Addison High School - Knight Yearbook (Addison, NY)

 - Class of 1952

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Q dw ywwe 521,65 N CENTRAL SCHOOL 3 H101 Cl fel' Q Words by Helen L June Wtlson 28j By the Tuscarora s waters In athlettcs and ln classroom Stands the A C S Honor to our school All her loyal sons and daughters May we brxng each day that passes Pledged to her success By the fair play-rule CHORUS Lift the colors, float them skyward The maroon and gray ALMA MATER, hear us shouting: "A, C, S, for aye". 2 l'lllClfJl1 5 Weuage MR RALPH SIMPSON Prlnclpal I would lrke to pass on to you Semors some words of a famous Amerrcan Thomas A Edlson The greater part of the courage that 1S needed rn the world rs not of a herolc krnd The common need rs for courage to be honest courage to resxst temptatron courage to speak the truth courage to be what we really are and not to pretend to be what we are not My message to you is Be courageous! Have Farthl Go forward! 3 0 0 if , E Mil ' ' I: ' 'ffl- it , , V T "-' A ??J' 55 F ' l Y O .. , . .. - .. .Iecbcafion We the Semor Class of 1952 dedrcate thrs our yearbook to Wrlliam Lundngan some of us he has been a Latrn teacher for all a gurding hand By thrs recogmtion we wrsh to express our apprecrauon of hrs efforts for our class and also for those classes whrch have preceded us 4 As Freshman advisor Mr. Lundrigan helped shape our future high school careers. For jafuhg Ya ROW1 Miss Gee Mrs Newcomb Mrs Jimerson Mrs Meahl Miss Manning Miss Fairfield Mrs Trrches Mrs McCarthy ROW2 Mrs Oakdcn Mrs Herrington Mrs Driscoll Mrs Wilson Mrs Orr Mrs Kelly Mrs Kolb Mrs Hallett ROW3 Mrs Mullaney Mrs Griffith Mrs Beers Mrs Hill Mrs Mose Mrs Dickey ROW4 Mr Simcoe Mrs Church Mrs Gardner Mr Griffith Mrs Hopper Mr Tubiolo Mrs Grange Mrs Gill Mr Butchko L ROW 1: Mr. Houser, Mr. Del Grosso, Miss Relyea, Miss Wilcox, Miss Ayres, Mrs. Kleinsphen, Mr Sadler, Mr, Kreger ROW 2: Mr. Lundrigan, Mrs, Fowler, Miss Ritzenthaler, Mrs, Hurd, Mrs, Richards, Miss Read, Mr Simpson ROW 3: Mr, Dingman, Mr, Dickey, Mr, Snyder, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Simcoe ROW 4: Mr, Gushue, Mr, Reichert, Mr, Volante, Mr, Harrison, Mr, Brignall, Mr, Hopper, Mr, Weale 5 ft JGmfOrS George Newlands Albert Preston Mrs Herdrrch Bernard Mullaney E1royHanr1ahs .M 1 MW KHP ...IL :umm-I SD IVE N65 if + -Q z W 2 .......:::9 'Viz Z4 Secrefqry M155 Sorenson Cafeferrq Mrs Herdrrch Mrs Perkrns Mrs Donlon Mrs Losmger 6 021l:0,lJ MR KREGER Advtsor CLASS OFl952 HONORS Frances Monahan. Fredrick Adsit .... Marilyn Westbrook ,..,,.., Phoebe Hathaway, Spencer. Mose .... CLAS Fred Sprague Robert Fero Ilene Mose Marilyn Westbrook CLASS FLOWER. Gardenia CHRISTINE ALLEN ...Q-.-.-...aa .Q Valedictorian . . . Salutatorian . ....... Third . .... Fourth . . . Fifth OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer CLASS COLORS Blue and White CLASS MOTTO Either we will find a way o we will make one FREDRICK ADSIT A confident easy mrnd Student Council 3 4 Vice President 3 President 4 News paper Staff 3 4 Assistant Editor 3 Editor 4 Senior Play Cast 4 Class Commrttees I 2 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 President 4 The very flower of youth Intramurals 2 3 Girls Chorusl 2 3 4 Library Council 1 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus I 2 3 4 Yearbook staff 4 Triple Trro 4 Amrcr MUSICBB I 2 3 4 PromAttendant 3 Class Committees 3 4 Senior Play Committees 4 7 Q' Q17 'Cl' Intramurals I 2 3 4 Soccer 2 3 Iayvee Basketball 2 Varsrty Basket ball 4 Baseball I 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 3 4 Am1c1 Musrcae 3 4 Semor Play Commrttees 4 JAMES BAKER No legacy rs rrch as honesty FFA I 2 3 4 FFA Pubhc Speakrng 4 Semor Play Commlttee 4 MARTIN BLEND He S81d lrttle but to the purpose Intramurals r 2 3 Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Lrbrary Councrl I 2 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Prom Attendant r Trrple Tno 4 Am1c1 Musrcae I 2 3 4 A11 State 4 Semor Play Cast 4 SUE BORDEN My heart IS hke a srngmg brrd Commtttees 3 4 DIANE COON A merry heart that laughs at care 3 xv! G1r1s Chorus 3 Mrxed Chorus 3 Semor Play Commrttees 4 Class 1 T SANDRA COSTLEY what wrsdom can you find that rs greater than kindness? Semor Play Committee 4 Intramurals 1 Prom Commrttee 4 BETTY CRANE' Vrrtue IS hke a nch stone best plarn set Llbrary Councrl 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Semor Play Commrttees 4 Class Commrttees 3 4 Newspaper Staff 2 3 4 Grrls Chorus I LUCILLE CRANE Her voxce was ever soft gentle and low Class Commlttees 3 4 FHA I 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Secretary Trea surer 2 3 Semor Play Commrttee 4 1st Pnze xn DAR Dress Revue 4 GENE CROSSON "Better the world with a song" Intramurals l,2, 3,4g FFA I,2,3,4g Vice President of FFA 4g Iayvee Basketball lg Senior Play Committee 4: FFA Basketball l,2,3,4 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Semor Play Commlttees 4 Class Commlttees 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 Lrbrary Councll 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Am1c1 Musrcae 1 2 3 4 Massed Chorus 2 3 FHA I 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Semor Play Cornmlttees 4 Class Com tees34 ROBERT FERO Look forward w1th hope Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 Newspaper Staff 3 4 Student Councrl 1 Baseball I 2 3 4 Iayvee Basketball 2 Varsrty Basketball 3 4 Soccer 2 3 Class Presrdent I V1ce Presxdent of Class 3 4 Class Commrttees 1 2 3 4 Semor Play Cast 4 Pappy Yokum 4 HELEN GILL A true fnend IS forever a fnend BETTY GOSPER Well t1med s1lence hath more eloquence than speech Llbrary Councrl 2 3 4 FHA 3 4 Class Commtttees 3 4 Semor Play Commrttees 4 Newspaper staff I 2 3 4 FAYE GOSPER Not by years but by dlsposltron rs w1sdorn gamed Q 10 ' 11 ' vv F , ' 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 I K ' f . " : 1 1 1 1 1 . e 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 2 f ' 4-34 11 - - - 11 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I B U B I , 11 - - - 11 V' ' 1 1 Q 1 1 1 Q Q 1 1 1 4 'K v U. , . ,, V . . . . . . ,, 4 1 1 1 Q I I ' , . 