Union Hill High School - Orange and Blue Yearbook (Union City, NJ)

 - Class of 1938

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Bl, the CQQAA ot ganuanmff, 1938 qflnlon HUUZ High .gchoofl clinton Cltlg, Wlew blenhelj qonewondl So eaeh fond memory to reeall The ones you loved the best of all The pretty girl, the handsome boy The elass that brought the greatest joy The teacher who inspired your work That arduous task you did not shirk- Tlze years chuck full of lots of fun The many things-just everyone That you all wish you won't forget liaeh item we have earefully set In this T- Our Year Book. THEME Time-that elusive will-o-the wisp We reach for it, we grasp for it And yet it goes We measure it, tick-tock By glass, by drum, by clock We beat it out, and yet It is here and it is gone It is the great healer, and the great destroyer So many glib phrases are built about it K'Time will tell" "This will pass in time" U "Don't be a time-wasterf' How often we roll time over our tongue But yet it goes--whether we seek it or stop it Tick-tuck, tick-tock By metronome or clock Seconds, minuites, hours, days, years Ad inlinituni Sunny hours counted by thc sunclial CQQM1 Ut ganuanmfr, 1938 EBM? 1? 113 93 73 Miss H. Barth Miss A. McLean Mr, D, P1'i111011t Page Y lzrw CQQAA Office-:na GEORGE .IIENNE GEORGE KEIL EMMA DE BENEDICTIS DOROTHEA JAMESON Page Fam' Page Five Dedication VVE, THE CLASS OF JANUARY 1038 DEDICATE THIS, OUR YEAH BOOK TO Cwlllm Eu:-:Quin Jiilflen With patience and with infinite cure You guided us along- And the many times that we did err You righted all our wrong And tho our ever changing moods Changed oft from song to tears At meetings or in gatherings, 'twzls you who allayed our fears. DOROTHY BERYL APFELBAUM "Dot has riddled away a good many years of her life, both in Washington School and here at Union. Hut they have not been wastedg her ac- tivities prove that she has been a busy member of the classg Student Council, president Lan- guage Club, Art Club, History Forum, Biology Club, Dramatic Club, Sr. Play '36. Orchestra, and Girl's Basketball Team. Dancing is her chief hobby, and journalism her ambition. CHARLES ARNS Charles graduated from Robert Fulton Gram- mar School. He is very friendly and gets along well with the stttdents. "Charlie" has the "easy- man's" hobbies which are reading and fishing. He is a member of the History Forum, Language Club, and Dramatic Club. Charles is undecided about his future course in life after graduating. FRANK BARRY lfrank is "Our newspaper man," who uill probably get many "scoops" "Rarry" lilies to swim, bicycle and play basketball. He has been il member of the press staff, History Forum, Dramatic Club, and English Cub. THELMA BIFSON She had made up her mind to be a private secretary, even when attending Robert Fulton Grammar School. Hel' hobbies are: cross-word puzzles and dancing. Sbe was i11 '37, a member of the History Forum and also served on the Decorating Committee. Page Six MARY BLAIR "Mickey's" hobbies are sports, skating, tennis, bike-riding and dancing. She was a member of the Dramatic Club of '35, History lforum '37, She husn't made up her mind as to the future. JUSTUS BECKER "Butch", a graduate of Roosevelt School, is an exponent of the famous Greek philosophy, "Everything in moderation and nothing in excess." He spends some of his time on studies, some of it on work, and the remainder on amusements: as a result, he is my idea of a "reg'lar fellerf' He is Publicity Manager of the Senior Class, 21 member of the History Forum, Language Club, and a former vice-president of the Skating Club. "Butch" intends to continue his studies at Brook- lyn Polyteehnical Institute to earn his engineering degree. His favorite sport is swimming, and his hobby is philately. ARNOLD BOSTON Arnold, whom we all know as "Beans", likes to draw and sketch, and he often amuses us with his Art. He likes all sports and hopes to be a dentist. He has been a member of the History lforum and Dramatic Club. LEONORE P. BLOCH "Lee" graduated from hfV21SlllllglLOll School with us and has been as line a sport throughout her four years of high school as she was in grammar school. Seldom serious, she provides us with a good many laughs and keeps away old man gloom. She will continue her education at Mills School, N. Y. 'ALee" has been a member of the Dramatic Club. Language Club, llistory lforum, and Biology Club, cap't of the Girls' Basketball Team. Her hobby? You've guessed itvbasketball l Page Sczwz DOROTHY BODE "Dot is a quiet, petite miss who ventured to Union from Washington School. Undaunted by her four years here, she looks forward to a college education and an interesting career of journalism. As small as she is "Dot" insists that swimming and horse-back riding are her hobbies. She has been a member of the Language Club, Dramatic Club, History Forum, and English Club. ROBERT BOYD One of the most popular boys of our division, "Birdie", a graduate of Vlfashington School, has a most enviable record in extra-curricula activities. His amiable personality has won him a place of great esteem in the hearts of his classmates. He is president of the Athletic Association, a member of the Student Council, History Forum, Language Club, Dramatic Club, and Art Club, Senior Play '37. His hobbies are camping and all sorts of outdoor life. ln addition, he adds to the informal atmosphere existing in the seventh period physics class, his favorite period. RICHARD A. CADE XYhen "l7icky" graduated from Roosevelt School, he began offering some keen competition to the new freshmen of Union Hill. He has been a member of the Language Club, .History Forum and the secretary of the Dramatic Club. He sang in the operetta "Pinafore". Although he in- tends to go to business when he graduates, it is his supreme ambition to go to college and obtain an engineering degree. ELEANOR S. BOYAJY "Sham," a graduate of Wfashington School, is one of our most ardent dancing enthusiasts, and can be seen at noon dancing, doing justice to the "Peabody" Swimming and roller skating are also among her hobbies. An active senior, she is a memberof the History Forum, Glee Club, Lan- guage Club, Art Club, Union's band. a member of the cast of Pinafore, Eintracht Concert, County Chorus, and of the staff of the O. 81 li. She will enter Christ Hospital to study Nursing. Page Eight CARMELA BRISCIONE Carmela is a very quiet student, has dark hair and dark eyes. She graduated from Wash' ington Grammar School. Likes to go to basket- ball and football games and hardly misses any of them. She is a member ofthe Dramatic Club and the llistory lforumg wants to become a stenographer when she graduates. EUGENE CARLINO Eugene, a student who is very quiet and studious. graduated from Franklin Grammar School No. 3. He has for his hobbies stamp col- lecting and has acquired a great collection since he started his hobby. He has been a member of the History Forum 'So and '37, and Dramatic Club '35 and '36. Eugene is undecided about his future ambitions. ROBERT CARPENTER XYe call him "Carp", he resided formerly at W'ashington Grammar School. VVhile staying here. he has made many warm friends. As to his next whereabouts he is undecided, but he is sure of one thing, he would like to be a sport's pro- moter. His activities: Varsity Basketball '36, '37. '38. Varsity Football '37, Class ofhcer '37, his hob bies are: Basketball. bowling and football. REGINA FLURA CHIMIEL "Reggie", a Henry Harris graduate, joined the ranks of the seniors of ll-3 this term. She is another of our swimming enthusiasts, but adds skating and souvenir-collecting to her hobbies. She is a member of the History Forum and Skating Club. She intends entering Catherine Gibbs School of Business. Page Nine Ni... N-. with Wan mm ' . 3 ' 7 " I Q ,.. . " L I 4 I vlzil VZ, ' 1"-- I t at 7 VV" i, ,,,i, 1 T h ad , 'i ' I SEATRICE CRAWLEY Beatrice is a cute little student who is very studious. She graduated from Robert Fulton Grammar School. As her hobbies, "Bea" likes swimming and dancing and does plenty of both. She is a member of the History Forum, Dramatic Club, and Language Club. After graduating lleatrice will go to Paine-Hall School to become a Medical qkssistant. JOSEPH CINCOTTA Known to his intimates the "Senator,", Joe resides at 7-3. His former home, Robert Fulton Grammar School, is proud to look back and record his having been there. After his temporary resi- dence of 4 years at Union Hill High expires, his new home will be the eminent Panzer College. He, however, w0n't go without some laurels gained here, he was an active member of the varsity foot- ball team years '35, '36, '37, and also belonged to the famous History Forum Club '37, '38 VINCENT J. COSPITO After Vincent leaves School, he should suc- ceed in anything that he does, for he is a hard and sincere worker. XVhen he goes out to do something, he does it. "Vin" graduated from VVash- ington Grammar School, ls interested in basketball and was on the Inter-Class Basketball Team in '36, '37. .-Xs yet, Vincent is undecided about his future. MAE ANN GULLY Mae Ann, the singer of our class, has sung her way into every one's heart. She expects to enter Christ Hospital. Mae is a graduate of Horace Mann. She likes to sing and draw, and in both Iields she has an excellent opportuinty. She has been a member of the History Forum '37, Dramatic Club '36, Varsity Show '37, Language Club '36. Page Ten VIVIAN DALTON NVQ call her "Viv". She is a goodlook- ing blonde gal with plenty of grey matter. Rather silent, but does not go by idnnoticed. Graduated from jefferson Grammar School and is special- izing in Business and she will make a hit! ller lioblmy-reading-writes very well tool Was a member of History liorum '37, Glee Club '34, '35, '35, '37, Dramatic Club '36, Language Club '37, and English Club '37, LEONARD DE MARSICO l'3eMarsico's aim in life is to become a journ- alist. He graduated from Washington G. S. "Lenny" has been a member of the llistory lforum and :Xssistant Manager of the liaseball team in '34, He is probably kept so busy with his hobbies, which are eating and sleeping, that he hasn't much time for other things. ALVIN DIETZ Alvin is a lad of our class who hopes to be an aviator. You may be sure he will succeed, for his quiet disposition will help. "Al" graduated from Roosevelt G. S., and has been a member of the llistory lforum, Dramatic and Language Clubs and Varsity Baseball Team '36 and '37, He likes swimming, baseball and hockey. EMMA DE BENEDICTIS "De Benny" is the girl with the nice dimples. She attended Roosevelt Grammar School and is going on to New Rochelle College. NNe will cer- tainly miss those dimples. Emma's activities have been varied and interesting, Member of History Forum '36, '37. Secretary of junior and Senior Class. Her hobbies are as follows: dancing, swim- ming and horse-back riding. Page Eleewz l RITA DE NOIA "Kee" is the girl with "The beautiful Hands". She is especially known for her excellent hand- writing abilities. Came from W'ashing'ton Gram- mar School and is going to attend Business Col- lege. The following are her activities: Sub- treasurer '36, '37, member of Dramatic Club, Language Club '35, '36, History Forum '37, ling- lish Club '37, Treasurer of History Forum. Her hobbies: sports, bicycle riding, music, dancing and reading. JOSEPH DI GIRALAMO Iosephhknown as "Dige", is a very energetic young person as shown by his activities on the J. V. Basketball team during 1936 and 1937. He also was a