Sauquoit Valley Central High School - Saghdaquadah Yearbook (Sauquoit, NY)

 - Class of 1935

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1935 THE SIREN 1935 The U. S. has waited long for the triumph of the hour when the President of the U. S. would be a woman. ln 1950 Alice Robbins will acclaim that victory and become the first woman President of the U. S. ln that same year another remarkable QCQQS for politics will be attained. Edna Blackstone will become Governor of i . '. late. A second Edison will be found in Philip Rubel who will cut himself off from the world and, hidden in his laboratory, ferret out secrets never before revealed which will make life easier and more safe. The music world holds a future for two members of this illustrious class. Eleanor Green will become a close rival to Rubinstein or Tschaikowsky, and for the first time in the history of the world the U. S. will have a world renowned pian- ist. Also famous and often appearing with Eleanor is Glenn Bartlett who will make the drums a better known instrument. Gertrude Crowe will battle through life the side-partner of Tom Gaffney. Fol- lowing closely in the wake of his games she will keep him physically fit by her culinary successes. The medical world will boast of a genius in 1942. Salvatore Guido, then hon- ored by the title, 'GDL Guidof' will startle the world by perfecting cures for all conceivable diseases, and wonderful feats in surgery which will be little short of miracles. The transportation of mail in the future will be entirely by air and two of the most trusted pilots will be Sam DeMare and Melvin Morgan. They will both be decorated for their valorous achievements. When Helen Wells' career is ended the U. S. will not want for a tennis star. Sally Bawol will make her niche in the Hall of Fame for her accomplishments in tennis and will represent the U. S. in the Olympic games, winning and breaking all former records. Lewis Dutton and Robert Smith will form a partnership and become Very expert accountants in the employ of the U. S. government. keeping accounts of Uncle Sam's business. May Moyer will change her name to Kehoe and spend most of her time mend- ing Bill's socks. Edna Smith will change her's to Cook and each will live a happy wedded life. Hollywood will claim Bernice Smith who will make herself famous in the talkies of tomorrow. Ella Mae Towne will also find her way to Hollywood and will become a writer of the plays produced on the screens of tomorrow. The future of the class of 1935 has been revealed. and so from this scene we depart to places concealed. 11

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1935 THE SIREN 1935 1931 saw the sophomore tribe advance one step higher in the realm of civilizaf tion and enter the exalted territory of the junior class on the heights of central high. The nation numbered 32 strong and became known in the world with the publication of the Saghdaquadah Siren and the purchase of our symbols of armor, our tribe rings. Our president, Helen Kowalski, was the star player on the basketball team which won the championship of the league. ln this year the tribe claimed honors m athletics, prize speaking and track. Several financial projects were ventured to replenish the treasury, and the year ended with the tribe on the top. The once ignorant, green and uncivilized freshmen have now become serious, solemn and educated seniors about to take their places in the rank of highly cul- tured nations. Counseled by the wisdom of our class adviser, Mrs. Pritchard, and led by our president, Tom Gaffney, we have completed our senior year and are about to enter the league of classes gone before us. During this year we have staged our senior play, c'Dollars to Doughnutsf, to replenish our treasury. For accomplishing the same end we gave a dance and a bake sale. We think we have reached the summit, but in reality we are still "At the Foothills Climbingf, The Class Prophecy The future of the class of l935 is here revealed and a remarkable future the fair class possesses. - ln the midst of their ranks three great league players step forth to surpass Babe lluth, the Dean brothers, or even Hal Shocmacker. Tom Gaffney, the world! greatest first baseman, William Green, the home run king, and Harry Stanimcr, the world,s star catcher. A big corporation called the l-lead-Bryant Chicken Company, will be formed by Alma and Edwin. They will so successfully conduct and improve the industry that they will supply chickens and eggs to markets all over the world. Anna Casper, Mary Komorek and Edith Brown will conduct a tea room pecially for airplane tourists. Aided by science, this tea room will float in the air and serve customers traveling in the air. Anna will be famous for her dough- nuts, Mary for her pies, and Edith for her rolls. The stage holds a future for Ralph Morgan and Jane Benbow as dancing part- ners executing some fancy and difficult steps. They will dance not only in their own famous cities, but also in London, Paris and Berlin. Robert Jones will make a name for himself by producing a rare and delicious coffee which will so far surpass every other brand that the U. S. will command the world output of coffee. lneidentally he will likewise marry a ceitain girl whose last name is Coffee. fe.-,s,M.,.-s- ,. IO -s c sri



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1935 THE SIREN 193 Senior Class Poem-Life's School Apologies to Poe Once upon an evening dreary l was wrestling, weak and weary, With the class poem, sueh a problem l had never met before. A poem that all toil resisted, Though l gropingly insisted And all mental powers enlisted, As l never had of yore. But the poem, lay all dissembled, Lay there ealmly as before- Only this, and nothing morel Quite distinctly l remember, lt was on a bright September And we were sueh humble members of the freshman elass of yore, lfagerly we wished the morrow When we hoped that we might borrow Wisdom wise from those classmates Who had helped us out before, Who had loaned us their assistanee When in swampy paths before, "Yes," l whispered, gflusl onee more!" As l sat eaeh member eounling, All my elassmales' names repeating Tom Ualfney the president meeting. lflla lVlae, the viee president more The valedietory she is snatehing, Robert Jones will not be napping Wlhen 1-lass dues at his door eome rapping. Happing gently at his door. Oh, there's Gert, class secretary, There are no strangers at my door. They are welcome, evermore. More they come, on invitation, Sam and Harry with no hesitation They will give Ag demonstrations Which they always have in store. As for lidwinis kind assistance Helped me often in the distance, Though l half feared more resistance To my poem than heretofore. But Edna Smith and Marthais smile Cheered my troubled brow once more, For no wearied eye they bore! But at last my soul grew stronger, Hesitating then no longer, Alice. Anna. Alma and Lewis With good graees they bestow us. .I2-

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