r -- ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC UBRARY 3 1 833 07470 5176 THE FIDELITAS 1938 STATE SCHOOL of AGRICULTURE and HOME ECONOMICS DELHI, NEW YORK VOLUME XVII I T H E F 1 D E LIT A S Published by the Graduating Class of the New York State School of Agriculture, at Delhi, New- York 1938 FOREWORD As we set forth on life’s journey, we sin¬ cerely hope that our recapitulations of the class of ’38 will serve as a media through which its members can relive the good times enjoyed dur¬ ing “Ag.” School days. The Staff STATE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE, DELHI. NEW YORK ALMA MATER Sheltered by the Catskill Mountains, In a vale so fair, Stands our school so well beloved. By the Delaware. Chorus Delhi, hail our Alma Mater, Praise to thee we give; Sons and daughters ever striving Useful lives to live. When we leave to start life’s journey, One sweet memory Will recall the pleasant hours We have spent with thee. Chorus Delhi, hail our Alma Mater, Praise to thee we give; Sons and daughters ever striving Useful lives to live. I BOARD OF VISITORS Appointed by the Governor: Edward 0. Harkness, President ...... Delhi, N. Y. Andrew J. Nicoll, Secretary ...... Hobart, N. Y. Nelson Kelly, D. A. S. ’22 ...... Halcottville, N. Y. Edward S. White ......... Walton, N. Y. Jerome J. Earrell ......... Walton, N. Y. William A. Humphries ........ Delhi, N. Y. Cornelius Blythe, D. A. S. ’18 ...... Roxbury, N. Y. Ex-Officio: Hon. Erank P. Graves, Commissioner of Education, Albany, N. Y. Hon. A. V. Noyes, Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets, Albany, N. Y. Dr. Carl E. Ladd, Dean of State College of Agriculture, Ithaca, N. Y. DIRECTOR H. L. SMITH, M. S. Cornell University. Post ' graduate work, Cornell University. Instructor in Agriculture, Ellenville, Livingston Manor, Dansville. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, State School of Agriculture, Alfred, N. Y. Director, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1929 ' . ROBERT L DAVIDSON DEDICATION To Robert L. Davidson the Class of 1938 dedicates this book. Mr. Davidson has ever been a most helpful and genial friend. His never failing good humor and sa¬ gacity have endeared him to this class. 1938 FIDELITAS STAFF Standing: Thomson, Ostrom. Palincr. Curtiss, Ballantine, Smith, Young, Bates, Hallett, Speirs, Jackson, Gilligan, Blumcnthal. Seated: Wackford, Tiffany, Beauregard, Edwards, Taylor, All, Harrington. 1938 FIDELITAS STAFF Co-Editors William Taylor Edward Gilligan Assoc. Co-Editors Benjamin Cohen Minnie Harrington Organization Editor Alfred Bates Assts. Henry Smith, Stanley Fish Eleanor Edwards Senior Records Editor Louise Tiffany Asst. Diane Blumenthal Art Editor Dorothy Hallett Assts. Frederick Young, Beatrice Thomson Feature Editor Ambrose Jackson Assts. Lois Wackford, Elva Palmer Athletic Editor Cordon Ballantine Asst. Robert Speirs Business Manager Frank Beauregard Assts. William Ridgeway Eugene Ostrom, Ethel All, Edward Cilligan Typists William Curtiss Emily Bostwick, Pearl Cesell, Margaret Boggs, Theresa Burdick Faculty Adviser Marv E. Brown FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY, 1937T938 r 1 r 1 ' t» « v| fjMEa «fMjpt r »j[ il j BSFfe vP ' ' ® Hi HKj rgd nr ! JBI Page 14 THE FIDELITAS 1938 CLARENCE H. WALL Short Course in Agriculture, Cornell Univer- sity. Special Course in Agriculture, Cornell Univer¬ sity. Summer School, Cornell. Operated home farm, Steuben County. With Prof. G. F. Warren, Ithaca. Supt. State School Farm, Delhi, 1916-1918. Agricultural Engineering, State School of Agri¬ culture, Delhi, 1918-. E. W . THURSTON, M.S. Cornell University. Cornell Summer School. President, New York State Agricultural Teach¬ ers’ Association. Teacher of Agriculture at Lowville, Chateaugay, and Sodus, N. Y. Agronomy and Horticulture, State School of Agriculture at Delhi, 1923-. C. C. EVENDEN, B.S.A. College of Agriculture, Syracuse University. General manager of a dairy, nut and fruit farm, Reidsville, N. C. Instructor, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Farmingdale, L. 1. Dairy Industry, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1920-. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 15 EFFIE BELLE DAVIS N. Y. State Normal School, Onconta, N. Y. Teacher, Ramsey, N. J.; Fort Terry, N. Y.; Pemberton, N. J. Lowell School of Business, Binghamton, N. Y. Secretary, Sales Dept., Meridale Farms. Stenographer, State School of Agriculture, Delhi. Secretary to Director, State School of AgricuL lure, Delhi, 1923 ' . ROY NEWMAN HARVEY, B.S. Cornell University. Head of Poultry Husbandry Division, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Secretary, Texas Poultry Raising Association. Superintendent, First Texas National Egg ' Lay- ing Contest. Teacher of Agriculture, Chazy Central Rural School. Poultry Husbandry, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1923 ' . LAWRENCE O. TAYLOR, B.S. Cornell University. Instructor of Vocational Agriculture, Perry High School, Perry, N. Y. Animal Husbandry, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1930 ' . Page 16 THE FIDELITAS 1938 MARY ELIZABETH BROWN, A.B. Syracuse University. Preceptress, Athens ' On-the-Hudson. Physical Director, Monticcllo, N. Y. Graduate work at Syracuse University. Commercial, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1930 ' . ) WILLIS B. WAITE, B.S. Cornell University. Parm Management, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1932 ' . LEONA WAITE, B.S. M.S. University of New Hampshire, B.S. Syracuse University, M.S. Instructor and Manager in School Cafeteria at alhalla. New York. Institutional Management, Delhi, 193? ' . 