Albion High School - Chevron Yearbook (Albion, NY)
- Class of 1944
Page 1 of 88
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ANNA L. BALL
For several years one of Albion High School's favorite teachers
has given untiringly and graciously of her time and labor to help
not only her English students but also the members of the "Chevron"
Staff as they worked on the yearbook. Many classes have known
and appreciated her kindness, her humor, and her friendly helpful-
ness. We, the "Chevron" Staff of Albion High School, wish to show
our appreciation to Miss Anna Ball by dedicating to her our yearbook.
The Director has laid down his megaphoneg the script writers,
their pensg the actors, their costumes and makeupg the censors, their
scissorsg the cameraman, his film. They now give you the finished
product, a "movie" of Albion High School life - the "Chevron,"
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Szfperintendent of Schools
BOARD OF EDUCATION
STANLEY T. MRS. FRANCIS H. MRS. LZEORGE II. DANIEL F.
WOODS BLAKE IVIILLER DUGAN
JOHN H. WALTER
HAROLD PASQUALE GEORGE MRS. JOSEPH
CROWTHER DxLAuRA PIOUGHTON MCGUIRE .
CHARLES C. D'AMIco
High School Principal
English I, ll
KATHERINE H. BILLINGS
unior High School Studies
M. ELIZABETH ELSON
Dean of Girls, English IV
THEODORE N. ANDERSON
SADIE MARIE BRITTON
LORAINE M. SPRAGUE
ANNA L. BALL
English I, II, III
French, History C
EVELYN A. COLLINS CARL HEINTL KATHERINE COYLE-
High School Lihrarian Industrial Arts l1fr1101' l'l1f1ll lVlfTfl1CH1lU1CS
lVlILDRED HAZEL IIELENA M. IIOOAN IIAZEL GANIARD
junior High School ,lzmior High, English Social Studies
MARY E- TRUMBLE lVIARCERY DAYTON WILLIABI SHERMAN
M1610 Physical Education Agriculture
DOREEN SUNDELL EVELYN S. FISHER
Art Home Economics
IESSIE C. VALNIA CiLADYS GILLETTE
BERNARD LYNCH IJELEN E. DONOVAN
unior High School junior High School
MAY W. SCHNITZER
English III, Dramatics
CARRIE P. PRATT HELEN I YOUNGS ELIZABETH A. GRACE
Teacher-in-Charge Special Grade Primary
FRANCES H. GRINNELL IDA LARWOOD ANNA DEASY
First Grade Second Grade Third Grade
MELVA D. TRIPP IRENE DELANEY MARY G. DUGGAN
Fourth Grade Third Grade Fifth Grade
GLADYS S. PEDLER
MARY V. S. SANFORD
ELIZABETH P. WEBSTER
NELLIE ZARBO WILLEY
EMILY E. BEEMAN
MARION C. HASSETT
Top Row: T. Dragon, R. Gavenda, W. Howard, A. Waterson. G. Gibbs, B. Murray, J. Clement, M
Wickham, M. Penrisack, J. Reamer, V. Buckner. A. Blissett.
3rd Row: A. Ciarico, D. Fisher. D. Snow, R. McMahon, J. Piedmont, M. L. Brown, J. Gilbert, M
Pilato, G. Engle, C. Karls.
2nd Row: H. Sage, R. Patzanelli, G. Brunne, M. Gurzenski, M. Munn, G. Salisbury, J. Palacios, J
Banker, B. Revelas, M. Hyland, N. Hill, M. Francis, R. Canham, J. Ciarico.
lst Row: W. J. Ne'l. M. R b' .' - ' ' ' '
a o inson, I. Cook, J. Barnum. L. Kast, V. Gmmski, H. Holliday, E. McColl
T. Church, T. Reimer.
We have Hne "directors" this year.
Student Council had nothing to fear.
No Hnzola scenes" for usg they put up with no fuss!
Their monitors sounded "All Clear!"
All that were lacking this year were campaign buttons! There were posters and
speeches rivaling the spirit of a third-term election during the Student Council cam-
paign. Laverne Kast was chosen Presidentg lanice Barnum, VicefPresidentg and
Virginia Cminski, Secretary-Treasurer.
With officers installed, the "Directors,'l better known as the Student Council,
started production on their show, "The School Year" by carrying on a drive to enroll
the pupils in the junior Red Cross. Next, on the entertainment side, they staged the
annual Football Dance, on December 22.
All members of the Student Council have taken part in the discussion concerning
the proposed Youth Center in Albion. A number of the members represented the
interests of the high school students and their viewpoints on the question at a meeting
of the Youth Center Committee which was held at the Court House. Student
opinion was polled through class meetings at which Laverne Kast presided. Thus,
Student Council has, this year, acted as a link between the high school and the
If "Oscars" were awarded for directing, our Student Council would certainly
carry off a prize.
THE CAST Senior Class Officers
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M. Munn, D. Snow, J. Clement. D. Fisher.
Of stars - about a lftunalreol and ten,
Glamorous girls and Superman.
We all maintain that most should gain
"Top billing" in the Hall of Fame.
In the fall of 1940, more than one hundred gauche little freshmen entered Albion
High School. Timid as they may have been at that time, they were "pretty good!"
according to Miss Laird, their class adviser for that first year and also during their
sophomore and junior years.
Study Hall 238, enormous to freshmen, has shrunk considerably now that 1940's
Freshman Class is occupying it as Senior Home Room. No, the study hall didn't
really shrinkg those Ngauche little freshmenl' just grew ! With all the changes, though,
they still managed to hold that reputation of being "pretty good!" Didn't they have
one of the best Freshman Parties in the school history thanks to Florence Socciarelli's
entertainment program? And didnlt they establish a record as juniors by "raking in"
the money during the magazine subscription drive-enough money to finance a
Christmas Party and that wonderful Junior Prom? Didn't they enter their Senior
Year with an impressive amount of money in their treasury?
Now at the end of the school year, the Senior Class of 1944 looks back at the
Easter Ball, at a long line of regents taken and passed, at Mr. Anderson's iokes in
Senior Home Room, at many such things. They smile proudly. They're still
JOYCE ALLEN WINSTON BARRUS
She's all my fancy Nothing to do and all
painted her. day to do it in.
She's lovely, she's
DonoTHY ADAMS GWENDOLYN BAKEMAN DORIS BATT
By a small sample we Her eyes were rhapso- A face as gentle as
may judge. of the dies in blue. candlelight.
Louise BATT DOROTHY BILICKI MARION B1.ooM
Her ways are ways of For, tying her bonnet Sweet as the flowers
pleasantness and all under her chin, that "bloom" in
her paths are peace. She tied a young man's the spring.
