Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)
- Class of 1934
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LIFE AT MYNDERSE PASS THROUGH
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WITH ITS ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS,
HENCE WE HAVE CHOSEN THIS SEA-
SONAL THEME FOR OUR ANNUAL. WE
HOPE TO TAKE YOU MONTH BY
MONTH THROUGH THE SCHOOL YEAR,
A YEAR MADE NOTEWORTHY BY
WORTH WHILE ACCOMPLISHMENTSg
SO THAT YOU, OUR READERS, MAY
PAUSE WITH US AS WE LOOK BACK
AT THE MILESTONES THAT HAVE
MARKED ANOTHER YEAR AT MYNDERSE
ACADEMY, AND LEARN MORE OF LO-
CAL EDUCATION, ONE OF THE CHIEF
INDUSTRIES OF OUR COMMUNITY.
THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-F OUR
DEDICATES ITS MYNDERSIAN TO
HAROLD CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR,
VICE-PRINCIPAL OF MYNDERSE
ACADEMY, AS A MARK OF FRIEND-
SHIP FOR A TEACHER WHOSE
SKILL AND ENTHUSIASM HAVE
STIMULATED IN HIS CLASSES A
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I-IUBERT L. MOTT, B.S., M.A
Wesleyan College, Cornell University
Superintendent of Schools
FRANK W. VOGEL, BS.
HAROLD C. TAYLOR, B.S.
lULlA H. O'BRIEN, B.A
College of New Rochelle
IEAN S. WEATHERLOW
IEAN R. GEORGE, B.L.l,
Emerson College ol
BESSIE M. WICKES
HAZEL C. RILEY, B.L.
MARY M. MILLER, A.B.
Albany State College
EARL L. HILEIKER, A.B.
EMILY B. SMITH
University ol 'Wisconsin
WARREN E. WORMUTI-I
H. LOUISE GROVER, BS.
ROBERT S. BRUMAGIM
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REXEORD M. RQCKWEI ,I.
ARTHUR L. BAKER
RENA E. STEIGERWAID
EMII.Y M. FRAE'3IiR
IOHN C. I"RAf'SER
LUCY A. CARDWIWI,
EDITH M, IOIINSSON, RN
CATHERINE E. I"YI"I'1
GRACE I. CZIISHSS
Gem we -cu
HAZEL M. WEILTHER
DORIS I.. IAFOEH
BIRDENA E. CAMIIANY
Blakeney, Mary lane
Leet, Mary Edith
Matthews, lean Ann
Parish, Marian '
Spahr, Mary lane
Ragan, Philip an Bergen, Norma
, Riese, Eila
Wilson, La Verne
BACK ROW: A Van Etten, Howes, Clark, Miller, Ralston, Wilkie, Bachman, Braclit, Hadley, Sfeinglein,
2 Forelli, G. Sullivan
ECOND ROW' H. Raclimgn, Perrons, Morehouse, E Sullivan, Couxinr, Knox. Romeo, Wyclrer, Dombrowslri, Fflzgeralfl
LOWER ROW' Marrroleo, Tavener, Clarlc, Rogers, Youngr, Trumbell, Jonef, Vogel, Salato, High
Despite the loss of many veterans from the previous year's squad, the prospects
for Mynderse Acaderny's 1933 football team seemed very encouraging, how-
ever, hampered by frequent injuries, Coach Baker's Blue and White eleven
compiled the disappointing record of two wins, two ties and four losses, scoring
fifty-seven points to its opponents' seventy-one.
Led by Captain Knox, Mynderse opened its season at ,Ithaca against the power-
ful Ithaca High eleven on September 23. Although defeated 19 to O, the team
put up a very creditable fight. On September 30 in the first home game of the
season, Marcellus was defeated by a score of 19 to O. On October 7 Mynderse
was held to a scoreless tie at Watkins Glen and the following week on the State
Street field bowed to Geneva 13 to 7. On October 21, Mynderse won a 19 to 6
victory over Starkey Seminary in a rough game. The following week, Painted
Post obtained ample revenge for the 13 to 6 setback it received here in 1932 by
giving Mynderse a 13 to O licking. On November 4, in the last home game of
the season Newark rallied in the second half to tie Mynderse 6 to 6. The season
was brought to a close on November 11 at Owego, where Mynderse dropped a
14 to 6 decision.
Cecil Fitzgerald, veteran tackle, was elected captain for 1934, when Mynderse
will play as a member of the Central lnterscholastic League. Other members
of this league, all of whom appear on the 1934 schedule, are Waterloo, Penn
Yan, Watkins Glen, Elmira Heights, Horseheads and Starkey Seminary.
Mynderse will lose from this year's squad Captain Knox,
Eugene Sullivan, Philip Wycker, Harold Bachman, Douglas f " A '
Cousin, Dominick Romeo, Briney Dombrowski, Charles
Ralston, Clare Hoster, Frederick Clark, Paul Bracht, los-
eph Stenglein, Stuart Miller.
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BACK ROW: Snyder, Davis, O'Gradv, Brower, Van Etten, Ortino
S OND ROW Dclrrow, Loomis, Peclr, Lewis, Compitello, Adviser, Strong, Cooper, Campbell, Trulan
LOWER ROW Vogel, Doran, Sinicropf, Palumbo, Bracht, Martino
The "Microphone" has taken rapid strides in the seven years since the first edition
went to press until it is now recognized as an essential feature of Mynderse life.
Miss Compitello, faculty adviser of the "Microphone," holds a meeting of the
entire staff every Thursday during the special activity period which the staff
members utilize for work on the paper. The members are always encouraged
to bring in "ideas" and original material, and are shifted constantly from one
section to another in an effort to determine which positions they fit best. This
method is proving very successfulg for already, talent, which was hitherto un-
suspected, has been unearthed.
In the spring, the would-be staff member's fancy turns to thoughts of the "Mi-
crophone's" annual competitive examination, held to select new staff members,
who must not only obtain a reasonably high mark in the examination but must
have and maintain a scholastic average of at least eighty-five per cent. English
work, especially, is emphasized. At present the staff numbers twenty. Anita
Palumbo, the editor-in-chief, is assisted by Paul Bracht, Robert Brower, Florence
Campbell, Florence Cooper, Richard Davis, Marian Dickow, Elizabeth Doran,
Margaret Lewis, Betty Loomis, Teresa Martino, Francis O'Grady, Leo Ortino,
Betty Peck, loseph Sinicropi, fames Snyder, Virginia Strong, Alyce Trulan,
Roy Van Etten, Philip Vogel.
On February 12 of this year, the "Mike" as it is familiarly called, held a bene-
fit show, the "Searchlight Minstrels," in which not only staff members but also
talented outsiders participated. This was both a financial and theatrical success.
The staff expects to end its activities for the year with the annual dinner at
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Since freshmen are history in the making, we had to wait for this our sophomore
year before beginning our saga. To go back to the beginning, last year we were
the so-called "problem children" of Mynderse until Mr. Vogel found home rooms
for "the largest class ever."
Large bodies move slowly, it took us until after mid-years to get under way,
when we elected Francis O'Grady, president of the classg and he with our ad-
visers helped plan our only social activity, the picnic at the Cayuga Lake State
Park. This was really an ambitious undertaking, considering the number to
be transported, the sports program and subsequent appetities. That's the nice
thing about freshmen, no one expects them to be either dignified in conduct or
dainty in appetite, and our class was no exception. We really had a riotous time
and everyone enjoyed himself with possible exception of the advisers. Mr.
