Albion High School - Chevron Yearbook (Albion, NY)
- Class of 1954
Page 1 of 104
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
James Parsons, Leonard Depczynski, Pasquale DiLaura
Dorothy Blake, Joseph Sadler, Stanley Woods
Gordon McMurray, Lows Hollenbeck, Donald Nesbiff
CHARLES C. D'IX1XTlCO
CARL I. BERGERSON
Szrperintendent of Schools
FAC U LTY
FIRST FLOOR FACULTY
Left to Right: Jean Knowles, Janet Hatch, Julia McGuire, Michael Spierdowis, Moses Sherman, Oscar
Rickey, Elma Sanford, John Joy, Stewart New
SECON D FLOOR FACU LTY
Top Row: Roland Sanford, Helena Hogan, Theodore Anderson, Mary Trurnble, May Schnitzer, Mildred
Hazel, Nellie Willey, Margaret Landfear
lst Row: Bernard Lynch, Edmund Buordi, Lorraine Sprague, Evelyn Collins, Norma D4Laura
THIRD FLOOR FACULTY
Lett to Right: Roy Schroeder, Arlene Boice, Katherine Billings, Marjorie Mahoney, Norman Hill, Anne Holt,
Hazel D'Amico, William Host, Edith Anderson, Mildred Claire, Anna Ball, William
Monacelli, Irene Harrigan
NORMA R, DI LAURA
Director of Guidance
Director of Census, Attendance
Art Supervisor af High School
Supervisor at Instrumental Music
ot High School
MARY A. TRUMBLE
Supervisor of Vocal Music
ot High School
Physical Education, H. S. Boys
Physical Education, H. S. Girls
DR. J. A. ELSON
THELMA B. RICHARDSON
Dental Hygiene Teacher
MARGARET D. LANDFEAR
Dean of Girls and English
ANNA L. BALL
MAY W. SCHNITZER
English and Public Speaking
EVELYN A. COLLINS
Social Studies and French
HAZEL G. D'AMICO
SADIE M. BRITTON
WILLIAM A. MONACELLI
EMILY E. BEEMAN
General Science and Biology
ROY W. SCHROEDER
Homemaking and Health
OSCAR L. RICKEY
Auto Driver Education
Junior High School English
Junior High School Mathematics
Junior High School Social Studies
Alfred looked over the offices.
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Early in the fall of last year, Mrs. Sanford's sixth grade began their activities by
studying the solar system. The boys and girls made scale models of the planets out
of paper mache, which were displayed in the classroom.
At Christmas time they did a very effective version of "The Littlest Angel".
Those who saw it were overcome by its warmth and feeling.
Other activities were a Christmas party, a radio play, Valentines party, and
a square dance.
Mrs. Willey's pupils began their activities for the year by participating in an
assembly on the United Nations.
After completing their course on the Middle Ages, they drew a poster of life
in the Middle Ages.
At Christmas time, scenes were drawn on the boards and a Christmas party
The Crusades were drawn up on a poster by Mr. loy's class.
Mr. Biordi's class began the seventh grade activities by studying early Indian
life and drawing a poster depicting the life and ways of the Indians. Their next
group project was on immigrants in New York State and New York City. They
finished the school year with a study of the physical geography of New York and
drawing contour maps of New York State.
Mr. Sanford's class got right into the swing of things by drawing posters de-
picting the various stages of the War of 1812, and World Wars I and II. They
gave speeches in the auditorium to entertain the sixth grade pupils.
Mrs. Sprague's class and Miss I-Iazel's had fewer activities during the school yearg
however, both classes drew Christmas scenes of their own ideas on the boards.
Each of the seventh grade classes held a Christmas party which the students
themselves planned and carried out.
Early in November, Miss Billin s' social studies classes started the eighth grade
activities rolling by electing nine delegates to attend an exhibit on the Erie Canal
at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester. They were taken on a surprise tour of
the exhibit on the Erie Canal.
Miss Hogan's math classes worked out some very beautiful geometric designs
in color which they displayed in room 211.
In the early part of December, some of Miss Clare's English classes completed
small notebooks on Dickens' novel A CHRISTMAS CAROL. These booklets, with
their beautiful hard covers, which included character sketches and time changes
of the novel, were exhibited in class.
Finally, on February nineteenth, to top off an already full year, the eighth grade
got together and attended a skating party at the roller rink in Medina.
Erie Canal, Charles Dickens, geometry and roller skates - it's a busy life for
the 8th grade.
lst Row: G Parson C Preston J Mules G Coloney D Solvorore S Ferris B Sfeler
D. Erway, W. Hawkins, K. Cutting, R. Hill, C. Reynold, L. Haylett, G. Narburgh, A. Townsend,
D. Baker, B. Huber, L. Marth, L. Rhodes, D. Holbrook
B. Klotzbach, B. Tokotch, G. Walburn, B. Lose, M. Treble, S. Potting, W. Hughes, J. Dutcher,
C. Severns, .C. LeFrois, C. Brooks, R Miller, S. Schuck, R. Greenlee
N. Bagnato, M. lngraham, C. Forione, R. Cleveland, J. McMurray, B. Brodie, G. Gottavi, J.
Gavenda, N. Chrzan, K. Bell, S. Bartlett, S. Pittman, D. Saeva
D, Ergott, R. Freeman, E. Narburgh, P. Wilkins, P. Wilder, D. Rush, R. Eibl, G. Thompson,
D. Hill, J. Weatherbee, M. Clark, J. Denniston
J. Allen, D. Nesbitt, T. Anderson, E. Lonnen, M. Batt, L. Allen, J. Beardsley, R. Lyons
A. Gursslin, A. Preston, E. Miller, D. Burns.de, S. Clark, B. Hakes, S. DeHond, E. Marshall
T. Dunn, N. Dunn, R. Eddy
L. True, V. Morrison, C. Perfitt, E. Davis, F. Lyons, R. Juliana, A. Snell, E. Johnson,
L. Harvey, F. Budynski, S. McCartney, P. Miller
D. Williams, D. Stone, D. Loscell, D. Buckland, C. Dawson, F. Jeffery, S. Wilson, D. Derwick
E. Draper, J. Martin, R. Klingenberger, K. Dykstra, B. Daniels, J. Fisk, K. Eibl
E. Dunn, C. Cook, M. Draper, E. Christopher, R. Brooks, A. Baker, B. Eddy,
J. George, R. Wildbahn, G. Snell
E. Fisher, N. Weeks, J. Graham, R. Johnson, D. Minckley, K. Hubbell, R. Durront, W. Schmack
pepper, C. Kerridge
Top Row J. Leigh, E. Kidney, L. Cliff, A. DeCarlo, G. Erway, R. Miller, F. Hildreth, R. Tower, C. Keitel
4th Row: A. Stockton, O. Gildner, V. Buckner, M. Piazza, E. Hughes, C. Miller, B. Chapman, D. Stark
weather, R. Shuck, M. Howlett, J. Reed, D. Spierdowis
3rd Row: C. Britt, D. Stockton, A. Corbett, S. Dale, P. Allen, R. Kelley, E. Clement, E. Baker, E. Brown
I. Maine, D. Lusk
2nd Row: L. Moore, I. Loss, P. Gillette, J. MacGaftick, B. Canham, G. Collins, D. Eddy, M. Wolcott
F. Manfredi, S. Coville
lst Raw: M.
Narburgh, B. Allport, J. Plummer, D. Wells, A. Albright, M. Hochbruckner, J. Downey
F. Daniels, M. Walter, P. O'Hare, R. Hess, H. Stratton, L. Johnson, D. Keitel, E. Tower,
D. Burnside, M. Viano, L. l-lorvey, Y. Palmer, H. Grzywacz, J. Lent, C. McCullough, J. Roth,
M. Standish, L. Bell, M. Ashley
B. Grimm, T. Greene, R. Brodie, J. Hales, J. McGlen, S. Cook, S. Morrow, J. Dowley, E.
D'AngeIo, K. Horton, M. Batt
L. Christ, M. Davis, W. Poland, F. Ciesielski, C. Parker, E. Nelson, D. Parker, P. Stratton,
B. Daniels, R. Quintern
R. Reed, J. Reamer, M. Lomonna, M. Finney, F. Lippert, A. Allport, J. Koch, B. Willimott
Top Rowt R. Skinner, G. Piloto
lst Row: D. Boker, P. Standish
FRESH MAN CLASS
The first rung in the freshmen's ladder to success was electing Priscilla Standish
as President, Geraldine Pilato as Vice-President, Daisy Baker as Secretary. and
Robert Skinner as Treasurer.
Out of the many freshman girls who participated in cheering tryouts, Eleanor
Minckley and Dawn lVlinier were chosen for the junior Varsity Squad.
Une freshman, Charles Derwick, honored his class by playing Varsity football.
Many other freshmen took part on the Junior Varsity Squad.
Dick Pilon, Charles Derwick, Jerry Edwards, Donald Hannon, john Daniels,
john Ellis, and Tom Canale were among the boys who made up the junior Varsity
At Christmas, the freshman class, instead of having parties or exchanging gifts.
sent approximately seventeen dollars to Buffalo to the Good Will Industry, an
organization to give work to the handicapped. They hope to do this every year.
Some freshman students proved to be musically inclined by taking part in
band, Christmas Choir, and the operetta.
During the course of the year, both boys and girls were active in the intra-
The class owes a great deal to our advisors, Miss Ball, Miss Beeman, and Mrs.
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Top Row W Jackson D Hannon D Draper R Braley D LICUYSI M Sayles A Snyder J Albertson
4th Row rackenbury C Newton J F her D Cushman J EII B T Ca M Bru
3rd Row E Shawver M Telga M Bates M Zlcarl R Markle D Mnuer J Daw B Ferns J Wood
2nd Row aum V awrzynlak S Pecorella B Adduccr J en ml Baker
Ist Row J Babcock K Covllle D Lucas C Derwlck R Preston R Hales C GIOFFIZZO
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Top Row: R. Sadler, M. Gibbs
lst Row: H. Babcock, R. Bergman
These are the facts, just the facts, that's all, the facts.
