Alexander High School - Record Yearbook (Alexander, NY)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1947 volume:
O SPONSORED B9 THE
CLHSS Of '47 Of THE
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In publishing The Wake, we, the
Class of 'L7, have endeavored to bring
the annals of A.C.S. up to dateg and
to preserve the memories of our final
years on board the 'Mighty A'
EDITOR IN CHIEF- -
ASSISTANT EDITORS -------
BUSINESS MANAGERS -------
ADVERTISING- - -
Arthur De Muth
CIRCULATION ------- - - -Willard Sohriner
Louise L. Tribe
June, and Janet
Mr. J. D. Weidert
Norris Geer '
Kinner and Gohlke
SPORTS EDITORS- -
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The Senior Class respectfully dedicates the l9L7 annual to
Dr. John Kneller, former school physician, who succumbed in the
early fall of the current school year.
A leader in his profession in this area, Dr. Kneller had
devoted years of service to Attica and Batavia and surrounding
smaller com unities. Those whom he served in a professional cap-
acity as well as those who numbered among his many friends real-
ized a poignant loss in his passing.
Dr. Kneller's professional service to the school, as well as
his medical work in the area, made his passing seem a personal
loss to the Alexander Central student body and personnel who had
many occasions to note his professional skill and generosity.
Working with Mrs. Kneller, our incomparable school nurse, Dr.
Kneller and his contact with the school gave students and parents
the firm assurance that at all times school health problems were
being competently checked.
As with all men whose lives are dedicated to the service of
others, Dr. Kneller will live in the minds of those whom he so
capably served. 'The great business of life is to be, to do---
and to depart.'
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Pres. Herbert A. RHPP
V.P1'6S. C.E.Johncox Clerk, Edward F. Glor
Though few of us are con-
scious of it, our Board
of Education is constant-
ly behind us endeavoring
to ease our paths through
school. Their careful
planning and arranging of
school activities cannot
pass unappreciated. The
class of '47 wishes to
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A. Warren Dayton
Many of us have been under the
guidance of WProf' throughout our
entire high school life and have
found his advice and counsel to be
of soundness and value. His know-
ledge of all subjects so difficult
for beginning Freshman, learned
Sophomores,hardworking Juniors, and
harassed, worried and suddenly am-
bitious Seniors is exceptional and
very welcome. In times of tria1,no
matter how trivial or how important
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ment so necessary to the making of
a good principal. We, as Seniors,
express our gratitude to Mr. Dayton
for his unfailing help and under-
un, Verna Knellsr
Sparkling humor accompanies Mrs. Kne11er's
efficient concern for the welfare of the
students of 1.6.3. The flow of students'
to the clinic for advice reflects her gens
ulne interest in each student. Again this
year the fortunate girls assisting her in
the clinic can look back on many generous
parties sponsored by our Nurse Kneller,
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Miss Frances Parise
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at the students whims and notions, and no
matter how busy doing 100 and 1 favors for l
other people, Frances still has time to ask
if there is 'anything I can do for you.'
With her remarkable patience and effort she
has become a part of all the things in school
life that students remember.
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A THE LOG T
As a good omen for twelve years of smooth sailing, bright fall sunshine fell
across the bow of the 'Mighty A', as she weighed anchor in the fall of 1935 with
Ann Rider, Helen Wilcox, and Norris Geer in the original crew. Early in March,
Violet Glor boarded the ship from Dist.9, Attica. Twins James and John Smith
added new interest as they were initiated into the realm of Neptune in the third
year of the voyage. The fourth sojourn from home port added four new shipmatesg
Edith Judkins from Dist. lL, Ray, Irene Dembowski from Dist. 8, Town Line Roadg
Phyllis Brown of District 8, and Robert Golanski who was transferred to another
ship at the end of the same year.
Upon leaving port in 1939. the ship's crew was substantially increased by
six new recruits raising the total number of tars to 15. Donning the blues that
year were Ann Meyers with boot training at St. Joseph's School in Bataviag Gordon
Harding, a recruit from Bethany, together with following apprenticesg Gloria Myers
from Dist. 10, Janet Schroeder from Dist. ll, John Cichocki from Dist. 5 and
Margaret Heintz from Dist. 5.
The Sixth year of the voyage began with the addition of but three to a crew
already well acclimated to the rigors of sea life, June Hoover of Dist. 12, Herbert
Howard, Paviliong and Joan Hinckley from distant Tusoon, Arizona. James and John
Smith temporarily left the 'Mighty A' when they were transferred to another ship.
Three promising young seamen joined forces in the memorable year of l9L1:
Karl Gohlke with basic training in Cleveland, Ohio, Allan Jensen and Richard Mazur,
young boots from Linden District School. '
Judy Debo became one of the crew in the eventful eighth year of the vo age
when 20 loyal crewmen received the coveted title of 'AB'iable-bodied seameng.
By this time the 'Mighty A' had proved herself a sea-worthy craft with a
promising future. .The crew assumed serious duties and responsibilities with the
help of five new hopeful seamen: Two would-be-sailors from Buffalo, Richard Kinner
and Robert Golanski, the latter a former shipmateg Jean Reimer, from Batavia,
Willard Schriner, a young boot from Attica, and Florence Piontkowski from Lancaster.
