Albion High School - Chevron Yearbook (Albion, NY)
- Class of 1950
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Published by the Students of
ALBION HIGH SCHOOL, ALBION, NEW YORK
To Mr. Breuilly, whose friendly "service
with a smile" has become a virtual tradi-
tion at Albion High School, this yearls
Chevron is affectionately dedicated.
Gersey Islands' loss was Albion's gain in
the person of Mr. Jack Breuilly, faithful
custodian of Albion Public Schools. Dur-
ing 32 long years in the service of this
school, Mr. Breuilly has seen countless
dances, athletic events, parties, and routine
school days. We of the Chevron Staff
are endeavoring to depict school life as
seen through his eyes.
"Good Morning". This cheery saluta-
tion as familiar as Mr. Breuilly himself
has greeted many a student and teacher.
At his regular post by the west door, Mr.
Breuilly watches the passing parade. A
group of teachers saunters by. Through
their minds run thoughts of report card
marks - deadline today - attendance re-
ports that just won't balance, detention
night for one, drill classes for another,
papers to be corrected, tests to be made
out, noon duty in the crowded cafeteria,
decoration suggestions for the dance com-
mittee, all the everyday duties of a teacher.
Mr. Breuilly smiles for he knows that in
spite of all the difficulties, they like teach-
ing. A raised mark, the confession that
drill class meant the difference between
a passing mark and failure, the realization
that finally a student understands are
plentiful compensation for long hours of
CARL I. BERGERSON
Superintendent of Schools
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The Chevron Stott, speaking for the entire
student body, wishes to extend its congratula-
tions to Mr. Bergerson, on the onniversory of
his twenty-fifth year as Superintendent of
the Albion Public Schools.
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CHARLES C. D'AM1co
Board of Education
lst Row-Francis A. Sturges, Martha R. Hart, Dorothy S. Blake
2nd Row-Daniel F. Dugan, John A. Jackson, Stanley T. Woods
3rd Row-Edith R. Miller, Leonard A. Depczynski, Pasquale DiLaura
MR. SAN FORD
Boys' Physical Education
Science and Math
MISS PI LATO
Dean of Girls - English
Mr. D'Amico has unlocked the door to
the Inner Sanctum. Save for a few whis-
pering stragglers the noise has settled
down to the slow hum of an average school
day. A scared looking student hurries
by clutching a green pass remembering
the gum he enjoyed yesterday. Carefully
written excuses are exchanged for pink
slips. The bell rings and classes begin.
Mr. Breuilly pursuing his duties, passes
the Science Room. Intent young faces re-
veal that a test is in progress - noon study
hall for those who fail. From the Chem-
istry Room comes an odor of hydrogen-
sulphide, smelling very much like rotten
eggsg farther down the corridor a student
leaves Study Hall, a library pass in his
hand. And so it is on through the build-
ing. Sophomore English and "The Tale
of Two Citiesng American History anal
The Monroe Doctrineg from the gym the
sound of marching feet. Just an average
day thinks Mr. Breuilly as he leans against
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Class of '50
We are Albion High School's mid-century class! On June 27, 1950 we will have
finally made our way through enough history, English, math and language classes
to have our names entered as alumni.
If we ever thought we were busy before, this year topped all our previous
records. Our class officers were:
President - - - - JOHN HOWARD
Vice-President - KENNETH AXTELL
Secretary - - RITA PENASACK
Treasurer ----- KAREN MCKENNA
Every Tuesday morning during homeroom periods, we had Class meetings -
they will always be, to say the least, unforgettable.
Since our treasury was, to put it mildly, low, we entered into a flurry of selling
newspaper subscriptions. The Senior Tea, to which we invited the faculty and our
parents was a big success due partly to the good work of Ann Monacelli, Carol Francis,
and Florence Yaskulski. If anyone noticed a few sleepy seniors during October and
November, they were probably members of the cast of Tish, the senior play. The
play went off with the usual number of mistakes, which only added to the fun.
Because of Ioan 'luliands efforts we had two successful skating parties. Nearly every-
one had to limp into Home Room the next day but it was worth it. We ave our
treasury another boost by selling Christmas paper. Who will ever forget "Timmy's"
leer as he said, "Pay for that paper or else!" Hamburg, pickles, and chocolate milk
constituted the main diet of those who attended the Christmas party. We thought
that we could make a success of the Football Prom. Although everyone worked hard
and had a good time, it was a financial failure. But the dances that we sponsored
after basketball games brought in a little money to our depleted treasury. Then there
was the Easter Ball, with its sidewalk cafe theme, which we'll always remember and
which brought in a S640 profit. Selling candy after school was another project the
class undertook. Bob Janus, Ruth Nickerson, Carol Francis, and Leonard Radzinski,
Carl Babcock, Eleanor Sidari, and Ioan 'luliano besides having to sell the candy also
had to keep the mice from eating it.
What a year! A moonlight tobaggan party on Pine Hill, ushering for Back to
School Night, ordering class pins - more things to tuck away into memories of our
senior year. And there,s more to come. Carol Francis, Clenn Sprague, lohn Ferris,
and Rodger Wagner are choosing their committees for Class Day. A picnic at Hamlin
Beach is being planned by Pat Ludwick and Richard Hollenbeckg Carl Babcock is in
charge of our trip to Crystal Beach. Finally will come Craduation Day - 1950.
Presiding This Year
Richard Abbot's favorite pastimes
are his old Ford and girls, ln be-
tween these two proiects, he found
time to win himself letters in bas-
ketball and soccer at Ontario High
School from which he transferred to
Albion. Richard has no definite
plans for next year.
Edith has been very active in school.
She was vice-president of the F.
H. A., an active member of the
band, Glee Club, and girls' sports.
Among other things Edith's special
interests are sewing, cooking, and
baby sitting. She plans to attend
"Bryant and Stratton" business
school in Buffalo next year.
"Bing" is a girl who always has a
smile. She is president of the Com-
mercial Club. She was president of
326 in her sophomore year. Hob-
bies include embroidering and look-
ing through magazines for ideas on
how to fix her home.
Laurence is a member of the F. F.
A. and played intramural basketball
on its team. He enjoys square
dancing and declares that girls and
driving his limousine are his fav-
orite interests. He plans to work
aftter graduation if he can get a
"Curly" hopes next year to find a
steady job, so that he can enjoy
his pastimes of girls and cars on a
sound financial basis. Lawrence
also has the distinction of always
bein?-4g t-:ie last one to take his seat
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JOHN E. ALCORN
John, otherwise known as "Acorn",
is one of those outdoor he-men who
like to go camping. John likes to
participate in all sports. Next year
John would like to attend college or
become a salesman.
Kenny is vice president of the
senior homeroom, treasurer of the
F. F. A. and had the honor of ob-
taining the Empire Farmer Award
this year. His plans include Michi-
gan State next year but now his
worries center around keeping his
"Scuffy" is a hard working boy. He
works at Bakeman's garage part
time, goes to school and still has
time to participate in sports and
the! club program. Scuffy is es-
pecially interested in fishing, eat-
ing, girls, and cars. Next year he
plans to take a P, G.
"Honey" is a sharp little lassie
whose beauty was widely recognized
in her sophomore year when she
was crowned queen of the Easter
Ball. She played the lead in the
senior play this year and spoke for
Signor Prize in her junior year.
THOMAS A. BROWN
"Loafin' " is Tom's favorite pastime
but his activities speck louder than
his words. His membership in the
Hi-Y, work as manager of advertis-
ing staff of the Clarion-Echo, and
his athletic activities prove he
doesn't loaf too much. He has re-
ceived a letter in four sports. Next
year he plans to take a P. G. course.
"Dot" is a quiet girl who likes to
read and listen to popular music.
She has been an active member
of Senior Service Squad and Com-
mercial Club. She plans for a
position as a bookkeeper in the
CAROL ANN BUTTON
Carol claims her favorite pastime is
"smiling" and we classmates know
that Carol has been busy "smilin'
thru" many activities such as the
Chevron Staff, Clarion-Echo, and
S. S. S. She loves to cook and next
year she wants to become a sales-
girl in Rochester.
Many parades have revealed the
twirling talent of "Chessie", our
head majorette. A very musical
girl she has been active in Band
and Glee Club. She is also an ex-
pert swimmer and has a great liking
for a Plymouth car.
RUTH ANN CURTIS
Extra-curricular activities seem to
take up a major portion of Ruth's
time. She spoke for Signor Prize
in her junior year, was a member
of typing staff last year, and is
manager of it this year. She is
scheduling operator for the audio-
visual club this year,
ELMER C. DILODOVICO
Elmer says his nickname is "Elmer
DiddIe". Elmer's hobbies are listen-
ing to the radio and reading sport
magazines. His favorite pastime is
sleeping, He says he will "work"
in the future - probably go into
Harry has been active in track and
in the F. F. A. He has been
Treasurer, Vice-President and Presi-
dent of the F. F. A. Harry says
that there is no time for hobbies on
a farm but his favorite pastime is
hunting woodchucks. A member of
the National Honor Society, Harry
is planning to enter Cornell Univer-
sity next year.
, HELEN CAMPBELL
Helen is especiall famous for her
crowning glory, her blonde hair.
She was in the Glee Club and in
the senior play. As far as the fu-
ture is concerned, she plans to do
secretarial work, and later set up
Wanda, who joined us in our Junior
year, is usually busy with her
various activities. She spoke for
Signor Prize, she was in the Senior
Play, and she took part in the
Junior Town Meeting of the Air.
She is also corresponding secretary
of the Student Council.
"Sam" has supplied the F. F. A. with
good times since his freshman year
besides holding the esteemed office
of Watch Dog in that organization.
He spends his time repairing his
battered '29 Chevrolet plus working
in the onions a little now and then.
Roy's nickname is "Runion". Roy
has been active in Glee Club and
has served on various decoration
committees since coming to Albion
High. Roy's hobby is carving and
miniature building. He loves to
dance and specializes in South
American dancing, since he spent
quite a few years in South America.
Roy plans to enlist in the Navy.
