Allendale Columbia High School - Clavus Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

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W, Away Y 'V WT' 'NWT 2 4 Piltrahnn CAPTAIN HARDWIN DE R VVERTH lelt Allendalt for th last time Frrday lxtay J 1030 He lelt as was IQ custom hlcldlng everyone a smllmg larewell He dlecl that evening T 1 Captain as he was lcnown to us was one ol' t e finest men we WI ever c prlvlege to now He was the most polished gentlemen lmagmahle Hrs smcerlty helped manv boys through dxlzhcult tlmes He was always ready and more than wlllmg to help us The laoys and tewchmg were perhaps his greatest love and he never let them down During his last l-ew days at school he was plagued with the fear of lmmlnent bh dness He dldnt lmow what would happen If he couldnt read to h oys He never menhoned his illness however which was c ar acterlstlc ot hlm Hrs boys came hrst Captain VVerth vsas ID the school s selvlce longer than any present teacher He served faithfully lor hfteen years Hrs death was ln lceeplng with the overly actne lute that he led No Illness was strong enough to lceep hlm down He died as was behttmg hum with his boots on We will all miss hlm deeply The Sensor Class of 1930 feels honored to dedrcate this our vearboolc to the memorv of this great and respected gentleman l'1' l . .. 'c. tm ' . 'Il b- "I d li . -. 1 n I sn D 1 ' ' ' ish . I . . . I ' . h - CAPTAIN HARDWIN DE R. WERTH e Bnann r 'rmlsrnias Mr. Lee McCarme. President Mr. Howard H. Reinemnn. Vial President Mr. Alexander D. Hargrafe. Socntory Mr. Frederick Finucane. Treasurer - Dr. Lenlor H. Burnside M.. Marlon B. F..1...... Mr. Frank E. Gannett Mr. Fred H. Gordon Jr. Mr. Willim W. Gordon Mr. Tlmmn H. Hawk . Mr. Alan O. I-lielml: Mr. Frederick S.AWelsh Dr. Victor W. Logan Mn. Geoqe D. Nichols Mr. KCIWIGHI C. Olmerle Mr. F. Ritter Slxumway Mr. Rudolph C. Sielaert Wir. Rdlaed Silver Mr. Fordyce Tuttle Ll' 'X v,- i- """L,i U ix x N-N PHE LTY ,nr 4-Q Peter A. Schwartz ww J X ""'?-MZ 1? wwf HE!-KIIMASTEH hir. Schwartz came to Allendale in lO48 after graduating from Princeton in IQ36, and serving as assistant head- master at the Hun School in Princeton. N. J. ln the two years that he has been at Allendale, he has won the friendship and admiration of the parents, faculty. and students. and he has stimulated among the student body a sense of re- sponsibility and duty to the school. ln addition to his duties as Headmaster. lVlr. Schwartz teaches Sixth Form Eng- lish Composition. ln his spare time. he talces delight in smoking one ot his collection of pipes, hunting, and play- ing with his dogs, "Bar" and mlqanian. 551' HEADMASTEH it lxlr. Smith came to Allendale in i941 lrom St. t,eter's School in Peelcslcill, New Yorlc. He is a member of the Class of 1034 of Hamilton College, where he received his AB. Besides teaching l.atin and Public Speaking, Mr. Smith coaches varsity tootball and baseball. ln the wintertime, he usually leads the slci squad on their uhiclcoriesf' although this year. with its laclc of good slciing weather. has made it impossible for him to go out on the slopes more than a few times. Mr. Smith is also an avid gardener. and enjoys such outdoor sports as fishing, tennis, swimming. golf and Y' . eff M hi KUXRI. XV. ANIJRIiXX'S IR.. ISA f 0ll1'gi---Allxlwrsi. I0-if funn- In All'-mluli--1040 'lin-urin-s--5. fm. T grmli-s Activilivs-Asst. linutlmll rmwll, van sity lnuslu-Ilmll rnurll llulxlrivs--Sports in HPIIPIEII, gall' in in purtirulur SAMUEL XNINSLONV BELI .. BA., lVI.A. College-Harvard, 1925: Columlxia. I932 Came to Allendale-i948 Tr-aclms--First tlmrouglu liiltll lorm English Activities-Draniatics Holrlmics-Dmnmtics, Music, Plmto- grapliy EDNA S, BROADBROOKS College-Trarlrcfs College. Colunl lwia University Canw to Alle-nrialr---I049 Teaclnes-Grad:-s I ancl 2 Hol'Jl'1ic-s--iViusic, Art I.LENHAI.E'5 FACULTY MARION Il. VOLSOM. BA. 1.0ll1'gl"-'l,filN'l'l0ll, I0-40 funn- lu Allvllflali--i049 -l.l'i'll'llt'S-full lornu Englisli litvra- turv.. lrcl lnrm anrivnt llistory liulrlrivs-xlusir JOHN G. HOLBROOK. B.A. College-Harvard, i949 Came to Allendale--1949 Teaches-Spanish. French Activites-2nd squad football, box- ing. wrestling. traclt coaclm Holzlaies--Sports in general Gll.BliR'l' TRUMAN HOARD. BA. Calla-gc'-University ol Virginia. IO47 Ljiilllf' to Allcnrlalv--January, 1040 'iii-urlws-Filntlw grads' Avtivitir-s-Scoutnmster. coacll Zni squad lrasbetbuil Hublries-Model lwoals. sailing. plxot- togrnplwy 9 NICHILAS MlLEl.l.A, BEA. mllvg.--lsr...-kp.,n Shah- 'l'f'am'l1vr's fxouvgv. I040 Umm' I0 Alle-ndnlf--l04l Tm-nrlws-Sixih gmrlv, fits! form math and srivnu- fxI'liVifif'5-'IrJiff'i"0f ul Lilflv :Win- sln-ls Iinlfhivs-l'im1-. COLYRTLAND VR.-XXII' NIULFORD. HA., NA. College---Lfnivr-rsily of Pc-nnsylvania. lf-HS, Ciflllllllliii Lvnivr-rsily. IU-12 Canu' I0 Allvlulnlc--I043 ,I1l'ilK"lf'S'-:X1iillll'Illillif5 nnrl pulmlif sp:-aiding Aclivilivs-I'Cli-wusu and Ucrnw' Nm-sl., advisor Holmbios-OH mrs, plumbing. funn- ing. farting ALEXANDER FRO'I'HlNGHA5I SMITH. BA., MA. Qirvllvgm--xvilliilllls. I04l faunc- to Auf-nclnlc--1048 'Iva-aclws-AH upper school scicnu-s Arlivitics-.junior vhrsily haskvillnll KURFII, 'Iliff' squad lwasr-hall Hnmmir-s-Allmlvllr radio fxvl UXN amd XVZZFIW. Hnrmonira, folk sung rvrnrds. nlllu lllf'K'IIilHi1'5, nmunlain flilnlving LI.ENlMLE'S FACULTY .,-6" HARDXVIN dv R. NYERTH. BA.. Pl-.l3.. Bb. Vnuvr-gv - I.y'oVn, INQU: Csllllllllliiil l nlw-rslly rs-en In-r s f our-gn tuillllf' In 1AH1'lllIilh'-"Oli Tnuglul-I,mmglmgm STRATTON NVYNKOOP. BA. fuollvgc - Prinrclnn. 