Miss Esther Healy, now Mrs. Whitney, was chosen as special counselor, guiding the
activities of the crew under the leadership of Gordon Harding, President: Judy
Debo, Vice-presidentg Jean Reimer, Secretary, and Ann Rider, Treasurer. The crew
elevated into the new rank of high school life, sponsored the traditional dance and
and entertained the Juniors with a sports program, followed by refreshments.
The Journey's tenth year was directed by Richard Kinner as President, aided 1
by Vice-president, June Hoover, Secretary, Norris Geer, and Treasurer, Ann Rider. 3
Miss Maney, now Mrs. Minor, assumed the task of advisor to a busy crew who sponsored
a class dance, decorated the Christmas tree on the upper deck and entertained the
Seniors with a movie, 'Beau Geste', followed by refreshments ln the Galley. Adding
to the successes of the year came two new recruits, Dawn Dohse from South Byron,
and Dorothy Foster from Batavia. Helen Wilcox was forced to take sick-leave in the
middle of the voyage and was unable to remain an active crewman. -
The eleventh venture into unchartered waters was directed by Richard Kinner,
re-elected president, Vice-presedent, Joan Hinckley, Secretary, Norris Geer, and
Treasurer, Ann Rider. Mrs. Minor as crew advisor, piloted the crew through a
round and square dance, three one-act plays and the first.finanoially successful
Junior Prom since 1941. The crew enjoyed a skating party sponsored for them by
the crew of the ship of"L9. By this time the 'Mighty A' was manned by a crew of
twenty-four, boosted to twenty-six with the apprearance of Helen Darbee from East
Aurora and Arthur DeMuth from Buffalo. The latter boot was transferred to a more
official ship in the spring of the year but upon discharge from the U.S.N., he
once more resumed training on board the 'Mighty AW, -
As the ship set sail in September of 1946, the tars looked enthusiastically
toward the final vouage of the faithful 'A', A more mature better-trained crew
combined regular duty with two dances, a one-act play, a log of the 12 year v
journey, and a five day shore-leave in New York City. The orginal crew welcomed
the return of the Smith Brothers, James and John, along with Frances Putnam and
Betty Folk, all recruits from Putnam Settlement. We've seen too, the familar face A
of Carlton Wight who returned to finish the voyage he was unable to complete last A
As the log of the 'Mighty A' draws to a close, thirty ancient mariners regret-
filly face the forthcoming discarges from services. The devotion of the 'A's' A
personnel to the mother ship will remain unchanged though the future holds the
disbanding of the orginal crew.
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Oh, Heck! Horse races
Doe Head! Chevrolet
Huba, Huba! Hunting
Silly Boy! Hawaii
No,Not That! Movies
Oh, Nertz! Basketball
Drop Daid! Hunting
Hiya, Honey! Sleep
Oh,that Kid! No homework
Donft be funny! Curly Hair
More Fun! Sleeping
Get Lost! Fast Cars
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It's wicked! Chem.Class
Not that Again! Lux Theater
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CLHSS UF 1947
The officers who have guided us through our last year at Alexander Central
school were elected by the class as follows:
Vice President-Richard Kinner
Faculty Advisor-Miss Elverta Turk
We look back on our last year and to th
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feeling of pride in a job well done. Consulting the record, we find that our
Senior year has been the most active for us by far and away. Our first event
was our dance on October ll which proved to have the largest attendance of any
this season. To bolster our treasury, we sold magazines in early November.
Our second dance was held on January 31, which was a success in spite of the
The class went to New York City on April 17 for a four day stay. This
had been our goal for four years, and was the biggest of our activities. Our
graduation on June 23rd was the crowning event of our year's labor and activ-
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R. Brown, R. Carson, E. Worthington, R. Hume, R. Hulshoff, R. Howard,
C. Williams, R. Meier, F. Buckenmeyer, G. Marquardt
L. Goodman, S. Mellenthein, C. Johncox, M, Westermeier, S. Spaulding,
J. Moore, In Wohlschlagel, B. Cochran, D. Howard, M. Reilly, T. Wik-
torski, E. Minton, F. Zalenski
J. Price, L. Lyons, L. Waite, R. Westermeier, D. Woodruff, Miss Les-
ter, M. Richert, R. Myers, E. Schmieder, D. Wolfley, D. Hinckley,
Junior Class began the school year with the election of officers as
Vice President---Rosemary Westermeier
class selected Mrs. Miner as class advisor but due to her resignation
faculty, Miss Lester was chosen.
first activity of the year was a Thanksgiving dance November 27 which
successful. On March 28, three one-act plays were presented, and the
operation of every member of the class and the coaching by faculty
members insured its success. The Junior Prom was held May 16 with many attend-
ing and all having an enjoyable time.
to the tradition we were entertained by the Freshmen class, and enjoyed
it very much. Many of our class members have taken part in activities during
the year. Three of our girls are active cheerleaders, and many of outstanding
basketball players 'hailn from the Junior class. Also some of our members have
participated in the speaking contest. The class members are proudly wearing
their class rings and are looking forward to their Senior year.
