Alfred Almond High School - Alcen Yearbook (Almond, NY)
- Class of 1951
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To you who have wullungly guxen your tnme
fred Almond and who have shown your slncere
Interest In student actlvltles and the students them
selves to you to whom the senuors are greatly IH
debted for guidance as their adviser tor three years
to you Roger D Norton everyone s trnend the
graduatang class of l95l gratefully dedecates t as
patience, and understanding to the students of Al-
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Standing Victor Cornelius, James Evans,
Clerk, Harold Reid. Sealed: John Reynolds,
Zgnarff O! KSIIAIFUHOH Charles Whiteman, President, Mrs. Ruth
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Sealed: Miss Virginia Wheeler, Secretary,
,,i,H.iPafJ Ofht-U Mr. John Gilmore, Principal. Standing: Mrs.
Janet Friend, Secretary.
Standing: Mrs. Ruth Glover, Kdg. Monitor, Mrs. Sarah Park,
lst Grade, Mrs. Ethel Dexter, 2nd Grade, Mrs. Bette Gram,
2nd Grade Monitor, Miss Caroline Church, lst Grade Mon-
itor, Miss Pauline Sanford, 2nd Grade. Seated: Miss Harriet jvafgifgq ,sfg l
Bailey, 2nd Grade Monitor, Mrs. Luella Straight, Kdg., Miss '
Florence Mullen, lst Grade.
Mrs. Doris Paine 5th Grade' Mrs. Helen Calahan 4th Grade
Mrs. Lucille Hildebrand, 6th Grade, Mrs. Frances Coleman,
3rcl Grade, Mrs. Sarah Ells, 4th Grade, Mrs. Helen Wirt, 3rd jfactinq Cgfa K
Grade, Miss Mary Reilly, 5th Grade. Absent: Mrs. Winifred
Mensinger, 6th Grade.
MR ROGER NORTON
That s a good question
MR STANLEY RUGER
Senuor Hugh Mathematics
We ll go back to that later
MISS BEATRICE CROOKER
Senior Hugh Englush
Now let s get thus straight
MR ROBERT TORREY
Senuor Hugh Socual Studies
O K get out a sheet of paper
MR, IGNATIUS SCOTT
Junior High Mathematics
"What punishment shall we give?
MRS. MARGARET SCHUHLE
Junior High English
"Aw--come on fellas?"
MISS HELEN THOMAS
"Prenez le papier et le crayon,"
MR. ELMER WILLARD
Junior High Social Studies
"My opinion is-"
MR. VERLEE LINDERMAN
MR. A. PRENTICE STILLMAN
"Let's show our good sportsman-
MRS. DOROTHY CRUSEN
"Get your aprons on."
MRS LEONA WHITEMAN
O K get ready for a speed test
MP LYNN PHELAN
Its probably hidden un
MRS JUANITA PULOS
MR W PHILIP AUSTIN
Hugh School Music
Lets start over again
DR. ELLEN SUTTON
"Say 'ah', please."
MISS EMMA EMENS
Gurls Physncal Educatuon
lf the shoe fats put ut on
MR PAUL POWERS
Boys Physucal Educatnon
Love and basketball dont rnux
MRS ELEANOR SWEENEY
Let me take your temperature
MR RODNEY SHEFFlELD lAbsentl
Driver s Training
Push rn the clutch QUICK"
MRS MAE PETTENGILL lAbsent7
Only three on the couch
MlSS KATHERINE KARL
Are you planning on gonng to col
MR JACOB SCHUHLE
Lets have ut quiet In here
Kenneth Wrrt Clinton Hamlin
Raymond Studley William VanOr
man Mrs Pearl Whitaker Ernest
Bird Absent Donald Pierce
STANDING: Eugene Carpen-
ter, Ernest Bird, Leo Dickin-
son, Paul Conderman, Wil-
Iiam VanOrman, KNEELING:
C I e o n Goodwin, Clinton
Hamlin, Raymond Studley,
Kenneth Wirt. ABSENT:
STANDING Mrs Ada
Fr-rry Mrs Estlncr Bmhl
Mrs Lena Schwartz Mr
Erwin Dexter Mrs Gmac
Perry SEATED is
Melrose Lily M1n1qcr
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What a game!!!
Sudney tall blond blue eyes blushes easalyll
ways neat one of our qureter fellows member of the
F FA that Ilpstuck un nmtnatnonll lrves on Bald Hull
Inkes farmmg It s
Maxme long brown haur would make a good model
cute frgurelll hard workmg gurl after school hours
In school tool' typing her biggest worryll a whuz In gym
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MISS BEATRICE CROOKER ADVISER
The Senior class IS grateful to their advlser Mlss Crooker who
has been a constant help In guvmg us new and unsplrnng Ideas
for our actuvltues She us always wnlllng to help us when we need
guidance In stralghtenlng out our problems
Buddy always cheerful helps make thmgs Invelyl
following In Yogi Berra s footsteps rugged prefers to
eat an the library' lakes to cllmb out of wrndows Ives
up on Jeruco good sport
MR. ROGER NORTON-ADVISER
During our three years in high school Mr. Norton has been
our class adviser. We can always depend on him to advise and
help us with anything we undertake. We are thankful for the
patience with which he has endured our blunders and unpre-
"Joe" . . . blond blue-eyed, bashtul . . . editor of this master-
piece!! . . drives l?l around in a l93l Chrysler . . . it leaks!! . . .
just ask the Almond Youth Group . . . president of the Student
Council . . . pet peeve, solid geometry . . . busy.
Noreen what goes on at the Drive ln? has a million
nieces and nephews squeaks in Band and giggles in chorus
2 OO in the morning at Austin s!! loves Pl West Al
mond square dances bug hater impish
Pudgy goes everywhere with her oboe has interests
in a certain boys school collects ads for the Alcen
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"Berta" . . . toots the French Horn . . . keeps tabs on the first
trombonel . . . good soprano . . . always on the refreshment
committee , . . the punch at our proms . . . senior class chauf-
feur . . . dependable.
