Briarcliff High School - Bruin Yearbook (Briarcliff Manor, NY)

 - Class of 1948

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If N r f 'hr W ' X V 'S ,4Zmcz WMM Boonville, our Alma Mater We'1l cheer for thee We'l1 climb the ladder n to vic O, let the doors be open For the green and white For our Alma Mater We will always fight Claes of 1048 Boonville Central School Boonville, New YOPK 1 'H N hu 'ra ,mi Ntm saw Row 1 KL R J Mrs Brooks Dorothy Baker, Rolan Larrivey, Mildred Rubeor, Everett Brazie, Rose Howanletz Row 2 QL R J Carole Edwards, Irene Devoe, Veronica St John, Caryl Satterly, Joanne Sattler Joy Ann Dasklewich, Joan Mcltz Joyce Miller, Anne Jackson, Janice Marcy, Sophie Kowalik Row 3 iL R J Paul Blankman, Douglas DeVoe Robert Stabb Robert Zeigler, Richard Mahaffy, Raymond Pugh, Hubert Iseneker, Patrick Kotary, en Brown Editor in chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Production Manager Assistant Production Manager Art and Photography Editors Advertising Managers Sports Editors Humor Editors Circulation Managers Class and Club Editors Assistant Class and Club Editor Senior Write Ups Typlsts Faculty Advisor Mildred Rubeor Rolan Larrlvey Rose Howanletz Sophie Kowalik Everett Brazle Pat Kotary Dorothy Baker, Jean Mcltz Paul Blankman, Rooert Zelgler, Richard Manaffy Ben Brown, Raymond Push Caryl Satterly, Anne Jackson Joy Dasklewlch, Douglas DeVoe Sobert Stabb Joanne Sattler, Irene DeVoe Joyce Miller Veronica St John, Carole Edwards, Dolores Dean Janice Marcy, Hubert Iseneker, Everett Brazle Sophie Kowallk 2 Mrs Brooks edccczffwa MRS MILDRED BROOKS we, the class of '48, Do hereby wish to dedicate Through four years of natience and un She willingly put up with us when lots of things were really tough She, who made us learn from books Our friend and advisor Mildred Brooke 5 derstandlng, I O N ' Q 'K Kwik I I r I O MR HAROLD P SEAMON Row 1 QL.-RJ Hrs. Brooks, Mine Beeman, Mrs. Dem1n1al?M1se Iseneker, Mrs. Hall, Mre. Manning, Misa Donahue, Hua. Shand, Mrs. Bjorkman, Misa Nunn, Row 2 Mrs. Rauscher, Mrs. Eg leston, Miss D, Perry, Miss A, Perry, Miss Dorland, Mrs. Szot, Miss Allen, Mrs. E. Davis, Mrs. Glouse, Mies Ruchti, Mrs. B. Davis, Row 3 Mr. Collins, Mr. Forcucci, Mr. Torrens, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Seamon, Mr. Roemer, Hr. Hughes, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Morgan 4 I 0 , . Mr Harold P Seamon Mr Spencer Roemer Miss Mrs Mrs Miss Miss Mrs Mrs Miss Miss Miss Mrs drs Miss Ruth Donahue Marlon Eggleston Thelmf Deminiak Alice Perry Anne Dolan ?wfffv Elmira Heights N Y U ca, N Y Boonville, N Y Boonville, N Y West Branch, N Y Carthage N Y Constableville, N Elizabeth Manning Constableville, Sadie Glouse Jeanette Allen Irene Iseneker Dorothy Perry Berenice Davis Margaret Davis Rosalie Ruchti Miss Marjorie Beeman Mr Edward T Collins Miss Doris Dorland Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs lr Mrs Lols Bjorkman Wesley Bailey Mildred Brooks Orval D Hug Beatrice Vicks Eunice Shaad Lyle Barnes Samuel Forcucci Emma Lou Szot Miss Beatrice Nann Mr Elmer Morgan Boonville Woodgate, N Y Boonville Carthage, Madrid, N Y Remsen N Y Boonville, N Cazenovla, N Y Laurence, Mass Sandy Creek N Y Madison N Y Syracuse, N Y Boonville, N Y Supervising Principal Vice Principal, Junior High English Kindergarten First Grade First Grade Second Grade Second Grade Third Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Fifth Sixth Sixth Grade Grade Grade Grade Senior High English French k Health Latin d Guidance Senior High Junior High Librarian G Social Studies Social Studies 7th Grade Math Mrs Geraldine Mall Mrs Mary Rauscher Miss Adree Clark Mr Anthony Barraco J 1CH, N Constableville N Y Boonville, N Y Science Commerce Homemaklng Massena, N Y Agriculture Granville N Y Pulaski N Y Syracuse N Herkimer, N Y Boonville Boonville, N U ca, N Mount Morris N Music Supervisor Grade Vocal Music Art Physio 1 Education School Nurse Secretary Commerce Junior High Social Studies Q o , e e . tl . . , O l . Y. , - N. Y. . , N. Y. , N. Y. ' N. Y. I I I 0 O Yo , O O D , l I Mr. . . Mr. William Torrens Newburgh N. Y. Mathematics Mr. , hes 't' '- Y- , o I , g , Mr: 1 0 e ' lv' I O I . L , . . , .Y. , . Y , N. Y. . . Y. tl . Y. . ' , . Y. 5 -i'5'6d v.4-1, SENIGRS Vice President Rubeor Mildred Treasurer Blankman, Paul Brazie, Everett Howanietz, Rose i Bronson, Faye Brown Benjamin Davis Truxton DeVee, Douglas Bronson Vilma Capron Norman Dean Delores Devoe, Gertrude DeVoe Irene Flokbohm, Lee Gagnon, June Iseneker, Hubert Edwards Carol Freeman Leigh Jr Hoch Jane Joslin, Weldon Kessler, Duane Kowalik Sophie Mahaffy, Richard Pohoresky, William Kf-ff 41' Kinel, Leo Leichty, June Pfendler Martin Pruckno, Emil Pugh, Raymond Sattler Joanne Stabb Rita Waliszewski Stella GIF 'Y 1. X ai wo' Q Y Satterly, Caryl Stabb Robert Stephen, Barbara Yauger Byfle 'WPS Yuhasz, Julius Zeigler, Robert E F 'Rag Brow Richard KP G I SENIOR CLASS ACTIVITIES The latter part of September the Senior Class elected their slate of officers as follows President Rolan Larrlvey Vice President Rose Hewanietz Sec 6 Reporter Joy Ann Dasklewich Treasurer Mildred Rubeor Business Manager Veronica St John The first activity of the year was a Junior Q Senior Class party held October l in the school auditorium where dancing and refreshments were enjoyed On October 24 held the first dance of the school year which was most successful as we had an unusually