Monroe High School - Monrolog Yearbook (Rochester, NY)
- Class of 1937
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KALB . . . HORMATS . . . HINDMARCH . . . HANRATH . . . KAHN . . . DRAY . . . FISKE . . . GELDIN . . . JOHONNOT
lLLER . . . HILTON . . . MARSHALL . . . JOHANISON . . . ERWIN . . . HEILBRUNN . . . WOOLFORD . . . JENSEN
DUBIE . . . FLATEAU . . . GERAGHTY . . . HUSK . . . POTTER . . . EGGIMAN . . . HAMPSON . . . VAN ARSDALE
IANSEN . . . HETTIG . . . GERBER . . . ROUSSOU . . . LEVY . . . FLUTTS . Q . GILBERT . . . ROHR . . . DUFF . . . HERZOG
'IAMILTON . . . MINER . . . CURCHIN . . . HORTON . . . HALL . . . HOLLOWAY . . . PARKER . . . KAPLAN . . . GRAB
LLMS . . . FOULDS . . . FLYNN . . . GOLD . . . GOODLEIN . . . HUGHES . . . FLETCHER, . . HERBST . . . ECKLER
OOLEY . . . HOWLAND . . . HOLLA . . TURNEY . . . HOUSEWORTH . . HASTINGS FRANK .WICKHAM
IIANSBACH . . . ERENSTONE . . . HEINRICH . . . ZIMMER . . . BITTKER . . . COLLIER. . . WEISLER . . .YOUNG
WILLIAMSON . . . BROWN . . . FROMM . . . ADSIT . . . CLAPP . . . FERGUSSON . . . HASTINGS . . . BUTCHER
XJHITE . . . BUCKLAND . . . FRANKLIN . . . WRIGHT . . . COLLINS . . . FERRIS . . . WEISS . . . WEBSTER . . . HOLMES
'IANSEN . . . HERRINGTON . . . SCIARRINO . . . FINESTONE . . . FURMAN . . . WRAY . . . WEBBER . . . ENGEL
EAMBLE . . . STALDER . . . FISHER . . . FRANK . . . STEVENS . . . BAKER. . . DAVIS . . . LEWIS . . .MITCHELL
vIONTALBANO . . . ROBERTSON . . . SPALL . . . TOOR . . . WALKER . . . ANDREWS . . . ARNOLD . . . LEISTEN
DE MARK . . . MURRAY . . . SAUNDERS . . . SNELL . . . SNOW . . . BARRET . . . BROOKS . . . BUSH . . . CHAMBERLAIN
FRINGER . . . LOSEY . , . MYERS . . . SADLER . . . SMITH . . . SPENCER . . .WEAVER . . . WYDLER . YEAGER
VOUNGOUIST . CUSHMAN . . . DAVIS . . . LEVINE . . .MCDONALD . . . PIERSON . . . TEMKIN . . . GEBHARD
BADER . . . FORGIONE . . . HART . . . KITTRELL . . . WELLS . . . WILEY . . . ROGACHESFSKY . . . CORTRIGHT
'IARNISHFEGER . . . WILLIAMS . . . BAHRINGER . . . GLAZER . . . LEMPERT . . . SIELAFF . . . SANOW . . . WILSON
PRESCOTT . . . ROBERTS . . . MATHEWS . . . VALENTINE . . . TULEY . . . HORNER . . . SENGLE . . . PATTERSON
ADAMO . . . FOSTER . . . WATSON . . . SCHWEID . . . DENNEY . . . BOGARDUS . . . KNOWLES . . . SULLIVAN
EWEENEY . . . ARCHER . . . KENDALL . . . BOLAND . . . CURRY . . . NELSON . . . STONE . . . GATES . . . PAETH
BCHWEIKART. . . SCHNIPPER. . . STEVENS . . . LEVE. . . MCCALLA . . . MERIMSKY . . . PLATT . . . PUAL . . . STEPHENS
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To the Class of 1937:
It has been your lot to be in high school during four fast-moving and uncertain
years. You have watched the adults of your generation talk peace and at the
same time prepare for war with a fatal inability to do anything about it. You
have watched a capitalistic society on trial with communism and fascism as its
world competitors. One of the most vivid impressions you must have received is
that all is not well with the world. Alexander Woolcott quoted a few years ago
an ancient motto on a sun-dial, "It is later than you think." To you I would say
"It is earlier than you think." I hope you will not have the arrogant optimism of
which Americans have been guilty, but I hope also you will not have the pessim-
ism so noticeable in the four years you have been in high school. It is earlier than
you think because America has not yet come into her own, and you shallhave
the chance to help in building a more humane and equitable economic order.
It is earlier than you think because you shall have a chance to build a warless
world. All I can hope is that in high school you have realized that a fair, democratic
society is a value for which you'll fight, but that we'll never get peace by lightingq
rather we shall get it by surrendering some things which we do not want to give up.
Fancy a teacher saying farewell to a class and not giving advice! I cannot give
you any advice, but I do want to tell you the things in life which I think give
most permanent satisfaction. There is permanent satisfaction in a sense of honor,
in the consciousness that you can pay back some of the sacrifice and good-will
you have received from others. There is permanent satisfaction in line workman-
ship, in knowing that you have really done your best. There is permanent satis-
faction in acquaintance with the best that the world has known in literature,
music, and art. There is permanent satisfaction in sportsmanship, in having it
said of you that in any situation you play the game fairly. It is my sincere wish
that each of you may lay hold of your share of these permanent satisfactions.
M. Lucile Bowen
Mr Lewis E. Michelson Mrs. Grace Babcock
THE MONROLOG OF 1937 IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED
BY THE GRADUATING CLASSES TO MRS. GRACE BABCOCK
AND MR. LEWIS E. MICHELSON, OF THE PHYSICAL EDUCA-
TION DEPARTMENT, WHO, AIDED BY THE OTHER MEM-
BERS OF THE DEPARTMENT, HAVE DIRECTED A PRO-
GRAM 'OF ATHLETICS AND HEALTH EDUCATION WHICH
HAS AIDED IN KEEPING US PHYSICALLY FIT THROUGH-
OUT OUR FOUR YEARS OF HIGH SCHOOL LIFE, AND HAS
KEPT MONROE WELL REPRESENTED ON THE ATHLETIC
THIS BUCK CONTAINS A IQECCIQD CE THE
CIQADUATINC CLASSES CE JANUAIDY AND
CUIQIQICULAIQ CIQCANIZATICNS, AND THE
ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES CE THE SCHOCL
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A X JUNE lQ37, THE FACULTY, THE EXTIQA-
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WILLIAM E. HAWLEY
Jane F. Cameron .
Walter J. Willis .
Charles H. Carver .
Olive H. Maxwell .
Rena C. Dumas .
Grace M. Schneeberger
Earl J. Burnett .
Avery C. Bacon .
Bion R. Jones .
Lewis Michelson .
V. James Morgan .
V. JAMES MORGAN
. Girls' Advisor
. Boys' Advisor
. . . Latin
. Social Studies
. . Music
F A C U Y
C. Lee Ackley
George F. Albrecht
Edwin C. Andrews
Mrs. Grace Babcock
A. Harold Bagg
Helen A. Barnum
Mrs. Frances Bass
Carl L. Beghold
Ralph C. Blair
Harry P. Bohrer
Helen G. Bradley
Ida M. Campbell
Cecelia R. Carey
Mrs. Lucile Carter
Burr D. Coe
Herbert T. Comfort
Anne L. Cummings
Clara L. Curtiss
Lois H. Dildine
Clayton J. Dudley
Mary T. Farrell
Clarence W. Gadway
Charles D. Gates
Bernice E. Gigee
Ethel M. Gordon
Mrs. M. C. Harrison
Edward M. Hartel
Nancy E. Hause
Mrs. Ruth Herron
Louis G. Hofmann
Frank E. Hosic
Anne L. Jackman
Mrs. C. W. Johnson
Mrs. Nellie Kates
Ida E. Kurzrock
May A. Leary
Madeline A. Madigan
Elmer P. Meulendyke
Dr. Howard D. Minchin
Mrs. Carrie S. Moore
Mrs. Winona E. Moore
Grace L. Murray
Mrs. Florence Ramph
Florence J. Rapp
Mrs. Evelyn Rath
Herbert M. Reed
Flora J. Rizzo
Glenn H. Rockcastle
Mrs. H. K. Rogers
Edgar A. Rose
Harold B. Saunders
Ralph N. Seeley
Lee N. Sherwood
Mrs. Frances Smith
Mrs. Lola Smith
Laura E. Spurr
Alice M. Stevenson
Margaret L. Stewart
Mrs. Jennie Stolbrand
Mrs. Jeanette Strayer
Mrs. Ruby Tallmadge
Marion S. Trew
Claude L. Wallace
Mrs. Cecelia Wann
Evelyn M. Waugh
Mrs. Katherine Weidmiller
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STEPHEN CLAPP DORIS SEDGWICK
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Vice -Presiden t
JOSEPH ADAMO, "Haile Selassie," 53 Woodward St. "Haile Selassie" as
you can see, is distinguished in all activity. Jr. Soccer 13 jr. Basketball 13
jr. Baseball 13 Res. Basketball 23 Sr. Soccer 2, 3, 43 Sr. Basketball 3, 43 Home-
room Basketball 13 Volleyball 33 H. R. President 13 Honor Roll 1, 2. No. 10.
MURIEL FRANCES ADSIT, 15 Short Street. l'd rather read than
knit! No. 24. Nursing School.
ROBERT ANDREWS, "Bob," 115 N. Union St. I don't worry-
what's the use? To worry bores me like the deuce. Honor Roll
1, 2. No. 12. Mechanics.
RICHARD ARNOLD "Dick," 232 Avenue E. A man who does what he
thinks best. Wrestling 23 Homeroom Basketball 23 Shop B seball 33 Outside
Patrol 3, 43 Honor Roll 2. Blessed Sacrament. Undecidedigf f!,6vDqK
PAUL BANSBACH, 103 Asbury Street. Tall, dark and--Can he
play basketball? Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 43 Soccer 3, 43 H. R. Sec. 23
H. R. Pres. 13 H. R. Vice-Pres. 3. No. 35. Mechanics.
ROBERT TYLOR BARRETT, "Bob," 777 South Ave. What
makes this busy lad look wise? He sees a car to simonize!
H. R. Baseball3 Shop Baseball. No. 24. Diesel Training School.
IRVING F. BEAL, "Irv," 17 Vick Park A. A conscientious man whose
heart is in his work. Monrolog 43 Vice-Pres. Hi-Y 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-
Pres. Stamp Club 33 Orchestra 1, 43 Vice-Pres. H. R. 43 Agora 1, 2, 3, 43
Honor Guard 13 Int. Relations Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Chapter Hi-Y 3, 43 Dra-
matics 1, 43 Stamp Club 1, 2, 33 Junior Corps 13 Corridor Aide 23 H. R. Basket-
ball 23 Monroe Life Salesman 13 Nat. Honor Society 3, 43 Vice-Pres. Inter.
Rel. Club 33 Pres. Inter. Rel. Club 43 Vice-Pres. Agora 23 Pres. Agora 3, 43
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. No. 23. Oberlin.
LOUIS BECKER, 260 Laburnum Crescent. He's short, well liked, and
fond of good time. It's his belief that pleasure's no crime. No. 35.
MARIE BEHRINGER, "Sunshine," 1 Bly Street. Not very short-
not very tall-but she surely can play basketball. Life Saving 13
Swimming 1, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer
1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball Capt. 1, 2g Basketball Capt. 23 Soccer Capt. 33
Hockey Capt. 33 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Bowling 43 Volleyball 1, 43 Artette 13
Honor Roll 4. No. 24. Undecided.
JUNE BERGASH, "Bergie," 195 Canterbury Rd. Brunette, small, and
loved by all. Riding Club 33 Swimming Club3 Social Chairman Jr. Corps:
Corridor Aide. No. 23. Undecided. '
RICHARD MACPHERSON BIDWELL, "Biddsey," 471 Mt. Hope
Avenue. Twelve men and Dick Bidwell understand Einstein's
theory. Sr. Chorus 3, 43 Die Papegeien 43 Science Club 2, 33 Philatelic
Ass'n 2, 3, 43 Engineering Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 43 Agora 3, 43 Straw
Vote Committee 43 Sec. Science Club 23 Chess Club 23 Biology Club 23
Sec. Biol. Club 23 Globe Trotters 43 Inter. Rel. Club 2, 3, 4. No. 23.
U. of R.
IONE E. BOGARDUS, 306 Pearl St. A secretary is what lone
wants to be-we hope she succeeds and makes history. Basket-
ball 3, 43 G. S. A. 33 Baseball 2, 33 Soccer 2, 33 Meliora Club 23
Victor High, Victor, New York, R. B. I.
BEATRICE BROOKS, "Bea," 739 Meigs Street. Rather short and full of
pep, the book store saved her many a step. White Cap Swimming Club 33
Green Cap Swimming Club 33 Life Saving 33 Jr. Corps 1. No. 24. R. B. I.
FRANK BUCKLAND, "Pete,'l Winton Rd. South. Sometimes I sit
and think,' mostly ljust sit. No. 35. U. of R.
LEONORE BUTCHER, "Lee," 101 Laburnum Crescent. We heard
that love made the world go round, and asked Lee if it's so,
As she's to become a Warshot' soon, we guessed that she must
know. Experimental Theater 23 Art Club 2, 33 Art Craft Club 33
Tap Dancing 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Baseball 23 Monrolog 43 Typing
Award 33 Soc. Chairman Art Club 33 Honor Roll 3. No. 35. Mechanics.
JOHN D. CHAMBERLAIN, 190 Gregory Hill Rd. So unconcerned, that
he seems exclusive, his manner usually is quite unobtrusive. Golf Team
43 Homeroom Basketball 2, 33 Honor Roll 2. No. 24. U. of R.
STEPHEN A. CLAPP, "Steve," 50 Beverley Street. Steve slow? Hardly
so! French 2, 3, 43 Corridor Aide 33 Monrolog 43 Vice-Pres. French Club
3, 43 Sec. of Class 12A3 Standard Bearer 43 National Honor Society 3, 43
French Honor Soc.3 Honor Roll 23 Renssalear Poly. Award for Math and
Science 4. No. 1. Amherst.
FRANCIS D. COLLINS, "Rip," 12 Berkshire Street. Much is not
enough-we Want more. Field and Stream 2, 33 Chess Club 33
Vice-Pres. Field and Stream 33 Corridor Aide 4. No. 1. Undecided.
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AVID C. CONKLIN, "Dave," 265 South Clinton. First I like basketball,-
to score points I strive, then I like the bell at two-thirty-five. Junior
High Basketball5 Junior High Soccer5 Junior High Baseball: Basketball 1, 2,
3, 45 Baseball Ass't Manager 25 Baseball Manager 35 Junior High Baseball
Manager5 H. R. Baseball Capt. and Manager5 Honor Roll 1, 25 Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 45 Stage Electrician. Madison High. Cornell.
ROBERT CORTRIGHT, "Bob," 976 Garson Ave. A little nonsense
then is relished by the best of men. East High. Undecided.
P CURRY, A'Curley," 450 Megis Street. Easy come, easy
go. Homeroom Basketball 15 Hi-Y Swimming Team 2, 35 Hi-Y
Basketball Team 2, 35 Hi-Y Track Team 2, 3. No. 11. Empire State
DONN -JUNE CUSHMA , "Ossy," 269 Selge Terrace. A little bit inde-
pendent. G. S. A. 35 Junior Corps 15 West High, Milwaukee. Undecided.
ALBERT ARTHUR DAVIS, "A, A.," 80 Reservoir Ave. Work is work
and must be done, but as I work I have my fun. Science Club 15
Agora 1, 2, 35 Corridor Patrol 25 Corridor Aide 3, 45 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
Field and Stream Club 3, 45 National Honor Society5 H. R. Pres. 45 Pres.
Field and Stream 45 Vice-Pres. Senior Class5 Vice-Pres. Field and Stream
4. No. 24. Undecided.
DOROTHY MARIE DAVIS, "Dot," 19 Bly Street. Here is a girl
we like a lot, she answers to the name ol' Dot. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Guard 15 Junior
Corps 15 Honor Roll 2. No. 24. Brockport Normal.
EUGENE DENNY, "Gene," 45 Cypress Street. He likes sports and we like
a sport. Homeroom Basketball Capt. 1, 25 Homeroom Baseball Mgr. 2, 35
Honor Roll 2. No. 13. Undecided.
HARRIET M. EGGIMAN, A'Eggie," 6 Rundel Park. Sweet in laugh-
ter, gentle in speech, everyone says she's just a peach. G. S. A. 2, 35
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Corridor Aide 3, 45 Hockey 35 Swimming 15 Volleyball
35 Soccer 35 Basketball 2, 35 H. R. Sec. 15 Vice-Pres. H. R.: Honor Roll 2.
No. 31. Cornell.
RUTH L. ELMS, "Ruthie," 49 Bengal Terrace. All we need is a
friend or two, whatever the rest may say or do. G. S. A. 3, 45
Junior Corps 15 Vice-Pres. H. R. 25 Custodian of Flag 1. No. 1.
THOMAS FISCHER, "Tom," 183 Crawford Street. "Tom is always at his
best, when deep in his diversion,-'rest'." Ind. Glee Club 35 Homeroom
Basketball 2, 35 Supervisor Corridor Aide 45 Field and Stream Club 25 Honor
Roll 2. St. Boniface. Mechanics.
NICHOLAS S. FORGIONE, "Nick," 264 Field Street. Being quiet is
his scheme for popularity. Homeroom Baseball 1, 25 Homeroom
Basketball 2, 35 Homeroom Soccer 25 Corridor Aide 35 Homeroom Secre-
tary 4. Jefferson. General Motors Institute.
ALTON E. FOSTER, HAI," 1160 Park Avenue. Quiet and un-
assuming. Here's friendship that lasts. Homeroom Basketball 15
Archaeology Club 4. No. 1. Undecided.
RICHARD FOX, 'ADick," 59 Priem Street. When ice cream grows on
macaroni trees, when Sahara's sands grow muddy, When cats and dogs
wear overalls, that's when I like to study. Reserve Soccer Team5 Ice
Skating Team5 Manager Homeroom Ball Team5 Manager Homeroom Basket-
ball Team5 Honor Roll 1, 2. East. Work.
D. C. LYLE FRINGER, 164 Troup Street. D. C. went out to shoot a
bear and came home with a rabbit, explaining where he got the
thing he said, "I had to buy it." Field and Stream 35 Honor Roll 2, 4.
No. 13. Undecided
JANET GATES, "Jan," 102 Vassar Street. Free from worry and
free from care, when she starts talking she says her share.
Riding Club 3, 45 Monore Life 2, 3, 45 Monrolog 45 G. S. A. 2, 3, 45
Artette Club 25 Monroe Life Rep. 2, 3, 45 Bookshelf 1, 25 Assembly
Program 15 Homeroom Secretary 1, 25 Honor Guard 1. No. 1. Ohio
ROSALIND GLAZER, A'Ros," 39 Vasser Street. When this St. Louis
blues singer "wants a man." Sr. Chorusg Mikado5 Art Club5 Experi-
mental Theater5 Secretary of Homeroom. No. 1. Eastman School of Music.
GEORGE PHILLIP GEBHARD, "Gebbie" 4 Blakeney Place. Busy
and quiet thru the day, he goes about his modest way. Charlotte.
U. of R.
JOSEPH C. HARNISHFEGER, A'Joe," 358 Linden Street. A serious
guy, but not so shy. H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 H. R. Baseball 3, 45
Bowling Team 45 Capt. Basketball 45 Industrial Glee Club 3, 4. St.
Boniface. Empire State School of Printing.
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MARGUERITE HARRINGTON, "Marge," 113 Lyndhurst Street. "Tis
said that absence conquers love but oh believe it not: l've tried, alas!
its power to prove but thou are not forgot." Honor Roll 1, 2. Immaculate
Conception. R. B. I.
DONALD ROY HART, "Don," 185 Field Street. When fun and duty
clash let duty go to smash. H. R. Basketball 2, 33 H. R. Pres. 33
H. R. Soccer 33 H. R. Vice-Pres. 33 Homeroom Baseball 2, 3, 43 H. R.
Volleyball 13 H. R. Secretary 2. No. 35. General Motors Institute, Flint,
JAMES HEILBRUNN, "jim," 170 Berkeley Street. Silent people,
so they say, pass for philosophers any day. Monroe Life Reporter
33 H. R. Basketball 3, 43 Corridor Aide 43 Honor Roll 1, 23 Assembly
Program 1, 23 H. R. Soccer 1. No. 23 U. of R.
ALEXANDER P. HENDERSON, "Alex," 16 Alvin Place. Wherever the
place, whatever the game, his grit and courage are always the same.
Junior High Soccer3 junior High Basketball3 Soccer 3, 43 Baseball 43 Senior
Chorus3 H. R. Pres. 23 Glee Club3 Honor Roll 2. No. 23. Undecided.
ARTHUR G. HERBST, "Art," 492 Caroline Street. He's always ready
to do his part-when it comes to cars, he has some art! Seven Keys
to Baldpate3 Homeroom Baseball 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Homeroom Soccer 1, 2, 33 Homeroom President 1, 23 Homeroom Vice-Pres.
4. St. Boniface. General Motors, Flint, Mich.
MOLLYE HOFFMAN, 661f2 Savannah Street. She's always busy,
this dark-haired missy. Book Shelf 1, 2, 3, 43 G. S. A. 2, 33 Hockey
23 Basketball 2, 33 Agora 43 Piano 43 President of Book Shelf 43
Secretary of Homeroom 33 Honor Roll 2. No. 15. U. of R
ARLENE M. HOLLOWAY, "Blondy," 931 South Goodman Street. Heart of
gold, and l8K. G. S. A. 1, 2. No. 24. R. B. I.
LA VERNE HORTON, "Bum," 250 Rosedale Street. With the gals, he's
quite a guy, a worthy product of Monroe High. Alpha Hi-Y3 Tennis
3, 43 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4g Corridor Aide 23 President of Class 43
National Honor Society 43 Honor Roll 1, 23 Homeroom President 2, 33
Vice-President of junior Corps 1 3 Corridor Aide Supervisor 3, 43 Secretary
of National Honor Society 43 Junior Honor Guard, 1. No. 35. Cornell.
STANLEY JANSEN, "Stan,,' 678 Meigs St. I do not talk, but do
my best. Homeroom Baseball 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4.
No. 29. Mechanics Institute.
MARJORIE KNOWLES, "Peggy," 193 Park Avenue. Tall in stature, light
ot' hair, we depend on Peggy, she's always there. No. 23. Undecided.
ESTELLE KORUS, 100 Laburnum Crescent. Thy modesty's a candle
for thy merit. Typing Award 3, 43 Shorthand Award 43 Honor Roll 3, 4.
East High. Work.
NORMA LAVNER, "Snuffy," 12 Palisade Park. She's a mouse of
a person, so quiet and small. But when she's with friends, she
out-talks them all. Riding Club 2, 33 Junior Chorus 23 Tap Danc-
ing Club 2. No. 35. Mechanics Institute.