1 .S MARILYN GRAVES A penny for your thoughts Lrbrary Counctl 2 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 3 Semor Play Commrttees 4 FHA I 2 3 4 Llbrary Councrl Award 3 Class Commrttees 3 4 JOAN HALL Ltberty of thought ts the llfe of the soul Intramurals I Orchestraz 3 4 Mtxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 G1rls Chorus I 2 3 4 Semor Play Commrttee 4 Massed Chorus 2 3 Amlcr Must cae I 2 3 4 All State 3 4 Lrbrary Council 2 3 Publlc Speakrng I 2 3 Class Commrttees 4 PHOEBE HATHAWAY Let knowledge grow from more to more Mrxed Chorus I 2 3 G1rls Chorus I 2 3 4 Sec Treas 4 Yearbook Staffz 3 Newspaper staff I 4 Amlct Mustcae 4 Publrc Speakmg 3 Lrbrary Counc1l3 4 Prestdent 4 Intramurals 4 Sentor Play Cast 4 Vice Presrdent of Llsteners Club 3 Tn Delt 2 FHA I Band 4 ROBERT HAWKINS Good health and good sense are two of hfe s greatest blessrngs FFA I 2 3 4 Sentmel 3 Secretary 4 FFA Football 2 FFA Softball 2 Semor Play Commrttee 4 Intramurals I 2 3 4 11 n '- psi I A 5 ltr: : I uf ' ' u . .' ." 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IK u nv ' -" . .. . llc fur: 1 :I ui S 3 :P 2 I I S' I I n ., -.- rin: 1 l I I I von DAVID JOE HURLBUT Gather ye rosebuds whrle ye may Mrxed Chorus I 2 3 4 Presldent 3 4 V1sualA1d 3 4 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Baseba1l3 4 L1braryCounc1l 3 4 Jayvee Basketball 1 2 3 Badmmton 2 4 Varsrty Basketba114 Operetta 3 Yearbook Staff 4 All State Chorus 3 Massed Chorus 2 3 Amrcr Musrcae 1 2,3 4 Class Commrttees I 2 3 4 Senlor Play Cast 4 MARTHA HURLBUT Intramurals I 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 FHA I 2 3 Pres1dent3 Sec Treas 2 Amrcr Mustcae 1 2 3 4 Class Presrdent 2 3 Muslc Festt vals 1 2 3 All State 3 Crnderella Attendant 2 May Queen 3 News paper Staff 2 3 4 Sentor Play Commrttees 4 Play Prompter 4 Stu dent COUDC112 3 Sec Treas 2 3 Class Commrttees I 2,3 4 Lrbrary Councrl I 2 3 JOHN JENKINS Let us work wrthout dlsputrng Mrxed Chorus I Intramurals 4 Varsrty Basketball Manager 1 2 Varsrty Baseball Manager I 2 Football Manager I Track 3 Baseball 4 Class Commrttees 3 4 Senror Play Commrttee 4 BETTY JONES 'A good heart's worth go1d" Intramurals I,2, Gxrls' Churus I,2,AmlCl Musrcae I,2, Mrxed Chorus I,2, Newspaper Staff I,2, 3, Senror Play Commrttees 4, Class Commlttees 4 12 I ' ...:' .:' '.: A 1 ..: .:' '.: ..: - , ' .1 ' : 9 9 , gy 5 .3 ., . . ,J C f,'A ' ,..:' M "A wise and understanding heart" ..a ..:' :- Z.. , .,': . .S . .- ..Q 2' : : - ..:' ' : :- '.: - .: ' . .:' .. . , .. .. . . , .. MALCOLM JONES Nothing succeeds like success FFA I 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 County Delegate 3 4 FFA Basketball I FFA Public Speaking 4 Jayvee Basketball 2 3 Varsity Basketball 4 Soccer4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 FFA Committees 1 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Amicr Musrcae 2 3 4 Massed Band 2 3 4 Music Festival 2 Operetta 3 Senior Play Committee 4 Visual Aids Club '45 A Intramurals I,2, 3,45 Soccer 2,3,45 Iayvee Basketball 25 Varsity Bas- ketball 3,45 Baseball 2,35 Library Council 35 Sports Editor of News- Q paper Staff 35 FFA I,2,3,4g President 45 Sports Editor of Yearbook Staff 4 FFA I 2 3 4 FFA Basketball 4 Intramurals I 2 3 4 L1braryCouncrl 3 Senior Play Committee 4 JACK LAMPHIER Nothing IS impossible to a willing heart SHIRLEY LEWIS Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content Intramurals 1, Girls' Chorus I,2, Mixed Chorus I, 2, Library Council I, Ring Committee 3, Class Secretary Treasurer I,2,3, Newspaper Staff 3,4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Play Committee 4 HERBERT LUCAS "Wit and wisdom are bom with a man" FRANCES MONAHAN mrnd to me a krngdom rs Intramurals! 2 3 4 General Manager4 Orchestra I 2 3 4 All State 3 Mrxed Chorusr 2 3 4 Grrls Chorusl 2 Amrct Musrcae I 2 3 4 Class Commrttees 3 4 Publxc Speakrngr 2 Monologues 2 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Sec Treas 4 DAR Prlgrrmage Award 4 Debate 2 Alumm Award 1 2 3 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Assrstant Edrtor 3 Edrtor 4 Semor Play Cast Q JOHN MORRIS 4 There rs no wrsdom lrke frankness ILENE MOSE Hall to thee blxthe sprrrtl lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Grrls Chorus! 2 StudentCounc11I 2 Sec Treasr 2 Mrxed Chorus I 3 4 Newspaper sraffx 2 3 4 Co Ed1tor4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Presrdent 4 Am1c1Mus1cae I 2 3 4 Sec Treasr 2 3 Bandl 2 3 4 Secretary4 Lrbra ry Counctl 2 3 Treasurer 3 Prom Attendant 2 All State 3 Massed Band2 3 4 Class Secretary3 4 C1assV1ce Presrdent I 2 Class Commrtteesl 2 3 4 Cheerleaderl 2 3 4 Grrls State Representatrve 3 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Senror Play Cast 4 14 A KENNETH MEAD "lf you hath money, it doth not stay" Intramuralsl 2 3 Class Committees 3 4 FFA I 2 3 Jayvee Basketball 1 2 Varsrty Basketball 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Soccerz 3 4 Intramurals! 2 3 4 SemorPlay Commrttee Q'-T. Intramurals 2 3 Grrls Chorus I 2 3 4 Lrbrary Councrl 2 3 4 Trrple Tr1o4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Sec Treas of Mrxed Chorus 3 AmlC1MUSlC3C I 2 3 4 All State 4 Class Comm1ttees 3 4 Semor Play Commrttees 4 Massed Chorus 2 3 SPENCER MOSE Knowledge IS power FFA I 2 3 4 Delegate to State Convenuon 3 4 Delegate roNat1onal Conventron 4 County Delegate to FFA Conventron 3 Senxor Play Commrttee 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Yearbook staff 4 Audro Vrsual Ards Club 4 SHIRLEY NEWLANDS Bnghtly smrle and sweetly srngl FHA 45 Intramurals I,2,3g Class Committees l,2,3,4: Senior Play Committee 4 "Possess your soul with patience" ELEA NOR OLINGER She moves lrke a goddess and looks lrke a queen Intramurals 1 3 4 Grrls Chorus I Senror Play Cast 4 Newspaper Staff 2 3 4 Head Typrst 4 Library Councrl 2 3 Smoke Rrngs 3 Class Commrttees 3 4 Da1sy Mae 4 FREDA PELLICANO 15 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Soccer2 3 4 Volleyball 2 Tumbhng 2 3 ROBERT RIF FLE BEVERLY RANDALL The sweet magtc of a cheerful face G1r1s Chorus: 2 3 4 Am1c1Mus1cae 1 2 3 4 Mtxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Tnple Tno 4 Yearbook staff 4 Smoke Rrngs 3 Massed Chorus 2 3 Semor Play Commtttees 4 Lrbrary Councll I Class Commlttees I 2 3 4 I hope I shall have letsure to make good 'W' Newspaper Staff 2 Yearbook Staff 3 4 L1brary Counctl 3 Class Commrttees I 2 3 4 Sentor Play Commlttees 4 Aud1o V1sualA1ds Club 4 MAUDE RISLEY CHARLES ROOT Born wxth the gtft of laughter FFA I 2 3 4 Reporter 1 Treasurer 2 Delegate to State Conventron 2 3 4 Delegate to Nattonal Convenuon 3 FFA Softball 2 FFA Basketball I Intramurals I 2 3 4 Soccer 2 3 4 Baseball Manager 2 Mxxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Am1c1 MUSICBC 1 2 3 4 Massed Chorus 3 All State 4 Operetta 3 Jayvee Basketball 2 3 Varsrty Basketball 4 L1 brary Councrl 2 3 4 Semor Play Commrttee 4 Aud1o Vrsual Atds Club 4 'I6 A soft answer turneth away wrath FHA 4 Glrls Chorus! 