member of the English Club '35 and the History Forum '37. "Dige" is a graduate of P. S. No. 3 in North Bergen and expects to attend Seton Hall. He includes all sports in his way of amusement. RENATO DI LEO Renato is a quiet boy of our class who is sure to meet the world with a noble desire to succeed. "Ray" is as yet undecided as to what he'd like to do. Ile graduated from Lincoln School, N. B., and has been a member of the History Forum, ANGELINA DE PARTO Angelina, alias "Angel", is going in for busi- ness. Formerly attended Franklin Grammar School. NV1'ites grand poetry and besides that, likes to dance, play basketball, swim and read. lX'as a member of the History Forum of "37. Page Twelve MARY DI FAZIO Is familiarly known to us as "De-lie". lNas a bright student both at Roosevelt Grammar School and Union Hill High School. She is slight and dark and has a shy smile. Her ac- tivities were Sub Treasurer of '38 class. Language Club '35, History Forum '34, '37, The hobbies she has are --traveling, reading and sports fsocceril. She is going to be an excellent comptometrist. PAUL DILGER Paul, a quiet boy of our class, has always been ready to help at any time. He graduated from lNashington School. He is interested in sports, and hopes to attend Stevens Technical School. "P.D.",is his nickname. He has been a member of the Dram- nratic Club'35, '36, History Forum '37, and the Track Team '36, '37. HUGO DU VIGNEAU "Hutch" graduated from No. 4 School in XY. N. Y. He is one of our tallest students and has a natty appearance. He was in the Senior Play of "Mrs. W'iggs of the Cabbage Patch". Has been a member of the English Club '35, '37, and the llistory Forum '37, Hugo intends to become Z1 naval officer and will go to Annapolis after graduation. IRENE DOLLARD ls known by the unusual nickname of "Cab", Methinks she acquired it at Horace Mann Gram- mar School. She is going to be an able Comp- tometrist after her graduation from the Jersey City School of Comptometry. Her activities: Member of Dramatic Club, '36 and '37, member of History Forum. Her hobbies are typical of this little blond girl. She plays basketball, dances, and swims equally as well. I age Tlzirteen 1, li-v , GRACE F. DREXLER "Freckles", the tall good-natured girl of our crowd, is a graduate of Roosevelt School. A bril-- liant and popular member of the class, she has participated in many school activities: Student Council, Vice pres., Girls' Glee Club '36, pres. Art Club '37, History Forum, Language Club, English Club, Biology Club. Some future day will tind her teaching a new generation its reading. 'riting and 'rithmetic. VVILLIAM ERS "Elms" is known to uls by any of three names including Bill, W'illie and W'hite, the latter due to the fact that he has such blond hair. His aim goes high into the future. He wishes to become an engineer and expects to study at Stevens Institute. Whitic Cas we all preter calling himi has been a member of the History Forum, Dramatic Club and Language Club. He has been keeping his talents hidden for those who graduated with him from Robert Fulton P. S. know him to be an accom- plished pianist. RALPH EHLERS "Slim" is one of our quiet students. He grad- uated from VVashington Grammar School. While going to Union Hill, he developed a hobby for photography, and now spends his spare time on this hobby. Ralph is a member of the History Forum and the Language Club, and wants to study aviation after graduation. CATHERINE EHSER "Kay" entered Union from Memorial High School, but by steadv, conscientious . . . and may I add charming effort, she has elevated herself to such a position that we are quite willing to over- look the facts of her origin. She is a member of the Dramatic Club, German Club, Language Club, and History Forum, and Girls' Basketball Team. ller hobby? Swimming! And her ambition. which we know she will fulfill, is to become a re' ceptionist. Page Fourken LILLIAN HERMINE EISENBERG In every class there are always a few stud- ents who possess the enviable quality of being able to see the brighter side of a situation no matter how grave it may be. "Lil", a graduate of Public School No. 6, stands high in the ranks of these chosen few. She is a member of the Orchestra, Art Club, Dramatic Club, and History lforum, and, may I add, contributes to the genial atmosphere existing in the 7th period Physics Class. Tennis and stamps are her hobbiesg ln'- tends going to 'business college. HERBERT FOLLMER Herbert is our super salesman. His motto is "Get 'em while they last." Herby has been pres- ident of our Skating Club. He graduated from Robert Fulton Grammar School. MICHAEL GIANATTASIO "Mickey" as he is called by the students, grad- uated from Roosevelt School. He made a name for himself in Union Hill as the "managing stu- dent". Michael was baseball manager in '34. and basketball manager in '36 and '37. His hobby is dancing. Upon graduation he intends to go to lloly Cross. MARJORIE GARRY Marjorie has blond hair, blue eyes and is tall and slim. She graduated from Horace Mann Grammar School. Marjorie is interested in in-- terior decorating. architecture, and dress de- signing, but intends to take a secretarial course in Catherine Gibbs School after graduating. She has been a member of the History lforum '36 and '37. Art Club '35 and '36, and Dramatic Club '35 and '36. PEM Fifteen , A 5 S ,V .. 5 'Q -in gi I fa H319 AZ. , I 'ft f. , VV.. : 'Q-W 4 z k. g t. ,. 1. . . L SHIRLEY GELLMAN The great American Actress of 7-3! Her bistrionic abilities are well known to all of us, ls a good typist too, by the way! Is going to fullill a life-long ambition by going to American Acade- my of Dramatic Art. Good luck to you Shirley. llelongud to Dramatic Club and to the History liorum '35, and '37, Likes to read, correspond and knit. HERMAN GREENBERG "Hymie", our class jester and practical joker, is well-known for his robust laugh, One could be in a crowd of a million and still be able to pick out llymie: tbat is if he laughs, Graduating from jefferson G, S, he has spent his excess time as a member of the History Forum, Language Club and Dramatic Club, He intends to go to the Uni- versity of North Carolina. Ping Pong and hockey are his hobbies. HASKEL GOLDSTEIN' llaskel is one of the boys in our class who is :1 friend to all, and will meet the world with a friendly feeling. f'lh1ddy" graduated from Public School No, 43 in New York and hopes to go on to college. He is interested in photography, During his stay here he has been a member of the History lfornm, and has been in "Pinafore", and "Varsity Shout' EVELYN GERTLER Evelyn is "the star of our class". She grad- uated from Horace Mann G. S. and hopes to go tn college. She has been a member of the Language t'lub '35, '35, '37, Dramatic Club '35, '35, '37, Ilistory Forum '37, English Club '37, Secretary of History Forum '37, Her nickname, "EVN, Page Sixteen ROSLYN S. GREENBEHG "Rozzie", a Jefferson graduate, is the fortunf atc possessor of the happy combination of sound common sense and a good-natured disposition. However, in the presence of "Lee" and "Dot", the former qntality gives way to the latter. She has been a member of the History Forum. English Club, Dramatic Club, and liiology Club. Dancing is her main interest, but journalism is the mark at which she is aiming. ARTHUR GRUBEH "Artie", a Roosevelt graduate. is recwgnizcd as the class-punster. He has the gift of seeing the brighter side of all situations. He is a member of the Language Club, History lforum, German Club, and Art Club: he is also a charter member of Union's band. After he gets his sheepskin from New York University, he wants to marry some sweet damselle. Ahhh!!! ln most of his leisure time he can be found Iishing' in some babbling' brook. JAMES HALL James, who is tall, and good looking, graduated from St. Johns School in Cliffside. llc is a mem- ber of the History Forum and has been on the junior Prom and Senior Reception Committees. "Jimmy" is interested in game hunting and is well read on that subject. lie intends to become a business man after he graduates. JOSEPHINE GRIGLIO Josephine, another quiet girl with a pleasant personality, is next in line. "jo" graduated from joseph Hrandt School, and hopes to become a nurse. She enjoys football games, and dancing. She has been a member of the Language Club, Dramatic Club, and the History Forum. Page Svzwzfccnz il. - fig-1 nf 5 up gi.. . , i.S ':i:. x . N- - vW is os xiii. f Q S, , - ." fir.. .. ,..., . . - 15 to 'si-tv 1 - 3 . X is -, . eg. wg s 1 p , M .QQ is vw at MARTHA E. HAPPELL If there is one reason why "Marty" of Roose' velt is one of the bestliked girls, it is propably due to that fact that she has the most even-tem- pered and amiable manner that one may have. Vice-president of the English Club, and treasurer of the Girls' Glee Club, a member of the History lforum, Art Club, and Language Club. a member of the cast of Pinafore .... all these activities prove what a valuable asset "Marty" is to us. She will study fashions at a School of Design. VVILLIAM HARDENBERGH "Bill", graduate of Roosevelt School XVec- hawken, is another of the newcomers to the ranks of eleven three, but with his amiable manner and sense of humor, he has become one of us. Bill is the fellow whom we all haunted, pestering him for our pictures a few days after we had them taken. He intends becoming an aeronautical engineer. He is a member of the History Forum, Language Club and Dramatic Club, plays in the band, and is a member of the Photographic Staff of the O. and li. His hobbies include tropical fish and model airplanes. GEORGE JENNE Step up and meet "Jenne", ladies. He came from Roosevelt Grammar School and is going to Pace Institute from here. VVe hope his record will be as good as it was here. His activities: Class President '36, '37, Secretary of Orchestra '35, President of Student Council, History Forum '37, '38 Hobbies: Rowling. Basketball. RUTH G. HARMSSEN "Ruthie" is a rather quiet individual from Roosevelt School, who has, in the course of four years. managed to win herself a warm place in Uniou's life. An ardent camera enthusiast she can be seen at her leisure snapping pictures for pos- terity or "somethin' '. She will continue her studies at college. Her activities have been numerous and varied, Student Council, president of the English Clubg member of the Senior Math Team, president of the Girls' Glee Club '35, member of the Art Club, Biology Club, History Forum, and Language Club, Senior Play '37. Page liigldccn DOROTHEA H. JAMESON jamie" whose lirst alma mater was jefferson School, is a member of that giggling trio of "Mar- ty, Evy. and Jamie". She is the humble possessor of the bad habit of singing during Physics Lab. She refuses to tell her hobbies. but admits that fishing might be one, and yachting another. She has been a member of the Language Club. Dra- matic Club, History Forum, and English Club: Class Treasurer, Senior Play '37. She will enter Swarthmore, Pa. JOSEPH KAUFMANN "joe" to all of us, is next, He will be rcmem bored for his tennis playing. "joe" has graduated from Robert lfulton School. He has been a mem- ber of the History Forum, Echo Board. Dramatic Club, Tennis Team, Basketball Team, and Senior Play '37. GEORGE KEIL .Xffectionately called "lieily" looks back proudly at his :Xhna Mater-jefferson Grammar School but doesn't know where he is going from here U.H.H.S. His activities although limited are distinguished: Vice President of Senior Class. Active member of History