Alden Central High School - Album Yearbook (Alden, NY)

 - Class of 1952

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6 p446fZLSf2eQ7 fig S2144 522922545 of XQZQZEFZ Qizffdf Sdiaof 570.7221 ..Qo flfem Vofic FORE 0RD WE, THE Simon Cuss or 1952, HAVE cnossn TH: "GAY NINETIESN AS THE THEME ron oun vemaoox, "THE ALBUM." Tue wonu: vnu nwns nzmzuasn 'rue uname Ann cou.onruL Lives or THESE Pcovus. LIKE THEM, WE TOO ARE SEEKING NEW ADVEN- TURES FROM THE WORLD. ' THROUGHOUT OUR ADVENTUROUS FOUR YEARS, WE HAVE BEEN AIDED AND BEFRIENDED BY OUR PRINCIPAL AND OUR FACULTY, WHO HAVE HELPED US TO PUSH ON TOWARD THE HEIGHTS ACROSS THE DESERT OF IGNORANCE, SUPERSTITION AND PREJUUICE. IT IS OUR HOPE THAT WE WILL BE ABLE TO CARRY OUT THEIR ADVENTUROUS SPIRIT AND CONTINUE ON TO NEW IDEAS AND DEVEL0 OPMENTSU DEDICATIO We, 'rue Samoa Cuss or 1952, nsnucrrs oun Hopes Ann Pnnsns T0 we ssnvuc: Mau Ano women wo n-uv: rouewr vo wnunun oun asusr an Dm-:uocnwv IN THE nsr Ano an THE YEARS TO cow-:. BOARD OF EDUCATIO SEATED: AGNES TRIPPE, CLERK, FREDERIC SIEVENPIPER, CHAIRMAN, GEORGE BusH, VICE-CHAIRMAN, GEORGE FOLRERTH, GEORGE MCGAUGHY, WILLIAM COYLEo STANDINGg ROBERT GILLMORE, GEORGE WILGER, RICHARD COOKE, ATTORNEY T0 THE BOARD. THERE ARE SEVEN MEMBERS ON THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ALDEN CENTRAL SCHOOL. THEIR TERMS OF OFFICE vARY FROM ONE TO THREE YEARS UURATlUNo BESIDES THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING, THERE ARE MANY SPECIAL MEETINGS OF THE BOARD. THE BOARD MEMBERS WORK AS A CORPORATE BODY TO BENEFIT ALL. THEY RECEIVE NO SALARY FOR THEIR TIME SPENT ON SCHOOL WORK. THE BOARD HAS IN ALL RESPECTS, THE SUPERINTENDENCE, MANAGE- MENT, AND CONTROL OF THE SCHOOL, BUT MUST ABIUE BY THE NEw YORK STATE EDUCATIONAL LAws IN UETERMINING ITS POWERS AND DUTIES. THE ATTORNEY T0 THE BOARD OF EDUCATION ATTENDS ALL MEETINGS AND GIVES ANY LEGAL ADvICE THAT IS NEEDED. THE SCHOOL DISTRICT CLERK IS ALso PRESENT AT ALL THE BOARD MEETINGS. SHE RECORDS THE MINUTES OF THE MEETINGS AND HANDLES THE BUSINESS AFFAIRS OF THE BOARD. THE EFFORT AND SUPPORT WHICH HAS BEEN PUT FORTH BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION IS RECOGNIZED BY EVERYONE. 1+ WILSON R. CDNRAD, PRINCIPAL OF ALDEN CENTRAL SCHOOL Fon THE FAST FOUR YEARS, ATTENDED THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY FOR THE FIRST YEAR or HIS COLLEGE LIFQS HE RECEIVED HIS BACHELOR OF ScIENcE DEGREE AT THE ALFRED UNIVERSITY. HE HAS DONE GRADUATE wonx AT THE UNIVER- SITY or BUFFALD AND CORNELL UNIVERSITY, WHICH HAS RESULTEO IN HIS M. S. DEGREE IN EDUCATION. HIS BAcHELoR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN METEOROLOGY wAs REcEIvED AFTER ATTENDING THE NEW YORK UNIvERsITY. MR. CONRAD IS AN ACTIVE AND INFLU- ENTIAL MEMBER OF THE MAsoNIc LODGE AND PRESIDENT or THE KIWANIS CLUB HERE IN ALDEN. HE ALSO BELONGS T0 THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS AND THE AMERICAN LEGIOND D I I TRATIO SAMUEL F. TRIPPE IS A GRADUATE or FREDONIA STATE AND BUFFALO STATE TEACHERS COLLEGES. HE TAUGHT AT THE DUNDEE CENTRAL SCHOOL FOR TEN YEARS BEFORE COMING T0 ALDEN SIX YEARS Ano. IN NOVEMBER 19148, HE WAS APPOINTED PRINCIPAL OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. MR. TRIPPE RECEIVED HIS MASTER'S DEGREE IN ELEMENTARY ADMINISTRATION LAST AUGUST. HE RECEIVED THIS DEGREE IN THE BUFFALO STATE TEACHERS COLLEGES I I RECORDS. GR:-XDEO MOST OF MRS. TRlPPE'S TIME IS DEVOTED T0 HER DUTIES AS SCHOOL DISTRICT CLERK. SHE IS AN ACCOUNTVNG OFFICER FOR THE BOARD Or EDUCATION, AND KEEPS vARnOus IMPORTANT LEDGERS. SHE CHECKS ALL BILLS FOR PAY' MENT, BAND STATEMENTS, AND OTHER FINANCIAL MRs. TRIPPE ATTENDS ALL BOARD MEETINGS AND DISTRICT MEETINGS, RECORDING THE MIN' UTES Or BOTH ORGANIZATIONS. SHE ALSO KEEPS A FULL AND DETAILED ACCOUNT or ALL MONEYS RECEIVED AND ExRENDED BY THE BOARD OR TREASURER OF THE DISTRICT. THE PROPOSED BUDGET, AND A STATISTICAL REPORT ARE PORHARDED T0 THE STATE DEPART- 'MENT AT THE CLOSE or SCHOOL EACH YEAR av MRS. TRIPPED THE PAYROLL ALL EMPLOYEES, MONTHLY REPORT TSDPERTNTENDENT , AND ATTENDENCE RECORD OF as RECORDED av HER, ANU A us MADE TO THE DISTRICT ON THE ATTENDENOE IN EACH MRS. TRIPPE as ALSO SECRETARY T0 MR. 'CONRADD OFFICE TAFF Mass WNUK'S ROuTuNE FOR THE DAY CONSISTS or MAKING OUT THE ARSENTEE LISTS, SORTING THE MATL, DDPLTCATTNG MATERIALS FOR SCHOOL USE, ANswERnNe THE TELEPHONE, OREETINO vnsnTORs, AND HELPING STUDENTS wHENEvER POSSIBLE. DURING THE NOON HOUR SHE us THE CASHIER IN THE SCh00L CAFETERIA AND us RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MONEY TAKEN IN AT THAT TIME. SHE SUBMITS A REPORT or THIS TO THE HOME MAKING TEACHER. DURING FIVE AND TEN WEEKS FERIODS, SHE TYPES up ELIGIBILITY LISTS AND MAKES OUT THE PERMANENT RECORD sARDs. SHE ALsO MAKES ouT A MONTHLY sus REPORT FOR THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. As CLERK or THE OEFTOE, Mnss WNUK PER- FORMS OTHER MISCELLANEOUS Joes. 6 U NWT l QE W 53 A7 9 Q59 GK lf! A22 1 X N i X XS X i it HSEMQ QQ, ' -e-gfx XX rg. H ,fNf E-22? Q hi f, X! . , Q Q X 6 8 FIRST Row: Mas. EGGLESTON, Miss GREENKY, MR. TRTPPE, Mlss SCHMATZ, Mass GASSMAN SECOND Row: Mas. FnNcH, Mass WAGNER, Mas. TARBELL, Mas. Msuwnc, Mas. PATRELL, Mas. WHITTAKER, Mas. MALLERY THTRD Row: Mas. Srunu, Mass PuncsLL, Mas. Wise, Mas. NUFANG, Mns. THOMPSON, Mnss TUCELLI GRADE HOOL FAC LTY HIGH CHO0L FACULTY SEATED: Mvss ELnRuues, Mas. NELSON, wa. CoNnAu, Miss SAGER, Mns.F0L15 STANDING: Mn. SINCLATR, MR. TITZLER, Mas. MAHONEY. Mn. MCCORMICK, N455 T0ML'NS0N, MR- MAHONEY, Mass EHRMAN, MR. BENNETT, Mn. AGONE E Q' Eigxsffsik fl Jn JE Frat' yu, 5 .Q xi' f 2 5 Q " -ff- Q25 .1 K ,..:li. N p x! f E A : ., 5 1 X E X U X QQ2,7gj x52 ff Q E IOR OFFICER PRESIDENT--KEVIN MOCARTHY, VICE-PRESIDENT--ALICE FERRY TREASURER--SHEILA SOOKETT, SECRETARY--IRENE STABELL MRS. NELSON wAs OUR CLASS ADVISOR DURING OUR FRESHMAN, JUNIOR, AND SENIOR YEARS or HIGH SCHOOL. THIS IS HER FIF- TEENTH YEAR AS A MEMBER or THE ALDEN FACULTY. SHE ATTENDEU THE UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO WHERE SHE MAUOREO IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MRS. NELSON HAS A BACHELOR OF SCIENCE AND A MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE. MR. MCCORMICK HAS BEEN OUR CLASS AU- vIsoR SINCE HE BECAME A MEMBER or THE ALDEN rAcuLTv Two YEARS AGO. HE ATTENDED CORNELL UNIVERSITY WHERE HE MAJOREO IN AGRICULTURE. MR. MCCORMICK HAS A BAORLOR or SCIENCE DEGREE- THE SENIOR CLASS WISHES T0 THANK MRS. NELSON ANO MR. McCORMIcx FOR THE GUIDANCE AND CO'OPERATION WHICH THEY HAVE EXTENDED T0 Us DURING OUR ACTIVITIES. WE SHALL ALWAYS REMEMBER AND OEEPLY APPREOIATE THEIR HELP TO MAKE ALL or OUR ACTIVITIES A succsss. ' 10 CLASS OF 1952 NQRMA JEAN BEEMAN grnfipf CLASS PLAYS 2 h PRESS CLUB 5,5 CNEEBLEABEB 2 5 BOWLING CLUB E COMMERCIAL CLUB M YEARBOOK STAFF M SCATTERBRA ROBERT Bossa CLASS TREASURER 1 CLASS PRESIDENT 5 STUDENT Fonuu 1,2,5,h STUDENT Fonuu VucE-PnEsloENT STUDENT Fonum PRESIDENT h MONITOR SYSTEM PRESIDENT NATIONAL HoNoR SOCIETY 5, BAND 1,2,5,h Cnonus M BASKETBALL 1,2,5,h VBLLEYBALL 5,h 'BAnMuNToN 2 TRACK 5,h BASEBALL 2,5 CLAss PLAYS 2,5,h SPEAKING CONTESTS 1,2,5,h PRESS CLUB 2,5 h LANGUAGE CLUB H SCIENCE CLUB M YEARBOOK STAFF h ADVERTISING MANAGER or YEARS IN 5 ook is IF I V I F K r I V i 1 T CAROL ANN BUCHERT Zieupdaz CLAss PLAY 2 BOWLING CLUB h Cnonus 1,2,5 Pncss CLUB 5,h F.H.A. 3 Music CLUB M YEARBooK STAFF h LET'S Luv: IT Oven AGAIN SHIPLEY BUCHEPTJK. 