Southold High School - Snuffbox Yearbook (Southold, NY)

 - Class of 1947

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hrs equally famous Jockey Poncho Pontrno They are walkrng wrth Bob Baker pvoprretor of the Brown Fedora an exclusrve rendezvous Bob rs accompanred by Mrss Barbara Srlleck B S M A Dean of Women at Rrder College Nearby I see Raymond Kos and Pete Frsher undoubtedly drscussrng therr recent lrterary works Ray rs known for hrs comrc strrp Meathook Car mrchael Prlot Extraordrnary and Pete IS the author of the current best seller on the non frctron lrst Why Hens Lay Eggs Elarne Drres head typrst for the Long Island Echo rs seen wrth them as she gets Ray s comrc strrp for the Sunday paper El rrnes harr as styled by Mme Jeanne Marre Car roll Bonnet rs very becomrng Mme Bonnet rs the promrnent harr stylrst of New York and Parrs James Kane Dean of Vassar College and Mrs Kane flew down from th rr spacrous estate de signed by Wrllram Borkowskr plumber arr condr troner and archrtect The Kanes are seen wrth C0 Gloxer presrdent of Fan Clubs Unrted and Peggy Horton a well known model for narl polrsh ads Among the representatrves from Hollywood are Harlan Chase movre photographer for RKO Pathe News and Ty Kent ravrshlng red headed beauty of Paramount Studros Mrss Kent rs at trred rn a strrkrng ensemble of forest green desrgned by the foremost desrgner of womens fashrons Marrlyn Mrller Ty rs wrth Ed Lademann known as the Bogart of the frftres In the frr corner I can see Robert Goldsmrth Amerrcan Amba sador to France and Secretary o Labor Josephrne Terp evrdently amused by some cartoon rn the Long Island Echo Jean Nexxbold Republrcan maJorrty leader of the House has Just Jorned them At the rear I can Just make out Hymer Sh'rlx ey drrectrng the unloadmg of hrs new atomrc pea prcker brought here for the exposrtron Ray Annabel rs nearby wrth hrs atomrc orange squeezer whrch has been acclarmed natron wrde fame Both of these rmentrons are berng unloaded from the Thrrfty Truck Lrnes owned and operated by Drck Youngs Incrdentally Harold Young rs drscussrng Hymers rnventron wrth hrm Srnce Harold rs farmrng so much land rn Southold lt should be of use to hrm The program seems about to commence There goes Ira Tuthrll hurryrng rn order to get .r seat Ira I belreve has Just returned from Alaska where he had been extremely successful mrnrng I cant qurte see near whom he rs srttrng Why rts Donald Young and Helen Stankewrcz known to most of us as Mrbber FeGee and Polly Thrs comedy team has soared to stardom At the sound of a rather loud laugh rrght behrnd them they turn around to see Helene Jordan star of the current Broadw ry musrcal Keep Em Roarrn Everyone rs standrng now for the srngrng of our natronal anthem It s berng sung as a duet by Clo Karsten and Ada Payne famous opera stars Clo IS known partrcularly for her performances rn Carmen and Ada for her lead rn La Travrata The marn speaker of the day rs Gerry Rafford presrdent of the Internatronal Plumbers Assocra tron Hrs toprc rs How Atomrc Energy Affects Srnk Prpes Whats thrs I see Chucksy Gagen Dodger short stop rs carryrng out Ty Kent who has evr assrstant Marge McCaffery R N are followrng close behrnd I thrnk Chucksy has rrranged for a specral plane to fly hrm to St Lours where the Dodgers hate a nrght game scheduled Harold Walters rs seen talkrng wrth Lord and Lady Cavendrsh Lady Cavendrsh rs the former Vrrgrnra Lytle For the past year Harold has been lecturrng about the country on the subJect Why Janrtors Should Unrte Srnce Harold has left SHS he has been supervrsrng Janrtor at the Brown Fedora Incrdentally Bakes Brown Fedora was desrgned and decorated by Emrly Kaelrn and Bar bara Grathwohl rnterror decorators of outstandrng recognrtron They are here today wrth Barbara Drckerson dressmaker for the Presrdents and statesmens wrves Gerry has Just fm shed speakrng and Reddens Darrng Mardens of local fame are re rdy to play a few numbers Jo rn Redden the country s leadrng cornetrst rs the leader of 'he band and Joan Alb rt son who has converted from classrcal musrc to the more modern type rs at the prano 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', L., .5 WN Sozlffrzfa .jyyf X504 mf Class of 1947 Offlcers ROBERT BAKER President ROBERT GOLDSMITH Vnce Presxdermf Secretory BARBARA SILLECK Treasurer Hlghest Honors BARBARA SILLECK Volednctoruon MARJORIE MCCAFEERY Solutotorucm Honor Students JEAN NEWBOLD VIRGINIA LYTLE NANCY HORTON BARBARA DICKERSON TYDFIL KENT CATI-ILEEN DOROSKI JOAN REDDEN EMILY KAELIN JOAN ALBERTSON PEGGY I-IORTON MARIAN WOLOSKIEWICZ Class Colors Maroon ond Whufe K J HIFI!! so I so ..ss. Us E I , I I s I 1' ' r I QT' i 4 , I I . 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Class ack ln 1943 there were Just 43 freshmen startmg out on the long road ahead The road has been rough 1n spots but m general It has been qulte smooth There werent many actnltxes that frrst year except for the electlon of class offlcers Presxdent Marge McCaffery V1ce Presldent Bob Baker Secretary Jean Newbold and Treasurer Chucksy Gagen These offxcers held thelr post for the frrst two years of h1gh school Sports were 1mportant to thrs class too Sever al of the boys played on Jumor Varsrty Basketball and on occasxon the Varslty Some of the boys were on the baseball team and others were on the track team A few of the fellows Robbxe Donny Duck and Chucksy Jomed Bachelor s Club But the glrls were ln there prtchmg Ten of the flfteen gxrls 1n the dance band were freshmen and Joan Albertson was one of the s1x cheerleaders 1n her freshman year When we entered our sophomore year several new