PALHINEWS - 1913
Palmyra High School
Vol. 1 No. 1
A Publication of the students of the Palmyra Classical High School
Editor in Chief, Helen C. Adicott
Business Manager, Frederick Hanscom
Miss Mildred Buchanan, Faculty Director
Associate Editors: M. Story Hutchins, Dorothy Hennessy, Elmer Hibbard, Ethel Ferguson, Donald Bloodgood
Local Businesses Advertising in the Palhinews
THE M. STORY DRY GOODS CO.
Headquarters for School Supplies of all Kinds
SMITH & ZIEGLER
The Biggest and Best of Everything in School Supplies
J. E. De VOIST
110 Main Street - Palmyra
Palmyra's Dutch Barber
BRIGGS' DRUG STORE
Fine Stationery Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
THEO. WEBER'S BARBER SHOP
76 Main St.
BULMER LUMBER YARD
F.E. ROWLEY, Prop.
JOHNSON & CONGDON
BIRD & ROSS
Exclusive agents for Pneumatic Sweeper
C. G. CRANDALL'S
Furniture, Picture Framing to Order
SILVER & CADY
Enbalmers and Funeral Directors
G. A. TUTTLE
L. H. FOSTER'S
1858 - 1913
Grover's Soft Sole Shoes
PALMYRA CANDY KITCHEN
Candy and Ice Cream
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Palmyra, N.Y.
Pliny T. Sexton, President, Robt. M. Smith, Cashier
H. O. YOUNG & SONS
4 Holmes Street
MYERS & WATSON
17 Market Street
W. A. PARKER
11 William Street
Harness, Whips and Horse Goods
HISLOP'S NEWS ROOM
70 Main Street
School Supplies, Post Cards and Confectionery
House Dresses, Palmyra High School Pennants
LEBRECHT & JONES
Light Grade Suits
The Williams Street Hardware Man
JOHN H. BAIN
Fine Harness, Robes, Blankets and Fur Coats
Bicycles and Bicycle and Motorcycle Repairing
S. E. BRAMAN
F. V. CLEVELAND
OLD DUTCH COFFEE
Mrs. J. D. Garlock, Mrs. Geo. Conant, Mrs. Ed. Slocum, Mrs. Fred Cable, Mrs. C. J. Lawrence, Mrs. M. J. Gavin, Mrs. Ray Chilson, Mrs. Geo. S. Johnson, Mrs. R. M. Smith, Mars. H. E. Whiting - All use O.D. Coffee - Ask Them Why
THE CRANDALL PACKING COMPANY
F. E. CONVERSE
Attorney at Law
BOARD OF EDUCATION
E. B. Anderson, President
F. E. Converse, Secretary
Ralph W. Swetman, Principal
Ralph W. Swetman, President
Harry Dixon, Vice-President
M. Story Hutchins, Secretary
Henry Griffith, Treasurer
M. Story Hutchins, Captain
>Monroe Stebbins, Manager
Harry Dixon, Captain
Glen Foster, Manager
Henry Griffith, Manager
Glen McIntyre, Manager
Mary Ella Fraher, Manager
GLEE CLUB and ORCHESTRA
Miss Anita Craddock, Director
Helen C. Addicott, Editor-in-chief
Frederick Hanscom, Manager
M. Story Hutchins, President
Helen C. Addicott, Vice-President
Mary Cavanaugh, Secretary
Elmer Meulendyke, Treasurer
Henry Griffith, President
Mary Wardwell, Vice-President
Charlotte Marshall, Secretary
Elizabeth Newman, Treasurer
Titles of Articles Highlighted with Authors
OUR SCHOOL, Robert Tyler, 1914
GEOMETRY, Ethel Ferguson, 1915
P. H. S. 1793-1913, Helen C. Addicott, 1913
CURRENT EVENT DAY, Helen C. Addicott, 1913
SCHOOL SPIRIT, M. H. S., 1913
THE TWO DECISIVE GAMES, Grace Smith, 1915
THE CAMP FIRE GIRLS, Mildred Walton, 1916
A SCHOOL IN ANCIENT ROME, M. D. Crofoot
DEAN BAKER GIVES TALK ON FORESTRY
HOW THE RABIT HAPPENED TO COME AT EASTER, Margaret Miller, 1915
MR. SHERWIN TALKS ON COLLEGES
MR. DENNY'S TALK ON "THE WILD MAN OF BORNEO"
GRADUATION CLASS OF 1912
It is interesting to know that the graduation class of 1912 is representing P. H. S. in different colleges and schools.
