Cattaraugus High School - Caravan Yearbook (Cattaraugus, NY)

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Q - 0 . u o FACULTY Charles W Whlte, Otterbeln College Prlnclpal Sldney M Frost, Allegheny College Assistant Prmcxpal, Scxence M1ss Alxce Lattln, Cornell Lxbrarlan, French and Engllsh 4 Mrs N O Tarbox, Buffalo State Teachers College Mathematlcs Mrs Robert Vmxng, Keuka College Engllsh M1ss Mary Tarbox, Umverslty of Buffalo Hlstorv MISS Inez Manor, Elmlra College Latm Mrs Merle Rooker, Crane Normal Instxtute of MUSIC Muslc and Drawmg M1ss Amel1a Agle Buffalo State Teachers College Homemakmg Edwm E Gale, Cortland Normal Pny S1031 Educatlon Mxss Paulme Sulllvan, Fredoma Normal Elghth Grade M1ss Lena Keeler, Fredoma Normal-Seventh Grade Mrs Irvmg Mosher, Sub acedemxc Cert1f1cate Slxth Grade Mass Margaret Joy Fredoma Normal Flfth Grade M1ss Helen Hoag, Fredoma Normal Foulth Grade M1ss Ollve Brown, First Grade Certlflcate Tlnrd Grade M1ss Ahce Pealsall, Lockhaven State Teachers College Second Grade Mrs Ruth Rich Holbrook, Fxrst Grade Certlflcate F1rst Grade M1ss Evelyn Dunlaxy, Cleveland Western Res rve Klndergarten . . . - . . . . . . . . . , . , . . . . 1 . . . . ., -' . . . . , . , V - . . . . -1' . 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Along what hnes are your mterests and 3.blllt19S7 Ane you plannmg a college educat1on" Then hlgh school studles should lead to the col lege of your choxce If your mterests are along mechan1cal l1n s hen sclence mathematxcs and agrxculture should appeal to you lf ln busl ness then commercxal subyects should be taken In followlng the lme ln whlch you are mterested do not on erlook the preparatlon necessary for entrance to coll ge techmcal school or commercxal tralmng xnstltutlon Complete traxmng for posxtlons of responsxbllxty m hfe IS demand ed today Students must speclallze exther ln hlgh school or later lll hlgher educatlonal mstltutlons The nevs departments of AGRICUL TURE and COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS make It posslble for the young people of th1s community to secure this speclal tramlng here ln Cat taraugus Capable lnstructors have been secured Arrangements are rapxdly belng perfected to have these departments fully equlpped at the opemng of the fall term In addltlon to the lnformatlon gwen school orgamzatlon and mformatlon 1n regard to all Sp6C13l depart ments THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Agrxculture IS the most lmportant lndustry ln thlS commumty trammg ln preparatlon for th1s lndustry IS of prlme lmportance Awakemng to thas fact Cattaraugus IS addlng th1s department to t hlgh school The Board of Educatlon has dlscard d half way measures They are now makxng arrangements for complete equlpment of this department wlth all necessary tools work benches cupboards and power machm ry There wxll be tools for woodworklng black Smlthlhq plpe flttmg tlnnlng harness repair etc Mllk testers saws and grmders w1ll be run by electrlc motors Benches wxll b equnp ped wlth lron and woodworkmg vlses Well arranged cupboards xull hold the many tools need d ln th1s department A separate room wnll be used for class work but so arranged as to be most convenlent to the shop 3. 8. 5. 3. 3. 3: I l zo E. 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IG are manv and var ed opportunlt es besldes the ones mentloned It IS a rlch fleld Wlth r wards ln serxlce rendered ln a good llVlDg and lll leadersfllp ln the greatest lndustrv lll the Unlted St ltes SUCCESS IS SURE TO COME TO THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER THE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMEN'll Ther IS somethlng vltal about buslne s Whlch appeals to young people It lsnt merely the monetary returns It IS a game whlch they llke to play, falrly but wlth all thelr energy Students ln Cattaraugus Hlgh vslll haxe an opportunlty to prepare for thls fasclnatlng fleld Quest ons WhlCh naturallv arlse ln reference to th new COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT are What IS the purpose of tals departm nt? What sublects are golng to be taught? VVho may take up thls lllle of educatlonl To xx hat wlll the completlon of courses offered lead IH later 11f67 In answer to the e questlons let us flrst conslder the cours s to oe taught ln thls department One of the most lmportant of these sub lects IS Bookkeeplng whlch COHS1StS of two parts coverlllg two years of work The alms are To dex elop IH puplls a clear understandlng of assets llabllltles capltal proflt and loss that taev may analyze busl ness sltuatlons correctly To teacn DUDIIS the art of k eplng svs tematlc records of buslness tllat IS the constructlon classlflcatlon and lnterpr tatlon of accounts To teach the purpose and use of st lllcl ard bookkeeplng forms and labor S3X1llg expedlents To teach the purpose us form and colltent of buslness papers lll common use To teach buslness orgalllvatloll and buslness procedure X 1 ..g..'..'..'..'..',.'..'..g..g..g. , g..g..g.....g..'..g..,.. .. .. .,..g..:,.'..., :..-,.:..:.,- :,,-,,:,,:,,-,,-,,.,,.,,.,,:,,:,,.,. nz, .,.N.,,.,,.,,:,,:,,.,,.,,.,,.,,.,4.4,,:.,:,,:,,:,,:,,:N:,,:.,:M: 0.0 4 iz! 2 .te .Q . 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The C0111 ses offered next year w1ll entltle a stud nt, who has completed m an approved manner the work prescrlbed to a commercial dlploma A jumor would be able to take subjects whlch would entltle hlm to xt A sophomore would haxe an even better chance to earn thls dlploma However, the greatest number ln school wlll not take the courses with 11 .e ldea of earnlng a commercxal d ploma but as el ctlves to ward a regular academlc dlploma Stud nts who are ambltlous, ln terested 1n th1s fleld, and w1ll1ng to work may take up the courses They should keep m mmd what th y plan to do after completmg hxgh school as certaln subj cts are requlred for englnfeerlng entrance to normal or entrance to regular colleg courses If they are mterested ln enterlng a school of buslness admlnlstratlon connected with som. college such as the Umv rslty of Buffalo the commerclal dxploma xvxll admlt them, provlded they have the other subjects requlred Students thvs d partment cannot fall to appeal to you Grad uates you may now return to C H S wlth the assurance that there w1ll be sometfnng worth whlle for you .E..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:.q..,..:.o:..:n:..'..'..'..'..:..:..:..'..:..'..:,.'..'.ojnkojoojnj..'wjn'..:n:.of..'..:..'..:..:,,:,,: :..v,,',,:,,:,,:,,',,:,,:, ,:,,:,.:.,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,, . . .:. 