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Andrews, J. Meyers, R. Koziarski, H. Hensel
Burch, E. Wolfley, L. Huber, H. Kautz,
Gilhooly, J. Kielbasa, N. Keicher, B. Graff
Trybnekiewicz, L. Laben,E. Humel, V. Grant,
Rozborski, J. Hoover, G. Acquard, M. Warren
Tenney, B. Foster
Hensel, P. Berryman, F.Penkszyk, Mr. Weidert,
Idzik, J. Sanders, E. Glor, L. Putnam
De pski, M. Parise
class or 1949
At our first meeting in September the officers were chosen b
Vice President-Francis Idzik
Mr. John Weidert was chosen as advisor.
The Sophmore boys have been active in basketball and other sports and closed a
very successful season.
y the class as fol
As is the custom, the class set up and trimmed the tree inside the main en-
trance at Christmas time. Because of a full schedule of the school, the class
dance could not be held at Christmas timeg however it was held on May 2, the
music being furnished by the Wyoming Woodohoppers. In the latter part of
May, theSophomoresgeve the Seniors the traditional treat. We now look for-
ward to our year as Juniors.
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Second Row: D. Balduf, R. Vanderwarker, P.
R. Bower, G. Buckenmeyer, R. Ri
Third Row: G.
. Gammack, W. Gardner, J. Wirth, W. Alwardt, K. Dart, N, Hopkins
Bartz, L. Backman, P. Worthington,
Ferry, B. Warner, C. Duckworth, M. Gilhooly, V. Willard, J. Waite,
. Gardiner, A. Harding, M. Mazur, M. Golanski, A. Warner
A. Diemoz, Mr. Feltham, G. Roberts,
Fourth Row: E. Kruppa, G. Wight, N. Welker,
L. Embt, M. Coisman, W. Worthington
Front Row: C. Sched, D. Punches, A. Burch,
. Sojda, C. Khminski
The Freshman Class started the year with the
Coach Feltham was elected class advisor.
Several of our boys were active in sports during the year and two of our girls,
Audrey Harding and Jane Sojda, were on the cheering squad.
In March we made a donation to the Red Cross
but our first real activity in high
school was our Spring Dance which was held on April 18th.
We also upheld the long-established tradition of entertaining the Juniors. The
occasion was a siating party at Silver Lake.
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Top Row: J. Judkins, W. Kelsey, D. Pfalzer, R. Weckenheim, K. Goodman, W. Bak-
er, R. Harris, J. Ruhlman, N. Fleming
Second Row: D, Warren, C. Kittle, R. Lapp, G. Cupicha, C. Kelley, R, Hawker, S.Phr-
ise, R. Patterson, R. Norton, R. Heiman, K. Lyons.
Third Row: S. Hinckley, M. Smykowski, D. Hodge, J. Laben, S. Carson, D. Beechler
' H. Kramer, L. Sohenok, D. Bowen, A. Curtiss, S. Brown, B. Adams, A. Van
Fourth Row: E. Kautz, W, Cook, J. Koester, MrS-Parker, J. Gardner, Mr. Halbert, L.
Pope, Miss Kenyon, B. Bowen, J. Sanders, P. Ralyea, F. Baltz
Fifth Row: R. Good, W. McCullough, D. Glor, R. Alwardt, B. Spring, S. Green,
E. Schiller, J. Good, R. Hoover
Absent: A. Snyder, A. Tooley, L. Higgins, D. Klossner, L. Shafer, H. Kramer,
V. Myers, B. Shadbolt, L. Good
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iome day weigh anchor on a longer cruise aboggd tie ghggoogeiigiagz 32132 :ggi
minggggiagggitgathg members of the Class of '51 for the perserverance and deter-
s rought them this far lo th .
seas ahead will not discourage them or bgeaggtheesgggit wiiggpg that the heavy
for a healthy, happy and efficient crew. Class of '51, We1come?A:ga?g?esSary
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L. Higgins, S. Andrews, J. Cochran, J. Morse
V. Trybuskiewicz, S. Schmieder, P. Volino, J.
W. Wolfley, J, Kendall, E. Brown, J. Schad
D. Foster, D. Tharnish, R. Patterson, D. Huber
P. James, K. Kruetter, H. Kruetter
G. Linsey, A. Armstrong, S. Austin
C. Klossner, M. Andrews, R. Hilkin, D. Pestlen,
L. Rennicks, G. Lake
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2. Buokenmeyer, M. Wight, B. Kingston, M. Fraz
M. Mallison, J. Reenter, P. Hampton, J. Wirth,
P. Gear, J. Hoover, J. Meyers, R. Jack
G. Morse, G. Greiner
L. Parrish, R. Esterbrook
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R. Parise, B. Harding, A. Jewell, J. Greiner,
D. Townsend, A. Good, A. Hawker, E. Bartz, C.
D. Schiller, T. Kendall, L. Garigen, R. Yager,
: N. Pestlen, P. George, E. Cupicha, P. Vander-
walker, E. Joslin, W. Kolberg
W. Greiner, R. Foster, M. Myers
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Rich, E. Geer
. F. Kellner, H. Spring, D. Glor, H. Alwardt, R.