MURIEL C. LEACH, "Peg," 38 Paul Place. Her favorite color seems to be
green, she's wearing it wherever she's seen. Senior Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mikado
43 G. S. A. 33 Monroe Life 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 2. Charlotte High. Mechanics
WILBUR LEISTEN, "Wib," 13 Bly Street. Women annoy me Honor
Roll 1, 2. No. 24. Mechanics Institute.
BERNICE LEMPERT, "Bern," 16 Roosevelt Street. A charming
personality, that's ready for popularity. Bookshelf 1, 2, 3, 43
G. S. A. 1, 23 Golf Club 33 French Club 43 Monroe Life Solicitor?
Honor Roll 2, 3. No. 35. R. B. I.
EUNICE S. LEVE, "Eunie,l' 30 Werner Park. So full of lun and cheer,
that's why we always like her near. Sr. Art Club 1, 2, 33 G. S. A. 2, 3, 43
Sr. Chorus 1, 23 H. R. Secretary 4. No. 23. Mechanics Institute.
BETTY LEVINE, t'Honey Chile," 34 Berkshire Street. She likes a
good time and she has it. Junior Corps3 Swimming3 Basketball. No. 33.
R. B. I.
RHODA LEVINSTEIN, "Rhode," 568 Meigs Street. Serious and
quiet, with smiles and care, when there's work to be done,
she's always right there. Basketball 1, 23 Swimming 1: Jr. Science
Club3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Chorus 1. No. 15. Undecided.
MARVIN LEVY, "Marv," 705 Park Avenue. Here's a grindg he didn't
write it. Wonder now if Marv will like it. Mikadog Junior Chorus3 Book-
shelf, 1 3 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 43 Monroe Life Reporter 43 Corridor Aide 43 Prep.
Inter-High Choir 23 Inter-High Choir 3, 43 Stage Organization 43 Junior
Dramatics 13 Riding Club 33 Dramatics 3, 43 Piano Club 33 Senior Quartette 33
Assembly Programs 2, 3, 43 Junior Class Day Program3 Homeroom Rep. for
Monroe Life3 Vice-Pres. Piano Club 33 Vice-Pres. Homeroom 13 Secretary
Homeroom 23 Grinds Editor for Monrolog3 Art Club 23 Honor Roll 13 Senior
Class Day Program3 Song Director for Junior Corps. No. 23. Eastman School
CLELAND JEARLD LEWIS, "Society Boy," 21 Engle Terrace. I say
there, Mister, to win you see, don't bet on the horse, but the rider,
thatls me! Riding Club 2, 33 Track Team 2. No. 35. Iowa State College.
JUNE L. MARSHALL, "Jay," 161 Alexander Street. She shall have
music wherever she goes. Tri-Y3 Dramatics 2, 33 G. S. A. 2, 33
Usher for "Seventeen3" Tap Dancing 33 Monrolog Staff 43 Dance
Orchestra 43 Homeroom Pres. 2, 33 Honor Roll 13 Homeroom Vice-
Pres. 1, 23 Homeroom Sec. 3. No. 15. R. B. I.
LLOYD KENT MARSHALL, "Marsh," 1183 Monroe Avenue. The world
knows nothing of its greatest men. Track 3, 4. Hillside. Undecided.
JOYCE T. MATTHEWS, 32 Lansdale Street. Oh, how much wiser
seem to be, the girls who don't act boisterously. Jr. Corps 13 Corridor
Aide 43 Sr. Chorus 33 Honor Roll 1, 2. No. 35. U. of R.
LOIS MATTHEWS, "Loie," 56 Lansdale Street. She has the secret
of success. Loie believes in earnestness. Jr. Corps 13 No. 35.
Colgate Divinity School.
CAROLE MCDONALD, "Kay," 136 Rosedale Street. Fooling has its time
and place-that I surely see-but just let me tind the time, and the
place won't bother me. Riding Club 33 Sec. Homeroom 3i Alpha Tri-Y 2, 33
Vice-Pres. Homeroom 4. East High. William Smith College.
AGNES McHUGH, "Ag," 19 Asbury Street. Happy am I, from care
I'm free. Why aren't all the rest like me? Jr. Chorus 13 Tap Dancing
Club 1, 2. St. Boniface. Commercial Center.
THOMAS MCHUGH, "Tink," 137 Mulberry Street. Twinkle,
twinkle, little Tink, how we wonder what you think. Engineer-
ing Club3 H. R. Baseball 23 H. R. Basketball 23 H. R. Soccerg Inter-
national Relations Club3 H. R. Pres. 1, 23 H. R. Vice'Pres. 1. No. 24.
U. of R.
FREDA MERIMSKY, "Fritzie," 160 Laburnum Crescent. A slender form,
a smile, a curl, has our Fritzie-red-haired girl. Senior Chorus 1, 23G. S.A.
2. 33 Corridor Aideg German Club3 Shorthand Certificate 13 Honor Roll 2. No.
ROBERT MERLE, "Bob," 51 Morningside Park. He knows all the
answers. No. 1. Undecided.
CAROL MILLER, 1225 Park Ave. A fine styIe,' set oli' by a delib-
erate gait and dignity. Livonia. Undecided.
RUSSELL MONTALBANO, "Russ,,' 116 Savannah Street. Since brevity
is the soul of wit I will be brief. No. 12. M. I. T.
RICHARD M. MURRAY, "Dick," 43 Savannah Street. Weive often
wondered why it is our Dick's so very quietg we only wish more
people would have sense enough to try it. Homeroom Basketball 1, 23
Homeroom Baseball 13 Volley Ball 3g Theta Hi-Y. No. 15. Niagara
VICTOR G. MORRELL, "Vic," 104 Cobb's Hill Drive. Quality not
quantity. Chess Club 1, 23 Correspondence Club 33 National Honor
Society3 Bookshelf 23 Delta Hi-Y3 Science Club 13 Honor Roll 1, 2:
Monrolog3 Corridor Aide 3, 4. No. 1. Cornell.
MYRTLE PAETH, "Mickey," 49 Broadway. She's mild and meek when
she's asleep. Girl Reserves 1, 23 Sigma Tri-Y 3, 43 Bowling Team 43 Corridor
Aide 33 Honor Roll 2. No. 15. R. B. I.
JANE PATTERSON, "Pat," 64 Cambridge Street. Pat's a girl whom
you will see active in all activity. Hockey 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33
G. S. A. 23 Swimming 3, 43 Corridor Aide 43 Soccer 3, 4. No. 15. Nazareth
ELIZABETH EILEEN PAUL, "Betty," 314 Park Avenue. Why
mothers grow gray. Swimming 3, 43 Corridor Aide 43 Alpha Tri-Y
3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 33 G. S. A. 2, 33 Monroe Life 3, 43
Aviation 33 Honor Guard 13 International Relations 2, 3, 43 Riding
Club 33 Honor Roll 23 Swimming Supervisor 43 Corridor Aide Super-
visor 43 Feature Editor Monroe Life 43 Alpha Tri-Y Secretary.
No. 23. University of California.
HOLMES POOLEY, 699 Main Street E. Ra ting highest in his class is this
lad who loves no lass. Honor Society 45 Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Corridor Aide 45
Homeroom Basketball 3, 45 Homeroom President 45 Honor Roll 2, 3. No. 1.
LILLIAN READ, "Lill," 380 Gregory Street. Lill has eyes that she
can roll and rhythm in her heart and sole. Junior Corps 15 Career
Club 4. No. 15. Undecided.
DOROTHY R. ROBERTS, t'Dottie," 21 Heather Street. Size isn't
everything. Mikado 35 Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 45 Corridor Aide 45 Honor
Roll 1. No. 28. Undecided.
JANE L. ROHR, "Janie," 391 Broadway. jane doesn't Rohr buts she is
always heard. No. 15. R. B. I.
MARION ANNE ROUSSOU, "Min," 729 So. Goodman Street. A
conscientious worker and a good friend to all. Baseball 35 Basketball
45 Soccer 2. No. 24. Brockport Normal.
JOSEPH P. SADLER, "Joe," 161 Seager Street. Ideas stated, we
all know, will be created if we tell them to joe. Monroe Baseball
Team Reserve 35 Homeroom Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 3, 45
Homeroom Soccer 1, 25 Aviation Club 1. St. Boniface. Undecided.
FLORENCE J. SANOW, "Flor," 97 Pembroke Street. A smile for all, big
and small. G. S. A. 2, 3, 45 Agora 45 Bookshelf 45 Monrolog 45 Golf Club5
Homeroom Secretary 25 Secretary Junior Corps 15 Honor Guard 1 5 Homeroom
Representative5 G. S. A. 45 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Artette 2. No. 35. U. of R.
WILLIAM RICHARD SAUNDERS, "Bill," 1685 Highland Avenue.
Here's a boy Who's quite a sheik, with eyes so bright and hair so
sleek. Field and Stream 1, 2, 35 H. R. Basketball 1, 25 H. R. Pres. 1, 2, 3,
4. Virgil High, Los Angeles, Cal. U. of R.
ISABELLE SHNIPPER, "Shnipps," 14 Boardman Street. "Always
laughing, never still, with a power to win and a determined
will." Riding Club 25 Swimming Club 15 Baseball 15 H. R. Secretary
3, 4. No. 23. University of Michigan.
PAUL SCHWEID, "Bud," 1176 Park Avenue. Some may sow, and some
may reap, but as for me, just let me sleep. H. R. Basketball 15 H. R.
Baseball 15 Track 45 Corridor Aide 3, 4. No. 1. Cornell.
RUTH SCHWEIKART, "Rudy," 388 Benton Street. A good all around
sport. No. 24. General Hospital.
DORIS SEDGWICK, "Dee," 26 New York Street. I would be
better if I could, but it's so lonesome, being good. Alpha Tri-Y
3, 45 Riding Club 35 Senior Chorus 3, 45 G. S. A. 2, 3, 45 H. R. Pres.
2, 35 Vice-President 25 Secretary 45 Social Chairman of 12A5 Usher
for "Seventeen" No. 1. Undecided
THELMA IRENE SENGLE, 'tSil," 46 Allmeroth Street. She's full ofpep,
ginger, and fun and a good friend to everyone. Athletic Club 1, 25 Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling Club 45
Volley Ball 3, 45 Junior Corps 15 Glee Club 15 Captain Baseball5 Capt. Soccer5
Capt. Basketball. No. 35. R. B. I.
MYRTLE LLEWELLYN SIELAFF, "Mert," 248 Park Avenue. I love
to play, I love to dance, but most of all, I love romance. Archeology
Club5 H. R. Pres. 1, 25 Vice-Pres. H. R. 35 Monroe Life Rep. 4. No. 23.
MELVIN F. SMITH, 'tSmitty," 206 Monroe Ave. A man of few
words, but many thoughts. Batavia Jr. Sr. High School, Batavia,
N. Y. Undecided.
C. STANFORD SMITH, "Stan,', 31 Lawton Street. This boy might be
bad, but all we see is just as good as good can be. Sr. Chorusg Indus.
Boys' Glee Club5 Inter-High Prep Choirg Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. No. 35. Undecided.
JAMES WILBUR SNOW, "Snowie," 108 Nunda Blvd. All great men
are dying ol?-I feel a little sick myself. Track 15 H. R. Basketball
1, 25 Field and Stream 45 Junior Corps 15 H. R. Secretary 1, 45 Class
Sec. 1, 25 Honor Roll 25 Corridor Aide 4. No. 1. Duke University.
MARJORIE V. SOMERS, HMarj," Lafayette Pkwy. Pretty, in-
telligent, a little shy, wherever she is, she catches your eye.
International Relations 3, 45 G. S. A. 2, 35 Alpha Tri-Y 45 Swimming
3, 45 Bookshelf 45 Camera Club 35 Honor Guard 15 Vice-Pres. Junior
Corps5 H. R. Pres. 45 Corridor Aide 3. No. 1. Undecided.
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CLARENCE SPALL, "Sputs," 1284 Mt. Hope Avenue. Swing it, Sputzyg
Aviation Club 1, 23 Ind. Glee Club. St. Boniface. Mechanics Institute.
WESLEY V. SPENCER, "Spence," 44 Mildorf Street. Living makes a
man tit company for himself. Aviation Club 1, 23 H. R. Vice-Pres. 2.
No. 28. Mechanics Institute.
JANE ELLYN STEPHENS, "Stevie," 285 Oxford Street. "My
3 kingdom for a horse and man," she cried. Riding Club 2, 33
'-I Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4g Golf Club 33 Alpha Tri-Y 43 Dramatics 33
National Honor Society 43 Dramatics 3, 43 Piano Club 33 Ushering
3, 43 Alpha Tri-Y Soc. Chairman 4. East High. Northwetsern.
WILLIAM STONE, "Bill,l' 1210 Clinton Avenue. On their own merits
modest men are dumb. No. 24. Undecided.
ERMA JEAN SWARTHOUT, "Erm," 147 Mulberry Street. Stability
is ability. Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Swimming 1, 3, 43 Volley
Ball 3, 43 Riding Club 33 Bowling 43 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Tennis
3, 43 Sec. of H. R. 3. No. 24. Undecided.
ENID K. TULEY, "Jo,'l 209 Cypress Street. jo likes to save things,
we all know, and we hope she'll save thoughts of dear Monroe.
Riding Club 23 G. S. A. 23 Corridor Aide 4. No. 13. Cornell.
JULIA TUTTY, "Judy," 446 Broadway. Anywhere and everywhere. Base-
ball Club 13 Basketball 13 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Sigma Tri-Y 3, 43 Swimming
Club 1. No. 15. R. B. I.
BETTY ANNE VAN ARSDALE, "Buzz," 192 Hillside Avenue. A girl
who attracts much attention-she's the best kind of ad for that
"School Girl Complexion." Alpha M-Y 2, 3, 43 Leadership Club 2, 3, 43
G. S. A. 33 Corridor Aide 23 Corridor Aide Supervisor 3, 43 Monroe Life
23 Monroe Life Representative 1, 2, 3, 43 H. R. Pres. 1, 23 Vice-Pres.
Class 23 Alpha M-Y Soc. Chairman 33 Alpha M-Y Pres. 43 Leadership
Club Sec. 23 Leadership Club Pres. 33 Jr. Honor Guard 13 National Honor
3 Society 4. No. 1. U. of R.
BARBARA VAN DEMARK, "Bobbie," 179 Crosman Terrace.
'-nv You ask me very pointedly, "In what does she excel?" But
Bobbie's clever in so many ways it's really hard to tell. Riding
Club 1, 2, 33 Alpha Tri-Y 2, 33 Pres. Alpha Tri-Y 43 Tap Dancing
Club3 Corridor Aideg H. R. Vice-Pres. 2, 43 H. R. Sec. 1, 2, 3. No. 35.
WILLIAM F. WALKER, "Bill," 91 Hickory Street. He may be a hiker to
some people, but he's only Walker to us. Engineering Club 2, 33 Alpha
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Hunting and Fishing Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Home-
room Basketball 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Baseball 1, 23 Corridor Aide 43 Honor Roll.
- No. 13. U. of R.
' HELEN CHRISTINE WATSON, "Wats," 491 Mount Hope Avenue.
-3 t Quiet, neat, and quite petite. No girl going has her beat. Gamma
M-Y 2, 3, 43 Corridor Aide 33 Leadership Club 3, 43 G. S. A. 3, 43 Vice-
' Pres. and Treas. Gamma M-Y 33 French Honor Society 43 Sec. Gamma
X- I. M-Y 33 National Honor Society 43 Corridor Aide Supervisor 43 Custodian
of Flag3 Class President 33 H. R. President 2, 3, 43 Prs. Gamma M-Y 4.
We "' uc:-
No. 13. Sweet Briar College.
- DORIS E. WEAVER, "Do," 145 Shepard Street. Smile and the
world smiles with you. G. S. A. 33 Junior Corps lg Supervisor of
Corridor Aides 43 Corridor Aide 33 H. R. Pres. 2, 33 Honor Roll 23
Bookshelf 3. No. 23. Undecided.
WILLIAM B. WEBBER, "Bill," Creek St., Brighton Station. Don't let
Roosevelt pack the Supreme Court!! Corridor Aide 43 Field and Stream 43
Driving Club 33 H. R. Athletics 13 Attendance 1, 2, 4. No. 1. Cornell.
CARLTON ORIN WEBSTER, "Carl," 417 Meigs Street. Modesty fre-
quently marks ability. Stamp Club 3, 43 Agora 33 Ches. Club 23 Book-
shelf 13 Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll 2, 33 National Honor Society
4. No. 15. Collegiate Center or Albany State Normal.
FLOYD B. WEISS, "Boy," 243 Richard Street. He's alert and
active, and always full of fun, but a helpless victirn ofpropen-
sity and pun! Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Double Male Quartet
lg Mikado Lead 33 Honor Roll. No. 35. Undecided.
JACKSON BALDWIN WELLS, JR., "Jack,', 141 San Gabriel Drive. He can
cook too, girls! Agora 23 Field and Stream 43 Track 43 Cross Country 33
H. R. Basketball 33 H. R. Pres. 3, 43 H. R. Vice-Pres. 23 Pres. National Honor
, Society 43 Commissioner of Finance 43 Assist. Comm. Athletics 33 Forum 3, 43
571 Council Member 4. No. 1. M. I. T.
L I MARGARET WHITE, "Marge," 148 Mulberry Street. The mildest
A manners and gentlest heart. Riding Club 33 G. S. A. 2, 33 Jr. Baseball,
Soccerg Jr. Corps Play3 Sec. H. R. 3, 4. No. 24. Mechanics Institute.
ROBERT S. WILEY, "Bob," 239 Mulberry Street. Little care I if
I little I am, I can do just as much as a bigger boy can. Junior
A Band3 Junior Honor Guard 13 Honor Roll 1, 2. No. 24. Michigan.
ROY S. WILLIAMS, "Will," 671 Meigs Street. When in doubt as to what
to say, say nothing. H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Soccer 1, 2. Jr. High
Soccer 1: H. R. Baseball 1, 2g Capt. H. R. Soccer 23 Capt. H. R. Basketball 3.
No. 15. Undecided.
JACK YEAGER, 428 Winton Road North. Up and around the sky he
can soar-then turn around and snore some more. Field and Stream
3, 4. Southside High School, Elmira, N. Y. Undecided.
RONALD YOUNGQUIST, "Ronnie," 970 Monroe Ave. He's a boy
we seldom see-it must be a girl-this is on the "Q, T." Capt.
of Volley Ballg Shop Baseballg H. R. Basketballg Honor Roll 2. No.
35. Mechanics Institute.
GEORGE BOLAND, 209 Sanford Street. A friend to all-and
all his friends. Honor Roll 2. No. 15. Undecided.
HENRY THEODORE HORNER, "Ted," 253 Monroe Ave.
Horses! Horses! Crazy over horses!! Riding Club 3, 4, Archae-
ology Club 23 H. R. Pres. 1, 2, 3. No. 10. Kodak.
KENNETH LOSEY, "Ken,'l 261f2 N. Union Street. Heaven helps
those who help themselves. No. 24. Undecided.
THOMAS MITCHELL, "Mitch," 9 Amherst Street. Betty tells
that to all the girls. Outside Patrol 35 Cross Country 33 Aviation
Club 3g Pres. Chemistry Club 25 Mgr. Cross Country 45 Lieutenant
Outside Patrol 4. No. 15. Penn State.
DOROTHEA C. SCHOENHEIT, "Dody," 328 Field Street. A
merry heart and a winning way. G. S. A. 1, 23 Honor Guard 1g
Honor Roll 1, 2. No. 24. Undecided.
Sweet Music" . .
Pennies From Heaven" .
One In A Million" .
Love and Learn" . . .
Give Yourself a Pat on the Back" .
My River Home" . . .
The Sunshine of Paradise Alley"
I've Got You Under My Skin"
With Plenty of Money And You
You Do The Darndest Things'
It's Delovely" . . . .
Did I Remember"
You're My Best Bet"
You Hit The Spot" . .
Serenade In The Night" .
For Sentimental Reasons" .
I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm',
When My Dream Boat Comes Home" .
Of Thee I Sing" . . .
From The Land Of The Sky Blue Waters"
Trust In Me" . . . .
I'll See You Again" .
You're Laughing At Me"
Oh Promise Me" .
You're The Top" .
Rap Tap On Wood"
. Livermore and the Lads
. . Scholarship Fund
That Favorite Teacher
. . . . Alibis
. Our Teams
Our Fair City
. Room 245
. . . Oh Boy!!!!
. The Registration Board
. . . Vacation
. Season Tickets
. Cafeteria Soup
. . . Senior Chorus
We'll Remember the Library
When the Fans Aren't Working
. . . Retirement???
MONROE HIGH SCHOOL
. . The Swimming Pool
The "Touching" Song
. . . Alumni
. . The Faculty
Rochester, New York-1945
You are listening to Station MHS, Monroe High School Auditorium, Rochester, N. Y.
The first speaker on our program will be Mr. John Chamberlain, who will give a short talk on
"Why I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles." Mr. Chamberlain came to Monroe an amateur bubble-
blower, although Mr. Wiles didn't know it, but now, is giving private lessons to the blue-bloods
on Park Avenue.
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Thank you, Mr. Chamberlain! We now present our own "blues" singer Miss Roshelen Morgan-
lazer, who will chant the charming "My Man." Miss Morganlazer graduated Monroe in '37 and
is still looking for "her man."
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The next number on our program will be a skit titled "Restricted Silence." This is the modern
version of "Free Speech," which was presented for our enjoyment and graduation the night of
January 20th, eight long years ago. To add to the atmosphere we will have a cast of three men
and three girls, instead of the original all male production. The scene is laid in the courtyard of
Sing-Sing prison, Ossining, N. Y. The warden is played by Floyd Weiss, who is speaking to the
prisoner, LaVerne Horton. LaVerne's childhood gal Helen Watson is waiting for a tete-a-tete
with the culprit as usual. The other member of the original cast is Art Davis assisted by Betty
the Paul, and Doris the Weaver.
We pause now for station identification--
The sponsor of our program, Mr. Robert Wiley, the motorcycle manufacturer, has a little
treat for us, in the form of Miss Buzzy Van Arsdale and Miss Carol McDonald, who will tell you
the secret to their success as America's most sought-after dress models.
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Thank you, girls, I am delighted to hear that you attribute your success to the daily riding of
Wiley's Noiseless Motorcycles. '
Now we have those "Rasping Rascals of Rhythm", Paul Schweid, Thomas McHugh, and
Carlton Webster singing "We Ain't Got Rhythm." Immediately after this number Miss Doris
Sedgwick will "go to town."
It is also a great privilege to have here the All-American, All-Scholastic, All-Star basketball
player, Mr. Paul Bansbach, and his charming stooge Miss Barbara Van Demark. Years ago at
Monroe, Miss Van Demark wrote sweet notes to Mr. Bansbach, but today she is publicity agent
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Well, thanks for listenin'-and remember for greater comfort and satisfaction ride Wiley's
This is station MHS signing off, your announcer has been Setag Tenaj Creading from right to
UNE CLAII FFICEIQS
ALICE TAYLOR ELIZABETH WALLACE
Secretary Social Chairman
THOMAS B. AGUGLIA, "Pepper," 804 Meigs Street. A quiet lad, you
think, is Tom. But show him a baseball and the fun is on. Homeroom
Basketball 3, 43 Reserve Baseball 3. Aquinas. St. Michael's College.