4 Am1c1Mus1cae I 4 3 gfvsl Intramurals I 2 3 4 Grrls Chorus I Tumblrng Club3 Smoke Rrngs 3 Semor Play Commrttees 4 Lrbrary Councrl 2 3 Class Commlttees 2 FRED SPRAGUE Ah why should life all labour be? Intramurals 1 2 3 M1xedChorusI Band 1 2 3 4 Presrdent 4 Or chestra I 2 3 4 Massed Band 2 3 Amrcr Musrcae I 2 3 4 Musrc Festivals I 2 3 4 Iayvee Basketball I 2 Vars1ty Basketball 3 4 Soccer 3 Baseball I 2 3 4 Class Commrttees I 2 3 4 Operetta Commrttee 3 Class Presrdent 4 Student Counc114 Semor Play Commrttees 4 ELVA STAGE Few thmgs are rmpossrble to drlrgence and skrll FFA I Intramurals 1 2 3 Baseball 2 Soccer 2 3 4 Semor Play Com mrrtees 4 FRANCES STEWART Love conquers all Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Vxce Presrdent 4 Massed Chorus 2 3 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Massed Band 2 3 4 Operetta 3 Trr ple Tno 2 3 4 Am1c1 Musrcae I 2 3 4 Cznderella 2 Semor Play Commrttees 4 Class Commrttees 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Prom Atten dant 3 DAVID THOMPSON A good name 18 better than nches 17 ROSALEE VIDIGSON "The quiet mind is richer than a crown" Intramurals I 2 Gtrls Chorus I 2 3 4 L1brar1an of Gtrls Chorus 3 AITLICI Musrcae I 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus I 2 3 4 Lrbrary Counctl I X N , 3 4 Semor Play Commlttees 4 Class Commtttees 3 4 MARILYN WESTBROOK There s language In her eye Mtxed Chorus 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 3 4 Newspaper Staff 3 4 Art Edr tor4 Nauonal Junxor Honor Socrety I 2 Nauonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Semor Play Commrttees 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Operetta 3 Ltbrary Councrl 3 4 Smoke Rmgs 3 Class Sec Treas 2 Class Treasurer 4 Am1c1 Musrcae 3 4 Class Commtttees I 2 3 4 Mammy Yokum 4 va WILLIAM WRIGHT Farnt heart ne er won fa1r lady Mxxed Chorus I 2 3 4 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Soccer 2 3 Jayvee Bas ketballr 2 3 Varstty Basketball 4 Amrcr Mustcae I 2 3 4 Presr we dent 4 Sen1or Play Cast 4 All State 4 L1 1 Abner 4 'fb' surf KENNETH YEAPLES Smce lrfe rs bnef we need to make It bnght Semor Play Commrttee 4 Band I 2 3 4 Operetta 3 Pep Band I Swmg Band 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Musrc Festtvalsl 2 3 Massed Band 2 3 4 Lrbrary Councrl 2 3 4 Vtce Prestdent 4 Class Commtt tees 3 4 Newspaper Staffs 4 Am1c1 Musrcae 1 2 3 4 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 I . . Q Q' I 1 , 1 1 I 1 ' I 1 9 1 ' l D2 y YV' l . . l . 4 1 1 1 1 X I N I ' . : ' ' . : . : '- Q . . . ' Q . . 5 ' . 2 ' : - : : Q Q' I . I . v 1 . 0 1 1 1 A I 5 iw ' . . . a , . . 1 .: ' ' 1 1 1 l 1 . ' I 1 1 1 1 I' ,, . . , . l . . ,, I ' ' 2 , . , : 1 : I 1 9 2 1 1 1 1 H . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . D 1 1 1 l ' 1 l- VHWYTWY1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,V X I fs! 3 I 1' gfaaa .Maier On a bri ht September morning in 1948 seventy alert freshmen eagerly entered their home rooms where t ey would work for the year under the guidance of Miss Wilcox and Mr Lundrigan For the leadership of our large class we elected Bob Fero president Ilene Mose vice president and Shirley Lewis sec treas Our Student Council was started this year and our representatives were Bob Fero and Ilene Mose In October we had a lively wemer roast at Bear Falls We chose Diane Coon as our attendant for the Prom Most of the year we were busy worrying about be coming Sophomores In our Sophomore year our class was divided into two homerooms with Mr Dingman and 'vlr Harrison as co advisors To preside over our minor disputes we chose Martha Hurlbut as president and Ilene Mose and Shirley Lewis again as vice president and secretary treasurer respectively Our annual outing was at Little Niagara a treacherous place to reach we decided Ilene Mose was our Junior Senior Prom attendant By this time we were beginning to feel more rke upper classmen By our Junior year our class had dwindled down to a mere fifty This number was super vised by Miss Northup and Mr Sadler Martha Hurlbut conducted the meetings while Bob Fero seconded the motions and Ilene Mose counted our money We again journeyed to Bear Falls where it was discovered we had a surplus of rolls but an unfortunate shortage of hot dogs This was the first year Juniors were allowed to have outside activities and we took advantage of this opportumty by sponsoring the Junior Hop in December Soon we realized that our Junior Senior Prom With her train of attendants mcluding Frances Stewart and Christine Allen Junior girls Martha Hurlbut was crowned May Queen as the orchestra played the theme of our Prom Blue Moon The next events on our agenda were the Class Day activities and the Junior Senior Picnic held at Eldridge Park At last our big year was right around the corner To our great dismay our Senror Class was placed in two homerooms Probably all of us in one room would have been too hard to control anyway' Mr Kreger was our advisor for the year To lead us through the hazardous Journey to the end we elected Fred Sprague president Bob Fero vice president Ilene Mose secretary and Marilyn Westbrook treasurer Our annual hayride and wemer roast was held at Dix Curtis Cabin on the Hardscrabble The teachers who attended will remember the delicate manner in which the timid girls and the bashful boys piled them on the haywagons Realizing how much money we needed for our trip we rolled up our sleeves and sponsored bakesales social hours and a Harvest Dance Our thrilling mystery play The Green Light aided our treasury considerably After mid terms we witnessed the girls of ACS hauling boys to our Sadre Hawkins Dance Seniors portraying the comic strtpcharacters were Eleanor Olinger as Daisy Mae Bill Wright as L1 1 Abner Bob Fero as Pappy Yokum and Marilyn Westbrook as Mammy Yokum As we conclude this history of the Class of 52 our trip to New York City 15 only days away It will not be long before our graduation from Addison Central Our Alma Mater has certainly given us many pleasant memories to carry with us in the years ahead 19 O . 1 . - ' . 1 1 ' ' . 1 l - ' I - I ' ' , . If u . . A . I . . . I I . I ' 1 class was the center of attention as time came for the big event of the spring social season--the . - . . 1 ' . I . . ' . , ' . Q . 1 , 1 . - . . I 9 ' ' U ' I I . 'I 1. . I I . . . . . . 