Alfred Almond High School - Alcen Yearbook (Almond, NY)
- Class of 1950
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Do you remember the days when upon arriving at school
you were greeted by the odor of burned cabbage or the
wonderful smell of hamburgers? Remember the times you
got caught running in the halls or when you didn't have
time to study history? We're going to help you remember,
so lets start turning the pages.
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A person in Alfred-Almond Central School who is a
friend of and has a personal interest in the welfare of
students and faculty alike is the one to whom the 1950
ALCEN is dedicated.
Her interest in the school does not cease when her
day's work in the office is done but it carries over into
various evening activities. It is a familiar sight to see
her selling tickets at the home basketball gamesg to see
her waiting at a bus stop as a chaperone for a group of
school basketball fans going to see a game awayg to see
her in the audience enjoying a school play, a band con-
cert, or a gym exhibition. She is often found substituting
in the homemaking or commercial department of the
evening classes in Adult education.
As secretary to Mr. john Gilmore, her services are in-
dispensable. Every day she is writing letters, making
out checks, writing passes and many other innumerable
things which we all take advantage of in some way or
another. Her contacts with us have been many and varied
but this we know - - - she has always been willing and
able to help us in om' times of need.
Therefore, we the graduating class of 1950 are pleased
to dedicate this, our yearbook, to Miss Virginia Wheeler.
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Semor High Math
Mrs Sarah Ells
Mrs Dons Pame
Mrs Hazel Beman
Second Grade Momtor
MISS Emma Emens
Mrs Sarah Park
Mrs Marlon Stucker
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Nlrs Carol Brown
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Mrs Ruth Glover
Mlss Vera Paulsen
Semor Hlgh En Ish
Mrs Eleanor Sweeney
Mrs Helen Calahau
Mr Olin Johnson
Miss Ldl'0llIlL Lhurch
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Mrs Katharme Karl
Mrs Mae Pettengmll Mr Paul Powers
Llhrary Momtor Physlcal Educatlon
Mlss Helen Thomas Mr Robert Torrey
Languages Semor Hxgh Social Studxe
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Mrs Leona Whlteman
Mrs Dorothy Crusen
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Mr Elmer Willard
Mrs Harrxet Deverell Mrs Marlanne Dlckens Mr Bruce Dlmmlck
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Mrs Wmxfred Mensmger Mrs Florence Mullen
Slxth Grade First Grade
Mr Roger Norton
Mr A Prentlce Stlllman Mrs Luella Stralght Mrs Jean Whrteford
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Mrs Helen Wlrt MISS Ellzabeth Wnght
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Dr. Ellen Sutton
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Student lfnuncil Rep.
Seated: Miss Paulsen, Advisorg Lola Sutton,
judy llurdick, Miss Emens, Advisor. Standin :
Sylvia Ferry, Phyllis Wilkins, Beverlly
We wish to express our appreciation to our Class ad-
visors, Miss Paulsen and Miss Emens, for their coopera-
tion in helping us with our activities such as the Senior
Play and the Senior Ball
Beyerly llargraves CLASS COLORS
MCC President Green and White
Secretary CLASS FLOWER
"Rus" . . . one ot the faithful
chemistry fiends - - still going
strong?I . . . takes girls for rides - -
hey now . . . "oh PiHle" . . . one
girl isn't enough for a dance, and
only in the 7th grade - - may turn out
to e a bigamist . . . goes for build-
ing models pop finally got a
car oh boy will he wearing a
green cap at Ag Tech next year
ets A plusses ln Mech drawing
good in art classes too
e Skippy map tests
had a little to do with 1t or was lt a
movie? a swell friend to have
quiet oh brother get her gom
stafl chauffeur 'lhanks
pretty halr and nlce figure cant
walt to get to school every day'
always looking., for vacatlons
tears around in a certam teacher s
car how about that'7 can al
ways he depended upon runs
around wlth a couple of Alfred Sta
tion kids witty
"Arnie" . . . alias Flashg alias
Conzalles . . . exerts a terrific
amount of energy in moving . . . a
rare booming bass . . . goes on uiet
trips to NYC - - almost as bald as
another Sr .... Supreme Power iStu-
dent Councill . . . played on the first
strin varsity - - tall . . . is an O.D.
p ans to he B M O C quote and
unquote has stxnkte feet ask
Corrine the great lover in the
Senior Play ask him to show you
the set of calendars he picked up
Tony dark wavy hair
and broad shoulders wears
flashy suspenders noisy bass'
comes to school quite often with
Virginia her little helperll
goes to Homell a lot left Al s
in a great hurry one night first
string varsity basketball had an
attractlon for trees but got Over ll
the other summer likes to toss a
baseball around bachelor ID his
Junior year speeds around in a
green Dodge smoothy
Bloomie lives on diaper
1 has a car but doesnt or
can t use ll ll s sharp as a tack!
likes to go to Jamestown
didnt make the mornin tram N Y
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enthusiast walked his legs oil'
getting ads tough job got to
the semi finals in badmitton doubles
an attempted carpenter helped
his brother build a house always
tr ing to find someone to shoot pool
a ter school always arotmd
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"Dot" . . . works hard on the farm
. . . makes hooked rulgs in Hmkg. . . .
a good basketball p ayer . . . quiet
in school - - but what about out-
side?? . . . makes pretty clothes and
knitted a little sweater - - for little
brother . . . DAB or DEB - - it gets
rather confusing in typing some-
times . . . likes West Almond dances
. . . "whot" happened to the milk-
man?! . . belon s to the FHA . . . a
swell friend to iave . . . advisor to
a certain teacher about homes . . .
has a friend named Thelma . . .
ot . . . usherette . . . pretty
curls and nice clothes . . .likes to
sew, but would rather buy them . . .
Helen's twin . . . knows a little
about Greenwood and Canisteo . . .
is familiar with Candy Land . . .
those days in typing - - calm and col-
lected!! . . . those Sat. nights either
roller skating or square dancing . . .
never sees a whole movie - - madden-
ing . . . a future Buffalo student . . .
member of FHA . . . just plain likes
Hornell . . . nice.
"Judy" . . . takes lon Greyhound
trips - - comes back witi sun burns
and memories . . . Our Art Editor . . .
draws little men? - - she's sorry, she
can't help it!!! . . . serves cheese
seasoned with black ants?!? so ap e-
tizing . . . her cello grew a flew
inches this year . . . we understand!
. . . has gone to All-State for the
last two years . . . made delicious
tunafish sandwiches for play practice
. . . also falls in love with the
Boss's nephew!!! brown hair, blue
eyes and freckles . . . romantic.
"Pewla" . . . strawberry blond
and freckles . . . has a deep interest
in Chorus??! Hmmm! . . . All-State
soprano . . . just made it home that
night too . . . what a place for the
car to break down!! . . . Aunt So h-
ronia - - despises boys, but decidies
better . . . very neat at home . . .
always has a good history notebook
to copy - - don't tell on us!! . . .
writes good speeches - - we're sorry
. . . lucky - - that night when the
roads were slippery . . . good base-
ball player . . . studious.
"Arlene" . . . "pops" pop corn
after school for games . . . those
wild times in the Hmkg. room! . . .
plays the piano . . . in the summer
she works around Alfred . . . on
Sundays she can be seen riding in
"gay nineties" style . . . Whoa . . .
Red hair and! not had though . . .
always looks nice and has a nice
smile . . . often walks home from
Alfred . . . just a little exercise!!!
President of the FHA this year . . ,
gets things done . . . ambitious.
"Marie" . . . Elaine-a-Beth - -
another stra name . . . too bad the
dance coulcin't have been on Sat.
nite - - we're sorry too . . . pretty
natural wavy hair and dimples . . .
has got strings attached to both the
army and navy . . . has a twinkle in
her eyes and laughs a lot . . . lays
the part of Betty, the engagecii girl
. . . what an anniversary present she
got - - that's the way to do it . . . re-
ceived a surprise visitor one night
. . . still working on her hope chest!!
