Adams High School - Hilltop Yearbook (Adams, NY)

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 Ufams Jlijfi Sc 200f Afma JKater Dear Adams High School, Our own Alma Mater So high and so fine in the making of men We love you, dear High School, we love and revere you, As great in the training of soul as of pen. Your place on the hilltop portrays well your value In the lives and the aims of the towns all around. Your strong red brick building, imposing and handsome, Resembles your teachings and precepts so sound. May Adams High School, Our own Alma Mater, Ever continue to do her good work, To encourage good sportsmen as well as good scholars And never one part of her fine creed to shirk. I MR. RICE Dedication The class of 1961 with great pleasure dedicates its yearbook to Mr. Rice, who has helped us not only as a teacher hut also as advisor to our Student Council. He has shown a friendly interest in us and our Alma Mater of which we are very proud. SCHOLTZ Principal FIRST ROW: Susie Stevens, Sandra Dillenbeck, Janet Hodder, Abby Hewitt, Marcia Jones. SECOND ROW: George Flaherty, John Trainor, Georgia Graves, Linda Crast, Mrs. Howard, Marie Berry, L rie Fyderek, Craig Wagner, Dan Whitehead. 2smoas7 )afecfictorian c 5afutatorian JOYCE COREY "Joyce” Chorus 1, 2 Sr. Play Yearbook Staff Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 MOTTO “On the youth of today, rests the democracy of tomorrow.” COLORS Blue and Silver FLOWER Yellow Rose MARIE BERRY “Gooseberry” Yearbook Editor Secretary 3 President 4 Student Council 1, 4 Prize Speaking 2, 3, 4 Jr., Sr. Plays Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 4 All County Band 3, 4 Soccer 1 Bowling 2 Sports Carnival Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4 MRS. HOWARD Advisor JOHN TRAINOR "Tank” President 3 Track 4 Student Council 3 Sports Carnival Baseball 1, 4 Bowling 1 Basketball 1, 4 Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4 Yearbook StaffGEORGIA GRAVES “George” Cheerleading 1,2,4 Intramural Leader G.A.A. Secretary Basketball 1, 2, 3 Volleyball 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr., Sr. Plays Softball 1.2, 3, 4 Sports Carnivals Yearbook Staff LINDA TAYLOR “Wop” Cheerleading 2, 3 Softball 1,2. 3,4 Color Guard 3, 4 Soccer 2 Basketball 2 Intramurals 2 Treasurer 1, 2, 4 Sports Carnivals Jr. Play SHARON RUSHO “Rush” Jr., Sr. Plays Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4 Softball 1,2. 3.4 Volleyball 4 G.A.A. Treasurer Treasurer 3 Vice-Pres. 4 Yearbook Staff Chorus 4 Bowling 2, 3 Sports Carnivals Citutenship Day 3 All-County Chorus 4 DAVID GIBBS “Gnome” Football I, 2, 3 Baseball 1 Track 3 Bowling 4 Soccer 3 Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4 Sports Carnivals Jr., Sr. Plays DENNIS KELLOGG “Kowdog” Student Council 1 Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4 Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4 Sports Carnivals RICHARD WATERS “Punky” Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4 Sports CarnivalsSHONA SHERMAN “Shona” BETTY DACK “Betty’’ Jr. Flay Secretary 2 NANCY SCOFIELD “Buzz” Intramurals Leader I, 2, 4 G.A.A. Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Softball 1, 2, 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Sports Carnivals Volleyball 3 Bowling 1, 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 JOHN ILLINGWORTH “Head” Football 3 Basketball 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Sports Carnivals Jr., Sr. Plays Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 3 Soccer 2, 3 ROBERT MATHEWS “Squint’ Football 1,2,3 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3 JOHN SCOFIELD “Coon” Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Sports Carnivals Track 2 Intramural Leader 4 - i ...Sr. Play Chorus 1, 2 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1 Jr., Sr. Play Sr. Play NORMAN THOMAS “Norm” Football 3 Track 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 County Band 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr., Sr. Plays CHARLES WILCOX “Chuck” Football 3 Track 3 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Soccer 3 S. THURSTON BROWN “Sec” Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Jr. PlayLINDA DRAPER “Lin” Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 CLAUDIA TAMBLIN “Claude” Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Jr. Play GEORGIENA LUDLOW “Georgie” Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 SUSANNE STEVENS “Penquin” Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 All-County Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Prize Speaking 2, 4 Jr., Sr. Plays Intramurals 2, 4 Yearbook Staff SANDRA DILLENBECK “Sandy” Chorus 1 Jr., Sr. Plays Intramurals 2, 4 Yearbook Staff PATRICIA BECHTEL “Pat” Chorus 4LORIE FYDEREK “Lorie" Yearbook Staff Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2 Color Guard 3, 4 KATHRYN BARKER “Olive Oyl” Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Softball 1, 2, 3 