lfornm '37, '38 MIRIAM KATZ ls one person from whom we haven't heard much, creep! that she was a bright student-- Thafs .Xlll Her hobbies are movies, reading, dancing and ball games. jeliferson Grammar School has her name on their records. While staying here she belonged to the llistory lforum '37, Dramatic Club '34 and the Glee Club '37. Page Nizzcfvru i ,ag - 1 If 'I- n s ist i "i' . E . m 1 ,'-In s , .. gg it tink I ei Q if Lg'- Si 653, 'hum "-um thru,- X' "'d0' an-,gf of l l - 5 e , .e if . A Y I I . A y . l , zuzi is W if V .,.,. ,A ,gimp 1 MARTHA KLUGE Martha Klugegwhom we all know as "lVlar'f ty". is well-known to the fellows, as quite a girl. She expects to sweep the campus of Swarthmore, Pa., off its feet. After graduation from Lincoln School, she became very absorbed and occupied with the many activities offered at Union Hill. She was a member of the Dramatic Club, Language Club and History Forum. She also took part in the Arbor Day Program and the Elocution Contest. RICHARD KELLER Richard, the student with a neat appearance, graduated from NVashington Grammar School. He takes things easy and doesn't get excited. He is interested in fishing and boating and some day hopes to become an officer in the United States Navy. He has been a member of the History lforum of '35 and '37. RICHARD KRAVITZ "Dickie Roy" graduated from Roosevelt Grammar School. In Union llill he made a name for himself in almost everything that there is to enter. Richard keeps such a solemn face when you speak to him, that you can't tell whether he is joking or serious. He not only played Varsity liootball in '35, '35, '37 and Basketball '36, '37, but was also a member of the All County Chorus. Richard will study law after graduation. GRACE MALLEY "Gracie" is a quiet little miss who never talks. perhaps it was her lfranklin Grammar School training. She is undecided about her plans after leaving here, but that won,t interfere with her swimming and reading hobbies. NVas a member of the llistory liorum of '37, Page T'wcnt5 GENEVIEVE MC MAHON A .X "bright little Irish lass", who is popular with ull. She grziclnsitcrl from Robert lfulton School :mfl expects to become :1 nurse, in which lielcl she is sure to be :i success. Her nielcnzune is "Gen"Z her interests are swimming, and readiing. She has been zi member of the Dramatic Club '35, '36, Language Club '36, SAM LA CROCE Sum is ii short, stwcky stnclent who graflualerl from fifillllllllll' School. He has a good athletic build :incl is interestecl in all sports, mainly basket- ball and football. After grarluuting Sam inteucls to continue his stuclies in lfordham University. NVALTER LARSEN XYElltCI', "the carpenter of our class" is next in line. "Reel", is his name to all. His many quaint sayings have always given us El laugh. "lied" likes cznnplng :incl wooclcrnft. He gracluzltecl from llioraee Mann, ancl has been a member of the llistory Forum. lliology Club, Chorus, lizmcl. He is :is yet uncleeiclecl as to what to do later on. FLORENCE MELNICK NliZltI'lCl1l3lCKl from Jefferson Grammar School :mtl may attend Columbia University. VVas il mem- ber of Glee Club '34, '35, '35' '37. Cust of "Gypsy Uperetta", Language Club '35, History Forum '37 :incl English Club '37, Her hobbies are music and rezuling. Pugu 7iIUl'llI"Y-C9110 PHILOMENA MORANO ls known as Rita's twin, always together. She graduated from VV'ashington Grammar School and is going to Pace Institute from here. She is the quiet but very eflicient type. Wfas a member of the Dramatic Club of '35, '36, Language 'Club '35, '36, History Forum '37. ALFRED J. LAUF "Goody Gumdropsu graduated from jefferson School. ln Union Hill, he is not onlv well known for his athletic achievements but also for his pleasing personality. He is the fellow who can't get angry at anyone. Alfred played varsity foot- ball in '36 and '37, and was on the wrestling team of '35 and '36. Alfred intends to become a business man when he graduates from Union Hill. HOVVARD LEBER Leber, alias "Skippy", is another quiet one in our midst. "Skippy" desires to be a minister and we all hope he succeeds in achieving his goal. During his time here, he has been Captain of the junior Police, a member of the Language Club. Dramatic Club, and History Forum. Howard likes swimming and photography. GLADYS NICHOLSON Is another of 7-3's girls. Modest, quiet, and efhcient as a typist. "HaPPY" is set for business after her visit at Union Hill High School. She originally came from Franklin Grammar School. Her hobbies are tennis, skating, bicycling, swim ming and dancing, and oh! how she can play the Fife! VVas a member of the History Forum '36, '37, Language Club '36, Dramatic Club '35, '36, '37, Glee Club '36, '37, Band '36, '37, Decorating Com- mittee. Page Twenty-Two DOROTHY O'BRIEN "Dottie"to us is our little girl who can dance. Did you learn that at Robert Fulton Grammar School, Dottie? Future .Xspiration-Business. Not with those talented feet? Activities: Member of Dramatic Club '35, '36, Language Club '35, History Forum '37, Decorating Committee. Hobbies: Dancing of course, and walking. HAROLD LINDNER Harold will always be "Lindy". This may be because of his interest in aviation, which is tirst and foremost among his many hobbies which include skating. swimming, cycling, Woodcraft, travel. and sailing. He graduated from Horace Mann G. S. in North Bergen and since then he has been kept busy with his high-school activities which were Vice President of Class '35. "H. M. S. Pinaforen llistory Forum '37, County Chorus '37, JOHN MAHMARIAN Meet "john". the football player of our class. Ile graduated from Horace Mann School, and hopes to go to N. Y. U. He has been interested in all sports during his stay here. He was a mem- ber of the History Forum. ADELAIDE PAGLUIGHI ".Xddie", another of our very small but very nice seniors, is a graduate of Roosevelt School. Despite her size she manages to cover as much territory and have as much fun as the next senior. Swimming and horseback riding are her particular hobbies. ".'Xddie's" home for the next four years will be St. Elizabetlfs College where she will study journalism. She was a member of the Skating Club, llistory Forum, Dramatic Club, and Language Club. Page 7iTK'Fllfj'- Three 17 t in ss, .- . ,J 5 'haf 6 Q ti 41 ,J ' 7 V551-i.?'i5:" ' it if ' I Q ,. ,z .V 1 EDNA RUTH PF HUMMER liclna is another quiet girl with a winning smile. She is a graduate of Robert lfulton Ci. S. Her nickname is "Ed". She is interested in in- terior decorating and her hobbies are stamps, reading, travel and drawing. She has been a mem- ber of the Art Club '35, Dramatic Club '35, '36, Language Club '35, '37. History Forum '37. PETER MARESCA "Live Wire" graduated from U. S. Grant School in N. IX. Ile is of medium height and is very friendly with everyone. Peter has a variety of hobbies, camping, radio, and rollerskating are some of them. Peter is the student who plays the re- cords for the dances in the gym. He is a member of History Forum and Stage Crew. "Live XVire" will study to be an electrical engineer after he graduates. GABINO MOLINA Gabino was born in XVest Virginia, and spent his boyhood days in Spain. He graduated from Roosevelt Grammar School. He is called "Gabby" for short and is interested in radio and stamp col- lecting. He is a member of the History lforuni '36, Dramatic Club '34, and Language 'Club of '35, '33, '37. Gabino will go into the electrical business when he graduates. ROSE PITTARI Looks like a lovelv Spanish Senorita, Her hobbies are quite varied for a Senorita-Tennis, swimming, football, and dancing. Belongecl to History Forum of '37, Dramatic Club '35, '3b. Our pet name for her "Rosie". She is going to attend Eagan's School of Business. Page T'ZUC'lll'j'-1:0111 PHILOMENIA PROVEDE :Xnyone neecl Il good mimiographer? llere she isa"Minnie" No tloubt she will be goozl in the business world. She came from Washington Grammzu' School :mtl was at member of the His- tory lforum '35, '37, Dramatic Club '35, Her hob- bies ure Dzuieiug aucl llusketball. NEIL PARROTT "Neil" with his willingness to work will surely succeed when he meets the world. Since attending high school, he has been Z1 member of the llistory Forum, llrumatie :mtl Language clubs. lle iutenmls to be a sailor. HAROLD PAZDERA llaroltl, the "chemist of the Class", is known 1l:a"l':lZZy". To be ll great Chemist is his :un- bitiou. He has been at member of the Biology Club '35, fhemistry Club '3fr, Piuafore '37, History lforum '37, Skating Club '37. He is interestecl iu cryptogrzlpliy. ADELE RAF F A Xclele is a very quiet stucleut and also at very frienclly oue. "lJelie" as she is eallecl. grztcluzltecl from Washington tlrztmmar School. She likes Kl1lllCillg3: :uicl bztslcetball, cloes much of the former lllltl watelies mueh of the lzttter. She is :1 member of llraiuzttiv Club, l.Z1llg'll1lgC Club, :tml History lforum, .Xfter graduating ,Xclele will go to business. Page 7"ZU6'lIfj'-f:l'C'13 .fix ' H i xl. ' L . T43 if V ' VITEQ i ,f ' 5 J 5 1. i' ' I ,V i t , W .t,va,.Q54g, , V ff-wp, ,. , "h' iii, , 711W ".Fw,',.,f+' 4+ 'wa ., . 1w.+,,,,,., ,Qsiiia2p.f'. ,fy , 1 qyy My., W., ,,, , ,I . .. ' '- " i.U,fs' ' i"'iiiw.w'fafii4 s2 1' W.. n45fiSQsfi,i'f?" N is A , , f kifigg i dyii 1 AGNES RUEGER ls one who needs no introduction to us. lloxv' ever we know her as "Shag", this monicker was derived from her dancing ability. She started when attending Roosevelt Grammar School. No doubt she will succeed in her ambition to become a private secretary. She was a member of the '35, and '37 Language Club, History Forum has her on their records for '34, '37, also the Dramatic Club of '35, '37. Her hobbies are dancing and swim- ming. VVILLIAM RIBBANS "Bill a graduate of Horace Mann School, North Bergen, is a rather quiet fellow. My first impression of him was that he had a complex, but further association revealed that he is a braiuy and intelligent fellow. He is a member of the Dra- matic Club and vice president of the History Iiorum. He intends to become an engineer, and will study at Stevens Tech, Hoboken. Sorry to tlise appoint the girls, 'but his hobby is model con'- struction. LESTER SCHIFF "Glen" as he is known, takes his studies more seriously than the rest of the boys. His scholastic record is an enviable one, but he manages to tind time to enjoy extra curricula activities: he plays the saxophone in the band and in the orchestrag he was a member of the Language Club, History For- um, and Dramatic Club. His hobbies are photo- graghy, sports, and his beloved saxophone. He plans to become a dentist and will matricutlate at the University of Maryland, where his friend, llaskel will probably go too. EVELYN M. SCHAEFER "Thy" graduated from Wiashington School, but it wasn't until she came to Union Hill that she met "jamie" and "Marty", and during her four years here she has had just simply "mobs and mobs of fun"!! Together with her associates she will go to Ransen, N. Y., and later to Swarthmore, Pa. Her hobbies are novel and originalg sleigh- riding and singing "We are the Musketeers". She has been a member of the History Forum, Art Club, Dramatic Club, and Language Clubg Senior Play. Page Twenty-Six HELEN ANN SHAFFNER Helen, a very conscientious girl is known as "Lyn". She is a graduate of McKinley G. S. and expects to enter the business world. Her hobbies are swimming, hiking, skating. She belonged to the Dramatic Club '35, '30, History Forum '37, FREDERICK C. SCHLOSSER Some future day when a voice