KATHRYN BENTHIN GLENYCE BLISSETT
Not that I love study Dimples like small
less, but that I whirlpools in
love fun more. her cheek.
MARTHA LEE BRANNIGAN
She smiled, turning the
pockets of our souls
I always dare to be as
funny as I can.
HENRY BOKMAN DOROTHY JANE BROWN CHARLES CARR
He understands the Her very frowns are All nature wears one
workings of the fairer far universal grin
female mind. Than smiles of other
GEORGE CHAMBERLAIN FRANCIS CLEMENTI Lois CLEVELAND
He said little, but to A sunny disposition is It's nice to be natural
the purpose. half the battle. When you re naturally
Seeing only what is
Sipping only what is
Thou dost mock at fate
To those who know
No words can paint.
And those who know
Know all words are
If there be any truer
Why should the devil
have all the fun?
Serious? Well, hardly
Athletic ? Absolutely.
MYRA CROMWELL MARY DAL1ss1o
Fair and softly goes But still her word is
far. 'touJours gal
measure of a man than
by what he does, it
must be by what he
I am in earnest-I
not excuse-I will
retreat one inchg I
Emo D,ANDREA CHESTER DIPAIMA EMMA EIBL
will When I feel like exer- Always a smile for
will cising, I just lie down everyone
not until the feeling goes Rather sober but full
will away. of fun
IDA D,ANDREA JOHN DONAHUE
Her eyes punctuate For where there are
everything she says.
Irish there's loving
Cut her out in little
And she will make the
EVELYN FANCHER face of heaven so
Her mind is like a rail- fine
road timetable, subject That all the world will
to change witho ut be in love with
ALICE ERGOTT EAIILE FILER BETTY FRANCIS
Do you not know I am Diligence is the mother She is as likable as
a woman? When I of good fortune. she is lookable.
think I must speak.
DOROTIIEA FULTON VIRGINIA GMINSKI MAX GRUSZCZYNSKI
Great oaks from little Impulsive, e a rn e s t, Happy am I, from care
acorns grow. prompt to act I am free.
Makes her generous Why can't they all be
thought a fact. contented like me?
JOSEPH GIARIIIZZO JEAN CRIMES
A small boy with big In kindness there is
Her cogitative facul-
ties immersed in cogi-
bundity of cogitation.
I worry not, for what's
To worry bores me
like the deuce.
She held up her end
of the conversation un-
til it was almost per-
A town that boasts
inhabitants like me
Can have no lack of
Tis said that absence Jesters do oft prove
But thou art not for-
She had a naughty Do you know that con-
heart, but one of gold. versation is one of the
greatest pleasures in
PAULINE JOHNSON EVELYN IRELAND
Life's a pleasant insti- Little friends may
tution, prove great friends.
Let us take it as it
LAVERNE KAST PAULINE KAST
He had a head to con- Bend on me thy ten-
trive, a tongue to per- der eyes,
suade, and a hand to As stars look on the
MARTHA KAMINSKI MERWIN KAST ROBERT KELLEY
The mildest manners I will sit down now, And finds with keen,
and the gentlest but the time will come discriminating sight
heart. when you will hear me. Black's not so black,-
nor white so white.
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DONALD LANDAUER ELIZABETH LEWIS NELLIE LUDINGTON
And when a woman's It well becomes a wo- She's learned to say
in the case man to be modest things with her eyes
You know all other and retiring. that others waste time
things give place. putting into words.
DOROTHY LEE EMILY LINKO
Born with the gift of Thou art to me a de-
laughter and a sense licious torment.
that the world is mad.
TERESA MARTILLMTA Four be the things 1
See where she comes, am wiser without:
apparell'd like Love, c u r i o s i t y,
the spring. freckles, and doubt.
KATHERINE LYONS MARY ALICE MATHES FRANCIS MONACELL
Good things come in She doeth little kind- Politeness is to the hu-
small packages. nesses man nature
Which most leave un- What warmness is to
done, or despise. wax.
GENE MONACELL ROSE MONACELL ARLENE MORRISH
From a little spark may She is a Winsome, Wee Silence is golden, but
burst a mighty Hame. thing. she's off the gold
ROBERT MONACELL VIRGINIA MoNAcELL
He had withal a merry Quiet, unassuming-
wit the best kind of friend
And was not shy of to have.
ANNA NENNI ADELINE NOWICKI
As merry as the day 'Cupid hath not, in all
is long. his quiver's choice,
An arrow for the heart
like a sweet voice.
MARJORIE MUNN ELINOR NICKERSON SOPHIA OSTROWSKI
A friendly girl - with They that govern the Sugar and spice and
dimpled grin - and most make the least everything nice
flirting eyes with mis- noise. That's what little girls
are made of
GERALD PAINE JEAN PASK FRANCES PICKETT
Men have marble, wo- Observe her ease of O for a horse wlth
men, waxen minds. manner and match wings!
her if you can.
ROBERT PALMER WILLIAM PASSARELLI
The man that loves and A man of few words
laughs must sure but of actions.
LORR AINE RICHARDS
Did nothing in particu- He got on his horse
lar and did it and rode away in all
very well. directions at once.
NORMA PITTMAN THEODORE RIEMER ELEANOR SADOVVSKI
The business of my Strength becomes True as the dial to
life is to make business the man. the sun.
a pleasure, and pleas-
ure my business.
EVELYN SADOWSKI VIRGINIA SLEDZIK DALE SNOW
Music is well to be the Little, but oh my! Born for success he
speech of angels. seemed,
How lo v e ly common
things must seem to
Who have such lovely
eyes to see them
With grace to win, with
heart to hold,
With shining gifts that
took all eyes.
From the crown of her
head to the sole of her
foot she is all mirth.
I place my hands back
of my head, relax, and
which represents great
quiet and tranquillity.
As good-natured a soul
as e'er trod on
shoe of leather.
A little nonsense now
Is relished by the wis-
There's nothing half so
sweet in life as love's
Heart on her lips and
soul within her eyes
Soft as her clime and
sunny as her skies.
ELEANOR STROUSE SHIRLEY THOMPSON RICHARD VANDEHLAAN
As pure in thought as T h e D r e am e r, the Between jest and
angels are, Dreamer, I reckon earnest.
Tohknow her is to love that's my name.
ELLEN JEAN SULLIVAN
No beauty is like the
beauty of the mind.
Her eyes as stars of
Like twilight's too, her
I hate nobody--I am
in love with the world.