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GRADUATION ACTIVITIES C3'Ct'1I"tl10'l1'i Hmh qnhool C'ltt313.L1g'LlQ IN X CIASS OI' 101 smnw Q oo I NI BLXLC'-XI AUM ATI bFR'vIf'T xnxx 81 CIASQ N11 H1 TU Hmm 900 A M CRADE PURCNS WI DNINDAY 8111 NI QQMML NQPNU 'Nfl THURSDAY 1 00 P NI AI UMM BXNIQUI F BACC-XLAURI' ATE QFRVIFF 'XI E Chmch Q O0 P WI Sunday Evenmg X115 Ruth Rxch Holblook Oxgamst ORG-KN PREILDT' SELECTFD HYNIN PRAYER RPN A J TAX LOL RFSPOINSE ANTHI' NI Ime Dnme ARR FRONI LUT SCRIPTUPD RFADIYG Matthew 20 17 0 R V A T Sz-U I F ANTHFNI Qc nd Out Thx light C OUXIOD QI' RNION The Spuxt of QUQCI S REV VV P SHI HYNIN BILNFDIQTIONI RPV CONIRAD PM HMANX POSTI UDF SFIPCII D CI -XSS NICHT PPOCRAM H1 h School XLldlt01lllIT1 8 1 1 Momlav Pwenlng 'NIL 910 Sdectnoni FIT7f I R-XI D S ORC HP STR X SONC X tu glillltlflll B uc D muhn Ktl Illw puku SPIFITIOIN FTTIKIRAI DS OR! HPSTI X IROI OC IW TO ACT I FISH' C IIASON A T 1 THI l T Tf -XCT I SIP KIPASON AFT II PHI CI ASS WIII LP SPONSI OP THF IUNIOT Q TOSP T H TAWI OT PRESENTATION OF f IIT TO THF QC IIOOL HOW ARD PCY1 TTI MLSIC MUSIC YITIK FR XI D S ORC HFSTR X IROLOFUF T0 ACT III BLQIF' GIE-XSON AFT III THE FL FLRI CI -XQQ QONG C I -XSS 'Y FLL NILSIF FIT7CFR-XI D S OR' HhS'1I X FOI TIETH -XXXL AL CONINIENC LNIFNT IROGP -XXI H1 h School -Xud torlum Wulnesclqx Pvenmg, is lm I M IPOCF9 ION -XI IXVOF-XTTON REV CONRAD I M HNI XXX SALLT-XTOPY -XDDRI SS Facta non vmbd RATHFRINF IINIC OI X XDDRTSQ Thg Nleanmg of Xouth DR L H BP PLLR CROVI' CITE COLT ELI UUQIC V-XLFDICTOPH ADDRI KS -Xi NVQ Do It 'Nou ILI If-XBE TH RLQSP II IRESPXTHXTION OF HIC II QCHOOL AVN XPDS IIINCII -XI C W XY HIT! PI V AI BP RT NIARRIO I"1 IPI QI NT-XTION OF -XXII Rlf AN II C ION AW XRDS Comm'mclcn IIHIC H IICKUI 'XILNIL AVS -XPDIXC UP DIIIONI-Xb f V RVN xr 1 n o 0 1 'XII NH so 0 " . I Q X '. I. 2 'Q . 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Babcock 2 GRADES Five dollars - First Prize Three dollars Second Prlze One dollar Third Pr17e 'lo each of Grades 4 to 8 PASIS OF AVVAPD Scholaiship 20 points, Individual Improvement 20 points School Spuit Honor 20 points, Couitesy 20 points Citmenship 20 points AMI RICANI LEGION BRONAE MPDAI S TO EIGHTH GR ADF BASIS OF AWARD Honor Courage Scnolaiship Leadership Sen ice HIGH SFIIOOL Senior Scholarship Prizes First Ten Dollars Second, Fne Dollais Senior Activity Prizes Fach PIVQ Dollars Senior Essay Prize Ten Dollars School Scholarship Prmes Ten Dollars Flxe Dollars Public Speaking P111es To Girl hue Dollais 'lo Box Ifive Dollals . -, .j. . . . . . . O 4 A S. . . 3 W . .x. I .:. .x. .,. .Z. 5. 0.1 2 . . 3 J u .'. eg. .:. u . . . . , .x. , , .:. 3. . .z. , .x. I O O ' 3 . 3. . ' n o n I I . .:. ... .i. . t. .x. 3. 3. L . ... .x. .t. ... Q? 0.0 'W I 4 4, J A A A . . 3 .if . . 3 . 4 .t. . 2. .:. . . 3 .:. 3. .:. .:. , 1 . 1 V 3, I 1 ., I ., oi. 3. K. Oz' -,1 Y 7 .:. Y 3. 3. X .:. 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PAGE NINE iT..a SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Wendell Scnoll Vlce Presldent Ol1V6 Demmon Secretary Alberta Mlller Treasurer Bernard G00d11Ch Class Colors Green and Whlt9 Class Motto Facta non verb COMMENCEMENT OFFICERS Valedxctorlan Elizabeth Russell Salutatol lan Katherme Llncoln SENIOR CLASS Florence Armltage Helen Butterfleld Howard Clark Ulxve Demmon Mae Dermont hls1e Gleason Lxzetta Gold Bernard Goodrlch Katherlne Goodrlch Maude Greene Belle Hart Wlllard Houghton Norman Klens Al1ce Lamg Mamle Lamg Arclme Llht Q 0-...funcevo.Qoyoeoeooesaqoyoooeao -Q... u.n'.o.u n'-of...-.n.u ...fun 0.34.0 naofonu nun.u.n..o,no-nanny. n.n.u.Q 40" . Katherme Llncoln Herbert Meyer Lllllan Meyer Alberta M1ller Alnce M1ller - lxatherme Pohto - Marle Polxto Howard Potter - Dorothy Pr1tchard - Ehzabeth Russell Wendell Scholl Elsxe Slpe Eleanor Vaughan Unester Wagner ' Oscar Wa1te ' Helen Young ' . . . . 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Dear 1931 ' Here comes the tlme to push anoth r fledgllng out of the nest And always when that tlme comes what a lot of chattermg from the older blrds who are mter sted 1n the venture How much coaxmg and scoldlng encouraglng and, flnally pushlng before the new wlngs fmd thelr strength and know tne1r poss1b1l1ty So l1ttle new st fledghng of C H S how blg the world looks from your l1ttle nest and what fun It seems to thmk of golng ' on your n wlth no narrowlng rules and regulatxons and thou shalt nots, but freedom of the blue How flne, aft r the flrst awful trepldatlon, to drop down to the ground, then to soar to the clouds Wlth the "w1ld Joy of llvmg And I hope you get much of It for to have m1SS6d th yoy IS to have mlssed all Perhaps you can concexve of C H S as a n1ce blrd mother, warn 1ng you ln thls wlse Now rememb r the danger to l1ttle birds who cant fly much IS on the ground Tho lt IS so natural to want to stay there, and too much l1ke work to rlse and fly away lI1t0 the blue But up there IS all the satlsfactlon of bxrd nature You n ver saw a b1rd who staldl forever on the ground who wasnt elther malmed or unnhappy It IS when gomg up that the Skylark pours forth h1S al most unutterabl yoy So you w1ll be happ1est when you are usmg your wlngs WOU1 mlnd your lmaglnatlon, your love of beauty ln quest of hlgher and hlgher poss1b1l1t1es And yet don t get too far off 111 your fl1ght to return for rest and food to the earth and th nest 1n the tree It s a symbol wlth real S1gI1lfIC3I1C6 that the blrd makes h1S home near enough the ground to keep IH toucn wlth the sources of str rgth yet h1gh enough to aVO1d danger and to feel the constant urge upward So l1ttle 1931 you ye been a y ry good nestllng Now try your W1llgS and success to your venture' Allce Lattm JUNIOR SENIOR PROM An mterestmg mnovatlon was made when the SQIIIOFS and Hlgh May 29 A s1x thlrty dmner was glven m the audltorlum serv d by th glrls of Home Economlcs I and II The audltorlum was gally dec orfxted II' green and whlte IH tr1b1,t to th Sen1ors of 31, and the tables were beaut1f1ed wlth flowers Joseph T-xylor the Junlor Class Pr sldent, gave the toast to the Semors followed by a toast to the Jun1ors from Wendell Scholl the Senlor Class Presldent Followmg me dmner short sp eches were gn en by Mr Wlnte IWISS Lattm Semor Class Advlser and Mlss Afrle JUIIIOI' Class Adylsor From nme unt1l twelye muslc for danclng was furnlshed by Chff Dawson s Rhythm K1HgS Ex eryone enyoyed a wonderful tlme and the Senlors and Faculty express thelr thanks to the Jun1ors It IS hoped by everyone especlal lv the Jun1ors that th1s custom w1ll be retamed, at least untll tfter next year Alberta 'VI1ller . D , V . 00 Y . ! ' ' D .f. L U . 'Q' . 3 . . ' . . . .. - . 0x0 Q. . . , gf , 9. . . ., ' .E. - . . . . , .3. , 77 ' ' ' ll 19 3' ow , , I .!. l H D . . . ta. - V J n .i. 'S' ' ' ' 79 ' U - .3. . , - 3. 0 ' ' ' rx 0:0 V Q ! ' ' "0 o i Q Zz: . . . i . . r . ' 03' . , . .. 0:0 CK ' ' I .f. , Q , ,2, . 4 . . .. , yi' . . . ,, O0 . .f. 030 . Q 'Sv . . v , . . .. 3, . . . 0:0 I - 'i' A . . . . 'Z' 1 V 1 . u n L u 080 Y ' ' 0,0 . ' " . , . . . . , Q? ,, , .2. n u , v ' ' .f. , Q I . 'r- e . ' Q? .:. I . . . 1 D . . Y 1. V A , .3 - uzc l I fo ' 1 ro Q , l , V o . , . 0.0 4 1 0:0 3 .5 .. .f. 00 oi. .:. , .. .E. K . School Facult were feted b the Jun1ors at a rom Frlda evenm X 7 7 . . . . . . . Q Y ,', I . ' , V . Q' 9 . . . . . . - .O a n n 4 Q fx. v fx a , x . . . , c V 1? . . . .i. no ' ' V ,:, . , . e. 00 ' I ox. K' 7 , ' ':' 1 . . , 9 9,1 1 a n n 1 U ' .:. ' . , I , . , D , .S ' ' K - 7 . . , . 2 Q .:. 'E' 7 . 1 ' J, . . . 1 - .f. Q v C . 