New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY)

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O T ' 1fII71Jlj:-i:'jil'1:':'.:1:,'girl'i all ff. . 'K' fn' K . . ',u.1.J .5, J, J, Xyaxy, .1 nflifirvnxtfjlzr'tfH::z!imgjjQl'ff Y 9 3 6 Qfmiiminirijggglrfgmiznt'jf"17Tg'rrIgQLQEj31LfE1f1j:iq:g L- 'xr' xritrtl-if .krfrn .fp ,Ar ,115 f, 4 71: 17.1, 11 v.3,"' 11, 4 Y N: :1 ,U Y il ,Hi :Q .Q rl, lib EQ 'EF 31 ,Ag Qi. 'ix N 41. up Hx rl, xl! Hg 111 w 5, if IN. ,Qi 'YH H1 -lf. W. L. :W EH' gil, gm U11 34, ,W -1 ng fa Ju W., wif M M, M ,W VM N , , 1 Al, wi .1 ,,4 1,1 wi IN 'if 410 ?1vmU55!sM'M.' i4Ql41IPS2Sf1!4Qk41f4P3i4ifd4SF2l4wM44!4Q!4Q!44GQ!42f 1' H E H u G u E N o T wmMfffMMwvMM1rMMf1ws52 -1 N m Vfs I I I 'i' xx' nl -- 1 CONTENTS DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION EDITORIAL IN MEMORIAM GRADUATES CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS FEATURES EXERCISES ADVERTISEMENTS FRIENDS 9 3 e E 'FWF 5 55 :fagb:fL:l::QL:f1:fz:!:qf: zfzizzlqp :lL:l::lL:biLQ!::1p:I:qf: Q! K THE HUGUENOT E ylfzlrclrijrqr qrkcirtgrzi: qxjrzircjz 1: Zi?Ci?1f?1i3Cl?11?1l?1i: '34 ' ' l I l l FA C U L T V , l T Raymond G. Cunningliani ,, , . , Science : Allegany College, B.S.: Columbia Teachers' College, M.A. Gertrude McKenna ..,. , .... ..., . , l.., , Latin and French Elmira College, A.B. Florence C, Wicks .. ,... ,,.......... ....,i.....,... , , , ......,... ........... . .. ...., Social Science New Paltz Normalg New York University, B,S. and Ed. Rosalie Conard .,,., ....... , ..,,. , ,, .,,r...,.,..,,i.,,,.,..,,..,..r...i...,, ..,.........,,...... .......,... E n glish Barnard College, B.A. N Frances Levinson .. ........,, . Commercial Dep rtment I New York State College, B.S. and C. l l Morris Livingston .,,...,,, ,...., ...,,,..,,,..,,....,,....,,... ..,........... M a thematics N ' I t Clarkson College of Technology, B.S. and E. 5 K : Cornell, M.A. and Ed. Q S Frederick Heinsohn ,,.... ....., ........... ..,...,................ ...... ...,..........,,,......., A g r i c ulture Syracuse University: Cornell University, B.S. x z New York University, M.A. E Florence Caffrey ..,.. ..,. ,......,...,.....,,..,.,. ,..,..,.,,,...........,,.,..,, ,,,,.,,...........,....,.,......... A r t Q Syracuse College of Fine Arts, B.A. I X. Leonard VVood ,....,..... .. .....,,...,.......,,,,.. ..,.,,..... ..,,,,...,.....,,.,........., , ........ . . .Athletics E Indiana State Teachersg S Teachers' College, Columbia University, M.A. v:www++wwk xaefmfwmwfwfe 6 V vig XJR: A THE HUGUENOT umm umm VPWWTT TI-IE STUDENT SENATE OF1936 Mr. Cunningham ,, .T.. ,.....T... .....T.,.., F a culty Advisor Lvelvn Sterbenz .,..., ........,T..,T..,,,T.A,.....,.,T,...,,.,.. P resident Roger Juckett .......... .,,...................,...., V ice-President Anna Gurovich .,,,... ,........... .......,,..,....4......,...,.,.... ........,..,...,.,.., S e c retary Robert Sullivan ,.... .............,........,...T. .,,,.,......,,..,.....,.,A.......................,........ T r easurer Other members: George Wicks Ellsworth Buchanan George Bogert George Manolakes John Moran Donald Weir Samuel Kevan During the year of 1936 we have organized many committees, George Bogert was appointed Chairman of the Committee on Fire Drillsg George XVicks, Chairman of the Lost and Found Department. Through this depart ment many lost articles have been returned to their owners. The Chairmen of the Athletic Association Committee were Donald VVeir and Samuel Kevan During the basket-ball season, two members were appointed as Monitors at the games. These members were George Manolakes and George Wicks The Assembly Committee was organized a little later in the year with Anna Gurovich as Chairman. It is the aim of the Student Senate to maintain a high standard for student activity in studies and in extra curricular activities, Sawkslfdoslmksbieslaiwskflfsbef 'Ti 1 9 3 6 ji'i1Ffl'?5PfF4FfF4PfFfF'FfF 7 . 75 rfnlnfzqfzslzqfzsfzslzafa rlxlxlxlz :lL:!L:lL:lg ilL:!L:!LllLi1z Q4 1 uimmmnmummnnnrrmmmirifi THE HUGUENOT nnnm mrmrrznnnvl yfzit ci: tlrclt qrvlczlrcixjz 1l?:j::j::1: 11: .j::Q: 11312: 11: :iris :iz DQ I-ILJCEUENCDT STAFF Editor-in-Chief ..,, A.A., , ..... Business Manager .... Advertising Manager Literary Editor ....,r.,.r.... Art Edltor ....,...............,....... Circulation Manager ASSISTANTS Gertrude M. Keller .................Muriel McCaul ,....,....Hubert Du Bois ..,,.Eleanore LaMere .......,,,Frances Minard ,...,.,......Charles Fitch Editor-in-Chief .,...... ,,...,.. ....,. .......,......,.,,. R u t h Pine Business Manager .i........... ,.....i....., D oris Nickerson Advertising Manager ........... ..,..,... B enjamin Matteson Literary Editor ................. ii.......... H elena Minard Art Editor .,,,.i.,......,................ ,,...,..........,........i K ay Savago Circulation Manager .....,..,A..i........,,..........,....,.........,...,.,...,.... john McElhenney NOTE-Eleanor LaMere not in group picture. ff wrxawskwwwgf E5 1 9 3 6 --uu- bi'1ls'fl?fFflsf1Yis'fFVFfIffrtf'rYls14 a Y -Y14Z21I22I12!1sI21!14bJ.:iwlllsblle1I2d1skS2rI21I12bifQf :E THE HUGUENOT :i'1k1irfIffP1F?1F1iffF Tikilffil fIf1FWfF?1If1If?'4'f 54 I I? I I. 3 I i 2 5 E 2 I g 5 I a I s I , ! MIRAGE AND REALITY By Gznrnuma M. KELLER 1 5 0 ONIC, with positive assurance. can expect to reach a even the age of 50. hut this all may reasonably strivi- K M to attain-to so live that the fullness of the half century may he realized in fewer years. Rise early. that you may have the full day hefore you. and then make the hest of that day hy doing' the things that must he done if your Iife's goal is to he achieved. The years. few or many. are too precious that even a I moment may he neglected. Of this every youth. standing' on the threshold of his career, should ever he conscious. I Be not one who wastes his life hemoaning the past. - complaining of the present and trembling' for the futurcl - Ile one instead who enters into life with the will to play 5 as he works and to work as he plays. for life holds no dearer . prize than the joy of conscientious ettort directed toward a ' worthy end. l.ook not, then. to a life of ease and indolence, but to g one filled to the larim with responsibilities and disappoint- ments. and realize that only through triumph over ohstacles E can one truly Iind lite's satisfactions. f mmmnidx ' 45 9 vtiiii3i+iiiiiiiiiiiiiiK -----I---H T H E FIJU G U E N O T aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai Jin Mvmnriam , fa ' FREDERICK VAUGHN Freadlwlaughn joined the class of '36 in the fall of '35, when Rosendale students-jverelptprannsjerred from Kingston to New Paltz. He was a quiet boy, :ill whofknew him-always ready to help at a moment's notice. Upongarrivingiifr ngornitlgihe acknowledged everyone with a slap on the back and a cheery.,sailutaition. V This personality, popular' maybe here or there, can hardlyzibe forqgofgtevnq His death came unexpectedly and was a shock to his closest frieqdsx-qbyvell as, the schoolthat has missed his wit in the class room. ' g ' 'aii '5' K i ILife's path is sometimes thorny , ' And we oft forget the Howersg Sometimes God sends his angels down To take these loved of ours. But he shall wipe away all tears, In that house ne'er made with hands And in his fragrant garden We shall smile and understand. --Selected. iiiiiiiiiiiix Y I 9 3 6 Y ------' A 10 y inalazlaqkzlzzlnlaalpqf.inlaslaqypdzzkqkqlaia:l::1:q1::1:,x 44' 3i THE HUGUENOTM - u in 2F1h?'f'F1FUP'JP4ffifUP'fif1F1if'fFds?1't-'fkifvxs VHF Zin Memnriam +14 VVALTER VV. VGIGHT VValter W. Voight, Mr. Voight, as he was known to most of us, left school in November, 1934, never to teach again. The student body, as well as the faculty, realized the great loss his death caused to the school life and spirit of New Paltz Central High. He had no enemies, and he was no onels enemy. Always possessing the smile and cheery greeting that drew everyone to his great friendship. As a teacher he possessed profound knowledge of his subject, history, which was proved by the interest shown by his pupils. A great man is never appreciated until after his death. He will never be forgotten by those who knew him, awawwawwgf :K 1 9 3 6 XfP?1F1FfF???2Wlf4F4F 1 1 .,,,- , -K - V ,f,.- I1 . ' I W! . 'W' F vViiQiiiiiiiiiiiiii+iiwK lil? .Tli J41 l..QJJL.Il1!1 T H E H U G E N O T an """ El.g!L'!!11UL,.'i ?El "" .. J.!f' TL., -J X"4f4If'IPflffF?4Ifflf4If?4If?fIf4'?1IvfF4F'If4F1lffF E 3 Ig E E 3 E KINDNESS 5 I ' -- I IE One never knows 5 'QI How far a word of kindness .goesg 5 2 y One never sees . 5 How far a smile of friendship flees. , I Down through the years -I 1 I 'I The deed forgotten reappears. 2 One kindly word I I ' I The souls of many here has stirred. - 5 Man goes his way I 2 2 And 'tells with every passing day Untrli life s end ' : Unce unto me he played the frie d. 2 We cannot say A 2 What lips are praising us today' We cannot tell Whose' prayers ask God. to guard us wellg But kindness lives Beyond the memory of him who gives. - h -Edgar A. Guest. :virwrvr -1'l'li'l!5i2l!l' urs:-1 Jzainsefx--1:21 9 3 -------------------- ---------- - 5,5 , .A ij r Yi , gg? . 'rea 3552 iii." ii ki I , I f ci, ,f 4 'W fzj. ,ni N ., MP-It iii' .gf If A iffy greg: b V uri. iff. ig I P A 1 . gig: r I, if ,I . I J' si-3?- f?1 ' VS, :QI Q ' il? .' ik I ' I I Q, - v 9 , I 'QQ is cc . U 925' U I W I V I '7 '75 4: I 'D 7 I 'I ff. QQ 1 ' itgia ' I Q I I I I Him I fig as, Ii ,N I 1+ in I , if V, .lx 1: I . I If. I If ' I "Ii f I w I I HE A x I u I if ' W , 55 M L' 1 6 L s gf? 4 4 nz 1? I :fix .ii M1-:JastLs.Je' -.i":.a1a1,,2r:'z4.,r...s.ng1:.T.Uina' an Q mms I ' " "5 A Q --limi ii " Q' - WSW ,EQR SW KW W EE? ." 2, ' 'Q i3f1!'iFEgiCME 6 0 T H E H U G U E N O T fFfPfF4ffFfP'fF1f4ffIPfF1MffF1rfF'FfF WW QL! ????E 43' aff- H MM QN-"lib N., x ff! ...6 A 59 5 - ul ll x mmmmmmwmm-------as Eg 4 4Hf+il2442l4slL212 4114424445 A7 THETHUGUENOTI an mfriwsamfavmftdrvm:a1zf4wa'31 VALEDICTORIAN ELIZABETH BOSWORTH "Belly" Motto-"In an ocean of dreams without a sound." Activities-O. M. N. 45 Dramatics 25 Class Will. Destination-N. P. N. Besides being known for her prettiness and dignity, Betty is recognized for her artistic ability. In her Sophomore year she wrote the play which was pre- sented by the Sophs for the Seniors. Maybe we'll see one of her "works" playing on Broadway some day. .1431 SALUTATORIAN LIBRTRUDIE M KELLER "Chula" Motto-"The heart to conceive, the understanding to direct or the hand to executefl Activities President Sophomore Classy O. M. N. 