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Page 19 text:
Proudly stands our glorious Mynderse,
Beautiful to view,
Walls resound with Words of Wisdom
To each student true.
Hear our praises,
As each voice is raised,
Glory to the Alma Mater
Of our high-school days.
Tender memories of our high-school
Shall forever last,
And our love for thee, dear Mynderse,
Cannot be surpassed.
As we leave thee, Alma Mater,
To tread paths anevv,
Grateful hearts have we for Mynderse
And her teachers too.
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SENIOR CLASS I-IISTCJRY
Freshmen! What memories that word brings to us! Four years ago we were those
innocent people who believed the marble staircase was for our use, and that the high
school World had just been waiting for our advent. But, how we have changed since
our initial year at Mynderse, with Miss Eastwood, Miss Pratt and Mr. Davidson as
our class advisers! They helped us through the mysteries of that organization period
when we proudly elected Bill Edds first president and John Brady, vice-president.
With our class colors, the dignified blue and gold, flying, '31 began to make itself
known at Mynderse.
The first of our activities was a Wiener roast at Recreation Field. Memories of that
are slightly hazy, or at least smoky, but it was a fairly successful party. Next were
two merry events in the gym, a Ha1lowe'en masquerade-with ghosts, tramps, clowns,
and freaks invading the gym, and later a Christmas party. By the spring we were
feeling bankrupt, so gave ourselves a benefit at the Fisher theater, our iirst successful
Sophomores! Here we found ourselves in care of Miss Vreeland, Miss Smith and
Miss Cushman. A new freshman group had succeeded us as the "evergreens" of
Mynderse. Perhaps we were not so carefree as in the year before, at least not all our
energy was spent on studies-many of our class proved their mettle in athletics.
Lee Giusti, Joe Anglim and John Morse made the boys' varsity basketball team, while
Ruth Hilkert, Charlett Stubley and Ethel Hayes made the girls' team. Lee and John
were also out for baseball and football, and Joe for baseball.
Bud Miller and Catherine Fyfe were chosen as our pilots for that year, and they
led the class through another Hallowe'en party. We again sponsored a benefit picture
to insure our financial stability. Near the end of the term we gave an all-school party
in the gym and 'a class picnic at Owasco.
Two years of life at Mynderse were behind us. We were full-fledged juniors, proud,
and eager for the activities of the year. We elected Catherine Fyfe as president, Ruth
I-lilkert, as vice-president. This year Miss Miller, Miss Compitello, Miss Cook and
Mr. Baker were our advisers.
Seeking originality for our annual Hallowe'en party, we finally decided on ajunior
Fair at which our guests could spend their money and enjoy the mysteries of the
sideshows and the wild animal tent, or hear strange prophecies from our "gypsy"
fortune teller. Vaughn Fegley's orchestra furnished music for' dancing. The student
and faculty attendance made the Fair a great success.
In the spring we made our stage debut, presenting a three-act comedy, "The New
Poor." This influx of Russian nobility, including the Grand Duke, Prince Vladimar,
and Princess Irina, proved very entertaining, and Detective O'Farrell's "Aha!" was
The class had a jolly trip to Owasco on the Saturday of Regents week-a celebration
which lasted until the last strains of the dance music ceased from the pavilion, when
we piled sleepily into the bus, and started homeward.
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