Arkport Central High School - Arkon Yearbook (Arkport, NY)

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nn ,. nl a V 1935 fm Esfniu E152 ' 5-154 5 '. 'J' . in 'B' - .-3.E':"L 'gif V4 an 1 ' 4 I 4 ' fn 4-"tx"' dvi' '.fl2l,'4' in " ff?-'Q' W A-07" Ff'2K-K-rw cf Pfwvf X U 1 A 'Y . Mt . . It AA' 5 4- --A qfif? I-4 , I ' U7 llgl -QQ.. . .- ..,,., I -..gsggwrn mf A ag, The Server Class ef QF XJ ARKPORT CENTRAL SCHOOL -92 IEW Edifiom 1 Ll 15 e DEDICATIU fwllnuni' We the Semor Class of 1952 gratefully dedlcate thxs fifteenth volume of the Arkon to Mr Ned B Haynes our class advlsor who has been most pauent and helpful xn guxdlng us through our Semor year , . i . W 5 WX V53 XO Q? PM 9X tg kg 5 , .M .lg I 3 PRINCIPAL 3,2 rl , fur- : ?W fi 1. ,A ., f,f. , f-', . QR- ,. , e -' ,pf 'wi :iff b wf'1'f f -. Y Ji: . We ' 1 , Q . Tw Q L ' 4 fs 'fe , V ' ' . H V A -3, ,. I A 1 ' ' ' , ' iii . ,. x- f ' ff ,4 '-3 'Q -Q. r ' R BOARD of EDUCATIU M. Stearns, R. Wilkins, G. Pfaff, M. Timmerman, R. McGraw Q1 . Y FIRST ROW Mrs. M. Adams ---- ---------- - -- Kindergarten Miss B. MacMinn --------- --- Grade Four Mrs. H. Beeman --- - ---- --- Grade One Mrs. D. Holden ---- ------- N urse Mrs. B. Multer ---- ------ G rade Three Mrs. N. Linzy -- ----------- Grade One Miss 1. Collins -- ---Grade Seven blight Miss L Arnold - -- ---------- Languages Miss J. Wight ------ --- Math 8a Science Miss L Tenbrook ---- ------ -G rade Two Mrs. L. Whiteman --- ---Commercial SECOND ROW Mr. K. Wolford -------------------------- Ewlish Mr. 1. Chalker ---- --------------- us ic Mr. R. Barnard ----- ---- G rade Seven 8:Eighr Mrs. E. Kilbury Mrs. G. Fiddler Miss M. Torrey --------------Monitor ---- ---------Grade Five ---- ----Home Economics Miss E. Henderson ---- --------- Gr ade Six Miss J. Lander ----- ----- G rade Two Mrs. E. Krog ----- --------- A rr THIRD ROW Mr. D. Fenner --------- --------------- Pr incipal Mr. H. Puderbaugh --- ---Agiculture and Shop Mr. N. Haynes ----- ----- -His tory 8: Health Mr. F. Rose ------ ------------- C oach Mr. W. Sherner ---- ---------- C lerk '1'iIl' A 235, SEATED Asst Typm Ed1tor C Wulforst Adverusmg Manager M Kmg Asst Ed1tor R Norton Ed1tor Howe Art Manager A Magmley Asst Art Manager M W11k1HS STANDING Photography Manager! Murphy Advxsor N Haynes Sports Ed1tor R Baker Sales Manager L McM1chae1 U7 0 0 "I fb zz V1 N4 5-4 W 0 I3 5 I4 5 UQ '-1 Fl Q N V3 C "I N V1 z 3' 33: as O0 "1 5:21 fb T li 5: K4 55 mr-1 Ill U 'U I" N F1 P' 4 s O fb :af FD ll! P4 Q- 0 'J F' F7 5 P4 77 F' a CD C 55 C 1 '11 Ill 55 Wwawwiii -Oi- 17 ff mx ...al mf M: CD Q n ez A10 5 5 0521 x.J 4 o 041 J' V I Q f RODNEY BAKER X 1- ft He made a thousand fnends Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Boy State 3 Semor Play 4 A A 1 Presrdent 3 Student Cotmcrl 4 Volleyball 2 Crosscountry 2 3 4 Football 1 af Qi 'Y' JUNE BANCROFT Ltfe rs so short so fast the hours fly! Cheerleadmg 1 2 3 4 Intermurals 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Athletxc Assocratron 1 F Rosle BANCROFT f ,gy Oh why should ltfe all laboux be? Chorus 1 2 3 4 Lntermmals 1 2 3 4 Red Cross 3 4 Q --of nr 'moMAs BEACH M 'All the great things of life are swiftly done. " F.F.A. 1-2-3-4, Basketball2-3-4, Cross Country 3, A.A. 4 Student Council 2, Band 1-2-3-4, Senior Play, Boy State 3, Intermurals 1-2, Band Pres. 3 W--'H' I AN ET BENNING It s happy goes as lucky goes Cheerleadmg 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 A A 2 3 Semor Play 4 Secretary 4 Student Councxl 1 Majorette 1 Intermurals 1 2 3 4 VIRGINIA ELLIS