Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)

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W INDUSTRY IN SENECA FALLS In dlscusslng the lndustrles of thls town we plan to touch brlefly on the hlstorles of the manufacturlng concerns of today that play such lmportant roles ln our thrlvlng community Some of yesterday no longer exlst but ln passlng we pay trlbute to the contrlbu tlon that each of these has made to Seneca Falls Goulds Office 'Ihe blrthplace of the Goulds Pump lndustry was the Old Stone Shop orlglnally a carrlage factory on the corner of Ovld and Green Streets Here ln 1839 the first wooden pump was made but the ldea was abandoned because of a dlspute over patents The next year Abel Downs took up the buslness and 111 1845 hls firm brought out the lron pump Thus was establlshed an lndustry for whlch Seneca Falls has become famous for today Goulds Pumps Inc IS one of the largest pump concerns ln the world Between 1845 and 1852 the buslness changed hands several tlmes untll IH that year Seabury S Could bought out the other lnterests The COflflHL1Ctl growth and success of the buslness made ll necessary to provlde a larger shop for manufacturlng Con sequently what was then consldered a very large factory was establlshed at a new slte on Ovld Street ln 1864 the name of the company was changed from Downs 8: Company to the Goulds Manufacturlng Company Many lnfant lndustrles of that perlod were handl tapped by a lack of power for manufaeturlng and an lnaecesslblllty to markets The growth of the pump lndustry IH Seneca Falls was not retarded by these factors The fall of the Seneca Rlver provlded the necessary water power and the rapld settlement of the fertlle Flnger Lakes reglon developed a growlng local market There were few sprlngs for drlnklng purposes but wells were easlly excavated ln the deep clay soll and pumps were needed to ralse the water to the surface However the market was not long confined to this locallty for wlth the Westward movement a new terrltory opened up and the fact that Seneca Falls lay adjacent to the Lrle Canal the natlon s best trade route to the rapldly openlng West added to the ln dustrys rapld expanslon Wlth the constructlon ln 1915 of the present Barge Canal the pump factorles were forced to move from the Flats to a slte above the mundated land The necessary removal added greatly to the efiiclency of the plant slnce a general modernlzatlon took place and hydro electrlclty replaced water power And so the lndustry has developed Great strldes have been taken slnce Abel Downs lntroduced the first wooden pump almost one hundred years ago Today Goulds Pumps Inc manufacture one of the most complete pump llnes of any concern ln the world Thelr motto A Pump For Every Servlce l well earned Thelr pumps are not confined to hand llng water but lnclude the handllng of molasses gasollne paper stock peas lnk castor oll tar lard and molten lead To cover such a wlde range they have developed a comprehenslve llne of reclprocatlng centrlfugal and rotary pumps Every one IS famllllr wlth the farm yard llft pump but not every one has seen a centrlfugal pump handllng oll ln a refinery at Fvery one reallzes that pumps dellver water from the munlelpal reservolr to the town water malns but not many people know th it there are relays of huge horlzontal reelprocatlng pumps pumplng twenty five A-.Th Gouldl Pump Company thousand barrels of oll a day through a llne from the oll fields to a refinery vrhlch may be two hundred mlles away The farmer cm get an automatlc vnater system to supply hls whole farm s needs The home owner can . .... y i , I A A g . , , . . 3 . . , K ' ' ' 1 . . 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Y 1 I . 4 as . 4 ' ' ' I . 3 y. l v 5 get a sump pump whrch will automatically keep his cellar dry The contractor can get a booster pump to deliver one hundred fifty pounds of pressure for fire protection at the top floor of an oflice building These are but a few of the countless uses for pumps and for almost every use there rs a Goulds pump ready to supply the demand Although john Cowmg and Henry Seymour rn 1840 first started the manufacture of pumps in a small factory on the banks of the Seneca River II wasn t until 1864 that ohn Rumsey Moses Rumsey and Norren Chathom organized the firm of Rumsey and Co A new plant was built on the site of the old one Here fire apparatus was manufactured as well as a complete line of pumps When Moses Rumsey retired ln 1878 john Rum sey conducted the business and under his able man agement the firm obtained an envrable reputation for nts products which became known all over the world Amusing incidents are recalled of the companys berng obliged to furnish special types of pumps for some of their foreign trade especially for the Island of ava One pump was made with a walking beam to either end of which was attached an ordinary mow mg machine seat so that the natives could be induced to slr on the pump operating rt rn the manner of a see saw Needless to say this pump became popular in that country since rt made work play for the natives moved to their new plant on Johnston Street nn uly 1915 and contmued to produce a great variety of Rum: ey Pump Company pumps for their trade Upon Henry Mxcks death rn 1928 his son Ransom Mreks became president In 1934 the company made woluntary application for drssolutron and from that time until the reorganl zatnon rn uly 1936 the plant was operated under a recervershrp The present company is continuing the manufac ture of pumps similar to that of the old company making fifty different types Herbert Walters of S racuse the resident of the Y present corporation has re employed many of the former workmen of the plant and prospects are Geb and Curran bright for 1 return to full production in the near future The present Geb and Garwan Yarn Company IS nearrng one hundred years of actne servrce to th1s eommunrty for in 1844 the present buildings were erected on the Seneca Rner In 1855 the company was completely re orginrzed with jacob C Chamber lam nn the positron of president The Phoenix Co as the mill was called began the manufacture of plain and fancy mens wear In spite of the fact that the country was carrying on free trade and that there was a panic rn 57 the mills prospered In 186-1 Abel Downs and Albert ewett took ower the responsibilities Under their manage ment new property was purchased forming Nos 2 and 3 mills At this time The Phoenix Mills were the largest manufacturmg concern ln Seneca Falls rn the number employed the amount of wages paid out and the value of production After twenty years the mills were again re or ganlzed and mulls 7 and 5 sold The lndustry became known as the Seneca Woolen Mills and was re modeled with the latest and most efficient machinery In 1890 Harrison Chamberlain succeeded to the presidency and once again the mills were equipped wlth the latest machinery for new processes In 1903 the mill devoted entirely to the making of woolen cloth employed about 175 persons working nn day and mght shifts and pald wages amounting to five thousand dollars a month The mill used over two thousand pounds of wool a day ln order to make over twelve hundred yards of six quarter cloth with a salue of three hundred fifty thousand dollars a year . . . . 