in the theatre cries, "ls there a doctor in the house ?" "Fred", as he likes to be called, will step forward, for "Fred" is destined, or so he hopes, to become a healer of wounds, an administrator of medicine! He has been a member of the Art Club, History Forum, Dramatic Club, and Language Club, 'Cast of the Senior Play '37, He will enter the University of Pennsylvania. His hobby is riHing. HENRY THALER A quiet lad known as "Hank". W'onder if he was as good a student in Robert Fulton as he is in Union Hill. He will meet George jenne at Pace Institute. His activities: Dramatic Club '35, '36, History Forum '37, Hobbies: Stamp-Collecting, Ice Skating. ELEANOR SEVERINO Eleanor, a quiet student graduated from XVash- ington Grammar School. She is very sincere and well suited for her future, which is to be a stenographer. Eleanor is interested in her com- mercial subjects, the main one being typing. She has been a member of the Dramatic Club, History Forum, and Language Club. Page TTUOHfy-SCZ'C1'l ir I: I at ag, We at 3' sl 5 I K V X EQ I 3 4 I , its Kali it JEANNE ELEANOR SHAMBLER "Honey" is one of our Roosevelt graduates, and as the essence of her name applies, lends her- self cheerfully to Union activities. Some future day will find her setting hair and giving facials, the acquired loveliness of so many of ns. "Honey" is a good ping pong player and indulges in this sport qutite frequently. "Houey,s" activities prove that she takes an interest in extra-curricula activi- tiesg president of the Biology Club '37, treasurer Iliology Lfluh '30, vice-president of German Cluh, class su'h-treasurer, History Forum. VVALTER THOMSON NValter alias "Thoms" is next inthe rank. "Thoms", a friend of all, will get along line later on hecause of his friendly way with others. He graduated from Horace Mann, and intends to he an aeronautical engineer. Swimming, skating and foothall arf- his hohhies. He has heen a memher of the History Forum and County Chorus. MICHAEL TORA i'Mike" graduated from NVashington G. S. W'hile working hard and making certain he would he there on graduation night, he joined the eminent Language fluh. is to his future-he ClO6Sl1't know yet. LUCILLE SCHVVARTZ One of the prettiest girls in the class. Very petite and has a nice smile. "Lou" is going to specialize in Business later. She graduated from Horace Mann Grammar School. Has been a mem- her of History lforutm '37 and Varsity Show. Her outside interests are Dancing, Sports, and Swim- ming. Page Twenty-Eiglzt ALMA SHAPIRO A-X recruit from our rival school Memorial, ,Klum joined our class this tcrmg ncvcrthe-less, she is truly one of us. She belongs to the Skating Club, lJl'2lI1lZlfiC Club, Uniun's llzuicl, :incl the liirl's lizlsketball Tczun. After collage .Xhnzi wuuhl like to becnmc a physical training tcuchcr: shi-'ll make an exceptionally charming one :lt that Hasketbzlll and dancing are her vnczitiims, but taking all her lunch hour to ent instead of ap- plying Will'-llilllll, is just nnc of her ll1flUUl' sports! GEORGE TRENZ George Trenz is :1 quiet boy xvllo is surc to get along in the world. "George" g'l'1lflllZltCfl frmn Iluly Name Craminnr Scluml, :Incl holmes to cutcr thu business world. llc likes Cllllllflllg' nncl SWllllllIlIIQ,'. He has been Z1 member of the History lfnruin '37, l,h'ai11:1tic Club '34, Language Club, and English Club. YVILLIAM VOELKEL W'illi:un is nur "trumpet lJlZlj'Cl'." llc lwpcs to play truinpct in El guncl bzuul, and if uxln-i'ic11vu nizlkcs any fllll.6l'L'lICL', his playing' in the sclmnl bzuncl ought to help. llc has been :i nicinbcr nl' thc History lfnrum. RUTH STEGENGA Ruth Stegengzx, alias "Steg". She has :1 plcnsing pcrsnimlity zunl is zllwzlys willing in lvnll ln-r fcllnw clzlssnmlcs :l hzunl. "Stcgg"' has been very :Activa during' hcr high sulmul L'Ill'1SL'l' Illlil has hzul succcss in everything she has iuirlcrtakcn. Shu was rl nlunbcr nf thu Stuclcnt Cnuncil in '37, Prus- iclcnt nf the llistury lfuruin '37, Vice l'l'csirlcnt nl the Dl'Ellll?lflC Club '37, lliology Club '30, llflllllillll' . , , , .- . v sin v ' v-V . - . i -h .. 1 - 'P- . , i . UL' . , . .1 ' flub 35, 36, 31, .Xrl Club '35 l.:lw'i1'1f'c Club 36 gf ffl Club 311 37, llisi ng Inium 31, linglisll Club '37. "Ste-gn grzuliizutvcl frfnn Ifrzunkf lin Sclmul :incl intcnrls to gn to cnllcgc. Page Tu'c11fy-N1'11c CHARLOTTE STEIGER Charlotte is a student, who is sincere in every thing she does. She is very pleasant and always has a smile. "Shotzie" is her nickname. She graduated from Robert Fulton Grammar School. Outside of school she is a member of the History Forum. Charlotte is undecided what she shall do after she graduates. HENRY VVARNS "Henny" comes next in line. llc will meet the world with a determination to succeed, and most surely will. He likes skating, and woodcraft. To be an aeronautical constructionist, is his am- bition. He has been a member of the History Forum, Language Club, and O. li. Board. JULIUS VVATZICH Here is our class baritone! "julie" was a member of the cast of H. M. S. Pinafore and also a member of the County Chorus. He was a mem- ber of the History Forum and Dramatic Club. "julie" intends to go to college to become a chem- ical engineer. He graduated from Washington ti. S. Among his hobbies are swimming, football, baseball, basketball and bike riding. MARGARET THOSS Margaret, a pleasant student, who is very well liked, graduated from Lincoln Grammar School. "Midge" is interested in swimming and hiking, and also likes to see football games. Her pleasant manner makes her adaptable for her career, nurs- ing. Margaret has been a member ofthe Lan- guage Club '36 and the History Forum '36, '37, Page Tlzirtt THELMA VVEYRAUCH Of course you know that "Honey" is Thelma Weyrauch and indeed she is. Comes from Wash- ington Grammar School and is going to Husiness Vollege. Het she will make a good secretary! Tall, blond and quiet she is a model student. Activities: Member of Language Club '35, '36, History lforum '34, '37, Dramatic Club '35, Her outside interests are dancing and swimming. EDITH VVOLF "Edie', small of stature, but big in spirit is next. Edith is a graduate of Robert Fulton Granif mar School and hopes to go ou to college to study dramatics in hopes of becoming an elocution teacher. She is a member of the Student Council '37, President of the Dramatic Club '37, a member of the Dramatic Club '35, '36, '37, History Forum '37.Biology Club '35, '36, :Xrt Club '35. ANN VVOODWARD You know her, she is the girl with the sweet smile. Her alias is "Giggles". Came from 'way out in Long Island Grammar School. ls going on to Business. Bet you will make a nice Secretary. .Xnn, Hobbies are swimming, laughing, dancing, skating and football. CHARLOTTE ZULL I ls the "little" girl with the great big beautiful voice. Should be on the radio networks instead of llusiness College. Came to us from Washington Grammar School. She was a member of Language Club '35, History Forum '37, and a featured attrac' tion at the Varsity Show. Hobbies: Singing, and Dancing. Her nicknamehoh yes! "Shotsie"! f 0510 T1l1'I'f-l'-0116 ws.. 42. -,., ANIJREW WONDRACK Came from Lincoln Grammar School. His activities'--History lforuim '37, '33, He either is undecided about his tuture or very reticent. Ss armani, Qnacluatlon XYhirling snow and biting frost Crunching footsteps on the path- Crzurkling branches roughly tossed lly winter's wind in i-cy wrath. jolly laughter, merry song Strangely rends the frigid night Gaily works the milling throng Yoices cheery. hearts so light. xxvllilt care they for winter's blast Here are youthful hopes so bright After four long years-at last This is .... Graduation Night l! --Evelyn Gertler Page Thirty-Two CQCLAA Monona 9 Q 1+ li UTH HAHMSSEN Pagf' 71fIiI'f.X'-TIIITU GEORGE KEIL RITA DE NOIA ICVELYN GEBTLEH "'Tl1e fwlanelm ot 1-fime" fCla.rs of January 19331 Febrzmry, 1934 On a blustery cold day. a group of fifty or sixty rather timid looking boys and girls, between the ages of twelve and fourteen, entered the sacred portals of Union Hill High School. They were the new Freshmen, the future graduating class of 1938. They soon entered into the scheme of things, however, and began to enjoy high school life. "Time Marches Un l" 1'it'f1i'IltIV,X', 1935 Sophmores Now! Really important people. The ranks of the Januar class were swelled to one hundred by the entrance of students from North llergen. The class began to support the various functions and to look forward to next year and all its importance. "Time M arches Un l" vv, 1936 -luniorslll The class was organized under the able direction of the Student Council. Miss Allen was elected Faculty Adviser. The officers elected by popular vote were: President, George jenneg Vice Pres.. Harold Lindnerg Secretary. Emma Dellenedictisg Treasurer. Dorothea jameson. Soon after, the first afternoon dance of our career was held and was a success. We also increased our treasury by the sale of Orange and Blue pins. Sub-treasurers for each home room were appointed and all necessary plans were made to set a foundation for making a place for the class in the history of Union Hill. "Time Marches Un l" January, 1937 Seniors at last-a fact which was hard to become reconciled. The offi- cers for the Senior term were elected and remained the same with one excep- tion-fieorge Keil succeeded Harold Lindner as Vice President. The class had a busy and successful social season as Senior A's, starting off with an afternoon dance, next taking charge of the decorations for the St. l'addy's Dance. and then the social event of the year- the "Farewell Dance" to the class of june '37-the Senior Reception. As Senior B's we became the busiest class in school-selling megaphones and Christmas cardsg cast- ing, rehearsing, and finally staging our Senior play, "Spring Dance." Or- ganizing for the Orange and lllueg and taking care of the Thanksgiving Prom. Then our "Farewell Dance", Baccalaureate, and-"GRADUA- TION l" All the fun and activity of Senior year. all the joy of our high school life-over, we are ready to leave the still sacred portals of Union Hill forever and- "TlME MARCHES ON!" For the Class of january, 1938 -Mary Blair Page Tlziriy-Four 1f' xi jf G Y f' Q L X- ,f IL. un S. AE A Be 4 A wx S S if XX S E S I f xxxx fffr 'Wln. J-I. 5. .Staldlen AS PRINCIPAL OF UNION IIILL HICII SCHOOL, YOU NVILL ALXVAYS RE RICMIEIMRICREID NOT ONLY FOR YOUR VERY EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL AFFAIRS RUT FOR YOUR UNFAILINC AND UNDI- VIDED CO-OPERATION YVITH THE STUDENT BODY. YOUR EVER PRESENT COMPANIONSIIIP AND SYM- PATHY IN STUDENT ACTIVITIES HAVE MADE ALL SCHOOL FUNCTIONS SUCCESSFUL. Page Tlzu fx 511 V. 'Wln. Ll. C. quench TO yo U A S ASSISTANT PRINCIPAI, OF om: Scuool. wr: SHAILI MANY VVURIJS OF KINDLY ADVICE VVIl,LINGI.Y HHN DERED T0 US THROUGHOUT OUR HIGH SCHOOI DAYS. gc Y'lzi1'f,x'-569011 ALVVAYS UVVE A IJICBT UF GRATITUIJH FOR THE 4 'zzrpose :4'l'he purpose ot' tl 'iIfflll't'I-',lillC Art Club has been an honorary worc ART CLUB students who have the ability and are really interested in ff'e11f.v:-'l'lie Art Club, this year has not been as active, socially, 2 has been. 'l'his was c ie club is mainly to give pleasure aucl beneht to those Art work. is it formally lue to the illness of our Faculty Adviser. l ' if each of its members com- llowever it has been successful in iavm,., plete one oil painting. continue in this manner in the future. Any student u one year or more may Adviser. Oficers SCI' Faculty Aclvi Yice l'resirlent ,l.. 