6 CHORUS 1,2,5 COMMERCIAL CLUB h Pnsss CLUB 2, ,L BOWLING CLUB MONITOR 5 Pnom Counr 5 F.H.A. 3 YzAnBoox STAFF M THAT's Mv Casin: El LEEN COLLINS CLAss PLAYS 2,h Pness CLUB 5,h Junuon Pnou COURT 5 Cuonus 1,2,5 LANGUAGE CLUB h STUDENT COUNCIL 2 PLANNING COMMITTEE M MONITOR 2 YEAnBooK STAFF h ABBA DABBA Honzv 12 MOON AL SHI ICE FERRY CHORUS 1,2 CLAss Vlcs-PRESIDENT COMMERCIAL CLUB PRESIDENT h TREASURER or YEARBOOK Pnsss CLUB 5,h Pnzss CLUB EonToR M NATIONAL Honon Socuzrv 2,3,h CLASS PLAYS 2,5,h THE WHEEL or FORTUNE ' v FLEY MARIE Fix QZZQQQ, Cnoaus 1,2 F.H.A. 3 Musns CLUB M Moulton h Pnsss CLUB 3 YEARBooK STAFF M SOMEBODY'S BEEN BEATING MY TIME 1 Donor:-av Gnoznuvcxc CHORUS 1,2,5 EPRESS CLUB 3,h .COMMERCIAL CLUB h YEARBOOK STAFF M BASKETBALL 1 'VOLLEYBALL 1 BOWLING 1 .IT Aun'r GONNA HAPPEN NQ Mons 15 1 EVELYN HEY CHORUS 1 CHEERLEADER 2,5,M PRESS CLuB 5 F.H.A. M ATnLETnc ASSOCIATION 5 CLASS PLAYS 2,5 M YEARBOOK STAFF M THERE'S A Sons IN MY HEART U 0 JOSEPH Hcnnuns MARIE KELCHLIK Slfaaib FOOTBALL 2,5,M TRACK 5,M STUDENT COUNCIL M Juwzon Pnom Kaus 5 PRESS CLUB M Hom: Ecououucs CLUB M CHoRus 1 BASKETBALL M YEAneoox STAFF M HAS Anvsouv SEEN MY GAL PRESS CLUB M COMMERCIAL CLUB M Cuonus 1,2,5 YEARBOOK STAFF M 5 F.H.A 'BECAUSE OF You 1h BETTY JANE KNARR M Cnonus 1 2 BAND 1,2f5'5'h YEARBOOK STAFF M COMMERCIAL CLUB M PRESS CLUB M TELL ME WHY ALLAN KRUEGER AWARDS COMMITTEE 2 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATI ATHLETIC ASSOCIA VOLLEYBALL 5,M BASEBALL 1,2,3,M BASKETBALL 2,3,M FOOTBALL 5,M Cuonus 2,5,M Junlon Pnom Coun MONITOR M YEARBOOK STAFF M Tl T on VnoE-PnEsuuENT 5 on PRESIDENT M ' COLD COLD HEART MARIAN KUHN ,a,f,f.a,-fx Cuonus 2, ,M F.H.A. 5, Musuc CLUB M PRESS CLUB 3,M Junlon Pnou COURT 5 BOILING M YEARBOOK STAFF M PLEASE MR. Suu 15 1 GARY MARX-L BASEBALL 1,2,5,h BASKETBALL 1,2,5,h FOOTBALL 5,h Cnonus 2,3 T STUDENT COUNCIL 5,h CLASS PRESIDENT 2 1 HoME Economics CLUB M VOLLEYBALL 5,h YEARBODK STAFF 5,h TAKE ME 0uT T0 THE BALLGAME KEVIA McCAnTuY 'Mat BASEBALL 2,5,h BASKETBALL 2,5,h FOOTBALL 5,h PRESS CLUB 3,h Juuuon PLAY 5 Junlon Pnom Counv 5 YEARBOOK Anv EnnTon 5,h VoLLEvaALL 5,h Hou: Econourcs CLUB M Cnonus 3,h STUDENT COUNCIL 1 CLAss PRESIDENT h MARILYN NuwEn77L ' KMJ Pnsss CLUB 3,M PLAY 5 JUNIOR PROM COURT 5 VOLLEYBALL 1 BOWLING 1 YEARBOOK SnAFF h So NEAR AND YET So FAR 16 LEONARU 0sucRA B . CLASS TREASURER 1,3 CAMERA CLUB 1 BANO 2 CHORUS 2 Business MANAGER YEARBDOK 5,11 I ' -L I Lux: WESTERN Muslc SHARON PFETFFER CHORUS 1,2 5 MONITOR 5,5 PRESS CLUB 3,14 COMMERCIAL CLUB I4 YEARBOOK STAFF I4 I SENTIMENTAL ME ' MARY Lou REIGLE STUDENT COUNCIL SECRETARY 1 CLASS PLAY 2 MONITOR 5 CHORUS 1,2,l4 CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT 5 PRESS.CLUB ,LL Music CLUB YEARBOOK STAFF. I4 HARBOR LIGHTS 17 E JOHN SCHMITT BASKETBALL 2,5,h BASEBALL 2,14 TRACK 5,14 'VOLLEYBALL h CLASS PLAY 2 Cuonus 2,5,L CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT 2 SUNDAY Dnuvane I- NQRINE SCHULTZ 7f, 0 , Pnsss CLUB Musnc CLUB F.H.A. ,L+ Cnonus BowLlNs M ,M BATON TwuRLlNc 2 YEARBOOK STAFF 24 Fonzvcn AND Even Joan Scuonen busting" 'Cnonus 1,2,5,l4. .Sznvrcs CLUB EBASKETBALL 1, 'CLASS PLAY 5 ,Mouuron 5 :ATHLETIC Assoc YEARBOOK STAFF .M IATION 2 M Unnscsozn 18 ALAN SITZMAN lm? SH CHORUS 1,2,3,h BASKETBALL 2,h FOOTBALL 2,5,h TRACK 5,h CLASS PLAYS 2,h Home Ecouomucs CLUB h YEARBOOK STAFF h S EILA SOCKETT ,ff LOW BQAT T0 CHuNA Cnoaus 1,2,5,h CLASS SECRETARY CLASS TREASURER STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL NATIONAL HONOR PRESS CLUB 5 PRESS CLUB BUS: LIBRARY CLUB 2 CLASS PLAYS 2,5 MONITDR 5 AWARDS CUMMITTE 1 1+ TREASURER 2 5 SOCIETY 2,5,h NESS EnlToR h Eh COMMERCIAL CLUBhu YEARBOOK STAFF LovE You TRULY IRENE STABELL 22? CLASS TREASURER 2 CLASS SECRETARY ,M COMMERCIAL CLUB YEARaoox EDITOR 5,h, ALWAYS 194 v' 74- VIOLA TRYBUSKIEWICZ ZCQ F V Cuonus 1,2 9 COMMERCIAL CLUB h Pness CLUB 5,h Monuron SYSTEM 2 YEARBOOK STAFF h CLASS PLAY 1 'BLUEBIRD or HAPPINESS 20 JOAN MARY SUTTEL vwvnizz STUDENT COUNCIL 1 CLASS PLAY 5 Juunon Pnou QUEEN 5 MONITOR SYSTEM 5,h BOWLING M COMMERCIAL CLUB M ASSISTANT TREASURER YEARsoox 5 YEAneoox STAFF M Pnsss CLUB 5 -SoMEuAY MY PRINCE WILL CQME GEORGE TAvLAFls auf Cnonus 1,2 CLASS PRESIDENT 1 SPORTS Euston 3 CLASS PLAYs'2,5,h BASKETBALL 2 FOOTBALL 2 Home Econounos CLua h Pnsss CLUB 5,14 DON'T Roe ANoTHEnAMAu's CASTLE 1 , , x .lg CARoLE MARIE VoeT PRESS CLUB 5,M FEATURE EDITOR PRE COMMERCIAL CLUB M CHORUS 1,2,5 YEARBOOK STAFF M YEARBDOK SECRETARY CLASS PLAY M MONITOR SYSTEM M W GARY WEBB FOOTBALL M BASKETBALL 5 BASEBALL 2 f - N ss CLUB M M E'LL BUILD A BUNGALOW CHORUS 1 ASSISTANT ADVEQTIS MANAGER YEARBOOK SL ING 5 TRPTNG ARouNo 3 DONALD WEBSTER CHoRus 1,2,5,M 5 BASKETBALL 1,2, M BASEBALL 1,2,5, MONITOR 2,5,M CLASS PLAYS 2,5,M .M PRESS CLUB SPORTS EDITOR 5,M T ATHLETIC ASSOCIATdON M AWARDS COMMITTEE I I L T I L 21 OLD MCDONALD HAD A FARM PAUL Wslsaacx BAND 1,2,5 Cnonus M Home ECONOMICS CLUB M YEARBOOK STAFF M SLOW POKE 1- ,f ROBERT WLODARCZYK FOOTBALL 5,M BASEBALL 2,5,M BASKETBALL 1,2,5,M ALTERNATE PLANNING CQMMITTEE M ALTERNATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION M CLASS PLAY M DON'T FENCE ME IN MARIAN WYRWA STUDENT Couucv CLASS PLAYS 2, ATHLETIC Assoc BOWLING M LANGUAGE M YEAneoox STAFF H L 1 5,14 IATION OT Roo 5 RACE . 1 22 T LLLLJ X i N A ' 25. G w wmhmhs ' 523' I Zh 'Q s W W 2 'rex' M Q X lXS3E?fF? KW CLASS PROPHECY As I SIT HERE BY MY TELEVISION THIS 18TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1977, I THINK OF ALL THE INTERESTING THINGS THAT HAPPENED WHEN I WAS A SENIOR IN ALDEN CENTRAL SCHOOL. I WONDER WHAT ALL OF MY DLASSMATES ARE DOING NOW. BUT HAITI WHAT IS THIS PROGRAM ABOUT? WHY lT'S THE GREATEST SHow ON TELEVISION, 'THE ALL-STAR REVIEW OF THE CLASS OF '52.n HERE TO START THE PROGRAM IS THE GREATEST TRID IN THE WORLD, NTHE THREE SQUARES.n MISS WYRNA, MISS SUTTEL, AND MISS VOGT WILL SING THE vERY ROMANTIC SDNS, nSOUND OFF.n JOHN SDHMITT, THE FAMDUS APPRAISER OF DELICATE ARTICLES, IS HERE T0 PRO- CLAIM THE NEws THAT Boa WLODARCZYK, TRASH COLLECTOR, IS NOW A MILLIDNAIRE. You SEE, HE SENT IN A CHINA TEA CUP WORTH DNE MILLION DOLLARS. l'M SURE MR. wLODARCZYK'S HHDLE LIFE WILL BE CHANGED Now. THE WELL'KNOWN PIANIST, GARY WEEE, IS NOW SEATED AT THE CONCERT GRAND PIANO TO FAvoR Us WITH BEETHOVEN'S nUNFlNlSHED SYMPHONY.n HE COMPLETELY ENTHRALLED THE ENTIRE AUDIENCE AND ENDED WITH THE LOST CHORDD COMEDY DEFINITELY PLAYS AN IMPORTANT PART IN TELEVISION TODAY. BE- CAUSE OF TPIS, INCLUDED IN THIS PROGRAM ARE THE TWO DDMEDIANS KEVIN MDCARTHY AND MARIE KELDHLIN. THEY ARE ACTING DUT THE SILENT MOVIE NLIFE WITH MY MOTHER-IN-LAW.n Now WE ARE SWITCHED ovER T0 ALAN SITZMAN wHo REPORTS THE LATEST NEWS HAPPENINDS OF THE PAST TWENTY-FOUR HOURS ----- HA SERIOUS PLANE ACCIDENT OCCURRED EARLY THIS MORNING INvDLvINe TWO PEDPLE---EILEEN COLLINS AND VIOLA TRYBUSKIEWICZ. GEORGE TAVLARIS, MISS COLLINS' LANYER, STATES THE CAUSE T0 BE Ml5S,TRYBUSKlEWlCZ'S UELAYED BRAKINGn - - - - - THE LATEST REPORT FRDM HOLLYWOOD IS THAT THE UP AND COMING ALLAN KRUEGER HAS JUST FAILED HIS SCREEN TEST FOR THE SEVENTH TIME. - - - - - DR. PFElFFER'S LAST REPORT FROM MERCY HOSPITAL IN NEW YORK CITY IS THAT SHIRLEY FIx JUST GAVE BIRTH TO HER 25TH CHILD WHICH SHE NAMED AFTER HER EX-HUSBAND AND FAMDUS DPERETTA TENOR STAR, PAUL WEISDEDK - - - - - Now THE NEWS BROADCAST IS SWITCHED TO CHIDADD AND CARDLE BUDHERT FoR THE LATEST WEATHER REPORT. - - - - - UA TORNADO I5 BREW- ING IN THE HALLS OF ALDEN CENTRAL SCHOOL. THE CAUSE OF IT? ? ? MRS. NELSON AND MR. MCCORMlCK.n - ---- Now BACK T0 ALAN SITZMAN IN NEw YORK.- - - - nENGLAND--MARY Lou REIGLE HAS BEEN PROCLAIMED THE SPEEDIEST TRACK CHAMPION DF ALL TIMES. YESTERDAY AFTERNOON SHE RAN THE ONE HUNDRED YARD RACE AT THE MIRACULOUS SPEED OF hi SECONDS. ----- MADISON SQUARE GARDEN--NEW HEAVY- WEIGHT BOXING CHAMPION DDNALD WEBSTER GAVE AN ASTONISHING PERFORMANCE NHEN HE KNDDNED OUT LEONAFU OSUDHA IN THE FIRST 25 SECOND R S OF OUND UNE, WHAT A DHAMPI In NDRMA BEEMAN, THE SPONSOR OF THIS SHOW, HAS JUST INTRDDUDED HER NEWEST FACIAL DIScovERY, nATOMlC VANISHING FACE CREAM.n IT CAUSES YoUR FACE T0 VANISH IN SECONDS. MISS BEEMAN MUST HAVE ACQUIRED HER ABILITY AS AN ADVER- TISER IN SALESMANSHIP CLASSES AT ALDEN CENTRAL. FDR THE NEWEST FASHION IN FUR COATS, WE SEE OUR LOVELY MDDEL, DOROTHY GROENDYCKC, WHO IS WEARIND THE LATEST DREATIDN, NTHE CAT-FUR COAT.n AND HERE IS NDRINE ScHULTz MDDELINS THE NEWEST IN HAIR STYLES, NTHE POODLE CUTn. WHY THE SUDDEN CHANGE NDRINE? QUEEN IRENE STADELL, OUR BEAUTIFUL SLDND DIRECTOR OF THE ALDEN SENIOR WILDCATS IS LEADING THE WORLD-FAMOUS SAND IN NTHE FUNERAL MARcH,n AS MARILYN NUUER BEATS DUT THE RYTHM DN THE BASS DRUM. PRESENTINS NEXT, THE GREATEST DUET DANCE TEAM, BETTY KNARR AND JOSEPH HDRNUNS, AS THEY PERFDRM THE BALLET WTHE HAUNTED BALLRO0M.n BUT WAIT' HERE IS A NEWS BULLETIN FROM PUERTO RICO. nMlES SHEILR SOCKETn TRAFFIC COMMISSIONER JUST DECREED A NEW LAW DOING AWAY WITH ALL TRAFFIC-SIGNALS' J SHE MUST STILL FORGET TO STOP FDR RED LIGHTS! 