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Winter, Spring Carnivals Bowling 1, 2, 3 Jr., Sr. Plays LINDA CRAST “Lin" Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Spring Carnival Chorus 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Play Prize Speaking 4 Yearbook Staff DAVID LaLONE “Stub" Basketball 1 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1 Student Council 4 Bowling 2, 3 Jr. Play WILLIAM MARTZLOFF “Cow" Football 1, 3, 4 Basketball 3 Track 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr., Sr. Plays Winter Carnivals DANIEL WHITEHEAD “Dan" Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Football 2 Jr., Sr. Plays Sports Carnivals 2, 3, 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Yearbook StaffJANET HODDER “Jan" Yearbook Staff Vice-President 1 Secretary 2, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 Jr., Sr. Plays Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Citizenship Day 4 Softball 1 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 JACK JONES “Jugger Nuts” Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3 Track 1, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Sports Carnivals 2, 3 Soccer 3 Bowling 1, 4 Student Council 2 Intramural Leader 3 CRAIG WAGNER “Pissquallie” Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3 President 1 Bowling 1, 2, 3 Sr. Play Student Council 1 Yearbook Staff GEORGE FLAHERTY “Real One” Basketball I, 2 Track 3 Intramurals Bowling 4 Yearbook Staff Student Council 1, 2, 3 President 2 Jr., Sr. Plays ABIGAIL HEWITT “Abby" Yearbook Staff Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1, 2 Soccer 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 4 Softball 1, 4 Prize Speaking 2, 3, 4 Winter, Spring Carnivals Jr., Sr. Plays MARCIA JONES “Marsh” Yearbook Staff Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2 Soccer 1, 3 Intramurals 3 Volleyball 4 Softball 4 Banner Carrier 2, 3(tfass y In 1949 the original members of this senior class entered, for the first time, Adams High School. In 1957, after successfully passing through the first eight grades, we entered high school with great anticipations. Our freshman class consisted of 58 students, including four new students; Jeanne Boulay, Nina Nye, Georgienna Ludlow, and Dona Ball. During our freshman year Craig Wagner served as our president, George Flaherty as our vice-president. Janet Dodder as secretary, and Linda Taylor as treasurer. We chase Mr. Sacci as our advisor. At the end of the year we lost twelve students; Sandra Bice, Grace Remington, Eleanor Coit, Beverly McNett, Fred Russell. Edward McGrath, Edna Butler, Raymond Barrett, Dona Ball. George Russell. Paul Brown, and Robert Ackley. We entered our Sophomore year with a class of 49 students. We elected George Flaherty, president; Janet Hodder, vice-president; Betty Dack, secretary; and Linda Taylor, treasurer. Our advisor was Mrs. La Lone. During the year we gained seven new students; Claudia Tamblin, Cynthia Stone, Joan Overton, Patricia Bechtel, Francis Overton, and Dan Whitehead. At the end of the year we lost Cynthia Stone, Nina Nye, Jeanne Boulay, Linda LaCette, Joan Overton, Bradford Lee, Marion Fredenburg, and Francis Overton. As we started our junior year, we had a class of 42 students, including one new student, Lorie Fyderek. John Trainor was elected president of our class, with Dan Whitehead as vice-president, Marie Berry as secretary, and Sharon Rusho as treasurer. Our advisor was Miss Reed. We lost three students at the end of the year; Clifford Widrick, Susan Dorgan, and Diane De Lano. Mrs. Harmon directed our junior play, ‘‘Headin’ for the Hills.’ It was very successful and everyone liked it. Our most exciting and long awaited junior project was our Prom, “Hawaiian Paradise.’’ Our class had dwindled to 39 students by our senior year. Marie Berry was elected president, and Sharon Rusho elected as viee-presi- dent, with Janet Hodder as secretary, and Linda Taylor as treasurer. We presented our senior play, “The Roaring Twenties,” which was directed by Mrs. Howard, our advisor. Lasi Ti))iff ancf Testament We, the seniors of the class of 1961, in order to form a better student body, establish justice, insure student tranquility, provide for the student’s defense, promote the student’s welfare, and secure the blessings of the faculty for ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this last will and testament for student body of Adams High School. Kathryn Barker leaves to Mr. Jackowski peace of mind—which he never had when she was driving. Pat Bechtel leaves her telephone numbers to Barb Cushing. Marie Berry leaves her high knowledge of math to John Burns. Don’t confuse your angles, John. Thurston Brown leaves his “star” athletic ability to Bruce Whitehead. Joyce Corey leaves to Lynda Snyder her history notes. Linda Crast wills her ability to go steady to Sandy Bice. Betty Dack leaves 3” of her height to Denny Taylor. Sandra Dillenbeck wills her ability to get along