'l'reasurer ,......, Miss F. H. Nesslage l 'resident .c,..,,..,, ,..,,.. Secretary .,.. ...,l l club this past term. lt will 'ho has taken art become a member. with the consent of thc Faculty Grace Drexlcr ....lJorothy lloskiugs lui-Xlplia Calianilro Charles llliceli Page Thirty-Eight P11rfw.s'a The niain ,-lrlzieffmnzczilx BIOLOGY CLUB purpose of this group is to study advanced liioloffv. tr. Several of the group have succeeded in nialcinff X A leaves a11d flowers. Others have learned h S their own plaster casts ot ow to make niieroseopie slides and several have prepared and mounted skeletons. lfzziizre ln the future the eluh i1 itends to enlarge their scope of work, to include research work in the Museum of Natural History. Offficw'.r Qleanne Shanlhler ., ...., ...,..., , ' Robert Goldstein ..,. Marvin Kresh ..... Charles Alberetti ..,........... .... ,... l'resident ...,..X'iee llresident ......Y.....T1'CE1Sll1'Cl' ,....,Seeretary Faruliy Ad'z'isv1's fa .f . 3 ...f t A? ' , w Miss Mildred lYoods Miss Edna XYZLQVIIQI' Page Tlzirty-Nine DHAMATIC CLUB Pl11'f7IISt'I 'Ib furtlier the intercst :mil flevelrmpinclit ul tall-nt iii llrzuiizlt' ' lfi,'l'1IfSZ l Aluiiiiiig uf thc- lfuifiisic l,e-agus 2. l,lll'L'llHSC' ul El iiizilcn-lip kit 3. Cliristmzis party -l lilcclimi ul Olliccrs ig fXi't. ' A ' ' the l ll1f'll'U'l' Lluh :mil .Nrt lliih J. .xlll'l'llU0ll llzuicc in cmmlliizilimi with , ' J: U .5 lillfzrrvz l Dmihlc Pcriml Shmx' Z. Cmitiiiiizulcv of plwsclilulimis nt mmillily lllCCll1lg 3. 'l'u inalcc this :ui l1onm'zu'y society to which mcmhcrs after attaining certain stanclarcls of exvcllencc in spcech. lfuciil V will hc elected tv .'Xrlx'isc1' OU'f1'4'l'.s' l'i'c-sicleiit ,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,7,.. lirlith Xlvrwlf Yicc l'1'csiclQnt .,,. ,..., l ithcl XYz1c-clitm' Scc1'c:11'y .,,,,.,.. l.,... l iiclizml Llzulc' 'l'l'CZlSll1'C1' .,,.7i,.,i..,,., ..,,.... I Clcznim' lloyajy Bliss lf. S. Rank Publicity Mzuizigci' ,, ...... .l'c1'o11ie Circcubcrg Page Fur!-i l yi SENIOR PLAY On December 10, 1937, the Senior Classes combined their dramatic ability and presented their Senior play entitled "Spring Dance," a comedy in three acts. An appreciative and attentive audience pronounced the play, directed by Miss Ella Rank, a huge success. Evelyn Schaefer and Robert lloyd ably enacted the leading rolesg others in the cast included joseph Kaufmann, Edith lXleisinger, Dorothea .IAZIIIIQSGIL IX'ilheln1 Halvorsen, lilie Moneuse, Fay Silverstein, Ifthel XYaechter, lirederick Schlosser, Doris lleget, jack Ross, and Ruth Harnissen. I I.et's look back to the night of "Spring Dance' And once again our minds enhance NVith the figures and scenes I'll try to portray In poetical form in my own simple way. II Alex Benson, the star of our show Was Evelyn Schafer whom you all knowg She was the heroine of our play-M A role that was coveted by many, they say. Page f"0rfy-One Ill As Sam Thatcher, I here acclaim "Birdie" who sought theatrical fame. According to the script, tall was he With looks and confidence that all could see. IV Joe Kaufmann in his blunt grutt' way Portrayed the Lippincott in the play. And as he strode across the stage. Made Sammy Thatcher boil with rage. V Meet Buck Buchanan-Fred Sehlosser to you Who pursued Sally Prescott all the play through. And who in his satorieal areas, Tried all in vain to Sally impress. VI Dorothy Jameson, quite matter-of-fact Tried to portray her act As Frances Finn to all of you She readily explained usquattez vous." VII My how the girls did rush to bed When staid Miss Ritchie poked in her head! But, she was lluth Harmssen, don't you see? Who was acting her part to the "nth" degree! VIII Edith Meisinger and Fay Silverstein Pepped up the play with many a lineg Edith as Kate, and Fay as Miss Mady Planned many a scheme for the young leading-lady. IX Jack Ross-or Doc Boyd, a friend of Buck Appeared in the parlor in his hired "tuck" And Miss Sally Prescott-Ethel to you Was robed in a gown of silvery blue. Page Forty-Two X Wilhelm Halvorsen as Hat Could not understand the idle chat 9 Of all the girls who entered the room Just when he was about to spoon. XI Professor Beckett-alias Moneuse Certainly was told to quickly "va1noose" For he was the villain who stole the girl And left Sammy Thatcher all in a whirl. XII XVhat would the play be without the Illtllll XVho answered the phone and always obeyed? Doris Heget, who portrayed this part Really llllpl'0SSC1l us with her art. XIII The curtain comes down on my attempt to portray My fellow elassnlates who took part in the play And right below you'll find in a group The Senior B actors as a childhood troupe -Dorothea Jameson X ' Q. I I ini' Q , V S sz Q "" I' KTM 1. DOROTHEX JAMESON 4. ROBERT BOYD 2. XYILHELM H.XI.VORSEN 5. ICTHEI. XV.-XECHTER 3. DORIS HEGET 6, RUTH HARMSSEN 7. FREDERICK SCHILJSSER Page Forty-Tlzrce ,Q fi - , - fs-,: -' , , KF fl - - F l.lSll lIl.lll3 lIJ'fH7SI'Z'kTllt purpose of the linglish Vluli is lo help students to cultivate the appreciation of literature, to enjoy their leisure time lay sharing the pleasures of reading, and to iinitrove their speech and their alrility to express themselves clearly. l,lT'l.V!'tllI.YPfililll' linglish f'luh is divided into several groups. The Sopliinore Group under the direction ot Miss lVlorton is stuldving the short story. The ,lulnior Group is reading the lmetter clziss oi magazines. Nliss Rosso is the leader of this division. The Senior Reading Group is studying the modern drama with Mr. Simon. The Senior Xvriting tiroup is studying the composition of the short story. This division is under the direction of Mr. Sanborne. The Press Start' is studying journalism with Miss l7ePietro. The staff is the newest group of the lfnglish lilnlr. lt is performing a real service for Union Hill lligh School through the column of school news which IIIPIICZWS every week in the "Hudson l7ispatch". lffi'Z'ilics:--'l'lie social activities of the linglish lilnli have included the afternoon dances held in conjunction with the llistory lrthflllll and the Orchestra. Un December 22nd, the cluh presented a play entitled "The Spirit of '7fi" llresident ,t,..,,,.. tice l'l'csident Secretary c,,.,,,, 'VY . . . . easuiei ,,...c,.,,, Faculty Adviser f1ff'fl-in Ruth llarinssen hlartlia llappell lidriene tiuclces ,sNornia tirael ,.K1r. sl. Mohair Page Forty-F0111 PRESS STA Fl" QUIVISIUII ul lxuglisli Lliilmy I'111'fv0.w:-'l'l1c llross Stull, was urgzlnizccl lmy Miss l.illizm llnviflsmi Il stilclmit- tvzlclicr, in thc spring of 1937. lfpmi Miss llziviclsmfs clcpz11'tm'n- ilu' stall' 1'cm'g:11iizcrl mlclcr thc guiclzmcc of Miss llurutliy lJcl'ictro, l'llClllt5' zlclvisvr. lu Scptcnillcr, 1037, the grmip incrcziscrl its mcmllcrsliip zuicl l1Q'CZlIlll' Il mlivisiml of tlic lfnglisli Club. 'llllL' vclitm'-in-cliivf was svlcctccl lmy mczms uf 1111 essay ccmtcstg :uid thc utlicr ulliu-rs wvrc zlppuiiitccl. A-Xt this iimv. Miss Alicc' XYElllC1'S j0lllC'll thc grmip :ls :ui zxssistzmt fxlcully zulviscii .-I4'Ii':'ifiw.v1-The main zixtivity uf this Ul'gZll1lZEllllJl1 is to pulilisli :1 wcclcly Cflllllllll of scliuul zlctivitivs in tllc lluclscm lJlSIJZlfL'll. lt will lw l'1'Ill0IlllK'1'i'll that thc gfllllll ulsu pulmlislicrl ulil'lClll'Ull Dust", ll lmiquc Tlizuilqsgiviiig lslitllllllll liclitimi. l'l:1culty .Xllviser lilclllly .Mlvisx-1' 0fl'1'rv1'.s' Lizitlierim- hlzilirling ii..,,.,i,..,,..,,,. lirlitm'-ill-Cliicl Yzxlc Klcin ,,.A.,,.,,,,,,. ...'XSSlSIZlllt liclitm'-in-C'l1icf .Xllll Klm1:1w Y, .A,..,,...,,.,,.,,,., ,.Si'L'l'CfZll'j' I Miss l7ePictr0 Miss Walters .Xssociutc lfrliturs: Mullic Klzirgiottzi, Lucy Sci'pim-tcm, l'lI'1ll1li llurry, lXlzn'y liisli, .-Xmi lloyzijy, Roslyn lil'L'ClllJCl'g, l'czu'l l.clmfl', Duris L'l1zmclle1', Ruth llzlzls, Nlzuzv Uelzc, l'f1'ikzl'l'lmll, Cileu lill6Cllt'l', Riclizlrcl Slixulimis, Klux Yittmy llurotliy liillllllllll, l'lt'l'lllll1llNl Smilziri, :Xrthur lin-zilcstuxic, Slicilzl licrtml, Yirgiiiia NlcSl1c1'l'y. Page F01'ty-Five l'111'p11s1' : HISTORY FORUM t 111115' the 1i111':11'y with 11111115 101' T111- 11111131156 111 thc llistury lfllflllll is 11 s 11 11111 1bl11'C112lSC 111 110611611 111:1tc1'iz11. 1Jlll'1l1x .1l1'l1f'1i111s: ' if this tc-1'111 11111-11 rlzuiccs wc-1'c 110111 111 c1111j1111c1if111 with thc lfnglish 1111113 111141. 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Barth Rita 130 Nevin ., 1iV01y1l, 1 21-1-tlur .,,..Y1. .i..,..w...,..Y..Y,. iw ecrctary -111x111111 111 1111111211110 ,1.. .,.Y, 1 'uhlicity h1il.11Z1g6'1' R111 .-Xic11Q1111a11 .,1.,,.. .,,.., 1 Faculty :XL1ViSC1' Page 1'10J'l'3'-51,1 MAGAZINE DRIVERS Xxvlf 1111 11111111 111111' 111-111-11111-111 11'1- 1l1'L' 1111 11111' 111111 101111111 11111"11'1' 'l11l1 111111 1111 11111'1:111t' 1 ' , 1 1 11 11 11111 11 111- 11111-11111111- 1111' 11111' s1-1111111 1'1-11-1'1-111'1-Q 11 I9 11111' 111 1111- 'lI1l111'11 , . , 1 N1I1g'1lZ11I1' l71'11'1- 111111 11'1- 111'1- 1111 - - 1 '1-' '11111 1 1 111 1111 1151- 11111' 511111111111-1111411iS. 5 11-111' 11111 111'11'1- 11115 1'L'l'j' s111'1'1-ssful. 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P11111- l7111'l41'-,S'1'r'1'11 111 1Xl1lS111 11111 1'1l11JI' 11g1-1115 511111-1'1'1s111g 1111- 1111111'11111111 1111111's 111. 1111- -1 '111'111 N11-1111' Ilff' I,ANczUAuli CLUB f7j7'iwr.v l,ll'Si110ll1 ,,,, Y, , ,,,,.,,,. lhrmmtlmy .'xxlJff'NJfll11ll Viva l'1'a-sinh-111 . ,, ,Ruth Hans 51-m'1'1'lIll'j ',,, , ,, ,HRIISC Klillvl' 'Vl'L'll9lU'6l' ,, , Y, , , ,Nl1llll'it'C XXX-ill l'ulmIicity Mgr, Sylvia Plutnick I1 unifx' thc- lilllgflllflgi' 1Ii'1bll1'fl1ll'Hl ul l . ll. ll. 5. I f'011i.s . Vlcclimx uf UI'tlcc1's. 1'iSllI1Zl5 l':lrty Xfternumm llzuwv Vzmclllty .'Xclx'isc1' I llfllI't" l'lcCtiu11 uf UIvIh'0l'S Un Xflc'1'11um1 llfmcc uhh- l'vriml Slum' Miss Lf M. Simuntfm Page Iforfy-High! l l "DEH DEUTSCHE VEREIN' 1Divisio11 of l.z111g11agf' Llllllll Pl11'f112.v1v:-'lb aclvaiicc pupils not only i11 tl1ci1' k11071'lf11'y1' of li6'l'l112ll'1 lllll 1ls 1 111 ll 11.10 of the 12611111111 lz111g11agc l:'z'1f11f.1':-NVQ l1el1l "l'z1le111lz11' l',2l1'llC5N i11 llCtfJlK'l'. llc ll5t'tl the l1l'0l1l t 11111 t1 to l111y liCl'lll2lll song lnouks for tlic gf!-lllll2ill'S as 1'ClllCllllJ1'2lllCLS 11 111 1 111 l'.llfllI't? :-l11 the f11t111'c wc sl1u11lcl like to i11c1'ee1sc our liC1'lll2lll lil11'f 1 .1 su want to C1lCUlll'3gC the rcacliug of "'l'l1c FXlllC1'lCZlll-liC1'lllHll xexiux 11111 "Das Deutsche Ii-elm." Page F or! 51-A l'1'1-siclciit .1,,,1., Yicc l'1'esi1lc-11t Sf'CI'C'l2ll'y .. 'l'rez1s111'e1' ,Y...,1 lfz1c11lty Aclviser fine O.U:l'l'l'l'.Y ,..,1,,,..R11tl1 l'lz1z1s ...,...ll'Zlll Sl1z1111l1l1-1' .,,.,l.ics1-luttc lluckvl' ......,,..ZX1'llll1l' li1'11l11-1' Mrs. Wesley Rugler Qhliss 'l'11llyl U. H. H. S. BAND '1'11e U11io11 11111 l1ig11 Se11oo1 11211111 eo111p1etec1 its SCCUIIC1 sez1so11, plzlyiug at 1111 11111 two of the foot11z111 games. .XII z1c1c1itio11z11 t1'o1111,1o11e 211111 12-11211 alto 11o1'11 i111111'ovec1 the vo111111e a11c1 ti111111'e. 