Mielcerek, A. Klossner
Williams, R. Tenney, M. Heiman, N. Lewii
Hodge . T
Z Gardner, J. Glor, B. Beechler, J. Spring,
' Thernish, J. Robutka, G. Heiman, -R. WHSDGI'
' Pralzer, A. Duckworth, J. Williams
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J. Regan, P. Kautz, C. Burch, J. Warner,
. Lake, J. Curtiss, Z. Worthington, R. Kelsey,
. Perkins, M. Kirsch, C. Hodge, M. Higgans,
. Howard, K. Balduf, R. Wagner, M. Rosemark
. Rindgr, J. Snyder, B. Kruetter, C. Snell
E. Lyons, L. Goodman, F. Kolberg, K. Urban
. Abendschein, J. Sodja, R. Kirsch, P. Myers
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J. Rider, R. Triftshauser, J. Jack
R. Adams, B. Triftshauser, A. Lincoln, C. Dart,
R. Moore, S. Kruszelnioki, P. Green, M. Bartz
E. ?erkins, L. Buckenmeyer, P. Greiner, P.
Spaulding, M. Strong
D. Baker, R. Harris, B. Balduf, G. Carter,
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Waite, M. Wardwell, G. Neubarth, G. Gilhooly,
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Volino, G. Dailey, M. Wolfley, N. Green
. Morse, J. Perkins, B. Greiner, B. Klossner
Perkins, S. Werner, B. Diemoz, C. Hirsch
Bowen, J. Townsend, A. Roth, C. Lathan
George, J. Hayman, E. Kruetter.
Greiner, C. Howard
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Brown, D. Freeman, G. Kittle, J. Pestlen,
Goodman, P. Geitner, D. Kendall, D. Snyder,
gnyier, J. Skrzygki, H. Wyman, D. Wright'
Brown, E. Lyons, R, Ysger, W. Peck
Werner, D. Werner, D. Harkness, G. Kelsey
Blowers, J. Stewart
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. Skrzycki, C. Bruggman, J. Huber, D. Begg,
Foeller, S. Bowen, P. Ilg, N. Bang, C. Duck-
N. Mellenthein, C. Kruetter, A. Garigen, M. Buck-
enmeyer, J. Embt
E. Kirsch, J. Pfelzer, M. Heiman, J. Hampton, R.
P. Hoover, S. Swarts, D. Townsend, W. Shea
Balbick, J. Yoder, A. Ralyea, F. Morse
Goetz, R. Balduf, R. Reilly, C. Hopkins
Snyder, G. Wohlschlaael, S. Patterson,
Soeulding, M. Snell, L. Wagner
Parise, F. Reilly, G. Kittle
Fisher, D. Parrish, C. Elwell, N. Bartz
Myers, M. Hilkin
. Sanders, J. Bower, B. Bolz, S. Wiktorski
Robbins, E. Bruggman, M. Rogers, E. Shaffer
Hofert, L. Pfalzer, W. Hensel, G. Baker
. Sched, R. Werner, J. Rehm, L. Garigen
. Glor, V. Walker, J, Kelsey, L. Moore, D.
Ruhlman, S. Wight, P. Bennett
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T. Felthem, D. Bowen, D. Beechler
Second Row: R. Higgins, D, Gohlke, D. Bowen
145, Third Row: B. Werner, D. Wagner, L. Werner
X! Fourth Row: N. Brown, B, Perkins, B. Bowen
'f" Fifth Row: L. Roth, S. Dayton, M. Austin
Sixth Row: R. Kruszelnioki, J. Howard, E. Synder '
Seventh Row: C. Lloyd, N. Greiner, J. Willard
Absent: L. Schunk, H. Kirsch, G. Hodge, R. Post,
K. Bowen, G. Ahl .
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D. Strong, R, Pope, E. Bontrager, J. Zak
J. Fouller, S. Tiede
G. Grefrath, G. Geitner, G. Burroughs g.
c-. wright, N. Baldur, A. Kirsch 'Sb
C., Belduf, B. E1we11, T. Pfalzer ,9 -
M. Gonlke, G. Jewell, M. shea, R. scnunk,
L. Wright, V. Myers, R. Bowen
Tenny, G. Geitner, B. Buckenmeyer,
Cook, A. Cathie, G. Dugan, D. Lincoln
Smith, M. Kreutter, P. Gardner, P, Lyons
James, R. Shea, R. Bartz, F. Lake
Judkins, R. Witorski, K. Klossner
Sillaway, B. Hodge, S. Staba
VanBuren, B. Sprague, W. Wood
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Sggong Row: A. Meyers,'J. Hinckley, P- BTOWD: J- HOOVST, A- RideT,V- Glor
Third Row: N. Geer, J. Smith
Anne Purcell ------- --------- -
Vivian George ---- ------- -----PhY1liS Brown
Vic Lewis ------
Ed Burns ...... .....-- ----- ---Gordon Harding
Lou Heron--------------------June noover
Howard Brant ----------- ------
Mr. Purcell --------- ----
Mrs. Purcell ------
Aunt Maude ------
President Dixon ------------- -Arthur DeMuth
Despite the efforts of the weatherman to the contrary, the Seniors look
back with pride upon the November 22 production of the annual senior play. The
genuine fun and merriment in rehearsals compensated for the blinding blizzard
whose howls harmonized with the equally vigorous response of a hilarious aud-
ience. A repeat performance on December 3 once again put Brookfield College
student Howard Brant through his last minute preparation of a term paper in
Zoology, for several minutes firmly refused by a stubborn Professor Bean -----
that is, until Howard's Aunt Maude, disguised as a well-known scientist, charms
him into believing the paper is worthy of acceptance. An ingenious Anne Pur-
cell, aided by her cooperative friends succeeds in abating the antagonism be-
tween President Dixon and Mr. Purcell to the point where all ends happily with
Brookfield College the benefactor of a new science building, thanks to Mr. Pur-
Thanks to the help and patience of Miss Turk, our director, the play IHS
a great success.