1928: Cal. Tf-4-l1,g lf nf Souilu-rn ful.: Br-ru:-y Came to Allvnrlalr--I048 Tr-aclwr-s--History anrl plane gvmn- rlry ArliviIif's-Tc-nnis Humxies-Sailing, plmlograplly, 'mul lmuilrling. lvnnis, l'THAIIlifIt0I'l 10 ,-.-..........,.,................ KATHARINE GILLIS Srlmnl Svrrf-lary ciiilllf' lo Allendale-I0-12 Hnlwlwir-s-Painting. gnrrfc-ning ....,-f - .. A ,, V L.. W "W X ' -.. , ' .mf-- -M.. K Nw , 7' 4x A V f , 1 I X l X it 1 kk ' r H' - 'fw- r"'1A 5. 1 .Ex Y - Q 5 1 1 y--y X iq , 1 I V ' w 4 nv- ., V N"--- Inav: L --.j .g 5 KX sff: " ' ' ' . .5 ,f b V . wlQ.f-1,r A, Q 'Q Q Li, ..g,.,f 'i' s ? , -' Q i 1 ' Y , S SE IUH5 X rx L After a year and a half away from Allendale. Bob returned in his Senior year. much to every- one's delight. His quiet, unas- suming, yet forceful personality has heen felt in all the school ac- tivities in which he has partici- pated. Socially. Bolo is usually quiet. lout. on occasions, he is the life of the party. Bch, an authority on jazz. enjoys collecting records. His subtle sense of humor ancl cheerful disposition will ever in- sure his popularity. ROBERT HARRINGTON GOODHAND ncoody.. Hamilton Bom-July 4. 1932 Foothall --4 Basltetlmll-14 14-all CUPS leagu Baseball--4 Variety Show--4 Crow's Nest-4 Karl-manager--4, Clavus--4 el Junior Town Meeting ol the Air-4 Class President--I. 2 Student Council-I . 2 ROBERT PHILLIPS GULICK "Ralibin" Williams Born-August I7. i932 Football-2. 3. 4 Basitethaii--3. 4 Baseball-2. 4 Variety Show-3. 4 Julius Ceasar--3 Crow's Nest-3, Q4--art editori Ciavus--art editor 4 18 A dynamo of energy-that phrase best describes Bois whose four years at Allendale have sparicled with his various undertakings: athletic. scholastic. artistic, and amorous. ln each one he has at- tained the highest degree oi suc- cess. When the rigorous clamor of the school is discarded. one is lilcely to find Bob involved in var- ious occupations ranging from enthusiasticiy livening up parties. golfing, sailing, cartooning, to cavorting in the wild woods ol- Canada. Boh's plans for the fu- ture iean towards medicine, a career for which he should he well suited. 'L f-39' Where ever hysterical mirth is to he hearcl, a glance in that direc- tion usually reveals a highly en- tertained grou with Ted as its nucleus. The lgeavy traffic at his Dartmouth St. residence typlifies his exceedingl Iilcahle character. A very rolzitagle trait of TecIdy's, profitable to the rest of the senior class. is his amazing Imowleclge of the untapped resources of the feminine worlcl. A gun collector. a thrifty businessman, and an ap- preciator of hillbilly music reveal a few of the sidelights of Tecfs illustrious and active life. We are sure Ted will do well. EDWARD MILLS HAMILTON "Shots" University of Illinois Born-.Iune 22. 1930 Football-I. 2. 3. 4 Basketball-3. 4 Baseball-4 Variety Show--3. 4 Julius Ceasar--3 Student Council-I Crow's Nest-4 Clavus--4 14 GEORGE WARREN HUTHER nceorge.. Colby Bom--June 17. 1933 Football-3. 4 Basketball-4 Baseball-3. 4 Traci:--4 Goncioiiers-4 Julius Ceasar-3 Variety Silow-3. 4 Crow's Nest-3 circulation Ciavus-4 manager George moveci into the Allendale scene at time beginning of his freshman year and in his own inimitable way has aiways been instrumental in tiie progress of his class. In spite of Georges country influences, imc always maintains a deiaanoir attitude wiien he adopts an urban en- vironment. It is rumored George is a iluntsman extraordinaire and his anecdotal activities are time inane of time facuity's existence. Georges future plans are all cut out for him, for graduation from coiiege ine will go into time fam- ily business. The sole misogynist in the class ol 1950, Bill seems to sacrifice his social lille in lavor ol more prac- tical occupations. a trait which many me-mhers ol this class acl- mire. Bills nature is cheerful. luoisterous. ancl lor the most part optimistic. ln his linancial cn- cleavors. hc leave-s the school pulm- lications on a paying laasis. Tin- only true love ol his life. tht- "Blue Cow". may have inllu- enced him to choose engineering as his vocation. lt will he quiet arouncl Allendale nc-xt year. He will he missed. VVILLIAM TOVVNSEND LIKLX "Bill" Cornell Born-Scptclnhcr 5, 1932 Footlmall-2, 3, 4 Slci Squad-I. 2, 4 Basketball manage--3 Traclc-4 Variety Show-3. 4 Goncloliers lstagc manage-rl-4 .lulius Cr-asar tstagc managcrl-i .lunior Town lvlccling nl- tlw Air-S Community Cllcst-3 Crow's Nest--I, 2. 3. tllusim-ss lVlgr.l Clavus--t4. Business lVlgr.l Red Cross Rc-prvscnlulivr--3 Many outstanding qualities are combined in Joe. He is the per- sonitication ol patience and per- severance, as well as being blessed with an infectious smile. He is never seen without camera. slcis. typewriter, or jeep. flatter is usually otnservecl headed to- warcl printers or Pittsforcll. He manages to preserve lionor stand- in even though he is constantly i called upon to volunteer luis tecli- nical services in and arouncl Al- lendale. Comell and electronics are Joe's next move. JOSEPH SKINNER LOGAN . . ,oe ,. Comell Born--.lune 4. 1932 Football-2. 3. 4 Ski Squad--2. 3, 4 Tennis--2, . 4 Tracla--4 Variety Show-3. 4 Govtloliers- t stage manager, -4 Julius Ceaser-3 Crow's Nest--3. 4 Clavus teclitorl --4 Student Council--4 17 Leroy's gift to Rochester arrived at Allendale five years ago and has consistently maintained a po- sition of leadership in all fields of endeavor. The captainship of the lvlowhawlc team for four years in a row perfectly exampli- lnies this strong characteristic of John Nichols. An intellectual mind combined with a disarming and appealing personality malces John regarded highly hy all who linow him. His romantic esca- pades are numerous. diversified. and occasionally publicized. John is already planning continued success in this Field in the future at'Amherst. His winning person- ality and determined character assures him ol a prosperous life. .IOHN LEONARD NICHOLS "Nick" Amherst Born-July 22. I932 Footlnall-I, 2, 3, t4-captain, Baslcethall-I. 2. 