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 45 basketball Z, 3, 43 Student Senate 2, 35 Debating Team 4g Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Huguenot 3g Editor-in-Chief of Huguenot 45 dramatics Z, 35 Ring Committee 45 High School Notes 4. Destination-N. P. N. . "Chub,'l our most popular girl, has done great work on the Debating Team this past year. We all feel that her future is very bright. May she become as great as she may wish to be. 4' A 14 if af mftwmwfwfmaaammaewa ' 'H N-fbsleslaslasb-rbdeskskiiaslfskifakifskiadadavslfef xp w 'r H E H U G u E N 0 T ir.. ....... ....... ...... i -...Ham 5+ 1 . I , 09 HENRY BAGLEY "Hank" Motto-"Never do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Activities-F. F. A. 3 and 43 Intramural 4. Destination-Unknown. "Hankl' is well known for his every-ready smile and sunny disposition. NVe wish him the best of luck in all his undertakings and we know that smile will help him to the top. ROBERT BOSNVORTH "Bessie" Motto-"Quips and cranks and wanton wiles, nods and becks and wreathed smiles." Activities-Dramatics, 3. Destination-Undecided. "Bossie" is a lad who is always laughing and playing pranks on everyone in the school. His antics will be greatly missed by his followers, who always got a kick out of him. He is noted for his ability in taking the part of a "villian" anytime and anywhere. fagnaaafzfll RICHARD CLINTON "Dick" Mbtto-"He who sings frightens away his ills." , .G Y 4 a . iff ' . 0 - 1 . 1 f I - 4' xl I ' I X! I 'L 'll V X, slr 4, ff' 4" 1,1 l ,, fffdt nf ll X71 1 'fl my 4" 1 Activities-Basketball 2, 3, 4g baseball, 2, 3, 4. Destination-N. P. N. "Dick" is a gay young fellow who is noted for his good dancing and basketball playing. He has many friends at N. P. H., who will miss him in the future. ,. , A FRANCIS CONNALLY ' "Bud" i Motto-"The language of truth is unadorned and ' always simple." : Activities-Vice-President Sophomore Class, base- -' I " ball 2, 3, 45 basketball J. V. 3, Varsity 4, Student , E . Senate 2. 3. - -' 4 Destination-N. P. N. ' "Bud," our crackerjack pingpong player, could usually be found in the vicinity of the pingpong table. He was "Champ" of Ulster County, and we all hope that he will make as big a success of life as he has of pmgpong. Q --'- - 1 9 3 6 fi awawwwamfi ' 15 L. af" 3.2 Y J4444i91l41i?4k-i4i9ll4ll42i92i9i4?4iHl?2f .-.......--.. T H E H U G U E N O T 22'4FfF?'fF1F?'f'F?'fF4FfF? ROMANUS DELLAY ' ' "Romeo" l Motto-"I have loved my friends as I do virtue, my soul and God." Activities-Debating 4, basketball 3, 45 Intermural baseball 3, 45 cheerleader 4, dramatics 3. i Destination-Electrical school. ' "Romeo" truly lived up to his name with the girls, but he was popular not only with the girls but with the boys also. With his ambitions and engaging grin, , the road to success should not be hard for Romeo. l I! DONALD DeVVITT "Donnie" Motto-"I am not of that feather to shake off my friend when he must need me.'y Activities-F. F. A. 4. Destination-Not formulated. " Donnie" was never heard from much in the line of school activities, but he could often be heard in the corridors and class rooms, and quite distinctly, too. We feel "Donnie" can be a success just about any- where, and we add our best wishes to others that he will make us proud of him. FLORENCE DeVVITT "Fla" Motto-"Content thyself to be obscurely good." Destination-N. P. N. "Flo," our curly headed miss, was never heard from very much, but although quiet, 'she willingly co- operated whenever called upon. We are sure "Flo" will make good at N. P. N. MARGARET DUNHAM Mpeg.. Motto- 'Play up plav up, and play the game." Activities-Student Senate Z5 basketball 2, 3, 45 captain 4' President of Soph. Class Z. estination-Nursing school. 'Peg our basketball captain, certainly led the way to victory manv times this past year. She is a happy go-lucky girl and was always willing to help when she could. M1y her road to success be short! lifskrlaififliaiislfef 14, 15"l"'F'I' l 6 4+sbs!4S4i4i4s!esl244sl4sl4isl4sl42l4sl4is!4s!1sI2sl4sk2f f ------- V THE HUGUENOT 6' J51F4P4lP4F4s1lP4F4f4lffF'fls1s1F?fls4F1F4FfF4lffP4F5: - HUBERT DU Bois I J xeqgq E AJ. "Toolie" ' Motto-"Fortune comes well to all that comes not ' late." ' i taxi Activities-Student Senate 2, 35 basketball manager Z, 3, 45 baseball manager 2, 3, 45 dramatics Z, 33 ' debating team 43 assisting advertising manager of 5 Huguenot 3g advertising manager of Hugnenot 43 in- , I termural baseballg intermural basketball. " Destination-N. P. N. "Tootic's" greatest effort was to arrive at school on time, but his pleasant personality made up for his tardiness. As manager of the basketball team he did a great piece of work. VVe think he has much to look forward to in the future. CHESTER ELLIOT "Chet" Motto-"Silence is golden." Activities-F. F. A. 3 and 4. Destination-Unknown. "Chet's" motto suits him to a tee, as he was the most unheard of member of the Senior Class. XVhat ' his future holds for him lies in the hands of fate. 1 1 f ' ' ALFRED ENLUND , I UOHTGHU 5 . Motto-"A voung man with a very good past." HI Activities-Baseball 45 intermural baseball 3, 4: Q I intermural basketball 3, 4. A Destination-N. P. N. ll "Onion" is one of the best natured boys in the V school, and his ever-ready smile and remarks have delighted the hearts of his school mates. He never fully entered into the school activities, but was always willing to cooperate. 9 CHARLES FITCH npilcbicu ML Motto-"VVith vollies of eternal babble." Activities-Vice-President and Treasurer of Soph. Class: President of Junior Class baseball Z. 3, 43 JL track 3, 4: basketball J. V. 33 varsity 4: Student Senate 3: Treasurer of Student Senate 3g Treasurer Senior Class: dramatics. U! Destination-Electrical college. ' VVhenever a loud scuffle or shouting issued from ' any place in the building, "Fitchie" was usually found aiding the noise along. He is a great talker, but sometimes what he said really made sense. We are l . certain that failure will never claim 'Fitchief' ' v C 7 1 9 3 5 .. ......................... ........ . . ................................. . .......... ............ .... 4 Q 5 x I WWF? 17 S-' Slabs" 1l1:l1sl1:kslLsk 2l4 ilislealf- llillislfslalkrlwlashslfif J . X g"f""F7lI?"Te..I.7' A T H E H U G U E N OT if' -17'-C ' Ewwifawrafifarasefifftmfnrwrwfvta:ii 5 in ii RALPH GARCIA Motto- A gentleman is often seen but very seldom ht ard to laugh. Activities--F. F. A. 3' Vice-President of F. F. A. 45 tract 3 4. Destination-Cornell University. Although Ralphie was rather quiet, he was always willing to lend a hand when he was needed. His many friends at N. P. H. wish him success in all his future undertakings. PATRICIA FLEMING "Pal" Motto-"Zealous, yet modistf' Activities-Librarian 4g dramatics 3. Destination-N. P. N. "Pat," our good little tap dancer, helped to make the Junior Cabaret a success when she gave her full-hearted support to it. She always worried about her work, but usually came out with flying colors. Mav success be hers. MARIAN GELIS Motto-"Thy fair hair my heart enchainsf' Activities-Secretary of Sophomore and Junior Classesg O. M. N. 3, 45 manager of basketball 2, 3, 43 Vice-President of Senior Class Debating Team 45 r-ff , I t , i C 'I z I i 1 f as f AY f 17 Jr "Rowe I ' , Class Historian. Destination-N. P. N. Marian was always the soul of neatnes, and never was a curl nor a wave out of place. She certainly did a good job of managing the basketball teams and as Class Historian. RoBERT HALEY Q Bob X Motto- The man that blushes is not quite a brute." X Destination-N. P. N. "Bob" joined N. P. H. in his Senior year. Although quiet, he is a likable lad and has made many friends since he moved here. He always stood high in his classes: may he do the same at N. P. N. 1 9 3 6 Mwwmfaws 18 X IfsleslfieslaslerlaslasleelaskllfslaiiiaslfslaiialislaslfsllK T H E H U G U E N O T il' 'flf1Fflf???4WP?F1iffl?fFg LE ROY IUCKETT ..R0y.. Motto-"The blush is beautiful, but it is sometimes inconvenient." Activities-Basketball I. V. 3, 43 baseball 2, 3, 4. Destination-N. P. N. "Roy" was always a quiet lad and never had much to say to anyone. His ever-ready blush made him a target for much teasing, but "Roy" proved that he could take it. SAMUEL KEVAN . "Sam" Motto-"In friendshipl early was taught to believe." Activities-President Senior Classg basketball I. V. Z: varsity 3, 45 Sports Editor of Nozall 33 Student Senate 43 track 35 Athletic Association 4. ' Destination-U. S. Military Academy. "Sam," our best looking boy, always had a cheery greeting for everyone who passed his way. His friend- liness has endeared him to his school mates and he will be greatly missed by them. ELEANORE LaMERE Motto-"The most completely lost of all days is that on which one has not laughed." Activities-Basketball Z, 35 basketball manager 2. 33 dramatics- 2, 35 Assistant Literary Editor of Huguenot 35 Literary Editor of Huguenotg Student Senate 25 Nepahi Sports Editor 4. Destination-N. P. N. Petite "Jerry," our biggest flirt, was active in dramatics and capable of handling the literary duties of the Huguenot. We are assured of her sucess in the future. ARNOLD LANGWICK "Lampy" Motto-"For discords make the sweetest airs." Activities-Track 33 dramatics 25 Orchestra Z, 3. Destination-Aeronautical school. "Lampy's" favorite pastime was making airplanes and shooting them across the room, much to the en- joyment of his class mates and frowns of his teachers. But we'1I all miss "Lampy's'l pranks and we hope that some day he'll be a successful violinist. liqisliiai-ski? , . 1 9 3 6 X'4PfF4F4FfFfFf 1 9 +5 1' H E H U G u E N o'r ' ' RALPH LANGVVICK "RaIphie" Motto-"Call a spade a spade," Activities-President Junior Classg Student Council 33 dramaties 3. Destination-N. P. N. C "Ralphie" is a quiet, serious lad, who always had a good word for everyone. He was voted the best dressed boy, and we all agree that he always looked his best. To us, his class mates, his future looks very bright. I 1 ff? I' DAY ID LUTIN . 'Dave" Motto- I am bound to furnish my antagonist with ' arguments but not with comprehensionl' 2 I' Activities-Basketball 3, baseball 2, 3, 4, track 3, 4, I intermural baseball 4' intermural basketball 3, 4. Destination-Physical Ed. College. Dave' never was happy unless he was arguing about something. It made no difference what the subject was or who his opponent might be. The classes should be dull after Dave" leaves, as he certainly kept them lively. MURIEL MCCAUL Motto-"An ounce of wit is worth a pound of sorrow." Activities-ViewPresident junior Class, Student Senate 23 dramaties Z, 35 Assistant Business Manager of 'Huguenot 33 Business Manager of Huguenot 43 Editor-in-Chief of "Nepahi"-lg announcement com- mittee 4g debating 4. Destination-N. P. N. Muriel, our little blonde, keeps her school mates amused with her witty sayings. From the way she handled the business encl of the 'tHuguenot," we feel that success for her is inevitable. DONALD MINARD "Don" Motto-'It is well for one to know more than he says." Activities-Sophomore Manager 2g F. F. A. 3, 4, Treasurer of F. F. A. 4. Destination-Coyne Electric School. "Don" was a studious young fellow, who always had a cheery greeting and nice remark for everyone he met. This made him many friends in and outside of school. Incidentally "Don" could certainly play a guitar! 