'l'11e 111-11111 111z1jo1' 211111 twirler 11121616 1113 the flfty-five 111e11111ers of t11e band. Several of the 11211111 have gCl1Cl'OllS1y offered to instruct new recruits so we hope for an even better s11owi11g next year. Page Fifty 5 GLHE CLUB P1z1'fio.s'c: The liirls' Cilee Cluh which is twelve and ll hall years ulcl, uhfers to girls who are especially fond of singing. a chance to advance more rapidly than in the usual chorus classes. Tl . ieir songs are presentecl to the school in the various assemblies for special occasions. Meetings are helrl regularly on Thursclay after school. Fzzfzzrv: Next term promises to he a busy one. A cluul,ile-pe1'iocl show. the annual spring festivial, ancl another Ciilhert and Sullivan operetta is uncler con- sicleration. Try-ents for nieinbership are held in September, january and June. lfaculty Adviser i Ojuf7rl't'l'l'.Y Erika 'llhull ,i.., ,.,,,..,,.,,,, l 'resident Doris Heget ,..... Vice llresiclent Ruth ilfiecller ,,., .,..,. S ecretary Lucille Conraclt ...., 'l'reasurer Miss E. Reber Page Fiffy-0110 T1 IE ORClll1ZS'l'HA P111'fw.sir': liwiils' FII l ' t minute and luster unclerstanfling of The imurpusc of the orcicstra is rw p music, ancl to nialcc Iinc music availalmle to all the students of Union llill. The urclicstra unilcr the almlc lcaclc-rsliip of Mr. Scarniulin, has just cum- plctefl. another highly successful season. lt playecl at all the iiupcwtant affairs give-11 lu-rc. They sponsurccl an unusual prugraiu in which sc-vc-ral iuemhcrs ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' l - "tl unwarrautccl success. gave solos to illustratt their Villbdlllllly. t nut ui 1 1, fllI't'I lt, is the fervent hope enjoy goml music. lll'C5lflCl1l .,,.. Yicc llrcsirlcnt Secretary .,,.., , 'l'rcasurcr ,, Director ....,....,. Faculty Adviser of thc orchestra that its ineinbcrship hc cnlargccl, tlicrelmy aPforcling all Union Hill High School students the opportunity to Uffir'4'I'.x' ...HM ,,.,,Rutl1 Ciroh ..,..Anna Ringel ,mlaincs Poulos Alimha 5311311411-0 r. l.. Scarmolin Mr. Sanborne Pa-ga Fifty-Two Jlmenican 'Mouth qonum Conteat Among the many opportunities for high school students to express their ideas on America and its problems, is the contest sponsored by the American Magazine. The participants may do one of these four things, write an article. short story, or poem, or express their ideas in graphic art. The awards are as follows: ARTICLE 31,000 for the best article, not to ex- ceed 2500 words, on the subject, "The America I want." S500 for the second best. SHORT STORY 281,000 for the best short story, not to exceed 3,000 words, on the general POEM 31,000 for the best poem, not to exceed 600 lines, on the subject, "My Hope For America." S500 for the second best. GRAPHIC ART 551,000 for the best expression in graphic art on the subject, "My Vision theme, "My place In America," the For America." specific title to be chosen by the author. S500 for the second prize. 55500 for the second best. Additional awards are also granted, namely. 31,500 to the student whose entry in any one of the four classes is adjudged, regardless of medium or expression, the most original and most constructive in the entire competition. This student's total award will be 32,500 Also, a weekys holiday in New York City, as guest of the Forum with all expenses paid, for the winners of the first four places. Each entry must be certified as original by a teacher or principal of the school regularly attended by the entrants. The principal or teacher sponsoring the winner of any award, will be given an honorarium of 515100. These entries will be received at the offices of the American Youth Forum, 250 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y., at any time until 5 P. M., April 25, 1938. The basic reason for this 'contest is not that you shall win 51.000, but that you shall consider seriously the problems which the country faces. Original ideas and view points are more important than the facility of expression. If further information is desired, either consult Mr. Schaediger, or write to the American Youth Forum at the above address. -Ruth Stegenga Page Fifty-Tlzrcc v .IFNIUR A CLASS OF JUNE, 1939 As its first major undertaking. the class placed on sale orange and blue ear- muffs in an effort to make Hudson County ear-muFfaqonscious. lt succeeded in doing so. Not only were these ear-mulls worn by the boys but even more so by the girls. ln order to please many girls, the class also sold blue kerchiefs which had large orange U's stenciled on them. Un December the tenth the class presented the "l're-Lfhristnias Swing Ses- sion". This novel affair featured the music of the ten Musical Santa Clauses and also was highlighted by a chain dance. Door prizes were awarded and lollypops were presented to all those present. The dance was attended by over 150 boys and girls. ln September, 1937 the lr. class elected the following othcers: Eugene Prato .......... Caspar Martina Laura Vonticorvo Michael Romano ...,. Miss Ann Callery .... Class was organized. At its tirst meeting the ..............President .......X!1CC President ...........Secretary ....,........Treasurer ...,.Faculty Adviser Page Fifty-Four JUNIOR B CLASS UI" JANUARY 1939 One of the most successful afternoon dances of the year was presented by the -lunior ll Class. A ten-piece orcliestra supplied the music, ana ipplcs on a-stick were solml. This was the only activity of the class but next year promises L 1 y busy and successful one for the entire class. .lolui Rover ....,,,,, Mild1'ecl Tulfarelle Margaret Noonan Dorothy XYllllZllllS Mr. Simon .,,..., Page Fz'ffy-lfitu' U-UCl't't'I'S r........,.Presirlent ,..,,..X'ice l'rn-siclent ....,..,,,.Sec1'etary reasurer Faculty Adviser SENIOR A CLASS UF JUNE, 1938 1'1'UI11 thc c-w11n111n'z11 front cmnvs nc-ws nt two projects of the Senior Ns nzunuly. thc szllc of huts and thcir ElfiCl'llOfJll clzulccg hnth weft- clvhnitclv suc cn-ssfnl. .Xnnthcr i1z1sh hrings ns news of the Tlizuiksgiving 11177111 at which tha Scnim' ,Ys hzul C112ll'gC' of C1Cl'U1'Z111U11S. 'l'hcn too, they shzn'cc1 thc honors with the grzuluzitinn :lass in the pmcliictimi of thc senior play "Spring Danccu. This is yoin Im-:tl ni-ws fgmnniciitzttm' signing nft until ncxt tcrni whcn our class will have top hilhng. Ric11:1r11 S11zu1iuns .Nmlclc 1.1ptz11c ,,Y,,, , Iivrnicc Massaglizi .Xnn lluyajy 1,,.....,w. joseph '.11l'l1l1C111t0 U 1'4'1',x' lfzxcnltv A-Xmlviscr , 'Nu 4 ii1 ii-If , gk ,--: . ' 1 ' Mrs. lfabricunt 1'1'esinlv11t ,Yicc 1'rQsif1c-nt ......,,,.'111'CElSl11'CI' ,..,.......,..SQC1'CiEll'y 1'nh1icity Agent Page lfiflbx'-51.1 l STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is eoniposecl of Zl group of stuflents who have heen eleeterl presiilent of 11 class or eluh uncl represents his respective elzlss or eluh in the Student lioulneil. They are to fzlssist in the social life of the school, keep :ill zleliivilies unnler proper control :incl inererlsc the school spirit wherever possible. This term the Student Coulneil zlequzlinted the stuclent holly with the clifferent instruments in the school orchestra, and had the orchestra play gmt ull ZlSSClllllllL'S. The afternoon ilunees of the classes were merged this term to give the students who :lid not know how to :lance :1 chance to learn. This term again the Stuclent Council hzul charge ol the Tlmnksgiving AS- senilnly. There is only one thing' in mind for the future and that is to have the orchestra play :lt all the afternoon dances. Ofirwxr George jenne ..,......., ....,r l ,l'CSlilClll4l4lIlSS of January '38, Riehurml Shzulions ,.,,.... .,,r.. X 7ice l'resirlent4L'lnss of june '38, Q . john Rover ......,.,,.. ..,r., S eeretzlrywflzlss of january '39 l'1lCllllj' iXflYlSl'l' Eugene Pruto ..,,r.,. .,,... ' l'rezisurer-Allass of hlufne '39 , Ruth l-larmssen ,,.... ....., E nglish Club p -:Q .1-'. Ruth Stegenga ..,.... ...,t. l listory lforuni Ruth Groh .,...........,,,.. ...,.. K jI'Clll'Sl1l'2l , Dorothy .Xpfelhzuun ..... ...,.. l .unguuge lfluh .E:.. lfrikn Tholl ..,,,..,..,,,,, .,.... C ilee Cluh if V In fgiii' Cirzlee llrexler ,... ..,.... X rt fluh ,..'., :Pa Iidith XVolf r,,,r,,,,,,, ....,r I Jraniatie Club ' ,.,' " ' V' ' ""'i Robert lloyd ,,,,..,,,,, ..,.... ' Xthletit iXSSflCl1lll0ll , V lflorenee Melniek ....,. Orange and lilue K Mr. H. S. Stnhler Pagf I:l.ffj"SC'Z'C'll Cnanqe and! Uzlflue Ulocmdl EDNA GRACE le: o f . gg . A' at . ,k"' A DOROTHEA - R UT H .TAMESON STEGENGA LITERARY 'f l' avrrons MARY GERTLER 5'REDoE:SRgE-:S BLAIR EDITORS CHL PnoTosaAP:-:ER A LT A.:-1 scHAEmeER PFR OHMER DREXLER wn.LmM JOSEPH Z 1v-2,,E Z A mmnsnasn an KAUFMA NN 'A , E, - BUSINESS A X s TA FF - HENRY Rossm' nee: HA snea. wa mvs BOYD KEN.. GOLDSTEIN Pagf? Fiffy-Eiglzi OTlCLY'Lq,E, CLYICQ d5.Ql,LE, OSUQTLCQ CIRCULATION STAFF ' memos ,, Lew as so-ra JY Bn. oocrf 45' we 7 7 i AUM csxgewasns FDU-M R APFELB THELMA DOROTHY BlFsolv BQDE Gmgygxgfvxlg TYP i S TS l if if DOROTHY 'h 1, RITA O'BR!EN A -V A-fV:A q DE NOUX . JENNE if Y SHIRLEY EMMA PHILOMINA CATHERINE GELLMAN DE BENEDICTIS MORANO EHSER Pugf' Ffffy-Nfmf Diahantatlon on 'lRoaAt 'Tunlmq QW ith apologies to Charles Lambl Dear Student : Perhaps it may fall to your happy or unhappy lot turkey the carve to one the be to be, may case the as for the Christmas dinner. You approach the day with slight so ever Oh, slight, a and confidence supreme feeling of superiority. The joyous day dawns at last. Finally, triumph. coming the for spirits high in are You all are assembled around the festive board. Uncle Charlie, from neighbors the and Lulubelle-Jane cousin May, Aunt down stairs. You struggle manfully, thru many preliminary Ah! elation. of feeling your conceal to trying courses at last here comes Father bearing the bird on a huge appropri- such other and water-cress with garnished platter ate frills. Dad places the turkey in front of you and get You. carve? you will son Ah" cough slight a with says up, clear your throat, brandish your cutlery Cthat was thrust You begin and Qturkeyj with along you to passed your knife into one part of the fowl but you strike a your wrenching almost jab the of force The part. bony arm off in so doing. You smile sweetly and start over. thru clear going time this bird, the into dive you Again the bird's esophagus and to your consternation you cannot efforts fruitless three or two After knife! the remove you finally succeed but, only after almost poking Aunt this lly elbow. revolving your with out eye glass May's time you have lost some of your elation, your smile is pit the in feeling sinking funny a have you and sickly of your stomach. This time with great determination manage you bird defenseless the at stare glassy a and to claw a piece off the wing and hand it to patient says, benevolently and up pipes who, Charlie Uncle "Do you mind giving me a leg instead m'lad"! SENIOR TEACHERS' MENU I. Miss Barth :-Constitution Parfait with Grilled Problems. II. Miss Conklin :-Burke's speech on toast with Poetls dressing. III. Mr. Hainfeld:-Creamed shift keys with green sho-cards. IV. Mr. Price :-Boiled definitions with fried conditions. V. Mr. Schaediger 1--Sizzling electricity and broiled experiments. -Florence Melnick Page Simtvx jf 1Pg1.Q?v1K If S N ,fr Nl r X f w I S f S Nx Xx. If 1 H 3 V P 4 4 R Q K f NK I 'X T f' Ng 5 1,4 er NIV. L. X Dedication NVE, THE CLASS OF JANUARY 1938 IJEIDICATE THE SPORTS SECTION OF OUR BOOK TO THE dfloancf of ECI ucation AND EXTENIJ TO THEM OUR SINCEREST GRATITI'IDE FOR THEIR EFFORTS MADE IN OI'R BEIIALF TO MARE THIS SCHOOL AND YEAR BOOK THE REST EVER. Page Sixty-Tfwn Ufloandf of Sc! ucatlon I MR. PATRICK MUSTQ Lv 'MR. CLARENCE RIEMAN BAR. CHARLES A. BROWN MR. EDWARD GROTH MR. ABRAM SAFYER Pagr S1'.1'f.v-7'l11'vc Kneeling l. to R--Mziina, Cincotta, Lanf, Vogt, llyrncs, NValling, llelsky. Znrl Row-Rancli, Laliinrzi, Zzxclroff, Rizzo, Cerntti, Klunip, Hirsch, Coach lfinn. 3rcl Row-Sclniclc, Kravitz, llancr, Coniglio, Nllarnelcc, f1Zll'1lCl1t6!', Delfiliesc, Servillio, Halverson. 