. . . sweet.
"Rosie" . . . gets a little con-
fused when marching . . . comes to
school in the morning - - K2 o'clock
p.m.l . . . Our Literary Editor . . .
one of our married seniors . . . start-
ed taking Hmkg. in senior year - -
wonder why! . . . tears off for Bklyn
on any old excuse . . . favorite pas-
time - - studying map tests . . . sum-
mers at the lake - - those midnight
swims! hmmm, we wonder . . . likes
to imitate people's walks . . . gets
pestered all the time by some certain
"Red" . . . also Ellie . . . likes
to visit West University St. an awful
lot! . . . enjoys short names as Jim
and Bill - - anybody we know? . . .
can be found most any lace iwaiting
on tablei . . . prefers time Union best
of all . . . rare sense of humor - -
glets silly . . . swell dancer - - good
r ythm . . . is going to Ag Tech next
year . . . use to feed nickles to the
juke box in the Diner - - after hours
. . . receives letters from England
now and then . . . lively.
boys . . . genius.
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"Lyle" . . . seems quiet, but is
he really? . . . blond and wavy hair
, , , likeg girls - - tall . . . didn't
spend much time with us - - couldn't
stand us! . . . left in January . . . we
wish he could of been here longer,
we would liked to have known him
better . . . a profound ag student . . .
works for Dad on the farm . . . came
to our school from Angelica . . . gets
disgusted with typing - - fdsa lid?
. . . can't settle down to save him-
self - - has gone to about five differ-
ent schools . . . likeable.
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"Tiger" . . . really not as vicious
as it sounds . . . works in brother's
garage . . . lady's man - - prefers
blonds though . . . knows a few
Hornell girls - - nice stuff!! . . .
owner of a membership card to the
Grunt and Croan Dept. - - good too
. . . frightened a irl in Bath - -
pretty fast runner aiso - - all right
now . . . enjoys roller skating - - had
a swell time in Rochester . . . he's
going to buy up all the yearbooks
and cut a certain picture out - - we
all like it . . . friendly.
"Si" . . . varsity cheerleader two
years - captain Senior year . . .
plays solo clarinet - hot stuff . . .
Binnie - has a twin brother - guess
who! . . . part ownershi in a private
estate at Letchworth lgark - had a
hard time finding it . . . works in
Almond telephone office rubber
ears"'7 walts for week ends
likes to go swimmmg on nice summer
even1ngs7' everyone thlnks she
IS going to Cornell suprise'
what happened to the pencils in the
library? wears glasses IH her
Peggy Honeyrun Road kid
pretty shiny black hair
often works mstead of coming to
school teacher saw her one day'
soda jerk gets fired all the
tlm6 loves lt though one of
the last chemistry disciples
wouldnt think of missing a Latin
test enjoys herself talks all
the tlme ask Mrs Stuckerl
bets on the World Series make any
money? llstens to WI LA
friends? long distance calls
from Cornlng would do anythlng
"Margie" . . . likes square dances
- it's a long way home . . . only girl
in the third period physics class -
maddening isn't it? . . . seems quiet
- gets cau t in the darndest places
anot er chemistry fiend
plans to be a nurse she'll make a
good one too member of the Sen
lor Chorus doesnt like to play
basketball she is good at it thou h
sat in front of a pretty ru
character last year ln English
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for a friend talkative
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D-anny lives on lfast Val
ley Road his father s c tr Dave
him a rough tlme has a motor
cycle now can be seen drlvlng
around Almond qulte a hxt watch
out don t let the second graders get
you downl' sweet kids has a
good atm when it comes to throwing
potatoes study hall or class '
played first string varsity also play
ed some baseball Ag student
plays coronet 1n band rather
qulet and blushes easlly nice
ev varslty cheerleader
on ,Iayvees her Junior year
throws her b1llfold away now and
then Mrs Buford in the play
good tap dancer and llkes to tumble
Miss B mens prodigy takes notes
a P ll A meetings fsecretaryl
home maklng major need your
hair hired? see Bev likes to
drlve eeek' has a special in
terest ln Almond likes to go
places gone all the t1me
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"Snooky" . . . never diets . . .
wears some snappy red slacks . . .
has a pet expression but she won't
let us put it in . . . has a little
blond hair and pretty blue eyes . . .
doesn't believe in long hair . . .
Baldy . . . goin' to get married at 28
already promised otherwise
she s a splnster how s this 799
what happens on Fridays
s eepy'7 Our Sales Manager
makes a good base ln physical
torture class has a love for cur
rent event tests darn cute
winter snowplows' always
ready to help friendly
Head stationary forward
retty movable now good jitter
girls like him and he likes
glr s well7'7 old bram in his
tory did he show Mr Torrey where
to get his deer777 a little heavy
in places but not had bow
ties Wowll has an old hat with
safety pin darn good pitcher
those legs by the wa what
goes on ln phys1cs'7"'7 always as an
answer in English Hurrump
those ple crusts that tasted of
Shirley can always be
found ln llmkg room likes to
wear dungarees always wllling
to help likes to play guard in
basketball good too treasur
er of FHA for 2 years has a
bright smile which often shows
likes to read a lot what kind of
books? has been seen with an
0 student from here nice
black hair always in a page
o doesnt like to walk down
hill in the rain had hopes of
getting to school one day this
"Bob" . . . those trips to Cornell
. . . what about the rare quietness in
the Ag room!! . . . matman, good too
. . . one of the faithful chemistry fol-
lowers - - there's still hope - - a
little any way . . . gets a little con-
fused in history - - simple course??
doesn't take much interest in
g1rls"l rather quiet well al
most plcked up a pair of glasses
not bad though doesn t care
for dancing likes to be pursued
one of the four 1n Ag
Cameron class clown
Miss Paulsen s little pest w
cant decide whether lt s black or
blond hair Quote Poor old
uy his mother dropped dead Now
ont get the wrong ideal This jerk
was in a biographical report
math brain' one of the three who
took Solid cant sit still
ants'7' has a lost mind
found ilease return always has
1 goo stock of paper buys H79
baby sits with puppies or
sa e Winnie wears high heels
and wig twin of our play
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"Thelma" . . . our littlest class
mate . . . wears a precious stone on
her third finger, left hand - - uses
Ponds- -lucky guy. . .when's the big
day going to be .... has pretty eyes
and laughs a lot . . . gets awful dis-
"Jack" . . . mad driver - - motor-
cycle is always breaking down . . .
flash bulb maniac - - thanks! . . .
heads for Wellsville every chance - -
girls or roller skating? . . . lighting
and sound effects man for play . . .
good mechanic, helps his father - -
usually found with Danny - - motor-
gusted with typing at times!! . . . ,f cycle duet . . . played Varsity bas-
joined us in our Junior year . . . is N' P . 4 . ketball - - good goalie in soccer . . .
making a lot of things for a hope :gf wrestled in Junior year . f. . throws
chest . . . another member of F.H.A. :'! ' - erasers and dish rags . . . keeps
- - hooks rugs, nice ones too - gg! ' things going in Tinkertown . . . was
likes to cook and work around the in chorus his freshman year . . .
house . . . Sweet. A e 4 YW Handy.
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"Barney" . . . gets his car
snowed in the darndest places - -
didn't get home that night either . . .
blond hair - - always in his eyes . . .
has to buy a new pair of glasses
every so often - - they're always get-
per - - future? . . . works in Baker s
Store after school . . . takes Ag . . .
always late to school - - could it be
your car? . . . makes good pies and
cookies in bachelors training - -
wears fiashy socks . . . easy going.