Taylor and Mr. Rockwell roasted hot dogs while Mr. Wormuth and Mr. Vogel
assisted by Miss Wickes, directed the recreational activities in an effort to keep
us intact until we were ready to take the home trail. lt really was a big day for
l haven't mentioned our scholastic or athletic achievements, but both were
promising. So ended our first year.
Book Two starts with our reorganization as sophomores in new home rooms.
We elected the following officers: Nellie Ward, president, Douglas Spaid, vice-
presidentg Florence Campbell, secretary, lack Mumford, treasurer, advisers,
Miss Miller, Miss Smith, Miss Weatherlow and Mr. Hilfiker. The record for the
year is incomplete at this time, but the class has entered whole-heartedly into
Mynderse activities and feel ready to join the ranks of upper classmen in the fall
in guite the traditional manner.
Milli, Manager, Freeland, Sullivan, Wyclrer, Mastroleo, Sullivan, Cousin, Panucci, Ortino, Knox, M ll B ht B lr C li
The outlook at the beginning of the basketball season was very bleak for Myn-
derse as Coach Arthur Baker had to build a team from a nucleus of only one
regular player and three other members of last year's squad who had had some
varsity experience. The team got off to a bad start, but after the first few games,
they clicked to perfection and the prospects of winning the Finger Lakes League
title became a form of encouragement to them. The team played its best basket-
ball in league competition and in the Fayetteville game. At Fayetteville, when
8 points behind, they staged a rally and held the opponents scoreless while
scoring 10 points to win the game.
The climax of the season was reached when Mynderse defeated the strong
Geneva team on our own court 20-18 in two overtime periods. Mynderse's
hopes for the title were dashed later when Geneva scored a 25-21 victory at
Geneva. Although defeated at Canandaigua the following week, Mynderse
retained second place in the league and played Manchester, the runners-up in
League B, in the preliminary to the Geneva-Victor game at Canandaigua and
defeated them by a 16-15 score. The season closed with 11 victories and 10
defeats. Douglas Cousin, star forward and high scorer for the season, was
elected honorary captain for the 1933-34 season.
The summary of the season follows:
Mynderse 17 Gnondaga Valley . 26 Mynderse 25 Canandaigua. . . 17
Mynderse 23 Clyde ........... 20 Mynderse 17 Penn Yan ...... 11
Mynderse 30 Penn Yan ........ 18 Mynderse 21 Waterloo ....... 19
Mynderse 12 Clyde ...... , . .22 Mynderse 16 lordan ........ .30
Mynderse 19 Waterloo ..,. . . .22 Mynderse 12 lthaca ........ .35
Mynderse 16 Auburn ..... . . . 18 Mynderse 21 Geneva ....... .25
Mynderse 16 Alumni .......... 15 Mynderse 23 Fayetteville ..... 21
Mynderse 31 Fayetteville ....... 22 Mynderse 22 Canandaigua. . .26
Mynderse 24 Onondaga Valley .21 Mynderse 22 lthaca ......... 35
Mynderse 20 Geneva ..,....... 18 Mynderse 16 Manchester ..... 15
Mynderse 19 Auburn .......... 21
T M Ch lk Boswell, Stevenxon, Lewis' Ward, Bucknim, Lynch, Andrew: Giannotti, Doran Capacci, Baker
The Mynderse girls began the season with a very decisive victory over Clyde
on their home court. This game gave the team the desired amount of confidence
with which to continue the year. The girls played their best defensive game of
the season against Waterloo and greatly increased their confidence as a result
of beating their traditional rivals 16-3. The Waterloo team was held to one
field basket the entire game. Defeat by a strong Penn Yan team in both games
was something hard to swallow, but the girls took their defeat with cheerfulness.
The encounter with Penn Yan on our court was a heartbreaker to lose. Myn-
derse led during the entire game, but a basket in the last seconds gave a victory
to the invaders. The lthaca game at lthaca was another Htough break"g again
Mynderse led, but a last quarter rally defeated them by three points.
The players who will be greatly missed through graduation are Emily Andrews,
Hope Stevenson, lone Gionnatti and Mildred Mitchell, all veterans of two or
more years. Dolores Lynch, Margaret Lewis, Barbara Boswell, and Elizabeth
Doran will be back to play again for Blue and White. Around these four stars
will be built next year's team.
The scores of the games for l933-34 follow:
Mynderse 27 Clyde 8
Mynderse l6 Waterloo 3
Mynderse l Alumnae 5
Mynderse l Penn Yan 25
Mynderse 2 Penn Yan 22
Mynderse ll Waterloo l7
Mynderse 23 lthaca 26
Mynderse 3 Clyde l8
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BACK ROW: Sinicropi Mills, Kuney, Miller, Bracht, Semmons, Knox, Clarlr Wyclre
THIRD ROW: Andrews, Giannotti, Palumbo, Cooper, Clarlr Sullivan, Finn, Martino, Ml ll M C t y
SECOND ROW: Lay Stevenson, Hamilton, O'Brien, Adviser, Moore, Do 6 o slr
LOWER ROW: Coleman, Doran, Boolrman, Tavener, Nelson
The Class of 1934 offers as its contribution to Mynderse, the ninth volume of the
"Myndersian, " the annual publication of the senior class. lt serves as a permanent
record of classes, athletics and other activities of the school year, and is treasured
through the years because of its connection with school life.
The 1933 "Myndersian, " which represented the one hundredth anniversary of
the founding of Mynderse Academy, was the first fo our year books to win First
Honor Rating in the National Scholastic Press Contest, although each annual en-
tered in the contests has won Second Honor Rating. We have chosen "The Sea-
sons" as our theme for the 1934 "Myndersian" with which we are trying to reach
a higher goal than other classes. ln as much as our activities fall into seasonal
divisions, we offer this year a book that we think bids fair to be the most original
of any edited at Mynderse.
The staff for our book this year is headed by Helen Moore as editor-in-chief,
with Luella Allen, Emily Andrews, Florence Finn, Florence Cooper, Teresa Mar-
tino, Virginia Lay, Anita Palumbo and Hope Stevenson as assistants. Our busi-
ness manager is George Sullivan assisted by Frederick Clark, Valerie Clark,
Donald Knox, Donald Kuney, Ethel Bookman, Arlene Tavener, Paul Bracht,
George Semmens, loseph Sinicropi, Philip Wycker, Genevieve Dornbrowski,
Margaret Doran, Helene Millela, Stuart Miller, Helen McCarthy, and Warren
Mills, typists are lane Nelson, lone Giannotti, and Sarah Coleman. The art
editor is Robert Hamilton. Staff members were chosen for their ability in English,
art, and business.
The success of our "Myndersian" we owe to Miss G'Brien,
publication adviser, under whose guidance we have worked
with happiness and inspiration.
Miss O'Brien and
K ROW Goclveneur Clark, Marsh, Swanson, Sullivan, Burgerx, Sernmons, Kuney, Rslxton
THIRD ROW Alle Schuster, Domgrowslri, George Advixen lrland, Mastroleo, Clarlc, Palumbo, Cooner, Milella
SECOND ROW: M ore Smitli Com :on Edd: Chalk r Minor Dor n
LOWER ROW: 0Orlmo, Clonin, Thbenolt, Olmtteaiil Hamilton 6
WIG AND ROUGE
Wig and Rouge, which was organized in 1930 by Miss Frances Hathaway,
dramatic coach at Mynderse, started its third year ot existence under the super!
vision of Miss lean George, who succeeded Miss Hathaway when the latter re-
signed to be married to Mr. Erwin Worm, lr., of Oswego.
