Windham Ashland Jewett Central School - Wajerian Yearbook

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U-fl He' :VO-H-S .u ...-v....-ww-4,111 We am mxs 1' .3 ur clmln L SU-olors MEMBERS OF BOARD OF EDUCATION Grant F. Morse Newman E. Barnes PRINCIPAL Merritt I. De Long Burdette E. Woodworth Roy Cornell Harry A Peck W. Sheridan Cammer Clerk SUPERINTENDENT Robert M. Mac Naught 6 Harry G. Brockett Treasurer Hose Iwo aught Burdette E. Woodworth, A.B., M.A., Principal Elementary Department Mrs. Gladys C. Woodworth, Normal Grade 1 Miss mary Dunham, Normal Grade 2 Mrs. Edna Fiero, Normal Grade 3 Miss Ada E. Smalling, Normal Grade L Miss Catherine Morse, Normal Grade 5 Miss Kathryn Brockett, Normal Grade 6 Mrs. Myrtle Pelham, Normal Hensonville Mrs. Arlie Jones, Normal Sutton Hollol Secondary Department M . Burdette G. Dewell, A.B., M.A. Science Miss Helen E. Goslee, A..B., M.A. Mathematics Miss Florence I. Linindoll, A.B., M.A. Com ercial Mrs. Shirley MacNaught, Ph.B. Languages Miss Rita Baskin, B.S. English M s. Ethel M. Peck, Normal Grade 7 Miss Margaret G. Munson, B.S. in Ed. Grade 8 Mrs. Vesta M. Hauser, A.B., B.S. in L.S. Librarian Miss Helen-Lane Smith, A.B. Social Studies Sgecial Teachers Mr. James G. Mackey, B.S. Physical Education Mr. Charles S. Greenleaf, B.S. Agriculture k Industrial Arts Miss Jacqueline M. Graff, B.S. Homemaking Mr. Frank Biletzky, B.S. Music Mrs. Elizabeth Darrin, R.N. Health Edwin G. Mulbury, M.D. School Physician 7 lass ffuzere Class Motto We will strive to improve from better to best, It's only by effort that we can progress. Class Colors Class Flower Blue and Gold Lily of the Valley President --------------------- Vice-President Secretary --------------------- Treasurer ----- Student Counci 1 Rep. --------- 8 --Donald Johnson ------Rita Kupka -----Gwen Munson ---Barbara Gooss -Georgette French WALTER MATTICE MARGARET VAN LOAN Academic College Entrance WA merry heart maketh a cheerful counten- Nlf she will, she will, you.may'depend on ance.W itg if she won't, she won't,end there is the end of it.W Agriculture Judging Team 2,3,L F.F.A. 1,2,3,L Chorus l,2,3,b Dramatics Club Play 3,L Orchestra l,2,3,b Christmas Play L Dramatics Club Play 3.l+ Class Night Senior Catskill Music Festival L+ Chairman L Junior Prom 3 ROSE MATTERA DONALD JOHNSON Academic College Entrance 'There's language in her eye.W NFull of worth and goodness, with manly kindness blent.W Orchestra l,2,3 Chorus 1,3 Scholarship: 3rd Group 1 Cheerleader . l,3.l+ Boy Scouts 1,2,3 Student Council Campaign L,-H l,2,3 Speaker l,2,3 Basketball 2,3,b Assembly 2 Soccer 2,l+ Scholarship: 3rd Group 3 Touch Football 2 Student Conductor 3 Assemblies 2 Junior-Senior Debate 3 Student Council Rep. 3 Junior Prom 3 HBlotterW Staff 3 Library Club 3 Junior-Senior Debate 3 NBlotterW Staff 3 Junior Prom 3 'The Wajerian' L F.F.A. A Class President L Baseball L I n PAUL ADAMS LEIGHTON JUMP Acddemiv Academic 'I hear, yet say not much, but think the 'He that is of a merry heart hath a con more." tinual feast." Boy Scouts l,2,3 Chorus l,2,3 Chorus - 2 Music Club 1 Soccer 2 Band 1 Touch Football 2 Orchestra 2 ' "Blotter" Staff 3 F.F.A. L Baseball 3 GWEN MUNSON MARJORIE TERNS College Entrance Commercial "None knew thee but to love thee, nor nam- "If to her share some errors fall, look ed thee but to praise." on her face and you'll forget them all Scholarship: 2nd Group 1,3 Class Secretary 1 3rd Group 2 Chorus l,2,3,l, Girl Scouts l,2,3,L, Orchestra 3,L Chorus 1,2 Assembly 2 Intramurals 2 Dramatics Club Play 3,l+ Assembly 2 "Blotter" Staff 3 Class Secretary 2,3,4 Dance Band A Junior Prom 3 Scholarship: 3rd Group 2 'Blotter' Staff 3 2nd Group 3 Salutatorian I+ Junior Prom 3 Dramatics Club Play I+ Christmas Play I+ WThe Wajeriann b 10 JEANETTE HAPEMAN HAROLD TOMPKINS Academic Agriculture 'Whose little body lodged a mighty mind.' 'The force of his own merit makes his way.' Scholarship: 2nd Group 1,2 'Blotter' Staff 3 Crop Show 1,3 Junior Prom 3 F-F-in 1.20 Basketball l,2,3 Soccer 1,2 Touch Football 2 Assemblies 2 Junior Prom 3 Course in 3 112 years MADELINE ANDRUS . JEANNE BUIST Academic Academic 'She hath more goodness in her little 'Beware of her fair hair, for she excels finger than some have in their whole all women in the magic of her locks bod es.' Chorus l,3,L Chorus 1,2, L Orchestra l,2,3 Orchestra 1,2, A Student Council Student Council Campaign Speaker 1,2 Campaign Speaker l Intramurals 2 Intramurals 2 Assembly 2 Assemblies 2 Cheerleader 3,L Scholarship: 2nd Group 3 Catskill Music Festival 3,L 'Blotter' Staff 3 State Music Festival 3 Junior Prom 3 'Blotter' Staff 3 Catskill Music Festival h Junior Prom 3 ' State Music Festival 3 Dramatics Club Play A 'The Wajerian' L 'The Wajerian' L Class Night Chairman A One-Act Play L BARBARA GOOSS Commercial 'The joy of youth and health her eyes displayedg and ease of heart her every look oonveyed.' Class Treasurer 3,L 'Blotter' Staff 3 Chorus 3,L Junior Prom 3 Girl Scouts 3,L Catskill Music Festival 3,L Dramatics Club Play L Christmas Play L 'The Wajerian' A RITA KUPKA College Entrance 'Her air, her manners, all who saw ad- mired.' Student Council Treas. 2 Class Treasurer 2 Scholarship: 2nd Group 2 3rd Group 3 Chorus 2 Assembly 2 'Blotter' Staff 3 Junior Prom 3 Class Vice-President 3,L 'The Wajerian' A MARION MC COUBREY Academic 'Happy am Ig from care I'm free. Wh aren't they all contented like me?' Chorus 1,2,3,b Orchestra 1,3,L Girl Scouts l,2,3,L Intramurals 2 Assemblies 2 Catskill Music Festival 3,A State Music Festival 3 'Blotter' Staff 2 Junior Prom 3 ROBERT SHERMAN l Agriculture 'A good-natured soul as e'er trod. on shoe of leather.' Annual Crop Show l,2,3,L Agriculture Essay Contest l,2,3 A-H 1,2 F.F.A. l,2,3,k Soccer , 2,L Jr. Var. Basketball 2,3 Touch Football 2 Dramatlcs Club Play 3 Library Club 3 Junior Prom 3 Christmas Play A Varsity Basketball A aa 1 I --Efififif i 2 , L3 ,arg K: u I , M, S f ' JAMES ELBRECHT FREDA JOHNSON Agriculture Home Economics "Moderation, the noblest gift of Heaven." 