Adams High School - Hilltop Yearbook (Adams, NY)

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VVAGNER CHARLES KIUZEVVICH FRANCIS NIOORE HELEN HOUSE JULIUS HUGHES NORMAN iX'lENARD IJONALD Row Circulation Managers WVALLACE COREY, HELEN ix4ISCZUK Staff Advisor , MISS EDITH LAWSON ------------------A--A------- g:: II II II II II II II II I I II II II II II II II I I II II II II II I 0 I II II II II II II II II II II I II II II II II II II II I II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II .04 ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL We, the Senior Class of I933, respectfully dedicate this bool: to Miss Edith D. Lawson as a tribute to her untiring patience and effort in our behalf u. u. 4 I- In S. O :- -1 ':'. I nu I ff' enard, H. House. 61' Wagn Moore, C. zuk. N, SC H Front Row- -W. Corey, D. Row, Miss E. Lawson, C. Guzewich. J. HUQNGS- OW Back R Q . .Q " L. wi 3 LEM, - ROLL CALL - R. R. A1.1,r:x F. O. li.-xknrn IJ. A. BROWN F. -I. KE1,l,OOc: IC. IJ. LAWSON G. XI. LDLIEF XI. H. REED F. N. Scuolxrz L. C. STONE F. G. XVOODSIDE XI. A. C,m11f,xNx' l. C. DON.-xI,D XI. A. F1,m1lNO G. L. FREEMAN G. IJ. H.n1x1ON1J F. li. H,uuuNc:'1'ON li. L. HERPY lf. L. KmB,xl,1. l. A. R.-xwuxus IC. N. Svmzs Principal Yice-Principal :xml Science Physica Latin :md Algebra XI2lfllCIH1ll'lCS French :mal English Umnestic Science History l Iilllllllflllll :incl Civics Comniercizxl lfnglish :xml lJl'IlI1lZll'lCS Klusic :mal Drawing Second Grzule Junior High Kindergarten 'lihird Cirzule Junimr High Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Fourth Gracie First firzule FACULTY THE Miss Freeman. Miss Harpy, OWI1, Br ss Donald, Miss T1 S0 -Miss Kimball, Miss Law W Ro Top Harrington bur, Mrs. Bar Miss Reed. Mr. ss KeII099. Principal Roy R. Allen, Scholl.: T. rs. Campany OW ddeR Sykes. SS Stone, Mrs. Fleming, Miss Ollef, Mi Miss Mrs. Hammond, Rawl ngs side, Mrs. Bottcm Row-Mrs Wood Jennie R A Donald L Alton Col L Net 'I' Nat H Milford Wad E X'Villi2lm F Leli A Nor ll Ned BI O Helen Ho Lf Juliu S Allen C He L Gordon B A Ruth Uztvi S Klary Lou S CLASS ROLL msey :mfear lins tie Taber Robert Rli O des V Zin xvhirfmd F ffmk 5180110 ,Q lvilliur Sax 'll ton Lirglwn Ric H ard Sinclair Lflrfmfm Ilor l is Wfillizims an Blenmd VVullz1ce Co R ey me Doro T hy Talcott SF L 'Y KI'Czb Hughes ut L 1 e lzlrlce Bet 'll ty XVood en Klisczuk Irene H ibbzlrd rker Ca R l VV:1gner Nu E llz1York teele K E nneth lVe:1l . 'Nl ' -.rink .. .1- if- - ' iff' ,vtfZ'KFf5TH" iv L' -fsfzrcfn.. .:f:5fb'J' ' E .3 ,ffefrv ---aa:-if, GORDON BARKER "Barley l, Z, 3, 43 Dramatic Club Q2Dg Baseball "First, let's kill all the lawyers!" RUTH DAVIS 1, 2, 3, 4. HO, be my friend, and teach 1ne to be thine." ALLEN CLARKE "Lefty" l, 2, 3, -lg lnter-class basketball team Q-H 5 Baseball C-H. "There is more in me than appears on the surface." l, 2, 3, -lg Girl Scouts. "Silence is a virtue." VVALLACE E. COREY "W11l1y"' l, 2, 3, -lg Co-Klanaging Editor of the "News Real", Circulation Man- ager of "Hilltop.H "Life's a jest and all things show ir." ...,, - , .... . '1'4'!5:1l 17 A , A, .63-5,1 A : Img... ,I . .q3,,A5c4 T: l . 1 5' A wp-4 .. I V- qv 5,- 4Qg,Qf-dea, f" Af- 5-1, E f - . :u.'-e.w'ffi5,,, E81 LELIA EASTXIAN "SusieJ' Avlis C' 'W ffl f 1 ' qgijntygigg- -Q, ffvn. "' E I - ALTON COLLINS "dit" l, 2, 3, -lg Associate Editor of the 'News Real." "Oaths are but wordsf' HELEN HOUSE "Tale" l, 2, 3, 4, French Club, Dramatic Club, Girl Scouts, Soccer, Basket- ball Klanager C4D 3 Secretary of Class C233 Reporter of Class CSD, C455 Art Editor of "Hilltop.y' Nl-lappy art thou, for thou art a Senior." VVILLIAM FURGISON "Bill" "He was a man take him for all Y in allf' IRENE HIHBARD "Rene" l, 2, 3, -lg Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Soccer. "A serpent with an angel's voice." JULIUS HUGHES "Skinny" l, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee Club CZD3 Foul-Shooting Champion C4-J 3 Base- ball Cl, Zjg lnterclass Basketball CZ, -l-D, Football C2, 3, -Hg Soccer Cljg Secretary of Class C-Hg Sports Editor of A'Hilltop'l Citizens Trust Co. Prize CZIQ Historian. ...- "l aspire to greatness." N113 -4... .' -, 2- wgkhf- '-.. E, E f -- . 1.42-Lufjm. l9l . .uisf .25-3:14-.,..' Ar- f-"2 ' - vtfiofiwt --rfrcfn. .2 -' - -.ee-.g,,, E 5 AQQXH ---.z.:f.i. DONALD LANFEAR "Don" l, 2, 3, 45 Art Editor, typist for HNevVs Realm, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 45 3 Basketball 1453 Soccer 115, Inter- class Baseball 135 3 Interclass Basket- ball 145. 4'With the smile that was childlike and bland." HELEN MISCZUK "Tr'rrj"' l, 2, 3, 4, Girl Scoutsg Circulation llanager of 'kNews Real" 13, 453 Circulation Klanager of "Hilltopl'g 4-H Club 135. "There swims no goose so gray but sooner or later she finds some honest gander to be her mate." NORRIAN NIENARD 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club Plays 12, 355 Baseball 12, 355 Football 1253 Vice-President of Class 12, 455 Business Nlanager of k'News Realm 135, Editor 145 5 Assistant Business Nlanager of "Hilltop" 135 5 Business llanager 1453 HNews Real" Court- esy Prize 135g Valedictorian. 'AWorth makes the man, and want of it the fellowf' Home Economics Club. l'Frailty, thy name is woman." FRANCIS MOORE "Ned" 1, 2, 3, 43 Co-llanaging Editor of the "News Realm, Dramatic Club, Vice-President of Class 135. "Your wit makes wise things foolishf' .M - .. . QP: "l'5X:sf. :."'P" - ' 'f :. l QT. 5' .. ,,,' '- ,. ., 1,1- 4Q,,Qf4::..,. -AE' Af- 2 5 f 4 . :4,..-:.S-lim. l10l LUCY BICCABE "Lou" 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Glee Club, .A zwhbibgi ' ' ' - . 'wg ' 3-gqka. . 5- ,x gg,,:.5f": ' .fe'lW5'i2- 3' i Nifffifua T ' ROBERT RHODES "Pinkie" 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club C3, fHg Baseball Cl, 2, 3, -H 3 Basketball Cl, 2, 3, -Hg Football Cl, 3, -Hg Soccer CZJ 3 Treasurer of Class CZJ. "Pleasure and action make the hours seem short." I, 2, 3, 43 Senior Glee Club Cl, 2, 35. ' l'Affection stirs her spirit up.'l WILBUR SAXTON "Sax" l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club C2, 3, -Hg Baseball Cl, 2, 3, -Hg Football Cl, 2, 3, -Hg Captain C425 Basket- ball Cl, 2, 3, -H3 Soccer, Interclass Basketball C3, -Hg Assistant Coach of Baseball C315 Vice-President of A. A., President of Freshman Class. "Some men are born to feast and not to fightf' BIARY LOU STEELE "Lou" l, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club C2, 3, -Hg Girls, Glee Club C2, 3Dg Girl Scouts, Interclass League Committee CfHg Basketball C3, LH, lnterclass Basketball C2, 'Hg Class Secretary CID, Winner of 2nd prize, Prize Speaking Contest C-H. "Argue she could though van quishedf' FRANK SISCHO "Hank" l, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club C229 Dramatic Club C2, 3, -Hg Dramatic Club Play C413 Interscholastic Prize Speaking C3Jg Sports Editor of "News Real" C-Hg Football C2, 3, 'Hg Soccer CH, Interclass Basket- ball C2, -Hg President of Class ZC, 35, President of A. A. C435 Presi- dent of Interclass League Committee C-Hg Prize for interscholastic Prize Speaking C353 Senior Play "The Wren will fight the owl." g g - llll JENNIE RANISEY HJIIIIFU F' .- :rlx2"19'g' ' ' ' 'QL wrt- 9-gran.. .' :,. ,xo - .,-1-urzvgfn.. 