"Shorty" . . . freckles and sud-
denly appeared with wavy hair - -
toni? . . . used to let girls beat him
upg but not anymore . . . at last he
grew this year - - we almost gave up
. . . must like math - - four years of
it - - science too . . . runs around
with "Cameron" . . . teacher's pest
. . . spends a lot of time as movie
operator . . . rides a bicycle . . . his
favorite gmc - - bottle-pool. A his-
tory fiend - - basketball manager . . .
ting in the way . . . fair wood chop-
"Betty" . . . has a rough time in
typing- - thanks for the paper . . .
always getting banged up in gym
class . . . likes to crochet . . . honor
Hmkg. student - - planning for the
future? . . . give's young sister a few
rough times . . . often goes to the
square dances - - what's the attrac-
tion? . . . book worm . . . what hakp-
pened to the old flame? . . . Karr Val-
ey kid - - wants to be a fashion de-
signer . . . what happened to the trum-
pet? - - chorus Freshman year . . .
"Don" . . . soldier boy . . . must
have gut bored with school - - so he
joined the Army . . . khaki - - favorite
color . . . likes horses - - knows all
about saddles . . . got a sock out of
bachelors training . . dislikes the
gals in Virginia . . . has an attrac-
tion in West Almond . . . general's
helper . . . left us in April '49 to
start his career . . . gets home once
in a while to see us . . . we're lad
he is graduating with us . . . blond
hair . . . nice looking.
ETHEL PECK i
"Ethel" . . . Betty's sister . . .
good forward in basketball - - iikes
volleyball too . . . movie fan -.- seen
any good ones lately?! . . . quiet
type - - is she real y? . . . won't
t ink of fighting with her sister - -
who's strongest?! . . . also likes
Hmkg. - - bet she's a good cook . . .
spent a year in chorus . . . goes to
1 most of the play days . . . has a
' smile for everyone . . . acquired a
pair of glasses this year - - look
good too . . . a good friend to have
. . . has lots of atience . . . can be
devilish too . . . fikeable.
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speedl?! loves physics! - -.never late
to classll - - - up late every night - -
with his trapsl? . . . woman hater - -
but how about the one in Hornel1??
. . . excitement at the wrestling
matches . . . seems to like to work in
Canada - - must be more interesting
up there . . .yregular customer lat the
pool'palace . . . joined the rass-
ling" team this year . . . comes to
school now and then . . . took bache-
lors training last year . . . future - -
homemaker . . . mayor's son too . . .
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"Betty" . . . comes to school half "Marx" . . . frceflfltaxi service!!!
a day - - thatis because she's mar- . . . first string varsity . . . found in
ried . . . future homemaker . . . fu- mom 233 every morning - - likes
ture?! . . . sports enthusiast, missed Lyping??'? brain in physics - - good in
the Olean game, though! . . . tears math too . . . wool room in his base-
for Wellsville - - roller skating . . . ment . . . full of muscles - - used to
Heal- h0USek66PCl' ' ' jllSl 35k KCI wrestle . . . also likes short people!
. . . trips to Rochester - - to see her , , , likes to sit in the back seat in
mother? . . . calls ufp people for Mrs. the movies - - huba-huba . . . brush 4
Sweeney - ' Ullafll 0 HCCF - - - made 21 cut boy . . . had no trouble walking
good try at blond hair . . . always away with the mile at Rochester . . .
buying groceries . . . drives the car hard Working,
- - no license! . . . gave a Halloween
party - - dancing in the dark . . .
used to be Shaw . . . carefree. 18
"limb" . . . lives on Norton's alley
. . . rams around with ,lack . . . gen-
erally helpful . . . one of lilr. Still-
Ill2.lll'S pests . . . future - - Ftll'Ilf'llll'I'
. . . tears around in Wills-y's var . . .
which is it. Canistec or Aritlov-fr'?f"'
interrupted at three a. ni. Sunday
mornings . . . member of the National
guard . . . likes to loaf - - who
doesn't? . . . lrving's square dann-
partner . . . good chef . . . na-vor
skips school!?! . . . has a way of not
paying to get into a square dance . . .
wonder if he's interested in girl-.""
nice wavy hair . . . vnnri nature-cl.
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"Peanut" . . . Phillips Creek boy
. . . fusscs around in bachelors train-
ing - - going to be a bacl1elor?! . . .
another Ag student . . . always found
in Belmont . . . streaks around in a
Studebaker red truck . . . giggles . . .
perfectionist at dish washing
some woman will like that . .
member that certain day in history
class? . . . Future Farmer . . . anoth-
er of our class "shorties" . . . used
to gaze out of the window in English
. . . clever laugh . . . angel in the
library - - aren't we all?! . . . can't
wait until graduation . . . gets along.
"Lola" . . . faithful history stu-
dent . . . OUR EDITOR . . . holds
meetings in the darndest places! - -
crowded too . . . bell bottom trousers
- - hearts delight . . . Class Presi-
dent . . . took a year's vacation from
school - - all better now . . . Latin
prodigyl? Miss Paulsen knows it . . .
pounds the piano for everyone - -
sings alto in chorus . . . plays every-
thing from bells to cymbals in band
. . . knits sweaters for herself, but
her family ends up wearing them! . . .
avid ping pong player . . . writes
backwards . . . ambitious.
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"Ethel" . . . lost "Boston sticker"
- - special souvenir'?? , . . Mr. Torrey
says he is going to miss her in his-
tory - - so will Peanut . . . is a big
pest to a certain someone! . . .
drivers training - - she'll wreck that
car yet . . . picked up that laugh in
some lost place . . . a swell dancer
. . . runs around with "Red" . . .
spends most her time at the Union
. . . seen in a light tan Dodge!! . . .
comfortable couch in front room?! . . .
stays home after heavy dates - -
hmrnmm! . . . good artist - - rare kind
. . . catches cold riding on motor-
cycles . . . fun.
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the Sugar Bowl, but can think of
better places! . . . lcngthens his
nights by sleeping all day - - espe-
cially in class . . . plays the "Ban-
dits" for extra money - - quarter or
dime? . . . gets in to some pretty
good poker games . . . occasionally
works for "pop" at the Sun office . . .
darn good soccer player - - but
spoiled a season by being laid up
. . . ,can be found laying ping pong
at Al s - - that's alili? . . . takes col-
lection at church . . . flashy dresser.
"Helen" . . . often found in Canis-
teo - - goes square dancing every Sat.
nite . . . future homemaker - - the
stools were giving her ti rough time
. . . tree fell down when it saw her
coming - - during drivers' trainingl?
. . . never eats - - takes pills instead
. . . always found with Dorothy . . .
took a trip to Oregon - - on the train
. . . d0esn't swim- - rather lay inthe
sun . . . good sewer . . . enjoyed a
certain trip to Greenwood one night!!
. . . seems interested in llornell - -
vould it he the boys then-?l . .
JO ANN WHEATON
"Jo" . . . always getting passes
for Mrs. Slllf'lKt'f - - interest in tht-
for 509 I
leader for two yt-.irs . . . drives
through Alfred like mad - - sxxitt h
hoard operator . . . thi' classes'
. . refuses to sell :XA pencils
- s trlieap . . . xllX'S1tV vlieer-
Champion "Gravy Kid'.' . . . likes the
name "Hob" - - good standby . . .
makes a good forward in basketball
- - mernlwr of the "flip 5" in gym
class . . . pretty good at ping pong
tool . . . can't rt-sist getting sick at
10 weeksl? . . . has a rough time in
English - - erasersl . . . neat.
"Pat" . . . likes to vxander in the
north end of the hall . . . blond hair
ireall and nim- smile . . . takes over
eighth period study hall in l,indy's
room - - quiet hunt-hll . . . roller
skates a lot . . . na-vt-r stays home - -
out every nite . . . C'.in't make up her
mind wliivh one - - got so IHHIIV hoy
friends . . . jean in our great drama
. . . takes gym with the sixth graders
. . English, favorite class - - tack-
les big words - - aggravating aren't
they?! . . . square dancer . . . pet
peeve - - history . . . llappy-godliclxy.
"Phill" . . . happy little kid . . .
owns at vompletely lost dog - - loves
mire . . . skips school - - gets tired
easily . . . chases around for Virginia
and tape revorcter . , . always get-
ting ht-r rlass ring bavlt - - in c-hurvlil
. . . use to study lnlt-rrunwlititvreal
hard - - esper-ially lata- at nightl . . .
borrowed ,,l.f1-5 from Donny - - we
lieard about it . . . has a little sister
who has more fun in the :raft-tvria?
