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JUSTUS ALLEN, Editor-211-Chief
Miss TERESA M. COMPITELLO
This year marks the fourth anniversary of the Mynderse Microphone. Last year
the Micro hone became a member of the Eastern Interscholastic Press Association,
enjoying ull privileges of this organization. This year progress has taken several
steps forward. Because of a larger circulation, and an improved financial status,
practically every issue of the Microphone has contained a cut of some prominent
person around Mynderse, thus increasing the personal interest. In addition the Micro-
phone is now an active member of the Quill and Scroll Society, a national honorary
journalistic group. ln contests sponsored by this society in various phases of news-
paper writing, Microphone staff members have won high honors, both in national
and sectional tournaments. This fact assumes greater importance when it is con-
sidered that Mynderse has no regular class in journalism, and that service is rendered
voluntarily, however, membership is based on scholastic standing and exceptional
ability in writing.
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The nhersuan 1931
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Janes, Giurti, Nugent, Brandt, Miller, Taper, Calarra, .Yalato
VanEt!e11, Kirznetz, Redfleft, O'Brien, Advirerj Elufell, Hayes, Lurrbexi, Cukell, McMille11
Dj.f07l, Lahr, Hamill, Fjfe, Hilkeft, Xtzzblej, Hudfan
CATHERINE FYFE, Editor-in-Chief
GRACE HUDSON JOHN VANETTEN ELISABETH REDCLEFT
MARGARET ELWELL CHARLES SALATO RICHARD BRANDT
HARRY NUGENT MARY LUCCHESI
WILLIAM HAMILL, Bufinesf Maizager
LEE GIUSTI ROY JONES WILHELMINA LAHR
FRANCES DYSON BERYL MCMILLEN ROMAYNE SOPER
BRADFORD MILLER FAUSTO CALARCO A ETHEL HAYES
SAMUEL CUKELL LULU KINNETZ
RUTH HILKERT CHARLETTE STUBLEY
Assisted by MRS. STEIGERWALD
The MYNDERSIAN, the older of the two school ublications, dates back six years
to the class of 197.5 which published the book de icated to Miss O'Brien.
Each succeeding class has tried to make their annual a representative review of their
school year. The staffs have felt that because of the permanent character of an annual,
and since it alone tells in one edition the complete story of a school year in all ac-
tivities and becomes a treasured ossession, it should express the highest Mynderse
traditionsg so a certain standardn of accomplishment has been established in our
annuals. We of 1931 have used an Elizabethan theme this year, and the art Work
done by seniors in Mrs. Steigerwald's department is of that period. The other staffs
have worked under the direct supervision of Miss O'Brien, who has complete charge
of the year-book Work in Mynderse.
MISS JULIA H. O,BRIEN
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The present Mynderse Academy Alumni Association renewed its activities for the
third successive year since its reorganization, at a special meeting held on Saturday,
the twenty-seventh of December, 1930.
At the organization meeting Fred L. Story, of the class of 1891, was chosen presi-
dent to succeed Paul S. Sisson. The following officers are assisting him: Miss Dorothy
Adamy, secretary, and Miss Lucy Cardwell, treasurer.
The chief social event of the Association was a delightful holiday banquet in the
Hotel Gould on December 2.9, 1930, attended by one hundred and ten active and
associate members. The committee, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Orville Cook,
provided a dinner and a very entertaining program. Devillo Pollard as toastmaster
presented Miss Daniels, who welcomed the class of 1930 into the association. In
reply Clark Rumsey, President of the class of I93O, gave a brief address. Mr. F. J.
Medden, a graduate of Mynderse and former Superintendent of Schools, gave an
entertaining history of Mynderse Academy in the old days. William S. MacDonald,
as the principal speaker of the evening, told those present what Mynderse Academy
means to Seneca Falls. After the banquet the members went to the Mynderse gym-
nasium where they danced to music furnished by Vaughan Fegley's orchestra.
THE TEACHERS' CLUB
The Teachers' Club of Seneca Falls, which was organized in 1916, is now in its
fifth year. In its purpose of promoting sociability among the teachers of the public
schools, the club has been most successful.
The oflicers chosen to carry out this year's program were Frances Hathaway,
president, Freda Wright, vice-president, Grace Delano, secretary, and Kathryn Adamy,
The season began with a weiner roast at the lake with Miss Cardwell as chairman.
In the following month Miss Menegay had charge of a merry Hallowe'en party in
the gym. Miss O'Brien's committee for December made a contribution to the local
charity organizations in place of having the usual Christmas party. Miss Compitello
and her committee took advantage of crisp winter weather to give a sleigh ride and
a dinner at Canoga, which was probably the gayest of the club parties. With June
in the ofling, Miss Smith's committee is planning a delightful out-of-town dinner to
end the school year's activities of the organization.
A feature of this year's program has been welfare work to relieve the village un-
employment, also to help the teachers in the state who do not come under the present
retirement fund. A benefit bridge party of which Miss Adamy had charge was given
for the latter during the winter months.
The success of the teachers' club, measured by the pleasure and friendliness of
spirit brought forth, is a very great success indeed.
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