......... .... C oaclo SCHEDULE Date Opponent May 3 . . ..... Amsterdam May 12 . .. ..... Nott Terrace May 15 .. ....... Amsterdam May 19 ..... Nott Terrace May 24 . . ........ Illion May 27 . . . ........ Illion june 2 . . . . ..... Johnstown june 7 .................. Johnstown june 12 .......... High School Faculty The G. H. S. Golf team has won all meets so far, which is through June 2, when the Oracle went to press. The team is to be congratulated on their fine season. Girls' Sports EVELYN FRENCH .... Coach Cheerleaders ERNEST Nl-:JAMI-t . ..... Captain HUGH BROWN .... .... 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Mason f.'07ll'7'dL'l'07'.Y ALL KINDS OF MASON XVORK Headquarrcrx for Sc:iiA1cif1ficR's LlFE'l'lMlf PEN AND Przsmli, Sars Q Q Q Make your gift a lifetime gift We will gladly give you an estimate on your requirements ASPHALT IJRIYI-IXVAYS A SPECIALTY ALVURD flflfi SAUTH C0-a INC- Phone 2996-J Opposite the High School Complimentf o BEECH- UT PACKI G CO. CANAJOHARIE, .Y. seventy-two l Q COMMENCEMENT . . . when booles are sbelved for a more intense study of the 'world and its ways . . . One of the first business steps undertaken by many of this year's graduates will be the opening of a Savings Account as soon as they start earning money. Many of our Older citizens may well fol- low the example of these future business men and successful homemakers in prepar- ing for life's challenges. VVe'll be glad to help your funds grow by adding compound interest to the amounts you save here. TRcsT COAIPANY or FULTON COUNTY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation GIVE HIM Efvery CHANCE He has a good start in this world. His edu- cation has given him excellent pre-business or pre-professional training. Now he needs practical training. One of the best ways for him to learn to appreciate financial values is through a savings account. Start one for him at this bank. And in addition to the regular savings account service, he is always welcome to any financial and business advice he desires. Gloversvillels Dependable Bank for 87 Years THE FULTON COUNTY NAA'l'l0NiAL BANK 84 TRUST Co. flflenzber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation C ornpliments of RINGLE INSURANCE 26 NOR'l'H MAIN C onzpliments of J. W. SISSON Compliments Of SPENCER SHOES 63 NORTH lxlAIN S'l'RElC'l' GLovicRsv1Li.i-2 SUPERIOR ICE CREAM seventy-three If Autographs C0711pli711c11rs PURsI:LL's ART STUDIO Portraits of Quality 25 N. MAIN S'I'RIcIs'I' Phone 3-H8-R ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS Ice Cream Grade A Mille l?m'teI'111illc Cottage Cbeexe Buffer Cream VVAsHIsURN,s FAIR ACRES DAIRY 145 North Main St. Telephone 2665 C omplivlzeizts of a FRIEND edriclfs ..Lunch 50 North Main Street Gloversville, N. K Phone 4083 Banquet Hall in Basement sewe11ty-j7've ,ll ALBANY BUSINESS COLLEGE Offers to high school graduates of approved scholastic standing advanced business courses leading to key posi- tions in private employment and in Civil Service. New illustrated bulletins give full information about entrance requirements, courses and activities, and how ABC helps you to a job. ! Jy ' J will "' ' tllmlii-E -QQQA. ,. 3 ' 5 VVrite . . . Nofw . . . for your copy, or call at the new College Hall, 130 Wfashington Avenue, Albany, New York, for a personal interview. A School of Higher Business Education ALBANY, NEW YORK Enjoy fir Vacation THE BAND Box CLEANERS with your family by serving 221 N I A1 . S Offl HIII A fI'CCt BIRDSEYE FROSTED FOODS Birdseye Poultry, Berries and Vegetables PHONE 2440'-l Are Always in Season MONEY BACK GUARANTEE Collins U' .ftillwell QUICK SERVICE QUALITY CLEANING BURTON INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE INSURANCE BONDS N. M. BANRER, INC. REAL ESTATE Ifiucn lf. GEISLER, l'rcxidr:i1r Phone 2212 7 South Main Street GLOVE THEATRE BLDG' GI.0W'ERSN'II.I.E, N. Y. Phone 2777 sefueiity -six 'tx 5 3 a 1 A-'- A ---- 5 532 Vacation Play Clotfoef Sniartly styled sport Wear made of sturdy wash fabrics. 