3' ' .fyfm-:fe,., .Ig:fi"'bMf at Hif+ee IEE. gif ,axe '-aw- RICHARD SINCLAIR "Dick" 1, 2, 3, 4, hlgr. Baseball C213 Football C31. 'iNot that l loved study less, but that l loved fun more." NETTIE TABER l, 2, 3, 45 Girl Scouts. "We only know-She came and wentf' CARL WAGNER 3, 4, Editor of HHilltop" C415 Editor of "News Realm C415 Dra- matic Clubg lnterclass Basketball C215 Treasurer of Class C41g As- sistant Editor of "Hilltop" C31g As- sistant Business llanager of "News Real" C31. "Laugh not too much, the witty man laughs leastf' DOROTHY TALCOTT "Dot" 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Scouts, Dramatic Club C2, 3, 413 lwanager of Girls' Basketball C315 Secretary of Class C31. "For now my love is thawed." KIILFORD WADE "JlIilf" 1, 2, 3, 4, French Clubg Basket- ball Cl, 2, 3, 41 3 Captain C415 Base- ball Cl, 2, 3, 415 Interclass Basket- ball Captain "These are the times that try men's souls." -,ini 4- . . , , --f.'.',:re1 Qfl '-'Sim-.L -.gr-2. .. - -fwfr: .. 5 4 4' -- ,, l12l .- :7fP"b'-' H.. . -1' a'-2-1.,..,' .r- ic- - i' ' .sgejvnppzrt mm ii,-fkfeh "' fvfa 'lie ii' .aah Awww NATHAN WHITFORD "Nate" l, 2, 3, 45 High School Orchestrag Football HA foot so light, a step so true." DORIS WILLIAKIS "DIJIlj", l, 2, 3, 45 Girl Scoutsg Glee Club C3, 45 5 Dramatic Club Q45. "Grace was in all her steps Heaven in her eyef, ELIZABETH WOOD "Betty" I, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club Cl, 2, 3, 455 Glee Club Cl, 2, 355 "The Pot Boilery' C455 Prize Speaking Q35 5 Secretary of A. A. Q35 5 Treas- urer of Class C355 President of A. A. C355 Treasurer of Class K355 President of Class 145. L'Genteel in personage, conduct, and equippagefl 1, 2, 3, 45 Football Q3, 45. Ml came, l saw, l conqueredf, NUELLA YORK "IN'1n1ir l, 2, 3, 45 Girl Scoutsg Salutator- ian of Class. "If it's all the same to you- l'll take my time." l13l KENNETH WEAL "Prof" .." ,- . I .-.0 . H I., , . . 'Nl G32-,+:,s. . ' :.. . .. .-A .. ...- If ai. . 4 ,lvl mv. History MOTTO "Farm non X0lllI1id" fDeeds not dreamsl Class Colors: GREEN AND SILVER Class Flower: XVHITE ROSE OFFICERS BETTY WOOD ,.,. A .,E.,,-,E,E.E.,..- Y .,v,E,E..E.Y.E.,, , U-. President NORMAN MENARD ...e.EeeE UCLA ee,.,EE,eeeeee.,e..,eeee Vice-President JULIUS HUGHES ee,e,e., ...Y ,WL e,e.EE.. .CW ,,eeeE. L,-.LC,LL Secretary CARL WAGNER- .,,,,L,,,L,L,L,v, L ....LvLLLL,L, ., .,L,L,L,. Treasurer MISS EDITH LAWSON Us LLLL .. -- ,,.LLLLLLL, ,.e.-L-C, L,.,.L. LLL Class Advisor ROLL CALL ALLEN CLARKE WALLACE COREY ALTON COLLINS WILLIAM FURGISON LELIA EASTMAN GORDON BARKER RUTH DAVIS ROBERT RHODES RICHARD SINCLAIR MARY LOU STEELE NETTIE TABER JENNIE RAMSEY WILBUR SAXTON FRANK SISCHO HELEN HOUSE DOROTHY TALCOTT IRENE HIBBARD LUCY NICCABE DONALD LANFEAR NIILFORD WADE NORMAN MENARD CARL WAGNER HELEN lVIISCZUK NATHAN WHITEORD JULIUS HUGHES KENNETH WEAL FRANCIS MOORE NUELLA YORK DORIS WILLIAMS ELIZABETH WOOD SUMMARY RECISELY four years ago last September a large group of green WWWA ""' - dm' 'thAd'HWShl'fhm youngsters starte eIr career In e ams lg c oo as res en. Although many have left the ranks of our class, others have taken J " their places until we now have about the Same number of Seniors as there were Freshmen. A noteworthy Staff of oHicerS was appointed and although few activities were carried on we had a few happy times such as a picnic and tureen. In our Sophomore year we were much older and knowledge was developed fast. Our oflicers Were well selected with Frank Sischo, presidentg Norman -... ,, . 4 -"' i I7-WA 1. 'ISM-.:.4 ,, EEEEE5NvN'AN465EZSSL.-iifiEF"'Egifix E2.ii!!lEE? !42SF?ffV5gf" 'aiiiiaa l14l , . ii.-:an .. ' 'P .' , . M at-i " ...tg 1 Blenard, vice-president, Helen House, secretaryg Juanita Shutts, treasurer, Richard Sinclair, reporter and iVIiss Gale, advisor. The Junior year was given over to parties and after Easter, dances. Two well planned dances were held including the Junior Prom. Food sales were also held and the money obtained from all was to be used for the Senior Washington Trip. Frank Sischo was again elected for presidentg Francis Nloore, vice-presidentg Dorothy Talcott, secretaryg Betty Wood, treasurer, Helen House, reporter and lliss Lawson, advisor. Last September on returning to A. H. S. immediate plans were made for numerous activities by which to enlarge the Washington fund. Elizabeth Wood was chosen president, Norman Blenard, vice-president, Julius Hughes, secretary, Carl Wagner, treasurer, Helen House, reporter and Nliss Lawson, advisor. Several dances were held, all with orchestral arrangements by Ray Laliounty and his orchestra. During Easter vacation it was impossible to take the long hoped for trip to Washington. Although we were greatly disappointed it was decided to take a trip after graduation was over. So our high school career is over and we should like, many of us, to have it over again with all the joys and entertainments as well as sorrows. The Faculty The faculty as a whole is decidedly grand, But think! alone, how long would they stand? Of course, Klr. Allen is hard and stern But his true character we cannot learn. Air. Barbur is some scientist, so ,tis said, Wonder if 'twas this wore the hair off his head? Coach Scholtz is married-a very good thing! For of his handsome self all the girls could sing. And hereis Bliss Reed, quiet and reserved, But in History with hot life you are served. So wickedly Bliss Olief looks down on us all- We're afraid that from Grace she'll soon fall. Mrs. Woodside is very, very strictg If she lacked a sense of humor we'd all be licked. lWiss Lawson's chin may quiver with laughter But we have to pay for our fun by studying right after. . .. . - , .- . .v-it E151 v" IISU? 6. .4 .- D . ,:q,- 'Q-g:,4,:L'3 .tr -- E 3 Af-.ww ' B1 Blrs. Campany's swing of a baton stands aloneg We would suggest a band of her Own. Bliss Kellogg really should teach English, you know, For she always wants us to speak just so-so At basketball Bliss Brown is a fiend: On the court she should be seen. .IiLfY:Rr' '-'-3.1. 'A Bliss Stone is small and a. trifle coy- And the breaks she makes are her classes' joy! And now, dear friends, after play and fun, VVe'll have to admit we appreciate each one. BOYS NORMAN NIENARD L ALTON COLLINS LLL GORDON BARKER LL NIILFORD WADE LLL KENNETH WEAL LL NATHAN WHITEORD JULIUS HUGHES LL VVILBUR SAXTON LL WVILBUR SAXTON LL CARL WAGNER FRANK SISCHO . L L ALLAN CLARKE LLL ROBERT RHODES L. L RICHARD SINCLAIR L KENNETH WEAL LL FRANK SISCHO LLL. WILBUR SAXTON LL FRANK SISCHO LL BIILFORD WADE LLL NORMAN NIENARD L RICHARD SINCLAIR L ROBERT RHODES LLL RICHARD SINCLAIR L WILBUR SAXTON FRANK SISCHO LLLL Mary Bishop, '35 Senior Class Awards Buslest LLLLLLLLLLL L LLLLL Nlost Courteous LLLLLLLL L liost Absent-minded Class Curly Head LLLLLLLL Class Brunette LLLLL L LLLL L Class Blond LL LLLLLLLLL L Best Worker LLLLLLLLLLL Did the most for A. H. S.LL Most Humorous LLLL LLLLL lVIOst Capable LLLLLLLLLL L Best Actor-Actress Quietest LLLLLLLL LLLLLLLL Class Blusher LLLLLLLLLL. L llost Talkative L LLLL LLL LL Gloomiest LLLLLLLLL L ..L LL Klost llusical LLLLL L LLLLL Best Dancer LLLLLLL L LLLLL Pepplest LLLL LLLLL LLLLLLL Best Looking LLLLLLLLLLL. Xlost Ambitious LLLL LLLLL Laziest LLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Best Sport LLLLLLLL LLLLLL Biggest Bluffer LLLLLLLLLL Best Athlete LLLLL LL LLLLL llost Popular LLLLLLLLLLL mn. ..