large crowd The activity that occurred next and which took careful planning was the Senior Play 'Thin Ice, a three act comedy with the following cast Rose Howanletz, Sophie Kowalik, Paul Blankman Raymond Pugh, Rolan Larrivey, Caryl Satterly, Veronica St John, Dorothy Baker, Joy Ann Dasklewich, Everett Brazie, Leigh Freeman Jr., Benjamin Brown, Jane Hoch, and Mildred Rubeor. The play was ably directed by Mrs. Lois Bjork- man. we held another Senior Dance on January 16 with a good crowd in attendance, even though the weather was stormy. The biggest project of our Senior year which took several weeks in diligent pre- paration, was the assembling of this yearbook, The Kortenaerian. Mildred Rubeor, Editor in chief and her staff are to be congratulated on this fine book. June 27, 28, and 29 we will hold our graduation exercises and on June SO the Sen lor Ball. Later in the week we will leave on our Senior trip. The members of the Senior Class would like to express their sincere appreciation to Mrs. Mildred Brooks for the help and guidance she has given us to make our years in high school so successful. 12 l Miggw A JP' L 55 M K I 'HV' 1, Vt, f 535 it M , ,QQ j X 'Klip , e aATQ,L""' Q af ,z H j,:,xf,y Ill: Q' if - Mggj, x of 'g .. ' , H '-'n'R'4, X ' O O . . . . C , Q we O U . , . , . Holan Larrivey Rose Howanietz Joy Ann Daskie wich Mildred Rubeor Veronica St Dorothy Baker Pres Bud SENIOR WRITE.UPS Basketball 2,5,4, Soc er,6,4, Base ball 5,4, Band,l,2,5,4, Chorus, Intramura1s,6, Newspaper Club,4 Junior Plays, Lit le Theatre Con test,4, Senior Play,4, Class Trees 5 Class Pres ,4 Varsity Club smile for every boy and two for every girl' Vice Pres Rosie I Sec Daskle' eat as a pin shapely and J V Cheerleader,2, Ghorus,l, Science C1ub,4, Kortenarian Staff, 5 4 Newspaper Club,4, Class Repor ter,l, Vlasa Treas ,2 Class Sec 3 Class Vice Pres 4 Senior Pla 4 Intramurals,l,2,W 4 rize Speak 1ng,2,5,4, Library club, slim n Valedictorian J V Cheerleader,2,5 Varsl leader,4, Newspaper Club,4, Speak1ng,3, Science Club,4, C1ub,4, Intramural Basketba 4 Bowling 4, Chorus,4, Kor 4, Class Vice Volleyba1l,4, Convent1on,4, Tis ove that makes the world go roundu Treas Peg B'v1lle Band,l 9 Commer Club,5, Newspaper Club, 5,4, Class Treas 4 Junior P1ay,5 Bowl1ng,4, Select Band,4, Uhorus,l 2,5, t Staff,4, l Pres 3 Senl Girls Sextet, The cheerful live longest in years and after wards in our regards' usi Man Ronnie ty Cheer Prize Varsity ll,l,2,5 4 elect ass Sec or Play 5 4 ESSPA 3,4, Chorus,2,5,4 Kort Staff,5 4, Intramurals 2 4, ESSPA Convention Senior P1ay,4 Chorus,4, Select Intramural Bask 1,2 5,4 Class Man 4 Senior Play,4 Kort Staff 4 Bowl1ng,4, Uomm Club,3,4, Newspape Club,4, Chorus,l,4, J V Cheerleader ' etter to be smal and shine than to be l rge and cast a shadowu Bake B C S Jr Yr Chorus,6,4, Library Club,5,4, Kort Staff,S,4, Little Theater Contest,4, Junior Play,3, Senior Play,4, Pr1zespeak1ng,4, Scholastic Art Award Cont in Fash 1on,lst 2nd prize, Girls Sextet 4 Select 5norus,4, NA1 s not a thing, it is a wayu . n n , . 3 . - . 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Y . . . . . , ' 1 S 't 1 ' 15 Paul Blankman Walt Everett Brazie Faye Bronson lma Bronson Newsoaper Club,9,5,4 Editor in Chief 4 Science Club 4 Library Club,3 Intramurals,l,3,4 J V ask l Clas Pres 2,Q Little Theater Cont ,4 iana er of Mag Sales Camoaign 4 Pri e Sbesklng 5 lst rlze Black Rive League Prize oeaking lst Pr1ze,3 Kort 3taff,5 4 Varsity Club 4 All State Orchestra,4 Band l 9 4 Chorus,l,2 'S Walt' 18 pooular in every way, he makes friends without delay Evle sk arsity Bask 2 5 4 Band,l 9 3 4 Soc er,2 4 Chorus 4 Jarsity Club 4 Junior Play,5 Senior Play,4 Select B nd,6 HTall and straight with a manly gaitu Faye Chorus,l,2,? 4 Hom meklng Club l 2,3 4 Treas Homem king Glu I J V Cheerleader Jr Play 6 n be pushed just so far n n A I . . V A , ' 1 v s I , 5 . . B o, Q S og, vs - . g L g . V . I 3 Z . , 5 5 F . 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She is devoted' Ben V Bask B ll,2 Varsity, Science Club,4 Library Club Varsity Club 4 Aort Staff 4 Intramurals Ben is quiet, tall, and slim e has a very leasant grinn Norm Library Clu Conn Club 5 Sceence Club 4 penny for your thoughts J V Football 1 Varsity Football 2 Tucker Varsity Wrest 1ng,2 Band,1 2 4 Orchestra,1,2 J V Ba k B ,3 Soccer 3 Varsity Club 4 Bnlebnl 5,4 Chorue,4 Science C nb 4 never do today what you can do to morrow Dee 'People sey th t life is I prefer reading' Doug 14 Homemakin Club,1 4 H C Troll , fort taff 4 Library Club 5 me thing but A 4 Treae Sec ,4 Oneida County F V A Trees Douglas DeVoe Gertrude DeVoe Irene DeVoe Carole Edwards Lee Flckbohm June Gagnon Jane Hoch Hubert Iseneker Weldon Joslin H oug' never seems to shout I have no doubt ' 'Gert 'The type of girl you would your best friendn yde Oneida bounty Senti el,4 F F A Judging l,2,6,4, Library Club 6 Newspaper C ub,5,4, Kort Staff 4 Chorus Is he quiet? Home Ec Club l,3,4 Reporter,5 Vice Pres 4 choose for Home Ec Club l,3,4, Vice Pres Pres ,4, Chorus,l,2,3,4, Kort Staff 4 Intramurals,l,2 5,4 Agreeableness and friendship are wealth' Carole The highest of distinction to othersu 'Lee M man of wit and modesty uld we ask of dest1ny?' Gaggi Homemaklng Club,l Library Club,3 Chorus,l Kort Staff,4 Salutatorian is service J V Bask Ball, Man 1 Varsity Bask Ball 4 Science Club 4 What more Entered B C S 2, Science Club 4 Band,2,5, Chorus,2 3 Intramurals 2 5,4 NBorn with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world is crazy' 'Hoey' U etter late than neveru 'Hubie' Kort Staff 5 Comm Newspaper Club,4 J V Cheerleader 4, Senior Play,4, Intramurals 1,2 3,4, Library Club 5 Chorus,4 Band,4 Club,5,4 Intramurals,l 2, J V Bask Ball 1,2 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Baseball l,2,3,4, Soccer 2,3 Varsity Club,4, Kort Staff,5,4 'When you go to a dance, take heed whom you take by the hand' Weldle Intramura1s,l,2,6,4, Comm Club,3 4 Baseball Team 4 Volley Ball 3, U'eldonH is quiet and takes life at ease. H does his best and tries always to please.' 