with Mrs. Bechtel to Linda Holley. Linda Draper leaves her position as Mr. Scholtz’s official errand girl to Jean Gillespie. George Flaherty leaves his harem to Wayne Rusho. Lorie Fyderek leaves her good nature to Teri Larkin. Dave Gibbs leaves a battered fender to Pete Jones. Georgia Graves leaves her ability to blow bubbles with her bubble-gum to Mr. Scholtz. Abby Hewitt wills her constantly wagging tongue to Judy Richmond. Janet Hodder wills her ability to keep talking to Gerry Kellar. John Illingworth leaves his ability to get along with the faculty and students to Rodney Greenley. Jack Jones wills his ability to avoid the girls to Ed Woodward.Sast lo)tf ancf Jest ament Marcia Jones wills her poise to Jenny Bice. Denny Kellogg leaves his wild ways to Frank Crast. Dave LaLone wills to Tom Waite a pressure cooker to can his corn. Georgiena Ludlow leaves her ready smile to Joyce Backus. Bob Mathews leaves his membership card to Barnes Corners to Dave Weal. Bill Martzloff leaves his big muscles to Roger Harris. Rose Moffett wills her job as official soup strainer to Betty McGrath. Sharon Rusho wills her athletic ability to Susan Alden. John Scofield leaves his speaking ability to Charlene Bangs, who should go far in this field. Nancy Scofield leaves her ability to avoid homework to Ricky Burton. Susie Stevens wills her chair in Senior band to Pat Greenley. Claudia Tamblin and Shona Sherman leave their ability to get their man and keep him to Lorraine Mullin and Kathy Mathews. Linda Taylor leaves her technique of skipping school to Sally Bumash. Norman Thomas leaves his acting ability to Bill Berry. John Trainor wills one pound of fat to Mrs. Howard. Craig Wagner leaves to Ed Remington a wolfing license to make his future escapades legal. Dick Waters leaves his cheering ability to Nancy Thomas. Pam Webb leaves her ability to stay slim to Phyllis LaCette. Dan Whitehead wills his basketball ability to “Highpockets.” Benda Whitford wills to Bev Macklin a grass skirt to go with her swing. Charles Wilcox wills his ability to get along with all the girls to Milton Davis and Harold Gamble. The Senior Class of 1961 leaves to the juniors all unpaid bills (which are many), one worn-out Mrs. Howard, all the rights of the seniors, and all the luck in the world.( ass JJrop iecu June 26, 1971 Dear Diary, Tonight on a local I V station, the lives of the class of 1961 were given because of some of the strange happenings although it was really to he expected. We see now where Dave LaLone is manager of the “Grand Union.” He helps keep his wife, the former Lorie Fyderek. in training with a union of their own. Georgia Graves, woman inventor, has now discovered a new hair-dye, “scorange.” John Illingworth, now dictator of Cobbville, has formed a pact with his idol, Khrushchev. Sharon Rusho, who is the new physical education teacher in Water- town, is having a hard time finding a place to keep her horses. Mrs. William Martzloff, alias Kathryn Barker, is very busy caring for her seven children while her husband is working hard in his olive factory. David Gibbs now owns his own beetle farm. He invented a new beetle juice. Pam Webb and Brenda Whitford have started their own “Eye Glop” factory. John Scofield owns and operates a large farm near Adams. Marie Berry is now a “blackberry” picker in the Southern bogs of Cobbville. Marcia Jones, who is head of the “Old Maid Society” of Worthville, has just made headlines by eloping with the head of the “Bachelors Club.” Denny Kellogg has joined up with the Harlem Globe Trotters. Abby Hewitt, who started out to be an airline hostess, is now a blimps mechanic. Star Brown and Squint Mathews, alias Thurston and Bob, have re- organized the A1 Capone gang. Janet Hodder has entered a contest to see who can talk the longest. The last I heard she was ahead by 220 1-2 words. 14( ass JJ 'op iecij Jack Jones and Craig Wagner are now owners of the “New Boston Brewery.” Charles Wilcox has made the army a career and hopes to be a General soon. It is a good thing Linda Crast trained to be a pediatrician since she has ten little ones of her own. We heard recently that Dan Whitehead’s head has puffed up even more since he finally married “his” queen of Oswego. Joyce Corey, Susie Stevens, and Sandra Dillenbeck, who for years have been known as the Three Musketeers, have dropped their title and joined a foreign legion. John Trainor is now the “before” in all the muscle-building ads. Nancy Scofield hasn’t yet made her ultimate goal, the Marines haven’t made a man of her. Dick Waters, who was once a great hunter, is now running a game farm. Linda Draper, who studied hard in nursing school, is now head nurse at West Point. George Flaherty has taken up with the nonalcoholic anonymous and was voted the least likely to succeed. Pat Bechtel and Georgiena Ludlow are in competition with each other and Mrs. Bechtel for the teaching position of Adams High School. Linda Taylor is running a daily correspondence course