I don't know whether
any part in my success,
but it was not a re-
RALPH WEITES DONALD WETIIEIIBEE
He drives as if rehears- How lucky I am! When
ing for an accident. ever I make a mistake,
people are sure to dis
WILLIAM WIT'FMAN GENEVIEVE ZWIFKA
Alas! The love of wo- If you want a friend
man! It is known to that's true, Im on
be a lovely and a fear- your list
The hand that hath
made you fair hath
made you good.
Her smile is something
to find your way with
in the dark.
HURLEY VAN AERNUM
Top Row: L. Spanton, M. Bowman, W. Hyland. J. Michalak, J. Sanford. E. Leeper, F. Webb, L.
Buckner, E. McColl, W. Kuhns.
3rd Row: E. Webb, C. Yaskulski, L. Woodcook, F. Connor, L. Sanford, R. Co1'nwell, M. Kuhns, B.
Appleton, J. Barnum.
2nd Row: M. Wilcox, K. Karat, E. Smith, D. Comstock, E. Nickerson, M. Sanford, J. Root, C. Gurney
A. DeCarlo, M. Robinson, D. Socciarelli.
lst Row: K. Drew, W. J. Neal, B. Murray, A. Waterson, B. Irvine, M. Pilato. E. Bates, R. Gavenda
THE JUNIOR CLASS
The junior -the Seniofs HSfClPZd'i1flH-
ls out-shadowed wow, it is clearg
But yo14'll have to admit he'll look grand in
The spotlight he'lI shine in next year.
A most ambitious class, these juniors! Slow and steady may win the race, but
not when any junior is around. Early in the school year the following officers were
elected: Alvin Waterson, Presidentg Barbara Irvine, Vice-Presiclentg Beverly Murray,
Secretary, and Mamie Pilato, Treasurer.
Top Row: T. Dragon. C. Allis, R. Boccaccio, J. Donovan, G. Forsaith, R. Tucker, G. Hughes, E.
G' M. M ' P. B "' .
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3rd Row: D. Thompson, G. Palmer, J. Raymond, L. Banker, K. Duross, J. Nenni, M. Jablonski, G.
Donovan, E. Smith. M. Macioszek.
2nd Row: A. Spinks, M. DeZetter, J. Allen, P. Youngs. J. Zorn, E. Jedzejewski. M. Marks, J. Grillo,
C. Monacelli, S. Westfall.
lst Row: G. Scharping, J. De Fleece, J. Coffey, P. Hakes, C. Parker, D. Mansell, M. Plummer,
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Getting right down to work, the Juniors established a record in selling magazine
subscriptions. Their sales talk must have been impressive, for they sold more than
any other Junior Class before them, I-lomeroom 333 holding the lead. In January
the Juniors held a party in the school gym.
Of course it seemed at times as if some Juniors had the rest of the school "coming
and going," what with the Smith twins, the Webb twins, and the Donovan twins to
confuse and amuse. Now they're all straightened out though - or are they?
Three Juniors were elected to membership in the National Honor Society. They
are Elizabeth Nickerson, Wilma Jean Neal, and Beverly Murray. This is con-
siderably below the usual number of Juniors making the grade, but the Juniors are
determined to achieve great scholastic and social feats next year.
Top Row: D. Paul, B. Stoney, M. Morrison, J. Anderson, M. Durant. A. Ciarico, C. Stucko, A. Tower,
P. Chutney, H. Holliday.
4th Row: M. Wickham, K. Kelley. W. Gray, R. Sadowski, M. Mattern, P. Staines, R. Restivo. C.
Parsons, A. Whalen, V. Rice.
3rd Row: J. Brooks, M. Schmackpfeffer, G. Bloom, B. Bell, J. Canale, B. Caldwell, J. Gilbert. A.
Smith, P. Sacco. A. Burgio.
2nd gfawz J. Wright, R. Nudd, G. Howard, D. Gartland, C. Paganelli, M. Daniels, V. Buckner. W.
1st Row: E. Whipple, J. Donahue. A. Juliano, T. Smith, B. Appleton, G. Marks, B. Revelas. M.
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Snappy little starlets all in a row -
Keep your eyes upon usg just watch us go l
We'll reach starolom some olay. We're awfully hard to stop,
Anal when we get our "Oscars," you'll know we've
reached the top.
Yes, the Sophomores have finally reached the halfway mark, with only two more
years to go. Too ciignihed to be mistaken for Freshmen, not quite up to the dignity
of the juniors, they are what they are - glorious Sophomores.
Top Row: N. Wells, P. Dollingzer, V. Smith, E. Boslev, J. Miller, D. Jaworski, N. Barber, G. Radner
H. Earnst, F. Eulolf, K. Hudson.
3rd Row: J. Maxwell, C. Houtz, W. Spanton. IJ. Burdett, B. Salisbury, M. Penasaek, M. Soper, E.
Godfrey, A. Sanderson, J. Gould.
2nd Row: J. Mann, M. Gurzenski, M. Conroy, G Kelley, H. Wilsea, M. Gurzenski, M. Rowley, G.
Radzinski, S. Vanderlaan, L. Thompson.
lst Row: C. Wolfrom, S. Landauer, W. Howard, C. Miller, A. Ellis, W. Nickerson, J. King, K. Brooks.
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
"Better late than never" was their motto as, in March, they linally elected the
following class officers: Charles Paganelli, Presidentg Dean Cartland, Vice-President,
Cale Howard, Seeretaryg and Marcia Daniels, Treasurer.
On April 28 the seeondfyear students held their annual party in the gymnasium.
Games and refreshments were enjoyed hy the Sophomores and their guestsg the only
casualty of the evening was the breaking of a tumhler hy the President of the
The Sophomore Class can be very proud of their operetta memhers. They may
not have a "Phantom of the Oper-ettaf' but Patsy certainly made a dashing lover.
D0n't you think so P
With the ease and grace with which they are climbing, it shouldn't he long now
until the Sophomores reach the top of that famous old ladder to sueeess.
Top Row: D. Denniston, J. Saeva, M. Hanas, G. Wright, A. Crawford, D. Socciarelli, R. Ronan, M.
Lubawy, M. Filer, J. Kirby.
4th Row: A. Whalen, D. Winkley, E. Dragon, J. Ellis, D. Sanford, F. Hughes, B. Shuler, M. Houtz,
E. Parsons, R. Krzewinski.
3rd Row: V. Neal, M. L. Brown, M. Daum, J. Wieczorek, L. Barrus, C. Batt. G. Canale, V. Trupiano,
D. Smith, B. Nenni.
2nd Row: R. Quagliano, N. Boag, T. Church, G. Brunne, L. Bilicki, A. Blissett. B. Ferris, C. Brunne.
lst Row: M. Babcock, C. Klopn, B. Ciarico, T. Moise, D. Smith. B. Merrill, J. Hilbert, L. Woolston.