"Janie" is a member of the Com-
mercial Club, and was a member
of the Glee Club in her Freshman
year. Her hobby is trying out
recipes. Since Alice would like to
get a job right after graduation,
her favorite pastime is looking at
CAROL ANN FRANCIS
"Skeets", an active member of
girls' basketball, hockey, baseball,
and any other sport available, likes
to travel. Listening to popular
music and collecting glasses be-
tween S. S. S. and Chevron Staff
meetings ore her favorite pastimes.
"Ginny" is a member of the Glee
Club and of the Commercial Club.
She likes to dance, listen to music,
take pictures, and go roller skat-
ing. She plans to become a house-
wife next year.
A quiet, shy girl with an attractive
smile is our Alice. She has been
active in Glee Club and is a mem-
ber of Senior Service Squad. Her
plans are indefinite - perhaps
school -- perhaps work.
Dick, who is valedictorian this year,
has been treasurer and president
respectively of the Future Farmers
of America and is business man-
ager of the Chevron this year. He
is a member of the National l-ionor
Society and is an Empire Farmer
Everyone will vouch for the fact
that John is the mainstay of the
tenor section of the Glee Club.
Senior Play, managing sports,
speaking contests, plus Empire Boys'
State, which he counts as one of
his biggest thrills, have left him
little extra time.
"Blondie" belongs to the girls' base-
ball team. She was a member of
the Glee Club for one year. Her
hobby, strange as it may seem, is
collecting bottles. She'd like to be
a telephone operator next year.
Since she is quite a letter-writer,
she' may spend time writing between
JULE ANNE HAZARD
Jule's artistic talents have provided
many attractive advertisement post-
ers. We'll always remember her
realistic dancing couple at the
Match-Me-Hop. She was promotion
editor of the Chevron this year,
president of the Art Club, and head
Carl didn't want to admit very much
about himself, but he did tell us he
is a good sportsman, hunting, and
fishing included. He told us, too,
he wants to work on the farm in
future years and some day own his
John is our "Mr. President", and a
very capable and good one, too.
John is a busy man. He works at
the A. 8. P. partime, participates
in many school activities, and
spends a great deal of his time
with his "convertible". John's
pastime is seeing people in his
office at the "Sugar Bowl". Some-
day he wants to become a window
"Waldo" claims he has a very
unique string of pastimes - eating,
sleeping, loafing and then resting
after the strain. He has invested
his savings in a i930 blue Chevy
and he furnishes transportation for
most of the school. He likes Dixie-
land Jazz and Stan Kenton records.
A quick tongue and a ready joke
have earned Bob the reputation of
the wit of the senior class. His
musical talents on the piano
accordion have kept him in demand
for entertainment. He has been
active on both the circulation and
promotion staffs of the Chevron.
"Archie" as her friends call her, is
a pretty busy girl. The S. S. S.,
F. H. A. and Glee Club keep her
busy enough, but she is even busier
looking and planning for the future.
"Archie" is getting married in July
and is moving to Kentucky. She'd
better practice up on her "square
"Gus" came to Albion from Ontario
where he was vice president of the
freshman class. His hobbies are
collecting banners and making
model planes and he has been very
much interested in the Photography
Club. His favorite pastime is sleep-
ing - no future plans.
Patricia Ludwick's favorite pastime
seems to be laughing. She is a
member of Glee Club, Senior Ser-
vice Squad and the Photography
Club, "Pete" likes to read, listen
to records and also travel west.
Doc's four years in the Future
Farmers of America certainly pre-
pared him for his future. He
wants to work on their farm. Be-
sides all these agricultural interests,
Doc likes to ride horse back, teach
Sunday School and see movies. Re-
laxing and reading are his pastimes.
Orton has been a four year member
of the F. F. A. and spends his time
raising rabbits and fragrant flowers
on Pine Hill. Listening to the radio
and going to church seem to be his
Joan's ability to plan a good time
was illustrated this year when she
successfully engineered two senior
skating parties. She has been an
active member of Junior Red Crass
and a hard-working gal on many a
decorating committee. We'll re-
member Joan happily sailing along
in her automobile. She'll enter
nursing school in the fall.
"Lin" has been an active partici-
pant in girls' sports, and on S. S.
Sfer. Marilyn derives great pleas-
ure out of playing baseball, sleep-
ing and thinking things all over.
She is going to Highland Hospital
"Pat", whose red hair doesn't mean
temper, but determination, intends
to be a telephone operator. Her
seeming quietness turns to skill on
the basketball court or any other
sports field. When anyone wants
the best "sub" for any sport, "Pot"
is the first one they ask far.
SHIRLEY ANN MCKENNA
Shirley McKenna's favorite pastime
is reading. However, she has many
hobbies such as cooking, and sew-
ing. She belongs to the F. H. A.
and the 4-H. Shirley would like to
take the dietetics course at Can-
ton, New York.
Betty certainly hasn't been responsi-
ble for much of the noise in 238.
She is a quiet, little girl but a good
worker in the Commercial Club.
Her hobbies and special interests
are taking pictures and collecting
plants. Her favorite pastime is
reading. She plans to become a
secretary sometime in the future.
Ann is a varsity cheerleader, a
member of the S. S. S. and presi-
dent of the Listeners Club. She
was chairman of the senior tea and
is active in all sports in which she
has won several awards.
Robert is one of the less noisy
seniors. Perhaps he saves his
energy for singing in Glee Club,
Christmas Choir and the Spring
Concert. He likes to read, and
watch television as well as the more
active sports - baseball and foot-
ball. Robert may ioin the Army
Air Force next year.
"Nick" dr "Nickie" has been active
in football, track, baseball, basket-
ball and other sports during his high
school years. This year he was
President of the Varsity Club. Nick
has been awarded a letter and chev-
ron in football, a letter and chevron
in track, and a letter in baseball
and a letter in volleyball.
Active is one word that will fit
"Mary" to perfection. She was in
the senior play, is treasurer of the
senior class, co-editor of the Chev-
ron this year and assistant editor of
it last year, and editor of the
RaIph's fine voice has been an
asset to our school. The Glee Club
will miss him next year after his
four year stay. RaIph's relaxing
pastimes are reading books and
taking pictures. Ralph doesn't
know whether to go on to school or
get cz job. V
Ken is a football letterman, and
president of the Aeroneers. He
certainly is well-qualified for this
job since he holds a private flying
license. Ken will enlist in the Air
Force after graduation.
"Pete" is president of the Student
Council, a member of the N. H. S.,
secretary of the F. F. A. and an
Empire Farmer. He spends his spare
time horseback riding and announc-
ing his bachelorhood intentions.
He'Il enter Cornell next fall.
"Pudge" is a member of the Glee
Club, Student Council, S. S. S., Com-
mercial Club and typing staff of the
Chevron. She is recording secretary
of the Student Council and Secre-
tary of the S. S. S. She likes to
read and cook. Sounds as if she
doesn't have much spare time!
"Hank's" hobbies are photography
and scouting. He has been active
in Clarion-Echo, Student Council
and Promotion Staff of the Chev-
ron. His hearty laugh is his best
"Hold it just a minute, please" are
CharIes', our camera bug's famous
words. Photography is his main in-
terest. But Charles finds time to
be Co-Editor of the Chevron, a
member of the Clarion-Echo staff, a
strong bass in the Glee Club, and a
member of the Dance Band. Charles
plans to go to Hamilton College
Leonard Radzinski has been a very
active member of our class.
"Chubby" has served on a number
of the Chevron staffs and on the
Student Council. He likes to listen
to songs by Maggie Whiting.
"Jo", as she is known to her class-
mates, proves the fact "good things
come in little packages." Jo is in-
terested mostly in skating of all
kinds, and music. She has been
very active in Glee Club. Her plans
fog the future are just to find a
"Clem's" first love is driving and
saving money for gas for his
"atomic super-six". Clem has been
in the F. F. A. for four years. He
wants to work on the farm in future
years. His favorite pastimes are
driving and playing cards ino
If you ever hear a loud 'Alla in
the hall you can be sure that it's
Dave. Sports, Student Council, and
a list of other activities take up his
school time. He still finds time to
drive his car and date.
Rita has been an active member of
the Chevron Staff and Glee Club
and is secretary of her senior home-
room as well as co-chairman of the
Junior Red Cross Council. She is a
member of the N. H. S. and plans
to go to nursing school next year.
"Maril" would like to be a nurse.
Most of her activities are in prep-
aration for her future. But in spite
of that, she has ample time to read,
participate in sports, and sleep, as
she says she loves to do. She
better do it now, because she won't
have much time to sleep next year.
Kenny is an outdoor lover. His in-
terests in farming, hunting, fishing
and trapping prove that. Kenny
has been active in the F. F. A. far
he was vice-president last year.
Kenny loves to dance, date and
eat candy. Next year he wants to
work on the farm.
Martha Scupien is fond of reading
and good music. She is a member
of the S. S. S. and the F. H. A.
Next year, "Marty" plans to get a
job while waiting for a certain
young Coast Guardsman.
MARY ANN SCUPIEN
Mary Ann's activities have been
concerned mostly with sports. She
has been an active member of
basketball and volleyball teams as
well as a member of the typing
staff of the Chevron. She likes to
read and listen to the radio.
"Brad", who is advertising manager
of the Chevron, vice-president of
the Audio-Visual Club, track man-
ager, president of the French Club,
and a member of the National
Honor Society, plans to go to Alle-
ghany College to prepare to carry
on at Albion Motor Co.
Elly's good spirits and her fun-
loving nature are only a few of her
assets. She likes girls' sports and
has been active in softball and
volley ball. Elly loves to knit sox
and baby sit. For the future she
wants to secure a iob and be suc-
Although Bev, one of the more
glamorous girls in 238 only attends
school in the morning she makes up
for the whole day. Besides being
in numerous clubs, knitting and
reading she manages to hold a iob
Glenn Know-wait-a-minutel Sprague
is planning to attend Hamilton
College. Glenn likes reading,
swimming, and baseball. Manag-
ing the football team, pole voulting,
ping pong, Senior Play and Signor
Prize took most of Glenn's time.
"Pasquale" is usually busy think-
ing up an answer for every ques-
tion, but he takes time out to be
on active member of the Glee Club,
the Senior Publicity Staff, and on
sports teams. He wants to become
a draftsman next year and in fu-
ture years to come.