for the broken hearted. Rose Moffett and the Bice Boys have organized and have a very nice kidnapping service going for themselves. Betty Dack is training for the U.S. Women’s Wrestling team. Shona Sherman Cheney and Claudia Tamblin Draper are working hand in hand with their businesses, “Shona’s Nursery” and “Draper’s Diaper Service.” Norman Thomas now owns a large dairy farm. 1 think we just solved his father’s problem of who is stealing all his farm supplies. And so, dear Diary, 1 close amazed with the way the class of 1961 has managed itself."T'acu ii y Jfiy i Sc 200 FIRST ROW: Mrs. Crumb, Mrs. Bechtel, Mrs. Dobbs, Mrs. Harmon, Mr. Scholtz, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Montague, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Otis. SECOND ROW: Dr. Hermon, Mr. Sacci, Mr. T. Rice, Mr. Kane. Mr. Gordon, Mr. Caulkins. THIRD ROW: Mr. A. Rice, Mr. Dayger, Mr. Jackowski, Mr. Lephart. Mr. Titus, Mr. Hannon, Mr. Northrop, Mr. Bonanno, Mr. Black. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Cook, Miss Berry, Mrs. Widrig, Mrs. McCracken, Mrs. Fee. Mr. Scholtz, Miss Kerr, Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Lephart, Mrs. LaLone, Mrs. Shay. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Case, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Scholtz, Mrs. Rawlings, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Harrington, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Kane, Mrs. Gleason, Mrs. Greenley. 1617 Left to Right: Mrs. Thomas O'Connor, Mrs. Leonard Crast, Mrs. Robert Berry, Mrs. Louis Church.Or uers Left to Right: Mr. Ross Overton, Mr. Howard Staley, Mr. Wellington Dobbins, Mrs. Wellington Dobbins, Mr. Henry Moreton, Mr. Carl Bates. SEATED: Mrs. Robert Rhodes. Mr. Donald Cool, Miss Edna Berry. Mrs. Howard Van Epps. STANDING: Mr. Aaron Belloff, Mr. Earl Chisamore, Mr. Thomas Hallett. Mr. Harmon. 18FIRST ROW: Brenda Whitford, Georgia Graves, Linda Crast, Nancy Scofield, Patricia Bechtel, Kathryn Barker, Marcia Jones, Janet Hodder, Abby Hewitt. Pamela Webb, Susanne Stevens. SECOND ROW: Linda Draper, Georgienna Ludlow, Claudia Tamblin, Marie Berry, Lorie Fyderek. Linda Taylor, Joyce Corey, Mrs. Howard. David Gibbs, Norman Thomas, Thurston Brown, Betty Dack, Sharon Rusho, Rose Moffett, Shona Sherman, Sandra Dillenbeck. THIRD ROW: David LaLone, Craig Wagner, John Illingworth. Dick Waters, George Flaherty, Dan Whitehead, Bill Martzloff. Bob Matthews, Dennis Kellogg, John Trainor, Charles Wilcox, Jack Jones, John Scofield. FIRST ROW: Dawn Williams, Charlene Bangs, Donna Fyderek, Yvonne Beckstead, Dorothy Nowak, Linda Holley, Judy Richmond. Carol Lantier. Judy Sischo, Donna Ball, Sally Burnash. SECOND ROW: Sandra Bice, Nancy Thomas, Linda Snyder, Sharon Sherman, Jean Gillispie, Ellen Jantzi, Mr. Rice, John Smith, Eddie Woodward, Bill Berry, Peter Jones, Bob Widrick, Donald Smithers. THIRD ROW: Gene Ludlow, Kenneth Conway, John Burns, Wayne Dealing, Gary Hallett, Tom Waite, Bruce Whitehead, Ronald Sanford, Stanton Hamilton, Gary Barr, Joel Fyderek, David Weal, Andy Bates. 20FIRST ROW: Bernice Van Epps, Teri Larkin, Barbara Cushing, Kathy Matthews, Carol Draper, Joyce Bowman, Kathy Belloff, Shirley Macklen, I orraine Mullin. SECOND ROW: Gloria Switzer. Rochelle Lennox, Sharon Beckstead, W'ilma Flaherty, Carol Pooler, Ann Whitney. Phyllis La Cette, Mr. Dayger, Sue Shelmidine, Charlen Parks, Peggy Scofield, Patty Overton, Vesta Bates, Beverly Pooler, Danny Hines. THIRD ROW': Bill Smith. Bob Burns, Richard Burton. Don Holman, Allen Bates, Bob Corey, Frank Crast, Dennis Taylor, Leroy Backus, Marvin Fargo, Gary Peyton, Ronnie Newton, Roger Harris, Milton Davis, Bill Fairchild. FIRST ROW: Susan Waite, Joanne Corey, Joyce Backus, Candy Kotlowski, Mary Woodward, Judy Miner, Pat Creenley, Mary Russell. SECOND ROW': Roslyn Rusho, Carole Fyderek, Shirley Groves, Marsha Harris, Susan Jones, Donna Sinclair, Nancy Giovo, Marilyn Genga, Barbara Taylor, Geraldine Kellar, Susan Alden. THIRD ROW : John Lantier, Charles Fairchild, Douglas Widrick, John Sullivan, Ken W ratten, David Hallett, Mr. Bonanno, Larry Seaman, Randy Smith, Randy Timmerman, Bob Scofield, David McAnulty, Roger Dennison. THIRD ROW: Tom Burns, Ronnie Reardon, Art O’Shaughenessy, Wayne Rusho, Richard Fish, Fred Walden. Brent Nichols, John Parker, Jerry Holman, John Bowman, Carl Berry, Glen Hungerford, James Thompson, Rodney Greenley, Gary Stinson. 21FIRST ROW: Linda Dobson. Faye Dealing. Mona Beach, Donna Beattie, Mary Richmond. Cherry Stoker. Alice Patten. SECOND ROW: Marv Lou Pooler. Bonnie Bates. Susan Bangs. Bonita Ball. Maxine Robarge. Susanne Kundel. Mr. Hannon. Grace McIntosh. Chloe Dealing. Betty Wilson, Linda Brown. Delores Beckstead. THIRD ROW: Tom Lantier. Fred Christman. David Pooler, Howard Mc.Nett, Larry Bookman. Ed Scofield, Bill Draper, Carlton Park. FIRST ROW: Sheila Sherman, Valeric Sinclair. Diane W hitehead. Vicki Hill. Beverly Van Epps, Virginia Plantz, Mary Jane Pooler. SECOND ROW : Marv Pitcher. Peggy McIntosh Jenny Bice. Karen Lines, Mrs. Harmon. Susan Snyder,' Orila W idrick. Joan Kilburn, Robert Snyder Billy Russell. THIRD ROW : Fred Miner. Barrett Haves, Ronald Barker Franc» Weal, Robert Simpson. James Tiller, Vernon Datoush. Leon Meele, Robert Denny, Russell Greenwood, Ronald Timmerman. ABSENT: Janet Gibbs. 