3, t4--co-captain, Baseball-I, 2. 3. 4 Variety Show-3. 4 Julius Ccasar-3 .lunior Town Meeting ol the Air-4 Crow's Nest-3. t4Aeditorl Clavus--4 Assistant editor Student Council-3. I--presidcnti Captain of the Ninhawlcs--I, 2, 3. 4 Most valuahlr- lVlnhawlc-I, 2. 1 18 CRAIG POWERS PERKINS "Craig" Brown Footimii-4 Sici Squad-4 Tennis--4 Vlriety Simow-4 Gondoiiers--4 Crow's Nest--4 Ciavus-4 iadvertising manager, .iunior Town Meeting ot time Air--4 Ten O'Ciocii Sciloiar-4 4 A New Orleans lazz connoisseur. a piay-boy of considerable note. a young man witil Tilespian ten- dencies, a devotee of T. S. Eiiiot. and notorious guitar piayer are descriptive of one Craig Pericins. Such varied talents compose an interesting and unusuai person- aiity. His ready wit and giiia tongue has icept time senior din- ing-room in a state of constant amusement. in his one year at Aiiendaie, i1e has made iris marie in ciramatics and publications. Next year Brown should regard trim as a weicome addition. fiordon compensates his iacic oi' heighth hy his fighting spirit and unc:-asing vitaiity. Seemingiy without a care in the worid, he hrightens the spirits of aii con- nected with him. Smitty's iortes are scouting. hasicethaii. and hasehaii, activities which he en- joys tremendously. When it comcs to sociai matters. Smitty suddenly becomes siient, and the detaiis of his adventures are iett to the imagination. Seriously. Gordon is capahie- and popuiar and as such shouid do weii for himscii. GORDON FORSYTH SMITH "Smitty" ithaca Coiix-gc Born-August l2. l03l Foothaii-3. 4 Bnsicethaii-3. t4-co-captain, Bnsctmii-2. 3, 4 Variety Show-4 Crows Nest-3, 4 Ciavus-4 Scouts-1, 4 JAMES SIMPSON WILLIAMS uhm.. PennsyIvania Born-September 23. I93I FootI9aII--l, 2, 3 BasIcetIJaII-I. 2. 3. I3-co-captain, I3-aII CUPS IeagueI BaseImaII--I, 2. 3. I3--co-captain H3-aII CUPS Ieaguel 4 14-captain, Variety Show-3, 4 .IuIius Ceasar-3 Crow's Nest-2. 3. 4. Isports Ed. 3. 41 CIavus--4 Isportn Editor, Student CounciI-I. 2. 3. 4. 41 Red Cross Representative-3 21 Despite a compound fracture of the Ieg suI:IerecI in a footIJaII fracas this I'aII, Jim has continued to give activie assistance to the teams and the schooI. This assis- tance has been in the form of using his thorough IcnowIec'Ige ,of sports to aid the coaches, and aIso in the Ionn of moraI support to all the teams. His exceptionaI achievements in sIceet shooting are aImost unknown to the major- ity of the scI1ooI due to Jim's unusuaI modesty. .Iim's sights are set on pre-med, at PennsyIvania, and we are confident that he will hir the target. LLP . an ' Uv sy, ,V ' , , ?""Tibs.Q 1 i sffflfzeigeql-' L maria ff V 1 Gb.. -W, y . .. fi 1- ,L -, ' iz 4 WM. sw.. 9 55-5 elif x gs-1. .. ,1r..fv Bob has spent only a half year at Allendale lout in that he has compilecl a splenclicl record. He toolc school worlc ancl athletics in his stride. or rather sandwiched them in with copious other ac- tivities, not excluding nocturnal ones. Bolo appreciates a goocl, substantial high school eclucation more than any ol' us in that he has spent a semester at the U. of R. and over a year in business. He has a winning way which can only lead him to the road to success. ROBER Islirni- Baslietl Bas:-l'xa lunr- 4. mall--fi II-.1 Show--1 f lnvus-4 Variety Scouts--i T NOLAIN XVII SON "Bluclzie 0 30 22 F -. -.fu . I 4 ,. ' LAST WILL AND TE5'l'i-tMENT Vve, the incorporate and collective hody, the Senior Ciass of the Allendale School. Town of Pittsford, County of Monroe, State of New Yoric in the year 1950, being of sound mind and capable. intellect. do hereby publish and declare this to he our last will and testament. We ieave to the school as a whole, hest wishes for continued prosperity, and to the Junior Class, the Physics Wagon with its spare tire. BOB-Leaves his Christmas vacations to George Kavanagh. and his Monroe girl friends to Creeper. GOODY-ieaves his hot hand to George Nichols, and his Chevvy to Jim Kerr to out race his hopped-up friends. TED-leaves his hook of telephone numhers to Alfred and his mania for guns to Don Xwehster. GEORGE,-leaves his Toni Home Vvave set to Ed Dorsey, and a good gag to Nir. Vvynicoop. BILL-leaves the Blue Cow to Mrs. Liiciy and his super-duper reinforced desi: to Rohin Barrett. JOE--leaves his streamlined, sieeic. custom-huiit dependahiewf Jeep to Jonny. hut taices a certain Pittsford address with him. JOHN-'leaves a jar of mayonnaise to anyone who can stand it, and an ever ready argument to Mr: Muiford. CRAIG-leaves his accent to anyone who can understand it, and his knowledge of auto mechanics to Mr. Beit. Sivill I I--leaves a pair of suspenders to Mr. Holbrook. and a firecracicer to place under a lethargic Hartmann. BLACKIE--leaves his Scouting ahiiity to Coiie Kiliip. and merely leaves Physics Class. JIM-leaves his how tie to the iunchtime needy and his crutches to next year's foot- ball team. 23 EIJNE BUT NUT PIIHGUTTEN DHNIIS BURNS FRED BUSH DAVID CROMWELL DOUGLAS GORSLINE BRADLEY GRINNELL ELLIOT GUMAB DAVID KAYNER OTlSKH.LER' PETER ODDLEIFSON CLARENCE Pusssv wn.uAM mmm. Nlcuoms Rrrrm RICHARD Rrrmn 1-HRAM smusv PETER SNELL FREDULLMAN 'mf mini. .1 A - 3 5 .M:.......4.L.,,- ln.. I xxx U DEHGH!-U1 TES fag f 13? ,mp ., ,: lg a 3 41. 3 M, HEZW 1 WA. . 