"Duane" . , . one of our tall seniors . . . likes track . . . enthus-
iastic basketball player . . . a baseball fan, too . . . brown eyes
and wavy hair . . . a terrific hunter . lof what??l . . . appears
to be quiet, but appearances are deceivingll . . . gets along.
in one of our Future Homemakers often seen at
square dances with Dick has very blue eyes likes wavy
red hair special interest in the Ag Tech77 or rather
someone in it' makes a good ref in gym class seen in
a green Chevy industrious
im minister s son angelic97 likes blue eyes a cer
tain pair lah but love and basketball don t mix"I one
of coach s MEN tinkers with watches Gopher boyll
Danger' drives a Studebakerll regular trips to the beauty
Marr always found out studlesl7I often borrows
cars' Otue s better half Bev s other self' lnkes to
laugh also enjoys eatlngl even the thmgs an Homemak
mg class sews all the tnme muschnevous
Hunk ardent sports fan of A A C S lcould be a pIayer7l
llkes certain curly head class secretary sunflower
transplanted from Kansas kruts wnth a drop stltch'
class oet' Iufe of a party lnterary edutor of this
class presudent gets buck fever every year
seems to have lost hrs class rung where ns nt? must luke
spmach look at has muscles' makes a good wrestler
drlves a man powered car' good natured
Jake Piccolo Pete pupes the flute pretzel eater
lfor shamell kntten on the keys Student Council
Rep specnalnzes an messes an lab actnve IH anythmg mu
slca one of dem bums Dodger fan of course
og regular sports tuend' soccer basketball baseball
mann Interests always found ln Al s an airplane desngner
some day? ask Mnss Crooker gets along well wnth Mr
Stillman another bachelor jumps tlcRlnsh7 wise
o busy bwsketball man spoke ' specual nn
terests at Ag Tech educ tion? prefers sleep to first
period class trwxels un style Ford man' plans to be
a bachelor? lnkes to dance nncely dressed sharp
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CORI NNE MACINTOSI-l
Cornre oh that smile helps create excitement at
lunch b lslne s man ger ul Alccn dynamite In gym
class r I w hud l e1dwches ot school store speed
demon ln draver s trannnng loves horn solos friendly
lm goes wro Jnrl with hus head ln the clouds literally
too he s 6 grv s Mr Stillman a rough time ln metals
class nexer will get has degree un Bachelors' stock Car
trend wears bwngs wound up
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Duck football mwterual at AAC S uts soccer and
basketball beware of h s twunklung brown eyes says hus
tory usn t so bud after all lately seen un company wuth tall
brunette' typung tan' lugs trombone around so nd
MARY JANE PARISH
prefers college lute to hugh school especually
Junuors pretty haur red? funds ut rather nousy to
study un Lub practuces track on way to school bus w
make a cute school marrn a swell friend
Carol prettv blue e
actuve un F H A
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es another homernakung major
and 4 H the tea leaves say her
future has a certaun Paul un ut known as cutue at Green
wood F H A money worries quuet
ev varsuty cheerleader majorung un homemakung
we wonder whyf9l knows about Ag Tech NOW
cross country fan Marx up everythung Mary s other self
unto everythung lukes ba k row at movues long black
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Shook answers the telephone to the name Wee but
who s calling? secretary of F H A our tlnnest senior'
takes mght classes In excavatung photography edntor
of the Alcen a brann In art cla s energetnc
Mert Glmpy won has Incense on a punch board
takes driver s trannnnq' likes SHORT people favorite
song I Never See Aqgle Alone enloys stock car
races' Wanna go to Home-ll? Go ahead' ast
Loule globe trotter' carrues has locker around wuth
hum' absent minded? musnclan fuddles at Crosby
Creek souare dances loves to walk cross country home
fruqhtens the chemrstry class an lab' creates laughter
genius un solnd geometry' a e
Klonduke lukes hunting at night wsth Pat Flash'
now Joanne' favorite saylncl ls that right .lames7
presndent ofthe F F A uses has head In soccer brown
eyes and long black lashes Blrdseye Snyder' rare
"Kenny" . . . gets a lot of college lite . . . loves to do dishes QD
likes Youth Rallies . . . or is it the fun afterwards? . . . Harry
James, ll . . . Alfred-Almond's JV cheering section lplays var
sityl . . . plays soccer and baseball, too . . . the great lover . . .
Norma short and sweet tootles the clarinet witty
has transportation troubles frequently visits near Arkport
takes hornemaking planning for the future maybe?
even has a hope chest' member of F H A neat
our class jokester disrupts band those mutes'
here and there with the camera THE tenor section
of Chorus digs up our sports news for the Alcen has
trouble with his hair disk gockey' persistent
Murng Yong oh those yearbook sketches noise from
the sax section went to All State three years scribbles for
the chorus lsecretaryl Mrs Seidlin s prodigy' digs
up the darndest men' likes history clever
"Margaret" . . . always popping popcorn for F. H. A ..4. barged
in Homemaking room at wrong..time' . . . remember-IPD-. A .
basketball fan . . , likes Alfred . . . wants to be a secretary' . .
gets practice by working in the dairy . . . takes gym with little
kids' hard worker
rv belongs to F F A hey what s so nlce at Andover?