Top Row: J. Green, R. Carson, C. Williams, R. Hume, E. Wohlschlagel, D. Hinc-
Second Row: J. Price, R. Brown, R. Howard, Miss Osborne, Miss Turk, Miss Kenyon,
D. Woodruff, R. Hulshoff, L. Warren
Third Row: D. Howard, L. Waite, B. Cochran, S. Spaulding, M. Richert, J. Moore,
M. Reilly, C. Johnccx,
Fourth Row: L. GOOGMBH. E. Schmieder, T. Wiktorski, D. Wclfley
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The Junior Plays were a great success this yesr. The three plays-'A Date
For Bobby Sox' 'Tea at Four', and 'The Pampered Derling', were directed by Miss
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Kenyon, Miss Turk, and Miss Osborne, respectively. Despite colds, flu, an a
weather, the plays progressed steadily and the finished product was presented on
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Hesrly every one a p , A
ented at Corfu Grange Hall on April 18, 1947
ers, or ushers. The Plays were pres
and were a great success. .We are all looking forward to our Senior Play, which
we hope will be bigger and better. H
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First Row: W. Alwardt, D. Hinckley, R. Rich, B. Graff, K. Burch, J. Smith
H. Hansel, D. Balduf, L. Gammack
Second Row: L. Embt, R. Bower, E. Worthington, A. Diemoz, R. Carson, H.
Howard, H. Kautz, F. Buckenmeyer, F. Gilhooly, R. Golanski, L.
Third Row: D. Worthington, R. Colantonio, R. Meier, G. Buckenmeyer, K.
Klossner, R. Vanderwarker, E. Wolfley, J. Kielbasa, N. Keicher
D. Norton, J. Smith
Fourth Row: G. Andrews, K. Dart, R. Koziarski, R. Hume, R. Kinner, N. Geer
Mr. Gardiner, D. Woodruff, R. Howard, J. Price, J. Cichocki.
Absent: K. Gohlke, C. Kaminski
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F. F. A. Officers:
President ------------ ----- Norris Geer
Vice President ------------ Donald Woodruff
Secretary ----------------- Rich rd Kinner
Treasurer ----------------- John Price
Reporter -------------- ---- Richard Howard
Sentinel--- --------------- Robert Hume
Regular business and recreation meetings were held once a month
throughout the year. In cooperation with the Home Economics Class we
had a Halloween Party. At Christmas the girls prepared and served a
Turkey Dinner which was enjoyed by all who attended.
The F. F. A. held their annual dance on January 17, and this was
one of the most successful dances ever conducted by the club.
During the winter, the club bouaht a radio-nhonograph combination T
to be used in the classroom for educational purposes and at other times
for entertainment of F. F. A. members.
At the annual Father and Son Banquet in April, awards were made to
the Basketball players who had participated in the majority of the F.F.A.
We closed our social activities for the year with a skating party
at Silver Lake with the Home Economics Girls.
First Row: C. Snell, F. Kellner, E. Reilly, J. Meyers, D. Warren, J. Judkins,
W. Alwardt, C. Kittle, J. Price, D. Worthington, J. Smith, R. Pat-
terson, K. Dart, R. Koziarski, J. Smith, H. Hensel, W. Wolfley, C.
Rich, R. Parise, B. Klossner
Second Row: R. Bowen J. Kreutter, E. Kautz, N. Fleming, A. Diemoz, P. Worth-
ington, C. Kelley, E. Worthington, R. Hume, D. Woodruff, R. Hul-
shoff, S. Parise, R. Hawker, R. Norton, R. Patterson, D. Tharnish,
A. Waite, C. Morse, P. George
Third Row: L. Goodman, W. Kolberg, L. Gsmmack, R. Baltz, R. Lapp, R. Brown,
5 F. Gilholly, K. Klossner, F. Buckenmeyer, H. Kautz, R. Meier, L.
Warren, R. Golanski, L. Huber, R. Judkins, G. Andrews, R. Chad-
dock, R. Good, E. Perkins
Fourth Row: W. Baker, W. Kelsey, J. Lavender, B. Graff, G. Marquardt, K. Burch
P. Bartz, Mr. Gardiner, L. Embt, G. Morse, F. Penszyk, E. Wolfley,
R. Rich, R. Tenney, S. Wlktorski, P. Judkins
Fifth Row: E. Geer, R. Wagner, G. Spring, E. Williams, L. Pope, D. Pestlen, C
Brown, R. Hager, R. Kelsey, H. Alwardt, R. Hoover, D. Townsend, R.