The requirement for admission into the club is satisfactory participation in
some dramatic effort of the school curriculum, such as the junior play, the senior
play, or operetta, or some public speaking work, such as the Prize Speaking
Contest held in lune. The club has grown since its organization until now it has
At the first meeting of the year Miss George took up instruction in stage
make-up. Later after the initiation of aspirants who had participated in the senior
play, "The Rivals," the activities of the Wig and Rouge really commenced. A
float, decorated by various club members, represented the society in the local
N.R.A. parade. The theme of the float was based on the two characters, Pierrot
and Pierrette, who were the French adaptation of "The Italian Harlinguinadef'
the foundation for dramatic art in the occiclental countries.
During the second semester the members worked on a project which was com-
pleted in March. The exhibit included a miniature stage setting with complete
lighting equipment, curtains, stage setting and puppets, which will be on display
in the library. Miss George also took up a thorough study of the one-act play.
Before the Wig and Rouge banquet in Tune at Lakeside, Owasco, the club's
last activity for the semester, the musical comedy, "An Old Spanish Custom,"
sponsored jointly by the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and the Wig and Rouge,
and Prize Speaking were added to the list of the club's achievements for this
Wig and Rouge officers for 1933-1934 are Caroline Chalker, president, Carl
Irland, secretaryg Anthony Mastroleo, treasurer, and Miss Iean George, adviser.
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K ROW Flynn, Kinney, Romamclr W, Vogel, Romaniclr J., O'Grady, Romeo, Calarco
OND ROW: Merkel, Ralxton, Trulan, O'Brien, Boxwell, Clerk, Mitchell, Turri
WER ROW: Minor, Hamilton, Knox, Toomey, Finn, Stergerwald, Adviser
Our art club, Acanthus, whose name was chosen because of the fact that the
acanthus leaf was the chief decorative motive of the ancient Greeks, had its
fourth birthday in February of this year.
Officers for the year were lohn Toomey, president, Aden VanCleef, vice-
president, Robert Hamilton, secretary, Donald Knox, treasurer, Florence Finn,
publicity managerg Viola Minor, program chairman, Mrs. Rena Steigerwald,
Acanthus has had an active year. Early in the fall, work was begun on the
articles for the club's annual gift sale at Christmas time. Card table covers,
book marks, book covers, and pillows were made of suede by the members. At
the gift sale, there was also held an exhibition and sale of lapanese wood-block
prints. ln March, a benefit bridge party held in the art room, was sponsored by
the club. Also in this month, something new in the art line was inaugurated in
Mynderse. This was the charcoal sketch class organized by Mrs. Steigerwald
that met after school once every two weeks. Its purpose was to arouse an active
art interest in the school, and judging by the enthusiastic response, this purpose
was realized. The classes were well attended, and students from various classes
acted as models for the studies in charcoal.
Through the art column in the "Microphone," Acanthus has kept the school in-
formed of its activities and aims. Also, art news and topics ot interest to students
of Mynderse have been published in this column. In lune, the annual banquet
will be given in honor of the seniors, featured by speeches by members of the
club and the presentation of farewell gifts to the members who will be lost to the
club through their graduation later in the month. This social event will bring
the year to a successful close.
BACK ROW: De Santo, Smith, Palumbo, Sullivan, Cooper, Kuney, Ort
SECOND ROW: Lay, Deal, Lewis, L ncli, Rile , Adviser, Dombrowslri, Cluellce St o g
Lowsn Row. Mom, dak, Hoffman, olmfmd, Peck, Minor
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
The ranks of the French club were so thinned by graduation and completion of
the French course that only eleven veteran members were left to report to the
first fall meeting.
The officers elected to carry out this year's program were Philip Olmstead,
president, Genevieve Dombrowski, secretary, Ethel Bookman, treasurer, and
Miss Riley, faculty adviser.
A new idea adapted by the club limits the number of new members to be taken
in at one time to ten in order that they may be more thoroughly assimilated into
the activities of the club and have more concentrated practice and improvement
in speaking the French language, a more comprehensive knowledge of France
and the French people, and a happy association with fellow French students.
In February the French Club's main activity was a library project, displaying
the streets and buildings ot Paris. The Champs Elysees is the famous street
around which the exhibit centered. La Place de La Concorde, the scene of re-
cent riots, was skillfully interpreted. Among the important buildings were the
Arc de Triumph, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, the University of Paris, and the
Pantheon, which bears a sign over its door: "The fatherland is grateful for its
Later in the year a goodly number of old and new members of Le Cercle
Francais went to Rochester for their annual banquet at the French Tea Room. A
typical French menu was servedg and Miss Lillian Hull, hostess of the tea room,
who has spent several years travelling and studying in France, lectured on
One of the most interesting phases of work of the year was the use of films de-
picting French life and customs at several of the club meetings. Miss Riley lec-
tured during these periods, explaining the various pictures by telling the story
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BACK ROW: Cappacci, Andrews, Cross, Spears, Traver, Challrer
SECOND ROW: Salato, Pioli Ricci, Paddock, Check, Compson, Wilson
WER ROW: Cardwell, Adviser, Warner, Wiley, Larzelere, Strong, Johnson, Adviser
THE I-IEARTH CLUB
One of the more recent clubs, "The Hearth," was formed in l93l, having as its
advisers Miss Cardwell and Miss lohnson. The motto which is followed in the
club is "We shall study not for school, but for health, home and happiness."
This motto is carried out by the special study of all subjects touching on home
life. This year the club decided to make a study of home crafts such as knitting
The club has had various activities during the year, the first of which was the
initiation of its new members. This meeting was in the form of a Hallowe'en
party, which was held in the home economics room for the occasion. Ruby
Spears and Viola Schuster, chairmen of the committees, decorations and re-
freshments, were responsible for the success of this party.
During the month of December the club held a silver tea at which Miss Bessie
Wickes was the guest of honor. Each Hearth member invited two guests to at-
tend the tea. Mary Flynn was in charge of the refreshments, with Winifred
Compson and Margaret Wilson on her committee. The room was decorated by
Helen Lay and lanet Larzelere, while Nady Ricci was chairmen of the program
On February l5 a delightful Valentine's party was held. Some very clever
ideas of entertainment, contributed by the members, made the evening enjoyable.
Mary Flynn and Stella Antoniak were in charge of the food committee, and Wini-
fred Compson and Nady Ricci of the entertainment.
The membership of the club totals twenty-one. The present officers are Ann
Wiley, presidentg Virginia Strong, vice-presidentg lanet Larzelere, secretary, and
Elizabeth Warner, treasurer. The regular meetings of the Hearth Club are held
in Miss Cardwell's room the first Wednesday of every month at four o'clock.
December twenty-eighth was the date chosen for the ball, that meant that an ac-
tive senior committee didn't have much vacation for days preceding it while they
were busy giving the gym a party taceg but the results more than repaid them for
their sacrifices and the hazards ot the trips to the swamps tor the greens. Trees,
trees and more trees were used to give a Christmasy look, and when the electrical
work was completed, twinkly lightsered, green, blue, and orange gave just the
desired effect. Holly and evergreen garlands testooned across the lower end ot
the gym formed an attractive background for Charlie Cuthbert's Band, which
furnished the music for the party.