'In silence also there's a worth that brings no risk." Agriculture Judging Team 2,3 F.F.A. l,2,3 Chorus l,2,3,L Dramatics Club Play 3 Orchestra l,l, Christmas Play 3 Junior Prom 3 Army of the United States 3 Course in 2 lf2 years i GEORGETTE FRENCH RICHARD MORSE Academe Commercial 'The thing that goes the farthest to- "The greatest truths are the simplestg ward making life worthwhile is just a and S0 are the STBHUBSP men-' pleasant smile." Chorus A 1,2 Class Vice-President 1,2 Orchestra l,2,3 Scholarship: 2nd Group 1 Class Treasurer 1 3rd Group 2,3 Boy Scouts 1,2,3,l., Chorus l Basketball l,2,3,L, Orchestra 1, 2 , 3 ,I+ Baseball 2 , 3 Dance Band l,2,3,l+ Assemblies 2,l, Student Council Sec. 2 Soccer l,2,l, Girl Scouts l,2,3 Touch Football 2 Assemblies 2 Class President 2,3 Intramurals 2 Windham Scrap Drive Dramatics Club Play 3,l, Chairman 2 Catskill Music Festival 3,l, "Blotter" Staff 3 State Music Festival 3 Junior-Senior Debate 3 Junior Prom 3 Student Council Campaign 'Blotter' Staff 3 Speech 3 'The Wajerian' 1, Junior Prom 3 Student Council Rep. L Student Council President 1, One-Act Play L United States Navy I+ All-State Band 3,L Course in 3 112 years 13 RICHARD MILLER CLARA THOMPSON Academic Commercial 'Foolery, sir, does walk about the orb NBorn with the gift of laughter an a like the sun. It shines everywhere.W sense that the world is mad.' Orchestra 1 Orchestra 1,2,3 Boy Scouts l,2,3 Chorus 3 Soccer 2,h Assembly 2 Touch F00tb8ll 2 Scholarship: 3rd Group 2 Assembly 2 Junior Prom 3 Basketball 2,3,L nBlotter' Staff 3 Junior Prom 3 Dramatics Club Play Q Baseball 3,L Christmas Play L NThe Wajeriann A F.F.A. 4 BARBARA BERNHARD Home Economics ALFRED STEIN College Entrance WThe saying that beauty is but skin deep WOf manners gentle, of affections mild is but a skin deep say1ng.H in wit a man, sinmlicity a child.n Chorus l,2,3,L Scholarship: lst Group 1 Orchestra l 3rd Group 2 Intramurals 2,3 Boy Scouts 1,2 Assembly 2 A-H Secretary 1 Library Club Sec. 3 Assemblies 2 Junior Prom 3 Touch Football 2 Catskill Music Festival L Soccer l,2,L All-State Chorus 3,h Basketball l,2,3,h Dramatios Club Play A Baseball L WThe Wajeriann A Dramatics Club Play L Christmas Play A nThe Wajeriann L Valedictorianp L Army of the United States Enlisted Reserve Corps L 14 GLULGLOVLJ Tonight, It is with great pleasure that I greet you, parents and friends, and bid you welcome to our commencement exercises. We are glad that you are here to share our Joy at having reached the first goal to success--a goal, which we have been pursuing for the past twelve years. We are now past the hills and are ready to scale the mountains. Each of us takes a different road in life. We will try our best to become useful citizens and to live up to the ideals and standards which you have set for us. It may be a difficult task but tonight we feel certain we will meet your expectations. To you, kind parents and loyal friends, we offer most sincerely ourdeqmstappreciation for the support you have given us through our school years. And, to our teachers, we give our grateful thanks for your patient and understanding guidance in our pursuit of knowledge. Because of your belief in youth and education, we have been able to reach the goal which we shall attain tonight. We will all strive to attain records of which our Alma Mater will be proud. We deeply appreciate the education which we have been given in W. A. J., for with this we feel well equipped to gain success. 1 We hope that our ambitions may be realizedg that we shall bring honor to you. We know you have come here tonight because you are interested in us. Because of this, we prom- ise to prove ourselves worthy of your continued interest and affection. We are honored by your presence and so, on behalf of the Class of l9h5, I amend to you a most cordial welcome to these ceremonies at which we shall receive our diplomas. Gwen Munson wHo's wno gy Room ll Girl who has done most for our class ------- Gwen Munson Girl most likely to succeed ----------------- Rita Kupka Most Best Most Best Class artist--- popular--- athletic girl --------------------- Madeline Andrus looking girl --------------------- Barbara Bernhard ---------------------------Muffy French dancer ------------------------------- Jeanne Buist --------------------------Barbara Gooss Most studious girl -------------------- Jeanette Hapeman Most quiet ------------------------------- Freda Johnson Friendliest ---- Class b1uffer-- Best dressed--- ---------------------------Rose Mattera ----------------------Marion Mc Coubrey -------------------------Marjorie Terns Greatest giggler ------------------------ Clara Thompson Class pessimist ----------------------Margaret Van Loan Boy who has done most for our class ------ Richard Morse Boy most likely to succeed -------- -------- Alfred Stein Most athletic boy ----------------------- Richard Miller Best looking boy ------------------------ Donald Johnson Most romantic-- -------------------------James Elbrecht Most extensive vocabulary ------------------- Paul Adams Class optimist --------------------------- Leighton Jump Class clown ---- Most talkative- -------------------------Walter Mattice -------------------------Robert Sherman Another class bluffer ------------------ Harold Tompkins 15 ur our ears ofa iqhu It undoubtedly was a bright, golden morn in September when the Class of l9L5 entered the portals of high school. We admit we were ignorant and unalarmed at the prospect of the next four years, but we rushed forward to the library and under the