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What fllendehlps It hae helped ue to makc P lhlll of what we haxe enlox ed lll common exen lf we hal en t tlkell ll lxe palt IH evelytlllng baQeb'lll,bafketbftll QOCCGI tennls oul clubs Qlaq OISIFHIIIPIIOITQ band, Qchool papel, Q we aa our 10Q,'lllcll QL , flctlwltlee We can onlx look at oul Qchool daw ae bClll0 vs ell spent, and oul Qehool as one of YVIIICII we may xx ell be PIOLILI lrVe owe our gratltude for what th1Q Qchool had offered 9001211 aetlxltlee and lfiflllllllil' to oul Facultx and Ro trd ot Edlleatlon who we now we haxe alu ays worked for our ITIDDIIICQQ We V k them Quecew ln thelr QUICIRHCQ of our Qchool IH the Comlllv xeare T the Qtudent bodx we extend our slncere frlendshlp and wlsll that then wlll CV01 make oul C H S 9 Qehool ot xl olthy ldealq 't llttle HCIXICQ, llke a wwe old gentleman that Sclld, I llkee to elm xnllllngly, ven I glwes xnllllnglx, It enloys me so mum I qu eq It 211111111 YVell th It Q the w av the SDHIOFS feel We know that we haxe lnaw OIIOIQ and plelltx of them but we ulsh to paw on what we ha e lealned bv expellenee That IS don t he p,fa7lngf xt the lTlOL1Hl.fllll and the IIVPI lll the dlstance, Qaxlnef, How ah lll I ex QI get ox CI them? When xou come tothe HT lllllf lln and the 11X Cl, xoll xxlll Loma to the llght and Qtlellgth th It belongs to them W endell Scholl M Float Name thlee men COllY'1'LILflNX1tl'l he XXVI 1111 The dexll md tvwo ot hw anffels Mm Vlll1llQ' fCOTlQILlCt1llg' xoelbulalw dll J 'N l XOIC 0lTI11 1 ln tlon meanlllq ffood adxlce O1 Qounael ICDICSDIIIQ vsh Lt fl ple llllil elleo exels Sundax nlolnllle'?" AICIIIIE Hou ald C-Xftel lollq Qelloua thouehtj P16'V3I1Cdtl0ll Lleanol Boardman Baseanlo offered to QTINC hls ul Q dl l belollglnffe to get AHIOHIO released Elalne D. lmollt Phoebe xx ae a sxlll of sexenteen sunlm wlth sllolt CUIIV hdll and eves 4 ts',f...'.-3' " x vs .K I 1 c .L Q 'A Y 1 T' '. U f ' ' I , ' E. . ... IV ' '. frol 1 of 'tQ Wlil v 5 ' v . A K V' 1 vi . Y . , ' ,E , H. ' .L . 5 M I ,I . . .,, .1 2 . . ' A, - , I 'gh az . ' ' : l. ' I I v ' Nr- f V J. - se. K l K. I c . z I, .. " . ' ' . , I, . 1 " '.l-: V . ve V1 ' , Y 'V . .,,l. 2,1 z,t',, ' . V , "Y , ., c L c ,. 7', X E, ' ef, ' 'lg ' '. . .. . . ' a, ' ll . ' ' ' . 'hoel I ' V' ' K T v N . X v 1 ' . , . - ' ' 'l . , us in Now, as we Stand at the parting of the ways, we feel like frivine' . v. . . I. ,, . ,X 1 ' ,A L, 1 k 1 , , c . V ., . ' -1 1 an vk 7 ' v v'kv SL v 4 1 XYV 4 1 v -1. I . , 0 1 I l 1 -I .4 JV n , V , J l - H " 'J . k " '. 2 ' - f ' ' , , Y A O0 ll. l. .H . , ., . ,l . -' xatu 'lla ' : " . " : ' I I ' I S." O0 f ' ' . " ' - .:'ll " Vhzt 'l , "ru 'f" 'tb f- .' ' my. 'z. 'ffl' . v L , v 1 Y v 4. . '. k V . ' V 'x G T4 ,- 66 , ,' l, ' rr 00 ' - ' - : " , ' ,' ' ffl ' It other X -. - xr 00 ' 34 g " ', '- " , ers ' W 1 1 1 'N ,y PAGE TWELVE 'coco-on - . .canoe no ....n.n.o 3-. A D 0 O .oo'oo.oo'n'oo ' SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President : Robert Clark Vice-President ' Donald Hull Secretary Lloyd Waite Treasurer Robert Young Class Colors : . : Old Rose and Silver Class Motto : : : "Non scholae sed vitae." SOPHOMORE CLASS Gracm Austm Donald Hull Dorothy Babcock Nelson Krasselt Ll anor Boardman Eleanor Lord Rebecca Bolden Madellne Luc Arthur Brlggs Esther Pepperdlne Mary Brock Mllton Potter Eleanor Charlesworth George Remhardt Margaret Clark Walter Remhardt Robert Clark Mary Rlch Mary Cleveland Maxwell R1ch-'trdson Gerald Engllsh Vlctor Saar Donald Fleblekorn Roy Shavs Jean tte Frank Shlrley Stemhauser John Frank Lloyd Walte Helen Gleason Helen Wagner Mmme Glow Jeanne Wake Roman Grannls Cllfford Whlte Helen Hart Robert Young Ardme Howard Thomas Youngblood THE SOPHOMORES We as the Sophomore Class of 1931 cannot say that we have ac compllshed much flnanclally In thlllklllg of a way to earn money we fmt upon th ldea of paylng monthly dues of ten cents each per member Thls money has been put ln the bank where It IS now earn mg lnterest In manv other r spects however the Sophomore Class has been active Most of the members have shown thelr school Splrlt by takmg part ln the dlfferent act1v1t1es of the school Boba publlc speaklng prlz s were taken by Sophomores Jeanne Wake and Robert Young Thls speaks well for the vocal powers of the class When the Cattaraugan Staff was selected last fall we found that several Sophomor s vsere elected to xmportant posltlons In fact the Buslness Manager of the Cattaraugan IS a Sophomore The Sophomores have also furnlsfled thelr share of basketball m n Most of these men were out all season ready to fxght for thelr school and at the end of the season they recelved squad letters for thelr efforts At the clos of the season three of the Sophomores Robert Young Gerald Engllsh and M1lt0H Potter were clflosen from all the men plawng lll the lnter class gam s to hold posxtlons on the All Cattaraugus team A good share of the tenms team IS made up of Sophomores and we are also r presented ln baseball Others of the class take part IH the band and glee club Do you wonder vue are proud of our class and 1ts ach1evements'7 In closmg we wlsh to thank our class advlsors Mrs Tarbox M1ss Dunlaxy and Mr Gale who hax helped us wne lever they were ask ed and also those others of the student body and facultv who have contr1buted to the success of our class Robert Clark . . c l D V o ' Q C . c ' Y e . . . 1 y " ' y w . . . 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X 8 2 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS , PI'DSld8lllL Joseph Taylor V1ce PI'6S1d9llt M1lton Knopp Secretary Eleanor Charlesuorth Treasurer Helen Schultz Class Colors Jumor Motto Elma Adams Frances Babcock Arletta Balley El3,lIl9 Dermont Irene Hebner Corydon Herzog Vxolet H111 M1ltOH Knopp Kenneth Kysor Madel1ne Lewls Bedford P1ckup Brown and Gold We chmb though the rocks be 1ugged JUNIOR CLASS Louls Russell Ina Sa11sbury Hugh Schluter Helen Schultz Evelyn Stelnhauser Al1ce Straub Wllllam Tackenteln James Taft Joseph Taylor Jeanette Young Donald Hltchlngs THE JUNIORS Our Jumor year 1n C H S has been the most excltlng year 1n our hlgh school career Bes1des causmg Mr Frost to become shgntly gray around the temples and worrylng our advlsers half to death We have done many worth wh11e th1ngs Flrst of all our class has taken the most act1ve part ln sports of any class 1n hlgh school In Soccer our worthy presldent was chosen as captaln of the team B111 T2.Ck8I1t61Il and Bedford P1ckup also played 1n 1 few gam s Joe rece1ved the c'1pta1n letter wh1le B111 recelved a var Slly letter In basket ball whlch IS our ma1or sport Kenny Kysor, a well know11 member of our class was chosen capt un Practlcally all the vars1ty were chosen from the Junlors J Taylor B111 Tackentem Bedford P1ckup and Donald HltChlDgS were all f1rst team men Each of these boys rece1v d a varslty letter except H1tch1ngs who was un able to f1n1sl1 the season although an able player I11 lnterclass bas ket ball our boys walked off Wlth the t1tl Taylor P1ckup Tacken tem, Kysor Knopp and Taft all snowed the1r ab1l1ty 1n mflkmg baskets Ou1 glrls also took a leadmg part m basket ball Four out of thc SIX varslty players were chosen from the Junlors Evelyn Stelnhausel Jeanette Young Frances Babcock Helen Schultz In baseball our boys agam showed the1r quahty B11 Jo and Don all play r gular wh1le Bed who started the season was dlsabled because of blood po1son1ng We expect Don to hold the tltle of Captaln agaln th1s year as he d1d last Thls year we tr1ed a n yn 1dea by g1v1ng 3 Jumor Sen1or banquet and prom We though pemaps the Sen1ors would hke somethlng dlff erent It was a huge success Now W are looklng forward to the tlme when we w1ll take down the Sen1or flag Although we have beat n the SGHIOTS 1n some act1v1t1eS we st1ll look up to them as one of the best classes C H S ha ever had and we o11ly hope we can k ep up the1r good record next year Helen Schultz ' - v X C . . - . : . , 2 Z - ' x . ' 2 . . . . , e u o o I ' , u ' , u X X . - X , . x . . . . , x ' x X X S 2 . . . , , K . . . . 