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

 - Class of 1938

Page 1 of 71

 

New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1938 Edition, New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 71 of the 1938 volume:

Q b Q e 2 E r 'F 3 2 Q Q x , r. . B . f hu uenob pub lewd DH :senior class OP 356 hcaw pelbz Centra! high school new New palbz fxfxf. york DEDICATION On behalf of the Class of 1938, the Huguenot Staff takes great pleasure in dedicating this yearbook to Miss Frances Levinson. As we have "sailed along" in our years of high school, We .have been greatly benefited by the fine teaching of Miss Levinson. She has aided our class especially as she was Sen- ior Advisor this year. We were very fortunate to receive the guiding support and friendly co-operation she has given to us. It has helped us in all our student activities, and we greatly appreciate it. Page four RAYMOND G. CUNNINGHAM ' PRINCIPAL Page five 53.51151 ' 'L-i5Qi.': l F" f - .,-1 , 1 2' 552113, 6,3 'll L AB w ' :ijlllrflfiill "Kwik -5. Eisiibifi' 21531 4 - ' ,. '- 1 .'5'L1gS:zln?:. yi - 'f - :r ' '5 '. -I 1 ' ' 1 .fv- Faculty ............. Huguenot Staff . omtemtj Student Senate .... Editorial .... Page 8 .. 9 10 11 Poem, William McKenna 12 Seniors ......... .... 1 3 Underclassmen 27 Organizations 31 Athletics 39 Features ........... .,,. 4 5 Advertisements .........,.....,.,,...............................,........,,. 57 rf: ukibtloxjirl YQRQX 5191511411 t .v '21 K, Nfwlv 53. u vw ax H1-If if nu fr f... Wyfv ik nm 'li'-'ur tk 1 1 1 71: f ""'n QV"-11 ll ll Yr r X 41 1. NIU ,,1 3 sJ"1.,'n ' .-.wkkrh 41: 5 L' Z' af ,YM--fzva-A-.1f' ww -:wfav:-:- rw :f-rf-1.11. -if fs - 'We-wwf wi-Ru'-wr-1 ' ff. ff2as:.H-vazfsfm iv-'f-:--3.1.1-5-J:were .qrzzfgggw-'Ranf.:-1,T::'5,..q.wf:H 5 - ".lig':.fg1m...1.1+-sit..-rg -. , 'Yum f "f:1'::-'-- 1.-Jfm 'sr : 1'x..4'E1.5f'2.f:l?'-atU'25-- . az..2-lm.-59-F-.iffl,. 451,-1, .c 'r Ht .r.'.'.-..g--.14-1-,.ff, 1.1 . --:' ar"-q'--.1:'z.,e-.1 - '11-lg: Q. '-,:n:,..a: wry- .A1,..2- -::-: -.'1"f-'l-'in'"..-5-'-4-x N:--..::.fflE' --?1711V-':if.- 21.4" vz- rfi' Q,-JL.-.0 ' . 4 -91.4. .:.:.-,Jr -5511, IM 1- .V '-'Lil-N21-':l------: . V A 1'-':: .'b--.'---M.:-Lx' mild , ... 'rn nszllfh-rc,"-:"1':xA "'--- nu---' 41.-1?-.f-W l -f " vw 4251 -Y.-:hw "Hp rllw-z4:f--:ggFaq.: gm w -:..:,-, 1- .-ga..-1-lx,-1 - q:Jnv:4w.z2-J1.-w- -.-:.p7m2ms:eap43-2.-::.f11'2:fJ-" ffmf,-:'::-.QU 'figfz--' - '-'Sifqlfa-'.LV-' '.l:1:5'4 '1:w"-.'- QT?-15 9:4 fl "1 1y'-t1-51k'-.:z'- 1' -il1'.'?5.s--:SIN 'if.1r.f:43h-M 'af-"z:zv'-W1 "1-.':'5h' Wlsilf. -iff "! Tvvvfnvr -agile!--L I-' .:.y.i:'s -79 34.-r-.ws-'::h "'-:-:-ms.:-'-'cwQ':':1." wil-1-.-.f.'fe his:-gp 1.59. -fPa'.f'iw?' ': -' ' ff fun. -as-sv?-!Q1:.'-.41 ff- 'lf-"1:f.2 :-'i-w-21-2- '1?kf"4'JW.'1'1f--fi-'x 'i?fs'w1'r'55 .-z'f35.'.'f55C1M4z"' 24fLe'.'.'--wi-:-'QQ-. 523- ' wg: 11:11 513145. "J: -iv?:".':ll' A QP'- 'JT24' Tri?" .' -' Pilfnfll an , - FQFQ7? 34' .".-'u-:MQG1 " '1'-- ' -Ent,-.wg :. '-.'. --Kgs-.szi 1:-3 Z 1 .'-ws g- ref- -1- .'..,.y' I ,,.,..,..-.. I .,:.".,..l.'-U..1.:.- ..,,,..:,.','l.,..... . .".-..:.:. .,.,'.......'U-. ,-.'.,. Q lm.. ,..-... , I .......,.:,,' , -',- - ...',.A..f..'-' -.-...,. ,. 9 . . A ,FQ -. 1' af 4 t ,Q glmm rw ,alll f aan FACULTY Raymond G. Cunningham ...................................................................... Science Alleghany College, B.S.g Columbia Teachers, College, M.A. Gertrude McKenna ...............,.............L.............................................. Languages Elmira College, A.B. Maryrose Cronin .................,.................................................................... History University of Michigan, B.A., Graduate Work University of Michigan Rosalie Conard .L ..........................................................,,.,,,,..................... English Barnard College, B.A. Frances Levinson ,,,,.................................................... commercial Department New York State College, B.S. and C. John M. Lake ...........i............................,.....................,................. Mathematics Colgate University, A.B.g Graduate work Syracuse U. 1935, '36 ' and '37, N. Y. U. Extension 1937-38 Frederick Heinsohn .......................................................................... Agriculture Syracuse University, Cornell University, B.S.g New York University, M.A. Florence Caffrey ........,.......,..,....,,,,.....,.,,,.,.,.,,,,...,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,, Art Syracuse College of Fine Arts, B.A. Leonard Wood ...............................,.......,...,,.......,..,,,...,.,.,.,.,.....,,,,.,.,,,,., Athletics Indiana State Teachers, Teachers' College, Columbia University, M.A. Page eight l l . l, . fm , xo l M ' YN I N' ' . jf .5 f.. V' ,F amy A ' X HUGUENOT STAFF George Manolakes ....... ......... E ditor-in-Chief Esther Clearwater ....... ...,..... B usiness Manager Elmer H. Pelham ...., ....... A dvertising Manager Sylvia C. Goldwasser ...... ........... L iterary Editor Edith Barrowman ........ ....................... A rt Editor Edward Tiffany ...... ...,....................... .......... C i rculation Manager ASSISTANTS June Chambers ....... ............................ ............ E d itor-in-Chief Thomas Pallus ........ .......... B usiness Manager Mariel Feeley .......... ....... A dvertising Manager Catherine George ...1.. .............. L iterary Editor James O'Brien ........ ................... A rt Editor Clifford Conklill ...... ......... C irculation Manager Page 'nine ,,,,,Jf,,NV , .,XL ,,,r, , ,..,,., , ,.,, . . .. , . , 'Quai' , vw N' V STUDENT SENATE T John Moran .............................................,...................... President Edward Schmalkuche ..,.. ......... V ice President Dorothy Ashton ............ ............... S ecretary Martin Jansen ,.........r................................,.................. Treasurer Other prominent members are George Manolakes, Sylvia C. Goldwas- ser, Rose Le Fevre, Clifford Conklin, Murray Jenkins, Helen Atkins, Madeline Tabacchi, Paul Moran, and Doris Corwin. Under the able direction and guided by the many wise suggestions of Mr. Cunningham, our Student Senate got off to a late but energetic start. During the year of '38, many puzzling problems were solved and fitting solutions were adopted. As a problem arose, each home room representative held a meeting in his home room and reported the meetings results to the Student Senate. These suggestions were sorted and a final choice made of the best plan to be adopted. Among the accomplishments of the Student Senate was the forming of traffic regulations in the halls and organization and printing of our handbook containing such information as requirements for graduation under Regents diploma and under school diploma as Well as information about aspects of school life. Page ten V gh' ,I ...' " ' :Viv ,l' 'V if L 31: lf' l li lm! v . ,iff .? if f 1'-l o 'jsp M li M y Q v RRI' rw .. . , 4 ,ah , I ., . ...QWQQ '49""l"I"l'4'-LQ,-pf 'WWE ., ,.-. .,,. V., . U S ,z ' ' ., 'J . , iw.-'25 A ,1 ,.p . ',,n-,N ..v Mg gp-3,3,,. 5 1 -- - "Nw - gp, .- 1' 2 ., -ri:-,'...,.,-.-W. ,. cg , aw' -- . A- .lt--1" Wire-2w"fv2i:l1 41 'wx 'gg.11,1. .,-:. '- gg.-'gulf in -A - , - -. ' 3:-..,:.!45.,f,-in,:f5.,T1:,-p. - .5,3,.f.y5g4,-, J ww-A-..,-. ..--zalmp, - ' "Hp, V . .,-nn: '-':' ..', -V-'itz'.-2-fu1:4',:,-f-Em.-ft'-NW.Mm L.. ,H num By George Manolakes Everyone has at some time watched an inter-collegiate crew darting across choppy water with amazing speed. This crew represents eight men rowing with such precision and timing that they seem to be one. Of course, strength and endurance play a tremendous part in the success of a crew but often the spectators do not realize the importance of co- operation to such a group since a slight miscalculation in timing by one of the oarsmen would mean the loss of valuable time and distance. Q For three years our "crew", coached by an able staff, has been pre- paring diligently for the big "regatta" which annually takes place in June. Just as co-operation was necessary for the success of the rowing crew, so has it been necessary for us who through our combined efforts have made our days in high school very happy ones and have produced memories which shall remain in our memory forever. Now as We bid farewell to our alma mater, we realize that our days in N.P.H.S. have acted as the incentive which has kindled our desire for further learning. In seeking this, many of us will again embark for ports of higher knowledge. Page eleven This poem was written by William McKenna for our assembly in honor of George Washington's Birthday. WASHINGTON Back through the years Past milestones To men who stand above the rest, To milestones heralding the beginning of this nation, As clearly seen as it were but yesterday: Its outlines blurred by lengthening history, A retired Artist Watches A His work carried on by others, He has seen many in his place. Sphinx-like he watches. Sometimes from deep within him comes a laugh At tales told about some great hero. He .will always watch in silence, And, we hope, with pride, the actions Of his only child. Page twelve 1, 5 o ffwf N 2 X "Not much talk, a great sweet silence." O.M.N. 