22FIRST ROW: Cheryl McConnell, Linda Timmerman, Rita Jantzi, Man Sullivan, Vicki Barker. SECOND ROW: Kay Elliott. Rochelle Reardon, Joanne Phillips. Pamela Rhodes, Marcia Gamble, Diane Washburn, Beverly Chrisman. THIRD ROW : Raymond Murphy, Kevin Larkin, Dennis McAnulty, Lee Berry. Mrs. Williams, Richard Taylor. Kim Whitehead, Gary Smithcrs, Wayne Smithers, Norman Fairchild. FOURTH ROW : Gordon Overton, William Whitehead, Robert Murphy, Wayne Jones, John Gamble, Willie Guyctte, James Stoker, George Kellar, Bruce Munro. FIRST ROW: Betty Wilcox, Blanche Beech, Judy Murdock, Sally Lennox, Janet Dennison, Cathy Sischo, Susan Denny. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lephart, Marcia Whitford, Valinda Pearson, Ann Fuller, Mary Chereshnoski, Mary Wilson, Sara Richmond, Mike Rusho, Billy Moore. THIRD ROW: Leonard Misczuk, Fred Wratten, Daniel Freeman, Kevin Shutts, Tracy Cheever, Gilbert Tallant, Ronnie Bates, Robert Wilson, Don Burns, William Preseau, Don Whitney. 23FIRST ROW: Nancy Datoush, Donna Pitkin, Sharon Barney, Carolyn Alden, Kathy Cushing, Sue Brown. Marcia Shelmidine. SECOND ROW: Anne Burton. Linda Sedgemore, Connie Whitehead, Mrs. McCracken. Joyce Reisman, Nancy Newton, Mary Kotlowski, Debbie Reynolds. THIRD ROW: Jim Greenwood, Don Wilson, Francis Whitehead, Edwin Draper. Mike Cascant, Paul Hungerford, Sandy Overton, Bob Steele, David Curtis, John Greenwood. FIRST ROW: Judy Lennox, Barbara Patten. Audrey Jones, Louise Hirschey, Carol Bearup, Mary Heinrich, Patricia Gregory. SECOND ROW: Margaret Lantier, Carol Waugh, Jean Marti. Linda Liscomh. Mrs. Simpson, Teresa Plantz, Diane Bacon, Denise Taylor, Fred Kucik. THIRD ROW: Terry Moore, Kenneth Corey, Ricky Wood, Jerry Briggs, Cole Filson, David Belloff, Sam Tiller, Douglas Woodward, Fred Sinclair, James Shutts, Raymond Whitehead, Steven Denny. 24FIRST ROW: Jean Welsh, Carol Jones, Gloria Taylor, Amelia Ackley, Pamela Sinclair, Cindy Giovo, Arlys Wagner. SECOND ROW': Alan Reed, Jerry Pooler, Billy Moreton, Mrs. Fee, Gary Kellar, Lonnie Liscomb, Peter Niewieroski. THIRD ROW: Tommy Tallant, David Ebdon, Paul Cascanet, Earl Lennox, Timothy Claflin, Raymond Shel midine, Gary LeVerc, Ronnie Burns. ABSENT: Jimmie Denney. FIRST ROW: Susan Brown, Emily Steele, Marcia Munk, Kathy Richmond, Tamara Wheeler, Susan Burdick, Carolyn Fairchild. SECOND ROW: John Moore, Paul Shelmedine, Gary Sullivan, Yvonne Widrick, Mrs. Harrington. Joanne McAnulty, Ernest Pitcher. Rodney Widrick, Marty Thompson. THIRD ROW: Arthur Phillips, Brian Hayes, Dean Munro, Rodney Ludlow, Lyman Remington, Micheal Hoagland, Micfieal Rice, John Nowak, Paul Church. 25FIRST ROW: Leiana Thomas, Marlee Larkin, Linda Tedford, Virginia Dewey, Sandra Font , Gail Roberts, Constance Oakes. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Sue Smithers, Mary Alice Patchen, Terry Lee, Lydia Draper. Mrs. Case, Rebecca Peck, Ann Church, Jeanne Heinrich, Beverly Liscomb. THIRD ROW: James Alden, James Wratten, Rupert Monahan, Micheal Otis, Dennis Hough, Thomas Kundel, William Elliott, Charles Doran. Richard Kucik, William Beach. ABSENT: Susan Hirschey, Richard Dallas. FIRST ROW: Dawn Shelmedine. Brenda Sinclair. Sandra Sassaman, Dee Ann O’Brien, Melanie Dudley, Betsey Rice, Vicky Pearson. SECOND ROW ; Randy Pitkin, Kevin Barker, Dale Hotchkiss, Bonita Edwards, Renee Reardon, Mrs. Greenley, Linda Spry, Donald Worthington, Harold Rusho, Tommy Moore. THIRD ROW: Billy Johnson, Charles McAnulty, Alan Jones, Micheal Richards, Fred Larkin. Ronnie Van Epps. Arnold Ebdon, Ronnie Waugh, Elmer Jantzi, Billy Misczuk. ABSENT: Denise Price. Linda Jones. 26FIRST ROW: Brenda Beckstead. Patricia Tedford. Ellen Murdock, Brenda Littlefield, Doreen Shutts, Denise Gibbs, Beverly Barker. SECOND ROW : Richard Groff, Brenda Sprague, Dianne Barney. Pamela Niewieroska, Mrs. Hammond, Cynthia Widrig, Renee Patchen, Thomas Lennox. Frank Sacci. Anthony Illingworth. THIRD ROW Daniel McConnell, lerrv Henr . Trpry Hi-jir . Norman Draper, Louis McNeil. Martin O Connor. William Mullin, Glenn Peterson. BDcnnis Brown. Larry Patchen. ABSENT: Thomas Larkin, Marian Towsley, Carol Sclmider. FIRST ROW: Barry Joy, Billy Denison, Jerry Moore, Charles Fernandes. SECOND ROW: Carol Whitney, Diane Beattie. Barbara Jant .i. Mary Taylor, Anne Ferris, Jean Hosmer, Francine Rusho. THIRD ROW: Joyce McIntosh, Connie Briggs, Sharon Taylor, Mrs. Rawlings, Barbara Dunham, Deborah Finley, Melody Pitkin, Debbie Dennison. FOURTH ROW: Tommy Larkin, Carl Freeman, Jimmy Scofield, Patrick Cascanet, Harry Jackson, Ricky O'Connor, Bobby Whiteman, David Crast. 