1 , . A 1 1 N K B , 1 JA- . , I K ' , K5 ,Q v. t I ' ' ' ' ' 4 , 4 . ' . A, . 'l . ' I I1 ' , . Q . ' 3 I ' ' I .1 I I ' . I K ' Y 1 ' I r - v ' '. ' ' '- 72 . - Under Henry Micks' management, Rumsey, Ltd. .. A A . .. X . . . J A ., , ' 'kr U rs I .x N ' ' ' ' . . I ' , I 4 A Y 4 ' i , . . 4 A A YA , . . S ' .. . . 1 . . , . - 7 A . I . . I . 1 A A 1 7 Y 7 I,I5 A l I ' K I ' , I 1 , Q 7 I , - ' ' - , , 6 George Geb and Thomas Garvan acquired the com pany nn 1917 Under their dlrectron 1 great many rn novatrons were made ID the plant pollcles The mak mg of woolen cloth gave way to the mxnufacture of y1rn the lennttmg of sweaters and rugs In 1921 the lndustry once more changed rts title 'eff' Seneca Fall Matlalne Company to The Geb and Garvan Yarn Company During the year 1931 Thomas Garvan dred leavrng the manage ment of the lndustry entlrely 1n the hands of George Geb hrs partner Yarn rs the only one of the orrgrnal products now manufactured ln the local mrlls Twenty Eve thousand pounds of yarn are shrpped weekly to Brooklyn where rt rs woven rnto all krnds of woolen knrt wear The 130 employees of the mrll are worklng rn day 1nd nrght shifts rn order to meet the great demand for yarn The Geb and Glrvan Company rs truly one of our xalulble rndustrlal assets In trlcrng the hrstory of the Seneca Falls Machnne Company If rs necessary to consrder two drfferent companies whrch were joined together namely th Seneca Falls Manufacturing Company whlch was founded ID 1879 and the lltchburg Machine Works whleh was founded rn Iltchburg Mlssachusetts rn 1864 Smce the Intchburg Machine Works IS the older company we will consider nts history flrst It was founded for the purpose of bunldrng machme tools by a group of men who had been rdennfied wrth the machrne tool busmess for some nme They burlt a complete lme of metal workrng machrnery In 1899 the company was rncorporated under the lrws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts In 1905 Mr Marcus A Coolrdge of Fitchburg Massachusetts took over the company and specrallzed nn the manu facture of the Lo swmg Lathe whrch rs a raprd pro duction turning machrne The Seneca Falls Manufacturing Company founded by Mr Adelbert S Davis IH 1879 com menced ID a small way to make lnght castmgs for the trade and from time to tame added light machinery and hardware speeraltres to nts lme The company whrch orrglnally operated rn a plant on East Fall Street mowed IH 1887 to Water Street where the Seneca Knrttrng Mllls now operate Thls plant was ldded to and rebuilt from tlme to tlme to take care of the grldual healthy growth of the buslness I 1916 the company burlt and mowed into the present plant on lall Street Mr Adelbert S Davrs was sole owner up to 1891 when the buslness was nncorporated with Mr Davis IS presrdent and Mr Paul B Kendrg as treasurer Later Mr Davrs son Mr ohn C Davls jorned the firm as secretary Mr Dwxs Senior bought Mr Ken dug s rnterest nn 1915 and the business was then con ducted as a closed eorporatron by the Davrs famtly Orrglnally the company burlt a rather complete lrne of wood workrng machinery Later rt branched out rnto the metal worltmg Held building prlncrpally engine lathes These lathes were gradually developed so that the Star Lathe became the outstandlng small lathe rn demand both rn thus country and abroad It was and still IS used evtensrvely m laboratories tool lccurate lathes are required Dunng the World War the Government took the entire output of the plant In 1917 Mt Davrs sold hrs business to a syndicate which operated the business for some time In 192-4 the Frtchburg Machme Works purchased the plant and entnre busmess and moved from Massa 41:1 Wertcotl Rule Company chusetts to Seneca Falls Although the company ns the same company that operated rn Frtchburg under the name of the Fntchburg Machme Works the name was changed then to Seneca Falls Machme Company The present company continues to burld the Star Lathe and also nts lme of So owmg Lathes . - 1 . , ' 4 1 I J . 4 L I I 1 ' , 4 ' ' . s l ' y . K . . 2 A 1 S L l ' A . ' 2 , A . ' ' J A, I . L f 7 A .'f I ' ' . S sa va . h , 1 . l K 4 I . " ' . . 1 , , . - y'x ' ,L ' s ' 2 , ' -'Q I I I . . D . . . . , A 1 . I - . . U U D rooms and other places where small and medrum srze, ' 4 L . - . A . s ' . ' 1 1 I I I - V I . , . . . . ' - Y . A A . . 2 ' 7 K ' p ' . .. . I ' '. 4 ' ' ' 1 . 4 ' vt 2 1 ' ' . I I f 1 , ' A ' ' ' A f I ' A 9 A , C U' 'If , 4. V '- V. - . ' T' , 2 C . , ' A . . . ' p 1 a 7 . I l A 2 Y I A ' . I . . . . , . - - - W ' ' 1' 7' 7 The best way to illustrate the wrdespread use of the machrnes manufactured rn Seneca lalls rs to call attention to the fact that practically every automo brle anel truclc seen on the road has some parts rn rt that were manufactured on So owrng Lathes The Westcott Rule Company one of the largest manufacturers of desle and school rulers and Venetran blrnds rn the world hael 1ts begmnmg as far bacle as 1872 At thrs trme Henry P Westcott and hrs two sons, Charles anel lranlc Westcott began the manu facturrng of prrnter s supphcs In 1890 thrs cnterprrse was mcorporatcd as the Westcott Brothers Company Branchmg out into many specralty lrnes, they manu factured a number of useful artrcles mcludrng games school bags, and toy blocks In 1894 the company was re rncorporated the Westcott jcwcll Company by Charles and lranle Westcott and C I and M R ewell As the business expanded, the manufacturrng of specraltres was set asrde anel concentratron was placed upon rulers Later rt was agarn re rncorporated thus trme as the West cott Rule Company Around 1935 there came quite a demand for Vene nan bhnds Westcott s equrpment naturally lent rtself to the manufacture of these bhnds It rs very rnter estrng to note that thrs type of blrnd was made many years ago rn Seneca lalls Henry P Westcott grand father of the present 'lreasurer Phrlrp R Westcott began therr manufacture rn 1858 However, the Seuem F1111 lvzrllzng Comparza patrxotrc fersor whrch swept the country at thrs trme caused many of hrs men to enhst rn the Unron Army lt was then rmpossrble to contmuc the manufaeturrng of Venetran blmds After the Curl War these blmds were not used In the homes and were almost unheard of unnl two generatrons later Westeotts products are sold rn practrcally every foreign country At the present trmc South Aftrct leads rn thc foreign market Charles H Westcott rs strll president of the Westcott Company