2, 3, and 4 piece ensembles BIKA-TOl', OVERALLS, BEER JACKETS 9 SIACKS, SHoRTs, AND SKIRTS BATHING Suirs llflARTIN 84 NAYLOR BUSINESS AS A CAREER Wloat Banners Ojfom to the Baymont Soloool Graduate Business as a career . . . a wide range of opportunities, including Civil Service . . . unlimited pos- sibilities for large earnings . . . steady einploynient the year 7 round . . . better working con- ditions . . . social standing . . . more opportunities ment . . . in a field that has never been overcrowded. for advance- F or complete ivzfovfmotiovz, phone or write GLOVERSVILLE BUSINESS SCHOOL 8-10 EAs'r FL'l.'1'oN STRUZT Phone 2994 Founded 1892 ls your application in for free scholarship? Closing Date, JUN14: l2'1'H l A l J6'UC7ZIfy -5671671 COAL COMPANY of FULTON COUNTY Solid Fuel for Solid Comfort IRON FIRIQMAN AUTOMATIC STOKILRS for HOMI-IS, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS and INDUSTRIAL PLANTS using ANTHRACITF or BITUMINOUS COAL Corigratulatioris Class of 1939 Now that you are looking forward to all the good things life has in store for you, do not forget to anticipate the day when you will be a proud home owner. We are equipped to help you with your home planning, financing and supervision. Consult us on all your building nccds. Visit Our Modern Display Rooms BURR LUMBER CO., INC. 40 XVEST IJIIGHTH AVENUE For Grnauatiorz . . . Compliments HAMILTON XIVATCHES of A. D. NORTON jewelers 20 SoU'rH AIAIN S'l'lucE'r PYNFTS PLUMBING SHOP L. B. SANDNLZR, Prop. 18 Cnukcl-1 S'rR1-il-iT PHONE 2170 PECICS Flofwers FOR ALL OCCASIONS Opposite the High School PFCK'S RADIO SERVICE CONIPLFTIC SICRVICIC ON Au, lXlAKIiS or Rixmos Gzmrarzteed Reasonable 120 Fifth Avenue Call 3207-W or 3286-R se oerzty-eight ACTS LIKE MAG IC Lehigh Valley Heat Control and Lehigh Valley Anthracite Ask About Our SUM MER BUDGET PLAN INDEPENDENT COAL CO. Othce: 21 XV. Fulton St. Phone 2912 MILSTEIN'S 20 North Main Street Gloversville, N. Y. C 0111pli11ze71t5 of featuring SCAIAIICR NEEIms SPORTSXVEAR TAT FRIEND iiwylillll BATIIINO SUITS ARROXX' SI.At:Rs SPORT SHIRTS ETC. CITY NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY WHAT Is YOUR REFERENCE? When you are asked where you bank, you will find it a satisfaction to reply 'ACity Nationalf' For a half century, this institution has been known throughout the Glovcrsvillc section as a place where conservative people deal. An account with this bank commands respect. E. S. BATCHELLER 81 CO. NAME YOUR FAVORITE SPORT and we can supply yOu with the proper equipment. We stock everything for GOLF TENNIS BASEBALL E. S. BATCHELLER 84 CO. Member of Federal Depotit Inmravzce Corporation Hardware-Dept. Store 94 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 2105 seventy-nine 4 GLOVERSVILLE BODY WORKS ll FOREST STREET ' Compliments 01' GARLOCICS GARAGE S TUDEB AKER INTERNATIONAL Bn Your W. F. FORBES NIZYVSPAPI'ZI!S MAGAZINES CANDY SHELL at the GLOVERSVILLE NEWS AGENCY A. IC. HAVENS 38 North Main Street GAS AND OIL 385 SOUTH IVIAIN STREET and Lggn Library Stamps CORNER OF HARRISON STREET CONGRATULATIONS F. C. DENCE to the JFWFLER GRADUATES of 1939 Ufatehes - Diamonds Fine IfVatcb Repairing 21 CHURCH ST. PHONE 4255 DEL-NEGRO St BERNER Pharmacy 65 South Main CURTIN - PIEBERT CO., INC. MACHINE MANUFACTURERS GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. 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