huh? likes green pickups' why? usually seen
walking to school likes English when we read' helps
Coach with the little kids' easy going
Larry six foot three sky scraper' some whiz in history
class what a memory' an avid Tiger fan helps the
class out on Field Day with his high pumps bespangled with
freckles good basketball player' bashful Pl
Dick causes a rumpus in band' brush cut boy'
Roger s pal' CMiss Crocker s too9l walked around In a
cast for a while baseball lefty trades class ring with a
certain alumna' looks Just Ducky in black wig and dress
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Yupee We ve made the grade' We re Sen
uors at last" All our work Pl hasn t been un vaun
Yet as we look back over the years we realuze that
along wuth the work weve had our share of fun
whule munglung wuth the students of Alfred Almond
Our socual lufe and our furst actuvutues as a class
began un seventh grade We learned how to dance
Pl un gym class and attended the May Froluc
to show off our newly acquured skull
Durung our year un eughth grade we gave a
hularuous one act comedy for assembly called
Bobby Sox ln the play Bobby Sox trued to steal
her older suster s boy fruend That year the Junuor
Hugh Student Councul was set up We were proud
to have two representatuves from our class on the
As Freshmen we were actually sensors lsenuors
un Junuor Hugh School? Thus year our class really
dud thungs un a bug way' We started off by send
ung a box of clothung to a poor famuly un Kentucky
and receuved un return some mustletoe whuch pepped
up the Chrustmas actuvutues un school We gave the
play Just Ducky under the able durectuon of
Mr Wullard Remember how sully we got at tumes7
Partucularly when Roger Johnson trued to say Well
shoot a mule' and when Duck Wurt appeared on
the stage un a punk organdy dress and black wug
The cast consusted of Jum Harrus Carolyn Gulmore
Joe Cotton Mert Preston Noreen Davuson Sara
Jocob Roger Johnson Duck Wurt Paul Stullman
Marlon Sutton and Ardus Hunkle After the play
we began gettung ready for the May Froluc um
Harrus and Ardus Hunkle reugned over the dance as
Duke and Duchess Wuth the leadershup of Vur
ounua Hargraves as presudent assusted by vuce presu
dent Mert Preston secretary Joe Cotton and stu
dent councul representatuve Joyce Kame we had
a very successful Freshman year Fueld Day we
racked up hughest score for both Junuor and Senuor
At last as Sophomores we were un Senuor
Hugh My we were proud of ourselves" Durung
our Sophomore year we had very luttle class actuv
uty We were however actuve un extra currucular
actuvutues such as soccer baseball basketball wrest
lung and cheerleadung Our advusers were Mass
Emens and Mr Norton The class offucers were
Roger Johnson presudent Mert Preston vuce presu
dent Mary Jane Parush secretary and Jum Harrus
student councul representatuve
Then we were Junuors and really upperclass
men" We got rught underway led by presudent
Jum Harrus arud vuce presudent Roberta Glover
auded by secretary Maruon Sutton treasurer Joe
Cotton and student councul representatuve Sara
Jacob Our class rungs were pucked out the second
day of school Poor Joe Cotton our treasurer had
a busy turne keepung all the records straughtll Then
our rungs came and luke all the other classes before
us and those to come we thought OUR rungs were
the best yet Soon however our rungs appeared
on hands other than they were orugunally meant for
wuth wads of adhesuve tape wound around them or
restung upon some masculune luttle funger
We decided to have our dance at Clarustm
tnme for a change and on S37 too Rememl er all
those tangled snowflakesv We ll never know where
Louue Roberts found the patuence to untangle
theml' Mr Norton our advuser was always there
helpung us even though we must have druven hum
near to unsanuty At las the cnt es hours o
decoratung were over Bob Lewus and Carunne Mac
lntosh ruled over our dance as Prunce and Pruncess
ln June under the durectuon of Mrs Baxter
our other advuser we decorated for graduutuon
The year was comurug to a end d t was la l
for us to belueve that un another ycar we would
the graduatung class
Last September as we marched to assembly
the furst day of school we realuzed we were honest
to goodness SENlORS'l There wasnt much change
though and ut s stull hard for us r
our last year un Hugh School Mo 1 of us are mak
ung plans for the future Some of us are go ng
on to college or plannung to get rnarrued but un
fortunately many of our boys wull be uounung thc
armed forces soon after graduatuon
T us year our offucers ere prc dent B ll
lde vuce presudent Corunnc Maclntosh rrt
Ardus Hunkle treasurer Carolyn Gulrnorr tl t
dent councul representatuve Sara lacub Rrmcm
ber those uproaruous class rneetuags tl at lat l
longer than they were supposed M37 J e C tt
held top honors thus year as presudent of the S'uu
urung Aprul we began gettung r ly f o ur
Senuor play After many lours ol fun and wr lf
on our part and patuence on r d uert r
we gaxe our play on the evenung rf Muy litl
Some of our members also took leads un th
enuor Hugh Productuon guven M rrh lfltl Tar
nuors also partucupated un the Sunuar Huga or
mal whuch was held the nught of May ?9th
ow the d y of graduatuon has come ant
as we march down the ausle gurls un wlaute gown
and boys un blue gowns mcmorucs pas before us
of skuppung class of basketball games of hustr y
assugnments of study C75 halls cf gym classes and
of many other thungs
As a funal end to actuvutues of the class of Sl
we are takung a Senuor trup soon after graduatuon
Thus has been made possuble for the furst lu c
by the newly organuzed Senuor Hugh Assocuatuon
So wuth our share of wonderful memorues we
eavung A A C S for the last fume We are
gratefully undebted to the faculty and students who
have made our years un school so worthwhule
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We the Senaors of Alfred Almond Central
School beang of sound mands whach as quate un
usual bequeath to our underclassmen our most