1 . arid We the Senror Class of 1952 throu h our drstrngtushed lawyers Frances Stewart and Spencer Mose bequeath to the Junror Class a host o fascrnatrng possessrons useful and othervvrse Bob Rrffle leaves Steve Salerno hrs art technrques so that Steve can draw more lrfe lrke prctures ofhrs teachers on the blackboards Martha leaves her one mrnute of nrne arrrvals at school to Betty Aldrrch who always getsthere early Trumpeters Ken Yeaples and Jack Lamphrer leave all the hrgh notes they never reached to Bob Barber and Arnold Gosper and hope they have better luck frndrng them Helen Grll leaves Kay Randall the gentle tactrcs she uses rn basketball Kay plays a lrttle too rough' Martrn Blend leaves hrs herght to Don Beauvrer He needs rt' Lucrlle Crane leaves her sense of humor to Donna Smrth so she can Just S1I back and laugh at the world Davrd Joe leaves hrs autograph to every Iunror whether they want rt or not He s funny that way Freda and Faye leave therr flashrng dark eyes to Dan Thompson and Terry Towner so they wrll really make a hrt wrth the grrls James Baker leaves hrs belref Enjoy yourself rt s later than you thrnk to Claude Merrrck Don t enJoy yourself too much because there wrll always be an Offrce Drane leaves her harr dyrng technrque to Joyce Lamphrer so that she can have red harr whrle she s a senror Bob Hawkrns leaves Nancy Sprague hrs deep vorce so she can srng bass rn chorus next year Sue Borden Shrrley Lewrs and Frances Stewart leave therr rocks to Leona Hrmter Erleen Learn and Lrllran Nolton ibut not what goes wrth them J Gene Crosson leaves Ruth Butler a broken gurtar strrng so that she wrll remember hrm when he makes Rosalee leaves Shrrley Stafford her secret desrre to be a crrcus trapeze artrst because now she s decrded rt s too dangerous Frances and Fred leave therr books of Norwegran Jokes and Aesop s fables to John Mrtchell who knows enough fables but no Jokes John Jenkrrrs leaves Gary Hakes hrs secret of success Don t bother wrth grrls whrle you re rn hrgh school Joan Hall leaves her abrlrty for reportrng the news to Vonda Smrth who wrll be busy keeprng up wrth everyone s actrvrtres We ask Phoebe to leave her drrver s lrcense to Ioan Butler who may be less of a threat to Addrson s peaceful streets Betty Crane leaves Ellen Chapelle a few hrnts on How to perform harmless chemrstry experrments Spencer Mose and Dave Thompson leave therr farmrng rnterests to Max Hess and Jrmmre Mason who we feel have totally drfferent ones at the present trme Chrrs Allen and Shrrley Newlands leave therr long endurrn frrendshrp to Wanda Blend and Evelyn Dunn who we hope wrll get as much fun from therr relatrons rp Bob Fero leaves James Croft all the lrpstrck he accumulated whrle standrng rmder the mrstletoe last December Marrlyn Graves leaves wondermg rf Elwyn Koon really has a grrl rn every port 20 L 'UU TV. . . . . . .I , D- gil . Charles Root leaves Don Krrse hrs abrlrty to sleep rn classes Remember to run when they brrng the bucket of water Don' Ken and Betty leave ther: thrrllrng romance to Wrllram Hrbbard and Trrlba Jones so these two can bother the hall monrtors next year by walkrng double frle Bev Randall leaves Peg Harrrngton her radro actrve pancake make up so Peg can develop an atomrc personalrty to blast the boys hearts Malcolm and Bert leave Drck Churchrll and Archre Resue all therr old homework papers rn case they ever get stuck for an answer Betty Gosper leaves Nelson Reppert several good books to occupy hrs trme when lrfe gets dull Brll Wrrght has decrded not to leave anyone the secret of how he got hrs muscles Ilene and Marrlyn leave therr seats on the team bus to Joan Davrs and Mary Wheaton knowrng these two wrll use them very wrsely Lorrarne leaves her brother Bob a couple of nrchols so that he ll never be broke when he s a senror John Morrrs leaves hrs long wavy hart to Drck Palmer who can use rt Eleanor and Maude leave all therr daredevrl ways to Paul Lunn and Paul Kemredy hoprng they wont let the charts rn the offrce fall rnto drsuse Fred Sprague leaves hrs uret vorce and hrs rnterests rn all serrous pursurts to Clarence Kelly who must carry on the tradrtron t at there always be at least one studrous senror rn a cl ss The entue Senror Class leaves Annette Arnett the ob fm k t h mark You can do rt Annette' arid Here rs the startlrng news rn revrew Of the never to be forgotten class of 52 Sandy s a great hunter here s the reason She gets all her dear out of season Spencer Mose runs a wonderful dog pound Keep Frdo locked up or you ll lose your hound Shrrley Newlands has fans galore Thev saw her play Buttercup rn HMS Prnafore John Morrrs has gone a long ways He now edrts New York plays J o a rng nex year s omeroom teacher toe the Professor Monahan Ph D Accordrng to her 1 plus 1 equals three Marrlyn Westbrook has gone out West Whrle roprng a cowboy she s at her best A unrque occupatron has Robert Hawkrns What does he do? Why he knrts stockrn s A grrl who loved hrstory was Joan Hall To further her studres she s gorng to Gaul Ken Yeaples on Broadway rs terrrfrc He sells trckets to South Pacrfrc QLH' M 'K+ C 0 A Off to college went chic Ilene The fellows voted her their queen A sad sad case rs Freda Pellrcano Left her husband and flew to Capistrano Fred Sprague drummed hrs way to fame Each nrght he s out wrth a drfferent dame Popular well lrked Betty Jones ls always busy answerrng telephones' A successful housewrfe rs frm lovrng Fran She got her husband who else but Dan? Professional moneymaker rs Brll Wright He ll lose on the ponies but wrn on each frght An emrnent radro star rs Maude As she steps on the stage they all applaude A brg company has Gene Crosson He srts around and does the bossrn Betty Crane is now a teacher Admrrrng kids thrnk she s the best feature Was rn Jail but he s now on the lam Eleanor Olrnger went on a crurse Now she s got the sarlrng blues Jack Lamphrer s been marrred qurte a spell Where he got hrs wrfe he ll never tell Phoebe Hathaway a Congresswoman fine Will become presrdent should Truman resign David Joe Hrrrlbut that man about town Works for the circus as a funny old clown The senror to reach Hollywood was Faye She s recently starring wrth Danny Kaye Bob Fero in baseball drd excell Now rn the brg leagues he s doing well A great rnventor rs our lrttle Sue She and her hubby mrx their own glue Martin s leadrn an easy lrfe He chose a Roc efeller for hrs wrfe In Carnegie Hall Martha now plays She drscovered that vrola really pays Though Chris was always known as a shorty She got her man a little past forty Dave Thompson owns a grand lrttle farm The cows won t give trll he turns on hrs charm So quret a grrl was dear sweet Helen But now for Prrnceton she really rs yellrn Diane Coon as you might guess Married her darlrng when she sard yes Charley Root IS a slrck auctroneer You ll buy something though you just scratch a A superb doctor rs Rosalee The case doesn t matter just hand her the ee Marrlyn Graves was working as a lrbrarran A farmer walked in her mind turned agrarian Ken Mead thought rt great to become a sailor After swabbrng decks he s qurte a brt paler Working rn a restaurant rs dainty Lucille Her biggest Job rs preparrng the meal If he sees a good horse he says I ll take er The atomrc bomb knocked everyone flat Now Lorrarne Nrchols rs doing just that A job as janitor has red headed Bert He s one guy who gets all the drrt First class seamstress rs Betty Gosper Her customers thrnk she s sure to prosper A career man rs Johnny Ienkrns He strarns the milk down at Renkrn s Shirley Lewis you ve probably seen On the cover of the latest magazrne Bob Rrffle still works at the Market Basket He ll erther be manager or else rn a casket I ll be an old mard sard Beverly Randall But look at her now wrth a drfferent handle A certain grrl Malcolm planned to own But now he s sailing hrs ship alone There lS the Class of 52 What krnd of influence wrll they have on you? 