JANE ALBRIGHT, "Janie," 278 Pearl Street. She's like a good sermon
-short and snappy. Junior Corps 13 Secretary French Honor Society 43
Honor Roll 13 Corridor Aide 4. No. 15. R. B. I.
CLIFFORD L. AMERO, "Cliff," 76 Hickory Street, Born to play
a horn. Jr. Bandg Jr. Orch.3 Sr. Orch. 2, 3, 43 Senior Band 2, 3, 43
Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Inter-High Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Inter-High Orch.
1, 2, 3, 4: French Honor Society 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43
Pres. Jr. Corps 1. No. 13. Eastman School of Music.
GERALD RAYMOND ARCHER, "Jerry," Churchville, New York. I Betty's
in love. Track 2, 3, 43 Vice-Pres. of Students Assoc. 33 Cheer Leader 23 H. R.
Pres. 2, 33 Pres. of Hi-Y 23 H. R. Vice-Pres. 43 National Honor Society 4.
Chili No. 1, Chili Center. Rensselaer.
JANET ARMBRUST, 29 Pinnacle Road. Sweet and mellow like a
cello. Riding Club 33 Inter-High Orch. 2, 3, 43 Jr. Chorus3 Jr. Orch.3
Swimming Club 43 Girl's Service Club 23 Attendance Awards. No. 35.
Eastman School of Music.
MELVIN W. ARSOVE, "Mel, "SO Winton Road. My life is just a
formula. Jr. Chorus3 Jr. Orch.3 Beta Hi-Y 3, 43 Engineering Club 43
Tumbling Club 13 Fencing Club 13 Wrestling Club 13 H. R. Basketball
1, 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 1, 23 Corridor Aide 43 Supervisor 43 Pres. H. R.
1, 23 Honor Roll 1, 23 Honor Guard 13 National Honor Society 43
Vice-Pres. Engineering Club 43 Vice-Pres. Beta Hi-Y 33 Pres. Beta
Hi-Y 43 Pres. Monroe Hi-Y Council 4. No. 1. M. I. T.
JOSEPH C. BADER, "Joe," 48 Bly Street. Give me the man who loves
the game, and I'll show you a man who's always sane. H. R. Baseball
2, 43 H. R. Basketball 2, 43 St. Boniface. Undecided.
GERALD F. BAKER, "Jerry," 35 Marion Street. Fun is like insur-
anceg the older you get the more it costs. Riding Club 1, 2, 33 Field
and Stream 23 Outside Patrol 2, 33 Pres. Riding Club3 Lieut. Outside
Patrol. No. 28. M. I. T.
LEONARD BAKER, "Lenny," 40 Vick Park B. Hello, Stranger!
Agora3 Sr. Chorus3 Archeology. No. 23. U. of R.
JANICE BALLOU, 51 Thomas Avenue. Here's Inspiration--. Gamma
M-Y 2, 3, 43 Corridor Aide 43 Career Club 43 H. R. Vice-Pres. 1. Seneca School,
JEANNE M. BALLOU, 51 Thomas Avenue. And here's the Artist.
Gamma M-Y 2, 3, 43 Career Club 43 H. R. Pres. 3, 43 Honor Roll 2.
Seneca School, Irondequoit. Undecided.
GERTRUDE BANSBACH, "Gert," 103 Asbury Street. She aims
to pleaseg and aims so well that praises of her work we'll tell.
Business Club 2. No. 35. R. B. I.
FREDERICK V. BARDO, "Fred," 25 Rowley Street. Medium build, his
hair is dark, always ready for a lark. I. R. C. 43 Stamp Club 13 Track 23
Orch. 1, 2, 3, 43 H. R. Pres. 13 Hi-Y Council 23 Hi-Y Council Sec. 43 Theta
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-Pres. Hi-Y 43 Sec. Hi-Y 23 Gold Attendance Award. No.
ROBERT F. BARNES, "Bob," 27 Harlem Street. When the day is
done, I'll have my fun. Band 13 Orch. 13 Engineering Club 43 Honor
Guard3 Treas. Jr. COYDSQ Honor Roll 1. No. 23. U. of R.
HETTY-JEAN BARTH, 51 Calumet Street. Skyhigh in more
ways than one. German Chorus 23 French Honor Society 3, 43
German Honor Society 43 Beta Tri-Y 3, 43 I. R. C. 2, 43 National
Honor Society 43 Honor Rollg Pres. French Honor 4. Seneca School,
DORIS K. BARTLETT, t'Dorie," 255 Sagamore Drive. Serene and refined,
divinely designed. G. S. A. 2, 33 French Honor Society 43 National Honor
Society 43 German Club 43 Beta Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll3 Psyhcology Club 43
Vice-Pres. Tri-Y 3, 43 Pres. German Club 4. Seneca School, Irondequoit.
JOHN BARTLEY, "Jack," 357 S. Clinton Ave. Through the hoop
with a happy whoop. Hi-Y3 H. R. Basketball 43 Honor Roll 2. St.
Mary's. University of Toronto.
FLORENCE BARTRON, "Honey," 1789 South Avenue. A lassy
quiet, clever, sunnyg the perfect name for her is Honey. G. S.
A. 23 Jr. Chorus3 Social and Tap Dancing 43 Career Club 43 Correa
spondence Club 43 H. R. Sec. 1, 43 Corridor Aide 4. No. 24. Brockport
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CLAYTON BITTKER, "Fizz," 282 Laburnum Crescent. An all round
man, and a man all around. Franklin. Mechanics Institute.
ROGER D. BLANK, "Rog," 130 Laburnum Crescent. Government-
Oh Government! I. R. C. 3, 4, Monroe Life 2, 3, Jr. Track, Camera Club
3, Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, Forum, Honor Roll 1, 2, Sec. I. R. C., Business
Manager of Monroe Life 3. No. 23. Syracuse University.
GERALD LEE BRIDGE, "Jerry," 694 Park Avenue. California,
here I come! Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Artcraft Club 1, 2, Archaeology
Club 3, 4, Jr. Swimming, Honor Roll 1, 2, Honor Guard, Capt.
H. R. Basketball, Capt. H. R. Baseball. No. 23. University of
THOMAS BERNARD BRIGHAM, "Tom,', 630 Parsells Avenue. A sports-
man he will always be. Engineering 4, Aviation Club 1, 2, Band 2, 3, Alpha
Hi-Y 4, H. R. Basketball, H. R. Pres. 2, 1, H. R. Vice-Pres. 3. Blessed Sacra-
RICHARD D. BROOKS, "Dick," 103 Lansdale Street. Perhaps he's
sick, in love, or hath not dined. Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Aviation Club 2,
H. R. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Beta Hi-Y 3, Vice-Pres. H. R. 2.
No. 35. Union.
CAREY H. BROWN, JR., "Colonel," 202 Vassar Street. Life is
just a box of popcorn, and now and then you strike a colonel.
H. R. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Track
3, 4, H. R. Basketball 2, 3, 4, "Seventeen" 3, Pres. H. R. 3, Cheer
Leader 3, Honor Roll, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Na-
tional Honor Society 4, Comm. of Athletics 4, Pres. Western N. Y.
Hi-Y Council 4, Corridor Aide Supt. 3, 4. No. 23. Cornell.
FRED E. BROWN, "Fritz," 740 Mt. Hope Avenue. Modesty is the best
policy. Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary Beta Hi-Y 3, 4. Immaculate Conception.
R. B. I.
MARION BROWN, "Brownie," 261 Mulberry Street. Marion's fond
of poetry, and we of her, assuredly. Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, Jr.
Corps, H. R. Secretary 3, 4, Monroe Life Representative 1, 2, 3. No. 24.
R. B. I.
MARJORIE ALICE BROWNE, "Marge," 90 Woodlawn Street.
In studies, she does very well, in fact in everything, She,S swell!
Science Club, G. S. A., Honor Roll. No. 7, Brighton. Mechanics.
ALFRED L. BUSH, "Al," 265 Henrietta Street. A bird in the hand-oh,
well, you know. Engineering Club 2, Track 2, 3, 4, "Once in a Lifetime" 3,
Cross Country 2, 3, Capt. H. R. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Aviation Club 3, Monroe
Life Representative 1, 2, 3, 4, Monrolog Representative 4, H. R. Pres. 4,
Honor Roll, Honor Guard, Forum 4. No. 35. Michigan.
CHARLES W. CACCAMISE, JR., "Coco,,' 22 Highland Parkway.
He's known as a "ham" in radio slang. His every attempt goes
over with a bang. Stamp Club 1, 2, Chess Club 1, 2, Radio Club 2,
Photography Club 1, Reserve Soccer 2, H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor
Roll. Washington Junior High. U. of R.
NOELLE FRANCES CADLE, "Noey," 515 South Avenue. joyeuse
Noelle! Baseball 1, Basketball 2, French Club 4, Correspondence
Club 3, 4, Monroe Life 3, 4, Swimming Club 1, Career Club 4,
G. S. A. 2, Athletic Awards. No. 24. Ann Arbor, Michigan.
HARRY D. CARHART, JR., 140 Rockingham Street. You're only Young's
once. Beta Hi-Y, Honor Guard, Honor Roll 1, Monroe Life, Assistant Sports
Editor 3, Sports Editor 4. No. 24. St. Lawrence University.
EDWARD CARLUCCI, "Ed,l' 41 North Goodman Street. Impersona-
tions? No sooner said than capably and Well done by Ed. H. R.
Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, Cross Country 3, H. R. Pres. 3. No. 31.
CATHERINE CARROLL, "Betty,,' 66 Brighton Street. Betty's
charming, fine, and shy. We know success won't pass her by.
Sigma Tri-Y 4. St. Mary's. Undecided.
AUDREY CARTER, "Aud," 168 Ashland Street. A friend to all. jr. Orch.,
jr. Swimming, jr. Chorus, jr. Red Cross. Fort Plain High, Fort Plain,
New York. R. B. I.
ROBERT LUTHER CARY, "Tex," 268 Alexander Street. All things
come to him who waits, but I would rather hurry. Theta Hi-Y 3, 4,
H. R. Basketball 3, 4. Port Isabel High, Port Isabel, Texas. Undecided.
JANE VIRGINIA CHRIST, "Christy," 947 S. Goodman Street.
Morden you know. Alpha Tri-Y 3, 4, G. S. A. 1, 2, 3, Jr. Chorus
1, 2, Sr. Chorus 3, 4, "Mikado" 3, Monroe Life Rep. 3, 4, Monroe
Life Reporter 4, Inter-High Preparatory Choir 2, 3, Inter-High
Choir 4, Honor Roll 2. No. 24. General Hospital.
MARY JANE CLARK, 'AJanie," 1050 South Avenue. It's me with all my
friends around me. G. S. A. 2, Career Club 4, Jr. Corps. Saint Boniface.
RUTH JEAN CODDINGTON, "Coddy," 200 Rockingham Street. Ruth
is charming, this we know, for all her friends have told us so.
G. S. A. 3, Jr. Chorus 2, Sr. Chorus 3, Red Cross 1, Red Cross Pres. 1,
H. R. Secretary 1, No. 15. General Hospital.
SHERMAN COHEN, "Sherm," 700 University Avenue. A person
with an open mind-a rarity you'lI seldom Iind. Archaeology
Club 3, Adelphians 3, 4, Honor Roll, National Honor Society.
jefferson. U. of R.
STANLEY COLLIER, "Stan," 121 Beckwith Terrace. Now we know that
deep rivers don't How silently. Chess Club 1, German Club 4, Golf Team 4,
Monroe Life Staff, National Honor Society 3, 4, Jr. Honor Guard, Sec. German
Club 4. No. 1. Undecided.
HIRAM COLWELL, "Hi," 116 Meigs Street. Hi, Colwell. H. R. Base-
boll 2, 3, H. R. Basketball 2, 3, Reserve Basketball 4, H. R. Soccer 2.
No. 24. Ryan Flying School.
ALICE CONHEADY, 6 Dover Park. When Irish eyes are smiling.
Corridor Aide 3, Beta M-Y 2, 3, 4, Psychology Club 4, Monrolog 4,
G. S. A. 2, 3, H. R. Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Honor Guard, Pres.
Jr. Corps, National Honor Society. No. l. U. of R.
JOHN CONNOLLY, 929 Meigs Street. Act well thy part. Monroe Life 2,
Assembly Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 3, Backstage Work 2, 3, H. R. Pres.
1, 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 2, 3, National Honor Society 4. Blessed Sacrament.
U. of R.
CHARLES H. CONRAD, A'Buster," 15 Fountain Street. Happy is he
and worry free. jr. Basketball, H. R. Baseball 3, H. R. Basketball
2, 3, 4, H. R. Soccer 2, 3, 4, Reserve Baseball 1, Shop Baseball 2, 3, 4,
Sr. Baseball 2, 3, 4. No. 24. Southern California
ELEANOR RUTH COOK, "Cookie," 3 Van Street. Always amiable
and demure. Jr. Choir, G. S. A. No. 1, Brighton. Mechanics.
MARY ELIZABETH COOK, "Betty," 244 Edgerton Street. joyous rrzirth-
on this sad earth. Gamma M-Y 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club 3, jr. Corps, Monrolog
Staff 4, Council 4, Ushering 3, 4, Vice-Pres. of Gamma M-Y 4, Sec. Stamp
Club 3, Honor Guard, National Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll, French Honor
Society 3, 4, Pres. French Honor Society 4, Sect. jr. Corps, Comm. Social
Welfare 4. No. 23. Skidmore.
BETTY A. CORBETT, HBetts," 603 Park Avenue. Of all the girls, the
class throughout, Bett's sweetness will stand out. Bookshelf 1, 2,
3, 4, Sr. Chorus 2, 3, Jr. Corps, Jr. Chorus, G. S. A. 2, Leadership 1,
Pres. Bookshelf 4, Honor Roll. No. 23. R. B. I.
AMES CURCHIN, "Curch," 23 Thayer Street. A small man with
' a large reputation. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer
2, 3, 4, H. R. Pres. 1, H. R Sec. 2. No. 23. Undecided.
LOIS D. DALE, "Loie," 389 Rockingham Street. Haste makes waste, but
why worry. Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Ink Slingers 1, Bookshelf 1, 2, 3, Beta Tri-Y
2, 3, 4, French Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-Pres. French Honor Society 4, H. R.
Sec. 2, G. S. A. 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pres. Ink Slingers 1, Sec. Chess
Club 3, Pres. Chess Club 3, Chairman of Jr. Bookshelf, Soc. Chairman of
Bookshelf 3, Soc. Chairman of Beta Tri-Y 3, Sec. and Treas. Beta Tri-Y 4.
No. 35. Middlebury.
ZADIA DEFREZE, 175 Monroe Avenue. She finds a smile is quite
worth while. Sigma Tri-Y 3, 4, jr. Baseball, Sr. Baseball 2, G. S. A. 2.
No. 24. Undecided.
FERRIS DETHLEFS, "Ferry," 303 Monroe Avenue. Here's a lad
that will not tarry, straight up the ladder goes our "Ferry."
H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Baseball 1, Volley Ball Manager
2. H. R. Pres. 3, Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Corps. No. 15. Mechanics
LEROY DICKINSON, "Roy," 51 Allendale Street. A regular all-american
boy-that description just fits Roy. H. R. Basketball, Capt. Shop Baseball,
Capt. Volley Ball. No. 28. Mechanics Institute.
ANTHONY DONAHUE, "Tony," 359 Caroline Street. A hail fellow,
well met. Industrial Glee Club 3, 4, Volley Ball 1, H. R. Basketball 2,
Shop Baseball 2, 3, Honor Roll. St. Boniface. Oswego State Normal.
HARRIETT ANNE DONALD, 144 Pinnacle Road. When silent,
she's thought charming. Her speech removes all doubt. Beta
Tri-Y 2, 4, Sr. Chorus 2, 4, G. S. A. 2. Corydon, Iowa. Iowa State.
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JOHN SULLIVAN DRAY, "Jack," 514 Clinton Avenue South. School's all
right, but it breaks the day up so. Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3, Driver's Club 2,
Junior High Swimming 1, Junior High Baseball, Mgr., Homeroom Basketball
Capt. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Basketball 2, Assembly Program 1. St. Mary's,
No. 13. University of Alabama.
MARIE A. DUBIE, 269 Broadway. In lii'e's melodious song she trills
sweetly along. Jr. Corps, Jr. Chorus, Jr. Operetta, Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 4,
"Mikado" 3, G. S. A. 2, 3, Monrolog 2, 4, Assembly Programs, Sec. Sr.
Chorus 4, Honor Roll, Sr. Chorus Award 3. S.S. Peter 85 Paul. Undecided.
HELEN DUFF, "Duffy," 147 Glendale Park. Genius burns?
Helen's inflamrnable. Jr. Dramatics Club, G. S. A. 3, Jr. Corps,
Jr. Ink Slingers 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, Jr. Basketball. Corpus Christi.
Robert Parker Hospital.
JOE DYGERT, "Josie," 64 Alexander Street. A reg'lar fellow. Cross Coun-
try 4, Stamp Club 3, Shop Baseball 3, 4, H. R. Baseball 2, H. R. Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4. No. 13. Mechanics Institute.
WENDELL C. ECKLER, "Windy," 890 Clinton Avenue South. He is
every senior's friend, loyal to the very end. Baseball 1, 2, Soccer 1,
H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Pres. 1, 2. Charlotte. University of
LOIS ELLER, "Toots," 12 Donlon Street. Lois ever will achieve.
We're all sorry she must leave. G. S. A. 1, H. R. Secretary 2.
No. 23. R. B. I.
GERTRUDE ERENSTONE, "Gertie," 24 Alliance Avenue. Happy all day
long is she. Seldom known to disagree. Basketball 3, 4, Monroe Life
Representative 3, 4. West High. Cornell.
RICHARD ERWIN, 97 Caroline Street. Second thoughts are ever
wiser. No. 13. Undecided.
MARY ELLEN FERRIS, "Mary," 28 Highland Parkway. She
need not bluff her way through life. She's got the stuff to win
sans strife. "Mikado" 3, Swimming Club, Jr. Corps, Business Club,
Basketball 4, Leadership. No. 24. Mechanics Institute.
IRVING M. FINESTONE, "Bucky,,' 251 Berkeley Street. Here's to a lad-
always so plucky. Versatile genius-that's Irving QBuckyD. H. R. Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, Riding Club 3, Monroe Life 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 2, 3,
Playmakers 4, Jr. Corps, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Agora 2, I. R. C. 3, Ink Slingers 1,
H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 2, Pres. Photography Club 2, 3. No. 23.
SELDEN B. FISHER, "Sel," 52 Florenton Drive. No lazy, loafing, idle
wisher. A witty, willing Worker-Fisher. Riding Club 2, 3, Fencing
Club 4, Jr. Corps, Monroe Life Reporter 2, Features Editor Monroe
Life 3, "Once in a Lifetime" 2, "Mikado" 3, "Seven Keys to Baldpate" 3,
t'Seventeen" 4, Adelphians 3, 4, Treas. Adelphians 3, Pres. Adelphians 4,
Vice-Pres. Class 2, 3, H. R. Pres. 1, Vice-Pres. Student Assoc. 4, Corridor
Aide 4, Assembly Programs 1, 2, 3, Prs. of Forum 4. Seneca School,
Irondequoit. U. of R.
J. RAYMOND FISKE, "Ray," 66 Gold Street. Baseball is his
hobby-so he'll breeze along and on he'll go. H. R. Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Baseball 3, 4, Honor Roll 1. No. 24. Undecided.
SARAH FLATEAU, "Sally," 116 Boardman Street. Her future-Sarah of
Syracuse! Bookshelf 1, 2, German Club 3, 4, I. R. C. 3, 4, G. S. A. 1, 2, 3,
Honor Roll, G. S. A. Representative 2, 3. No. 15. Syracuse.
RALPH T. FLETCHER, "Pete," 111 Cobbs Hill Drive. Here's a man
who can't be beat. Very competent is Pete. No. 1. R. B. I.
RICHARD FLUTTS, "Dick," 143 Park Avenue. Today I Y'am a
man. Jr. Baseball, Reserve Soccer 2, 3, Soccer 4, H. R. Athletics
2, 3, H. R. Sec. 2, 3, 4. St. Boniface. Mechanics Institute.
IMOGENE FLYNN, "Gene," 12 Vick Park B. Common? Average? We'll
say not! just what e'er it takes-she's got. G. S. A. 2, 3, Corridor Aide 4,
Beta MVY 2, 3, 4, Riding Club 2, Correspondence Club 4, French Club 4,
Monroe Life Reporter 3, Career Club 4, Sec.-Treas. Beta M-Y 3, Pres. Beta
4. Sacred Heart Convent. Wellesley.
ROBERT FOULDS, "Bob," 158 So. Winton Road. No wrinkles, just
nice, neat Foulds. Jr. Chorus, Sr. Chorus 2, Science Club 1, Jr. Grad.
Program, H. R. Pres. 1, 2, Honor Roll. No. 1. U. of R.
ERNEST FRANK, "Ernie,', 365 Canterbury Road. Never a day
without a prank, that's the life of Ernest Frank. Tennis Team
3, 4, Engineering Club 4, Adelphians 3, 4, Monroe Life 1, 2, Jr.
Orch., H. R. Basketball 2, 3, Honor Guard. No. 35. M. I. T.
RUTH FRANK, "Frankie," 727 Linden Street. A sporting proposition.
Leadership 13 Swimming 13 Track Meet 13 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 43 Game Club 13
Hockey 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 3 ,43 Book-
store 3, 43 Honor Roll 23 Sec. Girls' Athletic Committee. No. 24. R. B. I.
JOSEPH R. FRANKLIN, "Joe," 19 Furman Crescent. On through life
as he does go, our best wishes follow joe. Jr. Baseball3 Jr. SOCCCTQ
Sr. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. No. 13. Mechanics Institute.
PAUL FROMM, "Wild Man," 90 Ellicott Street. Fromm Monroe
goes Paul. Felicitations and all. Bowling 43 H. R. Basketball 3, 43
H. R. Pres. 4. West. Undecided.
RUBIN GELDIN, "Rube," 280 Field Street. Happy go lucky. H. R. Bas-
ketball 1, 2. No. 35. Undecided.
MARY ELIZABETH GERAGHTY, "Betty," 29 Thayer Street. Color-
ful as confetti, variety names our Betty. Basketball 1, 23 Bookshelf
1, 2, 3, 43 I. R. C. 23 Leadership 1, 23 Baseball 13 German Club 43 Pres.
of Bookshelf. No. 35. Strong Memorial Hospital.
LOIS GERBER, "Loie," 489 Benton Street. In French it's
"petite," in English it's "sweet" Beta Tri-Y 3, 43 German Club
43 G. S. A. 2, 33 Jr. COYDSQ Career Club 4. No. 35. Ann Arbor.
VIRGINIA GILBERT, "Ginny," 852 Monroe Ave. Hfonest labor bears a
lovely face. Swimming Club 4. Hayleton Senior High, Hayleton, Penna.
HENRIETTA ESTELLE GOLD, "Hank," 843 South Goodman Street.