The night of the ball Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mott, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vogel and
Miss Iulia O'Brien received the seniors, and gave their usual gracious welcome
to more than a hundred guests, many ot whom were college students at home tor
Miss O'Brien directed the committee which made the Senior Ball another suc-
cess ior Nineteen Thirty-four. Those who assisted Paul Bracht, chairman, were
Valerie Clark, Genevieve Dombrowski, Margaret Doran, lone Giannotti, Helen
McCarthy, Olide Turri, George Sullivan, Philip Glmstead, Warren Mills,
Frederick Clark, Robert Brower, George Semmens, loseph Sinicropi, Donald
Knox, Raymond Gochenaur, Dominick Romeo, Briney Dombrowski, Robert
Russel, Stuart Miller.
In addition to the above, an unofficial floor committee worked atter the ball was
over under the supervision ot Coach Baker to make the gym sate tor the Alumni-
Varsity game, while the floor still retained evidence ot its polished days oi social
splendor. To this secondary committee, the seniors express belated apprecia-
tion. May we say, with apologies to Kipling,
"You're better men than we are, Gunga Dins"?
Thirty-five answered to roll call lanuary 25, 1934, in Room 61 in response to
Miss George's idea of a debate club in Mynderse, and from this number twenty-
one were chosen for the club. The aim of the members, of course, is to under-
stand the fundamentals of debating and become good debaters. ln order to be a
member one must have a fairly good average in English and attend instructions
regularly. So far, members have had practice in informal debating. The first
real debate of the club was on March twenty-second, and on every Thursday
morning thereafter during the activity period until the middle of April formal
debates were given.
AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
The Mynderse Academy Amateur Radio Club, consisting of sixteen members,
was organized in March, 1934. The aim of this group is to study and investigate
the theory and practice of radio construction, transmission and reception.
Any student of Mynderse Academy who has taken or is taking a second year
of science, or one who has had practical experience in any field of radio is
eligible for application to membership.
At the first meeting which was held March 8, 1934, a constitution was drawn
up and officers were elected, including Mr. Harold F. Miller, faculty adviser,
Edwin Burroughs, chief engineer, loseph Stenglein, assistant engineer, and
Dominick Ortino, secretary-treasurer.
THE FACULTY CLUB
The faculty club officers for this year are Miss Hazel Riley, president, Mrs. lessie
Matthews, vice-president, Miss Martha Mertz, secretary, and Miss Louise Grover,
This year's activities were begun by a reception and dinner given at the Gould
Hotel, to acquaint the new teachers with their fellow colleagues. This was fol-
lowed soon after by a public card party, the proceeds of which went to the
Teachers' Welfare Fund. This fund is for teachers who for some reason do not
receive the benefit of the Pension Law. One of the most outstanding achieve-
ments has been the organization of the Faculty Book Club. Each teacher con-
tributed a book, to be rented to the others at a small fee. The proceeds from
these rental fees are to be used to buy more books to form a permanent library.
Each month, at the meetings, some topic of interest concerning problems of the
school and education has been discussed. The last gesture of the club this year
is to be a dinner in lune.
What more outstanding acknowledgment of the really deep meaning of our Alma
Mater could be sought than the large gathering of Mynderse Alumni at the Hotel
Gould on December 28 for the dinner-dance of the association in honor of the
one hundredth birthday of our school?
Mr. Francis Souhan, president, welcomed the guests and acknowledged the
gift of 1923 toward a scholarship fund. Miss Carol Lester, toastmistress, intro-
duced Mr. Francis l. Clary of Rochester, the principal speaker of the evening,
who recalled Myndersians, past and present, who have become prominent since
graduation from Mynderse.
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THE JUNIOR CLASS
This year the lunior Class has a total enrollment of eighty-one. This large num-
ber necessitated the use of Room 64 as a junior home room, making three junior
rooms. The class officers for the year are the following: president, Cecil Fitz-
geraldg vice-president, Viola Minorg secretary, Naomi Latting and treasurer, Roy
Van Etten. The class advisers are Miss Hazel Riley, Miss Louise Grover and Mr.
The first activity of the year for the juniors was a very successful all-school
party held in the gymnasium on November twenty-fourth. The chairmen for the
various committees were as follows: music, Elizabeth Warner, refreshments, Ann
Wileyg decorations, William Rominickg advertising, Virginia Strong and enter-
tainment, Ralph Nicot. The entertainment committee arranged a very amusing
melodramatic skit, entitled "The Light Went Cut," which was given by Elizabeth
Doran, Herbert Leet, Roy Van Etten, Rose Ryck and Ellery De Santo.
Under the direction of Miss George the juniors presented the comedy
"Tommy" as the class play. This was given by a double cast on the evenings of
April 26 and 27. Leading roles were taken by lack Matthews, Ralph Sly, Mare
garet Lewis and Nady Ricci. The play was a very great success and provided
hilarious entertainment for those who attended.
The lunior Class are very secretive about their last social atfair of the year,
the Promg but as usual, we know that elaborate plans are under way to make the
party memorable for their guests of honor, the seniors. The date is lune twenty-
seventhg the place, the gym. Don't miss it.
BACK ROW: Coacl1lBalrer, Kelley, Romeo, Sullivan, Place, Baclrman, Magill, Rum: y
LOWER ROW: Su ivan, Wyclrer, Brambly, H, Tavener, VanCleel, Fannucci, L. Ta
A large number responded to the early spring call for baseball, so with an abun-
dance of material from last season's nine, Coach Baker expected a successful
season as he put his proteges through daily practice on the new State Street
field. With a veteran team, the only problem was to find a new battery and a new
outfielder. From the new material Coach Baker chose Brambly to bear the
brunt of the pitching, while Harold Tavener was chosen for catching, with limmy
Pannucci filling in the third outfield position. With the seasoned lineup of
Kelley, Wycker, Cousin and Sullivan in the infield, Mynderse was ready to meet
all comers on the diamond.
Our first opponent was Ovid, who fell an easy prey to a 15 to IO scoreg how-
ever, our next two opponents were of a little stiffer opposition, and we dropped a
hard fought game to Weedsport 5 and 4 and another thriller to the Alumni lO to
l2. Things did not look so bright for the Blue and White, but when we handed
Geneva a 4 to 2 defeat, our chances seemed much better. Two more victories at
the expense of Penn Yan and Ovid by respective scores of 4 to 2 and l3 to 6 gave
our rooters added hopes. Penn Yan avenged an early season defeat by a 5 and
2 score, and Weedsport again defeated us 5 and 4. This made four games won
and four lost. When Mynderse decisively trimmed Port Byron 17 to 6, they
closed a very successful season.
Abbie VanCleef, captain of the team, led his teammates in hitting with an
average of .500, while Brambly, Frosh pitcher, had a good season, being credited
with five victories. As we have lost only three lettermen, VanCleef, Lambert and
Kelley, we predict that Mynderse will go far in the New Finger Lakes Baseball
League this year.
A K ROW C ch Brumagim Fitz erald, Semmons, Miller, Bryn: Van Etten F, Mills, Youngr, Crough
LOWER RaW: Peck, W. Mini CaIarco,'Knox, Vogt:
The prospects for the Mynderse Track squad for the 1934 season seem brighter
than ever before. It is expected that Coach Brumagim will be able to devote his
entire attention to the runners and will be assisted in the field events by Coach
Baker or Mr. Hilfiker. A large number of meets will probably be scheduled this
season. At present, plans are being made to compete in meets at Canandaigua,
Endicott, Ithaca, Syracuse, Troy, and possibly Rochester.