Alwardt, R. Charles, E. Lyons, J. Morse, R. Dart, A. Klossner, H.
The LH work is becoming increasingly popular with the young people of
the school area. Our county agent is Mr. M. J. Merton and this year he has
been assisted by Mr. John Barney, club agent at large. This organization
promotes interest and participation in farm and homemaking projects.
There is a wide variety of projects from which to choose. Garden, Pot-
atoes and Forestry are projects that are the easiest for the first year
member because they require little skill to complete. Other projects or in-
terest are sheep, cattle, swine and poultry. During the last two years, new
opportunities have been given to poultry members. The state offered thirty-
five pheasant chicks to any LH'ers free of charge. They paid ninety cents
for every pheasant that was given back at the age of eight weeks.
The L-H Farm Shop Club, led by Mr. Gardiner, is composed entirely of
eighth grade boys. In this club the boys learn to splice rope, solder, tie
knots, lace belts and make rope'halters. The best work is exhibited at the
County Fair in competition with other schools in the County. Any LH'er may
compete at the Batavia Fair in the exhibits and the judging contests.
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John Wirth-Alto Clarinet
The Officers of the band were elected as follows:
President-Ann Meyers '
Vice President-Janet Schroeder
Librarian-Norris Geer Q
Emma Jean Grant
The largest Senior Band in several years, organized under supervision of 'Pop'
Hulshoff, has had a very successful year with several outstanding appearances.
On October 25th we were invited to march at the Akron-LeRoy football game but A-
we were rained out. Janet Schroeder Phyllis Brown Marion Rich t Ann M
ers and Norris Gear participated in the All State Band-at Jamestown: November-
st and on November Sth all Senior band members attended the Marine Band Con- '
cert in Buffalo. Beginning November 15th we played for all home basketball
games and for the semi-finals at the Armory. On December 13th we sponsored a'
concert-dance which was very successfulg A V '
Currently the band is preparing several selection for a group of.records!t0, 2
be made soon by Bill Birdf V --
Rita Ann Buckenmeyer
Mary Louise Gilhooly
Mary Ahn Golanski
Mary Ann Mazur
Sally Ann Spaulding
Glenna Roberts .
Donald Woodruff '
Under the direction of Miss Louise Tribe, the mixed chorus of approximately
one nunarea members has completed a successful program. .In November, they pre-
sented the operetta, WH. M. S. Pinafore' for the benefit of buying chorus robes.
They also, participated in the Christmas program as an angelic choir. Now they
are making arrangements for the spring festival.
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Vice President-Ann Meyers
E Secretary k Treasurer-Sally Ann Spaulding
On October 15 we invited the Attica girls to a soccer play day. Fun was
had by allg and in November, Attica invited us up to a basketball play
day. We enjoyed the swimming at the beginning of the year. On M ch l
ten girls went for a basketball play day. Relay races were enjoyed and,
then came the games. We were very proud that night, for we had won the
amp onship of all the Genesee County schools represented. On March
lL the honor team was not as successful in their game. We've all found
pleasure this year in working together. Let's hope that next year will
prove to be as prosperous as this one has been. Here's a word of thanks
to Miss Saokett for pulling us through some 'mighty tough spots' when we
were slowly parting.
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Mary Ann Bartz
Directed by Mr. Hulshotf, the Junior Band practices every Monday and Wednesday
first period. They are very capable young students who are unable to join the
-Senior Band because of its already large number of members. These industrious
musicians are valuable to the Senior organization because they insure perfect-
ibn through their early training.
Besides playing with the Senior Band at home basketball games, these up and
coming students are planning to play in the Spring Festival program.
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lf' President-John Price
'pf Vice President-Karl Gohlke
NWQ Secretary-Richard Kinner
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Top Row: R. Hulshoff, R. Hume, E. Worthington, E. Wohl-
schlagel, L. Huber, B. Graff, K. Burch, R. Col-
ontonio, G. Andrews
Bottom Row: J. Price, R. Brown, R. Kinner
In September a group of Senior and Junior boys started a
rifle club. By working a night a week in the school base-
ment, they constructed a range suitable for use with.22
caliber rifles. Under the instruction of Hr. Forrest Wagner,
practice was held one niqht a week. The boys joined the
N. R. A. under which ammunition can be purchased at a re-
1 The boys are planning additions to their range and the pru-
f chasing of more equipment. In the future they hope to shoot
in matches with other schools in the area.
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h S11 Girls end their school career with pleasant memories of
n the past four years of music. This year the girls sang at
the R001tHl of APTil 3rd, and at present are planning for the
ji coming Spring Concert.