-.. . I L. .QV 41-':.'-Jw 3 5 U61 GIRLS NUELLA YORK BETTY WOOD JENNIE RAMSEY LUCY MCCABE TALCOTT-- C Ramsey IRENE HIBBARD HELEN NIISCZUK BETTY WOOD IRENE HIBBARD BETTY WOOD FFALCOTT NETTIE TABER JENNIE RAMSEY TALCOTT NUELLA YORK DORIS WILLIAMS MARY LOU STEELE IRENE HIBBARD LUCY MCCABE HELEN MISCZUK NUELLA YORK MARY LOU STEELE LUCY MCCABE MARY LOU STEELE BETTY WOOD QL... N - 14'-'9+f'im- .Yanze G. Barker A. Clarke A. Collins VV. Corey R. Davis L. Eastman W. Furgison I. Hibbard H. House J. Hughes D. Lanfear L. XlcCabe N. Menard H. Nlisczuk F. Moore J. Ramsey R. Rhodes W. Saxton R. Sinclair F. Sischo KI. Steele N. Taber D. 'Ilalcott KI. Wade C. Wagner K. Weal N. Whitford D. Williams . Wood 1 if 4: ' . gquggvig- -I, Hn, So That Ye May Know Them flppears Dreary Frivolous Ready for a fight Big and handsome Interested in Clifford Clumsy Every other Childish Friendly Loquacious Lazy Blustering Pansy Ambitious At dances Inquisitive Slow Comical Klischievous Arguing Arguing Quiet Happy Dreamy Lonely Stupid In a hurry Stately Ambitious day E , N. York Sleepy vvxfxQ-,0"'-AK , E. 1.9. .- .qyfg "Es ,H 5. .. -f n.. -x. 111 1950 Pet Saying Studying Bkp. Awl Shut up Bachelor Ohl 'l'hat's alright llinister ls that so? Big game hunter Scram Seamstress Gwan Dieting No? Nlechanic Keep quiet With the follies Oh! You Keeping house Oh yeah? Pres. of Aeronautic bureau Sure Playing with the N. Y. Yankees Cut it out Dietitian How do you know? Electrical Eng. Come on Singer l don't know I-Iibbard's second fiddle Sh! American Beauty Oh! youi- Politician Get! Coach of Notre Uh! you don't Dame say Wrestler Boy, can I take it Playing in a night club Clear out! VVashing dishes Ol now Hairdresser Alright Nurse Yeah Behind the bar Go on with you Publisher Yumpin Yiminy Civil Engineer Heat it Nlilking cows Come bossy Keeping house Shut up Actress Huh? Cheer leader of a college What? H V 'Girls-.1 l17l . 1.v-.' "--.Vila Pastime llovies Baseball Talking to Jenny Trapping Staying at home Riding Avoiding girls Dances With Tede Talking Playing cards Riding With Betty joking Eating E Visiting With Pony With Doris Fishing Riding in a Rumble seat Talking to Vinty Reading With boys Smoking Swimming Flirting Flying Thinking of Leonard C. Making Cakes Day dreaming ' .l I : 4 "t'7t""ia'?h, . ' "ff f-'4 ' - WSFXEZ7 ':':':'y. 1 : ' '-'-stiif, As We See Them The Lone Cowboy",W-W Hero of the Air" ,,,,, Fighting the Flying Circus" -W .,,., WWW .WW..W- W-..Wallace Corey Sailing Alone Around the Worldl'WW Robinson Crusoe" ,,,,,,,,,, W Fighter of Fate" ,.,,, , Nlother Knows Best"WW A Watcher in the YV0ods,' A Wanderer in London", Haunter of Silence"W,W- The Old-Fashioned Girl" ,,,, Louder, Pleasel"WW, I South Sea Idle",-w Polly With a Past"W A. , The Deserter"WW If I Were King"-W. Sense and Sensibility"W Love Comes Riding"W, Romantic Comedians"W, The Beloved Vagahond'l,W Napoleon" ,,,,,,, 7 W, The Log of a Cowhoy'lW The Tattooed lXIan"W, The Spy" Ye... W. w...,, W Seein' Things at Nightueo The Homemaker"-,WW The Big Year",Wo, The Lost W0rld,',W The Cathedral",,, The Age of Innocence if I . .,,i-EF: WWJulius Hughes W .,Y.e ,Frank Sischo -W.WNathan Whitford --WJohn Chapman ,WGordon Barker WWDonald Lanfear W,WWilliam Furgison W,WCarl Wagner ---,-, Ruth Davis WWA Helen llisczuk WW, Helen House ,WVVilbur Saxton WW Robert Rhodes WW Irene Hibbard WWNorman Nlenard WWWBetty Wood W-WDoris Williams WWShutts and Holley WWCharles Guzewich ,WW Richard Owen ,WWAlberto Stevens WWVVilliam Nutting WW,Bruce Hagan W-Ronald Carroll WW Roxina Huson WWWWWl932-33 ,WWWHistory C. Class Adams High School QU ,The Present Generation EEEESPvAvAsaassss:..22?E2r"'EEEESK E2f,,,i EE? 724HFist-seiS+-..ss2E2saJ'v'sf1bssEa E181 Mi' l ' ..,, nf M 9 'N M Wllmjl' ---5 Z 4 - - M W 'Q M V. Q3 X 1 ,jf NWN 'ju Y' ..fx, , ,,M 7 Mwkyf R f- '-fj7.,-j.:::r:- ' if' ,--C J?1',':Z.TTC1 " ,-iii, l-"'.2'f""""'N 'V' .591-N -rvjlzf' . 1 I-7.4--a 'Aish x M M Q, 4 ,"x,,..A,...,-.. 12:-' "' N 1 .Ly eng., -'.' Q ,v'1"i'-79Q:2"' .fgtft ,A y.. .I .- zqgivisyryli 'I .NGS 155-y,,,,, 5 :vt fr, f f f . - A.. , .. E 3 , ,..,, .,,,,1fr, . , A ,,.fgL,i -..,, , Front. Row-A. Stevens, E. Houghtaling, R. Overton, E. Snyder, I. Williams, D. Moore. Second Row-L. Dorr, D. Mcchesney, H. Barney, D. Taber, V. Reed. B. Peyton, J. Stillman. Third Row---W. Holley. F. Richmond, D. Row, Miss D. Brown, Advisor: C. Guzewich, E. Gibbs. J. Hodkinson, I. Bundy. Class of l93l-L W?i31irmmiJR the pas.t.year eighteen Juniors have been working together, under the supervision of Kllss Brown, for the same good, QLCYUIIQ themselves ready to carry on the work of the previous seniorrclass, keeping up the in honor list and making the school better in athletics and dramatics. lVe have shown our ability to work together hy partaking in many school activities. The Junior girls won the Basketball Tournament. VVe also put on il chapel program which was very successful. Since Easter we have heen trying our luck at making money hy selling candy and having a dance. Un June 16 we plan to end our wholly successful year hy a dance given in honor of the departing Senior class. Officers for the year were: President . . Rosiexlakv OvER'1'oN Vice-President .. Ersn. SNYDER Secretary .,,AI,BER1'O STEvENs Treasurer -. ,-.-RosAx1oNo VV.-XGNER Rosamond XVagner hecame Klrs. Case and lsahel XVilliams assumed the office of 'l'reasurer. -ajax. ,rw 1-. WW - 1.3. 44,,yu,... -' Af- -ma.. .E ... E , " ,-:'.-H l20l I 5 0 3 ,Q !.9l,4,, -' 1'v"4lrh:.1.. . wi f as-4' Front Row-H. Roberts, M. Bishop, B. lllingworth, E. Hibbard, M. Kaban, G. Davidson. Second Row-M. Stanley, L. Kirshner, M. Gates, Miss Stone, Advisor: P. Remington Patten, L. Nichols. Third Row-J. Adams, B. Wagoner, D. Clarke, M. Presley, A. Thomas. Back Row-M. Weldon, R. Bostwick, R. Carroll, L. Woodward, K. Hughes, D. Bostwick, W. Quinn. Sophmore Notes HE Sophomore class held their first meeting last fall. The follow were elected as officers: President H. . , . ,W AI.-XRIE G.A'l'ES Vice-President , W, , ,, CHARLES CASE Secretary , -,-P01,1.v REx11Ncs1'oN Treasurer W-, - . ,, .. HOWARD BERRY Reporter-, E . X, ,, H.AROl.D 'FOOTELL Class Advisor , ,. ,. Miss STONE A Halloween party, held at the schoolhouse, was our main activity this Our boys' and girls' basketball teams each won their share of games. .V -V., - ? "-Eire., Q- 2 E.. .5 "'-- E221 'ing year. Q wr ""+1 f Q F3 FS D M 6' af, I, I f 41 xyf' u x ' 2 '1 X cs 7 1' 1' K QQ , sa ji I f 1 I , " Q I ,fl , :J QDQE, .- :iTi5"'5255h,l-. V 'wg' gggrzam .' ..- ,iw - A 9 465-ag.i,j" vja'1L1':'5g-- av 6' -fgfffrqfn.. --ffifiirmv -'A' 'w+a."E. eil asv- ajhw Front. Row--W. Turnbull, W. Dryden, C. Delano, R. Spies, H. Berry, W. Woodall, M. Demido. Second Row-D. Davis, C. M. Sovey, M. Reed, D. Wagoner, I. Dillenbeck, J. Piddock, R. Dening, M. Scales, V. Hess, C. King. L. Barden, T. Lyman, F. Jones. Third Row-N. Saxton, M. Quinn, M. Hibbard, M. Vickery, 0. Britton, G. Dobbin, M. Roberts. R. Seaman, A. Greenley, L. Rhodes, C. Kirk. Back Raw-H. Miller, G. Quinn, L. Fostin, J. Walker, C. Taylor, R. Guzewich, J. Wagner, E. Chrysler, R. Zufell., J. Richmond. E. Walrath, Principal R. R. Allen. Freshman Notes HE first freshman meeting was held in September for election Of ll Officers The followinf oilicers were elected: . .... si lly t, - .Aix President , ,,.,, We eeeee -JOHN RICHMOND Vice-President .