Last fall, the Sophomore Class of A. C. S. elected as class officers Harold
Babcock, President, Race Bergman, Vice-President, Rosemary Sadler, Secretaryg
and Ida Crawshaw, Treasurer.
As far as athletics were concerned, the Sophomore Class rates first prize. A
few of our rugged sophomore boys made the Varsity football squad and also found
time to play on V. football squad, too. During basketball season, those who were
able to get to games at seven o'clock were sure to see the V. basketball team com-
posed mostly of sophomore boys dribbling down the court. The cheerleading tryouts
late in September proved to be lucky for Nancy Bielinski, Ilah Long, and Susan
Monagan who made the V. cheering squad.
In the musical field, the sophomores played a large part. A number of sopho-
mores were in the Clee Club and others in band. A few were chosen for the
Christmas Choir and operetta. Daniel "Lovable" Cottovi played a leading role
Next year we will be juniors, another step closer to the goal of every sophomore.
All of us consider this year a beneficial and successful one, but we realize it couldnlt
have been possible without the supervision of Mrs. Mahoney, Mrs. Holt, Mr.
Schroeder and Mr. Monacelli.
That's all, just the facts.
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Ist Row: F Howkms L Hudson D Dunn D Sullivan M Don els N Blelmsku A Boker R Towcr
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
J. Pohurc, M. Daniels, J. Robinson, R, Anderson
VVc have everything, lots of money, lots of jewelry, talent, and fun. The junior
class has weathered a very successful year. We started off by electing officers:
President - lX1ARY DANIELS
Vice-President e JOHN PAHURA
Secretary - - JOAN ROBINSON
Treasurer R1cHARD ANDERSON
Our first real project was the magazine campaign. With the help of our
advisors, Miss Britton, Mrs. Harrigan and Mrs. Schnitzer we were able to earn
enough money to go to Rochester to see "South Pacific." Later came a skating party
and in March the Ice Follies in Buffalo.
As for activities, we were tops. Barb Restivo, Janice Nudd, janice Minckley,
Mac Saeva, and Arlene Giarrizzo were chosen for the Varsity cheering squad. We
had some stars on the Varsity basketball and football squads. Besides these, we were
represented in track, wrestling, baseball, and girls' intramurals. Glee Club and band
also took a good deal of our time.
But now, we've finished our essays, picked out our rings, just studied hard and
already were developing a superiority complex with adequate reason - next year
we'll bc seniors.
Wm bs'-l I'
J. Sacco, G. Hildrcth, D, Shawver, D. Parker, C. Rath, D. Poland, R Sadowski, R Hoot
J. Nudd, S. Dailey, W. Smith, J. Pahura, C Plummer, G. Ferris, R. Bruski, D. Judwick, J. Cox,
D. Collins, P. Dailey
B. Durrant, A. Kirchner, R. Anderson, N. Starkweafher, R. Stirk, R. Rush, R. Hobbs, M
Narburgh, J. Cliff, M. Daniels, B. Restivo
J. Bautcr, G. Kaminski, M. Durrant, M. Merrill, J. Blackman, S. Miller, M. Manfredi, L. Miller,
M. Evans, C. Markle, B. Pahuta, M. Standish, R. Piazza, A. Neuremburg, P. Rice
R. Brackenbury, R. Lent, J, Daniels, F. Navman, J. Miller, P. O'Donnel, D. Steele
R. Bielinskl, G. Wahl, A. Foote, A. Ford, R. Harling, A. Kuhn, C. Bokman, D. Hill, F. Babcock,
R. Williams, D. Berns, W. Burgio, K. Whiting, J. Denniston, J. Robinson, J. O'Brien, E. Snervin,
E. Tower, E. Maine, C. Weaver
L. Stier, S. Sargent, J. Minckley, M. Dock, S. Snyder, A. Giarrizzo, M. Thaine, C. Brace,
G. Allport, R. Doty, J. McKenna, M. Keeler, J, Treble, C. Bacon, M. Saeva
qgnv ' " my ' 1 -r- -' my :.
Alfred surveyed the corridors
with the busy traffic of student life
but the end of his search was not here.
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Up, Up, and Away went Advisor, Mrs. Landfear, Co-Editors, M. Hicks and
L. Spalla, Assistant Editors, A. Ciarrizzo and D. Steele, and Literary Editor, E. Perry,
to Syracuse. What were they after? Brainey brainstorms and catchy copy, of
course. The most unforgetable outing also brings to mind warm cider, house
detectives, Don's skill in walking up and down hotel Walls, and a wrench and hammer.
"Money - lettuce - moola - whatever you call it, we've got to get some fast!"
Sydne Brownell, head of Promotion Staff, can be seen occasionally in deep medita-
tion about this problem. She is torn between her devotion to the year book and
the paper as to which one can use her brilliant ideas first - Variety Show, Cake
Walk, dances. Mary jackson, head of the Circulation Staff, also finds this money
business a problem. To increase sales, she promoted a sail boat race Con paper,
naturallyl. Scads of money from these two staffs are turned over to joan Bates,
Business Manager, whose mattress is now bulging at the seams.
"I'll bring it tomorrow. Will next week be time enough for mine?" Connie and
Karl, after extending deadlines indefinitely, got all their ads after collecting about
fifty of them themselves with Amie Mori, Senior Editor, helping them.
Even though Shirley Miller, head of the Typing Staff, had a difficult time
reading Liz's handwriting Cespecially when Liz couldn't read it herselfD, write-ups
were handed in, typed up, and handed over to Eddy's in the nick of time.
Now that the hectic days of pictures, ads, and write-ups have passed, the Editors
hope that the students of Albion Central will enjoy this year's Chevron.
The tale of the cat would be minus a cat except for the creative ability of
T. Green, R. Klingenberger, P. Kelley, M. Daniels, J. Bigger, S. Dale, J. McMurray, W. Parker
R. Johnson, K. Cutting, S. Beach, P. Leigh, M. Durrant, S. Stuart
lst Row: M. DeCarlo, R. Kubica, S. Miller, L. Hudson, J. Restivo
Top Row A. Telovsky, G. VanStone, J. Fintak, C. Bell, D. Rook, J. Johnson, J. Piazza
3rd Row: K. Klingenberger, J. Penasack, S. Monagan, E. D'Angelo, P. Leigh, E. Coloney, B. Janus, W. Batt,
D. Baldwin, M. Smith, S. Sands
2nd Row C. Lash, M. Bates, M. McKenna, D. Minier, M. Draper, M. Narburgh, R. Kubica, A. Allport
lst Row: J. Treble, J. Collins, E. Baker, M. DiPalma, C. Restivo, A. Finney
Top Row: S. Beach, D. Grzywacz, S. Moore, J. Bigger, A. De Bbouwt, J. Coloney, E. Bigger, M. Bigger,
B. Rosenblum, G. Pilato, M. Bates, A. Navarro
3rd Row: C. Bckman, S. Waldo, l. Crawshaw, M. Narburgh, M. Ludwick, C. Campbell, B. Restivo, B.
Pohuta, M. DiPalma, M. Saeva, R. Sadler, S. Monagan, F. Manno, D. Poland
2nd Row D. Hill, B. Durrant, A. Telovsky, N. Chrzan, S. Juliana, S. Snyder, M. Manfredi, R. Kubica,
J. DeCarlo, J. Nudd, J. Fintak p
lst Row: D. Judwick, M. Draper, T. Treble, C. Restivo, M. Sullivan, B. Brownell, S. Pecorella, J. Tiffany
Left to right: M. Hicks, A. Mori, D. Steele, Mrs. Landfear, A. Giarrizzo, L. Spalla
Top Row: l. Long, M. Keeler, E. Wells
2nd Row: T. Neal, F. Noyman, E. Coloney
lst Row: M. McKenna, J. Cunningham, A. Mori, E. Perry
Top Row: A. Telovsky, S. Miller, D. Grazywacz
lst Row: L. Wilkins, M. McKenna
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Standing: J, Penasack, R. Harlmg, G. Kettle Top Row' A. Finney, K Klingenberger, D, Steele, A, Mori
Secitedi C. Bell, M. Hicks A. Kuhn, L Spolla, S. Miller
lst Row: R. Kubica, M. Daniels, E. Perry, M, Durrant
Top Row: P, Leigh, E. Colcney, S, Beach, R. Pilon, J. Bigger
2nd Row: P, Kelley, B. Johnson, M. DeCarlo, J. Davis Tcp Row: D. Spierdowis, C. Muller, S. Dale, D. Derwick
lst Row: S, Monagan, I. Lang, S. Pecorella D. Hill
lst Row: T. Green, W, Poland, R. Eibl, R, Johnson, J
"Never underestimate the power of a woman." The students had this in mind
when they elected lklarcia Hicks President of the Student Council. Other officers
are Ronnie llarling, Vice-President, Ioan Bates, Recording Secretary, lVlary jackson,
Corresponding Secretary, and Ceraldine Kettle, Treasurer. Mr. Anderson and lXlr.
llill acted as advisors.
The students started the football season off wearing sporty pins sold by thc
Student Council. At Christmas Time, SC stood for Santa Claus and we sold
This year marked the beginning of the Orleans County Council ol' Student
Associations, in which our President served as Secretary. This council was not only
a success socially, but also our officers put their Iohn Hancock on its constitution.
As we go to press, definite plans are being made for the Monitor System which
will give the students a chance to use discipline among themselves and the Publicity
Committee and Traffic and Safety Council are planning a Safety Week.
As the second girl president of the Student Council, Marcia has proved that the
weaker sex is very capable of carrying out executive duties.
IUNIOR RED CROSS
"Fifty-seven dollars and forty-four eentslu proudly exclaim chairman, Margot
McKenna, secretary, Geraldine Kettle, and Miss Diluaura, their advisor. Albion
Central again contributed gladly to the annual Red Cross Drive as it got under way.
