Albion High School - Chevron Yearbook (Albion, NY)
- Class of 1945
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With a sense of sincere humility,
we, the "Chevron" Staff of Albion High School,
dedicate this yearbook to our service men and women,
former students of Albion High School.
Wherever they may be, our thoughts go with them.
We pray that they may soon return to a peaceful America.
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It has been a common but most welcome experience this year
to see boys in uniform wandering through the halls of Albion High
School, visiting their old classrooms, arguing with teachers as to
exactly which seat they used to occupy. The uniforms may
differg the ranks may diiferg but in one respect the boys are all
alike-sooner or later they get around to that eager phrase,
"Remember when . . . Pm
These boys may be far away from Albion High School now,
but they have shown us that they will never forget their school
days. It is for them that the "Chevron" Staff has edited this year-
book. We hope our letters will give them pictures of our life at
school during the years of 1944-1945. More than this, however,
we hope our letters may help the boys to recapture memories of
their own days at Albion High School . . . to "remember when."
C 0 N T E N T S
Board of Education
CARL I. BERGERSON
Smaerintendent of Schools
BOARD OF EDUCATION
STANLEY T. MRS. FRANCIS H. IMIRS. GEORGE II. IDANIEL F.
Woons BLAKE MILLER DUGAN
JOHN H. WALTER I.
HAROLD PASQUALE GEORGE MRS. JOSEPH
CROWTHER DILAURA H OUGHTON M CGUIRE
CHARLES C. D,AM1co
High School Principal
THEODORE N. ANDERSON
KATHERINE H. BILLINGS SADIE MARIE BRITTON
junior High School Studies Mathematics
KATHERINE COYLE lxlARGERY DAYTON
junior High lwathenzatics Physical Eolucation
ANNA L. BALL
English I, II, III
EVELYN A. COLLINS
High School Lihrarian
IIELEN E. DONOVAN
junior High School
M. ELIZABETH ELSON
Dean of Girls, English IV
HELENA M. HOGAN
junior High English
EVELYN S. FISHER H AZEL GANIARD
Home Economics Social Studies
IRENE HARRIGAN CARL HEINTZ
French, History C Industrial Arts
JEAN LAIRD PETER LAURINI
Home Economics Instrumental Music
BERNARD LYNCH STEWART NEW MAY W. SCHNITZER
junior High School Agriculture English III, Dramatics
LOP-AINE M- SPRAGUE MICHAEI, SPIERDOWIS DOREEN SUNDELL
,lumof High 5011001 Physical Instruction Aff
GILDA TRIVISOND MARY E. TRUMBLE JESSIE C. VALNIA
English I, II Music Latin
GLADYS S. PEDLER
DOROTHY Foshan MILDRED HAZEL WILLIAM NESTLE
Sixth Grade Sixth Grade Fifth Grade
MARY G. DUGGAN MELVA D. TRIPP ANNA DEASY
Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Third Grade
EMILY E. BEEMAN
FRANCES H. GRINNELL HELEN I. YOUNCS
MARION C. HASSETT
ELIZABETH P. WEBSTER
The students of Albion High School wish to express their appreciation for the
frlendship, kindness, and helpful instruction of Mrs. Melva Tripp and Mr. Carl
HCIDIZ, who are leaving at the end of this year. Both students and teachers wish
them happiness in their new positions.
Top Row: M. Phillips. H. Holliday, W. Howard, D. Henry. R. Monacell, L. Thompson, L. Galan,
R. Canham. W. Sadlowski.
4th Row: G. Wright, C. Clement, G. Gibbs, E. Godfrey, M. Wickham, R. Graczyk, I. Sadlowski,
J. Howard, H. Earnst, R. Sadowski, C. Pawlaczyk.
3rd Row: M. Swabb, B. Judwiek, B. Berns, I. Salviski, H. Buck, J. Herman, R. Ayrault, S. Beach,
G. Radzinski. J. Banker.
2nd Row: E. McColl, W. J. Neal, M. Pilato, B. Murray, A. Waterson, M. Daniels, P. Hakes, M.
Robinson, A. DeCarlo.
lst Row: C. Licurse, S. Dragon, R. Canham, M. Covell, C. Button, E. Salvatore, A. Sullivan,
T. Brown, R. Nickerson, E. Batt.
Dear Ken, May 1, 1945
You probably donlt remember me, for I was only a Freshman when you were
President of Student Council. However, I remember you very clearly for the won-
derful work you did as President.
Maybe you recall Alvin Watersoii, dashing young Senior of today. Well, he
was elected President of this year's Student Council. Marcia Daniels was chosen
Vice-President, and Beverly Murray is Secretary and Treasurer.
Did you ever have to work at the stand during the football games when you were
in school? If so, perhaps this little account will sound only too familiar. A com-
mittee was formed from the members of Student Council to sell refreshments at the
games. Theoretically, this was a good idea, but those who volunteered for the work
bumped up against a little stark reality. It was a pitiful sight they -made, with
mustard smeared all over their faces and behind their ears, and with rain, which
accompanied nearly every game, continually drenching them. The work was profit-
able if not pleasurable, however, for Student Council has made more money this year
than in any former year. lncidentally, all the workers did survive.
Another event that was harrowing in its preparation but most enjoyable as a
finished product was the Annual Football Prom, put on by the Student Council in
honor of the football players, whom were all proud of for having won at least one
game. Besides being a well-arranged event, the Prom was a great help in raising
funds for the Athletic Association.
The student Council kept order in the halls by means of strict-faced monitors.
There have been a few times when the monitors have made more noise than the
students, but, all in all, they have done a fine job and have made our halls just
about as peaceful as we think they should be.
Since l'm writing this while on monitor duty, llll have to end now, for seventh
period is just about over, and I'd better prepare for the bus-rush. Take care of
CLASSES OF ALBION
Senior Class Officers
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M. Robinson, A. DeCarlo. W. J. Neal. E. McColl
May l. 1945
Congratulations on being accepted for O. C. S.! l bet it'll be different from
your high school days. Remember them? Were now able to look back and re-
member too, for it's almost the end of the trail for the Class of A45.
We remember how, as luniors, we tried to avoid rhetoricals, but it was no use.
We laugh now, but it wasnit funny then! We take a bow for having surpassed any
preceding class in the magazine drive. With the money earned from this campaign
we financed the Iunior Prom.
We remember the Easter Ball, a highlight of our Senior year. We really had
our headaches, trying to make three different shades of green all seem to match and
to make our colorful decorations seem spring-like.
