Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY)

 - Class of 1950

Page 1 of 60

 

Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1950 Edition, Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1950 volume:

THE REFLECTOR ADDISON CENTRAL SCHOOL . 9 5 O W jyu6A'5Aeof Ay Me gmz'6oo-14 452755 -Qfm Mate? lWords by Helen L June Wrlson 289 By the Tuscarora s waters ln athletlcs and In classroom Stands the A C S Honor to our school All her loyal sons and daughters May we brrng each day that passes Pledged to her success By the tarr play rule CHORUS Luft the colors float them skyward The maroon and grey ALMA MATER hear us shoutmg A C S for aye - I 1 . . I I I . ' ll ll I7-A2 6.4.4572 MR RALPH SIMPSON Prlnclpal I would luke to have the class of l95O consuder the two words Wlsdom and Democracy All that the world needs for nts guidance could be wrnt ten on a single page of a child s copybook A few stro g lnstnncts and a few plaln rules would set the world snngnng an nts way Instead of tynng It up un pernodlcal blunders learmng may need large space many volumes vast expe ruences and failure and progress but Wnsdom carrles but a small portnon of such luggage Let Wusdom be the gundnng star of your prnvate and natnonal llfe You are now and will be an actlve partncupant ln one of the greatest experiments the world has ever known For nearly two hundred years these Unuted States have been evolvlng a democratic way of lute Thus IS a constantly clnang mg scheme of affalrs to meet the needs of our changing soclety I urge you to cherl h these Ideals of Democracy that wnll make thus a better world un which to Inve - 1 . . , , . I 1 ' r 1 1 . A - . S De loatlort We dedlcote thus l95O Reflector IH memory of Mr Forrest Perry Uurmg the yeors he spent nh our oll of us We hope In some woy thus deducotlon wall show our opprecnotloh of hum os our friend school, he proved himself o friend to Qkgp vga-Lug 4 QW ,STATXON WAGS ddgygggllff R Nw sais K l 0 L9 Y-5. XXX e fe El an nl-J J Me, lf 9 5337 Q JN ,Ll Q QNX , faaf e li if fl' J Halal? lj ill ll will 4 f , fr 'flzlffs LLt? 4f fjczfmlazn J if 55 My 2 My L mf' Hgeffglll ll Jaffe fq VK X 'W L5 Q9 QE l Q W Jag R lw L pp A th N l Q Q no I D M r F h y M M fl I gh M B hy r y R h d R 6 ld 17, r ,,,-Y-.v,, L . L. , , , , . N, C f MM MMMM , MMM L , l Q We-""-l NN G-5 1 : S-J A l Nr 1: ff' J f . :fe ' 24. W ' TTU! , 1 . ""' x N fix' X 5 i J V L, 3 ll lfyy f ,mf J ,. . lS l X if W A 2 f fi' ' 'T' JJ xg ag" x 5 QL, X P ,XX qw fx f 1 f 54 I W x f f Y I ! 1 'S J X ii ' . ,: ' , ' ,, V p K . -Q , , ,J , .1 A 1 C-5 LS! XX A' X, .,,, V f Aj X I x X 1, I lgi, I ,,... 'xx Q J fl. J Aff 4 , 'ff .:,.i 1 3 1, s 145- X 0 at n J Q gf 6 J ,lf 3L ff 3 ... A W J . zz: jj? ,I f ,G x , J' ' .WLAMSTW Y' '..-. 374f X JJ' K af , W L L ff N , b e Q 'I M . val, XJ ii ..,,: A E, uf V . x L, D ,A-, Lf 5 .A,,.: , E an :ja tg f fy fa? 5315 .Eff j 5? , .K .V 39 5 14 , " , M354 ::,. ,.:: . Y ,S V Jl Ez, f' , 'Xi ' ""- fl' - X ,N :.. f ..,.' Q .- jp x 1 1 X , ,Q H: H --" 2 2- . -' ' sl: - . " N J ',"' ' J' 412 an QQ, - AS'.,.,, I X ' 4:5 S If , - M - . ' - , ,, ,wr X Q ' . S' 4 J: , ,fp f . x 1 I., 3 r .Q A ff X! f X XX 49 ,,- N .V 1 i Q5 X Q1 iv. J 42 9 1 ' L ' f , , 933' ' 5 .Lf - ,el 5 Je, xiii? 1,-fe 5 X- , wms 2 'fff "" Q19 J , ,..1 I V-'.A' , fy, E , .SSX fi xy, X -av A '--,.,,: E I I I UP li JJ J J f X 5' rn-ff J l X :JSR ,:Aq gm, nllzi ,. r . XX U Q, , V L 4 T X g LJ . Q. - f AA . 4 bffx J "1 AJ, I J MM x J f V N ef J J ' :zu rl fi Q f' J, X J tif, X ll 1 1 N nf,:X'N,gf.,f--"' W, V, Mae ' A ' ' 1 If . I 41: Q N -iiill 1, 'Ma ee A fi I ::., . ."' 22-f ,W JN H ee e CZ' 1.:, Q A . Jl V. .A Q3 JA W J .,...,- -...::: , '::':" .,,., f J Q ' 'V fx, ' f' "1: 5 we 5 ' I f v ' .5,- H f 4 JJ f 'zzai "-. f' " 1 ll ""' U ' V 1' I 1 If R .1 I E f rw Q rf I I K ,Z I K Q K lx '-sing 5, 4 In is J I -:zz z ., -s H H- I H J 'A ""' 'I '-"' V Qi 11' ":,."'q' Q f , -1:,- I 3 f in I ' H f fm I 'K A -ff . 0 i X I 7 , Xb M- ...f Af . 1 ' 42 'G "' X -...ff ' X I . J, -f'-' -if--:-K-,.. - 'ifii ' Cv' Q? ,,,,,,,! ' 6 at Kreger, James Sadler, Jean Pegner, Jun Harper, RoseVM arie L, ' , ga Ma ergch b Piutricis Vlqalz, garoly Hard F M , L K , F d H i , Ali R' rdso , el H e Jennie ose, t ' ey, ear ow er, rre 0 rgggnr hcyrse rasggs f'Etsrell,reFIOrsr:cen Wilsoimi lgiorgth D orlclzio aide Hall , Agnes Grange, J s Harrison, l-ll I y D' 'g- rnan, Mar ei cGannon, Barbara rop , Jean Wilcox, Bet ie Neely, Lyl Dicke , William L d 'g , Sally T ln Al ic ar s, uth Orr, Durland Weale, John Hopper, Hel n Hill, Paul Volant H ro Snyder. 0 SECRETARY: Miss Greenmon CAFETERIA: Mrs, Perkins, Mrs, Donlon 5 V 0 ,i JANITORS: Bill McCoig, George Newlands, Gilbert Preston, Mr, Honnohs BUS DRIVERS l53f'CA'J7'f935 P O1 xlib fi ff? Y? fff Jw Qwafm L Q ff X X f aff , Hx fgajwmgf Xxj Li ' fi L13 X V J,-VNV ' - I ag XA X, NVXX N 5 'xr Wu 1, X L xx 1 X lL15 3 V X . U4 z H, E ? , l X s"' Hex-it X D 3 9 N K '. 1 ' X ff", 4 X L A xy! 1 X li Y X V X ' S X V' 'N XX VJ? x. 13- H affyx X Q JJ .Y fifxilm X XXX NX 1 V .fy 1 ' - A C M jf , Y- ' 2f:Q, iz! J CLASS OF l95O CLASS ADVISOR Cl ASS MOTTO C' ASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER CLASS OFFICERS Keuth Jones Donald Cornish Elizabeth Stuart BETTY NEELY The dntfncult ve do todav the Impossible ll t ke 1 longer Green ahd Cold Red Rose P esnjent Vice President Secretary Treasurer Etta De Mun Voleductorlan Peggy Chart Salatatoruan Alice Johnson Thlrd John Crane Fourth Herbert Manson Fltth ' ' wi a o l'ttle HONORS KEITH ALLEN A lsght heart lsves long Basketball Jayvee I 2 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Class Pressdent 3 Rsng Commsttee 3 Student Councsl 3 Class Commsttees I 2 3 4 Sensor Play Commstte 4 Health Club 2 DARLENE BEERS Our lsfe ss what we make st n I O r 3 4 All State Ban Gsrls Chorus 3 Co Edstor Yearbook 4 Lsbrary Councsl 2 3 Sensor Play Cast 4 Class Commsttees I 2 3 4 Sensor Play Commsttee 4 Amscs Musscae I 2 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Secretary Treasurer 3 May Queen Attendant 2 3 Rsng Com msttee 3 Secretary Treasurer Health Club Secretary Treas urer Band 3 FLOYD BLISS No one knows what he can do until he trses A Club I 2 3 4 FFA Sentsnel 2 FFA Pressden F FA Football 3 F FA Steuben County Vsce Pressdent 4 Health Club 2 Sensor Play Commsttee 4 HAROLD BURTON Lsfe ss too short to waste Yearbook Staff 4 Reflector Staff 2 3 Intramurals I Lsbrary Councsl 4 Sensor Play Cast Sensor Play Commsttee 4 Sensor Class Commsttees 4 Health Club 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' A 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 A ' 1 . Ba cl , 2, 3, 4, rchest a I, 2, , , - d 31 ' ' 1 - ' 1 ' ' 1 141 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 if ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' - 1 - 1 - - F,F. . 