'l+slP2!9i4s'Ss114Psl4114elGi-slaf 1 1 9 3 6 ...... , ' 4- 20 slP+slP4P+4'- .,,.. f..--I wi K THE HucauENo1' it '-.--..--- Y N FRANCES MINARD W "Fran" Motto-"Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit." Activities-Librarian 4j Assistant Art Editor of Huguenot 35 Art Editor of Huguenot 4. "Fran" never had much to say to anyone and thus was voted the "quietest." She certainly helped in her capacity of Art Editor of the Huguenot. May she ever be successful. ' Destination-Business school. EDITH PALTRIDGE 5 "Dee" Motto-"Concealed talent brings no reputation." Activities-Dramatics 4. 1 ' "Dee" is the talented young actress of the Senior i Class. She is a cheerful young person and has many friends at N. P. H. We hope "Dee" will be a star on the stage some day. -a J HOWARD ROSS "Howie" 1 Motto-"How often the highest talent lurks in ' ' Activities-F. F. A. 2, 3, 45 debating 4. . 7 Destination-Delhi. l ' "Howie," one of our best debaters, could always be 1 relied upon to help the debating team along to victory. He was a good humored lacl and his friends at N. P. H. ' believe he will make good in the future. 1 fi SHIRLEY sNYDER Shxrl f 4 l Motto Jack shall pipe and jill shall dance. l Activities Basketball 4 ' l i 4 Destination Not formulated. ,. i Maybe you ve all seen Ruby Keeler tap dance, but did you ever see Shlrl do the "Pea-body"? If not, 1 you've missed a. treat for she is a. great little dancer. We're going to miss her presence on the dance floor when she bids us adieu. 21 4 a 1 Destination-Moran's Business School. l l l obscurity." 3 1' ' 4 Mrladfslirk2l11l11!11I1ski4s!41l1sILii4sI4:I1i4a!4sI1sI1sIfi4 7' THE HUGUENOT Q If Q st jC'Z1?1I?1i?q?5lQ7F1l?fi?1l?1i291?1l?7lI dfrzlcqrvlrclrvlrcjcclrvkgt KAI. lin 'ark' t" J u I 'I kb D J' EMERY STOKIIS ..Em.. Motto-"He who has lived obscurely and quietly has lived well." Activities-F. F. A. 4. Destination-Not formu "Still water runs deep," explains "Em," VVe never feel that his quietness will a liability in days to come. ROBERT SULLIVAN "Swede" Motto-"Hearts of oak are our shipsg gallant tars are our men." Activities-Basketball 2, 3, 45 baseball 2, 3, 45 Student Senate 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Treasurer of Sopho- more Class. Destination-N. P. N. "Swede" is considered one of the best uatured fellows in the school. Although he never cared much for his studies, he made up for his failures with his per- sonality. N. P. H. loses one of her favorite sons when "Swede" leaves. lated. EVELYN STERBENZ "Slerbie" Motto-"I'm saddest when I sing." Activities-Basketball 2, 3, 45 O. M. N. Z, 3, 43 Pres. 45 Student Senate 3. 45 Pres. 45 dramatics 2, 35 Librarian 4. Destination-N. P. N. "Sterbie" always went into raptures whenever she heard "Stardust" Perhaps that accounts for the reason that she sang it so well in the Junior Cabaret. Who knows, we may have another "Lily Ponsy' in our midst. Anywav, we wish her loads of luck. and that phrase just about knew him very well, but we always be an asset and not FRANCIS "Sully" Motto-"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." Activities-Dramatics 45 baseball 2, 3, 4. Destination-N. P. N. "Sully" was another one of the Uteachers' trials." But no one could help laughing at his quips and pranks, even one. might have wished to reform him, "Sully" was a "friend indeed" when any emergency arose. May he always remain so. 14 if A' VK 5 1 I yy!! I ' ' nfl' , W- fx' 'I ,i V. 4 5 v , 1 Qseeesewaewwex ' l.F -, 1 9 3 6 EZ ,G 2, ?4iYVF4lPflffF2ffF-'i 'JC' i i ' - M 22 . , I' cfLak,Lf44, JOSEPH ll Motto-"Anything worth d Activities-Debating 45 F. Destination-C. C. N. Y. Although seldom heard fr one of those who would coo needed. His pingpong playin envied. Lots of luck, "Joe VEGA ,loc oing is worth doing well." F. A. 35 track, 3, 4. om, "Joe" was another perate with a will when g was something t be iaslaslfakifslaifblislasldzef H E H U G U E N O T 'F1lf1F1F7'FflWF2'4WF4F"i MILDRED THORPE ..Th0VPiC" Motto-"A dry jest, sir, . . . I have them at my finger's end." Activities-O. M. N. 45 Vice-President Junior Class: dramatics 3. Destination-St. Luke's Hospital. Poor "Thorpie"! She never could get a joke through her head until after five minutes of deep thought. Outside of that, we think she's a great girl, and wish her much success in the future. .T . if I1 . Kia, 7 NbLD,WEIR V ' 4 ' " ki Lidjbf. F ,bon Motto-"Dofnot care how many, but whom you please." Activities-Basketball 4g Student Senate 45 Athletic Association 4. Destination--Not formulated. "Don" entered N. P. H. in his Senior year and soon became very popular. He was one of our varsity stars. and gained much attention through his playing. We hope Don makes out as well in the future as he has while he has been with us. 3 T151 t 23 r 54- v vtwawwwtwai 3? 1 9 3 6 KWH? Q wwe, - 4. , 4 J"F-'W 'mf 1 W . . W "f If--"ffrw-'f '1f -"H-2w."f:,wf:f'1r,. , ,. 'mms' , . wwwwwww-vwwwwwef . w--6. 9 J f . 1 -- THE HUGUENOT , ------ ' ,gl-H -31. 'V A X"??fI'fF4F4P4fffF4PfPfP+r4F4'fF2WI'4F1ffFfF? x .ai A I , -1 Aw,--, 1 V- I 1 games on hind Y ind styles I sig '56 very lbw ' Thbyfte feilly qinte absurd, I-Ie llgsell hx.: bnggest and hrs best For a pleasanfiook and word ff, s , ' I-.12 , , " .Q :ah ,. ,- Yr, f 1 ' ,1,:' A, a. . V 1 V ., , ijt' 3 Q" ,f 7' 1 -' sf . V if 2' QW, p. . . .V,, , la, iwv, K' If . - , . -J, I x, ' ,.,,,f: ,Q , .,,. ' -I 1 K , 1 ui J, ' 1L'k, Q A Q, , ' ,V ':,4,. '11-' ,, 41:2 -,A v-ff?-P' - .1 ., fx ,v "'. , 'Q ye u - ' '-. A fri W4 155, 1 in ' ' + 1' :".3f .T - VJ,-eg. A ' ,? .F :Q . ,i - 1 '-QA: - - , ,sa , . 'gh - 'wmv .. - 411 .ww ., - 2-1-ew' .r .-25.1 1 ,QQ -, vw- -uri! 'I' V '11, n wa ,Q , , , , .Lg . X . .lf 4 v A ki .. ' , v ze is is i 51 fihx ,. W 'X l' 1 ' 1 L .. 341 Q " ae v. fy' in I .W ff ,V 1'1- 1 Q N 5 f ff 55 1' L ?? Y ,, Y , ' :ix r , , 3, iw '7' v x 2' 'A Q api 1 -3 251 B? 'J 5 A i ' I x M 4' ur ,Y w ' 1 1 f My ' T1 4 P c' 'Q' a f . L "H 1 .F .,:"'-.-3 f f. n , : , 5 ,.,ffQ-Nia. 2 .H , , 7, 'fp gfiw fx? LL.. if . . . I M rl Y ,ff 'x, x , -9 1 A "- " 1' 'S 4 X F ,f s 'Q QL 'N F ' 'ki 1+ l Y 1 . K , imgr 'L wa ' 45 A xm,? 'vi 'ilfx ig' r v . nt , , I 54-we lux, , , R U D f'f:FY? , ..x Y ' - Q sf al A 1 Q RQ N 1 : ' H I Q , , ' , V, wg, .2 . Wfgg, 'Q' -1 . f, Q 'f ' fm 5 x X " , . . . If r 1 M, rv 1 . - ,, 4 wa , E A Q 1 Y if , gg at ,R Q., x- , L 1 Y L r in e I f I4 vt 5 " al ' 3 r' Q ,ff 1 , 1? r. 'Q 1' 4 5 fu Q' -I 2 f 1,1 3 3, l,Q 2 ! !U 9 X 3 .al " 1 v,. I HV F1 , ...4 ,, , .,-. a. -. ,' v.. -' H' " - -u::Lu'L3,i? ,f 6? w , ,K 1, ,A ,au ,Q : -' 41,15 v 1 ,. - 1. ,- .-1-. . 'wifi to , f 'Q W N in i .W 5 -' L- I: , ' f' 41 If.,,,ffg Q V A in 'Y 3 x 1 4 1 a- f ' . "J , Q.: 3 , , I -Q ,1 ' 1- j',,1' ,'1 1, 'ff ,W J W :,1:'f'5 M W 1' ma .m.1,.L.if, z kdm . A Aw ' " f " " -If ' 'f ' 2 WZ gnijj, 1 W- WJW ,1 M' jf!! ' tl I 'fd 'S' NU ' at I -1 Q ill lx XX 9 fi W is '. mmm UENOT JUNIOR CLASS CDF1935-1936 Miss Caifrey and Mrs. McKenna , ......,, Faculty Advisors Roger Iuckett ...., ,,,r , ,, , ,,.,.. ...,, , .....,..,.President Joe Compton .,.r , ..... ,, ,........,rr.. Vice-President Benjamin Matteson . .,.. ....... r....., . .... S e cretary-Treasurer The above officers were elected at the beginning of the year with the following members, who were to take part in the Student Senate: George Bogert, Robert Sullivan, Ellsworth Buchanan and Roger juckett. A Junior Prom was held December 14, 1935. Ray Randal's Orchestra was engaged to furnish the music for the occasion. For the intentions of . the junior Class the prom was a success. H The Juniors were represented in the Inter-Class Tournaments of 1935 and 1936. Their standing in baseball was .500, and in basket-ball .000. g 5sfQ?QkslfiQl2i2S4skiisk2f fl? 1 9 3 5 4+ M Zmwwmwmwwx 25 ' 1 Q .9ff'v ff' LW yfjff ,ffl ff.. f44jll JJ'Q W W 6 W lm N V' ' M if 1 gf ff' dfglyfwyxi VV . 1' ,P 0' vii 'L ".. If V9 Q N, fuau ' - ,"'K wx, ,T H 5 , . . M W 'pw 5 Q5 mimi IOXS XFN VX, W V ff' df V, 3 ,W-mx N".1f'x y-tnmlk Imff'3"1'q' A '- ' 11. ., -V Xl up-N 13-n 1-kowfxfwkrp fbxx- -l"'b-45 Qvmegiqw fxrnvgl . I 1su.nQ"Yv'v- 'W Tfz ,, 'v terrifying subjects and regents in oun minds. 4 - 1 4 - -ww,-g..,'v:'W'Q1,-,, '51 .wrt '2 1 "' of Y ".i,,i.' 3'-L9 'f.'.' 'i '?'QfQQv'r'I.:i."'A5i1-1 'f' v- an rv r-' 1 vlaifsbiifslaiaikskifiadwlarlailifdaiiaiaslfifef T H E H U G U E N OT if xwaawmawwwmwwwii SGP!-IOMCDRE CLASS be An unusually brilliant and talented group is the Class of '38 -so we think. Perhaps this can be attributed to our great increase of number being the largest class in the history of New Paltz Central High School so far. Having passed through the Training School With Hying colors we entered the Senior High School with visions of new In our sports career we conquered the haughty Seniors, the lithesome Juniors and the cocky Freshmen, to become the champs of theylnter-Class Basketball League, although we did not fare so well in baseball. Our officers elected this year are: y George Wicks ............r....,...........,,..,.............,..........., .... P resident john Moran ....................... ........,.. V ice-President George Manolakes .......... .,................... S ecretary . George Oates .,................ .......... T reasurer Mft 1 27 Hunan tag: 15355 Wa, -yn: -mf! Emu?T1rggf-11-1-1g.wH??t!tq:w'rf.fmfg: t Q- gf, -4 wx xr I ku V x Sf kwiwiii Seideiwllwbiiiiiiwiif -- THE Huc-uENoT Y J2'fP'4ffFfF1P?4F1F1f1FfM?4F4f4F4f?'4f?fF4WFJ'32 APROPOS If you've started for a Goal, Keep at .it4! U n . With your heart and mind and soul, Keep at it! Make niistaltes, as people must, But get up and shake the dust' , From your garments, and then just Keep at it! K 1 A '.r+ M , ,. , A .X .fi -1 re Z. 1. 'ff ,ie L L Q., L -M V When you've learned where you are weak ' ' Keep at bit! You can win they joy you seek, ' . Keep at it! Study, practice, think and plan, . Make yourself a better man. If another can, you can. Keep at uit! P I V P P ' N N W W K. L ,Jug --'-- 1936 V , A 28 if , Sw 'iffy I ,.,,. 35, VQQC V fri- ,X A3 :j'L,gi,, .L ,255 ni xi? y igr "g f QL .be-YSL , ,ASQ- - 3, 01, ' '1e?L 2 ' -- :Ti 'E H ,Fi fe? irq ,N "f 23,51 -3 fs ' 5 H2423 . -95 ' W.. :QR i f W4 " 114 L mf?" . Z, ig .M .1 .4,, 4, ,Q V1 .. 1 , is it 'i' '33 was :hi 'im .3 -3 "ff,- ,sq l-Si ff jj, -gif? :?'?' ESQ? ', 33, L Le x X ai 1. 1 .L A M Ji 5 in fe-1 LAM ,th J. m:i-i?2i. thi.:e:lsis-Li i.k.i'E2.'ai-.Ezlm,.m.Ni,. , " ' ' f. if THE HuGuENo'r W N' rbiiiiviiiiiiiiikiviiiiiif 2i'1P1FfPfP1F?fMf1F4F'fF??4U1iffIffF'fF4P1Ef1'FfFQ WN BNIOQ 1936 29 55, tl: slzzlazlz zlaslzcfzizqk rlaslziady slaslzinclp iazlzqkrlzclz '1' THE HUGUENOT,' unmrm mm - 4 L, .