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
The "juveniles" will play great scenes
Along life's pathway hright.
These scenes may change from time to time,
But we hope they'll all end right.
In September 1943, ninety-three shy pupils - the Class of 1947 - timidly searched
the halls of Albion High School to End their Freshmen home rooms.
Because of the unusual confusion of the school routine, the Freshman Class did
not organize until February 10. After a spirited election, Gerald Gibbs was declared
the President of the class. Robert Canham was unanimously elected Vice-President,
while Phyllis VanSt0ne was chosen Secretary-Treasurer.
Top Rovifi: H. Jackson. A. Gminski, P. Ricci, A. Ward, L. Galan, R. Allen, A. Christopher, D. Brooks,
4th Row: R. Matson, A. Cooper, B. Kruger, G. Herman, D. Dawes, L. Hakes, S. Giarrizzo, J. Newbould,
D. Brooks, J. Rice.
3rd Row: W. Caldwell, M. J. Allen, R. Ballard, W. Harland, M. Martina, M. Vella, E. Parks, M.
Sanford. M. Donovan. G. Woolston.
Znd ilogv: R. Dicks. J. Townshend, R. Canham, G. Gibbs, P. Van Stone, P. Kelley, S. Smith, E.
Ist Row: E. Herman, J. Perry, J. Draper, G. Covell, B. Berns, B. Judwick, M. J. Francis. J. Gaylord.
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
On March 10 the Freshman Class held its first party in the gymnasium, with
sixty attending. While several boys were "shooting baskets," the rest played a few
games of bingo, After the Grand March, in which all the pupils and teachers
present took part, dancing was enjoyed by the students. A basketball game between
two groups of freshman girls and one between the boys' teams were then played.
Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Finally, after the singing of "Good
Night, Ladies," the party came to an end.
Great hopes are entertained for the "Juveniles" who have been so ably directed
this year by Mr. Sherman, Miss Beeman, Miss Ball, and Miss Trivisond.
Class of 1947
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Row: D. Barber, H. Bakeman, V. Reed, R. Brown, J. Miller, C. Gavenda, R. Buckner, D. Henry,
F. Ugorek, G. Albanese, J, Telovsky.
4th Row: H. Alcorn, L. Sidari, J. Wolfe, J. Smythe, N. Sturges, S. Pittman, D. Chadsev, K. Spinks,
F. Sheelar, W. Ostrowksi.
Row: H. Sanford, E. Salvatore, H. Weber, A. Knickerbocker, R. Schmackpfeffer, F. Sabo, B.
Brundish, D. Sanford, J. Seager, E. Smith, T. Roberts, C. Miller.
2nd Row: W. Hall, G. Engle, N. Hill, J. Reamer, G. Salisbury, J. Palacios, D. Cromwell, W. Parsons
Row: R. Johnson, R. Smith, H. Townsend, S. Kleindienst, I. Salviski, S. Beach, R. Graczyk.
Row: W. Seager, C. Draper, P. Coffey, V. Lowman, M. Clementi, B. Starkweather, A. Cox, M.
Ruhlman, A. Ferris, E. D'Amico, G. Stymus.
Row: H. Soule, J. Dailey, 1. Sadowski, R. Young, W. Swabb, R. Kurzawski, B. Drew, P. Trabold,
L. Canham, R. Hill, M. Andrews.
Row: L. Bennett, W. Sigismond, R. Schmackpfeffer, D. Paine, J. Murray, A. Restivo, W. Gay
F. DePoty, R. Bloom, J. Cornwell.
Row: D. Judwick, J. Postle, A. Bradt, D. Terra, J. Banker, C. Karls, J. Shultz, W. Barnes.
Row: M. Baker, W. Bennett, T. Mendolia, R. O'Brien, L. Murray, E. Forder, J. Weaver
T011 Row: M. Phillips, T. Sanfilippo, D. Bills, H. Yaskulski. R. Nowatchik, D. Barber, J. Piedmont,
R. Ferris, R. Dickenson, J. Tomasino, R. Herman.
3rd Row: J. Ferris, M. Koch, E. Fortunato, M. Bailey, P. Stax-kweather, E. Davis, M. Hyland, J.
Pettine, W. Makowski, J. Keen. C. Bigger.
2nd Row: E. Tebaldi, J. Sullivan, M. A. Ronan, B. Forsythe, C. Cummings, J. Earnst, G. Kaniecka,
T. Cole. H. Smith, M. Belsou.
lst Row: H Hudson, R. Miller, D. Noon, M. Sheelar, G. Monacell, M. Sullivan, B. Shuler, T. Ciarico.
R. Ayrault, C. Hill, H. Sage, W. Rath.
Top Row: D. Chapman, R. Higley, C. Pawlaczyk, J. Herman, E. Batt, G. Revelas, B. Rowe, R.
McMahon, A. Licht, A. Dennis, R. Denniston.
3rd Row: W. Smith, L. Allen, B. Tucker, E. Draper, J. White, R. Weaver, A. Jeifery, S. Smith,
D. Chatfield, L. Eddy, P. Fletcher.
2nd Row: G. Eckler, E. Spalla, B. Kirby, A. Bloom, P. Daniels, R. Dollinger, D. Banker, R. Miller,
G. Monacelli, M. Raymond, D. Mack.
lst Row: L. Brooks, D. Coville, T. Doyle, C. Mona:-elli, F. Papponetti, R. Cnnham, V. DePoty, A.
D'Andrea, R. Paganelli, R. Bacon.
CLASS OF 1943 -AS OF 1944
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Army Army Air Corps
THOIVIAS D'AMIcO PETER AINA
Louis DANIELS JOHN BOAG
ROBERT MOORE JAMES CLARK
Allen Comstock is a sophomore at the University of Rochester, Where he is
Rosemarie Albanese, Mary Lou Brannigan, Helen Engle, and Gertrude Hofert
have answered the call for Cadet Nurses.
Pat Blando - Geneseo State Teachers College.
Jacqueline D'Amico - College of New Rochelle.
Dorothy Donovan - RBI.
Jean Duross - RBI.
Mary Elizabeth Hudson - RBI.
Lovina Kelley - University of Rochester.
June Klotzbach- Elim Bible Institute.
Marilyn Merrill -Endicott College.
Eleanor Monacelli - RBI.
Elberta Rowley - Brockport State Teachers College.
Kathryn Soule - RBI.
Donna Strickland - Syracuse University.
Josephine Trupiano - Brockport State Teachers College.
Margaret Whitney - Brockport State Teachers College.
Frances Wilson - Elmira College.
The rest of the girls are working in defense factories, except for Alice Hucknall,
Betty Janus, Margaret Robinson, and Eleanor Sadlowski, who came back for post
Ansel Brennan and John McGuire are attending Mechanics Institute.