1 , , , . . . ' g . . . ' t 3, . . . , . . . - ' 1 I . , H - - 11 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' . I ' s , PEGGY CHART "Imagination is the eye of the souI" Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Library Council 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Amici Musicae I, 2, 3, 4, Reflector Staff 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, Art Editor 3, 4, Operetta I, 2, Senior Play Cast 4, DAR Pilgrims' Award 4, May Queen 3. BURTON COOMBS He is o wonderful talker Senior Play Cast 4 Class Committees I 2 3 4 Op retta 2 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 Health Club 2 Senior Play Committees 4 Class Committees DONALD CORNISH Fortune knocks once at least at everyone s door All State Chorus 3 Operetta 2 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Public Speaking 3 4 Debate 4 lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Class Committees Amici Musicae 2 3 4 Vice President 4 Health Club 2 Mass Chorus 4 JOHN CRANE Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well Sports Editor4 FFA Club I 2 3 4 President Orcwestra 4 Vice President Orchestra 3 Amici Musicae I 2 3 4 Pres: dent of Class 2 Public Speaking 2 3 Reporter FFA 2 Senior Play Cast 4 Class Committees I 2 3 4 Op retta 2 3 All State Orchestra 3 Health Club Chairman 2 Essay Contests 2 3 Senior Play Committees 4 Spring Music Fest: val 3 State Convention Delegate F F A I 2 National F F A Convention 4 Intramurals I . A . A 5 , , ,,,, V , , , , 2 ' 1 1 I I - H , ,, - 1 2 ' , Q ' ' , 5 2 , , , 1 ' ' 2 ' 2 ' ' ' , , : I I 4 , ,.... ,, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Yearbook Staff ' 2 - - . , , , 1 ' , : , ' ' , , , . . , ' . ' . , , ,,,, H , 1 1 , ' 1 f , 2 ' 2 - , ' . . . , , ' . . . . I D ETTA DEMUN A rollsng stone gathers no moss nd I 2 4 Sec Tr O estra I 2 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Msxed Chorus 2 3 4 Amscs Musscae I 2 3 4 Lsbrary Councsl 3 4 Feature Edstor Reflector 4 ec tsonal All State 3 NYSSMA Festsval 2 3 4 Alumns Award 3 Operetta I 2 Mass Band 4 Andover Mussc Festsval 3 Sensor Play Cast 4 Sensor Play Commsttees 4 Swsng Band 3 4 Pep Band 3 Class Commsttees I 2 3 4 MARY DININNY Varsety ss the spsce of lsfe that gsves st all sts flavor Orchestra I 2 3 4 Msxed Chorus 2 3 4 Pressdent Msxed Chorus 4 Gsrls Chorus 2 3 4 Gsrls Trso 3 Gsrls Trsple Trso 4 Amscs Musscae I 2 3 4 Sprsng Festsval Solosst I 2 3 4 Sectsonal All State Chorus 2 3 Orchestra 4 Oper etta Cast I 2 Lsbrary Councsl 2 3 4 Rsng Commsttee 3 Sensor Play Cast 4 Sensor Play Commsttee 4 Yearbook Staff Asssstant Edstor 3 Edstor 4 Health Club 2 Dossy Mae 4 Mass Chorus 4 Class Commsttees JUNE FEDCHOCK She ss want to speak plasn and to the purpose Gsrls Chorus 3 4 Msxed Chorus 4 Sensor Play Cast 4 Lsbrary Councsl 3 4 Reflector Staff Reporter I 2 3 Edstor 4 Intramurals 2 3 Class Commsttees Amscs Musscae 3 4 Gsrls Trsple Trso 4 Vsce Pressdent 2 Mass Chorus 4 PAUL GOTSHALL One fact ss better than one hundred analgses Msxed Chorus I 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 All State 4 Pressdent of Amscs Musscae 4 Yearbook Staff Snapshot Edstor 4 Sensor Play Commsttees 4 Pep Band 3 Basketball Manager 3 Operetta I 2 Reflector Staff 2 ff . ,, . , Ba , , 3, , .- eos. 4g rch , , 3, 5 Gsrls , , , , , , , , , , , , , 5 - , , , s . , , , , , , , , , , , 1 - ,, . .... . , ,, , , s , , , , . ' ' , ' ' ' . ' I ' , , , , , , , , , s , I I I I I I - , s , , , , , f , , , , , . H . . ,, , , , s , , , , , , , , , . , ,s . - ,, I , , , . , s , , , , s , , , - SSE LEONA HADLOCK The smile is the whisper of a laugh Orchestra l 2 4 Vice President ot Homemaking Club 3 4 Senior Play Committees 4 Reflector Staff Fashion Editor 4 Class Committees Health Club 2 DA R Dressmaking State Award 3rd place DA R Dressmaking Local Award lst place 2 Amici Musicae l 2 4 MARJORIE HOUGHFTALING Virtue is its own reward lntramerals l 2 3 Health Club 2 Yearbook Staff Head Typist 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Class Committees 2 SHIRLEY HOUSEL Let us enjoy the present we will have trouble enough later Intramurals l 2 3 Health 2 Chorus l 2 3 Reflector l 2 3 Yearbook Staff Snapshot Editor 4 Senior Play Committee 4, Class Committees 2, 3, 4 ROBERT HOUSEL "Every man is the maker of his own fortune" FFA Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, FFA Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer F.F.A. 3, F.F.A. Vice-President 4, Senior Play Com- mittee 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, County F.F.A. 2nd Vice- President 4, F.F.A. County Delegate 3, Class Committees l, 3, 4, National Convention F.F.A, Representative 2, 3. BERNITA INGERSOLL "Practice makes perfect" Class Committees, Senior Play Committees 41 Drum Majorette l, 2, 3, 4, Homemaking Club l, 2, 3, 41 Yearbook Staff, Lawyer 4, D.A.R. Dressmaking local award lst place 2, D.A.R. Dressmaking State Award 2nd place 2. IVAN JACKSON Doing nothing witn a great deal of skull Senior Play Committee 4 Class Committees l 2 3 4 ln tramurals l 2 3 Library Council 4 ALICE JOHNSON Good humor is one of the best articles of dress on can wear in society Intramurals l 2 3 Health Club 2 Amlci Musucae 3 4 Mass Band 4 Band 3 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Class Committees 2 3 4 Alumni Award 2 KEITH JONES lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Football l 2 3 Soccer 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Jayvee Basketball l Varsity 2 3 4 CoCapta1n 4 All County Basketball 3 Class Vice President 3 President 4 Orchestra 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Ring Committee 3 Senior Play Cast 4 Co Editor Refelctor Staff 4 LII Abner 4 Mass Chorus 4 Class Committees Amlci Musicae l 2, 3 4 Il - - .I ' ll - ' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 fi I I - Q . . 11 1 1 1 1 " ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiam" 1 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - ' I - I . - . I . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 - 1 ' 1 I I V l 1 1 - PHYLLIS KITCHIN Haste makes waste Gnrls Chorus I 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus President 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 L1braryCounc1l 2 3 4 Reflector Staff 2 3 4 lreporter and typlst 33 Amlcn Muslcae I 2 3 4 Operetta I 2 Class Commlttees Intramurals 2 3 Senlor Play Com mnttees Health Club 2 HERBERT MANSON A good sportsman ns never quarrelsome Intramurals I 2 3 4 Football Manager I Football 3 Sac cer 4 Baseball I 2 3 4 JV Basketball I Varslty Basket ball 2 3 4 Co Captam 4 Basketball Sensor Play Cast 4 Boys State Representatuve 3 Reflector Staff Sports Edutor 4 Pappy Yokum 4 Lnbrary Council 4 CLAYTON MOORE There II be a hot time IH the old town tonight Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra I 2 3 4 Vlce President Orchestra 4 Amlcl Musncael 2 3 4 Mnxed Chorus 2 Reflector Staff I 2 3 Operettal 2 Intramurals 3 Senlor Play Cast Sensor Play Stage Manager Senlor Play Commuttees 4 Class Com mnttees I 2 3 4 Andover Musuc Festlval 3 Massed Band 4 Scuence Club 3 Swlng Band 4 Pep Band 3 ROYCE NOLTON Let tomorrow take care of Itself Intramurals I 2 3 4 Health Club 2 Sensor Play Commuttee 4 Class Commlttees I 2 3 4 1, 11 , , ' . , . b . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . 11 A 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 f ' . ' . 1 1 1 , . 11 1 . . . 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 11 . 