Port Jervis High School - Victor Yearbook (Port Jervis, NY)

 - Class of 1944

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Emily Aliton-"Em" Emily is one of the musical members of our class who graduated last August and is now attending college. Glee Club accompanist 1 Band l, Z, 3 Rotary music medal 3 Girls' A. A, 1, 2, 3 Thespia-n Honor Society '5 Dramatic Club l, 2, 3 junior play 3 Stunt night l, 2, 3 Austin Barber Austin is one of our class' mates who is usually seen oveiiat the bowling alley where he not only practices lcnoclfing thi pins-down but alsof canfjoccasicna-Hy be found 'rf the setting the pins UE. 'various times hc enjoysg imself cruising around Porr'in his Ford. i, - .nv . rt?" I Marion is an e going member 31 er quiet unas y has won her many e s, and she is not- ed fo iv ng support to the efforts of er 'fellow students. Student Council 1, 2, 3 journalism Club 2 Latin 'Club 3 Marjorie Benjamin - "Margie" Margiexis one of our members on whom we can always def pend for a smile and a few words of encouragement- During school sl'ie's usually in 3101 after school she's likely to be busily working behind the soda fountain in the Port Jervis Drug Store. Shorthand Club 3 Homeroom program ch'm. 2 'ST' SEN Q.: THE YEARS MAY COME i if . ' ' . " 'Y' X 1 1 L f, yi? M W ,rf Helen Benton Homemaking classes seem to occupy a large part of Hel' en's time. ln addition to these and to trips around town with her close friends, Mary and Rose, Helen will be remembered for her late morning dashes into home' room. We hope she'll be able to dash to success too' Red Cross representative 3 l'lomeroon1 program claim. 2 x' ' Catherine Boyle-"Kay" Kay comes from the country of West End. Her chief def light is derived from waving from the bus window at her fellow students on rainy days. However we will always envy her ability of not letting anyf thing worry her and hope that she will always retain this characteristic. French Club 3, 4 Girls' A. A. l June Burns , Here you see one of tk!- smallest, members of hour cl 's, one who has ac' c infbfished mahy things ile in luivglfschool. Af though her activity lisxfwbuld suggest a sccretarialfcareer, june has decided to enter the Cadet Nursing Corps and become an Army Nurse. Girls' A. A. 1, Z Homeroom sect'y. l, 2. 3, 4 Latin Club 3 Williani Burrows--"Po" Bill is our example of the lighter side of school life. As one rf our class comedians he will be remembered for his famous chapel programs. Freshman class vicefprcs. l Track Z Football 2 Band Z, 3, 4 Boys' Glee Club 4 Classbook staff 4 Senior minstrel 4 0

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LeRoy Fisher-"Bud" ' "Bud" is our class president. He well desefvesthe ho because of his outsta' g ability and success' in so hany acti ties. ,Class , tisiien fi, Rand 3,4 1 lr' lwench ClQb, Prelklent 4 Dramatic Club 3 Senior play 4 Senior minstrel 4 Stunt night 3.54. , . i sb AI I wwf Nancy 'n-"Nan" Ti de-haired, hazel' e girl mous for her Mabilit af a flute, has er ass faithfully, as fficer is an active in y all. Cl ecretary Ba- d 1, 2, 3 Class sect'y.ftreas,, ,3 French Club 3, 4 Stunt night 3, 4 Classbook staff A 4 . . mf' Elmo? Isa allude" N Qi, the i s Ollaql t the . may C ' pany, is oik ical maest - Also as'social chairman he t Vx 413 clxciucted manybsuccessf ful dan s. Band is 3, 4X5 Boys' G e bb' 2, 3. 4 Minstrel , , 4 Classbook staff 4 Stunt night 1, 3, 4 journalism Club 3, 4 junior play 3 Carolyn Blasiar-"Muscles" Carolyn, besides having the honor of being Editorfin' Chief of the classbook, has found time to be in many other activities. Secretary Senior Council 3 French Club 3, 4 Senior play 4 journalism Club 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 3 Senior minstrel 3, 4 Dramatic Club 4 Copy editor P. I. News 4 William Niles-"Bill" Bill's outstanding athletic abil' ity has been proved by the fact that he has twice been awarded a letter for track and basketball. In the line of music, Bill, too, has un' usual talent as is demon' stratecl by his ability to play the sax. Basketball l, Z, 3, 4 Football Z, 3, 4 Track l, I Band l, 2, 3 ' fre , ,lean , W' F kdshair, smile, an infecti 'gigjle mark the treikliihfa of ofR4r,'lass. She is usQy,3eli'l'as a monitor in ous frm' halls off learning, Class tF5'Slurer 2,4 Stunt night 1 ""' Student Council 3 Girls' Glee Club 4 French Club 4 Senior minstrel 4 V5 Classbook staff 44?' ' 4 l Wa " 1' 4 XM I u , r Phyllis Seidler-"Phyl'l i One of the busiest persons in school, Phyl has particif pated in several of the prof jects of the class. First in Athenian Contest 4 Rotary award for dramatics 3 EditorfinfChie'f P, I, News 4 Girls' A. A. 2, 3, 4 Junior play 3 Senior minstrel 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Class historian 4 J' Olga XP sis-'i9pgie" . 1 ie," I 'M is call y er frien is an act? mem' er of,1 P, 1. ews staff, hglydg the p ' on of City E 'oi n ' H , ,,,. Xl com l in U .. h . g high sc. ' e fo enterijllsinlesf .Ichool artdluv purfue a sec mial round' ' Business mangggf qla b-6 4 President ShorthandfClui0 3 Girls' Clee Club 1, 2, 3 Senior minstrel 3, 4