Qgnwwf There s language U1 her eyes Chorus 1 4 Intermurals 1 2 3 4 Dmm Majorette 1 2 3 4 ?,qv f"" I-Pb N -1' BEATRICE EMO Look not moumfully Into the past Intermurals 1 2 A' , i 'J RICHARD HITI' I 'The great end of life is not knowledge but action. " Intermurals 2-4 7 aff' b- 5 EVERETT HOLLLSTER .fu-U What am I life? Intermuralsl 2 4 Basketball 2 3 Class Presrdent 3 Red Cross fx 47. MAUREEN Howe ? It ts not fair to VLSII all the blame on Eve for Adam s fall Presxdent 1 A A 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 4 Semor Play 4 Cheerleader 4 Yearbook 4 Music All State 4 Inter murals 1 2 3 4 MITZI HOWE 'pi' A good heart s worth gold Band 1 2 3 4 Choms 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 4 Cheerleadtng 4 Mustcal A11 State 3 4 JOAN HURLBUT "I laugh, for hope hath happy place wrth me. " Chonxs 1 2 3 4, Semor Play 4, Yearbonk 4 W I MYRTLE KING Somethmg IS rn her that can smrle at fate Band 1 2 3 4 Intermurals 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff4 Semor Play 4 Rehglous Instructron 2 3 4 Trmer 2 3 4 1""" K f JEAN MURPHY fyofa! "With women, the heart argues not the mind." Treasurer 2, Intermurals 3-4, Yearbook Staff 4, Salutatorian, Magazine campaign NORITTA KENNELL Mrm Lrfe IS not hfe at all wlthout delrght Chorus 1 2 3 4 Intermurals 1 2 3 Cheerleadmg 3 4 'Q W Na Zip AGNES MAGINLEY 'I'11 make my Joy a s11ent thmg. " Chorus 1, Secretary 2, Semor Play 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Valedlctorxan 19 LORETTA MCMICHAEL 'G 'Nothing can harm if you are true." Staff 4, Religious Instructions 3-4 LORRAINE MCMICHAEL Our horizon 15 never quite at our elbows Chorus 1 2 3 4 Secretary 1 Sen1orP1ay4 Student Council Treasurer 4 Intermurals 3 4 Rehgrous Instrucuons 3 4 RITA NORTON Laughter is my shield 'hiv- DEAN PIATT Good counselors lack no clrents Student Council 1 Vice Pres 1 Seruor Play 4 Volley Ball 3 President4 Basebal12 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Intermurals 1 Athletic Asociation 3 Chorus 1-2-3-4, Chorus Pres. 4, Vice Pres. Student Council 3, Intermurals 3-4, Junior Red Cross 1, Senior Play 4, Yearbook -.f ""'7' Senior Play 4 Treasurer 1 Chorus 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Cheerleading 2 3 4 Sec Student Council 2 Treasurer 1 'Ti Sl' M x.! 3 DOROTHY RHONE Z She can be s11ent as the trees Intermurals 1 2 Chorus 1 2 MARCELLA SLOCUM The world LS not so bad a world as some would hke to make xt Band234 Ch01'us1234 19- K1 'N LUCILLE SUTFIN I just Lhmk dreams are best Nu V? RONALD WELLINGTON I meant to do my work wday Semor Play 4 Intermurals 1 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Iutermurals 1 2 4 Semor Play J-19 Quai MIRIAM WILKINS 'A merry heart goes all the day." Sec. 3 'Cl' Intermurals 1-2-3-4, Senior Play 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Class sig-g',,"'!'7 F N'-nr RICHARD WILKINS When I rhrnk I must speak Basketball 1 2 Vxce Presldent 4 Sen1or Play 4 Student Councrl 3 Athletxc Assocxauon 2 Intermurals 1 2 3 4 EVELYN WING We have tomorrow bnght before us Intermuralsl 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Chomsl 2 3 4 Sl' wr--'4 CHARLES WULFORST Enough s as good as a feast Intermurals 1 Semor Play 4 Yearbook Staff 4 JERRY WYANT Dj "I have an understanding with the hills. " Baseball 2 3 4, Senior Play 4, Intermurals 2 3 4 W T' 3. XX-N., CARL YOUNG Mfg rf x No day has ever faxled me qurte Baseball 1 2 3 4 Volley Ball 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Cross Country 1 F F A 4 ,Z L.-.993 rf KJX X! an am XLDMQ? 