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - JOSEPH PELLICANO The chnef art of learnung ns to attempt but luttle at a tume lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Intramurals Captann 2 3 Intramurals Dnrector l Class Vlce Presndent l Operetta Commuttee 2 Vlve President Student Council 3 Rlng Committee 3 Pres: d nt Student Council 4 Senuoor Play Commlttee 4 Yearbook Staff Business Manager 4 Class Comrnlttee l 2 3 4 LYLE ROSS Much wusdom often goes wnth tae fewest words JEAN SMITH A walling helper does not walt untll he IS asked Class Commlttees l 2 3 4 Lnbrary Councul 4 Sensor Play Prompter 4 Reflector Staff Typust and Reporter 4 Homemak Ing Club l 2 3 Gmrls Chorus 2 3 4 Vice Preslden Amucs Musecae 4 G AA Mass Chorus 4 ARLENE SMITH Second thoughts they say are best Hornemakung Club l 2 3 4 Sensor Play Commsttee 4 Re flector Staff 4 Class Commlttees 3 4 1 I 1 I I 1 I . I . - . I . I . - . . I . . I .- e ' ' ' ' ' , , Senior Play Committee 45 Class President lg Health Club 2, ' , , , z ' ' 1 ' I V I ' ' , , Q ' ' , , , A 1 4: j . . . . ' , , , : ' ' 1 - 1 ' , . ELIZABETH STUART There IS no genlus nn lute like t'1e g nlus of energy and actlvuty Band l 2 3 4 Orcwestra 4 Mass Band 4 Amucn Musucae 4 Health Club 2 Intramurals 2 3 4 Reflector Staff 4 Head Typust 4 Llbrary Councll 3 4 Class Com mlttees Homemaklng Club l 2 3 4 Sensor Play Cast 4 Scc Treas 4 Mamrny Yokum 4 PHIL'P THOMPJON He IS g ntle who doeth gentle deeds Soccer 4 Semor Play Commlttee 4 F F A Presnd n 4 ln mura'sl 2 3 4 FFA Club Class Comrnuttees THELMA VONA Llttle l ask my wants are few Homemaklng Club 3 4 Lnbrary Councul 3 4 lntramurals 2 3 4 Senior Play Commlttese 4 VERA WILCOX Be salem or say somethnng better than sllence Homemaklng Club 2 3 4 Sensor Play Commnttee 4 Class Commuttees ,, . .... . S. .. ,, . , I A .. . , , , , - , , l, 2, 3, , , , , , l, 2, 3, , , , , - , , , , , ,, . ,, , - . . - .5 L A - , , .. . -. , tra ' I 1 1 1 -A r I - ,,. ,, , . , , , , , , , - ,, . . . ,, , , , , CLASS HISTORY OF l9ll9 I95O ln the balmy month of September l9-46 green but eager freshmen started out our hugh school career un room l5 un der the watchful eye of Mr Lundrugan our advusor for the year Lyle Ross was elected Presudent to guude the class through that furst crucual year wuth Joe Pellucano as vuce presudent and Peggy Chart as sec retary treasurer Actuvutues of the year consusted of a wuener roast on the pun nacle and two class partues one at Chrust mas the other on Valentunes Day June wuth uts tradutuonal exams soon rolled around and most of us were now Sopho mores Summer vacatuon passed all too quuck ly and soon some of us were gathered un room l9 wuth Mr Sadler as our class ad vusor and the rest of us un the typung room wuth Mr Harruson At the furst class meet ung John Crane was elected presudent June Fedchock vuce presudent and Anna Hougf talung was appounted to keep our lumuted funancual resources and notes un order We of course had to have the tradutuonal fall wuener roast thus year at Luttle Nuagara Other actuvutues of the year uncluded a class Chrustmas party and a Halloween party wuth dancung and refreshments The next fall found us back at AC S as Junuors Thus year we had Mr Sadler as our advusor agaun un room 19 We came to realuze that our hugh school years were half gone wuth the best two years stull ahead of us so we settled down to do some work both for ourselves and the class Keuth Allen was elected presudent for the year wuth Keuth Jones as vuce presudent and Dolly Beers as secretary treasurer Our annual wuener roast was combuned wuth a hay rude that year and was held at Bear Falls A class Chrustmas party was held and we uouned forces wuth the Senuors to put on a Junuor Senuor prom the se and un several years due to the war Thus prom wasn t a bug success from a funancual standpount but a large crowd was there and a lot of good wull was buult up The next September soon rolled around ard 35 of us tramped up to the balcony whuch was to be our headquarters for the year wuth Muss Neely as advusor Thus was our Senuor year the year we had spent ll years workung up to wuth uts promuse of graduatuon and the Senuor trup We really had to dug un to keep up our school work and stull put on actuvutues to earn money wuth whuch to go on the Washungton trup Some of these actuvutues uncluded the Senuor Play the Sadue Hawkuns dance sellung Chrustmas cards and statuoruery several un formal dances and varuous other thungs all put on for the purpose of makung money The year soon passed and the supreme mo ment of graduatuon was at hand So our hugh school years passed and found us go ung out to take our places un the world and there us just a shade of sorrow un our faces as we go out the doors of AC S for the last tume as students The class affucers for our Senuor year were Keuth Jones pres udent Donald Cornush vuce presudent and Eluzabeth Stuart as secretary treasurer 1 r I - I I . I - ' 1 I . . . . -- - F I f V I - . , . . . - I 1 1 - ' -1 , . . . .. . , l - ' '- I , 1 I I . . . . . I 1 ' l . . 4. .1 I ' I r ' I I I T , . 1 I - I . I 1 ' r CLASS WILL We the class of l95O through our lawyers Bernuta Ingersoll and Harold Bu ton hereby bequeath our most valuable possessuons to the class of 5l they wull take good care ot them trustung Arlene Smuth leaves her seat on bus 8 to Lorena Smuth hopung that she won t be so crowded on the back seat next year Floyd Bluss leaves hus class rung to Ag nes Parker untul she gets a replacement Clayton and Etta just lett on theur honeymoonllll Herbue Manson leaves hus red haur to Bert Reynolds and Janet Callahan to stop some of the feudung between them Burton Coombs leaves hus gutt at gab to Clara Butler to pester the teachers wuth next year John Crane leaves hus vuolun to Charles Bottum hopung he wull be concert master next year June Fedchock leaves her temper to Dan Hovey because ut wull match hus red hour Jean Smuth leaves her muddle unutual CMD to Jean Smuth because she doesnt have one Dolly Beers and Keuth Allen leave theur method at gettung along to Carolyn and Max hopung they make up as often a they dud Mary Dununny leaves her blonde haur to Sonya Stone hopung that ut wull help her to get the rught man Peggy Chart leaves her love letters from Larry to Barbara Stuart and Sue Ann Troy to keep them warm on cold nughts Leona Hadlock leaves a yellow con vertuble to George Tucker and Melba Park er Paul Gotshall leaves to Donna Hand a new car CStudebaker unstead ot a Frazuerl Harold Burton leaves hus ways of get tung along wuth gurls to Duck Vanderhott Royce Nolton leaves hus boxung abuluty to Manfred Naar so he can get along bet ter wuth Muss Neely next year Ivan Jackson leaves hus abuluty to druve hus Dads car to Clunton Travus fMaybe he can do better? Joe Pellucano leaves hus abuluty to tell tall tales to Percy Husted although he doesn t need ut Bob Hausel leaves one of hus pruze cat tle to Charles Babcock and Clutford Pad gett Shurley Housel leaves her long haur to Judy Oakley Bernuta Ingersoll leaves her shako Velma Vona hopung that between them they wull be able to full ut Aluce Johnson leaves her place on the honor roll to Norma Stewart so she wull keep up her good work and be on ut next year Keuth Jones leaves hus hot trumpet to Leo Sharpe so he can struve un band next year Vera Wulcox leaves her quuet ways to Elwyn Ingersoll' Luz Stuart leaves all her brothers and susters to Wayne Sherwood because he doesn t have any Phul Thompson leaves hus talent at get tung along wuth Mr Weale to Don Smuth Don Cornush leaves hus dark haur to Betty Bergh so she won t be so conspucu ous Phyllus leaves her Kutchun to Erma so she wull be a good H nd un ut Thelma Vona leaves all her boy truends to Vuvuan Mose to uncrease her collectuon Lyle Ross leaves cu bag of kusses to Duck Lewus Francus Mather and Don Rouse to pass out to the gurls Mudge Houghftalung leaves and takes her typung wuth her hopung she has as good luck landung a boss as her suster dud I I l , . . . I lr' - I t I . . I . . , ' . 