Windham Ashland Jewett Central School - Wajerian Yearbook

 - Class of 1948

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ident, llartha lliller--secretary, Beatrice De Long--treasurer and Robert Cross- -student council representative. Again we participated in the magazine cam-- paign and the scrap paper drive but did not come out on top. Working hard with Miss Baniak and Miss Florence Linindcll we edited the "Blotter". We had our troubles but we had to admit it was pretty good. In February we had the Valent:lne's Dance and Doris Johnson very artistically drew our silhouettes. We were all very excited on the day our class rings arrived. When class night came, we paraded as a circus. This year our class had the honor of choosing a boy to attend 'Boys State", and selected Robert Buist. In lay our class sponsored the Jlmicr Prom, better known as "Tulip Time". Everyone enJoyed dancing to the music of Frank Fitch and his orchestra. The gym was trans formed into a Dutch Garden. The Queen, who was Joan Hauser was crowned Frances Layman. Everyone enjoyed himself at the Junior Senior picnic held at Toconic Lake, even though it did rain. Our activities for the year ended with the Junior girls holding the daisy chain fo: the seniors at graduation. In the fall of fourty seven we entered school with great enthusiasm knowing this was our last year. Don Dresser was elected president, Lula Holdridge vice president, Gloria Van Loan secretary, liildred Mead treasurer, and Jane Wiers student council represen tative. Richard Blum Joined our class this year. As Seniors we had the privilege of using the front door Knowing we were going to Washington we made money participating in the scrap paper dr1ve,magazine cam paign and serving refreshments after the basketball ames. Our bi step toward entertainment was the instrel Show given in November. In DBCSIIIDOI' V9 sponsored the Christmas Dance with music by Steve Jones and his orchestra. On return :from Christmas vacation we ordered announcements for graduation and were measured for caps and gowns. Then came our big week in Washington, which no one will ever forget. Soon came our class night activitles, exams, and in June graduation, with smiles and tears we bid fare well to our high school days. FW FWF ei? ' has '12 8.

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mama! Hey, mom, where is my coat, my books, and my money? That's what was heard in the morning when the bus was waiting out front With a flash we were on the bus After a bumpy half hour of riding we were coming down the last stretch to Windham There standing on the left was the Diner Just over the bridge we passed the Post Office and the Blue Hoon, where all of the kids went for sundaes after school On the left, in the center of the town, stood Hiller Brother's and Bailey's hlectric Shop A llttle way down the street, we saw the Windham l1nt,and before we knew it, we took the turn at Horse's, the place where the kids went, at noon for an ice cream cone and candy. Now we were at the end of our route As bus number four drove into the driveway and to the back of the school, we counted the number of buses which had arrived before us We bumped into Ir Greenleaf, standing at his station, as we walked in the door Finally we had arrived at the lockers. In September of 1945, we rushed into room 12 Twenty four of us began as Freshmen under the competent supervision of Hrs lac Naught Our first task was to elect class officers. Robert Buist was chosen president, Lula Hold ridge vice president, John Fealey secretary, Helen aeschbach treasurer, and for student council representative -Doris Johnson. First we had the ma azine campaign followed by the Saint Patrick s Day Dance. On class night we stole all of the honors dressed to represent hard times That year we were successful in 17119 SON-P drive. We also served refreshments after two basketball games and the year ended with the movie 'Ir Big' Y as sophomo es. Again twenty four of us i mediately elected class officers They were as follows Robert Buist relected president, Maurice Decker vice president Florence Hold ridge secretary, Gloria Van 'Loan treasurer and William Newland student council renre sentative. Our first activity was the Hall oween Dance. Everyone enjoyed working in the scrap paper drive and the magazine campaign. We resumed the responsibility of serving the refreshments after two basketball games. On class night the girls dressed as boys and the boys as girls Our annual movie was 'Boys Re formatory' When lay rolled around six girls from our class had the honor of serving at the Junior Prom. le entered the Junior year determined to make it a success. This year H153 Doro Horne took the responsibility of the adv sorship but in January she was called into the senior home room and so Miss Carolyn Baniak willing ly took over. Frances Layman was elected tc the office of president, Jane Wiers vice pres 7 ll ll. I O In the fall of fourt -six we entered UJL. J. r - m- . .



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l 'Br-ring' 'Gosh is was morning alreadyu. A good many seniors were repeating these words on a bright Ctc usj Friday morning, March 26, in 1948. Yes, it was either four or five o'clock and we were to be ready to leave Wind- ham by six, so as to be in the Catskill depot at 7:15 A. H. Of course the train was late but by eight o'olook we were on our merry way. Around noon we pulled into the Weehawkan station. From there we walked to the ferry. A bus picked us up and before we knew it we were on another ferry. After taking a newer and faster train, we arrived in Washington around s1x o'clook. We all went to our rooms and freshened up. Then we went out to din- er and a movie. After we came back to the hotel no one slept because we were all so excited. The next morning we heard the telephone and whom should it be but the operator telling us it was seven o'olook. After a light breakfast we went to the Gap- ital. Having gone through the building we had our picture taken,w1th the Cap- ital as a background. It was nearly noon, so we went back to the hotel for ,1l1D.0h e After lunch we went on a tour of the historic places in the city and the zoo where I am sure everyone enjoyed himself, and then to the Arlington Gementery. That evening we split up, some of us went shopping, and the rest went swim ming at the Ambassador Hotel. Easter Sunday we were up at five getting ready for the sunrise service. After everyone had had dinner we went on a tour to Mount Vernon and theNational Air port After dinner we headed for the Lincoln Memorial and the Congressional Lib rary. I oould'nt tell you what everyone did that evening but a good time was had by all Monday morning we went to the Federal nureau of Investigation, and the Smith sonian Institute. After this we went back to the hotel for lunch. Lunch was over and now for the tour which the girls had anxiously awaited Our first stop was at the Franciscan Monastery and then Annapolis. W were at Annapolis for quiet awhile but around 4 30 we started for the hotel. When we arrived at the hotel we went out to dinner and a movie, as the Amuse ment Park had not yet opened for the year. Of course we went to bed early and right to sleep. Golly, but the time surely went fast. On Tuesday our last day, we headed for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Our it nerary called for a lot more but we only visited the Bureau and the Washington Monument, before it was time to catch the train and leave for the Catskills. Even with the nice clean trains, the wonderful hotel service, poor weather, and plenty of sleep, I'm sure everyone had a wonderful time and met a lo f new friends and still carried out all the rules of the trip. 1 H30- 9. YI ,,h Q 3 I QA in Y x' , 2 f , if 5 I . Z I I O I 8 2 t o , an ' df Ms5hw-4 ' . - I' MQWNG - i f Y 'F AH - p . . pg , M ,. 1-if s- w e to , W 9,A,w'Q?" , 'f, Q

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