In 1933, the third year of track at Mynderse, we won our first dual meet by
ten points over George lunior Republic, at Ithaca, although their team was much
more experienced than ours. Newark whom we tied in l932 except in the relay,
defeated us decisively. Early in the season five trackmen and Coach Brumagim
journeyed to Endicott, where over fifty track teams competed in a meet. There
were l6 teams in our division and Mynderse placed sixth with five entrants.
Mills placed second in the half mile rung Captain Knox qualified and competed
in the finals of the shot put, as did Fitzgerald in the discusg Calarco placed fourth
in the finals of the 440 yard dash, but was elimated there.
The District Meet at Canandaigua resulted in three Mynderse men's qualifying
to go to the Sectional State Meet at Rochester. Miller tied for first in the high
jump, Knox placed second in the shot put, and Mills won the half mile run. Mills
and Miller were awarded Finger Lakes Championship emblems for their vic-
tories at Canandaigua.
At the Rochester Sectional Meet, the most important meet of the track season,
Mills and Knox placed third in their specialtiesg Mills in the half mile run and
Knox in the shot put. Certificates were awarded Knox and Mills by the state
sectional officials. In final scoring at this meet, Mynderse finished at the top of
all the schools competing from the Finger Lakes section.
At the Athletic Banquet, Captain-elect Mills was awarded the gold track shoe
given each year by Coach Brumagim to the highest scorer on the team.
The Mynderse Academy band, instructed and directed by Mr. lohn Fraser, con-
sists of forty-five members. It has been improved this year by the addition of two
French horns and a sousaphone. The method of practice has been changed also,
each section reporting on certain mornings of the week under a student leader.
On Monday Robert Burgess drills the Cornet players, Tuesday, the reed section
is instructed by Carl lrland, the brass section assembles on Wednesday with
Tony Mastroleog and Albert Leonard has charge of the drums on Friday. The
entire band meets on Thursday mornings for a general rehearsal.
Election of officers occurred early this year. Tony Mastroleo was elected
president and George Cronin, manager.
The band has participated in many activities during the past year. At the
Watkins Glen Festival, our band, smartly dressed in the blue and white uniforms,
received a silver plaque for the best appearing band. Two of our boys, Tony
Mastroleo and George Lyke, won the State Championship for sousaphone and
Last summer numerous concerts, including the Fourth of luly lubilee, were
held at Van Cleef Lake. The band was also present at the Seneca County Fair
at Waterloo, and appeared on other occasions of importance, such as the Roose-
velt Birthday Celebration at the Strand Theatre.
On February 9 and 10, Mr. Fraser, president of the New York State School
Band and Orchestra Association, with a few of the band members, attended the
band clinic at Ithaca. The seventh annual concert which was held March
twenty-third was a notable success, featuring more soloists than usual.
Next was the Central New York State Contest at Canandaigua, April 27 and 28,
in which the band, orchestra and soloists participated. Mr. Mettleton and Mr.
Geilder from Syracuse have helped in the instruction of the band members in
preparation for this contest, the last important activity of the year.
K POW: D. Maxtroleo, Wheat, Burgexr, T. Mastroleo, Bianco, Conley, Curry
OND ROW: Leonard, E Warner, Howes, Fraser, Director, Stanton, M Warner, lrland
LOWER ROW Comstock, O'Grady, Tambourine, Leet, Horton, Dragone, Carasesx, Calabro
Orchestras cannot be built in a day, but probably no other musical unit in Myn-
derse has shown greater progress in the last few years than has our Mynderse
Academy Crchestra, under the direction of Mr. lohn Fraser. We speak with
pardonable pride of this organization which has grown both in number and in
skill because of the untiring efforts of Mr. Fraser. There are twenty-two mem-
bers, fifteen of whom play in both the orchestra and the band. Some play the
same instruments in both divisions, while others play different ones.
The violin section of our orchestra has been especially improved and claims
eight players. Rehearsals for this section are held every Wednesday morning,
under the direction of lack Mumford, a member of this organization.
The orchestra has appeared before all the productions presented in the Myne
derse Academy Auditorium, such as, the senior play, "The Rivals," the Rotary
Minstrels, the Searchlight Minstrels, the junior play, 'tTommy", and the Annual
Prize Speaking Contest. The most outstanding feature of the orchestras year,
however, was the part which its members played in the success of the musical
comedy, "An Qld Spanish Custom" by furnishing the musical accompaniment.
The officers for this year are Carl lrland, president, Albert Leonard, vice-
president, Robert Burgess, manager. The members of the orchestra and the in-
struments they play are Cyril Bianco, clarinet, Robert Burgess, trumpet, Joseph
Callabro, violin, Gordon Comstock, violin, Harold Curry, oboe, Ellery De Santo,
trumpet, lohn Dragone, violin, Robert Horton, violin, Bertha Howes, saxophone,
Carl lrland, clarinet, Herbert Leet, violin, Albert Leonard, drum, Anthony
Mastroleo, bass, Ioseph Mastroleo, trumpet, Helene Milella, saxophone, Francis
C'Grady, violin, Francis Tamburrino, violin, Elizabeth Warner, piano, Martha
Warner, flute, and Ellsworth Wheat, trombone.
HCUSE OF SEVEN
English Three Years
Tulia H. O' Brien
UN PLAN DE PARIS
Second and Third
Hazel Riley, Instructor
THE PRCGRESS OF
IN THE UNITED STATES
Emily B. Srnith
History of Art
FACTORS FOR SUC-
CESS IN BUSINESS
Introduction to Business
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THE GLEE CLUB
This organization was started about four years ago under the leadership of Mrs.
Barben. We are proud to state that it has been a credited department since the
visit of the State Supervisor of Music, Mr. Russell 1. Carter, in September, 1931.
The club has shown a great improvement since Mrs. Fraser came to us three
years ago, and we now boast some forty-five girls and twenty-five boys. The girls
meet on Thursday morning in activity period in the gym, and the boys on Monday
night. The whole glee club gathers on Friday morning at seven forty-five for a
ln May of 1933, we demonstrated our ability to sing before an audience credit-
ably, when we gave a concert in the auditorium. This included several ensemble
numbers, one of which, "1 Can't Do This Sum," from "Babes In Layland," was
very favorably received.
Later in the month the entire organization went to lordan for the annual Musi-
cal Festival. Everyone had a good time and we heard several fine musical clubs.
At the various assemblies during the present school year, the reaction of our
audiences has been most gratifying. At Christmas time we did a number of the
favorite carols, among which were "Silent Night" and "O Little Town of Bethle-
As this goes to print, the musical comedy, "An Old Spanish Custom," is under
rehearsal at Mynderse. lt is a story of a dashing Spanish aviator of the World
War, who falls from his plane and is missing for three years. The exciting plot
gives excellent opportunity for acting and singing and the Glee Club is working
early and late for its success. lt is to be given with a double cast, Helen Moore
and Rose Smith playing the feminine leads, with 1 ack Mumford and lohn Worden
the Spanish heroes. Mrs. Fraser will direct the singing, Mr. Fraser, the orches-
tra, Miss George, the acting, and Mr. Baker, the dancing for this production.
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J. H. O'BrIen, Advixer, Fleming, Secretary
LUELLA REAMER ALLEN
Seneca Falls, R. D.