prazcd possessaons May they use them to the best
of thear abalaty
Wallaam Baker wallangly gaves up has allergy
to Davad Payne who doesnt lake to work eather
Donald Burdette leaves has talkataveness
Janet Bushnell who needs at to help her out
Johnny Albaston who as a deval l
To Gene Johnson who wants a car to drave
Wellsvalle lwe wonder what s over there? Joe Cotton
walls has Dad s Chevae IE Alfred Almonds taxa
Noreen Davason who would rather be Insade
than out gaves up her job at the drave an to Sue
DeLavergne who as past that stage
Carolyn Galmore bequeaths her cheers for
Lakemont to someone else Hers are reserved for
Alfred next year
Roberta Glover walls Dack McLane Whoops'
Last manute flash she thanks she can put up wath
ham for a whale longer
To Charles Paerce the brush cut boy Duane
Green walls has wavy locks
Varganaa Harqraves walls her Interest In the
Ag Tech to Anne Mclntosh who lakes the Greene
To Everett has brother James Harras be
queaths has clothes whach he can add to the collec
taon of Stanleys
Mary Halsdorf gaves her assurance of not be
ang an oll maad to Kathleen Walkanson who as
To Alberta Ormsby who as already an ardent
fan Ardas Hankle leaves her Interest an the A A
C S basketball team
Wallaarn lde bequeaths has abalaty to catch a
deer lor dear? to Pae Ormsby who has has troubles
To Camalle Crofoot who has the abalaty Sara
Jacob gladly leaves her place as flutast
Roger Johnson walls the hole that he wall leave
on the varsaty to Bob Baker who can fall It
Robert Lawrence bestows has abalaty to mass
farst peraod class lEraglashJ to Dack Lawrence has
brother lat must run an the famalyl
To Daan Norton Coranrae Maclntosh walls her
foolashness Now we can lave an peace'
James McAndrews walls has haar style to Bob
Jefferds who has the same troublell
To Arlang Perry who lakes UD has seat on the
bench Dack McLane walls has posataon on the varsaty
Mary Jane Parash w lls her abalaty to ska to
Eloase Phallaps tfrom experaence dont forget to
take a pallow J
To Alberta Bander who as usually seen but not
Beverly Plank walls her horse laugh to Dorothy
McCrea who can put at to good use
To Dack Brown who as 6 3 Sharley Plank walls
her shortness so he can come out of the clouds
Mert Preston walls has bulgang muscles and
heaght to Nelson Snyder we stall have hope
To Mr Norton who traes Louae Roberts walls
has attempts to blow up the chemastry lab
Ralph Rossman doesnt leave anythang h
prefers to keep at hamself
To Alyce Lebohner who as aust the opposate
Kenny Schnautz walls has boasterousness
Norma Short walls her sewang abalaty to Joan
Burdack who can use It an F H A
To Ralph Wheeler who as always crackang
corny aokes Paul Stallman leaves has supply
Maraon Sutton bequeaths her hastory marks to
James Pendleton lucky guy
Margaret Terwallager gaves he r abalaty to cook
good meals to Audrey Decker Pass the Tumsll
To Arthur Chandler who needs t lrvang
Wakefaeld walls has cow charmang abalaty
Larry Watson walls has freckles so Margaret
Mullagan can add them to her collectaon
Dack Wart walls has way wath the women to
Ball Shaw as af he needs atl'
Any other assets C73 we bequeath tothe faculty
whach can probably admanaster themll
Therefore we the Senaors beang of weak mand
and strong body do declare thas to be our last wall
and testament sagned In the presence of Mr John
E Galmore prancapal and Mr Erwan Dexter Ianator
on the 15th of January an the year of our Lord
naneteen hundred and fafty one
Sagned THE SENIOR CLASS OF l95l
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TOP ROW: D. Brown, A. Perry, A. Chandler, J. Pendleton, C. Stevens, W. Shaw, P. Ormsby.
THIRD ROW: J. Bushnell, C. Pierce, K. Wilkinson, D. McCrea, M. Mulligan, E, Johnson, E.
Phillips. SECOND ROW: Miss Emens, adviser, J. Burdick, S. DeLavergne, D. Payne, A. Binder,
Mr. Phelan, adviser. FIRST ROW: A. Mclntosh, A. Decker, E. Harris, A. Ormsby, A. Lebohner.
ABSENT: V. Wheaton, D. Norton, R. Wheeler.
President ..,.. -. ..,.............. Anne Mclntosh
Vice-President .................... Everett Harris
Secretary ....................... Alyce Lebohner
Treasurer ....................... Audrey Decker
Student Council Representative ..... Alberta Orrnsby
Since it is our third year in High School the
Junior class has a lot to talk about.
Our class has provided several athletes for soc-
cer, baseball, track, junior varsity and varsity basket-
ball. These athletes have contributed much for each
The high light this year was the purchasing of
our class rings to which we had all looked forward
with great expectation. We also inherited the pub-
lishing of our school paper from our upperclassrnen.
We as Juniors would like to express our appreci-
ation to Miss Crooker who so willingly helped us in
the publishing of our paper and to Miss Ernens and
Mr. Phelan who have helped to make our Junior year
a successful one.
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TOP ROW: F. Tucker, L. Wagner, R. Lawrence, R. Baker, F. Rice, R. Schwartz, R. Jefferds.
FOURTH ROW: L. Hargraves, J. lde, J. Albiston, M. Drake, M. Mullen, C. Bird, R. Burdick,
G. Odell. THIRD ROW: N. Snyder, M. Hurd, E. Thomas, V. Simons, R, Thomas, R. Emerson,
B. Weaver, D. Doty, D. Dodge. SECOND ROW: Mr. Ruger, adviser, R. Snyder, J. Gillette,
E. Harmon, E. Schnautz, E. Armstrong, J. Paine, J. Sick, Mrs. Whiteman, adviser. FIRST ROW:
M. Bailey, L. Getz, D. Bird, S. Baker, C. Witter, S. Macintosh, P. Spaine, J. Tucker. ABSENT:
C. Phillips, W. French, L. French.
President ........................ Shirley Baker
Vice-President ...,...,.,...,..,...e., Doris Bird
Secretary ..L.,.. . ..,....,......... Patty Spaine
Treasurer-- - ,.,.................. Carroll Witter
Student Council Representative .... Shirley Maclntosh
ln the Junior High, the Sophomore class was ac-
tive with various plays, dances, parties, and sports
activities. We surprised everyone by having the high-
est score on field day in both our 8th and 9th years.
ln our 9th year we produced the riotous three act
comedy, "Desperate Ambrose."