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Glee Club 4. Studious . . . model student . . . wrote excellent composition on George Washington . . . time and thoughts occupied by a certain N.P.N. student . . . proud member of O.M.N. Destinationzi Mildred Elley Private Business School. Page fourteen EVELYN'JANSEN ' 'fEvieH VALEDICTORIAN GEORGE N. MANOLAKES "Mano" "In arguing, too, he owned his skill, for even though vanquished, he could argue still." Student Senate 2, 3, 4, Basketball Junior Var- sity 3, Varsity 4, Baseball Varsity 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 2, Vice-president 4, Senior Operetta 4, Huguenot Staff 3, 4, Ring Committee, Inter-Class Basketball 2, 3, Inter-Class Football 4, Inter-Class Baseball 2, 3, Boys Chorus 4, Ping-pong Runner-up 3, 4, School Newspaper 2, High School Notes 4. Small . . . dynamic . . . cause of many an en- vious glance . . . brilliant student . . . basketball whiz . . . swell company . . . woman hater??? . . . Very athletic . . . does much for N.P.H.S. . . . lover of swing. Destination: Not formulated. SALUTATORIAN I .X m4,kz Q QQXP X W AKKQ, G, F-"14,i'yfff X 44' , 'A llqfi 1 fy ,M 'A f "Herb" ' "Napoleon was a little man." . . . talkative. Destination: Cornell University. EDITH BARROWMAN "Edie" eff!! Mafia HERBERT LOUIS ACKERMAN Class Football 4, Intramural Basketball 4. New student . . . likes New Paltz . . . prize agriculture student . . . wears glasses . . . small "Bashful sincerity and comely love." ,ll O.M.N. 2, 3, 4, Huguenot Staff 3, 4, Glee Club MML 3, 4, Sec. of O.M.N. 4. U Artistic . . . attractive . . . pleasant disposition W-Uf"l"ul . . . Evelyn's pal . . . quiet . . . studious . . . co- MW ,WWW . . . object of a Seniors thoughts. Destination: New Paltz Normal. 6 1,00 ROBERT BAUM ilB0b!! p Y XX "A Heaven on earth I have won by wooing her." 1 - 1 ' ' U ' ,Tb pai Operetta 4, Intermural Basketball 4, Debating 4. X New . . . now shaven of his evidence of man- . . hood . . . ardent skier . . . attracted to Junior miss YJ I , . . . radical . . . romantic. V , j' Destination: Engineering College. ff I MICHAEL BEVACQUA "Mike" "A feat of chivalry, fiery of consummate cour- age, and bright with flashing vigor." Interclass Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Basket- ball 2, 4, Basketball Junior Varsity 3, Inter-class Baseball 2, 3. Tall, thin, terrific . . . talkative . . . black hair . . . whiskers . . . peppy . . . proud uncle and al- ways talking of nephew . . . big tease. Destination: Not formulated. operative . . . generally liked by all the teachers Page fifteen QP' RUSSELL CARPENTER in orchestra never have been." Orchestra 4. Destination: Not formulated. lllffyy 4693455 ALICE CRANS "A friend to all and a foe to none." Quiet . . . industrious . . . witty . . . local gal . . . patient. lltifffell B AJ N um. ' L01 ' "VS as as L.-,J-7" 'f She moves a goddess and she looks a queen ' Q 5 I I a K 'gf L'j',,,D,1.+B1zsketball 2, Varsity 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, O.M.N. If ff". J v f LJ 1' ,. , if 1.1 . . ,af NA , ' .L " ' l .f f AA V Nr", . ' ,, . f r .. I . ' J Af Y - .5 ' ra, IV, y . . . . . . . -lvelof three loves . . . not as quiet as she appears senior year and enjoyed life . . . usually around LL. Destination: Not formulated. , ESTHER M. CLEARWATER Vg . ucissyn ,Q"1jj!Huguenot Staff 3 4 Basketball Manager MJ2, 3, 4, Costume Committee Operetta 4. Ciss ' class Venus torn twixt the tide nik. . good basketball player . . . let down in her Mwith Sylvia C .... strangely attracted to Rosen- xrdale . . . swell kid. Destination: Not formulated. FRANCIS E. CONNELL A "Tinkie" "Speech is great, but silence is greater." Intra-class Baseball 2, 3, Intra-class Basketball 3, Inter-class Football 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Likeable . . . suddenly developed into a valu- able asset to our basketball team . . . also a base- ball player . . . another woman hater . . . curly hair i and good looking. Destination: Not formulated. Page sixteen 'Tm the sweetest sound in orchestra heard, Yet New yet old . . . nice hair . . . smiles incessantly . . . another who blushes . . . lanky lad . . . fiddles man-hater JOHN J. CONNELL HGUSH "Beware the fury of a silent man." Inter-class Baseball 2, Varsity 3, 4, Inter-class Football 4, J. V. Basketball 2, Varsity 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Foul Shooting Champion 3. "Gus" . . . wavy hair . . . many female admirers . . . tries to be woman hater . . . basketball cap- tain and baseball star . . . smooth player . . . won't dance . . . soda jerker during summer . . . quiet . . . well liked. Destination: Not formulated. LESTER DUNHAM "Butch" "They lard their lean books with the fat of others' works." Basketball. Carefree . . . "I yam what I am and that's all I yam . . . friendly . . .Windyis chum . . . sarcastic . . . big "Boo" . . . very adept in basketball. Destination: Not formulated. MARY C. EICKS "Mitzi" "Wisdom is the conqueror of fortune." if Q.. flaw. Glee Club 4, Senior Operetta 4, Costume Com- mittee. Tall . . . blonde . . . excellent student . . . dry 2. sense of humor . . . fiery temper . . .. enjoys bas- ketball games and good books . . . dislikes men. Destination: Not formulated. I Q1 'S-522, MELVIN J. FEIN "Feiney" "An earthquake wouldn't move him." Debating 3, Inter-class Football 4. Nice physique . . . tall . . . ever supplied with candy . . . uses slang and gets away with it in classes, too! . . . rabid camera fan . . . mischievous . . . grocery clerk. Destination: Amour Institute of Technology. Page seventeen C I 5.3 fl x J ,..,A-. SYLVIA GOLDWASSER l "Sicky Sylvanius" "Tho some the studious despise, there is noth- . ing lost by being wise." Candy Committee 4. l Short . . . dark . . . studious . . . willing to co- operate . . . unquenchable thirst for knowledge . . . life ambition to be a teacher . . . appreciated by those who really know her. Destination: New Paltz Normal. ,Nil-, fL'7V! - .Al +L SYLVIA C. GOLDWASSER I lf" ' l as va 'f Syl ' x 'ft "An angel at home and a devil abroad." X Y "' 1 X, ,-1' ' ' 1 . ' School Newspaper 2, O.M.N. 3, 4, Debating 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4, Huguenot Staff 3, 4, Senior Operet- Jy gf ta 4, Student Senate 4, Senior President, Cheer , , " fl., Leader. '-,X L I , ", Everybody's pal . . . swell sport . . . sunny dis- 4 position . . . class prexy . . . original . . . per- !' 'Q sonality plus . . . smooth dancer . . . mistress of ceremonies . . . dramatic . . . performed well in I., ' 1 X I X I A! N F "x w. Senior Operetta. Destination: Olympic swimmer. aw Wi" 1 ,Q x ' , B" ANNA M. GUROVICH dwg 'J ' ij :cAnnr9 Mm? OA.l6,1,C,uQ "There's lots of love and lots of time to linger jQ,,W, 1, 'GLY P tj on the way." ' Student Senate 2, Secretary 2, Glee Club 4, Ping-pong Runner-up 4, Librarian 4, Senior Op- eretta 4. Attractive . . . not really appreciated . . . vic- tim of eternal triangle . . . willing worker . . . 4 li vrl . f I -4,1-C awww! - 1 . J--5'7Mn'Lj guvvfl 4 "Wit Al " pffkf ANM1-w wg, good student. M ,lr .,..,., Destination: School for Beauty Culture. lf- N Q ' . EVELYN HASBROUCK xifynm. "Health and cheerfulness mutually beget each f other." . 514, 'g'V-JL!! Senior Operetta 4, Glee Club 3, 4. X I Always cheerful . . . nice voice . . . attractive Hfymnwayu . . . the apple of many eyes . . . artistically in- 3 , , clined. L14 Destination: New Paltz Normal School. Page eighteen . fL9w1'L.4 . Jada, 'X l fry Lf J, WMIJ, MARGARET HAURTMANN Y W ,J,!fJ "Peggy" J J Q "A woman is always changeable and capricious." JI, Good student . . . prize typist . . . friendly . . . 4, self-contained . . . modest. Destination: Beautician School. FRED E. HUMPHREY "Fred" "I exist as I am. If no other be aware, I sit content." Bashful and blushful . . . good science student . . . always in a rush . . . bothersno one . . . radio bug . V. . delights in flying kites. Destination: Union College. f VICTOR HUNGERFORD tv if UVic!! I "All that typifies a prince, tall, dignified and , handsome and withal a lurking sense of humor." X ij ,-,fy Orchestra 3, 4, Boys Chorus 4, Riding Club. 2.9 U4 M K Aptly described by motto . . . truly a Wit . . . X2 " amazing sense of humor . . . blond . . . quiet on 'F 'J' rv the surface . . . always seen with Bob . . . budding Qi ,tl W , Rubinoff. Destination: New Platz Normal School. RICHARD E. JANSEN ClDick7! "Your hero always should be tall, you know." J. V. Basketball 3, Treasurer of F.F.A. 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 4. 'Tall . . . dark . . . drives as if he was on the Roosevelt Speedway . . . aspires for an aviation career . . . likes agricultureiand athletics. Destination: New Paltz Normal School. Page nineteen V , 5 ,,,,.,f,f WU WC 4f,w f X -J l " J': MJ! HJ' f X wi I J Xl I ff X ,f yi f . Mgr, . F , ,UW . I I , J f J MARTIN KELLEY :zMartyrv "Some men are good for righting wrongs, and some for writing verses." Inter-class Touch Football 4, Intramural Bas- ketball4. Shy. . .blushes easily . . . hard worker . . . great literary ability . . . swell friend. . . generous to a fault. Destination: Not formulated. MARGARET KEVAN "Kevan" "This lass so neat with smile so sweet, has won W MV ,W WW our right good will." Glee Club 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Riding Club 4, Operetta 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. Tall . . . attractive lassie . . . always neat . . . desirous pupil . . . captain of this year's basket- ball team . . . violinist. ' Destination: College. M' 1 JOHN HENRY KOCH I "Cookie" I "I am advised to give her music o'morningsg they say it will penetrate. Give me some music: music, moody food of us that trade in love." N.Y. State Band 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 4, N.P.N. Band 1, 2, 3, 4.' Toots a trumpet . . . valuable asset to school orchestra . . . affections centered in Rosendale . . . good company . . . carefree . . . happy about the whole thing. Destination: 'Not formulated. CHARLES LANGWICK "It is better to have loved and lost then never to have loved at all." Senior Operetta, Intramural Basketball, Debat- ing, Riding Club, Announcement Committee, Boys Chorus. Great talker . . . very romantic . . . kinda hand- some . . . loves politics and arguments . . . may be future presidental timber . . . curly locks . . . neat . . . swell dresser. Destination: Not formulated. Page twenty 'Sv X 1 ,I 7 J s , X if I .1 , 1 X 1 ' ,I X , Q ,. , xx , A I I' x X X, kk-uv -4,3 kk-' x J in Q A . X' Vx X-,A kkx. Ky, s, ' ' N' x H1 nk RXXAXX ix! ,kv La. lx .V , Rav ye, M11 Vi: X J , A-, A Y l fl .11 ll W. . K. .fd 4. I l v f . D ' 4 xl Xl, N X EVA MASKEN HEVGH "Merit wins the soul and charms strike the sight." O.M.N. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Announcement Committee 4. Easy on the eyes . . . swell athlete . . . elegant basketball player . . . pride of Springtown . . . not really bashful although she blushes easily . . Q usually seen with Thelma . . . imported from Jamaica . . . swell kid . . . loads of fun. Destination: Not formulated. ETTA MERTINE "Shorty" "A friend is, as it were, a second self." Usually seen with May . . . quiet . . . usually hungry before noon . . . dimple in chin . . . "shag- ger". Destination: Not formulated. .f J . si X .yfsns-I J- 5sil.g-Nl gx 1 TX-,RMK X-,Rx M kk' n -,, lx x. 'l x K X -.V .. J-4 Q XL X I ROBERT REED LASHER, JR. HB0-bu , "High erected thoughts seated in a heart of courtesy." Boys Chorus 4, Ring Committee 4, Riding Club 4, Senior Operetta 4. Dignified . . . entrancing voice . . . perfect dic- tion . . . appreciates good books . . . intelligent . . . marvelous performance in Senior operetta. Destination: New Paltz Normal School. MARGARET LIPPERT ulviaggien "And rank for her meant duty, various yet equal in its worth, done worthilyf' Basketball 2, 3, Manager 2, 3, 4, O.M.N. 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Class Treasurer 4, Librarian 4, Operetta 4, Ping-pong Champ 3, Third Place in Foul Shooting Contest 3. Competent treasurer without whom dues would have never been collected . . . likes to try out latest dance steps . . . ping-pong shark . . . good mixer. Destination: Government typist. G Page twenty-one Wg K, L xjgnlx-'L-y. 55 L5g4,A,vx.fu.,,' ... MUQJJJMQAMU Jaaawuzfwvb ZZ, Www 44M-LQ, C9.7'Vl- 74. PW! Adwaf-w..Mo,, VV? X, X ,jfgfb-LQ I-'YQ cf, Nylufdy- Lf ,h,,.d f, X .7-- V, if Vfiw' 'Vwwyyyfufui F f X - x: 56,19-pgs. fgif JK., DOROTHY MARIE QUICK V "Quickie" "A disposition more valuable than gold." Glee Club 3, 4, Operetta, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3. Quiet . . . unobtrusive . . . willingly co-operates in all school functions . . . reliable . . . easy to get along with . . . smiling. Destination: Not formulated. RUTH MARIE RODRIAN "Her hair was the first gold." Librarian 4, Basketball 4, Glee Club 3, 4. Small . . . blonde . . . resident of Plutarch . . . cute dimples . . . able librarian . . . sweet voice . . . cause of many a quickened heartbeatq Destination: Not formulated. Page twenty-two JOHN MORAN "Buck" "And the girls all cried, 'He's quite the trick'." Intramurals 2, Baseball 4, President of the Stu- dent Senate 4, Vice-President 'of Class 2. Good looking . . . not a woman hater . . . popu- lar . . . good dancer . . . in fact an ideal man . . . bashful and blushes easily . . . a delovely wave in his hair. Destination: Not formulated. ELMER H. PELHAM "Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well." Basketball Manager 2, 3, Huguenot Staff 3, 4, Riding Club 4, Chairman of Party Committee 4, Operetta 4. Aid to senior class . . . great horseman . . gentleman . . . appreciates art fstudentj . generous . . . ever willing to help. g Destination: New Paltz Normal School. Blondie" J , J" JJ K K- A I JJ fs' 9 I w Y ,: 1 1 J V v' 'Nl .W yn f. f ' 1 1 " If . jbjil fy. s 1 f' I K f l if ffil J .u NKen!! Senior Operetta 4. Rosey they all contented like me ?" A.M. .. . . really enjoys life. KENNETH ROOSA 4 "Large was his bounty and his soul sincere." Good natured . . . always chewing gum . . . ladies man . . . good chauffeur . . . mighty heave f , in his right hand . . . pleasingly plu . J X Destination: Not formulated I I r ff NN af 1-Nix' Qgxxeda -ff, "Happy am Ig from care I'm free. Why aren t CH 2 ES RosENF LDT Cute . . . good ping-pong player . . . peppy . . . quite a Romeo . . . usually first in school every Destination: Not formulated. l J . l A uv 7? 1 Due! JV JOSEPH SAVAGO I JVM . I uJ0en N R J K "Who is that that darkeneth council without 61 My knowledge ?" if. . Athletic Manager 2, 3, 4, Inter-class Basketball ' yyvvs - 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Inter-class P' Baseball 2, 3, Publicity Committee of Operetta. 'Q-k Dark . . . teacher's trial . . . likes to air views V and usually does . . . great talker . . . keen dresser . . . slightly exaggerative. Destination: New Paltz Normal School. a dw MTC. MARGUERITE scH1Ro 0' P."9- caGreeksv Jos. F- "A southern accent is the soul of a language: a .. it gives the feeling and truth to it." vice-president of O.M.N. 4. ,wind ,Ju- Small . . . dark . . . attractive . . . ever smiling N9- . . . willing worker. . .southern drawl . . . cute . . . IJ-f .. likes dancing . . .prominent member of the O.M.N. ,u1,g, aa, Destination: Not formulated. A ' f fw Page tw 1 ,f f s Y' Un MARIANNE L. SCHNEIDER "She sings aloud of the clear blue sky and yodels cares away." Glee Club 3, 4. Singer of cowboys' songs . . . likes to cut study hall . . . Plutarchian . . . lover of winter sports . . . quiet. Destination: Krissler's Business School. L MARY A. SCHNEIDER 'X . 1' "Mickey" "True ease have those who have learn'd to l S Y 'il L, .fwilpiano . . . accompanist at all our school functions ' I which have been too many to enumerate . . . origi- t ll l :J-'P l lf' 0 .of ' luirfd i v 1 -..M - A 1' ,- .1 'J 1 1 . ' 1 J Ayr ,, - .1 X U lv' X' ,'I s dance." Swell dancer . . . dark . . . vivacious . . . dark, sparkling eyes . . . many heart interests . . . Etta's constant companion. Destination: Dressmaking School, New York. I GERTRUDE FRITZELIA SIMPSON , "Gert" ' , .,"Her ivory hands on the ivory keys strayed in ' abeautiful fantasy." A, P' Orchestra 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Operetta, Junior l ' PProm, School Accompanist. I V' - Expert of the keyboard . . . can really play the nal and creative . . . asset to class . . . a . . . dark . . . prefers an out-of-town lad, however. Kc T" Destination: Julliard School of Music. 4 I WILLIAM R. SKAHAN V.,-'ja ,,- "Bill" fff' . ' "They say Women and music should never be 2 . dated." l I i' Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural base- fl ' H , ban 2, 3, Touch Football 4, orchestra 3, 4, Prom ' Committee 3, Skits 2, 3. 1 ' ' Musically inclined . . . may be a serious com- petitor for Benny Goodman some day . . . is tall 4 fand prefers tall fems . . . freckles . . . cute . . . a i "trucking" fan. I , , Destination: U. S. Naval Academy. Q Page twenty-four yovv-"', M JN- 'qlaiaxxzexnsj'-I pw' ,WLM C6932 W xv. 0 . , I . Tab X W wr T649 has-6 .5 -ov Qkxvukjdzh QVKIV- VD' 'W RACHEL SMILEY ' X JF "Rachie" h "Her sunny smile and disposition radiate about er." ' O.M.N. 4, Glee Club 4, Riding Club 4, Senior Class Secretary. Literary genius . . . new addition to class but well liked . . . very efficient secretary . . . pleasing voice . . . keen history student . . . excellent horse- back rider . . . enjoys winter sports. Destination: Philadelphia School of Industrial Art. f' ALBERT D. SMITH L4 1zC,4,g.,p "Smitty" 'V' Jeff, 1 ' so." . 7 Inter-class Baseball 2, 3, 4, Inter-class Basket- ,f f ball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. Tall . . . dark . . . quite a ladies' man . . .pals with Kenny . . . N.P.N. flame . . . good taste in females . . . gets along swell with the faculty. Destination: Western Union School. "The way to be happy is to help make others FA ', DONALD TEN HAGEN W Z UDOHH ' 1 - 5 K "A banker's son inherits many cares. The bank may break, and soft, white hands could hardly ,Q GL earn a living." J Ping-pong player deluxe . . . school champ . . . quiet . . . banker's son . . . absent quite a bit due 2' to illness . . .poker face. . . blond . . . good looking . . . hair constantly has a slick appearance. Destination: Business Administration. EDWARD F. TIFFANY HTiff7, "The wildest colts make the best horses." Intramural baseball 2, 3, J .V. Basketball 3, Var- sity 4, F.F.A., Huguenot Staff 3, 4, Baseball 4, Ring Committee, Inter-class Basketball 2, 3. Worries continually over his model gas station that he hopes to own someday . . . swell basketball player . . . small but plenty tough . . . wavy hair . . . cute . . . uses lots of energy . . . infectious giggle . . . more fun. Destination: Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Page twenty-five . ,nj 0-! - U!!! -J J of rl. . ,N-ff . Q W6 My Ai, ' P ',xx'V!VJ.!!V ' ,Al-JVM W of" c. f X M W W , PY . .V vjf' LORNA VAN ORDEN L 'dx jf "Ease with dignity." ' fly, ,NI Glee Club 3, 4, orchestrw, o.M.N. 2, 3, 4, Presi- - C. dent 4, Debate 3, Operetta, Ring Committee, Rid- A ing Club 4. ,aff Attractive . . . popular president of O.M.N. . . . dignified . . . respected . . . fine student . . . plays piano with admirable skill. Destination: Not formulated. GEORGE D. WINFIELD cawindyyv "The race by vigor, not by vaunts, is won." Basketball. Peppy . . . novel . . . object of many affections . . . swell cheer leader . . . flexible . . . athletic . . . appreciates good recordings . . . witty . . . . . . nifty dresser . . . one of our finest dancers. Destination: Parks Air College. . Hawk. L-'we-..'. ' IL,--.5 1.k.l,A,9.. ' THELMA WINFIELD :MANS "In each cheek appears a pretty dimplef' O.M.N. 2, 3, 4, Student Senate Secretary 3, Class President 3, Announcement Committee, Basket- ball 3. Petite . . . lovely smile . . . two gorgeous dini- ples . . . her picture doesn't do her justice . . . although she had two fine years of basketball, she didn't play in her last year . . . Eve's in- separable chum . . . likes reading . . . great sport. Destination: Business School in New York City. M DOROTHEA B. ZAENGLE HD0tH uusxuug, J '--all-3.x HK..-, -VLQNJYQ an fuk, x.. -1- 6 "Though last, not least in love." Glee Club 3, 4, Student Senate 3, Sophomore Party 3, 4, Amateur Show 3, Senior Operetta, Christmas Party 3, 4. Tap dancer extraordinary . . . another Rosen- dale miss . . . good sport . . . always willing to help Y out . . . hard to tell just Where her affections lie . . . big help in all school social functions. C fl i 4 Destination: New Paltz Normal School. ' ,MJ iii- ' Page twenty-six - i JJ- QW, 4 ,cbswsc ,K f L Qfwiw li' . V ,WW ,Y w vfiavag , X We ff 'iliig ffffqia- f 1:2E?:. f V424 - xx M w .fm ::--V":' fn ,,:: - ,, ,Q ' N 1 ,519 Eisiwl X ' if yy, - ua, ., ,.. X A ' A! Min: ' " f :if 'L , 'MEF " - 5. 