WILLIAM E. SHULER
William Shuler hopes to attend Cor-
nell next year. ln the meantime,
he is busy collecting stamps and
pictures of movie stars. Bill is a
member of the Glee Club and Vice-
President of the Scribblers Club.
MARY ANN SLEDZINSKI
Mary Ann has been awarded num-
erals for her wide participation in
most of the girls' sports, such as,
basketball, volleyball, bowling, base-
ball and hockey. She is secretary
of the Commercial Club. Her hob-
bies include cooking, reading, and
driving a car.
Lois' vitality, ready smile, and will-
ingness to tool around will be long
remembered. She is treasurer of
Student Council and Senior Service
Squad, and she won Signor Prize in
her junior year. She has been ac-
tive in band tor two years and has
earned her band letter.
David Stevenson is a member of the
Glee Club ond the Hi-Y. He also
finds time to enjoy his hobby, stamp
collecting. "Stevie" plans to work
for a year and then attend a trade
MARY ANN STUCKO
Mary Ann Stucko has been a busy
girl these past four years. Besides
Glee Club and the S. S. S., she en-
joys reading, dancing and roller-
skating. Mary Ann plans to attend
a school of nursing in September.
"Arnie" or "SulIy" as most of his
friends call him was on the Chev-
ron staff, on the bowling and tennis
squads and is President of the
Audio-Visual Club. Arnie's hobbies
and special interests are model air-
plane construction, hunting, bowl-
ing and tennis. His favorite pas-
time is loafing. Arnie plans to go
to college and then go into business.
"Curly" has been very active in
Band, Aereoneers, Audio-Visual
Club and Swingmasters. His curly
hair and constant argument about
the best make of car makes it easy
to identify him.
We'll remember Cecil for his sax
playing, his frequent absences from
school, and for his slicked-back
hair. Band, and F. F. A. have been
his main interests throughout high
school. This year he helped form
the new dance band - The Swing-
"Freckles" is secretary of the Na-
tional Honor Society and has been
a Red Cross representative for two
years. She won the five-dollar
award for the best History essay
and went to Girls' State last year.
Dave is that ideal mixture of sports
enthusiast and scholar. He's not
only president of the National
Honor Society, but also a member
of the basketball squad, and the
tennis team, and is photography
editor of the Chevron. Next year
he'll attend the University of Roch-
ester to study Chemistry. Spell
"Stan" has been active in football,
track and is a member of the Var-
sity Club. He has been awarded
a letter and chevron in football and
o letter and chevron in track.
"Stan's" favorite pastime is spend-
ing money and traveling. Ted is
entering the Maybin Import-Export
Institute at New Orleans, La., this
"Bones" who, when not playing
baseball, basketball, or football, en-
joys swimming and girls, is a con-
firmed Ioafer. He has a large
stamp collection and likes camping.
Next gear he plans to return as a
Russell Williams, "Rusty", who in-
tends to join the Coast Guard or
get a iob after leaving school, likes
hunting. Rusty's hobby is collect-
ing guns. He says that his favorite
pastime is girls. Well, what Senior
Prof. has been a member of the
F. F. A. during his high school
years, likes hunting and swimming
and certain species of labor. He
may enter a trade school after
graduation or ioin the Navy.
Chuck is our "muscle man" - our
wrestler. He likes to box and
wrestle, but his main interests are
woodworking and drawing. He
spends some of his time drawing
pictures and "just thinking". Next
year Chuck is unsure of what he
wants to do. He just can't decide.
Ezghty two Hopeful Graduates
Bob is an employee of Harrison's in
Lockport from midnight to six in
the morning and a student at A.
H. S, from nine o'cIock on. Bob is
an ambitious boy. In the future,
he wants to Take a nice, long, trip
and rest after this busy year.
Top Row: F. Keding, R. Snyder, K
O'Brien, R, Dawley, J. Scievo
Second Row: G. Plummer, J. Smith,
D. Bacon, D. Brust, J. Keeler
Third Row: B. Bower, J. Larwood
S. Cole, A. Gorgen, F. Romani
owski, A. Waodam
Bottom Row: I. Smith, M. Ricci, P
Miller, S. Sands
Top Row: R. Clark, R. Grimble, J
Merrill, P. Maine, W. Norman,
Second Row: B. Enzie, R. Bokman,
R. D'Amico, V. Graczyk, F
Sledzinski, L. Miller, B. Klein
Bottom Row: B. Eddy, B. Sanford
M. Rizzo, N. Lee, M. Boyle, P
C4644 of '51
The Iuniors began this, their busiest year, by electing officers. Ioan Larvvood
was chosen as president, Kenneth Hollinger as vice-president, Beverly Enzie as
secretary and Leroy Burroughs as treasurer.
The junior class this year conducted the largest magazine campaign in the
history of the school. The class sold 531,424.50 of magazine subscriptions and cele-
brated this triumph with a party. Square dances, games, and refreshments consti-
tuted the evenings entertainment.
The most popular activities in which the Junior boys and girls participated were
both girls' and boys' sports, Glee Club and Band. The girls have taken part in every
sport possible in the school. Clee Club also had many members of the Junior
class and Band offered quite a number of juniors the opportunity to display their
frlents. The junior boys were quite prominent this year in football, basketball, and
baseball. Three Junior girls were on the Varsity cheerleading squad this year. They
were Bita Bokman, Barbara Bower, and Nan Lee.
As the yearbook goes to press, the junior girls are looking forward to their initia-
tion into the Senior Service Squad. They are also eyeing with delight the daisy
chain which they will have to make.
Top Row: A. Brockenbury, D.
Henry, F. Needect, R. Arm-
strong, L. Rytlewski, H. Boldwin
Second Row: D. Storkweother, H.
Curtis, C. Rickey, B. Raymond,
D. Salisbury, F. Morrow, J. Mc-
Bottom Row: B. O'Kone, S. Rush,
H. Dickinson, H. Piedmont,
M. L. Bossinciit, J. Ludwick
ski, G. lngrom, K. Hollinger,
L. Burroughs, R, Leigh
Second Row: P. Robinson, D. De-
N. Louren, G. Brown, M.
Bottom Row: G. Goy, F. Showver,
J, Poul, P. VcinStone, R. Bob-
cock, I. Bloom
Top Row: L. Noymon, R. Borkow-
Corlo, J. Jockson, N. Lofferty,
Top Row: R. Hill, R, Rook, R. Can-
ham, A. Coville, R. O'l-learn
J, Paganelli, C, Parker, E
Richmond, G. Stymus
Second Row: N. Wilson, J. Forder,
Third Row: M. DiPasqua, L. Sidari
C. Miller, J. SanFilippo, D
Goris, G, Snow
Bottom Row: M. Manley, J. Hol-
linger, N. Piedmont
Top Row: R. Canuteson, L, Miller
R. Rytlewski, F. Spong, S
Canale, E. Graczyk, K. Collins
Second Row: J, Judwick, R. De-
Carlo, J. Hargrove, J. Clark, P
Hathaway, C. Weaver, C. Sar-
Third Row: S. Hutchison, M, Mc-
Kenna, M, Jackson, L. Socia-
relli, C. Sherwin, S. Johnson
Bottom Row: F. Knight, C
Spriegle, J. irvine, D. Daniels
Elma of '52
Almost two years gone! Only two to gol But vve'll be sorry when our time
comes to graduate. This year with .lean Forder, Presidentg Marcia Sledzinski, Vice-
President, and loan Sanfilippo as secretary-treasurer, we have had a successful but
not too eventful year. We can boast of Delores Goris, our varsity cheerleader, and
janet Lauren, .loan Martina, Norma Piedmont and Barbara Radzinski, our junior
Varsity cheerleaders. We also have an interest in girls' sports. A team of sophomore
girls won the basketball sports day event though they had no basketball in gym.
When in need of life-saving, just call a sophomore boyg he can save you. At
least it works on the mat. Dont tell the Juniors but actually we copied their idea
and had dancing lessons on Friday noon. Thanks to our teachers, Miss Ganiard,
Miss DiLaura, and Mr. Schroeder, we can dance, at least theoretically. We had a
party in the spring which although poorly attended was a great success. Miss
Caniard with her coveralls and Mr. Schroeder with a girdle helped make the fun.
How many sophomores are brave enough to take a World History regents when
vou don't have to? About 30. Who? VVell that would be telling.
i Even though next year means rhetoricals we still are looking forward to it.
Top Row: J. Pilato, H. Hicks, .
Janus, D. Noreck, S. Neri, .
Radzinski, S. Telga
Second Row: D. Perry, A, Grim, .
Weaver, M. Park, L. Rose, .
Munn, B. Bloom
Third Row: A. Ugorek, R. Weaver,
J. Wagner, R. Monacelli, S.
Daniels, B. Dawley
Bottom Row: E. Jackson, Z. Brege,
B. Radzinski, J. Martina
Top Row: P. Manno, R. Denniston
lyn, J, Long, F. Newlands, D
drews, D. Bates, A. Marquis, S
Mathes, A. DiLodovico
Third Row: B. Miller, J. Lauren
H. Sledzik, B. Foster, D. Chat
field, E. Staines
Bottom Row: V. Freeman, M. Sled
zlnski, J. Noreck, E. Stevezyn
N. Mattice, V. Culmo, E. Jose
Second Rowz: J. Reschke, B. An-
Top Row: R. Hannon, H. Lowman
D. WGQQ, C. Beach, I. Fishl
baugh, R. Collins, F. Stymus,
Second Row: A. Staines, B. Shuler,
D. Grimble, D. Coffey, G. Fran-
cis, D. O'Brien, S. Hargrove
Bottom Row: P. A rault E. Ricci
Y I V
R. Burgio, M. Weale, G. Key-
mel, H. Brown
Top Row: D. Pawlaczyk, C. Walter
R. Miller, P. Hicks, N. Baldwin,
D. Sadowski, E. Miller, D. Ferris
Second Row: S. Wilkins, N. Fergen,
J. Eibl, M. Dawley, R. Ferris,
H. Woolston, A. Phillips
Bottom Row: B. D'Amico, M. Jul-
iana, M. Rytlewski, L. Daniels,
F. Standish, J. Draper
GZQ44 of '53
The freshman of 1950 started their first year at Albion High S-chool with spirited
campaigns for class officers. The elections resulted in Delores Vagg as president,
Pauline Hicks as vice-president, and Norman Penasack as secretary-treasurer.
