Elba Central School - Revue Yearbook (Elba, NY)

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by The Revue 1936 E. H. S. T b p bl hed ann Hy h S dent Bod Dedication a We dedicate this oar jirst annual in loving vnernory of Mr. Brennen, our former Principal, tno express openly oar yappfecag tion of his many years of mseszpsh yfaidance' and devoted service.. ' ' - K na f ' W Foreword We hope that you will always enjoy 'reading t'The Revue". Although this 'is our first attempt to publish a year book, we hope to improve each year with your 6'I1,C01l'l'flg6- ment. Standing-Genevieve Pelz, Mfidolyn Hackett, Reida Burton. Jean Boyce, Helen lVigton, Leonard Burr, Paul Zambito, Harriet Calxirco. Margery Stoney. Seated-Genevieve Ess, Richard Reiss. Linn Calzirco, Darwin Clark, Pauline Zanlbito. RH1'1llO1lCl Peters, Philippa Zzunbito, The Revue Staff Editor . Lina Calarco A5555 Ecliftor Darwin Clark Bfztsmess . Richard ,Reiss AcZ've1'tis'mg Pliilipa Zainbito - , Harriet Calarco Athletics Paul Zainbito Activities i Helen lYigton Jean Boyce PZl0f0HWP7W . Genevieve Ess LWWWCLI - Pauline Zainbito AN - Raymond Peters J 01065 - Francis Riehenbacli Calffmlfw' . Leonard Burr 5'Gf'W'S - Madolyn Hackett Jzmfzors . Genevieve Pelz S0Z97lf0W'0V6S Reida Borton Freshmen Four Margery Stoney I H555 VR M 'I xf V U 'ff 3' N -i ff A , Administration and Seniors First Row-Ernest Day, Roy Rowcliff. Second Row-Roy Porter, Harry Bonney, YVil1iau1 ESS, Lester Gillsrd, Board of Education Wfe wish to express our greatest appreeia-tion to the Boa-rd of Eclfueatfioh for erctemlmg our course of study into 'l'26'lU .Helds and also for om' gyhmasiitwh which has helped broczcleen our eavtmt-e1l.rrie1cta.r activities. First Row-Mr. L. H. Benton. Mrs. Eliz. Cornwell, Mrs. Edith Talbot, Miss Blanche England, Mr. George Talbot, Mr. Carroll Johnson. Second Row-Miss Mildred Shephard, Mrs. Edith Burr, Mr. H. XV. Vanderhnof, Miss Helen Wvalters, Miss Mary Fisher. Faculty We wish to thank the faculty for their interest cmd spolzsorsh-ip of our many eaztra-curricula r activities. Se wen g, x s I , ?5If7z:ifuE'zf, 2, 112 .. iiiififfllfifl-'fif' f 4, pa:f,1,u'5,aw, V1 ,W4f'7'? f 5 ':, y5+,?,'ff'fl11.v" 'ff 'bv 4 '57Cf,7,f5',- ,' ' , I ft, ' . 1 ,f 1 ' wiv, -, ' -f 'f Hfvf -i f , - f'f-5143644-' fr' . ' Q A ,- fiafaw-,sf 195691: me ,' , 1 5-srzpffffgr---12 4. 33, ,- k , fpwsfq. Q, I f V Nw 'W , s x 2 4 ff, X771 f X i , W If X l 1 I f A ffff f" Q. 4 1 ' 'QQ' 1: '- ei T 2 .vi ve- f 'el ' ".,,.3r' " J' 1 air " '- 'ff 407' ' 1 few . L- .1 ffjfm-',. , 5 gf-ggi ' 3 ay "3 Zfwr 4 3 Ulf, ' wfff ' if 1 l W Q 1 if , 1 . ufgfjawv H- -749 .. Z l"fj,,' hi '. vi Eight LUCILLE BRIDGE Glee Club-1, 2. Ticket Manager of Plays-2 Ambition-Stewardess. ELMA BURR Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Dramatics-4, 5. Class Treasurer-3. Play-2, 3, 4. Orchestra-4. Oracle Staff-5. Ambition-Child Training. LEONARD BURR Speaking Contest-4. Basketball-1, 2, 4. Baseball Manager-3. Baseball-1, 2, 4. Student Council-3, 4. Class President-3. Class Treasurer-2. Rifle Club-3. Vice-President-3. Play-2, 3, 4. Ambition-Undecided. WILMA BURR Speaking Contest-3, 4. Oracle Staff-4. Play-2, 3, 4. Dramatics-4. Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball-1, 2. Class Treasurer-1. Class Secretary-4. Ambition-Beauty Culturist LINA CALARCO Glee Club-1, 2, 3. Student Council-3. Plays-2, 3, 4. Speaking Contest-3, 4. Revue Staff-4. Class President-2. Vice President-1. Class Treasurer-3, 4. Library Club-4. Ambition-Undecided. DARXVIN CLARK Speaking Contest-3, 4. Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4. Revue Staff-4. Orchestra-1, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club-2, 3. Plays-2, 3, 4. Rifle Club-3 4., Class Vice President- Class Secretary-3. 4. Ambition-Transport Pilot. HARRY COUGHLIN Assistant Basketball Manager- Basketball Manager-4. Play-2, 3, 4. Student Council-4. Rifle Club-4. Glee Club-2, 3. Ambition-Undecided. WILLIAM COVINGTON Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. Band-3, 4. Speaking Contest-4. Ambition-Agriculturist. 3. . N ine ' g 5 -"icy 439 'f' . i ' ' C1 mf fin:-M3f"'i1 29,51-If ' 5.1, , 415 ' V f ve ,. .,. f.. ,iff ,Q 18 gjzff- , 'i Q 'Eji9' j1.,g452 .fl -4 f N' a 1. mia' .' . f . . " 143' ,f-, 2434! - - . 'fl gfffgtf' 4 ,13 'Q 4 5' gg! - . v1ifQ:." , - tx- 1' 1 , Ten GENEVIEVE ESS Revue Staff-4. Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. Speaking Contest-3, 4. Band-2, 3, 4. Orchestra-2, 3, 4. Plays-2, 3, 4. Library Club-4. Ambition-To teach French. MAD OLYN I-IACKETT Revue Staff-4. Dramatics-4. Student Council-2. Basketball-1, 2. Plays-2, 3, 4. Class Reporter-2. Class Secretary-1. Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. Speaking Contest-3, 4. Ambition-Business Woman. CARLTON HUNDREDMARK Oracle Staff-4. Orchestra-1, 2, 3, 4. Band-3, 4. Speaking Contest-4. Class President-1, 4. Vice President-2, 3. Student Council-2, 3. Basketball Manager-2. Plays-2, 3, 4. Ambition-Business Man. VIOLA KIRKPATRICK Speaking Contest-3, 4. Plays-2, 3, 4. Dramatics-4. Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. Class Secretary-2. Class Treasurer-1. Assistant Basketball Manager-3. Basketball Manager-4. Basketball-2. Band-3, 4. Orchestra-3, 4. Ambition-Child Training. Q WY - , .pg Inj: . -lS4..e5"' W 1, .I if 1 Q.: g , .. 1 ' if JOHN MOTZ Rifle Club-3. Ambition-Undecided. HARLOW PARKER Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council-4. Play-2, 3. Ambition-Coach. CORDELIA POST Speaking Contest-3. Student Council-4. Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball-2, 3, 4. Dramatics-4. Property Manager of Play-4. Library Club-4. Play-2, 3, 4. Ambition-Physical Instructor. RICHARD REISS Revue Staif-4. Rifie Club-4. Ambition-Undecided. I , it 1' i i 'xx i i , 1 I L , , P 1 Eleven v f r If I ff l CLIF ORD SIMMONS Basketball Manager-5. Play-2, 3, 4. Glee Club- Ambition-Undecided. ,l ' . N HOWARD WALDRON . 9 Baseball-1, 2. Play-2, 3, 4. RiHe Club-3. Ambition-Forest Ranger. PHILIPPA ZAMBITO Plays-2, 3. Class Reporter-1. Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. 2 'A ' 1, ' Dramatics-4. 4 Y ' Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. V V Library-5. L' Revue Staff-4. Speaking Contest-3 4. 'l" Ambition-Manager of a Dress Shop Twelve Color-G1'ee11 and Silver. MONO-Tonight we launch, VVl1e1'e shall we anchor? Flower-Daffodil. Aclvisov'-Mrs. Talbot. was FRUM xf a 5 W' Z sw 2 - ff . x Classes First Row-Pauline Zambito, Rita Crane, Helen lVigt0n, Ruth Grice. Marguerite Dorf. Second Row-Charlotte Andrews, Genevieve Pelz, Diana YVetterh:1lm, Virginia Dash, Franklin Cosway. Third Row-Lois Chapell, Frank Gavel, La Verne Shucknecht, Miss England, Elton Schiller, Robert VVigt0n, Jean Boyce. The Junior Class OFFICERS Presvlclent . . Lois Chapell Vice Presiclerzt Pauline Zainbito Sew'e1fa1'y . Rita Crane TTGGSWGV . Robert llligton R62M'eSem5aftifue.S Vulguua Dash Laverne Sliucknecht Fourteen z 'www' Q First ROIF-D0l'Otll1' Geungon, Sherwood Grnlium, Frank Culurco, Duane Porter, Stanley Balube. Second ARou--Lelia Shepherd, Jerome Geissler, Reimlax Burton, Ruth Motz, XVilma Bruyley, Vivian Bovce. Xsvlllllil Nutting. Third Razr-Mr. Johnson, Francis Ricllenbaoh, Frmiklin Borton, Lucille Kirkfnltrick, Janet Schiller. Hester Coughlin, Joseph Vereecken, Vernon Boyce. The Sophomore Class OFFICERS Presficlent . Lucille Kirkpatrick Vice President . Duane Porter Secretary Vlihna Brayley Treasirrer . . Reicla Borton . I I- Hester Couffhlin Re pl e.s entatw es Joseph Vergfecken Fifteen First Row-Dorothy Crane, Clarice Stoney, Chas. Foster, Eugene Roth, Alex Kohn, Howard Roda, Doris Griee. Second Ron'-Raymond Peters, Jane Bonney, Neil Shukneckt. Robert Reiss, Paul Zambito, Harriet Calarco, Betty Cornwell, Adelhert Snell, Marian lValclron. John Langlnaid. Third Row-Mr. Benton, Alfonso Vigneri, Betty Schuler, Mary YVatsou, Robert Boyce, Beulah Eichler, Margery Stoney, Mary Tretter, Norma Snell, Donald Coughlin. Presiclemf Vice Presiclen-t Sec1'etcw'y . T'I'6fLS7L7'67' Representatives Class Advisor Simleen The Freshman Class OFFICERS Harriet Calarco Mary Tretter Margery Stoney Betty Cornwell Clarice Stoney Paul Zambito L. H. Benton Q 5 6504? 