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

 - Class of 1951

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Your latest plan for the improvement of the school, the new athletic field, will not be completed while we are here as undergraduates, but we, as alumni, will look at it and say, "VVe saw it in the makingf, For all these things you have done for us. Klr. Bugar, we thank you as we leave New Paltz High. E41 Dr. Virgil B' DeVVitt Hmfy Mertz if Dr. C. H. Hoppen Vim-Prfsidenl stedt Davld W. Cnrwm Prfsidenl Raymond S. Hasbrouck BOARD OF EDUCATIO Wilbur C, Fredenburgh Trfasurer -Q xv Hows rd H. G rimm Clerk 335-. imma K il ll at Sw' ' il .I Kill Ml k!'7"l Q51 Sflulftasfi 4' IZHIEXGII hd xiii of-1 Q9 ,' f go- TH -Q Fl QI' mm "' 1 xliun Q EW gt.-.. In fbi ...--4!""' i x C 'i 1 4 .5 1 Q Ifrurzf Row, Imfl In Rigflzli Mrs, VViIiettz1 Nlzicllrmald, Bayer, Mr. john Muck, Mr, john Brcreton, iN1r. VVebster Mrs, Civrtruciv xiCKL'IlIlf!, Nirx. Mary liiifli I,:1I7uiCc'. Nincllmmldv Rf-gr Rnqqg fX1r, Frederick ljippc-in Nh, Frank Miss Dornthi klowph, Niisx Row Ziiiciizi,fXliu.Imi1iXViie41r1, Hufzflfi Pfififiiml, Mr Smphcm Vdvufi- Miss Jeanne j0hi1sr41r1,.S'i'1f1nd Rrmc:Nlr.l,:1urcrlccglwliliwii, Thr Olgiff Sfaffz Mr. john Brere- ton, Vice Principal, and Mrs, Mer- rie Coon. Wi 'i i I, ii 5 , Cf , I HW. lvl Us l fn .1-' Thr Rural Tzarhrrf If I lo Rzght Mrs janet Bracken Tha Ilnmf Room Tfafherx Vraled Ir! to Right Mrs Mr LX ldsmrd Fox Hrs K enevleve Boland Mrs hm Mlm lllen I1F lc Nlxss om Vhlson Mrs Certrude 'Xtklns McKcnn1 Sinn img If I In Rzghl Mr Frederxck Dnppel Mr Sexmore Fersh N1r K eorge Bayer Wu? i ., if-sp N. . l Il Lfft In Righzz Miss jeanne Johnston, Mr. Lawrence john- Lf-ff to Right: Mr. NVebster MacDonald, Miss Rose son, hlrs, XVinc'tta MacDonald, hir. Stephen Vdvari, Zihelln, lN1issD0r0thy-loseph, Nlr. SI8phc'n Vdvzlri r- 3' ' 7 . f +0 x,,4 fb ,1 is5j,,.'7!Jnp.,5,, 3 0, .uf I --f!!"' 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Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Girl's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Melodettes 3, 4, l,eader's Club, Dancing Club, Choral Clinic 3, Thes- pian Sorority 2, 3, 4, Student Council Secretary 4, Huguenot Business Man- ager, Arch Bearer, junior Prom Com- mittee, Mixed Chorus, Class Secre- tary-Treasurer l, 2, 3. ALBERT E. BON.-XTZ Hill., Nice physique . . . senior chauffeur . . . carefree . , . sense of humor , . . everybodfs pal . . . likes winter sports. Science Club I, Bachelors Club 2, Photography Club 3, lluguenot Lay- out Editor, Intramural Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 4, l3oy's Chorus 4, bfiixed Chorus 4, Vice-President of Class 4. 7 s ifx fp. Q' 3 .ln JOYCE ELLEN CLARKSON "Myra" Tall and quiet . . . pleasant . . . musical . . . friend of joan . . . knitting fiend . . . likes summer sports. Suffern Competition 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Band 1, Game Club 1, Dancing Club 2, 3, Arch Bearer, Usherette 1, 2, Melo- dettes 3, 4, Huguenot Staff, Hobby Club 4, May Festival 1, 2, 3, s ROSALIE KATHERINE B.-XDAMI "Rare" Sense of humor . , . athletic . . . good sport . . . pals with Hildegarde . . . alias "Rosa" . . . fussy Mrs. Shermer in Senior Play. junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Huguenot Staff, In- ter-Class Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Arch Bear- er, NYSSMA l, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 1, 2, Dramatics 3, OINLN. 2, 3, 4, Girl's Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4. THERESA MARY COIITANT "Theres" Talkative . . . athletic . . . hails from Futts Corner . , . pals with Nluriel and Betty Lou . , . Coach's trial . . . "babyish" jill in Senior Play. Dramatics 1, 2, Twirler 2, 3, 4, Com- mercial Club 4, Dancing Club 1, 2, Nepa Hi-Lites 1, 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4. Basketball 3, 4, Junior Prom Commit- tee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Prom Attendant, Arch Bearer, Senior Play, Tumbling 3. JOSEPH S. DeMARlA ajoen Happy-go-lucky . . . drives own car . . . likes sports . . . big tease . . . 'lworrisomeu Father in Senior Play. Inter-Class Football 1, 2, Inter-Class Basketball 1, Science Club 1, Deco- ration Committee of Hop and Prom . . . Bachelors Club 2, J. V. Basket- ball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Danc- ing Club 3, lnter-Class Volleyball 3, Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class. JOYCE A. ENNIST lfjoyll Short . . . peppy . . . likes sports . . . full of fun . . . easy to get along with . . . friend of joan S. . . giggles a lot. Dancing Club 3, O.M.N. 4, Hobby Club 4, Prom Committee, Arch Bearer, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Ticket Committee at Games. JO ANNE De PHY IfJ0-Joi! Newcomer . . , nice nose and com- plexion . . . likes to dance . . . fun to be with . . . flirtatious , . . horse enthusiast. Thespians 4, journalism 4, Nepa Hi' Lites 4, Dancing 4. jx. R36 Dc POW Ai Janne mysexx EIO.-XXXE Du BOIS "Jn" Pretty . . . dignified . , . our Chopin . . . always with Faire . . . History enthusiast . . . pleasant . . . Mother in Senior Play. National Honor Society 3, 4, Thespian Sorority 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 1, 3, Choral Clinic 2, 3, 4, Melodettes 3, 4, Ulee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 1, 3. 4, NYSSNLX 1, 3, 4, lluguenot Stall, Xepa-Hi-l,ites Staff, ,lunior Prom Attendant. JEANETTE MADELIXE JANSEN "Jfnnnif" Energetic cheerleader . . - always seen with Anita . . . class waitress . . . cute and fun . . , good dancer . . . HAn apple a day" Sue in Senior Play, Dancing Club 2, 3, Leaders Club 3, Thespian 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Melodettes 3, 4, Arch Bearer, junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Dramatic Club 1, Cheerleader 3, 4, CCo-Captain 45, Senior Play. JOAN THERFSA LAYVLER "Joan" Cute newcomer from Brooklyn . . . friendly with everyone . . . loads of fun . . . likes horseback riding and drawing . , . nice eyes. Dancing Club 4, Glee Club 4, Niixed Chorus 4, Inter-Class Sports 4, Hu- guenot Staff, I.e:ider's Club. ANGELINE ROSE NIACTONE ".-lngifd' Newcomer from Kingston , , . wait- ress . . . petite , . . quiet . . . "mail- man" Paige of Senior Play. Melodettes, A'Cappela Choir, Assist- ant Editor of Huguenot Yearbook. 