-.W - ,,,,, .. ,,,,, LELAND RHODES Secretary -.-en .. ,,,, .., We W-.. KIICHAEL DEMIDO Treasurer - .,,.,,,,,, ,,..,.,,DOROTHY WAGON ER Class Advisor .,.,,-,,,--.,.. .-,..--,ihIR, R. ALLEN The Freshman boys and girls had basketball teams this year and played in the interclass games. Both teams played in the championship play-Off but lost. -.hi i , . .. --'-txrgf: :ffl ,. -11335, , ga' . - V: - - 4 5' ...IW ...I A' ...f -wi. E 'LJ E . Q... ' t AQ-"-""'1m i241 Tl Y I "lx X JM!! X X S!! H ' ' W In FOOT BALL SQUAD N Whitford, V. Greenley, Manager Rice. rnbull, R. Rhodes, K. Weal, Tu C. Coach Scholtz, Standin Berry. de:-, F. Slscho, Capt. Saxton, R. Sinclair, L. McCabe. H. od H ughes, G. H I1 itti S .- . . ,qi ' 5igg,4,,,, 4- :,. ,y f . V 4952-'iii' i 'WZKFEZ' L -'Yf'3'ffw -:fig he Varsity Football DARIS High School has passed through its second year as member of the Frontier Football League. Other members were Alexandria Bay, Brownville, Clayton, Pulaski and Sackets Harbor. Coach Scholtz formed a light but efficient football machine from twelve lettermen and some new material. ln the first game of the season, played with Adams Center, Adams showed its strength by winning 20 to 6. The following Saturday the team journeyed to Sackets Harbor where it was defeated. However, since Sackets had three in- eligible men, they were forced by the Frontier League Council to forfeit the game to Adams l to 0. The following week Clayton came to Adams all set to win, but when the game ended Adams was on top with a score of 13 to 7. Brownville and Adams fought a real battle of wits and brawn on the football field the following Saturday. The game ended with a 6 to 6 tie. The teams were evenly matched. In the last two league games Adams met defeat from Alexandria Bay and from Pulaski. With winning four games, losing two, and tying one, the team enjoyed a very successful season and was at the top of the league until the very last game. To see who would have second place in the Frontier league, Adams played Pulaski at Adams. The heaviest team played against the lightest team in the league. The field was a sea of mud and the air very cold. As a result, Adams was defeated by a large score. Lettermen are as follows: Capt. W. Saxton, R. Rhodes, K. Weal, R. Sinclair, Hughes, L. flIcCabe, F. Sischo, C. Turnbull, and N. Whitfcmrdg VVm. Rice, Rlgr. GAMES PLAYED Adams 20 Adams Center 6 At Adams l Sackets Harbor O Sackets Harbor 13 Clayton 7 Adams 6 Brownville 6 Adams 21 Adams Center 0 Adams Center 7 Alex. Bay I3 Alex. Bay 0 Pulaski I2 Adams J. E. H. l27l GIRLS' BASKETBALL SQUAD Snyder, verton, nqton, R. 0 Remi son, A. mngton, R. Hu Re ltz, R. ho Sc Coach Standin Manager House. Roberts. ney, H. 5 Reed, D. McCh d. V. 'Fl chmo L. Ri Cap Castor, Ie. D. 86 J. Shut1.S, M. L. St 9... Sittin .- :yu."isa.,A., Q ,sq Y ,P-g.,f,,, , :,. ,y. . I 1 i . ie2,kf'7E'51' M' I 1' Ugg, M' ' 4 ' ' f '5"fb, - .-QQ.. --...-.ua Girls' Varsity Basketball ppfaai-l,q 1'l'H nine varsity- girls hack for another season of Basketball, Coach Scholtz saw a wonderful season "kl ,,1lll,l ahead, and he was right. Adams had the best Girls' 'rf Basketball team ever. Throughout the entire season Adams played a total of 115 fifteen games and lost only one to Pulaski 38-29. T A thing that is not to be overlooked is the fact that the s Adams girls defeated the Trinity girls of Watertown 26-18, X' who had won fifty straight games before this oneg also, the defeat of Pulaski 25-19, after they had won forty-five straight games. Adams High is proud of its girls' team. Adams and the Pulaski girls played for the Championship at lllannsville in which Adams was defeated 37-19. The Girls who made their letter are: Capt. F. Richmond, J. Shutts, R. Huson, D. KIcChesney, H. Roberts, E. Snyder, V. Reed, A. Remington, D. Castor, R. Remington, R. Over- QAS ton, Xl. Lou Steele, and H. House, Xlgr. ti-1 GAMES PLAYED Adams 26 Klannsville 8 Klann. 28 Klannsville 12 Adams 25 Copenhagen 16 Adams 36 Beaver Falls 1 1 Adams +15 Sandy Creek 10 Adams 20 VVatertown Alumni I2 Adams 34 Alumni 19 Adams 26 'Trinity 18 Adams +31 Belleville 9 Belleville 32 Watertown Alumni 23 Adams 1625 Pulaski 19 Adams +29 Pulaski 38 Pulaski 1125 Belleville 17 Adams 21 VVatertown H. S. 19 Adams +19 Sandy Creek 16 Sandy Creek CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY OFF 19 Pulaski 37 Klannsville 'League Games. J. E. II - .. ""if:-EV! A Yi P" ' :. . . 1291 BOYS' BASKETBALL SQUAD DeMarse, Manager Clarke, anager Griggs, an, Coach Scholtz, R. Rhodes, F. TTI LY nd ng-0. Sta Owen. R. Wilson. W. Saxton, Capt. Wade, V. Greenley, L. McCabe. in D. Sit! E 3 ,R , . M Boys Varsity Basketball .,,, HERE was a large squad of hasketeers who reported at the beginning of the season. Coach Scholtz with I if live lettermen and some new material formed a pretty Q3 good team. X' Adams played altogether fifteen games of which they lost r Q - six and won nine. Despite the losing games, it was considered a fairly good season. The lertermen are: Capt. KI. Wade, O. Lyman, F. Griggs, D. Row, D. lVilson, R. Owen, L. hlcCabe, and Co-hlgrs. VVm. Dellarse and D. Clarke. QM se GAMES PLAYED Adams 22 Klannsville 18 At Adams 29 Klannsville 21 Hannsville 22 Copenhagen 16 Adams -1-7 Beaver Falls 12 Adams X19 Sandy Creek 15 Adams 30 Deiherts' Priv. Sch. 29 Adams 27 Alumni 19 Adams 29 Deiherts' Priv. Sch. 18 Adams 116 Belleville 37 Belleville 22 Adams Center 25 Adams '19 Pulaski 39 Adams X28 Pulaski 3-lr Pulaski 27 Adams Center 25 Adams Center +23 Belleville 35 Adams X21 Sandy Creek 23 Sandy Creek ?'eLeague Games. VVon 9 Lost 6 J. E. Il E 2 . 5' " Awkwa- 1311 BASEBALL SQUAD Front. Row-J. Hodklnson, 0. Turnbull, D. Clarke, W. Quinn, H. Tousley. Second Row-0. Lyman. D. Lanfear, R. Carroll, Capt. Wade, H. Berry, A. Clarke, W. Rice. Back Row-Coach Scholu. D. Wilson, N. Menard, D. Stoker, B. Thomas, F. Griggs, R. Woodall, Mgr fln frontj R. Williams, Mascot.. 'U"'9iL'?iQ: . we .wtQ'fg.fGi '9lit:EqQ.,, .l5:xi'fEw'I -.,,,- A.-.- Varsity Baseball I EALVTIFUL spring weather saw the A. H. S. l Basehall squad in early training. After Easter 'J' Vacation Coach Scholtz worked with the boys in earnest. NVith Adams winning the hrst three League games and losing one, there is a bright future ahead for the hasehall squad. The game to decide the championship will he played at a neutral field on Saturday, June 10, between the winner and the runner-up in the League. A trophy will he given to the winner. A captain is appointed for each game because the captain elected for this year has left school. The following have played in part or all of the games during the season of 1933: Lanfear, Rice, Klenard, Reg. Carroll, Stoker, Berry, Griggs, Clarke, Thomas. Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams IH., az: 43... 1 -Avf-T'Q-flw . !. J. 11.11. SCHEDULE 12 xAlumni ., 5 . 15 xPulaski -N , , I4 ,, H12 xAdams Center 7 8 Xlfelleville , 7 , 3 XSandy Creek 5 GAMES YET TO BE PLAYED xAdams Center ., . xlielleville W., xSandy Creek , xljulaski ,, E . l:jjf.i32',':- A H rms.. 4 --1 T , 1 sl- -- V. ' L14 UQI1..