2213-lvl xf db 5 Q 2 fm 4 - fi . K A t' 'r' The Band Tap Ron'-June Ruck, Carlton Hnnrl1'ed1nark, Earl XVatson. Lueielle Kirkpatrick, Elinor Driggs, Xvllliillll Kirkpatrick, Vivian Kirkpatrick. Helen Baker. Second Row-Ralph Gillarrl, Robert Cosway, Carmelo Calarco, Brenda Dorf, Virginia Dash. Betty Sehuler, Marie Cflllifllllll, Leon XXv1ltS0ll. Third Row-John Gillarcl, Tony Zainbito, Lois Chapell, XVil1ia1n Covington, Frank Gavel, Betty Cornwell, Mary XVatson, Hester Coughlin. Fourth, .R0'101Xxl21ll'91' Millis, Arlene Day, .lane Bonney, Helen lVigton, Catherine Motz. James Palermo, Dorothy Day, Genevieve W , l The Orchestra Back rom fFI'0lll left to I'lgllf,-ClIi'll'li-BS Foster. Helen XVigton, Elma Burr. Lelin Shephard, Mrs. Morrison, Darwin Clark, Genevieve Flss, Elinor Driggs, Jessie lVigton, Virginia Dash, Hester COll2,'llllll, Carlton Iillllfl1'0fllIllll'lC, Lneeille Kirkpatrick. xvlllllllll Covington, Lois Chapell, Harriet Culareo, June Ruek, Paul Monaehino. Front Row CFFOIII right to leftl-Edwin Pelz, Paul Monachino, Mary Vlntson, Tony Zumbito, Betty Cornwell, Brenda Dorf. Dorothy Day, .lane Bonney, Carmelo Calurco, Robert lVigt0I1r Theresa Arena, Margery Porter. l i The Glee Club I-'irsf Ron'-Pliililvpa Zalnlsitn. Durotliy Vraiw. Philip Bi-rglin. Ruth Mutz. Iflsflmm NVigtun. Cordelia Post. Ruth Gricv. Reilla Crane. t'la1'i1'v Stunuy. .Ivan Bnyml. Nevond Rau'-Lucville Kirkpatrick. Betty Cornwall, Lois l'ha1wl, Leila Sliulxlwrfl. Pauline Zam- hito. Genevieve Ess, Imrutliy Ge-nag.:nn. Doris Gricv. Harriot i'5liZl1'Cli, Elma Barr. Vivian Boyce. Third Ron'-Euga-ne Ruth. Jane Bonney. K'li:u'luttv Andrews. iQf'l10VlPVl' Pvlz. M:n'g:s-ry Stniwy, Janet Sc-lniler. Hester Uouglilin. Marlulyn Hackvtr. Xxvillllll Burr. Nurina Snell, Mary NVatson, Betty Schiller, Elton Selinler. Fourth Rolf-Cllarlcs Foster. Gl1llPX'iPX'l' Vanrlerl'uest. Marggnorito Dorf. Virginia Dash, Xvillllil Xutting. Mrs. Murrismi. Diana XVOif0l'ilAlilll. Mary T11-ttor. Marion NYal1lrun, Mr. Vanclerlxouf. Frank Gavel. - Fifih Roar-Jusepli Yerpeclieii. Stanley Baulw. Rolvert Cusway, Rulu-rt Boyce. Sllerwuurl Graham, Duane Porter. Franklin Burtun. H0114-wt XYig.qtnn. The Paper Staff Standing-Jane Bonney, Jean Boyce, Elma Burr, Brenda Dorf, xvlllllll Burr, Lucoille Kirk patrick, YVi1ma Nntting. Seated-Ma1'gex'y Porter. enevwve .'.', patrick, Rayrnoncl Peters, Miss Shepliarrl. G ' E'-s Carlton H1mrl1'e:lma1'k, Robert NVigton, Vivian Kirk First Razr-Paul Zambito. Clarice Stoney, Laverne Shucknecht, Miss England, Cordelia Post. Joseph Vereecken, Lelia Shepherd. Second Ron--Amsden Howland, Hester Coughlin, Leonard Burr, Virginia Dash. Harlow Parker. Student Council .ACHIEVEMENTS 1. Had charge of basketball games. 2. Appropriated money for baseball and basketball equipment. 3. Built lockers for both dressing rooms. 4. Built electric score board. ' 5. Arranged the price of season tickets tor basketball games. 6. Sponsored contest for season ticket. 7. Appointed cheer leaders, ass't managers, bat boys. 8. Awarded 15 letters for basketball. 9. Arranged activity period once a week. 10. Arranged a definite assembly program with a permanent com- mittee. 11. Oflicers were nominated from the student body. 12. Sponsored sale oi' magazines and seeds. 13. Appropriated 9525 for the Annual. 14. Appointed paper staH. 7'u'cn 111-four X EEFR M Z xf S PHC- Q 'ff K as 5 g .aw 6 . x Activities The Band Top Rozr-June Huck, Carlton Iil1llfll'9Ii1llH.l'k, Earl XVatson. Lucielle Kirkpatrick, Elinor Driggs, YVillia1n Kirkpatrick, Vivian Iil1'kl721tI'lCii, Helen Baker. Second Row-Ralph Gillarfl. Robert Cosway, Carmelo Galarco. Brenda Dorf, Virginia Dash, Betty Schuler, Marie Coughlin, Leon XVatson. Third Row-John Gillarcl, Tony Zillllibltll, Lois Chapell, XVillian1 Covington, Frank Gavel, Betty Cornwell, Mary lYatson, Hester Coughlin. Fourth RowhYValter Millis, Arlene Day, Jane Bonney, Helen lVigton, Catherine Motz. James Palermo, Dorothy Day, Genevieve Ess. The Orchestra Back 'row .fFrom left. to V1'ig:l1tJ-Cllarles Foster. Helen NVigt011, Elma Burr, Lelia Shephard, Mrs. lllorrisonl, Darwin Clark, Genevieve ESS, Elinor Driggs, Jessie Nvigton, Virginia Dash, Hester cffllllfilllll, Carlton Hunrlreflmark, Lneeille Kirkpatrick, hvlliiillll Covington, Lois Chapell, Harriet Calarco, June Huck, Paul Monaehino. Front Ifow fFl'Olll right to leftj,-Edwin Pelz, Paul lilonuchino, Mary XVatson, Tony Zambito, Betty Lornwell, Brenda Dorf, Dorothy Day, Jane Bonney, Carmelo Calareo, Robert Wigton, Theresa Arena, Margery Porter. The Glee Club I-'irsi Razr-Pliilippai Zuniliitu, Imrntliy l,'rauu-. Philip Bei-glin. Ruth Klutz, Helen XYigtun, Cordelia Post. Ruth Grin-e. Reifln Crane, Ulziriee Stuney, .Ir-:in Buyre. Ncvond Hour-Luc-eille Kirkpzitrick. Betty Cornwell, Luis Ulizipel. Leila Slieplierrl, Pniiliin- Zum- lvitu. Genevieve Rss. Iiuruthy Genzigun. Doris Grive. Harriet 1':ila1reu, lfllnni Burr. Viviun Boyce. Third Hour-Eugene Ruth. .lane Bonney. Chzirlrvtte Andrews. Gem-vieve P1-lz, 1I1ll'j.fI'1'X Stoney. Janet Schiller. Hester Cnngxhlin. Mzululyn I'I:ir'livtt. xvlllllil Burr. N0l'lll1l Snell, Mziry lV:1tsun, Betty Schuler. Elton SClllll9l'. Fourth R0ll'1l,'ll2l1'lL'S Fuster. Genevieve Vaincler Puest. 