- ,-fgt",'Q .. xg' . yn X ' NEW PALTZ CENTRAL FUTURE FARMERS l "WE GROW AS WE SERVE" l Mr. Heinsohn ,A....... ......... F aculty Advisor Francis Wright ,...,,. .....r............. President Ralph Garcia ........,. ........., V ice-President john Stark ................. .........,,..,,,... S ecretary Donald Minard ,...,....,..... ,,,....,..,... T reasurer Theodore Gierisch ..,,,..,.. .,,., .... ......,....,...,,..,.,........ R e porter In September, 1934, the boys enrolled in the Vocational Agriculture Classes organized the New Paltz Central Future Farmers. This local chapter is a part of the nation-wide organization, the "Future Farmers of America." Ever since its organization the chapter has had a definite program of activities, which include Judging and Athletic Contests with other F. F. A. chaptersg Father and Son Banquets, Socials and Dances, and trips to various places of interest. 1 9 3 6 Nia 3 o . were held to discuss the topic, "Resolved, The Government should own and operate all I! O- -z',LQ,,,Q at 'J , 'A :UV-' 'v 5"-flx' l -I I Inu, 3 pi 1 ,140 7-'W .PV fV4l?4l4i44lQl.4il14l4QlGbPf2l44lN42l?ll1i4sVi41l1ll44l1sl15?f 1 THE HUGUENOT L- DEBATINC3 TEAMS Coach-Miss Rosalie Conard Chairman-Muriel McCaul Affirmative-Francis Vllright. Howard Ross, Gertrude M. Keller Negative-Marian Gelis, Ruth Pine, Hubert Du Bois, john Mclilhenney, Romanus Dellay On December 7 1935 the New Paltz High School Debating Team acted as hosts to a Debating Tournament held in the High School. The guests at this affair were Liberty Arlington Middletown Poughkeepsie and Highland. In the morning non-decision debates public utilities. The afternoon session included decision debates, with Liberty winning these debates and the tournament. In February the teams began to discuss the new question, "Should socialized medicine be established? In the latter part of this month the teams had practice debates against Poughkeepsie teams our affirmative team being victorious, while our negative team lost. In March was begun a series of league debates with the following results: Negative Debates-March 19 Monticello Clostj. March 27, Highland tlostj. Aftirmative Debates-March 31, Liberty Cwonj. April 3, Arlington Cwonl. This year debating entered into the School Curriculum in a more active degree, and .he results secured were very satisfactory. rlfdflbskslpifflesbslaiidi g ----- 1936 W 4F4lsfF4f?'fFvF4PfPfFflf? 3 1 tall' fl'lmIl IDHmDHUU O. M. N. SORORITY Evelyn Sterbenz ...,, .,........ ,...,.A... P r esident Georgette Kehlberger .. ...,.....,,,..,,, .. .,...,, -Secretary Helena Minard ........,,,,,..,,..... ..e.., . .Assistant Secretary Gertrude M. Keller .. ...,..,...,... ....,,,.... . .. ,,.,,,...,,,. ....... ,,..,,,l... ,,...... T r e asurer This year, 1936, marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the O. M. N. Sorority of the New Paltz High School. It is hoped that the members, since its beginning in 1911, may hold a reunion to celebrate this occasion. The proceedings of initiation of the twelve girls started the year. For 7111 entire week they were seen obeying their superiors' commands. At the close of this week formal initiation was held and the pledgees became members, making a total of twenty in the membership. Miss Wicks acted as advisor for the organization. During the year monthly meetings were held, which were followed by a social hour. Permission was granted, so that the unused Domestic Science room of our school could be furnished by the Sorority as a meeting room. A picture was presented to the school as a gift from the O. M. N. ?efksZs142lf-iQl1sl41'f4fski4QkiX 'P 1 9 3 6 ig In llulu mill IIIZDII 2?4PfF1F4F4iYFfr'4f'fF4-mflwi 32 wavwawvfwwwwwvwx THE HUGUENOT mfwwswmmmwwwwwii -'f""79"N Y' !Q 31,15 Wiiiiiiiiiix YP 1 LE , --------.--. if 1936 i ---.- Zbwfrfrnwmfrfw 33 TLA kl,xl'xVAkl,XV-xl'kI,xlrxY, kl!kY'kV'xIAkl,xl,xY'kY'J'x!Li!L:lL:l1g,4 T H E H U G U E N O T 4 741tlllfllllnllfllllllllbi 1 I E I I X ' by ,y ' L lx r Al , ,J ' 1 1" 5 E A 1 5 1 5 5 r 2 2 5 . 5 Q 5 1 BUYS' VARSITY E s ' 5 l 'il' E lluluert lJu llois, lxlllllilgtfl' Robert Sullivan, Captain George Bogert Richard Clinton Ronlanus Dellay 2 Donald VVeir Roger Juckett Samuel Kevan ,loe Compton Charles Fitch Francis Connally 2 l l , E ' VARSVPY SCl'llfDULlf, 1935-1936 1 AT Hour: , l New Paltz 34-Cornwall-on-Hudson., 16 New Paltz ZZ-Normal Reserves . ,,.. 18 3 "' 33-Marlboro tLeagucD,.,, 17 ZZ-Highland llmaguej ...,., 24 i W' 1 35fPine Bush .,.,..... . .....,..,., 13 Z6-Kerhonkson ., 9 I 1 43-Ellenville r,,r. .... , ..,,.r,..r.r....., 5 2 20-VValclen .,., A , ...,, 24 ' Q Z7-Alumni . ..... ..,. .,.... .... . , 1 6 50-Ravcna . ,... 25 S 1 l 44-VYallkill llraguel ....,. 18 Z1-N, P. All Stars .,., 30 l ABROAD I New Paltz Z4-lillenville ,.,..... 18 New Paltz Z9-Cornwall-on-Hudson., 18 E 28-VValden .,,.,.,. . 17 .29-W'allkill Qlueaguej 17 Z1-Highland fl.eaguej ,..... 32 31-Kerhonkson .,.,.,....,..., Z1 I 41-Marlboro fLeaguej ,,.,.. 13 5 IF VVon, 155 Lost, 4 5 1 9 3 6 h-"4F'frN7F?-s4F'f'F'fF4P'4f2"flP'4f"I4 34 EEK. XE V X ENOT Jgafgq a , K 'Lx ' GIRLS' VARSITWH " 'I XWQJQK6- " T by 4" ' 4 2' QQLQCLLCQ Marian Gelis. Manager - Margaret Dunham, Captain Evelyn Sterbenz Gertrude M. Keller Thelma Wiimiield Doris Nickerson Ruth Pine Margaret Lippert Kay Savago Sue Tompkins Margaret Wicks Helen McElhenney Eva Maskin Esther Clearwater Margaret Kevan GIRLS' SCHEDULE, 1935-1936 ' AT HOME New Paltzll-Marlboro CLeaguej ...... 3 New Paltz29-Highland CLeagueJ ...... 18 5-Ellenville ............,...,.......,........ 16 26-Kerhonkson ....,........,............ 8 29-Alumni ...........,...,....................... 14 30-VValden . ,.,.,,.,.....,.. ..,.......,.. 2 9 15-Wallkill CLeagueJ ...... 4 26-Ravena ,..,.......... .......,..... 2 6 ABROAD New Paltz 14-Ellenville .................,.......,.....,. 18 New Paltz 19-Cornwall .......................,,........ 35 18--Walden .......,,.......................,...,.. ZZ ZZ-Wallkill CLcagucJ ,.,...., 5 18-Highland CLeaguej ....,. 12 16-Kerhonksou .,.,. .,..,..,...,.....,,,. 1 6 49-Marlboro CLeagueJ ....., S Won, llg Lost, 4 Mwiiiikkiiebsbx 1 9 3 6 if awmwmvwwmwii 3 5 'ra fVL44. .4 if-fil' fZ7E'4'9 1 4 1 K5 win xvyrvlvvvvvv THE HUGUEN JUNICDR VARSITY Hulmeit Du Huis Nlauaher Benjamin Matteson Lautam lv, ll George VVmHeld Brian Glancy George Oatea John Stark john Connell Iillswortll Buchanan Francis XX right I eater Dunham Paul Fitch lUX101x ARSITY SCHEDULE, 1935-1936 AT HOME New Paltz 11 Cornwall O1 Hudson 18 New Paltz ZZ-Wallkill ., ,. .,,...., 17 ABROAD 6 New .. ..,....,. 5 VVO11, 81 Lost, 4 5a f'fQYf1l41l2id9444"fQl2Ql4dfS'f:4 'ff 1 9 3 6 Ziawfmmwmnwwle 36 Tri Kappa Tri Kappa Wlallkill Paltz 22- 15-VVallkill Highland zw!---- v 5.3 -fzafxlzqfzqfzzfzsfzgfgigqlzqf:gf.QLQILgfaqfzgfzzfagfzqfpisiggf 'if THE HUGUENOT il f ylzpqrqripcpipzirzirqrqx .1::g:L:11. :g::1::1:1Ir:j?:i:q:5lE A FEATU J S-2i4k-ilifiiifdni-41524426 31936 :i'??P1F4FfFfF1FfF'?'fMff'F 3 7 X Q -5 Sf 333333333 3333333333333iK THE HuGuENo1' I ki'fle?4fele1F1'fte1l3F4e4le4Fft?fle+1F?4e1F1F? Dellay-You certainly waste a lot of ' Kevan-Why don't you wake up, gmc wpriting notes. Must be love, Eh, Sam, gmt so someghing for our class, omie. instea o eing a gure-head. Don DeWitt-How come you can Robert SUlliV9-U'-Slllly, you Sholild support two cars when some of us can't halfe lived UP to the Sallofg motto- , A even have one? sweetheart 11:1 every port, by having Enlund-Where did you get that Ong m every ome mon? - n - U . etty Bosworth-You re not the only ggfgxgme of Omen ? You re not fhaf Senior this year even if you think so. ' , , Elliot-just because you're a city boy Pat Fleming-At what tender age dld from Plutarch you don't have to plow you start school? Is it fun being the the rest of the class under. baby of the Class? Snyder-Why didn't you stick to the Ralph and Arnold-How come you girls' basket-ball team, Shirley, seeing Langwicks have a monopoly on the that you were a "pro"? Dayton House? Vega-Grumbling about your marks Juekett,,D0 you use "Tangee,, to all the time won't get you far. keep those rosy cheeks? If you do, DuBois-Seeing that the Huguenots give the girls your secret. are decrveasing rapidly, why 'did the Keller-What Bogie get those Class of have to. be StuCk with one? tires for? Maybe it's the load he carries. St0ke5TEmeryf lf You ever Callsed , , U7 any excitement the Class certainly .McCaul-Since when did you get so LU would be surprised. iiteraryn that ypu have gone m for Garcia-Why don't you do something Byron m 3 blg way? 'J the kids could talk about? You're too Frances Minard-Does going around 1 good to be a Senior. with. Bill Parker entitle you to free E Ha1ey..Y0u,-"1-epnof Most Dignifled movies 110W and then? HOW about does suit you to a tee. Why don't you some Compllmentary tlckets? 3 mingle with the rest of the Seniors Lutin-Dave, who gave little you the once in a while? fight to be the biggest PeSt in the CIHSS? oc Don Minard-No one can understand Florence DeWitt-"Silence is golden." 0 why you go to the Training School Boy, are you rolling in the dough? every day, especially when you have Connally-Bud, when are you going Your Car hero- to sell your information about the U7 Frankie Sullivan-How come you rate Brooklyn Dodgers? en being a lady's man" with Miss Wicks? Clinton-Dick, don't get fallen arches Sterbenz-Why don't you shelve that from upholding your title of best dancer. 4 "stream-lined" Plutarch strut? Fitch-What's the matter with 3rd -1 Cunningham-Relax, Ray, you're base, Fitchie? Are you afraid the pco- above reproach. Dle WONT heal' YOU? U Caffrey-Why do you show favorit- Bagley-Hank, wrap that Ford in ism in the study hall? Cella-Dlla-Ile before Yoo fl-lin if- ' Wicks-Wixie, is sarcasm pays, you Thorpe-"Ignorance is bliss," but why must be very rich. be S0 blissful? Wood--It's a good thing Coaches Ross--Howie, when you run for the don't have to live by the sweat of their Acrobatic ticket for street cleaner, brows. we'1l all be in back of You-l9l1Sl'1iI1iL Mrs. McKenna-We demand a full Dunham--"Who are you, Peg, to "45-minutes' detention hall" for the 'lsass" back the teachers. It only gets "Class,of '37." You 011 Udefention-H Livingston-There should be a re- Weir--Some athletes certainly lead duction in your pay for the amount of a strenuous night life, eh, Don? chalk you waste. Paltridge-Eddie, why are you so Levinson-Frannie, why didn't you modest about your poetry? Is it that grophtheaformality and call the pupils bad? y t eir rst names. LaMere-Just because you were voted Heinsohn-They say farmers have class flirt, you don't have to try to live hay seeds in their hair, but we can't up to it. 'find your--hay seeds. Gelis-someone ought to let you in Conard-Rosalie, why don't you take on "the facts of life,"g you're awfully as much interest in your English class innocent when a joke is told. , as you do the horses? 