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IIACLC has very little to say, she ' always has a smile for all her 4 l" -1+ -- r ll ,A ,, fl" 3 "1 ,M W s if 'fb' Fannie Caputo One of our neatest appear' ing girls is Fannie. Besides her welihgroomed look, she ,H is also noted for her long W dark hair and her nice clothes. Because of these, we feel that we have very little to worrv about in her fu' ture impression on other peof ple. Student Council 1 Girls' Glee Club 3 7 i.As,."' o ,L ' ff i ' 1 w VL Bet y Cai-done Red hair and alquid manner serve as two of Betty's char' acteristics -by which we'll he fy able' to remember her. f january she came from New Brunswich tp, our school where she became one of our class. Her favorite subject here has been biology, and one of her ambitions is to go into nurses' training af- ter graduation. Douglas Case-"Casey" ' a Doug is ne of us who is seldom' to say anything but usua y can be heard ughing uproariously. For 't geopast four years he has X been seen regularly sitting Qxthe trumpet section of the band or else working in the x r machine shop. 5 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 S Boys' Glee Club 4 X V... Stunt night 3, 4 J" 'X Qiit l Irene Case ' All you movie lovers must be wellfacquainted with Irene, the blonde usherette in the ij qStrand Theater. Although friends. We all know she will achieve her desired ,goals -J' . . we in life. - Girls' A. A. 1 Maiorettes 2 'I Shorthand Club vicefpres. 4 fig, THE YEARS MAY GO Marie Casterlin Lovely blonde tresses, a lackadaisical walk and a cheery smile help make up this girl liked by all her classmates for her pleasant disposition. Every morning Marie faithfully walks from TrifStates to be in our midst. We are sure that she will win a high place in the world of business in her fu' ture Yeafs. Alfred Chant-"Al" Al s had quite a list of acg ies t his credit but hasbstillajind 'me to en- ioy all Jellqz of high school days I gf, Boys' oi Joins Ns. Say-t nigxxzlfig 3, 4 - Seger m,1nstrelV4 C sbook"s ff 4 - fl! ' play. P. ews 21 3, 4 e affl, 2 Stu r Council 2 G Catherine Cherry-"Kitty" Besides claiming the honor of being a member of our class who hails from Spar- rowbush, Kitty is also one of seven who graduated in januf ary. In school you scarcely ever found her without he art portfolio and her friend Alice. In future life we hope we never 'find her without SUCCESS. Shorthand Club 3 Barbara Child A girl with high ambition is Barbara- No nw interested ..i r tsmanshlp, but she Mop to beco an engfl r. Wit . ability, me der Miss Lindstro s om has been one of her favorite hangouts in school. Latin Club 3 Stunt night 3, 4 Art staff of classbook -A A!

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