competent supervision of las. Hauser began our Freshman year. There were thirty-five members of our class and actually more boys than girls. The first task before us was to elect class officers and so with the air of great politi- cians we held the election. As a result, Leslie Holcomb was elected presidentg Georg- ette French, vice-presidentg Marjorie Terns, secretaryg Richard Morse, treasurer, and Dietrich Weinauer, Student Council Representative. Our first chance to show what we could accomplish came forth in the magazine campaign, in which we received top honors and a five-pound box of candy. Next was our movie,WThe Ghost Goes Westn, which netted us a goodly sum. We drew up our constitution but have been unable to locate it since our Sophomore year and because we have had no rules to guide us, perhaps we may be excused for our actions in high school. On Class Activi- ties Night we dressed like babies and were very thrilled when our boys outplayed all the upperclassmen. We also sponsored a St. ValentIne's Dance during the year. To bring an end to our first year in high school we went on a picnic at North Lake and then rested at the Hunter movies. Thus we reached the end of our joyous Freshman year. As Sophomores, in the fall of l9L2, we chose Richard Morse for presidentg Georgette French, vice-presidentgGwen Munson, secretary, Rita Kupka, treasurer, and Leonard Hum- phrey, Student Council Representative. With a class of sixteen boys and fifteen girls and Miss Goslee as our class adviser, we again were victors of the magazine campaign for the second successive year. The NU.S.A. Dancen we held chalked up another success for the class of l9h5. All who came dressed in red, white, and blue. The biggest thrill of the year was when we received our class rings. We also put on a play in assembly, 'The Pursuit of Happinessn, under the sponsorship,of the guidance department. our activities were limited during our Sophomore year as a result of the war but we bought war stamps every week and contrib- uted whole-heartedly to Russian relief. And so we came to the end of a happy Sopho- more year. Our Junior year was a success from all angles. Our class officers for the year were Richard Morse, president, Rita Kupka, vice-presidentg Gwen Munson, secretaryg Barbara Gooss, treasurergand Rita Kupka, Student Council Representative. With these competent leaders of the class we sailed forth into a prosperous year. Working as an industrious class of twenty-three students, we edited WThe Blotteru. We had our troubles but still made a good job of it. We selected the movie 'It Started With Even to present at our money-making assembly. We collected scrap paper all year and tried desperately to collect the most paper, but in vain. We did receive honors in second place, though. Our 'Garden of Memoriesn Prom held in honor of the class of 19th was a great deal of work and was enjoyed by everyone. An unusual feature in the decoration was the rock garden in one corner of the auditorium. The prom ended our Junior year which was the most enjoyable and profitable year of our high school life. We came back to school in the fall of 'hh bubbling with enthusiasm. The class had di- minished to fifteen girls and only ten boys. Richard Morse, James Elbrecht, Harold Tompkins and Paul Adams graduated in January, which left only six males in the class to complete the term. At our annual election, Donald Johnson was chosen presidentg Rita Kupka, vice-presidentgGwen Munson, secretaryg Barbara Gooss, treasurer, and Geor- gette French, Student Council Representative. We sponsored the NSenior Strutn in December just before Christmas. The class also presented the movie, 'Mr. Big.' We also sold refreshments at two basketball games and Class Activities Night. On this night the athletic members of the class showed their ability. The girls of the class dressed as boys and the boys dressed as girls. Easter came and eighteen members of the class journeyed to New York. As June drew near we began to realize that our high school days were coming to an end and our close associations with Miss Goslee, who had been our class adviser since our Sophomore yean would be severed by the termination of our high school career. We will never forget our graduation festivities nor the strains of the Alma Mater as it echoes.w1thin our hearts. 16 tooo to onquer' ' ew or'l'Y' 'How many more days?' 'What are you tak1ng?' 'How much money will we need?' 'What's your new hat like?' This was all we could talk cation. Finally the momentous day arrived. At promenading arrived and It was four seemed even terminal to about for six weeks before Easter va- Seniors were 10:00 on March 29th, we new outfits, and at l0:L5 the bus had up and down Windham Main St. in our we were on our way to New York City. surely was! It from the bus the hotel. There it was--Hotel New Yorker, the largest hotel in the city. o'clock when we reached the big city. Wasn't it great? It greater, however, after carrying our suitcases nine blocks When we reached our rooms, we just fell on the beds--but notrfor long. One hour later we were dining at Toffennetti's and from there we went to the play, 'Lifevdth Father'. It had been an eventful day and after the show we all were rather weary, but don't think we went to sleep. Ah, no! We were enjoying room service at 3:00 A. M.