You should have seen the Senior Play that was never put on. After weeks of
practicing and having heart failure as Anthony DeCarlo turned somersaults over the
footlights, we finally had to give up having the play because of the fuel shortage.
l am enclosing a snapshot of our officers. That is Anthony DeCarlo at the desk:
he's our President and also Valedictorian. Wilma lean Neal is Vice-President and
Salutatoriang Esther McColl, Treasurerg and Marilyn Robinson, Secretary.
Yes, now we are dignified Seniors and very quiet in homeroom. Of course.
Miss Elson and Mr. Anderson might have a different opinion, but how could 238 be
quiet when kids like Iohn Coffey, Patsy Burgio, and Ioe Nenni get together for the
sole purpose of making Bill Bradley give out with his tinkling laugh?
Our graduating class is doomed to lean on the feminine side this year, since
several of the boys have left for the Armed Forces. The Navy has taken Levi Wood-
cookg Lee Spanton has enlisted in the Merchant Marinesg Delois Thompson is an
air cadetg joseph Nenni expects to be in the Army soong and Keith Hinman, Tommy
Dragon, and Alvin Waterson are awaiting their call from' the Merchant Marines and
Air Corps respectively.
It's the end of the trail, we know. But remembering that Albion High School,
as any American school, is a symbol of what you are fighting for, we, also, are now
ready to take our places in the confused world of today.
"There Are Smiles That
Make You Happy"
I'm Thinking Tonight
My Blue Eyes"
"Don't Fence Me In"
WILLIAM T. BRADLEY
"The Sheik of Araby"
JOYCE MILDRED ALLEN
Lois I. BANKER
"Wouldn't It Be Nice If We
Could Fall in Love?"
MARJ ORIE G. BOWMAN
"You've Got To Be a
TONY R. DECARLO
"The Mu-sic Stopped"
"Let'5 Take the Long
THOINIAS L. DRAGON
"Cow, Cow Boogie"
"On the Sunny Side of
DOROTHY F. COMSTOCR
"There's Something About
MARILYN 1. DEZETTER
"Are You Having Any Fun?"
KENNETH E. DREW
"Shine On, Harvest Moon"
"I Dream of You"
RALPH W. GAVENDA
"How Many Hearts Have
"Angels of Mercy"
"I Was Taken for a Sleigh
Ride in CD"
I Fall in Love Too Easily"
LELAH FAYE LACEY
"I Came Here to Talk
ELINOR MARION LEEPER
"My Heart Sings"
You Are But a Dream"
KARL M. KAST
"Ain't Misbehavin' "
MARY JANE KUHN
"People Will Say We're
"Do I Worry, You Know
Very Well I Do"
ESTHER JEAN MCCOLL
"I'll Keep My Heart Under
Lock and Key"
MAR JORIE MOORE
When There's a Breeze On
"I Dream of Genie With the
"Nursey, Come Over Here
and Hold My Hand"
Poured My Heart lnto
"Oh, Johnny, Oh!"
WILMA IEAN NEAL
Give Me My Boots and
JOSEPH V. NENNI
"I Don't Want to Make
"When Irish Eyes Are
RAIMONDO M. PILATO
"Sweet and Lovely"
"A Journey to a Star"
"Play, Fiddle, Play"
"The Old Square Dance
Is Back Again"
"My Heart Tells Me"
JUNE ALICE SANFORD
"He's Just My Bill"
MERLE L. SANFORD
"Racing U7 With the
Smoke Gets in Your Eye
"I'll See You Again"
LEE SPANTON, IR.
"I Love Life"
"Come, Irene, on My
Shuffle Off to Buffalo"
ALVIN C. WATEBSON
"Straighten UD and Fly
'Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes"
MAEJOBIE E. WILCOX
My Dreams Are Getting
Better All the Time"
Gonna Build a Big Fence
"Sing Me a Song of the
"My Sister and I"
LEVI Wooncoorc, IB.
"The Charm of You"
Top Row: W. Oliver, W. Howard, C. Brunne, W. Nickerson, R. Nudd, C. Stucko, K. Kelley, D.
Gartland, R. Sadowski, L. Sadowski.
3rd Row: V. Smith, Marion Wickham, A. Ciarico, M. Morrison, D. Nichols, M. Penasack, W. Gray,
R. Restivo, M. Dollinger.
2nd Row: E. Whipple, G. Kelley, G. Howard, G. Marks, J. Donahue, B. Revelas, Marie Gurzenski,
lst Row: J. Miller, P. Staines, E. Godfrey, A. Smith, J. Canale, J. Mann, B. Appleton, J. Gould.
May 1, 1945
l received your letter asking for goingsaon about school, and l apologize for not
answering sooner Ca little matter of too much homework to doj. Since this is my
Iunior year, most of the news will have a third year slant to it, if you don't object
To begin at the beginning, here are our class officers. Howard Holliday is
President, with lames King as his only vice. Jennie Brooks and -lean Donahue are
filling the posts of Secretary and Treasurer in that order.
Now for some really big news. As you probably know, one of the fund-raising
schemes of the Iuniors in past years has been the selling of magazine subscriptions.
Well, this yearls class got down to business and really 'ioutclassedu all previous efforts
with a grand total of S961 collected. The hard work of the team captains and their
fellow students has set a mark which will be hard to equal.
Top Row: S. Landauer, K. Hudson, D. Mansell, P. Chorney, W. Spanton, M. Mattern, J. Anderson,
C. Paganelli. A. Tower, R. Paul, D. Burdett.
3rd Row: F. Egloff, K. Black, S, Vanderlaan, B. Bell, H. Earnst, Margaret Gurzenski, G. Bloom,
V. Rice, E. Bosley, E. Jedzejewski, J. Brooks.
2nd Row: N. Barber, P. Saeco, K. Duross, R. Appleton, M. Rowley, L. Thompson, A. Burprio, M.
Conroy, G. Radzinski. D. Jaworski, A. Juliano.
lst Row: R. Bidell, B. Caldwell, R. Henry, B. Stoney, T. Smith, C. Clement, H. Holliday. M. Daniels,
J. King, A. Ellis.
As the school year wears on, the number of juniors taking part in extra-
curricular activities has become more and more evident. You'd probably be amazed
at our variety of interests. We can point with what we feel is pardonable pride to
the third-year students who are participating in athletics or in the activities of the
music department. Then there are the Signor Prize Speakers. I'1l name them in
hope that you will recognize a familiar name. They are: Marie Gurzenski, Mary
Penasack, Muriel Rowley, Barbara Stoney, Marion Wickhziin, Anthony Ciarico, Kirk
Hudson, James King, Charles Paganelli, and Patsy Sacco. Muriel Rowley and
Charles Paganelli were the prize winners.