Glee Club C3, 455 Wig and Rouge
C455 lunior Prom Committee C355
Myndersian Staff C455 Senior Play
Committee C455 Musical Comedy
C455 Class Dinner Committee C455
Prize Speaking C45.
EMILY MAE ANDREWS
Glee Club C2, 355 Basketball C2,
3, 455 Wiq and Rouge C3, 455
Senior Play C455 lunior Play C355
Le Cercle Francais C255 Class
Secretary C355 Class Vice-Presi-
dent C455 Myndersian Staff C455
Debate Club C455 Class Dinner
Committee C455 Radio Club C45.
ALICE ANNA BOELTS
Seneca Falls, R. D.
Oil Paintinq Club Cl, 2, 355 Pen-
manship Club C2, 355 Girl Re-
serves C2, 355 Honor Society C25.
Hit Pin Baseball Cl55 Glee Club
Cl, 455 Freslwman Play Cl55 Green
Cap Club C155 Senior Tea Com-
mittee C455 Le Cercle Francais,
Treasurer C455 Myndersian Staff
PAUL FREDERICK BRACHT
Basketball C2, 3, 455 Football
C3, 455 Class President C455 Senior
Tea Committee C455 Senior Play
C455 Senior Ball Committee C455
Wiq and Rouqe C455 Microphone
Minstrels C455 Microphone Staff
C455 Myndersian Staff C455 Le
Cercle Francais C455 Class Dinner
EDITH JOSEPHINE BRAND
lunior Prom Committee C35
Basketball C155 Microphone Staff
C455 Senior Ball Committee C455
Le Cercle Francais C35.
Acanthus C2, 3, 455 Basketball
C2, 3, 455 Track C2, 3, 455 lunior
MARY J OSEPHIN E
Glee Club Cl, 255 Wig and Rouge
Cl, 2, 3, 455 Football C452 lunior
Prom Committee C355 Senior Ball
Committee C455 Musical Comedy
Cl, 255 lunior Play C355 Mynders-
ian Staff C455 Senior Play Com-
mittee C455 Track C355 lunior Party
Committee C355 Senior Tea Com-
VALERIE ESTELLA CLARK
Hearth Club C2, 3, 455 Glee Club
C2, 3, 455 Wig and Rouge C35 455
lunior Play C355 Wig and Rouge
Play C455 Le Cercle Francais
C3, 455 Senior Play Committee C455
Myndersian Staff C455 Micro-
phone Minstrels C455 Prize Speak-
ing C455 Senior Ball Committee
lunior Play Committee C355 Myn-
dersian Staff C45.
COMERN I NSKY
CAROLINE JANE CHALKER
Wig and Rouge C3, 455 lunior
Play C355 Le Cercle Francais C35
45, President C455 Senior Tea
Senior Play C455 Wig and Rouge
C455 Hearth Club C455 lunior
Prom Committee C355 Commence-
ment lnvitation Committee C455
lunior Party Committee C35.
FLORENCE IRENE COOPER
Glee Club C2, 355 Wig and Rouge
C455 Senior Tea Committee C455
Senior Play C455 Microphone C3,
455 Myndersian Stall C455 Le
Cercle Francais C45.
Baseball Cl, 2, 3, 45, Captain C455
Football Cl, 2, 3, 455 Basketball
Cl, 2, 35, Captain C455 Band Cl55
Class Treasurer C35.
MARY KATHYRN DEAL
lunior Prom Committee C355
lunior Party Committee C355
Cheer-leader C355 Le Ce-role Fran'
Cheer-leader C35 455 lunior Play
Committee C355 Senior Play Com-
mittee C455 Wig and Rouge C455
lunior Prom Committee C355
Senior Play Committee C455 lvlynf
dersian Staff C455 Senior Tea
Committee C455 Le Cercle Fran-
cais C3, 455 Glee Club C355 Class
Dinner Committee C455 Le Cercle
Francais Tea Committee C35.
Glue Cliili CQ, 33, President C335
WllItiIttlRC3ltL1H CQ, 3, 435 Musical
Conietty C235 Wiq and Roiiqe
Plays C3, 43: ltinior Play C335
liinior Prom Committee C335
Senior Ball Committee C435 Myn-
-lersiaii Slaft C435 Cheer-leader
C3, 435 Senior Tea Committee C435
Senior Play Committee C435 Mi-
iwoiilioiie Minstrels C3, 435 Class
Diniivi' Coniniittee C435 Com'
nieniveiiieiit Invitation Commit'
JOSEPHINE MAY EDDS
Glee Cliili Cl, 2, 3, 435 Senior Tea
Coiiiinittee C435 Wicq and Roiiqe
C3, 435 lllltlfbt' Play Coniniittee C335
C3rvliestra C335 Commencement
liivitatioii Committee C435 Musical
FLORENCE REA FINN
Glee Cliili Cl, 2, 435 Acanthiis
CQ2, 3, 435 Mynilersian Staff C435
Senior Tea Coniinittee C435 Wig
aint Ronge C3, 435 lie Cercle
Fiuiiitxiis C3, 435 Miisival Comedy
RUTH LOUISE FLEMING
Class Secretary C435 Senior Tea
IONE MARY GIANNOTTI
Biisketliiill C3, 3, 435 Senior Ball
Coininittee C435 Senior Tea Com-
mittee C435 Mynclersian Staff C435
Indoor Tracvk C33.
Senior Play Committee C435 Sen'
tor Ball Committee C435 Wiq and
ROBERT GAIL HAMILTON
Wig and Rouge C3, 435 Senior
Play C435 liinior Play C335 Cheer-
leader Cl, 2, 3, 435 Myndersian
Statt C435 Le Cercle Francais C435
limior Prom Committee C335
Acanthiis C2, 3, 435 Prize Speak-
BERTHA MARIE HOWES
Band Cl, 2, 3, 435 Orchestra C2,
3, 435 Senior Tea Committee C435
Class Secretary and Treasurer
C135 Glee Club C23.
JOHN RICHARD HURLEY
Football Cl, 2, 3, 43, Captain C435
Track C2, 3, 43, Captain C335
Basketball C3, 435 Acanthus Cl, 2,
3, 43, Treasurer C235 Band Cl, 2,
3, 435 Orchestra C135 liinior Play
Committee 3 liinior Prom Com
I C 35 A
mittee C335 Senior Ball Committee
DONALD EARL KUNEY
Seneca Falls, R. D.
Sophomore Party Committee 1257
lunior Play Committee 1357 lunior
Prom Committee 1355 Musical
Comedy 1l, 255 Glee Club 12, 3,
457 Wig and Rouge 13, 457 Myn-
dersian Stall 1457 Microphone
Minstrels 1357 Debate Club 145,
Le Cercle Francais 13, 45.
VIRGINIA ELOISE LAY
Glee Club 13, 457 Microphone
Minstrels 1455 lunior Prom Com-
mittee 1357 Myndersian Staff 1457
Le Cercle Francais 1451 Musical
Band 1l, 2, 3, 457 Orchestra 1l, 2,
3, 457 Class Dinner Committee
HELEN MARIE McCARTHY
Myndersian Statt 1455 Senior
Ball Committee 1457 Class Dinner
DORIS ELAINE MALONE
Glee Club 12, 3, 457 lunior Prom
Committee 1357 Senior Tea Com-
JAMES WESLEY MARSH
Band 12, 45, Senior Play 1457 Wig
and Rouge 145.