Alfred Long is married.
Laurel Thompson is married to Roland Vink.
Ruth White is married.
Carson Bailey, John Bradley, Dorrence Casselman, Irel Clendenon, Donald Cole,
Allen Higgins, James Pettine, and Elliot Snyder are Working on farms or in factories.
CARRIE P. PRATT
After twenty-five years of successful
teaching in the Albion Public Schools,
Mrs. Carrie Pratt retired in june, 1944,
although she will still make her home
in this community.
As a very young widow with an
infant daughter, Mrs. Pratt taught in
various district schools until she finally
entered the Albion system in 1919. An
excellent teacher, she taught the Eighth
Grade in the old days when the High
School and Grammar Schools were both
housed in the building on Academ
Street. When the junior-Senior Higfi
School moved to new quarters, Mrs.
Pratt remained behind to act as
"Teacher-in-Charge" of the Grammar
School. She has acted in this capacity
until her retirement.
Aside from her activity in school,
Mrs. Pratt has been associated with
many worthy projects in the village.
We all wish her many happy years
to enjoy her well earned rest.
MARY V. S. SANFORD
Miss Mary Sanford, who started
many of our Seniors on the way to a
successful scholastic career, retired this
june. With the exception of two years
at Kendall, Miss Sanford's entire teach-
ing life has been passed in the Albion
Schools, first, in the "Central School",
later, in "The Academy".
As a Primary Teacher, Miss Sanford
was ideal, because she was so kind and
gentle to the little folk who came under
her supervision. Many a little heart-
broken child she soothed and comforted
on those black and trying "first days" of
school. Many a slow child she guided
and taught so that he could be pro-
moted at the end of the year. Many
the graduate who looks back on Miss
Sanford as his favorite teacher.
Her associates and friends have the
highest regard for Miss Sanford's char-
acter and ability.
May she be blessed with many years
of good health and a superabundance
of good luck.
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Top Row: I. Cook, R. Kelley, F. Skinner, R. Palmer, E. Filer, R. Sterczynski, R. Monacell, D. Batt,
M. A. Mathes. M. Robinson.
3rd Row: D Fisher. B. Francis, E. Strouse, P. Trupiano, V. Gminski, D. J. Brown, J. Stimson,
C. Parsons, A. DeCarlo.
2nd Row: L. Kast, M. L. Brannigan, D. Snow, P. Knst, P. Hakes, B. Irvine, J. Donahue.
lst Row: G. Radzinski, M. Robinson, M. Rowley, M. Munn, E. Sullivan, J. Allen, M. D'Alesio, L. Batt.
Assistant Editors ....
Business Manager --
Assistant Manager ....
Faculty Directors ....
Joyce Allen Virginia Cminski
Mary D'Alesio Marjorie Munn
Anthony DeCarlo Margaret Robinson
Betty Francis Eleanor Strouse
Irving Cook, Chairman
Louise Batt Robert Monacell
Earle Filer Raymond Sterczynski
Ioseph Ciarrizzo Jean Stimson
----DALE SNOW, PAULINR KAST
PEARL HAKES, BARBARA IRVINE
-----MARTHA LEE BRANNIGAN
----EL1zABETH ELsoN, ANNA BALL
Pauline Trupiano, Chairman
john Donahue Cenesieve Radzinski
Carole Parsons Marilyn Robinson
ART - Muriel Rowley
Doris Batt, Chairman
Dorothy Brown Robert Kelley
Dorothy Fisher jean Miller
Ton Row: R. Monacell. L. Kast. I. Cook, R. Palmer. G. Chamberlain, R. Kelley.
lst Row: M. Munn, M. L. Brannigan. P. Tl'U1ll3DO, D. Fisher.
We've tucked our "Oscars" all away
'Til we create another play.
Our cast, superb in "Seventeen,"
Should some day reach the Silver Screen.
"It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done . . ." Though these
were merely the lines of one of Dale's big scenes in "Seventeen," they could quite
appropriately be said by every member of the cast. Marjorie Munn with her baby
talk C"es?"Dg George Chamberlainis famous drawl, both in speech and actiong Dale
Snow's "Ye Gods!", Marty Brannigan's ability to devour sandwich after sandwich
with great theatrical gusto, Dorothy Fishers amazingly understanding and mature
portrayal of "seventeen's" mother, and Irving Cook and Robert Kelley with their
comment, "We didn't act like that when we were young" - all these will be remem-
bered in the Senior Play, 'iSeventeen," which was presented in Albion High School
on December 7, 1943.
Dress rehearsal was enlivened by the presence of the last two additions to the
cast, the dog actors, Flopit and Clematis, both of which on the following evening
turned in grand performances. In fact, many in the audience seemed to enjoy these
two dogs more than any other actors in the play.
Theres really nothing like a Senior Play. Long weeks of rehearsal, minor
calamities, major triumphs, endless fun, and the quick dash to the soda fountains
to rest and chat after an eveningis hard work. Then the collection of props, the
assembling of costumes, and the great thrill when at last the scenery is lashed to-
gether. The big night, jumble of lights, confusion, and make-up. The curtains
open and close. Another Senior Play has been a success in Albion High School.
All "background music" for our cinema play
Is furnished hy our glee cluh array.
While our "Phantom of Opera", one Mr. john jones
Will long haunt our halls with his stirring fine tones.
What could be more appropriate during war-time than band music? There
seems to be nothing, so the students of Albion High School march through the halls
with "Stars and Stripes Forevern ringing spiritedly in their ears.
At the Pep Rallies the band aroused the school spirit, which came to a climax
the night before the Medina game when mobs of students swarmed the streets, loudly
singing the school songs to the bands accompaniment.
On May 26 the Annual Spring Concert was held in the School Auditorium.
As patriotic as the band was the glee club this year in its presentation of "Hats
Off", a musical story of john Paul Jones. Other highlights of the year were the
Christmas program of familiar carols and the Commencement Music, presented by
both glee clubs.
With our "Best Foot Forward," we "Strike up the Band."
The director stands tenseg the real "take" is at hand.
We may not he Goodmans, or Dorseys, or such,
But we certainly "give out" with a masterful touch.
Top Row: I. Cook, L. Kast, M. Robinson, E. Filer, R. Kelley, J. Clement.
2nd Row: D. Batt, V. Gminskl, P. Trupiano, W. Neal, G. Hill.
lst Row: D. Fisher, J. Pask, E. Sullivan, E. Nickerson, B. Murray.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Behold the greatest stars of all -
Academy Award Winners they!
Our own. Academy is most proud
To have heen the scene for their play.