1 1 h - - Q . - ' ff - ff ldrum majorette hatl to Betty Merrick ond ' I I . ' ' II ll - I I A- S ' ' I - ' Il ' ' II I 4 II G II ' ' . I I CLASS PROPI-IECY Llsten children whale we play The half century kld are on their way Don Corrxsh as row a hugh pressure salesman They try rot to buy but oh hofv he nalls em Ellzabeth Stuart IS Interested nn foreign races Especlally Dutch who as one of her cases June Fedchock now lnves In a mansson She IS ke pang hous for Herb Manson Clayton Moore wnll not dug another ditch Les Brown and has band hlred hum In place of Buddy Rlch Joe Pellncaro funally becam a lawyer He s lnvestngatnng the wall palnted by Tom Sawyer Peggy Chart an artlst was she ls row panntlng portraits for Harry S T Etta DeMun has publucvty galore She s In a side show with Clayton Moore Paul Gotshall through Volante s careful trannzng Now goes In for cheerleading and schreechlng Off to New York went Dolly Beers She grabbed a mlllnonanre by the ears We always thought Harold Burton had aballty He does he now resldes among Noblllty Keith Jones who was always slnghtly hazy Married a scrubwoman whose name was Mazzy Phyllis Kutchun became a model lwlfel Across the kntchen she now does toddle Royce was a boxer and oh how he could fnght But he lost hls tltle on hls wedding night Alnce Johnson teeth wnll full When she becomes the dentlst of Hedgesvllle The late Keith Allen was shot by a gun When Dolly found hum a tnng lake Mighty .loe Young Very prosperous IS Phnl Thompson Must have been all those rlbbons he won' Lyle Ross went to college But soon got marrred nnstead of more knowledge Shirley Housel was a dancer Untll she gave a mllllonalre the nght answer Mary Dlnlnny married an earl And ns donng fnne as pun up gurl Burton Coombs has followed has brother Now he sees slde shows one after another Leona Hadlock on a Broadway stage now prances She practiced every week at the Frlday nlght dances S . V 1 x . I . A 11 11 - ' I 9 9 . . K . e , . . . . 1 1 , . . . , . . 1 , . 1 - rs - ' 11 1 11 v . 1 , . , . , . John Crane a senator as he Has dozens of ladytrlends In Tennessee Arlehe Smsth vs now a nurse All her patients leave In a hearse Bernuta Ingersoll twnrled herself to fame And now In brrght Iughts you see her name Vera Wulcox havung met her wlshes Now does her hubby s dustlng and dishes Ivan Jackson from justice wnll not budge Now that he ns elected county fudge Ard IS do ng hne as a farmer s wrfe Bob l-lousel operates a dandy dairy A gurl famed Clara he s soon to marry Floyd B I1 s was admutted to the bar Erned some money and bought a car Thelma Vona has won great fame Ferocuous Irons sh now does tame Marjorle l-loughttalahg ns a secretary four She artd her boss make a wonderful panr And now the ball begins to fade Into the future I can no longer gaze Jean Smith is settled for lite . ' E ' ' ' . CLASS PRESIDENT MESSAGES TO THE cLAss or l95l As we leave A C S we are handing down to you the task of carrying on for cs We say farewell wnth a touch of sad ess although we are eager to see what th future holds for us We wlll always ch rush the rnemorses we have made at A C S and remember our ma Wy l ade s who have helped to make us better young adults of tomorrow We hope we can always be a credit to our school Future Sensors thank you for your fnne cooperation all throughout the ear lf we can be of h lp to you do Pot fall to call on us May you make Kelth Jones Sensor Class President OUR MESSAGE TO Tl-IE SENIOR CLASS We the junior class wlsh to congratulate you Seniors on your accom pllshments of the past year Although we deeply regret your leavlng we hope as we take your place we can leave our year feelvng that our tlme has Pot be n spent In valn and our success will be an lnspnratlon to our successors as you have been to us We wall mass your companuonshnp and guldlng hand which has left many memories especially nn athletics We wnsh every one of you leavnng A C S the greatest happrness and success n whatever and wherever your next accomplishment may be Leo Sharpe .lunlor Class Presldent 11 I : A 4 it 5, 'l95l a great year for all of you and A, C, S. X Af, K JUNIORS Row l Francus Mather Janet Callahan Jean Smuth Vxyoan Mose Betty Mernck Velma Vona Erma Hand Sue Ann Troy Charles Bottum Mr Sadler Donna l-land Agnes Parker Leo Sharpe Percy Husted Bert Reynolds Stuart Bean Wayne Sherwood Sonya Stone Betty Bergh Cluftord Padgett Lorena Smlth Melba Parker Clara Butler Judy Oakley Norma Stewart Clara Brown Beverly Brown Carolyn Dartt Barbara Stuart Donald Smnth Duck Van Derhoff Elwyn Ingersoll Dan Hovey Manfred NOW GeOrge Tl-lCl46f ROW 2 Row 3 Row 4 Thus year s group of yolly lunuors met In room l9 wlth Mr Sadler as advisor Leo Sharpe was elected Presudent Percy Husted Vnce President an Sonya Stone secretary and treasurer The annual wlener roast was held at Bear Falls lwlth plenty of teachers for chaperonesl We held our Christmas Party an the gym wlth a tree and all the tnmmungs The year was clurnaxed by the annual Junuor Sensor Prom The queen Norma Stewart was crowned by l949 s queen, Peggy Chart x SOPHOMORES Row Row l John Jenkins Franklin Smith Herbert Lucas Robert Fero John Morris David Hurl but Tharon Jones Fredrick Adslt Rosalie Vidigison Christine Allen Kenneth Yaples Jack Lamphier Beverly Ran dall Martha Hurlbut Diane Coone Wilma Cisco Shirley Neylands Fred Sprague Helen Gill Elva Stage Lucille Crane Elanor Olinger Lorraine Nichols Betty Jones Margaret Bonham Faye Gosper Eugene Crosson Mr Harrison M Dingham Joan Hall Mildred Paris Marilyn Woodard Freda Pellicano Marilyn Graves Lor raine Hill Sandra Costley Maude Risely Frances Monahan Richard PCIIFTHGV David Reagan Robert Hawkins Willaam Wright Robert Mose Charles Root David Thompson Julian Gill Martin Blend Row Row The Sopohomores met in the upper corridor of the school house with twenty two meeting in Mr Harrison s room and the remaining forty in Mr Dingman s room We elected Martha Hurlbut president lllene Mose vice president and Shirley Lewis, sectretary treasurer We enjoyed a wiener roast at Bear Falls Most of the class and many members of the facultv participated At Christmas the two groups joined in Mr Dingman s room for a party Gifts and refreshments were enjoyed And so we close a guiet and cheerful year and look forward to sitting in the junior homeroom next year ff ' fr I ' I I I I I I I I I ' - , , - - I , , . 