Kenneth lvllqfal Leller ll mer M Lyon rs wee presrdent and treasurer and Phrhp R Westcott IS secretary The Seneca Knrttrng Mrlls Incorporated manu faeturers of men s heaxy worlc hose and sportsmen s soclcs, and one of the most enterprrsrng manufacturrng concerns rn Seneca lalls was founded rn 1971 M Caleb Smxth who was formerly wrth the Balston Knrttrng Company, came to Seneca lalls and started operatrons rn the old Dcleun burldrng rn West Iall Street now owned und oceupred by the Fred L Huntrngton Automobile Sales Rooms Opera trons contlnued rn thus burlehng from 1971 to 1917 when the concern mosed to nts present locatron rn Water Street purchasrng the property from the West cott Valve Company The company began manufacturing rn a very mod est way, and has srnee mcretscd nts output by nearly 100 trmes tts orrgrnal annual productron Durrng the early years the opcrttrons of the comp my were lrmrted to lenrttrng and hnrshrng only All yarns used rn the manufacturmg of the socles were corded md spun by outsrde concerns Now the company h ts nts own cordmg and spmnnng departments for the manufac turrng of yarns haung burlt extensne addltlons to accommodate thrs rmportant part of tts busmess About two thousand pounds of yarn are made an nually A branch plant rs 1lso mamtuned rn Chestnut Street dexoted eselusnely to lmrttrng and fmrshrng One rmportmt addrtron to thc resources of the com pany IS a mlehrne shop w here spccral machmes for the busrness are manufactured . 1 1 . 1 V 1 L K A 1 1 1 1 1K L K 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 I ' 1' 1 1 I e 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' - ' 1 '. 1 1 1 . 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The company employs about flve hundred people from Seneca lalls and nearby towns It has grown to become the second largest manufacturer of men s heavy hosnery IU the United States the output betng ll' :gum Rug U mer about four thous and dozen patrs a day Sales coaer the entrre United States wxth an Important branch of hee on the west coast Knrghts Letter Works one of the outstanding let ter makrng faetoraes tn New York State was anstt tuted nn 1863 by Horace West Kntght Sr Mr Knight had learned the prmtmg trade through an apprentaceshlp and had opened a small prantmg Ins home with the assastanee of one or two men When the faetory hnally was bualt ID 1863 Horace lxnaght Sr managed at smglehanded The regular work w as prtntlng However the work progressed so rtprdly that Horace D Kmght r became has father s partner Under these two men new wings were .added to the building and the staff was Increased 'loday about twenty two people are employed and Mr lrank Knaght grandson of the ortganal founder manages the busmess 'Ioday they make metal let ters nllmg orders from all seetlons of the country 'lhe Wagner Rug Works was tneorporated an 1915 by Idward S Wagner lt began manufaeturang an a small bulldang behmd tts present location rn the Ired I Hunttngton butldmg Soon .after the bustness was founded rt was mosed to Oak Street where tt occu pred the Glen Wagon Works structure lrom there nt moxed back to nts present loeatton tn w hat w as then Ilae Seneca ltber Products butldtng Here foldang cardboard boxes were made Thus was formerly one of the farst yeast plants of the country The Rug Works manufactures what as known as the Iluff Rug whtch ts made of repressed Ingram and Brussels carpets and rugs In addxtnon to thetr manu facturcd hne the Wagner Rug Works are selltng agents for a consrderable territory an the eastern part of the country for a complete lane of reversrble chenalle rugs made by a promment Pennsylvania mall One hundred years ago a flour mtll was burlt on the Ertc Canal All of the stone used tn the bulldang was quarrred an Seneca County The oak tlmbers used tn Its constructlon were flfty snr feet long and hewn by hand Today that same burldrng houses one of the many tndustrtes of Seneca falls the Rule and Block Com pany In 1857 New York State was the center of the wheat malltng lndustry Ior za time the llttle mall had a steady stream of canal boats brlngang wheat to at and carryang the flour to market In 1878 however the foundations for the present burldrng were set up on the sate of the old mall Mr T Mrller and Mr Walltam O Day were the founders of the small com pany whtch at first manufactured chain pumps for household purposes snow shovels and sleds When the company was Incorporated an 1886 rt had gtven up lts early manufactures In their place rulers toy bloeks domanoes and elaeckers were made Slnce the World War all of these except rulers have been dropped from the llst of manufactured products At present the company makes rulers eaeclusnely rl Rule md Block Cowpfulp though rt sttll retains the name Rule and Block These rulers are used for adxerttsmg purposes as well as ln schools and ofhces The large gray stone burldang wlueh w as originally a flour mall as the oldest local factory burldtng stall an use S D 1 K 74 T - .. 1 , - T v' . 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' 1 ' . ' ' , . . ., . . . 7 7 ' ' ' A ' v J. .4 , 7 n Y, . , rl , , - A 1 ' 'a Q 9 ' 'y s 7 ' '7 7 3 ' Aa a ' a ' 'v 7 I Y 7 ' 7 7 . , . ., . ., , , . ., , 7 7 7 . , . ., , . , . ., J , ' 7 ' '7 ' '7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 David Doyle, B.S., Commerclal, Syra- Brockport 7 7 , - ., , - J , , ' 7 ' '7 7 7 ' '7 7 . ' , . ., . ., ' . , . ., , 7 ' a I 9 lane mal A LM, 'r'-,,1-- rw, ,L 11 , 1? A 1 , , 'xx' 'X , LY ' 7 A ' . . r t' f u , r ' . 4 , , r , r, , . , 4 , V , - 1. ' . ' '. I . , ' ' I ' , I r - ' - 1 1 4 f ' 1 -r ' l- f , ,' ' 'e . ' . 'f ', ' . 4 . ', . . ' OFFICERS - CLASS OF THIRTY-SEVEN Knox Fiano .... Doris Strong .. Mary Jane Spahr Thomas Hayes . Iulia H. O'Brien WITH ITS HISTORY . . . .Preridelif Vice-Preridelzt . . . .Secrelafy . . . .Trea.r1n'er . . . . .AdL"i.re1' From the day we started our last year off rrght by electxng Knox Frano presrdent we xe been busy tryrng to get the most out of senror year the dearest and shortest year rn hrgh school Chronologically the tea came first It was a colorful autumn party Mrs Mott and Mlss Smrth poured our guests famed complrments on the food and the musrc and we chalked LIP OLII' flfbf SLUIOI' SOCIHI SLICCCSS The two short comedres A Doctor m Sprte of Hlmself and Pettrcoats were grven next Both showed hrtherto undeveloped talent and were favorably crrtrcrzed by large audrences brought forth through a eompetrtrse trcket campargn rn whrch Room 21 emerged vrctorrous Our benlor Snow Ball at Chrlstmas trme was a dazzlrng party from the glrstenrng snovn balls carryrng out the theme to the dance orders Krokers band gave complete satrsfac E100 to the decrdedly decoratne dancers As usual Vt and Mrs Mott Mr and Mrs Our most slgnll lecompllshment rs thus year book of vshlch Betty Loomrs was ap pornted edrtor rn chrel last une She and her stan' haxe worked months rn 1ts prepara tion and the experlenee has been a valuable and strmulatrng one rn spite of the hard vs ork entailed As the clrmax of the year graduatron approaches vuth Class Day the Slug the Myn dersran Drnner the Prom and the Class Drnner we feel vustful but satrsfred In closrng this class record me know that most of the success of our senior year IS due to Mlss OBrien s help and adxree We could not hawe done wrthout her 14 J. ,rr . . , ., . 