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 17 RENE PHILIP MICHEL Special Instruction in Building Engineering, Troy, N. Y. Journeyman Carpenter and Cabinet ' Maker, Troy, N. Y., and vicinity. General Carpenter Foreman on building con- struction. The Scglin Construction Co., New York City. State Teachers’ College, Buffalo, N. Y. Industrial Arts, Oswego, N. Y. Instructor, Industrial Arts and Building Con¬ struction, Schenectady, N. Y. Carpentry, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1933-. MABEL E. MOSS. M.A. Maryland College. Buffalo Normal. Mechanics Institute at Buffalo. Columbia University, B.S., M.A. Cornell Summer School. Instructor, Penn Hall for Girls; Russell Sage College; Penn State University; Farming- ton Normal; Farmington, Maine. Clothing and Crafts, State School of Agricul¬ ture, Delhi, 1937-. GLADYS CITEK, B.S. New York University. Graduate work, Syracuse University. Nutritionist, Christadora Settlement House, N. Y. C. Child Care and Nutrition, State School of Agri¬ culture, Delhi, 1937-. Page 18 1938 THE FIDELITAS KATHERINE KREBS, B.S. Russell Sage College. Dietitian,, Bordentown Military Inst. Dietitian, Diabetic Sanitarium. Foods, State School of Agriculture. Delhi, 1937 ' . ) WILLIAM F. KENNAUGH, B.S. State School of Agriculture, Delhi, New York. Instructor, Cornell University. Instructor, Ithaca High School. Economics, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1937 ' . JAMES DOOLEY Industrial Teachers’ Training School, Buffalo. Instructor in Adult Education, Albany. Instructor in Bricklaying, McKinley High School. Masonry, State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1937 ' . 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 19 CLIFTON C. FLATHER, B.F.A. Yale University. Draftsman, Starrett 6? Van Vlecks, N. Y. C. Designer, Walker 6? Gillette, N. Y. C. Designer and Assist. Arch., N. Y. S. Arch. Office. Architect, Goddard, Jacquet Flather, Albany. Architectural Drawing, State School of Agri¬ culture, Delhi, 1937-. H. EUGENE WIEAND, M.A. Director of Men’s Chorus, State School of Agri¬ culture, Delhi, 1937-38. Franklin Marshall, A.B. Yale, M.A. Supt. of Schools in the Third Supervisory Dis¬ trict of Del. Co. LAURA GAY SMITH Delaware Academy. Music Instructor, Delaware Academy. Music, State School of Agriculture, Delhi. Page 20 THE FIDELITAS 1938 LUCY A. STARK Newburgh Free Academy, 1933. Dairy Commercial Course, State School of Agri ' culture, 1935. Office Secretary, State School of Agriculture, 1936 ' . ) ROBERT L. DAVIDSON Farm Manager and Supervisor of Farm Prac ' tice. State School of Agriculture, Delhi, 1928 ' . Page 22 1938 THE FIDELITAS Fourth Row; Lane, FlemintJ, Munson, Speirs, Gilligan, Tice, Lawrence. Third Row: Cohen, Taylor, Thorsland, Washburn, Sharp, Marlette, Hector, Jackson, Mercer, McDonald, Beul. Second Row: Erk, Hillis, Repp, Ballantine, Bates, Ostrom, Beauregard, Worden, Sluiter, Ridg ' way, Jones, Oliver, Passuello, Hinkley, Doty. First Row: Elliott, Curtiss, Taylor, Smith, Eish, Belford, Dickson, Young, Mitchell, VanKuren, Shaw. SENIOR MEN Officers James Dickson, Pres. Stanley Fish, Vice-Pres. Henry Smith, Sec. Frederick Young, Treas. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 23 Standing: Harrington, Miss Brown, Boles, Burdick, Thornson, Boggs, Gesell Seated: Padgoski, Tiffany, Bostwick. I DAIRY-COMMERCIAL CLASS Officers Louise Tiffany, Pres. Emily Bostwick, Vice-Pres. I Katy Padgoski, Sec. Beatrice Thomson, Treas. Page 24 THE FIDELITAS 1938 Fourth Row; Worden, M. Race, Wright, Stroh, Palmer, M. Race, FTallett, Gillespie, Mugglin. Third Row: All, Vandcrvort, Gould, Genung, Cross, Blanchard, Place, Hammond, Patrick, Steffen, Lane. Second Row; Miss Citek, Cox, Harrington, Hulbert, Flannery, Wackford, Miss Waite, Kish ' paugh. Cole, Davis, Becker, Roscncrants, Miss Krebs. First Row; Salese, Blumenthal, Booth, Chrysler, Edwards, Taft. Loomis, Budd, Miss Moss. HOMEMAKING CLASS Freshmen Geraldine Chrysler, Pres. .Jeanette Steffen, Vice-Pres. Alice Booth, Sec. and Treas. Officers Seniors Eleanor Edwards, Pres. Dorothy Taft, Vice-Pres. Dorothy Taft, Sec. and Treas. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 25 ETHYL ALL Hohart, New York Institutional Management “ knoiv not if I know, what true love is.” Activities: Oracle Staff, 1; Country Life Clul); Fidelitas Staff, 1, 2; Vice-Pres. Homemak- ing, 1; Woman’s Student Senate, 2: Women’s Track Meet, 1; A. A. GORDON RALLANTINE Oneonta, New York Poultry Husbandry “For he that runs well, twice runs his race.” Activities: Horn Hoof, Ser- geant-at-Arnis, 1; Fidelitas Staff, 2; Cross Country, 1, 2, Captain 2; Basketball, 1; Intramural Sports, 1, 2; A. A.; F. F. A.; Country Life Club. ALFRED G. BATES New Hampton, New York Animal Husbandry “For him a quiet, peaceful life and a girl back home to be his wife.” Activities: Oracle Staff, 1; Student Council, Pres., 1; Horn Hoof, 1, Pres., 2; Fraternity, 1, Pres., 2; Fidelitas Staff, 2; Bas¬ ketball, 1, Capt., 2; Intramural Sports, 2; A. A.; F. F. A.; Country Life Club. FRANK BEAUREGARD Suffern, New York Poultry Husbandry “Presume not that am the thing I u’as!” Activities: Oracle Staff, 1; Country Life Staff, Pres., 2; Oracle Staff, 1; Horn Hoof, 1, Sec., 2; Fraternitv: Fidelitas Staff, 1; Intramural Sports; A. A.; F. F. A. PAUL BELFORD Brooklyn, New York Dairy “A man uould have little pleas¬ ure if he never flattered him¬ self.” Activities: Country Life Club; Intramural Sports; A. A.; F. F. A. DIANE BLUMENTHAL Middletown, New York Institutional Management “Nor will she be in business for the mere sake of being busy.” Activities; Country Life Staff; Oracle, 1, 2; Fidelitas, 1, 2; Ciheerleader, 1, 2; Student Coun¬ cil, 2; A. A. EMILY M. BOSTWICK Owego, New York Dairy-Commercial “The sincere alone can recog¬ nize sincerity.” Activities; Country Life Staff; Oracle Staff; Class Pres.; Stu¬ dent Council; Fidelitas Staff; President Women’s Student Gov’t; A. A. MARGARET R. BOGGS Franklin, New York Dairy-Commercial “And so she flirted, like a true good woman, till we bade adieu.” Activities; Country Life Staff; Oracle Staff; Student Council; A. A. Page 26 1938 THE FIDELITAS EDITH BUDD Phillipsport, New York Homemaking “True friendships are firmer than fame.” Activities: Country Life Club; House Pres., 1; A. A. THERESA A. BURDICK Oxford, New York Dairy-Commercial ‘‘To hear is to conquer our fate.” Activities: Oracle Staff; Coun¬ try Life Club; A. A. WILLIAM M. CURTISS Poughkeepsie, New York Poultry Husbandry ‘‘Come my best friends, my books, and lead me on.” Activities: Country Life Club; Oracle Staff, 1, 2; Fidelitas Staff, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. BENJAMIN COHEN Accord, New York Architectural Drafting ‘‘Great is our admiration for one who speaks fluently and wisely.” Activities: Country Life Club; Fidelitas Staff, 2; Tri-Atelier, 2; Intramural Sports; A. A. JAMES DICKSON Delhi, New York Animal Husbandry ‘‘Tis the farmers care that makes the field bear. ’ Activities: Country Life Club; Oracle Staff, 1; Class Pres., 2; Student Council, 2; Intramural Sports; Fraternity; A. A.; E. F. A. ELEANOR EDWARDS Windsor, New York Institutional Management ‘‘The eternal Feminine.” Activities: Orchestra, 1; Coun¬ try Life Club; Fidelitas Staff; Class Pres., 2; Women’s Track, 1; A. A. CHESTER ELLIOT Highland, New York Dairy and Animal Husbandry ' ‘Words are but wind, but seein’s believin ' .” Activities: Country Life Club; A. A.; F. F. A. JAMES L. FILIPPINI Pine Plains, New York Masonry “Such and so various are the tastes] of men.” Activities: Country Life Club; Fidelitas Staff, 1, 2; Intramural Sports; A. A. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 27 STANLEY R. FISH Hartwick, New York Architectural Drafting " Then he wilt talk—how he will talkr Activities: Country Life Club: Chorus, 1; Tri-Atelier; Fidelitas Staff, 2; Class Vice-Pres., 2; A. A. PEARL GESELL Delhi, New York Dairy-Commercial “ say it must he done, it must.” Activities: Country Life Staff; Oracle Staff; A. A. JEANETTE GILLESPIE Wallkill, New York Homemakinc “In aequilihrio—In a state of equilibrium.” Activities: Country Life Staff; Oracle Staff; Fidelitas Staff; A. A. EDWARD P. GILLIGAN New York, New York General Agriculture “Now what I want is. Facts.” Activities: Country Life Club; Oracle Staff; Fidelitas Staff; Co-Ed., 2; Chorus; A. A.; F. F. A. DOROTHY HALLETT Walden, New York Clothing “.4 fine judgment in discerning art.” Activities: Country Life Club; Fidelitas Staff, 2; A. A. MARY HARRINGTON Norwich, New York Foods “Her talents were of the more silent class.” Activities: Country Life Staff; A. A. MINNIE HARRINGTON Norwich, New York Dairy-Commercial “Born in an age more curious than devout.” Activities: Country Life Staff; Fidelitas Staff; A. A. CLAUDE HECTOR Narrowsburg, New York Dairy Industry “W hat is woman? Only one of nature’s agreeable blunders.” Activities: Country Life Club; Basketball, 1, Capt. 2; Intra¬ mural Sports, 1, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. Page 28 THE FIDELITAS 1938 VINCENT IlINKLEY Roxhiiry, New York Daihy Industry “Men of feiv worils are the best men.” Activities: Country Life Clul); Horn Hoof, 1; Intramural Sports, 1, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. AMBROSE JACKSON Walton, New York Dairy Industry “A quiet hoy, full of fun; he N liked by everyone.” Activities: Country Life Clui); Horn Hoof; Fidelitas Staff; Oracle Staff; Intramural Sports; A. A.; F. F. A. LAWRENCE H. MARLETT Otefio, New York Dairy Industry “Were there no tvomen, men might live like kings.” Activities: Country Life Cluh; A. A.; F. F. A. JOHN MERCER Millerton, New York Animal Husrandry “To live at ease and not be bound to think.” Activities: Country Life Clul); Cheerleader, 2; Intramural Sports; A. A.; F. F. A. JOSEPH LANE Bovina Center, New York Animal Husrandry “Faint heart ne ' er won fair lady!” Activities; Country Life Clul); Fraternity; Cross Country, 2; Intramural Sports, 1, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. JOHN T. LAWRENCE Divine Corners, New York Poultry Husbandry “Orators are made, poets are born.” Activities: Country Life Cluh; F. F. A.; A. A.; Second prize in school speaking contest, 2. VERNON MUNSON Oneonta, New York Dairy Industry “ff ' e wedded men live in sorroiv and care.” Activities: Country Life Cluh: Cl ass Vice-Pres., 1; Horn Hoof, 1, 2; Baskethall, 1, 2; Intra¬ mural Sports, 1, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. EUGENE OSTROM Middletown, New York Animal Husbandry “What is fame? An empty bubble.” Activities: Country Life Cluh; Horn Hoof; Fraternity: Fideli¬ tas Staff; Intramural Sports; A. A.; F. F. A. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 29 KATY PADGOSKI East O ' lopue, L. I., New York Dairy-Commercial ' ‘That mighty truth—how happy are the good. " Activities: Country Life Club; Class Sec.; A. A. ELVA PALMER Mt. Vision, New York Institutional Management “Man has his will, but woman her way.” Activities: Country Life Club; Vice-Pres., 2; Orchestra; A. A. JOHN REPP Middle Village, L. L, New York General Agriculture “Don ' t think it over—put it over.” Activities: Country Life Club; A. A.; F. F. A. WILLIAM RIDGEWAY Lisle, New York Animal Husbandry ‘Live to learn if you would learn to live.” Activities: Country Life Club; Oracle Staff; Student Council; Horn Hoof; Fraternity; Cheer¬ leader, 1; Fidelitas Staff; Mng. Cross Country, 1, 2; Mgr. Bas ' ketball, 1, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. LAURENCE SCOFIELD • Elmira, New York General Agriculture “So liise, so young.” Activities: Country Life Club; STUART SHARP Newburgh, New York Poultry Husbandry “It is the end that crowns us, not the fight.” Activities: Country Life Club; Horn Hoof, 1, 2; Fraternity; Chorus, 1, 2; Cross Country, Asst. Mgr.; A. A.; F. F. A. BRUCE L. SHAW Hamden, New York Carpentry “Be still that ye may hear.” Activities: Country Life Club; A. A. ADRIAN SLUITER Franklin, New York General Agriculture “Youth will have its swing.” Activities: Country Life Club; Student Council; Intramural Sports, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. Page 30 1938 THE FIDELITAS HENRY H. SMITH Goshen, New York Animal Poultry Husbandry “}lis music in our hearts we wore, lonf; after it was heard no more.” Activities: Country Life Club; Oracle Staff, 1, 2; Horn Hoof, 1, 2; Fraternity, Sec.; Fidelitas Staff, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. ROBERT S. Y. SPEIRS Slate Hill, New York Animal Husbandry “Be it ever so humble, there ' s no place like home.” Activities: Country Life Club; Oracle Staff; Fidelitas Staff; Fraternity; Horn Hoof, Vice- Pres., 2; Cross Country, Mgr., 2; Basketball, Mgr., 2; A. A.; F. F. A.; Intramural Sports, 2. WILLIAM TAYLOR Nichols, New York Animal Poultry Husbandry “Jlis face, the tablet of unutter¬ able thoughts.” Activities: Country Life Club; Horn Hoof; Fidelitas Staff, Co- Ed., 2; Fraternity, Treas., 2; Cross Country, 1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2; Intramural Sports; A. A.; F. F. A. BEATRICE M. THOMSON Bovina Center, N. Y. Dairy-Commercial “She says little but thinks much.” Activities: Country Life Club; k idelitas Staff; Woman’s Stu¬ dent Senate; Class Officer, Treas., 1; A. A. GLADYS STROH Batavia, New York Institutional Management “The dignity of womanhood.” Activities: Country Life Staff; Class Vice-Pres., 2; A. A. DOROTHY TAFT Bainbridge, New York Institutional Management “A woman can like a man in sixty-seven different ways.” Activities; Country Life Club, Sec., 1; A. A. ALFRED THORSLAND New York, New York Animal Husbandry “Silence is the mother of truth.” Activities: Country Life Club; Intramural Sports; A. A.; F. F. A. WARD W. TICE Spring Glen, New York Poultry Husbandry “All for love, or the world well lost.” Activities: Country Life Club; Horn Hoof, 1, 2; Fraternity, 1, Sergeant-at-Arms, 2; Cross Coun¬ try, 2; Intramural Sports, 1, 2; a! a.; F. F. a. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 31 ANETHMA VANDERVORT Unadilla, New York Institutional Management “There are teomen whose talent it is to serve. " Activities: Country Life Club; Woman’s Student Senate, Vice- Pres., 1, Pres., 2; A. A. LOIS WACKFORD Oxford, New York Institutional Management “How great is the darkness — woe to me, woe to me, woe! " Activities: Country Life Club; Oracle Staff; Fidelitas; Wo¬ man’s Student Senate, 1, 2; A. A. RALPH WASHBURN Clyde, New York Dairy Industry “Each tongue best tells its own tale. " Activities: Country Life Club; Horn Hoof; Intramural Sports, 1, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. MARSHALL WORDEN Bloomville, New York Animal Husbandry “A wise man is sometimes silent. " Activities: Country Life Staff; Basketball, 1; Intramural Sports, 2; A. A.; F. F. A. FREDERICK P. YOUNG West Coxsackie, New York Animal Husbandry “He is gentle, he is shy; he has mischief in his eye. " Activities: Country Life Club; Oracle Staff; Class Treas, 2; Horn Hoof; Fidelitas Staff; In¬ tramural Sports; A. A.; F. F. A. Page 32 THE FIDELITAS 1938 HONORS Hewill Citizenship Prize Alfred Bates, Middletown, New York (M " , Hamilton J. Hewitt of Delhi offered this prize of $5 to the best school citizen among the boys). Kiwanis Club Prizes for Excellence in Public Speaking Arthur Lieber, New ork City .$8 John Lawrence, Hurleyville . 4 Seeley Phillips, Slate Hill . 