The next good deed was to play "Santa" to the Batavia Veterans. These junior
Red Cross members made Christmas decorations, wrapped gifts, provided for enter-
tainment, and helped with refreshments in a Christmas party for the veterans. Need-
less to say. they enjoyed themselves as much while doing this as the veterans enjoyed
Another project, also at Christmas, was to wrap twenty gifts for soldiers and
sailors spending Christmas at sea.
Now our junior Red Cross is again planning to help others. They are going to
send gifts of health and educational value to children overseas.
Left to right: P. Froser, K. Brusf, l. Crowshow, M. Hill lst Row: J. RoTh,J Reed
2nd Row: R. Greenlee, P. Wilkins, R. Hill
Left to right: N. Weeks, J. Resfivo, D. Fenton, W. Parker Left to right: M. Pecorello, G. Kettle, Miss DiLouro, M
Top Row: D. Greenlee, M. Bates, M. Wolcott, D. Cushman, J. Gaze, C, Derwick, R. Bergman, J. West,
E. Tower, D. Steele, S. Stuart, D. Hannan, J. Fisher, R. Braley, N. Brown, K. Whiting,
3rd Row: J. Copurso, M. Brust, D. Poland, R. Hoot, D. Saeva, L. Harvey, A. DeCarlo, D. Lucas, Mr.
Sherman, C. Keitel, W. Allen, J. Sacco, M. Hart, J. Robinson
2nd Row: J. Piazza, J. Koch, B. Grimm, D. Wolfe, G. Smith, M. Sayles, A. Kuhn, R, Harling, T. Craddock,
M. DeCarIo, M. Merrill, S. Hubbell, T. Graham
lst Row: E Shawver, M. Budynski, A. Baker, K. Rush, D. Boker, J. Craddock, F. Hatch
"On the Move" seems to have been the watchvvord of the Albion Central School
Band this year. At the opening of school in the fall, some fifty-six members re-
ported for the senior band. Some were chosen to play in the Pep Band and others
in the Dance Band. Under the raised baton of lVlr. Sherman and talents of its
officers, President Don joslyn, Vice-President Ronnie Harling, Secretary-Treasurer
loc Sacco, and Librarians, Daisv Baker and Sharon Hubbell, the band has won both
fame and renown.
The band is not characterized by any distinctive style but it likes to mix things
up, throwing in an occasional modern arrangement for a change of pace.
The sixteen-piece Pep Band played at the Cake Walk during the half-time of
the big Albion vs. Medina basketball game. The Dance Band, with the help of the
Chevron Staff, initiated a series of school day dances each Friday noon through
March and April. The Chevron and Band also sponsored a dance, The Pigskin Hop,
to raise funds to purchase uniforms for the fourteen new members.
ln addition there were Assembly programs, the Spring Concert, Mtisic Festivals,
and the Memorial Day and l:iremen's Parades.
Next year's band will have to step to surpass the music heard at Albion Central
Top Row: E. Lonnen, C. Benson, C. Parker, T, Brace, J. West, Mr. Sherman, S. Stuart
3rd Row: D. Vagg, M. Johnson, E, Fisher, C. Keitel, B. Hill, B. Kinnear, T. Anderson, D. Snell, L. Standish,
R. Harradine, J. Weatherbee, J. Gavenda
2nd Row: P. Kelley, K. Hubbell, J. Graham, F. Long, J. Fisk, N, Chrzan, L. Boyne, G. Buck, C. LeFrois,
F. Ciesielski, C. Brooks, E. Christopher, N. Bognato
lst Row: A. Greenlee, M. Bates, D. Keitel, C. Twardokas, B. Grimm, J. Koch, J. Capurso
R. Hoot, D. Poland, D. Joslyn, K. Whiting, Mr. Sherman,
K. Downey, D. Wolfe, J. Sacco, M. Sayles, D. Steele,
junior in age but not in size or abilityl
The 'lunior Band is made up ol' approxi-
mately 40 members, all of whom meet regularly
during the school week for rehearsals. The
members are sixth, seventh, and eighth graders
who are hard working music students.
These boys and girls participate in the an'
nual Spring Concert. adding much enjoyment
to the program.
These music lovers will soon be filling the
places lelt by the graduates and will in every
way be striving to be Senior Band members.
Listen to those haunting melodies, those pep
tunes, and smooth jazz floating out from A. C. S.
every hilonday night? Did you hear it at the Pig-
skin llop, and the Spring dances? Yes, it's the
Dance Band. Few can resist the tempting piano
melodies of Keith Downey, the solid rhythm
ol' .lack Claze's drums, the lilting sax music
ol' 'loc Sacco, Don Steele, Dave Wrilfe, and Mare
vin Sayles or the hrass music of Ken Wlmitiiig
and Don -loslyn ol' trombones and Mr. Sherman,
Dyck Poland, Bob lloot, and Tom Cracldock on
trumpets. Their smooth renditions of current
and recent pop tunes are applauded by all.
Shall we dance?
Top Row: J, Hales, E. Clement, N. Chrzan, J. l-lrnman, M. McKenna, R. Hoag, K. Coville, J. O'Brien,
F. Wells, S. Lester, L. Boyce, G. Hildreth, W. Dale, R. Hales, R. Sodowski, J. Morton
4th Row: N. Coyis, B. Durrant, D. Buckland, J. Albertson, M. Romanowski, J. Robinson, J. Clitf, M.
Budynski, S. Hubbell, D. Gregg, J. Bigger, A. Navarra
3rd Row: Mrs. Trumhle, J. Collins, D. DeCarlo, S. Cunningham, S. Monacelli, A. Burgess, M. Lamont,
lgftgihbs, I. Crawshaw, S. Monagan, E. Kenyon, S. Moore, S. Snyder, L. Kelly, A. Kirchner,
2nd Row: D. Minier, l. Long, B. Sedita, G. Pilato, B. Smith, M. Telga, F. Manno, J. Procter, J. DeCarlo,
C. Wahl, J. Blackman, N. Hudson
lst Row: H. Bouter, N. Bielinski, B. Leigh, V. Wawrzynick, W. Poland, R. Brodie, E. Pawlaczyk, L. Mcalc,
J. Davis, M. Keeler, A. Neuremburg, M. Daum
Too Row: D. Steele, E. Maine, J. Sacco, M. Sayles, B. Bigger, S. Beach, J. Gaze, V. Lupo, R. Hoot
3rd Row: J. Ellis, T, Craddock, P. Standish, S. Fletcher, C. Bell, E. Perry, M. Merrill, M. Smith, J
Cunningham, P. Bigger
2nd Row: J. Coloney, M. Saevo, A. Page, R. Sadler, T. Graham, E, Minckley, R. Anderson, E. Coloney
lst Row: A. Finney, T. Green, J. Minckley, M. Dock, A. Giarrizzo, O. Jacobs, S. Juliana
With a last mad scramble for seats as Mrs. Trumble played a warning chord on
the piano, another glee club rehearsal began.
This year's ACS glee club has a total of 115 members who have undertaken some
pretty big projects this year. First on the agenda came All-State, the annual music
festival held for the first time this year in Albion. Six members of the glee club
took part in the actual festival, with the other members helping as guides or finding
homes for those who attended and could not commute. The festival was a great
success and was well worth the work.
Next came the Christmas Choir. The annual program was presented both at the
Christmas PTA meeting, and before the student body on December 19th.
Finally on the list of big projects came the operetta. This year the title was
"Erminie", a gay combination of romance, mystery, and humor set in France in the
Clays of lords and ladies, counts and rogues. The cast consisted of Ann Finney as
Erminie, joe Sacco as her father, the Marquis, Karl Klingenberger and John Penasack
as the villains, Mae Saeva as the beautiful maiden Javotte and Don Steele as the
captain of the guards. The supporting players included Joyce Coloney, Dan Cotovi,
Bob Hoot, Connie Bell and Mary Jackson. Of course we'll never forget Richard
Anderson's portrayal of the mistreated Ernest and Losh as the Chevalier. The chorus
of maids and soldiers were all members of the Clee Club.
"Erminie', climaxed the year for the ACS glee club. It was surely one of the
most succsessful we have ever had.
A hush fell over the student filled auditorium. The stage curtains parted, and
there, on the candle-lit stage, robed in choir gowns was the chorus of 41 A. C. S.
This year's Christmas Choir presented its annual program on December 19th.
Mrs. Trumble, who directed the choir, did a tremendous job of managing the large
group. The numbers sung included "The Christ Child", "Wonc1rous Night",
"Theres a Song in the Air", and "A11e1uia". Soloists were Ann Finney, who sang
"Cantique de Noel", Joe Sacco, who sang "And There Were Shepherds", and Mae
Saeva, who did a very effective version of the "Olive Treev from the balcony.
The stage setting was unusually good this year as Miss Sundell's stained glass
window was used as a lighted back drop for the grand piano and the large Candelabra.
The Choir's long, hard work at rehearsals put forth a program well worth hearing.
Its message set the right mood for the coming Christmas vacation.
Top Row: B. Grimm, R. Kubico, B. Sedifo
lst Row: F. Hatch, C. McCulloch, E. Minckley, D. Gregg
Routines and uniforms keep the Albion Cen-
tral majorettes stepping high, wide, and hand-
some. Roberta, Mr. Sherman, and the corps are
also training sixth grade girls to be future
The corps has twirled at basketball games
and assemblies. The girls were very expert as
they did their routines for the band assembly
and the concert in the spring.
The twirling corps has added variety to the
band activities this year.
Top Row: M. Monfredi, C. Campbell, P. Standish, S. Cun-
ningham, G. Ugorek, M. Ludwick, F. Hatch, R. Kubico
2nd Row: C. Wahl, C. Brace, S. Hubbell, J. Proctor
lst Row: D. Boker, B. Johnson, P. Froser, M. DeCorlo
Last fall the Pivoteers were organized with
Roberta Kubica as leader and Mr. Sherman as
their advisor. Every morning they meet at the
crack of dawn to practice their activities. CDawn
cracks at 8:15 a. m.D
They pepped up the pep assembly, showed
up well at the Albion-Medina football game,
gave an exhibition at the All-State program, and
a duo with the twirlers at the Albion-Medina
Good luck to this new outfit!