--sand- wiches and coca cola. The next morning for should I say breakfast at La Guardia Airport. birds swooping over the skyline! during the few minutes before our later that morning! we arose at 7:00 A. M. and had What a beautiful sight it was to watch those silver That noon we enjoyed?? lunch at the automat and then next trip some of us went shopping at Macy's. From there we went to the Rockefeller Center Observation Roofs and then to Radio City Music Hall where we saw 'Without Love' with Spehcer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn, and a su- perb stage show starring the Rockettes' special Easter pageant. After dinner at Stouf- fer's we went back to the hotel. Here was our chance to sleep, for our next excursion wasn't till ten o'clock when we attended the broadcast of the Chesterfield Super Club. Saturday we were delighted to have Mr. St. Hill spend the day with us. In the morn- ing we took a tour of uptown and downtown Manhattan including Chinatown, the Bowery, Wall Street, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Grant's Tomb, and ended with a ride on the top of a Fifth Avenue bus from 120th St. to Penn. Station. That afternoon most of us went to the Bronx Zoo. Margie Terns and Gwen Munson planned to go too, but after everyone else had entered the subway and the doors had closed, Margie and Gwen were still on the outside looking in. So Margie and Gwen stayed home. In the evening Miss Goslee treated us to the 'Hats Off to Ice' show. It was marvelous. Then came Easter Sunday when we donned our Easter togs and set off for church. A few went to St. Patrick's Cathedral, while others went to the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church. In the afternoon we enjoyed the boat trip to the Statue of Liberty. Nearly everyone climbed to the head of the statue--although several of us regretted it later. Before we knew it Monday had arrived, and it was the day to go home. During the morn- ing some of but us toured the N.B.C. Broadcasting and Television Studios asus had planned, the rest of us just slept. One-forty found us all standing in the bus station--that is, all but Mr. Woodworth who had the tickets. Finally at two o'clock he came, and we boarded the bus for Windham. Five hours later we were safely home. what a wonderful and exciting trip it had been! 17 OUR L0 UWB ullure Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. This is your up-to-the-minute reporter, 'Betty Brattlebrain' of Broadway. Flash!--Marion McCoubrey and Madeline Andrus will begin -their first day as teachers at Los Angeles High School this coming Monday. And from the west coast, Mrs. Douglas Lathers, former Barbara Bernhard, and her two children are planning to visit her panmus, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bernhard. Rumors have it that Miss Jeanne Buist, through her fashion career, has met a promis- ing young ensign who we dare say has run off with her heart. Jimmy Elbrecht, civil engineer at Boulder Dam,has decided to discontinuelus bachelor- hood and has chosen himself a neat, little wife. For further information see Mr. Elbrecht. A flash which has just come thru! F.B.I. investigators, Dick Miller and Donald John- son, have uncovered new evidence on the ring of chloroform murderers now loose in New York City. Notice!--Walter Mattice, owner of Matt1ce's Mechanical Works has invented a new air- brake for the airplane. Nice work, Mattice! Leighton Jump is his master mechanic. Now from the sea! That dashing, retired naval officer, Richard Morse, and wife, the former Ruth Truby, have decided to settle down to the management of a small grocery store, formerly run by his father. Success to you both! Robert Sherman, successful carpenter in town, has just finished the construction of his new home. Latest news bulletin! A plane piloted by Alfred Stein, had to make a forced landing while flying from Texas to La Guardia Airport. Mr. Stein has been a pilot for Pan American Airways for four years. From the East Coast!--Mrs. Robert Mc Kinnon, nee Georgette French, hasdecided to give up her Job as an accountant to become the perfect, little housewifefbr Mr. Mc Kinnon. Harold Tompkins of the U.S. Army has recently received the rating of 2nd Lieutenant. Miss Barbara Gooss, finances of Patrick Madigan, has taken a secretarial Jobat Metro- politan Life Insurance Co. This is only temporary as the wedding is expected to take place in June. In going over the latest Florida items, I see that Miss Jeannette Hapeman is nursing at one of the large hospitals there. I saw in a New York paper that Miss Rita Kupka has just received an awardRu'her won- derful discovery in the field of dietetics. Not until I finished the article about Miss Kupka, did I see that it had been written by a Windham graduate, Rose Mattera, now a star reporter. What a coincidence! Margaret Van Loan, nursing at an army hospital, recently walked into the service club and sat down beside a member of the W. A. C. Itums't two min- utes before she recognized Freda Johnson, a former classmate, now a sergeant in the army. Flash! Flash! Mr. and Mrs. Donald Munson wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Gwen Elinor, to William Spencer of Windham. Miss Munson is a registered nurse at St. Peter's Hospital at Albany. I wish you both happiness. Marjorie Terns, member of class of l9h5, is going back to W. A. J. school--not as a student. She is Mr. Woodworth's private secretary. To the ladies! Watch for next month's WVogue' magazine. There will be six full-color pages of fashions designed by Clara Thompson of Jewett. This is your Broadway reporter reminding you of the class motto, WStrive to Improve'. Apparently, the members of this class have made it their guiding principle throughout life. Barbara Bernhard 18 Lose Lfle Seniors! You have all been very good, for the past four years. Therefore, to each of you, I give a small gift that will be appropriate in its own way. For you, Muffy, we have a round trip ticket to College Point so that you can accompany Jimmy on his expeditions. Barbara Goose, we give you a pair of elevated shoes. Now you can be nearer Pat's level. For you we have a Joke book, Walt, to help you keep up-to-date on