True blue and good as her name. Basketball 23 G. S. A. 23 Bookshelf
2, 33 I. R. C. 33 Honor R0llQ French Honor Society 3, 4. No. 24. Albany
LORRAINE ANN GOODLEIN, "Lorrie," 39 Nicholson Street.
Dependability personified. Jr. Corps3 Game Club 13 Baseball
1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Volley Ball 3, 43 Soccer 2, 33 Hockey 3, 43
Honor Ro1l3 Capt. Volley Ball 33 Shorthand Awards. St. Boniface.
R. B. I.
EDNA GOODMAN, "Goody," 66 Harvard Street. Try and keep this Good-
man down. G. S. A. 33 Honor Roll. No. 23. Niagara University.
ROBERT J. GRAB, "Bob," 210 Highland Parkway. Watch his gameg
it'l1 bowl you over. Bowling 4. No. 24. U. of R.
ALICE M. HALL, 103 Shephard Street. Alice is slim and tall,
Boys, here's a Hall. Beta Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 G. S. A. 2, 33 German
Club 43 Corridor Aide 43 Pres. Beta Tri-Y 33 Sec. Beta, Tri-Y 43
Pres. H. R. 23 Vice-Pres. German Club 4. No. 35. Cornell University.
FRANCES MARY HANRATH, "Fran," 49 Comfort Street. just name
something she can't do. Things there are--but very few. Baseball 2, 3, 43
Basketball 3, 43 Volley Ball 3, 43 Soccer 3, 43 Hockey 43 Tap 33 Jr. COYPSQ
Swimming3 Captain Baseball 3. No. 12-13. Undecided.
LESTER W. HANSEN, "Les," 38 Rockingham Street. Musical and
punctual. Sr. Orch.3 Jr. Orch.3 Jr. Baseball3 H. R. Baseball3 H. R.
Soccer3 H. R. Basketball3 Honor Ro1l3 Attendance Awards. No. 24.
Merchant Marine School.
RICHARD R. HASTINGS, "Dick," 81 Pearl Street. He's the
drummer man in the band. Jr. Band and Orch.3 Sr. Band and
Orch. 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 33 Bowling 43 Homeroom Pres. 1, 3, 4.
No. 15. Undecided.
CHARLES HEINRICH, "Heinie," 200 Mt. Vernon Avenue. Why worry?
St. Boniface. Undecided.
LILLIAN ANNE HERBST, "Lil," 492 Caroline Street. Quiet but
thoughtful, her record speaks for itself. Jr. COTPSQ Game Club 13
Soccer3 Sr. Leaders' Club 23 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball
1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 33 Honor Roll. St. Boniface. R. B. I.
LOIS JOAN HETTIG, "Lowie," 212 So. Goodman Street. Lois is a
jolly lass, she's a favorite in our class. G. S. A. 2, 33 Sigma
Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 Riding Club 2, 3, 43 Golf Club 23 Sr. Chorus 2, 33
Meliora 23 H. R. Vice-Pres. 33 Social Sec. Sigma Tri-Y 4. Durand
Eastman, Irondequoit. Mechanics Institute.
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HARLOW HILTON, "Slim," 123 Chestnut Street. A rugged individualist.
Stamp Club 1, 25 Shop Baseball 1, 35 H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 35 H. R. Baseball 15
Manager Shop Baseball 3. No. 52. Undecided.
WILLIAM J. HOLLA, "Bill," 1825 South Avenue. Bill does well what
he undertakes. His sense of humor never quakes. H. R. Vice-Pres. 15
H. R. Prs. 2. No. 24. American Academy of Embalming and Restorative
ELIZABETH B. HOLMES, "Betty," Oak Lane. Silence is golden
-I'm off the gold standard. Beta M-Y 2, 3, 45 Leadership 45
H. R. Pres. 25 Honor Roll 35 Council 35 Comm. of Social Welfare 3.
Allen Creek School, Brighton. Middlebury.
ELLIS IRVING HORMATS, "Einstein," 329 Field Street. What's he got
that I haven't got? Science Club 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 3, 45 Engineering Club
2, 45 Visual Aid Club 45 Camera Club 15 Jr. Corps5 Pres. Science Club 2, 35
Honor Roll5 Pres. Chess Club 3, 45 H. R. Sec. 1. No. 13. Rensselaer Polytechnic
GEORGE RAYMOND HOUSEWORTH, 76 Wilmington Street. His
sparkling wit his friends beguile, he's always generous with his
smiles. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orch. 1, 2, 3, 45 H. R. Baseball 1, 25 H. R. Basket-
ball 35 H. R. Sec. 15 H. R. Treas. 2, 3. No. 35. Mechanics Institute.
BETTY ANN HOWLAND, "Boots," 2 Bly Street. In life's square
meal sports are "Boot's" dish. Artette Club 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3,
45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 2, 3, 45 Bowling 45
Volley Ball 3, 45 Swimming Club 3, 45 Tennis 3, 45 H. R. Vice-Pres.
2, 35 Capt. Basketball5 Capt. Baseball, Capt. Soccer. No. 24.
HELEN SIMMS HUSK, "Hel,l' West Henrietta, N. Y. Admirable each
quality lacking not in quantity. Sigma Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Corps5 Pres.
Sigma Tri-Y 25 Vice-Pres. Sigma Tri-Y 35 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Phelps Union
and Classical High, Phelps, N. Y. R. B. I.
RAE ISABELLE HUSK, West Henrietta, N. Y. Pleasant and gay
always-that's Rae. Jr. Chorus5 Sr. Chorus 35 Sigma Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 45
Jr. Corps5 Social Chairman of Sigma Tri-Y 2, 35 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3.
Phelps Union and Classical High, Phelps, N. Y. Geneseo Normal.
FRED SCOTT JENSEN, 804 Landing Road. The strength of
thine own aim is their salvation. Monroe Life Assist. Sports
Editor 45 Monroe Life Sports Editor 45 French Club 45 Mgr. H. R.
Basketball 1, 25 Monrolog 45 Honor Roll5 H. R. Vice-Pres. 2, 4.
Indian Landing, Brighton. Princeton.
ANNE JOHANISON, "Nan," 34 Sanford Street. Here, at last, is a novelty,
never an enemy had she. Baseball 25 Basketball 25 Swimming 35 Alpha
Tri-Y 2, 3, 45 Monroe Life 3, 45 Tennis 2, 35 Career Club 45 G. S. A. 25 Monroe
Life Feature Editor 35 Monroe Life Associate Editor 45 Class Vice-Pres. 45
Sec. Alpha Tri-Y 25 Vice-Pres. Alpha Tri-Y 35 Social Chairman Alpha Tri-Y 4.
Central High, Ypsilanti, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich.
JOHN PHELPS JOHONNOTT, "Johnnie," 158V2 Park Avenue. Avia-
tion, here I come, Field and Stream 3, 45 Engineering Club 45 Sr. Chorus
35 H. R. Basketball5 Monroe Life Representative. No. 37. U. of Michigan,
RUTH CECYLE KAHN, "Cecyle," 78 Shepard Street. jolly is her
middle name. G. S. A. 2, 35 Sr. Orch. 25 Golf Club 25 Craftsman
Guild 35 Aviation Club 35 Career Club 45 H. R. Pres. 2. No. 35.
JOSEPH W. KALB, 15 Weider Street. Let us make hay while the sun
shines. Honor Roll 2, 35 Attendance Awards 1, 2, 3, 4. St. Boniface. Undecided.
FRANCES KAMMER, "Fran," 50 Cypress Street. Virtue without
pretention is this maid's contention. Science Club 15 Stamp Club
1, 25 German Chorus 25 Corridor Aide 35 Bookshelf 1, 2, 3, 45 G. S. A.
2, 3, 45 Agora 45 National Honor Society 45 Sec. Bookshelf 35 Treasurer
Bookshelf 45 Sec. Agora 45 Honor Roll 1, 2. No. 13. Cornell.
HYMAN KAPLAN, "Hy," 264 Park Avenue. A lengthy likable
lad. Adelphians 2, 3, 45 H. R. Basketball 2, 35 H. R. Baseball 25
H. R. Soccer 2. No. 23. Undecided.
RUTH T. KAPLOW, "Ruthie," 38 Atkinson Street. Small, dark, and well-
liked. G. S. A. 2, 35 Monroe Life 35 Globe Trotters 3, 45 French Club 45 Jr.
Corps5 Career Club 45 I. R. C. 45 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Thomas Beecher School,
Elmira, N. Y. Undecided.
RUTH KARNES, "R. K.," 153 Griffith Street. No angler ever cast a
line like this. Riding Club 25 G. S. A. 1, 2, 35 Monroe Life 3, 45 Jr. Corps
Play5 Swimming 15 H. R. Pres. 25 Monroe Life Representative in Council.
No. 15. U. of R.
ROBERT C. KASEMAN, "Casey,,' 30 Fountain Street. The mighty
"Casey." Jr. Baseba1l5 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Reserve Basketball 4.
Aquinas. Carnegie Tech.
JAMES KELSO, "Jim," 820 E. Main Street. With a song in my heart.
Chorus 43 Drama 33 Vice-Pres. 13 Honor Roll. DeVeaux Military Academy,
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Ohio State University.
PAUL C. KENDALL, 11 Lakeview Park. The boys like him, and the
girls too. Track 3, 43 Cross Country 3, 43 Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Seneca
School, Irondequoit. Duke University.
ANNABELL KENNICUTT, "Anne," 393 Court Street. Fare thee
well, Annabell. CareerClub 4. Irondequoit High. R. B. I.
JAMES BARNARD KITTRELL, "Jim," 369 Westminster Road. f'School
is a lot of fun at that." H. R. Pres. 23 Beta Hi-Y 2, 3. No. 23. Cornell.
MYRON KELIN, "Mike," 114 Edgerton Street. Mike and Ike-they
look alike-but this Mike outshines them all. Science Club 13
Archeology Club 33 French Club 43 H. R. Pres. 23 Honor Roll3 Honor
Guard3 National Honor Society. No. 23. Syracuse.
RUTHE MARIE KORNDOERFER, "Kornie," 87 Sanford Street.
Here's vivacity. Monroe Life 33 Tap Dancing 1, 23 G. S. A. 2, 33
Jr. COFDSQ Career Club 43 Corridor Aide 43 Honor Roll. No. 13.
ARLINE FRANCES KRAMER, 26 Nicholson Street. A merry heart doth
good like medicine. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Game Club3
Jr. Corps3 Soccer 3, 43 Hockey 3, 43 Volley Ball 3, 4. St. Boniface. Undecided.
IRVING KREMER, "Irv," 105 Laburnum Crescent. When thou
entereth the world conduct thyself as the people of the world.
Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Civics 2, 33 Photography Club 23 Stamp Club 3, 43
Cross Country 33 Track 3, 43 Jr. Corps3 H. R. Basketball 2, 33 Volley
Ball 1, 2, 33 Honor Roll3 Honor Guard3 Vice-Pres. Civics Club 3. No. 35.
U. of R.
ELEANOR KRENZ, "Eli,', 122 Cypress Street. Our future secre-
tary. Honor Roll 2, 3. No. 13. R. B. I.
AGNES OLGA LANDERS, "Aggie," 49 Reservoir Avenue. Her poise and
personality will "lander" some place. Riding Club 2, 33 Alpha Tri-Y 2, 3,
43 Basketball 2, 33 Forum 1, 2g Tennis 2, 33 Sr. Chorus 1, 23 Correspondence
Club 3, 43 Monroe Life 43 Monrolog 43 Career Club 43 M-Y, Tri-Y Council 43
G. S. A. 1, 2, 33 Jr. Corps3 Ushering 43 Honor Roll3 Honor Guard3 National
Honor Society 43 H. R. Vice-Pres. 13 H. R. Sec. 23 Vice-Pres. Alpha Tri-Y 23
Pres. Alpha Tri-Y 43 D. 85 C. Correspondent 43 Mechanics Institute Fellowship
Scholarship. No. 24. Michigan, Ann Arbor.
DOROTHY CONSTANCE LEE, "Lee-Lee," 408 Beresford Road.
There's nothing as Constance as Dot. Agora 1, 2, 3, 43 Globetrotters
3, 43 Meliora 23 G. S. A. 2, 33 I. R. C. 2, 33 German Club 23 German
Honor Society 43 Monroe Life 33 Pres. Globetrotters 3, 43 Vice-Pres. Agora
43 Sect.-Treas. Agora 1, 2, 3. Seneca School, Irondequoit. Denison.
MARION RUTH LEE, 38 Hamilton Street. Versatility plus.
Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Volley Ball 2, 3, 43 Sr. Chorus 33
Bowling 43 Monrolog 43 jr. COYPSQ Career Club 43 Gamma M-Y 4,
G. S. A. 2, 33 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Hockey 33 Swimming 43 Honor Roll3
H. R. Sec. 3, 43 H. R. Vice-Pres. 33 Attendance Awards. No. 13.
U. of R.
HARRIS LEROY, "Harry," 89 Kelly Park. Harris to Leroy! H. R. Basket-
ball 2, 33 H. R. Volley Ball 13 Shop Baseball 1, 2, 33 Attendance Award. No. 7,
Brighton. Mechanics Institute.
MARGARET LETTER, "Margie,,' West Henrietta. Like a letter-
friendly or businesslike on occasion. Sr. Chorus 2, 33 Piano Club 23
Archeology 2. No. 8, West Henrietta. Undecided.
ROBERT LEWIS, "Bob," 554 Merchants Road. My object all
sublime I shall achieve in time-to make the punishment fit
the crime. Agora 3, 43 Wrestling Club 1, 23 H. R. Basketball 2, 33
H. R. Baseball 2, 33 Corridor Patrol 2, 3, 43 Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 43 Phi
Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Mikado 33 Monrolog 43 Assembly Programs 3, 43
Hi-Y Sports League 33 Hi-Y Council 43 Sec. Phi Delta Hi-Y 33
Vice-Pres. Phi Delta 43 Capt. H. R. Basketball. No. 33. U. of R.
ELINOR LOUISE LINKNER, "El," 435 Broadway. It is good to live and
learn. Geneva High, Geneva, N. Y. Business School.
MARION I. LOEWER, "Mil," 48 Darwin Street. Marion's ideals are
too high to Loewer. Sr. Chorus 2, 43 G. S. A. 2. No. 1. Undecided.
HELEN JANE LOWE, "Jane," 172 Rockingham Street. Sweet and
Lowe. Beta M-Y 43 Monroe Life 33 Assembly Programs 1, 2. No. 24.
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IVAR ATKINSON LUNDGAARD, A'Bud," 206 Castlebar Road. Smo-o-th.
jr. Orch.5 Corridor Aide 45 Track 3, 45 Reserve Cross Country 35 Reserve
Basketball 35 Cross Country 45 Basketball 45 H. R. Baseball 15 H. R. Basket-
ball 1, 25 H. R. Pres. 25 H. R. Vice-Pres. 25 Honor Roll 1, 25 National Honor
Society 4. No. 1. U. of R.
FRANK R. LYTLE, "Bud," 60 Avon Place. Frank, but not Lytle.
Attendance Awards. Blessed Sacrament. Undecided..
ROSEMARY AGATHA MAGUIRE, "Rosie," 457 Pearl Street.
I've got your number. Career Club 4. Ontario High, Ontario, N. Y.
JAMES MANNHARDT, "Jimmie," 1 Kirby Place. Wait 'till my work's
done-then I'll play. jr. Corps5 I. R. C. No. 13. Post Graduate.
ANN MARCELLUS, 370 Westminster Road. Beautiful, but not so
dumb. Corridor Aide 4. Irondequoit High. Erskine School.
LOIS MARQUARDT, "Loey," 522 Benton Street. Swing high,
swing Loey, but swing. Sigma Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 45 jr.
Corps5 Basketball 15 Career Club 45 Sec. H. R. 2, 45 National Honor
Society5 French Honor Society 3, 45 Honor Roll5 Honor Guard5
Attendance Awards. No. 35. Undecided.
DOROTHY JANE MARSHALL, 509 Mt. Hope Avenue. I have often re-
gretted nzy speech, never my silence. Basketball 15 G. S. A. 2, 35 jr. Corps5
Career Club 45 Honor Roll5 Monroe Life Representative 45 Attendance Awards
1, 2. No. 13. Geneseo Normal.
BETTIE MASON, 2 Girard Street. Don't thank me boys, it comes
natural. Alpha M-Y 2, 3, 45 Leadership 2, 3, 45 Assembly Play 15 Book-
shelf 15 jr. Corps5 Class Social Chairman 25 H. R. Pres. 45 H. R. Sec. 35
H. R. Vice-Pres. 15 Honor Guard5 Honor Roll. No. 23. U. of R.
MARGARET MCCALLA, "Marge," 16 Pembroke Street. Can we
ever have too much of a good thing? Honor Roll5 Sec. H. R. 15
Typing Awards 25 Shorthand Award 25 Corridor Aide 4. No. 35.
R. B. I.
RUTH MCDONALD, "Mac," 292 East Henrietta Road. Gee but you're
swell. Alpha Tri-Y 3, 45 Soccer Club 2, 3, 45 Hockey 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Volley Ball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll. No. 49. University of Wiscon-
THOMAS A. McDOWELL, "Tommy," 102 Colby Street. Men, like
bullets, go farthest when they're smooth. Reserve Soccer 25 Soccer
3, 45 Track 45 Beta Hi-Y. No. 23. Colgate.
VERONICA J. MCFARLAND, "Ronny," 60 Gregory Street. Here's
to Ronnie-a lassie bonnie. Monroe Life Reporter 25 Corridor
Aide 35 Dramatics 35 Career Club 45 Monrolog 45 H. R. Vice-Pres. 1.
Immaculate Conception. R. B. I.
NORMAN McKEE, "Fibber," 30 Richard Street. Where's Molly? Corridor
Patrolg Corridor Aide. Madison. Undecided.
CHARLES MCQUATTERS, "Spider," 462 Linden Street. Rhythm and
Romance. H. R. Baseball 3, 45 Stamp Club 35 Typing Awards 2. No. 24.
R. B. I.
CONSTANCE MERWIN, "Connie," 41 Avondale Park. Pep, vim,
and violin. Jr. Corps5 Orch. 1, 2, 3, 45 Gamma M-Y 2, 3, 45 Inter-
High Orch. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. S. A. 1, 2, 35 Career Club 45 Concertmeister
of Orch. 45 H. R. Sec. 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Honor
Guard5 Honor RoIl5 Vice-Pres. and Treas. of Gamma M-Y 45 Sec. Sr.
Leaders 2. No. 35. Smith College.
CARL MESITI, "Melly," 22 Hickory Street. Saying is one thing, doing,
another. H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Industrial Glee Club 3, 45 Shop Baseball
2, 35 Wrestling 1, 25 Volley Ball 1. No. 13. Oswego State Normal.
RICHARD MYERS, 985 Harvard Street. Short, dark, and handsome,
but who cares about height anyway. Engineering Club 3, 45 Chemistry
Club 2, 35 Agora 35 Correspondence Club 35 Chess Club 45 H. R. Pres. 35
Honor Roll. No. 1. M. I. T.
BURDETTE MILES, 123 Comfort Street. And where there's
Miles there's smiles. Corridor Aide5 Attendance Awards5 Honor
Roll. No. 15. Undecided.
MARGARET MILLARD, "Peggy," 26 Vick Park B. Poise and personality.
French Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Alpha Tri-Y 4, I. R. C. 3, Career Club 4, Corri-
dor Aide 2, Honor Roll, Attendance Awards, H. R. Pres. 4, Sec. Alpha Tri-Y 4.
John Marshall. U. of R.
ALMA L. MILLER, 100 Mt. Vernon Avenue. I'd rather be short and
small than not a-tall. Jr. Corps, Honor Roll, Typing Awards,Shorthand
Awards. Benton Hall, Little Falls, N. Y. R. B. I.
HENRY J. MILLER, "Hank," 28 Sycamore Street. Wired for
personality. Stage Electrician 2, 3, 4. Blessed Sacrament. Mechanics.
VIRGINIA RUTH MILLER, "Ginny," 125 Catlebar Road. Ginny, a good
sport. Riding Club 2, 3, Sr. Chorus 2, 3, G. S. A. 2, 3, Golf Club 2, 3. West.
JANE MISH, "Janie," 255 Linden Street. If you aren't jane's friend
you're Mishing something. G. S. A. 2, 3, Gamma M-Y 4, Riding Club
3, Monrolog Staff, Career Club 4, Corridor Aide 3, Honor Roll. No. 24.
U. of R.
BILLY GERALD MOFFATT, "Don't muffitf' 18 Tracy Street.
When his chance comes-he won't mul? it. Reserve Soccer 3,
Tennis 4, H. R. Basketball, Capt. and Mgr. 1, 2, 3, H. R. Vice-Pres. 1.
No. 24. Stanford.
MARGARET ESTELLE MOLL, "Marge," 928 Monroe Ave. Life is a song.
G. S. A. 2, 3, Sr. .Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Corps, Mikado 3, Honor Roll. No. 35.
R. B. I.
MARY ANITA MORAN, 1781f2 Field Street. Sweet and neat. Game
Club 1, 2, Career Club 4, Sec. H. R. 2, Honor Roll. Blessed Sacrament.
School of Commerce.
SYLVIA B. MORRIS, "Beebe," 497 Oxford Street. Sylvia's hair is
like the nigh t. Bookshelf 3, Golf Club 2, G. S. A. 2, 3, 4, Basketball
2, French Club 4. No. 23. Business School.
ALICE I. MUNSON, "Ally," 168 Milburn Street. What we'd call lady-like.
Monroe High Orch. 2, 3, 4, Beta M-Y 2, 4, Inter-High Orch. 3, 4, Honor Roll,
National Honor Society 4. No. 1. Eastman School of Music.
JUNE G. MYERS, "Junie," 56 Greenview Drive. I must go, the world
is calling. G. S. A. 3, Mikado, Sr. Chorus 3, Tennis 2, Y. W. Girls' Club 2
No. 13. R. B. I.
JOE NELSON, "Swish," 48 Seager Street. Oh, Swish, H. R. Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley Ball 3, 4. Aquinas. Undecided.
FRANK L. NIED, JR., 209 Westminster Road. A future airplane designer.
Aquinas. Niagara University.
ELIZABETH NIXON, "Tish," Brightford Heights. Tish Way or that
way, it's Nixon romance. Gamma M-Y 2, 3, 4, Council 3, G. S. A. 2, 3,
Forum 1, 2, 3, Globetrotters 3, H. R. Pres. 1, 2, 3, Comm. Social Welfare 3,
Social Chairman Gamma M-Y 2. Allen's Creek School, Brighton. Denison.
WILLIAM EDWARD NIXON, "Bill," 75 Sycamore Street. Hi ya,
sport! H. R. Basketball Mgr. 1, H. R. Basketball Capt. 1, H. R.
Baseball Capt. 1, Attendance Award. No. 15. Undecided.
PAUL T. NORMAN, 40 Palisades Park. And tho hard be the task keep a
stiff upper lip. Stamp Club 1, 2, Dance Band 3, 4. Blessed Sacrament.
CHARLES ODENBACH, "Chuck," 350 Maplwood Avenue. Resolve
to be thyself, and know, that he who finds himself, loses his misery.