Finally, we were in High School. We didn't do
much this year as a class because of Senior High
Association rules, but we did take our share ot re-
sponsibilities by acting on committees, by providing
able basketball, baseball, and soccer players, wrestlers,
and cheerleaders. Besides these activities other mem-
bers have represented us in FFA., F.H.A., 4-H, and
in band and chorus.
The "big news" in the Junior High at the be-
ginning of school this year was the addition of two
new teachers: Mr. Scott to the mathematics depart-
ment, and Mrs. Schuhle to the English department.
The class of '54 chose as their adviser Mr. Wil-
lard. Then classes of '55 and '56 held their meet-
ings and elected Mrs. Schuhle and Mr. Scott respec-
tively, for advisers. The ninth grade elected Bob New-
man for their president, Russell Allen, vice president,
Philip Baker, secretary-treasurer, and Norman Payne
as representative on the Student Council. The eighth
grade chose Beverly Decker for president, Barbara
Allen, vice-president, Roberta Armstrong, secretary-
treasurer, with Brian Rogers representing them on
the Student Council. The seventh grade chose Tommy
Johnson for president, Clifford Patrick, vice president,
Wanda Plank, secretary, Mary Green, treasurer, and
Larry Hunt as representative on the Student Council.
The Junior High held its annual Christmas party
in the cafeteria. lt also performed its annual play,
and with the money taken in from the play paid for
their "May Frolic".
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TOP ROW: E. Pierce, B. Nye, R. Brundage, P. Baker, R. Harrison, S. Clair, E. Palmer, S.
Pierce, D. Lewis, R. Wasson, R. Jones, R. Burdick. THIRD ROW: Mr. Willard, adviser, R.
Newman, K. Stebbins, D. Brundage, J. Stockweather, P. Spencer, N. Payne, C. DeLavergne,
F. VanOrman, R. Allen, W. Cook, J. Harvey. SECOND ROW: B. Faisst, D. VanDuser, E. Stu-
art, M. Hargraves, D. Atkins, M, Barnes, V. Allen, D. Ormsby, J. Mulligan, G. Pierce, C.
Crofoot, J. Fenner, R. Broughton. FIRST ROW: M. Patton, E. Briggs, D. VanDuser, M.
Dunn, J, Drake, R. Carnes, P. lde, R. Watson, T. Wheaton, L. Heers. ABSENT: B. Burdette,
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TOP ROW: Mrs. Schuhle, adviser, V. Champlin, B. Straight, E. Drew, A. Barnes, S. Roberts,
L. Carnes, A. Hurd, R. Zimmerman, C. Faisst, C. Grantier, H. Pendleton, S Aldrich, E. Cart-
Q wright. SECOND ROW: L. Driscoll, D. Moraitis, L. Sutton, M. Campbell, P. Clancy, S. Mc-
Lane, B. Decker, S. Thomas, R. Atkins, K. Mensinger, W. Mills, K. Parker, D. Palmer. FIRST
ROW: D. Farley, J. Gilmore, B. Allen, V. Buchanan, R. Armstrong, R. Mullen, J. Bushnell,
R. Atken, S, Easton, B. Rogers, R. Post. ABSENT: A. Clancy, S. Bird, A. Parish, N. Williams.
TOP ROW: Mr. Scott, adviser, E Flint, S. Weinland, B. Hitchcock, F. Farley, B. Nye, W. Page, 0
D. Gregory, W. Harvey, M. Meeks, E. Wagner, O. Young, D. Page, R. Hoffman. THIRD ROW:
G. Metzger, W. Rice, W. Plank, S. Taylor, M. Green, V. Rice, M. Shaw, A. Hutchinson, M,
Dickinson, D. Wells, C. Chandler, Z. Pierce, B. Rigby, B. Rigby, J. Jefferds, J. Wilkins. SEC
OND ROW: D. Coleman, B. Porter, J. Lemon, P. Johnson, C. Patrick, W. Ormsby, S. Cook,
N. VanDuser, J. Wilcox, C. Wilkinson, R. Hoffman, P. Leathersich, R. Myers, R. Terwilliger. 6
FIRST ROW: N. Cartwright, P. Washburn, V. Broughton, J. Greene, D. Maclntosh, N. Neeley,
J. Phillips, R. Greene, S. Eggar, O. Mitchell, J. Sick, C. Williams, M. Tucker. ABSENT: D.
Coombs, R. Champlin, L. Tucker, L. Hunt, F. Cook.
TOP ROW: E. Baker, B, Pendleton, S.
Smith, S. Mason, J. Burdick, D. Mott.
THIRD ROW: D. Habern, R. McDan-
iel, M. Tucker, B. Reynolds, A Mitch-
ell, D. Burdick, O. Saltzer. SECOND
ROW: K. Snyder, I.. Smith A. Simons,
K. Mclntosh, P. Mensinqer, M Kamc.
FIRST ROW: B. Pierce, E Shaw, D.
VanDuser, D. Patton, B. Jacox, P.
Wightman. ABSENT: R. Sherman, S,
Nye, K. Doty.
TOP ROW: G. Phillips, J. Mays, B.
Hoffman, G. Wallace, H. Sherman, R.
Wilson. THIRD ROW: N. Miller, H
Hurd, R. Campbell, J. Dunn, J.
Thomas, J. Thacher, N. Moraitis.