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This inclustrious group of hoys has learnecl in the past year to shoulcler responsibility and assume their place ol leadership in the school. Conseientious as they may he. they yet find time to thoroughly enjoy themselves. some have al- reacly proven their mettle either sfholastirally or athletieally. Their wide range ol interests. from raclio amateur to boat-huilding. assures mutal henellits not only to themselves. hut also to others. Although they have not yet realized their fullest possibilities. in their remaining two years at Allenl clale we may expert great things from them. Hmm!! Alighty Interesting Course Standing, left lo right--Gipner, Bilhorn, Vvallace, Fenyvessy, Huther. VV.. Mer-s. Seulerl, lvl! to right- Logan. .lnn, Hutnut. Troup. Missing-Dorsey. , x . I! x . ask! 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Q 5 ,fx 1, K A Q fq QS F Q1 ghd . ev, - -":"'m '- M f w . -Z'-d, W ',3Lp71,W v,,,,,,,.,... ,Hwfs 1 wff'fQ'Tf ' GRADES THREE THRU BH SIX It is nur simon- hope- that thr-sr snliling lan-s will rrmtinuf' through Alicnrialc- with this sann- vxprvssion. Evvn though the-so hoys havr' not vr-t rr-arhcci Ihr- ag? whvrt' :ht-y must assume- rf-sponsihility. thvy havv partici- patvri in plays, in rhapvl anrl havr- hr-lpr-ci. to some- rivgrvv. xlrs, Broarlhroolcs with hz-r ynungvr pupils. Bvsiclvs a svt ol twins, thr-rv arc' many luturv- srhoiars ami sonic- varsity pro- spects tin a lr-w yr-arsl in this group. Dvspitr- their rnischivv- ousnvss. thvy arf' lov:-ri hy ovvrv- nm- arnunrl school. Evvr smiling. thivr slogan ought to hc, Ul,.I!Ugll- anti Ihr- worlrl laughs with vnu." iliop mum ivlt lu riglxl-i'rv.ml. Nlurphy. l rust, Xxiimlwll. H., fionls-y. l.. txlirlrllo' mum lr-lt to right-Harris. Clun:-, Conlt-3, l..,il,alnn'r, lit-xr-ar. Front mum lvl! tn ligllf-cJlH'Tlt'. fslarlic. Higgs. ivlissing-P. Srlnxnrty. Baci! row, left to right-Ftrs. Broaaihrouiws, Binliy Nlolinct, Alan Hiclcoclc, .lim Greppin, Charlie' Depuy, Dirk Xverth, Gone Ov:-raflwr. Front row, left to right -Billy Gardnc-r. Gvnc Niilf-lla. Drain- Smith, Buhhy Allen, Davici Xvatsnn, Bnhhy Atlcins. Missing-Rrrhin llavinur. SE llll HGH linrlcr thc supcrh lcacif-rship ol Nlrs. Broaclhroolcs. th:-se children havr' had tht- chanu' to try thvir in various Thvy haw' alnnc quite a hit ol unrlc in art anti lnusif. anti ilu-y cw-n gaw- a show in lront nl thc- whole stu- cicnt luoclv. The first and sr-ronrl grades have given two partivs. ami thrfy have talcen several trips arouncl Rochester. They clo carpentry anrl roolcing with f-qual lacility. A pair ol rabbits have hr-en raisr-ci and have hc- conlc very attached to the chil- Clrcn. A worcl ot Longratulation must he given to Mrs. Broad- hroolts on the time joh she' has clone- in training and fic-vcloping the lharartvrs ni thvss' hnys. 31 DE SENIUH HULL MOST INTELLIGENT ...................... .........., L ogan. Nichols, Gulicic MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ......... .......... N ichois, Logan, Wiison MOST LIKELY TO RECEED ............ ......... H uther, Hamiilon, Pericins BEST ATI-ILEFE ..................................... ........ G oocihanci, Gulicic, Nichols THINKS I'IE'S BEST ATHLETE ........... ............... P ericins. Nichols. Smith CLASS COMEDIAN ......................... ............ H amiiton, Smith. Williams BEST WITH GIRLS ...................................... .......... N ichols. Huther, Goocihanci BEST WITHOUT THEM ........................................................ Lilcly, Smith, Pericins ONE WHO HAS DONE MOST FOR ALLENDALE Nichols, Wiiiiams, Logan ONE WHO HAS DONE ALLENDALE FOR THE MOST - Hamiilon. I3 iyearsi HANDSOMEST .........................................,.................. Wilson, Goocihanei, Williams TI-IINKS HE'S I-IANDSOMEST ......... ......... N ichois, Perkins, Huther LAZIEST ................................................. .............. H uther, unanimous BIGGEST EATER ....................... .......... Li Iciy, by a wide margin SMOOTHEST LINE ........................... ......... N ichols. Guliclc. Wilson: LAST TO ADIVIIT DEFEAT ........... ............ N ichois, Smith. Logan CLASS CAVEMAN ............................... .......... L iIcIy. by a IeoparcI's hal MOST FACULTY DRAG ........................ ........................................ N icimls MOST DRAGGED BY FACULTY .......... ............ S mith. Hamilton. Huther LIFE OF PARTY ......................................... ......... Go ocihanci, Guiicic. I'IamiIIon DEATH OF SAME. .......... .................... ' 'lnteiiechlal John" FIRST TO MARRY ............ ........... W iison, Logan. Williams LAST TO MARRY .................................................. .............. L iIcIy, Guiicic, Nichois BEST DRESSED .................................................................. Wilson, Huther. Nichols MOST SYMPATHETIC WITH COLUMBIA . Logan, via Pittsford. Perkins. via Holley BIGGEST ALL AROUND FELLOW .................................... LiIcIy, LiIcIy, LiIcIy BEST ALL AROUND FELOW ...........,.............. Hamilton. Goodhanri. Nichois 32 - F' 35 I5 .ss .QT ACTIVITIES K x -. A Baci: row, left to right-Kavanagh. Gleason. Front row--Logan, Nichols, Wiilianls The Student Council, this year, has attempted to he as iniiuential, yet inconspic- uous, as posihle. They have not held weelcly meetings, hut have met only at Mr. Schwartz's request, or when there were problems to he discussed and acted u on. The students would then he informed of any decisions that had heen reached. lt is felt that this method of proceedure has been very successful. The council is composed of three seniors