Alexander High School - Record Yearbook (Alexander, NY)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1955 volume:
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Senior Class OF '55
Alexander Central School
Sittings R Diemoz, R Werner, A Brown, B Keene, C Golanski, S Werner, B Greiner, D Anderson,
C Phillips, H Brown, B Klossner, Mrs Whalen, J Gerould
Standings Mrs Austin, Mr Kaminske, G Miller, P Judkins, N Green, J Kryman, R Greiner,
J Fichthorn, J Kittle, G Ahl, H Crater, M wlolfley, D Wright, K Howard, D Sawyer,
N Hilken, J Huber, G Kelsey, P Ilg, G lfyers, Q Waite
The "Records of 'SS " is an attempt to bring you a com-
pact fonn of yearbook, acknowledging every phase of school
life which should interest and inform the public about school
It is our belief that music in its modest manner supplies the strength we need to succeed and
the comfort to relax
We felt the effects of music as youngsters, humming nursery rhymes, and continued the relation
ship as we progressed into high school activities Music became increasingly important as many of
us joined senior band and chorus or gust listened to the band on snowy football fields
Now, as seniors, though these phases are still important, we turn also to the patriotic and
standard songs whose lyrics hold the truths which are so near to us now as we realize the strength
which inspired so marry former A C S. seniors and has served as an encouragement for us, OUI' Alma
The yearbook staff, encouraged by an inspiring theme,
has worked long and untirirgly to produce this yearboolf of
which we are 1ndeed proud
Mary Lou lblfley
and comfort they have afforded us. To the list of inspiring songs we would like to add another,
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We, the class of 1955 of Alexander Central School, dedlcate our yearbook, WRecords of 'SSW to
Mary Judge and Mr Dean Kaminske, both of whom have done much for our class
From the tlme we first started in
grade school until we entered high
school, we were under the careful gu1
dance of Miss Mary Judge We had her
as our second grade teacher, and inthe
later years she acted as gradeco-ordi
nator Miss Judge 15 such a k1nd, un-
derstand1ng and sympathetic personthat
ing hand and worthwh1le advicewhenever
we need her
ways been of
Mr Kaminske has been the head of
our sclence department for three years
and durlng that tlme has proved to be
a great asset to the school as ell as
a competent advisor to his students
He has devoted his t1me and energy to
the development of their abilities 1n
both academlc and athletic fields His
help have made hlm a favorite among
all who know hlm
for her school
and the boys and
girls who have
come under her
tut11age and in-
1S a joy to work
41th one who has
we are indeed
sorry to learn
that Mr Yaminske
is leaving our
school at theend
of this year we
miss h1m but we
wish hlm thekest
of luck 1n his
new position and
all his under-
+akings lH the
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she has always been ready with a help- sparkling personality and readiness to
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Mlss Leila 'ester
Miss Leila Lester w1ll always r main in the
hearts and m1nds of those who knew her
She was ever helpful, ever ready to listen
and to g1ve a w1se suggestlon when a student was
physlcally or emot1onally dlsturbed, M1ss Lester
was the teacher to whom one went for ass1stance
She either solved the student's problem
lmmediately secured the aid of one better qual
1fied to do
erning the affairs of an indivldual or class, lt
was she who remained late aft r scnool to help
In her qulet, efficient way, Miss
Lester was the person who managed to accompl1sh
the seem1ngly impossible
If there was any quest1on con-
Miss Lester sacrificed herself for her stu
dents,those young people who were her fr1ends. we
wonder if anyone can fully appreciate her incess
ant w1ll to help those who needed aid
Mr, Fred Wells
Although Alexander Central bchool was not
built as a memorial, it stands as a tribute to
Mr Fred Hells, whose devoted public spirit made
As President of the Board of Educatlon of
the old Alexander Central School, Mr Hells was
among the first to see the value of the new cen-
tral program, and it was he who inaugurated the
f1rst action in behalf of the present central
school by organizing other forward looking c1ti
zens of the commun1ty As President of the first
Board of Educatlon, he devoted hlmself to formu
lat1ng and setting 1nto mot1on the nucleus of our
successful school program
The passing of Mr Hells has left a vo1d in
community leadership that shall be d1fficult to
fill His memory'shall well serve as an inspira
tion to the students of the school he was so 1n-
strumental in making posslble
We, the Class of 1955, W1Sh to publish 'Records of 'SSU in memory of Miss Le11a
Lester, our fonner guidance counsellor, and Mr Fred Wells, former President of the
Board of Education, our friends, whose efforts on behalf of us and our school have
not been forgotten
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Mr George A Barber has been the District
Superlntendent of Schools for the past twenty
Although few members of our class know him
personally, we are certalnly aware of his fine
,J record both as an educator anda.civ1c minded
c1t1zen To him we would like to extend our
s1ncere thanks for the help and support he has
'fa' always glven our school program.
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Hr Smith, Mr Grefrath, Mr Breckenridge, Mr Bnbt, Mr 'ohncvx
W1ll1am Brnbt, the Presldent of the Board, :Ls now servlng his twelfth year.
Mr. Donald Grefrath has served on the Board for seven years and is th1s year's V1CE Presldent
Mr. Clarence E. Johncox has been on the Board for thlrteen, and Mr. William BI'6C1"6"lI'1dgS for four
Mr. J. Walter Sznth, the newest member of this organ1zat1on, was elected to Off1C8 this past
smnmer, replaclng Mr. Ellsworth Waite, who served so falthfully for ten years.
Our feeling toward the Board of Education can be summed up 1n the phrase, "Thanks for the Memory."