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Top Row: R. Hoot, D. Poland, D. Steele, R. Atwell
5th Row: K. Petroriio, T. Burgio, A. Ford, A. Foote, G.
Wahl, D. Hill, C. Bokman, A. Brackenbury, A. Zicari,
4th Row: Mr. Schroeder, L. Atwell, C. Plummer, J. Pahuro,
R. Bruski, D. Shawver, J. Burroughs, G. Hildreth, G.
Weotherbee, F. Parker, R. Bergman, P. Ciarico, E. Banos
3rd Row: E. Tower, E. Shervin, K. Brust, M. Pecorella, T.
Neal, J. O'Brien, K. Bloom, R. Bielinski, D. Radzinski,
F. Licursi, L. Spolla, D. Collins, J. Fintak
2nd Row: L. Brooks, R. Griffin, J. Penasack, D. Brace, C.
Tower, D. Joslyn, A. Mori, K. Klingenberger, P. Dailey,
lst Row: J. Zummo, A. D'Amico, W. Dale, J. Gaze, H.
Babcock, J. Sacco, P. Knight, R. Rush, R. Williams,
Many a long winter evening was brightened
for the young men of Albion Central thanks to
Ili-Y fun nights. Yes, the boys braved snow,
wind and sleet to congregate in the gym for
sessions of sports and general all around good
Braving the weather along with the rest of
the gang were President Don Joslyn, Vice-
President Arnie Mori, Secretary-Treasurer Colon
Tower, and those very dependable Sergeants-ate
arms, Don Brace, Karl Klingenberger, and john
Penasack. Once the fun really began, Mr.
Schroeder was right in there pitching with the
The members are quick to agree that our
lli-Y club not only offers loads of fun and fel
lowship, but as a builder of character it just
canlt bc topped.
VARSITY CLU B
Top Row: B. Restivo, S. Sands, D. Minier, S. Monagan,
J. Coloney, l. Long, J. Minckley
2nd Row: G. Wahl, L. Spolla, A. Mori, J. Penasack, P.
Dailey, E. Clark
lst Row: J. Gaze, W. Smith, C. Plummer, K. Klingenberger
To those who graduate this year, we hope
that in the years to come, they will look back
on their high school days and remember this
verse which so well describes this club.
"Let me take off my hat to the warriors who
To victory splendid and high,
Yes, teach me to stand by the side of the road
And cheer as the winners go lzyl'
Under the leadership of Mr. Spierdowis, the
members of the A. C. S. Varsity Club have tried
to uphold the ideas of sportsmanship in every
school activity. Because of very busy schedules,
club activities were held to a minimum, but we
did elect officers late last fall. Don Joslyn was
elected President, Ann Finney, Vice-President,
and lack Gaze, Secretary-Treasurer.
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Top Row: J. Govenda, M. Ingrohom, A. Navarro, L. Marth,
K. Petronio, A. Foote, S. Miller, I. Crawshaw, S. Sargent
lst Row: D. Poland, E. Maine, C. Plummer, S. Sands, L.
Johnson, D Saeva, G. Pilato
A paper to get out! Copy to be written!
Space to be filled! Deadline to be met! These
were just a few of our problems in publishing
the Clarion-Echo this year.
With a dependable staff, headed by Mary
jackson and Sue Sands, and Mr. Monacelli's
help, we managed to get a paper out quite regu-
larly. We have surprised many seniors with our
series of features.
Paying our debts at the beginning of the
year started us off on the right foot. Hotdog
stands at football games helped us make some
of our money.
Holley held a district meeting of newspaper
representatives in Ianuary. This gave us the
idea of mimeographing the paper to get it out
On May 19, We took a trip to Rochester and
visited the Democrat and Chronicle, Times-
Union and WHAM-TV. Everyone enjoyed this
trip very much and came back full of ideas.
Top Row: M. Howlett, B. Johnson, M. Ludwick, R. Brown,
A. Klingenberger, J. Bates, F. Manfredi, A. DeBouwtt
lst Row: D. Poland, J. Coloney, M. Jackson, S, Brownell,
L, Spalla, J. Penasack
Top Row: B. Rosenblum, D. Grazywacz, C, Bokman
3rd Row: K. Petronio, R. Gibbs, B. Hart, D. Radzinskl, Mr.
2nd Row: G. Wells, C. London, M. Levandowski, M. Staines,
D. Stockton, R. Grimm
lst Row: R. Tower, D. Baker
We're the most active club - and we can
prove it. Under the direction of Mr. Rickey.
the Audio-Visual Club is undoubtedly the most
active service club in Albion Central School.
Last fall, the members elected their officers:
President, Donald Stockton, Vice-President.
Mary Staines and Secretary, Mary Lou Levan-
The function of this organization is to show
films for classrooms as well as for the various
clubs in Albion.
The members not only become acquainted
with the operation of the machine but also learn
the entire motion picture process through the
supervised guidance of Mr. Rickey.
Both Mr. Rickey and the members of the
Audio-Visual Club consider this year one of
their best, and sincerely hope that they have
sufficiently met with the expectations of those
whom they served.
As far as the students and faculty of Albion
Central School are concerned, the Audio-Visual
Club has fulfilled its purpose by so willingly
providing delightful, as well as educational en-
tertainment throughout this year.
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Top Row: P. McKenna, M. Burroughs, N. Chrzan, J. Robin-
son, C. Tower, E. Perry, J, Piazza
4th Row: B. Sedita, B. Restivo, E, Kenyon, M. Manfredi,
D. DeCarlo, J. Johnson, J. Coloney
3rd Row: R. Piazza, P. Rice, A. Page, J. Bigger, S. Hubbell,
M. Budynski, B. Durrant, E. Coloney
2nd Row: J. Collins, F. Wells, D. Gregg, H. Ireland, A.
Burgess, J., Proctor, S. Cunningham, E. Sargent, M,
lst Row: E. Shawver, M. Brust, B. Nenni, J. Tiffany, J.
DeCarIo, M. DeCarlo, L. Wilkins
COMMERCIAL CLU B
Top Row: F. Wells, G. VanStone, C. Tower, C. Weaver,
L. Boyce, P. Townsend
4th Row: D. Buckland, M. Durrant, W. Burgio, R. Bielinski,
J. O'Brien, M. Manfredi, B. Janus
3rd Row: S. Sargent, P. Rice, L. McKenna, F. Marino, I.
Crowshaw, K. Covis, A. Telovsky, H. Ireland, B. Sargent
2nd Row: S. Miller, N. Hudson, J. Blackman, C. Brace,
M. Ludwick, M. Draper, D. Grazywacz
'Ist Row' G. Kettle, M. Sullivan, B. Smith, B. Adduci, F.
Hawkins, L. Stiller, R. Piazza
"There will be a meeting of the Dramatic
Club at one o'clock in the auditorium, today."
At this familiar announcement one hundred six-
teen students flock to the auditorium to mob
their faculty advisor, Mr. Lynch, President jack
Gaze, Vice-President, Pat'Bice, Secretary, Betty
Bigger, and Treasurer, Jeanette Johnson.
In January, members went to Rochester to
the Arena Theater to see "Charley's Aunt." An
added surprise - Barb, -loe, and .loan ushering
like professionals. On the way home - a stop
at the Five Points for hots and milk shakes. '
The most dramatic events of the year were
our presentation of Rachael Field's fantastic
play at the Drama Festival at Brockport State in
April and the Play Festival at Fredonia State
Top Row: B. Rosenblum, B. Bigger, K, Klingenberger, E.
Maine, J. Penasack, D, Steele
4th Row: J. Hinman, W. Batt, J. Bates, C. Bell, M. Hicks,
'J. Gaze, L. Spolla
3rd Row: M. Gibbs, S, Juliana, F. Manno, R. Burgio, G.
Pilato, K. Coville, J. West, J. Craddock
2nd Row: R. Mathes, S. Miller, A. Giarrizzo, B. Pahuta, L.
Stiller, M. Draper, R. Kubica, A. Telovsky, I. Crawshaw
lst Row: S. Waldo, S, Pecorella, A. Finney, G. Kettle, G.
Allport,' L. Meale, B. Smith, D. Baker
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Money! Money! Too bad it's still down in
the bank. At least thats where we saw some on
our field trip with our advisors, Mrs. Holt and
Mr. Schroeder, and President, William Burgio,
Vice-President, Roland Bielinski, Secretary, Lois
McKenna, and Treasurer, Geraldine Kettle.
The ban-k personnel took us on a tour that ex-
plained and demonstrated the business machines
for us. Of course, the best part was "eats" in
the employees' lounge.
We also attended a tureen supper meet-
ing with the Medina Commercial Club. Other
activities were forum and discussion meetings
on different phases of business.
Top Row: J. Bates, S, Brownell, A. Telovsky, M. Hicks, S. Miller
Ist Row: M, Jackson, J. Coloney, E. Perry, C. Bell
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Girls . . . Girls . . . Girls. It isn't that the boys of the Class of 1954 aren't outa
standing, but the nine members of the National Honor Society are all girls. Elizabeth
Perry, Presidentg Constance Bell, Vice-President, Mary jackson, Secretaryg Joyce
Goloney, Treasurerg and Sydne Brownell, Chief Members, were initiated in their
junior year. Four seniors, still all girls, attended meetings and were initiated in the
spring. They are Ioan Bates, Marcia Hicks, Shirley Miller and Anna Telovsky.
Mr. D'Amico met with his harem, including Mrs. D'Amico, the first Monday of
every month. The meetings consisted of dinner, business meeting, and the evening
program. For Valentines Day, following Mr. D'Amico's suggestion, each member
sent a secret pal Valentine.