students Jolned us among them Harlan and Helene and Redden That year Walt Adams became Asslstant Manager of the basketball team and Ger ry Rafford of baseball Chucksy and Frank st1ll held thexr posts ln the f1eld Most of the others partlclpated ln Intramurals mcludlng the gxrls DlCkle and Albeltson were drum majolettes and DlCkl6 was also a J V Cheerleader Club and were on the Echo and Snuff Box Staffs A MUSICHI Festlval was held 1n the fall ln H Senior " 1tty one sen1ors accompanled by Mlss Wagner and Mr Blodgett started out on Apr11 9 IH a speclal coach of the 643 tram The group ar r1ved safely at New York Clty and proceeded to check thelr bags The remamder of the mormng was spent at the lelsure of the 1nd1v1duals and lunch was serxed at the hotel Chartered buses took us on an mterestmg downtown tour mclud 1ng Chmatown th Battery and the Bowery Com mg back Uptown we were taken on a tour of the NBC Studlo After dinner the flfty one tlred students walked to R3dl0 Clty Muslc Hall and en Joyed The Late George Apley and the Easter Show Thursday mormng fafter breakfast of coursej we went to Penn Statlon and boarded another speclal coach for Washmgton En route we passed Menlo Park memorlal to Thomas Edlson and several other pomts of 1nter est A d8llClOUS luncheon was served on the tram after whlch we eagerly awalted our arrlval m Washmgton From the t1a1n we went stralght to the Sup reme Court whlch was then debatlng the xalldlty of corporatlon taxes Then we dashed to the Capl tol and h d our pxctuxes taken After we had flled rstory Farmmgdale and quxte a number partlclpated 1n that and ln the contest held IH the sprmg We entered our thlrd year full of ambmon and ldeas Several glrls as before played mtra murals The boys lxkewxse axded the basketball baseball and track teams They were Bake Frank Chucksy Robble Don and Sparrow Ray Walt and Gerry Offlcers were elected m early Apul as follows Bob Baker Presrdent Bob Goldsm1th Vrce Presl dent Bob Sllleck Treasurer and Don Youngs Secretary The Jumon Prom was a grand success wlth beautxful decoratxons As Senlors we went drrectly to work sellmg magazmes We reached the goal and over f S2 600 One of the magallhe companles gave us a party w1th lce cream and cake for our work Instead of the usual semor play the class pre sented an operetta The Swaml of Bagdad I too was a success and helped us along the way to Washmgton Valentmes Day was the theme for the Senror Ball and lt was even better than the .Iumor Prom The last notable event fnext to graduatlonj of our hlgh school days came on Aprll 9 when fxfty sen1ors enjoyed the long awaxted trrp It proved to be all we had hoped for and more As rn other years the boys and the glrls took We hope future years w1ll be as much fun and s successful as our hlgh school years have been Tr1p lnto the gallery of the Senate Room where the Senate was 1n sesslon Cmore or lessj we went to the House of Representatlves Cwhlch had d Journedj and to the mterestlng Statualy Room where each state has been 1nv1ted to send two statues We then walked over to the Congre sional Llbrary to see the Constltutlon of the Unlted States the Declaratxon of Independence the Guttenburg Blble the Llbrary of 5000000 volumes and also the most beaut1ful Moslac work ln the would After th1s we boarded our buses and headed for the Roosevelt Hotel Wh1Ch was to be our I'QSld0l'lL9 untll Aprll 12 Thursday mormng we went to the Bureau of Prmtmg and Engravmg to see the engravrng of paper money stamps and bonds then to the Fed eral Bureau of Investlgatlon the fabulous labora tory for crlme detectlon and other departments We boarded our buses agam for the Whlte House and after a short want m lme were admltted to a few of the luxurlous rooms open for mspectlon From here to the Pan Amerlcan Umon Bulldme wxth ltS beautlful Latxn Amerlcan patio complete wnth parrots and Interesting shrubbery Havmg nineteen I U 7 I 1 . l . I . ' I 3 - ' I Y. ' U ' ' 7 . 7 . 1 ' . . . : . - , . , Y 3 . - I - 1 Y Y Y ! - 5 - ' ' , , ' 9 ' , ' - '- . . ? 1 I 1 I . . . ' ' Y l ! ' . . ' 1 D 1 Y D y l . y - ' - Y t ! O . . . . 1 - 1 . . , - b , u - C .11 ty 1 I ' ' 7 . , . . Y ' . . . . . . Y 7 U 7 I . . . . . . y A Many members of the Class joined the Came,-2, part ln all extra-currlcular act1v1t1es at S. H. S. I D . - - y . . ' , U ' I . Y , . . . . A . - 3 - Q I . v . . V 1 1 ' ' 5 ' , , ' , - . . . . V ' ' , e , . - - , . , 1 1 1 1 A . . 1 . - . . - . , I - 1 . . . - y A ' ' ll 11 ' 1 ' x , - . , - , 1 ' 1 . 1 : ' 1 - ' . 1 ' - Q D ' " ' , ' . - , . . y . - . . . . . . V . . - . . . . I I .JY . 1 .- . . . - . . Y a . Q v V Y . . . . B . . Senior Trip Ccontmuedl completed our mornrng tour we returned to the hotel for luncheon Unfortunately several mem bers became rll and were unable to go on the tours scheduled for the afternoon The survrxors contrnued on to the Zoologrcal Gardens A sudden shower hastened our survey of the specrmens and after we had all returned to our buses we were on our way to Vrrgrnra W passed through Fort Myer on our way to Arlrngton Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldrer Most of us were greatly rmpressed by the solemnrty and beauty of the surroundrngs an rnsprratlon wh1ch we shall not soon forget Contrnurng on our way we traveled over the specrally made hrgh way to Mt Vernon wrth rts beautrful grounds and magnrfrcent vrew of the Po tomac Rrver Returnrng on the Natronal Hrghway along the banks of the Potomac we saw the enor mous Washrngton Arrport and the Jefferson Memorral After a brref stop at the rmpresslve Lrncoln Memorral whence can be seen the beautr ful reflectron of the Washrngton