SECOND ROW: A. Chandler, T. Door
ley, M. Clancy, S. VanGorder, J. Bev
W. Spaine, E. Ormsby. FIRST ROW:
V. Gillette, K. Porter, F. Clancy, R.
Stockweather, S. Easton, D, Farley, J.
Clair. ABSENT: I.. Crooks.
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THIRD ROW: E. Allen, R
Taylor, D. Buchanan, R. Post, M. Mc
lntosh, T. Hale. SECOND ROW: J
Tucker, J. Borton, M. Spaine, D. Bur
dette, J. Lewis, J. Doorley. FIRST
ROW: E. Schneider, A. Oqden, F
Phillips, D. Harwood, J. Patchen. AB
TOP ROW: G, Langer, P. Brown, S
Weinland, S. Green, R. VanOrman, S.
Watson. THIRD ROW: S, Emerson,
C, Baker, R. Dunn, J. Glover, A.
Pearcy, A. Champlin. SECOND ROW:
R. Wilkins, B. Davison, D. McKibben,
J. James, B, Allen, D. Wright, C.
Woodworth. FIRST ROW: F. Olin, S.
Pierce, R. Tucker, G. Harvey, E. Gor-
don. ABSENT: A. Doty, H. Williams.
TOP ROW: E. Pendleton, J. Smith,
M. Sherman, R. Washburn, W. Cook,
A. Gregory, R. Goodwin. THIRD
ROW: M. McMahon, W. Nevins, G.
Moraitis, K. Cornelius, M. Welton, S.
Lemen, C. Meeks. SECOND ROW:
D. Cornell, L. Davis, V. Dickinson, G.
Flint, D. Lebohner, L. Sutton, L.
Campbell. FIRST ROW: J. Marvel,
P, Wheaton, C. Smith, R, Hutchinson,
TOP ROW: R. Cornell, J. Reynolds,
M. Wells, S. Smith, L. Chandler,
Thacher, J. Nye. THIRD ROW: B.
Samuelson, U. Warren, W. Neeley, G.
Arnold, R. Dickens, L. Wigent, K
Rogers. SECOND ROW: E. Hale, S,
Harwood, G. Olin, K. VanDuser, D.
McMahon, B. Allen, L. Biehl, D. Mc-
Crea. FIRST ROW: T. Coleman, M.
Bird, A. Stebbins, M. Zirkelbach, D.
Jefferds, P. Wasson. ABSENT: R
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Editor in chief
STANDING: Mrs. Crusen, Mrs. Whiteman, Miss Wheeler, Mr. Gilmore, Miss
Crooker, Mr. Powers, Mr. Phelan. SEATED: M. Hilsdorf, C. Gilmore, C.
Maclntosh, J. Cotton, A. Hinkle, P. Stillman, S. Plank, M. Sutton.
Under the leadership of Joe Cotton, editor, the Alcen staff got off to
a fast start and stayed that wayll Ardis Hinkle, literary editor, attempted to
get everything written up by Christmas??l Sports editor Paul Stillman and
his camera became a familiar sight around school. Carolyn Gilmore had fun
wrangling ads out of the local merchants. Corinne Maclntosh, business man-
ager, was always trying to get out of chemistry class to deposit money.
Lucky Shirley Plank, photography editor, got out of all her classes when the
pictures were taken. Mary Hilsdorf, as sales manager, carried "gobs" of
money around. Marion Sutton found a constructive use for her doodling as
STANDING: B, Rogers, N. Payne, L. Hunt, SEATED: A. Ormsby,
S. Macintosh, J. Cotton, S, Jacob, Miss Thomas
STANDING: B, Rogers, N. Payne, F. VanOrman, L. Hunt. SEATED:
R. Carnes, G. Pierce, B, Burdett, D. Ormsby, Mr, Willard.
M Sutton S Jlcob M J Parish E Phillips A Lebohner A Mc
lntosh M Mulligan C Macintosh R Glover S DeLavergne
The l95O-5l council has sponsored full
length movies, the Junior Red Cross, the
Halloween parade, the student store, school
crests, and helped in getting the Senior
High Association started, The council reg-
ulated all money making and other activ-
ities of various school organizations and
was a member of the National Association
of Student Councils.
The officers this year are president Joe
Cotton, Senior, vice-president Sara Jacob,
Senior, secretary Alberta Ormsby, Junior,
treasurer Shirley Macintosh, Sophomore.
The adviser is Miss Thomas.
Last spring the president of Junior High
Student Council was elected by the seventh,
eighth, and ninth grade students. The honor
went to Betsey Burdett.
A council representative was elected by
and from each of the Junior High home-
Gladys Pierce, who is council vice-presi-
dent, was sent by room 213. Dorothy
Ormsby, secretary-treasurer, represents
room 2lO. Fred VanOrman is from room
216. and Ruth Carnes was elected by room
Larry Hunt, Brian Rogers and Norman
Payne are class representatives from the
seventh, eighth and ninth grades respec-
tively, and Mr. Willard is the council's ad-
Would you like a pencil, some paper, or
another school supply? Well, just travel to
the north end of the hall where you will
find the student store, open every morning
until nine. Five juniors and five seniors
make up the staff, and two of them will be
there to wait on you.
This year, for the first time, the store
is on its own and being managed by Cor-
inne Maclntosh. Up until this year it has
had the backing of the Student Council,
but now it is able to support itself.
TOP ROW: B Weaver, C. Bird, R
Snyder, J Bushnell, A. Binder, J
Nyc, N. Short, V Wheaton, L French,
D Bird D Doty, THIRD ROW: Ad
viser, Mrs. Crusen, S. Baker, M. Drake,
D. McCrae, K Wilkinson, A. Leboh-
ner, M. Hilsdorf, J. Burdick, D. Nor-
ton, L. Cook, J. Gillette, SECOND
ROW: A Mclntosh, M. Terwilliger,
C, Payne, R. Glover, B. Plank, S.