'Sgr R Q R5 Q A 90 ff! N if IW ' P? S - Mi ,f e 6 -2 C Def - I 5:1 fxjxla 1 IVIA! Q S CX Ek r.eff ,a A j 7' x 3 f , le 1' ' if V4 X 63 -gjxllgih 6' ef-- Q QP Wx 43 My gi . -' Q N 4' Ar v 3 L, U . x ff f Eli: jf lb sais r lux-X fx H195 - , ' be xx gx . 1, 5- v , '- cg ' 1 1 1 I ,X 27 -2 is CQ o ' . , ' - '- Q .J ' -"" Q 1 W fefef HI TORY In September of 1940 frfteen of us started on our way up the ladder of learning Our first grade teacher M1ss Malbaum now Mrs Tennet panently gave us our first brt of learning These brave flfteen were Nontta Kennell Joan l-lurlbut June Bancroft Janet Benrung Mrrlam Wrlkens Vrrglnra Ellrs Myrtle Krug Evelyn Wlng Mrtzr and Maureen Howe Loretta and Lorrarne McM1chael The few boys cortsrsted of Thomas Beach Dean Platt who now rs our worthy presrdent and last but not least Jerry Wyant Mtss Chamberlarn now Mrs Wrlson whom we 311 lrked guided us through our second year Dorothy Rhone from Fremont Jomedus 1n the thrrd grade and from Long Island came Charles Wulforst We also was Jorned by our now star athelete Rodney Baker Mrss Keanng who taught us the art of readlng and wrlting was our teacher In the fourth grade under the drcrpling eye of M1ss MacM1nn we garned a Jolly lrttle gul from Beachvllle Lucrlle Sutftn The frfth grade proved to be a lot of fun under the drrecuon of Mrs Babcock and 1n the same year Richard Wrlkens Jomed our group Under the teachrngs of M1ss Henderson rn the srxth grade we completed our grammer school days In tlus grade we obtarned our blonde cheerleader R1ta Norton from Alfred Almond A big healthy boy came to us from Elmira by the name of Ronald Wellrugton Rose Bancroft and Carl Young increased our group to twenty four Miss Colhns our homeroom teacher helped us welcome Beatrice Emo from Wayland ln our eighth year Mr Barnard helped us through the d1ff1cult1es of regents From Hornell we acquired curly haired Everett Holllster and dark eyed Jean Murphy who surprxsed us all w1th her knowledge Twenty erght of us breathed a slgh of relref and stepped proudly 1nr.o I-lrgh School Agnes Magxnley Jorned us there from Dansville and helped our Art department greatly Our Sophomore year proved fun as we had the Joy of imtating the Freshman Now belng Juruors we felt frrmly establrshed and qurte important belng rn Htgh School Our rce cream and candy sales proved to be a lot of fun and successful Dick Hitt rejoined us from Harpersvrlle th1s year Thrs made our class the whole sum of thlrty wluch we are proud to say 15 the largest Semor class rn the history of A C S Our Semor Play also proved successful w1th lots of hard work and fun Our magazine campargn was also most successful Now we are lookmg forward wrth great antrcrpanon to our Senior Trrp and the great moment of graduauon School has been lots of fun and work and we wtll never forget our wonderful nmes at A C S , . s 1 ' 1 ' u u 1 1 n 1 1 u 1 - 1 1 1 1 - , 1 , . . , . , . 1 n , . l X . . . . , , . 1 1 ' , . . - 1 f n p ' ..- ug. SENIOR PL R. Norton, J. Murphy, M. Wilkins, J. Bancroft, M. King, J. Benning, J. Hurlbut R. Wilkins D. Piatt, J. Wyant, R. Wellington, R. Baker, C. Wulforst, M. Howe, T. Beach, D Hitt L McMichael. "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY' Cornelia Otis Skinner ---- --- Loretta McMichael Emily Kimbrough ------ ------ Ma ureen Howe Mrs. Skinner -------- ------- Ia net Benning Mr. Skinner ----- ---- Ro nald Wellington Steward --------- ------ C harles Wul orst Dick Winters -------- Leo McEvoy ----- - - -- Harriet St. John ---- Winifred Blaugh ---- Admiral --------- ---- Purser --- ----- Stewardess --- Inspector ----- ---- ---- Madame Elise ------- Therese -------------- - - Monseiur De La Croix ---- Window Cleaner - ---- - - - - - Thomas Beach -------Dick Hin ---- Joan Hurlbut ------ Rita Norton Richard Wilkins ----- Rodney Baker - --June Bancroft - -- -- Jean Murphy Myrtle King - - Miriam Wilkins - -- -- Jerry Wyant ------Dean Piatt CLASS POEM On these next few pages I ll ny to relate to you A lot of facts of course they re true Of the famous class of 52 Dean Platt is our President And he s also very chummy One good thing about him ts He can sure bnng in the money Next comes Maureen Howe A regular l1tt1e whirl She trys to drscoura e all the boys Cause she s only Fuger s girl Now Mitzr she s our redhead But her temper ain t so bad She likes to srn and fool around With Dick a lvfarne lad Rodney he s our sportsman ln his DeSoto he s now dwelllngc He trys to keep up with his wor And spends hrs time w1th Carolyn Welhlng Down off the hill comes the brains Its l1fe is just a cycle First it s school and then it s Loure They belong to Loretta McMichael Loraine her twm sister ls very shy and qmet But when you got her startes She s really quiet a riot Mtriam she s the friendly type She always has a srrule We all think she s a swell krd And a friend that is worth while Next comes Jeanne her farthful friend You never ftnd them parted But when it comes to arguing You re sorry you got her started Now Myrtle ls a Jolly one She s very seldom serrous But when she sees a good lookrng boy She really goes delirious From Oak Hill halls Rita Norton With blonde hair and eyes of blue She always seems to have lots of pep And time for all the boys too I I 1 U - I I n . 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I I Ginny who is tall and slim Can really get around She takes her father s Pontlac And runs her boyfriends down Rose our religious teacher Is really quite a girl She trys to prove she s what she s no And her mind gets in a twul Ioan she s our sin er She s ot a wonder ul voice With t t she ll be a millionaire And own a new Rolls Royce Now Tommy he s our first class wolf He chases all the girl Someday he s goin to find one Who ll appreclate t se blonde curls From Burns we acqulre Evelyn Who lS very nice rndeed When her school chums pass her by They say there goes a good keed Marcella is very quiet You hardly know she s present She s always very pleasant Lucille she s the silly type She giggles all the wh1le She says Why worry about life s problems You ll be happler w1th a smrle Charlie he s our flrst class clown He keeps us all in stitches But someday he ll get someone mad And they ll kick hrs l1ttle brltches Ronald he s a d time guy He s always ful of fun There s one thing we can say about him He waits ull his work is done Everett is a good natured guy With nice blonde wavy harr But when you hear an ar ment You know that Everetts t ere There s a Bishopville girl named June She always gets there ut never mo soon She has lots of pep and lots of go She always there though rain or snow " ' I -- ' 5 in Q - I' ' S' ' gr., . She:s not the naggrng kind of gm, in . ' From Oak H111 we acquue a tall one Who IS always on the go She s a fnend in need and a fnend in deed It s none other than Beatrrce Emo Now there s a gal who s quret But very well known It s none other than Fremont s own Dorothy Rhone Janet she s an acuve rl Her socral life s a whlr She parucipates 1n all she can Her only trouble is Just one man Agnes she s our artist gal She