7 .1 , . , . . 7 7 , , . 1 , v , , y , , - ' ' ' l ' . , . . , . . Vogel, and Miss O'Br1en received for the senrors. L. .' , L 1 X 'N l Z ' , , ' A 'L V. , ' 7 1 1 A ' A 4 V F , 7 7 7 3 7 L , , . . . JAMES EARI AHRENS Remember lbe old HUI719 Pun! hem! ne er uon an :dy r c 1 1 Glu Club 7 crtttt K1 1 IS LIUIUI' 'lff Cumnuttcc 3 DORIS MARIE ANDRE Her IUIFE um ezef Jo 2 Genlle md lou an exrel le I 1171112 NZ ll uonmn ub 1 1 ICC Plly 'md Prom Cummrtteef. 3 Se-mor Tea and Play Commxttees 141 INIARGARET ELIZABETH ASHLEY .Mg Peggy f uortb my Peg gy r mind A113191 rhnm the t :roman kind Intramural 121 Radro Club 131 Trp Dancmg Club 141 CLASS OF THIPTY SEVEN AI VIN SMITH BABCOCK From the emu n 0 bn bead t lbe role 0 bn 00t be I5 :ll IIZHII9 c crclc Fmncus 5 V1ccPresulcnt 111 Wxg, ntl uuge 3 1 A IIIIILIS Pluy mtl Prom Cum 1 ttei 131 Semor Ball Com mnttee 141 Prnze Sptllxlllg ROMEYN DONALD BAI SLEY He um 41 rrloalm and a rlpe and good one Fxreedrnq une ur Jpnken Blml 11 2 3 41 Arc-opagon Socnety 12 3 41 Wtg 'md Rouge 13 41 Play and Prom Commlttees 131 Semor Ball Commrttee 141 Mynderslan RI-IFA LEONA BENEDICT A meng beau makelb rlaeer ul tounlenanre Operctta 11 1 Tap Club 131 Hearth Club 141 Pub lzcxty Manager Semor Tea Committee 41 THELINIA INIARY BENTLEY In ne: langue If ,fhe law 0 klndnerr Intramural 1 2 3 Acan thus 3 41 IVIARY JANE BLAKENEY Take 11 e 1671011111 and nb Il Il uovtbf Intramural 11 21 Glee Clu 1 umor Plly and Prom Commrttees 151 cenror Tel Commxttee 41 GEORGE BOORAS I pre er ulenl pmdeme lu lrlqmulofn jolly Radio Club 17, -1, 11, Scare tary and Treasurer 171, Vrce Presldcnt 131, Presrdent 111, Glee Club 17, 31, Treasurer 131 15 THOMAS CLARK BRADY And nezer noted fn fum any xzudj HELEN FRANCIS CAPPARH LI fmmnv al but u 6011111 411611072 sill! Intrz1murals1 5 41 jumor Prom Commrttee 131 FDXVARD ERANR CARTI R I-n mlzlude somelnnel I5 bet! lonely 0 yy! 9, eff' ,ww ff L - f 0 , f I f , I. j. . ' . I TA 2. 3 1 .. A 4-Y In C' ' . 2. 1, -I1, 51g Op- -1 12, , gAcrn- ' -- ' + 1 A' AI mt: 15, .ng J ' Pt y R - 1,,11g fr I .1 45, i '--11, 413 wa I mt- lr , 3 ' I ' . ww- I ' Lf J .4 -4 ,A - V , - ' 3.1 Ilnrrxry Cl I, 2 g V' '- .I ' f ff 5 .Q M 'President 1113 junior Party, -H14 Pf""""d"'g- ' 1 ' . - 1 111. ' , 2A .,, , I f J," . 3 ' 1 " , ,, 9 K ' vf' I 149. I I 4 4 , ll ,., . I1 X ' ' ' ' ' , - f . I . ll- . r ' ' , 2 Q nl 4' , 4' W' of . L - , - . ' 'g ' ' 1 .7 I l .1 .- f I U U I f 1 . . 1 314' ' 1 , , 19 - 1 , - J ' I ' 'Ji :- . y Q b E I . 1 1a J Q A HZ, , L . 4 I , .Af , 1 W .lu ,Y , . , DURNIN 11 1 JOHN FREDERICK DEAI. True uit 1.1 nalfzre 10 ad- 1u111111ge d1'E'J'.IEd, 1171741 oft war fbouglsl, but 11e'e1' 10 well expraffed. Cheer Leader 11, 2, 3, 41g Senior Ball Committee 1413 Clce Club 1413 Sec. 141g Track 141. ELIZABETH NORA DEMONT She 15 7110.11 fair, and Ibere- 111110 Her life doth figblly bar- 111011ize. Hearth Club 13, -11 5 Secretary and 'Treasurer 1-113 Junior Prom Committee 131g Glue Club 131. XVALTON ALBERT DICKOVU 0 gire Ill' lbe 111.111 11-1111 ming! 111 111.4 101111. Glee Club 11, 3, Ai1g Areopa- gon Society 11, 21g Operetta 11 11 .,'. NICHOLAS PATRICK SEVEN JAY XVILLIAM CI-IAPPELL He'd .wlturked it zritlo full 1u'e11f1' gulf, He fqzzirea' 16111, danced '1f111. drnr' 'e111, Firfl lim une. tw' lhen 117111. ,PVT lflellm- All iv. lm m11ld11'1 lore 'e111. Myndersian 141g Senior Din- ner Committee 141. VERNESE GLADYS CHRISTOPHER Il"e 1110.1 lbee, like I1 pletu- llllf fb0.'l4E 111, llwbcn .flrrh 1.10 ' vzfed. Glee Club 12, 3. 5 Hearth Club 1413 Senioi 'ea Com- mittee 141. RAYINIOND EDWAP 1 CLARK , I dare do all tba! 11111y'.'l1e- mme mahg ' ',Wbo dares 'do morej ii none. ' - ' ' , Iniloor Track' 11, 2, 3, 41g Track 11,1 2, 31g Football 12, 3, 41 g Tumbling 12, 31 g Ten- nis 131. ' - B1z.i'lJf11l11eJJ 1.1 an Ofndlllflll lu 101116. Intramurals 11, 2, 3, 415 Football 13, 41. LILLIAN ELIZABETH EDDS Snrreif will be your reuurd. Intramurals 11, 2, 3, 413 Award 12, 31g Track 11, 2, 3, 413 Manager 12, 313 Glee Club 12, 313 Library Club 111g Nature Club 111g junior Play and Prom Com- mittees 131g Girls' Athletic Council 131 g Musical Comedy 1315 Senior Tea and Ball Committees 1415 Senior Play 1-11g Microphone 1411 Wig and Rouge 1413 Prize Speak- ing 1-11g Tumbling Club 11113 lNlymlersi.m 1413 Salutatorian. KATHERINE LOUISE EXVENS Cf111r1er1n,r though roy, and ge111le lbuugb retired. Intramurals 11, 2, 3, 41, Award 13, 41g Track 12, 3, -11: Glee Club 11. 415 Tap Club 131g Tumbling Club, Presitlent 1-11, Senior Tea Committee 1-11. 16 LUCIENNE DEBRAY CLARY llvbo nerer .tpoie 11g11111.ft 11 foe. Intramural 11, 2, 3, 413 Award 12, R, -11g Track 11, Z, S, -113 junior Band 12, -113 Senior Band 15, -11 Q Tap Club 15, 413 Glee Club 1213 junior Prom Committee 131. HOWARD FRANKLIN COLVIN It zvmzld be .1r,q11111tf111 for 11 zreei, ltzlrglvler for 11 mfmlb, .zml 11 g11r11Ije'il fr1rez'e1'. Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41g Basket- ball 12, 3,1113 President 121g junior Prom Committee 1311 Senior Tea Committee 1415 Microphone 1413 Myndersian 141- PAULINE WINIFRED CORNELIUS She bulb 1111 1111111 of m111- 1111111 fbingr. Glee Club 13, 41g Hearth Club 141g Musical Comedy 141. Nik KNOX LOUIB FIANO H4111 lo romana fbe 1111 defrlnzdnzg IJ dine! or lbe lmzd lo execule chlll fl 1 Bus LI 12 Proud Secrctlry md I-lC.lSLlfLl Vlcc Prundnnt 7 unmr Plrty md Prom Com mnttee QU Sc-mor Tu Bxll 'md Dinner Committees HJ Mlcrophonc HJ hfyndersnm WI! I IAM IOUIb FI AHFRTY There ll l10lblU2 life n IV Mere? A anthus f 1 Prcsxdun C crcru umor Plrry Commuter. 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B5 erblll fl 7 3 4 .ip 111 :chill 7 ij Capram K5 Track 1 1 F otbl 5 U umor Plly Commmee 131 bemor Tel and Play Commntree ill Myndzralan Q4 THOMAS JAY HAYES Ylae zulw ba Nlllll ezef be 5 erbnll fl 7 3 U 3 ij Aclnthu 'I rc. lxurnr not J Tr umor Prom md Plrly Cum mlrtccs 5 Senmr Blll and D1 n n L r Qmnlnxrtcci fi Mynnlclsmn f j Busmcss LIJIIISCI' RICHARD CHARI YS HEINRICHS A 111111 :wang ldlex 1 mfr! dfefd nl lhmg V1 mon Club B nd fl j Acanmus NX lm Roug.,c junior Play UD benxur Plly 17 HOI IAND To nu mme dc ll mngennzl lo my fn :rl One 7111116 Lhnzu than ll ilu glow 0 art Intramurals sp Glue Club J j0AlN XII ELIZABETH HUBBARD lint nb Jbe dmrer vurb 1 IM, amz upon an I :mr day If 0 me 1 r bl 'I up Club C mnnmtcc Coxnmuuc QU Pnze Speak ID i ij umor Prom .aunor .1 FRFDERIClx IUTHER Hl NITINGTON A IIICHIK7 11111 ullblrz the llllllf n lftflllllllj, mnlb I 715167 peut nz bnnrf tulle 1 11511 bcnmr Pl y U Quuur Blll lflk 'Im Comnmmccs cg Club Opcrurl Wig, tml Ruu C hiyndcrsn m f4j . 