519611 mmtgn yr. W hycdwle, gm C GEORGE MCC.-XBE "George" Star athlete . , . well liked . . , nice eyes . . . hitch-hiking fiend . . , good-looking . . . "good-natured" Bob in Senior Play ...Basketball Varsity 2, 3, 4, Football Varsity 2, 3, 4, Baseball Varsity 2, 3, 4, Bachelor's Club 3, 4, Dancing Club 2, Leader's Club 2, Sophomore Hop Committee, junior Prom Committee, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Boy's Chorus 3, 4, Mixed Group 3, 4- RALPH F. MARTIN JR. 1'RaIpl1" 'liall . . . quiet , . . heart belongs to a certain underclassman . . , pleasant ...drives Car . . . polite. Rifle Club 1, 3, Bachelor Club 2, Senior Play Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, junior Prom Com- mittee. JOHN MCKELVEY "Mar" Irish tease . . . Sportsman . . . noisy . . . class mechanic . . . woman hater??? . . . 'Apompusn Mr. Shermer in Senior Play- j. V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basket- ball 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Game Club 1, Bachelor's Club 3, 4, Leader's Club 2, Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee. Q, 1 ! LOUISE H. MERTZ "Louise" Quiet and studious . . . class genius . . . likes to dance . . , musical . , . deserves the best . . . heart belongs to the Army. National Honor Society 3, 4, Thes- pians 4, Dancing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Melodettes 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, NYSSMA 3, 4, Band 3, Arch Bearer, Literary Editor of Hu- guenot. RALPH E. MILONE "Izzy" Good sport . . . polite . . . likes to sing . . . conscientious worker . . . likes everybody. F.F,A. 1, 2, 3, NYSSMA 3, Boy's Chorus and Mixed Chorus 3, Dancing Club 1, Choral Clinic 3, junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee. . -. N . i' - P. er. X , 4 Vx lb - r if I i ,ZX , -rf ' fs L .L ROBERT NIICHEL "Rnd" Quiet redhead . . . hails from Plu- tarch . . . F, F. A. member . . - woman hater . . . polite . . . likes winter sports. F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, In- ter-Class Basketball, Senior Play Committee, Harmonica Club 2. mag. ew KWH 'qu E 11' FAlRE FOSTER MILLHAM "Faire" Blue-eyed blonde . . . best looking . . . class actress . . . Hart belongs to Cnion . . , always with Joanne . . . "troublesome" Hildegard in Senior Play. National lionor Society 3, 4, Empire Girl's State, Tbespian Sorority 2, 3, 4, lluguenot Staff, Choral Clinic, Sophomore Hop Committee, junior Prom Committee and Attendant, Girl's Chorus, Nlixed Chorus, NYSS NIA, Melodettes 3, 4. KENNETII E. MORRISON "Kenny" Car owner . . . likes sports . . . what be lacks in height he makes up in noise . . , teacher's pest . . , Fresh- men interests. j. V, Basketball 3, 4, Inter-Class Sports 2, Varsity Football, Science Club 1, Bachelors Club 2, Photo- graphy 3, 4, Boys' and Mixed Chorus 4, Play Committee. 4.6. IIILDEGARDE MARIE OLSON "Hilda" Athletic . . . pretty hair . . . future beautician . . . cute , - . driver??? . . , temper . . . always with Rose. Tumbling 3, 4, Inter-Class and Inter- Scbool Sports, Huguenot Staff, O.M.N. 2, 3, 4, Arch Bearer, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 2, 3, junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Senior Play Make-Ifp Committee. ROBERT L, POLE 'ilffllllfllllfl' Quiet and polite . . . drives own car . . , good baseball player . . . avoids opposite sex . . , nice . , . likes farm- ing. J, V. Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Game Club I, 2, F.F.A. Club 3, 4, lPresident 3, 4,5 Inter-Class Foot- ball and Basketball 1, 2, Baseball Manager 2, Basketball Manager 24 4 0140, .aa was rf?.-BJ 026 M1 afimfif HERBERT FRANKLIN POSNER "Herb" Noisy . . . big bluff . . . never on time . . . fortunate car owner . . . likes sports. j, V. Basketball 2, 3, Inter-Class Sports, Game Club, Science Club, Var- sity Basketball, Bachelor's Club. DOUGLAS YV. PALMER "Doug" Quiet and industrious . . , silent ad- mirer of opposite sex . . . drives car . . . quiet sense of humor. Inter-Class Sports, Science Club, Bachelor's Club, Dancing Club, Senior Play Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, junior Prom Committee. VVILLIAM RAY RHINEHART "Bill" Athletic . . . class Romeo . . . popular . . . good-looking . . . Ethel "Hart" beat . . . easy to get along with. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boy's Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Dancing Club 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Class Presi- dent l, 2, 3, 4, J. V. Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Baseball and Football 2, 3, 4, Empire Boyls State 3, Stage Manager of Senior Play. are- W ,- rf' al' MURIEL THERESA RICHE "Muriel" Intelligent . . . pals with Theresa and Betty Lou . . . best dressed . . . hails from Gardiner . . . easy to get along with . . . "loyal" Sally in Senior Play. Thespians 2, 3, 4, fvice-president 4,1 Junior Prom Queen, Sophomore I-Iop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Huguenot Staff Nepa Hi-Lites 3, Arch Bearer, Games Club l, Dancing Club 2, 3. EARL SLATER JR. "Earl" Artistic . . . good-looking , . . air- minded . . interest in Philly . . . interested in many things . . . "short pants" Freddie in Senior Play. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Swing Band l, 2, 3, Boy's Chorus 1, 2, Photography 3, 4, Leader's Club 1, 2, Inter-Class Sports. in-rf ARNOLD RUGER "Arnold" Quiet . . , hails from Ireland Corners . . . interested in photography, dili- gent worker. Rifle Club 1, Science Club 2, Library Club 2, Photography Club 3, 4, Hu- guenot Staff. GTM 'ZZJZMZI Wolf JOAN M. SHUCKROW "Joan" Tall . . , fun . . . pals with Joyce . . . comes from Springtown . . . Hpull in your fenders, here comes Joann. , Dancing Club 2, 3, Arch Bearer, Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Inter-Class Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics l, Ticket Com- mittee for Games 3, 4. JOHN VINCENT TIZIO "Tiz" Popular . . . cute . . . athletic . . . flirtatious . . . comical . . . likes to argue . . . "gadget inventor" Jimmy in Senior Play, J, V. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Bas- ketball 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Editor of Huguenot, Class Vice- President l, 3, Central Hudson, Man- ager of Subscription Drive 4, Student Council Vice-President 4, Junior Prom King, Junior Prom Committee. -4- 'Q ,S 4 LOUISE ELIZABETH TRAUTYVEIN "Badly Lou" Tall , . . cute . . , Les Jambes! . . . seen with Muriel and Theresa . . . musical . . . flirtatious . . . Highland interests. Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Special Mixed Group, Melodettes 3, 4, Thes- pians 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club, Dra- matic Club, NYSSNIA, Choral Clinic, Sophomore Hop Committee, junior Prom Attendant, Prom Committee, Arch Bearer, Usherette. DORIS ANNE XVARREN f'Dorir" Friendly . . . tall . . . friend of joan L . , . noisy . . . roller-skating fiend . , . "sophisticated" Ellie-May in Senior Play. Dramatic Club 3, Dancing Club 3, 4, Ulee Club l, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4, junior Prom Committee, Soph- omore Hop Committee, Arch Bearer, Library Club l, Inter-Class Sports, A Loi O ff jf .Ziff JOHN KARL VVEISZ "John" Basketball player . . . big bluff , . . drives car . . . interested in opposite sex , . . likes to swim. I. V, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Bas- ketball 4, Baseball and Football Z, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4, Photography Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, Inter-Class Sports l, 2. LESLIE TURNER ULN., F.F.A. member . . . quiet . . . not in- terested in opposite sex . . pleasant . . . likes outdoor sports . . . sense of humor. Senior Play Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, junior Prom Com- mittee. DOROTHY LOVISE XVENDOVER "Dot" Quiet newcomer from Arlington . . . now lives in Plutarch . . . friend of joan S. . . likes nursing. Dancing Club 2, 3, 4, Girl's Chorus 4, junior Prom Committee, Cafeteria Staff l, 2, Senior Play Publicity Com- mittee. CLAIRE MARIE THIEBEX "CIairr" Tall newcomer from VVashingtonvilIe . , . likes outdoor sports . . . enjoys reading . . . sense of humor. Girls Chorus, Dancing Club, Leaders Club, School Paper Staff, Basketball, Baseball. -S X Sf X, 'AT S CLASS HISTORY VVe climbed the steps of old New Paltz High for the first time as students in September of 1947, eager to view the school, our teachers, and of course our upper classmen. "Oh, would our boys ever be as tall as those seniors?" How proud we were to be in High School. The seniors helped us feel at home by giving us a welcome party. The first thing we did was to choose our class officers. Bill Rhine- hart was elected Presidentg John Tizio, Vice-Pres- identg Anita Angerman, Treasurer, and Jean Jan- sen, Secretary. John lVIcKelvey, John Tizio, and John VVeisz all won places on the J. V. Basketball team. Remember how we cheered them at the games?" That was the year of the "new look." How we rebelled against it. "VVe just wouldn't be seen dead in long skirts." But bye and bye we be- came used to the idea and gave in to the rage. VVe survived the tests, cruel restrictions, long hours of homework, and "Gum-Chewing Girls and Cud-Chewing Cows" of lWrs. LaFalce and at the end of the year emerged unscathed, a little wiser, and a little older. One of the outstanding memories of our first year was our visit with Klrs. LaFalce to the United Nations, where we learned a lot about how this organization operates. VVe climbed those steps again in September 1948 but now we were Sophomores and could cast our eyes down on the Freshmen rather than be the object of such glances. lt was good to see each other again. Bill and Anita retained their offices of President and Secretary-Treasurer, but George NIcCabe newly arrived from Poughkeepsie won the Vice-Presidency. George and his brother Don became outstanding members of our class by their fine performances for New Paltz on the Basketball Court and the Football and Baseball fields. Our contribution to the social life of the school this year was our Sophomore Dance with its theme "Buttons and Bows" after the hit tune of the period. VVith Johnny lVIichaels Orchestra supply- ing the music our first dance as a class was a grand success. This year found more of our classmates on the various teams and activities. This was the year that lXIrs. lNIcKenna's group won the annual lklagazine Drive with Joanne DuBois leading the school in sales. September 1949 found us as Juniors with hir. lNIcKenna as our homeroom teacher. VVe again elected Bill and Anita to their same offices of Pres- ident and Secretary-Treasurer and this year John Tizio was again Vice-President. This was to he a big year for us with the tasks of choosing our class ring and planning our Junior Prom. How we haunted lllr. lVIcKenna in our anixiety for the rings and what a time we had agreeing on our Junior Prom theme. Our final choice of a theme was "April Showersf' At last the big night arrived. The Gym was gayly decorated with streamers, crepe paper and flowers. The Colombians furnished the music. As a climax of the evening hluriel Riche and John Tizio were crowned King and Queen of the Prom. Soon all our planning and work was just a memory, but a pleasant one which left us with a feeling of a job well done. This was the year that our Christmas decora- tions won first prize and an ice cream party given by the Student Council. Class spirit was building up rapidly in the wake of all these accomplish- ments. Another big event of the Junior year was the National Honor Society appointments. VVhen the returns were all in it was found that Joanne Du- Bois, Faire Millham, and Louise Mertz were to represent the class in this honorary organization. After the installation a tea was given for the new members and their parents. And now at last we have reached our Senior Year. This l95l HUGUENOT stands as the current chapter of our history. VVe look forward toward graduation happy that we have nearly reached our goal but a bit reluctant to sing our Alma lklater for the last time as undergraduates of New Paltz High School. Wim 4, Wim dry I' of V051 Izleffy In fuffeed J mnne and ohn Bfst Sjworn R1lph and Rn 6' But Danrfrs mn 'md Cervrge Mori Talkafzn Bzggfst Tfasf Th Happy G0 Lufkfy New -fi? Bzggfxt Bluff 4 ohn 4 Polxtfst Ralph 'md Loulse BNI Lookmg Bull and Faure QI Z' f Wort Pnfzzlar -Xmm and Blll Uuzfnft fuful E193 linrothx md Bob Betts Lou and john I B,-1'f'f': . ,, , 4 1 4 - ' A QlC.4s . gg 5 -' " f fi F V ,i 5 f f, , ' ' , , H x ' M , , . Q if , f - 7' 1 4 4' Q , Y: f ,.' W Q V. 1 ix , U 9 In J mu 'QA X - ,fi I -I . . 