helps us out of frxes She ou ht to be an ard to us Carl halls from the west s1de of town He s always turnin thxngs up Slde down He 1sn t mean he s just mrscluevous We sure would hate to have hmm leave us A studxous guy is Jerry But always very merry He studies hard while he s tn school For he savs he aint gonna be a fool Now Rlch is Janet s romeo For he s always comm down He takes hrs brothers Cgrevrolet And carts her round the town Now comes Merlrn s favortte gal Who 18 always quite a pest Whenever Noritta IS around The fun is always at it s best With ai the paint she mixes. '. , 8 . ' , I - Il nw 'W ,git fam- J' in xv' w1rQ x QQ lg From Haskinsville hails a little guy With all the girls he's just it He really rs a good tlme guy It s none other than our own Dlck Httt We pause here to thank our class advlser Our admtred Mr Haynes We re sorry for all the trouble caused you And thankful for all you ve helped us gam Now that th1s poem s completed I ve tr1ed to put across to you The thmgs they re noted for Th1s Sen1or Class of 52 409 IQI- 3 sth. 4 Q fn I S 4 A-lb Bum. ,- l Jfneau-ek? f4Q,, f Q 'U .C Ta Cl' ach P ke voice ks h n b-nov ""ES8 .Sam SIC! ga ed e ck .D-I: SCO! ma Il C P-' 50" ed bank p 1 1 for schoo C was 4311 5 b Ie CIBC H1 S6 .QE C wi QE "'-D quietness Y th D0 22 8: 23:12 n-1 sf-4 O C 'coo QI-1 om:- C1 ,HN OU u'v:'J', tton s stand-in hu-1 N.-C E L0 jock Be ti h F151 fe wi l' S SCC! 8 Y n f e of ho es o-lucky disposition IS in a ho da S ne ab ed fp Lg uryr ha he ac c ICC J Jer Ioa Ju L0 Lo Lu M Ma "'ea -D 'Dafa aa: D1 C oub e Il acher P0 :: E INV v-1 922 EEE as-.usa IHI3 N Ri Ri R Ros To V1 'U ,vu 2 Us-4 5 fn ' Us H E 'uv .3 0 'S no I:-u 5 "' mi r: 'H - . 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H w 2 gmg fe 0 w - 252 3 ' ' Um v-4 0 0 .SC O E gg-10 vs- : EH: UMM ' REQ: 90 E' sings?-.003 PROPIIE Y Folks It s a beautiful day for the opening of the 1973 World Senes between Rodney Baker s New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers now piloted by Charles Wulforst As we look around the crowded stands here we see many celebrities WE LL try to pick out a few before the game starts There are the McMichael twlns Loretta and Lorraine who have been presennng Rodeo Riders at the Garden recently Just coming through the gate now is Jerry Wyant the inventor of the automauc umpire bemg used for the first time Following him is the chief chef at the Stork Club Ioan Hurlbut and the editor in chref of the New York Times Maureen Howe There are the sponsors ofthe coast to coastradio show especially for the kiddles Toy Parade Jean Murphy and Miriam Wilkins Closebehrnd themisAgnes Maginley top commercial designer in New York In back of the dugout talking to the Yankee pitcher Dean Pratt are District Attorney Ronald Wellington U S Treasurer Mitzi Howe and Beatrice Emo owner of Eastman Kodak With them are a number of other celebrites There IS Lucille Sutfin whois rocking the nauon with her Jokes Noritta Kennell champion lady wrestler and Janet Benning who has set a new As we swing the camera along the reserved section we see Vrrglnia Ellis winner of the Indianapolis Speedway Race for the last five years and Marcella Slocom and Evelyn Wing trumpet duo for Harry Jame s Orchestra Seated next to them is the sound effects man for Farm Animals in Review Everett Holister and Carl Young center of the New Yorks Nicks basketball team Over on the left side of the stadrum we see the newest singing rage of New York Rose and June Bancroft who made famous Tom Beache s Hot Rod