Of course it vvouldnlt do to leave out an account of the Junior Prom, especially
since something new was added to it. Instead of the usual routine of such an affair,
we held a banquet after the dance, and I think that a general opinion of satisfaction
was expressed by all who attended.
The more serious activities of the class are also due for mention. Seven Juniors
were taken into the membership of the National Honor Society this spring, and they
were initiated with the same ceremony through which you went.
Well, Bob, I guess I've just about run out of talk for the time being. You can
expect another letter in a short time, and in the meantime, you'lI write me, won't you?
Top Row: P. Kelley, R. Dix, R. Allen, D. Brooks, P. Ricci, R. Canham, J. Wieczorek, L. Bil.icki
3rd Row: J. Saeva., G. Wright, D. Winkley, S. Smith, E. Dragon, B. Shuler, E. Parsons, M. Filer,
A. Christopher, A. Ward.
2nd Row: M. Swabb, G. Coville, G. Woolston, B. Ben-ns, B. Merrill, M. J. Francis, E. Herman, M.
Daum, J. Draper, B. Ferris. U
lst Row: G. Gibbs, L. L. Hakes, L. Barrus, S. Giarrizzo, C. Batt, M. J. Allen, J. Rice, C. Klopp,
R. Nenni, M. Sanford.
lklay 1, 1945
Although you're in the Service now, once you were a Sophomore, and l sup-
pose you know many of the members of the Class of y47. Therefore, l'm going to
tell you about our activities this year.
We began with a bang in a really close election. Before a president could be
chosen, we had to vote several times. Finally Audrey Blissctt came out on top.
You probably remember Elsie Dragon. Well, she was chosen Vice-President, while
Beverly Ferris was named Secretary and Barbara hlerrill, Treasurer.
Right away, to try out our new officers, we had to have a Hallowe'en party. It
was, of course, held in the gym, with the traditional decorations of corn shocks,
pumpkins, and black cats, as well as orange and black paper. As was expected,
during the games some over-enthusiastic members of the class overturned the corn
shocks, but even that didnlt stop the fun, instead, it added to it. There were stacks
Top Rowg D. Brooks, A. Blissett, D. Heard, J. Kelly, M. Lubawy, L. Galan, B. Strickland, J. Kirby.
3rd Row: M. Hanas, L. Bagnato, T. Cummings, B. Button, J. Townsend, J. Gaylord, J. Murray,
G. Canale, W. Harling.
2nd Row: M. Martina, B. Ciarico, M. Vella. J. Perry, M. Wigley, P. VanStone, M. Houtz, J. Hilbert,
lst Row: D. Socciarelli, C. Gray, H. Jackson, D. Sanford, V. Trupiano, B. Kruger, D. Denniston,
J. Ellis, L. Woolston, M. L. Brown.
and stacks of huge, delicious donuts, and great pitchcrs of icy cold cider. Mr.
Nestle, acting as chaperon, won a huge rat trap as a prize and immediately proceeded
to catch the tail of Miss Ganiard's jacket in it, but, all in all, there were no other
During the recent War Bond Drive, Home Room 347, led by Miss Diluaura,
bought more stamps and bonds than any other homeroom-over S400 worth! But a
Freshman homeroom, with fewer pupils, had a higher percentage, so the Sophomore
homeroom humbly bowed to defeat. The other Sophomore homerooms were super-
intended by Miss Gillette and Miss Valnia, and they also made an excellent showing
in the drive.
Well, it's getting late, so I'd better stop. l think you have just about all the
news of importance concerning the Sophomores anyway. Thanks for the letter you
wrote. From what you said, it sounds as if perhaps you will be able to come home
on leave some time in May. Don't forget to come up to school and visit us if and
when you do convince your commanding officer that he can do without you for a
fe da s.
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Top Row: W. Parsons. D. W. Henry, B. Drew, B. Jackson, W. Seagrer. R. Brown, J. Murray, D.
Cromwell, J. Shultz, H. Bakeman, M. Ruhlman.
4th Row: G. Engle, J. Palacios, V. Lowman, J. Stucko, J. Dailey, L. Murray, F. Sheelar, R. Young,
G. Albanese, A. Ferris.
3rd Row: H. Townsend, B. Brundish, L. Bennett, R. Graczyk, I. Salviski, E. Smith, J. Seaxrer, S.
Beach, K. Spinks, B. L. Bennett. J. Miller.
2nd Row: S. Pittman, E. D'Amico, J. Levandowski, J. Zwifka, R. Buckner, W. Swabb, J. Banker.
W. Gay, N. Sturges, T. Strickland.
lst Row: F. Kelley, J. Rohland, E. Salvatore, I". Sabo, T. Mendolia, W. Caldwell, L. Rice, I.
Woodruff, A. Knickerbocker, H. Webber.
lVlay 1, 1945
Your mother told me that you have been promoted recently to staff sergeant. I
should imagine that you're very proud right about now. Certainly we are all proud
In your last letter you asked how things were going along in Albion High School
these days. Well, pardon 1ny prejudiced outlook-after all, l am a Frosh myself-
but l would say that the Freshman Class looks "mighty sharpn this year. The go-
getters and energetic people you can find in that class!
just to prove 1ny boasting has some justification, listen to this. A few months
back, our school had a Bond Drive, with each homeroom assigned a certain quota.
All the Freshman homerooms exceeded their quotas, but bliss Ganiardls Freshmen
won the five-dollar prize. They arcn't sure to what use the money will be put, but
they are seriously thinking of buying a flag.
Top Row: A. Bradt, D. Barber, J. Postle, J. Rearner, F. Garrod, S. O'Kane, R. Kurzawski, L. Canham
J. Wolfe, L. Thompson, J. Telovsky.
4th Row: C. K'1rls. D. Terra, P. Coffey, S. Kleinrlienst, M. Clementi. I. Sadowski, L. Ruchaj, A.
Merry, R. Merrill.