Many freshman boys and girls then joined extra-curricular activities: glee club,
band, and sports. As freshman rooters excitedly cheered them on, Robert Hannan
and Donald Pawlaczyk made their basketball debuts, scoring for the junior Varsity
team. Three of our talented girls, Sandra Hargrave, Ann Phillips and Helen Brown,
were chosen as majorettes - while four others, Claire Clement, Dixie Dragon, Maralee
Juliana, and Nancy Spierdowis, gave their all to cheerleading.
"Buy some Swan -- Buy some Swan - Buy some Swan today!" - Everyone re-
members that soap wrapper campaign at Christmas time. It certainly was fun -
especially singing lVliss Beeman's song to the tune of "Jingle Bells" over the public
Along with these activities and enjoying Mr. Parkers humor, the freshmen held
a successful party in April.
Top Row: E. Marshall, R. DeCarlo,
L. Radzinski, D, Dragon, M.
Dickinson, D. VGQQ, L. Di-
Pasqua, M. Smith, L. Buck
Second Row: H. Mathews, J. Klopp,
H. Tower, J. Keding, V. Mar-
tina, A. Wolcott
Bottom Row: M. Edwards, M. Lud-
wick, F. Pecorella, R. Hughson,
B. Coy, L. Wilkins
Second Row: E. Becker, D. O'Hearn
H. Brust, J. Giarizzo, D. Vagg
G. Wetherbee, N. Spierdowis
celli, J. Wagner, S. Gillette
R. Miller, S. Nudd
Top Row: N. Penasack, G. LaMont,
E. Blake, M. Trumble, V. Kel-
ley, J. Preston, H. Klopp, C.
Bottom Row: B. Jeffery, J. Mona-
. Mori, D. Brace, R. Keymel, E. Bloom, D. Cliff, D. Baldwin, L. Boyce, S. Evans, G. VanStone
L. Morrow, J, Woodham, A. Zicari, W. Eggleston
Hudson, S. Sands, C. Bell, D. Martense, J. Burroughs, M. Hill, R. Atwell, A. Eddy, H
Richmond, A. Telovsky, L. Hill, J. Johnson, A, Quintern, J. Houghton, D. McKee
Hinman, M. Passarell, D, Clarke, D. Magner, D. Wolffe, D. Collins, L. Smith, K. Downey
D. Dawson, R. Miller, B, Forrester, H. Decker
Miller, P. Harvey, L.. Kuhn, M. Sullivan, J. Penasack, C. Tower, J. Cox, R. Brown, J. Coloney,
D. Grazywacz, A. Finney, J. Collins
Johnson, W. Neal, R. Trolley, C. Cox, D. Stockton, M, Freeman E. Newlands M, L. Lewan
dowski, B. Janus, W. Covis,A Klingenberger, E. Tucker, C. Garrod, L. Winkley -
Hawkins, C. London, R. Williams, P. Knight, R. Smith, J. Piedmont, R. Belcher J. Reschke
ic. Wilkins, F. Liciiisi, P, col-win, D. Joslyn, R, Richmond, E. Shelley, L. Spalla ' '
McKenna, H. Ireland, M. Draper, M. Smith, A. Fitch, N. Chrzan, J. Bates M. Hicks, M
Jackson, D. Rook, M. Staines, W. Batt V A
Culmo, E. Wells, J. Abbott, S. Brooks, J. Barry, G, Manno, P. Townsend, J. Ruhlman, J.
Wilkins, B. Axtell
Lenf, H. Hawkins, A. Foote, D. Irvine, H. Lawrence, M. Raymond, B. Durranf, M. Newbolt
M. Durranf, C. Jacobs, J. Sacco, C. Weaver, R. Rogers, D. Parker
Anderson, J. Stockton, C, Sargent, R. Hobbs, C. Owens, D. Showver, R. Hurling, B. Pahufo
C. Brace, A. Kuhn, R. Coville, W. Snyder, D. Poland, A. Ford, R, Brackenbury
Barrows, J. Blackman, L. Miller, M. Standish, B. Sandle, B, Kennedy, M. L. Manfredi, A
Giarrizzo, B. Restivo, J. Nudd, J. Robinson
R. Nachelski, R. Forresfer, B. Kidney, R. Hoot, D. Reamer, F. Baker, J. Cliff, M. Daniels
A, Kerchiner, L, Kelley, M. Johnson, D. Steele, G. Hildreth, R, Sadowski
K. Whiting, W. Smith, C. Plummer, R, Rush, D, Burns, R. Sfirk, J. Miller, M. Davis, G. Ferris
E. Maine, K. Bieber, N. Sfarkweather, D. Hill, J. Dennlsfon, D. Webster, D. Vipman
Treble, J. Minckley, G. Allport, M, Merrill, M. J. Walburn, M. Narburgh, G, Markle, S, Reed
M. A. Dock, G, Kaminski, S. Snyder
C, Dufcher, F. Parker, G. Wells, R. Parker, S. Beach, B, Rosenblum, B. Narburgh, L, Brooks
C. Merrill, T. Kennedy
M. Ranieri, S. Monagan, R, Grimm, J. Henderson, H. Stone, M. Dawley, T, Grzywacz, D
Goffovi, T. Craddock, M. LaMonT, C. Wahl
l. Crawshow, B. Dunn, C. Lash, M. A. Osborn, S. Holliday, L. Kennedy, D. Buckland, O. Jacobs
C. McGaffick, D. Letfis, D. Young, H. Kelley, P. Bigger, B. Bigger, H. Babcock, L. Johnson
R. Standish, L. Freernctn
R. Williams, R. Smifh, D, Lusk, D. Dowley, L. Hudson, R. Markle, G. Smith, M. Pecorella
I. Miller, J, Brown
I, Long, R. M. Gibbs, J. DeCarlo, M. Brundish, R. Tower, G. Eibl, D. Gofls, M. Gibbs, P, Leigh
Albion High S chool' s
Top Row: B. Smith, D. Conhom, H. Smitn
Bottom Row: T. SonFiIi o, B. D'Andreo, R. Hazel,
G. Monacelli, R. Miller
Class of '49
Last year's graduates have been well distributed, some furthering their educa-
tion in higher schools and colleges, other having found work.
Six girls, Rosalie Canham, Joyce Herman, Betty Kirby, Joan Sullivan, Betty
Rowe and Helen Hudson are attending R. B. I., Joyce DeZetter and Robert Denniston
are at Fredonia State Teachers College, Marion Hyland and Mary Sullivan are
attending the New York State Agricultural and Technical Institute at Canton, Ruth
McMahon, John Lettis and Terry Cole are at R. I. T., and Ralph Brown, Richard
Dickinson and Philip Enzie are attending Cornell.
Others attending college are Alice Bloom at Buffalo State Teachers College,
Delores Chatfield at Stephens College, Stephanie Dragon at Keuka, Elizabeth Hend-
erson at Brockport State Teachers College, Jane Parker at Wooster College, Marilyn
Shular at Bryant Stratton in Buffalo, Eva Tebaldi at Mercy Hospital in Buffalo,
Genevieve Zwifka at Saint Jerome's Hospital in Batavia and Elizabeth Spalla at Platts-
burg State Teachers College. John Holman is attending Canterbury College, Indiana,
Robert Paganelli is at Hamilton, Joseph Tomasino is at Morrisville, Marcus Phillips
at Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute, Gus Revelas at the School of Commerce in
Rochester, William Sadlowski at Michigan State and Ralph Dollinger at Niagara
Those working in the Community of Albion are June Earnst who is working
at Kedings Bakery, Margaret Jones is delivering milk for Baconis Homestead Dair ,
Rose Marie Miller is a clerk at Coulds Flower Store, Lena Pettine works at Reliablle
Cleaners, Janice Ferris is a telephone operator, Ronald Ayrault is at Dailey's Motor
Co., and Robert Bacon is working at Snyders Laboratory. Joe Ciarico has joined
Ann Jeffery, Muriel Daum, Cheryl Barnes, Patricia Daniels and Shirley Allen
have all changed their names to Mrs.
Our Post Graduates class has been increasing until now we have eleven boys
and one girl. Dave Cariham is President of the P. C.'s, Bill Smith, Vice-President,
Howard Smith, Secretary, and Royce Hazel, Treasurer. The rest of the class is con-
sisted of Guido Monacelli, Bill Maine, Ronald Miller, Roy Salmon, Thomas San-
filippo, Thomas Roberts, Burt D'Andrea and Carolyn McFarland, who came all the
way home from Florida to be the only girl in Mr. Monacelli's homeroom. Canham,
D'Andrea, and Sanfilippo soon expect to be working at Harrison-Radiator in Lockport.
Noon time is activity time at Albion
lligh. hir. Breuilly sits in the auditorium
- the last seat in the last row - his favorite
spot. He is watching the Glee Club
stamping and clapping to "Country Style"
in preparation for the Spring Concert.
VVatching, he remembers the many student
productions he has seen take shape on this
very stage: the Senior Play featuring the
merry misadventures of "Tish" Carberryg
the solemn initiation ceremony of the Na-
tional Honor Societyg the "new, improved"
band finding time for practice and more
practiceg and the four scared Seniors who
represented Albion on the ,lunior Town
Nleeting of the Air. Nor were activities
confined to the auditorium. Chevron
editors attended a week-end conference in
Syracuse, the F. F. A. famong other
thingsl graced the Cornell Farm and
Home VVeek with their presence and the
Student Council sent representatives to the
Inter-High Conference in Rochester.
"Yes, it's been a busy year and it's not over
yetf' muses Mr. Breuilly thinking of daisy
chains, class night, and graduation.