26 THE ANNOUNCER IS NOW INTRODUDING SOME CELEBRITIES IN THE AUDIENCE. AMONG THE FIRST TD BE INTRODUCED I5 MR. ROBERT BDGER, ONE OF THE FAMOUS STODGES OF nlT PAYS TO BE lGNORANT.n SITTING OPPOSITE HIM IS THE FAMOUS AUTHOR DF THE n0LD MAlD'S ADVENTURE,n MISS EVELYN HEY. IN THE FAR CORNER, wE SEE A COUPLE FROM ALDEN, MISS ALICE FERRY AND MR. JACK SCUDDERA MR. SCUDDER IS THE FAMOUS SCIENTIST WHO INvENTED A MECHANICAL DEvICE ESPECIALLY FOR ALICE. SHE USES IT IN MAKING COPIES OF PAGE 10 OF THE HANDBOOK. YOU SEE, SHE IS STILL A SENIOR AT ALDENA HONOR IS ALSO DUE TO THOSE BEHIND THE SCENES WHO HELP T0 MAKE EVERY SHOW A SUCCESS. Two OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMERA LADIES ARE MISS SHIRLEY BUCHERT AND MISS MARIAH KUHN. IS THAT WHY THEY ATTRACT SUCH A CROWD? THE T. V. BROADCAST SEEMS T0 BE ENDING NOW. SIGNING OFF FDR HTHE ALL STAR REVIEW OF THE CLASS OF '52n IS MASTER OF CEREMONIES, GARY MARXD CLASS HI TORY THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1952, wITH ITS ORIGINALITY lN KINDERGARTEN, HAS BUT ONE MEMBER FROM THE BEGINNING, ALAN SITZMAND MISS STEBBENS, THE FIRST GRADE TEACHER, HAD A LARGER SHARE OF THIS YEAR's GRADUATES WITH JOSEPH HORNUNG, SHEILA SOCRETT, GEORGE TAVLARIS, AND SHARON PFEIFFER. EILEEN COLLINS JOINED THE GROUP IN THE SECOND GRADE WlTH MISS STONE AS TEACHER. GARY WEBB AND BOB BOGER ENLARGED THE THIRD GRADE AND GAVE MISS WRUN MANY HEAUACHES. MISS TRIPPE, OUR TEACHER IN THE FOURTH GRADE, WAS THE ONLY NEW ARRIVAL THAT YEAR. MARY Lou REIGLE WAS REcEIvED WITH A SMILE FROM MRS. EGGLESTON IN THE FIFTH GRADE. SIXTH GRADE CAME WITH CARDLE ANN AND SHIRLEY BUCHERT ARRIVING, AS MRS. WARD PREPARED THE CLASS FSR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL. DONALD WEBSTER AND IRENE STABELL ARRIvED IN SEVENTH GRADE WITH MR. TRIPPE AND MISS WACNER AS AUVISORSS CAROLE MARIE VOGT AND EVELYN HEY CAME T0 Us IN THE EIGHTH GRADE T0 GRADUMTE WITH THE CLASS AND ITS MEMBERS. MR. TRIPPE AND MISS WAGNER WERE AQSO OUR ADVISORS IN THE EIGHTH GRADE. . THE FRESHMAN YEAR ADDED TWELVE MEMBERS T0 THE CLASS. JACK SCUUDER, ALLAN KRUEGER, GARY MARx, SHIRLEY FIX, MARIAN KUHN, MARIAN WYRwA, NDRINE SCHULTZ, ROBERT WLODARCZYK, PAUL WEISBECK, MARIE KELCHLIN, BETTY KNARR, JOAN SUTTEL, AND ALICE FERRY, ALL HELPED T0 ENLARGE THE FUTURE SENlOR GROUP. ALICE LEFT AFTER TWO MONTHS OF SCHOOL, HOWEVER, ONLY T0 RETURN AGAIN IN THE SOPHOMOFE YEAR. OTHER MEMBERS, JOINING IN THE SOPHOMDRE YEAR, INCLUDED JOHN SCHMITT, KEvIN MCCARTHY, LEONARD OSUCHA, NDRMA JEAN BEEMAN, DOROTHY GROENDYCKE, MARILYN NUWER, AND VIDLA TRYBUSKIEWICZ. DURING THE LAST TWO YEARS, N0 ADDITIONS WERE MADE TO THE CLASS OF 1952. MANY EvENTS ADDED ENJOYMENT TO THE FOUR YEARS OE HIGH SCHOOL. FRESHMAN YEAR ACTIVITIES INCLUDED A CARD PARTY, A MOVIE AND THE CANDY SALE WHICH SERVED TO START THE TREASURY AMOUNT RISING STEADILYD THE MOST,lMPORTANT SOFHOMORE ACTIVITY WAS THE SADIE HAWKINS DAY DANCE WITH SHIRLEY PAYSCON AND DANIEL NUwER AS DAISY MAE AND LIL' ABNER, TWO MEMBERS WHO plUN'T STAY T0 GRADUATE WITH THE CLASS. THE MOMENTOUS OCCASION OF THE UUNl0R'YEAR wAS THE JUNIOR PROM, nSTAlRWAY To THE STARs.n JOAN SUTfEL AND JOSEPH HORNUNG WERE CHOSEN AS QUEEN ANU KING. ENDING THE MONEY-RAISING ACTIVITIES IN THE SENIOR YEAR WAS THE SENIOR PLAY AND THE SENIOR BALL. BOTH DF THESE ACTIVITIES WERE vERY suc- OESSFUL, AND ADDED T0 THE BUSY, HAPPY LIFE OF THE CLASS OF 1952. 27 CLASS ILL THE SENIOR CLASS or 1952, BEING HEALTHY BOTH PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY, DOES ON THIS FIRST DAY OF APRIL IN THE YEAR 1952, MAKE OUT ITS FINAL WILL AND TESTAMENT. FIRST, THE SENIORS BEQDEATH THEIR PRESTIGE, GOODWILL, AND HONOR TO ALL FUTURE CLASSES, WITH THE PROVISION THAT THEY MAINTAIN THESE QUALITIES T0 THE HIGHEST DEGREE, JUST AS THEIR PREDESESSDRS IN THIS CLASS HAvE. THEN DNLY, SORROWFULLY AND IN BEREAVEMENT, Do WE WILL THESE VIRTUES T0 THEIR RESPECTIVE BENEFICIARIESB MARIAH SBE! LEAVES HER BEAUTY T0 NEXT YEAR'S SOPHOMORE CLASS. DDN NEBSIEEQAPRROPRIATES HIS CAPABlL1TY IN SPORTS TO MR. BENNETT. C'ARDL"-Ejlgaqg-E31 DFI-'ERS HER HEIGHT TO SHIRLEY GDETZ. 555535 EEEIFFEE PASSES ON HER BABY-SITTING POSITION T0 LDRRAINE BEGRER. JoHN SCHMITT TRANSMITS HIS BRAwN T0 WESLEY WEIL. MARILYN NuwER DONATES A PACK OF CIGARETTES T0 THE COACH'S OFFICE IN CASE or EMERGENCYI Bos BDGER WILLS HIS EFFICIENCY IN HORSE-BACK RIDING T0 MR. CONRAD FOR USE IN F-MRS DONKEY-BASKETBALL GAMES. SHEILA SOCKETT DDMMITS HER GIFT OF GAB--OR RATHER HER FLuENT SPEECH FACDLTIES T0 THE FUTURi ORATORS or A. C. S. EVELYN HEY LEAVES HER TALENT T0 BouNcE WHILE CHEERLEADING TO DOLORES WIGLERD IHE HOTZFED DRIVING ABILITY or GARY WEBB IS WILLED T0 MR. FOSTER T0 AID HIM IN COACHING HIS SOAP-BOX DERBY ENTRIES. SHIRLEY BucHERT's LIMITED USE OF THE EYEaRow PENCIL IS BEQDEATHED T0 JOANNE WIMMER WITH THE HOPE THAT SHE VISITS A MAKE-uP SPECIALIST. THE PERFECT PDSTURE OF IRENE STABELL IS HANDED DOWN TO SHIRLEY KELCHLINQ PAUL WEISBECK OFFERS HIS RDTDNDITY AND HANDSDMENESS T0 JIMMY WILSON. PLEASE DON'f'ACQEFT IT, JIMMY. THE MANLY PHYSIQUE OF BOBBY WLODARCZYK IS BEQDEATHED T0 PAUL GRIENER. ALICE FERRY'S PRDFICIENDY IN HANDLING THE 750 Joss CONNECTED WITH THE SENIOR CLASS IS WILLED TO FIVE CAPABLE JUNIORSQ KEVlN,MOCARTHY GIVES HIS SENSE OF HUMOR T0 MR. TITZLER, fNOT THAT HE NEEDS ANY MDRE. BETTY KNARR APPRDPRIATES HER BLUSH AND QUIETNESS T0 BARBARA KRAMP. HERE'S HOPING YOU usE SDME DF IT, CREEPYD IN DEEP SoRRow, THESE BEQUESTS ARE ALSO MADE: JDAN SUTTEL LEAVES HER FRIENDLY wAYs TO THE FACULTY FOR OCCASIONS WHEN THE STUDENTS NEGLECT THEIR HOMEWORK. JACK SCUDDER WILLS HIS QUALIFICATIONS AS A GOSSIPPER T0 FRED REED. You'RE T0 KEEP THE KIDS POSTED, FRED. VIOLA TRYBUSKIEWICZ OFFERS HER NSCHMEREH T0 NEXT YEAR'S SALESMANSHIP CLASS. 225 HDRNUNS PASSES ON HIS coma AND THE HOURS HE SPENT IN FRONT or A MIRROR T0 PAUL HENRY. MAKE USE or THIS TALENT, PAUL. SHIRLEY FIX LEAVES HER BLUFFING wAYS T0 SHARON SCHMITKES MARY EDU-FEIGLE APPRoPRIATEs HER coMPETENcE IN SEWING CLASS TO MICKEY FLEMING. KLAN ST?ZMAN WILLS HIS ATTEMPTS T0 GET T0 CLASSES ON TIME T0 ROBERT REUTER. MARIAN WYRWA TRANSMITS HER SOPHISTICATED WAYS T0 NoRA BALTZQ DOROTHY GROENDYCKE OFFERS HER PAINT-SPATTERING TALENT T0 JOAN AUSTIN. ALLAN KRUESER HANDS DOWN HIS FLIRTATIOUS EYES T0 WILLARD PREISCHEL. THAT QUICK TEMPER BELONGING T0 MARIE KELCHLIN IS BEQUEATHED TO ELOISE STREITQ WILL You ACCEPT IT, ELOISE? U HERE'S A REAL HELP. GEORGE TAVLARIS LEAVES HIS CURLY HAIR T0 You, JERRY MILES. NORMA BEEMAN WILLS HER HORSE LAUGH T0 GENEVIEVE WISNlEWSKln LEONARD OSUCHA GIVES HIS coMPETENcE IN SHOP WORK T0 MARILOU DIPASQUALES Now BILL WON'T HAVE T0 D0 HER PRoJEcTSI THE FOOTBALL SQUAD IS THE REoIPIENT or EILEEN COLLlNS'S ROUGHNESSS THIS APTITUDE SHOULD HELP MAKE A BETTER TEAM, sovs. CAROLE VOGT PASSES HER TYPINS EFFICIENCY T0 MARY Foss T0 HELP IN WRITING LETTERS Fon THE YEARBOOK NEXT YEAR- GARY MARX BEQUEATHS T0 JOHN KRUESER THE LUCK HE HAS IN HITCHINS RIDES T0 SEE HIS GIRLFRIENDJ NORINE SCHULTZ BENEFITS CAROL MALLON BY WILLING HER LONG, BUSHY, PERMANENT TO HER: ALL THESE TALENTS ARE MEANT TO BENEFIT HUMANITY AS A WHOLEI? WE ALSO LEAVE MRS. NELSON AND MR. MCCORMICK TO THE STUDENTS or A. C. S. AS TOKENS OF OUR ESTEEMA SIGNED, ,C THE SENIOR CLASS or 1952 29 E I0li TRIP THE CLIMAX OF FouR YEARS OF EXTRA-CURRICULAR AcTIvITIES wAS THE TOUR OF NED YORK CITY. UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF THE VAN ZILE TouR SERVICE, THE CLASS AND THEIR CHAPEPONES, MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL TRIPPE VISITED THE vARIouS SPDTS OF INTEREST IN THIS LARGE CITY. THE TRIP OF FIVE DAYS AND FOUR NIGHTS CONSISTED OF THESE FEA- TDRES: MONDAY, APRIL 1h, LEFT BATAvIA AT 9:55 ADM- ON NEw YORK CENTRAL TRAIN ih0. MRRIVED IN GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL AT 5:15 P.M., TRANSFERRING TO HOTEL NEw YORKER. AT 8:15 P.M., ATTENDED CITY SERVICE BAND or AMERICA BROADCAST IN BELASCO THEATRE AT 115 WEST LLLLTH STREET. TUESDAY, APRIL 15, LEFT HOTEL AT 9:00 ARM. FDR LA GUARDIA AIRPORT AND VIEWED PLANES FROM OBSERVATION PLATFORM. AT 1:50 FEMS, TDURED UPPER AND LOWER NEw YDRK, wITH LEDTDRER PDINTING DDT SUCH SPOTS AS GRANT'S Tous, BATTERY PARK, AND 'BTDPPING AT THE UATHEORAL OF ST. JOHN THE DIVINE AND CHINATDWN. AT 5:15 P.N., vISITED THE woRLD-FAMDDS RADIO CITY Muslc HALL THEATRE AND VIEWED THE ROCKETTES, A STAGE SHDR, THE EASTER PAGEANT, AND A MOVIE- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 INCLUDED A TOUR OF THE BRONX Zoo AT 9:00 A.H. AND A VIEW FROM THE EMPIRE STATE OBSERVATION ROOFS AT 1:50 P.M., HAVING THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON FDR SHOPPING AT SUCH STORES AS MAcY'S, SAK'S, AND GlMBEL'S IN THE HERALD SQUARE AREA. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, LEFT NEw YDRKER HOTEL AT 9:15 AGM. FDR BATTERY PARK, TAKING A STEAHER TO THE STATuE OF LIBERTY. THE REMAINDER OF THE DAY WAS LEFT T0 INDIVIDUAL AoTIvITIES SucH AS SHOPPING, GASEGALL, OR THE oIRcuS. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, VISITED THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY AT 9:00 A.m. AT 1:15 P.M., LEFT HOTEL FDR TOUR OF RADIO CITY, THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING CDMPANY, RADIO AND TELEVISION STuDIDS, ROCKEFELLER PLAZA, FIFTH AVENUE, AND ST. pATRICK'S CATHEDRAL. AT 10:15 PGM., LEFT HOTEL FOR TRANSFER T0 GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL LEAVING DN NEw YORK CENTRAL TRAIN 399 AT 11:h5 PQM. ON SATURDAY, APRIL 19, THE WEARY SUT HAPPY TRAVELERS ARRTVED IN BATAVIA AT 7:55 A.M. ALL WHO WENT ON THE TRIP AGREED THAT IT WAS WORTH THE FOUR YEARS OF WORK FDR THE F'CHES GAINED IN EXPERIENCES. u- 1 r Y f' ...M-by - I G 1,5 x, K. W .K L -., r A If . 50 EQ will? r 'G XX Ek W 4 rx' EUNIOR OFFICER PRESTDENT. . . SECRETARY. . . VICE-PRESIDENT TREASURER' . . THE JUNIOR CLASS HAS c Ano RRosRERous YEAR. THE THE CLASS WERE AS roLLows T0 IMPROVE THEIR FINANCIA 0 2 L MYRA FLEMING O I . .KATHLEEN LYNCH . .DONALD STRETT . .ROBERT DANIELS HRLETED A VERY ACTIVE roun MAIN ACTIVITIES or THE CLASS soEo TAFFY, STANDING. MARCH 285W WE PRESENTED A MOVIE, NSWEETHEART or SIGMA CHT, WHICH HosT or us wuLE REMEMBER. ,NQUIT You Kwo- UlNG,n A PLAY wAs PRESENTED IN APRIL AND THE Juulon Pnom PROVEU TO BE THE HIGH-LIGHT IN THE MONTH or MAY. 52 'CLASS 01? 1953 FIRST Row: BEVERLY GERHARDT, CLAUDIA SMITH, EDNA MAE REUTER, ARCENE HASSENBOHLER, JoANNE WIMMER, GLORIA RAMos, MYRLENE THOMPSON, SALLY WEBER, HELEN OESTRICH, EVELYN NUWERA SECOND Row: MRSl STOTZ, DONALD STREIT, RHEA DONNELLY, MARY Foss, CHARLES LYNCH, GERTRUDE GEYER, DORIS JERsE, PAUL HENRY, ROSE MARIE KELLY, CHARLES CHAUNCEY, MR. FOSTER. THIRD Row: PATRICIA SCHMIDT, NANCY ZAMIARA, JOAN TERREBERRY, GEORGE TAvALARIs, WESLEY WEIL, EUGENE KELCHLIN, JAMES WILSON, JOAN WILsoN. FOURTH Row: GAIL FISQHER, GENEVIEVE WISNIEWSKI, FRANCES ABRAMSKI, FRANK BINDER, DANIEL WILES, ROBERT DANIEL, CAROL MALLoN, PATRICIA WLODARCZYK, ELIZABETH TOULMIN. ' FIFTH Row: KATHLEEN LYNCH, MYRA FLEMING, THoMAs RoLL, FRANCIS NuwER, JAMES ROBERTS, JAMES SIEVENPIPER, JoAN AUSTIN, NoRA BALTz, SHARON SCHMITK VIRGINIA KUHN. ABSENT: RONALD HoRsT, JOANN WOODARD, WILLARU PREISCHELQ 5.5 E QA im iagqggp h S iz W x KIM! L A' N fx ' K! ff, X J ', affj ifx . X Nj? Y L 1 2 H , fig -4 , ' , . ' w. , I Y 'Q' I - .412-S S ? m me AA OPHO ORE OFFICER PRESIDENT. . . . . .ELVIRA VENDATTI SECRETARY, . . . . -CECELIA IwANsxl VlcE-PREsuoENT . . .WALTER ZANDI TFEASURER. . . . . .BARBARA POLEN THE ANNUAL SADIE HAWKINS DAY DANCE WAS THE FIRST AND MOST IMPORTANT ACTIVITY ron THE SoPHoMoRE CLASS HELD ON NOVEMBER NINTHA PAT MAuER WAS CHOSEN AS DAISY MAE AND NORBERT GEYER AS L'lL' ABNER. ONE or THE HlGH- LIGHTS or THIS DANCE WAS THE SELLING or MARRIAGE LICENSES av MARRYnN' SAM, WHO WAS PoRTRAYEo BY RICHARD NEELAND, A DOUBLE-FEATURE MOVIE WAS THE NEXT EVENT HELD ON MARCH SEVENTH. THIS wAs ALSO ATTENoEu av MANY. OTHER ACTIVITIES or THE SOPHOMORE CLAss WERE THEIR ANNUAL PLAYS, AND A SPORT DANcE, BOTH WERE TERMEU AS BEING vERY SUCCESSFUL. Dunvne THE BASKETBALL SEASON THE SOPHO- MORES ADDED A LARGE sum TO THEIR TREASURY BY SELLING Pop, POTATO CHIPS, ANU PRETzELs AT THE HOME GAMES' 56 CLASS 0F 19 4 FIRST Row: SHIRLEY GoETz, ELOUSE STREIT, ELVIRA VENDITTI, DOUGLAS WISE, JAMES HAEHL, PAUL GREINER, ROBERT REUTER, FRANKLIN STANLEY, FRED REED, CECELIA lwANsKI, JEANETTE SOHENDEL. SECOND Row: MR. LAWRENCE TITZLER, DoLoREs WIGLER, RUTH FULTON, CRARLEEN BERNRARDT, FAY BEcxER, VIRGINIA JABLONSKI, LORRAINE BECKER, JOAN CLARK, BEVERLY GARDNER, GRACE RUSIN, BEVERLY KIDDER, JEAN NuwER, NORBERT GEYER, MR. GORDON BENNETT. THIRD Row: GEORGE GARRISON, MILA SUYERS, MARY Lou DIPAsQuALE, BARBARA POLEN, PATRICIA MADER, MYRNA Mucuow, CARDLE PARRER, LILLIAN HOLTI, JUDITH SWYERSS I FOURTH Row: JAMES WERY, RICHARD MANSFIELD, JAMES WOODARD, FRANK YAx, DONALD WELKER, GERALD MILES, BARBARA KRAMR, DAVID O'MEARA, FLORENCE GADD, JOHN REDMAN, MICHAEL FLEMING. FIFTH Row: JOHN TDERK, ORLEY HAMMOND, RONALD KIDDER, DAVID JOHNSON, JAMES HAGEN, ROGER HARN, RICHARD NEELAND, WILLAIM COYLE, WALTER ZANDI, RAYMOND DEHN, GIBSON SDRALLER, RALPH MEYER. ADSENT: JOAN GREINER, JDANNE HARN, ALBERT NuwER. -57' QA igggwgph S lf V EE A QQQQ EQM 55 FRE A HME OFFICER SECRETARY. . . . . .BETTY CHRISTNER VICE-PRESIDENT . . .MARILYN EALRIOH PRESIDENT. . . . . .CHARLES WOODARD TREASURER. 0 0 0 0 .RoeER MUELLER THE FRESHMEN CLASS ACTIVITIES INCLUDE THE CHRISTMAS PARTY AND A movns FOR THE YEAR. THROUGHOUT THE YEAR THE CLASS SOLD CANDY AT THE SCHO0L'S NON'CURRlCULAR ACTIVITIES. ALL FRESHMEN RAvE ENJOYED Ano APPRE- clATEu WORKING TOGETHER an THESE ACTI' VITIESQ no CLASS OF 19 5 FIRST Row: JOAN SIMQN, Auonsv KnoN, ROBERT Kocn, FRANCIS MCCARTHY, GARY GARRISON, JOANNA ESHBAUGH, RUTHMAE NEHRBOSS, CHESTER WISNIEWSKI, ROBERT Ruuzwsxu, SECOND Row: Muss ELunInaE, DOROTHY GERHARDT, MARGRET VoELxEn, ELAINE ROLL, MARILYN BALnIcH, DOROTHY STEHLE, BETTY CHRISTNER, DALE KREUTTER, Jonn KOTECKI, ALBERT Fox, WILLIAM Inusn, Mns. FOLTS. Tnznn Row: DONALD WISE, ANITA Swvcns, PATRICIA 'THOMPSON, GAIL MEYER, ILAH DERSAM, Donus GnAuE, JANET SEITz, BETTY STURM, JANET Suess. FOURTH Row: SAM MQNTANA, ROSE MARIE POLIK, JOHN LASKER, DON KEEFE, STANLEY WILES, DAVID PEEBLES, HARVEL THEON, CHARLES WOODARD, ROGER MuELLEn ROBERT DERSAM, DAvIn EWERT, EnwAnu CHAUNCEYA FIFTH Row: BARBARA KOCOL, SHIRLEY GADD, BEVERLY STILB, VIOLA KOSAKOWSKI, MARY SPILLANE, RICHARD Munnnv, SHIRLEY KELCHLIN, MARIE SPILLANE, ELIZABETH WEBB, FLORENCE GERHARDT, MARTHA CHRISTNERQ M1 EK'fQgTfQPE:HS lug: -'ii L42 CWM ,Xl W9 l QQ M Q 555 aww WWW! f N JMWEQW K,UQg7'f4 ' pq fa,-:GQRQ 3 Zfig Ng Sl ff? a ffr 2 sk N SU 'ling H5 W FWQQQQ3' if Q? Q25 X keg Q3 is w FIRST Row: DOUGLAS MORAN, HUTH KRATZAL, KATHY FISHER, TERRY ZOELLER, DAVID NESTOR, NANCY GUERIN. MIDDLE Row: JIMMIE YOuNc, KATHLEEN BILLIAR, PHYLLIS LONG, DAVID KINSMAN, GEORGE FORNALO, DANIEL ROLL, LADO SIEVENPIPERO BACK Row: LOIs LIPPKE, WAYNE LAPP, GARY GUIDO, GAIL KURPITA, PRIMARY ILLIGR0VE CH0I0L JOAN LIPPRE, ROGER POHL, LEON ZOELLERJ DONNA PALMER. I TERMEDIAIE FIRST Row: DENNIS PALMER, EDWARD NICHOLS, MARVIN PDELLER, CARL MATTHIES, SHARON POHL, SANDRA SKAUDANQ SECOND Rowg GAIL MAONAOGHTON, TIMOTHY SIEVENPIPER, JAMES BILLIAR BRUCE KLINGELSMITH, WAYNE WEINSHEIMER, ALLEN LIPPKE, LINDA PEPLOE MARY ANN BILLIAR, BABETTE YOUNG. IHIRD Row: CAROLYN MATTHIES, RUSSELL MILES, DONALD SIEvENPIPER, GEORGE ROBERTS, JACQUELINE PEPLOE, MISS WARNER, WILLIAM MATTHIES, RICHARD FISHER, GORDON YOUNG, CAROLYN TUERK, SANDRA STONE. SAROL HEINEMAN, HERBERT STABELL, DANIEL Fox, VINCIENT HEINEMAN, KENNETH HEINEMANQ Mas. TARBELL, TEACHER. '0RTH RDAD M5 CRlTTE.DE FIRST Row: hLMER CASE, KENNETH MIKLINSKI, JUDITF GERHARDT, MARION Czecnowucz, GERALD CASE. SECOND Row: JAMES MIKLINSKI, TILLQE Czscnownoz, GAxL MEUER, MRS,.STURM. EAasENT: SHIRLEY Kuun, WILLIAM Kunn ROBERI KUHL, AND FRANCES K I UHLQ FIRST Row: HAROLD BOWEN, DALE BLAIR, MARLENE STOLDT, SANDRA GRASSMAN, GERALD HINSKEN, JOHN WITNAUER, CARL CHAPMAN. SECOND Row: Mass GREENKY, TERRY EAGAN, CAROL DORSHEIMER, GLORIA REICH, EDWARD DORSHEIMER, JUUITH HOFFMAN. PRI MARY T0 1 LI YE STANDING: DIANE STOLUT, KAREN CHAPMAN, NANCY WEBSTER, BEVERLY HINSKEN, MRS. Tuompsou, KATHY