The Class of 1955 nshes to express apprec1at1on to these men who have given so unselfishly of their
time ln order to constantly improve our school and the many advantages which it offers to 1tS students.
our answer would certainly be 'Prof N
has offered us, not only in school
sports and other special activities as
Under Mr Dayton's able
direction we feel we have en-
riched our twelve years with
more than facts We believe by his examples thus the prac
tical application of our knowledge will be easier because
advises very strongly but with wise caution
The teaching he offers doesn't consist solely of lec
tures or questions but rather of example His lovely wife
and family reflect his ideals of family unity and respect
For the encouragement, inspiration, understanding and
faith which you have given us, we would l1ke to say thank
you Hr Dayton
If we were critics and were asked who is thegreat-
est teacher we have ever met dur1ng our twelve years
For Mr Dayton has been more than a principal to
us, his understanding of our personal problems and his
widely respected philosophy have made him an inspira-
tion and personal friend to our entire class we are
earnestly grateful for the friendly, helpful advice
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of our achievements in extra-curricular activities which he " V
Somewhere a special meloqr must be written
which, can express much better than these words,
the feelings of friendship and gratitude which the
members of the Class of 1955 hold for "Frannie."
le shall always remember her for the helpful
assistance she has given our class and her spark-
ling personality which is reflected in everything
Nurse Denial Hyglenlsf
Her friendly smile and dependable know-
ledge through the years have won a spot for
"Nursie" in the hearts of all In addition
to her regular duties, she is always willing
to give professional advice to any student
who may consider nursing as a career
We are pleased indeed to have Hrs Glor
on our Health Staff
Along with her abilities as a competent
dental hygienist, "Jeanie" will modestly add
the fact that she is an A C S alumna and
a happy bride
In our opinion these achievements con-
stitute success, and we are greatly pleased
to have her with us again this year
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Seated: L Norton, L Edwards, M Cacner, F Timm, C Argana, T Good an, R Capwell, M watson,
M Henning, M Jaster
Standings M Laramy, F Klossner, M West, A Hastings, A weeks, F Crocker, B Chamberlain,
M Ford, E Roth, M Wagner
lhen we are remlnded of our nSchool Daysu, we remember fondly our grade teachers who were so under
standing and patient For the personal lnterest and falth which they have g1ven to each of us we will be
ever 1ndebted to them
le remember the extra adventures we enjoyed through their efforts The most excitlng were the Easter
egg hunts, Chrlstmas parties and the plays whlch we proudly presented A1so,we remember the dut1es which
were so lmportant to us and we d1d so eagerly le reallze now they helped to 1nst1ll in us a sense of
responsibility and neatness
The exc1ting bulletin board dlsplays are also another memory which we shall long hold dear These
pictures and storles encouraged an eagerness for books and travel which we have been developing ever since
This collection of many llttle sacr1fices made by our grade teachers in order that our learning mdgrt
be more enjoyable and interesting is the basis of the respect and apprec1at1on wh1ch we so proudly hold for
How fortunate tha+ such a g1fted, patient teach-
er and loyal friend as Miss Mary Judge should be our
grade coordinator Her many sterling qualities, tire
less efforts and sense of humor have always been a
source of encouragement to all pup1ls under her juris
diction To you, Miss Judge, we wish to express our
appreciation and gratitude
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Left to Rlght Mrs L6l1S, Mrs He1denr1ch, Mrs
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kitchen door, it is probably the one leadlng to
our cafeteria, for C1ara's menus and the cooks'
d61lC1OUS T9C1p8S are good reasons for anyone to
le are fortunate, lndeed, to have kitchen
help who realize the sizeable appetites of our
entlre student body
Left to Right E Roding, n Bower, H Harzor, c Huling, J Norton, H Ruling, A uoior, L Grislold,
H Dart, L night, E Alwardt, c Smigielski, F xoizor.
Left to Rlght lr light, lr Bartz, Mr
kluardt, M Sch111er
The sparkllng brass of our school i
only one achievement of our cheerful and busy
lhen v1s1tors commend us for the wonder
ful COHd1tiOh of our school, we realize it
would not be poss1b1e without the efforts of
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This year we have leaned heav
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Mrs Austin and Mr Keminske
We are deeply indebted to both
for the long hours which they have
devoted to the class Without their
advice and guidance, this yearbook
might never have been published
Their guidance also played aleading
role i our senior ball, our play
and in ur class meetings We wish
to extend our appreciation to them
We elected the follownng
officers for our senior year
President Clara Phillips
V President Robert Diemoz
Secretary Berruce Greiner
Treasurer Carl Golanskn.
The initiative and capability of our officers have been a great. relief to the
class during this year of rushing and decisions
Our Senior Class wishes to pay tr1bute to our late classmate, David Morse David was with us
for nine years, and will be remembered by all.