Nazareth Hall. Cornell.
JOHN ARCHER OSTRANDER, "Jack," 525 Averill Avenue. A
silent man of strength. Dramatics 2, Aviation Club 1, 2, 3, Gamma
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Corridor Patrol 1, 2, Monrolog 4, Assembly Programs
3, 4, Stamp Club 3, Jr. Corps, H. R. Pres. 1, 2, Sec. Gamma Hi-Y 3,
Vice-Pres. Gamma Hi-Y 4. No. 15. Mechanics Institute.
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GORDON HOWARD PARKER, "Gordy," 93 Winton Road South. About
this Teall person, Parker. What is it, just a lark-er? French Honor
Society 3, 43 Corridor Aide 23 Honor Guard3 H. R. Baseball 2, 33 Mgr. H. R.
Basketball 2, 33 Honor Roll 1, 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Bausch 85 Lomb
Science Award 43 Coordinating Editor of Monrolog 43 Pres. National Honor
Society 4. No. 1. Union.
SELMA PEARLMAN, "Sally," 930 Meigs Street. The pen is mightier
than the sword. Sr. Chorus 2, 33 Bookshelf 2, 33 I. R. C. 2, 33 G. S. A.
2, 33 Dancing 2, 33 Career Club 43 Baseball 23 Honor ROllQ Bookshelf
Award. No. 24. University of Syracuse.
JULIET ADELE PIERSON, "Julie," 110 Corwin Road. just as
good as she ought to be. G. S. A. 23 Riding Club 33 Sr. Chorus 4.
Brighton High. Undecided.
HELEN PINCK, "Pinkie," 625 South Clinton Avenue. Strike me Pink!
Flower Club 33 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball3 Jr. HM." No. 15. R. B. I.
FRANCES JEANNETTE PLATT, "Frannie," 356 Oxford Street. You
know I say nothing more than I mean-and nothing less. Riding
Club 1, 23 Corridor Aide 33 Vice-Pres. Class 33 Social Chairman G. S. A. 33
Social Chairman Beta M-Y 33 Beta M-Y 2, 3, 43 Vice-Pres. H. R. 2g
German Club 4. No. 23. Undecided.
EDWARD THORINGTON GRAY PLUMMER, "Ted," 136 S.
Union Street. But definitiely. Chorus 3, 43 Corridor Aide 43 Dra-
matics. East High. Undecided.
ELEANOR H. PORTER, "Ellie,,' 196 Brunswick Street. lt's the little things
in life that count. Sigma Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 Jr. COFPSQ Bookshelf 1, 23 Pres.
Sigma Tri-Y 3, 43 H. R. Vice-Pres. 43 Honor Guard3 Honor Roll 1, 23 Attend-
ance Awards. No. 23. U. of R.
WELLINGTON POTTER, "Duke," 96 Arbordale Avenue. Nonchal-
ance. French Play 23 Assembly Plays 1, 2, 3, 43 Forum 1, 23 Council 23
H. R. Athletics 13 Track 1, 23 Sr. Chorus 13 Pres. Sr. Chorus 13 H. R.
Pres. 13 No. 23. Undecided.
MARY LOU PRESCOTT, 759 East Avenue. Great thoughts
come from the heart. Nazareth. University of Buffalo.
MARGARET M. PRESS, "Peggy," 73 Monroe Avenue. The meek shall
inherit the earth. Jr. Corps. St. Boniface. R. B. I.
LOIS MINA PRINGLE, "Loey," 1795 South Avenue. Perseverance
in art should be rewarded. Aviation Club 13 Sr. Art Club 3. No. 49.
ADELAIDE R. PRYOR, "Addie," 344 Mt. Hope Avenue. Addie
has "Pryor" claim to rights as class vocalist. Girl Reserves3 Jr.
Chorusg Jr. Basketballg Sr. Basketball 1, 2, 33 Sr. Chorus 1, 2, 33
Assembly Programs. No. 15. Howard University.
RITA RANDTKE, 55 Sycamore Street. A quartette is where all four think
the other three can't sing. Soccer 23 Basketball 13 Baseball 13 Y Club 23
Sigma Tri-Y 3. Blessed Sacrament. Undecided.
MILDRED ALICE READ, "Toots," 380 Gregory Street. Patience is a
remedy for every sorrow. Honor Rollg Jr. Corps. No. 15. Undecided.
QUENTIN R. REMEIN, "Quent," 50 Presque Street. He thinks
too much: such men are dangerous. Aviation Club 33 Corridor
Patrol 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 3g Engineering Club 43 Beta Hi-Y 3, 43
H. R. Vice-Pres. 3, 43 Corridor Patrol Capt. 33 Honor Roll3 Pres.
Aviation Club 33 Jr. Baseball Manager3 Hi-Y Vice-Pres. 43 Honor
Guardg National Honor Society. Rochester Christian School. New
York State College for Teachers at Albany.
HARRY RICHARDS, "Bishop," 1068 Harvard Street. lt's hard to keep a
good man down. Baseball 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Basketball 43 H. R. Pres. 1.
JOAN RILEY, "Jo," 74 Thomas Avenue. An infectious smile-all the
while. Gamma M-Y 2, 3, 43 Leadership 2, 3, 43 G. S. A. 2, 33 H. R. Pres. 13
Monroe Life Representative 3, 43 Vice-Pres. Leadership 43 Social Chair-
man Gamma M-Y 43 Pres. Gamma M-Y 4. Seneca School, Irondequoit.
ROBERT C. ROBB, "Red,', 516 Humboldt Street. East side, west
side, all around the l town-thatls Red tripping the light
fantastic. Industrial Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Shop Baseball 1, 2,
3, 43 Honor Roll. East. Undecided.
ERNEST ROBERTSON, "Ace," 55 Windsor Street. Being slowly fried to
death in his own blushes. Track l, 2, 3, 49 Cross Country 3, 49 Fencing
3, 49 Basketball 3, 49 Aviation Club 29 Engineering Club 29 Swimming 19
Honor Roll 1, 29 Honor Guard9 H. R. Treas. 49 Athletic Awards 3, 4. No. 24.
U. of R.
ROBERT M. ROBERTSON, "Bob," 12 Thurlow Road. No one knows
what he can do 'till he tries. Aviation Club 2, 39 Field and Stream
Club 49 Riding Club 19 Visual Aid Club 49 German Club 49 Chess Club 39
H. R. Sec.9 Sec. of Field and Stream Club. No. 1, Laurelton. U. of R.
VIRGINIA E. ROBINSON, "Ginnie," 5 Woodlawn Street. Sweet
is the word for you. Sigma Tri-Y 2, 3, 49 Sec. Sigma Tri-Y 4.
Durand Eastman, Irondequoit. School of Commerce.
VERNE NORTON ROCKCASTLE, "Rocky," 56 Maryland Street. In years
to come I'll be the man on top of the trees. Engineering Club 49 Field and
Stream 2, 3, 49 Sr. Chorus 29 H. R. Pres. 19 H. R. Vice-Pres. 29 Honor Roll
1, 29 National Honor Society 3, 49 Pres. Engineering Club 49 Vice-Pres. Field
and Stream 49 Honor Guard. No. 34. Syracuse College of Forestry.
BETTY RODEBAUGH, "Bets," 909 Park Avenue. A school marm she
may be, but a charm school it will be. Alpha Tri-Y 2, 3, 49 Basketball
l, 49 H. R. Vice-Pres. 2, 39 G. S. A. 2, 39 Monroe Life Representative 29
Corridor Aide 4. No. 23. Teachers' College.
EUNICE BETTY RODIE, "Eunie," 15 Asbury Street. Short in
everything but her conversation. Swimming Club 19 jr. Corps9
G. S. A. 2, 39 Career Club 49 French Club 3, 49 Monroe Life Repre-
sentative 2, 39 Corridor Aide 49 Attendance Awards. No. 24. Highland
HARRY ROGACHEFSKY, "Rogie," 1337 Park Avenue. just call me
Harry R. H. R. Basketball9 H. R. Baseball 29 H. R. Vice-Pres.9 Monroe Life
Representative. No. 1. Undecided.
DONALD C. ROGERS, "Carp," 140 Richard Street. He is never less
at leisure than when at leisure. Jr. Soccer and Basketball9 Reserve
Soccer 3, 49 Reserve Basketball 3, 49 Track 2, 3, 49 Theta Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 49
Sec. Theta Hi-Y 29 Vice-Pres. Theta Hi-Y 39 Pres. Theta Hi-Y 49 Attend-
ance Awards. No. 15. R. B. I.
MARGARET ROLLINS, "Marg," 663 So. Clinton Avenue. The
girl with the vicious dimples. Baseball 39 Hockey 39 Basketball
3, 49 French Club 3, 4. Moravia High, Moravia, N. Y. Undecided.
LEONARD ROSENBERG, 9 Vassar Street. A good reputation is more
valuable than money. No. 33. Undecided.
PHYLLIS ELIZABETH ROWDEN, "Phyl," 83 Kimbark Road. Little
known, but there just the same. Microbe Hunters 39 G. S. A. 2, 39
Volley Ball 2, 3, 49 Basketball 2, 3, 49 Career Club 49-Baseball 2, 3, 49
Inter-Class Baseball 39 Corridor Aide 49 Corridor Aide Supervisor 49
Honor R0ll9 Attendance Awards9 Athletic Award. Indian Landing,
MARY RELLA RUSSELL, West Henrietta, Me and my bookbag,
together we stand, divided we fall. Sr. Chorus 29 Basketball 2, 3, 49
Baseball 2, 3, 49 Volley Ball 2, 39 Soccer 2, 3, 49 Hockey 49 Archeology
Club 2. No. 8, West Henrietta. Undecided.
ARLENE MARIE SAMPSON, "Spook," "Corky," 10 Walton Street. It's
the Sampson in me. Jr. Chorusg Tap Dancing 2, 39 Honor ROllQ Attendance
Award. No. 13. Undecided.
HOWARD J. SAMUELS, "Howie," 330 Westminster Road. Me, Mr.
Hawley, and the rest of the boys. Basketball 3, 49 Soccer 49 Tennis
2, 3, 49 Gamma Hi-Y 2, 39 Agora 29 Adelphians 3, 49 Monroe Life 29
Dramatics 3, 49 National Honor Society9 Pres. H. R. 2, 49 Honor Roll9
Vice-Pres. Student Assn. 39 Cheer Leader 29 J. R. Williams Trophy9
Vice-Prse. H. R. 39 Capt. H. R. Basketball and Soccer 29 Sports Editor
Monroe Life 3. No. 23. Cornell.
ELEANOR SAULSMAN, "Tootie," 240 Hazelwood Terrace. Ath-
letic, blond and friendly-oh boy, Basketball 3, 49 Baseball 3, 49
Volley Ball 49 Soccer 49 Hockey 49 Swimming 3, 4. Ithaca High,
Ithaca, N. Y. R. B. I.
VIRGINIA ALBERTA SCHALLER, "Ginny," 103 Reservoir Avenue. A
pleasing appearance is a silent recommendation. Swimming 19 Leader-
ship9 Career Club 49 Jr. Corps9 H. R. Sec. 29 Honor Roll. No. 24. Syracuse.
ROBERT E. SCHOENBERG, "Bob," 273 Brunswick Street. Will
Roger's successor as actor, and lariat manipulator. Track 3, 49
Chess 3, 49 Dramatics 39 Monroe Life 49 French Club 49 H. R. Basketball
Mgr. 3, 49 Honor Roll9 Monrolog 49 Vice-Pres. Chess Club. Charlotte.
HOWARD H. SCOTT, "Scotty," 821 East Main Street. Scotty is a
terrier with the women. Aviation Club 29 H. R. Basketball. No. 31.
M. I. T.
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MARY F. SCOTT, "Scottie," 1188 Mt. Hopc Avenue. l've Scott you under
my skin. G. S. A. 15 Sigma Tri-Y 3, 45 H. R. Sec. 4. St. Lucy's Academy,
Syracuse, N. Y. Syracuse Business School.
LORRAINE M. SHANNON, 194 Oxford Street. The river Shannon
Hows silently, and so do I. Swimming 45 Tennis 45 Basketball 35 Career
Club 4. Milton High, Milton, Mass. Undecided.
ROY M. SHARP, JR., "Sparky," 8 Amherst Street. Nothing dull
about Roy. German Club 45 Beta Hi-Y 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Cross
Country 45 Engineering Club 25 H. R. Basketball 2, 35 Monroe Life
Representative 2, 35 Honor Rollg Mgr. H. R. Basketball. No. 10.
MARVIN J. SHAVLAN, "Marv," 126 Vassar Street. Paraidse lost? He'll
find it. Adelphians 3, 45 Monroe Life 25 Assembly Programs 45 H. R. Basket-
ball 2, 35 H. R. Baseball 2, 35 Jr. Corps5 Photography Club 25 Vice-Pres.
Adelphians 45 Assist. Buisness Mgr. Monroe Life 35 Treas. Jr. Corps5 Corridor
Aide 35 Assoc. Editor Monrolog 45 Vice-Pres. H. R. 3, 45 Sec. H. R. 25 Advertisa
ing Mgr. Dance 45 Vice-Pres. Photography Club 25 Jr. Chorus5 Jr. Operetta 1.
No. 23. Illinois University.
RICHARD SHEIL, "Dick," 39 Sumner Park. One of the more octave
boys. Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 45 Inter-High Chorus5 Mikado5 Pres. Sr. Chorus 45
Palmyra High. Eastman School of Music.
FRED SIDEBOTHAM, "Si," 357 So. Goodman Street. Sidebotham
for President. Ind. Boys Glee Club5 Honor Roll. No. 46, Buffalo,
N. Y. Undecided.
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iMORTON L. SIMONS, "Red," 3 Laburnum Crescent. Red hair and a
i . sunny smile, what else could be asked? Corridor Aide 35 H. R. Basketball
2, 3, 45 Horseshoe Team 2, 3, 45 Interscholastic Horseshoe Pitching Winner for
1936. Madison Jr. High, Syracuse. Undecided.
WILLIAM F. SKIPWORTH, "Bill," 372 Hurstbourne Road. Our choice
for the average man. Jr. Corps5 H. R. Basketball 1, 25 Honor Roll.
N Laurelton, Irondequoit. Undecided.
JAMES SLOAN, "Rabbit," 50 Fountain Street. As good for your
1 health as Sloan's liniment. Delta Hi-Y5 H. R. Pres. 35 H. R.
.f Basketba115 Shop Baseballg Aquinas. Notre Dame.
HELEN C. SMITH, 6 Raymond Street. Not an uncommon name-an
unusual girl. Tennis5 Basketball5 Y. W. Club. Corpus Christi.
JANETH SPECKSGOOR," "Jan, 53 Landsdale Street. If girls were tall,
dark, and handsome that's what janeth would be. Nazareth
Academy. U. of R.
ROBERT SPRINGER, "Bob," 43 Rockingham Street. Wallace this
way-l. Jr. Baseball5 Res. Baseball 25 Sr. Baseball 2, 45 Res. Basket-
ball 35 Sr. Basketball 45 Golf 2, 35 Honor Roll5 H. R. Pres. 1, 2, 3, 45
Sec. Jr. Corps5 Pres. of Class 2, 35 Pres. Student Assn. 45 National
Honor Society. Blessed Sacrament. Stanford.
MARTHA STALDER, "Max," 4 Marjorie Court. Martha can't be Stalder
stopped. Sr. Chorus 3, 45 Basketball 25 Dancing Club 2, 35 Mikdao 35 Jr.
Red Cross5 G. S. A. 2, 35 Y. W. C. A. 25 Assembly Programs. No. 13. Undecided.
URSULA JANE STEVENS, 18 Werner Park. A Hower worthy of
paradise. No. 23. R. B. I.
RICHARD L. SWART, "Dick," 340 Mt. Hope Avenue. Cicerols
only rival. Agora 2, 35 I. R. C. 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Alpha Hi-Y 3, 45
Inter-High Band 2, 3, 45 Sr. Chorus 25 H. R. Vice-Pres. 2. No. 13.
BETTY STRAUCHEN, "Bet," 62 Highland Parkway. Our Bet for an all
'round grand girl. G. S. A. 2, 35 Riding Club 35 Gamma M-Y 3, 45 Jr.
Corps5 Career Club 45 Swimming 45 Honor Roll. No. 24. Oberlin.
EDWARD D. SWEENEY, "Ed," 2 Edmonds Street. There's Ed
Sweeney! Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Cheer Leader 25 Aviation Club 25
H. R. Soccer 2, 35 H. R. Baseball 25 Vice-Pres. Hi-Y 2. No. 15. Undecided.
ALICE TAYLOR, "Allie," 105 Beckwith Terrace. You're every-
thing sweet. Leadership 3, 45 Beta M-Y 2, 3, 45 National Honor
Society 3, 45 French Honor Society 3, 45 Corridor Aide 35 H. R.
Pres. 1, 2, 3, 45 Custodian of Flag 1, 45 Sec. Student's Assn. 35 Sec. of
Leadership 45 Sec. of Class 45 Vice-Pres. National Honor Society 45
Social Chairman French Honor Society 4. No. 24. U. of R.
JEANNE FRANCES TAYLOR, 17 Cobbs Hill Drive. She's de-lovely.
G. S. A. 2, Photography Club 2, Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 2, Sec. H. R. 2,
Pres. H. R. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Photography Club 2. No. 15. Mechanics Institute.
ALICE TEMKIN, "Alky," 891 Harvard Street. A touch of old Spain.
Riding Club 3, Art Club 1, Soccer 2, 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, Hockey
2, Orchestra Jr. and Sr. 1, 2, 3, 4, Monroe Life Representative, H. R.
Sec. Art Club. No. 1. U. of R.
EDWIN G. TIBBILS, "Ed," 111 Pinnacle Road. Smoking in the
outer lobby only. Riding Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. Riding Club 2.
No. 23. Cornell.
LOUISE TILLMAN, "G0ogie," 8 Van Street. Sing, baby, sing. Junior
Chorus 1, Jr. Corps, Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. S. A. 2, Meliora 2, Monroe Life
Reporter 2, German Chorus 2, Operatic Programs 1, 3, Social Chairman Sr.
Chorus 4, Honor Roll, Music Award 3. No. 4, Henrietta, N. Y. Geneseo
PAUL TOTTEN, "Tot," 900 South Avenue. Hot'n Totten! Reserve
Baseball 4, H. R. baseball and Basketball, Honor Roll. St. Mary's.
FREDERICK A. TROICKE, "Fred," 527 Mt. Hope Avenue.
Troicke with dressing. Jr. Band and Orchestra, Sr. Band and
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Jr. Chorus, Sr. Chorus and German Chorus 2,
Monroe Life Representative 3, 4, Greenhouse 1, 2, 3, 4. No. 13.
JEANNE UFFELMAN, "Uffelman," 296 Rockingham Street. Ain't misbe-
havin'. Gamma M-Y 2, 3, 4, G. S. A. 3, Monroe Life 4, Chess Club 3, Corridor
Aide 4, Psychology Club 4, Sec. Gamma M-Y 4, Honor Guard, Honor Roll.
No. 23. Undecided.
FRANK VAN MORRELGEM, 140 Cheswell Road. Necessity knows
no law except to conquer. Our Lady of Victory. Mechanics Institute.
JAMES VERNAM, "Jimmie," 82 Cypress Street. Don't worry, l'll
get along. H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Baseball 1, Jr. Corps,
Cross Country 4, H. R. Pres. 1, Corridor Aide 4. St. Boniface.
GEORGE FRED VOGT, "Vogtie,', 437 Linden Street. He's tops to succeed.
H. R. Basketball 3, H. R. Baseball 1, 2, H. R. Sec. 1, 2. No. 24. Undecided
JOHN B. WACHTEL, MJ. B.,'l 103 Savannah Street. This strange
disease called modern life. Woodrow Wilson High, Washington, D. C.
ELIZABETH WALLACE, "Lizzy," 508 Humboldt Street. Efier-
vescent for me, how dull school would be. Beta Tri-Y 2, 3, 4,
Floorwalker 4, Monrolog 4, Social Chairman Jr. Corps, Social Chair-
man Class 4, Pres. Beta Tri-Y 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Corri-
dor Aide Supervisor, Assoc. Editor Monroe Life 4. No. 28. Wells.
JACK H. WEAVER, "Doc," 614 Broadway. He cuts up frogs, he cuts up
snakes, he just cuts up. Science Club 1, Chemistry Club 2, 3, Sr. Band
1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Pres., Sec. Science Club, Pres. Science Club, Pres. Chemistry
Club, Sec. Chemistry Club. No. 15. Undecided.
PAUL S. WEINER, "Heinie," 70 Woodlawn Street. Rubinoff is good
too. German Club 4, Stamp Club 2, 3, Agora 3, 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-High Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-High Band 1, 3, I. R. C. 4,
Correspondence Club 3, 4, Sec. Stamp Club 3, Pres. Agora 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, French Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll, Honor
Guard. No. 15. Middlebury.
RAYMOND WEISLER, "Ray," 1126 Park Avenue. A Ray of light
in this dark world. H. R. Baseball 1, 2, H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chess Club 1, 2, German Club 4, Golf 4, Honor Guard, H. R. Pres.
1, Corridor Aide, National Honor Society 3, 4. No. 1. U. of R.
MARTIN J. WIEST, "Hustler," 1 Rhona Place. East is East and Wiest is
a Hustler. Shop Baseball 2, Ind. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll. St.
Boniface. Mechanics Institute.
RUTH ELEANOR WHITE, "Ele," 51 Vassar Street. Cheerful though ts
in those sparkling eyes. Riding Club 3, Swimming 1, 2, Soccer 1 2,
Basketball l, 2, Baseball 1, 2. No. 35. Detroit School of Music.
HENRY F. WHITE, "Hokus," 104 Westmoreland Drive. Hokus,
pokus, here's Henry. Brockport High, Brockport, N. Y. Pittsf
' ' WILLIAM R. WILCOX, "Willie," 35 Shepard Street. Willie be able tc
make a success ot' life as he has school? We think so! Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Asst. Mgr. Basketballg Jr. Glee Clubg Jr. Baseball3 H. R. Basketball 13 Chess
Club 1, 23 Jr. Basketball3 Corridor Aide Supervisor3 Vice-Pres. H. R. 2. No. 35.
University of Arizona.
DOROTHY ELEANOR WILSON, "Dot," 831 Grand Avenue. Small
town girl makes good. Beta Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 Riding Club 4. Spencerport,
No. 1. Mechanics Institute.
MARGARET E. WILSON, "Peg," 88 Highland Parkway. Ou!
nomination for "Miss Athletic." Baseball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43
Hockey 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Bowling 43 G. S. A. 33 Orch. 1, 2, 33
Volley Ball 3, 43 Honor Roll. No. 24. Russell Sage
CHARLES F. WRAY, "Chuck," West Rush, N. Y. A dinosaur's egg and a
fossilized skull are things about which Charles loves to mull. Archeology
Club 2, 3, 43 Biology 23 H. R. Pres. 13 Pres. Archeology Club 2, 4. No. 24.
U. of R.
MARGARET CATHERINE WRIGHT, "Margie," 11 Cypress Street.