1IZl.l',LflIl'1'lt9 Dorf, Virginia Dash, llvlllllil Nutting. Mrs. Morrison. lbizinzi XVOtf0l'llIllHl. Mary Trotter. Marion NX':ilrlrun, Mr. Vzinderlnmf. Frank Gavel. I-'iffh Ron'-Juse1xlx Vereeeken. Stanley Buulle. Robert Cuswziy, Robert Boyce, Slierwmul Graham, Dunne Porter. Franklin Burton. Rulwert XYig.:tnn. The Paper Staff Standing-Jane Bonney, Jean Boyce, Elma Burr, Breniln Dorf, Xxvlllllil Burr. Luceille Kirk- patrick, YVi1ma Nutting. Seated-Margery Porter, Genevieve Ess, Carlton fIl1TlClI'QIllD2U'k, Robert XVigton, Vivian Kirk- patrick, Raymond Peters, Miss Sllepllarcl. First Razr-Paul Zainhitn. Clarice Stoney, Laverne Shucknecht. Miss England. Cordelia Post. Joseph Vereecken, Lelia Shepherd. Second Ron--Ainsden Howland. Hester Cllllglllilly L1-w11211'Cl Bl11'1', Vifgilliil DIISII- Harlow Parker. Student Council ACHIEVEMENTS 1. Had charge oi' basketball games. 2. Appropriated money for baseball and basketball equipment. 3. Built lockers for both dressing rooms. 4. Built electric score board. 5. Arranged the price of season tickets for basketball games. 6. Sponsored contest for season ticket. 7. Appointed cheer leaders, ass't managers, bat boys. 8. Awarded 15 letters for basketball. 9. Arranged activity period once a week. 10. Arranged a definite assembly prograin with a permanent. com- mittee. 11. Olticers were nominated 'troin the student body. 12. Sponsored sale of magazines and seeds. 13. Appropriated 3325 for the Annual. 14. Appointed paper staff. T'u'en1y-fo 111' 594 -54452 l l f NI Blllftlll,cllllll'll'S1?USt0l'. Firxt Ron'-Mr. Jolxusou. Mr. Tzlllrut. Mr. Vander mo . , r. L Sevond Ron'-Edwin Snell. Robert Cnswuy. Ilounlcl ihrugxlllin, Paul Zzunlrito, XVz1lter Millis. Franklin Burton. Tony Zxuulmitu. Frank Florentine. Third RDlFT1lIlll2l2lS YnmlerPoest. Robert Boyce, Arlellrert Snell. Dunulcl Cuugxlllin, Joseph P II l 'Dilcln-r. Vereecken. Rollanrl Sc-huler. Clmrles etty. - nr ep Boy Scouts Scout Masfer . Mr. Talbot Mr. Benton Mr. Vanderhoof 41.9.97 Scout Masters . Mr. Johnson Franklin Borton Joseph Vereecken Scribe Ass yf . . . Hou-mls Pufrol Leader Joseph Vereecken Eagles Pclllfrol Leader Robert Boyce TfVary Vffolf Patrol Leader .... Duane Porter The Scouts' acconlplislnnents This year have included +L suppers, a Weiner roast and many hikes. There are 28 lnenlbers. Tzreufy-f71'e i i First Row-Lina Calarco, Philippa Zainlrito, Phyllis Berglin, Genevieve Ess, Cordelia Post, Rita Crane, Ruth Grice. Marguerite Dorf. .lean Boyce. Second Row-Ernest Richenbach, Robert XVigton, Sherwood Graham, Darwin Clark, Richard Reiss, Duane Porter, Charles Foster, Franklin Horton, Harley Dilcher. Tlzirrl Ron:-Ronald SCl1lllCl'. Charlotte Andrews, Janet SClllll91', Elma Burr. Diana lVetter- hahn, XVilma Brayley, Lois Chapell, Madolyn Hackett. Robert Boyce. Fourth Ifouv-Dorothy Crane, Xvllfllil Nutting, Mr. Talbot, Mrs. Talbot. Miss England. Pauline Zamhito, Genevieve Pelz, Xxylllllil Burr, Mary Tretter. Clubs RIFLE CLUB The Rifle Club, which was organized under Mr. Talbot, ineets every Thursday night. lts oliieers are as follows: Presiflezzt ...... Robert lVigto11 Vice Presirlemf . Franklin Borton Secremimy afncl Treasfmei' Duane Porter There are twelve nieinbers. 0 The scores needed for medals are as follows: Pro-marksman medal-10 targets-score on each out of a possible 50. Marksman inedal-10 targets-score 25 on each of a possible 50. lst Class medal-10 targets-score 30 on each out of a possible 50. Sharpshooter medal-10 targets with score of 35 on each of a possible 50. 500 medal-10 targets with Score of 40 in 4 positions. Four boys have won sliarpshooter medals : Franklin Borton, Robert lVigton, Darwin Clark and Ernest Richeubach. Twmzty-si.1: LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club was established by Mr. Talbot, the librarian, in September 1935. The otlicers are: Presidem' .... Genevieve Ess Vice President . Lina Calarco Secretary . Diana Wetterhahn Treasurer . .... Pauline Zanibito Reporter ...... Viola Kirkpatrick The other ineinbers are Cordelia Post, Genevieve Pelz, Phillippa Zanibito and Charlotte Andrews. Each nicinber olfliciates over the Lib- rary one period each day and helps students find references. The Club also catalogued new books. DB-AMATIC CLUB The Drainatic Club was