Every morning and night, the flag was put up and taken down by the society
members, but one fatal day the flag wouldn't come down. The result. as you un-
doubtedly saw, was thirteen stripes flapping in the breeze for some time. Since.
even a thaw wouldnt budge the flag, the school bought a new 'iOld Glory." Other
services performed by the society were hall duty and monitoring in the halls after
Vvith the coming of spring, new members, the annual tea, a district meeting, and
the end to a most inspirational year.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
VVe raised a crop of new officers. Ronald Harling toolt over the office o
President and Arnold Kuhn hecame Veep. The office of Secretary fell to Danny
Parker and Treasurer to Edwin Shervin. Our VVateh Dog is Frank Long.
Our first furrow was selling potatoes. This was only the beginning of our
moneybraising activities. A scrap drive followed. Local businessmen bought adver-
tising on our printed calendars. Our treasury harvested over 55500.
The initiation of new members was one of the hest we have witnessed in recent
years. Keith Downey was chairman of the initiation committee and he really put
the hovs to the test.
Keith Downey. Arnold Kuhn, Edwin Shervin, Daniel Parker and Ronald
llarling represented our chapter on a radio broadcast held at station VVKBVV. Some
lnemhers of the chapter spent a day at the Rochester llorticultural Show where they
listened to Edward Shervin speak. llc represented us well and won second place
in the contest. Ronald llarling is representing us in the Orleans County Spcalxing
Uur hasketball team won three out of four games played against other chapters.
X'Ve thus placed second in the county.
Other successful events were our Father and Son Banquet, held liehruary 2-l.
and the trip to Cornell for Farm and lloine Vlleeli. VVe plan to spend a day at
Crystal Reach at the end of the school year.
lr was a good year for the farmersl
Top Row: L Spolla, C. Bckrnan, L. Winkley, R. Trolley, R. Brackenbury, J. Muller
-ith Row: B. Jackson, K. Rhode-y, K. Petronuo, D. Wells, E. Reed, B. Narburgh, D. Wolfe, D. Weotherbee,
K. Downey, A. Ford
3rd Row: J. Edwards, D. Snell, A. Brockenbury, C. Newton, R. Markle, R. Kettle, R. Hobbs, M. lngraham,
E. Tower, L. Atwell, R. Broley, T. Graham
2nd Row F. Long, D. Parker, R. Harling, Mr. New, A. Kuhn, E. Shervin, A. Foote
lst Row: J. Henderson, H. Ford, P. Conharn, R. Willmott
TRAFFIC AND SAFETY CONTROL
Top Row: W. Narburgh, G. Wahl, J. Ellis, R. Brown, J. Penasack
lst Row: Mr. Hopkins, C, McCulloch, S. Lester, M. Hill
Top Row: A. Giarrizzo, K. Bell, Miss Hatch, H. Grzywacz, S. Miller
lst Row: H. Babcock, C. Bell, R. Sadler, R. Hurling
Top Row: J. Penasack, J. Robinson, M. Keeler, Mr. Joy, A. Finney, J. Bates, D. Gotfovi, D. Steele
Ist Row: Mr. Hill, Miss Hazel, L. Spallo, Miss Hatch, Mr. Sanford
"A hal" I caught another onell" "Whe11 am I going to have a meeting? just
tell me that." "What's wid you - can't ya read the sign?,' These priceless quips
were uttered by the big three, Spalla, of the Sportsmanship Councilg Bell, of the
Awards Councilg and Penasack of the Traffic and Safety Council, as they put
their hearts and souls into their work.
Miss I'Iatch's office is a buzz of activity as the members of the Awards Council
go industriously about their duties. No time for idleness here with all that's to be
done. First, membership lists are obtained from the advisors of all the various clubs,
organizations, sports, etc. Then these are transferred, along with the points earned
to the student activity cards. In an assembly at the end of the year, those freshmen
and sophomores are given the awards proper to the number of earned points.
"All student drivers are asked to turn in their little blue cards please." This
announcement became familiar to our ears, but at last the members of the Traffic
and Safety Council completed the registration of student drivers. Their next project
was a school-wide safety week planned in conjunction with the Publicity Committee.
We have to admit that this Council has certainly done a thorough job of promoting
safety in our school.
The prisoner rises - the verdict - GUILTY - and the file is closed on another
case of the Sportsmanship Council. The duty of the members is to enforce the train-
ing rules set up for all athletes and cheerleaders. Evidence that they did their job
and did it well are the many trials of the rule breakers. The council came into its
own this year in carrying out its code of good sportsmanship.
"NIGHT OF JANUARY l6th"
by Ayn Rand
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Prison Matron - -
Bailiff - -
Judge Heath - - -
District Attorney Flint
His Secretary - -
Defense Attorney Stevens -
His Secretary - -
Clerk of the Court - -
Karen Andre - -
Dr. Kirkland ' -
Mrs. John Hutchins
Homer Van Fleet -
Elmer Sweeney -
Nancy Lee Faulker - -
John Graham Whitfield -
Magda Svenson - -
Jane Chandler -
Alfred Young - -
Larry Regan - - -
Roberta Van Rensselaer -
- - Joanne Cunningham
- - Karl Klingenberger
- Joan Bates
- Jack Gaze
Stenographer - -
Policeman - -
Script - Shirley Miller
UOBJECTIONV' "SUS-tained." The cast, jurors, and audience shall ne'er
forget "Night of January l6th", the comedy drama of a murder trial. The twelve
jurors taken from the audience decide the verdict of guilty or not guilty.
Tryouts for the play began late in September. The tension was almost un-
bearable. Mr. Lynch just wouldn't tell a thing. Karl and Losh had been chosen
for the parts of the lawyers before anyone else tried out. Of course, it was a co-
incidence that Marcia was Karl's secretary. But then, those things do happen.
Rehearsals progressed with Liz Perry knitting, David Clark forgetting to say
SUS-tained, and Mr. Lynch pulling out his hair as the day of doom approached.
On the night of the play, everyone was covered with rouge and powder and
filled with butterflies and jitters. No one will ever forget Joyce as Mrs. Hutchins,
the audience's reaction to Magda, or Joanne's superb job of prompting Beans Brace.
As Karen was acquitted, she celebrated by going to Liz's party after "Night of
January l6th" on January 15th.
I. Come out, come, out, wherever 2. "I swear" 3. Open The door, Richard
4. The whole truth 5. Did that mink come from the 6. The cop likes cheese coke
Block North, Joyce?
7. Huddlc, cost, huddle 8. The Judge cried, "Lynch Perry" 9. Soy "Cheeeese"
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Alfred stepped to the foul line
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"lt was a good year." These were words uttered by A. C. S. football mentor
A'1Xlilie" Spierdowis at the close of the 1953 football season. The seniors on the
A. C. S. squad finished their high school football days in a blaze of glory by leading
the Purple and Wliitc to a 12-7 Armistice Day triumph over arch-rival Medina.
Those who played their last game for A. C. S. were co-captains Don loslyn and
"Losh" Spalla, Ronald Brown, lack Caze, john "Bimbo" Penasack, and Karl Klingenf
bcrger. Newcomer Ernie Clark and freshman Charlie Derwick gave Albion two
glue-fingered ends, while big "Herb" Steele, lerry Wzlhl, Arnie Foote and Dave
Spierdowis led the hard-charging forward wall.
Other members of the 1953 Orleans County football champions included Angelo
Panepinto, Lawrence Atwell, VVayne Smith, Phil Ciarico, Carl Petronio, hiatt
Pecorella, Mark lngraham, Pat O'Donnell, john Cox, Charles Plummer, .lohn llcnder-
son, Dyclunan Poland, and VVallace Dale.
Albion finished the season with a record of -l wins and 3 losses despite a
heart-brealting 7-6 opening day loss to Brockport in which the Purple and Wliirt-
finished first in everything except the final score.
After the finish of the regular season, members of the squad elected Don
Steele and Arnie l'oote as co-captains for next year.
1953 FOOTBALL SCI IEDULE
Brockport 7 -- --, Albion 6 Akron 6 ,-- --- Albion 14
Pine Hill O ,L -W Albion l9 Depew 25 .e,.. --- Albion 7
Perry 6 --- A-- Albion 27 Medina 7 ,..,.,...., Albion 12
LeRoy 20 -ee --, Albion 7 Total -- 4 wins, 3 losses
Top Row: J. Cox, R, Hoof, D. Polond, D. Spierdowis, E. Clark, W. Dole, C. Derwick, P. Ciorico, A. Foote,
2nd Row: W. Smith, G, Wahl, D. Joslyn, R. Brown, K. Klingenberger, J. Penciscick, L. Spollo, A, Ponepinto
lsr Row: C, Pefronio, L. Atwell, M. Peeorello, M. lngrohom, D. Gorfovl, C, Plummer, J. Goze, T, Burgio
Top Row: G. Hildreth, R. Brockenbury, D. Parker, D. Steele, R, Hoot, K. Klingenberger, J. O'Brien
lst Row: E, Tower, C, Plummer, R. Griffin, J. Penasack, E. Clark, J. Gaze, L. Spalla
Starting slowly, the I953-5-l etlition ol the Albion Central cage squad closed
with a rush. Loser in eight of their first ten games, the boys closetl the regular season
with four straight victories. Two ol' these last four games were league tilts with
l.eRoy and hleclina, giving our gang a Bfl league record and Cencsee-Orleans League
Crown. Earlier in the season they hacl nippecl LeRoy ancl hacl lost to hletlina by
a single point.
ln non-league contests we cliviclctl home antl home series with Kendall, Broelx-
port and Oaltfielcl ancl lost twice to Aquinas antl llolley. The twin losses to Aquinas
are certainly no tlisgrace Qthe little lrish from Rochester were untlelleatccl against still'
competition this seasonl
'llhe Albion scoring pace was set hy lirnie Clarla, a sophomore antl newcomer
to Albion Central School this year. Ernie rolled up 170 points in fourteen games.
lliclx Crillfin wasnt far behincl with l-43 points. Karl Klingenberger with l2-l points,
Don Steele with 109, and Chuck Plummer with 100 were other high scorers.
Playing their final game for Albion Central were Karl Klingenberger, -lohn
Penasaclx. ancl 'lack Caze.