3 (The first prize winner represents the school at the Annual State Grange Speaking Contest). Dairymen’s League Cooperative Essay Contest Arthur DeGroat, LeGrangeville (Arthur DeGroat won first in the school elimination contest. His essay was then entered in the State School section competing with the winners of the other five State Schools; here, also, it received first place.) Theta Gamma Award William Curtiss, Poughkeepsie ...$5 (Offered to senior boy, not a member of the Fraternity, maintaining the highest scholastic standing). Oracle Awards The green and white emblem awarded for Oracle work is a letter D inside of which is an ink bottle and pen. Hayes, Flannery, Giovannetti, Worden, Bates, Jackson, Werlau. 0. Taylor, Young, Salese, Rosencrants, H. Smith, Gillespie. Gilligan, Margaret Race, Mildred Race, Blumenthal, Bostwick. Curtiss, Boggs, Burdick, Gesell. THE FIDELITAS Page 33 1938 Henry Smith Stock Judging Alfred Bates Marshall Worden Cross ' Country Capt. Gordon Ballantine, William Taylor, Martin Carey, William Winsman, Ward Tice, Samuel Bockes, Edwin Smith, William Luce, Joseph Lane. Participation: Kendall Marlette, Arthur DeGroat, Vincent Earl, Webster Star¬ ling, Donald Bouton, Seeley Phillips. Basketball Capt. Claude Hector, Alfred Bates, Martin Carey, Kenneth Simmons, Samuel Bockes, Robert Munn, William Taylor, Lawrence Carey, Vernon Munson, Robert Masten. Participation: Gordon Law, Edwin Smith, John Munson, Arthur DeGroat, Clar¬ ence Utter, Webster Starling. Baseball Capt. Samuel Bockes, William Taylor, James Hayes, Lawrence Carey, Martin Carey, Robert Masten, Gordon Law, Kenneth Simmons, Albert Spencer, Clarence Utter, Edwin Smith, Glenn Beers, Adolph Brose. Manager s Letter Robert Speirs Assistant Manager’s Emblems Lester Plankenhorn, Robert Barton Cheerleaders Diane Blumenthal, John Mercer, Louise Tiffany Page 34 THE FIDELITAS 1938 WHO’S WHO AMONG THE SENIORS Most popular girl—Edwards. Most popular boy—Bates. Class Sheik—Beauregard. Class Vamp—Wackford. Most apt to succeed, girl—-Vandervort. Most apt to succeed, boy—Bates and Taylor. Best looking girl—Taft. Best looking boy—Bates. Best athlete—Hector. Quietest girl—Padgoski. Quietest boy—Jackson, Curtiss. Ideal couple—Edwards and Tice. Best school citizen, girl—Vandervort, Blumenthal. Best school citizen, boy—Bates. Best dressed girl—Edwards. Best dressed boy—Beauregard. Most studious girl—Vandervort, Burdick. Most studious boy— Jackson. Most ambitious girl—Vandervort. Most ambitious boy—Gilligan. Friendliest girl—All, Edwards. Friendliest boy—Elliott, Smith. Wittiest girl—Taft. Wittiest boy—Cohen. Biggest eater—Curtiss. Most original—Cohen. Most shy—Young. Most polished and suave—Beauregard. Class diplomat—Gilligan. Class gentleman—Bates. Class lady—Edwards. Best dancer, girl—Blumenthal. Best dancer, boy—Dickson. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 35 Eighth Row; Masten, Russell, Sperry, Weber, Phillips, Earl, Bouton, Cheney, j Seventh Row: Winsman, Lyman, Bouton, Barlow. Halt, Lathrop, Morse. Sixth Row: Galettley, Starling, O. Taylor, Stewart, Plankenhorn, McMullin, Worden, Davidson, j Fifth Row: Bailey, Simmons, Spencer, Bateman, Roberto, McGranaghan, Marlette. Fourth Row: Eden, Beers, Soehl, Hayes, Rowe, Taggart, Werlau, Flannery. I Third Row; Lane, Leiber, Davis, Munn, Bockes, Haynes, Race. I Second Row: Utter, Martin, DeGroat, Brose, Luce, VanKeuren, Wilson. I First R.ow: Mr. Kcnnaugh, Sulcski, L. Carey, Smith, M,. Carey, Giovannetti, Debrosky, Mr. Flather. ENTERING CLASS Officers Martin Carey, Pres. Edwin Smith, Vice Pres. Lawrence Carey, Sec. Samuel Bockes, Treas. Giovanetti, Sergeant at Arms Mr. Flather, Mr. Kennaugh, Faculty Advisers. I I I BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING GROUP Page 38 1938 THE FIDELITAS Standing; Dickson, Sluiter, DeGroat. Seated: Blumenthal, Bates. M. Carey, Boggs. STUDENT COUNCIL Officers Alfred Bates, Pres. Jeanette Gillespie, Vice-Pres. Martin Carey, Sec. The Student Council is composed of the president and two others elected from the senior boys, the president and one other elected from the freshmen class of boys, and one girl elected from each of the classes for girls. This council meets with the Dir ector to discuss matters of discipline among students. It seeks to improve the standards of school life. During the last half of the year the council planned the assembly programs and also conducted an activ¬ ity period Tuesday evenings. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 39 Standing: Cross, Place, Thomson, Miss Waite, Miss Moss, All. Seated: Wackford, Flannery, Vandervort, Bostwick, Kishpaugh. WOMAN STUDENT GOVERNMENT Officers First Semester Anethema Vandervort, Pres. Emily Bostwick, Vice-Pres. Lois Wackford, Sec. and Treas. Second Semester Emily Bostwick, Pres. Catherine Flannery, Vice-Pres. Marguerite Kishpaugh, Sec. and Treas. THE FIDELITAS 1938 Pnae 40 Standing: Gesell, Harrington, Ridgeway, Wright, Jackson, Stroh, Ostrom, Race, Flannery, Boggs, Edwards, Tiffany. Seated: Race, Palmer, Beauregard, Chrysler, Cohen. COUNTRY LIFE CLUB The Country Life Club is one of the oldest organizations in the school. This club was started for the purpose of promoting the social life of the students. The officers for 1937-38 are as follows: President—Frank Beauregard. First Vice-President—Elva Palmer. Second Vice-President—Geraldine Chrysler. Third Vice-President—Mildred Race. Secretary—Benjamin Cohen. Asst. Secretary—Margaret Wright. Chr. Music Committee—Eleanor Edwards. Chr. Executive Committee—Eugene Ostrom. Executive Committee Pearl Gesell Olive Cole Grace Hulbert Minnie Harrington William Ridgeway Margaret Boggs Dorothy Worden Blanche Gould Margaret Race Throughout the year the club has given several evenings of entertainment. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 41 I On December 16, 1937, the club staff produced a royalty play called “Why [ the Chimes Rang.” This was the club’s most ambitious attempt of the year. The speaking characters were played by Frank Beauregard, as Holger the L peasant boy; Katy Padgoski, as Steen, his younger brother; Stuart Sharpe, as Ber-i f tel, their uncle; and Geraldine Chrysler, as an old woman. Others who participated I were: James Hayes, Diane Blumenthal, Leora Rosencrants, Jeanette Gillespie, Min- [ nie Harrington, Alfred Bates, Edith Budd, and Daniel Giovannetti. I The play was directed by Miss Brown, assisted by Louise Tiffany. The stage || setting was planned by Miss Davis, assisted by F. Young, F. Flannery, B. Cohen, E. r Ostrom, J. Taggart, C. Flannery, A. Jackson, M. Wright, W. Ridgeway, K. Simmons, I and Miss Stark. The costumes were made by Miss Moss and Miss Citek, assisted by [ Ida Blanchard and Gladys Stroh. The music was arranged by Eleanor Edwards and Elva Palmer. I i Other entertainments throughout the year consisted of several dances, a Hal¬ loween program, a few short plays and an indoor track meet, for which a loving I cup and a placque were given to the winning team. The cup and placque were designed and made by Benjamin Cohen in the construction building. The last meeting was held May 25 . After the school picnic the Country Life Staff sponsored dancing from seven to nine. The music was furnished by the Sere- t naders of Delhi. I Page 42 THE FIDELITAS 1938 Third Row; Stark, Burdick, Gilligan, Speirs, O. Taylor, Beauregard, Bates, H. Smith, Curtiss, Jackson. Second Row: Salese, Boggs, M. Race, Werlau, Tiffany, Young, Gesell, Blumenthal, Bostwick. First Row: M. Ra ce, Giovannetti, Flannery, Hayes, Worden, Weber. THE ORACLE The Oracle, school paper, is published by a staff of students, under the super¬ vision of Miss Brown. It has been entered in the Columbia Scholastic Contest for the past four years, placing: in 1935, third class; in 1936, fourth class; in 1937, second class; in 1938, third class. 1938 THE F I D E L I T A S Page 43 The ORACLE Published Five Times a Year by Students of THE STATE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE, Delhi, New York Price 10c Per Copy, 50c Per Year Editors . Assistant Editors Feature . Sports . Activities . Alumni . Editorial Staff ..... Hayes, C. Flannery -. ... Giovannetti, D. Worden . H. Smith, Blumenthal, .Tiffany ... Speirs . Bates, Fish, Beauregard ... Stark Reporters— Jackson, Weber, Mildred Race, Margaret Race, Werlau Business Department Advertising Manager ... Gillespie Assistants . Gilligan, Salese, Rosencrants Circulation . Young, 0. Taylor Typists .... Bostwick, Boggs, Burdick, Curtiss, Gesell Adviser . Miss Brown ! Page 44 THE FIDELITAS 1938 Third Row: Utter, Tice. Jackson, DeGroat, Lathrop, Marlctte, Phillips, Bockes. Second Row: M. Carey, McGranaghan, Gilligan, O. Taylor, Mr. Kennaugh, Beauregard, Smith, Munn, Luce. First Row: Mr. Flather, Bclford, Foley, Giovannetti, Sharp, Lawrence, Mr. Waite. MEN ' S CHORUS This year a men’s chorus composed of 25 members was formed under the di¬ rection of Mr. Wieand from Walton, with Instructors William Kennaugh and Willis Waite as Faculty Advisors. Practice was held each Tuesday during the activity period. The chorus appeared twice this year, singing at one of the Kiwanis Club meet¬ ings and also at spring graduation. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 45 Smith, Beauregard, Bates, Speirs, Ballantine. HORN AND HOOF Officers Alfred Bates, Pres. Robert Speirs, Vice-Pres. Frank Beauregard, Sec. Henry Smith, Treas. Gordon Ballantine, Sergeant at Arms The Horn and Hoof Club is an organization of students especially interested in Animal Husbandry. Meetings are held every other Thursday at which time cur¬ rent topics are discussed pertaining to Agriculture and Animal Husbandry. Page 46 THE FIDELITAS 1938 Standing; Mr. Dooley, Mr. Michel, Mr. Flather. Seated: Werlau, Giovanetti, Foley. TRI-ATELIER Officers Daniel Giovannetti, Pres. Arnold Werlau, Sec. Daniel Foley, Treas. Mr. Dooley, Mr. Michel, Mr. Flather, Faculty Advisors. The Tri-Atelier was started at the beginning of the year. The purpose of the club is to further the knowledge of Architecture and Building Construction. When the club first started, there were seven charter members; Claude Soehl, Daniel Giovannetti, Ward Cheney, Benjamin Cohen, Arnold Werlau, Dan Foley, Stanley Fish. Many other students of the Department of Architecture and Building Construction have since joined our membership. The club has held several dances and other entertainments to raise funds for a club house in the future. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 47 Third Row: Mr. Kennaugh, Simmons, Marietta, Davis, Earl, Plankenhorn, Weber, Luce, Mr. Michel. Second Row: Stewart, Ridgeway, Lane, Beauregard, Director Smith, Speirs, Sharp, Dickson, Munn. First Row: Mr. Evenden, W. Taylor, Smith, Bates, Ostrom Tice, Mr. Thurston. THETA GAMMA FRATERNITY Officers Alfred Bates, Pres. Henry Smith, Sec. William Taylor, Treas. Eugene Ostrom, Chaplain Ward Tice, Sergeant-at-Arms E. W. Thurston, Historian Page 48 THE FIDELITAS 1938 DANCES The world’s a very happy place, Where every child should dance and sing, And always have a smiling face. And never sulk for anything.—Gabriel Setoun. This year, all of the classes have taken a special interest in dancing and social life at school. Nearly all of them have sponsored a dance. On November 12, Women’s Student Government held a sweater dance in the gymnasium. Admission was charged according to the number of inches high a per¬ son was. The Small Girls were in great demand. The High School orchestra played. December 3, Tbeta Gamma sponsored tbe annual formal Home Coming Dance in the gym after tbe Varsity-Alumni basketball game. Joe Goldin’s Orchestra fur¬ nished the music. Many alumni returned for this dance. On January 7, the Theta Gamma Fraternity played host for a sweater dance after a basketball game for which the High School orchestra furnished the music. On January 28, the Tri-Atelier Club held a dance with the High School orches¬ tra furnishing the music. On February 18, the gymnasium was the scene of the annual Senior Ball. The gym was beautifully decorated and the couples danced from nine until one to the music of Joe Goldin, after which refreshments were served. On March 17, a formal St. Patrick’s Day Ball wa,s given by the Juniors. Stuart Crandall’s orchestra furnished the rhythm. The evening of April 9 again found the Tri-Atelier Club in the gym having a swing session to the accompaniment of the D. A. S. orchestra. On April 29, Andy Davis’ orchestra journeyed to the State School gym to serve as the musical background for the Fraternity’s third dance of the season. A formal May dance was held in the dormitory by Women’s Student Govern¬ ment on May 13, at which a May Queen was crowned. Her throne was in the classroom and was surrounded by spring flowers. Refreshments were served dur¬ ing the evening. A five piece orchestra under the direction of Roger DiNucci played from nine until one. On June 3, the last dance of the year, the annual commencement dance was put on by the Athletic Association. Crandall’s orchestra furnished the music. I I I Page 50 THE FIDELITAS 1938 Second Row; Barlow. Plankenhorn, Starling, DeGroat, Marlett, Bouton, Earl, Spiers, Mr. Taylor. First Row; Ballantine, Capt. Carey. Smith, Lane, Luce, Bockes, Winsman, Taylor, Tice. CROSS COUNTRY Fourteen prospective candidates reported to Coach Taylor for Cross Country in the fall. Only two lettermen from the ’36 squad, Ballantine and Taylor, re¬ ported. Ballantine, captain of this year’s squad turned in an exceptionally fine performance. The 1937 squad of Broncos was the best balanced squad which has ever rep¬ resented the school. They ran two perfect-score meets for the first time in the his¬ tory of the school. The varsity squad won all meets except their own invitation meet; in this they placed second. On November 13, the varsity squad ran in the Albany State Teachers’ meet; on the same day the second squad ran at Cobleskill in the invitation meet there. 1938 Page 51 THE FIDELITAS CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE 1937 No. Berlin Albany Delhi Earlville Delhi State Cobleskill Cobleskill Delhi Beacon Invitation Teachers Invitation Dual Meet Meet Meet Meet Meet Meet Oct. 16 Oct. 27 Oct 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 13 Ballantine . 1 1 2 4 3 Carey . 2 4 7 1 Taylor . . 4 5 7 8 7 Winsman .. . 3 4 5 27 4 Lane . .12 7 15 15 5 Tice . . 2 3 23 24 10 Luce . .10 8 11 19 9 Bockes . . 5 9 10 17 12 44 Bouton . 39 Earl . 25 25 Smith . .11 8 21 24 Marlette .... 31 45 DeGroat .... .18 40 Starling ... 42 46 Phillips .13 42 Delhi— -Cobleskill Dual Meet: Delhi, 15; Cobleskill, 40. New Berlin—Earlville ;-Delhi Meet : Delhi, 15; New Berl in-Earlville, 40. Delhi—Beacon Dual Meet: Delhi, 26; Beacon, 29. Delhi Invitation Meet: Alfred, 1, 25; Delhi, 2, 51; Monticello, 3, 69; Farm- ingdale, 4, 99; Delhi second team 5, 133; Morrisville, 6, 135. Delhi—Albany State Teachers Dual Meet: Delhi, 20; Albany State, 3. Cobleskill Invitation Meet: The second team ran at Cobleskill and placed sev¬ enth with a total of 184 points. Page 52 THE FIDELITAS 1938 Third Row; Spencer, Smith, DeGroat, Speirs, Starling, Utter, f. Munson. Second Row; Mr. Waite, Plankenhorn, Masten, L. Carey, V. Munson, W. Taylor Law, Barlow, Mr. Kennaugh. First Row; M. Carey, Simmons, Bates, Capt. Hector, Munn Bockes. BASKETBALL The call for basketball was issued at the close of the Cross Country season. Four veterans of the 1936-1937 squad returned to the green and white colors; twelve new men reporting. Eleven men formed the varsity squad: Hector, Bates, M. Carey, Bockes, Munn, Simmons, Taylor, Munson, L. Carey, Masten and Law. Under the watchful eyes of Coaches Taylor and Waite, a unit of five men was quickly molded into a smooth working quintet. Claude Hector, one of the members of the last year’s team, was elected Captain for 1937-1938. He turned in a very creditable record for the season. The Junior Varsity squad was made up of the following men: DeGroat, Starling, E. Smith, J. Munson, and Utter. 