333333-33333324 Y 1 9 3 6 -----f----- s ae Qi gwawwaemameawma A ' 1 ii3iiii+i iiiiiiiX THE HUGUENOT 3 CLASS BALLOT Best Looking Boy.. Best Looking Girl .. Best Boy Dancer ...... Best Girl Dancer ...,..,. Best Dressed B05 ..... Best Dressed Girl ...., Most Popular Boy... Most Popular Girl .... Most Quiet Boy .......... Most Qu1etiGirl .........,. Most Dignified Boy Most Dignified Girl N oisiest .............................. Most Athletic Boy .... Most Athletic Girl.. Class Grind ............,........ Most Executive .......... Biggest Bluff ............... Most Romantic ............ Biggest Flirt ......,....,,..,... Most Easily Fussed Best Sport ,..................... Most Unsoclable ........... Biggest 'I ease ...,......,. Most Talkative ............... ........... Most Artistic .................. Least Drgniiied ..........,. Most m Demand CBoyj ....... , ...... ........... Most in Demand CG1r1J ................ ..... - ..., Most Literary ................. ................. .......,... Slowest ................................. Samuel Kevan Elizabeth Bosworth Richard Chnton Evelyn Sterbenz Ralph Langwick Marian Gells Donald Wezr Gertrude M Keller Emery Stokes Florence De Witt Robert Haley Elizabeth Bosworth Charles F itch Robert Sulllvan Joseph Vega Muriel McCaul David Lutm Romanus Dellay Eleanor La Mere Patricla Fleming Le Roy Iuckett Mildred Thorpe Frances Mmard Hubert Du Bois Charles Fitch Frances Mmard Edlth Paltridge Donald Weir Gertrude M Keller Patricia Fleming ...............................,.......Margaret Dunham I 1 6 --------------r--.-,--------.-.---.-.. --....-. E ..................................... A I .------. 9 3 5 39 si Peppiest .,.,......AA.....,....... Class Politician ..4....... Most Original ..,.4...... Most Sincere .,,.........,...V. Happy-Go-Lucky .......,... Most Dramatic .......,l.. Most Optimistic .,........ Most Pessimistic, .,....... ,, Most Industrious ,. .,....,.. . Most Eccentric ,........ Most Prudent ........... vifiaifiiaiifiadaloiwski-4PsleSfiiskSf+K THE HUGUENOT it C Mawmwaaaraaraaarwagl Biggest Arguer .......,.A...................i,,,,,...... ,. .........,,....,.... ., Most Sarcastic ............,.........,......,........i.,. .,.......,..........A.A,..A......,,....,.. One Who Has Done the Most for the Class ......,................ One Who Has Done the Least for the Class ,........., . Teacher's Pet .........,..........,. Tea.cher's Trial .............. Dramatist ........,....,....... Wittiest .,............ Most Frank .....,...., Man Hater .,,,..,.....,..... Woman Hater l.............., Nicest Smile ,............. Class Romeo ......,........ Class Juliet .,....................... Best All-Around .............. Most Unheard-of ..,.............,. Most Conceited Boy ..............,, Most Conceited Girl ......,..,..... Cutest Boy ........,.............,...... Cutest Girl ..........,.... Sweetest Girl ....,..,.... Most Musical .......... .. V 4 Syzvfggll, wQ3Qm-1 C 1569 slfslaiallaillaslf-sbsleflaskslaef QW! Romanus Dellay Howard Ross Shirley Snyder ............Donald De Witt Robert Sullivan Edith Paltridge Frances Sullivan Hubert Du Bois ,. ,.....,. Muriel MeCaul Chester Elliot Henry Bagley David Lutin Margaret Dunham Gertrude M. Keller Ralph Garcia Robert Sullivan Robert Bosworth ..........,Mildred Thorpe Francis Sullivan Francis Connally Elizabeth Bosworth Alfred Enlund Donald Minard Arnold Langwick Mildred Thofpg ...........Samuel Kevan Emery Stokes ..........................Joseph Vega Gertrude M Keller ..............Donald Minard Marian Gelis Marian C-elis Richard Clinton f . X . QQ-. -' f L"ij.fl J. m A y git. Q. el as J x.,A,,.: 40 I In February, 1934, we grieved the loss of one of our beloved classmates ! 3 A 1 b iiiiiiiiiiiiiiK '-'- -'-'---- '----'---- ----- T H E HUGUENOT 6- - Jl'4F4F4F1F1F1lsfFfFfP'lf4FfF1lWlPifFfFfFfls?fls4lf'i CLASS HISTORY E the Class of 1936 started our life in the New Paltz Central High School in September, 1933. We became acquainted with our new ' surroundings through a welcome party given to us by the Class of 34. Mr. Wood who became our new Athletic Director and Mathematics Teacher was welcomed with us. Since our class was a large one, it was divided into two groups. One group had Mr. Voights room as their homeroom, and the other was put in Mr. Woods room. For that year we chose two groups of Huguenot leaders. In Mr. Voight s room the following officers were chosen: President-Gertrude M. Keller. V ice-President and Treasurer-Charles Fitch. Secretary-Marian Gelis. . In Mr. Wood s room. President--Margaret Dunham. Nice President Bud Connally Secretary George Bogert Treasurer Robert Sullivan Roy Antonsen During the year although our activities were few, we shone at the things we attempted. Several of our classmates who went out for basket ball were successful in making the varsity squad. We had several candy sales. We ended our Sophomore year successfully by giving the Class of 34 a farewell party to thank them for their ableiguidance throughout the year JUNIOR YEAR As the -junior Class in September, 1934, we, with the rest of the school welcomed two new members in our faculty. Miss Caffrey became our art instructor Mrs. McKenna taught us languages We were divided into two groups, as we had been in our Sophomore year. One group who had Miss Caifrey's room as a homeroom chose the following Huguenots President Charles Fitch Vice President and Treasurer-George Bogert Secretary Marian Gelis 41 7 936 Qiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiix uwmwl TriE HIJGLJENCDT immmm-I-ln--umm-mmm Qg H???????????T??????????k The other group in Mrs. McKenna's room elected these Huguenots: President-Ralph Langwick. Vice-President-Evelyn Sterbenz. Secretary and Treasurer-Francis Sullivan. After a short absence from his classes, we were saddened by the death of Mr. Voight. Miss Nulty became our new history teacher for the re- mainder of the year. When the Class of '35 gave their formal affairs, we supported them with a large attendance. The Senior Promenade was given November 3rd as an autumn formal. On March 23rd the Spring Hop helped usher in the new season. , In May we gave a party for the school. We called it the junior Cabaret. The whole school helped to make this successful. SENIOR YEAR As we Huguenots became Seniors in September, 1935, we welcomed Miss Wicks and Mr. Livingston into our faculty. We initiated the new Sohpomores by giving them a party in the early autumn of this year. For our Senior year the following Huguenot leaders were chosen: President-Samuel Kevan. Vice-President-Marian Gelis. Secretary-Henry Bagley. Treasurer-Charles Fitch. In February, when we realized our hope to have a Yearbook, we sold candy at the few remaining basketball games. We dedicated it to Miss Conard to show our appreciation for her great help. We regret to say that one of our beloved classmates, Fred Vaughn, was taken from us following' a short illness. Under the supervision of Miss Conard and a Normal School student, Miss Pearson, we Seniors, along with some Juniors, formed a debating team. We, the Seniors of 1936, regret having to leave the New Paltz Central High School, as we feel we have spent three very successful and eventful years within its four walls. Ml " if wswswwwgg Q5--.ng--quumumunnmmmmmmmw 1 9 3 6 Vmmmn---ll'-I-llllllll-ll 42 3iiiiiiii+ii3i+iiii3iiK -'-------H T H E H U G U E N 0 T if' X??????????????????????t l-nl ull 'i I- r LQ WILL E, the students of the New Paltz High School, in order to form a less perfect union, disestablish justice, insure domestic difficulties, provide for the common offense, promote the general confusion and secure the blessings of servitude to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain, establish and dedicate on this, the 22nd day of June, nineteen hundred and thirty-six this our last will and testament, to the future Seniors of this highly condemned Education Institution, and do hereby, hereto and herewith, afiix our official seal and signature. ARTICLE I Section 1. To Roger Juckett, in recognition of his Clark Gable profile. Samuel Kevan s title of Best Looking Boy." Sec. 2. To Kay Savago, our future Rosa Bonheur, Frances Minard's Sec 3. To Francis Wright, the dubious honor of David Lutin's title of Biggest Bluif Sec 4 To Marie Clinton, together with three cheers and a tiger Clion substituted if preferredj Gertrude M. Keller's title of "Most Popular Girl." , v at title of "Most Artistic." CK . H I iiiiii --1 1936 Y ???????????? 43 3gvles1Pisb1l4sla'lf-is'44vsb4+2!42l9sl4s!41l2slf-sl4442lfslfi4 'Q T H E H U G U E N O T 1+ Sec. 5. To George Winfield, Donald Weir's title of "Most Popular Boy," together with the permission to bury his middle name in some dark and obscure corner. Sec. 6. To her Estimable Acquaintance, Ruth Pine, Marian Gelis' title of "Best Dressed Girl." Sec. 7. To Albert Hughes, Patricia Fleming's title of "Most Easily Fussed," together with a ten-cent jar of freckle-remover. Sec. 8. To Louise Rossler, a whisk-broom with which to clear away the cobwebs, wrapped up in Patricia Fleming's title of "Most Literary." Sec. 9. To Harry Denton, one photograph of King Edward the Eighth, together with Ralph Langwick's title of "Best Dressed Boy." Sec. 10. To Helen Minard, one copy of "How to Become President in Sixty Years," by Mazzini, together with Muriel McCaul's title of "Most Executive." Sec. 11. To John Kool, Le Roy Juckett's title of "Slowest," together with an assortment of Aesop's Fables. Sec. 12. To Helen McElhenney, Gertrude M. Kel1er's title of "Most-in- Demand Girl." Sec. 13. To Jack Koch, Robert Sullivan's title of "Happy-Go-Lucky" 'md an order for three dozen doughnuts Sec. 14. To Joe Compton Margaret Dunham s title of "Most Sarcastic," together with the gentle reminder that East is East and VVest is West." ec. 15. To Catherine Pallus Frances Minard's title of "Most Un- sociable together with a pamphlet on the Art of Speech and Conversation." ec 16 To Benjamin Matteson Donald Wier's title of "Most-in- Demand Boy, together with instructions as to how to keep that youthful ngure ec. 17 To Doris Nickerson Margaret Dunham's title of "Most Athletic as well as a novel entitled The Rise of the Scandanaviansf' ec 18 To William Parker Donald Minards title of "Nicest Smile," together with a variety of literature concerning the purchase of false teeth. Sec 19 To Margaret Garcia Shirley Snyder s title of "Most Original," together with a pink mantella Sec 20 To George Bogert Richard Clintons title of "Best Dancer," .ogether with onei complete carton of toothpicks. ARTICLE II Section 1 To the Junior Class as a whole we bequeath one minute, poorly ventilated and depressing homeroom iifty by twenty inches, with