3rd Row: G. Salisbury, A. Restivo, L. Sidari, IJ. Paine, W. Bennett, IJ. Sanford, W, Sigismgnd,
E. Downey, T. Roberts, J. Gurney.
2nd Row: R. Bloom, R. Smith, P. Kelley, H. Soule, W. Ostrowski, B. Star-kweather, J. Gurzinski,
M. A. Janus, L. Marks, S. Telga.
Ist Row: B. Oakes, J. Bokman, C. Zavitz, J. Weaver, A. Bieber, B. Allen. R. O'Brien, E. Forder,
Before l go any farther. l'd better tell you just who our guiding lights are this
year. You remember Lowell Thompson? He was a rolyfpoly little boy when you
were in school, but you should see what a smooth fellow he is now. Lowell is our
President and is ably assisted by Vice-President Nancy Sturges. The Honorable
l'Meatball" Dailey is the secretary and also is in charge of the few pennies that the
freshmen hold dear.
The Freshmen had quite u party on November 3. Our class has some promising
jitterbugs, but they also do pretty well on the square dances. The refreshments were
exceptionally goodg lkliss Ball claims we had the best fruit punch she has ever tasted.
If you could come back to visit our school for a day, you would realize that the
Freshmen this year aren't much different from those of your day. We may still bc
what the Seniors like to call timid and green, but things that are green at least show
promise of life.
Well, it's almost quarter to five now, so I think l'cl better close. Guess where
l'vc been writing this-that's right, in Detention! Remember, l'm only a Freshman,
and live got a lot to learn.
Top Row: T. Sanfilippo, D. Chapman, C. Draper, R. Ferris, G. Revelas, C. Shervin, R. Herman, A
Licht. R. Denniston, P. Kelley.
4th Row: L, Eddy, L. Allen, F. Uuorek, A. Bloom, R. Weaver, C. Calkins, J. Ferris, W. Keene,
J. Herman, R. Dia-kinson, J. Tomasino.
3rd Row: 'l'. Doyle, H. Johnson, E, Goodwin, A. ll':xI'llll'C2l, M. Sheelar, R. Miller, I. Haskell. J. Lettis,
A. Jeffery, R. Ayrault.
2nd Row: E. Davis, M. Bailev, G. Monacelli, S. Smith, W. llel'uty, J. Earnst, T. Cole, J. Sullivan,
P. Enzie, IT. Chatfielil.
lst Row: R. Canham, IJ. lilark, R. Pagranelli, J. Ciarivo, ll. Fovillc, li. Canham. L. Brooks, V.
Ileljoty, H. Smith.
Top Row: M. Phillips, H. Yaskulski, A. Dennis, W. Smith, C. Bigger, R. Dollinyzer. F. Anderson,
W. Sacllowski, E. Webster, D. Bills.
4th Row: D. Barber, B. Rowe, C. Cummings, I. Sacllowski, M. Jones, E. Slnalla, B. Tucker, R.
McMahon, J. Piedmont.
3rd Row: H. Hudson, M. Hyland, E. Wells, J. Alll7Ol't, G. Ei-kler, G. Kaniecki, R. M. Miller, R. Bavon
P. Daniels, C. Barnes.
2nd Row: B. A. Kirby, H. Sage, B. Forsythe, W. Makowski, S. Dragon, R. Salmon, E. Tebaldi, D
Weaver, L. Pettine.
lst Row: C. Monacelli, C. Bennett, D. Henry, G. Monacelli, M. Sullivan, F. Pammonetti. H. Sanford,
D. Ruhland, B. Cox.
Top Row: E. Euloff, C. Zicari, E. Miller, H. Baldwin, B. Shelp, B. Church, ll. Furmanski, J. Howard,
M. McMullen, E. Earley, C. Pedler.
3rd Row: M. Weather, K. Mm-Kenna. P. Lyons, A. Sullivan, M. Raymond, ll. Pask, A. Babcock, E.
Burprio, H. Burk, R. Wagner.
2nd Row: R, Williams, R. Burroughs. D. Sturges, M. Scupien, R. Vim-kner. C. Ward, P. Sedita,
R. Licurse, R. Nickerson, M. Stevens.
1:-it Row: B. Miller, T. Brown, A. Ewald, E. Batt, L. Snyder, R. Nivkerson, V. fliarrizzo, K. Axtell,
E. Axtell. K. Rush,
Top Row: B. Andrews, J. White, K. Hale, C. Salisburv, R. Sedita, A. Neal, B. Smith, P. Culmo,
E. Fox-der, J. Robinson, C. Pawlaczyk.
4th Row: J. Haskell, F. Yaskulski, E. Sidari, L. Bilicki, J. Juliana, IJ. Ferris, M. A. Sledzinski,
L. Vapzpz, R. Dawley, R. Merrill.
3rd Row: C. Nesbitt, C. Babcock, P. Davis, C. Button, W. Howard. IP. Stevenson, F. Sledzinski, G.
Kreiwaitis, K. Monacelli, M. Scupien.
Znd Row: K. Bridgeman, B. Bradley. T. Super, A. Buoy, J. Clement, M. Coville, R. Eckler. R. Crom-
well, F. Schrader, J. Rice, E. Crawford.
lst Row: P. Ludwick, M. Gurney, C. Francis. R. Nenni, L. Radzinski, A. Monagelli
, P. Lusk,
CLASS OF 1944 - AS OF 1945
ARMY AIR CORPS
Hurley Van Aeinum
Mary Alice Mathes
Dorothy Jane Brown-Endicott junior College
Joy Clement-University of Buffalo
Irving Cook-Houghton College
Virginia Gminski-Albany State Teacher's
lean Iudwick-Brockport State Teacher's
Laverne Kast-Purdue University
Robert Kelley-Wooster College
Robert Monacell-Notre Dame
Loraine Richards-Brockport State Teacher's
lean Stimson-Endicott junior College
Eleanor Strouse-Elmira College
Shirley Thompson-Alfred University
Pauline Trupiano-Brockport State Teacher's
Geraldine Vella-Buffalo State Teacheris
Kathryn Benthin-R. B. I.
Dorothea Fulton-Chown Business School
Geraldine Hill-R. B. I.
Betty Johnson-R. B. I.
Most Popular Girl
Most Popular Boy
Wittiest Girl ....
Wittiest Boy ....