- -4E3mX 32'- J EE fpaeru' we .asqH, l33l vw-,-.. .we ..... M- - Foul-Shooting Contest the hrst time in the history of the local school, a foul-shooting contest was held for all boys and girls of the High School. lt created ii " f' I a great deal of interest as well as good clean spirit. A1together,:'112 students took part in the foul-shooting contest. There were 74 boys and 38 girls. The boys each shot 25 times and had to make 12 or mord to qualify. The girls shot 15 times and had to make five to qualify. R. Overton and L. Rhodes were the highest, getting 18 out of 25 apiece. In the girls, H. Remington had 12 out of 15. Only 19 girls were able to qualify for the second round. In the boys, only 29 were able to qualify. In the second round the boys had to make 15 out of 25, and the girls 7 out of 15. this round found many of the favorites fall by the wayside. J. Hughes was the' highest, getting 21 out of 25, for the boys. 111. Gates took the honors of the girls in the second round, making 10 out of 15. Only six boys qualified in this round and seven girls were able to qualify. In the third round, which was much harder going, Hughes and A. Clarke took the honors making 22 out of 30, and 18 out of 30 respectively. They were the only two to qualify. ' For the girls, E. Snyder took the honors, making 13 out of 20, with three tied for second place in qualifying, D. 1VIcChesney, V. Reed, R. Huson and a tie-off had to take place, with D. MfcChesney winning. In the finals, the boys had to shoot 50 times and the one who had the highest won. The girls shot 30 times and the highest won. Hughes won by making 39 out of 50 in the boys contest and D. lIcChesney won the girls' contest by making 19 out of 30. J. Hughes made 95 out of 130 during the contest. D. RfIcChesney made 41 out of 80. Both students showed that they were superior to any one in the school in shooting fouls. J. E. H. ,--53 ni, I 1 gif: "ti"?ea,:. 1341 , ,Slug It I I .ni 4 firm-,.. . .iii .. ' Seniors-Juniors Win Inter-Class Championship URING the two weeks right after Basketball season, the Inter-class --1-' l'l"'llim,. . . . games were held and called the largest number into competition of -k,1I,ww,,Ili any sport. The dark horses of the league in both boys and girls were X' Wi the Freshmen teams. The Seniors with three lettermen started the league and seemed to be the team figured to win as well as the Post Graduates. All the games in both leagues were very close and hard-fought. The teams in first and second place played off for the championship. The games were held in place of chapel with the entire student body looking on. ln the boys' playoff, it was between the Seniors and the Freshmen with the Seniors winning the Championship by a wide margin. In the girls' playoff, it was between the Juniors and the Freshmen and a very hard-fought game was played, the Juniors winning by a very close score. INTRA-MURAL GAMES During the last two weeks in llarch, Coach Scholtz ran a program of "intra-mural games," which proved as interesting as the inter-class games. The members of the high school were divided into ten teams with a letter man of basketball as coach for each team. Following is a list of the te ams and their coaches. St. Lawrence ,LW ,,...,,,,.Coach Owen Princeton W ,W ,.-, Coach Greenley Clarkson Tech. W Coach Wade Harvard ,,,,.,,, , . ,Coach RIcCabe Cornell ,W . ....Coach Row Columbia ,, ,.,,,,Coach Sexton Colgate W ,,,,,Coach Wilson Yale W - W, Coach Rhodes Syracuse , ,,,,, , ,,,,,, ..,,,,,., Coach Lyman Notre Dame ,,,,,.,,,,, , , ,,,,,, Coach Griggs SCORE OF GAKIES FIRST GAME Princeton , . . .,,,l0 Yale ,. - I2 St. Lawrence . ,,,. .23 Columbia W, ,- .17 Colgate ,,,.,,,, ,,,, 13 Syracuse , 4 Harvard H ,, - 9 Cornell W., ,, 9 SECOND GAME Colgate , .,.. , . ., 12 St. Lawrence ,,,, , ll Columbia . ,M 17 Clarkson ,,,, . ,W 7 SEMI-FINALS Columbia W Cornell ,- ,nil FINALS St. Lawrence Columbia L W, ., 26 J. E. H. .,.. ...M E . -C gif T i':g."k,:. , b ' 5 " 1f4P35"im- E351 -' HWSZQE: .. . 'N'-Qi .ef-:ee -' . fwlffi' 462. J,-,T . . wjzilkgfz- 5 -fftfsgfpp. .3 :,-I. ' ' ' - :':'af5- xiii- ' 'f-Girl' Adams High School Athletic Association HE Adams High School Athletic Association held a meeting in Septem- ber to reorganize for another year. The following officers were S A elected . President.-. .,,cc cc,.,cc,,. F RANK SISCHO Vice-President ccc, cccc F LORENCE RICHMOND Secretary ,eeee. ee,..ce,.,,c . CHARLES CASE Treasurer- .ccc, ,.,-,.PRINCIPAL ROY R. ALLEN At this meeting it was also voted that the dues for the organization which were formerly 3.75 a semester, be reduced to 5.50. At a meeting held shortly after basketball season, it was decided that only one letter should be given for four years of sports but a certificate should be issued every time a person earned his letter by participating in forty per cent of the games. After Charles Case left school Howard Berry was elected Secretary to fill the office. K The membership during the first semester was 142 but in the second semester it dropped to ll6. The suggestion has been made that the payment of the dues be made on September lst and January lst instead of September lst and February lst as has been done formerly. F. Af. R. OUR ATHLETICS ARE GOOD BUT- Can You Imagine: F. Griggs without his bandages? F. Sischo through a game without slugging? W. Saxton not getting hurt in a football game? R. Rhodes making the dust fly behind him? K. Weal not making faces at his opponent? N. Menard hitting a baseball? D. Lanfear bending over and catching a ball at shortstop? J. Hughes shaking hands with his opponents? R. Owen not getting hurt in a basketball game? N. Whitford making six letters? D. Sinclair being serious? Ike Berry wearing his own equipment? R. Huson guarding her opponents? J. Shutts standing up and not giggling in a game? P. Remington playing without powdering her noise? IW. L. Steele making a basket? D. lVIcChesney losing weight while playing? ,-.15 I . lf-egg - gii i1'5'ika.:. H EEEESseveYz5Eaac,,:eEaf"7 assi :sliIilEEij7f ere? 4.1 :asWts. i351 .. ..,,-was ' ..,,...,.::f1+f e'ii::..g.,. E ffifqgfw' 464' '-4 - if --.-13 E 3 'ifixy' .: : ji.. ' ' ' :- 1,7 ,,.'i:L. V' " ' GLEE CLUB First Row--J. Piddock, I. Dillenbeck, D. Wagoner, R. Dening, F. Jones, B. Wagoner, D. Bcstwick. Second Row-B. Peyton, 0. Britton, E. Hill, M. Patten. H. Mareness, G. Dcbbln, R. Bcstwlck. Back Row-C. M. Sovey, T. Lyman, Mrs. Campany, Director: M. Gates, E. Snyde', B. Illingworth. M. Bishop. Girls' Glee Club Notes N I... HE Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of Xlrs. Campany, was called X together for the first meeting last fall. The following officers were .ri r vi ii ' - ' elected for the year 1932-33: President ,nn V HELEN NI.-XRENESS Vice-President , , E, ELSA SNYDER Secretary . N .,,,,, Wnlkxl.-x BUNDY Treasurer , AIARIE CEATES During the year we took charge of assembly once, sold candy and sponsored musical program put on by Harry Beeston, baritone soloist. Uur Christmas party was held at Janet Piddock's. "rl 'ivy . -'iii-I . 551- - .. , 951-1--. A - E ' V- f.J': ', ' "' 'L '-12551, ,. 1. -'LZ ' ' , fifth- 4-21... 