9 ' 1 c . . c 1 1 . . U . ,, . . . 91. F r ' 4 s . 1 1 . 2 - I . Y . O . . . . O,, , , . Q . . . Q - V ! ! . , a "' n - , .,. , , 1 - C - i . . . x . . . . . 1 V ! 1 I Y ' ' ' ' 64 ' !! 66 !! , . 1 , 6 u rv Q , ' cs n , Y V 9 9 . as ' 95 ' ' ' 1 9 V - . 1 . 2 D . . . . . . V ' v ' ' . . . S , Q 1. . 1 - 3. g..g..g..'..- 0 . v . '..' -. g..g..g..g..g..'.. , mg.: g..g.. PAGE FOURTEEN o...o.......-..... . . ...- ...N...... . Q. ..... . . . , 0 J... oo .. Q. 3... 'yu' 5 Q..-fe. 5 Q. 0 0 .5 .nu ..- v FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President ' N01 ma Gold Vice-P1 esident . lohn Maus Secretary . Richal d TenEy ck Treasul er I Mfujorie Ashton Class Colors : . ' - Green and Ggld Class Motto We can because we tlnnk we can FRESHMAN CLASS Autumn Ackleg. Burton Adams MHIJOIIQ Ashton Donald Babcock I'1ede11ck Bell Iess1e Blackman Howard Bobseme Du1land Cady Alun Ceresko Plul Clark Stanley Llalk ludu ard Cottrell Robext Dawson Annlce Eastelly Maltha Easterlv Helen Emke Wxllxam Fulton ILIHGSL Glow lNO1Il13. Gold Mane Grube Meltxe Hebner Calrol Holth lune Klens June Lee Rhea Llght Glace Olne Locke Robert Luce Pearl Luc1oW GIHZIZ Mcllbh John Maus Zella McCoy husscll Meacham Hubert Mxller Robert Nelson Lllllall Nunwe1le1 Edlth Perkms Mtrgaretta PQTRIHQ M trguermte Perkms Ifredcuck Petersen Althur Prxtchard Luc1lle Plxtchald CdlV1ll Rrch RlCPl3FCl Rltter Rov Samuelson Jack Straub Geneuexe StI'1Ckl3l'ld Malshall Studl y Rlchald Tenlwck Ifred Tolm 111 Ruth Welnk Eduard Whlte Wesley Vllltlf-31 Rltl Xoung . K . 7 n 1 , , 2 2. Q ' .. 1 , 4. .,. .g. o 1 . L , 0:0 ' N I 44 . 0 0 ' K ' it -, 2 3. -2. 5. l.O . 0.0 ' ' by 1 I 1 1 1 I I ' , . . . 1 x ,, U. 1 ' X 1 i . , ef. ' V 0.0 K 3 .. 3 f . . . as ' Y ' g V . 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' g..f..g-.1-:.-:--:-.:- , f ' ' ,-. -1 -' I-'-'Q--Iv-I--In PAGE QIYTEFN THE CATTARAUGAN STAFF EClltOI' ln ch1ef Mar1e Pohto ASSlSl,3,llt Edltor James Taft Busmess Manager Jeanne Wake Asslstant Busmess Manager Lou1s Russell AflVETtl91Hg Manage1 MHFIOYIG Ashton Asslstant AdX91t1Qlllg' Manager June Lee C'1rculat1on MRHBQQI Dorothv Babcock Sports Edltors Helen Butterfleld Mllton Knopn Art Edltors Shuley Stelnhauser, Robert Clark Humor Edltor Norman Klens Repolters Mary Rlch Helen Gleason Ohxe Demmon, Alberta Mlller, Maude Greene, Lloyd Walte Donald Rogan, Donald Babcock, Robert Young COMPETITION Compet1t1on IS the one force that u1es men ahead It IS nnport ant 111 all phases of llfe I11 fact l1fe wtself IQ a competvtvon You have to flght for your frlends, for vour posltlon ln l1fe, and for vour health It IS hae game of l1fe In school there W uld be no advancement lf thls folce were not p1esent One student trles to keep up Wlth the standards of another, both strlwe to get ahead In thls way, both are benef1ted BV Competmg wlth other schools, we have lmproved our school paper th1s year We lhave pubhshed the largest paper yet, and we hope the future w1ll see even more advancement We take thls opportunlty to tha11k the mel chants who have contr1buted to tl1e suc cess of th1s lssue by advertlslng, and the students for the1r cooperatmn and support OUR BAND You ought to see our hlgh school band, The flnest aggre-gat1on IH the land '1l1ere s Ru s1e w1th h1s teno1, So short and fat he waddles, And Ik auth h1s Cornet, bo httle tmat he toddles When Wesley w1th h1s tromb me Blares a te1r1ble blat, Al1ce vuth Per clarmet Apes a nussv cat Wlth thos who play the trumpet Ale Herb and Sp1ke and I1m And when they get tf g ther They plav VVlth force alld um X ou ought to see our hlgfl school band, 'I l1e fmest aggregatmn 1n the land New let us all stand up and sav H1p hm hooray F 1 ou1 HIGH SCHOOI BANIDV' BIRTIG Pol1to 4 L 4 J .g..'..-..'..'..'..'..'..'..'..'..'..-..'..'. . . . . - '. 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I THE BAND On May 1, our band IH all the glorlous splendor of thelr new unlforms traveled to Fredoma for the Muslc Festlval The Cattarau gus townspeople very kmdly furnxshed cars for the trlp When we arrxved 1n Fredoma the flrst thmg we dld was to go to the Leglon Rooms where we warmed up a blt From then t1ll about twelve thlrty we had the town to ourselves, and what a tlme we had' We went from one slde of town to the other collectmg souvemrs and ln varlous fashlons enjoylng our day out of school W certamly showed up the other bands when we gave them a gllmpse of ou umforms In the m1ddle of the afternoon we played our numbers at the scnool, and as we dldnt want anybody to feel bad, we dldn t take flrst However, the rest of the bands knew we were there I other words, we gave them some competltlon Also, there was a parade and a mass band We started for home then, after havmg spent a whole day ln fun On Mav 23, we were gomg to stage a tag day program, but vue were WASHED OUT, or, to be spec.f1c, xt rained so much that we would have had to use some of Bed Plckup s rubbers to stay afloat' The band glves many thanks to those who so kmdly agreed to sell tags, and It IS too bad that the aqua was so plentnful that they could not w1n the box of candy QBy the way, where did that candy go"J We st1ll practlse every Thursday under the mstructlon of Mr Herrick, and the band lmproves every tlme he comes We are hon mg that we can travel some places thls summer as we dld last We hope you follow the actlons of the band and boost It thls summer James Faft . . , . - . . 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Q o o o Q v v o Q on .ni 'n.n.n a.n.qo.vo.n.n'oo PAGE TVVENTY HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Presldent Fxances Babcock V1cePres1dent Elalne Dermont Secretary Jeanett Young Treasurer Rlta Young Thls year we glrls of the Homemaklng classes declded to 0I'lP'l nate a separate club that was dltferent from the others ln our hmgh school So wlth 23 charter members all anxlous to make lt a success orgamzed the H me Econommcs Club The flrst meetmg was held October 16 after scqool It was d cvded at tlns tlme to hold meetlngs everv two weeks on Tuesdav nights The dues were to be flftv cents for the vs mole year, unless pald on the Installment plan The dlscueslon carrled on ln regard to what we would do lll our busxness meetlngs was settled bv the agreement that certam glrls should glve talks on sub1ects of mterest to the club The next meetmg October 28, was ln the form of a social enter tamment a Halloween Partv On December 16 we had a Chrustmfts Party Wlth Jeanette Young as our plamst, we sang our club songs as part of the entertalnment Of course we alwavs have had refresh ments to help attract members to our meetmgsl Pavlng a fllle 1s the penalty for absence For our motto we adopted Great Homemakers from Llttle Home makers Grow Our slogan ls, A llve w1re never gets stepped on A group of members prepare the entertainment for each meetmp' A special meetlng was held Aprll 23 for the purpose of hearmg the re port by our presldent from the Natlonal Home Economlcs Conference at Syracuse We had a Chlldren s Party too, recently Our meetmgs have been of mterest, and verv helpful to each member because we trv to do thlngs for each other as well as have a to 10m our group Our Scrap Book full of the year s mementoes, awalts vour lnspectxon ln the Home Economlcs Department any tlne you wlsh to vlew It Elalne Dermont Of Interest to Homemaklng Department New klnd of strlng beans has zlpper attachment Mllton Potter thinks the Vernal QQUIHOX IS 1 certam speclal Sun dav ln the chulofl Mlss Tarbox Imaglne you were walklng along the street ln the l6lgll of Augustus Fdward d d you take notes durlng, the lLCtU19'7 Yes, three from Rlta Jhe Fre hmcn do belleve 1n labor savnng devlce Thls 1s the way one of them ansu .lcd a comphc lted que tlon wluch should have lequned half a page to lnswer 4 Page 10 1n the Reueu Book .g..g..g..j .g..g..g..g. - ,- g..' .g..g..g..g. , l . g..g..g..g. -..g.....g..g..g..g . ..