Monument we re turned to the hotel for dmner We had the eve mng to ourselves The next mornrng we packed and after break AdVlC6 to the Jumors Lowly Junrors Now that we have completed our struggle we feel entrtled to grve you a lrttle advrce and encouragement The trme has come to drscard your frrvolous ways and playful attrtude Settle down md follow rn our great foot steps' You have many thmgs to look forward to and hard work makes these enJoyable and unforget able Your past endeavors have shown that you have the abrllty and we all srncerely hope you keep up th good work and reputatron throughout your Senror year' ' Presrdent of Senror Class 47 Robert H Baker A Note From trme to t1me durrng our school years we have been oblrged to call for help upon per sons remotely connected wrth the School Wrthout then assrstance m ny of our undertakrngs mrvht haxe been less successful In apprecrrtron we would lrke to tlke thrs opportunlty to thank Mr Charles F Kr rmer for the rndrspensable assrstance he has grven to all the classes at S H S He has always been ready and wrllrng to lend hrs suggestrons and materral when ever vue have needed them For thrs we are very grateful and we are sure that we speak for pre VIOUS classes as well as our own twenty of fast crowded rnto the lobby to wart for our bus When rt frnally arrrved, we prled on and headed for the Smrthsonran Instrtute Here we found on drsplay the orrgrnal gowns worn by each Presrdent s wrfe at the rnauguratrons collectrons of corns postage stamps boats from early trmes all krnds of wagons and automobrles Lrndberghs Sprrrt of St Lours unrforms of our armed forces and thousands of other rnterestrng exhrbrts We then walked to the Mellon Art Gallery sard to be the most perfect art burldrng Here we saw many famous parntrngs statues Jewels and elaborate tapestrres Thrs concluded our stay rn Washrngton and rt was wrth no lrttle regret that we left thrs frrendly crty wrth rts gleamrng marble burldrngs and frrend ly people our congenral bus drrvers Cand therr corny but parnless Jokesb and boarded the tram for the long Journey home Most of us were weary but happy After lunch on the trarn we chatted the afternoon away comparrng notes and recallrnff rncrdents We arrrved rn Penn Statron at 400 oclock where our car was swrtched to the Long Island tram and tlaus we completed the last lap of our Journey Reply to the Senrors Proud Senrors We thank you for your worthy advrce As we look rnto the past we can see that We have at trmes been rather careless and drsrespectful However we shall try to mend our ways When we Junrors entered school as lowly freshman three long years ago we thought of you as a harsh group whose only rntentrons and desrres were to rule over us Your great achrevements have proved W were mrstaken We feel rt a great honor to take your places as Senrors and only hope that we may be as successful as you haxe been Presrdent of Junror Class 47 Robert Davrds Cobby Thanks There 1S another person vrhose wrllrngness and krnd cooperatron have helped to make our school days more pleasant and our actrxrtres less drffrcult We need only consrder brrefly to recall the many favors he has done wrthout a moments hesrtatron and all the extras that do not fall wrthrn the lrne of duty To one who always does more than hrs Job a hearty Thank you Mr Frsher Most srncerely Class of 47 p l 1 , , . . , ' I . . . . - , . V - - , , 1 1 . . . , H . . f 1 1 - 11 ' ' . . . e . , , , - . . . . 1 1 1 , . . . . . ' Y - ' 1 ' Y - rr ' 11 1 J - . U 1 - 1 . ' Y , - . . . 1 a , - - . . . . , ' ' - 1 . 1 . v A o 0 a 1 . 1 - , . . 2 . ' ' ' . ' 1 4 . . . , 1 . I 0 . C O . C U 1 . . . . , . . , 1 1 , 1 , rr 1 A . J . y. . ' cl ' 5 I ' ' . ' ' . ' 1 ' " ' ' ' ' ' ', ' rr . 11 r , 1 y A ' . -. . - . .L - 1 H . ,, ' ' ' 44 1 , - - 11 . c ' c ' V ' 1 ' , - ' 1 , . Che Illlllll of the Glass of 1947 WE the Sensor Class of l947 benng un a sane and normal state of mlnd do make publnsh and declare thus to be our last WILL and TESTAMENT To the other classes the faculty and to the rndnvudual members of the Junuor Class we make the following beques s Phlllls Baker Georgnanna Berkosku Jean Boergesson Martha Cochran Joan Dewar Rose Elak Rose Gradowskl Susan Knlght Anne Koraleskl Peggy Muller Sophie Mus oskl Vnrglnla Morris Margaret Neary Verna Petty Janet Prnce Barbara Pulese Aluce Wheeler Beverly Wh: ple Joan Rothman Lou Bake r Ted Beebe Fred Boerg sson Cliff Case Bob Davlds Joe Ekster Al Goldsmith Charles Hunter Jnmmy Kaelln Jack McCaffery Tom O Dell Earle Overton Franklnn Rl h Bob Tuthull Phnl Horton Cheerleaders Junuor Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class The Faculty Memorues Fnrst place an the Farmer s Daughter Contest 1 More Nancy success at sellung Clark bars A horse An album of Whoopee Joe s polkas A splke Albertson s chatr an Band Bernelce s variety of haur styles Abllsty to carry on the famlly tradutlon Two or three Inches of Chase s heught An 8th peruod for knuttnng Secretarnal dutles for l948 A megaphone Barbara Drckerson s success Elaine s cornet abulutues 7 lwnat more does she needll A house nearer to clvnllzatlan Some of Clems leisure tame An electrnc razor Dnllers experlence wuth women A Ford nn has future A helicopter for his trlps to 'vlattltuck Sparra s conservatnsm Snlleck s conscnentuousness lat homeworkl A smaller basketball uniform A rosebud Ira s spellung cbnlltnes Room for another freckle The prng pong champlonshup A year s supply of halrcuts A mouthplece A ,ob an Kramer s Someone to go rldlng wlth on Sundays New uniforms A different hotel In Washington Bngger and better athletes The Senior s courtesy A restful summer vacation I ' ' I IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have subscribed our names and affnxed our seal on thus lOth day of June In the Year of Our Lord One Thou sand Nine Hundred and Forty Seven lslgnedl THE SENIIOR CLASS twenty one I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I L. 1. . . . . 