Albion ,c ., Kendall Albion Oakfield
Albion ,, ,, Holley Albion ,- Holley
Albion e- LeRoy Albion ce 1-4 Aquinas
Albion Brockport Albion Brockport
Albion H -- Medina Albion -. N- LeRoy
Albion be -, Kendall Albion Oakfield
Albion ,, ,Y Aquinas Albion B, -- Medina
Top Row: T. Croddock, C. Derwick, A. Proctor, P. Ciorico, F. Skinner, D. Steele, D. Cushman, L. Brooks,
E. Banos, K. Rhodey, J. Ellis, J. Burroughs
2nd Row: J. Penosock, A' D'Amico, R. Broiey, W. Dole, J. Gaze, J. Fisher, J. Zummo, R. McMurray, R.
Piion, J. Croddock, W, Weeks, J. McGIen, R. Kominski, A. Brockenbury, M, Pecorellci
Ist Row: Coach Hopkins, R. Beordsley, R. Griffin, K. Kiingenberger, J. Pohuro, E. Ciork, G, Edwards.
G. Wells, R. Hobbs, R. Brockenbury
Spring is in the air! As we stroll across the campus of Albion Central, we catch
sight of Coach llopkins running his diamond nine through a pre-season workout.
Mr. llopkins, having recently taken over the reins from Coach Biordi, seems pleased
with what he sees. The old pros from last year's squad look better than ever, Theres
that strong-armed southpaw hurler, john Pahura, firing 'em in from the mound.
Behind the plate is the foxy catcher of two years' experience, Karl "Yogi" Klingenf
bergcr. Neither john nor Karl seem worriedg but why should they be - surrounded
by such ball-hawking fielders as Dick Brackenbury, Chuck Plummer, "Bimbo"
Penasack, Dick Griffin and Roger Hobbs. Yes, and some of those rookies look
mighty promising out there, too. The club has lots of spirit and hustle as well as
Last year's squad gave a very good account of itself throughout the season.
missing a trip to the SCCfl0I12llS because of a heart-breaking defeat at Medina. The
loss of last year's lettermen llannon, Klopp, Pawlaczyk, liarmon, Pieniaszek, and
Sadowski will be felt, nevertheless the outlook is bright. As opening day approaches.
we wish the boys the best of luck.
Top Row: J. Fisher, D. Poland, W. Smith, R. Trolley, L. Johnson, Coach Spierdowis
2nd Row: J. Morton, G. Bott, A. Ford, N. Brown, R, Hurling, J. Cox
Ist Row: D. Joslyn, T, Conole, C. Plummer, G. Ferris, D. Stockton, A. Foote, K. Petronio
TRACK AND FIELD
NVith the coming of spring, Captain 'ilVlike" Spierdowis will once again take
over the helm as pilot of the A. C. S. track and field crew. Throughout past years,
Albion has been well represented on the sea of speed and endurance under the
guidance of their renowned Hskipperu. Last season, many of the crewmen won
county honors and went on to the sectionals where they gave added proof of their
Many of the fine seafaring lads of last year's crew have departed with the
ringing of the graduation bell, but some remain and the crew of young, eager lads
now appearing on the scene show great promise of continuing the A. C. S. tradition.
Among those expected to return from last seasons aggregation are Richard Miller,
Arnie Foote, "Losh" Spalla, Ceorge Hildreth, Wayne Smith, and lack Caze. These
tried and true sailors serve as a nucleus of the crew which fly the colors of the
Purple and White in the annual Track and Field Regatta. So to Captain "Mike"
Spierdowis and the members of his 1954 crew, the students of A. C. S. wish them
strong winds, calm seas, and all around smooth sailing.
J. V. BASKETBALL J. V. CHEERLEADERS
Top Raw: G. Edwards, A. D'Amico, R, Pilon, M. Sayles, J, Top Raw: C. Bell, D. Minier, N. Bielinski, S. Monagan
Fisher, J. Fintak, J. Daniels R . I E - R
2nd Row: K. Brust, H, Babcock, L. Brooks, D. Gottovi, T. IST OW' J' CO oney' ' Mmfk ey' I4 Long
Craddock, J, Ellis, D. Hannon
lst Rowi R, Lent, C. Derwick, R. Bergman, F. Parker,
J. Burroughs, W. Narburgh, W. Dale
Top Rowi A. FOOTC, Dv Stockton, E- Tower, L- SDGHO, C- Top Row' R Trolley, R. Harling, R, Hobbs, Cooc
Bokman, L. Johnson Splerdowls
2nd Row: G. Batt, W, Smith, D. Spierdowis, G. Wahl, J. Cox lst Row: D. Poland, D. Joslyn, A. Foote
lst Row: M. Cote, N. Brown
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IVI ISCELLANEOUS SPORTS
With only three of last year's lettermen in wrestling, Gerald Wahl, Leland john-
son, and Edwin Tower, and many newcomers, this year's wrestling squad has come
through with 6 wins and only 3 defeats. The unlimited class, Gerald Wahl and
David Spierdowis, is still undefeated. The sectional tournament for Albion took
place on March 27 at Geneva. They won at Geneva and went on to Rochester to
compete in the semi-finals and finals. They won 8 out of ll decisions.
Coach Spierdowis has chosen eight boys from the Gym classes and noon hour
volleyball teams to represent Albion at Batavia. Each year the high schools of
Albion, Medina, LeRoy, and Batavia meet in Batavia and play against each other.
The winner then represents Genesee and Orleans counties in the Sectionals.
The V. Basketball team has had a tough season. Many of last year's letter-
men have been promoted to the Varsity team this year which probably accounts for
the team losing 11 and winning only 2 games. The ones they lost were heart breakers
- so very close in score. Better luck next year.
Alexander 33 .... --- Albion l0 Wayne Central 24 Albion
Blind School 20 ....... Albion 26 Middleport 6 .... .... A lbion
Perry 27 ........ --- Albion 9 Blind School l9 ....... Albion
Middleport lO .... --- Albion 36 Wayne School 42 ...... Albion
Oakfield l6 .... --- Albion 24 Oakfield 33 ..... .... A lbion
Alden 5 --- --- Albion 38
Top Row: J. Nudd, S. Sands, B. Restivo
Ist Rowi M. Soevo, A. Finney, A. Giorrizzo, J. Minckley
We have everything but lady wrestlers.
VVhcn cheerleading tryouts were held, those chosen for the 'lunior Varsity squad
were 'loyce Coloney, Connie Bell, Eleanor Minckley, Susan Monagan, Ilah Long.
and Dawn Minier. Sue Sands, Arlene Giarrizzo, Ann Finney, Mae Saeva. lanicc
Nudd, lanice Nlinckley, and Barbara Restivo were named on the Varsity Squad.
The intramural program at the beginning of the year consisted of field hockey
Next on the sports agenda was volleyball. Several teams participated in noon
hour games. We have been host to Medina and Holley in a volleyball playday.
Basketball then came into view. Besides the noon-hour activity in this sport,
Albion journeyed to Medina on February twenty-seventh to compete in a playday
This year we have an added attraction. Several girls have begun to bowl on
either Tuesday or VVednesday after school. jumps for joy as someone gets a strike
and forlorn looks as someone throws a gutterball are quite common.
An important event that cannot be omitted is Miss Hatch's engagement.
At this time gym classes are taken up by tumbling. Although many sore heads
and aching backs result, it is loads of fun.
It won't be long now before we begin swinging those bats, knocking doubles,
triples, and maybe even a home run, and, of course, striking out as we take part in
All the girls enjoyed having lVliss Rossman and Miss Knowles as cadet gym
teachers who helped to make this yearis girls' athletics not only successful but also fun.
Top Row: J. Minckley, J. Collins, M. Draper, 5. Sands, A.
Telovsky, S, Millcr, G, Kettle
lst Row: E. Bigger, M, Bigger, S. Beach, M. Dock
A, Glarrizzo, M, Durrant, M. Hicks, S. Sands, M. Standish,
Top Row: L Harvey, J. Lcnt, G, Collins, M, Dock, J
lst Row: M. Standish, C, Miller, M, Draper, N. Chrzan,
S. Miller, J. Collins
M. Durront, A. Telovsky, B. Durrant, N. Chrzan,
K. Covls, D. Buckland, J. Draper, E. Sargent
Top Row: K. Covis, A. Telovsky, J. Collins, G,
Sargent, J. Robinson
lst Row: M. Bigger, E. Bigger, B Roscnblum
land, P, Leigh, E. Coloney
Top Row: J, Minckley, M. Dock, M. Saeva, J
Sands, M. Draper, E. Sargent, J. Robinson
lst Row: A Ciarrizzo, M, Hicks, G. Kettle,
N. Chrzan, A. Telovsky
238 -- Alfred strikes it rich!
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Top Row: S. Miller, E. Perry
Ist Row: A. Mori, K. Klingenberger
Al bought us a new pig - crime does not pay and the old one was too fragile
anyhow. With the pig came fines, and gum turned into a luxury! Imagine!
At last our fondest dream has come true - the whole brood is together in 238
with a doting mother hen, Mrs. Landfear, and a proud cock, Mr. Anderson. To help
these two in their never ending tasks, the class elected Karl Klingenberger as Presi-
dent, Arnold Mori as Vice-President, Shirley Miller as Secretary, and Elizabeth Perry
On "Some Enchanted Evening" last fall, when we were feeling "Younger Than
Springtime," we hopped a bus and took off for the "South Pacific." Although we
were practically sitting on the spot lights and could see that darling Webb Milton
better without those cursed opera glasses, we all loved it.
When was it that we looked so ravishingly ravishing? Why, the Senior Tea,
of course!! Tea? Not a drop, but everyone enjoyed Mrs. Cole's delicious punch
and the coffee. Another night for best bib and tucker was January 15th on which
we presented "Night of january l6th," a smash hit. Sometime between those two
dazzling events came our Christmas party, a tureen supper - the most delicious food
you ever tasted. Santa Claus even visited us, and he not only let Ann sit on his
lap, but he brought gifts for Mrs. Landfear and Mr. Anderson.