1 3' ,, V ' V 1 ,Inj I , -. f i - ' PM f X If V I 7 M ,nr za A . - Y- Al 5 N Joe ' rv . Q . xv' rr, A - ' J 1 Y , 'x 5. Q . 5 vw A W :gy MQ"-5 f--J 4 Pa' ,w 3. ' arf? T .,-y...-'L H. ix' ,ni ,. if 2,31 " MF' V 'Q' A ,Kwik ,,,..... -he W ,fi ' n f 5? ' . ,aa- .J 9 w ,L 1- QQ S A100 I I I' 1 'I Q F ,-A. A x SKIING-A d0'lL'7lh1-11dll5hfllfll a winter wonderland. NYSPIX-COMM ,4-v .f i x,' 31 L 1d ERCE ' ei I Q I I I 4 hi l If u I I it I U Y u It ....,,-.t,,.,,g,,,,, ,,.. M. .....,......, ,zc, Y i ' 'P Left to Right, Front Rofw: V. Schiro, M, johnson, V. De- Puy, C. Cotton, E, McCrory, A. Countryman, J. Grant, L. Taylor. Sfrond Rofw: D. Burke, D. Beattie, E. VVolf, L- Richardson, P, Klyne, K. Manolakes, D. Rasmussen. Third Rollei M. E. Ackert, M. J. Ahlberg, E. Elliott, L. As a class, the Juniors have passed the half way mark of the trials and tribulations of a high school career. This year as the officers, of our ship on the stormy sea of education, we elected Robert Sutton as "Admiral", Carolyn Cotton as "Vice-Admiral". and Vivian Schiro as "Keeper of the Log and Treasury." VVe started our voyage under the advisorship of lllr. Fersh by looking forward with great anti- cipation to our Prom and the purchase of our class rings. Our anticipations were fulfilled when we received the rings in February and when our Prom. given in April, with "Cinderella Ball" as our theme, added to our list Of happy memories. JU IOR CLASS JVNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Carolyn Cotton, Vice- President 3 Vivian Sehiro, Secretary- Treasurerg Robert Sutton, President. 36 as. f ""' ,, as, I .. 31-I Linz, L, Osterhoudt, O. Martinez, UI. Chaiet. Fourth Rum. E. Rost, Ashton, A. Anderson, P. Mosher, R. Frisch, G. Bloomer, T, Elsbree. Last Roar: ll McCabe, J. Grey, R. Sutton, R, Clearwater, R. DuBois, M. Vogel, L. Stokes, L. DuBois. The class of nineteen hundred fifty-two has caused more than one comment since the time when its members first embarked on their four years of fun and hard work at New Paltz High School. This is probably due to the fact that the class be- lieves in doing things. Proof of this fact was given at Christmas time when the artistic talent of our group was com- bined with many hours of hard work on the part of most of the classmates in decorating our room for the Christmas party. Our effort was rewarded, however, when the judges awarded our room with its theme. HThe Christmas Storyn first honors with its prize of an ice cream party. Q ,- fff xxx gnem GNILALL V 9 v 233 bye 8,07 S N G J ,,,1 i.,rC1wBfw' 65065 px.. 4 V O04 Q, 0 Yo' 0' Q." T .4 A W ,Vi , , - 1 413' sf. JS. 'XA 193 Lffl In Right, Front Rnfw: J. Edmonds, K. Slater, S. Kou- naris, A. Mackey, Longfield, J. Mills, C. Arias, V. Crawford, B. Hutt, M. Abramson, R, Polhamus, IZ. Has- brouck. Srffnzii Rom: E, Schoonmaker, B. Lawler, P, Reid, j. Nlclntyre, Burns, Gibbons, D, Morris, M. Locas- cio, A. Palmer, T. Power. Third Roms: A. Schofield, S. The class of '53 launched into it's second year at New Paltz High School by electing their of- ficers. George llillham was elected President. Ralph Clearwater. Vice-President, and Theresa Power, Secretary-Treasurer. One of the most important events of this year was our Sophomore Hop, with Sadie Hawkins Day as our theme, This time the girls asked the boys to the dance which helped make it a big night of square and round dancing. The Sophomores showed their skill at winning games, when we took second place at the Halloween Party. After the first few months of school had passed quickly by we found ourselves planning the Holi- day decorations for our room. Wye painted the OPHOMORE CLASS SOPHOMORE VLASS OFITICICRS Left to Right: Ralph Clearwater, Vice-Presidentg Theresa Power, Sec- retary-Treasurerg George Millham, President. .., ,tg H39-' vf 45' WG Q - if Turner, I, Chaiet, K. Butennandt, M. Lueken, E. Mason, L. Quick, l. Ellis, G. Martinez, R. Fecketter, R, Abram- son. Los! Rofw: J. Shuckrow, K. Maclver, B. Misner, G. DeVVitt, E. Blake, G, Gardiner, C. Coutant, C Benjamin, G. Millham, J. jeanneney, N, Richards, windows, colored the blackboards, and decorated the tree and fireplace. Although our class did not win first prize. for decorations, we won honor' able mention for our theme, which was HYe Olde English Room." Among many other sports undertaken by the members of our class, the girls' basketball team has really done an outstanding job this year. Since the beginning of our Sophomore year we have taken an active part in the clubs and other organizations of our school. lllany of the girls and boys took a part in the "Christmas Pageant" which was an exceptionally fine musical event. The class is grateful for the guidance of two advisors. Kliss Wiilson and lllr. Bayer. Qidre Ihukm Dance Our -Xdxl nrs NTNQ VY IIQOH 1nd'N1r Bax er J? , if Z' 'I-.hl'l'l' Hands A-Xrollrld, -nys . ' V l v r i 1 The Sophomore Intramural Team. 25 A ,- CW' C"? If t to Rzghf Fran! Roz C Ofonnor L Zimmerman 'S endox er 'Nic ann P Mosher C' Petrizzo Ixellx I C xbbons N1 Nforoch I Dei r1ff C Sfregoli C one If Hallidax Xett R H1 brouck Smmd an is Brac en e ra Broo A de ni lxopper L Coffex Ros C Lasher bc 1ro Dressel P VS altherx L ohnson P Hlmmerl Third Rm.. L Iohrman N1 Redmond M Mason 1 Edmond XVhen we came to the High School from the Campus School last fall we discoxcrad that we were already fairly well acquainted with 'Xen Paltz I-Iigh due to the visit we had made here last spring. VVhat we didnt know regarding the rules and regulations we picked up soon after our arrival with the help of our two advisori, llri. LaF1lce and lIrs. lIcKenna. VVith a class roll of seventy we found our- selves carrying a lot of influence in the student council elections--one of the first events of the school year. As a result we were able to place Pa- tricia VVill in the Council as Treasurer. As our officers this year we elected Alice FRESHMAN CLASS FRESIIMIEN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Alice Murphy, Presi' dentg Alan DuBois, Vice-President: lsabele Gibbons, Secretary-Trensprof. Vill LX ssl lntlllo U Schnuc iw or o mer r m P SIIHIQX 5 llagger x 1 me o sano far III X ll tar orie o s Xen Rafterx XV Chamberlain N1 Prulrs N Moe r c uliois sen A Mur 1 IX J Qulc VV Wilson lNIurphx lrcsidcnt Allin Duliois Nice lresldcnt and Isabclli Cibbons Sccrctirs lrcisurcr lhese 0 iccrs hui dom 1 fine job in hiding, the Q and building up class spirit. That the class of l9D-lb is a Go-Getter class was well illustrated during the annual Stu ent Council BI'ljI'lZlflt' Drive when we were far out in front in both total sales 'ind sales per student. As a result of our efforts we were given an ice cream party. Pat VVill and Nancy Iwoehrke both won a trip to New York City where they saw Hgouth Pacific". Beatrice VVenclover won the drawing prize of 325 and two tickets to the Army-New lfexico Football game. Z l I Q., -u-rf"' Freshman Girls Basketball Team. Freshmen Advisor f 2 X . 