15 A rl Q n , . . . 1 Q I I 5 4 ' . , 2 ,l,22 D . ll - . ' I i l -, 3 NH ll D , . .Iss S , 3 N 3 S S - S ll QI . . . . ., , - . 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' I D , 3 I 45 N e Duane Kessler Leo Kinel Sophie Kowallk June Leichty Richard Mahaffy Martlr Pfendler William Pohoresky Emil Pruckno Raymond Pugh Caryl Satterly Duke 2,3,4 5 4, Ba , C orus,2 J V Bask Ball 1 F Vice Pres 4 F F A ,Vice pre Intramural Bask Ball,2 4 uane never seems to worry, and he's seldom in a hurryn Leo' Ag C ub,l,2,4 Library Club, sk Ball 1 F F A NHe sayth little, but thinketh moren Soph Newspaper Club,3 4, Kort Staff 3 Junior Play Senior Play Chorus,l 2,5,4, J V Cheerlead1ng,5,4 Intra murals,l,2,o,4, Homemaking Club l Pr1zespeak1ng,2,5, gnd prize nF1ne character and thats not all Very cooperative a friend to all 'June Bug Homemaking Vlub,l,2,5,4 Reporter, Science Club,4, H good heart's worth goldn Dick' Bask Ball 2 5 Comm Club,3 Pres Intramurals 1, Chorus,4 ' un y isnosition is half the battle' Marty' Ag 2,3,4 Chorus, , F F A Vice Pre Intramurals 1,2 3,4 'Things are not always what they seem Bill' Intramurals 3,4, Comm vlub, Volley Ba1l,3 N essings on thee little m Emo Bask Ball 2 5,4 Baseball 2 Intramurals l,4, Comm Club,4 H mil' you know is quite a lad, never too good and never too uRay Bask Ball 3,4, Comn vlub,3, Newspaper Club,5, Intramurals 12, Senior Play Junior Play Soccer 5 Chorus,5,4 lushing is the color of lrtue 'Caryl Chorus, Senior Play Junior Play Newspaper Club,5, Kort Staff,4 e e s a friend, so good and true, when she's around we re never bluen 16 " " As-1 s F.F-A-1 1 ' nd li h 3 . . . , 3 .F.A. . ., 5 . . . s.,5g - 1 I ND Il 1 . l Z w U 5: Ba . , 3 . . .,3g ll n ' . . 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I I Joanne Sattler Rita Stabb Robert Stabb Barbara Stepho Stella Jallszeuskl Byrle Yauger Julius Yuhasz Robert Zeigler Richard Brom NJOP1 HA quiet carefree miss, a heart full of blissn Rltw H ho'she look very quiet: Bob HThe house Bob builtn Barbu 'Quiet and serene and tall a good friend to all Stella HQu1et ana shy but a friend ll n ll Chorus,l,2,3,4g Newspaper Club,5,4Q Kort. 3taff,4g Library Club,5g Chorus,2 5,4, Newspaper Club 3 Library olub 5 Homemaklrg Club 5,4 Intramural,l 2,6,4, F F A ,l,c I 4 Reporter lst c 2 eas , , Champl ship Vernon Fair,4 F F A Basketba l 1 2 6 manager 4, Intramur 1 2 Chorus,5,4 Kort Staff,4 L1brary,5 Newspaper, Chorus,4 Home EC ,5,4 Moms blub 4 Intramurals,l 0 always Library lub in needn Bask Ball Soccer, 5 2 Q Varsity C1ub,4 4 Intramurals l 4 'Ah why should life all labor ben 7 Ba a uleu Intramurals Club 2 5 4 r re than izvggczzgaggn Bask Ball'5'4 ' l tlex NBob L the no ld fe 7 ND1cx 1 t nt manaaer 3 fi Ur p'T"Jll P' Intramura 18 Con rolal Club 1 4 Kortenaerlanatsff e ' ro l C Q w fptrall 5 News pqrer o QB A Convention o or DC ce olu o ar ' J H ot too erort rot too tall we coul3n't do wltrout lm at alln 17 ll I I - . 1 I I 3 I ' J2I I I ' T s ll IV f" . . 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G.D ,f ', El P' ', Ch us 5, ' len '- b ','1 - sstj Club S NAME Dorothy Baker Paul Blankman Everett Brazie Faye Bronson dilma Bronson Ben Brown Norman Capron Joy Ann Daskiewich Truxfon Davis Delores Dean Douglas DeVoe Irene DeVoe Gertrude DeVoe Carole Edwards Le rickbohm Leig Freeman June Jane Rose Gagnon Roch Powanietz Hubert Iseneker weldon Joslin Duane Ke sler Leo Kizel Soyhie Kovalik Rolan Larrivey Richard Iahaffy lartin Rfendler llllaim Poror sky Emil Pruckno Raymond Pugh Mildred hubeor Caryl Satterly Joanne Sattler Rita Stabb Bch Stabb Barb r Steoron Veronica St Jorn Stella Walisvewskl Bvrle Yauge SENIOR FOLLIES WEAKNESS long skirts playing the trumpet girls nest LSJHGD Rochester eating growing Dukes Frankie Books A f Camp 45 Keever Boys Forestport school women CB W sizsllns Hess ports Norld Series Jay Dee not talklng Ed Anna girls writing poetry being besrful Georgislnnal Russians girls CWe wonder? food Paul Ctter L being a twin Carthage movies Going out at nigrt being ouiet Cigarettes SONG AMBITION Pretending Art teacher Doctor, Lawyer Doctor Indian Chief Six Feet Two Eyes of Blue After Gradua tion Day whlsoering Repeat Per formance Small Fry How Soon Symphony Skaters Serenade Serenade of the Bells A Eine Romance Life is a Dream Why? School Days Beg Your rardon Civilization Stardust with Play Boy Hairdresser Secr tary Bobo Game Var den Nurse Sloo teac her Homemaking Teacher To Go North To be e Housewife To be an old maid To get out of B'v1lle write poetry Ski execu tive Nurse Secretary I'm Alwavs Gras Nurse ing RAinbows You' Better Stop Playing Around School Day I Can't Nake Ny Eyes Be? ve Passing By A1n't cha Ever Coming? If You Only Knew I'm Wild About Perry l t Baseman of Dodgers Radio Dech anlc truck dI'1V61" Ph s nfs Te cher It's Bard telling Those Things orld Money Can't Buv traveler