27FIRST ROW: Billy Whitney, Raymond Sprague, Thomas Fillhart, Mark Dewey, Richard Palmer. Thomas Cu hing. SECOND ROW: Denise Jones. Catherine Marra, Teri Lynn Thomas, Kathy Berry. Deborah Price. Barbara Haller. Bonnie Wagner. THIRD ROW : Janet Smithers. Bonnie Patchen. Helen Berry. Mary Fuller. Miss Kerr. Mrs. Whitney. Cheryl Kulesca. Sue Lee. Patti Wratten. FOURTH ROW: James Misczuk, Mark Moore, Jackis Kucik. Charles Reisman, Jack Crast, Cary Peterson. Neil Vroman, Scott Nichols. FIRST ROW : Cath Maitland. Nina Dick. Man; Draper. Tina Maxoo. Joanne Cenga. Kathleen Joanne Brown. Nancy Bearup. SECOND ROW: Martiae Banka. Billy Sulli an. Martin Ted ford. BarryVot, Mrs. Kane. Jon Wliithri, Bobby FilBuit. David Simmons, Loretta JantzL THIRD ROW: Bobby Rhodes. Bobby Sbefaaidine. Warren Shelmidine. Floyd Berry. Vernon Simmons. Carl Dealing. Rickard lbiffl Micheal W hitehead. William Bates. 28FIRST ROW: Janna Joy, Cindy Spry, Sue Richards, Nancy Tcdford, Priscilla Pooler, Ann Miller, Joan Smith. SECOND ROW: Patti Niewieroski, Sherie Littlefield, Barbara Town, Debbie O’Connor, Mrs. Gleason, Sue Green, Louise Ackley, Kathy Cascanet, Diana Brown. THIRD ROW: Louis Church. Richard West, Tommy Ring, Randy Fargo, Richard Hoagland, Moreau Wheeler, David Naklick, Bruce Widrick, Dale Roberts, John Van Epps, Leo Russell. 7irst FIRST ROW: Don Maitland, Ricky Sidmon, Tommy Gibbs, Charles Chaufty, Roger Hotchkiss. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Golding. Patty Pitkin, Patsy O’Connor, Elena Vrooman, Dorene Dobbins, Cathy Fernandes, Judy Hough. THIRD ROW : Daryl Pitkin, Becky Finlev, Susan Church, Sandra Snyder, Mrs. Sinclair, LuAnn Smith, Debra Parry, David Scofield, Ralph Fowler. FOURTH ROW: Danny Simmons, Greg Lantier, Randy LaVere, Tommy Murray, Dennis Shelmidine, Timothy Cascanet, Canny McAnulty, Brian Brown. ABSENT: Michael Whiting. David White. 29FIRST ROW: Delta Sprague. Mary Lou Herse, Sylvia Brown, Nancy Goslin, Teresa Littlefield. SECOND ROW : Molly Ferris. Edna Ackley, Beverly Simmons, Kim Larkin, Anne Hayes, Deborah Filson, Deborah Palmer. THIRD ROW: Tommy Briggs, Jimmie Larkin, Martin Timmerman, Chris Hirschey, Jimmie Dark, Mrs. Widrig. David Cronk, Michael Denny. Ricky Palmer. Jimmie Doran, John Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: Michael Plaatje, Frank Woodward, Joseph McConnell. Oren Lawrence, Stephen Sassanian, John Devoy, Jimmie Rice, Jimmie Welsh. ABSENT: Glenn Sacci. FIRST ROW: Richard Dack, Calvin Johnson. Michael Chrisman, Vernon Beckstead, Jimmie Briggs, Danny Richter, Billie Palmer. SECOND ROW: Albert Brown, Sherry Fowler, Diane Golding, Brenda Widrick, Sherry Lou Barker. Rose Draper. Suanne Nichols. Audrey Delano, Tommy McAnulty. THIRD ROW: Ke in Ramsey, Donald Cronk, John Lasswell, Gayle Bates. Cynthia Diefendorf. Mrs. Scholtz, Ruth Ferandes, Melanie Moore, Warren Denny, Mickey Murray, Lonny Joy. FOURTH ROW: Theodore 1 lantz, Arthur Berry, Wayne Murphy, Bradley Edwards, Vaughn Murdock, Kenneth Crast, Keith Burns, Jimmie Simmons. ABSENT: Kim Dewey, Catherine Rusho, Danny Whiting. TCin c ergarten 30FIRST ROW: Randy Russell, Matt Pooler, Richie Clark, Douglas Bacon, David Creenley, Jon Parr)’. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Niewievoski, Joan Town, Daniella Trahan. Diane Hannon, Sally Franklin, Judith Ann Patten, Carol Ann Babcock, Susan Vroman, Debbie Ramsey. THIRD ROW: Scott Tait. Marsha Patchen, Sandra Brown, Joan Crast, Vicki Stevens, Mrs. Scholtz, Sherry Lou Barker, Jerene Wood, Helen Misczuk, Cindy Brown, Scott Fedora. FOURTH ROW: Jimmie Naklick, Michael Ring, Tommy Mullin, Dennis Cowles, Donald Hoagland, Danny Spencer, Michael Smith, Paul Pratt, Jimmie Illingworth, Darrell Hough. ABSENT: Edmund Palmer, Rockney Maxson. PROBATIONARY MEMBERS HONOR SOCIETY FIRST ROW: Rand Timmerman, Susan Waite, Patricia Creenley, Peggy Scofield, Beverly Pooler, Judy Miner, Robert Scofield. SECOND ROW: Tom Burns. Larry Seamon, Ann Whitney, Shirley Macklen, Frank Crast, Richard Burton. 31ft i J m l K h w „ ■ asr 41V im S .... — T+ “3 = " O' U ’ coemor ( 'A or us FIRST ROW: Sally Burnash. Donna Sinclair, Kathy Matthews, Pat Bechtel, Kathy Barker, Marcia Jones, Carol Draper, Joyce Bowman, Kathy Belloff. SECOND ROW': Susan Waite, Linda Snyder, Joanne Corey, Dawn Williams, Peggy Scofield, Mary W’oodward, Marcia Harris, Vesta Bates, Patty Overton. Charlene Bangs, Phylis LaCette, Lorie Fyderek, Donna Ball, Carol Pooler, Candy Kotlowski, Rose Moffett, Nancy Thomas, Roslyn Rusho. THIRD ROW: Sharon Beckstead, Bernice VanEpps, Judy Sischo, Carol Lantier, Susan Jones, Marie Berry, Barbara Cushing, Judy Richmond, Janet Hodder, Abby Hewitt, Marilyn Genga, Yvonne Beckstead, Shirley Groves, Sharon Rusho. Junior C Jiorus FIRST ROW: . Barker, M. Whitford. M. L. Pooler, S. Richmond, D. Beckstead. R. Jantzi, L. Timmerman. M. Pitcher, M. Sullivan. C. McConnell. SECOND ROW: C. Stoker. J. Denison. D. Beottie. P. Rhodes. V. Hill. S. Lennox, B. Van Epps, D. Whitehead, M. Richmond, B. Wilcox, C. Sischo. THIRD ROW: M. A. Wilson B. Chnsman. P. McIntosh. J. Phillips, V. Pearson. S. Denny, A. Fuller, S. Snvderi J. Bice, B. Ball. E. Slamski, M. Robarge, J. Kilburn, M. Gamble. K. Elliott. D. Washburn, L. Brown, R. Reardon, B. Bates. FOURTH ROW: C. Dealing, K. Lines, V. Sinclair, M. J Pooler, S. Kundel, A. Patten, B. Beech, M. Beech, F. Dealing, J. Murdock, L. Dobson, G. McIntosh, B. Wilson, V. Plantz, S. Sherman. O. Widrick, S. Bangs. 