5 'Q--L? ' 0: ,F '- 'A , X W O Freshmen Boys Basketball Team. Chl'iSfm2iS Pflffy. Y ,-1, l Thls year w as a partxcularly successful one for the Adult Educatlon program Xfvlth a large fol lowlng already bullt up as '1 result of the classes durmg the past few sears a turnout of over 250 re sponded to the announcement for thls years regls tratlon on October 15 The program this rear was broken up mto two 10 week semesters w1th about 6 weeks between terms The reason for thls was an attempt to ax old the poor weather 1n the height of the wlnter The first semester ran from October 9 untll the Christmas holldays wlth most of last tears courses bemg olTered along wlth the addltxon of new courses-one ln Ewersdav English and one ln Bookkeepmg for Small Buslness Both of these courses were well recelved V A da Wx i f f X ,gg K f ,ff 0 af daf' U 'N' Z If Q as at J I Q if Nlow Dad I told sou 'Nlo Televlslon untnl sou have flmshed sour homework l28l The second semester began on Pebruarx 26 and contlnued untll Max l-lp after whlch commence ment exerclses w ere held for the awardmg of certl flcates to those who successfullx completed their courses At these exerclses the Work done ln the warlous classes w as put on CYl'lll'7ltlOIl Of partlcu lar lnterests was some of the fine work done ln Ceramlcs VVoodwork lVIetalwork Stencllmg and Art The course whlch led ln attendance was the Art Assoc1at1on Course Also ters popular were the Arts and Crafts course and the Ceramics course The Drlver Tramlng course was well attended as usual with qulte a few taklng adx 'lntage of our dual control car to earn thelr llcenses 'I HE COURSES .li Amerlcamzatlon Mrs Janet Bracken Mr ames Scott Mr Stephen Udvan Art Assoclatlon Arts and Crafts Bookkeeplng for Small Busmess lVIr Frederxck Dxppel Ceramles Mr Stephen Udvarl r Webster lWacDonald lWr Loren Campbell Mr John 'Hack Everyday Enghsh Mrs lVlars Ellen LaFalce Hobbx Shop r Webster lUacDonald Photographx lUr ohn Brereton Sewlng lVIrs XVIDCUH lWacDon'1ld St6IlCllll'lg lwrs lllars Ellen Lal'alce Dfw er Tralnlng Adx anced and Begmmng Twpmg Mr Frederlck Dlppel lklxss Rose Zlbella - , V , .i X '. 3 , - . ' . V l v v y Y y . ' rv l , ffzgjifg H ' 15225 2 ,nz 9, V f, f f ,, Q f 'f ' 6: - rl K" ,. . . . f x Qs . I -.-........ . Q? , I , co .... . X . J l l , ' ' ' , ............. .. 1 ,- i - , N Q M ................ . . iii K ' ...... M . ' f ,mF' gi E . ' . , 3" n 1- 7 X , a Hr: H A , "t' ' , ' V r ' 'e ass f E M' ' " 'l ' ......... . . Z Y I - Y J 4 I g r I 1 ..,........... I . f f , ' ............ . A 1 fe 5 A -- ...,...... . , - tg L: ,Z T - 1 ....,.., ,, f,f ' f?rQ7Tln gjiE' ' ' ' Q f KB fernmics Claw. Srenciling Class. 3 lnepecting the Masterpieces. Bookkeeping for Small Buxiness Claw Art, and Crafts Clasw. ,-'CE RURAL SCHOOLS Vx, In 'f 1 N 4,1 TUTHILLTOW1 SCHOOL -E, cfm ya! PLUTARCH SCHOOL 5 i D 5 'Zn as 'EE' B41 Ill! ll -. - -n . ll ll n GI GARDINER SCHOOL Swing your partner. Get that Nfnrihmallow. Three Legged Race. ,..5 Heap Big Chiefs. ri few hours hell he here." 1 4 w 'lr Decorating forthe Senior Play. "Shhhh! Let? have quiet." E31 - Y J BQATIQN Cv-7 110 zzfrzzzvlzvu Offill'111,612flIl'.Y0ffllIf7f7IlI'Q'flffllfu aim. 11. 'uv , f F'- x , ""f'4 mA"if :ff 'rv .-,M 3 . ' g , va, x - Qmfi, Z 1 ' , , 'pgs' A. A, 4 V Q I J. , W .M Q wr ' - -17. :A 'WJQ A35 Af. , A v -1178 v Q Ju f " fxwgfif- V- wr' . ' as . 'fi' w' ' 1. wi' 4 f 4 ' Kg ' -1 Vlwgrglsw .Tl-R' 1 5 2 I Q K' Av A V AQ ..!..',. 2i..n.?"', ww 'Q f 'ff"I' 11? ,Aw 1 . by A' 54. H gffi-,fm wiilggt , ,k X ,fi fy st .K its ,t .257 3 mugs' D'fl,f.l.7l V, xk ,sk 'W 'S A K ' if 1 A 1' .4 H, 'L 4 1 1135 ,. .Ngv fir A, , -: " " I ,fs , ' . Q.. H- V' Q if xx' 1' ' ar. in , ' ,. diy A A ww' Q24 x. 'U lk W' , ui ' . P'."' m, Q, ' 4' wi Q q vf 2. 'fi 'wf"'1 ul. . Yxgvf ' 1. 1 f in 1 Ml' -H-is ' an .-,w,,:.oo25g x ,,..N.q. 'yi M " , ff" 'A N nad" A . 1? ,ff ,fr , M X' is wwf? ' W fn Nb ,, ' is JA p fyvgf' If 'A' "' ua, is-'4 F , K 1 Ja M Mak 'J ' " 'K' K -Q - M' f M V Ar MW v r ar 0 my QM Q J' ,..4P"" -M! A , X I sl mf up W' A f an 'MMM .Ju ill' ' " A . .,.,vnv""" ' , .gn 4' g 1 1 ,uw ff bww. 1 ww gf. W W 41 MQ I LV I , ' an Q Q 4' swf W 16 1 Q , f, ' V H f 'IT ' M :E BAKETBALL varsity Left tn Right:FronfRo1c: G. McCabe, J. Locascio, D. McCabe, J. McKel- vey, VV. Rhinehart. Rear Row: Coach Johnson, R. Clearwater, J. DeMaria, J, Xveisz, Tizio, H. Posner. junior varsity VARSITY SCORES 60 New Paltz Ellenville 49 New Paltz 78 Kerhonkson 3-lr New Paltz 67 Wallkill 53 New Paltz 55 Marlboro 44 New Paltz 55 Saugerties 58 New Paltz 66 VVappingers Falls 6-l New Paltz 62 Highland 36 New Paltz 84 Kerhonkson -ll New Paltz 50 Ellenville 60 New Paltz 48 Roosevelt 46 New Paltz 49 VVallkill 46 New Paltz 64 Roosevelt 57 New Paltz 62 Marlboro 52 New Paltz 64 Saugerties 60 New Paltz 59 Yvappingers Falls 54 New Paltz 53 Highland 47 New Paltz 51 VVarwiek 43 New Paltz 54 Congers 44 New Paltz 63 Cornwall 46 New Paltz 55 Fallsburgh 60 The New Paltz High School courtmen brought still another league trophy to their alma mater this year by winning the basketball championship after a season that had the fans in doubt up until the last game. VVith a three-way tie for first place between Saugerties, Klarlboro, and New Paltz at mid sea- son the llaroon five defeated Marlboro in an all important game to take undisputed hold on the league lead with two important