11 1 ff In ' ll ll . . . . 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I . . - - 1 - 1 I I I lf' I -Zh Zin Q' 3 'r F, Swami 'Q' nstead of a play the Senror Class under 'Qthe superv1s1on of Mr Ulp and the ass1st ance of Mlss Wagner presented the operetta The Swaml of Bagdad The proceeds of the per formance wh1ch was a grand success went towards fmanclng the Senxor Trlp A surpusmg amount of hxdden talent for both Slllglflg and actmg combmed with dlllgent re hearsmg assured the Semors that those long eve nlngs spent 1n the audltorxum were well worth the tlme and effort of Bagdad On the nlght of the performance the Swam1 appl1ed h1s power of fortune tellmg before a full house The scenery which added a reallstlc quallty to the operetta was supplled by Mr Charles Kxamex A dance band under Mr Mxners dlrectlon played before the operetta and between acts pro v1d1ng lI'lCle8Sed entertalnment dullllg those per 1ods of waltmg Almost every member of the Semor class took part ln thls operetta Parent Teachers Assocuatxon he Parent Te chers Assoc1at1on began ts 1 act1v1t1es 1n October Wl h a one dlsh supper at whlch t1me the followmg off1cers were elected Pres dent Mrs Murl1n Kmght V1ce Pres1dent Mrs Margaret F1scher Secretary Mrs Charlotte l1ndsay Treasurer Mrs Esther Mullen In November Grade 4 sang songs and pre sented a shadow play Mr F1Ske Unlversallst 'Vhmster spoke on Parenthood as a professxon and on the Parents understandmg of the adolescent For the December meetlng the French Club sang Carols m French These were followed by p1ano select1ons by Joan Rothman Some h1gh school students sang Twas the Nxght Before Chrlstmas The S1xth Grade gave a sklt entltled Her Troubles for the February meetlng The Glee Club under the d1rect1on of Mr Ulp sang several select1ons and ded1cated them to the 50th Ann1 versary of the Nat1onal P T A twenty two Father s Nxght was the b1g event 1n March Mr Blodgett was honored for bemg Pr1nc1pal here for 25 years The Glee Club agaln sang several selec t1ons and Herbert F1sher played a solo on h1s barltone horn Frank D1ller Susan Kmght Vlfglnla Lytle and Berne1ce Grathwohl held a debate on the quest1on Hxgh or Low Income Taxes Then a quxz program was held w1th LEWIS Breaker of Cutchogue as Dr De11r1ous Wlth Aprnl came a successful card party at St Patrrck s Aud1tor1um The proceeds from thlS party are usually used for the Good Cxtlzenshlp Award made each year by the P T A The award IS made to the boy and to the g1rl chosen by the Senlor Class and the faculty as most deservmg In May came the Mother Daughter Teacher Banquet prepared by the ladxes of the Methodxst Church Mrs Walter Gagen was toastmlstress and Mrs Owen Whlte was the Guest speaker For the fmal rreetmg a supper was held at the home of Mrs Redden m June , . . 1 f I K ' 1 i J' 9 A as 1. 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' A b F' U -1-L umor Class I 1me marches on and here we are at the end of our Jumor year ready to take the place of the worldly graduatmg Senloxs' The Jumor Class ln preparatlon for this responslblhty organ tzed on February 10 Cobby Davlds was elected Cochran secretary and Rosemary Gradowskr treasurer Class rlngs were selected and ordered duung the mrddle of the school year They w1ll arrlve next September or before Cwe hope'D We Junlors w1ll have a b1g Job takmg up where the Semors have left off but the many band mem bers from the Jumor ranks those ln Glee Club Latm Club Camera Club and those on the Echo Staff should contrlbute conslderably toward f1ll1ng the gap left by gxaduatlon We proved that we would be able to follow m thelr great footsteps by havlng a super Jumor Prom Phyllrs Baker Geoxglana Berkoskl Rose Elak and Jean Boergesson were cheerleaders thls year and dont let anyone tell you that Ch1p Hunter Joe Ekster and Ted Beebe werent valuable mem bers of the varslty basketball team' Jack McCaff were Jumor Varslty members Speclal honorable mentlon should go to Phll Horton and Earle Over ton also for thelr good work w1th the J V s Look out at the baseball team and who w111 you see" Why theres Ch1p Hunter xgam on the p1tchers mound' Joe Ekster IS out there on second base Ted Beebe on flrst base and Phll Horton ln left f1eld The Jumors are rlght m there pxtchmg for SHS on the mound ln the class room and ln all the school actrvltles Watch for us next year Well all be pntchmg for SHS and for the Class of 1948 Chnstmas Party December seems a long way off now when we look back at Chrlstmas but 1tS a safe bet that the gang w1ll remember the humdmger of a Chrlstmas Party that hlghhghted the season on December 17 46 It was the last school sesslon before vacatlon and the hlgh school students assembled ln the gym for some special entertamment The French Club sang some carols ln French tD1d you know that they went carolmg on Chrxst mas Eve a1so"J Joan Rothman rendered several selectlons on the pxano QNancy Horton announced Chopm s Black Key Etude and Maleguena by Lecouna dldnt shell Barbara Sllleck brought fo th much laughter wlth her monologue Chrls mus Presents A group of glrls and boys under the dxrectlon of Mlss Wagner sang a Fred Warmg arrangement of The Nlght Before Chrlstmas And then Barbara Grathwohl sang Cantlque Pour Noel after whlch a group of students put on a sklt entltled Ma Makes Merry The chmax of the party was the arr1val of Santa 1CobbyJ Claus hls mtroductxon to llttle Bobby W11llamS and the d1str1but1on of presents There was a fmal Merry Chrlstmas to All' And then Vacatxon twenty three ' r"-. ,o , - ,Ll ' . P J , A , . ., fy , we 'I - . g. .L ,J . , . ' Q r . , ,+- .Q .15 ' .Q , , 'W M , , . f q . . . ' y . my ' . ' Ay w y , , . . . , , - . ' . . '. . . , , v y ' Y ' u sy ' 1 ' - . . - presidentg Jack McCaffery, Vice-presidentg Martha ery, Al Goldsmith, Jimmy Kilelill, and TOYH O'De11 . . . Y . , , , . . . . .... , c - - . , . , . , , . . . . . . 