32FIRST ROW: K. Belloff, L. Snyder, R. Rusho, N. Thomas. SECOND ROW: L. Fyderek, V. Hill, S. Burnash, T. Larkin, L. Taylor. THIRD ROW: T. Cheever, B. Ball, S. Waite, P. Greenley, V. Sinclair, B. Whitehead, C. Lantier, B. Smith, S. Stevens, C. Parks, D. Whitehead, Mr. Sacci. FOURTH ROW: N. Thomas, D. Holman, M. White, J. Burns, G. Peyton, D. Reynolds, W. Whitehead, J. Dennison. R. Greenwood, K. Lines, S. Bangs. FIFTH ROW: R. Timmerman. K. Whitehead, D. Burns, P. Overton, S. Macklin, J. Peck, D. Whitehead, D. Weal, W. Smith, T. Waite, M. Richmond, B. Wilcox, M. Berry. N. Giovo, V. Datoush, R. Simpson, R. Burton. FIRST ROW: S. Richmond, L. Sedgemore, M. Lantier, V. Sinclair, T. Cheever, S. Barney, S. Brown, N. Newton, B. Van Epps, S. Denny, L. Brown, A. Burton, B. Hayes, K. Larkin, Mr. Sacci. SECOND ROW: C. Waugh, J. Greenwood, S. Overton, N. Datoush, K. Richmond, M. Whitford, R. Denny, I). Burns, K. Whitehead, C. Whitehead, D. Reynolds. THIRD ROW: J. Dennison, W. Whitehead, V. Datoush, F. Whitehead, C. Stoker, V. Hill, L. Bochman, J. Peck, B. Munro, M. Rusho, D. Belloff, D. Ebdon, M. J. Kotlowski, J. Greenwood, R. Whitehead. 34FIRST ROW: Lynda Snyder, Nancy Thomas. SECOND ROW: Marie Berry, puffy Hamilton, Bill Berry, David Weal, Carol Lantier. THIRD ROW: Susie Stevens, Abby Hewitt, Janet Hodder, Mrs. Howard, Advisor; Linda Crast, Charlen Bangs, Sally Bumash. FIRST ROW: Randy Timmerman, Barbara Cushing, Marie Berry, Bruce Whitehead, Mr. Rice, Advisor. SECOND ROW: David LaLone, Gilbert 1 alant, Sara Richmond, Nancy Thomas, Mary Richmond, Marilyn Genga, Wayne Rusho, Russell Greenwood, David Gibbs. THIRD ROW: Tom Waite, Dennis Taylor. 35Honorary TITem hers FIRST ROW: Abby Hewitt, Marie Berry, Charlene Bangs, Susie Stevens, Shona Sherman, Betty Dack. SECOND ROW: Joyce Corey, Dorothy Nowak, Linda Taylor, David Weal, John Trainor, Bill Berry, Linda Crast, Judy Richmond, Judy Sisco. FIRST ROW: Marie Berry. Bill Martzloff, Kathryn Barker, Claudia Tamblin, Betty Dack, Mrs. Howard. SECOND ROW: Norman Thomas, Linda Taylor, Thurston Brown, Craig Wagner, Georgia Graves, Linda Crast, David Gibbs, Janet Hodder. THIRD ROW: Sharon Rusho, Rose Moffett, David LaLone, Dan Whitehead, George Flaherty, Bill Berry, Joyce Corey, Mrs. Harmon, Sandra Dillenbeck. 5 36FIRST ROW: Cheerleaders-—Karen Lines. Valerie Sinclair. Susan Snyder, Mary Richmond. Vicki Hill, Diane Whitehead, Cheryl Stoker, Susan Bangs, Linda Brown, Joan Kilhurn, Coach Hannon. SECOND ROW: Ronald Timmerman. Fred Chrisman, James Dack, Vernon Datoush. David Pooler, Larry Bockman. Eddy Scofield, Frank Weal, Bob Denny, Barry Hayes, Fred Miner, Boh Snyder. Left to Right: Linda Snyder. Sally Burnash, Carol Lantier, Linda Crast, Georgia Graves, Donna Fyderek, Patricia Overton, Nancy Thomas. 38Jia.sAetba FIRST ROW: Robert Simpson. Manager: David Weal. Robert Widrick, Peter Jones. Gene Ludlow, Joel Fyderek. SECOND ROW: Coach Kane, Wayne Dealing, Tom Waite. Duffy Hamilton, Dan Wbitcbead, Dennis Kellogg. Bruce Whitehead. Craig Wagner, Roger Harris. Manager. . 77unior 7Jarsitu FIRST ROW: Cheerleaders—Patricia Grcenley, Candy Kotlowski, Carole Fyderek, Shirley Groves, Charlene Bangs, Kathy Belloff, I eri Larkin, Susan Kanaley, Susan Waite. SECOND ROW;: Coach Lephart, David McAnulty, Tom Bums, Richard Burton, Bill Smith. Ken Wratten, John Lantier. THIRD ROW: Carl Berry. Boh Burns. John Bowman, Dennis Taylor, Wayne Rusho, Marvin Fargo, Fred Walden. 39FIRST ROW: Randy Timmerman, Bill Fairchild, Joel Fyderek, Boh Burns, Tom Waite, Edward Woodward, Tom Burns, Peter Bobbett. SECOND ROW: Peter Jones, John Burns, Frank Crast, Thurston Brown. Craig Wagner, Gary Peyton. Art O’Shaughenessy, Wayne Rusho. THIRD ROW: Coach Kane, Jack Jones, Harold Gamble, William Martzloff, Duffy Hamilton, Milton Davis, Coach Lephart. FIRST ROW: John Burns, Edward Smithler, Joel Fyderek, Robert Sheley, Craig Wagner Edward Woodward. SECOND ROW: Bob Simpson, Manager; Tom Waite Duffy Hamilton, Bruce Whitehead, Dan Whitehead, Bob Whitehead. Jerry Cool, Coach Kane. 40 Jir s ’ Sports FIRST ROW: Joanne Corey, Susan Waite, Patricia Greenley, Candy Kotlowski, Linda Snyder, Charlene Bangs, Judy Miner, Susan Alden, Roslyn Rusho. SECOND ROW: Sally Bumash, Geraldine Kellar, Lorraine Mullin, Sharon Sherman, Georgia Graves, Carol Lantier, Peggy Scofield, Carole Fyderek, Donna Fyderek, Sharon Rusho, Barbara Taylor, Susan Kanaley. THIRD ROW: Nancy Thomas, Pat Overton, Linda Holley, Abby Hewitt, Janet Hodder, Kathy Belloff. Nancy Giovo, Kathy Matthews, Donna Sinclair, Judy Richmond, Susan Jones, Marilyn Genga, Bernice Van Epps, Gloria