Raven, EDWARD Rzucn, ROBER SEATED FIRST GRASSMAN, SECOND Row: PAUL WERNER. THIRD Row: SUSAN YoDER, RONALD PEBBLES, BILLY EAGEN, HENRY HINSKENQ A T MuELLER, DENNIS WITNAUERQ Row: ROBERT ROZLSKI, TEDDY BaERls, DAvlD ROBERT URL. RAY GRASSMAN, SHARON Bowan, ERlc LOHNANN, IN TERPIEDIATE STANDING! T THomAs NESTOR, WAYNE MAcNAusHToN, Cunrss KINSMANQ AROUND TABLE: LINDA GUERIN, JEANNE Loans, Mnss TUCCELLI, SANDRA MASON, DIANE Duszxvzwncz. ABSENT: JAMES MILES. MILLGROVE KI DERG RTE TOWNLINE FIRST Row: BILLY CLARK, IHOMAS NESTOR, UONNlE .FOLGER, FNOMAS Rslmzn, MARILYN BncToN, BAnaAnA WALTER. SECOND Row: SUBSTITUTE TEACHER, Mas. SIEVENPIPERQ L47 FIRST Row: KAREN REIGLE, JUDY DIxoN, JEANNE PAUTLER, DIANNE SPILLANE, KAY GREEN, OLIVER GEORGE. SECOND Row: SHIRLEY NUCENT,-DCNNA MAE WILLIAMS, ROSE MARY SIMCNS, SANDRA PEEBLES, RONALD SOJKA, JOHN HAEHL, JEANNINE HAEHL, LYLE REINER, PATRICIA DILLON, LEsLEY JORDANS, JOANNE PREDMORE, BRUCE ULLEM. THIRD Row: LAWRENCE SZPILA, SHARON LINGLE, LEONARD HUTCHINSON, MICHAEL WALTER, GARY MARZIALE, DAvID WARD, RICHARD ROHSTEDT, SANDRA KEGLER,'MRSo SIMME- ABSENT: JRJHN NIEMCYSKI, BARBARA-KALWAYv ' KIIDERGARTE SEATED AROUND TABLES! CHARLES FOSTER, JC ANN GARRER, CAROL HARRIS, REBECCA LAPP, LINDA BABOWSKI, BONNIE WILLIAMS, PETER ADDLF, LuRA BAKER, FAIREN LEE COTTON, ANN GEICER, DAVID HARPER, PAULINE CACCIATCRE, EUGENIE SCHMIDT. QSTANDING: ALBERT BENSLEY, JAMES BURZYNSKI, THELNA CAssEL, JUDITH HAGEN, JANE BDNTRACER, JON SCHUM, PENNY SHANER, WESLEY CHAUNCEY, NANCY CUMMINGS, WALTER CASADAY, MRS. SIMME, LAURA SPENCER, MARY ANN TURNSTROM, CLEO ALMQUIST, MARIE SCHMIDBAUER, MARILYN SHROCK. ABSENT! DONNA JEAN MCDUFFEE. MORNING GROUP AF T ERN O ON GROUP FIFST Row: CHERYL PDLEN, HUSSELL HKHN, KEITH WAHR, RICHARD KIRFER, RADYNE SCHALLER, JOEY MAUER. SECOND Row: KENNETH BIENlEK,.DOUGLAS SCHLABACH, ALFRED AsToN, JOHN - HANRY, SUSAN VUNGENT, OLANA EVANS, THoMAs LAPP. THIRD Row: VICKI KEEFE, JAMES McGAueHEY, RONALD LEMKE, WILLIAM SWYERS, ROBERT WINKLER, STANLEY NOWAKE FOURTH AND FIFTH Row: WARREN CDTTDN, WAYNE GROVES, PHILLIF LANDERS, SHIRLEY EDWARDS, PAUL STEVENS, BEVERLY MCMAHON, RUSSELL DYNAS, DONALD WEIERHEISER, GARY CARNEY,VHELENE KUMPF. ABSENTQ ,DAVID NESTOR. MRS. FWNCH, TEACHERQ FIR TGRADE FIRST Row: NoRuA PETRIE, NANCY VOGT, THOMAS KUMPF, SANDRA TYLL, WARREN JORDANS, VICTORY CARNEY, NANCY BELL. , SECOND Row: RICHARD KEQLER, SANDRA McDurrEE, LANCE MATTHIES, GERALD HERKEY, DONALD CUMMINGS, JOANNE SCHMELZLEQ THIRD Row: ROGER NEELAND, THEODORE KUHN, CHRISTIAN KOELBL, ROBERT LEISER, DAVID WEBB, BARBARA PISKOROWSKI, MARTHA CHAUNCEY. FOURTH Row: SUE ELLEN SToos, JOAN TERLIZZI, FREDERICK BLOWERS, BRIAN HARRIS, J. WILLIAM FISCHER, LINDA WARD, DONNA Lou FERGUSON, LEE EASTIOODQ MRs. MALLERY, TEACHERE ILL9' FIRST Row: HENRY PAUTLER, REBECCA WISE, CHARLES pAUTLER,ULANCE GILBERT, CHERIE CHOATE, PHILIP HARDY. SECOND Row: GERALD BLAIR, LINDA KLINKMAN, RICHARD WARMINGTON, JEAN FRANTZ, DAVID Locxwooo, DONNA PREUMQRE, DAVID BEYERS, Mass ScHuATs, TEACHER. . THIRD Row: PATRICIA PHILLIPS, JULIE Cooks. ANN LoNcsTREET, DIANE PATTERSON, PAUL MUNN, JOHN SINONSQ ' FOURTH Row: POMELA TAYLoR, SALLY WOODARD. TEC0 D GRADE FIRST Rowg CATHY CRoNIN, GARY NEwToN, LIONEL RUPE, GRACE PLEOHA, KAREN POPE, BARBARA MATTER, EVERETT DAUCHER. SECOND Row: SHARON WEBER, PHILIP GRENIER, ROBERT EATON, DANIEL PHELPS, CHRISTINE SZPILA, SANDRA NowAx, JUDITH KIPFER, MRs WISE. THIRU Row: PAULINE MUNN, DOROTHY HOLTZ, DAVID BENSLEY, SusAN MIcHAuu, JAMES LEMKE, NANCY FOSTER, RICHARD DULAKQ FOURTH Row: PAUL HINz, GARY FISGHER, BRUCE MERLE, GARY STOLDT, EvA HAMERS, EDWIN Kumpr. .50 'FIRST Rowg MRS. MEDWID, GEORGE BELL, ERIK Cooke, DANIEL SWEET, MARY ELLEN SCHMIDT, SHARON LEE RUPE, JAMES TYLL, THERESE NAUEAU, SusAN GOLDSTEIK. SECOND Row: HILUA MAE COTTON, JUNE R. LEE, HERBERT PEEBLES, SHERRY I STRATToN, FAY NEELAND, TIMOTHY BELLES, MURIEL WEIERHEISER. THIRU Row: CARoL WEAVER, RICHARD SOJKA, MELINDA WEBER, KAREN MUCHOW, CAROL McGAusHEY, CLAuuIA MICHAUUQ FCURTH Row: GARY KIREER, TERRY DIxoN, GEORGE EssLEsToN, SHARON CHESMORE, DENNIS COOPER, Ton HARPER, MELANIE BEYERS. THIRD GRAD FIRST Row: PATRICIA CRONIN, LoRRAINE HINEY, RUTH PETRIE, KENNETH NIEHus, WALLAcE CHOATE, LLoYo REINER. SECOND Row: 'PATRICIA GADD, JOAN SCHENEKER, MARGARET SCHMIDT, GLORIA FOLKERTH, LINDA HusE, MARY WINNER, JANET LEE. THIRD Row: CoRA HAMERS, SHARON SWEET, DIANE EATON, KENNETH CACCIATORE, DONNA NEWMAN, THELMA HEBELER, MRS. KARAN. FOURTH Row: GORDON DABB, JOYCE TERLIZZI, DOROTHY NUGENT, JOAN SMITH, CARL STEVENS, RONEE WINNER, SHARON NEELANU, MARTHA WIGLER, HERBERT LINGLE, RICHARD TYLL. 51 ABSENT: SHIRLEY HERKEY. TYRST Row: FREDERICK SYZPILA, QIEL GREENAN, JOYCE CUMMINGS, PATRICIA BLANNENEURG. ,SECOND Row: KAREN WINKLER, MARGARET CHAUNUEY, RICHARD Msuossq ,MARY ANN KIELBASA, KAY RoRL. 'THIRD Row: MRS. PATRELL, HELEN BLACK, DARLEEN VHNVOLKENBURG, BONPTA HAENL, MICHAEL NEWTON, JUDITN FRANTZ. FOUKTH Row: ONNOLEE FERGUSON, LYNN STOLDT, GLENN HARRIS, RONALD COOPER, JAMES KUMRF. ABSENT: BRuoE DONNELLY, DONALD KELLEHER. F0 HTH GRADE FIRST Row: JAMES KRAUS, BEULAN COTTON, CARLES HAMERS, UEONA GROVES BETTY Lou CASSIDY, DENNIS CRONIN, PATRICIA WILLIAMS. F SECOND Row: BETTY Lou ASTON, ROBERT BAKER, ROBERTA VINCENT, EARL HARRIS, BARBARA BLAIR, ROGER WISE, LARRY MUNN, SALLY FINCH- FHIRD-RQ!j, MQj.,WHlTjAKiR, TEACHER, OAvIo WEEE, Q03E9H'STURMa THOMAS GADD, DAVID LYNCH, GEEIALD PETRIE, TERRY WITMORE-' 521 FIFTH FIRST Row: M. CARRID, SECOND Row: KIRKMAN, D. THIRD Row: H. KUNL, R FOURTH Row: SCHMIUT, C. l FIRST Row: VIRGINIA PREISCREL, EDWARD CAPRIO, NANCY MAUER, SHIRLEY KDMPF, SHARON COAKLEY, DONALD BLOWERS, DONNA NEHRBOSS, CAROL ANN BoRDNER, JERRY CHOATE, KARYL MERLE. SEcoND'Row: JAMES NUGENT, ANDREA NEwMAN, DIANE VOGT, DONALD LONGSTREET, HOWARD KDMPF, JAMES SZYMANSKI, DDNALD KRANP, ERNEST HEY, PATRICIA PISKOROWSKI, CAROL ANN HENRX. CARQLXN,BjENlEK, THIFD Row: NRS. EGGLESTDN, ROBERT GREIL, SHARON MIKLINSKI, LARRY FRANCIS, RAYMOND HAHN, DAVID PITZ, PATRICIA STOWELL, GIFFORD SWYERS, JOHN KIRKMAN, JDAN LoNesTREET, BONNIE LAQUAY. FOURTH Row: RIDRARD KATECKI, JON Cooxs, JANICE EATON, MoRRIs PADTLER, PAUL LAUER, DoRIs THEON, VIDLET JORDON, NORMAN EDWARDS, GILBERT DussAuLT. ADSENT: JAMES BILLIAR. GRADE IXTH GRADE J. SIMON, P. SDHMIDT, N. NEHRBOSS, P. HINEY, V. GERRARDT, n J. TERLIZZI, J. LINGLE, D. MCMAHONn M. NEUFANG, J. DANN, D. Koen, C. FISCHER, P. WEISS, J. SNARPE, L. Foss, R. NIEHus, M. ScHMIDT, R. VOGTA J. EAsTwoou, J. BELLEs,'R. CASE, R. EDwARos, H. WARMINGTDN, IRISH, D. KOTECKI, G. THOMPSON, J. KUMPF. J. LEMKE, G. KEGLER, M. PETRIE, G. GRENIER, D. WEIG, W. GREENAN, E. WDDDARD, W. HARDY. Y .55 EVE TH GRADE FIRST Row: LINDA SPENCER, GLENN KEGLER, ZENA VOELKER, FELIX CZECHOWICZ, JOAN MALLDN, JAMEs HDDDE, CLINTON ERB, SHELBA NADEAU, RUDOLPH HEY, ALEXANDER JORDAN. SECOND Row: BEVERLY RCHL, BEVERLY HDDGE, GAIL EVANS, CAROL BINDER, THELMA BILLIAR, DONALD JERGE, JAMES HEINEMAN, ROBERT GAUU, CHARLES DAUCHER, KEITH WILSON, GEORGE MCGAUGHEY, MICHAEL SWEET. THIRD Row: MR. JOYCE, DAVID DANIELS, JANICE KAZMARK, PAULA KELLEY, CALVIN TDULMIN, ROBERT EABAN, ALLEN KADER, RDBERT LEMKE, DANIEL HENSKEE, JOHN BLANKENBERG, JAMES THOMPSON, WAYNE NENMAN, MISS CHOATE. FOURTH Row: CLINTON MUNN, MELVIN WIGLER, DAVID SDUDDER, DENNIS GUIDO, FRANCIS GRENIER, JOANN WEIG, BURTON LEE, LOURAINE 0LszEwsxI, PAUL MARX, BRUCE SITZMAN, RICHARD HORNUNG. FIFTH Row:, PAUL HECKEL, LARRY SRADDAN, BERTHA Moorz, SANDRA WEINSHEIMER, MARGARET TUERK, PETER SPILLANE, THOMAS WIMMER, EUGENE CLARKE, JDAN PEEBLES, JOANN NICKOLAl, ELSA SwYERs, CAROL REUTER. 