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The first practice for our final symphony was held 1n September 1951 At that t1me we elected the fol
lowing officers President, Bernice Gzgeiner, Vice-Presldent, Daniel Keene, Secretary, Betty Keene, 'Ireasur
er, Robert Greiner We had a dance and sold Jello to make money for our comng performance Our adv1sors
for that year were Mrs Parker and Mr Laird Those who Joined us that year were Doris Anderson from
Vermont, Joan Fouchie from Darien, and Joyce Kryman from Batavia
The second rehearsal in our steps toward our final symphony found Danlel Keene as President, Ronald
Werner, Vice-President, Betty Keene, Secretary, and Donald Werner, Treasurer Our activitles for thls year
consisted of a dance and a spaghetti supper At Christmastlme we decorated the Christmas tree 1n the front
hall Our advisors this year were Hrs Dayton and Hr Howard
Dress rehearsal began with our selectlon of Ronald Werner as Pres1dent, Bruce Klossner, Vice-President,
Joanne Gerould, Secretary, and Betty Keene, Treasurer To make money we had two Sk8t1Yg parties, a dance, a
spaghetti supper, and sold Chnstms cards During this year we obtalned our class r1ngs and had our Junior
Prom Our adv1sors for the dress rehearsal were Miss Sxllivan and lr Baran
Our final symphony began with Clara Ph1llips as conductor and Robert Dlemoz, Bern1ce Gre1ner, and Carl
Golanski as assistant conductors Our final attempts to make money were very successful We had two dances,
a skating party, a magazine sale, a box social, a carnival, a play, and sold refreshments at football games
Our Senior Ball, "Winter Wonderland," was held in December Bern1ce Gre1ner and Harold Brown were crowned
queen and king Those who increased our orchestra this year were 'Ihomas Amedick from Batavia, and Carl
Huling who came as a veteran to complete high school
Of course the best is yet to come-Senior 'I'r1p, Class Night, and Graduation but we face the last of
these with a joy tempered nth regret
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1st Rom N H1144 J hmm, swans, P Lewis, E Ku-ooh, D Sawyer, G Robinson, J or-f, M Yhior 35-4
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2nd Rows A Glor, arloxf, D Post, M Owens, D Townsend, G Gruka, D T1tus, J Clendennon,
EL dman, Snell, L Wagner
3 MH mr, D Anon, G Quinn, F Moz-oo, P ngxya Myers, J Huber, D Wood, J Waldron
z R Stalker, J Fpaulding, R Reed, D Daughert , G Kittle, C Bruggman, R Ertel, Latiian,
Eder the i nce of our advisors, Mr Dems
ndsay, we Y tarted the year with the e Xect
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We began the year with a Christmas Card Sale which
proved very profitable. Also 1n the fall we had our
Junior Dance, Skating Party and Spaghetti Sapper. In
the spring we had two movies, another supper, a jukebox
dance and the Junior Plays. Last, but not least, was
the all important Junior Prom. In February, we received
our class rings which everyone had worked so hard to ob-
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Rowcliffe, P Orr, R Ilg, V Walker, E Bruggman, G Goetz
Grefrath, D Beal, M Rogers, C Edq, S Glover, J Fichthorn, B Quade, E Washburn
Parise, J Stumm, K Drew
Hofert, S Wiktorskn., A Crater, P Lev1ns, E Humel, L Lyons, C Jewell, L Garigen
Pautler, J Glor, R Hassett, L Glover
Harris, A Garigen, L Pfalzer, W Pfalzer, H Henry, J Seward, G Logan, M Wazniak,
Bialkowski, R Fouchie, J Sanders, L Moore, E Shafer
To raise money for our Senior trip, we have va
With the beginning of the fall semester, 19511, we found
ourselves more at home, but more or less a confused group of
Sophomores We elected the following officers thls year
President John Glor
V President 'Robert Fouchie
Mrs Dayton and Mr H w rd
ious projects They are a Skating Party this sprin
our annual Sophomore Dance and the sale of stationery
Our Christmas event was the decoration of the large
Yuletide tree inside the main entrance Je are very
happy that everyone enjoyed it
Class of 1958
Gardner, b Dayton, L Welker, G Geitner, B
Hu el, A Fouchie, R Skorniak, N Brown, F
Smith, L Roth, M Stewart, R Kruszelnicki,
Hodge, C Lloyd, J h1llard, R Hayes,
Lake, G Lichti, T Cr ce, C wa1te, o Judkin .
J Tenney, D Perkins, D Phlllips,
Howard, L Werner, H Crater
3rd Rows Stevens,
N Bartz, J Kryman, T Meisner, J
G Miller, W Perkins, H Riley, R
Bowen, J Wolf, G Myers
T Feltham, R Spr1ng, G Ahl, E Snyder, G Dugan, D Lincoln, D Wagner,
N Greiner, H Zetterberg, J Micel D Gohlke
Wlld, R Nowatka, R Statler, K Klossner,
Wiktorsk1, A Cathie, D Townsend,
Under the guidance of our advisors, Niss Sullivan and
Pileri, we elected the following officers for the school year:
President Gilbert Ahl
V President Ronald Wiktorski
Secretary Loretta Werner
Treasurer Beverly Hodge
As always, the Freshman Class started out with confus-
ion and bewilderment, but the class of '58 has now become
well organized, and is already thfnking of various ways to
begin making money for the senior trip. These plans revolve
around a Freshman Dance, a skating party, and a supper. We
are going to sell pizza at our dance and conduct another vig-
orous sales campa1gn to sell sweatshirts.
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Row Foeller, D Scott, J Kahn
Row Lev1ns, M Gohlke, G Grefrath, T Rlckford, Z Putney, K Lowell, G Jewell, W Biggins
Row Alwardt, A Klrsch, W Hirsch, K Helng, R McClellan, R Kowalcyzk, C Balduf, N Balduf,
Bartz, R Pope, J Yoder, J Bialkowski,
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Kaminski, D Bartz, U Wood, P Best,
Reilly, L Yoder, D Goodall, R Schunk,
Johnson, T Pfalzer
Hinz, D Schaffer, H Kirsch, W Schunk,
G Burroughs, H Ellis, V Phelps, B Biggins,
D Dixon, '4 Wylaz, A Beechler, D Heals,
N Humel, M Bounty, R Schattuck, B Jaster
Flagg, P Heale
C Abrahamsen, A
J Pfalzer, J
Cook, D Roberts,
Eddy, P Gentner
R Uptegrove, M
Capwell, W Dugan,
R Passage, J
Spink, D Wolfley,
M Ost ander, M
Miller, G Merle
lst Row J Spauldi ,
B Bauer, S.
Owen, M Hatch
IL Ball, P
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R Post, D
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Roberts, W Wollschlaeger, J Worthington
Best, D Ford, G Grefrath, R Barie, A Benzing, D Schenck, C Dayton, R Wozniak,
Wiktorski, C Church, J Fichthorn
Scott, E Raymond, K Pope, L Pautler, K Snyder, H Washburn, M Putney
Zetterberg, b Merr1ll, R Willunson, D Abrahamson, J Covert, o Clark, C Schuster
Clendennon, L Ellis, J Yoder, B Tiede, C Baker
Lennon, W Walker, G Buyers, J JOhncox, W Grefrath, 11 Jones, Geitner
Bouncy, N Smith, D Perkins, -' Gilhooly, D Catlin, K Loveland, L Stamp, J Shepard
lst Row J lelland,
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lst Row: K.