- . ,,:,,:,.:., . . . . . . 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PAGE TWENTY ONE HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT Hello everybody ' Thls IS statlon H E broadcastmff from the Home Econom1cs Department of th Cattaraugus Hlgh School bL1lldll1Q We w1ll now g1V9 you a brlef descrlptlon of our Home ECOIIOITIICS course and the work we have accomphshed th1s year The Homemaklng I and II glrls as a famlly umt naxe planned prepared and served breakfasts, luncheons, and dmners They hayc learned not only the preparatlon of food but table settmgs and table etlquett , as vsell fAt Chrlstmas time thev learned how to make all RIHCIS of dlfferent fancy candles j In the sewlng pxolect, dresses, smocks blouses, undergarments, and chlldren s garments have been completed I tlns studv, the correct uses of the different klnds of seams stxtches blndlngs and faclngs were taught The Homemak1ng V and VI Work has embraced 1nter1or decorat mg, home IIUFSIIIQ, chlld care, and chxld tralnmg For 1nter1or decor atlng we made curtalns We chose for them a rust colored curtam matellal Wh1Ch harmon1zed wlth the fulmshlngs of our department, and trlmmed the edges wlth a slmple des gn IH hght green yarn Afte I'9flll'Sh1!1g two chalrs, we selected sultable l1phOISteI'1llg and recover ed one of them Home nurslng and Chlld care mstructxon were g'1Vf n by the County Health Nurse, MISS Drlscoll, at the CIIUIC The last and best pro1ect was our trlp to Buffalo, Frlday May 20 The flrst place we V1S1t8d was th Clty Hospltal and the Baby Chnlc there 'lhen vse Went to the Klttenger Furrnture Company, where we saw the dlfferent klnds of furnlture belng made It was lnterest mg as well as educational to see the dlfferent machines that dld the carung the process of upholsterlng me furnlture, and the lacquer machlnes that spray the lacquer on the furnxture after It has been stalned ln huge Stalfllhg vats From the Klttenger Furnlture Company we v1s1ted the J IN Adams turnlture department and model home 'lhe last place of ln tenest was the Larkm Company from vwhlch we galned many valuabh facts about drcssmakmg, the maklng of soap, ind gettlng woods ready for the market Statwon H E of C H S now slgns off unt1l May 1932 Your an noul cer has been Dorothy Babcock A MODERN HIAWATHA By the shores of Cutlcura, By the eparkhnfr Pluto Water Llved the Prophylactlc Chlclet, Danderlne, falr Chevrolet s daughter She was lox ed by lnstant Postum Son of Sunklst and Vlctrola Helr apparent to the Mazda, O1 the trlbe ot Coco Cola Through the Tan Lac strolled th lox ers Through th Shredded Wheat they wan lered L vely httle Wrlgley Ch1cl t, WVere the Tally xx olds of Postum, No Fyr Pvter can quench the fx Nor Aspmn st1ll the heartache, Oh, my Presto L1te deslre, Let us malrs, lxttle D1e1 Klss .g. g,.:..g..g..g..g..:..j..:..:..g..:..g .g. :..g..:..g g..:..g..g. 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' 'J ' V - , 0 ' vr f .1 L t L Q " o ' ' ' e " . . . u Y s ' - V I'9. 1 . . , ' .- H a.ooo.o....sao Q Q an s seen- .enouannsuuocsuusou .,..,..,.....,..,.... ,..,..,..,..,..,.. ..,..g..,..g..g..g..'..g..,.....g..' . . ....,..,..,..,.., . .. ,. ,..,..,..,..,.. ,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,.. n'nn SENHQ NAME Herbr rt Meyer Lilllan Meyer Norman Klens Lizetta Gold Olive Demmon Maude Greene Mamle Laing Alice Miller B1 lle Hart Flsie Sipe Mane Poito Howard Clark Howard Pottel Katherine Pollto Dorothy Pritchard Helen Young Elsie Gleason Kathryn Goodrich Alice Laing Helen Butterfield Wendell Scholl Eleanor Vaughan Iflorcnce Armitage A.bcrta Miller Willard Houghton Oscar Waite Ardine Light Mae Dermont Llizabeth Russell Bernard Goodrich Chester Wagner Katharine Lincoln no. .a....n..4...ao 4. .0 nv., 0 .o'-Q on Q .N Q..-..n.n.e .oo ...nf NICK NAME Happy I 1 y Fa Toots Ollie And her name was Maude Mamie Answer to Any Squirt I' ltzie I ctite Tom ot Kate Dot Youngs Max ? Al Butts Wendy I lean or 'I Army Bert ' Houghtie Auky Babe Just Mae Bessie B. Good Chet ?? FAVORITF SUBJECT FAVORITE SONG How to grow taller im How to bui d muscles Latin Latin Anvthing but latin English G1 ammar Homemaking French Prench How to charm men How to sleep Girls Dick Science More History English Drawing English History Vath Ilomemaking Lvrything French Jcanc tte French llistory More lfrench Anything hard Science kexer Tells f hemistry .g..g,.g..g..g..'..'..'. g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..,..f..,..g..g.. 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X Pe' .g. h'C . tn WANTS TO BE Tough Llttle Fatter flmposslblcl Baseball Star Avnatrlx Out west where men are men and Plkes Peak Lucky Qshe wasj On the Great Lakes Tomato Raxser With Bob Grown Up Mother of a large famxly Toms husband Loved tales lady A xadlo announcer A httle blgger Somethmg Bathxng Beautv Where she alnt Natulal A glandmother Hue the re, and everywhere A fat man On txme A vudower Somebodys Sweetheart Thoughtful Parking 10h Be1nard'J A slnger In Ialxs -Q. of COMMON EXPRESSION Horses W1 you go mth us"" You see its hke hxs You as 61 Teacher I know' Oh dear I won t Maybe I I see Ill be seeing you Oh dear' Ever seen thls before " Let me sleep' Love me today Dxd he lead my name I dldnt know that Where dld you g I dont thlnk so Thats not what I ha I dont feel llke studymg Oh Howard Thmk It over I havent mme done Lcts sklp this afternoon Oh gee' Hang on when we go alound this corner Id just as soon I want to be great' Sure' You wouldnt do that I cant keep stall' PASS TIME Readmg Qhewmg gum Talknng wlth the gnls Belng wnth Olhe Readlng Working Dreammv f J nmmy Fords Fast ta kung All of m Looklng for hls Talking Val sity drag her future D at Wlltlllg poetry Skxppmg classes Argumg' Waltxng for Bill Talkmg Talknng, wlth Jnmmy Dorothy Sewmg Readlng letters from Drlvlng Bemg late or absent Studyxng Boastmg Studyxng Escoltxng troopers home Reading Working eg FAVORITE SPORT Walking Flnrtmg Soccer I mg pong Basketball Sklppmg school Drlvmg Fords Wrxtmg letters Basketball TBDDIX Playxng marbles bleepmg Tennxs btaylng after school Drnvlng old Fords Rldlng Danclng Shows Danclng Basketball Cllmblllg flag poles Walkmg Basketball Tenms Opelatnng Che Dancmg Fllrtmg Walkmg Baseball Basketba I Riding 0454 nie 5 'o . a to 1 Q.. . 0 0 .5. ego 0:0 Q Q .3. 1 'O' - .3. u . n ' ' 'sv x 9:0 4 0 H 'll V' . 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QP R11 ll KRD QCIIULTZ IN MEMORIAM On June 14 1990 the Qtudents and faculty of Cattaraugus Hlgh School learned Wlth plofound QOFIOW of the death of Rlchard Schultv It was extremely d1fHcult to reallze the fate wh1ch had befallen hlm and us The loss was mtenslhed by the many fr1endsh1ps that hm vsmnmg personallty had cleated Never before 111 the hlstoly of Cattaraugus Hxgh School had there been one student who was such a great athlete and such an lntegl 11 palt of our school Dlck as We loved to call hum, excelled Ill basket ball ba eball and track H13 llfe 1n C H S was characterlved bv hxs happy ways and hl cheery d1spos1t1on VVe who knew Dlclt mlss and xx 1ll mms hun for 30315 to come Flrst Ill sportsmanshlp, flrst ln frlendlxness, IH the i l . , 1 f I L , . . . . . . . . . . :Q O. 9 n . - , .J . ' '. a . v , . L 4. . A v s ug J s 4 u " 1 . L 5 . X. . .L v A 1 7 15 C , 66 ' !7 , ' ' - . , - . .. , - , . . . . Y H . ,,, . V. . . . . , ., . hearts ol' hls fellow students h1s memory wlll always lemaln. . . . . . 