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Spclkmg Q41 Semor Tea Blll and Dmnex Com mmces Q41 MymIc1s11n Q41 Ednor ln Cluef IEO JAINIFS LUDOVICO G11 111111413 01117 L11 11015611 F01 Lflouledge 101111111 01113 R 1l1u Club 7 4 'IHOINIA9 IAWRENCT IXNCH A ne 1011111 0 1101115 gen t1e111e11 and qlllfklj 1170! 0 ack 11 Z 31 W1g an Rouge Q71 41 jumor Play C31 umor Prom Commmee 31 Semor Ball Commmee Q41 Operetta 141 IWCKFEL C011le11t111c11t 101611 111111g :ec Club 1 lun 4 5:11101 Tcl COITIIIIIIILL ROBFR1 JUI IAN INIACDONAI D ll Ike Ire 0 the 1111001 ,103 dll We 1549! ll Pfzj zap' 1111 11119 1114 gutn Q 41 Tenms 131 jup1Qr,PronL and PBTTV Comrmtfees X311 Acanthus Q41 Mypdf.rs11r1 K41 X ANTHONY JOSFPH INIARQLIIA D011 Ibau 1019 11 e9 TIJ111 do 7101 YlfIlI1?ZdE7 111116 I 1 1111! 11 Ifye 1114 1 nude 0 Ifontblll 141 C1rcoloIt1l1mo Q4 VICE Pre-s1dent 41 18 MARS EDITH LEET S110 ll 11111 17161 fb1e11d Acrnpxgmn QOCILIX 12 3 4 Opcrcrm fl 21 Glee Club 7 XX15, md Ruugc 41 lN1rurc Club 11 I1r1ry flu 11 IXIICFUPIIUIIC 7 mor Prom lml Pl ly om II trees 1 bnmur Pl1y Tu and B111 C0mm1ttcu 4 Le rcs Frmcus 111 n 1 sun 1 BARBARA JANE IEWIS 1111111 1 11151111 If 0 Q II 1 1mu1 ll Av. ltd 1 Clmcr Ieulcr 4 Indoor Tr Sc111u1 Tel Commmcc 4 I-II INRX IxI I I FR IEWIS H1 1 1111 I 10111 C116 I111 LL 1 1111 11 11 1011 11111111 1111 111 Iwmtblll 7 -I1 Blilxet 1ll IIA Prev 1lc1t 111 1111101 Plfly Prom cmnr T61 P113 md a 0111111111110 Q 41 Mmropbone 1 4 My 11clerb1111 Q4 PIIZC Spc.1lx111g Q41 L L O CJ' of 1, 11. 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U 01,1 Q 'F HOLLYWOOD BOUND Inc ones Pmrlduil ldvx 1rd Rlfferty V161 Pllfldd 111 Mary Ldrth Ltet I'1eaJ11rez Edna Trulan Secfeimy Hui Razz Twzblmzfm 0 5111111011 Flynn Iimzlnzqmn Ixlnmrky Mzllw R Plrzflfzey Bulrleg Serwzd lf0I1 B :broth D fmmbll B T1llIlI!7!6 Tlaomaf KI Su anvofz Eddr Sbmpe M011 M111 fb Slmug D Pzmbzey P10111 R011 Il llltze Loomzr R11 6115 loner Tvulmz Leer George adz1Je1 Xvlfll mmyf old Wngs and 1 llttle nm Rouge thc tondmon Wrtlm vngs firmly plsttd down the club yen turcd to drscuss chmges rn tht tonstltutron to the end that they mrght reach those people who were most mtcrested rn dramatlcs Flht Wig md Rouge than lumchtd upon an ambitious progrftm of studylng PdI'lIOlDlI'lL mtcrprctwtxon under tht direction of Mrss em George faculty adyrscr Some even xtnturcd so far as to undertake work on shadovs plays sulhouettcs made by hghtmg effects Although these were nucr produced ln pt bllt those tllxlng p1rt btclmc quite prohcrtnt rn cmggtrlttd pmtommc 'Ihe February mectmg was grytn oycr to the tnrtlanon of the rncomlng senror play cast In March the Wlg and Rouge sponsored an assembly program featuring Mr oscph l Connor professor of m ttrprttmon of lmerson College Boston as thur guest speaker As a last projtct of tht year the club plans a child thtatcr play to bt gn cn for the grade Chrldren 30 2 ' KI ........,........,................... , , 1 'Q 1 ' ...,.............................. . K 4 1 l .................-.v...r....,,-, . . I L ......................----........., - 1 'f r " . . '1 . , ' . K , . . I 1 1 .K E. , nf- -KK 61.3 V I 1 l K' I 1 I 1 1 V 1, 1 dramatic club started the year with make-up in excellent K . . K . Y. KK I LK K , K VK - . y ' 1K . , , V 1 ' 1 1 .. ' . ' y 1 V . 1 L . ' ' K K- ,' . ' , ' . . K ' 1 1 ,, , K , K , , V .- ,Ky 1 7 1 ' 1 V I 'y K' 1 2 -D K 1 1 1 . 1 - . 1 - 1 rf 1 2 1 L I 1- ' 1 4 1 6 11 I vi ' . 71 71 . - . D , K , , .K ' K J QK 4 , ,. ' . A ' z ' I - 5 Q AD, . , . 7 " 1 'K VA 1 K . , ,K , . , 6 A ,, K This year the Senior Class presented "A Doctor ln Spire of Himself," a French comedy, by Moliere. The leading parts were played by Eric jones and Betty Loomis. This play deals with the fallacy in human nature which believes in ostentation rather than sin- cerity. The comical predica- ments of a poor woodcutter furnish the plot of the play. The curtain raiser was "Pet- ticoats," a satire concerning women in politics. Their high ideals are lowered when they learn the impor- ce of itte g ' I olitics I I 1 1 ON THE BOARDS "Seventeen," a three act comedy by Tarkington, was very successfully produced by the junior Class under the supervision of Miss George in April. The leads were played by Howard Conklin and Betty Tallman. The story concerns a crisis in the life of a seventeen year old boy when the thing he wants most in the world, 21 dress suit, is denied him. His loss and his ultimate compensation offer the plot of this story, the first long ior i iss ns gixcn m sexcrtl ycirs IHIIIIHHIU 2 uli Tram! D Ilmlmi Lfmmz out R P1111 my Ixlmaz 1 lllcl N x ll!-4.q,b44aC' fZ,4,,Q44vD4! f-14,4 ,c4,h My 4 Riu C tea Com ntl Rllti Inn U1 IL fi nz H Ilftll In far Crm nz 11 51 3 1 Y U Tl! 111111 tan' a l l- raft in Plaly 21 lun Cl- 12- T. A' . agfq, - rt. , 'P ,J , -5 " ,ge .f f 'E f .' ,1 tf'f. ' .I.",2- 'f12.I'. u . "U'fe'. H',Cl.'i,Rog'e". I4 illife .jfffnfrslhiz-il. Sffffuy' lfmul Rott .' Dopul. 'e 1, . I . . X tx! X ,V XX, . y' K I y li ,'.Jx .f 31 I J J fJ 1'i J fri I X. ,. . PARLEZ-VOUS FRANCAIS ? Betty Loomis .........,...,..............,...,......,.,.,.......,. P1'ar1dtf11l Alvm Bube'oe'lt ,...,........,,.................., .... ,.......,. I 7 fue-1'1'c.r1a'ef11l lzvalyn bxsson .....................,............................... .S er1'vf111-3 Albert bmltll ............... ...... ..,...............,,.,.. ........ 1 1 ' c.1.f111zf1' Vf57T'. 11111121111 111111 C1111t11 1x11111l1 111111 111111111 Cnty 1x1111, ALIIIIIHI 101111131114 IN11 mls, Slllllb 51111111, brbtmi SLlU11dIell1t 1111111b1e 1 1 111111111 llnle tel 111111 R 1 1 Ill X 1 ff X fini f X fx Sbnpt Lmlem bflfllll N R115 Rllq AJIIJI l,lI'CC.LlllL tlnt el ulerens membrei elu Cercle lrme us ont ptsse le b.1cc.1lt1ure.1t on ont eomplete le eour ele frmcub le jum ptsse, ll premiere reunion que MlLlLl11OlSellL Riley 1 fut reumr et.11t meg peute fepantl mt, le cerele a souhtute la lJ1Ll'1XLfll.lL 1 plusleurs nouxetux membres 1 llI1lfllIlOl'l che-z Maelemouselle l presulent Betty Loomxs Mulemonselle Burnhlm ctut lt xmreuse ln tleeembre ll y 1x ut une solree de Noel tout 1 xt eh lI'lU'lI1l'L Un dejcuner delxeleux etaxt seru par les eleves tlu C erele Hearth soua I1 dxrectlon de MHklCIDOlbCllL Card XXL sent betueoup e est I1 eorrespontlance nec leb lunes Iran tus et lrmeme5 feat lAll1mec Irmcalie qul 1 ntncc eette eorresponelance pour tugmenter les sentnments lIT1l e tles entre l1 Irmcc et l AITICYILIUL Notre Cerele eSt elewenue membre tle eette orglmsttron Le Cerele aunt eelcbre le jour de bum Llurlemagne ptr un bmeltet ehez M tel tme AI'lHlIlgC Un seu plug tlrel le eerele 1 orgmue une plrtle ele theatre wour xorr le film Clmnlle qui est el lpres le romfm tl Alexmtlre Dum I5 les teux exenements regulleri tlu wrmtemps e wro grtmme tl usemblee du lyeee et le ptemque 1x uent lleu tomme el ordmture 32 X 4 J' j,x5 119 . fx! MWW J' Y 4 X . V. , J WJ' WP' if " .1-fi' f -JV Hd A LJ, 1 - 1 ,sv f 1 M! 1 J 1 , V v ' , '. ' ' '. ll"'1k't'. L 4, fnfg LM: 5' 1 11z': ly. . .' f. "', ' . lc. ". "UA, 4 " ' 2 'z J ' 1 ' ' ft ix-A-1 . , ,, 1. - 2' . . 