and two juniors, elected hy the student hody. The two junior members remain in office through their senior year, with one additional junior lacing elected at the conclusion of his junior year in order to maintain a senior majority. At this time two sophomores are elected to serve during their junior and senior years. They have cooperated with Mr. Schwartz on all school functions. The council has had a student representative present at all important faculty meetings. The Christmas haslcets were put up hy the council. They have sponsered several dances jigoughout the year. Members oi the council have supervised study hall and the I ra . WZ helieve that this small, hut efficient. council has served its purpose to the students and teachers, and has helped infinitely to hring the teacher and student closer together. THE ST DE TEIIU EIL SCU T5 The Allendale Scout troop gained much exper- ience this year, through its many activities. The boys toolc several day hilces, and a few overnight hilces. They also participated in such projects as selling refreshments at athletic events to raise money to buy food ter the poor at Thanksgiving. and acting as co-hosts to two Canadian Troops who visited Rochester. The troop has grown con- siderably under its new Scoutmaster, Riclc Hoarct. who succeeded Scoutmaster A. F. Smith, who is now a member of the Scout Committee. John Hol- broolc from Maine, a member of Allendaleis fa- culty, is a new assistant Scoutmaster along with veteran Eby Hoard. There is also a new patrol called the Panthers which is under Rennie lVtcQuillcin's able leadership. Troop 150 is con- sidered, by rival scoutmasters, as potentially one ot the best in the city. RICK HOARD Scoutmaster Bactz row. left to right--Asst. Scoulmaster .lohn G. Holbroolc, G. Nichols. Nlccvuclten. H. Schumacher, Lima. Troup. F. Gordon, Hunting. Baltzer, .lon Logan. Killip. Front row, left to right-Asst. Scoutmaster Eric Hoard. Shumway. VV. Condon. Mccanne, Houley, Faragher. J. Schumacher. Hill, Beach. Scoutmaster Gilbert Heard. ' . 23,3 . lIHllW'S EST NICHOLS LIKLY Editor Business Manager PUBLI The main object of this year's newspaper was to inform the parents. students and alumni and all those connected with the school of the activities at Allendale. Pictures of school life have been in each issue with a cartoon depicting the humorous events .that occured during the year. We have en- deavored to make our paper more interesting by using ap- propriate titles and sub-titles. We feel that the paper is in good hands with George Ka- vanagh and Gordon Shedd as the editors next year-, and we wish them good luclc in the fu- ture. standing, left to right--Nichols, G., Huther. Killip, Lilcly, Perkins, Smith. Vvilliams. Kavanagh. Gulicli. Hamilton. Seated, left to right--Goodhand. Barrett, Mullord, adviser: Nichols. Logan, Frost. 36 I lTIU 5 The 1950 edition of the CLA- VUS differs from past model by tlwe use of offset printing. This method enables us to produce tlle larger pictures and more variety in the set up of the pages. A change in the cover has been made, it being embossed instead of printed. By achieving an en- tirely different annual, we feel that this departure from past year- boolcs will result in a more ln- teresting CLAVUS and we hope it will equal the standard ol quality set by gist CLAVUS staffs. Q I gaV"fXt. cwhx! Oaliel' mg- 0- 09' St90ASXqa0A5Aa'9g?5. XPS cgi, agowrsxeo e l my v9 . to- 3- . VN xoqanotseoye XIQ1 LIKLY LOGAN Business Manager Editor STAFF Perlcins ............,.,..........,........,......... Advertising Mgr. Goodlxand ....,..... ....................., A ssl. Sports Ed. Kavanagh ....,..... ........ U nclergraduate Bus. Mgr. Guliclc ............ .........................,.. A rt Editor Gleason .... Hamilton.. Nichols ..... Logan .... Likly ......... Williams.. ...........Undergradute Editor .................Asst. Sport Ed. ..................Asst. Editor Editor Mgr. Editor HRM This winter, Allendale and Columbia presented Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera, THE GONDOLIERS. Di- rected hy lxftiss Boddy and Mr. Hollenhaeh ot Colum- hia, and Mr. Bell ot Allen- dale. the play was a great success. Leading characters from Allendale were David Bilhorn. Craig Perlcins, Ter- ry Newetl. Jody Green. and John Gipnerg from Colum- hia were Helen Bilhorn. Joan Brownell, Caroline Fenyvessy, Lee Ciratwiclc. and ivlary Carson. This east. along with a ehorus from hoth schools. gave the audiences two nights of good entertainment. As dramatic director ot THE CONDO- LIERS, Mr. Bell not only helped produce a good play, hut he also showed many ot the cast that they could act. and that act- ing can be lun. We do not inter that he has turned out a crop of Broadway possi- bilities, but we teel that some ot' the cast will and should continue their acting, and that Mr. Bell has given them a good back- ground and heginning. We sincerely thanlc Mr. Bell tor all he has done tor dramatics at Allendale. X MR. BELL si as SCENE PHU ri lTIII5 ..ate in April, the third pro- luction of Allendale's Lit- le Minstels will open. The :ast will include D. Beach is interlocutor, and R. Lil:- y, VV. Marsland, C. Shum- vvay, H. Schumacher, J. Street and J. iVlcGuclcen as :nd men. The chorus will Je composed of Grades 5 md 6 and the first three orms. This production is mder the excellent direc- ion of Mr. Milella and we nope it will become a tradi- ion at Allendale. 