4,5 4551- -3 , ,- E J . fu.. """5'i.vi.'M- E371 i. . - .. D aa, ., N ..3,,4w.. V1 It ' .1jfj1k'r!55g-' Q ii -'yawn DRAMATIC CLUB Front. Row-F. Sischo, H. Chrisman, D. Mochesney, Mrs. Woodside, D. Row, W. Holley. Second Row-W. King, I. Hibbard, H. Barney, D, Castor, J. Shutts, E. Wood. Third Row-M. L. Steele, F. Richmond, E. Snyder, R. Overton, I. Williams, D. Williams, H. House. Back Row-R. Rhodes, W. Saxton, N. Menard, F. Moore, C. Wagner, W. DeMarse. Dramatic Club Notes EPTEMISER 10th, the iirst meeting of the Dramatic Club was called 'llilillm i to elect officers. VVe elected: Harold Chrisman, Presidentg Hattibel Grow, Vice-President, Donald Row, Treasurer, Doris Klclfhesney, Wgyki Secretary. A party was held October first for the pledges, and many past members were present. There were twelve interested in joining the club. lt was voted to join the National Thespian Society for Dramatics. Early in the year a play-reading committee was organized who selected plays for production throughout the year. "Never Again" was the first play produced this year. lt was a successful comedy in which Ward Holley, Rosemary Over- ton, Donald Row and Harriet Barney showed great ability. The play was produced several times because of its high merit. On December 20 the Club presented two plays, "The Flash!! and "The Pot Boiler." ln "The Flash" the characters were VVilliam Delylarse, Donald Row and Williain King. The cast for 'AThe Pot Boileri' consisted of Harold Chrisman, Ward Holley, Betty Wood, Frank Sischo, Dorothy Talcott, Elsa Snyder and Ned llloore. .u.5,'i?g'ig Tv-F - . 'Silk-.'if'1e .af "'z'1w- 33- :lei E .. up ':""" ...ilu- i381 vw ix 4. . tax, '. , gf.: D U dg!'g:g+,,,. , . :nv ' 'l.:,'g" ' .-.j:'lkQ2Z2'- ' -r57f'f7Pn ,j,':f'-' During the year the Dramatic Club sponsored a presentation by the Shake spearian Players who enacted scenes from HThe llerchant of Venicef The Prize Speaking Contest was also sponsored by the Club. The final activity took the form of a play given by two members, Roxinl Huson and Harold Chrisman, on "Know Your School Day." : -aiu- . What Would Happen lf: Ned Moore grew up. Ward Holley stopped clowning. Lucy McCabe went on a diet. bliss Olief didn't fall for every joke. Dick Sinclair gave up the role of "Peck's Bad Boy." Polly Remington studied. We stopped hearing about The Dances in Lorraine. Bliss Stone came to school on a bicycle. Bill Rice stayed away from Remington's for one whole Someone forgot to make out Regents this year. Juanita Shutts came to school for two days in succession. Harold Chrisman stopped talking. No PG's came back next year. day. lldildred Patten and Nlary Bishop weren't in hliss Brown's or bliss LaWson's room. George Parlow wasn't in the Office. Coach lost his voice. Leland Rhodes gave a speech in Assembly. Ida Nichols stopped flirting. Don Clarke's hair became straight. VVe all graduated with honors. The Freshmen became digniflgd.. Miss Kellogg bobbed her hair. The Juniors went to Washington. Nlary Lou stopped arguing. Harriet Barney knew where her books were. Roxie wasn't sleepy. Don Nloore told the joke about "Oh, you." Anyone could read in English IV Class. '-W: " . .. . , - -"'.'.2,.: .QP A gina.: . , Bi-" ' ' -QSM, 1: .. Q 4 i , J, va' H L .I A. ...rf -... " Ag' 'Wliw Q .E E 2 , firffv ,uh - .garwfieh E391 .' , -'-' :".S7.A.. X - -rmwrzarz: .- . 'W -ef r o-'1 air- 5-'C' - Fr-ont Row-W. Corey, D. Lanfear. F. Moore, C. Wagner, H. Chrisman, W. Holley Back Row-M. Patten, F. Sischo, Miss E. Lawson, W. Nutting, H. Misczuk, M Bishop "The New Real" R HE school paper for 1933 was started with a policy for sound 'ld w r f K I vlncement 'md progress. f The szune iniineographed copy was maintained and sold for the same price. ln September the following staff was chosen Advisor... .,-.,..,, .-. .. ,...,.,.. Editor-in-Chief,,,, Xlanaging Editor, Business llanagern Bliss Lawson Klenard . HR. Owen C. Wvagner Assistant Bus. KIgr.,..,,. ,,,,, YV. Holley Sports Editor ., , .,., . .. . . , ,. F. Sischo Exchange Editor . ,,,,, ., D. Talcott Art Editor ,,,, .mn Columnist Circulation llanage Reporter , ,. ,H Typist,,..,, ,W N-. lypist U. ,,,,,,,,,,Y ..,,..,, . 'liypistr V Y Typist H. Chrisman , . D. Row H. Klisczuk ,,.. ,,,, VV. Nutting WWF. illoore ,- W. Corey , G. Barker ,,.,B. Peyton ,Pi gas... ,,,i:!?,2. gg...-,. . ,., --.-.-- 4 - - A' J -1 1? 4 F -41.11. we' -- A -3 H .- - ..f- 'ws 2. xg : . 'A -.., -'- ' -'ff 3' ' - 7' 9- - - - L. ' A constitution was drawn up for the purpose of defining the duties and powers of the staff members, and to form a more cooperative and unified body. Last fall two of the staff members, R. Owen and D. Row, resigned and Wallace Corey and Ned Nloore became Co-llanaging Editors. In February, Norman Rlenard resigned as Editor-in-Chief and other changes were made. We now have the following staff: Advisor ,, . ,M - . ,,NIiss Lawson Editor ...,.--a,,,, MVC. Wagner Assistant Editor ..-W W..- ,. ,,,. H. Chrisman Associate Editorm-- ..,,,..,,,,..,,v A. Collins Co-llanaging Editors .,,,. N. Nloore, W. Corey Business Nlanager W -, ,,..., W. Holley Assistant Bus. llgrw-, .,,W. Delllarse Sports Editor Wan., -..,,,-F. Sischo Exchange Editor ,- ,,,lW. Patten Art Editor - .,..E nm- we D. Lanfear Circulation Manager. ..,,, - -.,. H. Misczuk Ass't Circulation llanagerw- - .,,e NNI. Bishop Reportern-.. .,,,..,,..,, ,... W . Nutting Typist ..,, ,,,, W . Corey Typist-,,, .,,, N. Moore Typist -H , ,...,, ..., D . lwoore The policy throughout the year has been one of advancement and lately an attempt has been made fsuccessfullyj to secure feature articles. The Exchange Department has been successful and the following schools have exchanged with the "News Realm: Pulaski, Wappingers Falls, Quincy, Indianag Newark Valley, Owego, Copenhagen, Colgate University, Belleville, Ferguson High School, St. Louis, Mo. We here express the hope that next year the Editor will find it possible to attend the Editor's Convention at Syracuse University and to carry on the work of advancement as it was planned this year. e Carl Wagzler, Editor - . 2"-553751 017A 'Ismae- -rsxe. ,ruse - - 4 L-A "r e .a zNa- -A .,- QESS ::'7 1 EE fheaffff ...Q tvgwfzs. l41l .. 5 .Q , .nrt ' 'gg-givin... .' . :Surg . 469. iff 1 . 1'1'lW!5?fr" -'grew - 15...- Adams High School Prizes CITIZENS AND FARMERS TRUST CO. SCHOLARSHIP PRIZE The Citizens and Farmers Trust Co., Adams, N.Y., offers a prize of 5510.00 to be awarded to the pupil of the Adams High School who has the highest average for the year's work. The pupil must be carrying at least 32 subjects during the year to compete. Hattibel Grow won in 1932. SHELMIDINE AND MOORE PRIZE Shelmidine and llioore of Adams, N.Y., offers a prize of 510.00 to the pupil of the Adams High School who makes the greatest increase in his stand- ings during the year. The basis upon which this increase shall be determined will be the average of the marks received during the first two marking periods. The pupil must be taking 3-2X3 units of work and will be ineligible if a subject is dropped before completion. William King won in 1932. ROTARY CLUB PRIZE The Adams Rotary Club offers a prize of 35.00 to that pupil of the Adams High School who has the best attendance for the year 1932-33. In case of a tie in attendance, consideration will be given to the one having the highest scholastic average and who has not received another prize. Divided in 1932 between Alice Remington and Richard Owen. ARIERICAN LEGION PRIZE The American Legion, Adams, N.Y., offers a prize of a bronze medal to that pupil of the high school who does the best work in American History during the school year 1932-33. Won by Richard Owen in 1932. THE ADAMS STUDY CLUB ATTENDANCE PRIZE The Adams Study Club offers a prize of 55.00 to the Senior of the High School who has had the best attendance during the four years in school. Won by Richard Owen in 1932. QQA 9544 .ae 1' 3fT - 1g,, .