1 2'- . 1' 5 ' "1 .' ' 1, f " me ' - A C ' , A 1 ' - 1 'tl 1 f ',' tw' A A ' afzl' '-ll. Une' nutrc nctivite tlu ecrcle que tous les mcmbre-s jouis- .L N 2 - .LH .- 1. - ' 74 ' I fa .1L'i ' XX X it 1 ' 1' i f 1 , 2, A A , ' 1 . 1 x' 2 .- ,xzir at a , K 4 1 1 A. 1 1 ' 1 Ak 1 v 1 1 . 4. - ,f 1- . . , L L . 1 , Wy! , ,, . ,, , , , ', , X W! . . . . . . . I. -2 Lf ,i .. X . --' I 1 A 1 y " 1 ' ." ' . 'i 'Ik' . A ' 111 ' ai. L , . ,-.. . , . 1 .l . . KEEP THE HOME ane Traver .......,....,..,.....,............... Earrlene Grady .............,..... ............... Betty Demont .......,.......,........,.... ..,.... Hearth Club activities began this year with their initiation in Gctober when fourteen new members were elected to augment the four remaining old members. Following the initiation a Christmas banquet was held in the new Home- making Center the beautiful old house which forms a charming and attractive background for entertaining. The Hearth Club has also assisted the other clubs most gener- ously in preparing and in serving luncheons and dinners for their various celebrations and in making the piratical costumes for this year s operetta. Besides contributing to the success of the social functions of the other clubs they have accomplished a really con structive task in helping to make the Center attractive and livable The club is arranging a club room there which is primarily a project for new members trying to earn their emblems On March sex cnteenth a Saint Patrick s Dance was hel in the gymnasium FIRES BURNING .................Preridelzl . ............ V ire-Prefidezzl . . . . .Serrelary and l'reaJl1rer' All the club actmties have been supervised by Mis vxell as club adviser assisted y Iss Huyck Nffc 1.0 gm Back Rau Doran illatlbeui Fredenblugln Benedzrl Grady Tamer Demon! R1 1671 Slnzrrollu Serm1dRou Hujaf Cnduell Adu er Fr 1111 R zz Mui: Tzzener C1111 lfpfaer Rifle Aelmn Capp lfflfl Mzltfvell 33 4 2 , 7 7 7 l f 's if Exif . .Alf , 4 1 , . ' 2 . . , - .M J 7 . 1 . I ' . - L 'V' 's . . . ' s ' M 9' fv- ' Q Jr! ' Q if ' J J- , .1 .' ' i'h'li V i i'l ' i V I I I 7 I I i il D V 5 y iz: . ff' A V I .SI .. b. ' , ,H ,I 'U M. ' 6 .1 .WI .y J v Y K ly . 1 LETS GO SKETCHING Wlll11111 llftherty Feln1 Trul1n Lee Nevsell Thomis Hstyes P 1 L rzde 111 Vice P1 efzdefz' Scrzelm y T1 eatin er BML R011 Ntzrdomzld Flubulg Aeuell lN9d1lD4lYf Abfellf Hmev Gmufz Babcock Semnd R011 Slflglflllfd Adzluef G1 :bling Tzllwml FIOYZI Rau jlldbfl T1111111 Ttzzefzev Wald Demng Gfzggr Berzilej Aemthus ellrected b Mrs Stelvervsalel h1s for 'tn ob Y .S yectne the SUlDL1llIlOI1 of gre1t public mterest ln art IH 1ll fields The 'lfflbflf abllltles mel interests of Acinthus members hue bfen evpleneed m XHYIOIIS xx IVQ geserftl members tl11S year hive partlelpateel IU mtloml commerclll contests is vsell as IU loc1l poster eontests NXl1lCl1 hwe glven them worth whlle experience 1n practncal uses of art work The club IH cooperatton mth Hearth Club and W1g and Rouge, started the development of a Marnonette show encom passrng the desrgnmg, bullclmg, and lrghtrng of the stage and 1fS scenery, the making and operatlng of the puppets The desrgns on the art room vwrndovs have been palnted by members of Acanthus The club sponsored for mssembly ln December the ap peimnce of M j Irlnlelln Cftxeny 1rt1st mel sculptor who entertuneel the stuelents of Mynelerse wlth sketching modeling mtl lLLfLlI'lIl2Q During the ye If Amnthus gene 1 Wxslllngton 'md 1 M IV Diy ellnee mel the LLlllTllU2lflOI'l ol thelr ictnltles V815 re leheel III thelr mnull bmquet IU honor of the Aeinthus semors 34 fri f CANTHU rs .U 1- - L L A ...........-...---.1........-.....-4.-.sf-I.-...,.-Q . A. f"'f w elf' -r Q . , ,. . ,., Y, Y . . " , ,. .. . , , . .., ., .. . . 1 ., I. , t , t , . .. . , 1, ., , ' ' .4 1 ' Ala Y f - t ., . , 1. 1 A YA 1 I f. 1 . I mn" I . 4 1 e 'K ' 112 A'-e e . ' . rl .. . f - W Ars , . - - . ,, 1 .e 4 J ' e A L ' 1 4 '2 A t V. L , - .5 Y 1 . A v - , A T , , , t , 7 ' , , v 1 , 1 - ,Ax . I X , M-L. . s , , , . . T, 1' yr ' 14 . . e .e ',e A . , . . . . 4 y . .Q . .5 , X .k, L wx . A .- l ' 1, t t 't .. . 1 .I , . - . y , ,- t . ,L L . , Ali ' 'k 2 c ' 1 - THEY HAVE RHYTHM Donald Chalker ..........................,........................ Manager Chester Clark .........,........................................... Librarian john C. Fraser .................,.......................... ....... . .Direetar Bark Rau Cbalker Clark L Lind Warren DeLeljr Kellelrer Pe1k1nr Serand Raw Warner Slanlan DeLelyJ Prayne Warden Fzrfl Raw an le! Plunkett McDermott Lyke Utlcane Mar lraleo Hager Second Raw Pelerman Clary R Lznd Carroll Tbrrd Rau Marlraleo Zona P1011 Faurtla Rau Raferty Balfley Harlan Standing Fraver drreclar Tamburrlna drum major Fin! Rau an rzgbl Baluley Slaudemeyer Van Marrer Dzlmare Camrlark Gargan Second Rau an rrglaf Gralalmg Kmg Calalzra Aranran Thzrd Rau Speerr Rmebarl Mayer The Mynderse Band consists of seventy members twenty live rn the unror Band and forty five rn the Senror Band The Sennor Band began rts actrvltres thrs year by play rng for all of the home football games where they recerved a great deal of prarse for therr excellent maneuvers as well as thenr fine playrng Both junror and Senror Bands took part ln a concert whrch was grven February 16 rn the audntorrum Thrs suc cess was due to the talent of the partrcrpants as well as the talented leadership of Mr Fraser band and orchestra ZX-S ff! 7 Lf 'f d 1 rector Groups of young musrcrans have been formed rn the Frrst Ward and Elrzabeth Cady Stanton schools rhrs year under the mstructron of Mr Fraser It rs expected that these groups wrll furnrsh maternal for the Mynderse bands when the older members are graduated The band rs partrcrpatrng rn the Annual Central New York State Band Contest which will be held thus year mt Lyons on Aprrl 23 and 24 35 "' 1 1 ' 1 1 le 1 1 I - 1' D " 1 1 V ' 1' 'l 1 y 1 1 1' "l 4 1 1 I 1' ,. . . . . ' 7 I I ' ' I f ' I ' ', 'C ' 7 7 ! J 7. Y 'I Y 7 ! J' ,'. J Y ' , . J , - - 7 1 . ' I .--.X A . 'fefwl T. I 4,.,,Z1,j: . . . Q , my f 5 6 7 fl ,,, f . . . 4, ,fn , . l 15,10 11' 'I .1 ZZ 1 ---. . .. , 1 ' Y- 4 I I 1 .'J PRESENTING FRASER'S Music MASTERS l 1 I, N, 4 ,lr ... J Frank Tamburrino J. ,........,.P1'c,l'fJe'lIf Ay, v .