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

 - Class of 1952

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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

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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



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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.

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