a islesleislasleiwiifslfslwif I I s 1 cc 1 5 , ,, ' ff 1 S . . , n ' ,- S . , n ' u ' Q S 1 . . , . . , . . , . . , . . , 4- r , - ------ -- 1 9 3 6 """"""" 44 tiiiidaiiiiiskiiieiskdeiviix THE HUGUENOT xmafmaeswa-Mfswfram-fwmiii supposed capacity of sixty, densely populated by sixty well mutilated and affectionately inscribed desks and chairs. Sec. 2. We also leave them one complete set of the Encyclopedia Brittanica, as yet unsmirched by any fingers other than those of the Class Grind, as well as a few pages from what was originally intended to be a dictionary. Sec. 3. As a third token of our esteem, we leave them three lockers full of legal excuses to be presented to Miss Levinson as the occasion demands. Sec. 4. To the Sophomore Class, in dutiful remembrance of the many and varied courtesies not extended to us, we leave the entire faculty with no compunction whatever. ARTICLE III Section 1. To Mr. Cunningham we leave admission to this building at any time even during school hours, on the condition that he raise all our marks in Chemistry. Sec. 2. To Mrs. McKenna we leave complete jurisdiction over both of her children even to the extent of asking them how they prefer their eggs. Sec. 3. To Mr. Heinsohn we leave three pedigreed Pekinese, together with' a correspondence course in piano tuning. . Sec. 4. To Miss Conard, our learned eguestrienne, two pairs of lavender ballet shoes to be used when she goes on the stage this summer, together with a large sponge with which to protect them from dampness. Sec 5 To Mr Wood we leave one small cask of the best Jamaica rum. to be used in reviving the spirits of the basketball teams, and to be admin- istered with the prudence for which he is noted. Sec. 6 To Miss Levinson we leave a four-year subscription to "Popular Mechanics and one Super-super Movie Camera with which to take pictures of the next New Paltz flood. ribbons to bestow upon those pupils who show the greatest ability in his Sketching and Painting class. Sec 8 To Miss Wicks we leave the latest Professor Scwinkledink's invention a pill containing the Patience of Job and the Courage of a Spartan, to be taken immediately upon the appearance of the next Senior class. Sec. 9. To Miss Caffrey we leave Mr. Curtis' youngest son, to keep her closets in order also three large bundles of the best roofing paper. Thus on this the 22nd day of June, nineteen hundred and thirty-six, do we the late Senior Class of New Paltz High, being of infirm mind and unsound body relinquish and bequeath to our successors, all past rights and privileges if any which we have held and maintained until this date. ! 9 ! ! ' .!! 4 x Sec. 7. To Mr. Livingston we leave one large box of assorted hair I ! 3 . 2 I , . . 1 1 We 1 9 3 6 ??? 45 Sf lwiesleiaifialledesk- iwlwsiarlfslasleslasleskaledfqkief . T H E H U G U E N O T - bi"fPflf4Ffle'ftf1iffF1ie1F1if4FdPftfWF1'lf?1lf?flf4rWF P' AST night, while driving along the We decided to take in the game and were no if road, I came upon a colorful carnival. more than seated in the grand stand when Anyone who knows me very well "Bud" Connally appeared on the field as realizes that my pet pastime is a good, right fielder. "Bud" played an excellent game noisy carnival. I stopped awhile and wandered as usual and with him on the team the Giants idly in and outof the pretty booths. This couldn't lose. certain carnival was not quite fulfilling my We decided to stay in New York all night desires until my eyes came upon the tent in before going to Poughkeepsie. We had dinner which lay a contraption called "The Future at H fashionable Night Club, where, to my Glass." It seemed to be the answer to my Snrprisey- we SGW 'KP2-rl' Fleming ral? daneing growing desire for something new. I paid with the same ease and grace that made her a dime and entered the darkened tent, a bit the liir of the Junior Parry- The Master Ot frightened but still eager for an adventure. Ceremonies at the Club Was hohe Other than Quicker than I could say "New Paltz High Robert Bosworth- Soldoollv l found myself in the land of The next morning I went to reserve seats -fwnatis to Conley I found myself in the on the airplane for Poughkeepsie and I found loveliest living room imaginable. Looking hone other than Arnold L3-hgwlck th the around, I perceived it was the little cottage ticket Office- Arnold' it Seems' had Wanted live Seen before ln my day dreams. to become a real aviatorg the little woman had Going to the phone I Called Mrs. Ray changed his mind. Arnold told me that his Mitchell, formerly Mildred Thorpe. She brother, Ralph, expected to run for Governor asked me to go for a trip with her, as Ray of New York State in the next election. had to go traveling. Ray, you know, is a We reached Poughkeepsie at .about 2:30 traveling salesman, who sells crocheted bath :lit Efggihgileaiglojgiigled :ici visllllillie Iilldn , w re y s tuilliife left early in the morning, because we friend of hers Wasl ionalled' Aft? listening knew we had lots of places to visit. We no Sgniie dof Mildl-lids Wig. I didnt Sak how OH ing the plane I asked Mil if the pilot didnlt shouldybe sitting behind the Superintendeliifs strike her as being rather familiar. i We de- degk but our Old classmate End 'dramatic cided to ask him if he came from New Paltz, tident Edith P lt .d e W . d. t l and sure enough, it was Charles Fitch. We S u ' l . a rl g ' e lmme la e y asked him if he had Seen any of our Old iiiil lililliilirrdltsgfiileijildtrigelivcelcill rfshsaaleiiutrliiait crowd around. He told us that Ralph Garcia had graduated afisflicllolzold us that our classmate, Howard from liornellcind now Owned a large farm Ross, had graduated from Delhi and was near attes 1 . . . . . Evelyn Sterbenz, he said, was goingqnver in Ejlfgolig Agrlculture m the New Paltz Hlgh a big way-as a blues sing? fm the radio' She said "Peg" Dunham was a nurse in while waiting for a teachingncontract to Hudson State' too. come through. She still uses "Stardust" as her Superintendent paltrldgo informed us that theme Song- Gertrude Keller had graduated from New Rfiherr 5UlliV9-rl, Charlie reported, is n0W Paltz Normal and was now teaching sciences Captain Of H large Steamer, "The Erinl' that in the Poughkeepsie high. "Yes," Edith said, inake-9 rriPS- to Ireland and baek' "Gertrude still has a liking for Fords." We stopped for a rest near New York and We learned that the House of David's learned that the Giants, a well known baseball basketball team was playing an exhibition club, was playing in town that very afternoon. game that night in the Poughkeepsie State A d Ilaliiir-idelleslellwisleakslaizf 1 9 3 6 Z l 46 iesleslasleiiaslesleslaiestfslvslesleskifdaifskslefleslfef THE HUGUENOT :i'?1F 1F1F1lsflf1FflHF1F1lffP1P4F1P1HF1F? Armory. Edith thought we would be in- Normal, but she never took a teaching posi- tcrested because the star performer for the tion because she was waylaid by Byron, a House of Davids was Donald Weir. Did we slzoemaker. , remember him? Certainly! We decided, David Lutin, we learned, was teaching however, to go on to New Paltz for the physical training' at New Paltz High School, night. while Joseph Vega had won the title of We took the bus to New Paltz and arrived heavyweight champion of the world. Joe there quite late. From the hotel where we always said he could box, and now his dreams spent the night we learned that New Paltz were coming true. now had a first class taxi service under the We went directly home to the boarding supervision of Henry Bagley and Donald house that night, because the excitement had DeWitt. We hired one of theses taxis and been too much for us. directed the driver to take us to a good, first The next day we were at a loss for some- class boarding house. We told him to 'step thing to do, so we went down town to look on it." He did, and soon we heard the shrill for some entertainment. We came upon a blast of a traffic oflicer's whistle, which, I sign advertising the opening of a new beauty believe, is music to no one's ears. The "cop" shop. The sign said that new styles- in pulled up alongside of us and began in a coiifures would be modeled. It was free, so gruff voice to ask us, "Where is the fire?" "Thorpie" insisted that we attend. Mildred And didn't we know any better? That voice is like that. We sat in the shop watching was familiar. Mil looked out and uttered a for the models i0 HPPeal'- They finally C9-me gasp. The traffic onicer was Samuel Kevan. out and we saw that Marian Gelis was one of Were we surprised! Kevan had wanted to them. We should have been prepared to see go to West Point, but he couldn't get in, so Marian there, because Marian's hair helped he chose the uniform he thought would look her when the title of the cutest girl of the next best. A Senior Class of '36. Sam insisted we go to the Justice of the Marian asked us to stay to see' the enter- Peace, and soon we were before a darkened tainment, which we did. house- Ofneel' Kevan rang the bell and Ont We saw the great comedian, Francis Sulli- Of 2 See0nd'St0i'Y window popped 3 head, van. Francis was still the same carefree curlers and all. Sam said "Frances Minard tease that he was in his school days, keeps house iot' the Jnstiee- YOU kn0W- She "Frankie" told us that Hubert DuBois, now has never married beeause her first love dis' a well-known banker, was still working on the appointed her", idea of putting rubber in the dollar bill to Frances came down and let us in. She had make it st,-etch fat-thot.. a kerosene lamp. She explained to us that Francis showed us a clipping he had taken the iiflnting System of the house had "Seine from a morning paper which said that Betty haYWirev', and they expeeted Romani-'S Bosworth, the well known woman- journalist, Dellay, the local electrician, to fix it in had taken the very important position of the n10l'nin8- editor of her own paper, the Journalisky. 500n we heard n0iSeS which we determined Mildred and I decided to return in time to Wefe Hl'11ntS and EFOHUS coming ffefn S0n1e meet Ray inf New York. On our homeward PCFSOI1 Wh0 Seemed Sfeatly 3nn0Yed- 53111 trip we met Emery Stokes, Donald Minard tf-iid US that the Justice WHS e0n1il18 and e0me and Chester Elliot, who were all partners in he did- the great corporation of "Better Homes for Who should enter but Dick Clinton. It's contented Cows." hard to believe th3lI had turned Out 3 When we affived home' ngne the worse for COI1flI'mCd old b3.Cl1ElO1', but there he WRS. The wear, ggmeone Came 130 meet me at the dogg. unlawful speeding was soon forgotten while Now I shall Seo what 1 am going to be we talked over old times. doing. What? Another dime? No sirl I Dick i0ld I-15 all about OUR' old school wouldn't spend another dime just to see ennms- That EieHn01'e I-HMel'e, LeRoy who's going to meet' me at the door when I juckett, Robert Haley, Alfred Enlund and return. Florence DeWitt had all graduated from Well, that was a nice trip into the "Land Normal and all had good teaching positions. of What's to Come." Muriel McCau1 had graduated from Who said carnivals were dull? ' 1 9 3 6 f-l1----i'-----------.'