Going Vy Way Iechanlc Ballerina Unknown Doing What R Dane Comes Naturally Roses jn the Rain Ballerina Passing Fancy Stars In Votr Eyes he Stars Jill Remember Jenrtacres Ballerina Oh what It Seemed To Be Stella By Starlight Stumbling 18 Travelling Salesman C P A Palrdre ser Dress Designer To Live in the City go est Grade each To Graduate beautician We Vander SI' PROBABIX WILL BE Art teacher Doctor Play Boy west Leyden Housewife rarried Hobo Game Narden A Duchess Uen peck d Husband Professional Ice Skater Narried Housewife Farmer's wife Around Mayor of B ville Skl executive vurse old maid DC?J Nurse Willie loppe Pnd bachelor m rrled truck driver Secretarv bachelor 475 Nome Boy Navy Accountant UHOSFEPKCP Errand Boy married married Dress Designer A Te cher Goins Forth Crade Teacher married Q71 be utlclan Retired Con wrath ,, , 1 W , A 1 . e H N A - ' w Y 1 , A , '1 - .. - e ' v ,L. T . Mc- l U ' . e T ' N . .D - ' N . . . V . R, P. . kt . - ' , ? , Y! V 5 Q ID L. .. g . s , 4 - a . , L!! , 1 ' . . ' , , y ll A . , . . . . -A . . a . June Leichty H, J, Nurse married . 1 nv , 1 , , . .. . . , I 4 . L 1 'I . H '1 9 A " 1- o ' I I t.. Q Q -.f 4 1 li W - - A I . . . . .. , ' . 4 .', - e f eke - ' . , 7 T , qv' I 2 -1 'n - , I. ., 1 To g YW' .e V I a a r. I , T f , - - - - , , T' I , . ,. i . , ,, H ,- , g 'L a 1 1 In ,I " ' Most Most Best Best Most Most Best Best Best Most Most Best Best Most wHo's wso IN CLASS or '48 ' Pooular Boy Pooular Glrl Boy Athlete Girl Atnlete Dlllgent WorkerKBoyJ Dilivent WorkerKG1rlJ Dressed Boy Dressed Girl Cheerleader Gentlenanly Lady like SportiBoyJ SportQG1rlJ Fr1endlyQEoyD Most FrlenclyQG1rlD Host Co operative Prettiest Ha1riBoyJ Prettiest HalriG1rll Beet Basketball Player Greatest Wit Most Likely to Succeed QQIOQ Everett Brazie JoyAnn Dasklewich Hubert Iseneker Rose Howanletz Rolan Larrivey Mildred Rubeor Paul Blankman Rose Howanietz JoyAnn Dasklewlch Paul Blfnkman Rose Howanietz Ben Brown ToyAnn Dasklewich Rolan Larrlvey Jane Hoch Mildred Rubeor, Dick Mahaffy Veronica St John Hubert Ieeneker Dick Mahaffy Paul Blankman SENIOR FOLLIES lconcludeab NAME WEAKNESS Julius Yuhasz Holler Drone Diff! SONG AMBITION Sleep Lagoon Poet I Don t Want Mechanic Him, You Can Have Him' Bob Zelgler You certainly hammer nails like Lee Fickbohm You mean I'm really fast? Bob No you seldom strike twi e in the same place ligncnln Olney Hwhat s the matter you look disgusted? Hooh I played hockey all day before I realized it was Saturday 19 - , R Robert Zeigler West Branch C79 Y Grease-monkey I . I - olan Larrlvey PROBABLY WILL BE Bachelor OHIO CLASSES Wy W oi Ill' .5 we lst Row CL, R,D Diana Fahey, Frances Linck, Eileen Dolan, Marcella Strobel, Janice Marcy,KV1ce Pres.J Jean Moltz iSec.J, Joyce Wheelock, Shlrly Graham, Jean Kerper, Miss Beeman CAdv1sorJ. 2nd Row KL. RJ Jean Kotary, Norma Olney, Joyce Miller, Marilyn Turner, Ann Jackson Joyce Hines Ulepertsri, 5rd Row CL. R.l Earl Hines, Wendell Nutt, Edward Yauger lPres.l, Carl Krueger, Henry Daskiewich, Fred Burnett, Karl Anna, Harld Wheelock. 4th Row QL. R.J Ralph DeVoe, George Munn, Patrick Kotary lTreas,l De Forest Waite, Hawley Woolschlager, Robert Hammond, Edward Anna, Joe Hess, Keith Gleasman. At the beginning of the school year, while under the direction of Mrs. Seamon, the Juniors and Seniors had a combined class party. In October the Juniors and the Freshmen journied to Vtica to spend a joyful evening at the Roller Drone. Early in December one of our well liked class mates, Maxine Elliott, left for California to live. Her place was taken by Diana Fahey. The Junior Christmas Dance was held December 23 and the next one on March 5. These two dances added money to our treasury which is ever being built up for the trip which we intend to take next year. The most important event of all was our Junior Prom held April 30. 22 E ag 7950 lst Row KL R7 Anna Mae Merriam CPres J, Grace Gagnon, Anne Sessions, Anne Munn, Char ld.: te Capron, Janis Edick, Jean Grenier, Mabel Betsinger, Marion Pfendler, Marjorie Anna 2nd Row Cheri Houghton, Mary Puskevicz, Jane Sage, Jane Jenks, Marilyn Koster, Virginia wisnievsld., Doris hcker, Anna Nelson, Norm Henry, Mrs Bjorlcman Cadvisorj 3rd Row Georgianna Howanietz, Mary Lou Marcy, Hattie Daskievich, Mary Lou Baker CTreas J Joan Leland, Barbara Wemple, Constance Zim er, Betty Williamson, Hazel Williamson Nth Row: Bruce Pfendler, william Daskiewich, Douglas Kessler KReporterJ, Karl Marsden 5th Row Harold Winters, Carl Szot fvice Pres J, Kenneth Moonan, James Regner, Leo Tucker, Robert Daniels, Robert Laux, Roy Sherwood, CSec J, James Schafer In the early part of October we had a class party which everyone enjoyed very much the record changer During November we sponsored our first dance which was a great success John Jaskie' Orchestra furnished the music and refreshments conslstinv of cider and doughnuts were ser ve On March 19 we held our 'Club 10' Nightclub Dance which featured s floor show of local talent, and the dance was a big success The entire Sophomore Class would like to extend thanks to our helpful homeroom teacha MPS BJ0!'km6n, who has helped to make our activities run so smoothly 25 O 0 2 e Members of the class furnished the refreshments and music for dancing was furnished by . . 