5 - ff X ' 4 ff- ,fx . ' "W,-,- 2 ssfifagff ' 1' 22 ,: fff' --QB f'f"f 5E5375i"1: ' My 'a' ',1 ,ff L LV- M2 'fill 'Y fi' y 1 W f Z., M Q xg f- ,1, ,. W k - ,- ,1-zzz' J 1 - ,w 1' ' Q 4 X f :aux 1 1 2 ,t I -2- ,444 1 XJ , ' 51:-7-"1:.11f5f1?7, wx 1' , . ,-' ' llgyg' ?.Z:lL51" ,' Qx , ly 1-r- - ,167 im,-iv- V A 7' Q' 'Negra 7" f QS55- Lx 'E af, J" f - .wgg,f - ,LEQQ in um X, Y ---- . .' -- I ' ' x '- 1-9" ' My 'X , -- H1 N ' W . N, '. NSN xg x, N N ' V, f Wx X NN ' -Lx:-12" WN . ' , , ,g V! 'XY' - I' Y C ' " " ' l I 511,-mg, s-' Wm 'M f ' ' - N, x p .f5n:..g WX -7 'S N i 5 l we -ask -f 2 -1 . , I ' Q V. 1,y'Tf5,Qn n ' 'H f is r , 1 xx 5 . --fav -Q f JW ' Q I f N A Cb ., vs 0 .+,e'!,'N5.yJQ ' I W N 'ffw 4 -. 'v' ' 0 45 v'1f"i 'Ui' I ' . '11 ,' , 1 1 , ' 'xx , S 6 - D A", -1 Q' ""- I - X ff ' , 'agnkwl Q. - 1 ' 'X 1 ' ...gn :,l I I . lv' I 3 ' --4' Nm 'ri I ' f L 'H' "' Y -.--M 'YQVL ---V -,, ,, - ""'..4 fl, ' 4.5-' .f 2- ' I , ., - X '-QS-::.,k:-qv-M M I: 2 'A V 'Wg' - -. -1"--1-.Af-f-f - ' . . ' ...f ."-- I-'-5"": , ..,, ' ij ,,.. xiii? f..f'.,.L'Il"1'5T.E1E!i:T:l '-""""'x'S'x 'XX'-1 Nr 1.1131 -1-4:-au:-12 - 1115-:ruff f - ' f ' - f :"'1 7 A . f f --' -- fth v h, 'f A V' l - : F ', l-.' 1- , jf -'-I:-,F ,,,, f f U if ik 6 l law lj-I jf f I ,yf W 1 A ff' I 2 liz" 1' f ' ,jf f fo My I X! jf ' 1 f' '11 J 1 -if '--'h' T " 1 4-"' " .. . V by 1.f2'f2i J 4 Hmmm A JUNIOR CLASS Thomas Pallus ........................ ' ...................................... President Rose LeFevre ................................ ....... ........ V i ce President Evelyn Neilson .........,.,........ ,.............. 1 .Secretary Marie Feeley ..............................,...,............................. Treasurer Miss Cronin and Mr. Lake ............................ Faculty Advisors Well this year, 1937-38, finds last year's green sophomores very suc- cessful Juniors. V ' The first activity that the Juniors engaged in was the inter-class touch football tournament, from which we immerged the victors. On December 11, we took great pride in holding our Junior Prom. It was a great success and was talked about for a long time afterwards. Then when basketball season rolled around we were proud to have three of our fellow classmates make the varsity. Two as 'star players of the teams and one as varsity substitute. The Junior varsity players gave great promise of being in the lime- light during next year's basketball season. As Juniors we have had a very happy and successful year and look forward to a more prosperous senior year. We will miss this year's seniors when they graduate but we have com- plete confidence that they will succeed. 1 Page twenty-eight SOP!-IOMORE CLASS Mrs. McKenna, Miss Caffrey, and Mr. Heinsohn Advisors Murray Jenkins ..... ................... P resident Harry Kniffen ....... ......... V ice President Elizabeth O'Neill ..... ............... S ecretary Olive Atkinson ...... ........ T reasurer In September of 1937 we Sophomores shyly stood on the threshold of New Paltz High School. We were a large class and crowded all others off the top floor to make room for ourselves. Despite our firsttimidity we were made to feel at home by an enjoyable party given for us by the Seniors. In the fall we gave a benefit movie. Due to our amateur efforts, it wasn't too much of a success. ,But here's to bigger and better things in the future! We were represented in the Student Senate by Murray Jenkins, Martin Jansen, Madeline Tabacchi, Paul Moran, Doris Corwin and Helen Atkins. Our Sophomores took an active part in basketball. We made up a large part of the Girls' Glee Club, Boys' Chorus and orchestra. Many of our members did their part to help make the operetta given by the seniors, a success. Thus we pass forward with the glow of our former success giving us every assurance that we shall continue to be a credit to the Maroon and White. Page twenty-nine -- SOPHOMORE BOYS X' PY- lf SQ EA Ja 5, SOPHOMORE GIRLS 3 2 osx Faye thirtyxl if 3.5 T N - f-' i B X A-,X v , NK ' v m 11 5 " J . in-' w X W Q- Q7 if q , IIHLHNIZHTIUN N wa. N 1 , ,os u 44 fffrfu 4 4 Zn If 4 'gi ' ' ...f .ml . g.I...:'e-:-:in . . - ff ' If I E. ,- ll., .gum-mi. ,, 5 rfii I .- '-.L-1'.zaiII'I' ggi. -:-fI551.- Is-I ".1E-'SEQ Q22-5:2122 , -ff-L2 r-1:-r-,,.:.w - ,EI W-222:22 f,-L,1',1-f- -,.-ws-: 1:2 f:2:::.A: I 1, mg In , - If I' 'U ' , -Ezgzgsizs. V: N D- ' I I I I ' ,EIQQHCAIIIIV-II Q 4, ... ,II I up 0 I uf- ,,- - , --Lf' F 1- .1-ses:-:... 'L' nf - 15 'fv . ff' -'---.::::---, ..-:.::.,!g-.. I!! -- if 4, L' 'Q .711-2 , ll' E55 'f"'I4 'AIIIIIAL ,c5?3,j,:1:,.'jfe:z - ' Eg:-...,vj-1:--..-fig:-..-5-en 7' 'uv I I VF. gf u. 1 lnugum, ' Q, I 9 N A Him.. I gps,-eg if 'Sex ,I I, ,, .W O. X, -,5, U, - .- , 'if' -'I kg A N Nqr .1-31035. "-3.4 .3-494, I --2 'fa ' ,I-I f ,, QI fd. :- X XgW4I'XYf5ZlfA5'Zff.5'o fi? -f' 4 ' , V-A. ,Q EFI N. 'K Nvxixfxx 'Mfiiix QT-35142 - 4 '. -,'-' ' Il ,-in W wx-Y,pgg:::-my ' - -- - 4 - - - f rf:- In up , - -lIllIIlIlIiI:f" I "1 1.55" F!lII , ,, -, lzf IE59 ' . HV' lv -' If H " Q 7 ' G '- "MII, XQ-?e,q11gg, 5306 1113, --' JI' ' Q' ., If ,' . ,xy .. . ,-.L-In " ,I x 4-11 5, N. H 1, N 14 in ':. Q A I IE IW -I 3 Ch.: fhf , , , I, G., ,,,, , l X, ' N-.xg-. j f ,Z if:-' 3 4551" if-QFYWEQE-1-:.-' . , ,, . , , , f- --. ,, -ff--51.11-g.g:,.:,, 5 'x.j.Zx5XI ITEIEER I- f if I. 1 N- - ',' wx- .:.' ' fl-Y -...:-:5,.g,.f- .S---1?-' qu ,:I:g:I:: ,I1jlfjgf,v:g.. Q ,. 2.1 - :-'.,g:-."-"x,.:,:f wyf--1-5' Q ':-III" , ' X-X , MY N . . p I ,Mk I I f A , 5 v,,, E, .I ,... 7 ,, xwq... q.:'- X Mxyif -'-, f' . .I ,nu , 4,:,..5.:,M,. , , 4- Q, ,541 Q ,I ,. :g 35.4 .guyz-1-:f','--:Q-.x I-Hs: 1-'55 -I-9'0" ?:g.:':-ts.aYu' WZ' -,, -.-:-w0f9"""6""::4'-N44'-'- '-"+"""J :E- ., mx, : .-XXX! " .f."v- -. 'f4"0'f -.. , --N - f -' ,fi-fiiiiiifff ,," .4-20,2-27735-1: '32-QQM 5 2'g3QS'E:3:2gh?6o:-' 5:QiRI-!,lH'?Bli1SQIE.t1l-Siklf' ' wif je:-::i.'. W-f-L1',fA,.a-1-:fm we va. had 'vow - --1-ws---51.1 -ww -1--2 - 1---:: W- .-, -'urn-.I ,'- ' 1' 00054 0"!o9Q."N 1- Nhmfi-"-'nYf'w'X1,5HvWXQ-'-1 -...gigriiph f,if..'2-.-t',f,,..,,,0 ,fl 1 - oqq,Q,v,,.w.-,Q -- N-,-,ww---.1 Q- ,NM .qx-,IIN ggqg:-lg 4' 0 Z ',,v,',g.g.yg-L17-.Wgfag flgfjgq 9o,4gbQ-Q.fogq.'Q gg- ,Nilxgq.:5-zQ3g'lx,hwIiI-,-1-,gsm .gy t '0,230,054x?tSQ5.S5iiBIIIEgEg1-migz Iszlxnquxlxigi , F ....Q X , ' . '0 Q' !' ,ff -.,: . -sly.. 4iPSp5.L"' ., . , , .. idk ' - li Aw: W 'ww' ',.E ' H -f5.'W+Q",yf ' if 0 Q' 5 ' 5 o NV? -2 -9 .- Q- 4 qs .5-xgkgnt ' ' Qii 1. ,q Q, 0 ev Q9 'Q' '33 - sc,-gf ,e...,QN 1 , R-:g-ya,-qw -NN M! xqii 953:-'Q sm 4:0 --Sjfj I iimkq 'igfllll uqimxx P' H t1XImQ x--SL N- N 1 xl N . 'X xxlxnllj, nfs! w rf - sl y c -.-gli:-' 4-ruvlp - -,:: M' fri' '9o'7"1+Q2?b'-QS'-GM--:Ie . .5- w .-,-.-.x ,'12 -4' 1 11-1-A-hffwiw limi: N H Q TIITZIBS -- . "An -" ' QQ ' 9... ---.Me 'f 4 x9 -' S 0 .-,.- s X x., ,.- Q-.-3 9 S x 2.3.-.4193 " " 'IQ,43, Q, . . I 4 to 42' If Rx. ,sg 6,550 - 439.-. x xx kxxg .-2-' -- W ...Q-ZS x 7 f ' '4515' '. 5. , f Lfss -- f EQ- 94-:EIQZE Q - X- , 4 X ' " , 'vx Q .', ..- ,Xa-X N X X Siem I x ,I v 's' m .cz 'yffj NJN J-if Rf' A ' ,yi E XJ M! Alvwlsix l Mx I JJ' X .1 X ,x V a V , ,, X 'J fxs !'j.v!f1,fVhQ!!',5yf!, fxexlg ,ri Qoyvryyf K AY W.. l , , if f sf' lf' " Q if ' ., . ..,.. , .djfvryff lf-get -Wx ui, ' Ofc., , a o.M.N. soRoRuTY qW,7'i21, This year the O.M.N. opened its '37-'38 year in October. At our open- y f I ing meeting, Miss Cronin was chosen for our advisor and new pledges were 9 selected. After a Week of initiation these girls were formally installed in the sorority. Weekly and monthly meetings have been held during the yearg prob- lems confronting the club have been discussed at weekly ones, while the monthly meetings consisted of formal meetings followed by an evening of social enjoyment. A St. Patrick festival was held March 18, 1938, at which dancing, games and refreshments were enjoyed. It is with reluctance that the Senior girls bid farewell to the O.M.N. Miss Cronin ..........,........................................... Faculty Advisor Lorna Van Orden ..... .................. P resident Marguerite Schiro .. ..... ......... V ice-President Edith Barrowman ...... .............. S ecretary Evelyn Jansen ......... .......... T reasurer June Chambers ....... ........ C ritic Page thirty-two . v N A K CMA vmafi. L! Q A 4 " 1-..,,f,91 A A WXJL, ? xl'v?SkiW 4 JUOGQ' S auf 42 DEBATING The debating teams got off to a late start this year. After several practice debates late in March the affirmative team met Highland High School at Highland and Monticello at New Paltzg the team lost both de- bates. The Negative team had debates with Arlington Central High in Arlington and Jeffersonville High School at home. The team lost to Arling- ton but won against Jeffersonville. I Debaters this year were: James Patrick Jean Ford Charles Langwick June Chambers George Duffy Miss Conard Richard Lent Rose LeFevre Robert Baum Melvin Fein John Schreiber ...Coach Page tltirty-lhrce iffliff yyipfjbejaf aww Q- - ,:,-.. Q . ,xi 1 1-. . L?N:M..,k- "m i33?"iZ3i?2rI-':.,,,gg We: ' 4'1f5i'3i"i f, A -5',Lg,a-mgg,'Q gig ,H ,w""x11M 'ng Hag,- . fi? 