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Fred Adsit, the radio ham ln the racing business is Jimmy Baker 22 aaa ,Qfeuclenh Weaaage TO THE cLAss or 1953 The tlme has come for us to leave you Wlth our gomg you Iumors wrll move up and take our place as leaders Your members wrll head the tmportant orgamzatlons of our school and therr decrsrons w1l1 affect many Responstbxlrty rs the name of th1s new role you w1ll be playrng If you accept rt and prove yourself worthy of holdmg II the Semors of 53 w11l possess the respect of the entrre school students and faculty altke We smcerely belteve that your class has what rt takes to make a successful semor year As spokesman for my class I urge you to uphold the tradrtrons of A C S and to support the worthwhrle projects that w1ll be rmtrated after we have gone My f1na1 wrsh rs for your success and happtness tn the commg year May you have the best of luck rn whatever you undertake FRED SPRAGUE Sen1or Class Presrdent OUR MESSAGE TO THE SENIOR CLASS Although we regret to see you leave the memorxes of the compamonshrp and hard work whrch we have shared wxth you w111 long remam w1th us We congratulate you on the ach1evements that you have accomphshed durmg your hrgh school years Your leadershrp has been an xnsptratton for all of us We wrsh every one of you success and happxness rn whatever you strrve to undertake tn your future careers JOYCE LAMPHIER Jumor Class Presrdent 23 llI'llOI' G55 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Fort r s 1? A Arnett N Sprague, J Davrs E Chapelle V Smrth D Smrth B Aldrrch R Butler M r Sadler J Croft R Barber D Krrse J Mason E Koon P Kennedy S Salemo Nlchols D Thompson Resue C Hess A Gosper Mr Brrgnall Kelly C Merrxck W Hrbbard, R, Palmer, G Hakes, I Mrtchell N Reppert Towner P Lunn Wheaton K Randall y srx students entered the Iumor home rooms last September to begrn a hopeful year under the gurdance of Mr Sadler and Mr Br ll rgna We began the year wrth the electron of class offrcers The results are as follows Joyce Lamphrer Presrdent James Mason Vxce Presldent Paul Kennedy Secretary Treasurer Our annual class prcnrc was held at Curtrs Cabrn Many of our teachers came along for h t IS roast Just before Christmas we held a party rn the gymnasrum It was well attended not only by Junrors but also by other upper and lower classmen 24 F . ,1 . , L l ' 4 . 41 " x Y 5 Q .- Q A I 1 Q ft ei R - I , M1-, . sxhss., 5 : W, Blend, E, Dunn, T, Jones, L, Hunter, L, Nolton, E. Learn. J. Butler. I. Lamphier, 2 M . , . g 0 9 u ' s o 9 u 0 1 I I 1 R. ' . . I A. 0 0 1 . n - . I C. g . ' p - I . u ' n e I T. . . 30,94 Oil! Of? C4155 ROWI I Comell L Nrxon C Meyers R Baker J Talbot J Northrup F Conklrn C Smrth L VanC1se ROW2 G Allen H Gardner B Bean I Crane L Callahan B Srmpson H Scanlon R Woodworth B Garner ROW3 Mr Hamson I Catchpole I Borden E Rrsley E Hrbbard A Lamphrer P Russ V Mose K Howard E Preston E Blend ROW4 P Herrmgton J Snyder P Stuart J Vrdrgson D Abeel G Morley A Rrffle B Ross Baker R Crane Mrss Read ROW6 I Faulkner G Olrnger L Hrbbard A Brown, R Snyder T Hall J G11 I Newcomb J Jackson J Hawkrns E Bovee M OBrren D Hoaglrn Thls year Mrss Read and Mr Harrrson were Sophomore adv1sors Our class electrons re sulted wtth Jean Cornell Presrdent Davrd Hoaglrn Vlce Presrdent and Larry Hlbbard Secre tary Treasurer Our Werner roast was held rn October at Curtls Square A lrvely one srded softball game was played between the boys and grrls Later rn the month we had a Halloween party rn the Jym Danclng games a Grand March donuts and crder hrghlxghted the evenlng The two home rooms had separate Chrrstmas partres 25 ROW 5: S. Curtis, E, Blend, M. Brown, L, Crane, L, Krise, V. Barrett, V, Culbertson, B, : . . . ' . . ' . . . . . . . i . . 5' . ' ' . , . ' ' ' ' ' . P85 Wlell 550' 41' i eau in ROWI C Roberge M Cook W Rial J Gangeme R Aldrich D Powers H Llewellyn R Rice S Wheaton J Beers ROW C Huggins C Cook B Hopper G Shelanskey D Morseman S Miles S Osgood M Hunt L Smith I Stewart L Aumtck ROW3 A Potter B Miller N Ingersoll G Manley M Barber K Coombs K Jones A Eccleston J Allington S Cornell M Stewart A Root W Gurnsey ROW4 D Davies R Gosper E Colvtn B Smith C McNett C Pellicano M Crane, Phelps P Lee E Rice Mrs Simcoe ROW5 Mr Dickey D Randall W Groves S Sherwood C Silsbee W Aumick N Padgett K Dalrymple F Meyers L Dunning D Jenkins Row6 S Crane E Stafford N Resue F Sherwood G Levi S Benedict I Miles G LaChance S Jackson C Tompkins F Nobrlga B Pickett About sixty students met in Room 209 with their advisors Mrs Simcoe and Mr, Dickey To lead us we elected Stuart Benedict as President Bob Wright Vice President and Kenneth Jones, Secretary-Treasurer, For our annual outing we climbed aboard a load of hay to be transported to the Curtis Cabin and a weiner roast, A Christmas party was held in our home room before vacation, The Freshmen have arrived! 