1 - Row 3: lllene Mose, Betty Quick, Lillian Nolton, James Baker, Kenneth Mead, Robert Riffle, , , , I I , . I I I I ' I r' 41 V , I ' ' , ' A f A , ' V , ' V I I I I I 5: j j' , j ' ' , , , ' . , . I . . . , . . . ' I I I I I . . . . . , F HMAN Row Row Row Row Row Clarence Kelly Malcolm Jones Elwyn Coon Gerald Gable Gradley Stone James Croft John Mitchell Nelson Reppert Don Thompson Donald Kruse Joan Butler Joyce Lamphler Leona Hunter Janet Benyamln Mary Wheaton Joan Davls Ellen Chapelle Marvln Wheeler James JOCkSOn JGFHGS Pepper Harold Bartholomew Louise Crane Maxine Wllcox Elma Blend Shirley Stafford Frances VanClse Mary Works Merva Taylor Ruth Butler Lorralne Rogers Emma Johansen Donna Smuth Vonda Smith Evelyn Dunn Anglvlne Dunn Robert Chappell Jack Smlth Annette Arnett Peggy Herrnngton Lots Kruse Mary Hyde Nancy Sprague James Mason Terry Towner Paul Kennedy Robert Nlchols Robert Barber Ba 5 Max Hess Thomas Henry Dennus Shroeder Arnold Gosper Wlllnam Hubbard Phlllp Bennett Larry Hunt Steve Salerno James Talbot Donald Beauvler The Freshman Class of l949 50 began thus year wnth the election of the follownng students as offlcers Donna Smith Presldent Shirley Stafford Vice Presndent Joyce Lamphuer Secretary Treasurer Thelr actlvltles thus year lncluded the class wlener roast whlch was held at Bear Falls and our class Chrustmas Party X ,Aj Y r X , A x ,QA , . A .V .. - sssss lr , I , , - , , 22 , , , , , 32 , , , , , I I 1 I I 1 I I S I I , . 42 , , , , , , , , , ri- ll. . EIGHTH GRADE Row I Row 2 Row Row 4 Helen Scandlon Grazia Allen Helen Gardner Myrna Brown Vlrglnla Mose Joyce Snyder Vlvlan udlgson Betty Bean Lois Callahan Veronnca Barrett Beverly Baker Sally Curtns Barbara Ross Peggy Russ Barbara Sxrnpson Anne Ruffle Dons Abeel Betty Muller Patrlcla Herrington MOTION Hurgusses Edna Preston Flora Adfl Phyllls Stuart Angle Potter Ethel Rrsley Ann Lamphner La Vera Nuxton La Rae Van Clse Judy Catchpole Ellnor Hubbard Barbara Garner Ella Blend Mae Hackett Nellle Push Ester Sulllvan Joyce Dann Kaye Howard Janet Crane Dorothy Baker Grace New man Glenora Farr Nancy Padgett Row Row Row Row 4 Frntz Meyers Alvnn Brown Fred Conklln James Gull Harold Wood Lawrence Hub bard George Olunger Jesse Faulkner Marvln OBr1en Richard Church Thomas Hall Charles Meyers Ralph Race Davnd Hoagtlun Donald Hnllyard James Manley Richard Baker Ray rnond Snyder Lee Moore Eugene Bovee, Raymond Snyder, Lee Moore, Fred Simons, Stacy Jackson, James Hawkins 1. ' Q , , . ' : . C . f . f f .l I I ' , , , , , I I I I - ance, Alva Dignen, Rita Crane, Betty Heckart, Margaret Angelhart. 3: V , , I ,g , , , - h , f 1 , . ' ' 5 I 1 1 1 1 ' , f - l l 1 t l 1 22 ' , , ' ' ' , ' , , SEVENTH GRADE w Row 2 Row 4 Pauln Stewart Jo rn rrwtrm He en Sutton Jockalyn Hubbard H len Jo PbSlDS Ruth Gasp r Sally Cran Gadys Shelansky Crystal Robertson Joyce Baker Carol Sllsbee Martha Towner Manlxn Beers Dorothy Morsemann Janette Mlcnel Carmen Relllcano Duane Dov: s Shirley Mules Bonnie Hopper Crystal Huggins Janlce Stewart Betty Puckett Dorothy Jenknns Mary Qulck Mary Barber Norva lngersoll Carrell Cook Eva Newman Janet Beers Anne ROOT Julla Wulson Carol McNett Arlene Stinson Wllma Groves Mary Crane Betty Lou Smlth Mary Lou Stewart Elaine Rice Row Row Row Row 4 Ernest Garn r Kenneth Andrews Kelth Dalrymple James Kelly Kelth COOmlDS Elwyn Whltehead Hollis Llewellyn Francns Nobrlga John Gangeme Durlond Harrington Robert Dale Charles Tornpkuns John Hyde Ronald Crossan Carl Gosper William Russ Gordon Ley: Lee Dunnlng Roger Walker Gerald Gardner Arnold WEST miller Larry Gull Dale Powers Kenneth Jones George LaChance Fred Sherwood Wulllom RI0l Ed ward Martln Wulluam Aumuck Dale Knapp Albert Meyers Gordon Sprague Nell Resue Claude Kemp Robert Wnght Edward Stafford Carl Blass Rachard Curnrnlngs Stuart Benedsct Joel Allungton l Ri, l: e , aw. S Il, I , , e , y I , H, , , -I V Row 3: Doratha Randall, Mary Cook, Leona Aurnick, Eloise Hallett, Winona Guernsey, f ,,,4 ' I I I I I f , J l 5 e , , ' , I , , 22 , ' , I , , , ' I . A . . , 31 , , , , , - 1 1 1 I ' , . G fi rw f fi? fin 2 wg 5 t ' I 1 I i Y x X Q A V 1' UN 1 vb v I X 5 E 'AJXAVTQ I Q X 9 iiixl ,fl ,X fa LQ 5 no ,eg Ja ll! J 1' aj H Q flxgxg f -Rw fZ,2f STUDENT couNcu. 11,41- L... Seated Mary Cook Martha Hurlbut Joseph Pellucano Stuart Bean Donna Smnth Standing Helen Scanlon Keuth Jones lllene Mase Leo Sharpe Nelson Reppert Who wrote the A C S Constntutlon7 Who as In charge of assemblues? Who chooses those assemblies? Who gave megaphones to the cheering squad? Why, the Student Councul, ot course' The man wath the gavel Joe Pellncano Asslstant gavel pounder Stuart Bean Qunll pusher Martha Hurlbut Chancellor of the Exchequer lllene Mose dir' 'V'-v '-4 S ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' W ' - -f- vw, Y e V H. , , , U . 1 h . ' . A, Q , , I t , : , f I f , I g ' - - H . LIBRARY COUNCIL Prnvate Secretary Martha Hurlbut Head Bookmaker Sonya Stone Veep Eleanor Ollnger Harold waving a dust cloth Herb Manson sorting magazlnes Mass Wilcox June and Peggy creating a bulletin board Marllyn changlng the stamp Thelma cleanung the grade lnbrary Betty Gosper and Agnes pastung book packets Jean shelvnng cowboy books Herb Lucas and Charles helplng 7th graders Mary showung Kelth how to check out magazines Joan and Ken sharang noon desk duty Barb and Luz belng our sister comblnatnon Judy Betty Qulck Shrrley Ilene Carolyn Chrlstlne Rosalie and Duane cut ting out clapping Ivan Lorraine Etta Clara Dolly Janet Elva and Phyllls stamping books all a e our Lnbrary Council at work"' Seated Chrlstlne Allen Muss Wnlcox Martha Hurlbut Sonya Stone Kenneth Yaples Eleanor Ollnger Row 2 Keuth Jones Herbert Lucas Etta DeMun Clara Butler Betty Gosper Agnes Parker Lorraune Hull Phyllis Kntchnn Thelma Vona Elizabeth Stuart June Fedchock Mary Dlnnnny Jean Smlth Janet Callahan Row 3 Charles Root Barbara Stuart lllene Mase Peggy Chart Darlene Beers Carolyn Dartt Judy Oakley Duane Coone Shlrley Newlands Rosalie Vldlglson Marllyn Graves Betty Quick Elva Stage Ivan Jackson Harold Burton REFLECTOR ADVISORS wwf MlSS WILCOX HARRISON REFLECTOR STAFF NEWSPAPER STAFF YEARBOOK STAFF June Fedchock Edltor un Chief Mary Dlnunny Edutor ln Chuef Keith JONES CO ECl'T0f Darlene Beers Co Editor Clara Butler Assistant Edutor Judy Oakley Art Editor Leona l-ladock Fashnon Editor Herbert Manson Sports Editor Leo Sharpe Assnstant Sports Editor Stuart Bean Assistant Edntor John Crane Sports Editor Joe Pellucano Busuness Manager Peggy Chart Art Editor Eno DeMun Feature Editor Mudge Houghftalung Head Typist Betty Gosper Busmness Manager Shlrley Housel Snapshot Edntor Elnzabeth Stuart Head Typist Paul Gotshall Snapshot Editor Melbfi Parker P""'lTe" Bernsta Ingersoll Lawyer Betty MEFFICR pflnfel' H B L Arlene Smith Joke Editor Jean Smuth Joke Edrtor aro urton awyer ' 2 Q , AT' me fe l, at A f - MR. YEARBOOK STAFF , , M, Seated Peggy Chart Stuart Bean Darelene Beers Josepw Pellncaro Mary Dlnlnny Standung l-larold Burton Bernlta Ingersoll John Crane Marjorie l-loughtalmg Paul Gotshall Shnrley l-lousel Mr l-larrnson Mass Wrlcox NEWSPAPER STAFF Seated Judy Oakley Elizabeth Stuart Etta De Mun Clara Butler June Fedchack Keuth Jones Mass Wllcox Raw 2 Barbara Stuart Janet Callahan Ellen Chappell .loan Butler Betty Gosper Lorraine l-lull Lars Kruse Melba Parker Betty Merrlck Lorraine N1chols Eleanor Olnnger Mr Harruson Raw 3 Leona Hunter Jean Srnlth Betty Jones Shnrley Lewus Arlene Smuth Leona l'lCJd lock Phylnss K1tch1n Joan Hall Robert Ruffle Leo Sharpe . , X , . I , , - - 1 1 1 1 1 , . , . Q , . 