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Standing: Mr. Hulshoff, R. Hulshoff, N. Gear, L.'Waite, Igjzxw
J. Moore, R. Brown, A. Meyers
Seated: S. Spaulding, J. Hoover, J. Meyers, V. Grant, 1
R. Buckenmeyer, R. Westermeier, P. Bartz, R.
With some popular new music, several practices, and the
capable guidance of WPop' Hulshoff, the dance band has had a
very successful year. We made our first appearance at the
Senior Play and returned for its repeat performance. Later
in the year, we played for the presentation of the Junior
Plays here and also at their presentation at Corfu.
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.j C. Schad, J. Smith, E. Glor, G. Myers, G. Ferry
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Seated: 'f P. Worthington, D. Worthington, D. Foster, V. .
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One of the new groups to be found this year is the Art
Club, which was started by Mrs. Choppe. A new organization
must make a strong effort to arouse interest in the club, and
in selecting its number. This way no exception! Every month
a school calendar is made and placed in the foyer of the soh-
ool. In April, the first issue of the 'Crossroads of A.C.S.'
appeared, a bi-monthly newspaper published by the Club. We
are now looking forward to bigger and better future.
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Standing: D. Hinckley, R. Mazur, H. Kautz, G. Harding,
D. Woodruff, M. Schenck
Kneeling: R. Marquardt, F. Buckenmeyer, D. Schramm, R.
Brown, Coach Feltham
Undefeated League champions for the second consecutive
year, our team contrasted eighteen wins with two losses, once
being subdued by Attica in an overtime period and again by I
Pittsford in the semi-finals.
Under the guiding hand of Ooach Feltham the team accu-
mulated a 4 year record of 67 wins and 11 losses. Only seven
of these losses were in the regular seasons of play, the other
four being in the Sectional Play-Offs. We now have thirty-
two straight league wins, dating from January 19, 1945. This
record means that we have won more than we have lost with '
every team we have played in four years. 4
The peak of scoring was reached in the game with Wyoming
when our team amassed 74 points. The low ebb of scoring was
attained in the Attica game with a disannointing tally of 27
Name G. F.G. F. Tot. Avg. Nov. 15 Alexander
Kautz 20 93 39 225 11.25 Nov. 19 Alexander
BUCKSHHGYST 20 97 29 223 11.15 Nov. 26 Alexander
Marquardt 20 86 27 199 9.95 Dec. 6 Alexander
Harding 20 57 39 153 7.66 Dec. 10 Alexander
Schramm 17 16 8 40 2.35 Dec. 13 Alexander
Hinckley 16 13 7 33 2.1 Dec. 20 Alexander
Brown 18 6 8 20 1.1 Jan. 3 Alexander
Woodruff 14 5 0 10 .71 Jan. 10 Alexander
Mazur 13 1 2 4 -3 Jan. 14 Alexander
gums 3 1 0 2 .66 Jan. 17 Alexander
atterson 2 1 0 2 1.0 Jan. 24 Alexander
Welker l 1 0 2 2.0 Jan. 28 Alexander
SCUSHOK 1 0 1 1 1.0 gag. 5 Alexander
V e . 7 lexander
Totals 20 377 160 91L Feb. 14 Alexander
Feb. 18 Alexander
Feb. 21 Alexander
3 Mar. 7 Alexander
ii Mar. 12 Alexander
27, Attica 28
41, Corfu 23
35, Kendall 29
29, Wyoming 19
36, Elba 14
52, Pavilion 28
60, Bergen 20
43, S. Byron 17
44, Corfu 27
40, Kendall 30
39, Attica 25
57, Elba 23
55, Bergen 40
67, Pavilion 29
39, S. Byron 34
36, Port Byron
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R. Hulshoff, F. Penkszyk, N. Welker, E. Wolfley,
Kneeling: L. Gammack, K. Dart, H. HenSel, Coach Weidert,
R, Garson, C. Kittle
A very unique tribute can be paid to the defensive
record of the 1946-47 Junior Varsity team. Through 19 ball
games the opponents scored more often from the foul line
than they did from the field. The team played truly great
defensive ball throughout the season.
Probably one of the biggest thrills of the year was the
very narrow 13-11 victory over Elba, which came after Jack
Meyers dropped in a bucket with 5 seconds to play.
The season was highly successful as the teams record
of 17 wins 115 in a row! against 2 losses shows. More sat-
isfaction can be realized from the fact that several of this
year's team members will be battling hard for varsity posi-
tions next year.
34 Oakfield 17
23 Attica 19
26 Warsaw 15
29 Corfu 22
20 Kendall 12
25 Wyoming 13
13 Elba 11
29 Pavilion 20
19 Bergen 8
26 South Byron 10
22 Corfu 14
23 Kendall 20
21 Wyoming 14
42 Attica 20
27 Elba 14
20 Bergen 22
30 South Byron 18
25 Pavilion 13
28 Batavia 34
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SEHIUH CHEEH LEHDERS
Gr-r-r-r-r fight say our ten penpy cheerleaders, as they end another
successful basketball season of cheering for the glory of A.C.S. All year
the squad has encouraged the team lOOM with earnest and enthusiastic back-
ing, never failing in its spirit.