1 . . , - - - ., ., , . . . Y . y H . - - - , ,, . . , . ' ' an ' ' 1, , . ' ' ' an ' - , . . ,, . , ' . 3 ' ' KK YY 1 1 ' n o v o u . . A , , - 1 u ar u n ' H ' ." . , . . , . ..,... . Sophomore Class he Sophomores one of the smallest classes in SHS returned to school determined to show the rest of the high school that they fthe Sophsj might be least but not last They d1d it too On the basketball court playing for the Junior Varsity were Al Beebe Frank Dickseski Al San ford Gerry Bradnick and George Kaelm Art Youngs and Paul Carroza were assistant managers of basketball Frank Dxckseskl Art Youngs Gerry Bradnick Stan Sadowski and Tom Murray manager con tributed their share on the track team Al Beebe and George Kaelm were on the baseball squad Al playing regular third base position Aside from the field of sports almost all ot the Sophs belonged to the Glee Club and a few were ln the Band The maJor1ty of the class partlclpated in the Senior operetta The Swam1 of Bagdad Then too the names of many Sophomores could be seen on the honor roll Oh though the Sophs may be least they are not last Assembly Speakers he first assembly of the year was an address by ' Mr George Creaker a Journalist and foreign correspondent Mr Creaker who was born in South Afrlca and educated there as well as in Am Future? He spoke of Noblesse Obhge our obligation to our ancestors and things that formu late people s opinions of our country In November Niekavth Chorue a native of Bombay India and a graduate of Oxford Univers 1ty spoke on the subJect India Land of Mystery Contrasts and Problems Mr Chorue polnted out the problems of Indla at the present time touchmd upon the delicate caste ystem which rules the everyday life of the Indlan people Mr Chorue also humorously described how one learns the English language and how confused the twenty fou r begmner is for example if do is pronounced doo why isnt go pronounced goo? Then with Rose Gradowskl as his model he demonstrated the varlety of styles possible in wo Out of his rich and varied experience Niek avth Chorue gave us a clear picture of India as It IS today In January Mr Earl Hefmer a naturalist and photographer of wild life addressed the students on the subject Wild Life of New York State His talk was of particular interest as well as a help to the scienc students Following his talk Mr Hefmer presented colored movies showing the various stages of wild lmfe such as the struggle for survival mngratlon of birds in winter hibernation and the other com mon occurrences in the llves of wxld anlmals I , D .1 ' y u ' Y h . . v ' . . Y ' . I . A . - 1 7 , , , - . G . . . . , . , - ' ' as ' n l Y ' , , ' . . . . , no, ' 'l 1 Y Y ' ' ' ' ' 9 , ' ' 4 1 4 1 . 7 a , I . . , . D U v , . . . erican Universities, used as his topic, "What of the men S dress With only one piece of materlal- . ,Y ll ' YY 1... . l ' A , . '- Q ' ' - 1 ' ' . . , Y ' . 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Z . . , - Freshman Class lfty one students began their careers as fresh men ln September 1946 They have excelled In every sport and the honor roll has been fllled wxth freshman names Berme Gagen Jack Gagen Antone GaJesk1 Jack Donahue Newton Concepclon Bob and George Machmchlck Herb Papurca Dan Flore and Herb Cassldy have been actlve on the basketball DEFINITION True love IS llke nectar That when only tasted once W111 rouse a spark of brxghtness In even the dullest dunce But a false love IS decelvmg Heartaches are never fun When the actor does stop actlng The love affalr lS done Llke myself some people w1sh That they could only fmd A way of lookmg far beyond For thelr love has made them blmd I thlnk that I have found a way That IS better than them all It ls, to keep your eyes ahead And never fall at all Harlan Chase ln track events The glrls not to be outdone have partlclpated ln glrls mtramurals the Sprmg Festxval and Chorus Many of those m the Chorus took part m the operetta Early m December the class elected John Donahue presldent Berme Gagen V1ce presldent and Barbara Cochran secretary STUDY HALL Study hall IS a place for quotes But not concernmg class Study hall IS a place for notes For everyone to oass Study hall IS a busy place Wxth bubble gum and stuff Study hall lsn t study hall Have I saxd enough? T Polywoda twenty five , K . K I ! 4 'Ik I .V V j , Q 5. Y A 5 I , p ' L l ' - ' - court. Many more of the fellows have participated I . Y , . . D , . Y . . , . 