2nd Row Jaroszek
R Wright, J
Dart, P Hahn
D Lewis, S
Goetz, C Wood
K Henry, T
'D Kohl, J
Smith, R Best,
C Barie, R
lst ws P Ellis, M Church,
E Hodge, L Morse,
A Goodman, H
Stefaniak, R Reed,
Straub, S Dixon,
Neth, H Alband,
Wilson, G Burch,
White, G Phillips,
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Spring, S Glover
B Kahn, N Willard
J Shar-low, D
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R Henry, D
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Szymkowiak, C Fuller, D. Richert, J Ahl, ll Palmer, D Ellis H lood, J Hassett,
Heale, R Jaeger, R luchard, A lliceli, R Sierk, K Humel, J Vandelalker, J llcNal
Kingston, J Orr, P Raymond
Benton, L Eddy, K Rose, E Mingle, R Jewell, C Sanders, 1. Glover, D Greene,
Jones, T Zak
Palmer, J Merrill, G vlickins, R Pfalzer, D Plowe, J Balduf, N Nowatka,
Schunk, B. Loveland, G Schenck, D Greiner, G Hazur
Robbins, J Orr, R Austin, J Wilson, S Strong, B Heale, S Hartrick, L Willard,
McCumber, C Jasinski, G Barteau
lst Row R Gorecki, D Beal, R Felski, E Walker
2nd Row V Szymkonak, C Lapp, V Catlin
Standing F King, Mrs Goodman, L Per-man, C Tydelskl, T Henry, M Wiktorskl
lst Row J Schmidt, J VanBuren, G Britton, F Snell, C W11son
2nd Row K Welker, B Ellis, ll Johnson, S Garrett, B Talbot
3rd Row: J Angel, R Rembas, H Bromley, S. Talbot, J Townsend, L Goodell, D Goodman
hth Row Mrs Timm, D Green, I Post, 'D Ford, L Lewis, B hgner
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T Fisher, G Wolcott, G Yaeger, K Johncox
D lllkinson, C llingle, I Spring, C Smlth
Mrs Weeks, P Sprirg, B Snlth, A Kava, J Loveland, T Gangen, J Levins
Bruggman, D Angel, D Schoenemann, C Temple
Pauelski, S Allison, P Antonucci, R. Clerk
Yoder, T Davies, A Benton, B Moons
Reynolds, L Mazur, J Rhodes, R Edcb
Jones, S Taylor, C Waite, Hrs Chamberlain, A Walsh, T Konieczka
F lrsf Grade
lst Row S Weglarski, R Goodman, P Stroh
2nd Row E Zak, C Rogers, D Kendall, J Schmdt, J Glor, M M1118I'
3rd Row Mrs Hennlng, D Schmeder, L Smth, J Lennon, J Darch, M Bounqr, T Matie, J King
Ford, V Chapln, C Harnngton
Green, J Bromley, N Deleo, N Hideout
Prescott, V Sprlng, F Slrineford, R Fulton
Tllllm, C VanBuskirk, D Welles, B Morgan
urs Roth, B Kopper, J Lanka, P Best, s williams, J Mu:-pw, M Yoder
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lst Row R Merrill, J Wilson, A Russell, E Rosborough, C Acomb, D Plone, J Goodell, R F1sher
2nd How C Merkle, K Lewis, K Lew1s, C Bartz, K Kausner, L Breckenrldge, D Grinnell,
M lhrren, J Walsh, M Conrad, Hrs Cacner
lst Roux L Good, K Kelley, B Hahn, R Talbot, S Johnson
2nd Rows D. Str1ngham, C. Schuster, R. Cramer, D. Hebell, G. Wells, P. Lewis, R. Hargraves, J.
3rd Rows C. Maliszewski, D. Hinz, B. Ball, B. Spring, R. Moore, D. Kelsey.
Grefrath, P Davies, D Angel
Standing: D Burnell, W Meyer, S Garigen, D Hahn, L Stamp, Mrs Watson
lst Row: P. Flick, R. Hampton, D. Perkins, D. Allison, N. Rosowski, B. Cramer.
2nd Row: S. Ilg, B. Ortner, D. McKenzie, J. Rogers, B. Hideout.
3rd Row: H. Bouton, K. Garrett, J. Kruszelnicki, K. Stryker, B. Wayne, J. Fichthorn, B. Goodman, G
King, S. Cornelius, K. Kohl, Mrs. Cacner.
Seated: J. Garrett, E. Ruge, R. Ryan, B. Colton, M. Glor, L. Strong, W. Rogers, F. Johnson, M.
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'After the Ball'
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2nd Row Quinn, E Humel, G Kelsey, L. Iyons, D. Daugherty, R Reed
3rd Row Fouchie, D Wagner, T lleisner, P Judlclns, R Werner, E Smaeffer, E Biggins,
hth Row Miller, P Levins, R Hassett, R Stalker, S Staba,
Seward, B Harris
The prospects for this year's team looked good with five
lettermen returning, but they failed to live up to expectations
After being beaten by Corfu 38 to 6, they made tremendous im-
provement and only lost the last game by one touchdown One
accomplishment which our team achieved this year was scoring the
first touchdown in every game We wish next year's team better
Center Werner, G Kelsey, J eward, G lfittle
Half Humel, E Biggins, L Lyons
Half Daugherty, R Reed, P Judkins
"9-l-Q End Beal, E Shaffer, 'I' Meisner, R Fouchi
En Beal, B Harris, S Staba, R Hassett
Quarterback Quinn, R Stalker, P Levins, D Wagner
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if The varsity basketball team under the capable coaching of
Hr. Feltham had a fair season this year, winning 3 while losing
13. With only three veterans returning from last year's squad
the team looked ahead with but little encouragement to a success-
ful seasong thereby losing our first encounter to Elba. We bounced
back the following week to defeat Warsaw in another non-league
As the season wore on, we continuously outscored our oppo-
nents in field goals but our inability to sink our shots from the
charity line cost us the victories. The most glaring example of
this occurred in our return tilt with Corfu :Ln which we outscored 3.
them by 7 field goals but nevertheless lost the game by 3 points. L 'y
Our team average for percentage of foul shots made during the A, A M,
season was a mere h2Z.
In Genesee-Orleans B league competition we placed fourth with a win-loss record of 2-6, better-
ing .last year's mark by escaping the cellar position. Three of our league losses were by only 3
Although losing our rebounding power, the experience gain-
ed by the returnees to next year's squad will prove invaluable
to a more prosperous season for seven players will be returning
to the team.