The Seniors spent their "leisure" time in cheering, sports, band, glee club,
operetta, clubs, and trying to finagle their way on to the approved list.
Who would have thought that pictures, calling cards, Senior Easter Ball, and
announcements could have brought us so quickly to the daisy arches of class day
and the caps and gowns of Commencement!
NANCY ARMSTRONG ROGER ATVVELI. BEA1 RICE IXXTELL Doms BALDWIN
If lodies be but young l hove no superfluous A good hecrt's worth gold Down on your knees and
and fair leisure thonk Heaven for o good
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I om not in the roll She speoks yet she I will not budge on inch 'Tis o kind of good
of common men says nothing deed to soy well
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DONALD BRACE RONALD BROWN SYDNE BROWNELL lx4ARY BURROUGHS
A back friend, a She floats upon the Remember that time Your fair discourse hath
shoulder clapper river of his thoughts is money been as sugar
NANCY CHRZAN DAVID CLARK DONNA CLIFF JUNE COLLINS
Here is a dear and true The kindest man in As full of valor as of Knowing I love my books
industrious friend doing courtesies kindness he furnished me with
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I cried for modder music From her sholl reod the Young in limbs, I see thy glory like
ond for stronger wine perfect woys of honor in judgment old shooting star
l'lELEN DECKER NIARLENE DIPALIXIA KEITH DOWNEY lVlAR1oE1E DRAPER
My words fly upg my Love ollg trust o few Kindest in womon shall Love thyself lost
thoughts remoin below win my love
ANN PINNEY IXIARILYN FREEIXIAN IACK GAZE DOLORES GRZYWACZ
Though she be but little, Do you not know I om o I om not only witty in A merry heort goes
she is fierce woman? When I think, myself but the couse thot oll the day
I must speck wit is in other men
PATRICIA HARVEY MARCIA H1cKs Lols HILL MARILYN HILL
She's beautiful ond A dish tit for the gods A poor lone woman The more I see of men
therefore to be wooed the more I like dogs
JOAN I l1NixlAN NANCY IIUDSON I'IELEN IRELAND IXIARY JACKSON
They love least that let Look like the innocent Speak less than thou I am folselr than vows
men know their love flower knowest mode in wine
BARBARA JANUS JEANETTE JOHNSON HARRIET JONES DONALD JOSLYN
Sweet mercy is nobility's I will follow thee to the I have been a stranger I am a true laborer,
true badge last gasp with truth and in a strange land I earn that I ect
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GERALDINE KETTLE KARL KLINGENBERGER PHILIP KNIGHT MARY Lou LEVANDOWSKI
My crown is in my heart Bait the hook wellg These little things are Her hair shall be of
this fish will bite great to little men what color it please God
FRANK LICURSI CHARLES LONDON DONALD MAGNER LOIS MOKENNA
This bold bad man A man of such a As upright as the cedar l am the very pink
feeble temper of courtesy
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h1ARGOT IXICKENNA R1cHARD AIILLER SHIRLEY 1X'l1LLER ARNOLD Mom
I bear a charmed lite He's sudden of a thing Fair words never hurt I cannot tell what the
comes in his head the tongue dickens her name
W1LLxAM NEAL EVELYN NEWLANDS MAME PASSARELLI JOHN PENASACK
But no wife at all, True hope is swift Come home with me He hath eaten me out
give me, give me to supper of house and home
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ELIZABETH PERRY IOSEPII PIAZZA IOHN PIEDINIONT ALICE QUINTERN
There was a star danced And then the lover I am a man whom fortune Come like shadows,
and under that I was born sighing like a furnace hath truly scratched so depart
CHAIILENE RESTIVO DONNA ROCK SUE SANDS MILLISCENT SNIITH
Her voice was ever soft, We boil at different I am almost out at heels She sat like patience
gentle and low degrees on o monument
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MARY STAINES DONALD STOCKTON lX'lARGLlERITE SULLIVAN
Love is a sickness How hard it is for women 'Tis no time to talk The sight of lovers
full of woes
Shall I never see a bachelor
at three score again?
to keep counsel feedeth those in love
COLON TOWER PHYLLIS TOWNSEND ROBERT TROLLEY
A hungry leon-faced I hope l shall have leisure My thoughts and l are
villain to make good in another world
GLCJRIA VANSTONE ELLEN WELLS FAYE WELLS KENNETH WILKINS
Give my thoughts no Who so findeth a wife Wisdom is better than I am slow of study
tongue tindeth a good thing rubies
LORRAINE WILKINS LORENZO WINKLEY DAVID WOLFE ALFONZO ZICARI
As modest stillness and He that hath a beard is His better doth not breathe A very gentle beast and of
humility more than a youth a good conscience l know
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Most Popular Girl
Most Popular Boy
Wittiest Girl ....
Wittiest Boy ....
Brightest Girl ---
Brightest Boy ---
Prettiest Girl ....
Handsomest Boy ....
Best Dressed Girl
Best Dressed Boy ....
Most Friendly Girl
Most Friendly Boy
Most Musical Girl
Most Musical Boy
Most Athletic Boy
Most Athletic Girl
Most Quiet Girl -
Most Quiet Boy ....
Best Actress ....
Best Actor ....
Ideal Wife ---
- - - -- -NIARCIA HICKS
-- - - -WINNIE BATT
- - - -JACK GAZE
- -- -LIZ PERRY
-- - -BILLY NEAL
- - --MARILYN HILL
- - - - - KEITH DOWNEY
- - - -MARY JACKSON
- - - -FRANK LICuRsI
- -- -SHIRLEY MILLER
-- -DICKIE MILLER
- - - -ANN PINNEY
- - - - - KEITH DOWNEY
- - -MARJORIE DRAPER
- - - - NANCY HUDSON
- - - -DON STOCKTON
- - - --CONNIE BELL
- - - -JEANETTE JOHNSON
Worrian Hater --- ---
Most Versatile ---
Best Executive - - - ----- MARCIA HICKS
- - --CONNIE BELL
---- ---------JOAN BATES
Best Speaker ---
- - - - KARL KLINGENBERGER
Most Ambitious ----- .--- S YDNE BROWNELL
Biggest Nuisance to Teachers --ROGER ATWELL
Best Dancer ----- ---MARIE PASSARELLI
Gayest Chatterhox --- ------- ANN PINNEY
Most Smiling ---- ---- M ARI-ENE DIPALMA
Most Dili gent ---- -.--- G LORIA VANSTONE
Nlost Artistic --- ---. RONALD BROWN
Most Original ----- - - - ---- JOYCE COLONBY
Most Likely to Succeed -----.---- BILLY NEAL
Best Disposition ---- .---
Ten O'clock Scholar ------ LORENZO WINKLEY
Best Figure - --
Best Physique .--- ---. J OHN PENASACK
Most Efficient --- ---
Most Poised ----
Most Atomic ---
- - - - ELIZABETH PERRY
- - - -WINNIE BATT
Ideal Husband ---- ..---- J OE PIAZZA Most Gourteous ---- ----, J UNE COLLINS
N!'3l1i6Sf Senior ...-........... MARY JACKSON Most Relaxed ,,,,--,----- ,-DQNALD MACNER
Most Dissatisfied with Besults of Election --- ---- LOSH SPALLA, ARNOLD MORI
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ALBION Bus LINES Compliments of Allen J. Moore - Owner ALBION, N. Y.
THE WOODS 8z SPRAGUE MILLING CO., INC.
Locally Owned and Operated by A. H. S. Graduates
Howard L. Woods Stanley T. Woods l
James A. Brodie Loraine M. Sprague Charles S. Woods
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Home Owned by ROB ROY Albion, New York
Wizard Appliances and Batteries -- Davis Tires
Vita Power Oil - Western .Flyer Bicycles
J. H. SAYERS, Inc.
Men' s and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
"A Good Store in a Good Town"
pk I '
,T ay 711 W1 .S Alive ers
ALBION 509 HOLLEY 503
Compliments of '
F IRESTONE I ,H
of ALBION I I
D Al..l..PORT'S BAKERY
39 North Main Street Phone 37
LW I f f le few 1 ,I 1 A--
A RED AND WHITE
or FOOD STORE
144 South Clinton St.
Paint Wallpaper of
Venetian Blinds Furniture 1
Phone 620 CO.,
Albion, New York
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QU' ' B 'Q
EQ ' i . 3'
A l N. N. Y.
Where F riendliness and Industry Are Blended
103 North Main Phone 104
F ISCHER'S NEWSROOM
los N. Main sf., Albion, N. Y.
DANIEL K. WEALE
Class of ' 54
JAMES H. ROBINSON
8: Richfield Products
Coal Fuel Oil
Albion, New York
Albion, N. Y. Medina, N. Y.
I Compliments of
THE ALBION FURNITURE STORE
C mplete Home Furnish g
1' Subscribe and enjoy ifs confenis.
i Prinfing you'll be proud of.
39 Platt St. Phone I Albion, N. Y.
MOTEL - RESTAURANT
Fine Food Modem Rooms
U. S. No. 104 Gaines, N. Y.
SPIKE 8: NAOMI MINCKLEY
E 8: O RESTAURANT
Banquets - Dinners
Main Street Albion, N. Y.
ALBION DONUT SHOP
106 North Main Street
Albion, New York
Phone 1455 24 Hour Service
EARL D. LEIGH
I N S U R A N C E
of All Kinds
MARY M. CRADDOCK
F. H. HILDRETH
Best Wishes to the Class of 1954
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FURNITURE STORE A 1. B IO N, N. Y FUNERAL HOME
52 KMAII ST-, HDD! Us ' '55 SJAAIN st 'NONE 77
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THE QUAKER MAID
With Best Wishes
CO., INC. N
Brockpgrt, N, Y, Croton - Hamilton - Elgin
Ann Page .Foods R
'Q Albion, New York Phone 423
l R SS
M A R Q U A R T ' s l
Bottled Gas i
Phone 1400 125 N. Main
DON'T BUY DOLLARS-
BEST WISHES TO OUR GRADUATES
On the completion of your studies which have enabled you to enter
the next phase of your career, we wish to extend best wishes for a happy
and prosperous future.
lf at any time we can be of help, either financially or personally, we
would consider it a privilege to have you call on us.