7 7 . .7 . ' 1 l n I 1 1 1 , ' 9 ' , ' - ' 3 1 - S ' A umor Hrgh School rades Seven and Elght we1e agam act1ve dur 1ng the year 1046 1947 Among the most 1m portant endeavors were the Dance Festlval for the glrls and Intramural basketball for the boys The followmg glrls presented The Scotch Hlgh land Dance Audrey Petty Ann McCaffery Kay Young Theresa Moeller Jan1s Dlckerson Marllyn Lytle Vera HHFTIS Irene Swenkoskl Sophle Stan kew1cz Rose M1S1OSkl Florence Caley Sh1rley Carroza Margaret Flscher Cynth1a Kmght Anna Terry Nancy Hoyt Betty Kart and Betty Joyce Gaffga In the boys Intramural basketball two teams were selected from the two grades and a schedule of f1fteen games were played The team composed of Benny Manasek Cap tam Anthony Seproskl John Sxmon John Char news W1l11am Fogarty John Lademann Louls Tay lor and Earl Dlckerson won the champ1onsh1p over the followlng team James Caley Captaln John Satkosk1 Arthur Aksten Fred Cardmal Graham Glover Fred Blados Robert McCaffery and John Bauer Latin Club he Sen1or Latm Club o ganlzed at the begln n1ng of the term by electmg Barbara Sllleck and Jack McCaffery consuls Marge McCaffery Quaestor Clotxlde Karsten Cenatrlx and Emxly Kaelm and Joan Rothman Scrlbae The organ1za t1on meetmg marked the beg1nn1ng of a very suc cessful season WhlCh mcluded the adoptlon of a new const1tut1on and part1c1pat1on 1n several sup pers and partles The Lat1n I Club elected the followmg off1cers Consuls Joan Kael1n and Robert Mach1nch1ck Scubaes Barbara Cochran and Joan Cassldy Quaestox Meryle Newbold Cenatrlx Mur1elMul len Of cou1se the chmax of th1s seasons feStlX1 tles was In1t1at1on on May 20 21 For two days the twenty Goats assembled on the front steps moxmng nd noon wearmg dlfferent colored socks p1gta11s tled Wlth 11bbons and mens garters Con the g1rlsJ w1th h1gh heel shoes and makeup tboys twenty SIX mcludedj There they satlsfled the deslres of the Honorable Senatores Each goat brought to h1s or her boss a sweet morsel of food wrapped as a grft s a token of hls undylng love for the hlghly es teemed person After two days of subJugat1on the Goats on the evemng of May 21 were led blmdfolded over h11l and dale and through the streets of Southold F1n lShlHg touches were added to the already admln lstered horlors at the secret meetmg place and then evelyone assembled ln the school cafeterla fo1 the formal 1n1t1at1on Followmg the formal proceedmgs all partook of the fme lefreshments provlded by Cenatrlx Clotllde Karsten sandwlches punch and 1ce cream sundaes When the Goats and Bosses depalted thls t1me all of them wele full fledged membexs of the Qemor Latln Club and throughout all the proceed mes ex eryone observed the motto Sempez Socn Always Frlends , ,1 -1 ,C B' I Y Q I A ' K . . . 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' 1 1 1 ' if , , ' , . 1 1 1 . , , Band h1s year agaln the Band has had a busy year appearlng for the pubhc appearances even more than last yea1 Durmg the basketball games the ent1re band through the efforts of M Ulp performed drlll operatlons on the floor Of the gym In November several members of the band attended the Sect1ona1All State Festlval at Mal verne On March 17 the band journeyed to Rlverheacl for the State Competxtlons and Festlval for Bands Orchestras and Glee Clubs A successful year has been completed and to top lt off summer concerts w11l agaxn be glven 1n front of the F1re House Glee Club he Glee Club th1s past year has h d the ex I ceptlonally large membershxp of elghty two They are Walter Adams Joan Albertson Eleanor B1l1ard Sally Berry Phyllxs Baker Carol Bergen Walter Blados Gerald Bradnlck Agnes Burkhardt Katherme Case Joan C3SS1dy Barbara Cochran Elame Dr1es Kathleen Denzler Janet Chapel Frank D1ller Joan Dewar Al1ce Droskoskl Bar bara Dlckerson Herbert F1sher Ruth Fxore Ray mond Grattan Ann Grlgonls Barbara Grathwohl Bernelce Grathwohl Margaret Glover Barbara Grattan Theresa Gaffga Rose Gradowskl Nancy Horton Charles Hunter Helene Jordan Arthur Grattan Charles Karsten Clotrlde Karsten Tydll Kent Marjorie Krukowskl Nancy Joy Knowd SL san Knlght Joan Kaelxn Barbara Hunter V1rg1n1a Lytle Thomas Murray Benny Manasek Marrlyn M1ller Gertrude MaJesk1 Murxel Mullen Katherxne twenty eight Murray George Machmchxck Margaret M1ller MarJor1e McCaffery Rose Norklun Meryle New bold Jean Newbold Margaret Neary Josephlne ODell Madlyn ODell Barbara Pulese Teresa Polywoda Ada Payne Verna Petty Janet Prxce Joan Redden Joan Rothman Jenny Swxatocha R1chard Sulhvan Alfred Sanford Al1ce Schmltt Helen Stankew1cz Josephrne Terp Joyce Whxpple Beverly Whlpple Al1ce Wheeler Marlene Wester lund Arthur Youngs Allan Youngs Donald Young and Phoebe Young Wlth the able accompanlrnent of Joan Albert son the group sang Chrlstmas Carols between the acts of the grade operetta ln December We also sang on Father s N1ght and helped the Sprlng Festx val along w1th var1ous folk songs between dances N1ne members of the Glee Club went to Mal verne 1n November where they sang 1n a cho1r of 385 volces I y , ' - - 1 - . ' . . . - ' 1 ! 7 1 I r. , ' , . , .... , . . E - Y , . , . 1 . - . - . 1- ' ' 1 y - . Y 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ' ' 7 1 ! ! 7 l ! . ' 7 Y ! ' ! I Y . ' ' Y ! 1 7 Y 1 . . . 4 Jeanne Carroll, Betty Danowski, Ruth Danowski, U ' I ' , ' g ' ! Y l . , - , Y . . . - , , - 1 5 1 ' - ' - 1 9 v 1 ! Y i ! l l I l 3 ! - ! 7 ! i , I . , . , . ' . . 1 1 1 ' . . . M . . 3 7 7 ' 1 1 1 ' Y 1 ! 