Leading Scorers Games Points Av. Games
Kelsey 16 152 9.5
Greiner 13 109 8.h
Reed 16 102 6.14
Quinn 15 88 5.8
Glor 15 85 5.6
Golanski 15 77 5.1
Left to Right: W. Grefrath, G. Quinn, R. Reed, R. Stalker, G. Kelsey, R. Greiner, Hr. F 1 ham,
c. Golanski, c. Bmggman, E. Higgins, L. Lyons, J. Yoder. ,DP
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Left to Right: W Grefrath, H Robbins, W Bowen, D Wagner, J Pautler, E Shaffer, Hr Howard, G
Goetz, R Hassett, N Greiner, T Meisner, S Wiktorska., J Wolf, T Feltham, J Yoder
Losing his starting five to the varsity, Mr Howard was
faced with the task of finding new material to fill his veter-
ans' shoes Handicapped by the lack of experience they won 2
games while losing lb Everett Shaffer was the leading scorer
with a total of 176 points
As the season wore on the JV 's began to develop :Lnto a
better ball club For proof of this, one need only recall our
first game with Pavilion in which we were trouncedby 3Spo:Lnts,
but in our return engagement we lost by only 2 points Even
though the boys had a bad year, they retained their high spir-
its throughout the season with this year's veterans mving on
to the varsity, new material will once again have to be uncov
ered for next year's squad
Games Points Av game
Shaffer 13 175 13. 5
15 100 6.7
16 1oo 6.3
16 S6 3.5
1h 148 3.h
13 h0 3.1
In its third year
of competition our wrestling squad
ad a highly successful campaign, with 10 wins and Slosses.
Under the able coaching of Mr. Daugherty, the squad worked
hard night after night, with the result that they remained
undefeated in league competition for the second year in a
row. This year we won h league matches. The
champions will be crowned in the county playoffs
soon. We wish each team member the best of luck
he becomes a county champion, he is eligible to
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2nd Row: P. Balbick, W. Waite, W. Jensen, D. Heale, D. Roberts, P. Levine, S. Staba, L. Garigen,
P. Judkins, D. Townsend, D. Allen.
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2nd Row J Rider, C Golanski, L Schoenthal, H Brown, R Trifthaueer, R Reed, G Quinn
The baseball team, under the dutiful coaching of
Mr Feltham had a rather mediocre season, winnlng lg
games, losing 9 and t1e1ng 1 Our first game turned
out to be a heartbreaker as we lost to Alden, 3 to 11,
We gained our first victory over Attica as we tnpped
them 6 to h Most of the games were fairly close, as
you can see by the scores Not many veterans will be
returning to next year's squad but the experience
gained by those that will return will prove vital
in stabalizing next year's team.
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- 6 Hvlley 7 10 A6222 .306
1 13 .300
5 3 .277
2 3 .273
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13 10 ,255
'Ihe 19514 Track team did very well this season winnixg
all of the meets except the meet with Holley Carl Golsnski
set a new school record for the Broad Jump which is 18' ll",
while Dick Gartner set a new school record for the half-mile
which is 2 19
In the Section S Track and Field Championship held at
the University of Rochester, Doug Brown placed 3rd in the
180-yard hurdles Under the flne coaching of Hr lhugherty,
assisted by Ir Kaminske, the school hopes the boys will win
the G O meet and send more boys to the sectional meet in
Rochester next year
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75 112 19 2
Alex Elba 37
R Fancher, R Bowen, R Trifthauser, C Stockschlaeder
G Quinn, lr Kaminske
rd Roy R Henry, G Goetz, J Seward E. Kaminsld., R. Beal, D. Allen
G O Place Winners
Doug Brown lst
Time 22 9 a new
Dick Foster lst
Distance 110' 5
lst Row D. Keene, C Koester, J Rider, L Schoenthal, R Gentner,
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lst Row Kaminski, M Robbins T Feltham, E Humel, C Golanski, R Waite, M Myers, P Ilg,
D Daugherty, R lerner
2nd Row r Howard, Mr Daugherty, Mr Kaminske, H Beal, D Gohlke, G M ers, W Bowen, D Wagner,
Bigglns, R Reed, R Beal, G Qulnn, Mr Dayton, Mr Feltham
3rd Row Ah , D Townsend, S Staba, N Greiner, H Broun,
Shaffer, J Seward, L Lyons, R Fbuchie, R Stalker
The Leaders' Club 13 a boys' club wh1ch was organized
last year by Mr Daugherty The two main purposes of this
group are as follows: the club members actually become an
integral part of the school physical education program by
teaching skills to the younger or slower students of the
regular gym classes The development of qualities of lead
ership and sportsmanship is brought about by the practical
experience of acting as umpires, referees, scorers, and
tlmerss the second purpose is to g1ve students w1th ex
ceptlonal athletic abillty a chance to develop these abil
ities to a fuller extent.
The Club members have worked hard under the guidance
of our staff of coaches for the past two years and have
really developed a fine organization which is certainly
a great credit to our school. The boys held a spectacu-
lar gymnastic exhibition on March ll in which they dis-
played their various gymnastic skills, perfected by long
hours of hard work. The show was a big success and we
grant our hardiest congratulations to you boys.
The Senior girls added an extra bit of excitement to the
G.A.A. by winning the annual 'Iri-County G.A.A. Basketball sports-
day. Congratulations, girls!