--.-.--..-4.---.-..1..-..--...-......................................... 5 Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii :DS THE HUGUENOT Z??????????????????????i NEW PALTZ HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI GRADUATED1934 AYRES, LUWILDA .... ,...,...........,,.,,. ........,....... .............,........,,...,.,..A...........AA.,........,..,,..............,................ M a r riecl DECKER, LESTER ...,............Q..... .,.,........ E mployed in New Paltz DONAHUE, ELIZABETH .....,......... .... DuBOIS, KENNETH ,A................. New Paltz Normal School DUNHAM, LENA ..... . ..........,....... ..............,...,.......,.,..,.............,................, M arried GULNAC, BLANCHE ................ ....... N ew Paltz Normal School HAAS, ALBERT .....,.................. ...,..... N ew Paltz Normal School LeFEVRE, ESTHER ,,........... ........ N ew Paltz Normal School MACK, RICHARD ,.............. .............. E mployed: in New Paltz MANCE, DAVID ........,..................... .....,..... N ew Paltz Normal School MAASKIN, JOHN ..............,............,,, ..........,................................,.................,. H ome MAUTERSTOCK, JOYCE ..,..........,. ..,.........,...., S yracuse University MORAN, JOHN ...................................... ................. E mployed in Gardiner MORAN, KATHLEEN ,....,............, ,,,,...4..., N ew Paltz Normal Sch001 McELHENN EY, FRANCES NEWKIRK, CLIFFORD, ............... ............,.. OATES, CHARLOTTE ............ New Paltz Normal School .......,......Employecl2 in New Paltz Randolph Macon College, Va. OSTERHOUDT, NORA r............... .,..,..,........,. S pencer's Business School OSTERHOUDT, ROBERT... ......., New Paltz Normal School OTIS, ALBERT .,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,A,,,,,,,.,,,.4,,,,,,.,,,.............................. ....... H o me PEARCE, WENZEL .....,,,........... ..,......, D elhi Agricultural School RHINEHART, HELEN ,,........... ROSS, KATHRYN ......,...............................,.... ............... SCHREIBER, MARGARET .........,...... ......... SINAGRA, JOSEPH ............................,... .... Home Hudson River State Hospital ......,......,Employed in New Paltz ........r.....,,...Employed in Ohioville TAMNEY, DELIA ......,........., . .....,... New Paltz Normal School TUBBS, MARY ....,......,...................... ......... N ew Paltz Normal School WINFIELD, ALVAH ,.,.,................... ............. E mployed at Lake Mohonk ZIMMERMAN, DONALD ......................,...................,.....,..,....,.r............................,,................................... Home GRADLIATED1935 BENNETT, PRESTON ........................,...........................................................,..... Employed in Wallkill CARD, MILDRED ,..... . ......,...... ............... H udson River State Hospital CARROLL, PHILIP ................ ....,................... E mployed in Newburgh COMPTON, SHIRLEY ............. ....,.....,.. N ew Paltz Normal School 'lt iiisksbieiaiibiiiiiiaiiidaiik .. ....... ...... ................ .-..-.-.---..-..,- ..-...-.-..------ if 'r H - E HUGUENOT X'fF4F1F4ffF1Ffl'fF4F1F4lP1lf?fF?4FfF1FflP4ls4l'4F COY, GLADYS ..,4.......,............................ ...................... ............ . , . New Paltz Normal School DECKER, ALBERTA ........................,.,.......,......... ............... H udson River State Hospital DEYO, DONALD .,...........,.............,..............,............,,.......,,...... Employed in Bridgeport, Conn. DuBOIS, BERNICE .....................,................................. .......................... N ew Paltz Normal School EAN, VICTOR .l.....E..................,.........,...................,.......... Employed at New Paltz High School GIERISCH, FLORENCE ..............................................,..............................,...,...... ...,.........,...,................... H ome GRAY, HELEN .,....,......,........,...,.............................,... .....................,. N ew Paltz Normal School HANSEN, MILDRED ,..........,..............,.................. ...........,........l,............................,,......... H ome HASBROUCK, FORREST ......,......................... ..........,... M oran's Business School HASBROUCK, KENNETH ............................ ,........... N ew Paltz Normal School HUDSON, EMMA ...,............,................ i ................... .........................,......,............................, H ome JANSEN, ALBERT .....................................,............... ............ S pencer's Business School JOSLYN, HENRY ..,,.,....,.......................................... ..........,. N ew Paltz Normal School LeFEVRE, MILDRED ..,.........,..........,..,....,..,....... ............ N ew Paltz Normal School LEITZ, WILLIAM r...,.,..... .......................,............... .,.........,. D e lhi Agricultural School MAGAN, ELIZABETH ,........................................ ............. N ewburgh Business School MORAN, FLORENCE .............,...........,................. .................. S pencer's Business School McCORMICK, MARGARET .............,............. ................ N ew Paltz Normal School NEWKIRK, PHILIP ................................i,....,........ ..........,........ E mployed in Poughkeepsie NEILSON, JAMES ...,...,.....................,,.,......,.....,...... ,.......... E mployed by Stanford Orchards NOCE, EMIL ......,....................................................t........ ,........,................,... E mployed in Rosendale PAGE, JOHN .,....,.,......,...........,...................., 1 ........ . ....... ................ N ew Paltz Normal School PALTRIDGE, DONALD ...............................,...... ......,.............,,.................,,............,,.....,.,.... H ome PULCER, STANLEY .,.................,............,........,.. ...,.............................,............................ H ome PURDY, MARGARET ............................. Q ..........,.. ...........,.,......r E mployed in Kingston RADLEY, MILDRED .......................,.................... ......,......... N ew Paltz Normal School RHINEHART, GLADYS ..........,.....,.........,..,...... ......,..........,... A lbany Business School ROSSLER, ERNEST ......,.......,...,.....................,....... ................ N ew Paltz Normal School SAVAGO, MARY ......................................................... .......,...................................,.....,...,...,.......,.. H ome SAVAGO, SAM ......................,........................................ ..............., N ew Paltz Normal School SCHIRO, EMIL .....................................................,.l..,.. .....,............. D elhi Agricultural School SCHMALKUCHE, VIOLET .,,.......,.........,,,..... ................ N ew Paltz Normal School SCHNEIDER, REXFORD ...,............................. .....................,....................... C . C.'C. Camp SIGMUND, IRENE .............................................,..... .............,.................................,.................,.. H ome STADELMANN, DORIS ...................................... .........,..... M oran's Business School SULLIVAN, JOSEPH ................................,.. - ........ .4.,.......,.... E mployed in New Paltz THEISS, ANNA .......,....................,................................ ..........................,.............. 1 .....................,........ H ome THEISS, HELEN ......................................................... ............ A t school in New York City TREMPER, MARJORIE ,............................,.....,. .................. E mployed in New Paltz WESP, HELEN ............................................................. ..........,.... M oran's Business School VV ICKS, HENRIETTE .......................................... ................ N ew Paltz Normal School WILL, ELMER ...........,..........................................,....... .......................................,................................. H ome WISEMAN, MARVIN ......................,.........,........... ............ A t school in New York City VAUGHN, JOHN ..........................,............................... ......,........ U nited States Army, Hawaii YOST, MARY ....................................................l.............. .,.............. N ew Paltz Normal School ZIMMERMAN, MILDRED ..........,.............,..... ......,........,................................,................... H ome BL 1,24 ":: :f:xm2:r"y:!l2r: "'-J Q If--' """' ""' """""" I 9 3 6 5 49 WN vs- Seiifiiiiiskiaiiifiaibieiiiiaiiiii ,--,--1 --'-- u,,-ue,wn,-21,214L:,.L,,4!'Lmu:wu' T H E H U G U E N OT """"""" ' 'UL""' "' "' ?1lP1lP4F1F4f?4F'fF4F1P1P1l2 JUNE 22, 1936 , Music President's Address . . . Samuel Kevan ' Class History . . .... Marian Gelis Class Prophecy . .... . Shirley Snyder 12' Class Grumbles . . A . . Robert Bosworth 1 , Class Ballot ........ Evelyn Sterbenz ' Class Will ........ Elizabeth Bosworth Mementos ...... . . Muriel McCaul I CLASS OFFICERS ' Samuel Kevan ......... President Marian Gelis ........ Vice-President Henry Bagby ......... Secretary i i Charles Fitch ....... . Treasurer i Class Colors- Blue and Silver I , Class Flower - Carnation ' Class Motto -"Non finis sid inceptum" CNot the end, but the beginningj fi. it li? it ,,,...,...., ...,,. ..,..,..............,............. . . ,mu ..... ..... 3 ......- 1 Q 3 G 1 so 5 Lb I 97 . fn. E: gi 'I F5 . Q35 -W . 2 ex r, -+ sv' , fix. - 5.1 fi 'af r N I4- Q.. sz rl, me w, r. s if Q1. ..,,, -uf. Q5 ' -gf gs b' ',,. nv. 3' 44: QL. w is e ,. Processlonal Invocation . 'S , 'bidlslddfisbii-'lvi-ie THE HUGUENOT 4lf4F4'4f4F1P4F1'fF4"F JUNE za 1936 Introductxon h Raymond G Cunnmgham l Salutatory A' . ' ' . fGertrude M Keller - Valedictory Address b l I - Elizabeth Bosrworth Address . l .... Dr. Roland G Wxll Presentation of. Diplomas . . ' ' H. G. Gqegofy Benediction Recessional L Ni... 1 9 3 6 Y .... 'VIP x . 5: ' ly :A :2f2'1r?Q ' . "WYE it . 4 iii Q-5 .N -If ,iff y ' 'lift .qgxg ,. M 3 .. f Q.. ,,. . , J, k , .M , 5.1 -5-A, ae-H-H 's K 1 if 1. 111 T. 1.1 , 1"' . 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Voyager upon life s sea To yourself be true' And where er your lot may be Paddle your own canoe. Never though the winds may rave Falter nor look back But upon the darkest wave Leave a shining track. Nobly dare the wildest storm Stem the hardest gale' Brave of heart and strong of arm -- You will never fail. When the world is cold and dark Keep an end in view, And toward the beacon mark Nothing great is lightly won Nothing won isllost 5 Every good deed nobly done Will repay the cost. Leave to Heaven, in humble trust All you will to do g But if you succeed, you must Paddle your own canoe. -Sarah T. Bolton. 