The activities of the National Honor Society have been limited this year because
of the small number of members. During the first week of school in September, a
meeting was held at which the following officers were elected: President, Margaret
Robinson, Vice-President, Dorothy Bilickig Secretary, Pauline Trupianog Treasurer,
Irving Cook. ln Ianuary, Dorothy Bilicki left school to enter nursing, and Dale
Snow, the only remaining member at that time, consented to take over her duties as
As its annual contribution in the field of entertainment, the National Honor
Society presented a minstrel show, "The Showboat Minstrelsf' which included jokes,
acting, and musical numbers by the minstrels. Albion High School discovered that
it had many distinguished Htroopersn. Many thanks to Mrs. Schnitzer and Mr.
Lynch for their assistance and direction.
After Easter recess the following new members were introduced to the assembly
in the traditional formal initiation: Doris Batt, Dorothy jane Brown, Ioy Clement,
Earle Filer, Dorothy Fisher, Virginia Gminski, Geraldine Hill, Laverne Kast, Robert
Kelley, 'lean Pask, Ellen Jean Sullivan, Eleanor Strouse, and Beverly Murray, Wilma
Jean Neal, and Elizabeth Nickerson of the junior Class.
S. S. S.
You've all heard of the Screen Guild -
Well, that's what we compare to.
We never pauseg each worthy cause
ln school is our affair too.
The Senior Service Squad has seen another year of promoting friendliness and
co-operation among the Senior girls. Officers for the year were: Mary Alice Mathes,
Presidentg Evelyn Fancher, Vice-Presidentg Mary D,Alesio, Secretaryg and Frances
Such committees as the Service Committee, Red Cross Committee, Flower Com-
mittee, Dance Committee, Activities Committee, and Gift Committee were ap-
pointed at the beginning of the year.
The Service Committee undertook to aid needy families of the community, sup-
plying various families with household provisions. Several meetings during the
year were devoted to Red Cross work. The Dance Committee sponsored numerous
noon-hour dances and thus helped much to increase the Club's finances. The
Committee for Activities planned a roller-skating party to hold up the social part of
the organization. The Cift Committee deliberated all year as to the appropriate gift
to give to the school, while the Flower Committee sent flowers to members who
were absent for any length of time because of illness.
The girls experimented with parliamentary law during meetings just to get used
to "proper" procedure. While the members were still "green" in parliamentary pro-
cedure, many interesting things took place, such as a motion to adjourn the meeting
live minutes after it had begun. lust experimenting, you know.
It has been suggested that henceforth all S. S. S. meetings take place behind
locked doors. It seems that some innocent male always wanders blindly into their
midst. After looking around, very startled and embarrassed, he manages to stumble
out apologetically. CMost of them realize it is leap year and make a hurried de-
Throughout the year the S. S. S. has been ably guided by the adviser, Miss
Evelyn Fisher. The members wish to take this opportunity to express to her their
deepest appreciation and gratitude.
Top Row: G. Paine, K. Drew, V Buckner. A. Tower, J. Wright. G. Sharping.
3rd Row: L. Buckner, K. Kelley, P. Ricci, D. Brooks. R. Allen, J. Shultz, A. Ward. M. Kast.
2nd Row: W. Kuhns, L. Woodconk, R. Gavenda. T. Dragon, C. Carr, J. Donovan. R. Weites.
lst Row: A. Christi. G. Gibbs, K. Kast, W. Davis.
F. F. A.
f'The Good Earth," as every one will know,
Is how F. F. A. makes a living, so -
If they're thrifty and work ever so fast,
They won't end up like "The Grapes of Wrath."
A few of the boys did so well with their projects this year that they had to pay
an income tax. Imagine that -the boys really made some money.
The Hrst of the year, the F. F. A. boys elected the following officers: President,
Henry Bokman, Vice-President, Charles Carr, Secretary, Ralph Cavendag Treasurer,
Thomas Dragon, and Reporter, john Donovan.
Some people think only "hay seeds" are in the F. F. A., but Lloyd Cornwell rep-
resents the Hcity slickerf' Lloyd really surprised the boys with his knowledge of
farming by asking a "hay seedf' "When is a horse not a horse PM The Hhay seed" was
stumped, so Lloyd proudly announced, HA horse isn't a horse when he is turned into
ln December, the boys attended the Poultry Fancier's Show in Rochester. The
Poultry judging Team, composed of Gerald Paine, Henry Bokman, and Thomas
Dragon, placed first in the show. Henry Bokman and Gerald Paine tied for high
individual places, and Kenneth Drew tied for second in the open class judging.
The members are learning more every day. Gerald Paine learned that instead
of spending two hours trying to start his tractor, he should change a wire around
which accidentally jumped out of place when he wasn't looking. Wonder what
made it P
The F. F. A. boys have their fun, but they also have had to work. Some of the
members have purchased, through the Chapter, several thousand chicks for their
projects this year. Last season the Chapter purchased over 55,000 worth of chicks,
seeds, and supplies for its members. The Albion Chapter of the F. F. A. is one of
the most outstanding chapters in this section of the country, they owe much of their
success to their excellent leader, Mr. William Sherman.
Top Row: R. Vanderlaan. R. Kelley, L Kast.
2nd Row: C. Miller, E. Filer, R. Callard, G. Chamberlain, J. Cornwell.
3rd Row: G. Salisbury, A. Burgio, G. Engle, C. Karls.
"I VVanted Wings," you realize,
Is the name of cz cinema playg
But 'tis also the cry of our Aeroneers-
Tlzey'll be "up in the air" some day.
Two years ago, Albion High Schools air-minded youth banded together under
the name of 'AAeroneers." Very much interested in its organization was licensed
pilot, Darrel Bachman, who became the first President of the club. Under his
leadership the 'iwould-be" Flying Tigers covered much territory. There was a great
deal of keen competition for membership. The group is widely known for its bloody
initiations. For instance, there is always a mop and pail handy at such "shin-digs."
The group often meets in the gym for basketball games. Recently they merged
with the F. F. A. on a trip to the Y. M. C. A. in Batavia. No one could Hgure out
why Richard Vanderlaan was so reluctant to get wet. He is still wondering how
it was humanly possible to get drenched as fast as he did once the "Aeroneers" made
up their minds.
Four boys went to the Air Show, which was held in Buffalo lately, bringing back
to the club an interesting, fact-filled report of what they observed. At present the
boys are building a Link Trainer. They meet weekly to discuss the make-up of
planes and principles of flight.
The boys' ideals are highg they seek to attain them by good old hard work. With
more and more emphasis being placed on the importance of aviation in war and
peace, it is certain that the "Aeroneers" will grow to be among the most important
activities at Albion High.