Early in the year Alexander played host to a 'lri County co-ed
Dance playday Bren though we were rather cramped for space in
the downstairs playroom, everyone had loads of fun A big 'thank
you' to the boys who helped
In addition to the interschool activities, we have had a busy
year at home basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis,
One other highlight of the season was the appearance of sev
eral of our girls in the annual gm show our marching unit,
the girls with the club snnging group and those in the balancing
act Thanks, Leaders, and we hope to be invited again next year
lst How D Post, R Hallison, J Flchthorn, M Krantz, S Glover,
Miss Dldget, P Gardner, R Ilg, N Steele, S Werner, P Orr
nd Row R KI'l1SZ81I'l1Ck1, B Hodge, S Dayton, L Werner, J Clendennon, D Beal
3rd Row B Keene, J Kittle D Anderson, ll Wolfley, C Waite, N Brown.
hth Row K Howard, L Roth, C Lloyd J Stum, L Wagner, J Kryman, B Greiner, N Green, C Ph1ll1ps
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2nd Row: J fx ue, 5 Par-isa, J smm, L wagner, G or-uka
The nippyiiillaijather oncd aga1n saw several hope
ful, eager girls beginning to practice for cheerlead1ng
try outs This group was something of a novelty in
Alexander because every girl was new to cheerlng with
the elections in November, the girls began to practice
in earnest for that all important first ge e Definite
ly not the most experienced g p t girls
and had a good season any G W
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fgy ne of shouting, jumping and wild-looking gyra
t of all this, Miss Didget and the girls worked
toward he finished product that spectators saw at each
game There were disappointing moments but each girl
finished the season with regrets that it was over and
hopes for a place on the squad next year
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We are very proud to have
Mr Robert Feltham as head of
our fine coaching staff Bet-
ter known as WCoach,' to the
students, Mr Feltham attend-
ed E Stroudsburg Teachers
College and the University of
Buffalo He has been athlet-
ic director for 13 years at
our school Truly an inspir-
ed worker, he has worked hard
in giving the students a fine
physical education program in
the gym classes and producing
highly competitive teams in
basketball, baseball, track
and soccer The boys on his
teams regard him as a true
friend as well as an inspir-
lith the valuable addit-
ion of lr. Raymond Daugherty
to our physical education de-
partnent in 1952-53, wrest-
ling was introduced to our
school. lr. Daugherty has
done a fine job in building
up this sport in the three
years that he has been here.
lr. Daugherty, who attended
B ockport State Teachers
College, has helped coach our
football teams in the past
and he was head football
coach this year. He also
teaches gym classes and in-
troduced weight-lifting and
the Leaders' Club program.
All the students have faith
in H . Daugherty which makes
for better co-operation.
Our coaches are truly an un-
heralded group of workers Toil
ing long hours after school to
whip the boys into shape is only
half of the work that they must
accomplish They must be an in-
spirational force to the boys at
all t1mes for only a well train-
ed and inspired team can have a
successful season A coach i
only acclaimed when his teams'
efforts can be accounted for in
the winning column but let's
face facts, every team cannot be
a winner for all boys do nothave
the same capabilities. There-
fore, let's all take our hats
off and pay a fine tribute to
our ambitious coaching staff.
M Kamdnske, who attend
ed the University of Buffalo
for a major in science, has
also been with us for three
years M Kamdnske has work
ed faithfully in the field of
sports ever since he first
came here He has had two
successful seasons coaching
the soccer team and has also
coached the track team
addition, he helps out in
every sport, football, wrest-
ling, baseball, and basket-
bal Ksminske also
teaches academic classes and
is kept very busy Truly M
Kamdnske is an invaluable
member of our coaching staff
Mr. Eugene Howard attend-
ed Brockport State Teachers
College and the Un1vers1ty of
Rochester. He has been a
sturdy member of our coachlng
staff for many years, coach-
ing football, J .V. basketball,
and J.V. baseball. He has
worked hard with the boys,
try1ng to lmprove the1r ath
letic ab1lit1es to their
greatest peak. Mr. Howard
which proves that his sched
ule is very full. Ir. Howard
has produced many fine teams
in the past and we are look
ing forward to even better
teams in the future.
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Phillips, A Roth, D Anderson, J Gerould, B Greiner, Miss Klotzbach, Mr Pirro
Judkins, D Wright, H Brown, G Kelsey, R Werner, Betty Keene
The dramatic talent of our class was brought out when we pres
ented the three act mystery comedy, WThe Skeleton Nalks,W on the
evenings of October 21 and 22
The plot is laid ln a lonely old house situated on a small is
land, connected to the mainland by only one bridge To this desert-
ed place come Elaine Bla1r, acted by Bernice Grelner, her lawyer-
fiance, Gordon Kelsey, and her mother, Annette Roth, to look over
the property which Elalne had 1nherited To their surprise they
found the house in possession of a mysterious physican, played by
Ronald Werner, his sinister housekeeper, Dean Wright, and her deaf
mute son, Doris Anderson
and Dr Fersig knew that some money was hidden
premises Because of unforeseen circumstances,
the family spent the night in the house Things began to happen
A skeleton walked 1nto the house and carried Elaine off But,
thanks to Bobby and Kinks Embrey, Paul Judkins and Joanne Gerould,
the mystery was solved Anne Rowell, acted by Elizabeth Keene,
greatly amused the audience when she brought h1bs, the dog, onto
the stage Mrs Donahue, the mentally unbalanced nelghbor, was
slayed by Clara Phillips
We must remember that th1s play could never have been produced
without the help of Miss Klotzbach, Mr Dirro, Mrs Whelan, and
the many others who worked on lights, scenery, and makeup To these
people go the thanks of our whole class
The Alexander Rhea Junior Historical Club was again organized
for 19514-1955. This year it is our club's turn to publish "The
Genesee Valley Yorker."