Race NO 3 Wxth them ls Dorothy Rhone owner of the Wtse Potato Chip factory Behindthem is the Olympic track star Drck Hill and Richard Wilkins who has just been gtven the patent for his new siren for ambulances And there is Mr Ned B Haynes wrlter of the best seller Echoes of Elkland or Tales of the Tannery We now take you back toour home station CALS in Arkport New York Rita Norton manager for a short pause and then well continue with the line ups for today s game. So long folks Thrs has been Mel Kmg reporung record by riding around the world on her bicycle. WILL Student Body The right to have an elevator to ride to the office in Next Senior Class A Senior trip wrth no work attached Next Junior Class The right to sell gum and popcorn Next Sophomore Class A homeroom large enough for all of them Next Freshman Class The rrght to sleep in class but not snore Mr Fenner A more effective way of making basketball players eligible Mr Sherner An errand boy Mr Haynes Another Senior class like us Mlss Torry More young bachelors rn Arkport Miss Wight A bus that runs on time from Arkport to Stafford Miss Krog A wagon to carry all her supplies to classes Rose Dlfferent ways to beat Campbell Puderbough The rxght no pracuce what he preaches about farmlng Wolford A machine for deposrts of used gum s Whiteman A '75 MPH speed zone from Arkport to Hornell Chalker A mixed Chorus Miss Arnold Longer lunch hours Rodney Leaves his legs to C1tat1on June Wills her chores to Mr Wolford Rose Leaves her Brble to Bob Al er Janet Leaves her letter writing ability to Larry Brown Virginia Leaves her Pontiac to Richard McGarrigle Beatrice Wills her cooking ability to the cafeteria staff Everett Leaves his noises 1n English class to Mar e Polmanteer Maureen Leaves her love of workin on the muc to Josephine Mitzi Leaves her voice to Robert L1 bey Dick Leaves his wisecracks to Harold Coller Charles Leaves his boo es to the Dear Old South Jerry Wills his bike to t Smithsonian Instltute Richard Leaves his hand shaking ability to Grant Barnes Evelyn Wrlls her big brown eyes to Mr Barnard Lucille Leaves her giggles to Crandall and Crandall Rita Wrlls her form to the Southern Tier Concrete Co Dean Wills his pitching ability to the St Louis Browns Carl Wills hrs ru edness to Floyd Pettxbone Ronald W1lls his ggsses to the Unlucky One Dorothy W11ls her knack for breaking bones to anyone who can Loretta Wrlls her rides with Louis to Joyce Jones Lorraine Wills her IQ to Larry Kame Marcella Wills her hair do s to Timmy T Joan Wills her teeth to anyone who can pay dentist bills Miriam Wills her baby sitting tn Barbara Agnes Wills her art ability to Mrs Krog Noritta Wllls her pep to Bill Bridge Jean Wills her ability to study to David Councilman Myrtle Wills her rides home from the basketball games to coach afford it Mr. - ' . ' ML - . . . Mr. - ' . Mr . ' - . Mr. - . Thomas - Wills his trips to Horneg Bob Osborn. - i .I-I. HIT One Meat Ball Once rn a Lrfenme You re the Cream ln my Coffee Always Now IS the Hour Thanks for the Memory That s my Weakness Now Let Me Call you Sweetheart My Old Ialopy s a Cadlllac Grve me a L1ttle Krss Full Moon and Empty Arms I Want to be Wrth You Always September I Get Ideas I Wrsh I Drdn t Love you So That s My Desue Im rn Love Agarn I Love Chewlng Gum Tell Me Why Never Trust a Woman I m gonna be Boss From Now on Day After Day Musrc Muslc Musrc The Old Master Parnter l-lot Rod Smrle Smrle Snule I Don t Care rf the Sun Don t Shtne So Trred Smoke Gets rn Your Eyes How Could you Belreve Me Mrs Murphy