Best Dressed Girl
HOME ROOM 238
THE SENIOR CATALOG
- --- -- -Barbara Irvine
- -- -Bill Bradley
- --Laura Sanford
- -- -Bill Bradley
- -- -- ---Mamie Pilato
Best Dressed Boy -------- Iohn Michalak
Brightest Girl --------
Brightest Boy ----
H andsoinest Boy -----
Prettiest Girl ----
Love Sick Girl --- --
Wilma lean Neal
- - - - -Anthony DeCarlo
Love Sick Boy --- ---- Eugene Leigh
Lazy Senior --
Smiling Senior -
Neatest Senior -
Woiiian Hater -
-- - -Thomas Dragon
- - Patricia Youngs
-- - -Mamie Pilato
- - -- -Kenneth Drew
Time Waster ------------- john Coffey
Most Studious ------ Elizabeth Nickerson
Most Musical Girl ------ Margaret Marks
Most Musical Boy -----
Most Artistic ---------
Most Talkative ------
Best Dancer CGirlD ----
- - - - -Bill Bradley
Best Dancer CBoyD ------ Ralph Gavenda
Most Athletic Boy -
Most Athletic Girl
Ideal Wife -------
-- -- -Francis Skinner
- - - - -- -Barbara Irvine
- - - - -Beverly Murray
Ideal Husband ---------- Eugene Leigh
Most Courteous Girl ------- Pearl Hakes
Most Courteous Boy ----- Alvin Waterson
Most Anihitious ---- Elizabeth Nickerson
Best Speaker ------
Ten O'clock Scholar
Most Talented ---
Best Disposition ---
Best Executive -
Quietest ---- -
Class Bahy ----
-- -- - -Janice Barnum
- - - - Francis Skinner
- -- ---Bill Bradley
- - - - - -Esther McColl
--- -Alvin Waterson
- - - -Alexander Egloff
HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES - Chevron Staff
National Honor Society
Senior Service Squad
F. F. A.
if jJi.ffj,gg,g, 1 1.
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Top Row: M. Sanford, R. Pilate. A. Waterson, J. Brooks, H. Holliday, M. Wickham, G. Coville,
G. Scharping, W. Gray, F. Skinner.
3rd Row: G. Radzinski, M. Robinson, P. Kelley, M. Rowley, M. Swabb, B. Bell. P. Burgio.
2nd Row: D. Socciarelli, P. VanStone, J. Michalak, B. Irvine, C. Paganelli, P. Hakes, M. Penasack,
' -' F J. B - .
A. Ciauco, B. eiiis, annum
lst Row: R. Canham, A. DeCarlo, E. Nickerson, B. Murray, E. Leigh, E. Leener.
q CHEVRON STAFF
Co-Editors - - - - PEARL HAKES, BARBARA IRVINE
Assistant Editors - CHARLES PACANELLI, MARY PENASACK
Business Manager ---- JANICE BARNUM
Faculty Directors ELIZABETH ELsoN, ANNA BALL
LITERARY STAFF CIRCULATION STAFF
Elizabeth Nickerson, Chairman Alvin Wzltersony Chairman
Jennie Brooks John Michalak Vvzmdu Gray Elinor Leeper
Anthony DeCarlo Beverly Murray Porter Kelley Jean Miller
Betty Francis Dominic Socciarelli Marilyn Swabb
Eugene Leigh Phyllis VanStone
t PUBLICITYISTAFF . Patsy Burgio, Chnirntozn
Pauline Kast, Marilyn Robinson, garbam B611 Howard Holliday
C0'Chm'meW Robert Canham Mamie Pilato
Beverly Ferris Genevieve Badzinski Gloria Coville Merle Sanford
Gerald Scharping Francis Skinner Marion Wickham
Leonard Bilicki Anthony Ciarico
Louis Galan james Postle Duane Smith
Seniors: Janice Barnum, Anthony DeCarlo, Pearl
Hakes, Elinor Leeper, Eugene Leigh,
Raimonda M. Pilato, Gerald Scharping.
Juniors: Dean Gartland, William Howard, James
King, Jean Miller. Charles Paganelli,
Mary Penasack, Muriel Rowley.
E. Nickerson, B. Murray, W. J. Neal
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
May 1, 1945
Of course I know you are terribly busy with your du-ties in the Cadet Nurse
Corps, but today I was looking through the secretary's book for the National Honor
Society, and I became interested in the articles on the purpose and standards of the
society. I thought that you, as a member, would be interested too.
I found that the Albion Chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary
Schools was first organized in 1935. The object of the Chapter is to create an
enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worth-
while leadership, and to encourage the development of character in pupils of Albion
High School. Membership in this chapter is based on scholarship, service, leader-
ship, and character.
You probably remember that the speeches made during the initiation ceremony
in assembly dealt with scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Do you
think you will ever be able to forget the day you were initiated? I know my knees
were ever so shaky.
There were only three Seniors who were old members, so they had quite a
problem as to what they should do about electing officers. Now, I don't know
whether I should tell you this or not, but as long as you are a member, I guess it
will be all right. They went into a huddle with Miss Elson and finally arrived at a
solution on how to elect officers. They drew lots! Of course, I know that isn't the
way the books say to elect officers, but what else was there to do? It turned out that
Elizabeth Nickerson became President, Wilma lean Neal, Vice-President, and Bev-
erly Murray, Secretary and Treasurer.
I certainly hope the new members get as much satisfaction out of being mem-
bers of the National Honor Society as I, and I know you also, have had. I'll write
again later to tell you all about the spring initiation ceremonyj ll
Top Row: H. Bakeman, P. Chorney, R. Nudd, B. Stoney, C. Paganelli, A. Ciarico, M. Filer, G. Wright,
J. Coffey, C. Brunne, W. Bradley.
4th Row: E, Dragon, H. Earnst, P. Colley, E. Webb, M. Wilcox, F. Webb, J. Gaylord, B. Bell,
S. Smith, V. Lowman, L. Lacey.
3rd Row: P. Enzie, S. Kleindienst, M. Martina, P. Youngs, M. Vella, P. VanStone, E. Herman, B.
Button, B. Ferris, J. Hilbert, J. l7eFelice.
2nd Row: J. Zorn, J. Barnum, R. Brown, M. Pilato, A. DeCarlo, G. Brunne, P. Sacco, M. L. Brown
J. Mann, B. Ciarico.
lst Row: M, Janus, M. Conroy, R. Paganelli, M. J. Francis, B. Irvine, M. Rowley, J. Donahue,
Top Row: L. Bilicki, D. Bills, H. Holliday, J. Reamer, M. Penasack. C. Parker, M. Bowman, K.
Hudson, W. J. Neal, IJ. Denniston.
4th Row: R. Nenni, L. Hakes, G. Palmer, L. Sanford, E. Smith, .I. Murray, I.. Thompson, R.