. . . threatens to c-ut her hair shorter
if Don gets a brush 1,-ut f- W 5ll0I'lt?X'?l
. . . goes to Letvhwortli exery year
- - gets lost too . . . short and
Serum Glen allot!
FRESHMEN We were really SCDIOFS that IS SCHIOYS rn Junior High School We
would rather have been Freshmen 1n Hlgh School though As trme went on we pre
sented the play Who Wouldn t Be Crazy and by the tlme ll was completed every
one was really crazy' The cast conslsted of Warren Truman Don Blehl Lola
Sutton Judy Burdlck Dale Lorow Beverly Hargraves Don Armstrong Russell
Allen Joanne Wheaton Marie Cook Betty Snyder and five others who have left
The play was drrected by Mr Wlllard After the play was over and a great success
we started workxng on the May Frolrc At the dance Arlrta .lohnson and Kenneth
Snyder were chosen Duke and Duchess The class officers for thls year were Don
Brehl Pres Sylvla Ferry Vlce Pres Lola Sutton Sec and Mane Cook Treas
SOPHOMOHES As Freshmen we mlssed our annual class p1cn1c so we declded
to hold ll at the begmnmg of our Sophomore year After findmg some Chaperons
'Vlr and Mrs Stucker we all pxled into a bus and headed for the Bath Farr We had
a wonderful time rn sprte of the ram and other minor mlsfortunes At the beglnmng
of the year wrth Warren Truman as president we declared that we were gomg to
make some money We werent golng to be the usual xnactlve Sophomores After
much debate we resolved to sponsor a movle Black Bart at the Majestic Thea
ter We were a llttle dlsappomted rn the show but we made 350 so who were we
we antlcxpated even more Thls year was falrly quxet even though we were con
stantly holdlng class meetlngs and making them last a whole perlod After we got
our class rlngs we were all carrying our hands up ln the alr so everyone could see
we were Junrors however as time went on there were a few rlngless Jumors any
way ln May we had our Junlor Prom wlth the theme of a troplc lsland Hey who
were the wlse ones that took all of the cocoanuts and pmeapples" They weren t
paxd for yet' Arllta Johnson and Donald Armstrong were chosen by the band as
Prmce and Prlncess of the affaxr With Donald Armstrong our class presxdent we
dlscussed the possrhxlxty of s onsonng another movle and putting a Juke box or
coke machlne ID the cafeterra ut that would have overworked us so we downed rt
SENIORS Happy dayl Now all we have to do rs count the good old history as
srgnments before the great day of graduatxon Wlth Lola Sutton our class president
we started the year off at top speed but xt sure was awful quxet wxthout brg
Dale Lorow Bemg Semors surprlses a lot of us It seems llke a b1g dream to us
when Mr Gllmore makes an announcement for the Semors and we know he means
us It rs a rather superlor feelln not that we carry any concert around wxth us
Thls year more and more we are ecommg separate lndlvlduals and most of us are
plannmg to o on to college or some sort of school but there are a few of us who
are wlse an getting marrled Qurt Your Kxddln was one of the hrgh lrghts of
the year along wrth the annual Semor Ball w rch provlded excuses to et out
of classes but mostly after school while the decoratlng was gomg on T e day
has arrived At last we are on our way, marchlng out of the audltorlum After shed
dlng our caps owns and tears 07 we collected what was left of us ln spite of
the heat lt wxl seem strange not comlng back next year but we have a stack of
swell memones and we know you will too as Semors
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Vol l lssue 5 Monday June 1 1960 Alcen Cxty
NEWEST SUMMER CREATIONS
TO BE SHOWN
Modeling the newest summer creations of Don
Blehls Fashions wlll be JoAnne Wheaton and
Ethel Travxs at the fashlon show sponsored by
Page 81 Palmer Department Store
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE TO SPEAK
Mxss Mane Cook Secretary of Defense wnll
give an address Advantages and O portunxtles of
the Armed Forces at Town Hall onday July 1
Colonel Donald Parker and Admxral Glenn Drumm
will be present during the afternoon to accept any
The Misses Lola Mae Sutton and Judlth Shaw
Burdick dled Aprxl l of Alcemtxs which had been
progressmg sxnce 1950 Miss Sutton and Mrss Bur
drck were cremated at the Armstrong erematonum
where an 1m resslve funeral was held The Rever
end Dale ead Lorow ofiicrated at the servxce
Dangerous Dan McGreen owner of the famous
Flea Clrcus has lost two of hls pet fleas who an
swer to the names Oscar and Oswald If found
ree txcket to one of the shows
MENS TEAM UPSET
The National Woman s Baseball team managed
by the Peck Slsters won a thrxllmg game from the
Natxonal Men s Team managed by Don Cameron
Mason Preceedmg the game Mr Duke Reynolds
star of the Metropolxtan opera led ID the slngxng
of the Natnonal Anthem
GARBAGE COLLECTOR HAS
Lyle Dyke garbage collector had hrs left foot
amputated because of gan ene due to drop m
arbage can on hls toe e was attended y is
amlly physxcxan Dr Lewis
SUCCEEDS IN SWIMMING
After the twenty first attem t Peg Falzarano
succeeded ln swimming the At antlc Robert Stud
ley and LaVergne Patton her coaches durmg thxs
long dxscouraglng and tedlous event pleaded wrth
Mlss Falzarano to gtve up the struggle due to
roughness of the water but she continued and was
first to succeed
Actress Mlss P J Button wxll currently be
seen rn Harold Strangs new o eretta The Dancing
Snowshoe Miss Buttons eadmg man wlll b
Wxlmer Merritt who has just come back from a tour
of Europe where he was roundly applauded
The newly elected mayor of Polecatvllle her
honor Sylvla Ferry appomted Warren Truman and
Shrrley lde as her deputles It w1ll be their duty to
keep the town free from fleas and H185
NEW USE FOR ATOM
The atomlc screntxst Dr Robert Bloomqulst
has discovered a new use for the atom which wxll
be of tremendous value to housewxves Dr Bloom
qulst and his assxstant Arlene Champlln demon
strated the use of the new can opener at the annual
meetmg of Atonuc Scxentlsts preslded over by Pro
iessor Russell Allen D U D who thou t the m
ventxon the most xngemous thmg ever rnvented
PRESENT DAUGHTERS AT PARTY
Mrs Frank Chapman and Mrs Kenneth Snyder
held a arty rn honor of thelr oldest dau ters
debut Pllesent at the party was the noted olum
mst Jabber Johnson who thought the behavlor of
the younger chxldren drsgraceful and left before the
children really got warmed up
15 purebred Siamese cats for Budde and Brun
dage County Home for Old Men Wnte Box 585
Bacherlorton N Y
The Snyder Publxshxng Co has just ublxshed
the latest book ofthe famous authoress lss Alice
Skxpp Aldnch entltled 'Love Comes But
Once Take It Whlle You Can Get Itl
WEST POINT GETS NEW INSTRUCTORS
The Mlsses Margle Cach and Helen Wlutford
have accepted posxtlons at West Point for teachlng
the technxques of marchxng
MEETING TO BE HELD
The regular meetxng of the Old Ladxes Unxon
will be held at the home of Mxss Phyllis Wllkxns
MISS Eleanor Cornellus wlll glve a talk on her ex
perlences touring the world on a bicycle
Wlll do washmgs and lromngs ln uxre at Har
graves and Zxrkelbach Laundry Wxl stretch or
shrlnk anythxng that shoulda t be
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First Row: B. Plank, J. Harris, A. Hinkle, S. Jacob, N. Davison, C. Gilmore, V. Hargraves, N. Short.
Second Row: J. Cotton, L. Roberts, M. Parish, C. Macintosh, M. Sutton, M. Terwilliger, C. Payne, M. Hils-
dorf, L. Cook. Third Row: W. Baker, W. Price, L. Watson, P. Stillman, R. Glover, H. McLane, J. Kame.