5U FULLIE5 39 MR. MILELLA We feel that Mr. Milella has done muchl to promote dramatics at Allendale, es e- cially in the lower grades. It was he that produced the first Minstrel Show two years ago, and last year he originated the Variety Show. This show is put on hy Juniors and Seniors, consisting of a series of humorous slcits with a thrilling melo- drama to top off the show. This show will he produced again this year and promises to he higger and better than last ear's. We talce off our hats to Mr. Milelia for spending such much of his time and ef- fort in producing these annual shows. JUNIUH TIJWN MEETING UF THE I-HH Left eo Ragha- Perltins, Goodhand l ie.. Left to ugh:- Nichols. Kavanagh VVHECE Junior Town Meeting ol' the Air came to Allendale this year with the question. "Should high school athletes he required to meet scholastic standards?" At the microphones to answer to the affimxative were John Nichols and George Kavanagh. Craig Perkins and Bch Goodhand answered in the negative. From VVHEC as Mas- ter of Ceremonies was Mr. William Adams, and the Program Moder- ator was as usual, Dr. H. C. Seymour. After hearing the four dehators' views. memhers of the school came forward to aslc questions, which stimulated much discussion. 40 :Il ,nuv'lZ!ll'f'N-- ATHLETICS I 5 i x s Mum K 1 Q 3 .gg M, 'pf -ew, A 3 3 D L 1 153,45 " .i'71,Q ' A 3gk 23. H . if , Nw' 3' fx 90 W k ws'5'U l K fx 1 539 ' .Mi A ,,,J t' if AN as ,Li W ,J iw X 3, S Winiw bg we 'O fe an 'qs ww x. 9 Www f V00 Y. 1 Xt N uQx!zYNa gm I 0 qbvw X HX YP c ve c X4 Kogan Y Vsbmaon ,AW X LN- s I0 nag x NN mAKeX A Schaaif. THIRD M FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Allendale ............ 20 Brighton "B" Allendale ...,........ Nichols Allendale ............ Geneseo Allendale ............ Fairport Allenaslq, .......... Wehster SEED D SUUA I i , , L ,,,-,,...,...,.. . ......,..e.. Baclz row, left to right-Clune, Murphy. Conley. L., Coach Andrews Conley. L., Foard. Front row, left to right--Schwartz. Harris. Winchell: V., Frost. Oherle. Pevear. As Nlr. Elmer Burnham, football coach at the University of Rochester. so ably ex- ressed at the Allendale football banquet. there is a lar more important lesson to lie learned on the gridiron than iust winning. That all-important lesson is the ahility to sulter defeat gracefully and with humility. a slcill which without much doubt. was assimilated by the majority ol the I949 Allendale lootlmll team. and one which they will carry into later lille. All was not gloom. however. lor Allendale opened the scason with a decisive victory over Bri hton "B", achieving this win without the services ol quarterhaclc .lim Williams who laroie his leg in an earlier scrimmage with Brighton MA". Dying hopes ol a victor- ious season were revived. hut only momentarily. lor injuries and hard luclt mounted with every game until in the last game ol thc season. only live of the original varsity were alale to play. The team deserves the highest credit lor lighting every inch ol the way. usually against overpowering odds. Lost for next year's campaign will he the haclclield ol .lim Willianis. John Nichols. Bah Goodhand and Bah Guliclc, winner of the Touchdown Club award and Gordon Smith and Ted Hamilton. However. next year's line will malce up for the laclt ol haclclield experience, losing only two regulars. Bill Lilcly and .loc Logan. besides George Huther and Craig Perlcins. We wish next year's eleven all the good luclc we didn't have. 43 iifiwi aiifsxgfilx sfig' K A F Q hr K 'D S qw NX Q 4 . S , Ss N' X gs-S-fx f ' xg. S ,As ,fx X Jg 6 g f fb if xl 3? ,Q is? gi -34 1. ,E 321, Y? E Y .Q sw 152 3 x -.Y Z? Q s F, 1 X Ek E, XMQ xl? ,X gi j yy? ,SIX xx S 'S Aw' - 3 SCHEDULE IHIRII INIHI IIIIHI IIIIHI llflill IlrInI llflill IHIAI INIIII I Iwum I . Null I K. Q' N I, IvIrIu- Pak xx IIaIrI1-N ui 2 gnlmw 2 gum 2 gflllu-N 2 slain'-N 4' I gmm- ' .funn I Hdllll' 5fI.ouI Inf IJ.-.II I gurus' IYIIIIINIIY I g-lun' I'.n'uIIy Ring--rx I gum .f .' ,., ,, ,,. 4335 H-I JOHN WI H S I ANoERsoN NICHOLS 'I Q. Fl? ,xk f. ,4 I If ,- fs 5 1 LE I iw, , I r' I IIN 5 BOB GUUCK ROBIN BARRETT COACH c ' Is Slamling, left 19 riglxl-Q'uzu'IE AmIr1-ws. .I. Ni1'IluIs, flumIImnnI. fIuIi1Ic. N.-W-II, IIN rs-II. QICHSOII. IM-rr. Ernvsl. f,um'Ix .I. L. U. Smith. Knveling. IPI: to rigllt-Hurlmamn. v. SmilIl, IIEIIIIIIIUH, XXVIIIIHIIIF, G. Nu-Imls, RnIrIiIIv, KIIIip, SMITH 3' AW' 3 lad' CAPTAIN JIM MY WILLIAMS N--' some S NICHOLS -, -"' 32: 'f I- , I I I I ' I- 1 f X I GORDGI f1'V Qifvr B Q, I 4 ' M w . 5.5 .X 35 j 11,g Q jix I 46 W INIKERR I JAUCEARNEST COACH SNHTH JOHN RNCUFF I ew ,, gr H SEB LI. SEED D TEAM I, you . Green. Bac. NA huell- F4Sm1th. MCGuckcn, LililY'k SE,l:::Sr.. COMM A. I' I row tell tio rigllr- Fenvvesw- Spma ' 'ron ' mac ' ' - In-Sf U lvl' 'O 'lg As the yearboolc goes to press. the prospects of the 1950 baseball season seems promising. All indications point toward one ol' Allendales most successful season in years. With a seasoned in- field of Bob Guliclc, Gordon Smith, Jim Vvilliams and John Nichols, all veterans of at least one year of action. plus a strong mound staff. we should find the inner portion of the diamond well set up. The potentialities of the outfield are as yet unlcnown, but many expected hopefuls should capably fill the gap in those wide open spaces. This year Coach Smith hopes to dethrone Pebble Hill in The Conference of Upstate Private Schools and lead Allendale to the capture of their first crown in this league. in 47 ,,.