Johnson, J. Kirby.
3rd Row: IJ. Comstock, IJ. Jaworski, J. Grillo, M. Marks, C. Monacell, D. Socciarelli, G. Marks,
M. Gurzenski, M. Sanford.
2nd Row: J. Gurzenski, M. Wickham, M. J. Allen, E. Godfrey, S. fliarrizzo, E. Parsons, B. Shular,
K. Black, C. Marks.
lst. Row: N. Sturges, H. Soule, C. Zavitz, H. Sage, R. Bacon, A. Juliano, B. Berns, D. Paine.
Top Row: S. Church, M. Phillips, C. Pawlaczyk, G. Engle, D. Barber, P. Sacco. J. Howard, E,
Nickerson, P. Kelley, J. Kirby.
4th Row: K. Hudson, J. King, W. Sigismond, D. Sturges, P. Staines, W. Howard, R. Monacelli,
W, Bradley, H. Holliday, Mr. Laurini.
3rd Row: E. Godfrey, R. Miller, B. Murray, M. Conroy, M, Rowley, J. Barnum, E. Batt, A. Sullivan,
G. Revelas. C. Parker, W. Neal.
2nd Row: J. Piedmont, R. Sedita, K. Duross, M. Clementi, A, Merry, C. Brunne, L. Ruchaj, B.
lst Row: J. Banker, H. Sa.nford, B. Judwlck.
May 1, 1945
I have just heard about your forming a dance band at the base. You always were
"on the beami' in the music department. Well, I wish you and your trombone
lots of luck.
Our school band has been quite busy this year. You should have heard them
blaring forth at the pep assemblies and beating it out on the Four Corners as the
climax of the Pep Parade before the Medina game.
We have a strong band in more ways than one. Imagine Pat Sacco sturdily
blowing sweet notes out of a tuba that is twice as big as he is. The orchestra played
at Signor Prize and, of course, will accompany the Seniors as they "process, on
If you ever want any professional advice on musical matters, ask our music de-
partment. Weive trained one music teacher for Hollywood. Mr. Laurini left for
the West Coast in February, and Mr. Schultz, from Rochester, became our capable
Our Clee Club did all right for itself, too. The Christmas Choir gave a splen-
did program of carols at the Baptist Church on Christmas Eve and at school on an
earlier date. And the operettal It even overcame the jinx of having been presented
on Friday, the thirteenth. llere is the plot, briefly. A marchioness, Margaret
Marks, masquerades, for reasons of safety, a peasant girl. After some confusion-
both on-stage and back-stageeshe promises to marry a young man, Bill Bradley, who
had saved her from drowning. Of course they live happily ever after.
It really took Kirk Hudson to play the maniac convincingly in i'The Chimes of
Normandyv, while Bill Bradley threw himself into the part of making practiced love to
As usual, the entire Clee Club will sing at Commencement. I only hope that
you will be able to get home at that time as you have planned, then you can see and
hear for yourself what a really fine Music Department we have.
Top Row: W. J. Neal, E. McColl, M. Bowman, C. Parker, J. DeFelice. M. Plummer, C. Allis, E
Bates, G. Forsaith, R. Tucker.
3rd Row: C. Yaskulski, M. J. Kuhn, L. Sanford, B. Murray, G. Palmer, B. Appleton, J. Sanford,
E. Leeper, E. Pawlaczyk, M. Moore.
2nd Row: R. Pilato, D. Comstock, B. Irvine, D. Soeciarelli, C. Monacell, S. Westfall, M. Marks, M.
Sanford, P. Youngs, E. Nickerson.
lst Row: M. Jablonski, C. Gurney, E. Webb, A. Spinks, P. Hakes. F. Webb, M. Wilcox, J. Zorn,
SENIOR SERVICE SQUAD
May l, 1945
Do you remember when I wrote you about our initiation into the S. S. S.P Well,
it's our turn this year, and lim telling you I certainly wouldn't want to be a Iunior
Our first meeting was held in the cafeteria quite early in the school year. After
some confusion, Pearl Hakes was elected President, Eloise Smith, Vice-President, and
Alberta Spinks, Secretary and Treasurer. Eloise moved to Rochester in January, so
Patricia Youngs was elected as Vice-President to take her place.
In a meeting before Christmas vacation, when Pearl was asked what activities
we wanted to have, many suggestions came up. Some one who, like all of us, didn't
know how much sleighing weather would be ahead, suggested a sleigh ride. Another
suggested a caroling party, so what do you think we did? Yes, we combined them
and set the date for December 19. But, because only thirteen people, counting four
teachers, turned up that night, we went caroling in cars. Would you like to know
what happened when they visited the hospital? Why donit you write to Ianice
Barnum and find out? l'm sure she'd be more than glad to tell you. Well, with
cold feet and hoarse voices, the party dropped in at Miss Fishers home afterwards
We had a "lVlr. Anthonyv program, which was going to be put on in assembly,
semi-rehearsed, but-as you already know-the storm came. We had so much school
work to catch up on after our sudden vacations which occurred about every other
week during the winter that the program was dropped, and it hasn't been men-
tioned since. ,
We were out of school so much that we couldn't accomplish much more than
dances in the gym during noon hours, but, as l said before, we are all looking for-
ward now to initiating the new members. If you have any fiendish ideas for initia-
tion stunts, please send them on to me when you write next. l promise I'll never let
the poor Junior girls know who the master-mind was who invented their torture.
Top Row: D. Brooks, R. Allen, P. Ricci, G. Scharping, G. Gibbs, L. Buckner, D. Sheelar, A. Chris-
topher, L. Woodcook, J. Kirby.
3rd Row: W. Seager, T. Dragon, K. Kelley, J. Murray, R. Young, S. O'Kane, T. Tower, K. Drew,
2nd Row: F. Sheelar, D. Cromwell, T. Cummings, A. Ward, L. Woolston, W. Ostrowski, K. Kast,
lst Row: K. Drew, T. Strickland, W. Bennett, J. Roland. W. Caldwell, J. Weaver, L. Bennett. H.
Webber, Mr. New.
F. F. A.
lVlay 1, 1945
I suppose by now youre used to the "bell bottom trousers, and have traded your
jitterbug for a sailor's hornpipe. Sampson must seem pretty far away from Albion
High School, but l'm awfully glad to know that you're still interested in getting
some school news.
