Deposit Central High School - Acorns Yearbook (Deposit, NY)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 68
Pages 6 - 7
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We are grateful to Mrs Ondrejovich in many ways
Not only has she been a swell teacher but her advice
and assistance on the yearbook staff and in other phases
of school life have been invaluable Her unfailing
friendship and sense of humor has endeared her to all
To Mrs Ondrejovich we W1Sh to say, Thanks a Milli
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As young braves and raidens in the year l9N7, we
began our high school life with Mr Bilow as our advisor
Through four active years he has been our friend and
counselor although there were many moments when he may
have wanted to give us back to the Indians Because of
his untiring effort during our high school years, we
feel this is one way in which we can show our appreci
ation It is with great sincerity that we dedicate
the 1951 Acorns in his honor
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We were sent to Washington to represent the Koo Koose CDepos1tD
Indian Reservation in a private pow wow with Chief Truman
On our return to the reservation we were greeted by Chieftan Nancy
Andresen with her buck Otto We were then introduced to three fair maid
namely Shirley Block Hedy Zandt and Alice Perry Ugh are those
tons we hear in the distance? Ah yes Orel Orvis is sending a message
around to all members of the tribe of 1951 to come to the annual reunion
t the round house from which we graduated Of course John Conklin will
ve some trouble getting there because he is stationed at Lookout Moun
as a Forest Ranger looking for smoke signals from his lost buddies
Skillman Dick Hawthorne and Ronnie Conklin who have been sent on
special mission to capture photographer Harold Secrest, who took plc-
tures of our secret secret which is too secret to mention Fred Edwards
overcome by graduation has to be taken over to medicine man Doris Comer'
tent where her assistant Alice Axtell will soon have Fred on the road to
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te scurry past
magic charms We were received in the tent by chief
Smith who told us the medicine man was in conference
who has charge of all the papooses We saw a flash of
the door as Pat Rutledgeland Barbara Shanly rushed to
ffer pills to Dale McElroy the Hiawatha of 1951 Upon leaving the med
clne man's tent we are greeted with a heap big 'How' from squaws Betty
DeRose and Marcella Page They tell us that Marian Menzel and Louise
Fargo are teaching their children the A B C's of Indian language while
Dick Lee offers religious instruction to the children and.Georg1anna East
wood is dleticlan of the Long House Upon inquiring about Jeanne Boyer
we are told she is teaching at St Mary's in Binghamton Betty Lynch is
editor in chief of the new magazine 'How to Get Your Brave ' Warren
Scofield and Viola Sherman are the willing and well paid accountants of
the firm Anna Mae Rlfe is the right hand man because of her secretarial
abilities Anna Mae and Betty were doing a big scoop of the entertaining
w w v ted them The main stars were Carole Schmidt and Phil
field here e isi
Potterg both famous for their fire dance and Indian love calls. Ed Thomas
and Sam,Swart accompanied by Joan Griffin are rapidly rising to fame. If
you haven't heard them sing with Joan at the piano, you better do it be-
fore tickets are as hard to get as the 'South Pacific' tickets. Bill Weiss
ls their press agent and due to him the boys are going to get a lot of pub-
llcity soon. Richard Buck takes care of all wam um that just seems to flow
in the box office. Speaking of wampum we understand that people are very
careful when they deal with Noel Hauser. They examine any wampum they re
celve with great care. It seems Noel has been trying to discover a new
way of making wampum. But he won't succeed because Jim Eagan is on his
trail. Undercover, of course. John Cunningham inspects the milk from the
dairy farms of Foster Bullis, Clayt Gifford and Vern Lobdell. Richard
Mills rides a 'mean' horse on the pony express route, while Ramon Oralls
fixum up 'mean' horse when horse is sick. Bill Sim ons makum big wnoopee
with ufairn maidens. Graydon Schriver and Fred Seymour are heap big hunt-
s of tribe. What-um-hunt? Who knows?
The long house is silent now, the pow-vows of our tribe are gone. Mr.
Bllow our advisor, is now spending happy days smoking the peace pipe with
our other teachers.