'M .5 I be - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 , . f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - GIRLS CHORUS Row Row Row Row Shnrley Lewos Betty Jones Daane Coone Shlrley Newlands Joan Hall Betty Ulck Rosalae Vudlguson Chnstnne Allen Jean Smuth June Fedchock Agnes Parker Frances Stewart Clara Butler Helen Gull Peggy Chart Mary Dlnmny Lois Kruse Janet Benjamin Joan Davls Phyluss Kltchln Beverly Randall Annette Arnette Shurley Andrews Mary Wheaten Ellen Chappelle Frances Monahan Lorralne Hull JOan Davis Joyce Lamphuer Nancy Sprague Leona Hunter Eleanor Olmger Lorraune Nichols Etta De Mun Lulluan Nolton Blend Ruth Butler Elma Blend Catherlne Randall Geraldine Church MIXED CHORUS Seated ROW 2 Row 3 Row 4 Clara Butler Shlrley Lewus Betty Jones Duane Coone Shlrley Newlands Joan Hall Betty Qulck Rosalne Vndnglson Chrustlne Allen Beverly Randall Lorraine Nichols Mass Morlock Don Rouse Agnes Parker Frances Stewart Joan Davies Mary Wheaton Joyce Lamphler Janet Benjamln Nancy Sprague Leona Hunter Lnlllan Nolton Etta De Mun Shurley Andrews Phyllss Kutchm Frances Mona han June Fedchock Mary Dlnunnq Peggy Chart Donald Cornish Keith Jones Nelson Reppert Joan Butler Ruth Butler Ellen Chappell Annette Arnett Helen Gul Paul Gotshall Robert Mose Wnlllam Wrlgl-mt David Hurlbut James Jackson Robert Chappell Wayne Sherwood Catherune Randall Jean Smlth Lorranne Hull AMICI MUSICAE Officers Presndent Paul Gotshall Vice Presudent l eo Sharpe Secretary Treasurer Ilene Mose Advusors Mlss Morlok Mr Snyder Last summer the A C S Band played a serles of elght concerts ar home and away One of our most enthuslastlcally recenved concerts was gsven at Bath Veterars Admlnnstratlon Hospital The first protect durung the school year was the Sectional All State Festival Nov l8 and l9 at Canandalgua New York Fave people attended Band Stuart Bean Orchestra Mary Dlnlnny and Norma Stuart Chorus Clara Butler and Paul Gotshall Advisors Miss Morlok and Mr Snyder December l9th we put on a Chrnstmas program called Christmas ln Other Lands Thus was a jolnt project of the Girls Chorus fourth through elghth grades and Orchestra January 30th the March of Dlmes Program saw our Triple Trno Four Teens Quartet and the Band takang part On February 4th Adduson played host to Mr Snyders Band The Massed Band Festlval Guest conductor Mr Walter Beeler of Ithaca College Host Conductor our own Mr Snyder The Bands over 250 boys and gurls taksng part from eleven area schools February 25th the same schools took part In an ldentucal program for Chorus both mnxed and gurls at Cohocton March 24th and 25th the annual show for the Recreatuon Fund placed the Trlple Truo Four Teens and the Swing Band on stage Thus year s NYSSMA Contest was held at Penn Yan New York May 5th and 6th and we entered Grrls Chorus Muxed Chorus Triple Trlo Two vocal soloists Band Orchestra Trumpet Quartet French Horn Quartet Woodwlnd Qulntet and a brass quartet . 1. l D . , . . 1 1 1 1 1 . ,, . ,, . . . . . ' 1 , . I - - 1 , . . -- 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' - 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I BAND Row Raw Row l Joan Doves lllene Mase Carolyn Dartt James Croft Ronald Barber Joan Butler Kelth Jones Darlene Beers Etta DeMun 2 Janet Callahan Elezabeth Stuart Beverly Boker Arnold Gosper Barbara Sampson Dna Kenneth Yeaples Robert Barber Leo Sharpe Stuart Bean John Mltchell Clar ence Kelly Joyce Lamphear Francas Stewart Aluce Johnson ne Davies Sally Simpson Carol Hamxlton Kentlfn Coombs Keith Dalrymple Clara Butler Bob Mose Nancy Burlingame Nancy Sprague Nancy Spaulding Kenneth Jones Rnchord Lewus Nelson Reppert Vnvlon Culbertson Bert Reynolds Clayton Moore Fred Sprague Kenenth An drews Norma Stewart Dons Abeel Lars Callahan Bernlta Ingersoll Mary Dunrnny OFFICERS OF THE BAND Presndent Keith Jones Vrce Presndent Stuart Bean Sec reta ry Treasurer Etta DeMun Row 41 Mr. Harald Snyder, Directory Mary Jo Kennedy, Helen Jo Phelps, Mary Wheaton, ORCHESTRA Row l John Crane Charles Bottum Darlene Beers Etta DeMun Martha Hurlbut Mary Dmlnny Row Joan Butler eona Hadlock Betsy Bean Loss Callahan Elnzabeth Stuart lllene Mose Joan Davis James Croft obert Barber Kelth Jones Joan Hall Francug Mona an Row 3 Doris Abeel Mary Barber Leona Aumlck Vuvlan Vldnglson Sally Curtis Kenneth Yeaples Leo Sharpe Stuart Bean Clarence Kelly Wayne Sherwood Nelson Reppert James Jackson John Mntchell Clara Butler Row 4 Fred Sprague Clayton Moore Robert Mose Norma Stewart Mr Harold Snyder Durector OFFICERS OF THE ORCHESTRA President John Crane Vuce President Clayton Moore Secretary Treasurer Norma Stewart - 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Seated Bernuta lngersoll Leona Hadlock Mrs Morse Lucllle Crane Elnzabeth Stuart Lounse Crane Row 2 Melba Parker Velma Vona Betty Merruck Elma Blend Mary Hyde Lulllan Nolton Manlyn Graves Martha Hurlbut Row 3 Arlene Smuth Erma Hand Thelma Vona Harruet Hyde Vlvuan Culbertson Ello At the September homemakung club meetlng the followung officers were elected President Sue Ann Troy Vnce Presudent Leona Hadlock Secretary Treasurer Lucllle Crane We had a successful bake sale at the ag four to earn money We exchanged presents at our gay Chrustmas party held un the homemaklng rooms We had a farewell party for Mrs Kreger January l2th Mrs Morse taught us durung the second semester and accompanied sux of us to Cornell The homemakung gurls all made dresses whuch were entered un the DA R contest held In February Melba Parker was awarded farst pruze Erma Hand second prize and Ellzabeth Stuart honorable mentuon ! , . Blend. , . FFA Row l Claude Merrlck Donald Smnth Charles Root Robert Housel Phrlnp Thompson Francls Mather Mr Weale Herbert Lucas Dan Thompson Row 2 Bradley Stone Spencer Mose Harold Bartholomew Jullan Gull Charles Bottum Floyd Bluss John Crane Donald Kruse Clnfford Padgett Anglvrne Dunn Jack Lamphler Tharon Jones Kenneth Meade Manfred Narr George Tucker Duck Van Derhoff Bert Reynolds Marvln Wheeler Robert Hawknns Arnold Gosper Elwyn lngfersoll Larry Hunt James Jackson James Baker Franklin Smlth Malcolm Jones Row 3 The local F F A offucers In our chapter are Phll Thompson Presndent Bob Housel Vvce President Francus Mather Secretary Charles Root Treas urer Herb Lucas Sentnnel County officers are Floyd Blass Vice President Bob Housel Second Vrce Presndent Charles Bottum Sentnnel The chapter opened the year with boys showlng cattle at Bath Falr where we won many prrzes ln October we combined our local fanr wnth the Grange Elwyn Ingersoll represented us at the Natlonal Convention of Future Farmers ln March a group of boys and Mr Weale attend Farm and Home Week at Ithaca ln May we attended the State convention at Waverly where Bob Housel trled for the Emplre Farmer degree ln May we had a Father and Son Banquet The officers puns and local degree puns were presented ci L u414P',,lf'-Q 7... 