You were asking about the F. F. A. Well, you're in a pretty good position to
know that the Future Farmers of America arenit headed directly for a future of
farming-Uncle Sam will take care of that-but this year they did a really grand
job of preparing for the more distant future in farming.
You probably know that the boys have a new teacher. Mr. Sherman left early
in the first semester, and Mr. New Cthat's no jokcg itys really his nameD took over.
Before Mr. Sherman left, the boys bought a War Bond and gave it to him.
Mr. New is a fine man, and the fellows like him very much. He certainly
keeps them busy with field trips and meetings. And speaking of field trips, that
one to Kenneth Drewis farm proved one point-fields can be muddy.
Ralph Gavenda is President of the F. F. A. this yearg Gerald Scharping is Vice-
Presidentg Lyell Buckner, Secretaryg Dennis Sheelar, Reporter, and Gerald Gibbs
holds the money bags. And do they have money! lust before Christmas the boys
divided into two teams and sold Christmas trees. They made over S125 on the deal,
so a party was in order. With the money made from the sale of the trees, the boys
hired an orchestra and had a party. The Home Ec. girls were invited-they fur-
nished the refreshments. Nice planning, huh?
If the F. F. A. carries on next year as well as this, lim pretty certain that by the
time you are home to stay, the Albion countryside will be flourishing. Until then,
lots of luck.
BASEBALL ALL STAR INTRAMURAL TRACK
May 1, 1945
Remember the days when you were on the high school football and basketball
teams? 1,11 bet the memories of your good old high school athletic days were preitty
vivid around Armistice Day when you knew weid be playing our Medina game.
Although our football team lost five games and won only one, we stoutly main-
tain that we had a good team. There wasn't a game in which the boys didn't give
their opponents a tough battle and a run for their money. Here are the scores of
Brighton ..... ..... 2 0 0
Oakfield ...-... ---
East Rochester --- --- 19
LeBoy ...... .. - - - - - 6
Fairport ...... ........ 6
Medina ........... .......... 2 6 0
We had a cooperative, fast-moving basketball team this year that made a good
record. Under Coach's expert guidance, the team won nearly half the games that
were played. The boys had to work hard, sweating every night from four to six
o'c1ock in practice, but they were repaid by becoming one of the outstanding basket-
ball teams of the county. The varsity men were last ycar's lettermen, wi-th the ex-
ception of a few boys who made the second-five varsity for thc first time this year.
1'11 jot down the scores of the games just in case you are fond of statistics:
Middleport .......... CU 15 C2D 32 C11 31 C2D 34
Hilton .....,..A.... C12 26 C21 20 CU 31 C25 21
Kendall .................. -. .... 19 38
Batavia ...... ..... C 1D 26 C2D 30 CU 36 C2D 18
Holley ........,.... CU 35 C22 25 CD 30 C25 21
Brockport ..................... 23 20
LeRoy ............. CD 35 C2D 35 C11 33 C2D 18
Medina ..... ..... C 1D 29 C2D 38 CU 35 C21 26
Oakfield .... ...,... C 12 35 C2D 53 CU 12 C22 31
Our spring activities are about to start, and from the looks of things, we are
to have a very good baseball team and track team. 1 can't give you any specific
details about these teams now, but 1 promise 1'11 write you play-by-play, step-by-step
accounts of the events in my letters later on.
Top Row: I'. Youngs, B. Irvine, H. Earnst Top Row: B. Irvine, H. Earnst, M. Rowley
Znml Row: M. Conroy. G. Forsaith, I.. Sanford Znxl Row: E. Dragon, M. Conroy, B. Bell
lst Row: J. Donahue, E. Dragon, L. Hakes lst Row: G. Fnrsaith, J. Donahue, J. Brooks
Top Row: J. Hilbert, M. J. Francis, H. Souls Top Row: B. Stoney, J. Sanford. M. Bowman
1:41, Row: C. Monacell, B. Irvine, M. Rowley Znml Row: G. Fox-saith, M. L. Brown. M. Sanford
lst, Row: J. Hilbert, C. Gray
Ton Row: J. Sullivan, J. Earnst, N. Sturges, V. Lowman, P. Coffey. B. Caldwell, J. Herman, M.
Hyland, M. Wickham, R. Sedita, Miss Dayton.
2nd Row: S. Giarrizzo. S. Smith, B. Forsaith, S. Kleindienst, J. Hilbert, H. Soule, J. Banker,
S. Dragon, L. Sanford.
Ist Row: H. Earnst, M. Rowley, L. Hakes, E. Dragon, B. Bell, M. Conroy, B. Irvine.
May l, 1945
Amidst the feeble moans and groans of gym class, I shall attempt to write. I
say "attempt" because for the past two weeks we have done nothing but exercises. Of
course, there is marching and drill work in that line. Your little sister is in this
period gym class, and she really has a rugged time 'ito the rear marching" and "open
ordern-ing down the center of the gym. It's amazing the patience Miss Dayton has.
This year has been fun. We started out by playing field hockey. Donlt you
remember seeing us out there when you were practicing football? We nearly frozel
A few girls still have their faint "battle scars"-hockey sticks are hardl
Then volley ball. I always liked that. We had six teams and played off our
games during the noon-hour. We thought we were good if we could keep the ball
going over the net five times.
Shortly, after Christmas, girls' afterfschool and intra-mural basketball started.
The girls who went out after school have the advantage over the others because they
learned several different techniques both in guarding and making up new plays. We
have gone to quite a few 'lplay-daysl' at Batavia, and Albion has been host to Ba-
The pingepong and badminton tournaments are yet to be played off. Quite a
few girls have signed up for them. From what I hear, there is some "good material",
so the finals probably will be close.
Along in lklay, girls' softball will begin. I stand up to bat, swing wildly at every
ball, and then, if l do happen to hit it, I throw my bat so far I'm just automatically
put Hour". But we do have a few good batters. When Mary Conroy or Elsie
Dragon is up, the poor fielders have to chase practically over to Smithis garage,
while the batter nonchalantly walks from base to base.
For the second year the Girls' Athletic Association has been organized. The
officers-Barbara Irvine, President, Barbara Stoney, Vice-President, and Sally Smith,
Secretary and Treasurerfwere elected in the early part of the year. The girls have
had parties and have raised money by sponsoring noonfhour dances.