Ie, the heap big tribe of '51, do make this our last whoop and yahoo
of our old stamping ground, the D C S reservation, and leave um the
following to the remaining Indians of the reservation
'Red Eagle' Axtell do leave um the heap big privilege of being the only
scalp maiden in the Senior Tribe to Norma Schultz
'Eagle Head' Weiss leave um big ability to make flying birds to
'Butterfly Girl' Shanly do leave um the heap big Job of note taker
the Indian Council to Ann Smith
'Buffalo Eye' Orvis leave um his ability to drive a horseless carrlag
'Evening star' Lynch leave um her chair and place in the Indian Or
chestra to Norma Bryce to remember her by
'Red near' CRonnyD Conklin leave um his naught to tiny brave, Bob
'Running Wolf' Edwards leave um his horseless carriage 'Leaping
to Richard Knoeller
'White Swan' Andresen leave um her heap big position as the first to
become Indian squaw to Loretta Brvce
'Singing Bird' Smith leave wmher heap good alto voice to Elaine Lov
Joy so she can have big time harmonizing with herself
'Tall Elk' Swart leave um his place in Indian Chorus to Bob Strong
'Working Girl' Rutledge leave um her b1gjOb f take um tickets at
house to Sandy Clift who will now have um fu l time Job
'Young Hawk' Schriver leave um his shy ways to Dean Wood
ittle Rosebush' Griffin leave um her place as note pounder for the
ian Chorus to Marilyn an
'Yellow Head' Eagan leave um heap nice smile to Paul VanValkenburg f
winning approval of maiden
'Rainblrd' Rite leave um commercial ability to Audrey Cummings to ad
'Whirlwind' Lee leave um his heap big Job as Chief of Indian Council
'Great Thunder' Sherman leave-um her heap big job of trying to compe
th Dick Knoeller to Rocky Conklin.
'Eagle Hunter' Thomas leave-um his heap big ways with Indian maidens
to Bob .
Tociggoguture squaws of America, 'Snowbird' DeRosa leave-um the walk
to the squaws' tepee of learning on cold winter mornings.
'Morning Star' Comer leave-um her dark hair to June Schmitz, which
leaves the tribe of '51 with one scalped Indian Maiden.
'Walking Bear' McElroy leave-um his ability to play-um on the reservatio
football team to John Burns.
'Laughing Water' Block leave-um her laugh to Phyllis Davie to add to
'White Flower' Fargo leave-um her rank on the reservation tribe year-
book to Natalie Smith.
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'Little Beaver' Hawthorne leave um his heap big ability to get um good
marks to Eric Mendel to add um to his owm
'Twlnkllng Star' Perry leave um her nice smile to Dorothy Page to put
um with her own
'Speedy en Feet' Henzel leave um ner basketball ability te Sherry De e
To um Robert Deian we leave um 'Tall Bear' Seymour's heap big
'Panther' Decker leave um his heap big wrestling ability to-um Fr
'Bright Eyes' Schmidt leave um her ability to draw um pretty pictures
to Betty Stanton
'Ink in Blood' Potter leave um her Job as heap big Indian head of the
paper to June Baker
ring Plenty' Cunningham leave um his ability to take um a
less carriage apart lat least he can get it apartlb to Alan Suter
'Sunlight' Zandt leave um her charge um of little papooses to Beatrice
Reynolds and Betty 1n!ourette It will um take both of them to take her
'Hiawatha' Uohnl Conklin leave um his heap big ability to stay um out
D G S reservation to Hank Raymond
'Red Feather' Skillman leave um his plenty good varsity basketball uni
orm to un Smitty Sllter
To Sally Sllter we leave um 'No Say Much' Hart1n's quiet ways
'Samoset' Scofield leave um his silly laugh to um Lauren Allnio CAl
enough ne aoesnw need 11:7
'Swift Canoe' Hauser leave ul his curly scalp-um to Bob Tlngley
Ed 'Sunbird' Eastwood leave um her love for square dancing to um Madalyn
'Raclng Feather' Hills leave um his way to drive a motorcycle to Art
'Twinkllng Keys' Boyer leave um her deep appreciation for good music to
'Smiling Brave' Gifford leave um the heap big nickname of 'Clayt' to
'Bluebird' Page leave um her pleasing Indian personality to Louise
Reynolds to make her own all the nicer
To Donald Duhond we leave um 'Buffalo Calf' Bullis heap famous saying
'Walk at Night' Lobdell leave um his big job of caring for chdckens
the feathered k1ndl fUgh!J to Warren Whitehead.
'Smiling Feather' Secrest leave-um his nice smile to Adolf Shaeffer.
'Two Foot' Buck leave-um his heap big ability to get along with teachers
in D. C. S. reservation to Friend Decker.
'Long Feather' Simmons leave um long ride on horseless carriage morning
and night to-um Jack Greenman.
To all the other little braves, maidens, and papooses we leave 'Heap
Big Smoke But No F1re.'