Fourth Row: R. Rossman, W. Ide, K. Schnautz, D. Green, J. McAndrews, D. Burdett, R. Lawrence, R. Wirt.
Absent: M. Preston, R. Johnson, C. Kenyon, S. Plank, V. Wheaton.
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Do you remember those days at the beginning of the 5 'Pr'
year when the Juniors weren't in debt? J . Mp'
Those were eventful days, for the second day of Ei' 4
school we chose our long awaited class rings. The X X-ft
suspense until they came was terrible, but when they fl
did - - fthat S20 that used to bel - - we were so proud
of them and still are!! The gold numbers: on either side
of our rings proved that at last we were Juniors.
On to bigger things - - ll Being an original class we
decided to have our big dance at Christmastime iwith
S37l. The day after Christmas we went to work hang-
ing crepe paper and snowflakes. Mr. Norton directed Standing: S. Jacob, Student Council Rcp.g M.
activities. How many times did we turn off the light - - Sutton, Sec., J. Cotton, Treas.g Mrs. Baxter,
for effect!!! After endless hours we held our unique Advisor. Seated: Mr. Norton, Advisor, J. Har-
dance on the 27th. ris, Pres., J. Kame, V. Pres.
In June we plan to do the decoratingafor the lucky
Seniors under the direction of Mrs. axter, "Aunt
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First Row: A. Decker, E. Phillips, A. Lebohner, P. Urmshy, J. Pendleton, E. Johnson, A. Binder. Second
Now: A. Mclntosh, M. Mulligan, J. Bushnell, J. Burdick, D. McCrea, K. Wilkinson, D. Norton, D. Payne, C.
Pierce. Third Row: E. Harris, S. Del.avergne, A. Ormsby, D. Brown, A. Perry, H. Wheeler, A. Chandler, M.
Towuzen. Absent: C. Stevens, C. Travis, I. Wakefield, W. Shaw, D. Davis, P. Davison, A. Burton.
First Row: Mrs. Laurell, A. Ormsby,
Treasurer. Mr. Johnson. Second
Row: E. Phillips, President, A.
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The sophomore class has carried on very few activi-
ties, inasmuch as this is our first year to be "really"
in senior high school. According to our schools six,
three, three plan. As freshmen we were the seniors of
the junior high school.
In the last three years in junior high school, we
helped with two freshmen plays, and finally last year
produced our own play "Everything Happens To Us"
which we feel was a success. The proceeds from the
production were enough to finance the annual junior
igh dance. Mr. Willard had a party at his home in
honor of the play cast.
Our sophomore class has provided the school with
several athletes for soccer, baseball, track, junior
varsit and varsity basketball. These athletes have
contributed much to the success of each respective
ln the future we hope to contribute our share to our
Lrst Row: C.
Is, I.. Hargraves, P. Spaine, I
-. Witter, S. Maclntosh, A. Th
, . Bailey, H. Snyder, S
zlnons, L. Frencl '
ird, D. '
First Row: J. Stock
. Second ffow: L Fi
Harrison, C. Piero
, B. Nye, K. Stebbins
. nnegan, M. Patton '
e, M. Hargraves, '
. , C. Crdfoot, D. Orrn
H. Newman, P. Sp
, J. Bre
, S. Cl' '
, W. Cook, D L
. C. DeLavergne
B. Falsst, lf. V
sby, R. Watson D
Car- Fourth ft'
. ewis, M B
, B. B'-lrfl
anDuser. 7' '
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ow: C. Fu
, '. Dunn, L
air, R. W
er, D. H
en, J. Ur
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ser, L. H
nk, H. B
. Lewis, '
lv. 7. DeI.ap, E.
enry, D. Atkins, J. Erskine,
roughton, F. Van Orman, V. Allen, li.
'l. Wheaton, P. lcle. Fahd Rouf."lV. Payne, ll.
Palmer, S. Pierce, H. Burdick, A. Stares, H. Jones, P.
. Brundage. Absent: J. Harvey, L. Heers, J. Mulligan, F Stuart.
. ' -k
.. Getz, J. Tucker, J. Pai
omas, T. Cordon, N. S
. Baker, E. Svhnautz, E. '
1. Thzrd 1?ou'.' H. Thomas, '
Bird, R. Emerson, Pj. Ar
C. Odell, H. I
odge, l N
ne, ll. llaker,
nyrler. .SZ-conf! fiom' l"
Harman, J. Sick, J. Nye, M
R. Schwartz, H. Barnes, ll
mstrong, J. Gillette. Fourzh
.awrenCc, R. Jelferrls, H. '
.. Igaston. ,flbsenzx ll. Fren
. Weaver, J. ld:
l1'0w.' K. Page l
BUFd1Ck, C. MCM
ch, B. Henry, l-I. Sh
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GIIUS, M. .1
aw, E. T'
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First Row: K. Mensinger, H. Van Skiver, B. Atkins, D. Paimer, L. Sutton, R. Armstrong, .
Miiis, D. Decker, K. Parker, P. Ciancy, A. Parish, D. Moraitis. Second Row: D. Travis, S.
Easton, V. Charnpiin, R. Atkin, R. Muilen, C. Paisst, B. Straight, A. Hurd, S. Roherts, S.
McLane, S. Bird, Ni. Camnheii, N. Wiiiiarns, D. Pariey, S. Thomas. Third Row: D. Post,H.
Pendieton, B. Hitchcock, J. Dnshneii, S. Aidrich, J. Giirnore, B. Rogers, E. Cartwright, A.
Barnes, D. Aiien, V. Bnchanan,L. Carnes, K. Grantierf Absent: A. Ciancy, U. Coie. E..
Drew, L. Driscoii, H. Zimmerman.
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First Row: D. Coleman, J.
First Row: N. Van Duser, B
Broughton, P. Washburn, R
Greene, J. Wilcox, R. Travis
W. Ormshy, D. Coombs, J. Sick
J. Wilkins. Second Row: S
Egger, N. Neeley, N. Cart-
wright, W. Rice, M- Dickinson
B. Rigby, S. Taylor, M. Green:
V. Rice, R. Myers, C. Gayhart
Third Row: W. Harvey, E. Wag-
ner, H. Terwilliger, D. Page
R. Hoffman, O. Young, D. Gre
ory, A. Davis, L. Hunt, E
Flint. Absent: L. Tucker.
First Row: M. Clancy, V. Gil-
lette, J. Borton, L. Crooks, S.
VanGorder, J. Thacher, J.
Thomas, R. Stockweather, F
Clancy. Second Row: B.
Nobles, H. Wilson, B. Hoffman
J. Dunn, H. Hurd, N. Moraitis
B. Campbell, D. Farley, K.
Porter. Third Row: A. Chand-
ler,-T. Doorley, B. Mays, C.
Phillips,,J. Bey, R. Hogan, J.
Clair, T. Gayhart, S. Easton.
Absent: B. Spaine, E. Ormsby
Lemon, S. Cook, M. Tucker,
J. Greene, T. Johnson, D.
Maclntosh, C. Wilkinson,
D. Wells. Second Row: B.
Porter, C. Patrick, R. Hen-
ry, 0. Mitchell, M. Meeks,
R. Champlin, ll. Shawl, R.
Hoffman, C. Williams, J.
JeBerds, W. Plank. Third
Row: G. Metzger, P. Leath-
ersich, W. Page, S. Wein-
land, F. Farley, B. Nye, R.
Gos er, C. Chandler, B.
Righiy, Z. Pierce, F. Cook.
First Row: K. Doty, R. Kenyon,
D. Van Duser, K. MacIntosh, D.
Habern, J. Brennan, M. Kame,
D. Patton, B. Pierce. Second
Row: E. Shaw, J. Tucker, B.
Jacox, P. Washburn, L. Smith
E. Baker, P. Mensinger, A.
Mitchell, M. Tucker, D. Snyder.