games. Highland and Saugerties, still ahead of them. Once in the lead, however, there was no stopping our boys and they never gave up their advantage, After win- ning the league title they went on to the finals in E w Left lo Righl, Front Rofw: L. Richardson, G, Rost, E, Rost, J. Grey, K, Morrison, D, Jansen, K. Slater. Rfar Roar: Coach Johnson, T. Elsbree, L. DuBois, R. DuBois, F. Power, G. Bloomer, A. DuBois. the Sectionals by defeating VVarwick, Congers, and Cornwall, only to be eliminated in the final contest by Fallsburg by a close 55--60 score. The Jayvee boys also came out Hrst in their league race so the prospects for another victory next year look very bright in spite of the fact that eoaeh Johnson is losing George hleCabe, Joe Ut-- Klaria, John flIeKelvey, Robert Pole, Jim Loeas- eio, Bill Rhinehart, John Wieisz, and John Tizio by graduation. George 1IeCabe, won top honors in the scor- ing field while his brother Don. Jim Loeaseio, and John XIeKelvey were also responsible for a large share of the New Paltz baskets. J I mg V, 4 r , l I ff ff, Rigby, Firrff Ruqgq T, Pmver, G Dippr-I, B. Miwner. Nl l,llt'liL'l1, J, Bracken. J De-Graff, .S'wrfnzt1 Rfffzct A. l llIH6'I', CQ. Us-YVitt, IU, Burke, .X. Nlurphv, F. Triulut X New Paltz NCW Paltz Nr-w Paltz Nvw Paltz NOW Paltz Nvw Paltz New Paltz New Paltz girls' varsity Left to Right Fzrst Rau Nl. Ahlberg T Cout ant, H. Ols n J DuBois J. Jansen, LX Angerman .Yrroml Rom. C Thxeben P. Klyne. R Conklin L Oxterhoudt, D Beattie R. Hadami. VAR SITY 24 Kvrhonksnn I 8 JVallkill 38 Kerhonkson 22 H ighland JUN IOR VARSITY I8 Kcrhonlcson 22 VVallkill 30 Kerhonkson 20 Highland girls' junior varsity inn in the Kerhmmkxnn Game. 'sv is 1 I.eft to Righti Front Roms: Louis deOnis, Robert Sut- ton, Ralph Clearwater, George Nlcfabe, Donald Nic- Fabe, John NlcKelvey, james Lofascio, .qifllfld Rome: Thomas Elsbree, Lawrence DuBois, john Grey, Robert Pole, John Yveisz, John Tizio, Frank Power. Rear Rumi Coach Johnson, fharles Nlorgan, Yvilliam Rhinehart, -lack Edmonds, George Nlartinev, lawrence Richardson. The llaroons of New Paltz won their fourth straight football championship by defeat- ing Klarlboro 32-15. Coach Johnson deserves much credit for the fine job that he did in rebuilding a squad that had been hard hit by graduation. The teamw work of Donald lIcCabe and Bob Sutton. our hard hitting backs, and the quick thinking of quarterback Jimmy Locaseio, combined with the fine line made up of George hlccabe, ,lohn RIC- Kelvey. Ralph Clearwater, Louis deflnis. and Frank Power, made a combination that the other teams found unbeatable in league competition. This year's team suffered its only defeat in a non-league tilt with Pinebush, losing bi' a score of 35-12. VVith a good part of the squad returning next year the prospects are great that the bla- roons will again carry on their traditional supref macy and Coach Johnson will once more be able to bring the league trophy to the halls of New Paltz High. W FOOTBALL Coach gives the boys a talking to between halves at VV3ll kill. SCORES New Paltz 41 fllaybrook New Paltz 20 Vkvallkill New Paltz 34 Greer School New Paltz 57 Kerhonkson New Paltz 32 Saugerties New Paltz Z7 Klarlboro New Paltz 12 Pine Bush 3 R41 I P45 ff X ,f ,pvf N H A 'dai , . l , xg- l 2 .-if I 2 H Left tn Right: Frou! Roms: R. Clearwater, Yveisz, G. Mcfaht-, j, MCKQ-lvcy, D. McCabe, J, Locawcio. Rfar Rnfwi Coach jrvhmnii, K. Nlaclver, R. Pole, Grey, illizin, VV. Rhinehart. 'llhv Bait-hall 'llc-ani wrn'km-tl nnclcr clilticulty clnt- tn rlit- fart that tht-v hall no lic-lil tn play nn :luring tht- construction of tht- nvw playgrnnncl. ln spitt- of this clixaclvantagc- thvy finflivil thc svaf son with six wins ont of tliclclevcn games playcd. Only Uainnieir. Cnntant, ariil Hfrrmy wcrfflost hy graclnation so this yvar's prospects look particularly good. N A fu P - vs CHEERLEADERS l,rfI In Riyliti A. Nlackf-y, M. j. .-Xhllwig, .X l7Carnlcy, D. Burke, A, .-Xrigcrwriari, D. Rasinnwen, janscn. :XX tht' llflflli nf tinit- turns ilprun tht' it-ar Ot 4 lllzl, iw we thv Qlllt't'I'lt'Zltlt'l'S vigrniwlisly cht-vring tnr thi-ir tvznnx. l7c'nisc linrlw. a llwly' Lluninr. li captain nf thii Qrnnp: .Xtlvlziitlv Ut-arnlt-y and -lvariiiv klanwn art- he-r L'n'Captaini. This yvar thc' t'ln't'r'lt-:itlvrw haw cliuwn mir nc'n' lihrarian. Aliv klwwpli, ax thvn' rnavli, :intl with ln-r hvlp hau- Sllt'L't'wlt'nl in prvwnting xt-wrxil Cillillllll pcp-rallit's. . P P4 Pa Q wi ,i iq Q 4 .- f X 2 A ' ' 'E f ,v-H" Nt-W Paltz Nc-w Paltz New Paltz New Paltz New Paltz New Paltz New Paltz Ncw Paltz New Paltz New Paltz New Paltz Md' If wtf BASEBALL SCORES 2 Ellcnvillc- S VVappingt'rs lf? Klarlhorn lf VVallkill 3 Highland 16 Kerhonlcson l Arlington -1- XVallltill 5 Highland I2 Kcrhonkson 6 llarlhoro S I-Sf ni i 0 l' alle lx.-J I 4 I 4,-0 vii: AE -' . n s it ,X X nb, JJ 9 w 1 f ,f .4 gyy, 5 E' qi .N STUDENT COUNCIL It I Io Rxglzl Sfatrd -X Niurphx XY Rhmehart P NMI! CC 1he no Xuqerman u on 1 ham Slandmg I GIIUIJOIIN -X DuB01S 'Ur Y eromcq As F111 destendcd upon New Paltz H1gh bthool hum Studcnts ware dxxplulng posters 'md dustrlhutlng free gum Student Councll electlons were under w 11 Phe ofhtere eletted were Preildent George 'Nltffihc X111 PTCNICIKIK ohn TIZIO Qecretirx Hmm AHQCTHITII Irefwurer Patrlcla Vhll Iht Gtmril LOIIUCII Lonxmts of the qtudent Lounul ofhum ind the LIMQ oftltem The purpon ot the Student COIIIICII IS to re xx T -va' Luczal A BOIVIYY DQXTHFIH C Cotton X Schro Power R Cleirwater ite the wlshes 'md deslres of the Student hodx to L 'IClINIfl9fT"ifl0Y1 1nd twcultw -Xmong the 1111111 accomphehmentx thls xeir w 1Q the Loxcrmg ot fL1I'IllIl1I'C 111 the Sotul Actin tus room the mmng of monex for I niI'SlfY jukcts 1c Qupcrwmon of the Soclal ALIIXIYICS room the SCKIIYIIIQ' of huees for out of town gunes the Qpon sormg of tht Hwllow een and Chr1Qtn1'1s p utui 1nd the Londuttlng of a magazme drwe to rust monu for tht plu ground ind xcarbook Y' INTER SORORITY COUNCIL 540 1 Il if 1 e 1 e E1 1 411 1 M r ITN Iafalce '--nov-W HUGUENOT CLUB ft In Rlylzl SFZIHL1' 'NI Rlchc 7111301 m IIZIO 'Nlr Dlppe Xngcrmnn l7nNl1r1x R Bulaml H Olson Slandznq I Usxerhnndt L Taxlor J De uy P Reld ZX Ruglr XX Plridles - I Io Riglzl: j. XV:-isz, IJ. Pulmcr, H. Posner, I. Ellis, Lff' V" Kfflflfi K. M3f10l3k9s, j. Chaiet, L. Quick, , J P Blake, j. Yen, L. Zirnmerman, j. Grey, R. Fccketter. Gram' V- Slfilwfflfd- M- l0hUf0U, C, Arias, T. Courant BACHELORS CLUB BUSINESS CLUB E411 L.n.a.1x.4.n.4.1x.J Lfft Io Righi, Seatfd: S. Long- ficld, E. Has- brouck, E. Schoon- maker, A. Palmer, B. Lawler. Sland- ing: V. DePuy, l. Gibbons, A. Coun- tryman, K. Buten- nandt, A, Ander- son. EF-'.F"::l'. ..,r'E.'E gum 'lg' ,,, -lil r -pill - by Qllll I' ' It . ,, . i' 5 F ' " fvf I, .' 