Officers for the school year are as follows: Ray Callard, Presidentg Richard Van-
derlaan, Vice-Presidentg George Chamberlain, Secretaryg Clark Miller, Treasurerg and
Robert Kelley, Sergeant-at-Arms.
TRACK INTRAMURAL ALL-STAR BOWLING
Camera headlines in the world of sports!
Our hoys have pluck from all reports.
Grantlanid Bice and Bill Stern too
Could fnd some stars among this crew.
Now we know why "Coach" hasn't much hair left. The streak of bad luck that
the football team encountered throughout this past season was enough to make any
coach tear his hair out.
The first game resulted in a tie with Oakfieldg the rest of the games were losses
for Albion. The students of Albion High School have always tried to accept defeats
without offering excuses, nevertheless, we feel it should be pointed out that, because
of outside work and war-time schedules, the boys got off to a late start, and most of
them were inexperienced players. Although seven lettermen returned, only two of
them CSacheli and Bloom, the co-captainsD had played more than half of the games
the previous years.
The annual Albion-Medina game was played at Medina the day after Armistice
Day, the game having been postponed because of heavy rain. The weather was
worse than on Armistice Day, but Albion was represented by a fairly large crowd.
Albion lost the game, but to the very end the team's fighting spirit was as high as
that of shoppers at a bargain sale.
The scores of the games were as follows:
Albion 0 Oakfield 0
Albion 0 East Rochester 13
Albion 6 LeRoy 27
Albion 0 Batavia 27
Albion 13 Fairport 25
Albion 0 Medina 26
The 1943-44 basketball season proved to be an unfortunate one. All the Genesee-
Orleans League games, as well as the non-League games, resulted in unfavorable
outcomes for Albion.
Most notable game of the season was the one with Batavia. Until the last few
minutes of play, the game proved to be in our favor, however, Batavia emerged the
In a way, the season could not be called entirely unfortunate. We were proud
of members of the team because of their plucky spirit and good sportsmanship and
are confident that the experience gained this year will show up in next year's games.
Let's give credit, then, to a gallant team who faced the opposition of far superior
teams with courage.
The weaker sex ? Oh, no, not us,
But "Glarnazons" are we.
No "stills" could portray our swift action play
lt's Hlights! action I camera," you see.
Three cheers for Miss Dayton, our new physical instructor, under whose skillful
guidance the girls have carried on a well-balanced athletic program.
In the fall, hockey started out with favorable weather. About twenty-four girls
participated in this sport, Marty Brannigan was manager of it.
Many of the "old timers" plus "new comers" went out for after-school basketballg
however, there was a slight decrease in attendance because of the number of girls
employed after school. Advanced techniques were taught on Monday, and the
tournament games were played on Tuesday.
Our account now reaches the bowling Held. The season began December l and
continued through March 29. Eight teams were formed, thus spirited rivalry and
competition were ahead. Tully D'Agostino,s "Pin Dodgers" and "Broon's Bowlers"
were top teams.
Time out now to speak of Miss Dayton's muscle building program. The girls
developed muscles but incidentally many pains too. The day after gym many girls
ached up the stairs, one step at a time, groaning about their pains and lameness after
work-outs on the parallel bars and stall bars.
Last but not least, "something new has been added"- the beginning of a Girls'
Athletic Association. lt is called the Genesee-Orleans G. A. A. because the schools
making up the organization are from two counties. Through such an organization
the physical educators feel they can further stimulate interest in the Held of physical
education, promotion of friendly feelings toward the nearby schools, and a broader
knowledge in the Held of sports. Girls attended playdays at Brockport, LeRoy and
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ICE CREAM DAIRY PRODUCTS
E- K- BE'-L ORLEANS DAIRY
Taxi and Bus Service Cream TOP M ilk
can 61 27 Bank Street
moms sm Auslon N Y
ALBION MOTOR CO.
LEO ENGLE GARAGE
Expert Mechanical Service Chevrolet - Oldsmobile
Sinclair Gas and Oils PHONE 102
Albion, New York
M cC ormick - Deering I
Sales - FARM IMPLEMENTS - Service
JOHN H. LARWOOD
FIVE CORNERS PHONE 27
HALSTEAD OIL COMPANY
West State St. Phone 327
CRAF F EY-THURBER
KARL WOLF E
- STOKER HEAT -
110 East Avenue Albion, N. Y. Phone 111
Albion, New York
R. H. MOORE
Allen J. Moore, Manager
PHONE 243-M Albion, N. Y.
McNALL 8: McNALL
Diedrich W. Mansell, Licensed Manager
E. Burgio Phone 74
Cor. Clinton and Washington Sta.
Landauer 8: Strouse
The Dry Goods Store
Look at Our
Hosiery, Glove and Underwear
When in Need of Goods in Our Line
JOHN A. JACKSON, D. D.
223 South Main St.
Albion, New York
Joseph Watt's Store
Plumbing, Tinning, Heating
Odd Fellows Temple
Albion, New York
ADAM P. DANIELS
Coal and Coke
Jeweler Meats and Groceries
lamonds - Watches - Jewelry PHONE 318
29 E. Bank st., Albion, N. Y. 337 E. Caroline St. Albion
NEW YORK STATE ELECTRIC Sz GAS
Better Baked Goods Compliments of
Go To ALBION AUTO PARTS
Albion Hgme Bakery L. E. Starkweather
26 East Bank Street PHONE 401
A. C. KEDING
SIGNOR PRIZE CONTESTANTS
Top Row: W. Hyland, J. Barnum, E. Mn-Coll, A. IleCarlo.
2nd Row: B. Murray, M. Sanford, B. Irvine. J. Michnlak, W. Bradley, L. '51 t
J. H. ROBINSON
Phones 22 and 383
Richfield Gasoline and Products
U N D E R W O O D
Standard, N oiseless and Portable Typewriters
Ribbons and Carbon Paper
W. J. FITCHETT
424 Third Street Niagara Falls, N. Y.
om imen s
P t Compliments of
A. 8: P. STORE
LeVere Brown-Meat Manager
132 North Moio sf., Albion, New York seldon Stewa't-Grocery Manage
INSURANCE SERVICE AGENCY
Mrs. Mildred W. Haines
E. J. ROSS HARDWARE
Acme Quality Paints
JAMES' W. HUBBELL
Albion, N. Y.
Children's 8: Misses' Shop .
Ready to Wear Clothing CLASS OF 1944
Garments Made on Order
B. BLISSE11, 57 Main Street
Walter M. Chatfield, Prop.