the latest jokes. To you, Jeanette, we give a geometry book complete with answers, to remind you of your love for that subject. Robert, we have a bow tie for you which you may add to your collection. Here is a straw for you, Madeline, so that you will never forget the black and white soda you enjoyed with that handsome Marine you met in Brooklyn. To you, Alfred, we give an address book, which will be of some assistance to you in keeping track of all the 'gals' you happen to meet. Hargaret, to you we give a watch to use in checking the pulse beats of the young in- ternes at Kings County Hospital. For you, Rose, we have a map to help keep track of that Sea Bee's travels. Margie, here is some sheet music for you so that you will be able to accompany Harry when he sings. For you, Richard, we have a box of stationery which, we think, will come in handy when you are writing to Ruth. We have e beautiful doll for you, Donnie, which we hope will keep you company on Satur- day nights. To you, Gwen, we give an orchid to remind you of Easter Sunday in New York. Here is a teaspoon for you, Freda, which will be a start on your hope chest. Leighton, to you we give a song book. May you enjoy many happy hours singing the numer- ous songs contained in it. We have an airplane for you, Jeanne. Some day may you attain your ambition to pilot a plane. For you we have a book of Hovey's poems, Marion. We heard you like his type of poetry. For you, Clara, we have a permanent excuse from classes, to become effective when the 'fleet's inn. Rita, we have for you a diary in which to keep all your personal secrets. We have a bar of soap for you, Barbara Bernhard, which you may Wlather' when you become lonely. We give to you, Dickey, a book on the latest dance steps, so that you can keep up your reputation as being one of the school's best dancers. For you, Jimmy, we have a dish to.remind you of all those you helped todry at different school activities. Harold, we give you a permanent ticket to all the dances at Westkill as weheard this is a favorite pastime of yours. These gifts are but small tokens but we hope you will always cherish them as souvenirs of your high school days. A Rita Kupka and Marion Mc Coubrey 19 ur Qquee is When the end approaches, eyes are often opened to the real values of life. Juniors-- this is for you. You who are next in age to the Senior Class must now take our places. And so to you who are soon to assume the dignity that was mas we leave not only the headaches of English and social studies Regents examinations but the joy of the Junior Prom and commencement. In addition we leave: Bobby Dodge Frances Gooss Gloria Fancher Marilyn Munson Ruth Alle Leonard Vining Paul Andersen Kathleen Layman Shirley Barnes Donald Tuttle Joe Hayden Bette Moore Peg Austin Joyce Barnes Richard Hoffman James Schermerhorn Marie Mattera Jay Dewell Pat Madigan Jim McKinnon Rose Schlesinger Otto Gooss Arthur Zegel Reginald Cross A full-time schedule of study periods that Mariam. you can spend with Someone who will really appreciate those sparkling eyes. A private secretary to help you with all your correspondence Slick cheerleading outfits for basketball up the team's morale---and Audrey's also. An audition with Phil Spitalny to enable golden voice of yours. everyone to hear O season. You can keep that A little self-confidence so that you can acclaim your deserving glory---or is it glori-a. o a paper doll you can call your own but a hole n er stockin". A book on the functions of mechanical devices able to understand Walt Mattice. A transfer to Hunter-Tannersville. What more A post-graduate course in social studies to time you lost this year making paper wads. A trip to Hollywood to give Sinatra a run and all!!! A pair of pajamas so that you won't have We heard you like horses. We bequeath to you NO hard feelings, Lyle. for a real live dmlie with so that you will be could you ask? make up for all the his money. Bow ties to bOI'I'OW YOU! fBth61"S. 'MY Friend F110k8'. We leave you a string to tie around your finger. Then you won't forget you're Joe's girl. To you we leave a wooden leg. It seems that one of yours is always giving out. Just a few words of advice--don't let your heartrun away with you. It's a long walk to Tannersville. An interview with a modeling agency so that more than one particu- lar sailor can gaze upon your winning smile on magazine covers. A well-earned scholarship and one more contribution to the field of medicine. Sole ownership of Barbara Gooss. After all the 'spate' are over, you always seem to come out on top! To you we bequeath a post-graduate course for Muffy. To you we leave just rows and Ross of good luck. Completed assignments for the work which you missed this year. To you we leave a new water pistol replacing this year's old one. We leave to you priorities for a brand new set of tires. , We, the class of 'L5, herewith bequeath to our beloved faculty our undivided attention, our carefully prepared assignments, our fully completed book reports and lastly our gratitude and admiration. In addition: MI' . W00dWOI'th Mrs. MacNaught Mr. Mackey Mrs. Hauser Miss Goslee Miss Linindoll Mr. Dewell Miss Haskin Mr. Biletzky Miss Graff Miss Smith Mr. Greenleaf We leave a position as guide for tours of New York City and a dur- able map of the subway systems. We leave a whole Latin class of John Fealeys. To you we leave all the dirty dishes you promised to wash for the Seniors. We leave an automatic weighing machine for weighing next year's scrap paper. We leave a 'cruel, handsome' ensign to whisk you off so you won't have to endure another term as class sponsor. We leave our hopes that the new manager of 'The Pines Inn' will have a Latin profile. To you we leave a state abolition of all science 9 