Third Row: P. Lawrence, B.
Pendleton, S. Smith, O. Saltzer
S. Mason, D. Mott, S. Nye, R
Mosher, J. Burdick, L. Hibharai
Absent: B. Reynolds, D. Bur-
First Row: F. Olin, B. Allen,
J. James, S. Emerson, H. Wil-
liams, D. Wright, S. Pierce.
Second Row: G. Harvey, B.
Davison, R. Wilkins, G. Langer,
J- Glover, C. Baker, R. Tucker.
Third Row: S. Green, S. Wein-
land, R. VanOrman, J. Doty, P.
Brown, R- Dunn, S. Watson.
fbsent: E. Cordon, A. Champ-
First Row: D. Cornell, J. Mar-
vel, L. Sutton, V. Dickinson,
P. Wheaton, C. Smith, M. Mc-
Mahon. Second Row: L. Davis,
G. Ormsby, C. Flint, E. Hib-
bard, J. French, J. Smith, J.
Brennan, L. Tucker. Third Row
C. , J. , C.
Meeks, K. Cornelius, R. Wash-
burn, E. Pendleton, W. Cook, R
Goodwin. Absent: D. Lebohner,
A. Gregory, R. Hutchinson, B.
First Row: M. Spaine, D. Cay-
hart, J. Tucker, J
Second Row: J
dett, P. Hihbard
R. Goodrid e, A.
Taylor, R. Taker. T
R. Post, H. McCrea, E.
ler, W. Rice, E. Allen
Pierce, D. Buchanan, D.
First Row: S. Harwood, D. Mc-
Mahon, E. Hale, K. Van Duser,
A. Stebbins, B. Bromley, L.
Biehl, T. Coleman, G. Olin, B.
Allen. Second Row: M. Zirkel-
bach, M. Bird, P. Wasson, M
Henry, D. Jefferds, U. Warren
D. McCrea, L. Wigent, R
Baker, W. Neeley. Third R
B. Samuelson, D. Dickens, C
Thacher, L. Chandler, M. We
K. Rogers, J. Nye, J. Reyno
R. Cornell. Absent: B. Dom
C. Arnold, S. Smith.
First Row: E. Mosher,
Brooks, S. Scofield, B. Knicker-
bocker, L. Spaine, A. Stevens,
P. Gayhart, S. West, S. Perry,
E. Phillips. Second Row: R.
Kenyon, W. Chandler, R. Lorow,
G. Baker, C. Wilson, R. Wright,
B. Bartoo, D. Dobson, D. Good-
win, L. Willard, C. Perkins.
Third Row: S. Wheaton, K. Cart-
right, J. Bordeaux, F. Aldrich
H. McCrea, E. Mosher, T. Cole-
man, S. Conderman, J. Palmer,
P. Watson, M. Thomas.
First Row: D. Champlin, W.
Hale, R. Henshaw, A. Denning,
D. Lawrence, B. Coleman, E.
Chandler, F. Pierce, C. Davis
B. Argyros, C. Sherman, D.
Dorton, J. Langer. Second Row:
R. Clancy, H. Doty, T. Crooks,
G. Maclntosh, M. Parish, N.
George, G. Heller, R. Jacox, F.
Carlson, J. Neeley, J. Mosher,
B. Knickerbocker. Third Row:
G. Schultz, J. Baker, S. Patrick
W. Frechette, J. Saltzer, L
Davis, C. Nye, F. Shelley, C.
Smith, P. Emerson, G. Marvin
A. Dickens. Absent: D. Wright,
L. Harwood, G. Smith, J. Davis,
S. Gilmore, H. Burton, W. Gay-
First Row: C. Davis, M. Wil-
kins, R. Rucker, H. Hale, B.
Guthrie, D. Richmond, T. Hen-
shaw, J. Payne, A. Ormsliy, D.
Brutsman, K. Patton. Second
Row: B. Burdick, C. Leather-
sick, R. French, D. Davis, D.
Denning, C. Vanderhoef, M.
Sick, A. Williams, L. Whitney,
L. Newman. Third Row: J.
Habem, M. Rice, B. Stevens,
A. Chandler, J. Studley, K.
Hurd, R. Jones, P. Duell, M.
Visscher. Absent: V. Saltzer, J.
Burdick, V. Nye.
First Row: H. McMahon, D.
Green, J. Champlin, G. Marvel,
G. Porter, G. Miller, S. Tucker,
P. Stevens, C.. Habern, M.
Thacher, L. Patchen, L. Elling-
ton, M. Clair. Second Row: .
Davis, S. Metzger, D. Peake, A.
Phelan, E. Hibbard, B. Cornell,
E. Ormshy, M. Stevens, D.
Washburn, A. Denning, B. Sny-
der, C. Lawrence. Third Row:
ll. Baker, N. Stopper, D. Butts,
A. Pierce, M. Funk, L. Drake,
M. Chandler, D. Warren, G.
Perry, C. Sephton, J. Lewis, L.
Linza. Absent: G. Jefferds, P.
Cook, D. Kolstad, P. Miller K.
First Row: M. Vanderhoef, M.
Darling, R. Richmond, J.
Ogden, D. Frefzhette, B. Kin-
caid, G. Stebbins, P. Williams,
B. Shelley. Second Row: A.
Whitney, A. Simpson, J. Stud-
ley, R. Davis, D. Neeley, J.
Lewis, D. Cayhart, S. Russell,
M. Davis, C. Hadsell. Thin!
Row: H. Saunders, P. Emerson,
J. Smith, S. Buns, N. Post, J.
Jeflerds, S. Coon, D. Burdick,
R. Cornell. Absent: N. Arnold,
M. Auer, M. Burton, B. Champ-
lin, D. Dodge, P. Slusarski, D.
First Row: B. Clancy, K.
ley, 'l'. Harwood, E. Briggs, li
M el-rs, L. Wilkins, M. Glady, J
Birdetl, lil. Evans, T. Visscher
lj. Ellington. Second Row:
McMahon, B. Nicholson, li.
likin, A. Hunt, J. Wells,
Kernan, C. McMichael, P
Clancy, K. Bingham, Pl. D,
V. Funk, D. Dodge. Thim' R
G. Washburn, T. Bordeaux
Dodge, J. Hale, L. Perry,
Meyers, J. Bey, V. Blaseui, R
Nipher, C. Dobson. .4bSl'I7.f.' D
Bartoo, ll. Davis, T. Davis, P
5 g Dungan.
First Row: S. Pierce, A. Ogden, M. Spaine, D. Burdett, B. Davison, E. Allen, K. Snyder, S. Weinland
Pierce, B. Post, S. Emerson, K. Porter, V. Gillette. Second Row: J. Patchen, H. Williams, B. Jacox,
Porter, C. Baker, J. Tucker, P. Mensinger, B. Ormsb , H. Hurd, C. Phillips, B. Pendleton, M. Tucker,
Mitchell. Third Row: J. Brennan, D. Buchanan, R. Man Orman, P. Leathersich, M. Green, B. Rigby,
Rigby, Z. Pierce, N. Neeley, J. Jefferds, D. Coombs, C. Williams, D. Macintosh.
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Our Editor-in-Chief, Lola Sutton, surely did a bang
up job of "plugging" and Hpushingu. Now the results
are before you, we hope you enjoy it, a little at least.
Rosemary Chapman, our Literary Editor, left the coun-
try with her accomplices as soon as the yearbook was
comileted. Donald Armstron , Sports Editor, did a
swell job of landing our atiletic associations. Art
ldditor, ,Iudy Burdick, had a marvelous time drawing
page after page of little men. She's okay now though.
Business Manager, Sylvia Ferry, always issued the cry
of money, money, money. It would have been so nice
if we could have found a hidden treasure some place.
Boi: Bloomquist, Advertising Manager, was tr mg all
the time to find some way to get out of school gllistoryl
and sell ads. Arlita Johnson, Sales Manager, collared
everyone, twisted their arms, and got money out of
them. Wish she would show some of us how to do it.
