Warrensburg High School - Hackensack Yearbook (Warrensburg, NY)

 - Class of 1930

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THE CYCLONE Wzm-AJXVTLN-J,f3lU WUGMML YZW'!ZlHMisc,Ulll?f,,-.ch Wim WVFIUIUJ , , , BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Wilford Smith, Francis Montena, Beecher Hewitt. Second Row: Gilbert Potter, Clifton Goodrich, Einest Filkins, Aubrey Hull, BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM The Boys' Basketball Team was not very successful this year, winning but one game throughout the season. The reason for the decline of' our record is, for the most part, the lack of interest shown by the boys in the High School. It is greatly hoped that enthusiasm will return for next year's teams. The team will lose three members this year but this should not hinder their chance for success next year. The team also wishes to thank the public for the good attendance on their part at the games, which made the financial end an easier matter than in former years. EF +3 Cl C E I 's F ' C W 55 F 2 52 13 23 ' WAT 11b5E.iiQQ'?i?Qi.AuLi1UFfv?Y3TT'T' L2 slit? fiijflmfilliifllii

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THE CYCLONE ' 7 .1 it ' ' ' ' S21 tit , gg' CLASS WILL qcominuedp g - 'C XXVIII. To Irene Pratt, June Reynolds Stevens executor of this, our last will and V does bequeath her musical gift. "Music hath testament. charms to sooth the savage beast." Signed and duly witnessed before me by 5 XXIX. To Beulah Darling, Ruth Mitchell the Class of '30. V does bequeath the right to entertain all rep- QSignedb CLASS OF '30. ' resentatives from Rider College. Witnesses: ' XXX. To Julia Smith, Dorothy Lewis does D. Lirious, r bequeath the sole right to be class flirt, B. Yond, V We do hereby appoint Thompson Park- Con Trole. -l -T :i I C'EST 'A RIRE Potter, in Biology-When do leaves begin I-Ie, with enthusiasm!-"Sure" to tum? S. Y. T., pointing to a house just passed- Freshman-The night before "exams" 1-Well, right in therey 1 Ernie Filkins wants to know what kind of VIII . ,Q glue he should use to make a yard stick. Senior-"Look here, this picture makes me gt II look like a monkey! 'Q Juin, in physical geography-Miss Ken- Editor of Year Book-"You shouldlhave drew, the barometer has fallen. thought of that before you had your picture Miss Kendrew-Very much? taken." IE Juin Cwith guilty lookj-About iive feet. IX ,S ws broken' HI Teacher-"That's the fourth time you have . k d t.I h' . Stop it," E Potter-Monty, what made you late this 100 6 a ins gage? ha om, writern morning? Studente- But o n is suc p - Wig Monty-There were eight of us in the X if house, but the clock was set for seven. H H ,, IV A Few Ulfs and Ands Arthur DickinsonfDo you make life-size What would happen: fit enlargements from Snapshots? "If" Ernestine Rist Hunked an exam "and" 5,11 Photographer-That's our specialty. Ruth E. Cameron did the same? G Artiitlihne. Here 1S a picture I took of the HHH Monty came to School on time Hands' PE, mn 'anyon' V found o. Ruth Cameron ahead of him? 'Ig "If" Minnie ot boisterous "and" Gib Pratt I9 Many a student goes to the exam room V go 7. with his knowledge in the palm of his hand. helped her Out- I H . , . , if VI Ulf" Reg keptlquiet "and Katie didnt V5 " 'Tis great to behold," sighed Woody have her usual wisecrackl U H ,i Smith, as he viewed the beautiful moon. Hifi' Don tcok a book home and John N: Whereat, Juin snuggled closer and whisper- did the same? E ed in his ear, " 'Tis greater to be held." Ulf-1 Art Dickinson "and" Betty Heath P94 VH duced? ' Sweet young thing driving through sub- --If-I Dot Lewis was at ease in hiSt0ry E urllggggggnailld you like to see where I was class A-and-r George Hayes got excited? f: M004 CLASS PROPHECY CContinued from Page SQ children. We spent an enjoyable afternoon returned from their honeymoon, a trip at the theatre. around the world. Now we were together Now to Connle's. By 9 o'clock everyone once more. You can guess theyrest. 'ig had arrived except Gilbert Pratt and Kath- The next day, Ruth and I, with the com- ryn Woodward. They were not lacking long, pany of Ruth E. Cameron and Ruth Mitchell, xg however, for soon an airplane circled above started back for New York state, happy but 1,2 the cottage and iinally landed. The two lonesome at the thought of another long sep- 155 aviators who got out of the plane were none aration. other than Gib and Katie. They had just DOROTHY .I. LEWIS. 3. is wrt til '6'u'LW..1iY1i3 I ' 1



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T H E C YC LO NE 9 E LWYNF! HQ' EVEETUJ REEF W 533531 KEUQi7U-ElFwU':xwaWW l 956 fit T ti 2 5' ' 54 ' if : ' - K , if D .F 5, 3' X . rg lf EE 2 'E 2 t 2 GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Elsie Raymond, Dorothy Bisbee, Frieda Bruce, Helena Love, Helen Wright. 2 Second Row: Gilbert Potter, Madalene Langvs orthy, Rosalind Daniel, Marcia Fisher. S E E Es GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM ,t E , D As usual the girls were anxious to start . X to us. We won one other game. The Cor- rs, practice. One of the many reasons was our inth girls were victorious, again winning the -' new coach, Mr. Potter. There were about pennant. l fifteen girls out. Nearly all of them stayed Next year the team will be exactly the ,- through the season. same. We hope to be more successful next 5 We were ln the Adirondack League with season. 5 Luzerne, Corinth, Fort Ann, South Glens The girls are sorry to have to say good Q Falls, Glens Falls Academy and Bolton. bye to Coach Potter. Our good wishes go E Bolton dropped out of the league during the with him. E season and forfeited the remaining game FRIEDA BRUCE, '31 3 l i TEH l Q..,dLQ.. mlm

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