classes. We leave you a year's supply of shoe stamps so you can dress those little feet to your heart's content. We leave you a musical assembly every Friday. Then you can show Sinatra what real swooning is as you play 'Sweet and Lovely'. To you we bequeath six cousins just like Bob so that the next time the cheerleaders meet him things won't be so complicated. To you we leave a nurse's aide course so you will be fully equip- ped when you find that promising interns. We leave you just one more chance to admit setting off those fire- k . crac ers Jeanne Buist 20 1 l d SENIOR ADDRESS T0 JUNIORS The time has come for us, the Class of 'L5, to leave the school which we cherish. Now, more than ever, we realize the deep appreciation we have for our fellow students and for the teachers who have inspired us and helped us through our high school careers. We hope that we have fulfilled our obligations and have maintained a scholastic record of which the school and the community can be proud. We are about to face the grim realities of a world filled with war and destruction. We are leaving to you, the Juniors, responsibilities greater than any other class has had before. We believe that you are capable of assuming these responsibilitiesgthat you can carry on the fine school spirit you have shown in your past three years and that you will continue to uphold the traditions of our school. As president of the Senior Class of 'L5, I am proud to present you with the banner that symbolizes this tradition, knowing that you can live up to the fine Standards of the Windham, Ashland, Jewett Central School. Donald Johnson JUNIOR RESPONSE As president of the Junior Class, I accept this banner and all the traditions that have passed down through the years with it. Tonight as you enter into a new world, a world filled with many trials, weame sure that you will be able to conquer them with the same force that you have shown in the past. It is with deep regret that we say good-bye to one of the most promising classes of W. A. J. and with you go our best wishes for good luck on your new adventure. Patrick Madigan 21 ated Lclorq Tonight as we complete our high school life, there is an air of solemnity surrounding us. Another mile in the river of life has been journeyed. Opportunities have come and gone. Some have been grasped to the fullest extent, others have just been casually allowed to pass by, for the present, only to be sought for later in life. We are thinking fondly of the past and looking to the future, which must be preceded by the grim realities of the present. Tomorrow we will be a fighting part of the world. It is my solemn privilege to bring to you this farewell message. Similarly, in this gradwmdax as in those of the past,sincerity and sadness overshadow all other thoughts we may have. At commencement we must say farewell to those friends with whom we have worked side by side for years. There are those to whom we wish to express our humble but sincere gratitude. They have made it possible for us to complete our education. Mr. Mac Naught, and members of the Board of Education: In our last farewell we want you to know we appreciate the special privileges you have helped make possible for us. It was bemmse of these privileges and opportunities that we now successfully con- clude our high school education. Mr. Woodworth, present and former members of the faculty, parents, and friends: words are inadequate to express our gratitude to you. For it was you who instructed us in what was right. Many times there were differences between us but they have been overlooked and forgotten. Because of you we have pushed forward to this eventful night. It is evident your instructions, scoldings, and lectures have been correct, for tonight we have come to the end of our high school careers successfully--to- morrow we commence a new phase of life. We are proud to be graduating and we will do our best to live up to your expectations in this warring world and in the world of peace to come, and to become citizens working at the great task that lies ahead. Fellow classmates, it is time to say good-bye. It is not easy. It is not really good-bye, for on some tomorrow we shall meet again. We are gathered here tonight for the last time as high school students. This memorable occasion for us marks the termination of our scholastic activities at W. A. J. In this school we have obtained our basic education. From tonight on, it is up to us whether or not each of us is to be a success or a failure. Fate may decree that some of us may never see each other again. But it is my sincere wish that we may have many reunions. May each and every one of you have success and happiness in your life's work. No matter what the future may bring, remember our class motto: Wwe will strive to improve from better ,to bcstg it's only by effort that we can progress.W In the hope of a future filled with happiness, success and remembrance of the pmasant high school days we spent together,I bid you all farewell. Alfred J. Stein 22 nnlqsls 11132. Miss Goslee Paul Adams Madeline Andrus Barbara Bernhard Jeanne Buist James Elbrecht Georgette French Barbara Goose Jeanette Hapennn Donald Johnson Freda Johnson Leighton Jump Rita Kupka Rose Matters Walter Mattica Marion Mc Coubrey Richard Miller Richard Morse Gwen Manson Alfred Stein Robert Shenmn Marjorie Terns Clara Thompson Harold 'Ibmpkins Margaret Van Loan .1El'iRQB. Tranquillity Mystery stories Corduroy jacket That beautiful complexion Sense of hlmnr Cheerful d ispos it ion Jimmy Corny jokes Her love affairs Basketball playing Dimples Singing Grand disposition Roguish eyes His wit Out-of-town boy friends Collect ing so rap paper Popularity Dependability Wolf ing Talking Dignity Her friends in service Curly hair Trig. --- She actually likes it. ond, qnfbesls WORST OFFENSE 11M!2DlA'IE IESTINATION Daily tests W.A.J. I That nlk Windham Love??? for College Geometry Collecting Beautician Easter eggs Academy Rolling her eyes Flirting Blocking corridors between classes Bronx accent 'Som people in Fashion School Arm Albany Business Collage Albany Business Co llege Cadet Nurse Corps school!" Eloquent vocabulary Arlv Too quiet WACS Playing "42" Hensonville Blushing College She won't tell Who knows? who he is . That locker Merchant Marines Primping College G.I. haircut Leaving us :ln Jan. Feeling around Bi11's car Speaking vaguely Polly Good manners in the' subway Square dancing His pessimism Piniug for Don 23 Any Navy Cadet Nurse Corps Army 1-A in the Arm Albany Business College Albany Business College Windham Cadet Nurse Corps Q YEARS LATER Still at W.A.J.