1 1 1 L ' Basketball Varsxty outholds Basketball Team havmg lost two key men through gradlatlon started the sea son wlth only four lettermen Of the four Goldle had only two Beebe and Gagen who had played regularly on the Varslty Baker and Dxller had appeared 1n a few games the year before but most of thelr good work was wlth the Junlor Varslty D1ck Youngs was chosen as Manager and Chucksy Gagen was elected Capta1n The record for the season although not 1m over for any team The Varslty won 7 and lost 8 of xts 15 regularly scheduled league games Southold scored 552 pomts to thelr opponents 425 S1x of the games lost were dropped by 6 pomts or less The team played hard clean basketball and as usual were a credit to themselves and the school There was no 1nd1v1dual star on the squad Beebe and Shalvey were top scorers whlle Capt Gagen and Ekster took care of the defense Hunter saw considerable servlce and should prove to be come an excellent passer and scorer next year Baker and Dxller the two smallest men on the team saw actlon m several games and could always be counted on to glve all they had In the South ampton game and the contest at Hampton Bays Baker was especlally lmpresslve Bob Goldsmlth Harlan Chase and Berme Gagen dld excellent work whenever the regular guards needed help Playmg h1s flrst year as a freshman and mak1ng the Varslty glves promxse that Berme should be an excellent player ln the three years to come Through graduatlon we lose Capt Gagen Berme Shalvey Bob Goldsmlth Bob Baker Frank Dlller and Harlan Chase To fxll their places we have Berme Gagen Earle Overton Antone Gajeskz Frank D1CkSeSk1 Jack Gagen Phxl Horton Al Sanford Allen Beebe and Newton Concepclon all of whom d1d great work on the Jumor Varslty team Wlth Beebe Hunter and Ekster as a nucleus and Goldle at the helm SHS should have a very formxdable team for the 1947 48 season twenty nine I 1 ' 1 , . 2 ' , - , ' Y . I 1 v . . . - - . ' y , , ' ' . . pressive as such, showed Southold to be no push- . . . . , ' V . 7 7 l . , . ' ' I l ! Y ' J ' .1 1 1 ' , , , , - r D l . , l ' 1 y . Y . Iumor n unusually large number of recruxts turned out to try for posxtlons on the J V team th1s year Thus the Jun1or Varslty Team cons1sted malnly of members who had llttle or no experxence on the court before Of the very large number who came out An tone GaJesk1 Jackxe Gagen Earle Overton Phxl Horton Newton Concepclon Allan Beebe Al San ford, A1 Goldsmith, Jack McCaffery, and Don Youngs saw the greater share of servlce The team played a total of 15 games, wmnmg 11 and losmg 4 A grand total of 404 po1nts to the 297 po1nts of the1r opponents was scored by Varsity the Jun1or Varslty men GaJesk1 was hlgh scorel w1th 107 po1nts Jack1e Gagen and Earle Overton followed wlth 78 and 52 pomts respectlvely The team played clean and hard a factor more 1mportant than the outcome ltself Wllllams strove for team work durmg the trammg of the team realxzmg that the future v1ctor1es or defeats hlnged dlrectly upon xt From the out come of the games and the reputatxon of the team, lt appears that he has ach1eved hxs goal In los1ng four games, two by four po1nts or less, the team showed that they had the old come back Splflt The alm of the Jun1or VaFS1ty today IS flrst team of tomorrow Ping Pong he pmg pong tournament th1s year resulted 1n a I play off by Tom O'Dell and Ray Annabel It was a tough battle unt11 the end because nelther the spectators nor the compet1tors could tell who was gomg to wm unt1l the last pomt was made The players declded to dlV1de the games, and s1nce three games out of f1ve were to declde who was to w1n, they declded to play two the fxrst day and the rcrnammg games the next day Ray Annabel took thirty the flrst game, whlle Tom O'Dell took the second game The next day O'Dell took the thxrd game, whlle Annabel took the followmg game Thls gave each player two games, thus leavxng the next game to d6C1de In the next game, the score was 18 18, but Annabel managed to get the next three po1nts makmg It h1S game After Tom lost, he heartxly congratulated Ray as wlnner thus show1ng real sportsmanshlp Therefore, Ray Annabel IS pmg pong champ for '46 '47 .A,, It -',' ' . 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Mr. ' - 1 l I Y ' . . 1 - v 1 1 ' I Baseball Wa1t T111 the Sun Sh1nes Nellle was the theme song of Southold H1gh Schools Baseball squad durlng the past season Ram and cold weather prevented the squad from hav1ng any sustamed pract1ce sesslons and foxced the cancellat1on of all practice games whlch are so 1mportant 1n the development of a strong team for a short season of play A further handlcap fac1ng the team was the fact that for the f1rst t1me 1n many years Southold was left wlthout the serv1ces of an experxenced pxtcher a cond1t1on WhlCh d1d not contr1bute to the teams confldence B111 Borkowskl a veteran who returned from the armed forces to graduate was elected Captam and d1d most of the catchmg He was ably ass1sted by Bern1e Shalvey Bern1e Gagen a freshman d1d most of the p1tch1ng Conslderxng that lt was BEFHIES f1rst ex perlence on the mound he d1d a splendld Job and w1th further experlence should develop 1nto an ex cellent moundsman Charhe Hunter appeared on the mound ln a couple of the games and d1d a cred1table Job The 1nf1eld posltlons were handled by Ted Beebe at f1rst Joe Ekste at second Chucksy Gagen at shortstop and Allen Beebe a sophomore play1ng hlS f1rst year at th1rd base Frank Dlller Ph11 Horton Antone GaJesk1 and when not behmd the plate Bern1e Shalvey were 1n the outf1eld Due to a postponement of the openmg game w1th Greenport Southold had to open the season agamst R1verhead the toughest opponent It was thezr f1rst tlme on the f1eld as a team and the cal1bre of play was not up to standard The one s1ded defeat seemed to d1sc0urage the bojs Per haps thlS was due to the fact that they had not tasted defeat 1n league compet1t10n 1n ox er a year They came back to w1n over Greenport 1n an extra mnmv game however by a score of 4 3 ln n1ne mmngs A close game WhlCh could have gone e1the1 way was lost to Mattltuck 7 5 Threatenmg rlght up to the flnal out the game ended wlth the ty1ng runs on base In the return game agamst R1verhead the boys played n1ce baseball and only through errors was R1verhead able to w1n 4 1 Greenport proved a stubborn foe on the1r home game5 3 The f1nal game at Matt1tuck a free scormv contest saw our lads come from beh1nd and drlve on to a 11 8 vnctory There was no outstandmg performer for South old th1s year e1ther at bat or a f1eld But there vere 1nd1cat1ons that several new comels to the squad 1n a year or two would develop 1nto fme players Chucksy Gagen Frank Dlller B111 Bor kowskl and Berme Shalvey w1ll be lost through graduatlon Among those who are expected to take thelr places axe J8Ckl8 Gagen Frank Dxck S6Skl Fred Boergesson Newton COUCEPCIOH and Gerald Bradmck thlrty one v , - Y ' ' ' 1 - I ' I 3 9 Y - . . 