26 EIGHTH GRADE ROW 1 ROW 2 ROW 3 ROW 4 ROW 5 Rtce M Allen H Frttz I H111 I Brown B Tompktns M Burrell Stewart M Harrrngton P Dowd R Chapelle R Bettrnger I Bennett J Harndon Dale C Robertson J Mtnley B Yanushot A Tomb I Ball G Burrell B Arnett Learn A Whtteman M Parts D Qurck I Ienkrns G Hotaltng L Webster Kelly V Pratt N Sprague S Stmpson C Burlrngame N Phelps L Morseman ROW I ROW 2 Row 3 ROW 4 Nrxson D Johnson W Hallett I Jenktns W Tompkrns F Martrn R Moon Llewellyn K Sttles A Meyers G Gabel R Garrett A Elwood I Scanlon Sprague Hubbard E Harry S Osgood R Terwtlltger J Aumtck A Vwestmtller W Rlce K Strauss R Reagan G Baker C Gosper E Garner C Andrews J Kemp 27 SEVENTH GRADE ROWI French B Smrth M Kennedy R hstep v Allen U Gangeme E Hallett N Burlmgame ROW2 Mose L Pratt V Thomas E Smrth E Meyers D Butler E H111 R, Cornell Rounds S l-loaglrn ROW3 Elwood B Mrles I Herdrtch L Graves L Randall L Yanushot W Blend J Steadman C Pace J Randall E Stewart J Elwood P Gage ROW4 J Preston I Morrrs W Brutsman L Davrs P Culbertson S Jenkrns C Reppert M Kelly P Manley M Merrrck C Hamrlton R Hall ROW5 E Nolton J Hand D Knapp J Jackson N Loucks N Snyder D Hyde M ROWI R Barber S Thomas C Cook D Campbell J Lee G Perkrns F Crane I Kelly R Lamphrer W Smrth ROW2 I Holden C Farrand R Frttz T Grange I Crane R Whrte I Bovee G HHYHSS G Rogers G Anglehart ROW3 R Watson T Crane R Varn H Laffkas W Tompkrns J Nobrrga G Rlsley D Dowd R Gardner E Colvrn R Cook W Stuart K Hurd ROW4 D Allen J Thompson D Hopper D Baker C Monahan A Greenfreld R Conklrn J Krrse H Campbell R Dunn R Coon L Crane ROW5 I Palmer R Casco M Manley D Brutsman C Sullrvan G Lauffer M Wtllrams L Parrs M Rounds K Farr R Huyler 28 i l ' Q ! A I 5 1 , ,- w. : V. , . .b . . . . . , . ' . . . : Nl I I I I I 0 A I 0 I U I I I I I J. , . ' : K' I I I I I . I I 0 I U I I I n 1 o Padgett, M, Rice, D, Spier, C, Lewis, L, Gage, S, Angleharr 3 - I , 2 - W u Q sr, 4 X QR 2 A xx W M . X xx 9 ' NM 1 V V' - I xi' I A 55 xfi if 1 Y iv? V 1 :EJ giili 1 .' g, gg: F any 9? ' - XX 1 X, X 5, 73' 2 ' Q 1 I ff? 1 xx G ,M -I At: X r V I Q .I - 'r, ' HX: ' Q Q af' I, it v fa- f o X3 i- X ' L -fi '. I, 'NIP 1 ., 1 X ' 52 lk' wx X 'Q-K V ,- :"f,,", f jk, J , :!'f' 2 , ie X W X W-ff. , -:ig 'fb '-'www' 0 Ev' ' X "W-'bg Q g- l X 5".u !' ', I . ' gk 1 A X. WX , fm? ,M 3 -.AX X X. X MX "1 ,., , X I , A wx ,V X xx Xxx x X XXX XXX -, X wg . - all X Y. k Xxg Aw AX , X if 6 1 STUDENT COUNCIL l . , SEATED Betsy Bean Fred Sprague Fred Ads1t Joyce Lampluer STANDING Dorothy Qu1ck Mary Io Kennedy Jean Cornell Mrs Klemsphen Stuart Benedlct Patsy Lee Mr S1mpson The Student Councrl s purpose IS to act as a med1um of good w1ll and co opera t1on between the students and the faculty to promote worthwh11e HCIIVIIICS sound scho1arsh1p better school spmt and good c1t1zensh1p and to keep the students rn touch w1th the problems and act1v1t1es of the school Off1cers ofthe 1951 1952 Counctl are FREDRICK ADSIT Presrdent DONNA SMITH Vrce Presrdent BETSY BEAN Secretary Treasurer We have held meetrngs every two weeks for the purpose of d1scuss1ng v1ta1 school problems Thrs year the Councrl has been 1n charge of assembly programs helped prck the cheerleadxng squads sponsored the annual Jazz Bow Jump now a Student COUHC11 trad1t1on and taken charge of the hall momtormg system Wh1Ch It or1g1nated two years ago The members srncerely hope the next year s Counc1l W111 be as successful as the one 1n 1951 52 29 YEARBOOK STAFF 2451? P.. - SEATED Frances Monahan Davtd Joe Hurlbut Joan Butler STANDING Mxss W1lcox, Chrxstme Allen Frances Stewart Beverly Randall Robert Rlffle Steve Salerno Mr Harrrson Spencer Mose W Slinlnu Joan Uavxs Ilene Mose Fred Ads1t John Mrtchell Manlyn Westbrook Nllss WIICOX ROW 2 Bob Fero Phoebe Hathaway LOIS Krtse Ken Yeaples Ellen Chapelle Betty Crane Betty Gosper Mary Wheaton Helen Scanlon Joanne Vldlgson Dlane Davxes Joan Hall Mary Barber ROW 3 Dons Abeel Helen G1ll Nelson Reppert Max Hess Maxlne W1lcox Loulse Space Martha Hurlbut Mary Lou Stewart Salll Wheaton Mr Harrlson 30 YEARBOOK AND NEWSPAPER ADVISORS MISS WILCOX NEWSPAPER STAFF Fred Adsrt Edrtor rn Cluef Ilene Mose Edrtor John Mttchell Assistant Edrtor Marrlyn Westbrook Bob Fero Max Hess Joan Davrs Mary Wheaton Dons Abeel Betty Gosper Eleanor Olrnger Martha Hurlbut Shrrley Lewrs Nelson Reppert Kenneth Yeaples Edrtor Sports Edrtor Assrstant Sports Edxtor Girls Sports Edrtor Fashron Edrtor Feature Edrtor Busrness Edrtor Head Typtst Prrnter Prrnter Humor Editor Humor Editor MR HARRISON YEAR BOOK STAFF Fran Monahan Davrd Joe Hurlbut Joan Butler Herbert Lucas Robert Riffle Drane Coon Beverly Randall Steve Salerno Frances Stewart Spencer Mose Edrtor rn Chref Co Edrtor Assistant Editor Sports Edrtor Art Edrtor Typrst Snapshot Editor Snapshot Editor Lawyer Lawyer ......Co- ' ' ...Alt ' ' .... - ' ' .. .... . .... ' Chris Allen.... Business Manager 31 lg' 1 'Vu KNEELING Sally Simpson DorothyBut1er Norma Beth Phelps GlennGabel Mary Io Kennedy Carol Lewis Vernabelle Thomas SEATED Sallr Wheaton Betty Crane Miss Wilcox Ken Yeaples Phoebe Hathaway Carrell Cook Mary Lou Stewart Archie Resue Vivian Culbertson Shirley Newlands Christine Allen, Ellen Chapelle Peggy Harrington Marilyn Westbrook Gordon Ball Maxine Wilcox Betty Gosper Diane Davies Helen Gill RosaleeV1d1gson David Joe Hurlbut Marilyn Graves Dale Powers Paul Kennedy Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 The big news of the year on Library Council is that semors who have worked for two years on the Council are to get pins Also we have a new Junior Library Council composed of sever al seventh and erghthgraders. We have accomplished the task of "putting out" about six hundred new books, Other items in our routine were the parties we had, Of course, they weren't too routine! Few things can be with Phoebe Hathaway, as the Head Bookworm, Ken Yeaples, Second Bookworm, Betty Crane, Book Holder, Salli Wheaton, Bookkeeper, and all the other little bookworms on the Council. 32 MIXED CHORUS inn F ROWI C Allen I S Wheaton SEATED D Davres ROW 2 R V1d1gson K Jones D Coon B Randall N Sprague B Prckett L Smtth ROW3 I Vrdrgson L Krrse M Westbrook A Arnett S Jackson E Koon C Root N Reppert B Baker M Brown L Callahan M Wheaton F Monahan RON4 D Hurlbut I Jackson B Wrxght M Blend I Newcomb I Mrtchell Butler H Gardner V Mose D Powers K Dalrymple I Northrup l Mose D Ienkxns I Catchpole C Cook Mtss Ayres I Davrs I Hall I Lamphrer F Stewart S Newlands K Coombs T Hall O l' 1 1-h- Mrss Ayres C Smlth M Stewart H Gardner B Prckett I Beers L VanC1se N Ingersoll K Howard L Smrth S Mrles P Russ E Rlce P Hathaway K Randall B Randall P Harrmgton S Cornell I Comell C Allen I Davls D Davres H Phelps B Hopper E Hrbbard I Butler P Stuart B Mrller D Morseman I Stewart C NcNett B Baker D Coon N Sprague H Scanlon L Nrxon D Randall L Hunter M Wheaton D Ienluns A Root I Hall M Rtsley M Crane S Newlands I Vrdrgson D Abeel L Nolton N Padgett A Amett H Grll M Barber E Blend B Garner E Blend M Brown E Chapelle R V1d1gson I Snyder 33 ROW I Row 2 Row 3 G I R L S' C H R U S L gp 1 I 'g .' , 4 ',. N , H all 1 l 1 KNEELING Norma Beth Phelps Mary Jo Kennedy Nancy Burlrngame Dons Abeel Frances Stewart Annette Lamphrer Ellen Chapelle Janet Beers Carol McNett Ronald Barber James Croft Joan Butler Sally Stmpson Ilene Mose Joan Davrs ROW I Robert Barber Ken Yeaples Barbara Stmpson Arnold Gosper, Jack Lamphrer Helen Scanlon Malcolm Rounds Glenn Gabel Mary Barber Beverly Baker Ketth Dalrymple Caryl I-Iamrlton Drane Davres Kenneth Jones Nancy Sprague, Nelson Reppert Gordon Lev1 Tom Hall