- Believe it or not Author of 1955's 'best seller' Living in Calif. Married with four children Piloting a plane St ill court ing R its J im' s private secretary Comnercial artist for "Vogue" Registered nurse Merchant Marines Married Enjoying another visit to N. Y. Traveling in a trailer China Still in the Merchant Marines Te aching k indergarten F.B. I. investigator Back in Windham Still tooling around B1ll's car Radio technician Windham' s A-l carpenter Enjoying life in Marion, N. Y. Far, far away Dairy fam owner A supervisor of nurses 59, mane suzam aixoylnw UTGQS DGIJIV uosuqof apaxg dmnf uo1qS191 snlpuv GUIISDRN uuoq UHA QGIHSIHW qspng 9UUU9f Q usmzaqg qaeqog Aexqnog ow uoyaam pauquaeg 9J9q19g SOIQQPN JSQIBM suyxdmom pIo19H qoueag 911921095 Qaeqqaw esog 24 IGTTTN PIPUUTH uosdmoqg, 9.1919 uosuqof pfauoq 9XdnH 91TH 99.10111 DIBIIOIH ssoofp UIBQIUQ uosunyq uemfp ?l'7KifE5R.... Varsity Team: Donald Johnson, Captain, Paul Andersen, Manager, Harold Baker,AssIstant Manager, Joseph Hayden, Richard Hoffman, Audrey Maben, James Mc Kinnon, Richard Miller, Ronald Morse, Lyle Sokoll, Alfred Stein. QE. Varsity Team: Charles Haner,Captaing Milton Brandow, Robert Buist, Maur ce Decker, Merrill De Long, John Fealey, Robert German, Michael Mattera, Curtis Peck, Walter Pelham, Karl Rappleyea, Donald Tuttle, Clyde Van Valin. LT. James Mackey, Coach. Team: Donald Johnson, Manager, Milton Brandow, Robert Buist, Regin- ald Cross, Maurice Decker, Merrill DeLong, Charles Haner, Joseph Hay- den,George Holdridge, Audrey Maben, Patrick Madigan, Michael Matters, Robert Mc Kinnon, Richard Miller, Ronald Morse, Curtis Peck, Walter Pelham, Karl Rappleyea, Lyle Sokoll, Alfred Stein, Donald Tuttle. Mr. James Mackey, Coach. Q 25 Members: Richard Morse, President, Marilyn Munson, Vice President, Walter Pelham, Secretary, Merrill DeLong, Treasurer, Donald Johnson, Senior President, Georgette French, Senior Representative, Patrick Madigan, Junior President, James Schermerhorn, Junior Representative, Ronald Kempton, Sophomore President, Milton Brandow, Sophomore Repre- sentative, Robert Buist, Freshman President, Doris Johnson, Freshman Representative, Audrey Maben, Eighth Grade Representative, Barbara Irish, Seventh Grade Representative. Mrs. Harold Hauser, Faculty Ad- viser. Team: Donald Johnson, Captain, Robert Buist, Reginald Cross, Maurice Decfer, Merrill De Long, Charles Hauer, Joseph Hayden, Richard Hoff- man, George Holdridge, Robert German, Audrey Maben, Patrick Madigan, Richard Miller, Robert Mc Kinnon, Richard Morse, Ronald Morse, Curtis Peck, Walter Pelham, Karl Rappleyea, Robert Sherman, Lyle Sokoll, Alfred Stein, Donald Tuttle. Mr. James Mackey, Coach. 26 was lb I I 'r K Mbmbers: Ruth Alle, Madeline Andrus, Margaret Austin,Richard Bailey, 3oyoe Barnes, Artemus Barnum, Robert Buist, Robert Cross, Eva Decker, Burdette Dewell, Georgette French, Joan Hauser, Freda Johnson, Hope Kempton, Frances Layman, Patrick Madigan, Marion Mc Coubrey, Bette Moore, William Newland, James Schermerhorn, Edgar Shoemaker, hhrjorie Terns, Marilyn Terns, Marianne Thompson, Margaret Van Loan, Clyde Van Valln, Philip Van Valin, Gilbert Vining. Mr. Frank Biletzky, Director F 1 E Q I 5 E Members: Helen Aeschbach, Ruth Alle, Madeline Andrus, Margaret Austin, Shirley Barnes, Naomi Barnum, Barbara Bernhard, Mary Ella Brockett, Jeanne Buist, Shirley Conklin, Eva Decker, Beatrice De Long, Gloria Fancher, Barbara Gooss, Frances Gooss,Joan Hauser, Florence Holdridge, Lula Holdridge, Doris Johnson, Freda Johnson, Hope Kempton,Kathleen Layman, Marion Mc Goubrey, Martha Miller, Bette Moore, Marie Quinn, Wanita Roe, Marjorie Terns, Theresa Tiesmeyer, Marjorie Tompkins, Mar- garet Van Loan. Mr. Frank Biletzky, Director. 27 loss of 1946 Class Colors: Maroon and Silver Class Flower: Carnation Class Motto WCl1mb Though the Road be Rugged' In September, l9L2, we innocently started on the hazardous journey through high school. We spent raising money for the class through the magazine paper drive a success. first lap of our eventful and sometimes most of our time during our first years campaign and helping to make the scrap When we reached therend of the second lap of our freshments after two'basketba1l games and that we ed our 'army mulen by winning first place in the magazine campaign. journey we found that we had served re- had sponsored a movie in May. We earn- This year, as we are nearing the end of the third lap of our Journey, we look back upon a year in which we really have been busy. 'The Blotteru was issued each month. We sold refreshments at two basketball games and sponsored a movie. Our Valentine Dance was one of the outstanding dances of the year. We kept our reputation in the magazine campaign and again emerged on top. This time we won a Nnavy goatn. Of course, the biggest event of the year was the Junior Prom. We arenowlooking forward to the fourth and last lap of our journey through W. A. J. President..... Class Officers one onnuoooroe . Vice-President... Secretary..... Treasurer..... Student Counci Class Adviser. oooounoaooncoooo i'1i8f,11S58En2AEi98I I . . .' 