3-iiaslaiaiflwlaslfflaflfshllfef 19361 ............. 52 Paddle your own canoe. N' 2i'fPfFfF4ffF???1F1FfF?4F1P4FfFfF1Ffif???52 15 THE HUGUENOT 4+ THOUGH THE DOOR TO OUR CLASSROOMS IS CLOSED AND OUR WORK IS DONE, IT IS OUR SINCERE HOPE THAT YOU WILL GRATEFULLY REMEMBER THOSE WHO SO GFNEROUSLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE IN ADVERTISING" PAGES THAT FOLLOW khaki'-34343434443 SUCCESS OF THE HUGUENOT, AS LISTED 1 9 3 6 H??? 5 3 Sgtvslfiasksk-WMQSQ Ysbsleskslaslwtfskidmbabslaif V 1- H E H U G U E N Q T ..... .... ........... mssssssasMsss:rssssss+'31 "lt's Thrifty to Shop at Luckey's" Thousands of folks are finding that this little saying is becoming more and more the popular slogan. Thousands of folks have already dis- covered that when they shop at Luckey's they get that quality that looks better, wears longer, and gives more satisfaction . . . and best of all, it costs no more to buy at Luckey's. If you are not enrolled in the ranks of those who know what Luckey's can do for them, we suggest that you pay a visit to l..uckey's . . you will see for yourself. LUCKEY PLATT 8: CO. TRAVEL BY BUS VIA THE SHORT LINE Frequent Daily Departures To and From NEW YORK CITY s1.eo -FAREs- 52.90 One Way Round Trip Local Terminal NEW PALTZ HOTEL Tel. 52 New York Terminal THE DIXIE BUS CENTER 241 'West 42nd sneer Tel. Xvlsconsin 7-5300 Compliments i of A Friend Smart People Do Their' Shopping at the BIG STORE FOR Bigger Values! Highest Quality! Better Selections! "Everything for Everybody" ROSE AND CORIVIAN KINGSTON, N. Y. "Everything for the Home" Compliments of JAMES M. DEARNLEY, PH. G. "THE FRIENDLY DRUGSTORE' NEW PALTZ, N. Y. R DELIVERIES PHONE 324 1l?Ql4sl4iil4liF3f-4k3394l44FAr?i E T 1 9 3 6 J Compliments of SMITH BROTHERS' Restaurant and Luncheonette wi I is WM????????????? 5: Advanced Post Graduate Courses in All Secretarial and Accounting Branches PRE-COLLEGE SI-IORTHAND TYPEWRITING, ETC. Day, Half-Day, Evening Summer Term ' MORGAN, Principal Burgevin Building Corner Fair and Main Streets KINGSTON, N. Y. DIEGES 6: CLUST E r bl' h a ws Goldsmrths Sllversmltlms Bronzesmlths Class Rings and Pins Sorority Fraternity Jewelry I5 JoHN STREET NEW YORK EN N INGTON'S HOTOGRAPHS LEASE ARTICULAR EOPLE Pennington Studios 72 Main St. Kingston N. Y. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Stationery Cosmetics Novelties Sneakers Ready to Wear Art Goods Covering All Student Needs, and a Complete Line of CAN DI ES Always Fresh Lane - Sargent Stores NEW PALTZ HIGHLAND MARLBORO Y i4iG394lSQl9ll4ll44lG4lF34il44l43Rlff214Ql44l4ll434Ql42142lFQf if H U G U E N O T ll' s a is e l 936 L ------.---- ------------ - M 55 Y J2QlP4l42l42l4i43Pisl4 ......................... T H E I H U G U E N O T 7l'9F4P4FfFfF4FflffWFVFfF'fFVF?4lf4lf?'F4f4l-'fPfl'? New Paltz Cooperative l..AWRENCE'S G, L, F, Sewice SERVICE STATION WESLEY VAN VLIET, Prop. K Feed Seed Flour Firestone Tires Auto Accessories Edison Batteries Spray Materials Atwater Kent Radio Sales and Service Certified Mobile Lubrication LOWER MAIN STREET CORNER CHESTNUT AND MAIN STREETS Tel. 309 Tel. 68 Compliments of P. 81 COAL - LUMBER - FEED ARROW BUS LINE Z Fuel Oil and VAN GONSIC BROS. Electrical Supplies Quality First--Service Always pI..,,.,-Ngw PALTZ-3l6 TELEPHONE eo NEW PALTL N. Y. For Better Women's Wear- Telephone 262 THE UP-To-DATE CO PE.TE.R'S SWEET SHOP KINGSTON Confectionery Restaurant and Luncheonette 303 Wall Street Kingston, N. Y. 283 MAIN STREET POUCHKEEPSIE i4l92lP1l94l2i41?i-slFsl44lf442f ' 1 9 3 6 -----'-- su- " 56 T H E H u G u E N o 1' jf X'fl??4lffPfF9Ffl'5F1F5P?9l?'FfF'fF4F?1P4l?4lP?1Fi LOUIS D. LEFEVRE i The Huguenot National Bank NEW PALTZ, N. Y. We offer you a complete OLD COMP ANY'S banking service LEHIGI-I COAL SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Pl-lone 306 NEW PALTZ, N. Y. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporal' RONK WALLKILL GARAGE A Compliments of Phone 3761 DR. BEATTIE WALLKILL, N. Y. C0mp1i,,,e,,1s of Compliments of Y AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS WONDERLY COMPAN Dry Goods Kingston' N- Y- KINGSTON, N. Y. Compliments of Complijnents gf V- T- PINE l MAIN STREET MARKET l at Camplimenls of Golden Rule Jewelers and Stamp Dealers j R- M- HAS BROUCK Established less N FMS' CHEERF UL CREDIT -- BUDGET PLAN Phone l20Fl2 NEW PALTZ K 1 9 3 6 . .. .. X ' 57 T H E H u G u E N o 1' 5. X"fFfF4F4F1F4F2WF1IffFfIf1F+b 4F1ffIf1I-'1FflP4PfF? A THOMPSON'S LAUNDRY 243 CLINTON AVENUE KINGSTON, N. Y. .Established--over 40 years, with long experience and ' "modem equipment, is qualihed to render satisfactory service at a reasonable price. Pickup and Delivery Twice a Week- Every Monday and Thursday Phone Phone KINGSTON NEW PALTZ I 570 232 A. H. WICKS. Prop. ' Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of I936 E. C. ELMORE Clothing, Shoes, Etc. NEW PALTZ NEW YORK Compliments of SHAEFFER STORES - Meats Groceries Smart New DRESSES for Class Day Evening, Sport and School Wear COATS SUITS JACKETS - sK1RTs - BLoUsEs Colton Dresses, Playsuill All Moderately Priced BAUER'S SHOPPE, lnc 260 MAIN STREET POUGHKEEPSIE AUTO SALES 8: GARAGE CO. BUICK and PONTIAC - S I u and Serv'ce INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS P N w P It N. Y. H B HUMISTON Mortlclan ELLENVILLE KERHONKSON Telephones: Tel. I I2 Ollice 290 ae I hone 254 e I z, 1H42I4i411I2i1I4443NV4lGK V 1 9 3 6 ----------- -----' Naghfcslx., 332F22 3?i4l?Ql41l4d?iP4l444il.'f-344lPi-39il44l4i4v14sl4i44Qf T H E H U G U END T xwmnwafmwrmw-Mmmwwit VAUGI-lN'S DRUG STORE Read ROSENDALE The New Paltz Independent All the News of Open Evenings Until l2:00 P. M. LITTLE OLD PAL-I-Z Including High Spots of the High School Tel. 84 Rosendale, N. Y. by Your Own Reporter Complgmenls of Fl.ElVlINC'S SHOP UNITED LUNCHEONETTE Everything for the Papa or Young Man Cannon Street, Opp. Stratford Theatre Phone 267 NEW PALTZ POUGHKEEPSIE RICHARD MEYER RoxY's BARBER SHOP Jeweler Tonsorial Artist so JOHN STREET - OORNER sToRE Hai, Bobbin a Specialty KINGSTON' N- Y- Mn.. sue.: Roaendnle, N. Y. NEW PAF-TZ JOHN DELLAY 81 Real Estate - Investments F D Se . "Save a Little and Buy a Lol" 'ee e 'vm' mee ROSENDALE, N. Y. ULSTER COUNTY Phone 302 Main Street Phone Rolendlle Il L OLDSMOBILE 6 at s JQSTEN'S SALES AND SERVICE M,,,ufmu,e,, of Gas. Oil TREASURE-CRAFT JEWELRY Washing and Greasing General Repairing AND STATIONERY THOMAS H. ELLIOTT Sim' '997 Phone 290 NEW PALTZ OWATONNA. MINN. -- -- . -- - 1 9 3 6 M? -5334sleele4Qel4Q!4el4ske14wlMl444sl4sl44l4sl4i4i4i4i4s1Qlwe4 Y 'r H E H u G u E N o'r if Business Offers Big Opportunities to You! Phone Pfwshkeepsie H54 A "Bargain" in Education Q .... H. B. Rosenthal-Ettlinger Co. If you will tell us the type of course in which you are M f f interested, we'll be glad to furnish you am' acluren 0 a new low cost. MEN's, Younis' AND Boys' CLOTHING TelePh0n9- Wfllc 0' Cllll From Manufacturer Direct to You Spencer Business School 237-239 FAIR ST. KINGSTON, N. Y. 4I ACADEMY ST. POUGHKEEPSIE o W. C. CORNELL CO. l mos. F. KAVANAGH JEWELERS 39 WATER ST. NEWBURCH Telephone 227175 GEORGE MILLHAM 8: SON EH- i900 Tel. 76' Manufacturers of Barrels A-KAY JEWELRY CO. Dealers in Apple Crates, Fruit Baskets Tight Barrels and Kegs of All Descriptions, both Gifls of Enduring Beauty Chan-ed and Parafiinecl 1 TClePll0l'lC9-RCI-, l87S FUCWTY- l68 I5 Water Street Newburgh, N. Y. EMZEY LEWIS Compliments of KANTROWI TZ BROTHERS Watchmaker and Jeweler u u Athletic Equipment ROSENDALE, N. Y- KINGSTON, N. Y. R. R. AKINS y Pharmacist Compllmenls of High School Stationery FRANK RUIZ Tabletsi-5c anlcll l?cF.nNote5Bool3,lii:cancl IOC can Leialine ll.ei?,Coi'eii':, l0c,.25c and 50c Barber Slwp and Beautl' Salon Pencils, 3 for 5c-2 for 5c NEW PALTZ, N. Y. Phone 96 Main Street g32dGsl44lPi4!QPfslPslP1l41lQlG2f A 1 9 3 6 Y ---------- iwki-SW4Q!4:bdQkw4l42l44f34d434d4da1k44K k?? ????????????? GREGORYNS PHARMACY SAM BERNSTEIN ZS: CO. On Wall St. Kingston, N. Y. Drugs and Cosmetics Men's, Young lVlen's and Boys' Outfitters Ice Cream and Soda Stationery and School Supplies Quality and Style for the Graduate Candy, Magazines. Cigarettes at Popular Pnces Phone l7 NEW PALTZ. N. Y. Se,-vice Gugrgnfggd ot Doa .5 Compliments of X05 X 0969 eww 05 ca 9 QXJP 0 JOHN N. VANDERLYN A ATTORNEY AT LAW 33l Wall Street Kingston, N. Y. THE. RAINBOW BEAUTY SHOPPE ' Comvlfmcnfs Of BERTHA L. CURNETT Phone 323 NEW PALTZ GEORGE A. oATEs NEKO5 BROS- I-lome Made Candies Sodas and lce Cream Hardware and Farm Supplies A Sandwiches NEW PALTZ, N. Y. 309 WALL STREET KINGSTON, N. Y. lg """"" " """""' """""""''""""'""""""""'"""""""""""""""""' Y 1 9 3 6 """""''""""'""""""""' """"""""""""""" 7 "" 2 uuwuurgu, 61 E1 emi 31' Awclfiklfieifsle 'l43?i4l4Ql4Ql4Ql5-iMV39llHl44424 -fi THE HUGUENOT if From JAMES CAROS NEW PALTZ LUMBER CO. "Everything to Build Anything" LUMBER Your Permanent Waver BUILDING MATERIALS PAINT POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Phone 207 NEW PALTZ Compliments of DR. A. C. GRIMM Compliments of LESTON D. DuBOIS DANIEL SHAW General Insurance NEW PALTZ. N. Y. Compliments of CENTRAL COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC. D. N. MCELHENNEY, Mgr. GARDINER, N. Y. MAPLE KNOLL FARMS Milk and Cream Grade A, Raw and Pasteurized Phone l07F 5 NEW PALTZ After the Game Come to THE COFFEE POT Sandwiches Delivered Phone 99 Chestnut Street At the Sign of the Clock WERRE 8: BRUNDIDGE Jewelers 70 WATER ST. NEWBURGH Compliments of WRIGHT'S FRUIT STAND c. B. WRIGHT, Prop. Fancy Fruits and Vegetables Route 208-One-quarter Mile South of Ireland Comers Tel. N. P. 7F4 iiiii f 9 3 mlmilnmlv . flfieidaifioieielerleieieiieiflldebifrleiedwkx +7 THE HUGUENO1' if ------ xwwaawamaawawwmfi 'BURDENU a name that bay always been a guarantee of quality milk ana' dairy products. BORDEN'S FARM PRODUCTS. Compliments of Compliments of M. SHWARTZ CO. FLORENCE GARAGE ' THE HGME. OF GOOD CLOTHES Youth' Local Ford Dealer POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y. HALSEY F. SHERWOOD O. ZIMMERMAN WALLKILL Choice Meats, Fresh Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb Smoked Beef, Ham, Butler, Cheese, Pickles. Etc. Telephone 370' Telephone Bl NEW PALTZ We .......,....... ?g.4+ii44Q2!HkQ!ei4SfSfl!w-Viek44fk1!4:',4Ql41!4-?2f THE HUGUENOT X"5F4F?fF1P9F7FfF1F7F9F5FfF4F7PVlfT1?7l?5i'??52 Compliments of ARTHUR M. BUGDEN PRESS Printers 35 MYRTLE AVENUE BROOKLYN, N. Y. We Invite Your Deposii NEW PALTZ i SAVINGS BANK WITH NEW PALTZ, N. 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