V1v1an Culbertson Stuart Benedrct Fred Sprague Gordon Sprague Thomas Grange James Newcomb Gary Hakes Marvm O Brten Sallt Wheaton Mr Snyder Drrector Mary Wheaton Betty M1l1er Judy Rounds Janet Crane Leona Hunter Norva Ingersoll Row 3 BAND ORCHESTRA FRED SPRAGUE Presrdent KEN YEAPLES Vrce Prestdem ILENE MOSE Sec and Treas ILENE MOSE Presrdent JOAN DAVIS Vlce Presxdent ANNETTE LAMPHIER, Sec and Treas MIXED CHORUS GIRLS CHORUS JOAN DAVIS Prestdent PHOEBE HATHAWAY Sec and Treas DAVID JOE HURLBUT Prestdent MARILYN WESTBROOK Vtce Presrdent JOAN DAVIS Sec and Treas ADVISORS Mtss Ayres and Mr Snyder 34 1 l 11 .IJ ' 41 V' I F A ,- , . - M 4 ' ' ' ROW 2: Joyce Lamphier, Genevieve Burrell, Joan Bennett, John Mitchell, Clarence Kelly, Orc ed fra I1 3 1-h is ROW I Joan Butler Lots Callahan, John Mitchell Janet Dickey Joan Hall Fran Monahan Martha Hurlbut Mary Barber Doris Abeel ROW2 Joanne Vidigson Sally Curtis Leona Aumick Joan Bennett Janet Beers Annette Lamphier Ellen Chapelle Ilene Mose Sally Simpson Genevieve Burrell Clarence Kelly Paul Lunn Dorothy Butler Judy Catchpole ROW 3 Fred Sprague Thomas Grange Barbara Simpson Ken Yeaples Mr Snyder Director Robert Barber James Croft Ronald Barber Sallx Wheaton Nelson Reppert The Amtci Musicae again became an active organization this year A meeting of the members qabout one hundred music mmded studentsj elected these officers Bill Wright Pres ident Joan Davis Vice President and Betsy Bean Secretary and Treasurer In November mne members from the various musical organizations represented Addison at the NYSSMA All State Festival at Dansville The Choruses Triple Trio and the Band par ticipated in our annual Christmas program ln February Band members travelled to Wayland to play in the Massed Bands Auditions were held for the Blue Band and nineteen Addison players made it The Brass Choir took part in a program to raise funds for the Rathbone Church Fund We are looking forward to a busy spring There will be the spring concert the Music Festival marching on Memorial Day and finally the Commencement program, 35 SSA SEATED Arnold Gosper Jack Lamphrer Gene Grosson Jack Northrup Robert Hawkrns Mr Weale ROW 2 Charles Root Ne1lResue Paul Lunn Spencer Mose Donald Krrse James Baker James G111 Malcolm Jones Arch1eResue ROW 3 Charles Tompkxns Joel Alhngton Albert Eccleston Thomas Hall George Olrnger Jesse Faulkner Lawrence Hxbbard Claude Merrrck Wrllram Aumrck Dan Thompson Local FFA offrcers are Presrdent Herbert Lucas Treasurer Jack Lamphrer V1ce Presrdent Gene Crosson Reporter Jack Northrup Secretary Robert Hawkms Sentmel Amold Gosper We started the year wrth Judgmg and exhrbmng at the Bath Farr On September 22 we had many exhxbrts at the Commuruty Farr at Strker s Jack Lamphrer won the Showmanshtp Award there In October Mr Weale wrth three delegates attended the Nauonal FFA Convenuon tn Kansas Cxty 36 SJUJ4 SEATED Miss Relyea Lois Krrse Eleanor Hrbbard Faye Cosper Ann Rrffle Glenora Morley ROW 2 Crystal Huggins Cecelia Roberge Marrlyn Graves Betty Gosper Shirley Osgood Dorothy Morseman Elaine Rice Rita Crane Veronrca Barrett, Edna Preston Mary Lou Stewart ROW 3 Nancy Padgett Betty Lou Smith Elma Blend Trxlba Jones Ella Blend Vrvran Gosper Mary Barber FHA officers rn 1951 52 were Eleanor Hrbbard President Louise Crane Vice President Faye Gosper Secretary andLuc1l1e Crane Treasurer Our activities for the year were many and varied We had a bake sale and the restaurant at the Community Fair in September The next month our new members were initiated in a lively party During National FHA Week we attended church together On November I7 we sponsored a round and square dance in the high school gym We Joined the FFA boys for our Chnstmas party Plans for the spring include the DAR Banquet and Dress Revue and the FFA FHA Parent Student Get together Indeed we have had a busy yearl 37 Culbertson, Louise Space, Maxine Wilcox, Freda Pellicano, Jean Woodworth, Ruth enior may LEFT TO RIGHT Fredr1ckAds1t Frances Monahan Drane Coon B111Wl'lghI Phoebe Hathaway David Joe Hurlbut Eleanor Ohnger Ilene Mose Bob Fero The Green Light a three act mystery comedy play was presented by the Senrors on the evemngs of November 8th and gth 1951 In a country estate rn New England on a stormy Chnstmas Eve an old woman whohas been sleeping for an enttre year is finally aroused from her trance The mysterrous and srnrster events whrch led to Mrss Mattre s coma are brought to 11ght as the other characters hesltantly reveal what they know of her srster s untrmely death Susprcron IS cast on nearly everyone Marne s Jrttery nephew Jerome the old caretaker Aesop with his strange fables nervous Dr Spaulding plump superstitrous Trrnka and even the sleeptng Mattre The guilty party cer tamly IS a surpnsel Mary Marston Mattie s niece Jerome Forrester Mattie s nephew Dr Spauld1ng Mattie s physrcian Trinka a NOIWCg13D mard Krtty Corey a novelist Donald Rhodes newspaper reporter Mlss Matue the sleeper Madame Zenda a mystrc The Cost se Phoebe Hathaway David Joe Hurlbut B111 Wrrght Frances Monahan Diane Coon Bob Fero Ilene Mose Eleanor Ollnger ll , V1 - D ' Aesop -- the caretaker .... ......... . . . .... Fredrick Adsit i M613 C POWI Charles Meyers Robert Wrrgnt Joel Allington Dale Powers Jack Lamphier James Mason Manager ROW2 Kenneth Jones Fred Conklrn Nelson Reppert Drck Church Donald Krrse Raymond Snyder Coach Gushue Hess Charles Root John Morris John Mitchell Thrs year s Soccer season was farrly successful The team was somewhat handrcapped because the playrng field was under construcrron and all games had to be played away The returnmg lettermen from last year s team were Max Hess Herb Lucas Davrd Thompson Charles Root Arnold Gosper and Iohn Moms Results of our seven games are as follows TEAM ACS OPPONENT Elkland Hornell I-lammondsport Hornell Jasper Hammondsport P adua 39 S O C E R ROW 3: Bob Nichols, Eugene Bovee, David Thompson, Herbert Lucas, Arnold Gosper, Charles I 4 4 8 I II o 2 6 4 5 8 7 3 VARSITY BASKETBALL KNEELING Bob Fero Max Hess Captarns STANDING Coach Gushue Charles Root John MOIIIS Jack Lamphrer Martln Blend Arnold Gosper Fred Sprague Bxll Wrtght Davrd Joe Hurlbut George LaChance Terry Towner Assrstant Manager Steve Salerno Manager Four returnrng players were Jotned by other players to round out the Addrson Central varslty squad th1s year Coach Gushue s team won IIS flrst ame but then started out on an almost unbroken losmg streak Several of the games were very close ln e scorlng and the spectators experrenced some thrrllrng moments Wayland was added to our league Ih1S year and proved a worthy adversary Hammondsport and Camsteo are the other