organized this year. The oliicers are as follows: President-Ehna Burr, Vice President-Jean Boyceg Secre- tary-Cordelia Postg Treasurer-lVihna Burr. The club consists of 13 nieinbers. A constitution has been drawn up, one-act play presented and a scrapbook made. HOBBY CLUB The Hobby Club was organized under Mr. Talbot. It ineets on Wednesday' at 11:20. The members have inade pins, book ends, brace- lets and other novelties. The niernbers are: Rita Crane Jean Boyce lVihna Nutting Beulah Eichler lVilma Brayley Janet Schuler Dorothy Crane Ruth Grice Mary Tretter SPEAKING CONTESTS The Girls' Speaking Contest of Elba was held April 15th in the High School Auditorium. Eleven girls took part. These girls were Virginia Dash, Marguerite Dorf, Genevieve Pelz, Pauline Zainbito, Lois Chapell, Helen lVigton, Madolyn Hackett, Genevieve Ess, lViln1a Burr, Lina Calarco and Viola Kirkpatrick. The first prize of 5155.00 was given to Virginia Dash and the second prize of 5152.50 was given to Madolyn Hackett. The Boys' Speaking Contest of Elba was held April 22nd in the High School Auditorium. Seven boys took part. These boys were Amsden Howland, Leonard Burr, Carlton Hundredinark, Darwin Clark, Duane Porter, Robert Vlligton and lVilliani Covington. First prize was given to Leonard Burr and second prize to Ainsden Howland. OCTETTE The Girls' Octette was organized with Diana Vlletterhahn, Helen Vlfigton, Phyllis Berglin, Virginia Dash, Jean Boyce, Genevieve Ess, Madolyn Hackett and Viola Kirkpatrick. Tweniy-sc ven. Plays SENI, O R PLAY "Her Step Husband", a comedy in three acts by Larry E. Johnson was presented very successfully December 13th. Mary got herself into trouble. One of her lies that she and her husband were living in luxury, keeping a butler, reached the ears of her well-to-do aunt, who paid her an unexpected visit. Mary borrowed enough house furnishings to hide her poverty, and pressed her husband into service as the butler. As aunt had never seen or niet hubby it was necessary to trot out a husband for inspection. Mary dug up a quick witted stranger, who soon had then1 both in hot water. Not until aunty had maneuvered poor hubby to the very threshold of the jail, did Mary halt her wild pretending. CAST OF CHARACTERS Director-Mrs. Talbot Harvey Marshall CMary's permanent husbandj . .Carlton Hundredmark Dr. Gerald Niles tMary's husband pro teml ........., Leonard Burr Limpy Lannigan Can ex-convictj ...,....,, ....., D arwin Clark Officer Shea Can affable copj ..........,,, .. . Howard lValdron Mary Marshall tan incurable romanticistl .. ....., Genevieve Ess Sylvia Allen CMary's friendj ,........... Viola Kirkpatrick Florence Ainslee Cher cousinj ...... ' ..., Madolyn Hackett Miss Emily Paisley ther auntj ,... ..... X Vilma Burr Stella Cher maidj ....,.......,. . . . Lina Calarco JUNIOR PLAY A play was given by our class on May 15, 1936. The name of the play was "Moon River Ranchn. It is described as follows: CAST OlF CHARACTERS Director-Miss England Doc. Kennedy-Veterinary of Ranch .........,.. LaVerne Shucknecht Samantha Jane Carson-The Cook ...... ,...,. L ois Chapell Calamity Carson-Her son ............... ...... R obert YVigton Rayne Trevors-Foreman of the Ranch ..,... .... F ranklin Cosway Curley Fisk-Horse Foreman. ..,.....,...,........... Frank Gavel Jerry Sanford-Two Thirds Owner of Ranch .... ...... J ean Boyce Beatrice Havens-A friend of Jerry's ........ . . Genevieve Pelz Mary Scott-A novelist visiting the lVest .... ..... X Tirginia Dash Inez Holcomb-A friend of Jerry 's .,...... . . . Pauline Zambito Phyllis Taylor-A neighborhood girl ,.... .... B larguerite Dorf Mrs. Gregory-A ranch neighbor ..,. Diana lbletterlialin Sophie Gregory-Her daughter ..... ..,..., H elen Nvigton T111e11ty-nigh! U . .