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' 5444 7257 Row 1 CL RJ Betty Thomas, Shirley Joslln, Hope Ann Pfendler CPres D, Gertrude Larrivey, Marle Sasenbury, Marcella Boyer, Rosemary Seelman, Doris Pfendler CV1ce Pres J, Shirley Youngs Row 2 KL RJ Mr Torrens CAdvisorJ, Ruth Howard, Jane Yauger, Marian Yager, Vera Stephon, Margaret Niederpruem, Nancy Davis, Psther Rlce, Betty Stephon, Katherlne Traxel, Jean Vheelock CSec D, Mr Collins CAdvisorD Thomas O'Donnell, Charles Llnck, Ward Graham, Loren Sullivan, Robert Faillng, Mary Fey KRep J, Robert DeVoe Row H CL RJ Karl Zeigler, Clarence Rubeor, Martin Loftus, Howard Reed, Brian Breen, Gordon Abel, Frank Larrivey, Wayne Houghton At the beginning of the year the Freshmen Class elected officers The class has also had two wonderful times during this school term We took a trip to the Utica Roller Drome in October and on the way home we stopped for refresh ments Our next event took place January 10th which was our first dance this year We had the Western Swingbillies for our orchestra which drew a large crowd The dance was a great success Later in the spring we are planning to repeat the trip to the Roller Drome 24 Row 3 CL-RJ George Yager, Shirley Newman fTreas.J, Dorlald H11Ct0r1, Donald C11If1mingS, yliziigfw Row l Cl RJ William Grenier, George Wheelock, Gladys Rice, Barbara Covy, Eleanor Capron, Norma DeVoe, Shirley Fitch, Clara Hoch, Shirley Fey, Thelma Betsinger, Rosemary Dolan, Row 2 Mr Roemer, Helen Sage, Myrtle Anna, Rita Rubeor, Shirley LaQuay, Luella Hina, Frances Szew czyk, Joan Conway Josephine Pietrusky, Ann Hoffert, Margeret Hoffert, Connine Linck, Miss Dorland, Row 3 Allen Potter, Carol Ziegler, Luella Yager, Betty Secor, Elizabeth Niederpruem, Sandra Kenyon, Rita Leichty, Priscella Hammond, Lillian Hall, Jerry Buckley, Anthony Arrigo, Row H Dick Ryder, James Dolan, Robert Dragon, Donald Dav1s, Glenn Satterly, Albert Moltz, William Linck, Frank Johnson, Carl Sessions, Row 5 Willis Williamson, Lyle Mooney, Robert Jenks, Adrian Forand, James Gillen, Donald Jones, John Brown, Leonard DeVoe, Jerry Garlock, Robert Grower Row l Carol Marcy, eighth from left 1 Row l Cl RJ M Gillen, C H on, B Hines, N Fuller, G Backer, T Kotary, N Henry, R Bickford, S Binhamer, W Yager, Y Bellinger, R Tuttle, Row 2, Mr Hughes, H Holmes, G Wheelock, Mr Bailey, Row 3, A Rice, M Warren, W Coe, M Stabb, P Persons, A Walton, H Diller, A Walker, J Zim er, E Larrivey, F Sattler, F Sattler, F DeTragl1a, R Failing, S Jones, T Leaf, A Daubacu, B Schieve, R Pratt, E Nutt, W Marks, G Hutchins, O Yager 25 " ' ' ' 'N . .J A l ' ' 5 - K. 7 K 1 lr - A 5 Z . 2 X 1 yas I S, 64' all f xx , Q - 2 Q i A EJ 5 ,W , X it l X. 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Zeigler, M. Vooney: Row 2 Miss D. DEPTH, R, Stannard, R, Edwards, D. Karlin, E, Kurlsh, H, Schumann, D, Pratt, M. Yager, I. Joslin B. Yelton, H, Presta, S, R berts, B, Reed,Mrs.Dav1sg Row3 J. Roberts, W. Waite, C. Hendrix. J, Platt, H. Seamon, C. Prime, M, Greenwell, J. Petrie, G, Strobel, J. Leffingwell, A. Dasklewich, Row 4 F, G1l'en, J. Breen, B. Lambert, C, Hammond, G, Platt, R. Thomas, M, L. Hamblin, I, Weaver, M, Williamson. 96 , 1 A J . , A . , ,,, Q 2 2 L 1 A 2 f i . , 5' . - , 1 3 9 '. fly J 'f 1-l 1 ,, Q . 1 ' 3 f ' - ' '. , , ,.,, ,. , . A ff? ' ,V . . W , ,, y M. . ,N 51 B 4 , 'P I , 'fu 'w,,f 1 V Q . ,J 1 .L , L .F O A s o 1 o Q , o - , 0 , . , . . . . : . . 1 , 5 1 O C , I l , 0 , O O Q n 0 o g : A , o 5 o g Q . . , . E , . . . . : . , . . . 0, . . . , - - , . . . , . , . : . ' . . O , O I I ' O I O 0 M.-.. L.-, , - M A Q , i 5 fi Row l KL R D A Snyder M Daniels, I Sattler R Williams, L Lahah P Woodlll L Feduske B Yelton Pfendler I Hlgby, D Bryenton, S Grabowski, S Forand Row 2 Miss Iseneker, M Bickford L Stephon E Regner R Bour eols B L T k g uc er I Lelchty N Jones F Reed C owers S Wolff, E Dolan C Seymour, Miss Allen ' R w 3 L rooks F Pt ndl D S e er, chue D Conway W Presta, M Will amson J Reed D Weaver, B Kowal, C Goss A Cyr, M Conway, w 4 B Cummings, Goahn D Ernst C Sherwood A Earl, R M Kessler S Kirk, A DeVoe, A R Ernst G Kenyon P Composto K Joslin, Row 5 C Heller S Fuller R Dorn E Bartelette B Plummer C Joslin Williams H Williamson, M Garlock, EPD hh , K MIL W 1 KL C Laqu y M omas M Linck L Hoffart C Joslin, R Persons M Weeden N Bartelotte R ooney Row 2 Mrs Glouse , Sherwood: W Williamson C hayer A Gel J ice, S Kirk B Wetmore L Wheelock, S L Hines G Kline, J Coe, J Gillen, Roberts, S Olin, H C e , skopf H Thomas, P Santee, M Capron, Mrs Manning Row 3 R Dolan B Graves, T Olin B Ernst G Williams M Dombroski, T LaMarca R DeTragl1a D Roberts D Jackson, Havens L Scheve D Leffingwell R w 4 D olde R Gillette, O Moore, D Ferris, J Weaver, W, Hannum B Wetmore, E all, D Walker E Penczck 27 ccafnof ada Row 1 KL RI R Satterly S Yelton, F Kline, B Webster, J Presta M Reed R Hughes, S Warren A Pfendler, R Jackson, J Prime, W Sweeney, J Smith, Koster, Row 2 E Rice, D Stannard L Williams, R Holley, T Sherman A Mooney, W Bellinger, V Olin M Williamson Row 5 E Hayes H Evans G Blum, W rofoot, N Pfendler, B Holley, S Weaver, W Ernst G Huff, C Gompoeto M Covey, J Kent Row 4 M Betsinger, D Hungerford S Goss C Lahah C Williams H Secor J Holmes J Elgosin N Hughes, W Dorn, P herwood, F Bingham M153 Aligg Pprpy, Teacher mfxi' Row 1 IL RJ Mrs Eggleston, B Dasklewlch C Andrews, T Penczek, E Chapin S Dolan R Nellenback G Hutchins B P etrusewsky J Pultz, F Smith, J Pritchard Y Bellinger, L Woodill, G Strobel, Mrs Deminiak, ow 2 C Santee, J Grower N Brooks R Sampson, D Forte L Sherwood, S Ingersoll H A Fitch, W Laquay, S Young, P Weeden, J Dgvelgw, R Kirk Row 5 C Sweeney, G Platt, R Platt, M Williamson B Sherman, R Walton, J Capron, W Koster, R Oaster, J Graves, A Fey A Fero, J Olney, H Backer Row 4 K Pfendler, A Wright, E Pfendler F St 38818, T Brown K Kranbuhl D Greenwell V Williamson, D Danough, T Wil lame Capron 28 K A , . 