1, .Mo-f' - Y ti1'fL i F. F. A. co 1 1 5' . ,A . . Q A-1 x -, ' U lfft In Rigfhf, fron! RMU: ,l. ,lunar-n, U, Blrmmcr, S 'llu rncr, Sl1uCkrrxxx', li Mix- ncr, ll. NlCclIll3C, XV. Rhineharr, 'l'. lil-brcc, Nl. Vogel, R. Dulioig, l.. Uulinls. .N'4'1'rmd Roar: li. llnlliclny, C. jnnce, Kelly, C. Sfrcgola, li, lieflrnff, C. Petrizzo, Nl. Abramson, S, Griflo, S. Robcrti, Nlills, D. XVendover. Third RMU: Lawler, T. Courant, C. Arias, M. Locnscio, O. Schneider, Nl. Preilis, A. ClcOniS, Ii. Mason, D. Nlorris, Nl. Mnsnn, rl. Quick. Rrm' Roast l., Stokes, C Johnson, J. Schirn, G. l-fdrnnmlx, O. Martine-7, M. l.uc- ken, Z. Yenal-ua, N. Mnchrkc, A. l7uBoiQ, A, Nlurphy, l., rllffllll- wc-in, G. McCabe. .4 - .- lffl In Rig llf, Fran! Rui.: A. Ale--i, l'1Lllllf!llllN, R. llrvsscl, Cl. l.ZlNllt'I', R llzix- llfllllcli. .X'f1'ff1lJ Kms: CI fllllllllllf, R. llfvlc, A. SCll1V fir-ld, lf. lflllvutt, R. M ic lm il 1- l. Tlzirul Roxy: Mr. lizryvr, gl. Rugrr, YV. XYil- wn, Y YLll1Llf'T' water. RAMATICS I.1f-f In Rfg1f1l,l"!'fffl1 Roms: IJ. Beattie K. Nirmrrixrm, D. Burke, S. Hagger- ty, E. Yvrwlfe, N1 Nlfmrnch. .Yrfffnd Roms: Mr, Niuck I., Inhrnmn, M Rcdrnoml, D. Jan- sen, CP, Rnftcfry, G. Dippvl, P, YVHI Third Rffici R. Frisch, P. Mmhcr I.. I.1nv, I.. Rxch- nrcixrm, G. Df1VVitt .-X. Ruger. lkJ1J1J 1 KJLJLJIJ I.ffr to Righf Sffzml: K. Buren- n'1 ' - ' .ncIt, NI. .Xckert X. Falcc, If. Rmr, C frwtrrrzl, NI. Vogel C1 Ruxt. .Ytanjirrg gl. VIt'ZlIlYIk'Yl8f', 'It fnutzlnt, tl. I7ePu5' 5, I.nr1gHn-Ici.,l.HC- lnryrv, P, Klyne K. Nlxlrmlzlkw, I Vhzxin-t, U. Rzmnus- svn, NI. ,Iuhnmn sl brunt., N. Rich- urdx. n y v v Schim, Mrs I.n- INA H fu Rlgjfuf' Ll. llix, bl. Ucllmff, anim J. Num, wich -Iuhnxmm, R. ll llI'N'Ilfl'l" lkneel- Il R I, , Suttwn, hzmlxtancll E. mlb, xl3Cl'it'X, Q Pnrkx, P Mu- r, LI. lfdrnrmcls, C Rmt, J. Brack- nn ll. Ulmn, D. Rurnusscn, I. C vutunt. RIFLE CLUB Imff In Riglfz, Knr- fffngt Y. 'lxriolu C. Benjamin, R lDcG1':1l'f.l'fr.vl Rm. Sffzrzliing: il. Nlill- hzxm K. Slzxtrr, R .'xlJl'L1ll'150Il, j. Schi- ro, S. KIJIIIIIITIS, ,I Uilmlwom, P. xxllll' thcry, Mr. I'dvz1ri Rwar Raw: j Smith, j. Ellis, R Cmszlrm, JK. Mor icllrs, XY. PIII'llllll'N K. NVagnc'r, l.. dv Onis. Left fo Righf: -I Tizio, B. VVend- - over, N. Nice-hrke, P. VVill, D.XVend over, R. Pole, NT Vogel. MAGAZINE DRIVE WINNERS v 1 A' KT ,ll Mark Ko is butennanat E wmsonj Lnaxet rs wlanolakes Ennit Nils Zlbella A Countrxman Cma B Sc oon maker S Longfield M Lueken OFFICERS PRESIDENT SECRETARY Hildegarde Olson Olga NIHTYIHC7 VICE PRESIDEN HISTORIAN Rose Badami Sandra Longfield TREASURER FACULTY ADVISOR Rose Badami Miss J Iohnston This school wear has been a vers successful one or the O M NI Sororitv in mam vsais Nine new members were selected and accepted as our sisters after taking their oath One of the big events of the xear was our Lantern Bight Dance held on October 21 The decorations followed the theme of harxest time The climax of the ex ening was the grand march in which evenone participated At Christmas time the O IW 'N joined with 46 C? Mrssj Johnston Faculty 4df1,l5Uf the lhespians in gning the lnttrsororitx Lhristmxs Dance a function of neulx formed Inter Qorority gaxlx decorated in festixe colors of the season s one our members will long remember The members of our sororitx wish to tlke this opportunltx to thank tht students faculti and particularlx our 'idsisor 'Miss Iohnston for help and cooperation in making, our first wear back r New Paltz such 1 successful one J. s, I ' , , -' . , ' 4 . h - , . , . . . . ,, ,x . T fy Council. The affair, given in the Gym, which was 7 . Y 'V I . . ' - ' L . . . Y . K I I i im THESPIANS PRESIDENT oinnt Duliorx VIQF PRESIDENT XIIITICI Rrtht SEQRF IVXRY Rohtrtni Lonkhn I RF RSL RER Y umm Qthlro I' LXCUI FY -XDX IQOR Urs 'Uirx Elltn L1F1ltt I1 I If Rzglrl Front Ro NI Rrche DuBms S'1conl Run -X ingerman X Schlro Thxrd Ru P Triutuem F Nirllham Fourlh Ro-1 'X llearnlex L Niertz F1 lh Roz. P Klwne :mt R Xiclntx re D Burke L Iaxlor C Cotton Lan Roz. .I Jansen Beattie C I7eW1tt N De-Pux Nlr L:1FaI e B Nlrsner L Osterhoudt J DePuS The Thespmn 1ct1x1t1es commented ulth the form'1l 1nd mform 11 1f1lIl'lI'1OI'l ot new members Fha Chrrstmws seison brought forth 1 Chrrstmis cu in -Xlumm Iei ind in Inter Nororltx dince guen bx both sororrtres Liter ln the sem' the senlor Thespmns vm 1 Broidu cu productlon ind were honored bx the rtnmmmg members qt 1 Stmor prcnrc Fhe hlgh I1g,ht of our xe1r the 1nnu1I Check trbowrd Que uhrch feqtured entertcunment dmc mg 'and refreshments xms 1 tremendous success One ot the outstandmg accomphshments of the xeur was the tormrng bx the O 'NI N and fhespmns of an Inter bororrts Councll created tor the purpose ot promotmg cooperatron between sororrtres The COLIXILII consrsts of the Presrdent X lee Presrdent and Adxlsor of each sororrts and the Prmcrpal Our ipprecratron goes to 'Urs LaFa1se for her cooperatron rnterest and faxthfulness uhlch hfue helped to make thrs ne'1r one ot the best rn Thespran hxstorx 5 " , . 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Slo- Nlier, ii. futtrmn, Cf Pctrilzrw, Nl. Alirrnnmri, VI. Ellix, S. Haggerty, S. Roberts, L. Lohrman. Third Roar: C. I.awlcr, K. Malnolnkex, P. Reid, li. Lawler. T. Power, 1. Deiiraff, Bracken, E. Brooka P. Smiley, M. Mn- mn, F. Tzintillw, P. VVill, J. Jansen, A. Angermnn. Fourllz Row: I.. Trautwein, R. Badxlmi, ll. Olson, L. NIETY7, R. Conklin, 0 Schneider, A. clvOniS, G. Fd- mondg J. Lawler, D. YVar- ren, G. Parks, A, Murphy N. Klnehrke, I.. Quick. Left to Riglzf, font Rome E. Rost, G. Bl mer, ,l. Vett P. Xxvllllllljfy,R.ZlYUIT1CI'lTl8I1 J. Smith, A. Alessi. Srrnnd Rufio: XV. Paraclies, VV. Yvil- son, J. Aghton, A. Bonmz, G NlCC:1lie, Y. Trinlfi, I. Stokes. Third Runs: K. Nlnr- rison, L. Richardson, E YVolf, C. Jolinmn, R. Dres- sel, XV. Chznnlierlnin, A l7uH0is, Yvciv, H. Pnsner 65 cn 2,4 BOYS CHORUS U 0 Rigibfi G. DeXVixt. I Vlllx, P. Reid, E. Nfnsvm I Illxx, NI. 