- Yrs", . !1J'J', ,, ff-.ii5f'?. First Hou'-Mr, Johnson. Mr. Talbot. Mr. Vuiulvvlioof. Mr. Ben Nev,-01111 ROII'-EIlXX'lll Snell. Robert l'oswuy, Donnlrl i'uu5:lilin, Franklin Burton. Tony Zzunlmito. Frank Fiorentino. l ton, l'l1n1'les l"oste1'. Paul Zzxmlmito, XV:1lte1' Millis, R Dun lu XYllHl9l'l.,1l9Yt Robert Bows- Arlellmert Snell. lhunnlml Conghlin, Joseph Third mr- 1 ga: 1 . . , ,, Vereec-ken. Rollanll Sc-hnlev, lflizirles Petty. Hurley l,llClll'l'. Boy Scouts Scout Mclsfer ASS? SCOZIZL Musfers Scribe 44.957 . . . Hozmzzls Pafrol Leader Eagles Patrol Leader Wczry Wolf Patrol Leader . . . . Mr. Talbot Mr. Benton Mr. Vanclerhoof Mr. Johnson Franklin Borton Joseph Vereeeken Joseph Vereeeken Robert Boyce . Duane Porter The Scouts' aeeoinplislnnents this year have included 4 suppers, a 1 Tl em 'ire 28 ineinhers. Weiner roast and IHEIHY hi ces. 1 'J 6 Tlreufy-J? vc Firsi Row-Lina Calareo. Philippa Zambito, Phyllis Berglin. Genevieve Ess, Cordelia Post, Rita Crane, Ruth Griee, Marguerite Dorf, .lean Boyce. Second R01DfEl'1l9St Richenbach, Robert XVigton, Sherwood Graham. Darwin Clark, Richard Reiss, Duane Porter, Charles Foster, Franklin Bortun, Harley Dilcher. Third Rauf-Ronald Schuler. Charlotte Andrews. Janet SClllllGl', Elma Bnrr, Diana XVetter- hnhn, XVilnia Brayley, Lois Chapell, Madolyn Hackett, Robert Boyce. Fourth ROIIT-DfJ1'Ofllj' Crane, 'Wilma Nntting. Mr. Talbot, Mrs. Talbot. Miss England. Pauline Zainhito, Genevieve Pelz, XVilma Burr. Mary Tretter. Clubs RIFLE CLUB The Riiie Club, which was organized under Mr. Talbot, ineets every Thursday night. Its officers are as follows: P7'CS'ifl677ft ...... Robert XVigton Vice Presiclefnt . Franklin Borton Secretfztvy and Treasurer Duane Porter There are twelve ineinbers. The scores needed for inedals are as follows: Pro-marksman medal-10 targets-score on each out of a possible 50. Marksman medal-10 targets-score 25 on each of a possible 50. lst Class medal-10 targets-score 30 on each out of a possible 50. Sharpshooter inedal-10 targets with score of 35 on each of a possible 50. 500 medal-10 targets with score of 40 in at positions. Four boys have won sharpshooter medals: Franklin Borton, Robert Vligton, Darwin Clark and Ernest Riehenbach. Twenty-sim LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club was established by Mr. Talbot, the librarian, in September 1935. The oliicers arc: President .... . Genevieve Ess Vice President . Lina Calarco S01'l'1'1'f1l'y . Diana NVPttt'l'lltllllI Treasurer ...... Pauline Zambito Rcporfcr . i ..... Viola Kirkpatrick The other 1ll0llllJE'l'S are tordelia Post, Genevieve Pelz, .Phillippa Zanibito and Charlotte Andrews. Each ineinber olhciates over the Lib- rary one period each 'day and helps students find references. The Club also catalogued new books. DRAMATIC CLUB The Draniatic Club was organized this year. The officers are as follows: President-Ehna Burr, Vice President-Jean Boyceg Secre- tary-Cordelia Post, Treasurer-XVihna Burr. The club consists of 13 ineinbers. A constitution has been drawn up, one-act play presented and a scrapbook made. HOBBY CLUB The Hobby Club was organized under Mr. Talbot. It meets on Wedliesday' at 11:20. The members have made pins, book ends, brace- lets and other novelties. The nieinhers are: Rita Crane Jean Boyce TVil1na Nutting Beulah Eichler XVilrna Brayley Janet Schuler Dorothy Crane Ruth Grice Mary Tretter SPEAKING CONTESTS The Girls' Speaking Contest of Elba was held April 15th in the High School Auditorium. Eleven girls took part. These girls were Virginia Dash, Marguerite Dorf, Genevieve Pelz, Pauline Zambito, Lois Chapell, Helen XVigton, Madolyn Hackett, Genevieve Ess, YVihna Burr, Lina Cala1'co and Viola Kirkpatrick. The first prize of 355.00 was given to Virginia Dash and the second prize of 952.50 was given to Madolvn Hackett. The Boys' Speaking Contest of Elba was held April 22nd in the High School Auditorium. Seven boys took part. These boys were Arnsden Howland, Leonard Burr, Carlton Hundredniark, Darwin Clark, Duane Porter, Robert Vligton and XVillia1n Covington. First prize was given to Leonard Burr and second prize to Anisden Howland. OCTETTE The Girls' Octette was organized with Diana VVetterhahn, Helen VVigton, Phyllis Berglin, Virginia Dash, Jean Boyce, Genevieve Ess, Madolyn Hackett and Viola Kirkpatrick. Twcni,3' veven Plays SENIOR PLAY t'Her Step Husband", a comedy in three acts by Larry E. Johnson was presented very successfully December 13th. Mary got herself into trouble. One of her lies that she and her husband were living in luxury, keeping a butler, reached the ears of her well-to-do aunt, who paid her an unexpected visit. Mary borrowed enough house furnishings to hide her poverty, and pressed her husband into service as the butler. As aunt had never seen or met hubby it was necessary to trot out a husband for inspection. Mary dug up a quick witted stranger, who soon had them both in hot water. Not until aunty had maneuvered poor hubby to the very threshold of the jail, did Mary halt her wild pretending. CAST OF CHARACTERS Director-Mrs. Talbot Harvey Marshall CMary's permanent husbandj . .Carlton Hundredmark Dr. Gerald Niles tMary's husband pro teml ...... . . . Leonard Burr Limpy Lannigan tan ex-convictj ...,....... ,.... D arwin Clark Officer Shea fan affable copj ...,.,........ .. Howard XValdron Mary Marshall Can incurable romanticistj ....,.,,., Genevieve Ess Sylvia Allen CMary,s friendj .V .,........., Viola iKirkpatrick Florence Ainslee Cher cousinj .....,,.,,. .. Madolyn Hackett Miss Emily Paisley ther auntj . . . .,,. XVilma Burr Stella ther maidj , ..,..l..,.... A... L ina Calarco JUNIOR PLAY A play was given by our class on May 15, 1936. play was "Moon River Ranch". It is described as CAST OF CHARACTERS Director-Miss England The name of the follows: Doc. Kennedy-Veterinary of Ranch ....,....... LaVerne Shucknecht Samantha Jane Carson-The Cook ....... Calamity Carson-Her son ......,l.,.,... Bayne Trevors-Foreman of the Ranch ..... . . Curley Fisk-Horse Foreman. ............ . Jerry Sanford-Two Thirds Owner of Ranch . . l Beatrice Havens-A friend of Jerry's ,..., Mary Scott-A novelist visiting the Mlest . . Inez Holcomb-A friend of J erry's ...,... Phyllis 'Taylor-A neighborhood girl ..l. Mrs. Gregory-A ranch neighbor .. Sophie Gregory-Her daughter . . . . Tlrenfjl-eight . . . . . Lois Chapell . . . Robert XVigton . Franklin Cosway . . . . Frank Gavel .,.... Jean Boyce Genevieve Pelz . . . . Virginia Dash . , Pauline Zanibito . Marguerite Dorf Diana XVetterhahn . . . . Helen Mfigton H Z?-M 3 Z xf 4-VEB XE? ax 5 0 4. W Q 6 3 V5 .. x Athletics , , First Row-Elton Schuler, Robert Reiss, Donald Coughlin. XVilliam Conghlin, Mr. Benton, Gerome Geisler, Wlalter Millis, Duane Porter, Charles Foster. Second Row-Paul Zambito, Darwin Clark, Leonard Burr, Amsden Howland, Frank Gavel, Harlow Parker. Third Row-Adelhert Snell, Ralph Gillarfl, Joseph Zamhito, John Gillard, Roy Porter, Joseph Vereeeken. Baseball Coach . . . ..,... Mr. Benton C'alptali11 . . ,, Alnsden Howland Manager ....,.. .. Ernest Riekenbach Ass't Manager ,,,r.,..,i,..4......r... , . Alfonso Calareo The schedule for this year is as follows: lVe They Apr. 24-Bergen QHomej Apr. 28-South Byron CHomeJV May 1-East Pembroke fHOHlGJ May 5-Corfu fH01llQ, May 8-Alexander CAwayJ May 12-Pavilion fl'lO11lQD May 15-Oaklield May 19-East Pembroke CAwayj May 22-Corfu CAwayj May 26-Alexander QHOHIQJ May 29-Pavilion CAwayj June 8-Alexander Th iffy-four First Razr-Mr. Benton. Joseph Vereecken. Aclelbert Snell. Charles Foster, Frank Cularco, Vernon Boyce. YValter Millis. Clifford Simmons, Donald H. Couglxlin. Second Row-Amsden Howland, Darwin Clark, XVillia1n Coughlin, Donald L. Coughlin, Francis Richenback, Paul Zambito. Third Rozr-Harlow Parker. Leonard Burr. Frank Gavel. Basketball Wie They Nov. 26-Bergen CAwayJ 9 23 Dec. 3-Churchville CAwayl 14 26 Dec. 6-Ke11dallfAwayl 19 13 Dec. 18-Bergen fHO11lGD 14 29 Dec. 20-Alumni fHO1l1QJ 25 17 Jan. 10-East Pembroke CAwayAl 30 5 Jan. 17-Hemlock CAwayl 16 36 Jan. 29-Corfu fHomej 21 19 Jan. 31-East PC-!111b1'Ok6fI'IO11'lQJ 28 11 Feb. 14-Corfu fAwayl 8 16 Feb. 21-Hemlock fH0mel 28 30 Feb. 28-Kendall fHomel 20 10 Mar. 7-Cl1urcl1villefHo1nel 31 27 Mar. -Batavia Hi-Y fI101l1Q, 13 8 Thirty-five First Row-Mr. Benton QC0:1cl1J, Pauline Zanibito, Jane Bonney, Harriet Calarco. Ruth Metz, Doris Shamp, Luceille Kirkpatrick, Viola Kirkpatrick. Second Row-Philippa Zambito, Genevieve Ess, Cordelia Post, Helen XVigt0n, Reida Borton, Genevieve Pelz. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar Mar Girls' Basketball 26-Bergen Cl-Xwayl 3-Churehville CAWayj 6-Kendall CAWayj 18+BQ1'gi-311 fHOH1QJ 20-Alumni CHOIIIGD 10-East Pembroke CAWayj 17-Hemlock CAwayJ 29-Corfu fAwayj 17-East Pembroke fHOl1lQl 14-Corfu QAwayj 21-Hemlock fHomeJ 28-Kendall CHomeJ 7-Churchville fl'IOI11Ql 11-Albion cH0111GD Thirty-sin: XVe They 11 10 15 12 20 31 20 13 22 19 18 21 14 .17 26 23 26' 19 34 26 33 16 25 22 39 32 41 23 4. 