The Senior Staff wants to thank all of the assistant
editors: Joe Cotton, Ardis Hinkle, Paul Stillman,
Carolyn Bird, Marion Sutton, Corrine Maclntosh,
Carolyn Gilmore, Mary Hilsdorf and to all the others,
whose help was greatly appreciated.
Our faculty a visors also assisted us a great deal.
Seated: Rosie-Chapman, Arlita Johnson, Sylvia Ferry, Judy Burdick, Robert Bloomquist, Donald Armstrong.
Standing: Ardis Hinkle, Miss Paulsen, Mary Hilsdorf, Corrine Macintosh, Marion Sutton, Carolyn Gilmore
Mr. Gilmore, Miss Flmens, Joe Cotton, Carolyn Bird, Miss Janet Wheaton, Paul Stillman.
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Palms' ng PTUS
Shirley Maclntosh rs presxdent
of the ,Iumor Hlgh Student Coun
cll From the four homeroom rep
resentatxves Norman Payne room
210 was elected the vrce presr
dent and Mary Anne Barley room
213 secretary and treasurer
Other homeroom representatlves
are Joanne Slck from room "ll
ang Robert Harrlson from room
The class representatlves 7th
grade David Palmer Sth grade
Betsy Burdette 9th grade Carroll
Wxtter representlng the jumor
hr h on both counclls
he mnth grade advlsor M
Wlllard automatxcally acts as
advlsor to the ,Iumor Hxgh School
Tn gs NMSS
5 A dvzs or
The 1950 Student Councrl has
sponsored many actlvltles Among
these are full length movies the
junror Red Cross Halloween
parade the student store and
school crests The Councrl has
acted as a clearlng house regu
latmg money maklng proyects and
other actrvltles of VBIIOUS school
organlzatlons The Councll spon
sored Empxre State Week for
the purpose of ralslng money to
buy a New York State flag to re
sent to Edward L ,Ieambey
turer and collector of flags The
Councxl IS a member of the Na
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Our first responsibilit this year
was to make our program for the year.
The first big event was the Father-
Mother Banquet with the F.F.A.
boys. Next we had a Christmas party
and packed boxes for needy families.
Our Valentine arty was combined
with showers liar B. Shaw and I.
Wheaton. A St. Pats party and weiner
roast finished u our parties All this
was topped off y planting red roses
our Club flower
F11-et Row L Hargraves R Lewls D Greene G
Drumm G Travis R Rossman M Preston Second
Row H Stran C Pierce G Odell D Payne M
Townzen W aker B Schwartz R Thomas Thzrd
Row E Shaw L Patton B Burdick I Wakefield
Green D Burdett A Perry A Chandler Absent R
,Iefferds K Page C Kenyon R Lawrence
The officers of the Alfred Almond boys 4- H
club for this Year are Presldent R Thomas
Vice Presldent B DeLavergne Secretary E
Stuart Treasurer R ,Ieflerds Reporter F
Van Orman Cheerleader D Fenner
Twenty members attended Achievement Day
at Olean October 30th 1949 Members of the
Club have broadcasted tw1ce on the Saturday
4 H program of Olean Station WHDL There
are now forty five members with different
Agricultural rojects Three Club members
competed in t e judging contests at the Wells
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First Row P Button D Budde S lde A Champlin
B Hargraves Mrs Crusen Second Row A Johnson
M Terwllllger M Falzarano V Hargraves D Brun
dage H Whxtford M Cook B Plank T Pa e Third
Row B Peck E Travis E Cornelius F. eck P
Zlrkelbach L Cook M Hilsdorf ,I Kame ,I Wheaton
Absent A Aldrich B Snyder I George C Payne V
The Alfred Almond Chapter of Future Farm
ers has been HCIIVG this year
The followlng members spent a week at
Oswegatxchxe last summer H Strang D
Payne C Stevens A Chandler A Perry
The officers for this year are G Drumm
Presldent D Greene Vice President G
Travis Secretary R Lewis Reporter R
Rossman Treasurer M Preston Sentinel
and Mr V O Linderman Advisor
We had a joint banquet with F H A glrls
Frank Arnold our State President was the
honored guest Our guest speaker was Dr
Cecll DHVIS the prlnclpal of Bolivar Central
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First Row E Shaw D Fenner F Van Orman L Stu
art R Thomas C DeLavergne ,I Lemon R Stock
weather Second Row ll Kenyon K Doty lx Mac
Intosh R Baker ,I Dunn ,I Brennan M Ixame T
Dorley D Coleman Thtrd Row B Mays M Meeks R
Champlm L Hargraves V Champlin P Lawrence T
Gayhart D Wright K Cornelius Fourth Row E Shaw
,I Pendleton G Odell R Hoffman S Clair R Lewis
P Spencer H Pendleton K Grantier F Farley R
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Fourth Row: Mr. Johnson, L. Sutton, H. Wirt, N.
Snyder, F. Van Orman, R. Brown, S. Pierce, J. Bur-
dick, L. Roberts, R. Jefferds, R. McLane, C. Witter,
D. Ormsby, J. Paine. Absent: C. Gilmore.
In November some of our members attended All State
in Canandaigua, New York. Those who represented
our school were J. Burdick, P. Button, L. Sutton and
At Christmas we presented a musical with several
solos distributed among us.
Our usual spring concert was held and enjoyed by
all who participated.
Officers: President, L. Sutton, Vice President, J.
Burdick, Secretary, A. Hinkley Treasurer, S. Jacob,
Wana ers, D. Arrnstron , D. Biehlg Librarians, A. Mac-
lntos S. Maclntoshg Dniform Managers, J. Harris, A.
Third Row N Sn der C Witter F Tucker D Dod e,
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P. Stillman, D. Armstrong, D. Biehl, J. Harris, E
Harris, L. Roberts, R. Wirt. Absent: S. Plank, E. Har
man, C. McManus, M. Mullen, L. Getz.
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Mr. Olin Johnson
EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO Us
Robert St. Clair
The Ross family is excited hecause Rhett, M.
Townzen, their oldest son, is going East to marry the
daughter of a multi-millionaire. Mrs. Ross, A. Orrnsby,
and Mr. Ross, D. Brown, reluctantl agree. They de-
cide that their old home isn't good' enough, so they
huy a new one, which Mrs. Ross and her two younger
sons, Jay, E. Harris, and Ronald, B. Van Gelder, try
to redecorate hefore Rhett comes home with his hride.
The younger Ross hoys naturally have their crushes,
who are Gloria Thatcher, E. Phillips, and Martha Fay,
S. DeLavergne. Then there is Esther Todd, A. Mac-
Intosh, the heautiful hut mysterious maid, Josephine
Cartwright, M. Mulligan, a spinsterg Charley Ducan,
D. Payne, a man-of-all-trades, Ike Hicks, D. Loper, a
telephone employee, and lva Sorrel, A. Decker, a real
The tragedy comes when Rhett calls from New York
saying ' The millionaire won't let me marry his
daughter." The manner in which everything is straight-
ened out makes up the balance of the play.
M. Mulligan, E. Phillips, E. Harris, D. Payne, D
Brown, A. Omishy, M. Townzen, A. Maclntosh, D
Loper, A. Decker, B. Van Gelder, S. DeLavergne.