-.-Q, ..m:4s-.- Q' ,.f- -ws. 2 E 7 , --2'-H l42l ,. - .- ,, ,. 1-' '-4,:,,,.., ..- v- - ENNQ-gfm W THE MRS. ALBERT HOYT LATIN PRIZE Nlrs. Albert Hoyt offers a prize of 55.00 to the best Latin student for the school year 1932-33. The offer is open to all Latin students and the award will be based upon scholarship, attitude in class and general participation in activities of the department. llildred Patten won in 1932. SOLES AND ROUNDS SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY Soles and Rounds offers two silver cups to the boy and girl of the high school at Commencement time who show the best sportsmanship during the year. Decision will be dependent upon: C11 Maintenance of scholarship standards, C21 Sportsmanship displayed while winning, C31 Sportsmanship displayed While losing, C41 Leadership ability. Won in 1932 by Alice Remington and John Jones. FRED E. WILLIAMS SCIENCE PRIZE lNIr. Fred E. Williams offers a prize of 55.00 in gold to the pupil who has done the best work in science during the school year 1932-33. Vincent Greenley won in 1932. THE AARON BELLOFF ESSAY PRIZE lVIr. Aaron Belloff offered a prize of 55.00 in merchandise to the person who submitted the best essay on either the picture or the book "So Big." Won in 1933 by Betty Wood. Our Own Boners CWe omit some names, but you know the old saying-"If the shoe fits ,,,."1 Bill King in Prize Speaking: A'She'lI die of fright from convulsions!" When Frank Sischo was a dignified Sophomore, he was reading the part of Shylock from the "Merchant of Venice" in English class one day. Upon being told to articulate clearly to make it sound something like a Jew, Frank started again with great gusto and a shrug of his shoulders and read: "Oi, oi. Tree tousand ducatsln From composition and examination papers: "Mocha"-the name of the monkey in "The House of the Seven Gables." "Conch shellu-a shell which you hold to your ear and can hear waves. But you can also do it with an olive bottle. .--1. ...., ,, N' ,rrp-'ff E 5 ,g,Q.1i.d4-1 I431 1-' .. ,. -1' f"F51..s.. 5- ,H-,4 - i ' q 'i"hff'- 455' . 1-f-15,2 ,.1.gL,i. .,,,., -. 'lSon1nambulist"-a summer house. "Bigamist"--a man with two wives. "Polygamist"-a man with more than enough. 'lAbbess"-a deep place. "Somnambulist"-a musician. "Abbess"-talking too much. 'lHoly'l--full of holes. To gain emphasis in narration, "Write as though you had a sudden in- spiration where it is possible though not too often." Arthur's sword was "Excelsior." 'll Went to the Circus with lXIother which had just come to Utica." l'Down on the ground Santa was busy making toys for the children which was the day before Christmasf' "He was a nice man with black hair and a horsef, Nliss Lawson was trying to get Gene Davidson to say "present.', 'VVhen she asked what was more important than past, Gene replied "future." Ward Holley, when called upon to give an oral talk as a salesman, said that the company he was going to represent had just failed, according to the noon paper. Jokes Miss Reed Csoliliquizingjz "A pile of bills reaching from the floor to the ceiling would probably amount to one million dollars." Ward Holley : l'We,ve got two piles like that at homef' Helen House Cin shoe shopj: "I would like to see a pair of shoes that would fit my feet." Iklr. Snyder: "So would I." Betty 11700117 "I told you to come after supper." Norm: "Well, that's what I came afterf, Miss Lawson: "Kenneth, have you done your outside reading yet?" WeaI.' l'Not yet, its been such cold weather you knowf' .- .. H., I . ---H-55:32, Quit l M41 . .' 1 I K -'QQ - qlillsw-. . .git Agif. gf, .sje 3 ' Ahgglsn- ..:.5',iv' A. Collins: "You always object when I want to tell you a joke. Always-- it's always the same old story." J. Ramsey : "I know it is. That's why I object to your telling it over again." Lelia "Nellie, which would you prefer in your future husband, wealth ability or appearance v . ! 'PH Nellie: "Appearance, but he's got to appear pretty soon." Alton Collins: "How much do you weigh ?" Helen House Cabsent mindedlyl: HNot enough to spoil the crease in your trousers." Belly Wood.' "What becomes of all these love triangles?" Norm: "They quite often turn into wrecktanglesf' T Nellie Ramsey : "Do you know what scio means ?" Jennie: UNO." Nellie: l'You know more about Latin than I supposed you did." Miss Kellogg Cmaking illustration in Geometrylz "Jennie, if I told you to go somewhere, where would you go?" Jennie R.: "Probably where you told me to." Frank S.: "I asked her if I could see her home." f. Hughes.' "What did she say?" Frank: "She said she would send me a picture of it right away." Suspected of being mentally deficient, a schoolboy was asked by a psychologist: ll v Y pl, How many ears has a cat. "Two" the lad replied instantly. "And how many eyes has a cat ?" "Two," "And how many legs has a cat P" The boy looked at him suspiciously. "Say," he inquired, "didn't you ever see a cat?" F. Williaf11s.' "What is the name of your new wifef' Coach: "I call her Shasta. Every time we go shopping, shasta have this, shasta have thatln ,- 35 1 .,.,, 4 517A 'L ., .hh f"'..2- Q Es. sg.. - fwfffs. l45l .- :iw ' VIA., ' ,sq"' 5:-g:7.k.,,, 4' P. ya- . ' 1 ' .-:11'l'f5-is-' Q i','fQf"' 3:1554 Mr. dllen: HI hear your boy has a gift for recitation, Nlrs. Greenleyf' Mrs. Greenleys HYes, sir, indeed he has. His uncle says that all he wants is a course on electrocution, just to Hnish him off." Don't you think," airily suggested H. Chrisman, "that you ought to brush up a bit on your correspondence? Use big wordsg they lend dignity to your letters." HPerhaps you're rightf, admitted R. Overton, Hbut, while eschewing mediocrity of expression through platitudinous phraseology, it behoves one to beware of ponderosity, and to be mindful that pedantry, being indicatory of an inherent megalomania, frustrates its own aim and results merely in obnubilationf, Mrs. Fleming: "Ralph, do you know what memory is?" Ralph Ofverton: "Yes, that's what you forget with." N. .. m+wm viii gBee,, ,,, 4aff"- 'x"..f- E i j ,, time iQ...' fiwfm- l46l -' Hv'w+:.1 . Af-was A .:f,1w++' ' ..-mem-' -f4ff':w.- ,-gf--' A. J. Pooler 6' Son ADAMS FA-VOR-IT BREAD ADAMS, NENY X ORI Buick 6' Pontiac Q SALES AND SERVICE Shelmidine 6' Moore ADAMS PULASKI D171 .- zpvfii , Jac'-' -Ziiirw.. . ' :w fi-" ' ' 3555.551 ' --v31Q'W!S'?5" 'K -vary' J' ' ' ""f'?"1z, E 3 .-dew "'f-fm I-I. B. 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' V251 .-.. .:' "" ' -Wea.. we my + .a ' hl'.:,'l'i ' . ' .. .