THE MARINE TRUST COMPANY
of Westem New York
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
MOORE BUS LINES
ROBERT H. Moons, owner
Buses for All Occasions
Albion, N. Y.
COLBURN LUMBER COMPANY
ALBION OIL co.
E S S O
Gas - Fuel Oil - Kerosene .5
For Orleans County
Accessories of the Very Best l
West Bank St. Albion, N. Y.
9 SERVICE STATION
Ridge Road Phone 1020-J-l
West Bank St., Albion, N. Y.
J ATLANTIC SERVICE
n Best Wishes
T PACKARD SALES
t 236 West Ave. Albion, N. Y.
D A W S O N ' S
.Plumbing and Heating
Appliances - Sales and Service
122 Linwood Ave. Phone D02
Albion, N. Y.
THE MASONIC LODG
Body and Fender Straightening
36 Liberty Street Phone 501
C ut Flowers
Thomas Lipton, Inc
ALBION, NEW YORK
327 East Avenue
SALES - SERVICE
Texaco Gas - Oil
JASON'S SHOE STORE
THE EL RANCHO
"A Good Place to Eat"
Up-to-Date Shoe Repairing
Fischer's News Room
9 T. A. FISH INSURANCE
ROBERT K. ROOT
BUD'S MOBIL SERVICE
Tires - Batteries
24 HOUR SERVICE
19 East Ave. Phone 604
n ROWLEY'S 1. G. A.
nf AND LOCKER SERVICE
The .Finest Meats in Town
n 146 Caroline St. Phone 1291
Weekdays - 8:00 a. m. - 9 p. m.
Sundays - 9:00 a. m. - 1 p. m.
1. 1. NEWBERRY al co.
Compliments of I
STARKWEATHER FREIGHT LINES
Daily Service Between Rochester and Buffalo
ROCHESTER ALBION BUFFALO
Genesee 1647 222 Mohawk 3825
WM. E. KARNS, JR.
G. STANLEY ALLEN
58 N. Main Tel. 1357
BURT A. LARWOOD
GOULD'S FLOWERS, Inc.
Albion, New York
274 N. Main Street Phone 486 Flowers for A
Albion, New York Occasigns
CRAF F EY
JOHN A. JACKSON, D. D. S.
223 South Main St.
Albion, New York
110 East Avenue Albion, New York
Sales and Service
170 No. Main Street
Albion, N. Y.
"We Specialize in the Best'
409-411 East State Street
BASTIAN BROS., CG.
Rochester, N. Y.
Designers and Producers of Exclusive High School
Jewelry - Engraved Commencement
Announcements - Name Cards
MR. GEORGE D. KILLIP, Box 170, Rochester, N. Y.
H. 8: A. SUPERETTE
Henry 8: Agnes Radzinski
Meats, Groceries, Vegetables and Sundries
R. F. D. 4 Telephone 881-J
Best Wishes to Class of '54
MR. and MRS. LEON C. GRINNELL
Growers Cold Storage, Co., Inc.
WATERPORT, N. Y.
Refrigerated Warehousing and Transportation
FRANCIS H. BLAKE EDVVARD B. ABCHBALB FRANCIS H. BLAKE, JB.
W President Vice-President Vice-President
BENJAMIN G. VJILSON WARD B. WILSON
Serving the Youth of Albion
For 89 Years
Congratulations to the Class of 1954
Stanley J. Landauer, '23 Donald G. Landauer '44
Stanley J. Landauer, Jr., '46
Making ongels Ten mfles from nowhere On the Irghf fontcstwc fre
The first srepk The blggcst Suxfs me To o T Here comes Peter Coftcnfoul
Emoy yourself, 1T's loter Soenflsts ot work There go the profits
Thcm you Thmk
w e eeke
i Compliments of i
Q BELL'S SERVICE STATION
Quality Dairy Products
Milk Milk Shakes
Grade A Pasteurized and
H omogenized Milk
26 Main Street Phone 523
D A L E ' S
Albion' s Only Independent
Locally Owned and Operated
Wholesale Distributors of l
Socony Products ll
419 West State Street Phone 327 L
Q . A Compliments
Compliments ot !
l SAMMET S Dr. George S. Bakeman i
CLOTHING STORE Dentist
N. Main St. Albion, N. Y. Ph 92 W
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l ellif l L, . A-so
W:-4 7-4 Y Y Y Y YY Y l
Complignent. l J U N E , S S H O P 1
17 North Main St.
DRESS SHOP Remds l
l Interior Decorating
53 Main Street Albion, New York
iQ,ct , ,,-tALL, L: ,O -O Lets
WOW WOWYOO i if iii' O A li
Best Wishes to the
l THOMAS N. ORLANDO Class of ,S4 l
L 14 West Avenue
Albion, New York
Wilkinson and Canham
H. DART PORTER
3 Marine Trust Co. Building Albion, New Y k
Oliver - New Idea - Ontario Drills
Boggs Graders - Iron Age
Ph B re 666 Albion, N. Y., R. F. D. 2 fat Bar C t I
The pause that refreshes One more for The road Roll call for character
A fool at forty IS a fool indeed Santa Baby
Barre Center trio Why so glum, churn?
l1's so nice to have a man
around The house
Who's the handsome lifeguard, gurls?
COFFEY BROTHERS, INC.
Buick Cars ........ I nternational Trucks
That Good Gulf Gasoline
Kerosene, Range and Furnace Oil
Accessories - Tires
INSURANCE SERVICE AGENCY
Mildred W. Haines Paul R. Haines
P H O N E S
Albion 390 Barre 974-J-2 Albion 1334
DOCK,JORDAN 8: DOCK 1
PHONE 1093 '
Floor Covering Contractors Best Wishes
Carpet, Linoleum and Tile
PEG and DON'S
Laying and Repairing 1 ,
woRK1v1ANs1-1111 GUARANTEED 5 210 N- Main
131 N. Main sf.
ALBION, NEW YORK '
Li LL, -- I A A I
B'-00M'S J. R. JULIANA
Since 1934 ,
Plumbing and Heating
Congratulations and All Best Wishes
WHEN IN TROUBLE
Taxi Service of
Radio Dispatched - Equipped With
ALBION 61 BARBER SHOP
24 HOUR PHONE SERVICE
l d C ln - Safe and Courteo S Bank st- Albion, New Yo
110 E BANK ST.
For a Career in Compliments
Professional Nursing of
Apply to the Director of Nurses Joe S8.lV8,t0!'e
SCHOOL OF NURSING
563 Riley Street Buffalo 8, N. Y.
117 Main Street
ALBION MOTOR CO.
Chevrolet - Oldsmobile
Phone 102 Albion, New Yo
HUNT FOODS, INC.
5 mx ,:.. M ,
Kg Q 1
W mx bg: 3
K' Y sf,
A Cunning hom Crazy mixed up kids The Klingenberger clon
Brown wofches birdie Get wlldroot cream oil, Susie Nature girl
When we were young, so very young The little Dock Aprille in POYCIUISC
DAILEY MOTOR CO.
Five Corners Albion, N. Y.
JOSEPH WATTS STORE
RICCIVS Plumbing - Tinning
BEAUTY SALON Heating
133 East Bank Sf- Phone 1436 l odd Fellows Temple Albion, N. Y.
C I ' Compliments of
""g""" """"s JosEPH DE cARLo's
Class of 1954
Plumbing - Heating
138 N. Main St. Phone 391
EARLE C. WALTERS
Men's Apparel Shop
l Nationally Advertised of
Men' s and Boys' Wear
27 E. Bank Street, Albion, New York l
Leonard A. Depczynski
ALBION DRUG STORE
R. Q GARDNER
The REXALL Store
Albion, New York
R. 8: B. MARKET
Charles V. Paganelli
Real Estate - Insurance
Rialto Theatre Bldg.
Albion, N. Y.
N. Mn.. sf.
Albion, N. Y. Phone 383
Grgceries "Richfield P1'0dllCfSn
And Choice Meats LUBRICATION
Truck and Car Tire Service
ARCHBALD AND CO.
Waterport, N. Y.
BALCOM PRODUCE CO.
i M .ll F I H h Compliments of
errl unera, 011163 ,
1+ . I I ALBION BEVERAGES
ml Since 1914
V Ambulance Service . -.F
l Phones 366 I u
V ALBION HOLLEY T. C. Sanfillppo, Prop.
A 128 Washington St. Phone 250
W of Live and Dressed
ll Orl M h Home Grown
cans W L TURKEY
l G L F farm Products Coop, H ' S
Inc. I BROWNELL POULTRY
ALBION cow sToRAcE IIYIAEIEET
Q ' Albion' N' Y' l WHOLE.S?:LE -gRETAlL
Lili- if YTLIE ri! P T., Psrr I ,LW I4 an
V, L,,-fL ,rm ,LLL L L A .sr O 1 O at ,
COMPLETE FARM SERVICE
h 309 DEERE-
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3 QEISLITV FILE'-M
xl SALES AND SERVICE GENUINE PARTS
JOHN BEAN Spray Machines and Dusters
BOLENS Garden Tractors
G L F AGENCY
DeI..aval Cream Separators and Milking Machines
New Holland Farm Equipment
Ontario Grain Drills
N ALSO BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND COAL
RALPH J. VICK 8: SONS, INC.
128 WEST AVENUE PHONE 128 ALBION, N. Y.
Cleaners and Dyers ' LeVERE B BROWN
Satisfaction Guaranteed Farm Bureau Insmunce
17 w. Bank sf. Albion, N. Y. l Cv-'S Representative
, - I V
Dr. Scholl Foot - Comfort Service Compliments
Quality Shoes f
ROBERT'S SHOE STORE FRIEND
Albion, N. Y.
and group pictures
MCDSER STUDIO, INC.
Eddy Printing Co.
Albion, N. Y.
27 Clinton Avenue North
Rochester, New York
Bridal F ormals
Fine Copy Work
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