David Aldrich is at Hamilton College; Catherine Burke is now at the City Hospital in Rochester, studying to become a trained
Harold Burke is at Notre Dame College in Notre Dame, Indiana.
Robert Dixon is now taking a post graduate course preparing to enter Syracuse University where he expects to take a course on electrical engineering.
Agnes Duffy is in the training class preparing to become a teacher.
Marion Ferguson is at her home in Skaneateles.
Lois Fish is in Auburn, where she is taking a post graduate course.
Frederick Griffith is at Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y.
Lena Hardy is at the Geneseo Normal.
John Hickey is employed in Sexton's bank.
Michael Hickey is staying at home for the year.
Henry Mitchell is employed in the Post Office of this village.
Herbert Smith is attending the Syracuse University, where he is taking up a course in Forestry.
Raymond Bogardus is employed at Gardner's grocery store of this place.
Miss Marguerite Cavanaugh of Cortland Normal visited the High School during her recent vacation.
Miss Mary Wardwell, former Vice-President of the junior class, is now attending school at Salem, Mass.
Miss Flossie See of Port Gibson, spent Friday, March 7, at our High School.
Miss Viola Sabedra brought her friend, Miss Wella Harmon, of West High School, Rochester, to visit our school a few days ago.
Miss Marjorie Sabedra, now studying to be a nurse at the Rochester Homeopathic Hospital, is speedily recovering from a recent operation for appendicitis.
Miss Marion Ferguson, of the class of 1912, is now at her home in Skaneateles.
The Misses Miriam Jones, Martha Walker, Grace Taylor, Mildren Bareham, Mary Schotland McLouth, Gladys Hennessy and the Messrs. Cuyler Hunt, Lucien Barcham, Herbert Smith, John Rushmomre, Frederick Griffith and Herbert Boynton attended the Christmas celebration of the High School. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were also present at the Christmas celebration and each received a suitable present.
Mr. Van Overbake, our worthy janitor, was presented with a box of cigars and cries of "speech, speech" brought a very kind response from him. Mrs. Baker and Mr. Swetman each had previously been given a large box of candy.
HERE AND THERE
Jenner Hennessy, a senior at Rochester University, visited several of the classes during one of his vacations.
John Hickey is now clerking in the First National Bank of Palmyra.
Gladys Anderson has entirely recovered from her recent operation for appendicitis.
Miss Marguerite Nash often visits our High School.
Miss Mary Cavanaugh spent a merry week with her sister, at Cortland Normal, a short time ago.
Miss Caroline McLouth attended the Junior prom at Hamilton College.
Harold Burke of Notre Dame, Indiana, was home for the Christmas vacation.
Miss Esther Holoway, now working in Lawyer Congdon's office, is a frequent visitor at P. H. S.
Ray Converse the present truant officer, is often seen gracing our school.
Palmyra High School Basketball Team
S. Hutchins, Center
M. Stebbins, L. Forward
R. Dixon, R. Forward
O. Meulendyke, L. Guard
E. Meulendyke, R. Guard
H. Dixon, L. Guard and L. Forward
H. Griffith, R. Guard
J. Vanoverbake, L. Guard
G. Foster, R. Guard
L. Wiley, R. Forward
Seven from last years team:
Elmer Meulendyke, Oswald Meulendyke, R. Dixon, M. Stebbins, Henry Griffith, S. Wiley and S. Hutchkins.
TENNIS and VOLLEY BALL
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