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For GIIIS JeweIry and Dnamond PANES Bonded Dnamonds cor Mann and Academy SI's Poughkeepsue N Y CompInmen'Is ACKERT SHELL STATION Complnmenfs A P LeFEVRE and SON CoaI Lumber Feed Fuel OII New PaII'z N Y Phone 25I I 556 Compllmenfs REID and DONAHUE GULF STATION CompIImenIs Edmund H Zupp Reg Pharm WHELAN DRUG AGENCY New PaI+z N Y . 5 , of . . . l I . . of . . . of . . . ULSTER APPLIANCE The CI1e6rIeaders PI-ffmm at the XVaIIkiII mme, . of . . . 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DEARNLEY, Ph. G. PHARMACIST "Good Luck 'ro all Igraduafesl from RexaIl" Direcf agenl for - Whi+man's Candy Revlon Cosmelics Yardley Cosmefics Buf - "Prescrip+ions are my Business" Dial 340I-693l I27 Main S+ New Palfz, N. Y. New Pal'I'z Co-Op. G.L.F. SERVICE INC. Feeds Seeds Ferhluzers Spray Nlalerials and Farm Supplies Phone 522I Complumenls MONTE S MARKET Gardiner N Y BETTY ARMSTRONG SHOPPE 96 Mann Slreel Dial 392I INSURE WITH SHAW Phone 634I Complumenfs of CENTRAL Cooperahve Assn Gardiner N Y 61 . . I . I . . . . . 1 of . . . C . . 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Phone 420I Healing Plumbing Elecfrucal Confrachng BdfEc Poughkeepsie Music Shop and Sfudios Everylhmg in Music Tel 23l2 222 Main Slreel' Poughkeepsie N Y Complimenis NEW PALTZ DINER New Paliz 670I SPORTSMEN S PARK Din ng Danc ng Enferlainmenl Swimming Pool Calering 'ro Weddings Banouels and Oullngs Cornplnnenls RICHARD W LENT POTTER BROS SPORTING GOODS Complnmenfs 294 Fair SI'ree1' Knngsion Telephone 5l I9 WILLIAMS LAKE HOTEL Id ntlfmtz n 1 Pzflurfs Rosendale N Y Anlta Angermm AI Bonitz Jos ce Lhrkson FACILITIES EOR IOC Ddvlarm DANCES AND BANOUETS Om? DUBOH ein Tfznsen o'1n Lwwlcr George ITICC1be I oulse Merry Impor+an+ Baly F'ure IW1IIh1m Hlldegarde Olson Robert Pole VV1II11m Rhlnehirt XIIITICI Rlche ohn Twxo Dons VV1rren Iohn XVGIQ7 Dorothx VVendox er Take Ihe Irme you would spend on Ihe Iarnnly washing each week for res? recreahon and IusI pIaun rehef Ironn a never ending Task Take hme for Invung now by calhnq KIngsIon I57O and enloy a day cornpIeIeIy free Irom wash day work and worry THOIVISON LAUNDRY 243 CIm+on Ave Kmgsfon ESTABLISHED OVER 50 YEARS In New PaI+z and Vucunu+y Every Monday and Thursday T65 ' ' , N. Y. of . . . H 'i D 'o ff 1 ' ' ' 1. ' f . 11. .' A . ' . 2. I IZ. ' 3. 1' T 1 . 13, 4. 5 ' I-I. ' '. ' . 5. J 4 '. 15. . ' ' 6. Joyce Ennist I6. Joan Shuckrow 7. LT . -. 5 17.1 8. I . . ' 18. '. . 0. , . - f . IQ. b '. , IO. , , ZO. j ' L 641 Complrmenls L e BALFOUR COMPANY RAYMONDJ MORR5 AH'Ieboro Massachuse'I"I's LOUIS D LeFEVRE Known Wherever Ihere are Schools and Colleges OLD COMPANY S LEHIGH COAL Class Rnngs and Pnns Commencemenl Invnlahons Dlplomas DMI 425' New pau! N Y Personal Cards Club Inssgnua Medals 81 Trophnes Represenfahve A M Hodgluns P O Box 9 Scheneclady nF1eCeb New PALTZ LUMBER co DEY0 8' HASBROUCK Lumber Buuldnng Mafernals INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Boffled Gas Devoe and R5Yn0ld5 Pa'nI I2 Orchard Henghfs New Palh N Y Phone 4I3I New Palh. N. Y. Phone 324I oo-0QaoooooqQQ--ooQ-0-cocooooooooooaqqneogqeooooooeoooooeqoo-ooooooooooo ---------..-....--...-----------..---------..--------------------------- of . . . . . . O .I .. . , . . . . . . . . N. Y. Bo 'r EI ration. O ' Q , . . ---------------------------- Comphmenfs of FRANK G. ELLIOTT Ulsfer Coun+y rs The 2nd largesf apple producmg Coun+y nn N Y Sfafe and The 7+h largesf In U S A Demand The besf grades of home grown apples when you go shoppmg SANFORD ORCHARDS ----------------oQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Qooggoooe-- CARROLL'S DEPT. STORE Fea+urung Famous Brands of Shoes and Cloihmg for All The Famnly SHOES X RAY FITTED New Palfz Maybroolr Complsmenfs NEW PALTZ THEATRE Amelra and Arfhur Ren+ano res --------------------oo--------------- -oo------------------- ------------ 661 Complumenfs THE HOMESTEAD Resfauranf and Bar CompInmen+s E HASBROUCK and CO Modena N Y DOWNTOWN MARKET Ken Hofalung Prop GROCERIES PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS DELICATESSEN MEATS 36 Mann S+ree+ New Palh, QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ--------- Complamenfs Russ s Real Es+a+e B and B Insurance Agency I6 N Fron+ S+ Phone 8I32 GRAND UNION MODERN F000 MARKETS fea+urmg SELF SERVICE SPEED SHOPPING EVERY DAY LOW PRICES Joan The Grand Parade Io GRAND UNION Q--------Q---------------- ---e------- ---oo 0-9-0000-oooQQ---QoggoooooogoooooQqgooooooogoaaqogQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ HENRY'S ELECTRICAL SHOP Comphmem of . . . ABE PARADIES S+ore of IOOI Iferns GENERAL HARDWARE Loren Murchison and Co., Inc. Class Rings - Announcernenfs Moores Painls and Varnislwes I-Iouseliold Needs Year Boolcs Represen+a+ive: R. Lesier Brow Box No. I243 Eleclrical Appliances Plumbing Supplies Main S+ree+ New PaII'z 3I4I NEW PALTZ PASTRY SHOP Specializing Complimenfs in WEDDING and BIRTHDAY CAKES A FRIEND Complimenls GEORGE MILLHAM and SON Poughkeepsie, N. Y. of . . . ------------..----..---...--------------..----..------...-------..--... New PaI+1 654l TEXACO Marfax Lubrncahon Havolme Iv1o+or Oul JANSEN S SUPER SERVICE I60 Mann S+ New PaI+z N Y Reousfered and Approved New York Sfafe Deperfmenf of Educahon Secre'farnaI Accounfmg KRISSLER BUSINESS INSTITUTE Poughkeepsue Tel 2733 JOSEPHINE DRESS SHOP Dress Manufadurer TeI 372I Phone 69I I Lawrence s Service Sfahon TAXI SERVICE Traulways Bus Termmal Mobulgos Oils and Lubrocahon NEW PALTZ N Y e VI If fu 1 Pa lz at Pep Many Gradua+es of New PaI+z Cen+raI School have found a+ fhe Moran Spenceraerm The rnghf framing and placemenf servnce Ihe rnghf envnronmerd Ihe rnqhf school' Bullefm marled on requesf J J MORGAN Prun Klngsfon N Complnmenfs PETER H HARP PR ' 683 MM' may ' f ELEVEN COLVIN AVENUE ' PHONE 2 4401 ' ALBANY 5, NEW YORK --------..--------....---..---------..----- ..... ---- ..... -----..-------- .. Eddi '0 "S 'r't nf U f Nffza' I " . . f X Rally. I . . , . . , , . . , - s ' ' . 1 o o of . . I Q , . . - ---..- ---- -- ---- ---..- - . ------ -


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