To-um all in class of 1952, eave um soft chairs in hall of study,
right to catch-um up on anyt may not such long school hours, elevators
in new school, and our good report card. Wish-um best of luck
on new Reservation. '
Tribe of '51 Tour of Washington D C
Third Moon 27th-30th Suns 1951
Tuesday, Third Moon 27th Sun
Sunrise Leave-um-Deposit home reservation by way of Erie Railroad, special
Ironhorse We catch-um-look of grounds and tepees of Rutgers University
and also spires of Princeton University Cplaces where white men learn muchJ
We travel on to chief reservations of New Jersey and Trenton where we cross
waters of Delaware. Later, crossing waters of the Schuylkill we get good
view of city of Ph1ladelph1a's Art Museum Qplace where many paintings hang
on wallsj and the tepees of University of Pennsylvania We tour-um Balti-
more in fine sightseeing cars Chorseless carriages of latest type! We also
visit Annapolis and State Capital built in 1772 We arrive in Washington
We stay in big hotel We eat big feast at hotel More horseless carriages
carry us to Lincoln Memorial and then to Congressional Library to see fine
constitution of United States, Declaration of Independence and Gutenberg
Bible We then cross street to see beautiful Capitol flood lighted and our
carriage takes us up Pennsylvania Avenue and around White House to hotel
lbig, big tepee to my red brothersl
Wednesday, Third Moon 28th Sun
Small feast in morning at big tepee We take um sightseeing cars to Bureau
of Printing and Engraving, Pan American Building, D A R Memorial Continental
Hall, National Red Cross, Corcoran Art Buildings, and the White House W
travel up-um Constitution Avenue, pass um Department of Justice and National
Archives building to the Cap1t01 Red brothers and self visit to House of
Representatives and Senate We travel back to big tepee After eating lunch
in hotel we tour um residential Washington We see-um houses of late Pre
idents, Wilson and Taft and house of Admiral Dewey and other noted braves
houses We visit old city of Alexandria where the Washington family attendee
services Mount Veron and Wash1ngton's tomb were also on our schedule
That ni ht we had big feast at place called Casino Royal We see squaws do
dances floor show! Free night to do what brothers want to
Thursday, Third Moon 29th Sun
sonian Institute where we see each Presidents' squaw's dress that she wore
the day of her ch1ef's inauguration We also see boats from early times
kinds of wagons and horseless carriages L1ndbergh's 'Spirit of St Louisu
and other metal birds We also visit Washington Monument and then return to
hotel After noon meal we are taken to the Department of Justice Then we
travel through northeast section of Washington to Shrine of Immaculate Con-
ception and Franciscan Monastery, where reproductions of Holy Land can be
seen This ends the tour for the day and we Indigng return to hotel for
meal The night is free to do what we want
Friday, Third Moon 30th Sun
We Indians off for our last day in Washington We go to the Ford Theater
where Lincoln was ehot,to the National Gallery of Art to view famous paint
ings and sculpture collections and finally to the Freer Art Gallery After
lunch we take trip to Maryland to see fine homes and villages We say fair
well to Baltimore and make fast tracks by Special Ironhorse We Indians
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The tribe of '51 passes the peace pipe to the following big chiefs
of the D C S reservation
To Miss Pryle we leave a television set so she won't get lonesome
waiting for her students between classes
To Mrs Lynch we leave our gratitude for being so patient with us in
To Mrs Hood we leave the hope of earning enough wampum for big trip
To Mr Zaengle we bequeath five toothpicks, three matches and two
To Miss Kelly we leave Dick Mills' careful driving habits
To Mr Tracy we leave the unpaired braves of our tribe to be disposed
of as he sees fit
To Coach Bieber we leave s set of fingernails to be used next year
To Miss Wheeler and Miss Valentine we leave a modern up-to date music
room For what? To make music naturally
To Mr Wight we leave the new Sherlock Holmes mystery NThe Case of the
Missing Scorekeeper U
To Miss McCormick we leave 'Now ls the time for all good men to come
to the aid of their party u Typing students will appreciate this
To Mr Gadbow we leave what acting ability we have to be used in
next years Senior Play
To Mr Bilow we leave our appreciation for being our advisor these
four trying years
To Mrs Ondrejovich we leave heap big thanks for being swell teacher
and good sportum
To Mrs Millward we leave our inability for everyone to get 1001 in
to the next class I wonder why?
To Mr Pluta a thank you for paving the paths for our future
To Miss Estabrook we leave heap big Wampum from library fines
To Mr Giles we leave a new set of library books
To Mrs Mattison we leave Johnny Cunn1ngham's old car so she can
make heap big smoke when traveling between schools
To Mr McLen1then we leave a suit of armor to protect him from reckle
To Miss Bywater we leave a uStage Coach' to be used as a means of
to New Jersey
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Young girl of 17
Boy trying to win Angie
Her oldest sister
Her older sister
Her impish sister
Her jealous friend
The Senior Play is an annual event for the Senior Class The play we
decided to produce was Seventeenth Summer , adapted for the stage by Maur
T e cast was chosen and rehearsals started under the excellent direc
tx n of Mr Gadbow bor eight long weeks we labored Rehearsals were not
smooth going and the cast was often tired Through the patience of Mr
Gadbow, we weathered the storm
Opening night arrived, and everybody's knees were shaking After the
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