28 ...Patrick Madigan ...Richard Hoffman ...Margaret Austin ....Sh1rley Barnes .James Schermerhorn ..Miss Rita Haskin 00 lass of 1947 Class Colors: Green and White Class Flower: White Carnation Class Motto 'Hodie Non Cras' Sophomore Class activities for the year began with the Hallowe'en dance held October 31. This proved to be a social and financial success. We took part in the magazine campaign and the scrap paper drive, and bought war stamps each Friday. Twice during the year we had charge of the dancing and 'furnished refreshments for the basketball enthusiasts. Class Activities Night the Sophomores dressed in the class colors, green and white. The boys lost to the Freshmen boys in the final basketball game, and the girls emerged in last place in their basketball games. In April, we presented an afternoon movie entitled 'Hollywood Cowboyn. We ordered our class rings in January and eagerly anticipate their arrival next fall. This year we have discovered that each member of the class has found his place and that we function more cooperatively. If we profit by the mistakes of former years, we should emerge as a Junior Class capable of assuming its proper role in high school life. Class Officers President........ .............. ...Ronald Kempton Vice-President.... ....Curtis Peck Secretary...................... .......Joan Hauser Treasurer................................Mary Brockett Student Council Representative..........Milton Brandow Class Adviser.......................Mrs. Harold Hauser 29 loss of 1948 Class Colors: Red and White Class Flower: Red Carnation Class Motto 'Toll Conquers All Things' In September, l9bb, twenty-four Freshmen entered high school. It was not long before we 'learned the ropes.' Even though Freshmen are supposed to be green, it seems to us that we were just a bit more sophisticated than most Freshmen groups, if you know what we mean. It wasn't long before we had elected our officers for the year. of our first year It is not our wish to boast, but we feel that we have made a success financially and socially. we have added to The magazine campaign gave us a substantial sum in our treasury and that sum by serving refreshments for the basketball crowds during the season. attended. Our big event socially was the St. Patr1ck's Day Dance which was well On Class Activities Night our class carried off all the honors. We donated 310 to the Red Cross Drive. We bought stamps and bonds on Fridays. We hope to keep up that work. first year. Our movie on May L brought a close to the activities of our wonderful Watch us during the next three! President..... Class Officers Vice-President.... Secretary. .... Treasurer..... Student Counci Class Adviser. i'13813535Q.f.EE.ii9E.I I I I I I I I . 50 .. Robert Buist Lula Holdridge ... John Fealey Helen Aeschbach . Doris Johnson Mrs. Robert Mac Naught J WAR STAKP SALES Tn,gs:::,'f1L , f puma DOGR0 CLOQE BLHLTID U., 1.-vb NE'VE HIT THE TOP "RICH" ,aim SENTORS TN THE SCRAP ,fb .-lm ling? "DICK'A' CIA55 ACTIVITIES NIGHT CUSSTCDIAN AND BUS DRIVERS A W, ff 1 A ' it Q JUNIOR-SENIOR PICNIC -- 19bl+ Y' 'ff T' Oh ww' v 1 'W SQ Q MI' W 'Qgmief Q 020 Q 0 "' 0 vfvfv' " " GARDEN - MEM CJR IE S " YQISHING WELL MORE BUS DRIVERS 15 Aunv .4.41u ra. uvmi A.lJ.lJ.!.L' LLL.: .L .LAUUL Rkwiegfiwkimfwwi " l X52 .2133-f,'?.J.' 'Y ' vw---. ..... -...f vLAoo AGTIVITILS NIGHT 4 QEEQ . 331' Q ' li- gm Milf, ff f W fy fx:--ff z '- 'V ' , Q,fgA-W f X, 1: Q, 755 fr Q, 1 -2, . , fV?f v pffi 3 ,QQ'fw wp, f , F1 A - Ni--V ' - f 1,4333 ii- f 7 , . Mi fp A F l -2 ' ' ' , fv f id' 3-he-eh '. ' MM' , Q . 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JOHNSON Auctioneer Jewett, Phone 531 Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of RICKARD'S RIDING ACADEMY Dealer in horses and cattle CATSKILL MT. BOWLING ACADEMY Prattsville, Phone 7b1 P, C, Sutton, Prop. Compliments of JEWETT GRANGE S. G. MC COUBREY Greene Co. Bottled Gas District Distributor Compliments of SANDANONAH FARM Compliments of HARRY A. PECK Compliments of MILTON B. GOSLEE Compliments of WINDHAM HOSE CO. Compliments of F. L. DODGE Compliments of Compliments of MAPLECREST GARAGE Auto Repairing 2L hr. Wrecker Service Hitchcock and Garvey ASHLAND G. L. E. A FRIEND With Photographs Past Memories are s P Compliments of Congratulations till resent from DOMINO Pnofro SERVICE A. BUELL MORSE I MISS HELEN G-OSLEE Windham. N- Y- 55 STEAD'S SUPER MARKET Purveyor of Foods MILLER BROTHERS Windham, N. Y. Compliments of HENSONVILLE MEAT MARKET BROGKETT AND STRONG General Hardware Compliments of G. F. MORSE Compliments of MOUNTAIN GUEST HOUSE HAROLD B. MOORE General Contractor Compliments of RAYMOND OSBORN Compliments of BROOKSBURG SERVICE STATION AVERY'S DRUG STORE Best in Drug Store Merchandise Compliments of W. H. MOORE Best Wishes from THE CLASS OF 19h7 NICHOLS' SERVICE STATION West Main St., Windham, N.Y. Compliments of THE VICTORY STORE Compliments of SUP'T R. M. MAC NAUGHT Advertising Solicited THE WINDHAM JOURNAL Compliments of JOHN H. MATTHEWS Compliments of VERMILYA'S NEWS ROOM THE WINDHAM GIRL SCOUTS Wish you the Best of Luck Compliments of THE BARNESDALE Best Wishes to the graduates from THE CLASS OF 19L8 Compliments of HENSONVILLE POST OFFICE Compliments of VAL MORROW Compliments of THE NATIONAL BANK OF WINDHAM Compliments of MINER'S SERVICE STATION Compliments of SPRUCE MANOR Compliments of WILLIS BALDWIN AND SON COLE'S PLEASANT VIEW HOUSE Windham, N. Y. Compliments of DENNIS A. FERRIS Compliments of SCHUMANN'S DRUG STORE Compliments of THOMPSON BROTHERS Compliments of CYRUS R. 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