Our State-wide motto for all such clubs, 'History Can Be Pun,
we have proven to be true by gaining first-hand knowledge of local
and state history
We have taken bus trips this year to Letchworth State Park
and to the Corning Glass Center We are planning addltional
trips to Kodak Park, the George Eastman House, and the Science
Museum in Rochester, and to Old Fort Niagara
Our club elected the follovnng officers for this year
Presldent Chandlee Lloyd
V President Paul Glor
Secretary Loretta Werner
'lreasurer Sandra Tiede
L Clark, J Burroughs, B Tmfthauser, M Capwell, D
Wilkinson, Mrs Hlllman, P Glor, V' Lloyd, L Werner,
S Tlede, R Kahn, A Punches, R Post, S. Owens, W
Bruggman, J Sharlow
Johnson, M Gohlke, G Merle, C Abrahamsen, M Eddy
Dayton, P Gardner, B Bauer, C Bontrager, M Hatch,
Sheehan, W Snith
Reiner, M Buyers, C Levlns, G Grefrath, M Wylaz, D Dixon, J Kahn, T Rickford,
Putney, W Dugan
Lloyd, S Dominick, M Weldon, M Sierk, S Cathie, D Townsend, R Kowalczyk,
Gohlke, L Roth, D Perkins, K Balduf, E Schiller
lst Row: C Waite, C Eddy, S Glover, E Bruggman, A Parise, Mrs Lloyd, S Dayton, M Welker
J Wysko, V Walker, E Washburn, A Brown
2nd Row: B- Greiner, D Titus, B Bolz, J Clendennon, J Embt, S Swarts, L Roth, P Bennett
J Kittle B
3rd Row: G Cruka, H Rogers, E Stumm, L Wagner, C Lloyd,
J Kryman, J Pautler, D Townsend, D Beal
Annette Roth and Joyce Kryman attended the district meeting in
Morrisville last June
Bernice Grelner was chosen Chapter Sweetheart and was present-
ed with a Sweetheart Jacket at the annual F H A and F F A
For service projects, the girls assembled baskets for need
families in the district at Christmastime
Publishing the District Newsletter and a skating party with
the boys of F F A are some of the future plans
The Future Honemakers of America was organized so that irls mi ht
appreciate the sat1sfactions of homemaklng and become leaders in their
The Future Homemakers elected the following officers:
President Ann tte Roth
V President Amelia Parise
Secretary Sall Da on
Treasurer - Elaine Bruggman
Mrs. Lloyd is our advisor.
nLearning to d
Dolng to learn
Earning to live
Living to serve W
As our motto implies we learn to do by doing This applies
to our regular work 1n lass whlch is supplemented by our expe-
riences on the farm In addltion to th1s we ga1n experience in
leadership activities in our F F A organization This involves
cooperative activity in planning and conducting meetings, dinners,
parties, field trips and other 6GDC3t10h3l and recreational ac
Two of our members, Gordon Kelsey and Harold Brown, have com-
pleted application for the Empire Farmer Award which is the high-
est award in the State F F A
One of the principal aims of Vocational Agriculture is topre-
pare a boy for competent, useful citizenship in the community in
which he lives
Under the guldance of Mr Ralph Gardner, we elected the fol
lowing officers for the school year
President Harold Brown
V President Clarence Lathan
Secretary Gordon Kelsey
Reporter Merrill H ers
Treasurer James Spauld1ng
Sentinel Ronald Werner
J Spaulding, M H ers, C Lathan, lr Gardner, H Brown, G
Kelsey, R Werner
W Wa1te, D. Hofert, J Sanders, R Fouch1e, G Kittle, W
Grefrath, M Robbins, R Spring, R Zetterberg, R Geltner, E
Snyder, J Kryman H Reilly, D Gohlke, T Meisner, G Spring
A Crater, N Bartz, J Yoder, W Pfalzer, R Stalker, L
Pfalzer, J Waldron, C Bruggman, F lorse, A Garlgen, L
Glover, J Miceli, J lblf, G Myers
B1ggins, G Qulnn, P Levine, C Jewell, L Lyons, B Harris, W Jensen, D Wood, R laite
Good en, M Levins, D lright, N Snyder, R Dmemoz, G Neubarth, L Johnson, H Ertel,
Crater, P Orr, S Judkins, C Waite, N Brown, P Gardner, S Humel, S Dayton,
Werner, B Greiner, Mrs Lathrop
Grice, G Phelps, B Hodge, D Smith, J Fichthorn, M Stewart, D Phillips, J Tenney,
Howard, E Bruggman
Beal, A Fouchie, J Kittle, C Lloyd, J Stu m, D Perkins, L Roth, C Hlrsch,
Willard, s wight
Wolf, J Waldron, K Drew, B Klossner, T Amedick, H Brown, G Kelsey, I Goodman,
Wrlght, T Melsner, D Lincoln, A Cathie
1st now: Mrs Lathrop, P Bennett, D Titus, E Kirsch, P Lens, J Hubt, D Sawyer. G Robinson,
J Clende non
2nd Row D Post, E Goodman, M Snell, R Mallison, S Swarts, N Hilken, N Green, B Keene
3,-d gow, K Howard, A Glor, G Gruka, D Townsend, M Rogers, L Wagner, J Kryman, M V01-fl-BY
lst Row: R
2nd Row: ll
3rd Row: B
hth Row: B
riahn, W W1ght, G Grefrath, J Sharlow, M Capweil, J Kahn, P bmith,
Szymkoviak, M Staba, Mr Hulshoff
Spink, E Raymond, S Scott, R Fulton, D White, J Szymkoviak, R Burroughs,
Burroughs, D Fancher, J Fancher, G Widcens, D Ford, R Kahn, A Smith, B Kahn,
Plowe, G Barteau
. Pope, T. Feltham, D. Wolfley, M. Sierk, G. Goetz, M. Hatch, C. Dayton, S. Dayton, T. Amedick.
r. Hulshoff, W. Snith, R. Barie, D. Schenck, N. Brown, W. Grefrath, B. Jaster, D. Anderson,
. Hodge, G. Ahl, E. Bruggman, E. Schiller, J. Lloyd, L. Werner, P. Gardner.
. Klossner, C. Hirsch, A. Cathie, J. Stumm, C. Lloyd, L. Roth, K. Drew, D. Scott.