Switzer, Mrs. Dunn. Vintramura f e acfers SEATED: Coach Kane, John Scofield. Nancy Scofield, Donna Fyderek. STANDING: Roger Dennison, Roger Harris, Gary Barr, Shirley Macklin, Roslyn Rusho. Iutoaraphs 42NAME AGE ACTS AGE LIKES DISLIKES SPENDS TIME Kathryn Barker 17 2 Spring St. work at Bill’s Pat Bechtel 17 50 vacations housework in the barn Marie Berry 17 5 week-ends gooseberries flirting Thurston Brown 17 1 % rolling cars school censored Joyce Corev 17 102 steak work apple polishing Linda Crast 18 6 going steady getting to school on time baby sitting Betty Dark 18 12 Bob History watching TV Sandra Dillon heck 18 65 pizza History loafing Linda Draper 17 91 2 Driver's Ed. Health in office George Flaherty 17 22 Wops Geometry copying Geometry Lorie Fyderek 17 ioy2 15 Grove St. Fri. Nites baby-sitting David Gibbs 17 13 Yen 0 in gnikouv playing cards Georgia Graves 17 151 2 men everything making snowmen Abby Hewitt 17 2 food dieting exercising Janet Dodder 18 3 boys being bossed talking John Illingworth 17 -4 to argue human race hitting girls Jack Jones 18 3 money working winning money Marica Jones 17 19 Mrs. Bechtel Bookkeeping eating Sundaes Dennis Kellogg 18 2 wks. to argue any work watching TV David La Lone 17 10 Lorie working at Lorie’s house FAVORITE SAYING Censored Go-wan! Who's the wise guy! That smart’s Oh pickles Shut up Oh. yeah! Uh-huh! Be quiet! How come? Really, Darling You drive Yeah I give up Ya know what? I didn’t do it What are you going to buy me? “My diet starts tomorrow” Blast that flatterat I don’t know AMBITION Beautician Secretary Pharmacist Electrical Engineer Stenographer Nurse Secretary History Teacher Nurse Mechanical Technologist Airline Hostess Heir Nurse Airline Hostess Teacher Art Teacher Sail away his life Airline Hostess Navy 2nd Lieutenant OUTCOME just another wife farmer guinea pig raising lightning bugs farmer a doctor’s wife M rs. America farmer’s hand Driver’s Ed. teacher Artist Dave’s wife a money-less heir patient mother of 20 little brats lifetime student Communist in dry dock Miss America sports announcer Clerk $ACTS NAME ACE ACE Georgiena Ludlow 17 16 mos. William Martzloff 17 2V Bob Mathews 18 13 Rose Moffett 18 4 Sharon Rusho 18 14 John Scofield 18 160 Nancy Scofield 18 -6 Shona Sherman 17 28 Susie Stevens 17 35 Claudia Tamblin 18 20 Linda Taylor 17 3 % Norman Thomas 17 8 John Trainor 18 30 Craig Wagner 18 60 Dick Waters 17 6 Pam Webb 18 9 mos. Dan Whitehead 18 89 Brenda Whitford 18 3 mos. Charles Wilcox 17 9 Mrs. Howard 30 16 LIKES DISLIKES square dances commercial room kissing Coach mighty midgets Twist boys school Watertown kiddies' carnival everything “Tank” to sleep in class goose eggs in Health Chemistry waiting David Bach Lewis Winter Belleville competition loafing feed bags money work penpals Eng. themes sleeping everything boys school work Oswego people D. H. boys? Sat. Nights English snacks snapping gum U) SPENDS TIME FAVORITE SAYING doing nothing Don’t panic eating sundaes Come here, Kathryn sleeping git ta git ta go gum cracking all that jazz writing to Ken Shucks working Ain’t got none goofing off Hi, Hon writing letters Okay? playing organ Ya could have fooled me daydreaming I’ll he a dirty bird thinking of the past You big heifer at Linda’s Duhhhhh howling Dirty darn ya eating and sleeping Censored hunting Ah, come on Censored You poor thing writing letters Can I have the car? dreaming Quack-quack chasing girls Motha eating Pshaw AMBITION OUTCOME Airline Hostess Owner of a bird reserve Technician Messenger boy Mason Hell-driver Beautician Barber Phvs. Ed. Teacher Muscular Old Maid Farmer Chicken plucker Marine An aggressive spinster Housewife World’s shortest woman Teacher Lifetime Student Get married Mrs. Draper Famous Artist Famous Female Beatnik Loafer Non-working Half of Feed Co. Sailor A Bum Millionaire Japanese Ambassador A Pro. Hunter U. S. Marshal Beautician Scarecrow Dentist Bus Driver to Oswego Beautician Butcher National Guard Pie eating Champ Put on weight Light weight champion lutographsAll-Ways a Better Deal at GIBBS MacILLVENNIE, INC. CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE PHONE 2-5651 ADAMS, NEW YORK INVESTIGATE Complete Banking Service THE NORTHERN NEW YORK TRUST CO. Adams, N. Y. Members of THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 50BELLOFF'S ADAMS, NEW YORK Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum Wallpaper, Paint Clothing We Fill the Bill for You Your Family—Your Home S H GREEN STAMPS WITH ALL PURCHASES oWfan. 51 ADAMS ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANYCongratulations to the Class of '61 JEFFERSON COUNTY JOURNAL The Hometown Weekly Newspaper Commercial Printing EST. IN 1884 K-B MOTOR CO. Your FORD—MERCURY DEALER Best Wishes to the Class of '61 May There Be a Ford in Your Future HERB AL Phone 2-6561 GLAZIER-KINNEY PHARMACY, INC. "Prescriptions Are Our Specialty" THE REXALL STORE Phone 2-1841 17 Main Street Adams, N. 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