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Q "'+4' Fzrst Row D Martin P Woodruff
D Loper V Wlrt R Decker D
Brehl R Coleman D Annstron
D Green Second Row C Freeland
Mgr Mr Stxllman R Johnson R
Wlrt W Baker H Lawrence F
Burdxck A Perry ,I Harrls C Rug
by W Pnce E Johnson Coach
The 1949 team was com osed of approxlmately the
same lxne u as the year efore Several newcomers
were out an the outlook was ood Des xte a shortage
of pltchers and mconsxstent attmg t e boys nearly
got to the quarter finals We lost the first three games
but rallxed for a wm over B0l1V8.f Then we lost to a
more experlenced Cuba team After fallxng under
Wellsvxlle, we came back to edge w1ns over Bolivar
and Hornell Our final game was wlth Cuba, the wlnner
of whlch was to attend the quarter finals agamst
Addlson Cuba, after a seventh nnnmg rally, came
through to w1n by two runs Thus we fimshed the sea
son m second place ln the county "class B" and wrth
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The track team coached by Mark
Bud O Neil an A U student was
ot superb but rendered a very
ommendable job. ln the county meet
-A took a close second by placing
every event a fear which no other
chool had done. Outstanding team-
en were Harold Snyder who placed
rst in both the county and Section
mile-run and Bob Bloomquist 440
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With Coach Dale Thompson at the
helm A A Wrestling team got under
way last December Their schedule
included matches with Wellsville
Letchworth Bath Canisteo and
Bolivar with retum matches with
all except letchworth. It was hard
work all the way for most of them.
Those who proved themselves most
valuable were undefeated Bill lde
Glenn Drumm George Travis lus
Ronnie Broughton with one de eat.
The grapplers are now looking for-
ward,to the county playoffs and
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Dale Thompson man, C. Rigby, R. Bloomquist. Second Row: Coach C. Freeland, D
C0005 Green, R. Decker, P. Saunders, R. Lawrence, R. McLane, Mr. Stillman
Third Row: C. Pierce, C. Stevens, W. Reid, P. Foster, D. Amistrong R
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Harris, R. McLane, J. Albiston. Second Row: R. Johnson, R. Wirt, C. Travis, D. Greene, B. Lawrence,
Brown, R. Bloomquist, J. Harvey, E. Palmer. Third Row: C. DeLavergne, R. Burdick, C. McManus,
Jefferds. Fourth Row: R. Baker, L. Easton, D. Mason, Mgr., D. Lawrence, R. Rossman, K. Page. Absent:
C . Stevens.
A completely "green" team was the one that showed
up for practice this fall. With an equal amount of poor
and good weather and a minimum of injuries, the team
fared quite well. After "threshing" the newly formed Xl
Hornell team, we dropped the next two and broke even X
SCHEDULE with a win over Andover. The season ended with
another win over Homell.
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This year something new was added to the
Jay Vee Basketball squad. A young instructor
named Paul Seider became the first man to
coach only J.V. basketball. Under his leader-
ship, the Eaglets came away with ten wins
against seven losses. Those who witnessed
these contests usually found a great deal of
excitement, as these fast-breaking boys al-
ways put up a good scrap. For those who
really watched closely, the future A.A. stars
were seen. Those whose names appeared in
the high scoring columns were Gene Johnson,
with 14 points against Painted Postg Rog
Johnson, scoring 11 and 14 markers in the
Cuba and Wellsville amesg Mert Preston led
in the nip and tuck iattle against Waylandg
and Leon Easton, who loo ed in 20 points
against Fillmore. The Seidiemxen, however,
followed a more consistent schedule than did
the varsity. Thus ended an excellent season
with the prospect of a terrific season for
Let's go back to November and
have a ook at Basketball. lt is
Coach Powers' policy to fill varsity
positions with well deservers so
changes were taking place frequently.
On Thursday, November 17, our sea-
son opened with the Andover game
here. A close game, the purple and
white moved ahead in the third quar-
ter to win 37-30. Painted Post came
up for the second contest and forged
a rather lopsided win 46-19. The
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victory marked the first time in three Coach
years that the Indians were able to
beat A-A on our own court. By some Q
miracle, Dale Lorow was allowed to
play in the Bolivar game, a league
contest, which meant one of the step-
ping stones toward the play-offs. it
Playing a few minutes in each quar- if
ter, Dale was able to confuse the
Bulldogs and pile up a ersonal total i 63
of 43 points - - a recorcijin loop com-
petition and A-A went ahead for its
rst victory 67-59. Painted Post
again came out on top in our retum
engagement, but the margin wasn't so ,
great, adding u to only 19 points. ' -'.- ,S n
The second lieague game came
against Cuba on their court. The con- I
test was nip-and-tuck all the way . . . g
we led at half-time by one point, q,i if
Cuba by the same margin at three- A f 7
quarter time. With a minute and a Y 'pf Q W
half to go A-A went ahead to win by Xt ' ma ,sig ,Q 34
one point, 47-46 in a thrilling battle. ,X X , X ' T 2 af 8
In a non-league game, Wayland gave 1 Q f it "" it fm-tb 'H' 1
us a tough time in the first half, but , ,- fbfftgql EA Q at "' K- 5
A-A took the game 56-44 in the last 2 3. , ' I ' 4 ' if fl Q1 Ugg'
game before the Christmas recess. X Q. F V fvigfa
With the holidays came tpractice at 5 K' 2 I- ,xl 'Him-5535 'faaa
the Ag-Tech. gym in Alfre . With this i 1 ' . 1 wr if at Q.. gg
extra conditioning, the Wayland club 3 t fy ! X
was easily defeated 55-41. This was fi 1 , , 1 , ,fi
partly due to "Big Dale Lorow's" .V 'QF ' Q 5. ' f Mwfml
28 points. It was a tall, experienced , 'r ' New f Y 1 :Q
team the Eagles found in Wellsville - .
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'Andover 37 30
'Painted Post 46 19
'Bolivar 59 67 i
Painted Post 55 36
Cuba 46 47
Wayland 44 56
+w'ay1and 41 55
'Wellsville 64 36
Andover 35 67
Fillmore 30 67
Bolivar 44 34
'Clean 70 41
'Cuba 36 79
Wellsville 32 52
Arkport 61 72
"Fillmore 32 81
Olean 53 50
Bolivarf lay-offl 33 47 48
Hammondrsport 42 34
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the game ending with the Lions 28
points ahead. The Powersmen then
'came back" on Andovers' floor to
more than avenge the seasons' o ener
with a 67-85 win. After an easy 87-30
win over Fillmore, A-A met Bolivar
again. With all the tenseness and ex-
citement present, under which Boli-
var seemed to fare well, the Bull-
dogs took the game by ten points. In
keeping with an altemating season,
A-A fell victims of the Olean Hus-
kies. With Da1e's 24 markers and
Marx's 23, Cuba fell flat on the re-
turn league contest and also gave
A-A a better hold on B league stand-
ing. An exciting return game with
Wellsville found the Lions falling
under a dominating A-A squad, 52-
32. Des ite Dale's 28 points, plus
another 53, Arkport managed to hand
down an unexpected victory with an
11 point margin. Followin an 81-32
victory over Fillmore, tie Eagles
traveled to,Olean. For some reason
this game was continued through a
three minute time-out, but A-A
came very close, losing 50-53. Head-
lines on the Sports Page: "Alfred-
Almond Scuttles Bolivar for Allegany
"B" Championship". A soot ing
sight to the eyes were these words.
Not only that, but it meant that A-A
had won the right to play in the
quarter-final game. The going was
tough at first and left Bolivar with a
one point lead at half-time. But,A-A
came back with 19 points in the
third period and coasted the rest of
the way to win 47-33. High scores
belonged to Dale, who looped in 21
markers and Tony Biehl who hit with
the "long type".
Two nights later the season was
brought to a close in what is consid-
ered uite an upset, as A-A was
favored for a victory over Hammond-
Sport. The Eagles took an early lead
and the first quarter ended with a 9-7
margin. Closer yet, the half ended
16-15, favor of A-A. Then, Hammond-
sport took the lead 28-25 at third-
quarter time. Our tum came around
again and the Powersmen had a 30-
28 lead. The Lakesiders refused to
stay behind and went ahead to win in
the last three minutes by 8 points.
Despite its abrupt ending, the sea-
son ended with 11 wins against 9
losses and the "B" championship in
Allegany County. -
Much credit should go to Coach
Powers for a fine job working with
the fellows. Also, Mr. Stillman, our
faculaly mana er, Ken Wirt, our
chau eur and gftoger Norton, scorer
and timekeeper. You're a great group
of fellows and we appreciate your
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