- ' -'- are -1513? ' ' E J " I E N O S F A R M S 1'0MPLIMEN'1's D A I R Y OF Grade "A" Milk 0 and Denison Grade "A" Cream cflel0C01iATE DRINK Hxos l'O'I'TAGli1 c'Hl41EsH C When in Want C 11131-F14,Ad ,N.Y. a am Adams Center, N.Y W. H. ENOS 86 SON GHG The "Hilltop" staff and the Senior Class take this opportunity to ex- press their appreciation for the kind- hearted support of the advertisers in the 1933 yearbook. ego .--zz ..,M .- .. 27 - Cfgif- E521 . ni l .1f1f',, '.-0 from A . :zgfwr Je.: , A .-5,. Eff.. E J A,,gg5?r7"' G - L - F SERVICE STORE G-l.-lf' Serviee Store's Pro- gress depends upon team work and team work depends upon eaeli individual. Our purpose is to give the lmest service at the lowest 4-ost on all farm supplies. Q Telephone 8-J R. F. LIGHTHALL, Mgr. DAIRYMEN'S LEAGUE VVHEN PIlRl'llASlNG MILK PRODUCTS ASK FOIL DAIRYLEA BRAND UOMPLIMENTS OF ADAMS l,0l'Al. l'UMPl,IMl'lNTS . OF W. A. Waite 6' Son A. Bellows X D FEED epartment SEEDS Sf0f9 CEMENT ADABIS, NEW YORK 'l'l4ll1El'll0NE 82 Eeie A l53l any A BLUE SUIT BY Secretarial Seienc-e Aceountiiig S T I T T S Business Aclininistrution The Alumni will pass every Attend examinzition for style, fit and W A T E R T O W N finisli-:incl the man who wears it will ,Qrzuluate into the ranks S C H 0 O L uf well dressed men. Its deep, O I: rieli shade ot' lvlue is the blue that is distinctly Stittls. lflspe- C O E R C E vially prim-ell. Q T I .T T , for new book on business "BUSINESS AS A CAREER" Free to high school seniors 119 Arsenal sf. - Watertown, N.Y. Watemm-H, New York FOMPLIMENTS OF t,'0MPLlMl+lXTS THE OF Williams Motor Car Supply The CO. Valley Filling Corner' Main and Spring Sts. O StatlOn TELEPHONE 181 ADAMS, NEW YORK l54l .- -'I-. A uri' ' "'!2:4-:A-. :" V' ' u' ' ,-.1-v:N22'ig l ca-gffllilsvf ' ' E 3 miffy' LEADERS SINCE 1868 FOR SUMMER APPAREL --Golf, Motoring, and Out-Door Sports-You'll find the smartest of University Styles ready for your selection, at prices you will like. From llat to Shoes Guaranteed Satisfaction. Miller Service is Unequalled. , E5 - 1f-:'- '.1V1V1 :-4-1:1:4- 1 -1:1:2.1:':-'Q- A ::1: 11: :-1-1: OUTFITTERS TO NIEN BBQYS MILLER BLDG. WATERTOWN U0lllPlillNIENTS HOTEL ADAMS Ulf' Adams N.Y. ' PALACE A Good Place to Sleep SHAVING PARLOR Rates 31.00 - 51.50 n l ' Shampooing - Massaging Good Home-Cooked Meals Haircutting 500 and 750 RoY J. DUMONT ADAMS, N.Y. l3l'lS'l' WISIIES FARM EQUIPMENT T0 REPAIRS SERVICE ADAMS lllllll SUIIOUI. CHAS. N. SNYDER ROSS G. PIDDOCK ITIIONE isis -"Qi ..:-a--- - iii' P ' A :Jif- "' Af- E 'E f--P-5"Tf.m- l55l One of Northern New Yorlc's Largest Printing Plants 'Zi The Parlcer Press, I n c. Q PRINTERS OF TH E "ANNUAL" 001' 268 STATE STREET, Telephone 3304, Watertown, N.Y. General Merchandising Walter R. Smith's Store SMITHYILLE, NEW YORK ROYAL TYPEWRITERS EDISON-DICK MIMEOGRAPHS STANDARD 8z PORTABLES RENTAL - SUPPLIES REPAIRS ALL MAKES J. J. STOCKER 22 Arcade Balcony .eff-f-4 .sms You are expected 'ro look your best and the sure way to do so is to buy your suit, top- ooat and furnishings of F. A. STELL Clothier ADAMS, N.Y. Frederick E. Williams THE CORNER PHARMACY Phone 203 ADAMS, N.Y. INSURANCE FIRE, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, COMPENSATION, Etc. C. H. Kenyon 85 Son PHONE 53 ADAMS, N.Y. "We Go Anywhere for Business" like f'OMPLllNIEN'I'S OF DR. H. E. TYLER T D A .. .,.iq???: A --S sf. fit' - ' ' - ' k ' .4.l,"" .- 11 .-"A-fi' .- nvhr' ' -gr.. l f-sv -15-pw.. . 5- rliidf' ' ' qgqupgge as 0 - qwrvm ,5,S:gff A. D. WAGONER llAliDlYARl'l, l,LUlllBlNU, lll4lATlNO and ROOFING Adams Pulaski 252 54 WE wish to thank the people of Adams for their patronage and hope to keep our old friends and make some new ones this coming year Parrot Tea. Room Wasliington Street WATERTOWN NEW YORK c'oMPLIMENTs 011' CARL'S AUTO SUPPLY 139 COURT STREET WATERTOWN, N.Y. GO TO GIOVO'S TONIGHT For Fine Candies, Ice Cream and Light Lunehes WE SPECIALIZE IN BOX CANDY "Once - Always" PHONE 245-W ADAMS, N.Y. O, Qqi ESTABLISHED 1894 GLOBE STORE "Old in Years, Young in Spirit" YOUNG PEOPLE OF NORTHERN NEW YORK PREFER THE GLOBE ln Jefferson Vounty Women Wear and Adore Genuine KlTTY KELLY HATS ONE PRICE 551.88 ss.so QUALITY AND s'rYLs Sold Exclusvely in Watertown c'oM1'l,1lxl1f:xTs 011' Mrs. Etta Rogers Beauty Shop TRUST BLDG. - WATERTOWN AT The Woman's Shop You will find a good line of Dresses, Hats, Hosiery, Bags, Searfs and Fancy Articles for gifts and bridge prizes. MYRTLE L. MOORE NYU. a.--.- . -"il - -- 535325:-5 - 5 1 9"""'i' -- "zu ,.f' 3 E, lgrffifwh fi... " ' f'-'3"-u"fi.m- , I. I 'ugf 4?!F's+1,.. , ' 5-v ' aim,-41 . ,qv ..,",- -f-,gg sn- .--,g...- ' Ar- - ' -'-4, ,gn ' va f E 3 COMPLIM ENTS OF RAY LA BOUNTY and His AVON THEATRE ORCHESTRA The Jefferson County Journal YOUR HOME PAPER Exe-ellent Advertising Medium Good Job Printing E. F. ALLEN Kz CO., Publishers H. L. RICHMOND Dentist Adams - New York THE WARREN GARDENS BULBS FRUIT FLOWERS PLANTS VEGETABLES Telephone 264 Adams, New York COMPLIMENTS OF F LANSBURGH'S VARIETY STORE ADAMS, N.Y. SILHOUETTE BEAUTY STUDIO FREDERIC'S PERMANENTS COMPLETE 354.00 RUTH G. THOMAS 43 Spring Street Adams, N.Y. Phone 156-J CARPENTER'S MODERN HAIR-CUTTING and SHAVING PARLORS All Children and High School Students Haircuts 25c EXPERT BARBERS 3 Chairs N0 Waiting SOLES 8x ROUNDS FUNERAL DIRECTORS Licensed Lady Assistant Tel. Adams 2873 Night 241,169 INVALID COACH SERVICE U , ir "gum R ? E - .5 ' '. ' .' -.:' . , 1 5 .. .f f Ntgwq Edward W. Clark 8: Company 'me 39,4426 .Wwe ADAMS, N.Y. Charles E. Ripley General Insurance "NVQ Sell Insurance but Give Service " GRANGE AVE. ADAMS, N.Y. Telephone 258-J RED 8: WHITE STORE Market and Grocery You Will Find Prices Right and the Quality of the Very Best C. L. HUGHES, Owner TEL. 3 ADAMS, N.Y. IF IN NEED OF GLASSES CONSULT F L l N T OPTOMETRIST BUNDY BLOCK ADAMS, N.Y. Friday and Saturday and Saturday Evening Compliments of J. W. CAIN "Most Anything You Want, Just When You Want It" AIJAMS, N.Y. UOMPLIM ENTS Ol" THE NEW COULD RESTAURANT JOHN W. GOULD, Mgr. Quality Clothes Shop HENRY H. SIAS Adams New York Authorized Dealer for The Royal Tailors SHOE AND HARNESS REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND WELL DONE Men's, Youths' and Child1'en's Footwear FRED L. COOPER Main St. Adams, N.Y. . :H-9373: 1 V Q-:giggv -aygg, ,,3s- - ' -,5,::-.- - - h. '5"'.,'QF'--- Sew... -A ,,- 2 ' 1 E IAM?" ," ,s,,,x,, ,qi-' glue sv 613' ' it . -vii'-view iv i -fyfifif, .lgifi as ""' ' '-ififs. E J ,.--QUT!! "'-1-'-'vw A Very Interesting Book Have You One of Our Interest Department Books? START ONE TODAY tial starts you and draws Interest IF You' QANAT SAVE Yor UANAT swcnnn Citizens and Farmers Trust Co. ADAMS, NEW YORK William S. Rice, Inc. ADAMS, NY. MANUFACTURERS OF Surgical Corsets and Appliances For All Kinds of Rupture and Other Abdominal Weakness WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SUPPORTS AND BANDAGES FOR USE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS if VVrite for Free lllustrated Book Giving Full Information .--11 ..,., ,. .ii E- 515+-14 . A E 'll Pwrke-1' Press, Wat 'S I Y 5,3I,i+ .-, W ig5k,1 5 .Qg jff- w iv, ,f 1- ,.. .,: 'i,, 1-'al'f""' if ,-,Q4Lf?f?'2g.1 ,J'+1- -iii :H - 4- X-r ,- ,Wh - . ,, J 5-.: ..- L , ,, f,,- . . - - - :-,.,.. ' , V C ,, f, .,f . ,. . if 7"+'?1 ? ' . - 'l v V Q, - - if 'T A' '5:A.f, "7 A P. 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