First Picture Cleft to rightj
Back Row: H. Smith, H. Piedmont, H. Brown
A. Grimm, D. Canhom
First Row: R. Hazel, R. Penasack, B. Radzin-
ski, W. Smith
Back Row: J. Howard, R. Honnon, S. Rush
D. VcinNormon, D. Posk
First Row: D. Boyce, M. Juliona, J. Jockson,
Back Row: K. Axtell, H. Hicks, K. McKenna,
R. Rook, D. Brust
First Rowt C. Sherwin, J. Clork, P. Robinson,
J. McKenna, R. Nickerson, C. Nesbitt, W.
Corwin, L. Snyder
L. Miller, S. Reed, M. Hicks, E. Standish, S.
Snyder, C. Bell, M. Passorrelli
Back Row: J. Woodham, H. Klopp, C. Kling-
Second Row: N. Fergcn, P. Knight, A. F.
First Row: l. Fishbough, J. Monnacelli
S. C. Launches C. P.
During '49 and '50 the Student Council usually met in 312 or the auditorium.
Calvin Nesbitt as president, called the meeting to order, and Ruth Nickerson, sec-
retary, called roll and read the minutes. Then Lois Snyder gave the Council's
financial standing. Not to be left out are Jack McKenna, vice-president, Wanda
Corwin, corresponding secretary, and Mr. Anderson as advisor.
Once again in September, the Student Council managed the hot dog stand
during the football season, but didn't sponsor the Football Prom. Instead, the dance
this year was taken over by the seniors.
At Christmas time, jean Jackson headed a group who repaired toys for worthy
families. Around December the council was deep in thought on plans for the club
program. The plans for the club program were discussed by the council and teachers
at a supper meeting, and after much work and planning, the clubs held their first
meeting in February.
Buses were chartered by Student Council for transportation to games. Early in
the spring, Benjamin Franklin again held the Social Science Forum, to which Wanda
Corwin, Richard Hollenbeck, Jean Jackson, and John Merrill were sent as delegates
In April, the annual Student Council conference was held in York Central
School. The four delegates, Ruth Nickerson, Ioan Larwood, David Brust, and Judy
Clark, who attended this conference, exhibited our present club program and also
submitted the plans for the "Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Programn as a future project.
Red Cross Has
Red Letter Year
The Junior Red Cross Council chose
two capable leaders at the beginning of the
year. Rita Penasacli and Kenneth Collins
were elected co-chairmen.
The Junior Red Cross Council consists
of one member chosen from each home-
room. Every student is a member of the
Junior Red Cross, but all are not active
members. Miss DiLaura is advisor.
The Junior Red Cross has had a busy
year. ln International activities, a chest,
made by the shop boys, was filled with
school supplies, reference books, and
recreational equipment furnished by the
student body. VVhen the chest was filled,
it was sent to VVashington, D. C., and from
there forwarded to a foreign school.
Also under our International Art Pro-
gram, drawings, showing American life,
were made by pupils of Miss Sundell.
These pictures were sent abroad to foster
goodwill among the children of the world.
The Junior Red Cross has again this
year given services to the Batavia Veterans
Hospital. The Council has made holiday
nut cups and given three parties for the
veterans. Our chapter of the Junior Red
Cross helped at the llarvest and Spring
parties but put on the Christmas party by
themselves. The Council provided the en-
tertainment, door prize tickets, decorations,
and assisted with the refreshments.
In community service, the Red Cross has
done clerical work for the County Cirl
Scout Committee and the Cancer Drive.
Mr. Cayle Starnes, Chief of Education
of American Red Cross Blood Program,
came to Albion High School in February
to introduce blood studies to the school.
Since then the Council sponsored a poster
contest to promote understanding of the
Qed Cross Blood Program.
S. Nudd, M. Merrill, S. Beech, R. Penosock, D.
O'Brien, W. Bott
C. Miller, G. Browne, M. Jackson, F. Yosqulski, R.
Bokmon, S. Hargrove
R. Borkowski, K. Collins, J. Penosock, R. Atwell, D.
Irvine, C. Zicclri
Top Row: H. Buck, R. Hazel, J. Ferris, C. Nesbitt, R. Hollenbeck, C. Pedler
Bottom Row: F. Yoskulski, D. Sturges, R. Penosock
The Cream of the Crop
The National Honor Society, under the supervision of Mr. D'Amico, began the
year with a membership of seven -H six seniors, Harry Buck, John Ferris, Calvin Nes-
bitt, Charles Pedler, Rita Penasack, David Sturges, and Florence Yaskulski, and
one P. G., Royce Hazel.
At the first meeting David Sturges was elected Presidentg Richard Hollenbeck,
Vice-President, Florence Yaskulski, Secretaryg and Rita Penasack, Treasurer.
lt was decided to have a meeting on the first Monday of each month with a
special speaker. Speakers included Father Brown, Austin Bergerson, Mr. Parker,
and Mr. Monacelli.
One of the main projects of the N. H. S. during the year was to monitor at the
front door during noon-hours.
The N. H. S. during the year subscribed to three copies a month of "Student
Life". These were placed in the library, and in rooms 238 and 233 for the students
On May lst, four Seniors, Wanda Corwin, Karen McKenna, Bradley Shelp and
Glenn Sprague and three Juniors, David Brust, Richard Cooper and lean Jackson
were inducted into the Society at the annual induction ceremony. After the cere-
mony, a tea was held in the home-ec. room for the parents and N. H. S. members.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Letitia Ca rberry,
- - - - Donna Boyce
Lizzie ,... .,,-,,,---
Ellen Leighton -
Charlie Sands --
Sheriff Lenn Pike
Bettina Trent --
Denby Grimes --
Dorice Gaylord - -
----- -Lois Snyder
- - - -Rita Penasock
- - - -Beverly Smith
Senior Play Features Jet-Propelled Planes
and Three Old Maids
Hey, are you going to try out for l'Tish"? A'Tish"l What on earth is that? Why
itis the senior play of course.
That's how the news got around, and soon tryouts were over.
Soon the scrcalled lucky people of the cast were wondering just how lucky
they really were. Nearly ever evening for about two months was spent in hard
labor. Dress rehearsal went offy as expected - terrible. Everybody had the gigglesg
the sound effects were rather astounding, even if they weren't realistic. Poor Lem
and Tish were left in a very awkward position when Aggie and Lizzie failed to make
their entrances on time.
Everyone was delighted with Charita's large vocabulary - "Ugh!"
All the members of the cast were relieved when both Bettina and Wesley re-
membered to bring their suitcases. Wesley had been used to carrying an imaginary
Poor Callie suffered terribly from Luther Hopkins Cher fatherb attitude toward
her friend Ellen. Several hurried exits were completed by Callie from the lunch
room when she heard her father coming. After all, no one else would want to bear
the brunt of his wrath either.
The light-fingered movie director, Mr. Denby Grimes, soon met his Waterloo,
along with his accomplice, Miss Dorice Gaylord. who made her entrance along with
the sound of a jet plane. Our sound effects man was a little confused.
Ellen. are you convinced that you hate Charlie? After all, you only said it
about four times. Youll give the poor boy an inferiority complex.
The Senior Play certainly was a new experience for everyone.
Oats, Peas, Beans,
and Barley Grow
The Future Farmers of America, Albion
Chapter, known to the school as the "Ag"
boys, have had one very busy year.
First of all the officers are elected: Presi-
dent, llarry Buck, Vice-President, Herman
Hicksg Secretary, Calvin Nesbitt, Treas-
urer, Kenneth Axtellg Reporter, Kenneth
Rush, Watcli-dcig, john Long.
Then judgment, better known as initia-
tion, was passed on the freshmen. It was
all right though - who minds standing up
all the time?
Soon after Mr. New finally got around
to send the order in, our jackets came.
And with hir. News persuasion, money
was collected to buy a jacket for him.
The Christmas season brought more
work - and fun. All the money from the
Christmas trees that were sold really gave
the treasury a boost. The party to which
each member brought a girl was a lot of
fun for everyone. Probably no one will
ever forget Mr. News plea for senior girls
to come with some of the shy boys. After
everyone was tired of dancing and basket-
ball, "eats'i, consisting of well done hot
dogs, milk and pie were served.
The llorticultural show in Rochester
brought many honors to the boys. Richard
llollenbeck won second prize in the speak-
ing contest and will represent this district
in the state finals. The exhibits that were
shown were marked second high and a
team composed of Lawrence Rilicki, Cal-
vin Nesbitt and llarry Buck won a prize
for judging. An annual visit to Farm and
Home Week at Cornell was the next event.
The F. F. A. basketball team won some
and lost some. A Father and Son banquet
and a trip to Crystal Beach helped to round
out the years activities.
The present F. F. A. Chapter is an out-
standing one. It is noted not only for its
inclination to have good times and its
ability along agricultural lines, but also for
its scholastic achievement. Three 1119111-
bers have been awarded thc degree, Em-
pire Farlner - Calvin Nesbitt and Richard
llollenbeck last year, and Kenneth Axtell
this year. Three members, Harry Ruck,
Calvin Nesbitt and Richard flollenbeck
will enter Cornell next fall.
Top Row: M. Smith, G. LaMont, M. Dowley, D.
Vogg, H. Tower, E, Stymus, D. Ferris
lst Row: R. Ferris, D. Vogg, E. Allan, G. Wetherbee,
Top Row: J. Wogner, R. Hill, K. Kuhn, D. Jonus
H. Hicks, J. Long, R. Dowley, G. Sfymus
lst Row: G. Ingram, C. Sorgcnf, T. Roberts, D.
Left to right: H. Baldwin, G. Hughes, O. Johnson
K. Axtell, R. Young, H. Buck
lst Row: Mr. New, P. Davis, L. Bilicki, C. Word
BockKRcEw:hF. Scnroder, R. Hollenbeck, C. Nesbitt,
Left to right: F. Newlands, D. Mogner, D. Stockton, D. O'Heorn, R. Grimble, J. Keding, W. Neol, K.
Monccelli, J. Piedmont, J. Woodhom, L. Voggs, K. Eible, J. Reschke, E. Haines, H. Howkins,
Mr. Rickey, D. Dawson
"Straigl1ten Up and Fly Right"
The Aereoneers Club, established to encourage youth activity in aviation through
the construction and flying of model aircraft, last fall elected Ken Monacelli, Presi-
dent, Floyd Newlands, Vice-President, and Larie Vagg, Secretary-Treasurer.