Tall, dark, and Wright. Riding Club 33 Gamma M-Y 3, 43 G. S. A. 2, 33
Monrolog 43 Corridor Aide 33 Career Club 43 Honor Rollg Attendance
Awards. No. 13. Mount Holyoke.
LAWRENCE ROLAND YOUNG, "Larry," 111 Averill Avenue.
Quiet and unassuming-the best kind of a friend to have.
Track 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 3, 43 Engineering Club 2, 43 Outside
Patrol 23 Corridor Aide 43 Honor Roll3 National Honor Society 43
Standard Bearer 4. No. 44. U. of R.
RUTH ELLA YOUNG, "Midge," West Henrietta. Short and smart.
Jr. Chorus 13 Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 43 Meliora 23 Career Club 43 Mikadog Honor
Roll 1, 2. No. 18, West Henrietta. Nurses Training.
RAYMOND BAZARNIC, "Ray," 380 Landing Road. Anything
goes,- Honor Roll 1, 2. Madison. Undecided.
BERNICE BARBARA BEIGER, "Bunny," 247 Culver Road.
When Beiger and better things are done She'll do them!
Benjamin Franklin. Undecided.
CHARLES CLOSSON, "Major," 215 Henrietta Street. Aw, I
wasn't doin' nothin'! Jr. Baseballg jr. Basketballg Sr. Baseballg
H. R. Pres. No. 35. Northwestern.
HAROLD J. DEMALLIE, "Whack," 563 Maple Street. Let the
world slide, I'll not budge an inch. H. R. Baseball 23 H. R.
Basketball 4. No. 15. Work.
DAVID FERGUSSON, "Dave," 13 Argyle Street. A little jig, boys?
RICHARD FURMAN, "Dick," 395 South Avenue. We hope fate
is good to Dick, but if it's not, he'll never kick. Baseball 1, 2, 33
Basketball 1, 2, 33 Honor Roll. No. 13. Undecided.
GEORGE GAMBLE, "Tris," 575 Mt. Hope Avenue. George-one
of Monroe's good sports is ever armed with smart retorts.
St. Boniface. Rochester.
FREDERICK C. HERZOG, "Fritz," 296 Winton Road SouthllA
man's man! Cross Country 23 H. R. Basketball 1, 23 Sr. Basketball
43 Corridor Aide 33 Honor Guardg Honor Rollg National Honor
Society 43 No. 1. Undecided.
WILLIAM R. HINDMARCH, "Bill," 83 Manhattan Street. If all
through life, Bill has his say orchestral music will pave the
way. Deputy 1, 2, 3, 4. No. 24. Rochester.
MARY ALICE HUGHES, 111 Sagamore Drive. Lovely, popular,
slim, she's got plenty of vim. G. S. A. 2, 3, 43 Riding Club 33
Gamma M-Y 2, 3, 4. Seneca, Irondequoit. Undecided.
ARTHUR LEACH, "Art," 120 Asbury Street. A good man pos-
sesses a kingdom. H. R. Basketballg H. R. Baseball. No. 24.
ROLAND FRANK LIQUORY, "Ronnie," 873 So. Clinton Avenue.
Many receive advice, few profit by it. John Hay High, Cleveland,
RALPH METHERELL, "Flash", 324 East Henrietta Road. His
though ts are many: but expressed in few words. Cross Country
1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4g H. R. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 H. R. Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4. No. 24. Boeing School of Aeronautics.
DORIS HELEN MULLETTE, "Terry," 137 Hamilton Street. She
that was ever fair and never proud had tongue at will, and yet
was never loud. St. Mary's. Work.
DONALD WARD RAGUSE, "Sleeper," 106 Raleigh Street. I like
to wake up-it's so much fun going to sleep again. Skating 2,
Capt. H. R. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2g Science Club 3.
No. 13. Syracuse.
ARTHUR REYNOLDS, "Art," 153 Flanders Street. Art for Art's
sake. Wrestling Club 2, 33 Ithaca High, Ithaca, N. Y. Undecided.
LEO C. SCHAFER, "Red," 23 Werner Park. By the work one
knows the Workman. Ind. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Aquinas.
ALYS RUEBY, 1760 East Avenue. A gem by name and in fact.
Spencerport High, Spencerport, N. Y. Undecided.
JOHN W. SCIARRINO, "Johnny," 99 Raleigh Street. They call
me Beau Brummel. No. 41. Western Reserve.
EUGENE EHRINGER SMITH, "Ace," 120 Kingston Street.
Ace's high. Band and Orchestra. No. 13. Empire School of Printing.
JACK STEWART, "Blackie," 54 Edmonds Street. Good fellow,
Blackie. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4g Volley Ball 2, 33 Shop
Baseball 2, 3: Jr. Basketball, Jr. Baseball, Jr. Track, H. R. Pres.
1, 2. No. 15. Taylor Aircraft, Bradford, Pa.
RITA SULLIVAN, "Sully," 149 Alexander Street. Knowledge is
power. Corridor Aide 45 Photo Club 3, Jr. Corpsg Baseball. St.
Mary's. R. B. I.
RICHARD H. TAYLOR, "Dick," 915 Meigs Street. This is a quiet
corridor. Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Biology Club 2g Visual Aid 43 Archeology
Club 35 Corridor Patrol 3, 45 Engineering Club 2, 43 Secretary Visual
Aid 4, Honor Roll 2. No. 24. U. of R.
RICHARD VOLLMER, "Dick," 76 Diem Street. Dick never lets
his studies interfere with his school work. Art Club 2, 35 H. R.
Basketball 2, 3g St. Boniface. Mechanics Institute.
GEORGE A. WILDRIDGE, "Bud," 229 Dartmouth Street. Why
won't women let me alone. H. R. Basketball 2, 3. East High.
RICHARD A. WILLIAMSON, "Bill," 163 Alexander Street. All
the world's a stage, and I direct the players. H. R. Pres. 1, 2,
Alpha H-Y 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball lg City
Championship Relay Team 35 Capt. Soccer 1, 25 Reserve Basketball
13 Cheer Master 33 Drum Major 23 Skating Team 13 Dramatics
1, 2, 3, 4g Scenery for Plays 1, 2, 3, 45 Monroe Life 13 Monrolog Art
Editor 3, 4. No. 15. New York Art School.
FRED WOOLCOT, 15 Priem Street. If he had any faults, he left
us in doubt. H. R. Basketball 3g Ind. Boys' Glee Club 4. No. 35.
Mechanics Institute. V
WILLIAM WOOLFORD, "Bill,', 62 Greenview Drive. Haste
makes waste-so why hurry? Aviation Club 35 Monrolog 43
Outdoor Patrol 3. Harley. Undecided.
FIRE RoUTs MANY CELEBRITIES FROM ROSENBLATT APARTMENTS
Last night at about 11:26 one of the greatest fires in the history of Hawleyville was reported
to Fire Chief Quentin Remein. The Rosenblatt Apartments, owned by Edward Sweeney, burned
to the ground. From a temporary investigation by Chief of Police, Captain John Connolly, it is
thought to have been caused by Prof. Ellis Hormats trying to discover a chemical compound
suitable to take the place of oil of peppermint which Prof. Hormats says "is a bane to all high-
school pupils and I feel it my duty to abolish it."
First on the scene of the disaster was Charles Odenbach, noted photographer of the Town
Tooter, with his candid camera. Mr. Richard Brooks also was one of the first to be present. He
offered assistance by volunteering to take any of the girls anywhere they might wish to go. Under
the excellent supervision of Capt. Connolly, who took matters in hand, everything was kept under
control. He asked that some stirring music be played to keep the crowd from being panicky.
The Misses Alice Munson, Janet Armbrust, and Constance Merwin rushed forth with their
cellos and violins and obliged the Captain by playing "Spring You Have Left Us and Taken Our
Among those who were residing at the apartment and were carried out unharmed were Hawley-
ville's outstanding debutante, Miss Anne Marcellus, and her protege, John Wachtel. Mrs. J. J.
Plushbottom, president of the Parent Teachers, Association, who was formerly Miss Alice Taylor
of this city, ushered out her eight children while her husband, J. J. Plushbottom, prominent
banker, followed carrying their favorite book, "Pilgrim's Progress." Other notable residents were:
Senator Jack Weaver and his campaign manager Robert Lewis, Robert Springer, screen idol of
millions, Gordy Parkswing, famous orchestra leader who is being featured at the Houseworth
Hotel, Selden Fisher and Veronica McFarland, well-known radio comedy team, and Juliet
Pearson, "America's Darling." Also the mysterious Veena Vooz, Hotcha Girl, was a resident of
the apartment and through the investigation of Detective Howard Samuels her identity was
revealed. She is Alice Conheady, Irish peasant girl, who came to the big city and made good-
Miss Jane Lowe, famous model for Glamour-Goldy Hair Rinse advertisements is voicing a
complaint to the owner of the apartment for personal damages. Miss Lowe reports that her hair
has been singed beyond repair and demands that the owner, Mr. Sweeney, support her or find
someone else to.
Among other valuables burned in the fire were Miss Bettie Mason's Creknowned divorceej sixth
trousseau. Also burned were the famous portraits of Richard A. Williamson-"Happy Child,"
portrait of Miss Mary Cook, and "Horse and Rider," portrait of Miss Lois Dale and her horse
Because two of the residents refused to cooperate and file out in an orderly fashion, it was
necessary for several firemen to risk their lives in order to save them. Firemen were forced to
invade the study of Prof. Melvin Arsove and compel the Professor to leave an unsolved mathe-
matical problem. The firemen report that there was quite a struggle as the Professor insisted the
flames he saw were only optical illusions and he desired to be left alone with his life work. It
was necessary for another fireman to enter the burning building and carry out Miss Elizabeth
Wallace who had been overcome by the smoke while staying behind to get some food to "tide
her over." As Miss Wallace recovered she exclaimed to the fireman carrying her, "My daddy's
awful cute. Will you marry me?"
Several other residents caused a great commotion which greatly distracted both the police and
fire force. The well-known communist leader, Roger Blank, took advantage of the crowd that had
gathered and enticed many of the people to listen to him as he exhorted them not to "stand by
and watch that maniac Paul Norman take away our rights and ruin our government?
Miss Sally Pearlman, another resident, had to be held down by several policemen who kept
her from running into the flaming building. Miss Pearlman repeatedly screeched at the top of
her voice, "Books are our friends. Books are our friends. We must love them. We must save our
Amid the confusion Mr. John Ostrander, salesman for the Schoenburg Insurance Co., attempted
to sell fire insurance to the former inhabitants of the apartment. As Mr. Ostrander caused con-
siderable trouble by keeping the fire-victims from an orderly procedure, Captain Connolly asked
the two women of the police force, Miss Anges Landers and Miss Jeanne Uffelman, to side-track
Mr. Ostrander and keep him from causing any more trouble. The Captain reported that as usual
Miss Landers and Miss Uffelman did an excellent job.
Reporters were unable to get a statement from the owner of the apartment, Mr. Sweeney,
concerning the total to which the damages amounted, as he could not be located. It is believed
by Mr. Sweeney's friends that he has escaped to Hollywood in one of the Archer transport planes
to play opposite Ruth Kahn in the picture "I Loved a Lady."
The police have put the matter of immediate relief into the hands of Miss Hetty Jean Barth,
Leader of the Red Cross.
Que votre vie soit sincere, contente, et complete.
Renee Claire Dumas
It is quite possible that there is in the graduating class of 1937 future governors, statesmen,
presidents, and I should add, famous scientists. We can predict great things for those students
who have struggled to attain the best the school has to offer. At all times in life may you be able
to say "I have done my best." C- L. Ackley
As you leave Monroe to enter upon a new course of endeavor, whether for further education,
or for the field of work, may the changes in your plans which are made necessary by the adventure
of life, always turn out to be adjustments which give you richer experiences, increased satisfac-
tions and fulfilled hopes. Chas. D. Gates
AVE ATQUE VALE
In classroom and in study hall
I've seen you, winter, spring, and fall,
And now farewells have come.
Many will whisper in your ears
Advice to guide the coming years,
And mine is: Don't chew gum.
Jennie F. Stolbrand
These are strange days-eight year old brides receive dolls for wedding gifts, Italian army
ofiicials use Spain as a practice-field, Americans "stand up" for their rights by "sitting down" to
them. Even Maine has ceased being dependable as a political barometer. Apparently all has
changed, actually things--significant things-are the same as ever. Classes are graduated in
the same old way, new tasks await them as always, there are the same mixed emotions at parting.
And there are the same good wishes to those who leave, from us who stay behind. May you find
work to do that you relish doing. May you be a success to yourself irrespective of whether your
neighbors dub you success or failure. May your days of happiness be as long as an assembly
paint-job. And finally, even though your pay-check may not look like a P. W. A. grant, may
health and wisdom be yours. Harold G. Sliker
ROBERT W. BARNES, "Bob," 310 Mulberry Street. Things that are
tough for most of us, are pipes for Bob. Alpha Hi-Y, Treas. West. N. Y.
Hi-Y3 State Counci13 Stamp Club3 Coin Club: H. R. Baseball, Basketball3
H. R. Pres. 23 Sec. 43 Pres. Hi-Y Council 33 Alpha 3. No. 24. Printing.
ELEANOR BLAIR, "Eli," 490 Monroe Avenue. And music hath its
charm, too. G. S. A. 23 French Club 4. No. 15. R. B. I.
WALTER BRYDE, "Bud," 137 Linden Street. Sincerity and de-
termination. Outside Patrol 33 H. R. Baseballg Beta Hi-Y 3, 43
Sec. 33 H. R. Vice-Pres. 4. Detroit. Western Reserve.
FRANCES M. BUTZ, "Fran," 108 Vayo Street. No Butz about it. Baseball
2, 33 Basketball 2, 3i G. S. A. 2, 33 Microbe Hunters 2g jr. Corpsg Career Club
43 H. R. Sec. 13 H. R. Vice-Pres. 33 Capt. Basketball 23 Typing Award 1, 23
Pres. H. R. 1. Laurelton, Irondequoit. R. B. I.
CATHERINE CONNELLY, "Katie," 1550 Mt. Hope Ave. Surre-her
mother came from Ireland. Baseball 13 Basketball 13 Riding Club 43
Jr. Corps3 Attendance Awards. St. Mary's. School of Commerce.
IRVING COLEMAN, "Irv," 276 Dartmouth Street. The dear Lord
made him as he is and never made another. H. R. Basketball3
H. R. Baseball. No. 23. Undecided.
JOSEPH T. DI PRIMA, "Joe," 109 Pearl Street. Hello, foe! H. R. Basket-
ballg H. R. Baseball3 Shop Baseball. St. Mary's. Alabama.
PATRICIA MARGARET HOGAN, "Pat," 159 North Street. That red
haired girl with a happy disposition. Career Club 4. St. Mary's
School of Commerce.
GEORGE JAMIESON, JR., 97 Hamilton Street. Safety iirst!
Outside Patrol 2, 3, 43 Agora 33 Monroe Life 2, 3, 43 Honor Rollg
Lieut. Outside Patrol 43 Advertising Mgr. Monroe Life. No. 13.
LILLIAN A. KAPLAN, "Lak," 134 Shepard Street. Lak a day. German Club
4. NO. 35. U. Of B.
HAROLD WILLIAM KATZ, "Hal," 548 Harvard Street. We never
sausage a nice guy. Agora 23 Riding Club 2, 33 Senior Chorus 2, 33
Adelphians 3, 4. No. 23. Syracuse University.
RUTH IMEDCALF, "Ruthie," 288 Dartmouth Street. Ruthie, the
short and cute of them, the smaller you are, and easier it is to
stand up. Baseball 1, 2g Soccer 13 Riding Club 3, 43 Beta M-Y 2, 3, 43
Leadership 2, 3, 43 Pres. Leadership 43 H. R. Pres. 1. No. 23. Edge-
NAOMI MINER, "Nay," 171 Pearl Street. Here they Naomi as Miner.
Basketball 2, 33 Soccer 23 Baseball 2, 33 Hockey 2. No. 13. School of Commerce.
MARGARET R. MOFFAT, "Muff,,' 103 Harvard Street. We Wonder
who spider. jr. Dramatics3 Correspondence Club 33 jr. Chorusg French
Club 43 jr. COTPSQ H. R. Vice-Pres. lg Monroe Life Representative 23
Honor Roll. No. 23. McGill University.
LOIS FAITH MORRIS, "Loie," 21 Girard Street. People may
come and people may go, but I talk on forever. G. S. A. 13
Pres. H. R. 2, 3. No. 1. Southern Seminary.
MYRON ROSENBLATT, "Mike,,' 379 Barrington Street. And I'll still chew
my gum and swing my chain. So there! Deputy Patrol 2, 3, 43 Sr. Orch.
2, 3, 43 Sr. Band 2, 3, 43 Bookstore 2, 3, 4g Sr. Baseball 2, 3, 43 Monroe Life
2, 3, 43 Mgr. Sr. Baseball 43 Business Mgr. Monroe Life 3. No. 35. Syracuse.
HELEN ELIZABETH SANDERS, "Sandy," 69 Crossman Terrace.
Sandy has but to smile and you watch the proceedings. Meliora 23
Vice-Pres. 33 G. S. A.3 I. R. C. 2. Bloomfield. Brenau College, Georgia.
RAYMOND E. SHANTZ, "Ray," 173 Meigs Street. We'lI take a
Shantz on this boy. Camera Club. St. Vincent, Latrobe, Penn.
ROBERT DAVID SNELL, "Bob," 279 Field Street. The only word that '
rhymes with Snell-ha, ha, we fooled you-we think he's swell.
Corridor Patrol 2, 4. No. 35. Undecided.
WILLIAM E. VALENTINE, "Bill," 2065 Highland Avenue. Bill's our
bashful little hero, who never with a girl goes out. QGet the opposite
of this idea-well, that's Bill without a doubtfj Mt. Lebanon H. S.,
Mr. Lebanon, Penn. U. of R.
ELEANOR VIRGINIA WATERS, "Tip" Cshort for Tipperaryl, 59
South Street. A bright-eyed lass. No. 15, Greece, N. Y. Norsine
MARTHA I-:THEL WERNER, "Mm," as Wilcox street. Everyone excels N ,,,,V,
in something, in which another fails. No. 35. Undecided. p - ,
JEANNE E. WICKHAM, "Wicky," 385 Seneca Parkway. She needs 4 ,P" f A I
no recommendation. G. S. A. 2, 3g Beta Tri-Y 3, 4, Corridor Aide, ' x I . . .
Career Club 4. No. 23. Bradford Jr. College. ' L,,VV, M J' Q.
K -. gi I. .:,... .
JOHN A. AUSTIN, "Johnny," 1313 Park Avenue. Small in size
and name, but large in mentality. Track 3, 43 H. R. Basketball
1, 2, 3, 45 H. R. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Monroe Life 3g H. R. Pres. 1, 2.
No. 1. Brown.
MARSH K. ECKHARDT, 589 Harvard Street. A plucky lad.
Bookshelf 13 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Orch. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Inter-High
Band 3, 43 Inter-High Orch. 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Social Chairman
of Class 23 Vice-Pres. of H. R. 3: Vice-Pres. of Hi-Y 3, Sec. of Hi-Y 45
Pres. of Class 4. No. 23. U. of R.
DOROTHY HAMPSON, "Dot," 824 Elmwood Avenue. A true
Olympian. Baseball 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 35 Soccer 1, 2, 35
Hockey 25 Swimming 13 Volleyball 2, 3, H. R. Sec. 29 H. R. Vice-
Pres. 23 H. R. Pres. 33 Honor Roll, Typing Awardsg Shorthand
Award. No. 13. Undecided.
WALTER M. LETTEER, "Doc," 104 Chestnut Street. He makes
no bones about things. Archeology Club. Madison. Undecided.
JAMES G. MCCABE, 671 South Avenue. Sweet music fills the
air. St. Boniface. Undecided.
RALPH M. METZGER, "Mouse," 461 Meigs Street. When the
cat's away Mouse will play. No. 23. Undecided.
GERALD L. ROBENSTEIN, "Jerry," 510 Benton Street. Try
bird seed-it did wonders for my canary. Riding Club 2, 33
Field and Stream 2, 3, 45 Gamma Hi-Y 2. No. 35. Undecided.
NED SCHAD, 11 Avondale Park. I shot an arrow into the air
and it fell I know not where. I lose more darn arrows that way.
Cross Country. Binghamton Central High, Binghamton, N. Y.
CHARLES TOOR, "Chuck," 14 Faraday Street. By his own
admission-He's good. Track 2, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Treas. of
Delta Hi-Y 35 H. R. Sec.5 Delta Hi-Y Sec. No. 28. Alabama.
KENNETH WYDLER, "Ken," 240 Rockingham Street. Did I
remember? No. 24. Ann Arbor, Mich.
KATHRYN JEAN ZIMMER, "Kay," 46 Boardman Street. A
striking lass with a smile to spare. Career Club 43 Swimming 1g
Baseball 15 G. S. A. 1, 2, 3, Sr. Chorus 1gH. R. Pres. 3, H. R. Sec. 2g
Pres. Girls' Junior Corpsg Pres. Class 2. No. 23. Undecided.
April 17, 1919-January 3, 1933
February 22, 1918-September 8, 1935
March 19, 1916-January 23, 1936
unusual! ..,-M W1 ",-
1. We, the people.
3. A coupla cann'ed cameramen.
4. "Three Smart Girls."
5. There's a long, long trail a-
6. A bunch of Suckers.
7. Hop Scotch Champ for 1937.
Please don't hang on the
Remember, only three minutes!
I've got my coat to keep me
"Zelter in his ears."
"Uffelman in arrears."
Well, how are things Cumming?
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WHAT'S THE YCUTHT
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When iris eyes are smiling. CVida Babcockb 7. And in conclusion, let me-. fGordon Parkerb
Rarin' to go. QVeronica McFarlandD 8. Steps should be taken-. Uean Taylorj
What are you doing tonight, babe? Uanet Gatesb 9. Them curls is gone forever! CArthur Zelterj
And at your age, too. Uack Ostranderj 10. The one on the right is Sel! CSelden Fxsherj
Old enough to know better. CMarvin Shavlanj 11. Phoooey!! CBaby Leroyl
Down at the mouth. fFrances Kammerj 12. Censored.