3. . ,. 'f 3.3 ,.g..'. , , 2-'Z -'-2.-3--1-v-1-j..j..g..g.gg.. ...g..g..g ,..g..g..g..,.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..'..g..g.. '.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.-1.4.-9.1. ,-' 2,-:wg--:..,.. PAGE TNVENTY-FIVE ... 1 ., .,. . . . : . . . 4. . . 2 .:. . . : . . . . . . . .g. . . . . .2. ... 0.0 z .:. .:. . . : .!. . . . . .9 . . . . .2- . . . .g. ,. ,. .Q. .,. . ... .g. Q. .,. .2. 0,0 z . . . .:. . . . .:. . . . Q. . . 2 .x. .i. . . : .x. .,. .s. .:. .:. . . .. . . . . .. .. . . . . .. . . . . BOYS VARSITY BASKET B IL IEAM GIPLS VARSITX IASKIJI P II FLANI . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . .'.,.....n.N.n.....o cue,.n...n.'.ou.,v.-v,-No..ono.,n-,o..N. on. ... . . e . . . 3... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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' 0 .neo are ooioonuae of 'vo afar: eq' PRACTISE NIGHT FOR 'III-IE TEAM The practlse was scheduled for 7 Mr Gale came sllghtly b fore Not a plaver was ln the dressmg room Just Kenny out on the floor Mr Gale pe red round wlth a sour look and then gave volce to h1s lre He d take a cent for thxs bunch of dudes and feel that he d cheated the buyer But Kenny Kysor Just play ed around shooting from past the center And wh1le Mr Gale revlled the team grmned at the wrath of the mentor As the tlrade subslded a glggl was heard from behlnd tme furnace room door The team dashed out ln a grotesque garb and swarmed all over the floor Bernard Goodrlch was last m Houghty s su1t two plllows to f1ll out the seat Jxmmv Taft nn Bed Plckup s clothes had trunks that reached to his feet H1tch had on an old rubber boot hxs other blg foot was bare And Tom Tnm Clark wore a flerce mustacne wlth a blg red bow ln hxs halr Howard Potter had an old Derby hat precarlously perched on one ear And B111 Tackenteln s l1d was a ple crust straw that mad hlm look goofv and queer Joe Taylor wore horned rlm specs Stlff collar and shxrt tall out And Bob Young had hxs toe wrapped up hke old John Bull wlth the gout Ch tt Wagner appeared 1n a Grandma hat of the untage of 93 Long black hose and ruffled frllls that cxrcled ms trunks at the knees Don Rogan d1d a Chaphn stunt ln shoes that belonged to the coach And Herb cavorted m cover alls that b longed to Jamtor Clark Thls motley crew made wlde whoopee as they clrcled m warm up for matlon A football trlck vuth a rubber boot accented a long freaky shot The derbv hat from brlm to crown was strewn all over tue spot Chet Wagner trxpped on hls long black hose when hls sllk garter sagfred And Bernard had bumps behlnd hls knees where the two bxg plllows bagged Wh n Don Rogan d1d hls Chaplln stunt and shot the length of ine floor 'Ihe team got hot as the passes zlpped and rolled ln baskets galore Mr Gale stood wlth his mouth agape at those contortxons and dldo s He trled to scowl and hld a grm as he spluttered You crazy hoboes' As the team slow d up he felgned a groucm wlth Say you loony plavwrxghts Get mto your sults and hurry xt up or I m gomg to work off vour tall llghts In heed to the threat the team vfmmoosed half bell vmg the coach ln a huff But Kenny Kysor who dallled behlnd h ard the chuckle befnnd the bluff He knew the coach vsouldn t take a m1ll1on for the chance to share m the Jovs Th horseplays the chaffmgs the trlmmlngs the nopes and the dreams of the e boys' ' 3 . 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Q Q? .Q use ,- fs use 'u 1 0 BASEBALL SQUAD 19'1 BAC EBALL The call to baseball tus sprmg xx as answeled bv oy er twenty men They have nearly all stayed wlth the team, and hay done good wot k Although the bovs have not won any games, they are bulldlng up good baseball knowledge for the commg seasons The team has not played as close knlt ball as was expected by the coach and managel The lack of a playlng fleld perhaps, has been 1 hmdrance to the Splflt necessary for good teamwork Phe Athletlc Assocxatlon bought new supplxes for tne baseball team thls year Among tne assortment were a few bats apparently poor stuff for the boys do not seem to be able to hlt this season We are IH the league wlth Randolph Salamanca and South Day ton Tlhese are all hard playlng teams and hard to beat But as only two men are leavlng th team by graduatlon, we are ln hopes Norman Klens They say that It s th llttle thlllQ'S that bother a person most You can s1t on a mountaul, but not on a tack' ' n . , " , . .j. 0.0 .3. .j. .j. I -:- I ,. e.: o.U .f. .j. :- . .Z , .. - .3 ' x '. . 0 g . hp' o . - 1. . f 4 ' M ' , e . - Y I ' YO ' .. 1' U , - c. . .1 r.. -.f ' L 1 -0 v , L . c - l . ' ., . ' . . r . . . . A. ' u y V ' ' . ., , c f - ' ' 6 u , . . . . ., , ' . D v. . . , . tnat another year w1ll see our team ln a better place IH the league. j . . . . . . 00 ' . 1 7 1 . , 3 5 f 0 0 g..g..'..- .,..g..'..g..-..-..g..'. - . ..-..g..-..-..-..'..g -..'. .. -..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..'. '. g..g.-g..:- 5. , .,-A-my.mp.3-'..:,.:.-3-:--'-rw PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT 1 Q,.o.f.q.-1 - , , v . , 34-'N' Q. .Q ,Q of .Q , , , , , , v v ' . BASEBALL The flrst week of pract1se 24 men app ared anx1ous to get gomg Four of these were letter men of last year, D H1tcl1111gs B Goodrlch J M xus J Tavlor three others were squad men of last year W Tacken te1n, I Straub and R Luce At me half of the s aso11 18 men WCIQ st1ll out, namely H Clark D Wl11te, M Potter J Taft H M1ller, D Rogan L Wa1te, W Remhftrdt V Saar, F P tersen, R Sxmuel son and the seven others from last year The squad got Ill a week and a half of good pract1s d1rectly after Easter Then for two weeks before the f1rst game whlch was play ed at Randolph on May 6 the t am had no pract1se at all on account of bad weather and lack of a d1amond SIUCQ the pltchers were not 1n good shape and the whole 11116 up was uncertam, th flrst game was lost by a score of 16 to 4 Straub HltCh1Hg'S and Taylor each took part IH the p1tch1ng dur1ng the game 'mae other me11 tak111g part w re TenE5 ck Whlte, Tackente111 Goodr1ch, M Potter, Maus Rogan, L Wa1te, H Clark, M1ller Taft and Fulton The 12th of May after much effort to make a sat1sfactory rangement for a game, the team Wellt to South Dayton Four 1nn1ng wer played 1n the ram Flnally the game was called and co11s1der able d1scuss1on was neld whether or not the game should be replayed It was dec1ded to play the gam ox er at some later date The next game was play d at Salamanca May 15 HltCh1HgS went 1n as p1tcher for h1s flrst ass1gnment of the year Th 1-11131 score was 7 0 1n faxor of Salamanca The game was lost on errors Hlld the fact that our men vsere vseak on h1tt1ng H1tch111gs held S1l'1 mfmca down The flrst 1nn1ng they scored one ru11 on a walk In 'ne last 1nn1ng however they made several h1ts and runs O11 May 22 Soutl1 Dayton play d here Straub started out p1tch lng and pltched all but one 1nn1ng It w 1s a very poor day for base- ball be111g