'fl me s5.f5".4.:1wi:?5i2: i-"W li - 'WMU 'viii-,A ffsfi f'T'.i:s5:'.,a I '. -29:fQf' ' ,ifmgglitijf1e1ff?f5'ii:E'f5 fi1F',E??, " X + sw K ,gg if -A r .V f ifx.1-X-1'4.V,.vr-iJJ,i.75'f:5.gf A rf, 1 m 'Mk' iw My fr f '-PJgfJJf.aJ?'xf'5Q lZTi'wL"- - ' , - Q - A Q 1 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The Girls' Glee Club, which proved to be so successful last year, proved to be even .more so this year. Aided greatly by the valuable assistance of the new sophomore group. The club was under the direction of Mrs. Arras and made their debut in the Senior musical production. "The Pirate's Daughter". In this operet- ta some of the members of the club held prominent positions while the remaining ones made up a great part of the chorus. Besides this appear- ance, the girls have also appeared in musical programs presented in as- sembly. Page thirty-four M' M Cy , N, Qfvf V ' - A - - BOYS' CHORUS A new organization was introduced in our school extracurricular ac- tivities this yearg it was the Boys' Chorus which was organized to give the boys who enjoy singing an opportunity to do so. Under the competent direction of Mrs. Arras, the choral group pro- gressed very rapidly and showed great promise at the end of the close of the year. The boys took part in the Senior-Operetta, "The Pirate's Daughter", and in several musical programs which were presented in assembly. Page thirty-five . ,f ,A ff-P -pv- v , -' , .1 My 'WA V aft" -ff ,,,v Y r ,uv V lrwd V N Vx, ,. ' 'jf' HN..-J v J, Xxfcrb .4 ORCHESTRA. This is the second year for the orchestra and we' find that it was a most successful one. We have two practices a week. At each practice we can be heard throughout the school trying our best to accomplish a new score. Due to the capable leadership of Mrs. Arras, we have accomplished a great deal. The orchestra was fortunate in having seven new members, all of whom have come up from the practice school. 1 The group made very few public appearances but those that were made were worth hearingg especially the musical accompaniment to the operetta given by the Senior Class. . There are several seniors in the orchestra who will be missed when the time comes to reorganize once more next year. Page thirty-six W flirt ,U I N, ,, Y , l . ,ff 1 J' V .ll ' --.- .' ' RIDING CLUB - The Riding Club was started in the High School for the first time this spring. Withsfifteen student members and a faculty member, we have had lots of fun riding usually once a week. Each Monday that the weather permitted, you could see the long line of horses traveling on one of the many roads or paths in the surrounding country of New Paltz. At first the club was the center of many bumps and thumps, but a few rides easily cured that. Now we really enjoy the trot and canter. The manager elected this year was June Chambers. Other members: Lorna Van Orden Helen Atkins Rachel Smiley Richard Lent Margaret Kevan James Patrick Harriet Corwin Charles Langwick Jean Ford Robert Lasher Corinne Ackert Victor Hungerford Kay Peterson Elmer Pelham Miss Conard Page thirty-seven tv'--Q.. Page lim-U1-cigllft , 'rg-vw . . . -v-Q, 4 . , ' w- - , ,,,, -. ., ,:'::::,'.1 ,-- . - '- - f ng---,.-.:-, , 1 -7-. ,:- 535:35 's::::25' Q T29 ati- " Fi fT:a5:Z:::.1 :Gm -I 2P'51'5-A :f5Tf'1'5f5. f:::.r.9 'J-fzsfz: --wa. vr. 4 vw- 1-'w-A '-'fffszi' ' ww' L'rSMr 2b" .......'.. -- . , .,1,-svn. - ym. - - ,. r.-m ,.'.'.,-- ,-,- nnuu 5' 13 ,'u.".1'l'n1 ' Y. gl" , .'..,J' '5 -'-5 AFV: 4 " " U..2., ,, 5t,:g"Qf.t5 7.33: N-'mf'-'A 1 '35 gm .4?6.,..' i- -7 'Hal yf'-' view- -- !.:.y .2-.3 ::.".'z:ap-- gag 521334 frm I-,-., gg,-1 ' -:Hg filet: km :fx if':?:I1Z2!L1' ,Ji 34:2 if-25 ste' viva PEE. 3,-.l.'fs..'..5:-.1 gg,-3 fb-..,.-.-.15-Q 5 fi ,, 57. .3514 mga: rar. . .1 '-."- " 'ff""' "1!' Q'5'I'Z.'I - '7 .If ,-"1. "ffl .-- v"': -ff -'G-1!"?.159Ff1 32-1 f'5'-"' fir? 5'-3' :' N " 1 ,'1:'2'- 5I"'Q 1'-:ei ' "-'fr' I .fre ,,, ,,,. Al ,,,,,, . ,. ..-...r .. - .-, . A lp . vu., .--. .. ,, , ,,,,,, .., .... uvfnflf ' ., ,f 0,-'Q .rrgi 'SEQ .-.-5:1 b.'u.n- v-nfl xg-,555 Q-53.4.-14 .1iZ,,2:.':'.-- "UA" " ' ' 3' --f-- " '1s:.... , ::ax:.'N' 'fu ,.- ---- ..,..1a.. -Q-5 r.-fir , V -Q 1 ggi . ag-.H ,Syl L YY 'I' 5 ff .14 ' an g '-H ,I ,W , .., ,, ,,,. . 3: I, -1, Gi... ew' ..., f ' "1" 2 - . 1 N .ng '. 1,20 -NFQX , , ,anal o W xx , ,-1 f - .... ,Gy-1 A .A " .- ..5,.., ' fx' Y , ,qqwf ' 'Sir W, ,Ii3'1" -. . W 'xxx -. " .".1ii25 ' fy my E1:i'f:ggi:, ,.,:,:,,A,9,5,f':'x'- .-- - .-Jw.. 'f I - ,Q , , -- -vi '. 7 -,-:':,., ,. . V.-. .mix-un : 'ue' g f f 1'3" "1,4..-.. - ' , ,, '- f -f-'-wiv-'-A -, -.3 , .7,- 3, .L sw, '. fu .':j72.v5g-,g-m...:. . ,.. .g ' -. 'J Aacduv m..u.----1'..".,L',i-ff "f:'.'ie - 41:11.-3:53, ,xg H-' R ff- :-'-m.g.- -- --.....a1'.f.-.i,.... Q.. .,, . 'PQ .nn . -....::, .. -Q - 5. zz' L E. isglegg.. 1, .--111.1 '-2'3" ' , "" .X Q Tfhiivxf' D ' ' git' QI' 3, -' 71- . it ..:..,.:: .nf ,if-."-.yi 171' . I-' 'G f-'ffl ..F.-tr-4'-31, F937 C iw x M, 1x -- Ax. , ' - , 1 - fn. Lv 'I 'g'1:'., I'-11 ,H QI' g , .,s.g W y .V '-... ' ,,.. H- , f s -fl f:M ' ?:' E-,--, . ' . :ff-:I-zt?.?.-Le' 'Z' .i,fri'f' 74-, .:5" ' "QV H " " ' ' qv ' If-ff-"""'1faI" ,jig I X , -:-fp rv' -.ff , ., GV- wr: W - .A ::- , ' , -.3 A --5.15 N I, f, 5, 1:24 ' -, LH., X., HQ" '- 'WIS :'f-x '-'fins-'f r 5" 'F' 5.7, 'Sui .Q fbi" J' H . , ff :N x 51. ai ir. 5' V I ,...- X X X I. " JSF" , ifsffg f. N Yr, 45 1 5752,-'g , , 1 f , ':.." dp- . Ja' fi' in-L. ky- 5 45-,av XXX -QQ, If- .Tj gi f 45 -.'v I 5-ra ,, NN .jab '--, ' ,. 5 -: ' 4 1, n 1 , QV 'f ' X, ' ' -lr X ' I, W., lr EE! kgs. Q ., any-,f ly , ga -,:. ' . 1,9 1 :n I X . land- H, iw .. 16 . f :5-III 1 brass. '.I - - 'us 1 if In , J. ' . fi. .. ' .5'?'f1P" V -:Af "'3:"' A :!:!.!' ' ,- L, ., . . 9 P ' 2 " ,ut-,H , '-fair ":-'S, " 4 zl. 'ig - ,.- 5,- .-,3:1'm'i"" L.-Auf-L Y "Clif ' ' ' BOYS' BASKETBALL VARSITY John Connell, Captain Joseph Savago, Manager John Duffy George Manolakes Edward Tiffany Clifford Conklin At Home New Paltz ........ ......... 1 0 "'Kerhonkson New Paltz ........ ......... 1 2 Pine Bush . New Paltz ......... ......... 2 6"' Oakwood New Paltz ......... ......... 2 9 'Marlboro ..,.. New Paltz ........ ......... 3 2 Alumni ....... New Paltz ........ ......... 2 6 Walden ....... New Paltz ........ .......... 3 7 'Highland New Paltz ........ ......... 2 3 "'Wallki1l ....... New Paltz ........ ...,...... 3 9 Riordan ..... New Paltz ........ .......... 2 6 Normal Res New Paltz ,,,,,,.. .......... 3 6 Riordan ..... Abroad New Paltz ........ ......... 1 6 Walden ....... New Paltz. .-...... ......... 2 1 "'Wallkil1 ,..... , New Paltz ......... ......... 1 0 Marlboro ..... New Paltz ........ ......... 1 3 'Kerhonkson New Paltz ........ ......... 2 3 Highland ..... New Paltz ......... ......... 2 5 Oakwood ..... Page forty Won 103 Lost 7 J X . KJ V 9 fir! ll' M' x X A w nl A J . A ' ' X, GIRLS' BASKETBALL VARSITY Manager, Margaret Lippert Captain, Margaret Kevan Corinne Ackert Evelyn Jansen Katherine Beebe Virginia J uckett June Chambers Eva Masken Esther Clearwater Geraldine McCord Doris Corwin Mildred Mocko ' Laura Dunham Ruth Rodrian Marie Feely Dorothy Rose The girls' varsity of 1937-38 headed by Captain Margaret Kevan was composed of new material. J uckett, Chambers and Ackert making up the forward wall while veterans Clearwater, Masken and Kevan rounded out the rest of the team. The girls had the spirit but the lack of experience made them fall behind their opponents. Ready to help in tight spots were Feely, Beebe, Mocko, Rose, Corwin, Dunham-, Rodrian, McCord, and Jansen who played well in reserve. Page forty-o11,e JUNIOR VARSITY After a shaky start, the junior varsity basketball team improved rapidly and began playing fine basketball at the close of the season. They were so impressive, in fact, that We feel certain that they will prove to be very able Varsity players in the future. The members of the team were: John Chase Egbert Rhinehart Bruce Conklin John Longo Howard Eckert Carl Lillberg Axel Johansen Harry Kniffen Page forfy-two ii! Q 111 BASEBALL TEAM Playing its first year with uniforms, this seasons baseball team seems to be showing great form and at the time of this writing is showing the way in the NOSU League race. The team in general is well balanced with the batting power evenly distributed as is the fielding prowess. ' 1 The team Arthur Lyons Robert Thomas Carl Lillberg John Duffy 's made up of the following boys: John Connell- George Manolakes Clifford Conklin Edward Schmalkuche Samuel Sinagra Samuel Hermance Joseph Savago Edward Tiffany Page forty-three X i I 1 . -k ' l-zzyjill ,- z "H . . , - 1. If I I I '. VM- x ',."1 , ,lg-hz' - - ,f 'fi ' -", ' - ' '.'1,'-' 'FI- ,. s S152-? f"fif.G?5f1fivZQZ:-fc lifrzuai- ' ' ' ff" 4275-if-'?ff.'e"'i!.F:'.ii-l.'z'qi?"Z' -iweijaiff?-??3'. .ff ' wi -4 4 W . . 1 4.-',a',gQg:-,4Q4'1!Qf. -, fy: 55---.P:,.g'-' U-'. If. - .5- gif?-Q. 1 S447 V l 1 .1n-'!-'it:.:::ff--154.15-.1Iwi-'B-'1 ffb-.fr N:.4 ', ,- ' 4 '-'10-Njvv -when ,, ,ar4f:r3f:f',gr1f-ig,,yfgf-1 L-1-:.:-:.-K' ' 1-Q-wma ,5,J'.sfv W mfffrz--V-af'1fff ""'4ff'-1 - ww .- ff .1 . pw--,4-,---,:v" ff' 112- -.:" 11 " 'f' 4 " , ,H ' ug. . 1 1 . - -- , 215C:'ff'1,g3'11?'.z:.1fn'- :-'.!7i.w 1 ' V - -. '.,f,-2f',i!Qv3:f6'?'4! ,lv , 15 f'f?'.3?. zu- :fn-,fn-'. iz.-N 1---f"..1"' fm, '. 51-",4".'YKf-195 ,Q yr X-'Z--ay. af, .,,,,f.:., s . , 4.5.1 1, - .. U., ,-yn, . , , Ab.-X M,.f,'.. Qi., mf, 1 , 5344. 1 ,. .. .4fzffz-fm2434-fwf ':- .ff1v::.1 f I--:X "f-ww n f ,A fx -fvw577:f3'7'?":"'ff:? -13455 ' 'f v1"'.W 'f 4 'iifmig "4"5Vlf I L" Q51,17f'A""Xzi'?wl W5-1-':'1L37-V2-iff-'f J-11' , ' "-1".X- r , . 1 9' "2 S . f J. ,2fiz'v'g?-if-g1?f.-'-5132: 'in ufii?-' ' 1f'1ff,ilm"P.Q- my 4' M? X Xifhiwg 1'-vm .w3'gi-12-'g'5,:lj:i.fmirfivffggg,21,.gf Lx -1.1-w"ii'I1J3'-g., Q U " mifzifffl--9'-:'+"lf-fx-f "U -" - -' 4 '75- '5""3lf:-f"'?fv5"-x R K ' Wx .k7.f,:I'., 1 --' , 1-y,'1,+ 54- , , '-25 "v' -,ff 1 '!,'i,1Mu'.,-ln, H. - , " X ! '1 li " " '11, MTW"-f.',v-,.""' 'M QU ' "' z .1'5w'Lf 'z.P1 - .53 .' ,gm--,,v li"54"j-,"'I"5 4.92: ,,1 X LJ-1 G -3 -'ww Qu- '1xgzLxWW'eW ,-"314,,1u-1."' A ' J: -. ,- , .H ,.. - .AAA J:ii,N,gv1',n91'mA-vNina 1--,-I -,gf "' gf, 5 'v k-xx-' P' ,qv , V'-wk . , ..:Z:.-31.45 I.: ig., ..z1y'...,4 ,,.3 xQ5Hi,3iVVl1! CZGQRX - - - emi f n, "- rm. b' . ff-7 X3 , w 4 l , v . I ' - .' . M -.J , . .- ,iw ..-. I, X 'ma fax 5: .N-XXI .W l gs XX 1 . , A . X . -g,.5ya': '. -f -X , f " Lv' ' -' 'HMM ' aQ -. . ' ip 'WN " J--Sw - -A . - if if aff,-vfffx " W .- . 'll' ,ax -.gx - 14 , . If '-'35 -1 ' ' u' - - -. 