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LEONARD dz ROGERS FUNERAL HOMES Wa Inoml Leg: ard and Frank B R gers Dwrectur Mann Street Riverhead M1:n Road Cutchogue Phare Riverhead 2296 Phone Peconlc 6640 SERVICE WITH DIVNITY to relieve the bereaved of worry and care " .J , Y 'V A f' 'L U. : xW . 'J ' X S I X ' I . -J Courteous consideration given every detail Nassdu Pomt 'Servlce Statlon Harold Jones Prop WASHING LUBRICATING SIMONIIZING Complzments of the FOR AMERICA S HEALTI1 AND GREENPGRT SKATING CLUB WEST RECREATION SPORT ROY WATTS MICHAEL DESANTO REID OWNERS d OPERATORS P . . N . , . Tel. Peconic 6992 CUTCHOGUE, N. 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I, Compliments of Compliments of DELTA BAKER 8: FICKEISSEN MANUFACTURING CO Builders SOUTHOLD NEW YORK SOUTHOLD N Y O l I . r I Phone , South Harbor Road B E N N I E ' S SERVICE STATION SHELL PRODUCTS GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Phone Southold 3542 DE FRIEST S SHIPYARD BOAT BUILDING MARINE HARDWARE PECONIC DAIRY H. N. BOOTH, Prop. MILK - CREAM Tel. 3917 North Road S S FOOD MARKET DREDGING MARINE CONTIIACTING MEATS Gnd GROCERIES 313 315 EAJT MAIN S RIVERHEAD N Y Tel 3334 Tel 3982 PECONIC L I . . ' 9 ZZ X " T - I , . . . . , , , I A A ALA , I CLARA S BEAUTY SHOPPE All Branches of Beauty Culture QOUTHOLD T I 3 33 GFOCCFIGS Frozen Foods MAIN REET SOUTHOLD T I 3 20 Compllments of PAUL S Barber Shop SOUTHOLD N Complzments of STUART WOODWARD U e. 5 , . Y. MARTIN W. McCAFFERY e. 2 S. LEAVITT, INC Compliments of MENS SHOP Rlvl-:RHEAD GRILL RIVERHE FORD FERGUSON Z Q- "I '1 sv 0 FP o "1 0 o 5 'cs sv 5 '4 AD RlvsRHEAo New Yomc PECONIC 0 ern SERVICE STATION U n1 P I' rn X V5 TRACTORS I 1 C f 5 dMddI Rd 'MPLEMENTS Sunoco Products 2 S fh ld 3 PECONIC N Y Tel. River ea 729 , . . Tel. I Rou e 8 Comer Pulaski St. on i e A Compliments of MATTITUCK BOWLING ALLEYS MATTITUCK, L. I. Tel. 8982 S SCHACKMAN 8a SONS Army 8: Navy Store Dnstmctnve Sport ond Work Clothes 33 Eost Mom Street RIVERHEAD Tel 2730 L E I C H T ' S GRocERlEs DELICATESSEN Homemade Foods our specialty Phone 3312 SOUTHOLD BOISSEAU AVE CORNER STORE GROCERIES MEATS ICE CREAM HOMEMADE BREAD FRESH CHICKENS Phone 3983 SOUTHOLD . S. B. I-IORTON Compliments of YOUR FURNITURE CENTER FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOR 85 YEARS GREENPORT L. I SUNRISF THE. 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D Tel. 918 Eastern Oil and Gas Compliments of , Corporatlon WORTI-I'S RESTAURANT DiSffibUf0fS Of TYDOL VEEDOL Products 30-32 FRONT STREET, GREENPORT, N. Y. RIJERHEAD, N. Y. Tel 564 e. 'ver ead 33 2321 GREENPORT Compllments Of OIL HEATING COMPANY CLAUDIO5 RESTAURANT PLUMB'NG OIL BURNERS GREENPORT N Y T I Rl h 20 Coal, oil, and gas boiler and furnac 't Phone Greenport H7 "Thmlfa for yours ' es ond :ef oflfwrs em f the pruvulege to do so, t O." THE 'VIRST NATIONAL BANK GF CUTLHOGUE P- 'er on Sz Van Duzer CLTCHOGJF NEW YORK SOUTHOLD RUSSELL P SILLECK AGENCY Compliments of FLORA S LUCE Ag RALPH MASSARELI A GENERA INSURANCE d REAL ESTATE B a r b e r , I Of p 6786 Q 6224 SOUTHOLD LONG ISLAND ei s A N - 1 1 Ng -I . , ehf L on J Main Street CUTCHOGUE, L. I. Ye f eccmuc W- es Pecorwic RALPH W. STERLING SILL'S FARMS, INC. MILK -- CREAM Seeclsman and Florist LOCAL PASTEURIZED MILK Flowers for all occasions phcnes G,ee,,p,,,, 537 , 579 CUTCHOGUE Tel. Peconi: 6725 BARTEAU S SERVJRCE STATAON Mom Road CUTCHOGUE Socony Product Shelter Island 49R GREENPORT, L. I. CHARLES I-I MEREDITH CONMERCAL and FORTRAN PHOTOGR lPi-eEr4 TIFCS Tubes Bmte s CUTCHOGUE N Y Rcnolrlnq on All Cort Tel Peconnc 62 . 1 7 l . - .' fy .v 5 ' '1 . 'r .K I - E f- ' 1' ,. S . . . - " 'vue I L'. V . X f A N Compliments of QQQQQEQSSQQ SOUTHOLD BAKERY OLD JU'-E Southold 3998 PARTY BOAT TO LET Chrysler Plymouth MARIMOR CAPT ALEXANDER J BLASCHACK F H FISHING AND SAILING PARTIES BY THE HOUR DAY OR WEEK MILL CREEK BASIN SOUTHOLD N Y Resldenr Phone Southold 3876 ca n SOUTHOLD, L. I. Tel. 3532 K 'Y J RYSKO'S MARKET ADOLPH RYsKo. Prop. Fancy GTOCCTICS, Meats and Vegetables Self Service Delivery CUTCHOGUE N. Ye Te Peconic 6541 C, P IUTHILL Plumbmg Heating O11 Burners uallty Points Varmshes Supplles CUTCHOGUE ervice Compliments of GLOVER S DINER CUTCHOGUE NEW YORK W CUTCHOGUE DRUG STORE H KOLLMER Pharma Tel Pecomc 6796 CUTCHOGUE N 9 S Q . . - . Tcf.: Pvforzic 6779 , . Y. 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JFRSIY MAPINE PAINTS Lawn Mowers Reconditioned 81 Sharpened EISI-IERMAN S SUPPLIES Southold New York G eewoort L I Te 317 Compliments of F BRANDI WILLIAM FIORE SOUTHOLD SHOE SHOP Shoes for Everyone Sgufhgld Greenporf New York BURNETT F TUTHILL Contractor and Builder Pecomc Tel 6488 Comphments f SLATS REEVI: G H conwm s DRUG STORE C J GRATTAN Ire Cream Frappe Mllk Shake P"0V'5'0'1e" Horton s Ice Cream PRIME MEATS FANCY GROCERIES Only 'he Besf ond VECETABI ES NO GVGGWPOVI Southold New York Lsvm s MEN s sHoP H M HAWKWS SECOND HAND FURNITURE A 4 CI c f cl h gency 0' 'ppe' 'G' mes CHINA AND GLASSWARE I9 I:I'OI'II' Sheet GI'eeI'IpOI'I N Y SOUfhQId Te' Best Washes DR J L. 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