1' 'V J o o o l f 0 J If , 4 ,2" . g 3 'jr 7 T1 A . , .1 is I 1 L . 1: VL , J 1 1 'K 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . . . I I 1 1 I 1 1 ' I I . . - 1 1 1 1 1 ' l ' THE simon , PLAY J From left to r1g'1t Elizabeth Stuart Darlene Beers Keuth Jones Peggy Chart Burton Coombs Etta De Mun Mary Dnnrnny Harold Burton June Fedchock Clayton MOOre Herbert Manson John Crane Harold Duquet Duke a young mon of wealth Herbert Manson Ma Mrtchell proprretress of Ma Mrtchell s Coffee Shoppe Elrzabeth Stuart John Wrggnns Slum poor but honest Kerth Jones Shsrley Mrtchell Ma s daughter Dolly Beers Lana Henderson a student Peggy Chart Bull Taylor the basketball captain Burton Coombs Katherrre Skunner Poodles a student June Fedchock Vnvran Parker the school belle Mary Drnrnny Ossre Vrctor a student Harold Burton Mr Vnctor Ossre s father and local banker John Crane Pete Lewrs the younq basketball coach Clayton Moore College Daze rs a comedy wrth actron galore' The play concerns Hartdale a typucal luttle college town the actron takrng place rn Ma Mrtchell s a typical off campus hang out Duke rs a swanky eastern boy and Slum s a boy from the country They decrde to change ndentrtres and the plot thuckens untrl the real udentrtres are known The play was very successful due to the cooperatuve efforts of the ienrors faculty and of the townspeople and our drrector Mass Bettie Neely ll L l ll ' I ll - - - ,li - 11 . I , T' D . D , - I . A Il II . , DD D D D Ella Rose Peters -- a very studious student ,ecs D D D Etta DeMun - ' I ll Il ' 1 ' I I ' I ' N - 1 . ' I 1 I I J 1 l I - "L., Jiri 521 :airf- Nw J 7 f 3Q 2 fi, JWK X a t I1 I 9 t ' H I4 I PL .J N , 1 5 f' If rr k-Xfwf Q I f f 5 MA . , I fu f X4 X X u ' I 5 XS Rm I 1 HN XX Q C kWiR iL1i vi 5 3 ,M f'41 - X VV X NKXX M ,W X X sv XX jx Mj X 1 XX- k LYJDNF N 'f' X fi 5 N iff ,A Ejx 'L ff- , , 4 PUL 6 ML, Jil ,V 1 " 'll' S2295 QW I PJOCCER ,gs Row l Francls Rlce Bob Ruffle Duck Van Derhoff Kelth Jones Davnd Thompson Herbert Row 2 Gerald Gabel Manager Charles Root Bert Reynolds Herbert Manson Arr1Old Gosper Danlel Hovey Max Hess Clifford Anglehart Marvin Wheeler Percy Husted Phulup Thompson Coach Harding l95O saw the fnrst soccer team that Addison Central ever produced Even though It wos the boys flrst year at the new sport they had a good season with Hornell the only team whuch beat them twnce In all the other matches Addlson won one lost one A leogue of nearby schools was formed which Included Addison Hornell Corning Northside and Ham mondsport Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Wins Hammondsport Hammondsport Jasper Northside Northside Jasper Hornell Hornell Tues l Losses V115 ' 1 - Bsvvlb ' l M' F 51f"'f ., ,- K Q "' '- fy xf ' l A ' 1 Qld x s' l I A v R f- It ' I X x 'Y 7 JJ X I 'xg x . ,cf , 1 X5 tl , ss - Sr ,f ' ,f . L l D 54' 1 X 1 4, sl J l Lucas, Donald Rouse, John Morris, Martin Blend, Robert Fero. l I , . I I ' . . . I I . . I - ' 4 - 3 ' 3 - 4 ' 4 .C..C 4 ' 3 ' .C.. 4 ' 4 ' ..,. 3 ' 4 ..,-. l . 4 - B - M - 7 . O - H w - - 6 BASEBALL Seated Percy Husted Danlel Reppert Tom Knebel Keith Jones Fred Sprague Standing John Jenkins Manager Bob Fero Bob Hurt Phnl Bennett Clifford Anglehart Donald Rouse Coach Ober Herbert Manson The baseball team In June l949 went to the flnals In Rochester for the furst tume ln many years They were edged out by one run by Nunda They deserve complnments for the tune work they dnd under the coaching of Mr Ober Addsson Addlson Addnson Addlson Addison Addison Addison Addnson Addlson Addison Addlson Addlson Addison Addison Adduson O 6 7 Hornell Pannted Post Camsteo Campbell Elkland Hammondsport Hammondsport Campbell Canrsteo Pannted Post Northside Cuba Northside Phelps Nunda Wins 9 Losses 7 ' lO ' - - - ' l2 -- ' l - - - Addison l5 Elkland - - - ' l5 ' lO ' 6 -W- ' 5 ' - , - . 3 . M ' 6 ' -- ' 6 ..-- ' l2 ' -- ' lO .... 1 R - l , ,X A A J 4 , I yi 7 J vARsvI7YlJ X RJETBALL Seated John Mntchell Manager John Morrls Wayne Sherwood Kelth Jones Percy Husted Coach Hardlng Standing Leo Sharpe Bert Reynolds Herbert Manson Max Hess Dannel H0vey ClIffOrd Anglehart Fred Sprague Duck Van Derhoff The Adduson Central varsity had the best season thas year under the coaching of Mr Hardnng that any Addison varsnty has had srnce l940 the last year that a champuonshup team was produced here The only team that defeated them twuce was Campbell They had a good season and deserve a lot of pralse for the hard work they dud to give us a successful year Season Record Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addison Addlson Addison Addison Addlson Addison Campbell Horseheads Elkland Westfaeld Canrsteo Horseheads Avoca Woodhull Harnmondsport Elkland Canusteo Avoca Hammondsport Campbell 44 Jasper Wins l0 Losses 6 'flcfffi 4 I, 7 f tj lf Sf f - f, J inc,-uf, . 1 H f ,I I LY .I Mfg.--' L Addison 48 Westfield .u.u 40 ' 37 2 2 2 2 54 ' 36 2 2 2 52 ' 40 u.u.. 42 ' 49 ' Cuf. 36 ' 6l ' ...C 45 ' 53 2 .- 2 4l ' 53 u.,u- 49 ' 70 2 2 2 2 49 ' 45 2 57 ' 6l u.u. 35 ' 36 ' ,.-, 48 ' 52 2.22. 46 ' 46 2 42 ' 42 2 2 2 62 ' 2222 2 3l 'Y VARSITY CHEERLEADERS This year the frve members ot last year s Jayvee Cheerleading Squad replaced last year s Varsity Two more members were chosen Sonya Stone and Mary Dlnunny maknng a total of seven Mnss Luppuno was our Advisor and de our new uniforms whuch were our prlde and joy Thus season was ve u essful wuth wholelfmearted backnng of students and parents 1 " Our fpvornte yell us nu g s nn For the maroon For the grey Addison Varsity R l Left to rnght Mary Dnnmny Judy Oakley Carolyn Dartt Janet Callahan llene Mase Sonya Stone Norma Stewart . . , . , . ' I I . . I . - . 1 . . . I . l' . f . 5 1 ' C . 1 J ' ' Q gy N -K J t 5 ' i . 0,1 K '- - ht , K ' g s 1 , -, . ,W , v ' 9 'J ' 't . " r ' xr 1 ' 3: ' 1' V . 1. " .w ' ' Q 'AJ 'Mo , l RGl'1l :V 4 'V 'l A A 'E 1 Vi Q 9 , . , r ', Q X 1 ' l X . ' U! , , , 1 J J 9 I ' iv 1 . i , x CJ E' 1 I+ l it V I 5 5' ' ' 9 I' 1 1 ' fill ' I j ' ,M , ,KY l l X s x . X I X! 515' g ,t JAYVEE BASKETBALL , 2 Seated Coach Hardung Donald Rouse Jack Lamphuer Bob Fero David Hurlbut Steve Salerno Manager Standung Herbert Lucas Martn Blend Wnlluam Wrnght Arnold Gosper Phullp Bennett Charles Root The Jayvees got oft to a rather bad start this season by losing the fnrst few games However they sudd nly got on a wlnnlng str ak and won the last sux stranghtl All at the games except three were very close as far as scorung went and spectators at the games were shown some excellent playang We re proud of Captaln Fero s bays Westfueld Campbell Addison Addlson Addison Addison Addison Addison Addlson Addison Addison Addison Addison Addlson Adduson Addlson Addison 59 Wuns 8 Elkland Westfreld Canlsteo Horseheads Avoca Woodhull Hammondsport Elkland Cannsteo Avoca Hammondsport Campbell Jasper Losses 8 ' 26 ' 2 2 2 2 27 ' 34 2 2 2 2 37 Addison 34 Horseheads 2 2 36 ' , 22 2 2 ' 36 ' 2 2 ' 4O ' 2 2 ' 52 2 ' 43 2 2 2 ' 36 2 2 ' 32 ' 36 2 2 ' 29 ' 2 2 2 ' 28 2 2 2 ' 32 ' 23 2 2 JAYVEE CHEERLEADERS The Jayvee cheerleading squad was made up of four new members Mary Wheaton Janet Benjamin Darlene Beers and Joan Davls We adopted the Varsltys old u-'uforms but devised many Pew and dnfferent cheers of our own We had a very succes ful year Ju Janet Bengamun Mary Wheaton Joan Davis Darlene Beers . t I l 7 3 :J 'Pj 1 ' - my lf 3' u Lljl! Z - l X K' ld 2' 1 -fi X v V I' x l kj YV xt I l W of 1 'E W " - E L A D D u z o omare o s S feam nr r Rallnng W ees Janice Iayt and L 10 Mary Kane and Gary Lewns 11 Betty 12 asketball Game 13 1 our Jean and Phul Baseball Payes 22 Bob Four Teens 4 FFA Boys 25 Alpine Clu 26 Janet and Judy 27 Sc ool Board President 28 Carolyn and Janet 29 Grade Library 30 Leo and Wayne 31 Smllnng 32 Beverly 33 Puck a back Rude 34 Steve 35 Betsy 36 Teachers on Saturday 37 Hero Worshup 38 New School 39 Washnngtan 40 Jnmmy 41 Mr Volantes Car 42 Frlends7 43 Hub and Francns 44 Bob and Frances 45 Pals 46 Peggy and Cherry Blossoms 47 Janet an Sprung lfpa I. 2-fMr, Frit , 3-S ph B y . 