the coldest slnce sprmg arr1ved It even snow ed lat r IH tl1e even1ng South Dayton managed to g t about two runs to an llllllng' not hav1ng any real volleys Cattaraugus recelved two walks and three runs the f1rst 1n111ng Th team agaln proved weak 111 hlttlllg and made sew eral errors The f1nal score was 11 3, 111 fxvor of South Dayton May 27 Randolph played here Taylor p1tch d all but one 1nn1ng He held Randolph to two runs 1n the flrst four lnnlngs Once more C H S rece1ved flV h1ts GOOdTlCh scor1ng two The f111al score was 11 2 In each game C H S has rece1ved exactly flve hltS no mor o less ThlS IS a rather strange co1nc1dence At the pr sent t1me 1n the eason G00dF1Cll has scored h1ghest 111 h1ts among toe regulars Maus has -1 shghtly h1gher per c nt but has played 1n only two of the fue games Followlng Goodrlch ln order are the f0ll0W111g HltCl1lDgS M1ll61 Potter Clark and 'l ackente1n In add1t1on to the above men th follow1n0' vull probably letter Taylor Rogan Taft and St1aub Whlte Relllllilfdt Wa1te md Luce st1ll'nave a chance M1114 n KIIODD . . Q , , 0 . . . L, , . , - 2 , . N 3 1 , , ' . . 1 , . . . 1 e ' . 4 . . . . , . . , . , . . 1 . 1 , . - 3 , 2 ' L C a . . Q . l . , . V Q . , V . Q C VA . - O . 9 . K L. . L , ' . V 3 Y 1 n . 1 1 . ' 9 a 1 , C u , ' ar- . ' ' TE 9 1. I c . . . , I ' . 9 Y u 7 Q . . , , , A . 1 ' I l s., . J Y , c 1 1 ' ' 7 1 . . . l l 1 4 c 4 " and an error. In the next four innings they rece1ved but flV6 h1ts. 9 I ' , e . ' - , ' ' . 2 ' . . . . Y D . Y ' V ' . ' e . . . . 3 . . . . V t . - . 2 7 , . ' e V - K s A Q - n I Q . . . V , . , . . . ' ' ' ' ' , e, 11 S U , . x . . . i D 1 . . 1 2 , 6 . , 7 ' I w - . u : , 'Y 9 7 ' D ' Y. ' , V - U - . ' - 1 , , C . , , , z ' ' .. 1 ' '1 PAGE TWENTY NIN I TENNIS 1 93 1 TENNIS Thxs IS the flrst year that we have organlzed a tennls team m C H S The prmclpal reason why we have not had a team m the past IS because we have not had a court Th1S def1c1ency was prov1ded for last summer by the Board of Educatlon, alded by the town The ten students who came out for tennls have shown remarkable lmprovement from the tlme they started untll the present tlme Mr Wlute, the coach has been largely responslble for thls progress On May 7 our C H S team played Elllcottvxlle on our home court There were two matches of doubles and one of smgles C H S won the fxrst match by much hard flghtlng In the slngles we were badly defeated The last match of doubles was won by C H S by a very narrow margm. On May 13, C H. S went to Elhcottvllle to play. We were de feated ln one match of smgles and one of doubles The last match of doubles was tled because we were forced to stop playmg on account of ram. The t1e between the two teams w1ll be played ln the near future, as well as some other games. Not one of our players has ever played IH a match before thxs season, but most of them had played amateur tenms. S1nce th1s was our flrst year ln tenms we feel that we have made 3 falr showmg. However we hope to have a better record and more experlence next year. Donald Babcock .......... .....-.... ................................... ..g..g.. ...N .. .. .. ..,.,..,. ,..... ..,.. ..,..,..,..,..,.. ..,. .....,..,.,.-,..,..,. ...,..,..,..,.. .. .. .. ..,.. .. .....,..... .. .. .. ..,..,..,..,..,.....,.....,..:.. 'A X 'f . . Q 7 ., If , , , I 1 ' , J X s . ,XJ I . , we V - - , I f , Q1 ' - 4, . ,Z ' ,V ' , , 1. r , . . . . Y . . . A . . . 1 . . , . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . 0 U I I 5 D O A O 5 Q O ..g..g..g..'..:..g .g..g..,..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..'..g..'..g..g..g..g..g..g..'..'..g..g..g..-..'..'..'..'..g..g '..g..g..g..'..,..'..g..'..'..g. -..,..,..,..,..,.. .. ..,.. ..,..,.. 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PAGE 'DHIRTY ONE ..... ......................................... .. ..,..,.. .. . ,..,.. ..,.. .. . .,.. ..,..,..,.. .. ..,..,.. ..,.. ...........,.. ..,..,..,.. ..,..,..,.. ..,..... ..,..,.....,..... .. .. ..'..'..g..'..'..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..:..L FIFTH GRADE At a recent class meetlng we elected new ohicers for our club. NVe are taklng the dues that we get from the club and the seed money that the puplls earned to buy new gulde books for school work. We declded to buy a flower and a blrd gulde book 00 SIXTH GRADE At a recent class meetmg the followmg officers were elected for the rest of the year Presldent Lenora Nunweller VICE Presxdent Carol Babcock Secretary Lewls Felton Tleasurer Annette II'V1Ilg' The class voted to have dues each month Wlth thls money and the money earned sclllng se' ds the grade bought a new table for the room SEVENTH GRADE The Seventh Grade puplls all vush to pass thelr flrst regents sub xect whlch IS Geography We are dlV1d8d 1nto two groups, each tak mg turns asklng the other group questlons In thls way we are able to accompllsh much In Qpellmg we have chosen sxdes We have plctured a mounta1n on the board w1th a car golng up each Slde Two leaders tak the marks, get the average, and move the cars each day At the end of f1V9 weeks the wlnmng slde IS glven a treat by the losers Dana Thorp EIGHTH GRADE Lately we have been domg qu1te a few thmgs Eaca one of us has made a slgn for our Enghsh We flnd that It has helped us very much IH our Enghsh troubles W have not been ldle IH our hlstory class emther We haye made cartoons of events studled 1n the Flghth Grade Durmg the other per1ods, we do about what we always haye I belleve you all have had the experlence Donald Buskxst AN OCEAN An ocean IS a comblnatxon of water, flshes, seaweed and wreck , 9qD9C13llV water Both sxdes of xt come rlglt up to the shore, makmg lt v IW COI1W9l1l6llt for people wlshmg to get on or off boats The flsnes m the ccean are of dlfferent kmds, SIZES and ages, and seldom meet each other unless they l1ve 111 the same nexghborhood They are freshest just after they haye been caught but taste best rxg mt httle ones eat each other to Splle the blg fxsh OBITUARY NOTICE Mule ln the barns 1rd, la7v or slck Boy xutn a pxn on the end of a stlck Bov labbed th mule, mule gaxe a lurch Funerll tomorxou, M E Church no 4. gl ' ' an , . : . 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Z .1 1 1:1 1 1 5. 3 . 0.0 Ask XVendell and Dorothy how the moon looks over a ho1'se's shoulder. -1- 00 Remember this the next time you sneeze- I sneezed a sneeze into the air, It fell to earth, I know not wh1e1'e, But hard and cold were the looks of those I11 yy hose y1c1n1tv I snooze Gracla AUSUII The I'Hll10 19 a gleat 1mp1ovem1c11t f01 people Ill nosp1tals, or mvahds, and farmers Exam1nat1on Hovslers On a h1sto1y paper Beethoy en was the msn yy ho fllQCOXOl'OKl the tube1 culosls gel m Enqhsh Gracla Austm A11tony gaye the spoech beff111111n1f Ifucnds, Romans, countrymen whe11 he Went to h1s fune .l 'KKfUQ1Pg the yyoxd QTILL rn a se11t1enceJ Mary BIO k He 1umpcd oyer the stlll NATURAL PHILOSOPHY A httle trog SIIS on a log 'I'1e plcture of content, It s happy 111 the co7v bog Because It pays no rent Ins1d1e a snake that f'rogg1e went A snug cat smacks 1ts hps Alld ne1ther had to pay' '1 cent P01 meal checks or IOI tlps Phe katy d1d It smgs 1ts songs As l1appy as an elf It s happy all tlc whole mght long It cannot hear 1ts'1lf To steal '1 toothpxck flom a rat Would be of no ava1l, ll hy should It y1o11V oy 61 that W 1en 1t C311 use xts tall? 