WOODS 8x VICK
CLASS OF 1944 '
Albion, New York
CLASS OF 1944
Curry's Toggery Shoppe
GREGG'S IVAH CHADWICK
RED 8: WHITE STORE phone 143
144 Clinton street 142 East State Street
PHONE 223 INSURANCE
Delivery Service ARE You FULLY PRo'rEcrEm
G' M' C' Tow J. B. Merrill 8: Son
Trucks Service n ,
Roy T. Merrlll, Llcensee
SMITH BRQS. FUNERAL nuuacrons
327 East Ave., Albion, N. Y. Ambulance Service
Gasoline Oil Albion Honey
D I R E C T O R S
Francis H. Blake Edward B. Archbald Benj. G. Wilson Ward B. Wilson
President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary
Charles G. Signor
Growers Cold Storage Co., Inc
WATERPORT, N. Y.
Birds Eye Frosted Foods
WESTERN NEW YORK'S
MODERN F IREPROOF COLD STORAGE
COLLEGIATE CAP AND GOWN COMPANY
366 Fifth Avenue
NEW YORK, N. Y.
Flowers Say It Best
CORSAGES A SPECIALTY
Member of F. T. D. A.
Albion, N. Y. Phone 119
GOULD'S FLOWERS, INC.
Albion - Medina - Lockport - Middleport
PHONE 518 East 'Bank Street
Elf., FEET HURT?
ALBION PRODUCE CO. ff . Get Qumk Rehef!
.,. L Don't suffer needlessly. There's
.O gn 1 a Dr. Scholl Appliance, Arch
Blue Cgal 5 Support or Remedy for most
every common foot trouble.
Albion, New York County Headquarters
ROBERTS SHOE STORE
Albion, New York
CONTINENTAL FOODS, INC.
Thomas J. Lipton, Inc.
Grade A Pasteurized Milk and Cream Products
43 Main Street-Phone 527
COLBURN LUMBER COMPANY
Lumber and Building Material
DU PONT PAINTS
West Bank Street Albion, New York
F. A. READ, Inc.
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R I A L T O
ALBION, N. Y.
FRIENDS' PACKING CO., INC.
SANFORD B. CHURCH
West Bank Street Albion' N' Y'
Albion, New York
SIGNOR, REED, SIGNOR
KIRK N. COLE
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Cedar Posts, Sash, Doors, Windows
, Lowe Brothers Paint and Painters Supplies
Office and Yard: West Avenue at West Academy
PHONE 344 ALBION, N. Y
Unity Department Store
Over 65 Departments of High Quality
Mm!-anaise at Low PRICES. of
. Volk's Hosiery
SAVE at UNITY and Millinery
39 Main St. ALBION 67
J. J. NEWBERRY
BASTIAN BROS. CO.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Designers and Producers of Exclusive Class Jewelry
and Commencement Announcements
Essential War Work
CARY B. FISH
Pahura and Salvatore
Albion, N. Y.
J. H. SAYERS, INC.
LEADING IN DR. GEORGE S. BAKEMAN
CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS Phone 92-W
Albion, N. Y.
Say Happy Graduation
With Our Greeting Cards
F R E E M A N ' S
QUALITY DRUG s'roRE
Albion, New York
ALBION, N. Y.
Albion Bottling Works
-P CLOTHING STORE
T. C. Sanfilippo, Prop. N. Main st. Albion, N. Y.
128 Washington St. Phone 250
k Compliments of
"Hy Quality" M U N S O N ' S
Jewelers Beauty Shoppe
Albion, New York
Woods 8: Sprague
Milling Co' Compliments
WHOLESALE FEED Albion Novelty Company
P t y - Bread - Cake - Pancake
F L O U R
GEORGE B. PETTINGILL
ROCHESTER GERMICIDE COMPANY
Rochester 5, New York
Orleans County's Greatest
D U G A N ' S
BOSTONIAN" Shoes for Men
VlTALlTY" Shoes for Women
EARL D. LEIGH
Phone 192 Residence 527-R
Rialto Theatre Building
K U T N E R ' 'S
ALBION - MEDINA
"BUY BONDS FOR VICTORY"
Maintenance - Repairs
BIRDS EYE - SNIDER
Division of General Foods Corporation
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B.1B. TRUMBLE, Agent
so E. Bank Sr. A Albion, N. Y.
PHONE 579 ALBION
Corner Bank and Liberty Albion, N. Y.
TEL. ALBION 571 FRANK N. MCNACELLI
Albion Oil Company
R. H. D0llIhg'Cr, D. D. S. Tax Collectors
Albion, N. Y.
Sometimes we even sell Gasoline, Kerosene,
Fuel Oil, Tires, Grease, and
Hoping to be able to do business
after the war !
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The share-and-share-alike spirit that America
developed with the war, has added to the
stature of its citizens. People have come to
realize that the success of an individual, a com-
munity or a country depends upon its good
faith to others.
During merchandise scarcities and trying times,
we have done our utmost to keep supplies
moving on the home front and to help eve -
one get a just and equitable share of available
merchandise. It is our pledge to continue this
practice and we hope before long that the world
will again be straightened out and We will be
able to supply your luxury, as well as your
SUPER MARKET, ALBION
That Good Gulf Gasoline
Kerosene, Range and Furnace Oil
f Dinners Lunches
t EXCITING RAY S DINER
X e COLLEGE -
N I9 Main St.
Matheos Ice Cream to Serve or Take Out
Open to the qualified high school
graduate interested in acquiring
the knowledge and skill to enable
him to H11 a permanent, highly-
remunerative place in the fields
of - Business Administration -
Secretaryship - Medical Secre-
taryship -- Management - Dis-
tribution - Personal Direction -
and Allied Fields.
Rochester Business lnstitute
Associate Member of the
American Association of Junior Colleges
ROCHESTER 4, N. Y.
ONTARIO SALES CORP.
H. J. ROBBINS
Firestone and Tidewater
115 East Bank Albion, N. Y.
Our Economy Service Starts at 85c
Free Call and Delivery Service
ALL GARMENTS INSURED WHILE IN OUR HANDS
Dresses Cleaned Without Shrinkage
Phone 204 JOHNNY sAEvA Albion, N. Y.
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Anchor Restaurant BEN, THE TIRE MAN
123 N. Main St.
50 GIRLS WANTED
TO RECEIVE A COLLEGE EDUCATION
in a profession which never fails to offer
INTERESTING and PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT
A Course in Pharmacy
prepares for many fields, such as
Chemistry, Bacteriology, Medical Lab Technology, X-Ray Work, etc.
SCHOLARSHI PS AVAILABLE
For further information write the
Dean of the School of Pharmacy
BUFFALO 14, NEW YORK
MOSER STUDIO, INC
T H E C H E V 0 N
27 Clinton Avenue North, Roch t
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