TERESA IRENE MARTINO
Microphone Statt 13, 455 Le
Cercle Francais 13, 457 Mynder-
sian Staff 145: Senior Tea Com
mittee 1457 Library Club 1457
lunior Party Committee 135,
Basketball 13,457 Baseball 1l, 257
Football 1l, 2, 35, Wig and Rouge
13, 45, Treasurer 145, Band 1l, 2,
3, 45, President 1451 German
Band 12, 3, 45, President 1457
Microphone Minstrels 13, 457
Orchestra 1l, 2, 3, 457 Wig and
Rouge Play 1457 Sophomore Coni-
HELENE MIKALEN E
Band 1l, 2, 3, 457 Glee Club 1l, 2,
3, 457 Crohestra 13, 452 Senior
Play 145, Prize Speaking 1457 Myne
dersian Staff 1457 Wig and Rouge
1457 Microphone Minstrels 13, 457
Musical Comedy 12, 457 Senior
Tea Committee 145.
STUART OXNARD MILLER
Basketball C2, 3, 415 Football
C3, 415 Track C3, 415 lunior Prom
Committee, Chairman C315 Presi-
dent C315 Le Cercle Francais
C2, 315 Myndersian Statt C415 Prize
WARREN JOHN MILLS
Track CQ, 3, 41, Captain C415 Bas-
ketball Manager C415 lunior Prom
Committee C315 Senior Ball Com-
mittee C415 Myndersian Staff C41.
Seneca Falls, R. D.
Basketball C2, 3, 415 Acanthus
C3, 415 Indoor Track C215 Glee
Club C315 Hearth Club C3, 41.
HELEN FRANCES MOORE
Glee Club C3, 41, Secretary C415
Microphone Minstrels C3, 415
Musical Comedy Cl, 415 Iunior
Prom Committee C315 Senior Play
C415 Senior Tea Committee C415
lunior Party Committee C315 Wig
and Rouge C415 Le Cercle Fran-
cais C415 Vice-President C315
Prize Speaking C315 Class Dinner
Committee, Chairman C415 Myn-
dersian Staff C415 Le Cercle Fran-
cais Tea Committee C415 Inter-
sectional Prize Speaking Contest
JANE EMMA NELSON
Myndersian Staff C41.
PHILIP JAMES OLMSTEAD
Band Cl, 215 Orchestra C115 lunior
Prom Committee, Chairman C315
Wig and Rouge C415 Le Cercle
Francais C3, 41, President C415
Senior Ball Committee C415 De-
bate Club C415 lunior Party Com-
mittee C315 Prize Speaking C415
Senior Play C41.
Debate Club C415 Senior Play C415
Wig and Rouge C415 lunior Prom
Committee C315 Radio Club C41.
ANITA FRANCES PALUMBO
Microphone Stall C2, 3, 415 Myn-
dersian Staff C415 Senior Play C415
Wig and Rouge C415 Le Cercle
Francais C3, 415 Library Club C415
Senior Tea Committee C415 Iunior
Party Committee C31,
FLORENCE ELLA PERKINS
Cheer-leader C315 Iunior Prom
Committee C315 Musical Comedy
C115 Glee Club C315 Senior Tea
Committee C415 Radio Club C41.
ETTA ROSE PIOLI
lunior Ball Committee C315 Le
Cercle Francais C41.
Football C2, 3, 455 Acanthus C455
Wig and Rouge C455 Senior Play
C455 Band Cl, 255 Orchestra Cl55
Musical Comedy Cl5.
Wig and Rouge C455 Senior Play
Football C2, 3, 455 Acanthus C455
Band C155 Baseball C355 Senior
Ball Committee C45.
ROBERT WARD RUSSELL
Band Cl, 455 Senior Ball Commit-
tee C455 Senior Tea Committee
C455 Senior Play Committee C45.
MARVIN DOUGLAS SCOTT
Seneca F alls
Track Cl, 255 Orchestra Cl, 2, 3,
455 Glee Club C455 Musical
Comedy Cl55 Microphone Min-
lunior Play C355 lunior Prom Com-
mittee C355 Senior Play C455 Senior
Ball Committee C455 Track Cl, 255
Track Manager C455 Wig and
Rouge C3, 455 Wig and Rouge
Play C455 Myndersian Staff C455
Class Dinner Committee C455
Class Treasurer C45.
VIOLA JANET SCHUSTER
Seneca Falls, R. D.
Hearth Club CQ, 355 Wig and
Rouge C3, 455 Senior Play C455
Band C35 455 lunior Play C355
lunior Prom Committee C35.
JOSEPH PETER SINICROPI
Football Manager C35 455 Myn-
dersian Statt C455 Senior Ball
RAYMOND JOSEPH SMITH
Le Cercle Francais C455 Track C45.
ROSE ARLING SMITH
Seneca Falls, R. D.
Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 455 Musical
Comedy C2, 455 Wig and Rouge
C2, 3, 45 Microphone Minstrels
C455 Senior Tea Committee C455
Prize Speaking C45.
Seneca Falls, R. D.
Football C455 Radio Club C45.
Basketball C2, 3, 455 Le Cercle
Francais C3, 455 Iunior Prom
Committee C355 Myndersian Staff
C455 Senior Tea Committee C455
Class Dinner Committee C455
Radio Club C45.
Waterloo, R. D.
Football C255 Wig and Rouge C455
Senior Play C455 Microphone
Minstrels C455 Radio Club C45.
Basketball C3, 455 Baseball C355
Track C255 Football C255 Football
Manager C455 Wig and Rouge
C455 Senior Play C455 Le Cercle
Francais C455 Senior Ball Com-
mittee C455 lunior Prom Commit-
tee C355 Senior Tea Committee
C455 lunior Party Committee C355
Class Dinner Committee C455
Debate Club C455 lntersectional
Prize Speaking Contest C455 Myn-
clersian Statt C455 Prize Speaking
ARLENE EMILY TAVENER
Basketball Manager C455 Le Cer-
cle Francais C3, 455 lunior Prom
Committee C355 Myndersian Staff
4 Le Cercle Francais Tea Com
C 5: -
mittee C355 Senior Tea Committee
C455 Radio Club C45.
JOHN FRANCIS TOOMEY
Football Cl, 2, 455 Basketball
Cl, 2, 455 Baseball Cl, 255 Acan-
thus C2, 3, 45, President C45, Sec-
retary and Treasurer C255 Class
Dinner Committee C455 Micro-
phone Minstrels C45.
MARY ALICE TROUT
Seneca Falls, R. D.
NELIA ROSE TURRI
OLIDE MARY TURRI
Senior Ball Committee 1415 Senior
Tea Committee 145.
ADEN LE ROY VAN CLEEF
Football 11, 2, 32, Captain 1415
Baseball 11, 2, 35, Captain 1435
Basketball 11, 2, 35, Captain 1455
Track 11, 2, 315 Acanthus 11, 2,
35, Treasurer 1455 Band 11, 2, 3J.