Ken Monacelli, Larie Vagg, Floyd Newlands, Richard Grimble and Arthur
Coville inducted as new members Don Dawson, Gilbert Frances, Eugene Haines,
Herbert Hawkins, john Keding, Donald Waglmer, William Neal, john Piedmont,
Iohn Reschke, Donald Stockton, James Woodham, Donald O'Hern and John Eible.
Our sole sources of income this year consisted of funds derived from the Student
Council for the care of the hot-dog stands and from candy sales at the home basket-
During the first semester, we conducted hour long meetings every Monday noon.
Later, we started to hold our meetings during the regular club activity period, and
in addition, we met at least one hour every week. The members are constructing
many different types of model airplanes. We are planning to fly our gasoline-powered
model planes on the athletic field this spring.
Top Row: R. Penosock, J. Forder, A, Gri
B. Radzinski, M. Hicks
Second Row: M. Passarelli, C. Bell, F. Ya:
ski, S. Rush, M. Ricci, H. Brown
Bottom Row: S. Reed, E. Standish, J. Sc
J. Monacelli, M. Juliano, L. Miller
Top Row: B. Bower, J. Howard, C. Nes
W, Corwin, A. DiLodovico, R. Clork
Second Row: B. Shelp, J. Soevo, N. Piedm
G, Snow, A. Morquis
Third Row: D. Salisbury, R. Borkowski,
Brust, F. Keding
Top Row: N. Wilson, L. Radzinski, F. Ked
R. Janus, D. Sturges, B. Radzinski
Second Row: S. Mothes, J. Hargrove, J. I-
ard, D. Goris, C. Button
Bottom Row: J, Wahl, J. Jackson, J. Laur
Standing' R Hollenbeck C P
. , , . edler
Seated: S. Cole, S. McKenna
R. Curtis, M. S '
cupsen, H. Campbell, M. Fon
Top Row: B. Enzie, J. Larwood, P. Robin
Second Row: C. Rickev, C. Francis, J. Clc
P. Hathawoy, H. Shitton
Third Row: P. Vanstone, N. Lee, M. Bo'
Bottom Row: L. Snyder, D. Dragon
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Chevron Finds Lack of Money is Root of All Evil
ln spite of a sorely depleted treasury, this year's Chevron Staff worked long and
hard to put out a "bigger and betterf Chevron.
ldeas were gathered at the annual conference of the Empire State Scholastic
Press Association held in Syracuse early in October. The members of the editorial
staff who attended were Sara Cole, Karen McKenna, Richard Cooper, Charles Pedler,
and Davis Sturges. Besides gaining many points for a better yearbook, they managed
to get thoroughly soaked at the Syracuse-Temple football game, and endanger life
and limb leaning precariously out the fifth floor window of the Hotel Syracuse.
The Promotion Staff under Jule Hazard who had the all-important task of raising
money began the year's activities with a super-duper hayride. The affair was even
more of a success than the staff had bargained for, necessitating two trips in the
tractor-drawn wagons. Movies were shown throughout the year and the next big
roduction was the lVlatch-Me-flop, featuring dressed-alike twosornes. Prizes were
p . ,
awarded for the most original costumes.
The Advertising Staff headed by Bradley Shelp took over a great part of the
burden of financing the yearbook. Scurrying around town collecting money for
ads, they played an important part in the successful production of the Chevron.
The Circulation Staff under the leadership of Florence Yaskulski went through
a trying but successful year collecting Chevron subscriptions. One could identify
a member of this staff by the familiar phrase 'fflSl.75, after May l - 32.00. Remember
students? lVloney coming in from these various sources was faithfully counted and
deposited by the business manager, Richard flollenbeck. He also drew checks to
pay bills, and there were many of those.
The Literary Staff under the direction of Nan Lee gathered material for write-
ups. Although some difficulty was encountered in meeting the deadline. write-ups
were finally re-arranged, proof-read, and ready for Ruth Curtis' typing staff, and
finally the resses. Rita Penasack lanned the senior section.
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S ff h s that the T50 Chevron
With its improved cover and altered interior the ta ope
will be the best yet.
C larion-E cho
Assembles S taff
Because of numerous other activities in
school, the Clarion-Echo did not accom-
plish much, this year. Karen McKenna
was named editor-in-chief, Jean jackson, as
managing editorg Fred Kecling, circulation
managerg Beverly Enzie and Tom Brown,
promotion managersg and Dave Pask as
sports manager. Mr. Monacelli was our
capable advisor. Because of the little sup-
port received by the students on the
Clarion-Echo staff, the paper was not dis-
tributed as often as we would like to have
llowever, the paper managed to publish
the Honor Rolls regularly, carry a feature
story on a prominent senior and gather the
important facts on school events such as
the Senior Play, Christmas Choir, Match-
lVle-Hop, Easter Ball and stories on all
The gossip column, with its more per-
sonal note, was also eagerly awaited bv
Stonding:: D. Sturges, D. Posk, F. Keding
Seated: J. Jackson, K, McKenna, B, Enzie
Standing: D, Chotfield, T, Brown, D. Dragon
Seated: M, Boyle, C. Pedler, J, Clork
Left to Right: C. Button, N. Lee, L. Rodzinski
Axtell, J. Ludwick
Top Row: M. Stucko, H. Campbell, A. Heyden, F. Ycskulski, M. Scupien, C. Frcncis, J, Chesbro
Second Row: R, Penosock, K. McKenna, C. Button, S. Joswiok, E. Sidori, A. Monocelli, P. Ludwick,
Third Row: R. Nickerson, L. Snyder, D. Boyce, W. Corwin, D. Browne, P. Lusk, M. Scupien
Holiday Cheer is S. S. S. Project
The Senior Service Squad started off with hopes of making this year a very
worthwhile one. Its officers are headed by Mary Ann Stucko as president, Wanda
Corwin, vice-president, Ruth Nickerson, secretary, and Lois Snyder, treasurer. At
Christmas, the girls made up a number of Christmas baskets filled with canned
goods which they distributed to needy families. Right now they are busy planning
the initiation of the Junior girls. They are also planning to have a bake sale in
the near future.
Christmas Choir and
Spring Concert Occupy
The Clee Club under the direction 0
Mrs. Trumble has been very active thi
year. The Christmas Choir in its annua
concert sang several songs. Among then
were Jesu, Joy of lVlan's Desiring, The
Christ Child, The Holy Child, In Thr
Little Town of Bethlehem, Break Fortl
Oh Beauteous Heavenly Light. Insteac
of an Operetta, a Spring Concert was held
Among the selections were Country Style
O Sing Your Song, Some Enchantec
Evening, Little Boy Blue, Two Crenadiers
The boys' octet consisting of Charles Ped
ler, lwarlc Bradley, Boy Dutton, Davin
Van Norman, john Ferris, Balph Miller
LaVe1'ne Miller, john Paganelli, sang Dry
Bones, The Army Air Corps Song, ant
Sleigh Bide. The Cirls' Clec Club sang
Fairy Flutes, The Land of Nod, and One
hflorning ln the Meadow,
Sherman Marches To Victory
"How do you do. Are you Mr. Sherman, our new music teacher?" "When
will Band begin?" "Are we going to have a German Band?" These and many more
questions were what Mr. Sherman heard when he arrived here.
Weivc certainly had our noses to the grindstone this year. We had rehearsals
three times a week and one sectional rehearsal plus one music lesson a week. In
the long run it paid off. Starting at the beginning of the school year we had a full
schedule with the Football games, the All-State Band, the Dance Band, the German
Band, the "Free-Supperersn who certainly made fools of themselves, our Pop Concert
and the Band Dance. May 5 and 7 were big days, as we were putting on a joint
Spring Concert with the Glee Club and participating in the Spring Festival at
Amherst. Playing for Commencement rounded out the year.
Our "Pop Concert" was really something. Who will ever forget Mr. Sherman
with his beautiful wig, glasses and baton? The "William Tell Overturei' made a
big hit. Our German Band held forth at the Medina basketball game. In spite of
the fact that they specialized in corn, they played quite well. The Dance-Band was
another thing which went off with great success. We certainly increased our def
A Dance Band was formed with all the leading players of the band included.
Their first performances prophesy increasing success. Besides all our fun, we have
been working toward the "Uniform Fund" and we hope to proudly display new
uniforms next fall.
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Outside the Classroom
Upper Left: The Visual Aids Club has given val-
uable service to the school this year. They are
shown here receiving instructions on proper projec-
Upper Right: Judging from their expressions,
Karen and Jule were surprised by the camera as they
painted signs for the Football Prom.
Middle Left: WHEC traveled to Albion to tran-
scribe our Town Meeting on the subject "Shall We
Recognize Communist Russia?" The participants were
Wanda Corwin, Karen McKenna, Charles Pedler, and
Middle Right: Voted by his team mates the "most
valuable player of the year", Guido Monacelli was
rewarded by the Seniors with a tie clasp at the
annual Football Prom.
Lower Left and Right: Pausing for a moment on
the rink at one of the popular skating parties are
these four seniors and their advisor, Despite a
strenuous evening their spirits were still high for the
bus ride home.
Top: A popular new feature at Albion High
School this year were the Swingmasters who played
for various school events.
Middle: The Christmas Choir presented its tra-
ditionally excellent program of Christmas music on
the day before Christmas vacation.
Bottom: The high-stepping maiorettes lived up to
the standards set for them by the band.
And now school is over for the day.
There is the usual rush down the stairs,
out the door to the Walk and to waiting
cars and buses. But today several students
pass Mr. Breuilly on their way to the
bleachers. A baseball game with Navman
and Smith sharing pitching honors, is the
attraction. just the right kind of weather
for baseball, decides Mr. Breuilly. Still,
he doesnlt forget that the team has been
backed by their schoolmates in all sorts of
weather. In the fall during football season
even rain and victorious opponents failed
to dampen their enthusiasm. Basketball
was even more exciting. The game with
Holley that was touch and go till the last
seconds when Albion won, those Swish
shots of Burtls, the out of town games with
champions such as John Marshall - theg
were the high lights of the season. Now
it's spring again - time for highfjumping,
shot-putting and relay raccs. Win or lose,
concludes Mr. Breuilly, athletics are im'
portant in high school.