5514 EIGHTH GRADE FIRST Row: THOMAS POPE, THOMAS Mucnow, DAVID BILLIAR, DANIEL COAKELY, RICHARD NEHReoss, RICHARD DYNAS, DIANE PREISCHEL, NANCY GARBER, GERALDINE JABLONSKI, NANCY FINCH. SECOND Row: MICHAEL FOEGEN, EueENE BLANKENBERG, KENNETH DUTTWEILER, DAVID FRANcIs, WALTER BIRD, HELEN CASE, PNYLLIS TERLIZZI, RoaERT RUHLMAN, GERALD MATTHIES, RONALD SNYDER4 - THIRD Row: MR. BORZELLERE, MARJDRIE PETRIE, DoRIs EASTWOOD, JACKIE Kumpr, KATHLEEN MANSFIELD, HELEN TERREBERRY, PATRICIA WELKER, BETTY BIERIE, EARL DARE HOWARD FENNER. FOURTH Row: JOAN SWYERS, NANCY VAN VDLRENBERG, LDRRAINE NEELAND, JOYCE WARMFNGTON, JOAN STRONG, KENNETH MARX, JOYCE NEELAND, MARION WALKER, IRENE KUNN, JOANN SCHMITKE, HAzEL TERREBERRY, MARY ANN JAQUSIAK, LARRY SCHNIDT. FIFTH Row: RoNALD UBELHOER, ERIC HAMMERSCHMIDT, RICHARD RIDER, DONALD MEIDES, PAUL SPILLANE, ALLAN EASTWOOD, RICHARD LEMPKE, WALTER PISKOROWSKI, CURTIS HEY, WjRREN CULLEN, LARRY SNYDER, JOHN CZYZOWSKI. A ABSENT: BERNARD PLATZER, RDHE ESHBAUGH-V ' 55A x , ' ? . Q , S W s w s Q 3 W , 1 5 msiwg mraghs 56 I AQ IHMQMTQMQ X. Q3 K 4, fiff k f if P MW X X , N Xl XX Tj 1 Q Q xxulcfl X N 4' ' XY ij: f X M3351 w if-Q N QE ifiggg ? ffff x JUEEIOR PRO M Oun JUNIOR PROM WHICH wAs HELD ON MAY 25, 1951, wAs A MEMORABLE EVENT. THE CLIMAX wAs THE CROWNING or JOAN Sur- TEL AND JOSEPH HORNUNG AS QUEEN AND Kane. THE THEME ron THE Pnou us "STAnRwAv T0 THE STARS." Warn THE HMIUSHIP MEN" PROVIDING DANCE MUSIC, AN ENJOYADLE EVENING wAs SPENT av Au. wHo ATTENDEUQ E 1 59 ON FEBRUARY 22, 1952, THE CLASS or 1952 HELD THEIR SENIOR BALLn THE DECORATQONS, cmnv- lne OUT THE IDEA or A CASTLE AND AN OPEN COURTYARD, FOLLOWEU THE THEME or nYoun CINDERELLA EVENINGQR THE QUEEN AND nuns, CHOSEN as THE BEST-DANCING COUPLE av THE oncHEsTnA, THE nMUSlCAL K'sn WERE NORMA BEEMAN Ann STEVE KENT. 59 THE SENIOR 1951. IT WAS THAT HELD THE CLEAN AND wHo FAMILY QUARRE THE PLAY AN I THE CAST I Rosen BUTLER. CARRIE BUTLER CAROLlNE..... BILL..... ... Boaav.. . SE IOR PLAY PLAY, 'ALL AMERICAN FAMILY,n wAs HELD NOVEMBER 15 AND 16 A HUMAN INTEREST FAMILY COMEDY WITH EXCITING HIGHLIGHTS INTEREST or THE AUDIENCE FROM BEGINNING T0 END. THE LESOME TYPICAL FAMILY LIFE or THE BUTLER'S WHICH INCLUDED LS, ROLLER-SKATING, MISTAKES AND RECONCILIATIONS, MKUE MMENsE SUCCESS T0 ALL. N D 0 D A C 0 c C D D LUDED: ..Bos WLODARCZYK GRANDMA-.... . ..EVELYN HEY WIDOW SMITH..... . EILEEN CoLLINs PETER SMITH..... . ROBERT BOGER BRUCE FoRD...... ..DONALD WEBSTER LUCY MIUOLEFORDE AVIS MlDDLEFORD.oo..MARlAN WYRWA .NDRMA BEEMAN .ALICE FERRY ALAN SITZMAN .GEORGE TAvLARIs .CAROLE VOGT THE CAST, IN ADDITION T0 THE DIRECTCR, MR. SINCLAIR, THE ADvIsoRs, MRS. NELSON AND NR. MCCORMICK, AND THE MANY TECHNICIANS AND USHERS, HELRED TO MAKE THE SENIOR PLAY, HALL AMERICAN FAMILY,n A MEMORABLE EVENING ron EVERYDNE. 60' I IPRESS CL B THE PRESS CLUB HAS A MEMBERSHIP or ABOUT FIFTY MEMBERS. THESE STUDENTS, IN ADDITION TO THEIR REGULAR STUDIES, TAKE ON THE WEEKLY RESPONSIBILITY OF COLLEC- TING, WRITING, AND TYPING THE NEWS E- I VENTS AND FEATURES OF INTEREST TD THEIR' READERS. THIS NEWS IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ON A SPECIAL PAGE IN THE ALDEN ADVER- TISER. L GUAGE ULIB CQTMMIIICIAI I CLUB THE NEWLY oRGANIzEo COMMERCIAL CLUB IN ITS FIRST YEAR or ExIsTENcE I4NcLuuIEs ABOUT THIRTY JUNIORS ANI: SENIORS MAJORING' IN BUSINESS SUBJECTS. THE oLuB SPONSORS ' MovIEs, GAMES AND SPEECHES or INTEREST Fon IT'S MEMBERS. SOME or THE MEMBERS :HAVE GOLD PINS REPRESENTING THEIR MEMBER- SHIP IN THE cLuB. ' I .61 THE LANGUAGE CLUB MEETS EVERY1 TWO WEEKS. THE CLUB CONSISTS oF. LATIN AND FRENCH sTuoENTs. EACH. STUDENT MUST PREPARE SOME ACTIVITY FOR THE MEETING THEY ARE ASSIGNED TO CONDUCT. NRS. FOLTS AND MISS 'tLDRl0GE ARE THE CLUB ADVISORS. TUDE' T COUNCIL THE STUDENT COUNCIL IS THE GOVERNING BODY or THE SCHOOL. THE OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN BY THE STUDENT BODY. EACH CLASS sELEcTs TWD PEOPLE T0 REPREsENT THEM AT THE WEEKLY MEET- INGS. THE STUDENT COUNCIL THIS YEAR wAs IN CHARGE OF SPORTS NIGHT AND TWO MOVIES. To HEEPVDEERAY EXPENSES THE COUNCIL THIS YEAR ALSO PUQCHASED A POP-CORN MACHINE. MR. FOSTER .AND MR. MAHONEY ARE THE ADVISORSU THE POP-CORN MACHINE WAS PURCHASED BY THE STUDENT CDUNCIL AND HAS BEEN QUITE POPULAR WITH THE sTUDENTs. THE COUNCIL BOUGHT THE MACHINE THIS YEAR, HoPINe T0 MAKE ENOUGH MONEY T0 PAY FOR IT AND T0 HELP WITH THE REST or THE STUDENT COUNCIL FUNCTIONS. THE STUDENT CDUNCIL HAS LCANED THE MACHINE T0 EVERY CLAss FOR ACTIVITIES. THEY, IN RETURN, PAY THE STUDENT COUNCIL A PERCENTAGE or THE PQ0FlTSsM THE MACHINE WjTH ITS DELJQIOUQ POPCORN HAs PROVEN QUITE PRDFITADLE so PAR. 0 'ITUR ONE or THE MAIN DUTIES or THE STUDENT COUNCIL IS T0 sET UP AND DIRECT THE MONI- ToR SYSTEM. THE MEMBERS or THIS ORGANIZA- TTON ARE CAREFULLY QHQSEN AND sHoUED FEEL 'HONQRED TO HOLD THEIR POSITIONS. MONITOHS ENDEAVOR TO KEEP THE SCHOOL QUIET AND NEAT. ,THEY MAKE A LIST or ANY PUPILs wHo VIOLATE :A RULE or THE scHooL. THE vIoLATERs ARE THEN SENT BEFORE A STUDENT COURT WHICH TRIEs THEIR CASE AND UETERMINES THE SEN- TENCE. 55' I THLTE TIC SS0fC IIATl0 THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATl0N'S PURPOSE IS T0 MAINTAIN, PROMOTE, AND INSPIRE HIGH STANDARDS IN ATHLETIC COMPETITION, AND TD BE INSTRUMENTAL IN MOLDING A STRONG SCHOOL LDYALTT AND SPIRIT. EACH CLASS ELEcTs A STUDENT AS THEIR REPRESENTATIVE. THE SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE HAS THE CAPACITY or PRESIDENT. DURING THE PAST YEAR, THE ASSOCIATION HAS BEEN ACTIVE IN SELLING SCHOOL PINS, Povconn, BAKED sopus, AND TAKES ADMIS- SIONS AT SPORTS ACTIVITIES. YEIA'RB0I K TAF F . THE OFFICERS AND STAFF or THIS YEAR'S ANNUAL, nTHE ALBUM,n HAVE COMBINED TO BRING You THE VARIOUS ACTIVITIES, TnADITIoNs AND ORGANIZATIONS or THE CLASSES AND THEIR MEMBERS. THE BIGGER AND BETTER vEARaoox WILL BE DNE THAT WILL ALWAYS HEDALL MEMORIES or THE "soon OLD scHooL -DAYSQR .65 1. TEHAL THE FUTURE HoMEMAKERs OF AMERICA as AN INCORPORATED NoN PROFIT NATIONAL YOUTH ORGANIZATION. THE MAIN GOAL us LEARNING T0 LIVE BETTER TODAY IN ORDER THAT oug . LIVES AND THOSE or OUR FAMILIES MAY BE BETTER IN THE FUTURE. THE F.H.A. or ALDEN ns TRYING T0 PROMOTE A GROWING APPRECI' ATIDN or THE Jovs AND SATISFACTIONS or HOMEMAKING. IT OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT or LEADERSHIP AND PARTI' CIPATION so MUCH NEEDED IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY. T ATIO AL H0 IH? 0ClETY ALDEN CENTRAL SCHOOL IS A MEMBER or THE ALPHA CHAPTER or SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY.. THE MEMBERS or THIS SOCIETY ARE CHOSEN FOR THEIR SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, SERVICE, AND CHARACTER. THE AMBITION or THE SOCIETY ns T0 INFLUENCE MORE STUDENTS T0 RAISE THE STANDARDS or MORE EFFECTIVE SERVICE IN TRAINING or YOUTH' SoME or THE ACTIVITIES or THE NATIONAL HPNOR SOCIETY INCLUDED COLLECTING EOR THE JUNIOR RED Cnoss Ano CONDUCTING A DRIVE T0 ACQUAINT sTunENTs WITH THE couRsEs ANU SUBJECTS OFFERED IN ALDEN CENTRAL AScHooL. .6lT- MUSIC THE MUSIC CLUB IAS oReANIzEO IN OCTOBER 1951. OUR PRESIDENT IS JOANNE WOODARDQ SEORETARY, JOAN WILSON3 AND TREASURER, CAROL BUCHERTS OUR CLUB HAS SCHEDULED ITS MEETINGS TWICE A-MONTH. THE MEMBERS ARE NOl'WEARlN6 PINS DN WHICH THE WORD NMUSIGN I.s ENGRAVED' DURING THE PAST YEAR, THE MEMBERS ATTENDED CONCERTS AT KLEINHANS MUSIC HALL IN BUFFALO ANU ENJOVEO THE ORERETTA NTHE VAGABOND KINGN AT KENMORE SENIOR HIGH SCHUOLA THE MAIN PURPOSE OF THE MUSIC CLUB IS T0 PROMOTE AMONG ITS MEMBERS MORE ENJOYMENT OF MUSIC ev LISTENING T0 RECORD SINGING, AND PLAYING VARIOUS INSTRUMENTS. S FLFIA. THE SYMBOLS ON THE EMBLEM OF THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA EXPLAIN THE ORGANIZATION VERY wELL. THE OwL IS A SYMBOL OF WISDOM AND KNOWLEDGEQ THE PLOW IS THE SYMBOL OF LABOR AND TILLING DF THE SOILQ THE RISING SUM SUEGESTS PROGRESS ANO THE NEw DAY THAT WIL DAWN wHEN ALL FARMERS ARE TRAINED ANO HAVE LEARNED To C6-OPERATEQ THE CROSS SECTION OF AN EAR OF CORN REPRESENTS OOMMON AGRICULTURAL INTERESTSQ AND THE EAGLE IS INDICATIVE OF THE NATIONAL SCOPE OF THE ORGANIZATION. B oY HOME MAK1 G TH: aoYs Home Economics cLua, wulcu IS composes or sux msmaens, users Evsnv Tuunsonv EIGHTH Pinson. UNDER Mas. ' EHRnMlN:'s nunzcvlcu THE eovs BAKE Ano coox cooxuas, cANnv Ann o1HcR soon Tuuwss TO EAT. Sznvuue AND ornzn Pao- Jccvs MAY as Annan LATER on AS THE cLue ocv:LoPss. 66 - QU QPQQETMQQMUWQ w 1 Km ' -2-1 IQ: 'Q 90 P! h Nfl sll, ' f Q ff i5 ' fl-Qgsyig - ,ff Ai I U , fo :,,,, L12-1 fl X H0 E KI IG SIX OF THE FoR THE PAST THREE YEARS SENIOR GIRLS HAVE BEEN TAR-Ne HOMEMAKINB YEAR THEY THE SECOND AND BABY AS A MAJOR. IN THEIR FIRST LEARNED'HOW TO CAN AND BEN. YEAR OFFERED THEM FIRST Ann cARE, Ano THIS YEAR THEY LEARNED TO SEW, coox, AND SERVE MEALS. THEY ALSO PLANNED A PLAY PRE-SCHOOL CHFLDREN FOR TWO WHICH THEY ossERvEo THE ACTIONS or CHTLQ' REN. 