4A.-. f,,.,.,- " -, L .. . -,iz-as I t 1 . I - X. may w -- 'I , , I- jf " f-1' ' .. b, ' cw g F 4 , 1 ,I 2 ,u -, , I X 5 8, Xe, ix ef. ' : . - - , J - " . e life ---" A 0-t u , 1. A .,. " Qs iw 1- 1:."' I 4' fj, 'Q , 5f2i'E'xff73iff 9 ff, 2-:wg-:1.i.f'f1Is4 . f ,'.,.pw ,V 4' X. ,. 'fr-fi"'.'F-"'?.-. 'ln A Emi 13, 3..,1-,::1- "w'.w,ii 'f . 95,9 fl " N" .- ff.: w ' . .fel "iffy"-5, , fini: i4,.::31gQf' Cf ' :.-gig --.' ,n',' cj ' 'Vi v.' ," F-. ' " -f+','f7wQ:-1 'ii'-1 ' .. :zillfii '3' ., ,-'i".g.95-523 54,-:F ' ' "-.I "IJ '. - :Af-TEE -. .V ., Q 5-f .. wa . ' fisifa ' 'Qi A ' CLASS HISTORY As we turn back the pages of the log of the good ship "High School" it seems but yesterday that we first embarked in the sea of higher know- ledge. So enjoyable and so interesting has our voyage been that it seems incredible that we set sail nearly three years ago in September 1935. We were welcomed on board with a party of dancing and refreshments by the Senior Class. This party helped us to become better acquainted with our new friends and classmates. y For president of our class in our Sophomore year we elected George Wicks, as vice-president, John Moran, for secretary, George Manolakes and as treasurer, George Oates. Our faculty advisors were Miss Wicks Mr. Livingston. The remainder of the year we occupied ourselves, mainly, with the new tasks we ,had undertaken. Although we didn't sponsor many social activities, we took part in and enjoyed the sporting events of the year. However, in June we gave a farewell party with games and dancing to the Seniors in return for the party they had given us when' we entered the school. The second year of our voyage was much more eventful than the first. We missed many of the faces familiar to us the 'year before but we became quickly acquainted with the new and lively students of the class of '39, We chose very capable Thelma Winfield for president of the class and as vice-president, John Moran was again elected. Margaret Lippert was elected as class secretary and for class treasurer, Eva Masken. In our Junior year our class advisors were Mrs. McKenna and Miss Caffrey. From ournclass were drawn several members of the school orchestra and glee club formed and conducted by a new member of .the faculty, Mrs. Arras. Several of the excellent performers in the Senior Amateur Show belonged to our class, too. In May 1937, climaxing the social activities of the school year our class sponsored 'a very successful and largely attended prom. In September we entered the school for the last time with high hopes Page forty-six and ambitions and a certain feeling of importance and dignity at now being Seniors. In the same month we gave a party welcoming our new and very vivacious schoolmates, the Sophomores, to our building. We elected Sylvia Goldwasser, president of the class, and George Mano- lakes, vice-president. Rachel Smiley, a new member of our class, was chosen as secretary and Margaret Lippert treasurer. In November, after several weeks of rehearsing we presented an operet- ta "The Pirate's Daughter". We were ably assisted by all the members of the faculty and many members of the Junior and Sophomore Classes. "The Pirate's Daughter" was the first entertainment of its kind ever to be given by the New Paltz High School. It proved to be a great success and was attended by over four hundred people. The remainder of our Senior year was occupied with intensive study and preparation for commencement, class night and the publication of the "Huguenot". Page forty-seven CLASS GRUMBLES Our world cruise into the Sea of Learning started very smoothly last September. When we were but a week out, Charles Langwick, who has a very "economic" mind, very successfully obtained a certain "Pool" who was new on board. We had three other new hands. The first, Robert Baum, persisted for many months in trying to cultivate a mustache, but finally gave it up. The second, Herbert Ackerman, although very small was continually in the way. The third, Rachel Smiley, was seldom seen with a very enthusiastic escort. We had three sailors who were extremely hard workers, Mary Eicks, Dorothea Zaengle, and Sylvia Goldwasser. In fact, we wonder if there's anything they failed to take notes on in history class. There was, also, another trio that became famous in our history class. It consisted of Mel- vin Fein, Frank Connell and John Connell Qwe might also include Don Ten Hagenj. We wonder if these deck hands ever worked except under the fierce eye of Skipper Cronin. There was one problem that we had to overcome. It was adopting ourselves to working with the accompaniment of annoying sounds. The worst of these were the boisterous bluffing of Joe Savago, the Brooklyn accent of Mike Bevacqua, and the cute giggle of Albert Smith. And speaking of noise, reminds us of the ship's orchestra. Our con- ductor, Mrs. Arras, carried away by enthusiasm, sometimes forgets she is holding a baton, with the result that some person' may be knocked on the head. Before the orchestra begins its practicing, one may hear the corny "fiddling" of Russell Carpenter, the doubtfully hot swing of Bill Skahan, James O'Brien and Jack Koch, and the vigorous pounding of the piano by Gertrude Simpson. Charles Rosenfeldt was in our orchestra last year but he did not join this year. What's the matter, Charlie, did you get seasick? Three oflour mates, Butch Dunham, George Winfield, and Dick Jan- sen, are on board so seldom that we cannot criticize them. Although Fred Humphrey seldom misses a class, he never seems to have any spare time for our social events. Perhaps his radios are more interesting. Perhaps. Miss Caffrey very seldom attends any affairs at the High School but one person we are sure to see is Elmer Pelham, who is usually in charge of the sale of candy. If Elmer is not strictly honest We can expect to see him put on some weight in the near future. Page forty-eight Miss Levinson, we wonder what you do poring over papers, when you have Ann Gurovich correct all your typing papers? None of our crew seemed good enough to suit Evelyn Jansen. She chose a member of the Normal School and, by the way, Edith Barrowman usually accompanied them. Were you interested, too, Edie? For a few days during the year, we had a dancing class. Among those who attended were two very contrasting mates, Ken Roosa and Martin Kelly. We have not seen either of them dance since. What hap- pened to you, Ken, you and Evelyn Hasbrouck made such a good pair. Maybe Marty is more interested in developing his poetical inclinations. This, however, is' not true of Etta Mertine and May Schnieder who very often gave us an exhibition of what they thought to be the "Shag". Marguerite Schiro has a lot of trouble pronouncing her French. It must be that Southern accent that bothers her. That reminds us, Mrs. McKenna, couldn't you variate your French class once in awhile: We always know what to expect from you. Miss Cronin, we never know what to expect from you. You scurry around and talk so fast we can't keep up with you. Couldn't you "Be more tranquil"? We think Eva Masken's title of most athletic girl also applies to her face. Perhaps Thelma Winfield could share the title. Margaret Lippert, our treasurer, had a great deal of trouble in col- lecting class dues. You might have asked for them once in awhile, Mar- garet. A better plan might have been to have Tiffany help you, he seems to have gotten tough in the past year. Bob Lasher was a very successful necromancer in our operetta last fall. You should have used some of your power on yourself, Bob. You wouldn't have been late so often. Lorna Van Orden might also have made good use of a necromancer or an alarm clock. Buck Moran was voted the title of best looking boy. Does that entitle you to every girl in school, Buck? Especially when you have a corner on such a "large" interest as Sylvia C. Mr. Cunningham, why don't you hire a G-man to keep track of the removable parts of the school? When we speak of keeping track of things, we think of Esther Clearwater. It's hard to keep track of her, she's so seldom heard from. Page fo'rty-nine We may not be as well informed on as many popular C?J songs as you, Marie Quick, but We suggest that you do not take up singing as a career. Why not try selling insurance? Miss Conard, why don't you read Professor Sane's book on "Self Con- trol Under Strain in the Classroom"? Margaret Kevan, why do you, a senior in high school, stay in the girl scout troop? Is it your Scotch love of mountain climbing? And did you, Mr. Wood, acquire that rosy red complexion under the Western skies? George Manolakes, would you mind telling us how you manage to be so conscientious about your school Work? We don't see how anyone can enjoy themselves and do so much work. Mr. Lake, we just thought We'd tip you off on the fact that sarcasm and ridicule do not increase a student's liking either for his instructor or the pursued subject. When we get low marks, you don't have to rub it in? Page fifty CLASS WILL We, the members of the Senior Class of 1938, upon leaving' this insti- tution of learning, The New Paltz Central High School, do leave behind, as well as fond memories, certain remnants of assorted nature both com- plimentary and otherwise which we have the utmost desire to leave to the people chosen hoping they will use them to their best advantage. ARTICLE 1 Section I-To Rose Le Fevre we leave Esther Clearwater's title of Best Looking Girl as well as a large supply of memoranda books. Section II+To George Duffy, we leave John Moranis title of Most Handsome Boy together with a pair of stilts so that he may be on an even keel with other boys of his class. Section III-To Marie Feeley we leave Sylvia C. Goldwasser's title of Most Popular Girl. Section IV-To Thomas Pallus we leave George Manolakes's title of Most Popular Boy together with advice to keep a closer check on his temper. Section V-To Charles George