4th lq0XX'7lJCM1lflllllS, Kurtz, Xliittnier, Evans, Vane, Andrioln, Seifert, Flesclie. FOOTBALI. TEAM Union Hill ,,.... .,... 0 - St. Petr-rs ,,,. ....... O Union Hill ..,.,. ..,,. O - Passaic ..... ....... l 8 Union Hill ....,,, ,,...... 0 - lfcrris .,,,,,, ,,,. f J Union llill ,.i... .,...,.. l 2 - Meinorizll .,.. .... O Union Hill ,,..i. ,i.., 6 - l.in-Qoln ..... .... O Union llill ,,.,,. .,,., 6 - Dickinson .... ....... 0 Union Hill ...... .,... 7 - Ciarlielrl ..... .....,. l 4 Union llill ,,.,.....,,.,,...... O - Emerson .,...,.......,........ 7 The liigliliglit of this sczison was tlic first victory of Union Hill over Dick- inson in twenty years. Coach 1 K M r. ll. Finn Pagr Si.1'f,v-F0111 Top Row-L to R-Brady, Spina, Pascli, Hocscliele. Mgr.. Hall, D11 irolnno Front Row-Wagcnscil, Kravitz, Carpenter, Michaels, Capt. McGee, Feinstein Mccklmadi Union Union Union Union Union Unio11 Union Union Union Union P11510 Si.l'f-X'-1'ii'Z'l' Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill BASKETBALL TEAM ........-LO - Stevens Tech. lireslnnen ,,......24 - john Marshall lfrcslnncn ,.,,....29 - Curtis H. S. - Ferris H. S. ,,,,,,,,23 - liayonnc H. S. ., U,.....,24 - XYooclrow Xlilsoil H. S. - Snyder H. S. - i56lllZl1'CSt H. S. ,,,,.,,,26 - Dickinson H. S. - Asbury l'zu'k H. S. Coach Mr. G. lialtings GYM TEAM The Gym Team has turned out this year with very promising aspeets. This is only the fourth year that the team has been organized. Under the capable guidance of Coach M. Gleyre, the team won all of its meets except one, last year. ln the terms' meets last year Union boys did as follows: L'nion Union l'nion Union Union Union Union Hill Hlill Hill llill Hill llill Hill This year the onftlook for Mr. Gleyre's team is very cheerful. Up to the, present, meets have been scheduled with, H. Snyder .... ....... Dickinson ........, ,,..... Lineoln ..,.,,,,,,..i,....,, ...,,,, Princeton Ifrosh .....,.,...... lo 29 17 Emerson .,...................,...,.. l5 Panzer College lfrosh State Championships ....,,,. 62 Princeton ,,,......... Feb. 19-Navy ............ Feb. 2644-.Xriny ............ March 3 Arrangements are being made for meets with, Emerson ....,.,. Feb. 17-Lincoln ........ Mar. 9-Henry Snyder .i,,.,,, Mar. 16-Dickinson ,.,..,., Mar. 23 On Mareh 12 the team will hold the N. J. State Championships in Union City. This will be the tirst time it will be held in Union City. They also expect to meet Panzer College again and to compete in the A. .-X. U, meet this year The Team members expected to uphold the glory of U. H. H. S. are: R. Kafferzeder, I. Provitera. C. Cirineion, H. Hothe, H. Eby, XV. Troisie, A. Dnjnie, Knudsen, H. Rohinsonb N. Xlezlini, J. Horn, R. Goldstein, P. Melniek and G. Seifert. Page Sixty-Si.r Herhert iiulhnei .lnstns lleeker ...,A,, , Regina Chiniiel Iileanur Iioyajy Miss Najarian . The Skating ifluh has harl a SKATING TEAM O!fiI.t't'l'S l 'resident ...lice Vresimlent .,,.,,,.,,...Secretary l reasnrer lfaenlty .Mlviser very aetne year. lhe niemhers went skating unee every week at either the Paramus rink or at Uvlnmhia Park. The Club gave a skating party at Culnnihia Park whieh was attenrlecl hy a large ninnher of inemhers. The party was a linaneial success ancl was tremenclnnsly sneeessfnl socially. ,Xll stnrlents whu were memhers for a year or more reeeivecl jaekets as a rewarcl for their interest in the k'lnh's activities. - ..,7.?7, 7, W.- TENNIS T ICA M This season it was left tn the unheralrlecl tennis team tn keep L'niun llill at the tml, uf the 'sporting heap hy compiling a reenrd of ten wins ancl nn losses, thus winning the Hnclsnn County interscholastic Tennis Lilianipionship. Some of the powerful teams tn gn clown in clefeat were Memorial, Emerson, Linenln, Iiaynnne. The team was euaeherl hy Mr. lohn ll. Halter ancl manaffecl hv Lew Mueller. The nienihers of the team were as fnllnwst v Z5 .1 Captain and No. 1 1llZlll?.IOC No. 4 man-lfrerl Urnnwerg. Th Kaufmannl. No. 2 manY.Xl NYalker, No. 3 man-Ken Umley. e team was further hunnrecl hy receiving the fnlluwing eunnty individilal rankings. Captain Kaufmann Nu. 2, .Xl llvalker Nu. 3 ancl lien Omley Xu. 6. Ptlifjt' Si.l'fj'-SU'Z'f'II' CII-IEERIRAIJICRS CfXTl'llCRINIC IKICRLIX Jcislilfii ccJNlczLlo lQL"rH L'nYS'1ix1. l'l.XRUI,lD Hiilezocs Gl.ORI.X IQIQIEICIQ lrxlzm' lecnzlxsox imlecwllx' xx'l1.Mo'r'r lclnxxixlm 5cl1UI21,EI: 1u'ff0.w:-Tllc purpose of this group of smartly clrcsscrl pupils is to lead the rspcctzltms at thc utlilr-ti: fczns in chccring our tc-:uns onward to victory. lrfit'iz'iv.v:4,-Xt all thc fnntlmzill ffznncs this lcrin wc hzivc funnel our Cl16C1'lQZltlC1'S N urging the ruutcrs to chccr our 11lz1yc1's. 1zz'1z1'v :-In thc futnrc this ClllllllSl2lb7llC grmip hulmc to mln as wcll in leading the chccr and inlrmlncc still hcttcr fmiiizitiuiis. Page Sixty-Eiglzt ncnntitlcata to Clanactican Paul Van XVeber, a refugee from Germany. had been here in the United States six long, monotonous months. The little money he possessed had given out three days ago. Now. sitting on his bed, pale and gaunt from lack of food, he was thinking disconsolately, "Here I am. Paul Van XVeber. one of Ciermany's biggest psychiatrists, sitting here in a dingy, one room Hat with nothing to eat, no one to care whether I live or die. Oh, why don't they send me the certiiicate ?", he cried in anguish. Throwing himself down on his bed, he sobbed bitterly. He lay there for a while until his nerves had stopped quivering. Suddenly a thought struck him. "NVell, why- not do it. What have l, to live for? The certili-cate will never come permitting me to practice here." He jumped off the bed and ran to his tiny dresser, where. buried under his meager belongings, was a Luger pistol which had carried him safely through Germany. Snatching up the pistol, and before thought or conscience could interfere, he put the gun to his temple and tired. He fell heavily to the Hoor, his life's blood oozing out. The next morning, Mrs. Dowling, the landlady of the house, came running, fast as her bulk would permit, up the rickety stairs. Stopping at Van 'XVeber's door, she knocked and cried, "Mr. Weber, Mr. Weber, here's the mail you've been expecting. Here's your certificate to practice!" Advice to .Stucllz-:nth tThis Found Very Effectiveb l--If you come late-just tell the Home Room teacher you helped an old lady across the street. 2-If you haven't done your homework-just tell your teacher your little brother tore it up by mistake. 3--If you have a book at home just say you left it in the bus by mistake and that you are going for it this P. M. 4-If you stay home a day-just say you had to attend your great grandmother's funeral. 5-If you cut a study period--just say you were looking for your room for 45 minutes. 6-If you forget to bring your money for class dues-just say you gave it to a beggar on the way to school. 7-If your teacher asks you where you got your excuses-Don't Quote Me! -Florence Melnick Page Sixty-Nine dahilloaophlg at a Satatlg CPM Entirely too much responsibility rests on the prongs of an innocent defenseless safety pin. Everyone from the little kid with the three cornered pants up to your great-grandfather depends Ofl it to some extent. The President himself ought to take some action, after all it is a national issue involving the morals and decency of the country. NVhat would America be without the safety pin? just think! A nation without a safety pin! XVhy, its just as bad as a man without a country, even a shade worse. There are many and varied uses of the little hitching stitch-saver. These range from the pants, skirt, and underwear holder-upper to the lethargy destroyer. The latter is usually accompanied by an involuntary shout on the part of the one whose tender epidermis has been pierced. Yes, the safety pin is a necessity to which fact most wasp-waisted women will be only too glad to agree. Don't permit anyone to degrade the pin as a lowly labor saving device in place of the good old thread and needle. It is a handy little gadget, saves time, and certainly has its points. -Frank Barry Jlclluentlalnq Sfloqana 1. Try Carpenters nails, tacks, screws, a11d tools. 2. Read Jenne's "Ode, lntimations on Parliamentary Speaking from Recollec- tions of high school days." 3. Travellers! Go by way of Kiel's famous canal. 4. How to become a Salesman in 10 easy lessons by Thelma Bifson. 5. Read "Football, The filoritied American Sport" by joe Cincotta and Hal Belsky. 6. Blondes! Try Dalton's Sta-Blonde Shampoo! 7. Patronize "The Selective Escort Service Bureau"-L. Schwartz and D. O!Brien-Proprietors. 8. The Perfect Gift! A "Shaefer" Fountain Pen. 9. "De Noia's Beauty Salon. Manicures our specialty. 10. Mothers! Send your children to Miss Zoll's Academy of Song and Dance. 11. Special offer for Melnick's New Standard Dictionary. 12. "Blocks" The Safe Toy for all children. 13. This is Gellman's School for Proper Diction. 14. Try Pastre's famous pastries! 15. Go to-"XVood'!ward's Lumber Yards. 16. Read-"Boston's famous Newsgaysf' 17. Lindner and Thomsen Haberdashers-Plaid shirts our specialty. 18. For your "Must Read List"-Modern Poetry by Evelyn Gertler. 19. Read "How to XVear a Bow Tie" by Herbert Follmer. 20. See law and order triumph! Elect "justice" Becker for Attorney General. -Mary Blair Page Seventy I I' 1 f T X If E 5 gi Q m 2. E X E ,fi XX A 5 ff' ,X mum 1, UQ X ORANG E AND Individual Instruction ACCOUNTING SHORTHAND DICTAPHONE TYPING FILING orth Bergen Commlssloners RASSNER S SPORT SHOP UNIPOHMS OI AI I KIND MADE TO ORDER Shoe Skates and ill other Aillletlg lootwcdr Ldrrlcd 111 Stogk 771 NENV YORK AVP for 39th Strut LINION CITY IN J ORANGE AND BI UI 45TH YEAR E A G A N S C H O O L Secretarial, Shorthand, Stenotype, Banking, Accounting and Business Machine Courses f DAY and EVENING 5- STATE-CAPITOL BUILDING, Bcrgenline Ave. at 48th St., UNIONI CIFX Phone, Union 7-0615 The EAGAN SCHOOL enjoys a large High School Patronag Mid-Winter Term begins Tuesday, February 1, Day and Evening Call, 'phone or write for Catalogue. COM PLIMENTS OF Commissioners of City of Union City MAYOR LEWIS B. EASTMEAD Director of Revenue and Finance HARRY J. THOUROT Director of Public Affairs HARRY E. LITTLE Director of Public Safety FRED'K BERKE Director of Parks and Public Property HENRY SPECKER Director of Public Works C. W. REICHWAL D, HEATING CDNTRACTORS Inc Page Sewezzfy-Tl11'ce ORANGE AND BL UE Tel. Journal Square 2-7156 and Accounting 5 Finance Day and Night Classes Superior Secretarial Courses 910 Bergen Avenue, Near Journal Square ADVANCED STENOCRAPHIC COURSES FOR H. S. GRADUATES Full Emp. Service Ollice Machines Open All Year. Complete Lubrication Veritied Esso Lubrication Mehr's Service Station 81 Garage 1l'l"I'U l". llllilllt, Prop. Compliments of Auto Accessories Battery Service THE GERMAN CLUB TIM and Fubvs Union Hill High Sshool 43rcl St. and Hudson Ave. Union City, N. COl'l1lJllIllCIliS of MR. and MRS. HUFNAGEL Any Hat in This Store 51:00 - None Higher S2100 and 83:00 Values. MRS. BOSTON'S MILLINERY SHOP 867 Rei-genline Ave. North Hergen, N. I Ret. 26tl1 and 27th Hts. VVe, the W. T. GRANT CO. of Union City, take this opportunity to thank the students of Union Hill for their pat- ronage during the school lernl of 1937. 729 Bergenline .Xvenue Palisziile 6-9436 DANIEL P. HMIRAK GENERAL CONTRACTOR 807 35th Street North Bergen, N. J. l44i11ltlll111k'lliS ot' Pierce Girl's Basketball Team CRIME PREVENTION LEAGUE G I. A S S E S BY STARK 621 RERGENLINE .