Plank, V. Hargraves, J. Sick. FIRST
ROW: A Decker, V. Simons, E. Arm-
strong, J Tucker.
TOP ROW: R Jefferds, R Burdick,
M. Preston, R. Burdick, F Rice, D.
Burdette, A. Perry, D. Green. THIRD
ROW: Adviser, Mr. Linderman, G.
Odell, J. lde, R. Schwartz, L. Har-
graves, J. Pendleton, W Cook, W.
Shaw, I. Wakefield. SECOND ROW:
D. Payne, W. Baker, R, Lawrence, R.
Rossman, A, Chandler, C Stevens, R.
Thomas. FIRST ROW: C. Pierce, F.
Tucker, C. Phillips, J. Mulligan.
TOP: R Jefferds, B. Nye, J. Pendle-
ton, F. Van Orman, C. DeLavergne,
W. Nye, B. Mays, J. Mulligan, B.
Hoffman, P. Spencer, W. Cook, R.
Burdick. THIRD ROW: Adviser, Mr
Linderman, D. Burdick, M, Kame, K.
Doty, R. Goodrich, R. Taylor, T. Door-
Iey, R. Dunn, K. Mclntosh, M. Meeks
R. Hoffman. SECOND ROW: S. Clair
V. Champlin, R. Champlin, D. Cole-
man, G. Odell, R. Thomas, L. Har-
graves, J. Lemon, F. Farley, D, Fen-
ner. FIRST ROW: J. Dunn, W. Rice
R Wilkins, D. Wright, J. DOOrley, E.
Shaw, F. Olin, T, Hale, R. Stock--
weather, J. Patchen, E. Stewart.
enior .fduocia llion
TOP ROW: Mr. Lynn Phelan, Everett Harris, William lde, Mr. Roger Norton. SECOND ROW:
Miss Beatrice Crooker, Doris Bird, Anne Macintosh, Ardis Hinkle, Corinne Macintosh, Carolyn
Gilmore, Mrs. Leona Whiteman. FIRST ROW: Alice Lebohner, Shirley Baker, Audrey Decker,
Patty Spaine. ABSENT: Carroll Witter, Mr. Stanley Ruger, and Miss Emma Emens.
This year a new system was set up under the
name of the Senior High Association, The purpose
of this organization is to co-ordinate the efforts of
the Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes to make
possible more and better activities.
The Senior High presented a variety of events in-
cluding a square dance, the Cole Brothers' Circus,
the Basket "Ball," the Hollv Festival, the "Gilbert
and Sullivan Revue," a roller skating party, a Senior
High Ball and a Senior trip.
The three classes are represented on the coun-
cil by their class officers. The council elected as its
officers this year, chairman Ardis Hinkle, Senior,
vice Chairman Doris Bird, Sophomore, secretary Cor-
inne Maclntosh, Senior, Anne Mclntosh, treasurer
and finance committee chairman, Junior, and Carolyn
Gilmore, program committee chairman, Senior.
Other members of the council include Senior,
Bill lde, Juniors, Everett Harris, Audrey Decker, Alyce
Lebohner, Sophomores, Shirley Baker, Patty Spaine
and Carroll Witter.
The advisers on the Council include: Miss Be-
atrice CrookerJMr. Roger Norton for the Seniors,Miss
Emma Emens and Mr. Lynn Phelan for the Juniors,
and Mrs. Leona Whiteman and Mr. Stanley Ruger for
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Spaine, R. Baker, S. Maclntosh, J, Sick, J. Paine, R. Emerson, D. Dodge,
The '50 Freshman class presented the annual
Freshman play, "Desperate Ambrose," by Donald Pay-
ton, under the direction of Elmer A. Willard.
lt all started when Ambrose Grover, played by
Leon Easton, and Bert Miller, portrayed by Carroll
Witter, a couple of would-be comedians, were cross-
ing the desert headin' Californy way. Then right out
in the middle of the desert they were booted off the
train and onto their own. After trudging across the
desert for several days, they blew into Dead Man's
Gulch, the wildest and wooliest spot in the whole west.
Now it so happened that Homer the Kid and his
pal, Gun Smoke Carter, the West's most fearless cow-
punchers, were expected to breeze into town at any
moment, and when Ambrose and Bert hobbled in,
they were mistaken for these cow-pokes. Ambrose
was taken for the hero, Homer the Kid, and got
everything in a terrible state. He didn't catch the
crooked sheriff, Carlton McManus, was completely
beaten by Hoot Owl Pete, acted by Dick Lawrence,
and practically hung by Stinkweed, played by Richard
Thomas. Ambrose didn't get the heroine Nancy, por-
trayed by .loAnne Sick, either, but he did get things
into the most devastating ot messes.
Dan'l, played by Bob Baker, and Posie, played
by Patty Spaine, the colored servants, added much to
the rollicking fun of the play, as did the gossip, Mrs.
Sprool, acted by Rose Marie Emerson, and her daugh-
ter, Lena, portrayed by Jackie Paine. Beth, played by
Meredith Drake, a native of the West, took Nancy
and her sister, Anne, portrayed by Shirley Macintosh,
under her wing in this Western town. Duane Dodge,
a taxi driver, and Bob Jefterds, a judge, added to the
All in all, this play was the rootin'est, tootin'est,
funniest play to ever gallop across our stage.