- 1 t NY fi Chester Clark ..............................,,... , . .X .,......,...... LIbI'4ll'I.1lI x . " 1 f ,V ' y John C. Fraser . . ,fl A l" l K '11 4' Bdffe Rou Ra any Pluniell R DLLKIJX Claai Ammon P1011 Serena' R014 fue: dnetlm Speafr Varzillarlev Sianlml M DeLeI11 Munoleo Hauler G1 zlvlnzz Smzllv nzrlzmlm Fzwl R011 Tumzhle HfHfU7l Mum ma' Tfulm C1!llH0 Tllllblllfllll Clnle 243 rw ff 4 Al fr 4 ?W 'Ihe orehestri mhxfh lb under the dlreetlon of Mr lrzser has added much to our enjoyment of ne trly Ill sehool fune tlons 'Ihe rnusrc uhxch rt furnishes for our weekly assem bly programs his made them much more ple 1s1nt than they hue eye been Some of nts pubhc lppestmnees lnelude the semor sine ,LIHIOF plays vshen If prouded enterlunment between the lets ind the mnull pubhe syerlelng eontest held IU May when xt played sex eml seleetlons It his not only pstrtnclpated ln school functrons but llso phyed an nmportwnt part ln the Rotary Mlnstrels held ln the Myn derse ludltorlum This year the senior orehestrt h1s 1 IHLlTlbLI'Sllll7 of txenty four 'Ihe yunxor orehestrl rs benne truned by Mr Wllllee Smrth Irs members mll hll many of the plxees rn the senror orehestrl left y lemt bee luse of g.II'lLlU1l'IOIl At the present tlme 1 strung blss md two eellos xnstruments neyer before used ln Mynderse Ire rn the junior orehestrl 1nd these ylstyers vull be reldy for llXlIlLLl'I1LflI rt the end of the school yelr 7:6 ll!! lj iw. of .f A 'xv . . .. , ' , V . . ., ' ' ' A . ., , ., , . . 4 . . L . 4. ., A , , 1 . . . , . .x K, . . A l tx . 3 fs f . s A .1 vi '. K . . . .iss A K f, . YA: ss . 2 AL K -.sf A A 'l l l ' U ' ' A . Y' . . , f V A A 1 1 , . ' ' ' ' ' 2 ' ., t ' 2 2 ' A' V 'Q ' ' . v A . 14 'A v r. A . ' , t A .. .. . . A . X N H 4 ,, . . t . K I f y I L 4 ' A . 1 7 , "N . ' I ' 1 I 1 A A' ' ' 4 Lf L mf, flferffy' , xeyff 5 I fgeg A . 5- , -A , t V ' ?'s , . . . , . . - AL 2 - . , L . V ' 1 L A If 'X j ' ' - A A - U ' . , ' - . ' '-.N44 ,x ., e . A , t ' ' t A ' . i1"1,.zf1' "N ' - A- , A V, sf 'A-f 1 A f A . .- . E433 M51 . s 1 t t , r . . . A A K- 1 , -. Lf, N- . bs . V A . . Y . L A . - L. L A W 4 'S ' ' 'L ' lk 'L " A L ' ' A - vA, . L . B MYNDERSE WARBLERS The Mynderse Academy Glee Club has one hundred and twenty members this year, as compared with eighty members last year. Under the direction of Miss Burnham, it has completed a very successful year. Late in the fall forty of its members attended a festival held in Geneva. This was followed in the spring by the annual operetta. Directly follow- ing the operetta, work was started on a concert in which classical songs were featured, thus ending a well-rounded year featuring several successful public appearances, "Blow Me Down," the musical comedy presented by the Glee Clubs, Miss Burnham directing, pictured the capture by pirates of a group of boys and girls. Since the pirate business wasn't paying well, they joined together to operate a cafe, "Bucket of Blood," where entertainment was provided by the prisoners. Pete Giusti, playing one of the pirates, gave an excellent performance. Phil Mcllneny, as a cook, furnished many of the laughs. The romantic element was brought in by Barbara Trumble, Shirley Spiegelman, jack Mumford and Wzllton Dickow. . Le1111.1rd. B11cknm1. Zlliller, Hunl- Mcfjzziw. MrEr1n1y, 151011, Third Row: Nozzulio. Cm'- Sterenfmz. Helier. Gui'- A101"HJI7l1. Ca1,1r1'0. 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Ill 1.'11,u1111l. ,lltlfr . l',1r1 1ll.1r.tf. lfI.Il7'711, ff, Gif . . 15. 1., l ' . P1111, C.'.11'.1ff1f1. 511111111 Rffit 5 .ll. l'1 . .-l. llffmi. 1.1 i. 1'111'1,1111. 511111 if. 11,2 Wil. I1 fi . M11 1, PM I. 1.111 . lf. fffmi, f.11rr1t1'111'. I'iH'l H1111 .' R111 , R. fum , 1i.1,'1,w, 1'!l1'11rl . D11 1 ', i J, S. .ll11'lt1, K1'11,11if.1, 111111. S111 1,1 1 ,1r1. tw - t 'mf5'f11 1 .lg M 7 CLUBDOM Everett Jacoby .............. Pre.ri1le1zl William Hulby ......... Vice-P1'e.fi1le11l Robert Comstock .......,......... . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sevrefary and Tl'6d.fllI'6l' The Airplane Club meets three times a week in the Homemaking Center. With the assistance of Mr. Mott, a World War aviator, they are completing their "Penguin" Il"11y1e, DeLelyt, Fellltf, Conklin, jafnby, fllllflfy, Iiuliley, C11mt111rl1. Mmite. Pirzrimy. George Booras .............. P1'e.ri1le11l Edward Rafferty ........ Vive-Pre.ride111 Robert Spencer ............. 7'1'e11.r111'e1' Anna Barbieri ......,.,..... Se1'1'ela1'y The Radio Club has made definite progress under Mr. Mnrble's direction. It has built a phone transmitter and has contacted many stations within a 250- mile radius. Bal R1111'.' R11 tfell, Phill. Merrift. F. LIlllllI'lL'Il, L. L111l11i'1m. Mmble. .zdziterx N11f1'1.' 15111111 Rlllll' 1?.1He1'l-3. H.n'b1w'i. B11111',1t. S'lVL'I1t'L'f. lll.1,il1'11le'11. Bark Rau lVo1den Btubz Capp z1ell1 Ao olm W 1111111 Neltrnz B11ldaffz1'1 Second Rau Mlllfl ddllfef Rzlej McGold1lrlJ Mr Ixeel Comermrky Moyer Kelleher Tfulan S11 11111111 Iizlslej Srbzt tr IHJIII R011 H11 E lllllll TJII1111111 C1111r11l C1111r11l Ce11s111 I red 'I rul1n Olldfff 11 C oncetm Gnrdina Norman Aronson oseplime Swanson C lreulius Ifttinus similis enitatis Romante institutus est eorum causa qui annum secundum tertiumque llntlllllld Iaimm tdent t sul scientil uae Romlnorum tntieluorum lLlLI'1 sit Blfk Rau BI.1nflf07l B111L1e11 Ludozzro C1zlif11l Mjerv Pelertmz Tbnd R011 Royce Detum 51111110111 Bl0l1lfl Mzlone Camplfel lo adnrer Irzgermll Ctmznllo Smderrorz M1 lldflli Revmld 11111111 Rau lflll Bilu C1 11111 IU111111 Demi: A fl 1111 llljtkllfl P 11 1111 R111 Pe11l11111 M1l'11lu11l Dell 111111111 H 1 R161 Helen Decker P11f11le111 une Moll V111 l11t11le11l Gloril Fornesi 51111111115 'Ihe Iibrtry Club flmililrizes its mem bers with ill library tools uds in finding mlteritl ind in preplring blbllOiL,I'lPl1lLS It ISSISIS in Book Week 1nd at ll1NLl'lIOfy in 'a I 'x 11 s ll, s R1 G, I ,of J ,f jf rl 1 I fd 9, fy ,f"3l'i. . f 1 fl rp X ll!! ,ifv K .D f l f lf . 3 2 N 'J , I. j J' tl e Q' fr 'x .B WI C-295 C V: 1 , y . 'y 4. ', Y Z- K ,-. ' .l .', ,' Y 1'i,Q1H1, fllt'E7lw1J'. A1'1111t1111, Gi.1rdin.1, Kiftell, Di . .lt '1' lll, u , 1 . D. '1 f '. 1-.1 .4 f'-t I 1' "I, . A . . '.'1 , H, I' y gi, ' '1 . .........,.. f J' J 'D ........... ' ..t' . su ' u fi 'z "tm ' . i '- '- z 4 ' : 1. ' g. 38 J Florence l,.llLlINl7O .,,........ l'i'viitfw1l Anthony Marscllgt ,..... lf'it'tf-I'r'tfiiJa111 Miss D'Urso ............,... AJ1'i.vw' ll circolo incorngghi Cultiim italinna ui suoi mcmbri. Par nvanzarc quacsto scope un giornalc italiano E stato fondato cd .lnchc si prcscntcrii uno schcrzo comico. limi Razz! l'.1ltr1l1. C.m1t1.1fu. liirlzi. G1.mf1a1,i. fl. lfufuggh' Sumfld Rnu: Cm, ill.n'!i11n, A 1llw'g'.lfllf, IYJII Difln, DiNu1t1le. T.1r'q1mw: lfrmzl Rlllll' R. ffrffrzglqf. D'I'1i0. .zifiiiwf I7 l't1iql1.1ft'. Iltlllllllfilf, M.n'wf1,1, CLUBDOM Mary litlith l.cct . .1f.X'L't'!lfjI't' f,'f7,Ijl'Nl.1lI Doris Strong ...,.,. IJmKgr.11f1 Chiiiwftzzz Miss 'lean George ...,,....... Ilfizwfffi' Miss limily Smith .,,......... Adzirw' The Arcopagm Society tlclmitctl Gov- urnmcnt Ownership of lilcctricgil ljtilitics in thc Finger Lakes Tourmincnts :intl thc mot-ts with Lyons, Symrtisc. XVntcrloo, eGcncv.1 and Horncll. ylizri Ruiix' R. lizfilq, lDf11'.n1.' Surmzd Rolla' If. Iizfilti, Sffieglw1f.11z. Riu. Sf1'll71'Q. Leu: Iifllflf Rfmx' Rilti. Giuwlqtf. Swifft. f1:f1iwri.' Emfmz. r Rau flfv I Lil 115 11:9 Sli ll ion A film Rlvlm H11 fum! Zozi Lm tm t in u All x Crzfimg Plnf Finn ostphinc Su lnson Pu mit 111 Nlirgtrtr Ashlcy itlmj 11141 lit 1fllJLl I unitt Pollirtl Izztfimlfn 'Iht purpose of tht T1p Club is to tlrill girls xx ho t in tip to do roiitim is ork Mtmbtrs hut tltncctl lor Rotiry Nhn strt s intl tht optrtttis L Ill I lui 1 I 1 Snlfli HI ' Lui 1 L 11 it 11' x it 1 1 zz nz num 01 In unit: lxithcrim lutns itrfftfzf Dorothy Shtrpt tif 4 I Nliss Huxcls xt Il Ll A tumbling club for girls nts orgm k ISI Unk llL NU WL TN ISIOH ss Ruth I-Iuycls Thr irl mu Q Lcstllx intl vrattitu x irioiis lLl'0 NILIUIS fx J! , P' ,. ,. 1 J f l , x 'I 13.1 5 Sm' . I". . Cf. 3 I ri. 41 - liz if Rf 1 14. .dzkt . , Eudi. , 1 ' . f. ' .' " I 'I ' . Ifu' . Trnn Ha Sli. ju. 'l',1 mr: lfrff , l'f'u': S111 'd ', '01 fx X ,, uf. 4. Sit ami, Nt Y. J. 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A M.uulJ Super Alma: lxlup Fnnzl Rau Bubl S Young' Fzmlx Coach Bakers football squad started the 1936 season wlth only four weterans Newell Tom and Duck Hayes and Bonaccn but later Morehouse who was elected captam Prescano and Clark jomed the squad and from that time the team went to town The outstanding achnex ements were the uetory over the hnghly rated Waterloo team and the clrckmg OHCHSIVC of the last four games In which Myn derse plled up 99 points to their opponents 14 The team fimshed In thnrd place m the league Graduatlon losses mclude Tom and Duck Hayes Macdonald Newell Clark Iewls tnd M1rsella SCORL5 01 IHL 1936 .SLASON Mynderse 7 ew uk Mynderse O Lyons Hynelerse 3 Ptlmyri 7 Waterloo 7 e Penn Yan 7 Clyde Mynderse rynder e 41 I-lf!-' j or mqte el ' ' ' ' ....,..... tj ............................... 1 " -' w .X . ' ', . '. ...... yy' ..,.. ,...,..g..lJ .,....,..,.. ...... . '. ' .- ' . 1 ,. ' ' J- . J l 1 e. V 'Vi f 5' ' 4 f . . 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' ' 5' 20 - 0 M nderse Lyons Vw ON THE COURT WITH THE BOYS Bob Macdonald Caplanz Daniel Verzllla Manage: Arthur L Bal-.er Coaflv R011 T Hay Sf70Nllf Nearpzrr Macdonlld Il ordr R Hager DePazJqz1u1e The 1936 37 Myndcrse basketball team potentially of champronshrp calibre finished rn a tle mth Waterloo for second place rn the league after an up and elown season Drclt Hayes wmner of the trophy as the most valuable player was hrgh scorer wrrh 221 points whrle Bob Mae donald captain second totaled 106 ponnts Other senlors to be lost to next years squad are Tom Hayes Nearpass Colvin llano and Mrrsh Myllnderse Mynderse 'fMynderse Mynderse Mynderse Mynelersc Myndersc "'Mynderse 9FMynderse 'l'Mynderse 3"Myndersc Myndersc Myndctse Mynderse Myndcrsc :'fMynderse 'l4Mynderse :'1Mynderse L C 7 "'League Games Clyde Onondaga Valley Geneva Lyons Auburn Alumm Manchester Waterloo Canandaigua Penn Yan Genera Manchester Auburn Clyde Waterloo Penn Yan Canandaigua Onondaga Valley 42 L L 1 .fbi ,ff J .f , f 1 T 2 ' lr f ffl? f-f PCA' X ,447 Z r-'fix V' , A if , VI. - f V Ji 4 ' ' V Dyfx v 1 I-ffyfll! . 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A 22 l 20 ' 4.. 2-1 AROUND THE BASES Drck Hayes Caplan: Roscoe Bartran Manager Bark Row Barlrnn Mgr Crum Tazener T Hayer Slromak Colvin Mant eld I Marib Smith Baker Coach Fr0n1Rou MfCarIhy W Shepard Van Dlllo R Hayes Rogerr Fmno Moreland The 1936 Mynderse baseball team was a member of the Fmger Lakes Conference composed of A and B schools and Mynderse had the best record of the A schools repre sentmg the league rn the sectronals at Rochester where they lost to Monroe Hugh Rochester champnons 7 2 A four run rally ln the fifth mnmg defeated Mynderse Drck Hayes captam of the team bore most of the pntch mg burden for the season He and Moreland Fxano Tom Hayes Colvm Smlth and Stromak will form the nucleus of the 1937 team THE SCORES FOR THE 1936 SEASON WERE "Mynderse 5 Canandangua 4 Mynderse 1 Auburn 3 JkMynderse 0 Manchester 5 J ":Mynderse 5 Phelps 4 "5Mynderse 3 Shortsvllle 8 "'Mynderse ll Waterloo 2 4'Mynderse 3 Clnfton Springs 1 4'Mynderse 20 Vrctor 5 'kMynderse 11 Penn Yan 2 Mynderse 5 Auburn 4 Mynderse 3 Palmyra 1 Mynderse 2 Monroe 7 5 League Games 43 Arthur L. Baker ........................... . .................... .... . Coach -' 1 -1' A F .1 ' 1 - -f ' y I 1 fi 1 j 1 ' 1 , ,' 'A' r - 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 7 , . a s ' - . - . Q , , 7 7 7 GIRLS SPORTS The gxrls softball tournament held rn thc sprmg of 1936 was a xery cxcltrng contest The tcams were not dlvlded ac cordmg to classes but accordrng to abrl rty After sexeral close games Katherlne lvxcns captarn and her teammates cmcrgcd victors Bark Rau Clary Yellf Taunef Hujre In the autumn soccer teams were also orgamzed accordmg to abrhty rather than classes Because of bad weather skl surts were worn by the gxrls rn the last game Dorothy Trumble was captam of the team whnch won the much coveted vrc tor Brfk Rau Mzller Euenf B Trumble Huyrk ranch Tazenef Fvant Rau Gmane Eddl math D Tfumlzle Wet! Fran! Rau Clary Euenf Tfumble Slmvpe Rlaznelaml Tazenev Taunef Pollard Yell! Royce Baci Rau Smith Tmenez Laamfr Huyck mzzb Fran! Rau Slfang Tauner Wllkze Tallmun Yellf Fne volley ball teams were organrzed lmmcdratcly aftcr the soccer tournament was completed A large number of gurls played on the teams thus affording keen competltnon It was necessary for the lucky team to wm a ITIHJOTIIY of the games rt played dur mg the contest Through the spltndnd co opcratxon on thc part of nts members Dorrs Wrlkxe s team defeated every other one 1n the tournament thus emergrng v1c torrous Eleanor Easrons team came through second Llcanor Easton Dorothy Newland and Helen Mott rolled up thc most pornrs for thelr reams netrrng nnne tccn exghtecn and srxteen pornts rcspec tn ely Bzrk Rau Clary Euan: Huyrk raarla Swan ron Fvanz Rau Leuu Strong Tvumble Eddl As usual basketball attracted a great many gxrls thrs year The teams were grouped accordmg to classes ln three leagues The senlor teams rn league A and B played off the final game for the cham pronshrp The league A team captarned by Dorrs Strong won rhrs most excrtmg game by one point Helen Motts team senxors won rn league B and Kathleen Doran s team lunlors rn league C Early rn the fall Mynderse glrls held a basketball play day here wlth grrls from Geneva Waterloo and Penn Yan ln at tcndancc lollowmg the games Mrss Cardwclls homcmakrng classes served a very lovely luncheon rn the new Home makrng Center Q H" ff'-at Wise 3 , , , , 1 f f I' I ' ! 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