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January Officers-Robert Springer, Presidentg Selden Fisher, Vice-Presidentg Molly Sullivan,
June Officers-Robert Springer, President: Selden Fisher, Vice-President: Molly Sullivan,
LaVerne Horton . 12A President
John Connolly . . 12B President
Robert MacDonald . IIA Presiden t
David Horsey . . IIB President
James Rush . . 10A President
Alston Brown . . 10B President
Jean Dinse . . junior Representative
Volney Plumb . junior Representative
William Deyle . . junior Representative
Mark Rosenzweig . . junior Representative
Oswald Backus . . Monroe Life Representative
Martin Cramer . Monroe Life Representative
Carey Brown . Commissioner of Athletics
jackson Wells . . Commissioner of Finance
Betty Cook . . Commissioner of Social Welfare
Charles Nelson . . Commissioner ot' Public Safety
Miss Jane F. Cameron, Mr. Walter J. Willis
WE LAY DOWN THE LAW
WE MEET T0 DELIISEIQATE
January Ollicers-Selden Fisher, President, Mollie Sullivan, Secretary A
June Oflicers-Selden Fisher, President, Mollie Sullivan, Secretary
Vivian Allen, Keith Armour, Francis Atkins, Jeanne Ballou, Marjorie Barndi, Marie Bauman,
Donald Beach, Jean Beaven, Eleanor Blakeslee, Stanley Bloom, Ernest Bofinger, Alfred Bush,
Phyllis Clark, Alice Conheady, Charles Coit, John Connolly, Elaine Copp, Conway Cox, Fred
Cummings, Jerry Curran, Arthur Davis, Mildred Dennis, William Deyle, Bert Ewell, Shirley
Fink, Paul F romm, Joseph Gavett, Alonzo Grace, Gladys Greenwood, Richard Hastings, Pat
Holmes, David Horsey, Fred Jensen, Alvin Keene, William Keller, Donald King, Dorothy King,
Charles Knope, Herbert Kominz, Lee Mary Linhof, Clark Long, Bettie Mason, Robert Mac-
Donald, Margaret Millard, Jane Morgan, John Morton, Ruth O'Shaughnessy, Jeanette Pelletier,
Holmes Pooley, Arline Purvin, Dorothy Rankin, Harry Rogachefsky, Mark Rosenzweig, James
Rush, Howard Samuels, Bert Sanger, Marjorie Somers, Charles Smith, Glenn C. Smith, Lucille
Standinger, Alice Taylor, Jane Taylor, Jeanne Taylor, Howard Thomas, Dan Tomlinson, Philip
Townsend, Adrianne Waggoner, Marshal Waingrow, Jane Walker, Robert Wallace, Vivian
Waller, Doris Weaver, Leonard Weiss, Billy Weller, Dorothy West, Jack Williamson.
Miss Jane Cameron, Mr. Walter Willis
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to better acquaint the students with parliamentary
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
January Officers-Jackson Wells, President, Carey Brown, Vice-President: LaVerne Horton,
june Oilicers-Gordon Parker, President, Alice Taylor, Vice-President, Fred Herzog, Secretary
George Agoston, Clifford Amero, Gerald Archer, Melvin Arsove, Hetty jean Barth, Doris Bartlett,
Irving Beal, Virginia Biret, Betty Briggs, Carey Brown, Stephen Clapp, Sherman Cohen, Stanley
Collier, Alice Conheady, John Connolly, Mary Cook, Lois Dale, Arthur Davis, Frederic Herzog,
LaVerne Horton, Frances Kammer, Myron Klein, Agnes Landers, Ivar Lundgaard, Lois Mar-
quardt, Constance Merwin, Victor Morrell, Gordon Parker, Betty Paul, Holmes Pooley, Alice
Munson, Quentin Remein, Ernest Robertson, Verne Rockcastle, Howard Samuels, Robert Scheck,
James Snow, Robert Springer, Jane Ellyn Stephens, Alice Taylor, Betty Anne Van Arsdale,
William Walker, Elizabeth Wallace, Robert Wallace, Helen Watson, Carlton Webster, Paul
Weiner, Raymond Weisler, Jackson Wells, Lawrence Young.
Miss Jane F. Cameron, Mr. Walter J. Willis
Purpose: To create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to
promote worthy leadership, and to encourage those developments of character.
FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY
January Officers-Mary Cook, President: Stephen Clapp, Vice-Presidentg Margaret Millard,
Alice Taylor, Social Chairrnang Barbara Kilmer, Secretary, Eleanor Kittrell, Treasurer.
June Otficers-Hetty Jean Barth, Presidentg Lois Dale, Vice'Presidentg Betty Briggs, Charles
Coit, Social Chairman, Jane Albright, Secretaryg Bob Hammond, Treasurer
Jane Albright, Clifford Amero, David Baldwin, Doris Bartlett, Hetty jean Barth, Virginia Biret,
Helen Bittker, Betty Briggs, Stephen Clapp, Charles Coit, Betsy Cook, Mary Cook, Lois Dale,
William Dutton, Shirley Fink, Henrietta Gold, Robert Hammond, Betty Jennings, Barbara
Kilmer, Donald King, Eleanor Kittrell, Lois Marquardt, Robert Maxwell, Margaret Millard,
Gordon Parker, Beryl Present, Alice Taylor, Helen Watson, Roy Webster, Paul Weiner.
Miss Rena Dumas
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to create a real interest in the French language and
in French civilization and to create a desire to maintain a high scholarship in this language.
January Staff-Oswald P. Backus, Editor-in'Chiefg Martin Cramer, Managing Editor, Reuben
Garner, News Editor, Anne Johanison, Betty Paul, Features Editors, Harry Carhart, Sports
Editor, Alvin Keene, Henry Possner, Elizabeth Wallace, Associate Editors, Charles Thompson,
D. 85 C. Correspondent, Martin Cohen, Photographer, Otis Hamilton, Business Manager, Lee
Alderman, Circulation Managerg George Jamison, Advertising Manager
June Staff-Martin Cramer, Editor-in-Chief, Reuben Garner, Managing Editor, Alvin Keene,
News Editor, Donald King, Features Editor, Fred Jensen, Sports Editor, Oswald P. Backus,
Jayne McNerney, Anne Johanison, Charles Smith, Associate Editors, Agnes Landers, D. 81, C.
Correspondent, Charles Odenbach, Photographerg Harvey Rosenbloom, Business Manager, Lee
Alderman, Circulation Manager, George Jamison, Advertising Manager.
Harry Carhart, Kay Cohen, Stanley Collier, Jane Christ, Eugene Crowley, Wilson Darlow,
Edward Darlow, Arthur Davidson, Marilyn Eber, Shirley Fink, Barbara Calloway, Salome
Garelick, Florence Gelb, Richard Hildreth, Lawrence Howe, Polly Jensen, George Johnson,
Agnes Landers, Ivar Lundgaard, Shirley Lou Rardin, David Manning, Rossiter Seward, Jarvis
Springstead, Theodore Tuke, Jeanne Uffelman, William Weller.
Mr. Charles Carver, Mr. Clarence Gadway
THE INK SLINGEIQS
BLAME IT UN US
Gordon Parker . Co-ordinating Editor
Marvin Shavlan . . ...... Statistics and Grinds
Elizabeth Wallace, Agnes Landers, Mollye Hoffman, Robert Schoenberg, Marvin Levy,
Betty Paul, Leonore Butcher . Assistants on Statistics and Grinds
Marvin Shavlan, Jane Patterson . . . Photographs
Stanley Collier, William Walker, Ivar Lundgaard . . Sports
Veronica McFarland, Elizabeth Wallace, janet Gates . . . . Features
Robert Lewis . Advertising and Circulation
Edward Plummer . . Assistant on Advertising
John Ostrander . . Organizations
Richard Williamson . . Art
Mary Cook . . . ' . . g Typing
Raymond Savage, Elmer P. Meulendyke . . Advisors
January Officers-Charles Nelson, Captaing Robert Seelye, Captaing George Jamieson, Jr.,
Lieutenantg Tom Mitchell, Lieutenant
June Oflicers-Charles Nelson, Captain: Robert Seelye, Captain, George Jamieson, Jr., Lieutenant
Richard Arnold, Donald Baker, Joe Baker, Donald Booth, William Cornish, Robert Curran,
Guy De Marco, Eugene Damond, James Davidson, Leland DeGraff, Edward DuPlessis, LeRoy
Kellman, Elbert Horner, Robert Perkins, Leslie Pinney, Ernest Sherman, Glenn Smith, Melvin
Smith, Earl Sweeney, Bill 'Wright.
Mr. Carl Beghold
Purpose: Recognition of the need of Safety instilled in the minds of the students. Outside patrol
was organized to not only regulate and control both automobile and pedestrian traHic but to
constantly remind their fellow students of the need of safety at all times.
FDD SAFETYHS SAKE
N0 IQUNNING IN THE HALLS
January Officers-Quentin R. Remein, Chief 5 Donald Burdick, Captain, William Hindmarch,
Captain, Jack Yeager, Captain
June Officers-Quentin R. Remein, Chief, Donald Burdick, Captain, William Hindmarch,
Captain, Ralston Bloom, Captain
Keith Armour, Howard Barnes, Glenn Bassett, Robert Beckwith, Kenneth Brownell, William
Brownell, Harold Ford, Lynn Hagstrom, Lester Hanson, Robert Hart, Raymond Koehler, Arthur
Kohls, John Krusemark, Victor Love, Robert MacDonald, Norman McKee, Earl Monkus, Jack
Nairn, Howard Otis, Warren Parker, Arthur Parsons, Frank Ragonese, Ian Robertson, Robert
Rowe, Myron Rosenblatt, Milton Saperstone, John Schumacher, Donald Snyder, Eldred Stenzel,
George Taylor, Richard H. Taylor, Harry Thomas, Charles Thompson, Charles Torrey.
Mr. Bion R. Jones
Purpose: The purpose of the corridors patrol is to maintain order and quiet in the corridors for
the benefit of the student body, and to maintain the good appearance of the inside of the building.
January Officers-Ruth Medcalf, President, Joanne Riley, Vice-Presidentg Alice Taylor, Secretary,
Betsy Nolan, Social Chairman
June Officers-Ruth Medcalf, President, Joanne Riley, Vice-President, Alice Taylor, Secretary,
Betsy Nolan, Social Chairman
Betty Bahn, Jean Bahn, Betty Briggs, Joan Carpenter, Ann Chambers, Phyllis Clark, Peggy
Lou Davis, Betty Foster, Pat Foster, Gladys Greenwood, Betty Holmes, Betty Jerrett, Barbara
Kilmer, Eleanor Kittrell, Betty MacDonald, Bettie Mason, Ruth Medcalf, Betsy Nolan, Jean
Norton, Leonora Rees, Joanne Riley, Lucille Robison, Molly Sullivan, Alice Taylor, Betty Ann Van
Arsdale, Helen Watson, Barbara Weeks, Barbara Whipple, Jean Young.
Mrs. Grace Babcock
Purpose: The purpose of Leadership Club is to aid in junior social functions and to develop in its
members the qualities of leadership and friendship.
AND THE DTHEIQS FULLDW
AI VALUAIBLE AI A FIIQST EDITIDN
January Oliicers-Mollye Hoffmann, President, Bob Hammond, Vice-President, Inez Nease,
Secretary, Frances Kammer, Treasurer, Betty Corbett, Social Chairman
June Oflicers-Betty Corbett, President, Harriet Davis, Vice-President, George Johnson, Secre-
tary, Edna Jarvis, Treasurer, Peggy Berson, Social Chairman
Evelyn Anthony, Jean W. Anthony, Jane August, Lois Baschnagel, Jane R. Beale, Lois Behnke,
Peggy Berson, Betty Jane Burdick, Betty Alice Corbett, Harriet A. Davis, Janet Margaret
Franklin, Ruth Franklin, William Garner, Elaine Geraghty, Shirley Gold, Annette Goldstein,
Elizabeth Jane Gray, Suzanne Holtz, Curtis Howe, Edna Jarvis, Jean Jefferson, George Arthur
Johnson, Robert M. Johnson, Frances Kammer, Beatrice Kaplow, Herbert Arthur Kominz,
Marjory Lannin, Alvin Levin, Ferne Lewis, Eunice Lisson, Helen Marie Madigan, Helen Mish,
James Mason, Inez Nease, Marie Parker, Earl Parker, Gerald R. Patterson, Doris Peet, Polly
Pratt, Jean S. Rappaport, Marjorie Ann Roberts, Marion Roziskey, Sarah Margaret Schade,
Hazel Scheck, Betty Sheffield, Jeanne Sherman, Betty Jane Soule, Madeline Spitz, Jean Sweeney,
Jane Taylor, Edwin Torrey, Beverly Van Billiard, Leonard Weiss, Helene Alma Wertheimer.
Miss Clara L. Curtiss
Purpose: To give interested students with good scholastic records an opportunity to work in the
library, and in thus doing, give service to the school. Y
Flute and Piccolo
J ack Randall
John S. Livermore
Wlf'I2lf IQIGHT IQHYTHM
John S. Livermore
Concer tmeis ter
Concer tmeis ter
January Oliicers-Richard Sheil, President, Marjorie Backus, Vice-President, Marie Dubie,
Secretary, Mary Platt, Treasurer
June Officers-Richard Sheil, President, Marjorie Backus, Vice-President, Marie Dubie, Secre-
tary, Mary Platt, Treasurer
Mary Alexander, Marjorie Backus, Lorena Bagley, Leonard Baker, Anne Barber, Robert
Beckwith, Anita Behnke, Richard Bidwell, Walter Bryde, Fay Calkins, Jane Christ, Phillips
Clark, Natalie Cummings, Dorothy Darby, Karlyn Darby, June Davies, Joan DeForest,
Blandine DeMarco, Jean Doe, Harriett Donald, John Dreier, Marian Dreier, Marie Dubie,
Artheu Earith, Barbara Elder, Anna Elliott, Stanley Finegan, Lorraine Gallant, Alberta Gehrke,
Rosalind Glazer, Allen Goldman, Rhea Goodno, Robert Hammond, Virginia Hewitt, Dorothy
Holzschu, Carl Humphrey, Jacqueline Johnson, James Kelso, John Kerry, Jean Krause, Hanne-
lore Krueck, Ruth Lenhark, Marvin Levy, Robert Lewis, Marion Loewer, Jean Martin, Charles
McQuatters, Carol Miller, Margaret Moll, Jane Monahan, Marvin Morris, Inez Nease, Janice
Nelson, Lois Parr, Mildred Pellow, Edward Pickering, Juliet Pierson, Mary Platt, Edward
Plummer, Adelaide Pryor, Dorothy Roberts, Helen Roberts, Natalie Roth, Clara Schade, Robert
Scheck, Gladys Seifert, Richard Sheil, Fred Sheldon, Charles Smith, Stanford Smith, Martha
Stalder, Jane Ellyn Stephens, Ora Stowe, Rhoda Suckle, Louise Tillman, Edward Tobin, Charles
Torrey, Roy Van Sice, Vera Van Wuyckhuyse, Alice Wagner, Robert Wagner, Marie Weaver,
Carlton Webster, Floyd Weiss, Donald White, June Wilkinson, Ruth Young.
Miss Eva L. Wannemacher
Purpose: We aim to encourage students in music to the degree their talent warrants.
1 7 fn, M, M
MUIIC HATH CHAIQMI
January Officers-Robert Platt, Presidentg Dorothy Barry, Vice-Presidentg George Johnson,
June Officers-Robert Platt, Presidentg Dorothy Barry,Vice-President, George Johnson, Secretary
Mark Amdursky, Evelyn Bainbridge, Dorothy Barry, Roger Beal, Irene Bicksler, Stanley Bloom,
Clarice Cohen, Allan Cohen, Clarence Cohen, Alvin Coox, Arthur Davidson, Naomi Devline,
Elizabeth Eller, Maurice Flint, Annette Goldstein, William Hall, Betty Hanna, Ivan Hansen,
Jean Hubsher, Helen Husney, June Hagstrorn, George Johnson, Dedra Marshall, Grace Palmer,
Evelyn Perillo, Wilbur Sage, Saral Schade, Arline Schoenberg, Olive Spall, Edith Summeriski,
Jean Sweeney, Morton Soppe, George Tegart, Sydell Tepper, Edwin Torrey, Kenneth Van Sice,
Sally Warham, Charles White, Mary J. Wright, Gerald Wilinsky, Margaret Warner.
Mr. George Troup
FIELD AND STREAM
January Officers-Arthur Davis, President, Verne Rockcastle, Vice-President, James Snow,
J une Officers-Arthur Davis, President, Verne Rockcastle, Vice-President, James Snow, Secretary-
Allen Boucher, Charles Coit, Lawrence Conway, Merton Gundry, Robert Johnson, John Johonnot,
Charles Lee, Ralph Norman, Scyler Seward, Glenn Smith, Robert Strasenburgh, Robert Thomas,
Robert Robertson, Charles Torrey, ,William Walker, William Webber, Roy Webster, Jackson
Wells, Jack Yeager
Mr. Claude Wallace
Purpose: The purpose of this club is to interest boys in hunting and fishing, teach good sports-
manship, and promote the conservation of wild life.
HUCIY, LINE, AND IINKEIQ
WITH TIQIDUID AND TELEICCDE
January Ofiicers-Verne Rockcastle, President, Melvin Arsove, Vice-President, Jack Nairn,
June Officers--Verne Rockcastle, President, Melvin Arsove, Vice-President, Jack Nairn, Secretary
Maynard Arsove, Melvin Arsove, Howard Barnes, Robert Barnes, Glenn Bassett, Richard
Bidwell, Thomas Brigham, Ernest Frank, Ellis Hormatz, john Johonnot, Irving Joffe, Harry
McKown, Richard Meyers, Jack Nairn, Mason Pearsall, Howard Porter, Quentin Remein,
Verne Rockcastle, David Slint, Raymond Weisler, Lawrence Young.
Mr. Edgar Rose
Purpose: The purpose of this club is to help those who plan further work in engineering and to
present to its members recent developments in the field of science.
January Officers-Donald Rogers, Presidentg Fred Bardo, Jr., Vice-President, Earl J. Sweeney, Secretary, Earl J.
June Officers-Earl J. Sweeney, President, William E. Nixon, Vice-President: John Altpeter, Secretary, William E.
Frederick Bardo, Nelson Bentley, Robert Carey, Roegner Cusani, Wilson Cusani, Joseph Franklin, Robert Hanright,
Edward Latz, William Nixon, Donald Rogers, Victor Schroeder, Melvin Smith, Jack Williamson.
Mr. Wallace D. Cummings
Purpose: To create, maintain, and extend high ideals of christian character throughout the home, school, and com-
January Officers-Selden Fisher, President, Marvin Shavlan, Vice-President, Jack Irving Amdursky, Secretary,
Howard Samuels, Treasurer
Lee Alderman, Jack Amdursky, Nathaniel Becker, Martin Cohen, Sherman Cohen, Selden Fisher, Edward Frankel,
Ernest Frank, Hyman Kaplan, Harold Katz, Myron Klein, Ralph Mitchell, Henry Posner, Beryl Present, Howard
Samuels, Marvin Shavlan, Jacques Shooler, Arthur Zelter.
Mr. Samuel Bloom, Mr. E. Present
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is the cultural and social advancement of its members.
January Officers-Betty Anne Van Arsdale, President: Barbara Kilmer, Vice-President: Lucille Robison, Secretary:
Betty Briggs, Treasurer: Mollie Sullivan, Social Chairman
june Officers-Barbara Kilmer, President, Eleanor Kittrell, Vice-President: Lucille Robison, Secretary, Jean Young,
Treasurer: Betty Briggs, Social Chairman
Lorena Bagley, jean M. Benham, Ann Bishop, Betty Briggs, Doris Ann Carhart, Jean Carpenter, Gale Chapin,
Peggy Cunningham, Gladys Greenwood, Barbara Kilmer, Dorothy King, Eleanor Kittrell, Bettie Mason, Betsy
Nolan, jean Norton, Lucille Robison, Alice Smith. Mollie Sullivan, Rosemary Trotter, jane Warren, Zena Watson,
Barbara Whipple, jean Whittaker, jean Young.
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to develop leadership, friendship, character. and loyalty.
january Officers-Barbara Van De Mark, President: Doris Sedgwick, Vice-Presidentg Betty Paul, Secretaryg jane
Ellen Stevens, Social Chairmang Betty Paul, Treasurer
June Officers-Agnes Olga Landers, President, Wilma Fredericks, Vice-President, Margaret Millard, Secretary,
Anne johanison, Social Chairmang Marie Weaver, Treasurer
Betty Allan, Anna Barber, jane Christ, jcanne Conrad, Joy Curchin, Dorothy Drew, Wilma Fredericks, Mary Gamble,
jean Gaensler, Eleanor Hyatt, Anne johanison, Connie jones, Agnes Olga Landers, Mary MacDonald, Ruth Mac-
Donald, jean Marquardt, Margaret Millard, Betty Shaefer, Betty Siebert, Helen Tulley, jane Walker, Marie Weaver,
Miss Lucille Bowen
Purpose: We hope to promote better relationship between the girls, help them to gain leadership, poise, and executive
january Officers-Gene Flynn, President: Betty Foster, Vice-President: Shirley Patterson, Secretary, Betty Holmes,
June Ofhccrs-Betty Foster, Presidentg Jane Morgan, Vice-President: Patricia Foster, Secretary, joan Carpenter,
Janice Aikman, Nancy Anderson, Betty Bahn, Jean Bahn, Joan Carpenter, Anne Chambers, Virginia Cole, Alice
Conheady, Eddigard Delany, Patsy Delany, Patricia Duffy, Gene Flynn, Betty Foster, Patricia Foster, Jean Gelser,
Mary Anne Henderson, Betty Holmes, Betty jerrett, Jane Lowe, Ruth Metcalf, jean Morgan, Alice Munson, Shirley
Patterson, Frances Platt, Leonora Rees, Alice Taylor, Barbara Wright.
Purpose: To develop leadership, friendship, character, and loyalty.
january Officers-Elizabeth Wallace, Prcsidentg Doris Bartlett, Vice-President, Lois Dale, Secret ary: Jeanne Wickham,
june Officers-Lois Dale, President, Naomi Davis, Vice-President: Alice Hall, Secretary, Adele Bartholomew, Social
Hetty Jean Barth, Adele Bartholomew, Doris Bartlett, Margaret Berry, Dorothy Brown, Wendy Curtis, Lois Dale,
Jane Davis, Naomi Davis, Harriet Donald, Lois Gerber, Yvonne Gilroy, Alice Hall, Polly Jensen, Jane MeNerney,
Jean Melville, Helen Read, Jane Samuelson, Rosemary Shepard, Suzanne Slade, Elizabeth Stoll, Elizabeth Wallace,
Sue Warden, Jeanne Wickham, Shirley Wickham, Dorothy Wilson.
Miss Helen Bradley
Purpose: To promote a sense of responsibility, initiative and leadership in the members of the club.
January Officers-Helen Watson, President, Betty Cook, Vice-President, Betty Cook, Treasurer, Betty McDonald,
Secretary: Joan Riley, Social Chairman
June Officers-Joan Riley, President, Constance Merwin, Vice-Presidentg Constance Merwin, Treasurerg Jeanne
Uffelman, Secretary, Betty McDonald, Social Chairman
Mary Alexander, Janice Ballou, Jeanne Ballou, Barbara Beeney, Gladys Benham, Betty Bauman, Margaret Brady,
Phyllis Clark, Betty Cook, Peggy Lou Davis, Harriet Davis, Mary Alice Hughes, Jane Lacy, Marion Lee, Lee Linhoff,
Betty McDonald, Constance Merwin, Jane Mish, Elizabeth Nixon, Joan Riley, Helen Strauchen, Betty Stauchen,
Jeanne Uffelman, Marjorie Vicars, Helen Watson, Barbara Weeks, Margaret Wright.
Purpose: To develop leadership, friendship, character, and loyalty.
January Officers-Eleanor Porter, Presidentg Mytle Paeth, Vice-President, Virginia Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer:
Lois Hettig, Social Secretary, Julia Tutty, Publicity Man.