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'-,, 4 -gh ' I - - I 7015 ' 1 4'-1 500.06 Row 1 CL RD M Betsinger, M Rubeor P Blankman R Allaln Row 2 H Reed B Wemole, J Gagnon B Williamson C J Hoch, Row 3 M Warren C Nugent, J Presta A Jack son E Brazie H Woolschlager, M Turner M Baker Betsinger R Dolan 9 Zeigler E Yauger J Buckley, Row 4 H Larrivey H Ryder, DeTra lia, J Garlock R Failing, J Hoch D Davis T Davis Mr Forcucci Director, S Fey Brown B Covey How 3 P ereone 2nd from left anuaf Row 1 QL R J P Pereonsk M Warren. W Williamson- C J Hochf Ro' 2 N Barllett 4'-4240-!"J'J3 x c N r G z 1 ler J Buckley Row 5 H Fey J Conway, J Presta, Bigiiiii T ggzginger. 5 gD01gnp F SZOWGQYK- E YHUSCPZ N Krill' N Henry' DeTrag1ia, Row 4 Mr Foroucci, Director. R Ryder W Presta- A grrggg' Gaz-lock. R Failing, J Hoch. T O'D0nUC11f H Holmes' 0 YHSGP' 'Of' Brown, B Covey, 5 F Y 32 4 , ' Q Q 1 o , s : , 0 , o b . ' Q , I 0 . ' I T l O ' -0 '- J ' 1 0 4' 1 ' lm ' 1 ' I ' 1 . , . - , . , . A. 5 . , . . , - , - - - . , . , . , . . - . P . . QV . , 5, gi. K I Z 5, 3 3 E Q , , , I .gag 1 V ' 3 ' Q I :L . 'wg ' . W i , I 1 , .- gl' -7 . 1 f . g' s 0 9 ' . . . ' Q Q 0 ' ' ' . I Q I v ' ' ' . . 0 0 I ' ' O Q 0 ' ' 0 . Q Q 0 e 0 Anne Jackson, accompanist Row 1 KL 'Rl S Joslin, M Anna K Traxal, M Yager, M Fey, M Sasenbury, H Pfendler, G Larrivey B Williamson B Stephen, R Stabb V Btephon, V Wisnewski B Btephon, Hr Forcucci direct Row 2 J Sattler J Yauger, C Capron J eland F Linck C Zimmer F Bronson G Batterl W Y Broason, J Melts, I DoVoe, G Yager, W' Houghton Row 5 8 raham, N, Olney, C h J N Doug ton age, V St John, M Rubeor J A Daskiewich, J Roch, H Turner T avis, R Sherwood, F Larrivey W Graham Row 4 D Fahey, D Baker S Kowa ik Davie, 2 Anna, E Brazie, n stabs, D Mahaffy H Dasmiewicn R Pugh P B nnlrm n lk 1 11 R R E S Ya er R Betsin er, S Roberts, V Krambuhl, A zeigler gowrirgha, B, B Jggieon ag xiding, T wgeeloen Row 2 D sawyeg. Q lgfgigg' gtannatd Roberts. D xarlen, R Olney, F Gilles. C Kline, E And'e'B- J 28,2 'F Laugh P Koster, new 3 J Petrie, M L Hughes. N CP111, J Blankmage dl r Smith ' R Schlnzius H Thomas, 5 G"a'e' C Nugent' H Punta' B Ben!! 3 'z M Gresnwell Mrs Szot,Row 4 H Seamon R Freeman, L- Brown C Hammond U as F he G Platt, H Cummings, Do trovel, A Red, 55 H Rauscher' 8 Y 7 Q I Q Q , I . o 0 9 g 0 3 o o , . o o Q 01" Q o . o 0 . il S . . o O, Q . 6 o 0' : S o 0. o o. 3. o 0 . o. o ' 1 ' i h o . 0 o a Q o n 0 n A X, , L is ' ' A ' , ij L, I . x A 5 G 4 skin A ' ' X.: f ' Y Ki, . ' . o 0. : 1, . . . . g I o o Q o 0 ' . . . fo . c - 0 0 i ' ' , ' . . . . 5 . o 0 7 ' MEITGC' Row 1 QL to RJ Mr Forcucci, Virginia Wisnlewski Row 2 JoyAnn Dasklewich, Marilyn Turner, Ann Jackson, Norma Olney, Dorothy Baker This year, with the addition of another music teacher on the faculty, making two, our music denartment reached new heights Many new organizations were added The Junior Chorus, comoosed of members of the 5th k 6th grades, got underway and seems like a very oromlsing dditlon A Girls Sextet which features modern music with a 'eat has made several public appearances and acclaimed a success A dance band of eight pi ces was organized. This outfit has alre dy been enthusiastically received by the whole student body and it seems that it will be a permanent organization. our Senior Band, which started off the year with sixteen members has just doubled itself and is still going higher in membershio. The same is true of the Junior Band. Both the Chorus and Band have made several public apoearances this year. We are again after many years entering our Chorus and Band in the state festival on a compet itlve basis. 54 QQ .N af w. ,- Al vw- : , s C7 a , 3 we .fs ' if iii Q 5 . - , -' 5 ' , .f . Et gjiy K ,Q .. . e , 4 ' 4 C ' .' o - , X . A , wx ,hh V NX X E -J ' o - o - . - Q . . - A , . Q , 7 5' ' Q I -- o , o a Wame Row 1 CL-RJ Mrs Shaad Helen Sage Gertrude DeVoe CV1ce Pres P Irene DeVoe CPres Jane Sage, Sec D June Leichty lRep J Hattie Daskiewlch, Georgianna Howanletz Row 2 CL-RJ Anna Nelson, Shirley Youngs, Doris Backer, Jane Jenks Barbara Stephon Rita Stabb, Marjorie Anna, Marie Sasenbury ' At our first meeting the Future Homemakers of America held an election of officers which are listed above,except Dolores Dean, Treas , who was absent Later we formally and informally initiated all girls who wished to become members Hattie Dasklewich, Alice Dasklewich, Barb ra Stephon, Marie Sasenbury Georglanna Houarletz, and Doris Backer After informal initiation a party was held in tne school Auditorium for the Home making Girls and the F F A Boys at which dancing and refreshments were enjoyed de voted to Join the State and National F H A organizations We held a Valentine Dance on February 14, and crowned Mable Betsinger and Kenneth Moonan as Queen and King of Hearts We had an enjoyable trip to Revere Brass and Copper in Rome and as plan to go to the Roller Drome in the spring 35 . I , . , , .7, I I 0 , N I I Q of our club and who filled the requirments for such. The new members are: Helen Sage, ufwze lst Row Lyle Barnesiadvlsorb, George Yager, Ralph DeVoeCReporterD Robert StabbCTreae I