'THIS WAS THE CLIMAX TO THE THREE YEAR COURSE. SCHOOL roR WEEKS IN' MUQSIC THERE ARE FOUR MAIN susJEoTs TO HlGH SCHOOL Music. RUDIMENTS or Musuc nu- CLUDES THE STUDY or ELEMENTARY THEORY, MELODY IRITING AND EAR TRAIRTRG. HARMONY 1 ns A CONTINUATION or mELooY WRITING AND EAR TRAINING Ano an ADDQ ITION HARMONIZATION WHICH USES THE RRnRcnPLE TREADSH HARMONY 2 INCLUDES THE STUDY or TRIADS, DOUINANT SEVENTH CHORD, MODULATIONS, AND PASSING TONESv HISTORY or Muslo OFFERS A STUDY or EARLY Ano MODERN OOMPOSERS AND cpm- POSITIONS- I TAGRISTCI LT RAL THE REOPENING OF THE AGRICULTURE DEPART' .MENT HAS BEEN MET WITH CONSIDERABLE INTERESTQ AT PRESENT NE HAVE AN ENROLLMENT OF TWENTY' FIVE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. WITHIN A YEAR OR TWO WE EXPECT TO INCREASE TO ABOUT FORTYQ OUR WORK IS ABOUT EQUALLY DIVIDED BE- TWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE. EVERY BOY IN THE DEPARTMENT MUST HAVE A PROJECT, ON WHICH HE KEEPS ACCURATE RECORDS. 68 IE THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT or ALDEN CENTRAL -SCHOOL I8 BRADUALLY GROWING AND PRUVIDING Mon: OPPORTUNITIES FUR STUDENTS T0 PAR- TICIPATE AND'ENJOY LNSTRUMENTAL ANo VOCAL' Nusao. WE NCI nAvE A GRADE BAND, JUNIOR BAND, - SENIOR BANn, JUNIOR CHORUS, ANU SENIOR C Cuonus. THIS YEAR'S SENIOR BAND AND CHORUI PERFORIED AT Muslc FESTIVALS IN WEST SENEOQ AND AMHERST CENTRAL ScHooLs. NEXT YEAR, we PLAN T0 HAVE A rouRTEEN .PIECE DANCE BAND, A BEGINNING ORCHESTRA ANU BOY'S AND GIRL's GLEE CLUBS. WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO COMPLETION OF THE NEI BUILDING PRosRAN, . E IOR CHOR FIRST Row: EUNANAE REUTER, JANET Suzss, RUTHMAE NEHRBOSS, SHIRLEY GoETz, CECEL1A lwANsKI, PEGGY VOELKER, CHARLEEN BERNHARDT, SHIRLEY GREINER, DoRoTHY STEHLE, SHEILA SOCKETT, HELEN OESTREICH, JOANNE WINNER, AUDREY KRONE. 5 SECOND Row: CLAUDJA SMITH, ARLENE HASSENBOHLER, Ros: MARIE PQLIK, NANCY ZAMIARA, PATRICIA SCHUITT, ROGER MUELLER, DONALD WELKER, DAvIo O'MEARA, JOAN CLARK, KATHLEEN LYNCH, JOAN WILSON, PATRICIA WLOUARCZYKQ THIRD Row: BETTY KNARR, FRANCES ABRAMSKI, GENEVlEVE.WlSNlEWSKI, GAIL l FISHER, NoRA BALTZ, RONALD KIDRER, CHARLES CRAuNcEY, DAVID JOHNSON, DONALD WEBSTER, ALAN SITzNAN, BEVERLY STILB. FOURTH Row: VIOLA KOSAKOWSKI, MARIE SPILLANE, MARY SPILLANE, CAROL I MALLON, MYRA FLEMING, ALAN KRuEaER, JACK SCUDDER, ROBERT BOGER, JOHN SCHMITT, KEVIN MCCARTHY, ELIZABETH TOULMIN, PATRICIA THOMPSON. ABSENT: THERESA MAJERSKA, JEAN.NUWER, PAUL WEISBECKQ 69 FIRST Row: ROBERT BOGER, WILLARD PREISCHEL, PATRICIA THOMPSON, CAROLE PARKER, MILA SWYERS, UOPOTHY SERHARDT, RONALD KInuER, CHARLES LvNcH, PATRICIA Scuunvr. ' SECOND Row: KATHLEEN LYNCH, JoAN AUSTIN, NORA BALTZ, JOANN WOODARD, EDNAMAE REUTER RALPH MEYER, ANITA SWYERS, GAIL MEvER, RUTHMAE NEHRBOSS, WILLIAM COYLE, RONALD UEBELHOER, DONALD WISE, ROGER HAHN. THIRD Rowl BEVERLY STILB, DAVID O'MEARA, ROGER MUELLER, CHARLES WOODARD, DAVID JOHNSON, JAMES WILSON, CHARLEEN BERNHARDT, WILLIAM IRISH, DAVIC EWERT, DOUGLAS WISE PAuL HENRY. MR. AGoNE, INSTRUCTOR. AssENT: DON KEEFEQ E 1011 BAD UNIOR BA D FIRST Row: HELEN TERREBERRY, JOANN NICHOLAI, ELSA SWYERS, JAMES THOMPSON, FRANCIS GRENIER, DAVIC SCUDDER, RICHARD HORNUNG, HOWARD FENNER, PAUL SPILLANE. SECOND Row: CLINTON ERR, JACK BILLIAR, HAZEL TERREBERRY, EARL DABS, PETER SRILLANE, ROHE ESHBAUGH, PAUL HECKEL, DENNIS GUIDO, BURTON LEE, MR. AGONE, BRUCE SITZMAN, THOMAS WIMMER, CAROL REUTER. ,YO UNIIIII CHORU FIRST Row: PAUL MARX, ALAN SITZMAN, JAMES THOMPSON, CLINTON ERB, ROHE ESHBOUGH, NANCY GARDER, GERALDINE JAaLoNsxI, JDAN MALLON, LINDA SPENCER, DIANE PREISCHEL, NENA VOCLKER, NANCY FINCH- SECOND Row: DONALD JERGE, RICHARD NEHRBOSS, JAMES HoDeE, MICHAEL SWEET, BURTON LEE, PAUL HECKEL, THELMA BILLIAR, CAROL BINDER, BEVERLY RCHL, SALLY KEEFE, ELSA SWYERS. THIRD Row: DAVID SCUDDER, EUGENE BLANKENBERG, TDM PoRE, LARRY SGHMIDT, DORIS EASTWOOD, JOANN WEIG, GAIL EVANS, SHELBA NADEAU, BEVERLY HDDGE, LDRRAINE OLSZEWSKI- I " FOURTH Row: GALVIN TOULMIN, DENNIS GUIDO, BERTHA MooTz, SANDRA WEINSHEIMER, MARGARET TDERR, SHEILA STRDNG, JOANN NICHOLAI, PAT WELKER, CAROL REUTER, JOAN PEEBLES. MR. AGONE, INSTRUCTOR. GRADE U IIC A THE ESSENTIAL IDEA or MUSIC EDUCATION IN THE GRADES IS TO DE- VELOP IN THE CHILD THE LOVE or SINGING, LISTENING AND RESRDNDING RHYTHMICALLY T0 Musnc. 71 AUSITNESSR THE BUSINESS DEPARTMENT nuRINe THE YEAR 1951-52 BY or ADDITIONAL couRsEs LEAD TARIAL, sooxxEEPINs AND NO BUSINESS DIPLOMASQ DURING HIS FRESHMAN YEA IS GIVEN A KNOWLEDGE or TH TIvITIEs IN THE WORLD or a THE STUDY or INTRODUCTION TYPEWRITING IS OFFERED T0 AND NoNausINEss soPHmoREs THE Mosr POPULAR ELECTIVE SCHOOL. BusINEss LAW WHIC or ALL cANuInATEs ron A a IS RESTRICTED T0 JuNIoRs A THE PURPOSE IS T0 GIVE THE rIcuENT KNOWLEDGE or LAW s ENTAGLEMENTS IN BUSINESS D LAVOIDEDQ 1 OTHER COURSES GIVEN ARE 'IN WHICH THE PRINCIPLES or 'ARE LEARNED AND PRACTICED UAS DEVELOPED INTRODUCTION ING TO SECRE' NVOCATIONAL R THE STUDENT E VARIOUS AC- USINESS THROUGH TO.BUSINESS. BOTH BUSINESS AND IS ONE OF COURSES IN H IS REQUIRED USINESS DIPLOMA ND SENl0RSn STUDENT A SUF 0 THAT LEGAL EALINGS CAN BE 5 SALESMANSHIP, RETAIL SELLING THROUGH SALES DEMONSTRATIONSQ AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT WHERE THE OPERATION OF MACHINES COMMONLY FOUND IN OFFICES IS TAUGHT. SEvEN MEMBERS or THE 1952 CLASS ARE AMONG THE FIRST T0 COMPLETE TWO YEARS or sHoRTHANo TRAININGZ Two or THESE sTuoENTs NOT ONLY HAVE ATTAINED SHORTHAND TRANSCRIPT Ion SKILH ANo ABILITY T0 TAKE vER BATUM DICTATION, BUT WILL ALSO EXCEL IN ACCOUNTING AS A RESULT or TWO YEARS or BOOKKEEFING STUDYu 72 PH Y ICAL ED CATIO GIRLS ' GYM CLASSES--BADMINTON DUE T0 THE CONSTRUUTIDN or THE NEW .ADDITION T0 oun SCHOOL on THE ATHLETIC 'FlELD, ALL PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN LIMITED T0 THE BYMNASIUNQ , THE TEACHING or BASKETBALL, GYMNASTIC !WRESTLlNG, VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, enouP GAMES, AND VARCHINGVTOOK UP THE GREATER 5PART or THE TlME,, LIBRARY Oun SCHOOL REVOLVES Anouno oun LIBRARY. IT ns SUPPLIED wnwn MAGAZINES AND aooxs COVERING ALMOST EVERY ToPnc INCLUDING A wane ASSORT' MENT or REFERENCE aooxs. ALL PUPILS ARE ENcounAsEo T0 MAKE us: or THE LIBRARY Fon cLAss wonx AND ron THEIR own PERSONAL ENJOYMENTA 75 S THIS PAST YEAR, THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT HAS INCLUDED THE SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE GENERAL SHDP, HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL SHDP, WOODWORK, METAL WORKING, AND MECHANICAL DRAWING. GIRLS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HIS' ToRY or ALDEN CENTRAL SCHOOL HAVE EEEN PERMITTED TO TAKE SHOP WORK AND ARE CREDITED WITH succzss IN THEIR FIRST sHoP ADVENTURE. THE ART DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN UNUSUALLY ACTIVE SINCE ITS BEGINNING THREE YEARS AGO. BESIDES KEEPING UP WITH THEIR REQUIRED ART ASSIGNMENTS, THESE STUDENTS ARE CALLED UPON T0 DESIGN AND CARRY DDT MANY PosTERs AND DEcoRATIoNs FOR SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SUCH AS DANCES, HOLIDAY PAGEANTS, AND PLAYS. THE STUDENTS ALso HAvE HAD MUCH T0 D0 WITH THE succzss or HTHE ALBUMQH THIS NEW AND IMPROVED EDITION IS PARTLY DUE T0 THEIR ART ENUEAVORS. 714 CIE CE THE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT IS EQUIPRED T0 INSTRUCT STUDENTS IN GENERAL SCIENCE, BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY AND PHvSIcs. THOSE INTERESTED IN BECOMING NURSES, DOCTORS, ENGINEERS, LAB TECHNICIANS, RADIO AND TELEVISION SuRERvIs6RS, CONSERVATIONIST, AND MANY OTHER SEMI-TECHNICAL AND TECH' NICAL FIELDS GET THEIR START HERE. DRIVER TRAINING DRIVER EDUCATION COURSES ATTEMPT TO PROVIDE THE MOST FAVORABLE OPPOR- TUNITY FDR YOUTHS TO ACQUIRE THE KNOW- LEDGE, SKILLS, AND ATTITUDES NEEDED FOR SAFE DRIVING. A TWO PART couRSE IS TADSHT HERE. PART ONE CONSISTS or CLASSROOM INSTRUC- TION. USING THE eoox, HSPORTSMANLIKE DRIVINGDW IN THE CLASSROOM, STUDENTS LEARN THE LAWS A DRIVER SHOULD KNON, HOW THE AuTo RUNS, AND How IT IS PDT TOGETHER. PART Two CONSISTS or BEHIND THE WHEEL PRACTlCE,n wHERE ACTUAL DRIVING SKILLS ARE TAUGHTD AFTER BOTH PARTS or THE couRSE ARE TAKEN, EACH NEW DRIVER TAKES STANDARD TESTS T0 PROVE HIS DRIVING SKILLS AND HIS PERSONAL FITNESS EDR DRIVING. II GUIDANCE IS A SYSTEMATIC, ORGANIZED 'PHASE OF EDUCATION WHICH HELPS EACWWSTU- DENT GROW IN HIS POWER TO GIVE POINT AND DIRECTION TO HIS OWN LIFE. WHILE MAKING HIS OWN CONTRISUTION TO OUR DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY, HE IS GAINING RICHER PERSONAL EXPERIENCES. As PART OF OUR GUIDANCE PROGRAM, STU- DENTS ARE HELEED TO CHOOSE THE COURSES THEY WISH IN HIGH SCHOOL, AND ARE HELPED AND ENcouRASEo TO CONTINUE THEIR EDU- CATION AFTER HIGH SCHOOL. 