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 53 1937-1938 SCHEDULE Score Date Team Place D.A.S Opp Nov. 20 Walton There 21—25 Dec. 3 Alumni Here 34 27 Dec. 10 New Paltz Normal There 19—23 Dec. 17 Oneonta High School There 18—37 Dec. 18 Margaretville Here 2.5—23 Dec. 21 Delaware Academy Here 2.3—16 Jan. 7 Hartwick Frosh Here 39 48 Jan. 14 Cobleskill Aggies There 34 1 Jan. 21 New Paltz Normal Here 29—32 Feb. O O Hartwick Frosh There 36—40 Feb. 11 Albany State Frosh There 33—25 Feb. 15 Margaretville (overtime) There 37—39 Feb. 17 Cobleskill Aggies Here 30—29 Feb. 24 East Stroudsburg Here 37—48 Feb. 26 St. Joseph There 23—39 Mar. 1 Delaware Academy Here 33—21 Mar. 4 New York Aggies Here 28—39 Won 6 Average Score per game Lost 11 D.A.S. Opp. 29 32 Page 54 THE FIDELITAS 1938 INTRAMURAL SPORTS This year a lar e number of tudents was able lo participate in intramural sports. Intramural basketball started after Cross Country was finished. Compe¬ tition was very keen and many close j ames resulted. Volleyball also resulted in some keenly contested " ames. Penn State was too powerful for the rest; otherwise they were very evenly matched. Intramural Basketball W L Percentage Duke .5 2 714 St. Mary ..4 3 571 Theta Gamma .3 4 428 Holy Cross .2 5 282 Competition was keen—last game between Duke and St. Mary decided the winner. All Star Teams First Second Thorsland, A. F. Ostrom, E. Earl, V. ......F. Lane, Jim. Lathrop, R.C. Oliver, J. Brose, A.G. Winsman, W. Worden, M. G. Lane, Jo. Intramural Volleyball W L Percentage Penn State .4 0 1000 Sing Sing .2 2 500 Faculty .2 2 500 Theta Gamma .2 2 500 Vassar .0 4 0 All Star Teams First Second Oliver, J. Masten, R. Hinkley, V. Bates, A, Brose, A. Bel ford, P. Bockes, S. Carey, M. Hector, C. DeGroat, A. Munson, V. Race, G. Horseshoe Tournament First—William Luce. Second—Clyde Schaffer. Third— Francis Flannery. ! I Page 56 THE FIDELITAS 1938 SENIOR MIRROR AT D. A. S. Name Favorite Pastime Ambition Favorite Sport ALL Simmons Teacher Basketball BALLANTINE Sitting on steps To go to Alaska Cross country BATES Fraternity Successful farmer Basketball BEAUREGARD Eating To be rich Swimm ing BELFORD Hunting Professional Guiding Swimming BLUMENTHAL Dancing Teacher Basketball BOGGS Dancing Somebody ' s stenograph ' Basketball er BOSTWICK Dancing Secretary to the Presi ' Basketball dent BUDD Riding horseback Laboratory executive Basketball COHEN Woodworking Architecture Basketball CURTISS Photography Poultry farmer Swimming DICKSON Sleeping Farmer Soccer EDWARDS Ward Housekeeper Ping Pong ELLIOTT Radio 6. man Swimming FILIPPINI Movies Independent Baseball FISH Cards Drafting Baseball GESELL Dancing Secretary Tennis GILLESPIE Dancing Housekeeper Baseball GILLIGAN Reading Chef Baseball HALLETT Reading Dietitian Basketball HARRINGTON Sitting on steps Stenographer Ping Pong HECTOR Pool Have a new sweater Basketball HINCKLEY Volleyball To own a farm Baseball JACKSON Music Own purebred cows Baseball lAne Cards Herdsman Baseball 1938 THE FIDELITAS Page 57 SENIOR MIRROR AT D. A. S. Name LAWRENCE MARLETT MERCER MUNSON OSTROM PADGOSKI PALMER REPP RIDGEWAY SHARP SHAW SLUITER SMITH SPEIRS STROH TAFT TAYLOR THOMSON THORSLAND TICE TIFFANY VANDERVORT WACKFORD WASHBURN WORDEN YOUNG Favorite Pastime Tinkering Traveling Swimming Hunting Walton Horseback riding Dancing Motorcycle Checkers Going home Wood working Dancing Singing Sports Reading James Snipe hunting Chinese checkers Checkers Eleanor Reading Reading Lyman Dancing Sports Horseback riding Ambition Poultry breeder Plant manager Cattle breeder Milk plant manager Travel Secretary To marry Fish Farmer Greenhouse Poultry farmer Drafting Beekeeper Farming Travel Own a green house Housekeeper To be a success Bacteriology Farming Poultry farmer Bacteriology Run a tea room Dietitian Feed mill manager Herdsman Aviation Favorite Sport Fishing Volleyball Baseball Football Baseball Basketball None Baseball Cross country Baseball Baseball Swimming Baseball Baseball Horseback riding Basketball Baseball Basketball Basketball Basketball Football Football Football Baseball Baseball Cross Country 1 - a A CKNO W LEDGE ME NT We ivish to express our sincere ap¬ preciation to all those who have helped in publishing this 1938 Ei- delitas. The Staff. STATE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS Delhi, N. Y. Tuition Free to Residents of New York State COURSES OFFERED Agriculture — Farm Management Livestock Management Poultry Production Dairy Industry Dairy Commercial Industrial Technical Building Construction (together with Carpentry, Brick Laying and Architectural Drawing) Home Economics — Homemaking Food Preparation, Service and Management in Tea Rooms, Lunch Rooms, Small Hotels and Institutions STATE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE HOME ECONOMICS DELHI, NEW YORK DELHI THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE CATSKILLS” A GOOD PLACE TO LIVE A GOOD PLACE TO DO BUSINESS WE, AS BUSINESS MEN OF DELHI, APPRECIATE THE ATTENDANCE OF THE STUDENTS AT THE STATE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE. A WELCOME ALWAYS AWAITS YOU IN DELHI THE FINEST GIFT FROM FRIEND TO FRIEND — YOUR PHOTOGRAPH THE WARNKEN STUDIO 159 Main Street,.Oneonta, N. Y. 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