June Officers-Eleanor Porter, Presidentg Ruth DeFreze, Vice-President, Virginia Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer,
Lois Hettig, Social Secretaryg Betty Carroll, Publicity Man.
Betty Carroll, Rownea Chaple, Ruth DeFreze, Zadia DeFreze, Ella Frietag, June Goodno, Lois Hettig, Melva Holmes,
Helen Husk, Rae Husk, Lois Marquardt, Myrtle Paeth, Marjorie Paxson, Eleanor Porter, Virginia Robinson, Mary
Scott, Lucille Staudinger, Julia Tutty.
Purpose: The purpose of this club shall be to unite its members in a spirit of friendliness and service.
January Officers-Van Conradt, President, Marsh Eckhardt, Vice-President, Richard Swart, Secretary, Marsh Eck-
june Officers-Robert Seibert, President, Richard Swart, Vice-President, Marsh Eckhardt, Secretaryg Richard Swart,
George Agoston, Clifford Amero, Oswald Backus, Robert Barnes, Carey Brown, Alston Brown, Irving Beal, Thomas
Brigham, Donald Burdick, jack Cooper, Van Conradt, Robert Drysdale, William Earl, Marsh Eckhardt, Robert
Hammond, Charles johnson, Robert MacDonald, Herman Norton, John Shoemaker, Robert Seibert, Richard Swart,
Robert Wallace, Norman Webb.
Mr. Chester Bennett
Purpose: To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community.
january Officers-Melvin Arsove, President, Quentin Remein, Vice-Presidentg Fred Brown, Secretary-Treasurer
June Officers-Melvin Arsove, Presidentg Quentin Remein, Vice-President, Fred Brown, Secretary-Treasurer
Keith Armour, Maynard Arsove, Melvin Arsove, Roderick Brew, jerry Bridge, Walter Bryde, Fred Brown, Phillips
Clark, Harold Crossing, Ferris Dethlefs, john Forsyth, Richard Hildreth, David Horsey, Stratton Knox, Arthur Kohls,
Warren McGee, Robert McMahon, Jack Nairn, Quentin Rernein, Rossiter Seward, Richard Taylor, Robert Wagner.
Mr. Burr D. Coe
Purpose: The main purpose of Hi-Y is: To create and maintain the high Christian ways of living.
January Officers-Alvin Keene, President, john Ostrander, Vice-President, Howard Thomas, SecretaryaTreasurer.
june Officers-Alvin Keene, President, Theodore Tuke, Vice-President, Howard Thomas, Secretary-Treasurer
Conway Cox, Martin Cramer, Reuben Garner, Donald King, Robert McDonald, Fredrick McWilliams, Howard
Otis, Robert Strasenburgh, William Stuart, William Tutty, Roy Webster.
Purpose: To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian citizenship, and to prepare the members for
january Ofhcers-Robert Wood, Presidentg Frank Ragonesi, Vice-President: Lynn Hagstrom, Secretary
June Officers-Robert Scheck, President, Victor Morrell, Vice-President: James Devlin, Secretary
William Bagley, Robert Birmingham, Clarence Bissell, James Devlin, John Dryer, Edward Forgione, Lynn Hagstrom,
Richard Hoock, jack Lee, Victor Morrell, Arthur Parsons, Frank Ragonesi, Robert Scheck, Jack Sharp, Robert Smith,
Mr. Raymond F. Savage
Purpose: To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community.
AND MODE CLUB!
January Officers-Jeanne Harris, President, Yvonne Redshaw, Vice-President, Betsy Cook,
June Officers-Phyllis Kaplan, Presidentg Yvonne Redshaw, Vice-President: Jeanne Harris,
Jane Beale, Betsy Cook, Elaine Copp, June Davis, Mary Louise Downs, Mary Garson, Clara
Hall, Jeanne Harris, Phyllis Kaplan, Adelaide Korytko, Vivian Mulford, Devorah Neivert,
Yvonne Redshaw, Carol Vick, Joan Wilkinson.
Mrs. Frances W. Bass
Purpose: To associate with other girls, to develop leadership, and to render service to the school
January Officers-Doris Bartlett, Presidentg Alice Hall, Vice-President, Stanley Collier, Secretary
June Officers-Doris Bartlett, President, Aice Hall, Vice-President, Stanley Collier, Secretary
George Agoston, Bill Bagley, Hetty Jean Barth, Jean Baker, Doris Bartlett, Richard Bidwell,
Stanley Collier, John Dreier, Shirley Fink, Sarah Flateau, Lois Gerber, Alice Hall, Irving Joffe,
Donald King, Dorothy Lee, Shirley Meier, Marvin Morris, Robert Scheck, Miriam Senzel, Roy
Sharp, Elizabeth Stoll, Ruth Sweeney, Paul Weiner.
Mr. Carl Lang, Miss Evelyn Waugh
Purpose: The purpose of the German Club is to promote the speaking of, and the interest in,
the German language in Monroe High School.
JUNIOR FRENCH CLUB
January Officers-Marjorie Arnold, President, Sarah Shade, Vice-President, Crolyn Cheston,
Secretary, Helen Gilman, Treasurer
June Officers-Marjorie Arnold, President, Carolyn Cheston, Vice-Prsidentg Shirley Gaenzler,
Secretary, Marjorie Ann Roberts, Treasurer
Mark Amdursky, Marjorie Arnold, Gloria Arsove, Jane August, Jean Bauman, Jean Beaven,
Emanuel Burman, Carolyn Cheston, Marilyn Eber, Shirley Gaenzler, Gloris Mulford, Molly
Piersall, Marjorie Ann Roberts, Elizabeth Rowe, Elizabeth Rutan, Marjorie Savage, Nancy
Scarono, Arline Schoenberg, Ruth Seibert, Sarah Shade, Jean Sherman, Morton Soppe, Betty
Jean Stone, Sydell Tepper, Marshall Waingrow.
Miss Flora Rizzo
Purpose: To give an opportunity to French pupils to speak the French language outside of class.
January Oilicers-Ellis Irving Hormats, Presidentg Robert Schoenberg, Vice-President, Helen
Bittker, Secretary, Mark Rosenzweig, Tournament Master
June Officers-Ellis Irving Hormats, Presidentg Ruth Rosenzweig, Vice-President, Helen Bittker,
Secretary, Francis Atkins, Tournament Master
Francis Atkins, Helen Bittker, Nancy Brown, Marcus Crapsy, Joseph Davidson, Milton Gross,
Eugene Handler, Joseph Hampole, Ellis Hormats, Florence Kremer, Alvin Levin, Gerald Levinson,
Blanche Lichterman, Robert McMahon, Louise Moreland, Arline Purvin, Mark Rosenzweig,
Ruth Rosenzweig, Gordon Russell.
Mr. William M. Hutchinson
Purpose: To promote interest and knowledge in the playing of Chess, Checkers, and Camelot.
January Officers-Jack Jacobson, President, Oliver Hubbell, Vice-President, William Cady,
June OHicers-Jack Jacobson, President, Oliver Hubbell, Vice-President, William Cady,
Robert Able, Richard Andre, Edward Brown, James Brush, William Cady, Robert Cherry,
Marcus Crapsey, Robert Davis, William Gard, William Hall, Oliver Hubbell, Jack Jacobson,
Donald King, Paul Lang, Charles Lee, Jesse Lee, Robert Myres, Charles Nelson, John O'Conner,
Leslie Pinney, Beryl Present, Ernest Robertson, Louie Rosenthal, Ned Shad, La Verne Sherman,
Martin Sutter, George Tegart, Dan Tomlinson, Edwin Torry, Al Tyser, William Young.
Mr. Avery C. Bacon
Purpose: The club is for the enjoyment and recreation of the pupils of Monroe.
Marjorie Backus, Make-up Artist, Martin Birmingham, Asst. Scene Technician, Thelma Booth,
Stage Stenographer, Mike Christy, Stage Foreman, John Connolly, Stage Manager, Irving Fine-
stone, Business Manager, Janet Gates, Costumes QGirlsD, Merton Gundry, Asst. Stage Foreman,
Charles Haight, Large Property Master, Polly Jensen, Hand Property Master, Jean Krause,
Make-up Artist, Marvin Levey, Costumes CBoysD, Henry Miller, Electrician, Jane-Ellyn Stephens,
Stage Secretary, Betty Anne Van Arsdale, Costumes CGirlsJ, Richard A. Williamson, Jr., Scene
Miss Hazel Parker, Mr. Harold G. Sliker
Purpose: The purpose of the Monroe Playmakers is to produce the plays in Monroe High School
January Oilicers-Esther Cohen, President, Daniel Tomlinson, Secretary, Alvin Ureles, Program
William Caccamise, Esther Cohen, Lorraine Gallant, Betty Gavett, Betty Hyman, Jane Monahan,
Betty Price, Shirley Polakewich, Louis Rosenthal, Betty Ruby, Bud Schulman, David Snyder,
Daniel Tomlinson, Alvin Ureles.
Miss Marion J . Cummings
Purpose: To study microscopic plant and animal life.
VISUAL AID CLUB
January Officers-Norman Holthus, President, Oliver Hubbell, Vice-President, Richard Taylor,
June Officers-Norman Holthus, President, Oliver Hubbell, Vice'President, Richard Taylor,
Charles Bowerman, Jack Bresky, Robert Curry, Irwin Fredman, Milton Gross, William Garner,
Ellis Hormats, David Horsey, Robert Kohn, Louis Rosenthal, William Reynolds, Harry Thomas,
Mr. W. M. Hutchinson
Purpose: To foster interest in Visual Aid in Monroe High School and to train the students to
operate the visual equipment.
RED CROSS CLUB
January Officers-Ruth Coddington, Prsidentg Edna Goodman, Vice-President: Lorraine Malley,
Secretary: Lois Bailey, Chairman of Progress
June Officers--Ruth McNalley, President, Edna Goodman, Vice-President, Gladys Cooper,
Secretary, Isabel Miller, Chairman of Progress
Ruth Abel, Lois Bailey, Ruth Bellamy, Audrey Carter, Ruth Coddington, Gladys Cooper,
Shirley Dart, Jeanne Ehman, Edna Goodman, Lorraine Malley, Ruth McNalley, Isbael Miller,
Ruth Mercer, Evelyn Newell, Verna Oppelit, Arlene Otto, Shirley Porter, Dorothy Rossiter,
Doris Schaubert, Norma Smith, Martha Stalter, Helen Tomaney, Doris Waterstrat, Helais
Miss Florence Rapp
Purpose: Service to all in cooperation with the American Red Cross.
January Officers-Oswald P. Backus, Prseident: A. Wilson Darlow, Vice-President, H. William
June Officers-Leon Alderman, Presidentg H. William Earl, Vice-President: Myron Beal, Secre-
White, Ada Wilcox.
Myron Beal, James Beale, Charles Berger, Edward Darlow, Bruce Gillies, Hubert Gridley,
Martin Hendricks, Harold Lawry, James Marine, Jerold Marks, Carlton Moore, Sol Orden,
Morton Rosenbloom, Murray Wolfe. ADVISOR
Mr. Samuel Bloom
Purpose: To interest fellow students in stamp collecting and the stamp's history and to provide
a place to trade, buy, and sell stamps.
9th GRADE BOYS' CLUB
Mark Rosenzweig, President, Warren Bishop, Vice-President: Howard Henderson, Secretary,
Gardner Stacy, Treasurer: Richard Doser, Social Chairman
Mr. Walter J. Willis, Mr. John S. Wiles
January Oliicers-Dorothy C. Lee, President: Suzanne Gordon, Vice-President, Betsy Cook,
June Officers-Miriam Senzel, President, Noelle Cadle, Vice-President, Ruth Berger, Secretary-
Jane Beale, Ruth H. Berger, Edith Bernhard, Richard Bidwell, Richard Brown, Helen Bittker,
Noelle Cadle, Betsy Cook, Arline DeRoller, Shirley Fink, Florence Gelb, Jeanne Goldstein,
Suzanne Gordon, Clara Hall, Carl Humphrey, Irving Joffe, Anne Johanison, Ruth Kaplow,
Adelaide Korytko, Bella Koven, Mildred Koven, Dorothy C. Lee, Doris E. Mulhauser, Vivian
Mulford, Elizabeth Nixon, Miriam Senzel, Betty R. Spiller, Virginia Upham, Paul Weiner, Alice
Mr. Carl Lang
Purpose: The Globetrotters Club wishes to further peace through personal friendship and to
have its members become better acquainted with the customs and social life of the youth of other
M Y M,
Alice Conheady, President and Treasurerg Anne Johanison, Vice-President and Secretary
Purpose: To acquaint the upper-class pupils with those professions which they will some day
follow, and to provide the proper authority with which they may consult.
9th GRADE GIRL'S CLUB
Patricia Holmes, President, Marion Roziskey, Vice-Presidentg Ferne Lewis, Secretaryg Joan
Rubens, Social Chairman ,
Purpose: To provide a means by which the ninth grade girls may become acquainted, to enable
them to develop leadership, to teach them the social graces, and to provide entertainment for them.
January Officers-Charles F. Wray, President, Virginia Hewitt, Vice-Presidentg Frank Winter,
Secretary, Edward Mathews, Treasurer
June Officers-Charles F. Wray, President, Virginia Hewitt, Vice-President, Frank Winter,
Secretary, Edward Mathews, Treasurer
Edmond Abel, Charles Conderman, Edward Darlow, Robert Hammond, Virginia Hewitt, Cecilia
Hughs, Edward Mathews, Jack Nairn, Robert Perkarsky, David Row, Thayer Sanderson, Jerry
Tokars, Frank Winter, Charles Wray.
Miss Grace L. Murray
Purpose: The purpose of the Archeology Club shall be the study of New York State archeology,
to promote a better appreciation and understanding of the American Indian.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB
January Officers-Irving Beal, President, Fay Calkins, Vice-President, Roger Blank, Secretary
June Officers-Irving Beal, President, Fay Calkins, Vice-President, Richard L. Swart, Secretary
Irving Beal, Wennie Bends, Edith Bernhard, Helen Bittker, Fay Calkins, Betsy E. Cook, Eddigard
Delany, Patricia Delany, Delphine Demarco, Sarah Flateau, William Forsythe, Irwin Fredman,
Jeanne Goldstein, Thelma Herman, George Johnson, Virginia Knopf, Alvin Levin, James Marine,
Shirley Meier, James Michael, Richard L. Swart, Miriam Senzel, William Sturn, Alice J. Waher,
Paul Weiner, Lawrence Young.
Miss Una Hutchinson
Purpose: The Club purpose is to study International Relations and Promote Peace.
January Oiiicers-Paul S. Weiner, President, Dorothy Lee, Vice-Prsidentg Frances K. Kammer,
June Officers-Paul S. Weiner, Presidentg Dorothy Lee, Vice-Presidentg Frances K. Kammer,
Oswald P. Backus, Leonard Baker, David Baldwin, Myron Beal, Winifred Benes, Charles Bower-
man, Elsie Cherkass, Betsy Cook, William Dutton, Thelma Herman, Frances Kammer, Dorothy
Lee, Jesse Lee, Richard Swart, Paul S. Weiner, Alice Wilner.
Mr. Paul W. Matheis
Purpose: To help the members improve themselves in the arts of elocution and debating.
Ralph Blair, Coach, Ames Curchin, Cocaptaing Paul Bansbach, Cocaptain, Frederick Raines,
Paul Bansbach, David Conklin, Ames Curchin, Gerald Curran, Frederick Herzog, Harold
Richards, Howard Samuels, Robert Springer, Edward Sweeney, Arthur Zelter.
Monroe Brighton . Monroe Tech . .
Monroe Brighton . Monroe B. Frank .
Monroe Washington Monroe West . .
Monroe West . . Monroe Washington
Monroe Hornell . Monroe Madison .
Monroe East . . Monroe East . .
Monroe jefferson . Monroe Marshall .
Monroe Marshall . Monroe Charlotte .
The basketball team passed a fairly successful season this year, winning ten games while losing
six. High spots of the season were two games, that with Jefferson and the second game with
Washington. If the team had displayed the calibre of basketball shown in those two games
throughout the season, an even better record might have been gained. After the midterm ex-
aminations the team lost Red Zelter and Dave Conklin which materially weakened the team in
the following few games which resulted in Monroe defeats. One game was dropped to Hornell,
the Steuben county champion, the cause of which was mostly due to poor oliiciating. In league
play the Monroe team won five games while losing four and ending up in fifth place by virtue of
CASEY CAGEDI CAN'T CDMDLAIN
Tlrllf IDEAL KICK IN MONROE
Leonard Caldwell, Coach, Ames Curchin, Captain: Earl Sweeney, Manager
Frank Adams, Marinus Kaeymel, Howard Samuels, Wings, Ames Curchin, Alex Henderson,
Insidesg Arthur Zelter, Center, John Adams, Tom MacDowell, Edward Truesdale, Halfbacks:
Bob Maxwell, Richard Flutz, Fullbacksg Paul Bansbach, Goalg Harold Hayes, Joe Franklin,
Robert Tutty, Paul Neff, Victor Schroeder, Reserves.
Due to the extremely unseasonable weather experienced toward the end of the season, Monroe
did not play its scheduled game with Canandaigua. Had our team successfully won the proposed
encounter, Monroe would have ended the season tied for second place. High scorer for the team
for the season was Ames Curchin,
RESULTS OF THE PAST SEASON
Monroe . 1 West . . 0 Monroe . 1 Franklin . . 0
Monroe . 1 Jefferson . . 3 Monroe . 0 Madison . . 0
Monroe . 5 Marshall . . 1 Monroe . 2 Charlotte . . 3
Monroe . 3 East . . 1 Monroe . 3 Edison Tech . 1
Mr. Lee Ackley, Coach, Tom Mitchell, Manager
Lawerence Young, Ernest Robertson, Charles Toor, Cary Brown, Glen Davis, Ernest Sherman,
Charles Hamilton, Ivar Lundgaard, Mason Pearsall, Joe Dygert, Wiliam Bagley, Robert Seelye,
Frank Cummings, Harold Blohm, Paul Kendall, William Mendenhall, Herman Norton, Robert
Randall, Robert Wallace, Raymond Koehler, Robert Curry, Robert Scheck.
The team Coach Ackley fashioned out of the material on hand in the fall of 1936 turned out
to be superior enough to tie the powerful team of Edison Tech for second place in the final ratings
of the Interscholastic League. The men of the team who earned their senior "M" this season
numbered six: Larry Young, Ted Davis, Ernest Robertson, Cary Brown, Ernest Sherman, and
Charles T oor. While these men were influential in attaining the second place position for Monroe,
they were backed up by a strong reserve team who were eventually granted their Reserve "M's".
Those receiving reserve team awards were: Charles Hamilton, Ivar Lundgaard, Joe Dygert,
William Bagley, Robert Seelye, Frank Cummings, Harold Blohm, Paul Kendall, William Men-
denhall, Herman Norton, Robert Randall, Robert Wallace, Raymond Koehler, Robert Curry,
and Robert Scheck.
The setup will be a little changed next year all over the city. It has been decided to have a
regular reserve team to run in meets for reserve teams only. This adds a new angle to the outlook,
for, heretofore, everybody ran in the same race and the best men came out on top, thus leaving
the important reserve runners in complete obscurity. The new setup will open up a new field of
opportunity for the average runner, and all signs points to its turning out for the best.
The results of the meets run were as follows:
Friday, October 2, 1936-Monroe 39, Edison 39, East 45. Time 11 min.
Friday, October 9, 1936-Monroe 32, Madison 33, West 66. Time 11:05:02
Friday, October 16, 1936--Marshall 27, Monroe 40, Jefferson 69. Time 10:58:02
Friday, October 23, 1936-Monroe 20, Charlotte 44, Franklin 76. Time 10:58:02
Lewis Michelsen, Coachg Arthur Kryger, Captain
Paul Fromm, Robert Grabb, Edward Harnishfeger, Art Kryger, John Rogers
Ben Franklin . 24 4 West High . 12 16
Edison Tech . 2 2 6 Washington . . 11 17
Monroe . 18 10 East High 8 20
Marshall . 12 16 Madison . 5 23
Third place was the place the Monroe bowling team achieved in league play and this about sums
up the results for the season. A Monroe bowler, John Rogers, won the interscholastic singles
championship with a piece of excellent bowling.
I3 A TT E I2 U D
Since the first practice of the season hasn't even been held as yet, the comments made herein can
only be considered as prophesies. The majority of the team which won the Sectional title in 1936
is returning, but there are several noticeable absences. Tony Cagnazzo and Ike Doty, mainstays
of the championship pitching staff have both left school. George Gamble, league's heaviest hitter
last year, has been declared ineligible while Charley Phillips, stellar shortstop, has graduated.
Jerry Curran, up from the reserves, and Paul Fromm, a transfer from West who may be eligible,
are the only hurlers who seem up to the standard of interscholastic baseball. The makeup of the
rest of the team is highly problematical although most of it will be made up of holdovers from
the previous season.
Although no predictions can be made as to final standings of the league, the Monroe team
should give a respectable performance.
100 Yard Dash-Schroeder, Metherell 220 Yard Hurdles-Sharp, Lundgaard
220 Yard Dash-Schroeder, Stewart Broad Jump-Schroeder, Kendall, Sharp, Sweeney
440 Yard Run-Kendall, Seely High Jump-Rauber, Rogers, Glynn, Shepard
880 Yard Run-Brown, Davis, Pearsall Pole Vault-Austin, Nixon
Mile Run-Young, Sherman Shot Put-Cook, Schoenberg, Yates
With the return of many of last year's veterans, the Track Team, under the coaching of Lewis
Michelsen, is looking forward to another championship in the Interscholstic League. Several new
candidates are giving serious competition to the regulars, thereby assuring Coach Michelsen the
best of the school's runners.
ITAIQI DF THE CINDEIQ DATH
Tl'1EY'l2E CDUIQTING TIQDUIBLE WITH
Mr. Ackley, Coach
Monroe's tennis fans can look forward to another season with high hopes for their third straight
championship tennis team. Despite the loss of four letter-meng LaVerne Horton, Roy Roberts,
Bob Lovell, and Lester Klein, the team prospects seem bright with letter-man Howie Samuels
returning to act as mainstay of a team likely to be composed of Ernie Frank, Bob Payton, and
two or three other players to be chosen from a group including Flint, Cooros, Kalb, Thompson,
Rogachefsky, Maxwell, Kilborn, Rosenthal, and Kaplan. Coach Ackley started practice soon
after the Easter holidays. The matches this year will, as usual, be played on the courts of the
Rochester Tennis Club and the Maplewood HY."
No too much can be ascertained about the golf prospects at this point. From past standards,
the Charlotte team rates the top spot. However the Monroe team looms up to be the dark horse
of the league. Stan Collier is the solitary veteran returning from last year's team. Ray Weisler,
a substitute who gave a very creditable performance in tying Stan for fourth place in the Inter-
scholastics last year, is expected to receive another of the berths on the team. The winning of
places by even these two is not assured, all four places being open for competition at this point.
From among the other golfers of the school enough good material should be found to at least
finish in third place, the spot occupied by last year's team.
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