---1--i'-- v-- -- V Y - - A , g, A y 4 , A, L , . - a . Front row sented, left to Tigllf-CIICTDP. Wlallace, Shi-dd, Perkins. Troup. Second row, left to right-Sprout. A,, Dorsey, Jon Logan. W. Hutluur. Mess. Robinson. Bach row, left to right-Marsland. G. Hutlmer, Lilcly, Kavanagh, Joe Logan, Coacli Hollzroolc. JOHN HOLBROOK Varsity Track Coach K This year, the tennis squad has an addition to its activities. Track has been added to the atlmeletics at Allendale. Boys wllo do not wisll to play baseball are able to join this combination squad. Tennis is to be played two times a weelc and traclc the rest of the time. Two traclc meets are scheduled. One is a quadrangular meet involving Parlc,'Nicl1ols, De Veaux and Allendale and tlme other is a Cups League meet at Allendale. We are very fortunate to have Mr. Holbrook as traclc coacla as he has had experience in this field in the past. The tennis players will probably have meets scheduled later in the spring, and we feel that these additions to com- petitive atl1letics at Allendale will prove successful. TH!-ICH A lfl TENNIS 48 SKIING This year, as every year, those hoys interested in slciing gathered on the sometimes snowy slopes ol' Oalc Hill Golf Course to indulge in this sport under the expert instruction of lVlr. J. L. G. Smith. The eager slciers were disappointed for most of the winter, hut enjoyed the sport during the later part of the season. When not siding the boys boxed and wrestled in the gymnasium. The squad did not have much slciing this winter, hut we hope that next winter they will have more snow and better slciing. Standing, left to right-Smith, Ernest. Lilcly. Logan. Sprout, Holtz. lVlrGuclcen. Crouching. left to right- Lilcly, K., Grcppin, Schumacher. Q HQ? i we 1,233 ,t its ... XE? Wi' 'Q QW'1FQf33 'bYr'f'3X.,"f '? w A WQe tl E! THE MUHAWK AND APACHE CLUBS Every Allendale boy is assigned to one ot two intramural teams, the Ntohawlcs or the Apaches, and remains on the same team as long as he is at Allendale. Football, basketball, and baseball games played at the end ol each athletic season between the two teams determine the number of points each team has tor the cup which is awarded to the winning team at the end ot the year. This year's captains were John Nichols, tour times captain ol the lvlohawlcs. and Jim Williams. three times captain ol' the Apaches. At present writing. that is at the end ot the basketball season. the lvlohawlcs are leading by a score ot 59 to 30. As baseball will decide the outcome ot this contest. may the best team win. 50 1 I is-rw-V .,,,'m-nggaw an-,J 5 ni UP THE CREEK l,l'0ff'SS0l' Plt0gl'JOUnfl ..J Are tlmf-se Boy Scouts? Tlmis ran't lme the Gondoliers azz Discussion" EALE HAH Sept. I9--Sclrbol opens 8:40. Sept. 23-Mr. Mulford out of lmreatl'u-- running to and from nursery sclxool. Sept. 23-Williams lmrealrs l1is leg. Sept. 28-Kavanagh breaks his clate. Sept. 29-Goocllwancl appears with new car. Oct. 3-Goodlranxfs new car faces re- palrs. Oct. 4-"Blue Cow" contented-new top ancl paint iolo. Oct. 7-Lost to Nichols, 26-0 tlinle men in stripes llelpedl. Oct. I0-'Football practice in sl1orts- Smitty's pants resemble slxirt. Oct. I2-Allred loses lwelmet. cleslc. and SIIOCS. Oct. I4-Goodllanrl lmrcalcs arm inuniglxt game at Geneseo. Oct. t9--Yo-Yos invacle Allendale. Oct. 25--Coaclu Smitlm plays Creeper in baseball. Oct. 29-Banlcing clay-armored car npf pears to collect lnotlx coins. Oct. 'il-"One-ammed lnanditu malccs most ol predicament witll R.B.l. girl at dance. Nov. 4-Tortured turtle turns turquoise in Lab encounter. Nov. S-Seniors get mug sliots. Nov. I4-Mr. Bell sings Gilbert ancl Sullivan: pennies rain from lu-avcn. Dec. 2-Craig tries ice slcating-neecls new axle. Dec. 'i-Auction-some sucker lmuys Model T. Dec. 5-"Blue Cow" takes a burn. Dec. I3--Football lwnnquet lor a team tlxat learned lwow to lose. Dec. I0-Party at Nagles-Adioums at 3:30-Xmas vacation lms lregunl ll LENIII-tll Dec. I7-4:00-Lilcly talces in lloartlers. Jan. 4-Scliool re-opens-1 'Brrru-Tlwen mostat stumps Sclxwartz. Jan. I4-Allred throws party-"For lmcls a jolly good lellown. Jan. I0-New senior appears-Mr. An- clrcws' scouts turn in goocl reports- it's only Vvilson. Jan. 24-Allendale vs. Harley-W' H A M cllampions our cause, Feb. 4--Nicliols trains on garlic ancl rr-cl wine lor Saturday date. Feb. 8--UGrvy Gliostn ln-gins to lwaunt sn-lxool. Feb. I4-Jr-cp and snow-plow and snow 4-qual Lilily, Logan and Goocllwancl ancl bulging wallets a wee lnit late. Feb, QI-Bloody battle witli alumni not lmloocly enougl1-Allenclale wins. Fell 26-Nichols finds lmimsell lace to lace willu Zombie--Zowicll lfvli. 27-Gonclllancl stops sl1aving. Fell 28-Lumbago strilces-sclaool is silent lor a while. b1ilf. SClCClE'Cl ECYV l'CCClV0 llafld writ invitations. Nlar. I5-Deadline lor Clavus. Mar, I8-VVorlc on Clavus begins. lwlar. 23-Goncloliers leavc lor Spring Vacation. Mar, 24-Rest ol scl1o0l leaves lor Spring Vacation. Apr. I-S. Nl. U. accepts Hamilton lSCllD0l lor Mentally Uncoordinatecll. Apr. I5-NVlloopic-ll more food.--gan liage man loaves extra can. June I-Seniors begin planning lor college. .lunc I4--Parole Boarrl grants permis- sion lor Seniors to leave. MISEELIJINY INTENDED PROFESSION .......................................... SteeI VVI1eeI, Oil Typhoon FAVORITE COLLEGE ................................ Cornell, Dartmoutli. Orlando .Iunior FAVORITE SUBSTITUTE FOR SCOTCH Water, Turlcey Biood, Apricot Nectar FAVORITE SPORT .......................................... Night Skeet, Roll A Bowl A Ball FAVORITE CLUB ............................ Bridge Club. Canadian Club, Wooden Club FAVORITE COURSE ...................................................................................... PI'iizzicIcs IVIOST POPULAR IVIASTER .................................. Painter, UncIe NicIc, UncIe .Ioe GIRL WITH VVHOIVI YOU WOULD LIKE TO SPEND DETENTION Angie. by 3,000,000,000 votes at last tabulation FAVORITE .IALOPY ............................................................ Blue Cow. Grey Ghost FAVORITE LOCAL ESTABLISHMENT ........ .......... N agIe's, OoIcIen Grill FAVORITE ACTOR ....................................... .............................. N icliols, Bell FAVORITE ACTRESS ...................... .......... L ois, IVIr. IVIulIorcI, Ingrid FAVORITE 4 LETTER WORD ......... ......................................... Z ypt FAVORITE CONVENTION ............ .......... S enior Eating Club FAVORITE INVENTION .................................................................. Physics Wagon IVIOST SPECTACULAR EVENT OF THE YEAR .............. I'Iamilton's Basket FAVORITE BODY .................................................................. .............. 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Always a Complete Display New Hudsons Excellent Selection Used Co rs Body and Fender Shop All Make Cars 82 Stone St. In the Heart of Downtown Rochester lUsed Car Branch 290 Mt. Hope Ave. Compliments of A F R I E N D SC'HWARTZ'S Amoco Station North Main Street Pittsford, N. Y. Best Wishes from COMMUNITY DAIRY LIKLY'S For FINE LUGGAGE and LEATHER GOODS 267 Main Street East TRIMBLE, INC. Manufacturers ot KIDDIE-KOOP ..... KIDDIE-BATH Nurseryland Furniture 72 I 2 III! EEF! X 4 T THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE ALLENDALE SCHOOL Wishes to Extend Thanks To All The Advertisers 7 Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr Mr. Mr. lVlr. Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mrs. Mr. MIS. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Calumet St. Landing Road North Parsons Lane Sutherland St.. Pittsford 151 West Jefferson Rd.. Pittsford Maryland East Ave. Harvard St. Highland Ave. . ................... 25111 Elmwood Ave. Far View Hill East Main St.. Webster ...............Bmwn's Grove, Scottsville Crittenden Rd. Dorchester Rd. Clover St. Meadow Lane Cro den Rd. .Hardwood Lane, East iochester Buckingham St. Calc Lane ........265 Yarmouth Rd. Chadwell Rd. Portsmouth Terr. ..........Victor-Mendon Rd.. Victor Parlc Ave. ........l70 Ambassador Drive Stoneham Rd. Amhassador Dr. Elm Drive Grosvenor Rd. Greppin .............................. .............................. 2 0 Mayllower Dr. East Ave. ....Harwood Lane, East Rochester Dartmouth St. Clover St. Allens Creelc Road .......................Clarlc Rd.. Penfield Church St.. Scousville Lou Holtz ..... , ............................ .......... W est Jellerson Rd.. Pittsford East Blvd. Clover Street and Mrs Fredericlc F. Allen ...... and Mrs. W. Atlrins ................ and Mrs. A. L. Bailey ........ and Mrs A. S. Baltzer .......... and Mrs A. H. Bartlett .......... Robert H. Barrett ..................... and Mrs D. M. Beach ........... and Mrs. J. M. Biigs .......... and Mrs C. P. Bil om ........... and Mrs R. E. Cheme ............... and Mrs. Harry K. Clarlc .......... and Mrs. G. H. Clarlce ............... and Mrs Henry W. Clune ....... and Mrs Walter J. Conley ........... and Mrs R. M. Connors ............ and Mrs Charles T. DePuy .......... and Mrs J. Carl DeLaCour .......... and Mrs. Chas. B. Dorsey .......... .... and Mrs. John F. Emest ............. ........ and Mrs Donald Faragher ...... .... and Mrs Carol Fenyvessy .............. and Mrs. Cyril E. Fitch ............. and Mrs Castle W. Foard ............ and Mrs Warren J. Frost ......... and Mrs George G. Gardner .... and Mrs. Fred W. Gail: ........... and Mrs. John F. Gipner ........... and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gleason .... and Mrs. Fred H. Gordon Jr ..... and Mrs. William VV. Gordon ..... and Mrs. Joseph H. Green ......... Barbara and Mrs. George S. Guliclc ........... ........ Joseph C. Halhleih .......................... ........ and Mrs, William F. Hamilton ........ .... and Mrs. Edward Harris Jr ........... and Mrs. Walter J. Hartmann... and Mrs. Allan O. Hiclcolt ............. and Mrs. William R. Hill .......... and Mrs. and Mrs. William H. Hudnut Jr ......... and Mrs. Maro S. Hunting ............... and Mrs. George T. Huther .......... Lalce Rd.. Webster 'I' V 5 Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Stanley G. Kerr ......... Tllomas Killip ................. H. Kennetli Lilcly .......... Tllomas J. Lima ................ Victory VV. Logan ........... Adolpll G. b'1ilI'ShUCtZ .......... Latllrop D. Marsland ...... Lee McCanne ..................... E. G. McCvuclcen .................. William VV. McQuilkin ...... Gralzam C. Mees ............... and Mrs. l. S. Molinet ......................... lVlr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. lVlr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gilman Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ancl Mrs. Nlr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Katllerin Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ancl Mrs. Mr. Harry l'l. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. lVlr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Walter VV. Murplmy ......... H. S. Newell .................. George D. Nicllols ......... Kennetlm C. Olaerle ........ Elton Overaclcer ......... Jack C. Palmer .......... Ernest A. Paviour .......... C. Perlcins ..................... Tlleodore Pevear .... Edgar N. Pliillips ....... Fred A. Ratclillle ....... A. H. Robinson ............. Lee J. Rusling .................... Glmarles l'l. SCIIBHH: ........... H. A. Sclxumaclxer ........ e Q. Slledd ....................... F. Ritter Sllumway ......... Artliur P. Smitli ............. Smith ............................ 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