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Esther Pepperdine says that Arnold describes Rustum's men as "a flock of birds when they go on their horses to fight." 00 John Frank proy es beyond a doubt by calling our attention to a ,- stage direction that Shakespeare intended the Prince of Morocco to ' wear long flowing garments The stage direction reads, "Prince Morocco enters with train 3 Mary Brock Franklin lived in the years 1700 and 1800 Here s a Challenge to the World Helen Gleason If we would follow Franklin s eicample ie yy orld would be a better and a bigger place M1 Frost Give me the use ot antiseptics and anesthetics Ardine Antieeptic kills germs, anesthetic kills people Miss Tarbox Why did Wilson butt in on the coal strike of 1920"" Lillian Because we were still mechanically at war with Ger many Miss Tarbox Where IS Secretary Kellogg now since ne left Washington? Howard Potter He s making breakfast food Margaret Peikins fwriting an order letterj Please send me by Parsol Post A Few New Facts About Shakespeare Alvin Ceresko Shakespeare stayed 1n London all his life plav ing parts and changing the scenes tWe wonder who s doing it now J Autumn Ackley makes Shakespeare out to be another of these chlld wonders by saying he was born IH 1654 and died in 1666 Mertle Hebner tells us that Shakespeare was born in America in 1864 and died in 1819 The only way We can figure this out is that he must haye been born B C But history books fail to record the national life of our country at this period An oversight somewhere' Question Who helped Odysseus oy ercome Circe s power? M rtha Easterly Missionaries Question Describe Scylla Grazia Marsh "Sue was slim and had '1 beautiful voice .Jr .rw 1 . ' v . . . . Q . V 0.0 . . . . O f :, ' O 0 ' ' n 'S' - 3 . . .5. 00 'I' .g. . . . . 1 4 - . . ry Of' . - , . . X .3 0 0 .f. . , 3. .3 V 0.0 . 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' ASSOCIATIO i Po UP cn an -A D1 P-1 :U la '4 E P4 . .. . . oss og. .4 . o e o 'A 3 .ga use ez. .so .zu .Q oonooo'oo'o 4 on. .lamestown Busmess College IS wel known ln thls reglon I fact, lt IS known throughout the en tlre country for ltS hlgh standmg Incorporated as a College under the lawb of New York State fully accredlted by the National ASSOCIA txon of Accredxted Commorcna Schools To the young people and then palents It m y well b sshd I PAYS TO ATTEND A GOOD SLHOOL Thls quotation IS bor rowed from the registered Trade walk used by the Baltlmoxe Busl nesa Co lege for mole than -1 quar ter of a century and can only be used approprlately by their f"m'scnt The declaration IS a self eulent fact It also pays to attend 'ln ACCREDITED SCHOOL Wrnte for partlculars OUR SLOGAN 10047 SERVILL Thxs J B C Team won 20 031319: out of 29 plaved From left to rlght atandmg Edwin Green, bm: Schoonover, Carence Adams Eur ett Johnson Slttmo' Mxlton lfvv- tlom, Evan Odell Patrxck Laugl .ln WARRFN KAHSF INC' 1048 Q Q ... qs.. JFNEI FPS and STATIONIERS or FRATLRNITIES CLUBS and SOPORITILS Dance lx QIHITIQ Athlotlc Awzunls Tlophlea Un V0lSllV Ave ROCHESTER 'J Y OTIS A SLATINC FURNITURE WALL PAPER an PAINT We have Il good llne of rugs and beclxoom fulnlture Come ln and look over Olll' lme WE CAN SAVE YOL SOME MONLY CATTARAUGUS, " NEW YORK .. .. ...... .... ..... .... ............................,,..,,...,, .,..,..g..g..g..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,. - .,. . ..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,.., ....,.....,....., ....,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,.....,..,..,..,..,.....,.., ,.., ,....., .'WY"'w' ,,,,,,, . noa.ev..o.fQooo ...eau enoqooo Q.. ooo... ...O 0.:0.u..,:n:,.:0:,,:,,:,,:,,:,..,....,........l..,... Q , , . , 1 Q , . , , , ,..,..,........,.....,..,..,..,..,... , , , ., , ... ... , . 5... , ....,..,........,..,.. ..,..,... 5 ...,. .........'. 0. I 1 . . 1 . a 1 I OC ' I l .. 'o 1 1 Y , . . 1 .- . . ' ' l .. ' ' a ' e : " T 1 o ' I 1 ,Y ' ' 1 1 . . .. , . ,D V - : 4 . . i A . . - Y.' 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Corrections in 122 early life prevent trouble later. '5' Have your child examined at our Pre-school Clinic to be held at the 'Q- Local Health Station. ' Phone 161 for appointments. E S Cattaraugus County Dept. of Health X WHEN IN GOWANDA Visit our Up to Date Ice Lre im Parlor and bandv kitchen GOWAIN DA CANDY KITCHEN Neal Masonic Temple Building, B A PAHAGEORGI Prop COMPLIMDIVIS OF Smith s Meat Market FOR GRADUATION GIFTS visit Lincoln Jewelry Store FOR GRADUATION FROCKS The Lincoln Shop GOVVANDA NEW YORK J I 7 ' x x s s z . . W, t X L ' ' 1 , . I- 1 ' 4 x 1 x ' ' x x , . o 1 1 1 1' . . ' Q, . - f z , x x X . z 1 " ww X . , t x . , X 1 Si' CA'1"i'ARAUGUS, NEW YORK ' 3 2 x x .. , .. .. .. .. .- - . .. . . . .5 . - .. .. g g..g..g..:..: ,--3.-:--ze - '- PAGE THIRTY-EIG IIT Q. 0.4.0. ....... .. .. ... .' 0- 6. . . "H . . ."..' ' .Q-Q.. .u,u'.o.f..u. 9 3 ...O v'w.u,w.. .......... 5 U . 4 Q Your Future . . . 2 Depends on your training. Mechanics Institute offers unusual opportunities for preparation. Its cooperative courses, particularly, enable you to secure practical experience and at the same time earn 3 while you learn! ' COOPERATIVE COURSES 3 Industrial Electricity Food Administration . Industrial Mechanics Retail Distribution Construction Supervision Costume Art with Retailing and Architectural Drafting Photographic Technology Industrial Chemistry APPLIED ART COURSES Illustration, Advertising Art, Design, Crafts, Interior Decoration ' Art Education Mechanics Institute ROCHESTER, N. Y. The lnstztute Superwsors wzll be glad to send further znformatzon or arrange a personal znterwew III WII S SALFS SERVIL I Atw ttci Kent and Maiestic Ridios Firestone 'lires Ifhone 75 Cattai iugus New XOIIY Conzplznzents of R AY S DI PART MEN'I STORF SALAMANCA NIEW YORK Z Exclusiu Styles GRADUATION DRESSES S10 50 and 516 50 Graduation Gifts for all I F NORION CO INC' U H1111 Street SALAMANLA N Y IILCINI and PULOVA WATCHES DIAMOIND RINGS Ilnc soul vt mtth rtpinel fmt JOHNSON S sAL XMANC A INEVI X ona gg I - - n a I ' 9, . 3 ' . '? K In 1 ' 4 I I , 1 J. J .1 L 3 . . . s K , ' , , Q e j U A 1 'an A J YZ m 1 ' 'I , i 1 . . x 1- .,, 1' , , , ' 4 Jo Q 0 A 1 I E 4 f f Y Y M X, v 7 1 Z3 I a A - v ' ' 1. L s , 4 3 ' 1 1 I 1 I A , I 3 A L 1 ' I 8' ' 'Q ' 'I 2' l vi c . 'x 1 1 '1 4 1 4 L , L A s. v -1 , G4 MAIIN STREET N , , , , ,, 1 ' f , I w . , A -,. :,,:,v :, '..:..:..:..j.,:..'..'..:..j -0 + . . Z. .'. 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COMPLIMENITS OF The Sahebury Hat Shop Lattaraugue New Yml Photographs Ln e Forex er Large or Small we take em all THE MORSF STUDIO Phone 78 Gowanda, New Xomk d1SCOUlIt on all photographo to QZIHKIUIIIQS fol 1931 WI'lT CHFVROLI T INC ba s Serum USED CARS 24 South St Cattguaugue, N COMPLIMENTS OF THE FITZGERALD BROTHERS Salamancafs Largest Store We have a complete hne of Men Q Young Men Q and Boys SUITS 'lt Real S2':lVlllg THF VVAKE STORI CAHARAUGLS NEW YORK COMPLIMEIN TS OF The Eaton Miniature Golf Course 'Doe only Cork Surface Ill VS estern New Yolk Cattaraugus, New York ,x Y X ' .g..:..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..3..g..:.. . - 0 ' W I T' ' f' " T . ' 7 I 1 A , . 4 4 I 0 J 1 J ' . . L 1 L J Y Y 1 ' 4 K . n L ' of ' Y . l , 5 '4 ' D X - Q A V 0 ' 4 T J 4 Au ' r I le " - 1 ' ' 9 ! , . 4 d . ll 2 .A , J r 1 1 y ,- ' 9 , . . . . , , . X . 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