Duane KesslerCPres J, Douglas Davos, Martin Pfendlerlvlce Pres I Robert Devoe l8ec 2nd Row William Daskiewich, Karl Anna, Julius Yuhasz, Leo Kinel 3rd Row Carl Kreager, James Schaffer, Leo Tucker,Br1an Breen, Robert Dragon, Harold Wheelock, Bruce Pfendler The chapter ranked very high as a judging team at the Boonville Fair and also at the Vernon Fair At Vernon, Julius Yuhasz placed second, Douglas Devoe placed fourth among the hundred and fifty contestants Douglas DeVoe reoresented the Boonville Future Farmers in the 'Better Milking Contest' The Activities for the year included two dances, turkey raffle, and basketball games with Holland Patent, Whitesboro Lowville, Camden, West Leyden, and the Scouts here in Boonville, The F F A basketball team consists of all the F F A Boys with Bob Stabb manager, and Martin Pfendler Captain The Chsbter has purchased basketball uniforms for the entire squad, The F F A boys intend to send a judging team to Cornell Farm and Home Week at Cor nell University during April for a week The boys also intend to spend a weekend at the Oswegatchie Camp, which is the state F F A camp at Long Lake, N Y during the summer months 36 : , . , O I , O at the Vernon Fair and received first prize for washing and caring for Milklng Equipment Row 1 CL-RD Shirley Graham, Marcella Strobel, Veronica St John f3ec 5, Richard Mahaffy KPres J Mildred Rubeor Kvice Pres J Jan1ceMarcv fTreas J Jean Kerper, Marilyn Koster Jean Grenier Row 2 Norma Henry, Eileen Dolan, Earl Hines, William Pohoresky Barbara Stephon, Weldon Joslin, Emil Pruckno, Jane Hoch Row 5 Byrle Yager, Henry Daskiewich, Raymond Pugh, Norman Capron Robert Ziegler Joseph Hess Fred Burnett On Friday the nineteenth of September the old members of the Commercial Club had qualified to Join from the tenth year and up Ten members joined Whlcf makes a total of twenty six We sold ice cream at the basketball games at home Fred Burnett resigned as treasurer and Janice Marcy was elected to take his place Ae you know, rs Vicks, our advisor, left To show our appreciation for all that she did for us we got her a pen and pencil set and it was delivered to her by some of the members he were happy to uelcome Misa Adree Clark, our new Comm rcial teacher This year the Club paid for all the students who entered the Nation wide contests in Bookkeeping II Shorthand and typing Also, we put on a contest in the typing classes for speed The fastest typists received pine. 37 o 0 0 'I Y ' 'Q .. 'I ' I 5 . I I I o , H a meeting to elect officers. For new members, only commercial major students were s A A4 ' o o 1 C 'I U e o , V D . 1644 lst Row KL R J Veronica St John, Barbara.Wemple, Dorothy Baker, Joe Hess ISport Editor! Joy Ann Dasklewioh CNews Edltorl, Paul Blankman CEd1tor7 Mildred Ruboor KBus Man J Rose Howanietz, Mary Lou Baker, Janice Marcy KTypist , Jean Moltz 2nd Row KL R I Norma Henry, Joanne Sattler, Jane Hoch, Mabel Betsinger, Sophie Kowalik Joyce Miller, Maryln Turner, Jean Kotary, Anne Mae Merriam, Joyce Wheelock iTyp1stl Douglas DeVoe, Bob Btabb, Holan Larrivey, Roy Sherwood, Fred Burnett, Dianne Fahey, Joyce Hines Mr Roemer lAdv1sorJ The H1 Lites has undergone many innovations during the past year A contest was held to select a new name for the school paper and it was finally decided to use nBoonv1lle Clarion since it represented the initials of the school During the first term we produced three issues of the paper in its mimeographed form Beginning witn the February issue the paper changed its identity completely It is now a four page news paper printed monthly at the Willard Press in Boonville Unfortunately it was necessary to eliminate the art editor and her staff in this type of publication but we wish to thank them for their splendid work in the mimeographed issues All the above who do not already have their positions mentioned are reporters who work hard to make the paper a success 38 . ., S . 5rd How CL.-R.7 Anne Jackson, Virginia Wlsniewskl, Connie Zimmer, Norma Olney, ll 1' "' lst Row CL R J Jane Yauger, Marjorie Anna, Marian Yager, Anna Mae Nerriam iSec J Marvlin Turner CV1ce Pres 7 Havley oolscrlager CPres J Paul Blarkman, Norma Olney QTreas D Margret Niederprum CRenorterD, Hone Ann Pfendler, Helen Sage, 2nd Row lL R J Katherine mraxel, Joyce Hines, Virginia Nisniewski, Joan Leland Jane Jenks, Mary Fey, Mary Sasenbury, Gertrude Larrivev, Bettv Nilllamson, Nancy Davis, Connie Zimmer, Frances Linck, June Leichty Bob DeVoe, Mable Betsinger Mr Hughes CAdv1sorD 5rd Row CL R I June Gagnon, Mary Lou Marcy Mary Lou Baker, Carl Szot, Clarence Rubeor, Pat Kotary, Ed Yauger, Barbara Wemple Joyce Miller, Joy Ann Daskiewich, Jean Kotarv, Rose Howanietz, Karl Marsden George Yager 4th Row QL R J Larren Sul ivan, Ben Brown, Tucker Davis, Ed Anna Norman Capron Ray Pugh, Hoy Sherwood, Bob Laux, Frank Larrivey, Douglas KeSSler H3300 Houghton The Club consists of students in Qtr grade science, Biology nd Chemistry On a brignt Saturday in the latter part of October members journied to Gomer H111 where they viewed the far stretching country side from thinighegt peak in Lewis County Or Noverber seventh our President, Vice President, Secretary, and Reporter attended with r Hugres a meeting of several Science Clubs at Herkimer to start a Science Congre s whick will be held there on March Sth January lo saw some of us again start out on a trip, tris time to Lyons Falls where the Continental Can Factory