Basketball 12, 3, 4l5 Football
12, 3, 415 Baseball 11, 2, 3, 415
Band 11, 2, 313 Orchestra 11, 215
Senior Play 1455 Le Cercle Fran-
qais 12, 3, 435 Iunior Party 1335
Class President 1215 Myndersian
Our class, eighty strong, took possession of Rooms 19 and 21 in September and
organized tor our senior year with Paul Bracht as president. In keeping with the
times, we had emerged from our junior year very much depressed financially5
and we looked forward to a "new deal" in this our last year at Mynderse5 so we
went on the silver standard early in September. I refer of course to our Silver
Tea Dance, which was a complete success. Remembering that President Roose-
velt said "The only thing to tear is fear," we next decided to produce "The Rivals"
in spite of the ominous predictions that high-school students were incapable of
interpreting it. It, too, was a dramatic and financial accomplishment of which
we are proud. Later, we embarked upon a business-like Christmas card cam-
paign to swell our treasury. It anyone escaped our salesmen, he had to be very
wary, indeed5 for this brought enthusiastic response from the seniors. The
Senior Ball came in December and was, as usual, well supported by the high-
school students. Soon atter the holidays the "Myndersian"staff went into action on
their subscription and advertising campaigns and exceeded their quotas in an un-
precedented way. We hope it you have read thus tar in our book, you have de-
cided that this "Myndersian" of 1934 is worthy to take its place with the annuals
that have preceded it. In the Indoor Track Meet, in March, our senior athletes
again proved their superiority in sports by winning the silver cup. Seniors have
been active in all types of activitiesp so we feel just a bit sorry that commence-
ment, and the end of our school days is in sight.
As our last year at Mynderse draws to a close, we can look back on our achieve-
ments made possible only by the unremitting efforts of our beloved adviser, Miss
Iulia O'Brien, with a feeling of happiness and satisfaction.
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Finger Waving n Specialgf
118 Fall St. Phone 560
. . Compliment? of . .
The Board of Education
ANDERSON ' S
CLASS DRESSES The
lj b SENECA COUNTY
If we fwen't w at ou want,
we get them fogyou.
Bill Fuess, Jr. Ray Costello
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
GEORGE H LEET
Infurance of EU67-Q' Defcription
Success tO the Class
CHARLES S. FEGLEY
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
HOUTFITTERS TO MYNDERSE MEN'
to the Class
"BERN1E" VERGAMINI, '31
Seneca Fallf' Snzarteft Men'J Shop
S. S. PALMER CO.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
S ince 182 9
YOUR FAMILY STORE
The World 'J Largert Manufacturer of
Children's Shoes and Misses Straps,
Pumps and Oxfords in all sizes and
widths from A to D.
The very latest styles in Boy's
Dress and Sport Oxfords
73 Fall St. Seneca Falls
to the Clary of 1934
ATLANTIC 84 PACIFIC
GAY 8: SON
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Raw Sc Pasteurized
MILK AND CREAM
FRED MAIER 84 SONS
Building Materials and Blue Coal
A. E. NICOT
Manager of W. T. Grant Store
STORY 8: STRONG
Heating, Plumbing, Tinning
THE ROLFE MOTOR COMPANY
Wert Side of Owarco Lake
Auburn, N. Y.
A FRIEND Compliment? of
GOULDS PUMPS, INC.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Compliments' of gk
GEORGE T. TAVENER
TRUCKING SERVICE Cayuga, N. Y.
'IAS' ROE S-1-EVENSON World's Largest Manufacturer
CAYUGA FRUIT FARM of Pumps Excluslvely
Apples for .Yale Cayuga, N. Y.
THE CLASS OF I934
PETER M. DORAN
THE T. B. BAIRD STORE
DE SANTO SHOE PARLOR
BULLOCK STUDIO 5-,,,,,,, of VM,
I1 Ridge St. Seneca Falls
E. A. MCARDLE, Prop.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
I. P. JONES
RULE .sl BLOCK
Makerf of .Yclaool Rulers Since 1883
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
GRAND VIEW INN
GEORGE E. MOREHOUSE, Prop.
15 STATE STREET
PINCKNEY sl HADLEY Qualify S1 Quwfify
SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE special Bwemgw
Seneca Falls Phone 12. ISM Rumsey Street
W. H. BOARDMAN
COAL, COKE 84 WOOD
Phone 95 153 Ovid
NEWLAND CIRCULATING LIERARY
18 Clinton St. Seneca Falls, N. Y.
WEBSTER A. KUNEY
The Lfzteft Han for
Mifx and Matron
THE BONNETT SHOPPE
IO3 Fall St. Seneca Falls
CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH
FRED L. HUNTINGTON
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
Middishade Blue Suits
Jantzen Bathing Suits
48 Oak Street Phone 641
DR. F. E. DOWD
ART ANDREWS, Prop.
Van Tine's Barber Shop
Retail and Whalemls
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONARY
64 Ovid Street Phone 540 Seneca Falls, N. Y.
CHARLES C. INSHAW
Seneca County Clerk
M- A' NEARPASS RALPH SINICROPI
BUICK PONTIAC Cuorca Gizlocmuas, Mans AND
161 Fall St. Phone 18 Phone 143-W 7 Walnut St
With Beit Wixhes to All the Scholar:
THE ELECTRIC SHOP
WILLIAM Woons, Prop.
E. C. GIUSTI C ll f
Expert Clock and Watch Repairing amp ,mm I 0
73 Ovid Street Seneca Falls DORAN BROS'
For the man who wants quality clothing
at a fair price go to
S. EDGAR GEORGE
Auburn, N. Y.
PETER P. GERAGHTY
I JERRY LYMAN
C0mPl'me'm of AND HIs WATER FALLS ORCHESTRA
MARTIN CASEY 150 Fa11Sf-
Phone 166-J Seneca. Falls, N. Y.
VOSBURGH sr CORY W1LL1A1g'fag4,Q4ACKIN
Men's Furnishings Custom Tailoring
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Hats and Caps
"Tha Store of Cheerful Semin"
59 Fall Street
L. M. RUTHRAUFF
18 Daniels St. Phone 41.7
DR. ROBERTJ. HOWLAND
TYPEWRITER-Y CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE
All Makes SENECA CHEVROLET
R. M. FLICKINGER CORPORATION
HATTIE SNYDER , ,
ZIMZ State St. Seneca Falls Bread Energy for Vitality
DRY QLEANING AND PRESSING POHLE,S BAKERY
We Cal! and Delwsr Phone 471.-W
POSTAL TELEGRAPH CABLE CO.
H. W. KNIGHT 8: SON, INC.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
J. D. POLLARD
Free Delivery Phone 49
C. F. HAMMOND
THE HARPER METHOD SHOP
CHARLOTTE MCKEEL ,
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Phone 585 7.3 State St.
Bert Wi.rlJe.r to the Clan of 15134
ROBERT A. AIKINS, GROCER
Successor to L. M. Schuster
R. A. AIKINS BERTHA CLARK
GILLIS G. PRATT -PRINTING-
OPYOMHTRIST THE PARAMOUNT PRESS
HouRs 1 -ro 4:30 P. M. phone 47,-J
Strand Theatre Bldg. Seneca Falls 1.7 State St. Seneca Falls
No-D-LAY DRY CLEANERS C,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, gf
Strand Theatre Bldg. Seneca Falls
Guarantee Na .flsrinkage an Arg Garment THE HAND CAST BRONZE ART COMPANY
CHARLES SAVAGE, Prop. WHFSN BROTHERS' Pmpx'
Phone 470 We Call and Deliver Bn gePort'on'Cayuga
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DR. H. SAHLER
50 Fall St. Seneca Falls, N. Y.
FAYETTE-VARICK DISTRICT 3 '
scHooL Bus I
The DuBois Press L
College Annual Builders
Rochester, N. Y. Q,
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