Since the time is running short, I shall have to bring this to a close. Let us
hear from you whenever it is possible. JH
L. Galan, C. Karls, A. Knickerbocker. R. Sadowski, E. Smith, W. Parsons, A. Burgio, G. Engle
May 1, 1945
Albion High School is very grateful to you for your help in making the
Aeroneers what they are today, the future flyers of America. Under your leader-
ship in that first year or so, the members showed their stuff. Now, as then, the boys
are striving to better themselves for the flying of tomorrow.
The Aces have elected these officers, some of whom I think you'll recognize by
name: Creg Engle, Presidentg Chet Karls, Secretary, and Bill Parsons, Treasurer.
Under the leadership of Mr. Heintz, the boys are making good progress. They
have built glider airplanes, which they tried out in the gymnasium. As a result of
the contest Ernest Smith won.
There are eleven members in allffour new members were enlisted recently. I
need not say much about the initiations, but to quote some remarks from the boys,
it was "pretty ruggedv. One boyis comment consisted of just HWhew!H
We have in the shop a list of members of former years, such as you, who are
now in the Armed Forces. With you first on the list, they are: Navy, Matt Ciszek,
Donald Bloom, Earle Filer, and Ceorge Chamberlain, Army-Elliott Snyder and
The Aeroneers have been visited by a representative of the State Department
at Albany. He told the boys that, out of the few schools having such organizations,
Albion High has the best Aeroneers Club he has ever seen. He has also asked to
have the regional meets held here at Albion. All that makes them feel pretty good.
We are all proud of the Aeroneers and hope that they will keep up the good
work. So to you and to these Hellcats of tomorrow we say, 4'Keep ,Em Flyingli'
P. S. How do you like the photo of the boys that l'm enclosing?
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CARY B. FISH
JOHN A. JACKSON, D. D. S.
223 South Main St.
Albion, New York
J. H. SAYERS, INC.
LEADING 'N A. W. HOLLIDAY '
CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS
Large Assortment of
FINE SPORTS WEAR
Albion, N. Y.
WOODS 8: VICK
LEO ENGLE GARAGE
Expert Mechanical Servic
Sinclair Gas and Oils
BEN, THE TIRE MAN
123 N. Main sr.
RED 8: WHITE STORE
1 44 Clinton Street
Compliments of ComPliment5
Republican-American Albion Recreation
FRIENDS' PACKING CO., INC.
Better Baked Goods E' J' R055 HARDWARE
Go To A Acme Quality Paints
Albion Home Bakery
26 East Bank Street Farm Supplies
A. C. KEDING
Flowers Say It Best
CORSAGES A SPECIALTY
Member of F. T. D. A.
Albion, N. Y. Phone 119
CONTINENTAL FOODS, INC.
Thomas J. Lipton, Inc.
Albion Novelty Company
Say Happy Graduation
With Our Greeting Cards
F R E E M A N ' S
QUALITY DRUG s'roRE
Albion, New York
GROCERIES CLASS OF 1945
PHONE 579 ALBION CORNER PHARMACY
Albion, New York
MOSER STUDIO, INC
27 Clinton Avenue North, Rochester 4
D I R E C T 0 R S
Fr H Bl k Edward B. Archbald B G W1 on Ward B. Wil
President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary
Charles G. Signer
Growers Cold Storage Co., Inc.
wATERPoR'r, N. Y.
Birds Eye Frosted Foods
WESTERN NEW YORK'S
MODERN F IREPROOF COLD STORAGE
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ALBION MOTDR CO.
Chevrolet -- Oldsmobile
Albion, New York
FRANK N. MONACELLI
Woods 8: Sprague
Milling Co. Compliments of
' . A. 8: P. STCRE
WHOLESALE FEED LeVere Brown--Meat Manager
astry - Bread - Cake - Pancake senden stewart-Grocery wranagef
F L O U R
ROSE'S DRESS SHOP
Ready Made Dresses
and Women' s Apparel
LESLIE W. CANHAM
POWER and LIGHTING SERVICE
415 East Avenile Albion, N. Y.
ROBBINS 8z DAVIS
Firestone Home and
The Albion Furniture Co. Auto Supplies Store
North Main St. PHONE 34 ,
53 Main sr. Albion, N. Y.
JOSEPH F IORITO
Fancher, N. Y. Phone Holley 2799
KARL WOLF E
ALBION, N. Y. - STOKER HEAT -
Albion, N. Y. Phone Ill
Compliments of Compliments of I ' '
SAMMET'S ALBION AUTO PARTS
L. E. Starkweather
N. Man sf. Albion, N. Y. PHONE 401
Albion Oil Company
""'i?f,1,"f,if:"Q,f,' gjgjiffgffd "" Furniture and Stoves
Hoping to be able to do business 105 E, Bank Sf, PHONE 397
after the war!
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I N S U R A N C E
ARE You FULLY Pnorsrfrnm
BIRDS EYE - SNIDER
Division of General Foods Corporation
McCormick - Deering
Sales - FARM IMPLEMENTS - Service
JOHN H. LARWOOD
FIVE CORNERS PHONE 27
JAMES w. HUBBELL E S S 0
Texaco Products , golomal,
F llllng Station
GOODYEAR TIRES Grimes Bros
EXIDE BATTERIES c r Bank .na Labmy ' Alb N Y
Albion, N. Y.
TEL. ALBION 571
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
ALBION, N. Y
BASTIAN BROS. CO.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Designers and Producers of Exclusive Class Jewelry
and Commencement Announcements
Essential War Work
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TRAINING X , CAREER
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TIBBITS 8: SON
Albion, New York
Let R.B.I.'s famous "Success Clinic" show
you the career for which you are best suit-
ed . . . and let R.B.I.'s exclusive "Balanced
Business Training" properly prepare you
for that career- You'Il find training here a
real pleasure. Our newly modernized school
offers you the finest facilities of any busi-
ness school in America . . . New, cheerful,
soundproof classrooms, new, scientific light-
ing, most up-to-date equipment.
New day school terms begin every 3 months.
Write today for full particulars.
Rochester Business Institute
172 Clinton Ave., South
Rochester 4, New York
Joseph Watt's Store
Plumbing, Tinning, Heating
Odd Fellows Temple
Albion, New York
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wlgion, Ofzew Cyan!
ADAM P. DANIELS
Coal and Coke
Meats and Groceries
ICE CREAM DAIRY PRODUCTS
Cream Top Milk
PHONE 318 27 Bank Street
337 E. CRTOIIIIG st. AIIIIOII PHONE 518 ALBION N Y
Albion - Medina
Lockport - Middleport
PHONE 518 East -Bank Street
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