we leave Jack Koch's title of Happy- Go-Lucky with a wish that he will continue filling New Paltz High dur- ing his remaining year with his Irish humor. Section VI-To Axel Johansen we leave Joseph Savago's title of Biggest Bluff as an appreciative measure of his tall stories. Section VII-To John Chase we leave one book entitled "How to Suc- ceed in Love" trusting "Junior" will use it well. Section VIII-To June Chambers we leave Eva Masken's title of Best Girl Athlete in appreciation of her thrilling long shots which pepped up any girls game. Section IX-To John "Gus" Duffy we leave "Gus" Connell's title of Most Athletic Boy. Section X-In appreciation of their fine dancing exhibitions, the Class of 1938 creates the title of Best Boy Team and leaves it to Egbert Rhine- hart and Carl Lillberg. ARTICLE II Section I-To our most able English teacher, Miss Conard, we leave as a parting gift, a saddle horse which she has Wanted for her fondest recreation. Section II-To Mr. Cunningham, our principal, we leave a gift which t Page fifty-one is not for his use alone but the student body at large, a gift that will make speaking easier on his fine singing voice, for it is a loud speaking system for the auditorium. Section III-After much deliberation the Senior Class, influenced by the Chemistry classes, has decided to leave Mr. Lake a wooden dummy which he may shake up instead of the boys of the Chemistry classes. Section IV-To Mr. Heinsohn we leave one case of nerve medicine, a tablespoonful of the same to be taken after the fourth period study period. Section V-To our home room teacher, Miss Levinson, the Senior Class leaves one wooden hammer which she may use to preserve order in the Senior room, order which was difficult to obtain in the past. Section VI-In sincere appreciation of her loyalty to the New Paltz High School's basketball teams regardless of whether they were playing on the home court or not, the Senior Class leaves Miss Cronin a lifetime pass to all games. Section VII-It has always saddened the Seniors hearts to see Miss Caffrey rapping futilely on study hall desks for order Cwith her keysl so we decided to leave one C15 dinner gong to gain attention. Section VIII-To Mr. Wood we leave one case of Doctor Burp's Head- ache Pills, one dozen to be taken after one of the trips with the team which has won that night and feels so good that they think they are the Glee Club. Section IX-To Mrs. McKenna we leave a book entitled "A Smile is a Worthwhile in Any Language" and a hope that she will keep smiling. Section X--To Mrs. Arras we, the Senior Class of 1938, leave, hoping she will not misunderstand us, a soundproof room for her orchestra and glee club to practice in. . ARTICLE III Section I-We leave to the incoming Senior Class the erasers and chalk in the Senior room which they are so fond of tossing around. Section II-To the Sophomore Class we leave a subscription to a Well known newspaper not only to further their knowledge but also to provide paper for their spitballs which one feels often in Study Hall. Thus, we, the Senior Class of 1938, being of sound body but doubtful mentality. do relinquish all rights which were ours formerly and bid fare- well to New Paltz Central High School. Page fifty-two BELIEVE IT OR Most Beautiful Girl . Most Handsome Boy Most Popular Girl .. Most Popular Boy ...... Best Girl Dancer ......... Best Boy Dancer ........ Most Athletic Girl ........ Most Athletic Boy Best Sport ...... Most Original ...... Happy-go-Lucky ..... Nicest Smile ...... Class Romeo ........ Class Juliet ...... Teacher's Pet ....... Teacher's Trial ....... Most Respected ....... Nicest Hair ...... Wittiest ....... Pepplest ............................................... One Who Has Done Most for Class ...... Cutest ................................................. Biggest Bluffer ...... NOT .............Esther Clearwater ................John Moran .......Sylvia C. Goldwasser .........George Manolakes .........May Schneider ..........John Moran Masken ...............John Connell ........Sylvia C. Goldwasser .......Sylvia C. Goldwasser ..................John Koch .........Thelma Winfield .........Charles Langwick .........Ruth Rodrian ........Anna Gurovich ........Joseph Savago ..........Lorna Van Orden ................John Moran ........Sylvia C. Goldwasser .........Edward Tiffany .........Elmer Pelham .......Thelma Winfield ........Joseph Savago Page fifty-three . CLASS DAY June27,1938 MUSIC ........................ ....... H igh School Orchestra President's Address ...... ........ Class History ....... Class Grumbles ...... Believe It Or Not ..... Class Will ...... Sylvia C. Goldwasser ...........Robert Lasher ...Victor Hungerford .........Thelma Winfield Kelly Mementoes ........ ........ D orothea Zaengle Class Song ........ Sylvia C. Goldwasser George Manolakes ..... Rachel Smiley ...... Margaret Lippert ..... Page fifty-four Class Officers and Edward Tiffany ..........Graduates ..............President .........Vice-President .......Secretary .......Treasurer BACCALAUREATE June 26, 1938 Processional invocation Doxology Sermon Benediction Recesoional Page fifty-five COMMENCEMENT June28,1938 Processional Invocation Introduction ...... ........ M r. Cunningham Salutatory ...... ......... E velyn Jansen Valedictory Address ..... ......... G eorge Manolakes Music 1 ...... ........ H igh School Orchestra Address ...... .......... D r. Lawrence H. Van den Berg Presentation of Prizes ........ ........ M r. Cunningham Presentation of Diplomas ....... ........ H arvey G. Gregory Benediction' Recessional Page fifty-six ll - 'Vi - .WJ JKJ ,- ..-.rv .1 .Pfxzltv iff? . 1.- 1 ,ju ldi- . - ' JIM f E-:Tfmatl '..f,:.'g.',.." ,'i-52fLi'iT'.1'. 1--3--:::2fL,:-. .,q,-135-QW... :-- J ' ' ..',:..',- f-'f.-'git' Q.. ,:, V - . . 1. --hw. in '. '.', -1.35 mn.-.1 - 1jj:5ify ffyf. r.-41,-3113? 58.-9. '.fJ"3L" ful" ., 4. - -',.-L,n:.q.,.: 1 . -4. . ,,5,4.,,,, ,455-.:. f .4 - M. . . ' I 5 " 'naw ' -,2 n : if . jf 5- -2155!-I - rv' fv- z- .,, FL...-.is-.-2.312331-..:IE.. I '. F'74'1:14n5'f41-Si. ' 1.:,E,'i8 1131!-.5 ' 1 , !,1'4.,:f.,-,-ga.?.':. . - 42 "rf Im-' '.ffwkigr-f:z':i: '.':.'.c'w'q-iff.:-fg1'231. ? I z-.:.'-'.'.a1..'f'-np. 'g ,hm - Z-. - , - 2- 'fi'-i.'-QT-'f'1'EY5.'121-:'P"' .- A .- Lf- .' -:V 1 .,:j,f,. Gum, f:'.5f.j:3l,,,i 7,2133 ,j-.-x, 112'-:is--J'.1 I4 fm ' T ,,"'z.-vm ts--L-ESTE' fi:-af .-: 9735:-1-'-,' ..- '- . . .."-xgjii:-T-'Lf'yi?'.: +1314 23:--- ' ' '-rf G'- ff.xjC".C - ',. ..-,,,,, -- :i:gQ,,g3-'Q' :a..,,.-.:: Q' -.,f.-MJb. . ... -.V-if ,.i.rl,i.,5g.L,.....f Qi'3f3 j7i' I ...---Z-,gT4g.5.,.:. -'Z ' .7155-.I L ' 1, - -' '. ' T 24:42.45-ef.-gi: :11T f - ' ' A 1- , ,.- ,:g-. I , ,. , aqui- ... -- -' ,- .' - :.,L1,--'g K rs- . -Q--. W fm. :gi-' 2:54. r. ,. -Hm- ., 'nfl -',f1'g..!Z f '42 Tw.: -fa, ,r :g df - 2'-Q.-f -' " -"' ' -'.. -".-"'11':3.-'- 1' . ' 5-11 ' . .f . q1.'--'1-".L.-'- fi .-.f ,- - f-- 3'f.f,-,QA .-IL-.. . , -- :1' . 1 u 7- I .45-,-, L A - bt," f 'x'5--- "5 ffL-7 ' , If ' 5- . Q-- ,.f, I ...xr-q.7.., ' .. Q -sw I f ww , f' fed -.... -ve,-1,-. ,, ,ft '7-Q.-. Q g '-"'f-Ni! 'X -S.. -x...-'f I -VI I 4- X , -' " 77' N A x . ,, - A .. . . . ff A M .'.I'g.., - - ' '.' ' " "' L'--'sa-f 9 ,.,. -"-113: 1- :-.3.-1--,.-..: .' ff - 'L' X x 1 r' " A. ---."".f'-' +l"',"A ' M-' Q' -- --5 - 'fx' --' . -, ., ' ,. . . , . f. 1 ,, A !-- 1 .,..- o,.,-,.3e, ,,., ga , 5 1 ,.. X nz 1 . N., . il u'....."s.--.,,1 ..,.A.L -. u .-. - .. . -, .g ...' .H . R. nu' "W" . 'T' - 5, - , , , T, it 5. . 'H'-. .I , . . II.. . - -,JL . H U.. -v.-5 .U l. N.. - ..... :,,., ,321 1 - ,, ' '- .' I ,. L ., -- - .' '-.', ' -pw: ,. Kf' -"v':' ' e " :-. - - " 1-'.'-."1."-- I' " f :." ' .-ZW.. ' I-'mdzfx ' ': :""- ' f f'J' .'-'z-..-'v"Sf-1'-'-'1'f"1 ' 1- ,- - - -.Ig--... '. -11: ' I,-Q .- I lv", lf .-.- ,',. ', . -,l-'tj -A -: ". ul'--v .. f .- . if . ,.'-...--,---3, l.-I. Q.,-.,.' ri... 'll' - esiflfc 1-1 . ' '.'.-'gn 1 .-- 1- , . , :af--f .' -- -21-., 3 .', ,2':-"'- ." f, ' 1 V "1,'O ..""' -- , - sgfsQ+fz'.s': ' ' tl. f .2 ' - S ,,:a-fzPzg,'?'?',--gr. ' , I -f --.--.45:,g.ff'. 1, M.. 14 . ' . 'g' 'H' .f :cf ' 4 ' ' . 1 fa 45 ,r Aghjlzz ' 'Y... Y Quality pictures at the most reasonable prices, consistent with good service and per- : rnanent results. We cater to the "come-back- again" trade, and get it. PEN NIN GTON STUDIO 72 Main St. Kingston, N. Y. Phone 3164 ' Established 1889 4 i BUSINESS SCHOOL 237-39 Fair Street Summer School--July 5, 1938 'N Fall Te -S rm eptember 6, 1938 Send for new 1038 Catalog describing S all courses ' Tuition S16. per month Secretarial and Business Administration Cohursfs. The only business training sc o - o in the county offering complete machine courses. Bookkeeping Machines Comptometers - Calculators COMPLIMENTS or Stanley Hasbrouck Dial 5811 New Paltz Arrow Bus Line Van Gonsic Bros. North Chestnut Street DIAL 3221 New Paltz New York Compliments to all Subscribers of the 1938 HUGUENOT New Paltz Lumber Company "Everything to Build Anything" Lumber Building Materials Paint Dial 4131 ' New Paltz COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. Walter F. Host. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1938 E. C. ELMORE Clothing, Shoes, Etc. New Paltz New York Telephone 970 HA RRY R. LeFEVER OPTOMETRIST 292 Fair Street Kingston, N. Y. Hours: 10 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Kingston, Horse Market, Inc. Farm, Draft, and Saddle Horses Auction every Tuesday at 12:30 P. M. S. M. Shapiro, Pres.: Elmer Palen, Vice- Pres.g L. Shapiro, Sec.-Treas. 