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Albion Tres U ndefea
rn Otherwzse Poor Year
The Albion High School griders started out the football season in a game with
Clarence Central under the supervision of Coach Spierdowis and Coach Parker,
the new assistant coach at A. H. S.
The captain of the team this year was Cuido Monacelli, who was also voted
"most valuable player" of the year. The year's first touchdown was scored by Patsy
Sedita in the game with Amherst.
There were several injuries, but, in spite of these, we tied previously un-
Many of the players were post-graduates and will be leaving us this year. These
are Dave Canham, Cuido Monacelli, Bill Smith, Tom Sanflippo, Howard Smith,
and Lloyd Eddy.
Coach Spierdowis and Coach Parker had many headaches after games, both
from screaming orders at the players and from cheering when we made a touchdown.
Let us not forget the other boys who worked hard on the gridiron and who re-
ceived their letters. They are Carl Babcock, Tom Brown, Dave Canham, Clark
Kuhn, Guido Monacelli, Kenny Monacelli, Lenny Nayman, Sam Neri, Bob Nick-
erson, John Pilato, Jae Saeva, Bill Tindale, Roger Wagner, and Patsy Sedita. Some
of these boys also received their chevrons.
Although this football season was not too successful, we all appreciate the boys
hard work and wish them better luck next year.
Albion Wins Nine, Loses Six in Exciting Cage Season
Albion High Schools basketball squad finished the 1949-1950 season with an
overall record of 9 games won and 6 games lost.
Albion fared better in non-league competition, winning eight games while losing
only three, than they did in league play, in which they dropped three of four games
to their opponents. However, two of the league contests were very close and might
have gone either way.
In league competition Albion won one out of two games from Medina but twic
lost to LeRoy, the league champions.
In non-league competition Albion twice defeated Holley, Middleport, and Ken-
dall, won one game out of two from Brockport, defeated Bergen once and lost twice
to John Marshall High of Rochester. However, the losses to the city school were
well justified as that same team won the city high school championship.
The varsity included ten boys, who were all awarded letters this Spring. These
include Thomas Brown, David Canham, Richard Cooper, Albert D'Andrea, Robert
Leigh, Leonard Nayman, Patsy Seclita, Willizlm Smith, David Sturges, Rodger
Wagner, and David Stevenson, manager.
The Albion basketball squad worked very hard during the year and played very
well in all of their games. They certainly deserve a lot of credit.
Rookie Team Fielded by Coach Biordi
Although last year's baseball team had an unimpressive record of four wins and
eight losses, several pla ers showed improvement. Ralph Dollinger pitched two one-
hitters, one against LeR,oy, which we Won four to one. He also struck out fourteen
batters in the seven inning contest in the same game. The other one-hitter was
against Medina, in which Dollinger struck out sixteen batters in seven innings as
Albion won five to one. During the season, Albion scored 56 runs to their opponents'
'lim Wolfe and Ralph Dollinger were four-year lettermen, while Joe Ciarico,
Lloyd Eddy, Tom Brown and Leonard Nayman received letters for the second time.
First-year lettermen were Guido Monacelli, Leroy Burroughs, john Merrill, Paul
Vanstone, Robert Nickerson and John Paul. Managers were Arnold Licht and
Lloyd Eddy was probably the bravest player, for it was his job to catch for some
of our wild, young pitchers like Iohn Paul and Leonard Nayman. Wolfe, Brown
and Dollinger were the power hitters of the team, Merrill supplied the spirit at
short-stop, and Joe Ciarico made several fine stops at second. Leonard Nayman not
only pitched and played first base well, but also hit among the best. Iohn Paul
showed great improvement in pitching, and is one of our good prospects. The very
few balls that somehow eluded the fine infield combination were quickly retrieved by
Leroy Burroughs, Paul VanStone, Bob Nickerson, and Guido Monacelli who covered
the outfield like a blanket.
The 1950 season started with a win from Holley. The next game with Brock-
port ended ll-6. As we go to press the team travels to LeRoy.
New Track Team and Veteran Field Performers
Promise Successful Meets
The Albion High School track team had a very succes f l
team won five meets, tied one and
meet at Amh
su season last e . The
, took a fourth l '
erst. Albion lo
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p ace in the Western Cilonference
st the county meet to Batavia by a slim one point.
ighs track squad had several outstanding members during its 1949 season.
lim Wolfe was undefeated in all competition last year except for the sectionals in
which he placed third. jim threw the shot a distance of 49 ft. 65 in. Dave Pask
was undefeated last year in the high jump in dual, triangular and quadrangular meets.
Dave cleared the bar at 5 ft. 75 in. but was unable to tie or break the school record
of 5 ft. 85 in.
The 440 relay team set a new track record by covering the distance in 46.4. This
team consisted of Ayrault, Phillips, Canham, and Paganelli. There were l6 boys
on the squad who earned letters last spring. Feeling the loss of many key lettermen
from last yearis squad, the 1950 track team has gotten off to a slow start. There
are only eight returning lettennen this year. So far the squad has lost four meets
to Trott Vocational of Niagara Falls, Alexander, Brockport, and Batavia. However,
they are still in the running and hope to win three dual meets and the county meet.
Top Row: E. Sidari, D. Maartense, H, Ireland,
Bottom Row: M. Ludwick, M. Draper, A. Monacelli
Top Row: N. Piedmont, J. Lauren
Bottom Row: B. Radzinski, D. Goris, D. Dragon,
J. SanFiIippo, J. Hargrave
Top Row: J, Preston, M. A. Sledzinski, B. Foster
Bottom Row: M. Weale, P. Lusk
CHEVRON wishes to thank Mr. Monacelli
for taking Varsity Sports pictures.
Girls Display Athletic Prowess at Play Days
The girls this year have certainly shown enthusiasm in the many sports activities
supervised by Mrs. Biordi. The school year was started off with field hockey. Forty-
eight girls turned out for this sport which was played during gym periods and
The next sport participated in was archery. Last year, only Seniors were allowed
to have archery, but this year, the sport was not so limited.
Volleyball was next on our sports calendar and for this activity, eighty-two girls
turned out. Intramurals held the spotlight on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the
winter weeks. Two leagues were set up which were most originally named the
Cereal and Shampoo leagues.
One of the most loved sports is basketball. Sixty-four girls went out for intra-
murals in this sport. The teams were divided into two lea ues, the Huff league
and the Soap league. The 7th grade also participated in baslgetball intramurals and
made up four teams.
A cheerleading clinic was held in Holley to discuss and remedy some of the
problems which arise in cheerleading. This clinic proved to be most helpful in
bringing about better feelings among the cheerleaders of all the schools involved.
A new idea was brought about by the P. T. A. to have a Parents' Night at
school. Both girls' and boys' gym classes helped to provide the parents with an
interesting gym demonstration.
Bowling took its place in our sports field. This activity was composed of four
Softball was started in the spring and many girls were seen at practice.
There were a number of playdays this year in which Albion participated. The
first playday was the swimming meet held in Batavia on December 10th. One or two
of Albionls mermaids came home with a gold fish as first prize. The next playday
was the basketball playday held in Medina on February llth. Our newly formed
team came home with the honors. A volleyball playday followed on March 18th in
Albion. Nine schools participated and the victor was Batavia.
As our yearbook goes to press, the girls' spring sports schedule promises to include
tennis. The addition of this sport will be a bang-up climax to the girls, sports year
Left to Right: D. Goris, A. Monocelli, B. Bower, J. Hczcrd, D. Dragon, N. Lee
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J. V. BASKETBALL
Top Row: J. McKenna, F. Neidert, R. DeCarlo, E.
Merry, D. Henry, C. Gordon, M. Bradley, N.
Second Row: A. Brackenbury, D. Brace, H. Klopp,
First Row: R. Hannon, R. Monocelli, S. Neri, J.
Pogonelli, Coach Sanford
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
J. Martino, B. Radzinski, N. Piedmont, J. Lauren, N.
Spierdowis, C. Clement, M. Juliana
Top Row: G. Snow, B. Radzinski, M. Dickinson, J.
Martina, P. Lusk, B. Jeffery
Seated: C. Clement, C. Shervin, M. L. Basinait, Z.
Brege, A. Marquis, Mrs. Biordi
Top Row: G. Monacelll, D. Pask, N. Ireland, D.
Second Row: J. Saeva, L. Noyman, W. Norman,
First Row: R. Nickerson, R. Abbott, T. Brown, K.
Rush, R. Hazel
Top Row: N. Penasack, P. VanStone, K. O'Brien, H.
Klopp, Coach Spierdowis, R. Collins, C. Kuhn,
L. DiPosquo, R. Conhom
Second Row: R. Babcock, Mgr., J. Klopp, M. Noreck,
C. Cox, J. Francis, G. Plummer
First Row: J. Saeva, A. Coville, C. Zicari, J. Pilato
Top Row: J. Martina, Z. Brege, M. L. Trumble, F.
Pecorella, M. Juliana
Bottom Row: A. Wolcott, J. Lauren, N. Lauren, A.
Woodham, B. Radzinski, H. Brown, A. Phillips,
In spite of a late start, the Club Program is finally a reality. Operating on a
Wednesday Schedule two Fridays a month enables both service and social clubs to
have a much needed meeting time. The twenty clubs started indicate a wide variety
of interests and promise to make next year a full one. The secretaries of the follow-
ing clubs have submitted reports of their activities:
Hi-Y The Alpha Chapter of Albion Hi-Y club was formed during the
month of February for the following purpose: "To create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and community high standards of character". The Hi-Y Club
has for its specific objectives: 1. Clean speech, 2. Clean athletics, 3. Clean scholar-
shipg 4. Clean sportsmanship.
The Club has taken several trips to Batavia for swimming. At a swim party
in February, the officers and members were inducted b the members of the Batavia
Hi-Y Club. Our activity period has included basketball once a week, and a speaker
of general interest to the members in the regular club period. The officers of the
club are: President, Richard Cooperg Vice-President, James Kellerp Secretary-
Treasurerg Jerry Smithg Sergeant-at-Arms, Leonard Naymang Advisor, Roy W.