This year the girls donned kelly green sweaters and yellow cotton skirts
which displayed a brilliant background for our winning team.
New cheers accompanied by a will to win and an unfailing spirit, will
make this past season one of the brightest in the school history.
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L. to R.: A. Harding, M. Parise, S. Dempski
Absent: J. Sojda
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Hensel, D. Woodruff, G. Harding, F. Buckenmeyer, R. Hume
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Schramm, Coach Feltham, F. Penkszyk, N. Welker, R. Brown,
Cichocki, D. Hinckley
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With the loss of but three of these boys thru
graduation, our prospects for next year appear quite
promising and we hope to field another strong team,
which will provide plenty of rugged opposition for
our League opponents, as well as for any other teams
we may play.
Off to a slow start through lack of playhexper-
ience, we dropped our first game, a non-league affair,
at York by a O-7 count, but played them a much improv-
ed game a few days later at home, when they managed
to score in the last few minutes of the game on a free
kick which gave them a narrow 2-O margin of win.
Greatly encouraged by our improved play, we then
beat Attica lalso in non-league contest! twice and
were off in the right direction. We continued play-
ing better Soccer and so won six straight league con-
tests to complete an undefeated League Season.
We draw bye in quarter final completion and lost
a semi-final contest at Brighton High School by a 0-L
score to Wolcott, who went on to win the championship
of section five.
All in all, we feel we had a very successful sea-
son and enjoyed a good League schedule,the first rea-
lly organized, play during the last five years.
Alexander 0 York 7
Alexander 0 York 2
Alexander 4 Attica lO
Alexander 3 Attica 1
Alexander 8 Kendall 1'
Alexander- lO Bergen of
Alexander 8 Pavilion 1'
Alexander lO Pavilion 2'
Alexander 9 Bergen 1'
Alexander Kendall 0'
Alexander O Wolcott 4
Final Standings: ,
Won Lost Tie Total Points
Alexander 6 0 0 12
Kendall 3 3 0 6
Bergen 1 . L 1 3
Pavilion 1 L l 3'
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Standing: R. Patterson, R. Golanski, R. Hawker, J. Meyers, R. Brown,
G. Harding, F. Buckenmeyer, G. Marquardt, D. Hinckley, R.
Hulshoff, R. Mazur, A. Deimoz, N. Welker, K, Dart
Seated: D. Woodruff, L. Gammack, C. Kittle, N. Kiecher, Coach Fel-
tham, F. Gilhooly, E. Wolfley, L. Warren, J. Price
Alexander lost a chance to compete in Section-
al play by dropping its only contest with Corfu,
early in the schedule as it was decided later to
have separate play-offs for 'B' and WC' divisions.
However, we did complete a successful season as far
as games won and lost are concerned, winning 9 of
the 13 games played and 5 of 7 League Contests.
With the return of 6 lettermen for this years
squad we will have a sound nucleus around which to
build and should be a strong contender in our League
The addition of but a few of the many hopefuls who
have been just waiting their chance to break into
the starting line-up should ably fill those spots
left vacant by graduation, etc. 'Redn Marquardt
should be due for a great year of pitching and with
the help of extra coaching added to last years ex-
perience, should have a great year for himself. How-
ever, we shall need hitting also, to help him along
and should find this needed support from last years
big Wstickersng Dick Brown, Francis Buckenmeyer and
Gordon Harding whose timely blows aided materially
through last season. Red himself belongs in the
good-hitters division and aids his own cause often,
We look for a good year also from Fuzzy Meyers and
Duncan Hinckley who saw quite a lot of action last
year as well as from the hopeful group which schould
make competition keen enough to produce a good, well
balanced ball club.
June L Alexander 8
June 7 11
Batavia Javees 5
S. Byron 4'
Batavia Fresh. 1
Best Hitters-League Games
Players Games A.B. H. Per Cent
Marquardt 6 24 13 .5L2
Buckenmeyer 6 25 12 .L80
Brown 6 20 7 .350
Harding 6 20 5 .250
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Second Row: H. Hensel, L. Huber, D. Woodruff, G. Harding, R
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J, Meyers, F, Buckenmeyer, G. Marquardt, Coach
Feltham, J. Cichocki, R. Colontonio, L. Gammack
The Alexander cause was hampered by the disqualification
of three of the squad for scholastic difficulties on the
day of the m
eet. However, the remainder succeeded in at-
taining a satisfactory showing in the County meet.
The mile run was added this year to the usual list of
events,the final tally of which read as follows: Corfu 58
points, Alexander 33 points, and Elba 13 points.
Top Row: R. Kinner, R. Howard, H. Howard, R. Hum ,
anski, J. Price
Front Row: F. Buckenmeyer, N. Geer, L. Warren, R. Colontonio,
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The F. F. A. team completed another successful season
with a still undefeated record. Twelve men made up the squad
who played ten games against such organization as the Corfu
F. F. A. Team, Junior Jayvees, Alumni, Young Farmers and the
Eighth Grade Team. High scoring man was Norris Geer with nine-
ty-six points in ten games and Robert Hume was runnerup with
sixty-four points in nine games.
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