606 Broadway, Kingston, N. Y. ......................................... ............... Student Needs Supplied . at the LANE-SARGENT VARIETY STORE School Supplies, Note Books, Pens Pencils, Drawing Materials A Wide Variety of General Merchandise for Student's Use Candy Bulk and Package-Always Fresh at Lowest Prices Premium Coupons given with Every Purchase of 5c or More LANE-SARGENT, Inc. New Paltz, N. Y. SENIORS! Moran Training will equip you for a. fine career in business Advanced Post-Graduate Courses SECRETARIAL AND ACCOUNTING Day and Evening Pre-College Shorthand, Typewrlting, etc. OPEN ALL SUMMER Joseph J. Moran, Principal Burgevin Bldg. Corner Fair and Main Sts. KINGSTON, N. Y. num: mum:munnuunmnmnunm nuulnn COMPLIMENTS OF A Friend The Huguenot National Bank New Paltz, N. Y. We offer you a complete banking service Safe Deposit Boxes Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ninmuuuunnnmuuumnnuuuinuunmu COMPLIMENTS OF Robert Reid, lVI.D. umm: uuuunmunmnlnmuuu mulnlnunnnuunmnnuulnuuunummnnunnnun Louis D. LeFevre Old Company's Lehigh Coal Dial 4251 New Paltz, N. Y. nmunuunuunm uunnummnnnn ununmm Richard Meyer JEWE LER 30 John St. Corner Store Kingston, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS or Peter H. Harp Congratulations to GRADUATING CLASS OF 1938 Paris Millinery Shop f 316 wan st. Kingston, N. Y. 'mum ununmmnmummm mnumummannuunuuunuunnummmmnnnmn George A. Oates Hardware and Farm Supplies New Paltz, N. Y. NEW PALTZ PARENT-TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION uinnunuuumnnunnuumuunmu unuun1nuanannu1nnnnnnnuinnuninumuuumnmnunl Dependable MEN'S WEAR at MODERATE COST T. A. FARR1NG'roN 54 Water St., Newburgh, N. Y COMPLIMENTS OF New Paltz Bakery LUCKEY PLATT 81 COMPANY A SYMBOL For 69 years this trademark has stood as a symbol. A mark of In- tegrityg of Honestyg of Fair Deal- ingg of Quality, of a full 100 cents worth for every Dollar. Today, also, this trademark stands for all of these old-fashioned busi- ness virtues. That tells the story of Luckey's growth and of Luckey's popularity. Home Owned - Home Operated . A. P. LeFeV1'e ,SZ Son Coal - Lumber - Feed Fuel Oil and Electrical Supplies Dial 2511 New Paltz, N. Y. Elston Sport Shop Sporting Goods - Electrical Appliances - Toys - -Radios 279 Fair st. Kingston, N. Y. . Phone 321 DIEGES 81 CLUST 17 John Street New York City Manufacturers of: Specialty Jewelry Class Rings and Pins Fraternity Jewelry G1'egory's Pharmacy Drugs and Cosmetics Ice Cream and Sodas Stationery and School Supplies Candy, Magazines, Cigarettes Dial 2361 New Paltz, N. Y. unuuumumuuunmnnmunlnnmuuunn nunnuuluInnlanInlInunnInulnnnuuuunmuum COMPLIMENTS or OSlL61'i10lldt,S B'reyer's Ice Cream - Magazines Daily and Sunday Papers Main Street Dial 6951 Sam Bernstein 81 Company On Wall St. Kingston, N. Y. - - Clothing - - for Young Men Hats - Shoes - Furnishings and Luggage Price - Quality Satisfaction Guaranteed umm:ununnumlmunuimmuuuunnnunmunnnnmn COMPLIMENTS OF UNITED CIGAR STORE AND LUNCHEONETTE Next to Post Office . Dial 6961 TOM'S COFFEE POT The friendly place to eat, where foods are served tastier, and better TOM JENSEN, Prop. Dial 6571 Chestnut St. nnuuuinuuumm unnunnnnumnmmnun inininuinAnnvununmuuunmmmmmnnuu COMPLIMENTS OF Di. Virgi1B. Dewiii mu unmnmmuinun:mumuuumunnnmmuuu COMPLIMENTS OF J. M. Moran Gardiner New York READ The New Paltz Indepelidant All the News of Little Old New Paltz including High Spots of the High School by Your Own Reporter A. HYMES 325 Wall St., Kingston, N. Y SHOES X-Ray Fitting COMPLIMENTS OF R. M. Hasbrouck FLORIST Dial 4306 New Paltz, N. Y. CHASE'S Everything for Building CHASE HARDWARE 81 LUMBER COMPANY Paint - Poultry Supplies Plumbing and Heating Phone 3781 Wallkill, N. Y. George Millham 8z Son Manufacturers of BARRELS Dealers in Apple Crates, Fruit Baskets Tight Barrels and Kegs of all description Both Charred and Paraffined Tel.: Res. 3511, Factory 5101 tor ma Eqerimwg 5 9,59 S is L 'W A U ff, ana we Bog 331 Wall St., Kingston, N. Y. nInnuuruuumuunlunuunnnnnmumummunnmumu SAFFORD Sz SCUDDER JEWELERS 4 Established 1856 Cheerful Credit-Budget Plan COMPLIMENTS OF G. Sz J. Sha iro Bros Inc. P Wholesale Distributors Schrafft's Chocolates 119 B'way Newburgh, N. Y. O'RE ILLY'S Stationery and Office Equipment 530-532 B'way and 38 John St. Kingston, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF David W. Corwin Meats Groceries Schaffer Stores Fresh Fruits and Vegetables W. C. CORNELL co. Thomas F. Kavanagh JEWELERS Ask about our Divided Plan 39 Water St. Newburgh O. ZIMMERMAN Choice Meats, Fresh Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb, Smoked Beef, Ham, Butter, Cheese, Pickles, Etc. Dial 2461 New Paltz Golden Shell Motor Oil and Gasoline Car Washing and Lubrication Goodyear Tires and Repairs Ray Terpening, Prop. Dial 2431 John Deere Orchard Model Tractors, Disc Harrows, Etc. WARREN DEYO Sz SON Wallkill, New York uunmnnmnnunnuluumunnmmnnnuuuummnnumn FAIRLAWN STORE Home Owned Community Interest Your Store of Service Fred W. Smith Main St. New Paltz, N. Y. Phone Poughkeepsie 1184 H. B. Rosenthal-Ettlinger Company Manufacturers of Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing From Manufacturer Direct to You 41 Academy St., Poughkeepsie nlInmnnuunumuluununuuumnmumuuuuuun The Friendly Barber Shop WARNER,S LAWRENCE'S SERVICE STATION Wesley Van Vliet, Prop. Firestone Tires - Auto Accessories C and D Batteries RCA Radio Sales and Service Certified Mobile Lubrication Corner Chestnut and Main Sts. Dial 6911 COMPLIMENTS OF New Paltz Savings Bank Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent New Paltz New York COMPLIMENTS OF Sheeley's Service Garage 81 Repairing Dial 3171 New Paltz, N. Y. nunuumum:mnnnnnunnlnnnnnnlnumuuunnnnl Dresses - Coats - Suits Sportswear for all occasions Moderately Priced Baue1"s Shoppe, Ine. s A Home Owned Store 260 Main St Poughkeepsie D. F. Jewett Meadow Valley Stock Farms Grade "A" Milk and Cream New Paltz, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF Automotive Dealers of Kingston New York COMPLIMENTS OF Triangle Ll11lCl1 New Paltz, New York COMPLIMENTS OF Oscar of the Waldorf unul:nunnuuuunuuuuuunnnnumuum COMPLIMEN1-s or Leston D. Dubois COMPLIMENTS OF M. Shwartz gl Co. "The Home of Good Clothes" Poughkeepsie, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF The Wonde1'ly Co Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear Clothing, Hats, and Furnishings that young fellows like to wear WTHE FOUR" E. W. JANSEN 19 Water Street Newburgh, New York COMPLIMENTS OF Albert . SCl10011l112llC61' COMPLIMENTS OF New Paltz Dry Cleaners ' unmnnuunnnuuuumununmununnuuunnmn For Better Women's Wear .The U J-To-Date Co. Kingston l 303 Wall St., Kingston, N. Y. DR. A. C. GRIMM DENTIST Prospect St., New Paltz, N. Y. Dial 6171 COMPLIMENTS OF V. T. PINE 81 SON numnnnnuunnnnInnunlunnnuulnnmmn COMPLIMENTS or D. Kantrowitz Kingston, New York nnnunmmInuunnnuumnnmnunmnnmmnnnunnmuu Clothing -- Shoes - Rubber Footwear for the Entire Family M. CARROLL Maybrook New Paltz numnnmnmnuuluunlnnlnlInnnnnuununnmmnu COMPLIMENTS OF George R. Ford FLORIST Dial 4811 New Paltz nmnnnnnunmul uuunnnuuumunumnnn COMPLIMENTS OF ROWE'S SHOE STORE Shoes for the Entire Family 34 john St. Phone 3063 Kingston, N. Y. lunvuuuunnuuumnnnunnuununnnmnnlulum n Atlantic Service Station Have you looked over one of our lubrication jobs? Y0u'll be amazed. Corner of Oakwood and Main "Bob" Jansen, Proprietor BASTIAN BROS. CO. Rochester, N. Y. ' Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers Write for free catalog Daniel Shaw General Insurance New Paltz, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF Howard Crispell nnInonuIninnunnnnununInnununInnuuuunnnnnun nnunnunlnnnlnlnunInInInuInunuuuInnumunuumnmnu RAYMOND J. MORRIS PLUMBING AND HEATING Oil Burner and Air Conditioning Engineering Dial 3271 New Paltz New Paltz Cooperative G. L. F. Service Flour - Feed - Seed Fertilizer - Spray Materials - Paint Come, see and use our new Store North Chestnut St. Dial 5221 Shoes that won't1 hurt your feet David J. Boss SHOES Water St. Newburgh, N. Y. TELEPHONE 764 At the Same Stand Since 1889 MYER RIDER Men's Clothing and Furnishings Boots, Shoes, Hand Bags and Valises Corner Front and Third Streets Open Evenings NEWBURGI-I NEW YORK COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. W. S. Branner nunnnnuulunnnunnmunnnmuuunuuuu COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. Beattie -q.Q'gfLY5 EN? x, -L X .7 'lvl-,V in v 1 V "?M'i1? H H' ' V ' ' 'E'-5r'iijq'f' "jjj R If 'LLQI AHN AND OLLIER AGAIN" l Ni - 8 'P x V -' hx X '- X 'Q . . . , 9? f I Nj 'W KSN yQ:3'1ixyh ir! 141 4, .wi X I .' yy xml vW"'Xl'hXX X X 'W-.wfixig f NN v' J' -X lm I' .W 'll ' Repeated acceptance by discriminating Year Book Boards has inspired and sustained ihe John 8. Ollier slogan that gathers increas- ing significance with each succeeding year. AUTOGRAPHS .f- 19 5' I I !VN 551'l si 3 l'Y'O WI MQW ml Qxllq ALMA MATER New Paltz foreverg we'll ever be loyal To our school colors, Maroon and the White And our fond memories will linger forever, We'll e're be true to her honor so bright. There we found joyg We found great happiness First days of work, then days of success. Our Alma Mater to thee are We singingg Our Alma Mater to thee are We true, New Paltz foreverg we'll ever be loyal To our school colors, Maroon and the White, And our fond memories will linger forever, We'll e're be true to her honor so bright. PRINTING .... Sound managerial policies and long successful experience have provided us with sufficient equipment ade- quate personnel, and ample resources to render dependable service as art- ists and makers of fine printing. That you will be secure from chance, is our first promise. if I if uk TI-IE BENTON REVIEW SI-IOP School cmd College Printers FOWLER, INDIANA if ir I"Iome of 2OtI1 Century Workbooks


Suggestions in the New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) collection:

New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection, 1934 Edition, Page 1

1934

New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 1

1937

New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 30

1938, pg 30

New Paltz High School - Huguenot Yearbook (New Paltz, NY) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 16

1938, pg 16

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.