-NVE. Union City, N. J. BERKELEY-LLEWELLYN SOIIOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Affiliate: Berkeley School .East Orange, N. J. One-year intensive secretarial equi-ge preparing high-school grad- uate! and college women exclu- ' l I business. IIVO Ol' Individualized instruction under dis- tin uished university faculty. Charm- ingiy appointed terrace-garden stu- dios. Restricted enrollment. Place- ment service. For bulletin. address the Director. GRAYBAR BUILDING. 420 Lexing- ton lve.. New York. N. Y. MOhawk 4-1673 HAVE US SHOXV YOU AN EXTENSIVE DISPLAY OF Hamilton, Gruen, Longines Elgin, Waltham and Bulova Watches priced to compensate your buying for cash ffl! md, BERGENLINE Ave. at l6"S'l'4 West New Yom, N. J. Page Sezfenty-Four ORANGE AND BLUE Yvrvvvrvvvvvvv P P P P g ONE vrvvvvvrwvvvvvrvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvv- 1 4 4 GIFT Tl-lAT'S ' I NEVER DUPLICATED 4 WITH all of the money stored in the mint, there is one gift no one could I I possibly buyhyour photograph. It is a priceless possession that makes only V a modest demand on your bank bal- I ance. This year, bestow a gift that will ' be treasured for many years to come. 4 , I 1 Stud' Q Pastime Theatre Building P 140 48th STREET UNION CITY, N. J. Page Seventy-Five ORANGE AND BLUE Phone, Union 7-2683 F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. Compliments of CONSUMERS DAIRY CO. 721 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. " Tel. UNion 7-3780 Iirre Dclit'ery Tel., Union 7-3256 J. NADLER GHOFFRY WOODCLIFF BAKERY Ilighm, Qualify Lawn, Prime Birthday and Wedding Cakes Our Specialty 969 Bergenline Ave. North Bergen, N. J. Q28 B,-Uadway North Bergen. N- J- Tel. P.-Xlisade 6-4636 J. PONTICORVO Fancy Fruits and Vegetables 939 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. Hudson Sanitary Barber Shop Angelo De Carlo 421 38th Street Union City, N. I. VICTOR LAUNDRY SERVICE, Inc. XYest New York, N. J. Tel., Union 7-6900 KATHRYN'S BEAUTY SALON Hair Stylist 731 Monroe Street North Bergen, N, J. DICKER,S THRIFT KIDDIE SHOP 791 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. Tel., Union 7-1309 UNION CITY TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE All Makes - New, Used TYPEWRITERS Check Protectors - Adding Machines Sold, Rented, Repaired and Exchanged l,f'Pf'7LdI1I21E Serz'ice 332 IVORTY-EIGHTH STREET COpp. State-Capitol Theatrej Union City H and H MARKET Highest quality in Fruits and Vegetables -at the Lowest Cost 35th St. and B'1ine Ave. Union City, N. J. ROAD TO SUCCESS Finish high school first-then special- ize. Rider College offers this advice to young men and women who aim to enter the business world. It is based on 72 years of experience in training business executives. It will pay you to follow it. Lifl'1't1f1H'!' on Request RIDER COLLEGE of Business Administration Founded 1865 Trenton, N. J. Page SL"ZJl27lfj"Si.1' I COLLEGE of ARTS and SCIENCES ORANCI ZIND Rl UI 6il'ntm'a ,mnmiuetat Q BOROUGH HALL DIVISION Day and Evening courses leading to B.S. Preparation for I teaching academic courses in High School, and prep- aration for Law, Optometry, Podiatry, Veterinary, etc. Spring Term begins February 1. SCHOOL of LAW Three-year day or four-year evening course leading to degree LI..B. Post graduate course leading to degree J.S.D. or I.I..M. ' Students admitted February, June and September. SCHOOL of COMMERCE 4 Day or Evening courses leading to degree B.B.A. or B.S. in Economics, for High School teaching and in preparation for Law School and Certified Public Accountant examinations. Spring Term begins February 3. COLLEGE of PHARMACY Day course leading to degree B.S. in preparation for Phar- macy, Medicine, Drug, Chemical and Biological fields. September 19, 1938. i-11:4 Registrar-96 Schmerhorn Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. X Telephone TRiangle 5-0150 3 i PACE INSTITUTE Cultural-Occupational Courses The diploma programs of day school and evening school study fall accredited by the New York State Education Departmentj, include the following: ACCOUNTANCY AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTANCY PRACTICE tC.P.AJ CREDIT SCIENCE ADVERTISING AND MARKETING SELLING AND MARKETING SECRETARIAL PRACTICE ADVANCED SHORTHAND SHORTHAND REPORTING tC.S.R.l A Junior or Senior high school student may make tentative reservation of class place to be available after high school graduation Cnc obligationl and be placed on mailing list of THE PACE STUDENT-official magazine of Pace Institute. A copy of the General Bulletin and occupational booklets will be sent upon request. PACE INSTITUTE 225 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, N. Y. VAL BLOCH'S FALL SHOWING OF Young Men's and Students' SUITS AND TOP COATS WHAT .... VALUE 18.50 81 320.50 .Xll New Models and Shades VAL BLOCH 818 Bergenline Avenue Corner 41st Street UNION CITY, N. .I. Page .S'e'z'e1zfy-5'ei'ci1, ORANGE AND BLUE Hao TU TOWNE" TOWNE MEN'S SHOP FAMOUS FOR SHIRTS 744 BERGENLINE AVENUE Near 37th Street Union City. N. J. Compliments of DR. J. S. WELEDNIGER "We Do The Family Wash" AMERICAN CHINESE LAUNDRY 909 Broadway North Bergen, N. J. Tel., Union 7-0136 North Hudson Window Shade Mfg. Window Shades and Venetian Blinds Made To Order 607 Fisher Ave. North Bergen, N. J. FAMOUS RESTAURANT Newly Renovated - Home Cooked Meals 38th STREET and NEW YORK AVE. Union City, N. J. Compliments of FISHER BEER Bergenline Avenue Phone, U Nion 7-6477 Phone, Union 7-9484 YORE FLOWER SHOP, INC. HEN'S BAKERY C0 Battafarano Bros. 678 Jefferson St' Wiest New York' N' J' 855 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. Telephone, Union 7-3847 E EGEIAN 1 OTTO VETTER PORK STORE Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fine Provisions - Choice Meat and Poultry All kinds of Bolognas a specialty, fresh daily 931 BERGENLINE AVENUE Near 46th Street Union City, N. J. Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing oiAMoNDs - wATcHEs - JEWELRY - cLocKs 422 BERGENLINE AVENUE Near 6th Street NVest New York, N. J. Phone, Uniun 7-9494 MARGOLIS STATIONERY CO. Stationer and Office Outfitter Printing - Engraving - Loose Leaf Systems MAX HEIMSATH Groceries and Delicatessen , 136 40th St t U' C' , N. . 704 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. ree imon ity J , COKE COAL FUEL IL Comfort Mattress and Bedding Co. O HENRY KEIL 81 SONS 0 EPGEN ' . m' 7 71 B X UNE WDW E 690 Hudson Ave. Union City, N. J. L' ' Cty, N. J. mon H KEROSENE Tel. UNinn 7-8407 Compliments of Cash Paid For Your ond Gold Est. was CECE BAKERY Snecializing in BREAD AND ROLLS 43 Leonard Street Jersey City, N. J. B. S. ANDREWS Scientific XVatch Repairing - Jewelry 147 48th Street Union City, J. Page Sezfenty-Eight ORANGE AND BLU! 4 4 4 Compflmenta at Stcmdlandl Ring Gtticlafl gewaflana ton qflnion J'llQQ High .SCHOOQ 44-4-4-,AAA A 15 john .Stnset Wlew Monk City, 4 4 4 4 4 --- AAA---,-,--------A4-A-A Page bweazfy-1Vi11e ORANGE AND BLUE Tel., Union 7-6678 J. JENSEN BAKERY 131 42nd Street Union City, N. I. Compliments of CHARLES BERNAS RATAI'S BAKERY Cakes, Pies and Pastries direct from oven to yon. Come in and select from our variety of baked goods that will satisfy every member of your family. 134 418th Street Union City, N. J. Come And Get Your Hamburgers WHITE PALACE Take Them Home By The Bagful Three Decker Sandwiches of All Kinds 407 38th Street Union City, N. ll. Compliments of A. W. Palisade 6-0047 ROSE CLEANERS 1017 Bergenline Ave. North Bergen, N. I. Tel., PAlisade 6-6835 "StyIisl1 Clothrfs For Thrifiy Men" 517.75 . 514.75 519.75 SUITS TOPCOATS OVERCOATS RODNEY CLOTHES 854 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. Phone, Union 7-5455 HARRY HERMAN, INC. CORRECT WEARING APPAREL for Misses and Ladies Stylish Stouis 840 BergenlineAve. Union City, N. I. Corner 42nd Street Tel.,Palisade 6-1674 CARTER'S STYLE SHOPS Clothes for the family on Easy Terms 849 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. Phone, Palisade 6-1561 DRAESEUS PHARMACY WM. A. DRAESEL, Ph.G. 5439 Hudson Blvd. North Bergen. N. J. Tel., Palisade 6-3404 A. S. LARSEN CARPENTER AND BUILDER Store Fronts and Fixtures a Specialty Metal Weather Strip, Screens, Glass and Screen Enclosures 1137 2nd Ave. North Bergen, J. Compliments of WEINREB,S DRUG STORE Phone, Union 7-4495 953 BERCENLINE AVENUE Opp. Capitol Theatre Union City, N. J. SAFETY-Prescriptions Double Checked Compliments of COOK'S GRATED CHEESE J. Colonna Compliments of CLEAN LINEN SUPPLY CO. 92-94 OAKLAND AVENUE .Iersey City, N. J. Tel., UNion 7-0791 HOLLYWOOD Cleaners and Dyers 5028 HUDSON BOULEVARD Near 17th St. VVest New York, N. J. Tel., Palisade 6-10214 PHILIP SIEGEL Books, Gifts, Stationery, Toys Greeting Cards 936 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. Page Eighty OIT.-INCH . IND BLUE Teleplmm-, Union 7-2021 MON 33.11-HIRE CQ 246-248 SUMMIT AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J. Phone Xxvebster 4-4818 Ifst. 1910 WM- A- CLEAVER CHRISTIAN W. MATTHEWS PfIAHAlACIS'l' OPTOMETRIST ' ':.X': fur, liroarlway and 31st Street 280 Lemrll pmt' llpplvux LIU' J Wfmwoclcliff, N. J. HOURS: WEDNESDAY 9 A. M. to 12 N- I P. M. to 9 P.M. 12 M- MQE M ILT MEN'S SHOPS S15 Hcrgcnline Ave. Union City, N. CUINPIIIIICIIIS of A FRIEND TOBLER'S SPORT SHOP 507 Tllirty-sccmlcl Street UNION CITY, N. J. Iltlfjl' lfiylllfv-Ulla' ORANGE AND BL UE Telephone, Union 7-8912 RIVOLI DRY GOODS COMPANY INTERIOR DECORATIONS 585 Bergenline Ave. VV. New York, N. J. CIRELLFS SHOE REBUILDING Rebuilders of All Expensive Makes of Shoes 968 Broadway Union City, N. j. Phone, U Nion 7-2151 NICK'S BEAUTY SALON Snecialists in All Methods of PERMANENT YVAVING Hcauiy Culture in All It.: Brmzrlirs Phone, PAIisade 6-0304, 0305 Call and Delizfwfy Serziive Martinu Cleaning and Dyeing Corp. EXCLUSIVE DRY CLEANERS 0lf'l4'ICl'l AN ll PLANT 753 'ie'ge'1'i"i,gf,1'20,,, ,,,,,llf,iH York' J' 701-707 New York Ave. Union City, J. Phone. Palisade 6-9124 H. A N W R S HUNDERTMARK GROCERY SL DELICATESSEN 1718 Midway Place North Bergen, N. Telephone, U N ion 7-3869 Campanella Food Market Inc. Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables Delicatessen - Liquors 884 Bergenline Ave. North Bergen, N. J. Telephones, Union 7-8360-R, Vtfelister 4-5022 GOTTBERG DAIRY Grade A and Certified Milk our Specialty 200 44th Street Union City, N. j. Paul M. Phillips, Mgr. PAIiSade 6-5970 New York's Largest Clothing Chain CRAWFORD CUSTOM QUALITY CLOTHES ALI. ONE PRICE 519.85 720 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. I. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS HYGRADE VACUUM Electrical Contractor S91 PAYS for complete vacuum cleaner repairs, all makes. Phone UNion 7-5487. 770 New York Ave. Union City, N. J. JAGEL'S Home Made Ice Cream and Fruit Ices 772 liergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. Palisade 6-6277 MURRAY'S SILK STORE Materials of all Descriptions 730 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J. Compliments of CHARLES MEILLER A. R. PARENTINI PHARMACIST 860 Palisade Ave. Union City, N. J. union 7-6437 OFFICE MACHINES SUPPLIES Union Hill Typewriter Exchange Branch of: Dobke Typewriter Exchange 720 New York Ave. Union City, N. bl. Cor. 36th Street STANDARD MAKES - NEW AND REBUILT PORTABLES SOLD - EXCHANGED - REPAIRED - RENTED Phone, Union 7- 6605 HARRY'S MEN'S SHOP RELIABLE MERCHANDISE Men's Wear Shoes Work Clothes XV. Shore Terminal Entrance to 42nd St. Ferry WEEHAVVKEN, N. I. Page Eiglzty-Two O RA NG E A-IND B I. 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