league teams TEAM ACS OPPONENT Savona Campbell Wayland Elkland Camsteo Elkland Hammondsport Horseheads Padua Campbell Jasper Hammondsport Wayland Savona Camsteo Padua AO 67 39 Horseheads 51 '76 45 56 45 51 60 64 ' 31 39 31 61 43 53 55 87 31 48 44 48 69 53 42 49 35 57 59 37 ' 34 35 63 65 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Our Team s Hot! was the call of success of the Varsrty cheerleadmg squad thrs year Of the seven grrls chosen by the Student Councrlfour moved up from last year s Iayvee squad to Jorn Ilene Mose the one remarnlng Var stty cheerleader and the two new members Salll Wheaton and Shrrley Cornell To our number we added Nelson Reppert w1th hrs slrdmg trombone and spectacular tumblmg The Charleston cheer was somethmg new and drfferent Here rt 15 Our team s hotl We ve got Campbell on the spot! Now we re tellmg you kmda confldentrally Our team s hotl They pass that ball 1n the rrght dxrectron And all therr shots are to perfectron Our team s hotl We ve got Campbell on the SPOII Now we re tellmg you kmda confrdentrally Our team s hotl LEFT TO RIGHT Ilene Mose Mary Wheaton Sallr Wheaton Marrlyn Westbrook Joan Davrs Lo1s Callahan Shrrlev Cornell STANDING Nelson Reppert 41 .. v .. . - . - I .. . . , . . . . . v . . . , . . 5 T T T 3 if 's i N A , ' 5 . 5 1 L :sf 'Z I nn f l i - W- i K, f ' 1 , f I .. Q 1 5 V M, , 1 . I 1 ' Q l : f 3- , x L. 5 ' 'I A 2 Z " Q 2 j 1 Q ' , M -. , '7 P 5 N x E . V . . . . 1 v I ' I 9 1 IAYVEE BASKETBALL KNEELING Franc1s Nobrlga Robert Ntchols Ke1thDalrymp1e G orgeOl1nger John Mrtchell Strart Benedlct Fred Conklln JamesG1ll Kenneth Jones Ketth Coombs Dale Powers STANDING Dav1dHoag11n Manager Dxck Church Captarn Coach Butchko The 1951 52 Iayvee Basketball team coached by Mr Butchko and captamed by D1ck Church dtd not have a parttcularly successful season rn respect to game scores The bovs d1d play some excttrng games however and the close ones were heartbreakers to lose Of tts seventeen games the team won seven and lost ten TEAM Savona Horseheads Campbell Elkland Cantsteo Elkland Hammondsport Horseheads Padua Campbell Jasper Hammondsport Way land Savona Canrsteo Padua ACS OPPONENT 42 l 43 26 29 69 46 51 Wayland 28 67 4-4 41 A 46 42 16 39 38 43 42 61 26 25 58 41 35 33 37 62 ' 22 57 34 21 ' 44 66 46 47 JAYVEE CHEERLEADERS The Jayvee Cheerleaders were elected at the begrnnrng of the year by the Student Councrl Frve new grrls were admrtted to the squad to be welcomed by Barbara Srmpson and l.aVera Nrxon mem bers of last year s squad Wrth the help of our new unrforms the suggestrons of our advrsor Mrs Klernsphen and the frne support of the students we had a successful year Wrth A wrth B D Wrth A d d Wrth I wrth an Wrth s o n Wrth d Addrson Frght team frghtl KNEELING Dortha Randall LaVera Nrxon Barbara Srmpson Carol McNett STANDING Vrvran Culbertson Patsy Lee Janet Crane 43 . . , - . . . . ' I - I , an ' . U ' an - - ' an , ' S, ' an - - ' an A-d- -i-s-o-n O 9 ' 2 A 2 . ' . ' . 1 " . . SEATED Coach Gushue David Joe Hurlbut Bob Fero Charles Meyers Richard Palmer Steve Salemo Manager STANDING Jack Lamphier James Gill Martin Blend Fred Sprague Bert Reynolds Tohn Morris NOT PICTURED Francis Mather Lee Moore Phil Bennett Herb Lucas The 1951 ACS Baseball team experienced an excellent season under the leadership of The IQ52 team will find ten returning lettermen in its ranks Game scores are as follows ' enotes league games Team ACS Opponent Elkland Jasper Carusteo Elkland ' Avoca Cowanesque Carusteo ' Avoca ' Hammondsport Cowanesque ' Hammondsport ' Hammondsport Bolivar 44 B A S E B A L L Coach Jack Gushue. Winning eight of its thirteen games, the team reached the quarter finals. D . I2 1 7 2 ' 5 4 6 5 6 2 5 8 . 2 5 I7 1 ' IO 2 O 5 2 3 16 6 . 2 7 TRIXIE SURPRISED? CARRELL BARB I I 'xx MISS READ MR DICKEY FIVE IOKERS MISS RITLEINTHALER SAD SACK TERRY STRONG1 E D CURTIS ELEA NOR MART MR WEALE HELEN JO STEVE DORTHA -'O . n - . X l THE SIMCOES BEV , , 2.4 vn- A K x .Af . . 'QL I 6 'sn' IA ,N ' 4' A , . A I I " LI" I 4 ' I Y 45 PRIVATE LEAN NG POST li K NDERGARTEN B G JOKE SEN OR PLAY PRESENTAT ON PARTY SOPH RUGGED CLOSE SHAVE BOY SC OUT FUTURE SECRETARIES COACHES LOVEB RDS JOAN E SHORTHAND CLASS HOUSER MR SODA IERK THREESOME TYP NG CLASS JESSE EYE CATCHER 'V Q.. nn' ll 5 fy! 15 3. A ' A .4 s ' I s 5 V . Q . . S . y A O Q , ,-. gl K Q Z v-4 Z . 41 "v'CVY- 9 '. Q H51 all J 5 , E f .f ' ,., A It Q .A P4 n-4 V Qi. L . LT ' .qt ig-V H , . . 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T fYYYEDiTUDU YDfPDDIlfDDD LEONARD B HOAGLIN Plumblng and Heating Telephone 123 Addison N Y DELIELXDDZEDEDEIDDDVDDDDDDDDDDDEDD ROOTS TASTY SHOP Homemade Ice Cream Bulk and Box Candy Addlson N Y Best Wnshes to e Sensor Class VONAS MENS SHOP Mann Street Addason N Y 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 'P 6 6 6 UDUDDDUVVUVUVVUUVDUVUDDDDDDUV!DVWUVUDVUVUVUDPUVPWUUWDUPW 2 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 if 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 A 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 U M P9 ee S D D D Compliments of BARR'S 5 8. I0 M B SUPER MARKET Fresh meats fruats Vegetables 8. grocerues Carl D Rouse Grocery Manager Wally Van Gorder -Meat Manager DDDDEEUDDDILEII,L2IffI1iILLI,LDLLLLDL WADES COAL 8. FEED Phone 44 Addison LANDO S GRILL Home Cooked Food All Legal Beverages Addlson N Y D11 Lil lifllfl 12. 2 L Q 5 Q . Q . . S 1- -6-I-5-1-I-5-5-sw - - - - T- -- ,. . . . ,. . . .D.p.p.g. . -. -r-slr-1-M-5-f-1-I-I-I-I-it-I-I-i-1-I-M-I-I-1-H-1-1-1-1-1-1-x-x-1-m- 'f' I Q . 'P . 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Hardware Phone Cameron Canlsteo 2779 Mills Compl :ments SHULTZ MOTOR Elkland Pa 2111111-llllllllllllllllllllllllllf. 55 4. s. is is as as if EDDLDLX, Steaks .'g.Q.q.3.g.3-1-3'4h1-'I-D I'IK-I'3'fl-fi-4-3.3.q.g.fg..1.1.g GROVE DINER Chops Short Orders Sandwiches lce Cream Erwun New York Best Washes CALLAHAN and HOOEY ill Ill, I MORENS DRESS SHOPS Servlng the women ln latest styles l two states Elkland Addison N Y THE DARTTS STORE General Merchandise Cameron New York Phone Canlsteo 4539 T A 7 6 as 6 -' :lu ,E of 5 7 6 - 6 -3 - A 7 dz -7 is 7 A 25 6 1' if T G . -5 an 'P 6 I -7 Q 'F' -1 Q '7'7'5'5'7'i'5'i'l'1'l'X-I-F4-I-V!-24-I,'I'5-I-I'F'l-5'5-2-I'5-i'I-I'i-I-V g, I-I-I-2-I-1-1.1-I-1-x-I-i-1-1-M-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-s-x-i-1.1-5-1-x-1-1-i-m-1 7 5 ? 'E '? ? '7 5 T 5' gf Q 'F 6' 'P - 'P ' 19 Q f 2 Q? U9 'Q 2 f in A 0 ala 3 s if b 14 A 7 6 'r I 6 7 ds 1- iw 1' 63 T 2 3 A ep cb 29 7 . . 4.2. .t.l.j,.i.1,. . .t.L.l.f,.i, ....... - ...... 24.5 .......... - .... 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