was investigated December 22 we held a Christmas Party at noon and during the 5th period in the Library. Dancing and a novel nvaudeville actu by Dick Brow, Tucker Davis, Hawley Woolschlager, Ed Anna and Mr. Hughes, was enjoyed by all. 59 Row l CL RJ Paul Blankman, Dick Brow, Fred Burnett, Harold Wheelock, Ehnil Pruckno Row 2 Ray Pugh, Marcella Strobel, Ann Jackson, Norma Olney CSec 8: Treas I Joy Ann Daskiewich, Norma Henry, Joe Hess Row 3 Lee Fickbohm, Henry Daskiewich fPres J, Donald Davis, Edward Anna, Everett Brazie, Rolan Larrivey, Ben Brown, Truxton Davis, Dick Mahaffy, Byrle Yauger, Coach Morgan On Sept 17, 19'-+7 the first meeting of the newly formed Varsity Club was held At the beginning of the year magazine subscriptions were sold and the money from this went for the purchase of an electric scoreboard During the year we sold candy each noon hour The money we received was used to buy all Varsity players and cheerleaders official school sweaters Our sweaters are green md button down the front with white on the pockets and six inch letters, green with a white background 40 SENIOR PLAV Row 1 CL RJ Jane Hoch, Dorothy Baker, Joy Daskiewich, Veronica St John, Sophie Kowalik, Rose Howanietz, Caryl Satterly, Mildred Rubeor, Mrs Bjorxman Row 2, Raymond Pugh, Rolan Larrivey, Everett Brazie, Ben Brown, Paul Blankman, Leigh Freeman Jr -I LITTLE THEATRE CONTEST PLAY T Betsinger, A Merriam, M Betsinger, R Larrivey, D Baker, Mr Bjorkman, A Jackson, P Blankman ATHLETICS Row 1 QL-Rl Harold Wheelock, Joe Hess Rolan Larrivey, Fred Burnett, Hubert Iseneker Byrle Yauger, Dick Brow Row 2 KL R J Coach Morgan, Frank Larrivey, Clarence Rubeor, James Regner, Raymond Pugh, Everett Brazie, Dick Mahaffy,Kenneth Monnan, Charles Llnck, Martin Loftus, Henry Daekiewich Qhanagerl Our soccer team under the direction of Coach Morgan had a very successful season winning all of its five league games Fred Burnett was elected captain and proved very capable of handling his Job The starting lineup was as follows Fred Burnett, Center Mahaffy, Right Half Back Rolan Larrivey, Fullback Everett Brazle, Goalie The team was managed by Hank Daskiewick The games were as follows Boonville Port Leyden Boonville Glenfleld Boonville West Leyden Boonville Remsen Boonville Constablevllle 44 , , , Hubert Isenekerg Left Wing, Joe Hess, Right Wing, Byrle Yauger, Left Half Backg Dick 1 D ' 5 2 2 l 2 0 l O 4 2 gcwkeficzdf Due to an injury ridden squad the Boonville Central basketball team had a rather mediocre season, Coach Morgan's boys gave a good account of themselves by outacoring their opp nenta by 10 points New material for nextyear'asouad was given good train ing and was prepared to take over the places of the graduating players The games were as follows Boonville Holland Patent Oriakany Herkimer Carthage Camden Old Forge Oriskany Carthage West Canada Herkimer Camden Old Forge Holland Patent Lowville West Canada H1 h scorer for the year was Everett Brazie with 1o6 points, he was followed oy Hubert seneker with 158 lst Row KL-R7 Patrick Kotary, Jos Hess, Hubert Iaeneker Dick Brow QCapta1nJ, Henry Daakiewich, Emil Pruckno 2nd Row KL-R7 Raymond Pugh Robert Hammond, Ben Brown, Everett Brazle, Rolan Larrivey Kennth Moonan, Fred Burnett, Coach Morgan 45 47 54 ' ' 47 45 ' ' 55 34 N W 34 59 N ' 41 58 ' ' 44 29 ' U 39 45 ' ' 18 Lowvllle 20 ' ' 31 24 ' ' 48 29 ' ' 49 50 ' ' 44 29 ' ' 25 24 ' ' 25 47 ' ' 21 50 ' ' 25 47 ' I Wana? The Boonville J V team, under the coaching of Mr Hughes, had a successful season winning nine and losing seven Throughout the season the only team able to turn back the J V s twice was the powerful Herkim r five This was compensated for when we downed Lowvllle, our traditional enemy, twice Scores in the games were as follows Boonville Holland Patent Oriskany Herkimer Carthage Camden Old Forge Lowville Carthage west Canada Herkimer Camden Old Forge Holland Patent Lowville West Canada Leo Tucker was high scorer for the season with 55 points followed closely by Fred Burnett, who had 50po1nte lst Row QL-R5 George Yager, Harold Wheelock, Harold winters, Carl Zelgler, Frank Larrlvey, Douglas Kessler, 2nd Row CL-Rl Coach Morgan, Gordan Abel, Donald Davie, Leo Tucker, Julius Yuhasz, Hawley Woolschlager, Martin Loftus Coach Hughes 46 e 0 e 0' O A O 5 40 27 U M 20 16 ' N 18 37 H ' 21 27 ' N 25 19 n n ll 13 ' ' 26 Oriskany 31 U n 15 15 H U 27 25 " " :sz " es n N 17 ' 31 " H 20 27 N ' 24 6 " ' 25 50 ' H 22 15 n N 34 22 I U Y l gcwedczfl' The baseball team under Coach Morgan had a good season winning 2, losing 2 and tying 1 The outstanding game of the year was against Lowville at Boonville which ended in a thrilling 6 to 6 tie as darkness was setting in We wish Coach Morgan s successful season in the coming basketball season The scores of the games are as follows Boonville 5 Lowville 6 Glentleld 7 Herkimer 5 Old Forge 5 Lowville 6 lst Row CL-RD Paul Blanknan, Edward Anna, Hubert Iseneker, Joe Hess, Henry D8Sk1CV10h, f 2nd Row KL-RJ Martin Loftus, Raymond Pugh, Robert Hammond, Rolsn Larrlvey, Donald Davis, tusxer Davis, Coach Morgan. 47 Mrs Manning, Marcella Strobel, Norma Henry, An Jacnsor, Joy Daskiewich, Norma Olney lut- Jean Kotary Faye Bronson, Dorothy Baker, 30P1'15-0 K0"a3-ik: Joyce Miller' Jane HUGH U Mrs Manning, Veronica St John 48 T .A. -A A '1 X ' t 4 K, V ,,, K I 7 "L 5, ' If M191 ki .?,:,f..4. vw '51 355 K K , F4 ' A : . . 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