s Daughter Love Somebody Srn Beauuful Brown Eyes I Love The Sunslune rn Your Smrle Btcycle Burlt for Two The Appleblossom Wedding It s all over but the Memory Spaghetu Supper A g1rl lrke Dorothy Maureen to Bob M1r1am ssmrle Trarn to N Y C Joan Hurlbut Grnny to Tom K Loretta to Louxe Tommy Beach Carl Young Ronald Wellrngton Dean to Carol B S chool bCg1l'lS Charlre Wulforst Mrtzi to Drck Graduatlon Lorrarne Mr Wolford 69 for an average Jerry Wyant Rose B Fallure to do homework Mr Chalker to h1s classes Agnes Ma rnley Rodney Ba er LUCIIIC Sutfm June Bancroft Marcella Teacher s room Myrtle Stones ean Rxta Drck Hrtt Everett Norrtta Janet 8: Rrch Evelyn Seruor tr1p To Think You've Chosen Me Mr: Haynes to Seniors . ' J , G gf GQ? W, N ff Q K5 9 f W q FM, uk va J, pi V53 ew . Uk f ln rw- , , wa- .,., ix fa: ',,,,' .,,,, D1 1, l. in ..-A 0 -f-.Q :pl 51:17 T17 K Simi all F' ' 1 1-3 was Olga m8 4, ee i 1 I E E .1 1 Q J FIRST ROW -J. Hoeffner, L. Shaut, E. Neale, Z. Jones, I. Norton, T. Hoeffner, D. McGarrigle, C. Wehling, B. Pierce, S. Latimer, D. Dries. SECOND ROW - V. Howe, B. Preston, M. Holden, R. Swift, C. Wulforst, J. Rhone, R. Osborn, R. Fuller, I. Donnelly, C. Burger. THIRD ROW - Mr. Rose, W. Phelps, F. Odell, R. Alger, R. White, D. Karns,R. Libbey, T, Kinnell, R. Olds. ABSENT - H. Coller. A President ------ ----- T . Hoeffner Vice-President --- --- D. McGarrigle Secretary --------- ------- J . Norton Treasurer ---------- ---- C. Wehling Athledc Association --- ------ Z. Jones B. Libbey Student Council --- ---- T. Kinnell S. Latimer . i 'Wrf - ' rf . , f Sa ' ay- f ' 1. OJ if , -F gif!!! I YQQWQ X90 I iff, Kay I Jfxw yr X D 55 ew 9 4 W d I Q , f :QM if S I Wi N" 'o ,M A 0,15 Q 1 ' EUR W ' 1 , , "' X ago !"' in F 7,-ivan '- -41.4 1 1. inn -V i v I H W ,Z Y Hi ,I 1 OPHO URES FIRST ROW -W. Thorpe, G. Barnes G Barnes E Sampson P King J Jones I Strobel T. Pullerites, W. Neale B W1lk1ns SECOND ROW-Mr. Chalker, E. Wheeler N Kilbury I Karr I Phelps I Kennell P Griffin, J. Parsons I Kame L Wellington J Heffelfinger THIRD ROW -R. Auckland, F, Petubone T Pfaff P Spencer R. Lockwood C Griffin P. Holmes, T. Timmerman W Bridge N Shaut ABSENT - L. Coller, N. Kennell B Whlte President ----- Vice-President Secretary ---- Treasurer ---- Athletic ----- Association Student ------ Council f . -1 nncvomom YWGYB f 239' C 5 ,J Q n HI 'Z Qgijjjf f MMM lx imp 11 arse -Kring 'hit' 1 .ga 4l..lL. -M W - llllll - U tg vnu x mm'- it 11 Q1 W1 1 -Li FRESHME FWF' ll Q'l'4lQ 'ld FIRST ROW M Polmanteer C Murphy A Clymo J Pfunter L Ma nley R Henry SECOND ROW B Crossett I McGraw L Kame R. Hurlbut G Haynes S Lawerence R Howe D Councrlman R Davrs F Bancroft Mrss Torrey ABSENT R Fhckner Presldent Vrce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Athleuc Assocxa uon Student Councll L Brown L Ryan R. Henry L Maglnley C Murphy J McGraw G Haynes J Porter 7 5" I fa.. , ,.. Q' ll .1 um. . "3 In 'K 1 A "H , fin! 'fbi . I 2. M gnc wg., ww , X g fl" 'C :Nrf -wtf " .J ' ' ' ' f ' ' . ., , A . 1,4 ,-,fc r ,f 'Q 'R -ri 1 f FW 2 -1- - , ' 3'.-H" ig ': 1 4 4 B sr W- I ' ef ' ' U :lk Q ' f A- ' 'wat X ri' M,-'i tw M F ' f 1 w 4 ' 1 'fe FD f '- H if .., B, T if 1- -fhi ,J - . 5 r-- H A K -A U - 1 ' , 'T "f ' 1 N Ii ' T ' Q fy ' - ' Q. x I W I 1 ,. e A, A ' Q ' Hs- - r J P , 4 ' ai k rx , i h , fs.. y M ar V 2 L - , 6 , - ' ' ' , C ' Y T " Q . , A, - X ' ' 7 ' an 3 -, 14 E rs , I l V ,B . if ,A ' W ' l 'W , K M 3: , tx! , ,O vi, Q Q., . 5 u Q 4' 7 ' . I l -. v - . ' ' , Wx 5' m " IN ' V S , T L ,,. X S W ,nhy , H A N, gg r,,..,..,Q,g '5 Q ' . , . , . , . , . l , . , L. Brown, L. Ryan, B. Glover, J. 