l95O seemed to be a poor year for the Al
fred Almond baseball team In that they only
won two of theur games We lost the mayor part
of our l949 team and the boys were mostly
green We started off wnth hugh hopes but
Cuba peeled us down quickly followed by a
gained our hopes for a llttle whale when we beat
Fnllmore by a slum margm The rest of the year
was a flop partly due to the next loss to Boluvar
9 2 The team at last saved the name of Alfred
Almond by a wan over Bolnvar 6 5 The base
ball team thus year should have good results rf
the putchmg staff holds up
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Standing Coach Paul Sender Kneelmg R Schwartz C Puerce D Green R
BIoomqulstD Buehl W Ide R McLane
Semlclrcle R Newman J Bushnell R Broughton W Nye S Plerce Asslstant
to the coach W Ide Coach Scott L Hargraves R Wasson W Cook Referees
posmon C Stevens J Ide
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TOP ROW P Stullrmn E Johnson D Fenner R VanDuser J Alblston R Wrrt R
johnson E Stunt J Stockweather R Harruson F VanOrman P Spencer THIRD
ROW Mr Stnllman Faculty Manager S Aldrrch E Palmer W Shaw D Lewrs R
Bnwn S Clarr S Prerce L Wagner R Wasson R McLane Coach Powers SECOND
ROW Mwnwocr R Mullen L Sutton T Johnson FIRST ROW F Tucker C Stevens
vey l-larrns W Bake E Prerce R Baker C Del.avergne R Rossrnan
won one moral victory In that they won thenr
fnnal game beatnng the team which later went
on to wan the class A champronshup In A e
gany and Steuben countnes namely Wellsvrlle
Even though In the begunnlng thungs looked bad
the team steadaly showed Improvement and
seemed to show up better against each new
team they met It may have been the Irghts
whrch they played under at Wellsvulle b t at
as more lnkely that the experlence gaaned
throughout the year paud oft Even though thus
year s results weren t so good rt rs thought that
a more expernenced team wrll brung A A suc
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ROW E Stuart E Palmer P Spencer F VanOrman S Clar E Paerce N Snyder
FIRST ROW Coach Ruger R Schwartz E Johnson R Allen D Lewus J Harvey R
Jefferds R Baker P Ormsby C DeLavergne
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AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
ALFRED, NEW YORK
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Almond New York
Complete Food Service
SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS
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Alfred Statnon N Y
LOOHNS CLEANERS 81 LAUNDERERS
450 Canlsteo Street
Hornell N Y
P K RESTAURANT
Cannsteo New York
Where the gang meets
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Almond New York
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Grlndrng and Mrxmg Feed Seed and Ferhlrzer
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WHITEMAN 81 WHITEMAN
Hornell, N. Y,
DECKS FRIENDLY SERVICE
Almond N Y
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Alfred New York
Neath the Post Offuce
Alfred N Y
Grocery Co , Inc
The Home of
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Phone 7l8 l8O 200 Canusteo N Y
Hornell New York
Empire Gas Appl ance Corp display
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HORNELL N Y
Emplre Gas 8- Fuel Company, Llmlted
You are lnvlted to vusut us when nn Hornell
Serving our Senool
S E A L T E S T
Plumbing 81 Heahng
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M M WILSON
Almond Nc Yok
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P A MclNTOSH GARAGE
John Deere Farm Implements Dealer
Almond New York
Alfred N Y
Sand Hull Farm
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Almond New York
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Alfred N Y
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FRED M PALMER
All krnds of INSURANCE
Alfred Statnon N Y
Dependable Servnce for over 3l years
Phone 591 or 2568 Hornell New York
BUTTON S T e
General Automobile BARBERSHOP
Repa""l9 Alfred New York
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Alfred New York
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WHEATON S STORE
Alfred Station New York
Your one stop
FLOWERS D s Bukolck
l62 Mann Street In u n
We Dehver Alfred N Y
KOSKIE MUSIC CO
Pianos Musical Instruments Radvos Records
Sheet Musnc Greeting Cards
and Sportung Goods
l27 Mann St Phone l3l
HORNELL GENERAL TIRE SERVICE
46 Broad St Federal Buuldung
Hornell New York
STEARNS POULTRY FARM
Alfred Statson New York
Lumber 8. Bulldmg Supplies
S Hollands' Sons
Hornell New York
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Allegany Telephone Co , Inc
Busmess Offuces Alfred New York
WETTLIN FLORAL CO
Hornell New York
TERWILLIGER S DAIRY
28 Church Street
Alfred New York
KELLOGG S STORE
Almond New York
THE MEN 5 Compliments Your Fruendly Jewelers
Men s and Boys
l77 Mann Street
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Alfred New York
DR A JAMESSON
Alfred N Y
Contractor and Builder
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Hornell New York
Member of F D I C
COMPLETE BANKING SERVlCE
We are proud that Alfred Almond Central School
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Tomorrow s School Coach for Today s Chrldren
COACH AND EQUIPMENT SALES CORP
Penn Yan N Y
The New York
Alfred New York
FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
SCHOOL DINING ROOMS
SPECIALTY CO., INC.
Rochesfer's Leading Supply House
283-29l Central Ave. Baker 2400
Rochester 5, N. Y.
FREE PARKING IN REAR
Alfred New York
M rnber F D l C
The Ag Tech Cafeteria
Make Bull and John
Alfred New York
Gravel 81 Sand Corp
Washed and Screened Gravel and Sand
Alfred New York
Wmeburg 81 Gleason, Inc
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Ladues and Children s
Ready to Wear
Telephone Hornell l54O
Hornell Automobile Davie Radlo Servlce
Raytheon Bonded Electronic Technicians
Bonded by Western National lndemnvty Co.
50 Fulton Street Hornell N. Y. Phone l834
MISS ELAINE BISEO
All right lets have It qule
Likes a certain secretary with dark
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gets two letters every day lbusmess re
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a halt year speedyl' Dont let history
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friends fastl' a dashing Caballero
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Kendall Polly Power Gasoline
Kendall, The 2000 Mile Oil
Concrete pipe block and drain tile
Alfred New York
L. G. Balfour Company
Class Rings and Pins
Diplomas Personal Cards
Mr RobertT Turnbull
I4 Waldemere Way
Lakewood, New York
Crandall Supply Co., Inc.
77 State St
Bmghamton, N Y
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