2 WW qgmw tmagxm N' Q32 9 Hug 'wk -v'kg'2g,'?l Q x w iss, Q? ...- A ummm Q Qxaw 76 l I SEQ 51555 K N L elm f E? I ' T I .,f ' , N A x, N f' 1 1" I W H f 55 W f , W . 2, ,Q Q TRACK BASEBALL BA KETBALL AR,ITY Kwssuueg DONALD Wcaswn, Jo:-m SCHMITT ' Snmnuneg Tuomns PoPE, Tn-:onus ROLL, Rosen? WLODAROZYK, ALLAN Knusssn, CHARLES LYNcH,3A COACHA Rncumnsou, GARY M'ARx, . KgQNAMQQARUIYAQH Roasrvr Bossa, Famous Nuwsn, CHARLES Cmmuwce-Y 79 J. V. BASKETBALL FIRST Row: DAVID O'MEARA, DAVID EwERT, RALPH MEYER, PAUL GREINER, ROBERT KOCH, ROBERT RUZEWSKI, RONALD KIDDERQ SECOND Row: DAVID JOHNSON, CHARLES WOODARD, PAUL HENRY, FRANK YAx, HARVEL THEON, COACH BORZELLERE, JERRY MILES, RICHARD NEELAND, DAVID PEEBLES, WALTER ZANDI, JIMMY WOODARDQ RYE TLYI G FRONT: NDRBERT GEYER, ROBERT DERSAMv FIRST Row: ALAN SITZMAN, KENNETH MARX, PAUL GREINER, WILLARD PREISCHEL, JOHN KoTEcKl, ERIC HAMMERSCHMIDTQ SEcoNo Row: COACH HAY, RONALD UEBELHOER, MICHAEL FLEMING, BILL CoYLE, JAMES FOLEY, CHESTER WISNIEWSKIQ 80 THE WRESTLING TEAM HAD A sHoRT SEASON THIS YEAR WITH oNLY ONE WRESTLING MEET. THE BOYS WERE AecREssuvE sur LAcxEn EXPERIENCE. NExT YEAR, WE HQPE TO START EARLY AND HAvE A SUCCESSFUL SEASON. THE BOYS uno VERY wELL, CONSIDERING THEIR LACK or EXPERIENCE. THE CLUB WELCOMES ANYONE wHo us uNTEREsTEo IN wREsTLnNs, TO JOIN THE oRsANszATnoN. FIRST Row: EDWARD CHAUNCEY, RICHARD-MANSFIELD, KEVIN McCAnTHv, ALLAN KRUEGER, GARY MARX, JOSEPH HORNUNG, ALAN SITZMAN, ROBERT NLOUAFCZYK, NORMAN WEBER, DAVID EWERT. SECOND Row: CoAcH RICHARDSON, FRANK YAK, CHARLES CHAUNCEY, CHARLES LYNCH, RICHARD NEELAND, GERALD MTLES, DAVID PEEBLES, DANI L NILES, JAMES WOOUARD, ALBERT NuwER, ASSISTANT COACH MCCORMUCK FO0TBALl CHEERLEADER EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS GERALDINE JABLONSKI, DIANNE PREISCHEL, JOAN SWYERS, JACQUELINE KUMPF, NANCY GARBER. OUR CHEERLEADERS ARE AS IMPORTANT T0 us AS OUR TEAMS, FOR THEY INSERT THE PEP AND SCHOOL SPIRIT IVTO OUR ATHLETIC EvENTs. ALDEN CENTRAL SCHOOL IS PROUD TO FOLLOW THEM IN DHEERING FDR ITS TEAMS,-WINNING OR LOSING, FOR THEY CONSTANTLY DISPLAY THE soon SPORTS MANSHIP NEEDED TO MAKE A GAME ONE WORTH REMEMBERING AR ITY VIRGINIA JABLDNSKI, EVELYN HEY, MYRA FLEMING, ARLENE HAssENeoHLER, FAY BECKER BETTY STDRM, KATHLEEN LYNCH, BARBARA KRAMP I PATRICIA MAUER, SHIRLEY GDETZ 82 DONKEY BASKETB LL TUNITY T0 ALDEN, IN WE ARE THANK ALL ING THEIR FUNDS FOR 35 IN FEBRUARY, ME WITNESSED ONE on THE MOST OUTSTANDING AND ENTERTAINING SPORT- ING EVENTS or THE YEAR. WE HAD THE OPPOR- SEE OUR FACULTY, AND THE BoARD or EDUCATION vERsUs THE KIWANIS CLUB or A GAME or DONKEY BASKETBALL. TAKING THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THREE ORGANIZATIONS FOR EXPEND- TIME AND EFFORTS T0 HELP RAISE OUR STUDENT ATHLETIC AssocIATIoN. AROUND THE CHO0L THE DENTAL HYGIENIST ExAMINEs AND CLEANS THE TEETH'OF ALL ouR SCHOOL CHILDREN, AND IN THE CASE or ORAL DEFECTS, ADVISES THE PARENTS THROUGH HOME VISITS IF NECESSARY, THE CORRECTION or THESE UEFECTS. MRS. YOERGER INSTRUOTS THE STUDENTS ON THE DSESAND CARE or THE VARIOUS PARTS or THE MOUTH. SHE ALSO ADvIsES TEACHERS, THE PRINCIPAL, AND SUPERINTENDENT DF THE SCHOOL IN MATTERS RELATING TO DENTAL HYGIENE or SCHOOL CHILDREN. MRS. SZYMANSKI, THE SCHOOL NURSE, IS IN CHARGE OF PHYSICAL HEALTH OF THE SCHOOL CHILDREN. SHE ADVISES AND CCNFERS WITH PARENTS CONCERNING THEIR CHILDREN. SHE INVESTIGATES ILLNESSES or THE SCHOOL CHILDREN AND IS THE READMITTANCE OFFICER IN CHARGE or ABSENTEESQ SHE ASSISTS THE SCHOOL DOCTOR WITH PHYSICAL EXAMSS HER ACTIVITIES ARE UNDER THE SUPERVISION or THE BOARD or EDUCATION AND THE STATE BOARD or HEALTH. DR. DAVIS IS SUPERVISING DENTIST OF TH REN FROM THE KINDERGARTEN T0 THE THIRD GRADE, ARE TAKEN TO HIS OFFICE FOR ANY PROGRAM. SCHDDL. EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, SIX CHILD NEEDED DENTAL wonx. DR. DAvIS DONATES HIS TIME AND IS PAID BY THE ERIE COUNTY DENTAL EACH YEAR DOCTOR MAY, THE SCHOOL DoCToR, EXAMINES ALL SCHOOL CHILDREN. IN THIS EXAM' INATION DCCTDR MAY CHECKS EACH PUPlL'S LuNcs HEART, EYES, EARS, NOSE, AND THROAT. EACH STUDENT IS MEASURED T0 DETERMINE HIS HEIGHT, AND THEN WEIGHEDQ AS SCHDCL HEALTH OFFICER, DOCTOR MAY ALSD CHECKS THE SCHOOL BUILDING roR ANY HEALTH HAZARDS. 8h THE NEWEST MEMBER or OUR SCHOOL SAFETY PROGRAM as Mn. Locals. Has POST HAS BEEN THE CORNER or BROADWAY ANU CRITTENDEN STREET ALONG wnrn Mn. SYZMANSKI AT THE CORNER or BROADWAY AND EMERSON. Mn. LOGGlE'S Jos I5 TD PROTECT THE CHILDREN CROSSING BROAD- WAYo OFFICER SZYMANSKI nuREcTs TRAFFIC AND MAKES THE CHlLDREN'S CROSSINGS or THE STREET SAFER AS THEY COME TO AND Enom SCHOOL. Hns FRIENDLY ATTuTuoE MAKES num POPULAR WITH THE CHILDREN AND AuuLTs or THE COMMUNITYs SCHOOL Bus DRIVERS: ALTON Flx, HARRY BELL, ROBERT WAGNER, EARL WERNER, CLARENCE WALTER, ANTHONY PIECHOCKI, WENDELIN MEUER, NELSON CRONIN. 35a TAFF OUR CAFETERIA suPERvnsons, MRS. HEALY AND Mas. Swvzas Oun GASHIER, Miss WNUK Mn. HORNI MR. WAHR B6 "OUR FUTURE" Ads ' e ' "" V! 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MERcHANonsE,cRocERuEs' BOOTS, SHOES Cown.E.svn.LE, N.Y. DHONE 3704 SIGIVIUND MILES Lakuwed Pea! cafai' ' 'REQEN1' I502 TOWN LINE and ELLICUTT ROADS -Hop at BI LLI E is Lou TRQPPMANS mvenu BEER-LIquoR. Wwe- Luucl-Iss WENDE Reno "Mlu.GRovE, N.Y. Pl-Iowa ALDEN 40IB Mizz? SIE IOII CI S3 OF l952 -7 mdvjm I-89 4IS..'ll'.W. COM PL! M ENTS O F IIPIHUMIIBIINE ANUII-UNYIINIH-IINCC. THE Qufijigilfmi' STUDENT EUUNCU. PHONE PA. 5039 '1952 I-IELENS MooeRN CABINS U C0""UZZ""e'W' 7111 BRoAowAv If 021-f GNW I ALDENI N.Y WestA!de,Yl,N.Y Phone, 5622 2 U ' 1 ami C' of WESTALDEN N 7023 BROADWAY ELAUGHTER HOUSE Bvescsv Bn.ur-Tens: Snmuzv Fax, DoNAu.n WEBSTER Pe-nom-L: ALDEN 3028 ' U.S. Rouve :Lo C m Ibnents of oc:-I ERS 0 fa EUSHINGS DRUG STORE ZOMUES E7lE'g7ognEggiC1:.?f,olLI1.UJESAROUTE 10 LdrzcaSz'er, lk K PHoNe:l:4IAEuu5x 5427 Ll PSRR Pvmagls, PROP G C ' 'ears-r!rBA'f FEED 85:12 Dre., Goocls Hardware Drugs' BLUE COAL - SEMET so1.vAv com-1 Groceries Pho FEED a FARM SUPPLIES' cusrom GRINDING Marilla, N.Y.. Mariia 5415' PURINA- wp-VNE cuaws Boots and Shoes BOB-WHITE BARN SPRAY ..-.J I J Campffbvenfs of WW TWZM HERNERS Fmmfns D'AMg5ESRA ES 'Qi FLOWERS Fon ALL OZCASKONS WATCH REPAI R WEDDING Boueusrs- FUNERAL DESIGNS A Spscilll-T RE.41oe - .9 . , 'Q' ZW Zancastccw V BROADWAY-CHEEKTOWAGA, NEW YORK . 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Phone.: Alden 4352 WALL -llLE.S, FLOORHLES, lNLAlDs FORMlCA'S CARPETING AND Russ Qlniv 7240 ggcem asm Plumbing - Water Pumps - Base Board Flcatl ng DM KNARR PHONE. H81 73l9 BRoADwAv ALDEN,NEW YORK sfffiiifmn ll THIUIVIFNIPTNIS SERVICE STAT! UN Genesee Srneev MILLGRDVE, N.Y. SPeclAL Pnlce on GCODYEAR TIRES SUNOCO GAS MlCHAEL'5 ESSO SERVICE CENTER Genesee Ann Home RoADs Aeoen 5858 Pon-n us SuPeReTTe Genesee RoAo Aenen, N.Y. Pnone 5597 I A- . 'Red and White Store 6555 Bnoaownv Reeenr 21h1 Towneune, N.Y. Garas and Sons' MEAT MARKET EALUEN, New Yonx HARDEST Wonxens ALICE F E Y RoaeRT Bosca Cemence Bun-rnacen Gen em Auf:-noneen Ny experrhnce is your protection COUNTY LINE AND BROADWAY TELE DARIEN CENTER Ak-.DEN 2645 L.M.K I inge l sm if :E F, PLUMBING HeATlne .E ET 'W ReGen1 -1605 .,1, QJJF 1282 Town Lune Roan ALnen HENRY E STEP:-:An Cellar Service and Gracfbwj 6555 BROADWAY LAncAsTsR, N.Y. Recent 562h Complimenfs of Benign MYQTOTS COMPUMENTSOF WARDTUOLAND MACHINECQINC. 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