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Qfr. ,F 0 ' - -ff 8' V 4 G sl ' 1 I " l I I -' Q. fi' qw X x ".' 4 'v 1 h 4 .44 ., " F V7 'gr .J YY:- i .af sg' ,X -U1 ,ggi M 4 , xiii 2023? -,JS N T 3 xx B QQ x'l Ill' E D 0 Q5 J ,f 1 5- f Q ,- dx I I f xx. lp x f x X x X-fa N N N :K-fl .L X - ,I , ' : II ' X x ', I N - - K x , I ' -' N 1 , -. 5 K I - S x ll If - xx N : f ,f X .- xtff s - I I X 5 X 1 , - 1 1 'N : N .f X ' f 'ffl x Q , xx - 1, xx ,. f X ' ff! X 1 XX , x fl XX , N l', XX rl XX IIIIX IIIKKXXX i 1 ' - 'law lbw ...N gg., 'ZS dill ni ' ' e. .im ' --Us UV' .WSL V A Z .1 I . 'I . .1 . . 'pci ' " 'lf A1 Y A' AV, Ivan wg.. .fe .5 lk! 'sl SEATED - M. Howe, Z. Jones, W. Neale, C. Murphy. 1. -... Y 'r a STANDING - Coach Rose, T. Beach, G. Barnes, B. Libbey. J. McGraw. 1 - if an out asf Ill J- ud " v - wwli mr: .sv-3 PW " f 5 in 4 I as .. QA MNST H num -'ee I . .141 i fb : Q1 .wc-:-a 1 Yr W' 'u-1 i 1 ffdifif ' ,, I 1. ,y .rica 1 M" L E T J C i :Wd C c-vera a- far ' 1' Q :,:A. ' V ' -f w- l ' ' av Pi Na. ,:'.1 me V, 118.1 .ggg -1 lv ,-.rh 1 fs!!! li' susan: D138 ............ am, SEATED- D. Karns, G. Barnes, G. Barnes, R. White, D. Piatt, J. Wyant, R. Lockwood.. STANDING - P. King, T. Timmerman, D. McGarrigle, W. Phelps, B. Libbey, N. Shaut, Coach Rose. 'Q JF in. -,F I-n 1-.2 Q 3' ' iii 1 I . Hy!! , 4 K-if :lull 11 la as if!-'Ye Q ii' IES! '?' I nl v so W .'.c 'X I lai- 'idullf Uh all I in -42 if 3-gl' 6 .Q 4 1 5 'A I 1 . ..,.f ZO-HPHOOMMF rrbw mmbw ,zz an i 1- C CQ Q 9 . If N2 90 SFATED - R. Baker, G. Barnes, G. Barnes, B. Libbey, W. Phelps, R. White, E. Sampson. STANDING - B. Auckland, D. McGarrigle, T. Kinnell, R. Fuller, F. Odell, N. Shaut, Coach Rose. SEATED - G. Barnes, G. Barnes, R. Baker, R. Libbey, E. Sampson. STANDING - W. Phelps, D. McGarrigle, R. Flickner, N. Shaut, Coach Rose. 'fr I K- W X C 4 -i QQQ Ql- -ae U .fm H 2' 1... .mm 1 alive' l ez 3 ca P f V K . f 4 l ,X ?. 4- l . , ,..,j' ' 4 x A ITY FIRST ROW - T. Beach, G. Barnes, G. Barnes, D. Piatt, R. Fuller, D. McGarrigle, N. Shaut SECOND ROW - Coach Rose, R. Baker, C. Young, R. White, R. Libbey, R. Lockwood, P. King W. Thorp, J. Bancroft, R. Norton, Z. Jones, N. Kennell, J. Benning. A 1. Q1 UNIUR. ITY FIRST ROW - R. Flickner, L. Ryan, T. Timmerman, J. McGraw, F. Bancroft. SECOND ROW Coach Rose, R. Wellington, P. Spencer, G. Haynes, E. Sampson, R. Howe B. Bridge, R. Davis. ABSENT - R. Hurlbut, R. Auckland. J. Parsons, M. Howe, T. Pullerites, M. Howe, L. Shaut. HEERLE DERS Forwards Center Guard VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY Dean Platt Drck McGarrigle Nrck Shaut Carl Youn Robert Lrb y Russell White Rodney Baker Grant Bames Graham Bames Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkporr Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkport Arkport 45 SCORES ' League Games Forwards Center Guard Andover Woodhull Lohocton Prattsburg Savona 'Avoca Troupsburg 'Cam bell Brad ord Wayland Frank Bancroft Ralph Howe Lee Ryan Ttmmy Trmmerrnan Jack McGraw Edward Sampson Phrlrp Spencer Roger Hurlbur Gary Haynes Roland Flrckner Robert Auckland Hammondsport I a sper Greenwood 'Avoca 'Camp ell 58 33 62 44 51 ' 38 54 29 Aykpgn 46 C3l'liSI8O 47 66 23 44 35 62 25 34 fp 47 41 W1 56 65 45 43 64 40 D 64 36 34 36 b 37 1 CjQQg!?5 m y W 5 at Sw 4 in 0 Ev W a 1 I 0 E 0 J , A sx'X-1 X w. 213 5 fi f Q . 3g 'f W QM Q 2 W nv 4? ' Q' ! jx 'ggi VI JW ,945 ff R 1, .4 'Ak-,Q Ja. 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