R:fle Club DUHCG Bfmd
lst Row D Lincoln, G Jewell, Mr Wagner lst Row Mr Hulshoff, N Brown, C Lloyd,
2nd Row E Goodman, G Dugan, J Yoder, R 3 DHYWU
Henry, J Huber, J Spaulding, C ,xx 2nd w A Cathie, P Gardner, L Roth, J
Jewell Lloyd, L Werner, M Ha ch
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lst Row: M Krantz, J Fichthorn, B Keene lst Row: R Passage, D Wagner, D Gohlke, T
Titus Rickford, D Scott, A Cathie, J Wolf
2nd Row: B Bolz, J Tenney, M Moltrup, D 2nd Rows P Glor, P Judkins, Mrs Fritts
Anderson, D Allen 3rd Row: J Huber, H Hassett, R Foeller
3rd Row: J Stewart C Hirsch, Mrs Curtiss, Goetz, E Shaffer, J Dugan, W Jensen,
G or-aka N Humel, P ng, M Sierk
Our Senior Ball was held on December 23
large crowd turned out in anticipation of one of
the nicest soc1al events of the entlre school year
The students came dressed formally, experlenclng a
very cordlal social even1ng The Ball was a huge
success Bernice Grelner and Harold Brown were
chosen Queen and King
In order to earn imney to help defray the ex
penses of our Senior Class Trip to New York City, we
held a magazine sale in the first semester, which
turned out to be a thriving success. Bes1des making
a profit on the magazines sold, we gained sxpenence
in salesmnship. The Seniors really appreciate the
financial support the public gave us when subscrib-
ing for magazines.
Combining our collective efforts, the Senior
Class is once again pub1ish1ng an annual yearbook.
'I'he yearbook staff has worked very hard under the
diligent leadership of our yearbook editor, Carl
Golanski, and we hope that our yearbook will meet
the hlgh standards that preceding yearbooks have
set in the past at Alexander Central School
This year the Senior Class held two round and
square dances, with big turnouts at each one. In
addition to being a flnancial success for our class,
the dances also provided a social outlet for all the
students with fun for all.
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Agriculture course under guldance of George Spring
Shop Class conducted by Mr Pileri
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7th Grade Science Class-lr Kgmnsk,
Math taught by lr Howard
Senior Class Meeting
Voting for Cheerleaders
Our Barber Mr Whltney
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Doctor Cathie giving Phys1cal Examlnatlons
Doctor Hansueto - School Doctor
F manclal Sfafemem'
This year, as in every year, the production on students and future c1t1zens cost a tremendous a
mount of money Because we are seniors, we real1ze due money was well spent le 3PPT6C13t6 that our
com unlty did so well 1n the advancement of our education, and as a result, lt is only proper that we
should list the costs of running our school
The list of expenditures is long and
varied Beginning with the largest sum, that
of salaries, we find S266,765 went to the
teachers, bus driv rs, health staff, cooks,
Janitors, and administrative personnel
The indebtedness, which fortunately has
become smaller, was S28,2bO
Othe fees and f1xed charges, including
the ever important lnsurance, total approxi
mately 88,275 each year
The cost of instructional supplies was
815,050 These supplies, such as v1sual aids
and textbooks, are very essential 1n the
The bus serv1ce, which conveniently
transports ch1ldren to and from school,
quires 816,825 for its operation
In.order to maintain the school and keep
it in the best possible condition it is nec
essary to put forth 827,h00 annually
Th total recelpts for the year amounted
to 832l,805 The greatest part of this ex
pense 18 handled by the state, from wh1ch
S2l8,5OO was obta1nable
The origins of other money, to complete
the cost, comes from local taxes wh1ch amount
to 873,731 and other WISCSIIEUBOUS 1ncome
such as Federal A1d, Non-resident tu1tion,
Transportat1on of non-res1dent puplls, etc
with an average of 880 students in
school every day, the expense per student for
one year is 8365 69 This cost r1ses from
year to year, just as the student populatlon
rxses This year lh5 more puplls were en-
new students cost the school 357,025 O5 extra
1n order to operate
In ddltion to the twelve years of hard
work contributed by the student, a high
school d1ploma costs 6h,388 28 contrlbuted by
the school, state and community
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Telephone office work
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watching TV with Nan
Keeping Harold company
Talking to Clara
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Gammack's Red and White
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Mrs. Fred Wells
Al's Darien Grill
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Golanski
Statler's-Darien Center Hotel
The Greenwoods Restaurant
The Broken Prop Inn
Mr Carl Meyers
W P K Wh1te Gen ral Insurance
Robert Burnett Building Construction
Boyl 's Motor bales, Inc.
Attlca Garage, Inc
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One could never realize the time and ef
fort that Hr Demshaw and George Spring have
contributed towards making our yearbook a Sue
ess Their willingness to take photographs on
short notice and their patience with our inac
curacies will always be appreciated by the year-
book staff Their skill in snappingphotographs
can really be evaluated by examining their work
in this yearbook
'rue senior class is truly indebted to Hrs.
Whalen and the art staff which worked under her
guidance. Besides providing the "know-how" for
the beautiful artistry and printing whichappear
in our yearbook, Mrs. Whalen was a bulwark for
supplying information and help in laying out the
plans for the yearbook. She was also very gen-
erous in letting us use the art room and sup-
plies freely. It is doubtful whether the year-
book would have ever reached the press if it
were not for the services given by Mrs. Whalen.
The senior class will be forever grateful to
M Frances aris has been of great help
o ou taff in handling the various financial
quest ons which are always involved in editing
a yearbook She has been very gracious about
collecting yearbook orders and issuing receipts
and checks Her willingness to lend a helping
hand or give us good advice will be long remem-
time and energy 1n putting out this yearbook I am also deeply grateful to those who spent long
hours typing, pasting and editing I believe it 18 through their diligent efforts that we have been
able to attain our goal in publishing the yearbook
EDITOR'S NOTE: I wish to express nw appreciation to all those who have in any way contributed their
Who' s the sweetheart? 'W
MI' kllrs Harms Harry Girlsow
Sell tho se magazl nes!
Fight at Night
The pause that refreshes
'High ty Mary'
Our editor' BUS Manager' ' -
Thu book pnnted by Velvatone a special proceu of hthopmphxc
printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc. BuB'alo N. Y. No
ther printing firm in luthorized to use the Velvatone method.
Alma Mater, hail to thee.
Your praise our voices sing,
To you our love and loyalty
Through future years shall ring.
For to us you'll ever be,
The symbol of sincerety.
So hail and cheer for A.C.S. .Q
You're the school we love the best.
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