Junior F. H. A. The junior Future I-Iomemakers of America consists of
Freshman and Sophomore girls interested in homemaking.
The officers which were elected at the formation of the club are President, Ioyce
Irvine, Vice-President, Beverly Dawleyg Secretary, Florence Birchg Treasurer, Vera
Freeman, and Advisor, Miss MacArthur.
The goal of the organization is learning to live better today in order that our
lives and those of our families may be better in the future.
Activities thus far this year have been a tureen supper and demonstration of
The Junior F. H. A. does not intend to become a national chapter until next year.
Senior F. H. A. The senior chapter of F. H. A. has twenty-five members.
Plans were made for a field trip, a Cood Grooming Demonstration and the adoption
of a Foreign I-lomemaking class. We also planned a tureen dinner one evening
Library Club The Library Club's officers for this year are President, Nor-
man Penasackg Vice-President, Shirley Nudd, and Secretary, Zola Brege. These are
also committee chairmen: Program committee, Robert Collins, Social committee, Betty
Ricci, Magazine committee, Crace Mannog Publicity committee, Loraine Wilkins.
The members of the Library Club have the privilege of reading all new books
first, and assisting Miss Collins in the library. All Library Club members will be
scheduled to work in the library in their free periods during the day.
Tri Dell' Tri Delt Cthree d'sD stands for dramatics, discussion, and debate.
The Tri Delt Club has a very large membership. The total stands at thirty-eight
members. Several projects have to be undertaken at one time in order to keep all
of our members busy.
At our first meeting under the sponsorship of Miss Corbett and Mr. Anderson,
we elected as our officers Rita Bokman, President, Janet Lauren, Vice-Presidentg and
Ioan Larwood, Secretary and Treasurer. Our first inspiration was to have a play,
but because time was short we started working on a radio play "Junior Miss" in which
we act, direct and make our own sound effects. Our intentions are to give this radio
play over the school public address system. The forming of debate teams to present
debates with teams of other nearby schools is also one of our aims. We like our
successful bull sessions bringing out points of dating, home life and other topics
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Member f F deral Deposit Insurance Corporation
D A L E ' S
Albion's Only Independent
Locally Owned and Operated
CONTINENTAL FOODS, INC
ALBION, NEW YORK
A Member of the Lipton Tea Family
COLBURN LUMBER COMPANY
Albion, New York
ALBION BUS LINES
ALLEN J. MooRE, owner
Grade A Pasteurizecl Milk and Cream
26 Main Street -- Phone 523
DAILEY MOTOR CO., INC.
Dodge - Plymouth
W. Academy and Washington Sts. Phone 52
A L B I O N
Birds Eye - Snider Division
GENERAL FOODS CORPORATION
South Main Street Albion, New Y
Modern Rooms - Reasonable Rates
COFFEY BROTHERS, INC.
Buick Cars ........ International Trucks
That Good Gulf Gasoline
Kerosene, Range and Furnace Oil
Accessories - Tires
INSURANCE SERVICE AGENCY
Mildred W. Haines Paul R. Haines
390 Albion 665-J-Z Barre Center 974-J-2 Barre Center
Growers Cold Storage, Co., Inc.
WATERPORT, N. Y.
Birds Eye Frosted Foods
FRANCIS H. BLAKE FRANCIS I-I. BLAKE, JR.
-BENJAMIN G. WILSON WARD B. WILSON
ESTABLISHED U X
I 9 0 7
FURNITURE STORE A L B I O N N Y FUNERAL HOME
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52 N. MAIN ST.. DNONE H5 l55 S.MAlN SI PHONE 77
THOMAS C. MENAU.. MGR. SHIRLEY NIUELL-.LIC.MGl.
1 Compliments of
HQME BAKERY RIALTO THEATRE
The Home of ALBION, N. Y.
B B k d .
etter a e Goods Movzes Are Better
Crder Too Large or Too Small
47 Main St., Albion, N. Y.
We OPCYUU? THE GREAT A. 8: P.
Our Own Plant TEA CO'
ALBION, N. Y.
JOHNNY SAEVA, Owner
Phone 204 Albion, N. Y.
Gas - Lubrication - Oil
P I N E I-I I L L
Tires - Accessories - Tubes
F A R M S
East Ave and Platt St., Albion, N. Y.
MOORE BUS LINES
Robert H. Moore, Owner
Buses for All Occasions
ALBION, N. Y.
The Albion Furniture Co.
Complete Home Furnishings
North Main St. PHONE 34
"Good Health to You . .
If it's a Prescription bring it to
H. P. HAWKS
The Rexall Drug Store
J. H. SAYERS, INC.
CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS
Large Assortment of
FINE SPORTS WEAR
Albion, N. Y.
Smart Women's Wear
Accessories - Millinery
105 Main St., Albion, N. Y.
Compliments of Woods 85 Sprague
WILKINSON M'u"'g Co'
C WHOLESALE FEED
Pastry - Bread - Cake - Pancake
Electrical Store F L Q U R
BILL'S AUTO AND
Automobile Tires and Aceessorie Of
Fishing Tackle, Guns and
Wheel Gund, ST. MARY'S ATHLETIC
136 N. Main St. Albion, N. Y.
KINGS!-EY,S MONACELLI BROS.
Cleaners and Dyers
17 W. Bank St. Albion, N. Y.
PHONE 579 I ALBION
WHEN IN TROUBLE
FRIENDS' PACKING C ALL HUBBELL
Wholesale Distributors of
419 West State Street Phone 327
CRAF F EY
110 East Avenue Albion, New Yor
Sherwood Car Service
ADAM P. DANIELS
N. Main Albion, N. Y. Phone 383
n'Richfield Productsn Meats and Grocerzes
V ACCESSORIES 337 E Car I' St Alb'
'muzs - BA'rrER1Es ' 0 me ' 'O
Merrill Funeral Homes CARY B FISH
Ambulance Service Insurance
Roy T. Merrill Erva M. Steele
ALBION HOLLEY Phone 195-Albion
KARL WOLF E
103 North Main Phone 104
JOHN A. JACKSON, D. D. s. vi-x.NN.
223 South Main St. 'I
Albion, New York
Our Shoes Are Always Compliments
They're in a Class of Their Own of
J A S O N
107 Main Street Albion, New York G'
Blissett's Cl1ilf:lren's Shop
I nfants' and C hildren' s
A p p a r e l
J. J. NEWBERRY CO.
Charles V. Paganelli
RESTAURANT Real Estate ancl Insurance
Complete Foot-Comfort Service
Corrective Shoes Scientiiically Fitted for
Men, Women, and Children by
ROBERTS SHOE STORE
15 W. Bank St. Albion, N. Y. Phone 480
SALES and SERVICE
Harradine Implement Co.
FIVE CORNERS PHONE 27
T H O M P S O N ' S
zz E. Bank street Albion, N. Y.
Bottled Gas and Appliances
Bottled Gas Customers
125 N. Main St. Albion, N. Y.
29 West Bank Street
Joseph Watt's Store
Plumbing, Tinning, Heating
Odd Fellows Temple
Albion, New York
Dock, Jordan 8: Dock
F loor Covering
S Carpet, Linoleum and Tile Laying
CLOTHING STORE and Repairing
' Al . N Y WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
N' Mm st' "M" ' ' 131 N. Main sf. Albion, N. Y.
of MARSH HARDWARE
B. B. TRUMBLE
Albion, New York
West Bank Street
Albion, New York
Stanley J. Landauer, Sr. '23
Stanley J. Landauer, Jr. '46
T A X I
24 HOUR SERVICE
D'Agostino Bros. Phone 61
ALBION OIL CO.
The Best of Luck
ALBION, N. Y.
Allen S. Lowman, Prop.
Daniel K, Weale, Mgr
"I t' s later than you think . ."
Why not pause and refresh yourself at
WOLCOTT'S DAIRY BAR
East Avenue Albion, N. Y.
Sodas, Sunclaes, Milk Shakes, etc.
Red Hots, Pork Hots, etc.
Frozen Foods Misc. Groceries
7:00 A. M. - 12:00 P. M.
SANFORD B. CHURCH
Compliments Congratulations, Class of '50
of B L O O M ' S
and PHONE 119
Michael Christopher All Arrangements and Designs
117 Main street Completely Made in Our Shop
P 0 N TIA C H. DART PORTER
Sales and Service
H. 3 Marine Midland Trust Co. Bld
Albion, New York
INC' SMITH BROS.
Albion ' Medina G. M. C. - Sales - Service
Lockport - Middleport
PHONE 5318 General Repairs
Compliments of Compliments
ALBION AUTO PARTS of
L. E. Starkweather
PHONE 401 JACK DONAHUE
ALBION LUMBER CO. WESTERN AUTO
Building Service Sporting Goods
LEE MAINE, Owner
ED. KAVANAUG1-1, Mgr.
E. J. ROSS HARDWARE
Farm and Electrical
Acme Quality Paints
, , R. H. DOLLINGER, D.D.S
128-130 Main St. Albion, N. Y.
Class of 1950 of
C U R R Y ' S
Behind the doors of
THE GIFT BOX
you will find: -'-
Records, Monogramming, Stationery,
Custom Made Slips Covers and Drapes T. C- Sanfilippo, P,-op,
and I-ibbi' Glassware 128 Washington St. Phone 250
F ISCI'1ER'S NEWSROOM
105 N. Main St., Albion, N. Y.
F IRESTONE STORE
127 North Main St. Albion, N.
Monuments and Markers
WM. E. KARNS, JR.
PHONE 138 ALBION
Leonard A. Depczynski
Compliments ENGLE . HARRISON
of MOTOR co.
GREG-G'S 225 E. B... st. ph... 267
RED and WHITE STORE Chrysler and Plymouth
PHONE 800-J SALES and SERVICE
ARCHBALD AND CO.
Waterport, N. Y.
BASTIAN BROS., CCD.
Rochester, N. Y.
Designers and Producers of Exclusive High School
Jewelry - Engraved Commencement
Announcements - Name Cards
MR. GEORGE D. KILLIP, District Manager
P. 0. Box 170 Rochester l, N. Y.
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