Candor Central High School - Candorama Yearbook (Candor, NY)

 - Class of 1944

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4 - 5-6 FEE? lst row QL. to RJB. Sullivan, F. Bebel, M. Foote, J. Dominic, L. 2nd rowgR. Vergason, R. Williams, V. Quick, E. Ver-gason, Mine Howard, B. Anderson, C. Haag, M, Hu rd . Std rw: L. Kravric, J. Kaidon, G. Thomas, J. Murphy , H. Manning, Benjamin, K. Hull, E. Barden, W. secrecy-ie, H. Scharf, R. Kirk, D. J ohns on . 4th row: C. Hart, H. Quick, D. Benjamin, E. Thomas, B. Brewer, B. Blinn, E. Doty, K. Hearn, A.5gk "': murphy, K. Frost, H. Fm., L. Hurd. Absent, John Shaylor. 5th Grade QL. to RJ H. Wolfe, J. L. Ferris, D. Fessen- D. Fessenden. a- Y. Dominic, J. Bastian, Mrs.Gr1d1ey, B. Bar- B Manley, O. Rushana, C. M. Foote, E. Hurd, C. C. White W. Robinson Logge, R. Ki:-k,'L. Jordan. , 1 G. Inonard, H. Anders-on, , L.Niokereon, R.Kenvi1le, L.Kermedy,, B. Shaylor, Manley, D. Moshier. . 2 . 4 , ' Q H XM. M.. . , f f X R- fl 6th Gra de Ist row CL. to RJ K. Hyde, B. ,'-' 7 Rutledge, H. Farris, B. Stem, F. Root, W. Quick, R. Lovejoy, J. Oltz, A. Bebel. 2nd row: B. Andrews, I.Ve1-gason, M. Lewis, K. Snyder, C. Winnick, , Miss Widrig, M.Barrows, J. '!y1er, M. Benjamin, B. Anderson, P.Whit- ney . . 5rd row: J. O'Connor, C. loft, R. Parker, A. Schonemen, J.lloore, z., D. Hollenbeck, P.Wi1der, D.Soule, Z. Jenovreki, C, Ben.-jgmin, 4th row: C. Ferris, B. Manning, T. Earwardt, N. Seeley, H. South- vriek, R. Anderson, B. Inueri, R., lhcoogneno, R.Lovejoy, J. llichel- ski. Absent: W. Klinger. A Nm. 5 W. Sl .

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There were ten Fr-shmen Girls in Sept under the direction of Miss Ogden in the Science room. Shirley Stevens and Rene Austin joined the class from Brooktondale Laura Moore moved ln Nov. and Jetty Hoyt, from Uwego, joined the group. At midterm Katherine Rice Georgia Andrews and D6fO3 thy Knight entered from the eighth grade after passing preliminary requirements The Freshmen boys in Miss Stah1's homeroom the language room numbered elev en in the fall. Rooert Johnson and Niles English entered from Urooktondalc. Leon Kennedy. entered early in September from Newark Valley, 'followed by Oscar Huffman from Ohio in December. Oscar left the class ln march to ,return home. bale Kel sey, Walter McHale, dill Staubach, and Ev- erett Vergason entered the ranks after midterm- The Freshmen have IOOZ member- ship in the Students' Association and in Hello, recognize us? Yes, we're the? work behind us E There are 27 enrolled in our class Q new that Ruth some and Paul Jantz have lf left Instead of the old study hall forma our home room, we are back in the old elbhth grade room next to the new 1ibrary'e under the supervision of hiss Grippln f The following are our class officers,Qf -.zu Pres. Edward Winnick, Vice pres. Edward Osovski, Sec. Helen Anderson, Trees. Joyce H whi tney , -fi ii -: Our class shows a fine school spirit S because of its memberships in the extra- curricular activities. There are three on Q on the varsity, seven in orchestra, ten in 'f'2'2 5 glee club, some in homemaking club and the F'.F'.A. and we have IOO'jZ membership in the X ' ::g:Q.:g:g,3:,:,x, 2 ::g::g:::::,5:5ax:::::5k:i:5:5g5s::s:1::1 f'-f:-:.rrs:5:2-r:a1Ess2:r:r:1:2:25:r:'seak1-ar:zr:1:fS:5:E5ss:f:Er:rs:f:rf.:ref X ,:,.:.:.,.+5:. ,,,5:5,,,,,:5:,-1:g:j II.:':,:,:5:g1:,51 3::5,:- ::.,1 :,:,:,,:---,:-:-4--,-,gin -s--z:,:5,w,e:,-v- :--,:,.,:- :,,:::g-:- :,:,-1-.1-13:-sf-es -1-J..-: ::::--4-1,V--:-as:r-r-'-:-1--:R-:-:-:-1 -.avr-::ez-2:-1:,r:E1: :1:.-::'f:gr--:M , , A 4 X , if 6 I I gs i 9 1 ' gg 3 - . . . , . 2 I I the Junior Red Cross. 1430 Y Q Q1 - Students' Association. Freshmen Ist row CL. to RJ D. Manning, G. F65-aTtT, J.ove1-bough, Miss Stahl, lies Odgen, I. homes, S. Sindn, R. Austin. 2nd rain C. Bauer, F. Bruolmak,P. TEST. Anderson, D. Barrows, L. Kennedy, K. Rice, S. Stevens. 3rd rowg W. Mcflale, R. Johnson, Irdxin, N. English, 0. Huffman, N. Sullivan, W. Staubaoh, E. Ver- gason, F. Estelle. 4th row: E. Quick, B. Hoyt, G. ix-ers, D. Kelsey, R.Ho1lenbeek, B. Ferris. x XK4, x-4 5 Sophomore Ist row KL. to RJ E. lphr, lisa Gfpg, D.Wil11ame, S. Polyniak, E. Lovejoy, S. Knldon, T. Trevor, E. Johnson, J. Whitney. 2nd row: A. Skrzypek, P.Lindsey,- H'TAKd?z-son, E. Dance, J. Donoo, E. Ylngenedor, H. Compton, A. Cur- tislr, A. su-nt. 5rd row: E. Craig, L. Baehynski, '5TYTnE1ck, J. Jennings, J. Jon- ninga, H. Nielsen, C. Smith, E. Osovski, E. Winniok. K fggggfw, . -fifjaff of ,A 1 K ,Iggy xy, ,,jftfgmgLg,,, , 12, ,, " so me as if 7t5s??f , f.i..,J.,fp W - ,, X my gd, ,. .,. yt, ,yur ,gg,z.f':. ersess,menfsf woereeeetwlgvef freshmen class of last year, but sqdzmoreswe now with a year's credit of high school the junior varsity basketball team, four

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