4-Pal . 5-D G' 1. 6-M s, "1.." 7A- ' 11 1 . Bf ' , 9- C iz. - ' . 1 . -B . -"B'g F , 14-H f 15-Tommy. 16-Mr. Weale explains, 17-Lorraine, 18-Senior Play. 194Theron and Charles. 2OfA New Book, 21- l r . - . 23- . 2 4 . . . . - 4 b. - . -Y h O DOTC11 bfyle 2 V1 US ry I Lye Royce 4 The Boss 5 Lal Abner and Daisy Mae 6 The Gan ua Gxrls Goan H me Phyl and Luz 10 Musker ers 11 Under a Cherry Tree 12 Happy Burthda an M 4 Sr Pu c 15 Easter Parade 16 Chaperones 7 Prosperous Farmer 18 Refresnrnents 19 Th a :tal 20 hu dren S nuor rap 22 Harod 3 haperanes 24 A Swower 25 Glamour Gals 26 Sleeping eaufy 27 eek a Boo 28 Thelma 29 Kexth Allen 30 Clay? and Etta 31 e Boys At a Dance 3 e 34 Mass Morlok 35 Keith and Herb 36 Grade Lubrary 37 S neor Play 38 Make up 39 Ooooh' 4O Corning Working 41 A Bug Joke 42 Buddies 1-D g ' . -l d t . 3-Ph'I, I , . - . - ' ' . - g. 7- H 1 " ' 8- ' ' o . 9- ' , - ,e , - , - ' y, 13- Je . 1 -Jr.- . 'cni . - . - , l - , - ' A - e Cp. -C'l .21-e' TQ - 1.2-C . - f'. - , - ' B , -P - - . - . - ' , - . -Th , 32- , 3-Jo . Compliments of Belvedere Frult Stand Painted Post N Y Bonady Brothers Painted Post N Y Hrllyords Grocery Freeman N Y John Butler General Store Von Vleet N Y Gleason 81 Baker Elkland P Davenports Garage Elkland Pa Burtons Grocery Elkland P Snyder 8. Baker Elkland Pa John L Sheen Department Store Elkland Pa Ben Franklin 5 8. 101 Elkland Pa Morens Klddy Shop clkland Pa Kenyon Bros Elkland Pa Donleys Pharmacy Elkland Pa C Ray Sumner Elkland Pa Lumazza Market Elkland Pa Charles Surlna Elkland P Hennrngs Hardware Elkland P Tysons News Store Addlson N Y Varn Varn 81 Dascomb Addlson N Moores Mull Addlson N Y Frosts Addrson N Y Bernrce Beauty Shop Addison N Y Ralph B Dykuns Addison N Y Eagle Hotel Addison N Y Turners Restaurant Addison N Y Mables Dlner Addison N Y Famlly Shoe Store Addlson N Y I . . , , . . I I - - u I I I ' ' I I - - I I U I I I ' I I I a- I I ' ' I I . , , . , . .. I I ' ., , . I I I ' . , , . I I ' , , a. Vans Sales 81 Service, Elkland, Pa. I I U- I J I I ' ' I I I I ' Y' , . . I I r O , . I I - - I I P P . , , . . I I - - I I - - , . . I I - - I I ' ' In Addison It's STIKER For CAR and TRUCKS PHONE 'I50 34th ' Compliments of D O D D A T O S L L TOWN ER SODA BAR The est In Used Cars YEAR 1950 SENIORS Addlson N Y TILLMAN S ABOVE ALL A REAL DRUG STORE P tedPost NY pl e s BEMENTS DAIRY Po ted Post N Y C pl ELKLAND LEATH ER COMPANY Tanners of Prnme Oak Sole Leather ELKLAND PA ' 1 , ' - Willys Jeeps , . . I V om imerwts of ain , . . Com im nt of L l l ' l l b . l , . in , . . Ingersoll Rand MANUFACTURER OF COMPRESSORS PUMPS GAS AND DIESEL ENGINES and MINING MACHINERY pl e tso SHULTZ MOTOR CO d a ELKLAND ELECTRIC CO Light 81 Heat Power Elkla d Pa ELKLAND TRADING CO INC Elka d P PERRY S GENERAL STORE GROCERIES MEATS ICE CREAM LIME FERTILIZER HAY Ma n Street Rathbone N Y pl e ts o GRAND UNION COMPANY ted Po t CRAWFORD BROS FRIGIDAIRE DEALER GRocERlEs FEED COAL 8. HARDWARE e ts to the e KEN CORNISH 81 ORCHESTRA ROUND 8. SQUARE DANCING eo M s FRITZ SERVICE STATION ERNESTO FRITZ PROP I007 Kendall Products Com im n f I Com im rm f Elklan , P . Pain s , N. Y. . I n , . Cameron Mills, N. Y. A Complim n S ruiors I n , a. I Cam r n ill, N. Y. I i , . . 0 Modern Methods of Printing The Pointed Post Press IS the only job ond commerclol prnntung plont ln Steuben County equipped with modern outomotlc mochlnery ond foculutles to produce fnne printing with speed ond effrcnency The Pounted Post Press hos complete equlp ment to produce prlntung by the offset method When you need prnntlng whether It ns tickets for o show or o 500 poge book the Pointed Post Press IS equipped to hondle It both with equlp When you hove ony prlntlng problems come to us ond we wall osslst you with your lox out poper nllustrotlons ond colors of :nk As on odded service If you wlsh typewrltten letters reproduced with sngnotures w con prlnt them by offset ond deliver the some doy If ord r lslnby ll OOom CWe printed the 444 poge Steuben County Supervnsors Proceedlngs ond delxvered the completed fob In eught weeks two weeks before requested delivery dotel AINTED OST RESS I I l . . I .' . . a v - u I 1 n A I - ment ond expert workmen. . . . X - n Q u I I , . u a Q ' u I l V . , D 4 o I T' efso GUY H MAYER HOME FURNISHING FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES AMBULANCE SERVICE HOVEY BROTHERS ESSO SERVICE TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES St eet F C SLOCUM 81 SON INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER TRACTORS IMPLEMENTS GUARANTEED SHOP SERVICE F tSt 4 s N LANDO S GRILL HOME COOKED MEALS LEGAL BEVERAGES St e t Add Y l pl ers BARRS 5 8110 JOHN B DAVIS STORE DININNY S DAIRY Mllk and Creom GEORGE HUBERT pl efso FIRST NATIONAL BANK Add Complim rm f I I Com im n of I I I Compliments of 1 1 Front r Addison, N. Y. I I I 121 ron reet Phone I3 I Addi on, . Y. I . 2 Com im rm f I 3 Main r e iggn, N, . ' ison, N. Y. AMERICAN HOUSE Ha y 81 Ze Chappell Owne s HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS REGULAR MEALS Ad so NY M B SUPER MARKET FRESH FRUITS 81 VEGETABLES FRESH MEAT Ca l Rouse Manager CHART S MARKET Mens Gnocsmes Pnonucs Phone 48 Addison N e ts to the Se J C BARKALOW APPLIANCE STORE G E YOUNGSTOWN BENDIX MAYTAG For better teeth ond smoller Dentist bulls Eot less sugor Wlfmot you do eot Eot ot one time eoch doy ond tollow It by cleomng your teeth pl ets LEONARD B HOAGLIN Plumbing and Heating Pho e I23 Add son N Y ADDISON NEWS Pau Chu che Dons Rouse Compl ments of W A D E S Feed Coa Add son N Y rr , r ' I I t . . 1 di n, . . , . . Com im n ot r 1 I n ,- I , . . I ' 1 ' I ,Yu l r r Complim rt' niors i I I i , . . G WENDELL HAND USED CARS USED TRUCKS AMOCO PRODUCTS EASYTERMS BOUGHT SOLD EXCHANGED P N L A TAYLOR STORE Fancy Groceries Fruits Vegetables g t MOREN S DRESS SHOPPE Add -Qufofmja 5 1 PHONE: 1604 DAYS - 403-W NIGHTS Painted ost, .Y. Jor. Hamilton 8. Hi h S S T T Compliments of r Compiiments of o n X 1 -- I ' N. Y.


Suggestions in the Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) collection:

Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 26

1950, pg 26

Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 56

1950, pg 56

Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 15

1950, pg 15

Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 50

1950, pg 50

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.