555 FRUM X Z XIX K W 'ff S 6 - fe , Advertisements COMING OPPORTUNITIES To the Man who can think and keep his eyes open, 1936 will bring some of the opportunities he has long waited for. A strong bank connection and a bank allowance will determine his ability to grasp them. BANK OF ELBA Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Francis and Mead Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry ELBA GARAGE Gasoline, Oils, Accessories General Repairing Plionc '39 Night Phone 27 V F - 13 Buy Your Graduation Frocks at BURTON'S lil Main Street Batavia, New lork J annain Bros. Colonial Gas and Oils PONTIAC Sales and Service G. M. C. Trucks Phone 53 Elba. N. Y. ESS MARKET Choice Meats 8: Groceries Phone 33 Elba, N. Y. At this time, the staE wishes to express our thanks to Mr. Vanderhoof, who has given .us devoted support. His lively in- terests and efforts have made this year book a SUCCESS. Calendar of Events Oct. 21-The 7th Grade held a candy sale. Oct. 22-Coach Benton had iirst boys' basketball meet- ing. Oct. 23-Council met. Clifford Simmons was elec- ted manager. Decided to buy basketball suits. Oct. 24-Freshman and Junior meetings. Oct. 25-English IV Class took a vote ,to-day on the question "Is the Student Council a benefit." Only 2 votes were Uno". W h i m p y Dilcher has shaved. Oct. 28-Prof. - gone to Syracuse. Freshman party tonight. Oct. 29-Seniors had try- outs for their play. Boys had first basketball practice. Oct. 30-Girls had basket- ball meeting. Council and Sophomore meeting to-night. Oct. 31-The first edition of school paper came out. Teachers' conference to- morrow. Nov. 4-Had motion pic- tures in assembly. Girls' basketball practice. Nov. 5-lst Senior play practice. Nov. 14-Physical exam- inations by Dr. Swasey. Harold Brayley came back to school. Ellsworth Norton married. Nov. 26-High School played its first basketball game at Bergen. The girls won and. the boys lost. Prof. is going to Albany next week. Nov. 27 - School paper came out today. Nov. 28 - Martha Barr married. Lancton's Corners Garage GAS and OIL General Auto Repairing Dunlop Tires U. S. L. Batteries Phone 22 - F - 2 Paul Richenberg, Prop. Elba. N. Y. l- l- - E. W. Hundredmark Department Store ELBA, N. Y. 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I I I 'I I I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I I I I I 'I I I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I I 'I I I I 'I I 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I 1 I 'I I I 'I I I 'I 'I I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I J Thirty-ni 71 6 l Feb. 14-Girls won, boys lost at Corfu. Feb. 19-School closed rest of week. Feb. 21-Girls won, boys lost after playing three overtime periods with Hemlock. Feb. 25-Mrs. Hint is here today to begin getting contestants into shape for speaking contests to be held next month. Feb. 28-School paper out. Boys and girls defeated Kendall. Mar. 7-Boys and girls de- feated Churchville. Mar. 9-Spelling contest in the gym. Mar. 11-Girls defeated Albion girls 41-23. Mar. 12-Second team de- feated Oakfield. March 20-Girls Speaking contest. Virginia Dash- lst. Madolyn Hackett- 2nd. Mar. 27-Boys Speaking Contest. Leonard Burr- 1st. Amsden Howland- 2nd. Mar. 31-Assembly held in gym. School paper out. April 1-Hundy and. the other fools celebrated their birthday to-day. April 24-June Ruck fin- ished 2nd in County Spell- ing Contest. Elba baseball team de- feated Bergen by score of 6-4. First game of season. April 27- Boys' County Speaking Contest held in Elba gym. South Byron iirst and Elba second. April 28-Amsden 'How- land elected captain of baseball team. April 29-Baseball game with South Byron. Elba won. May 1-Elba defeated E. Pembroke in 1st league baseball game. May 5-Elba defeated Cor- fu for 2nd league game. May 6-High school beat Junior Varsity. May 7-Photographs taken for school. School turned up side down and wrong side out be- cause Prof. was not here this afternoon. May 8-Elba defeated by Alexander. May 12-Elba defeated Pa- Vilion. May 15-Elba defeated by Oakiield. Junior Play. 5545 cleared. May 16 Kr 17-Elba band, orchestra and Glee Club went to Le Roy Musical Festival. May 19-Elba defeated East Pembroke. May 22-Elba defeated Corfu. Class night. May 26-Elba defeated Alexander. May 29-Elba defeated Pavilion. Boy Scout Ama- teur Night. Cleared 840. May 30-Memorial Day Program. Town team de- feated High School. June 3-Madolyn Hackett drowned. June 10-School exams. June 14-Mr. Vanderhoof became the father of a son. June 15 - 19-Regents. June 22-Graduation. .i.l Prof was lecturing to the Senior Class about behavi- or. When someone inter- ruped him saying, "Give me Liberty or give me Death." Prof: "Who said. that?" Seniors: "Patrick Henry. fi: : : ::::::::::::::-' -' A 'r 'l 1: Calendar-Continued 1: Dec. 4-The basketball 0 teams played Churchville if last nite, the boys losing 11 and the girls winning. 1: Dec. 6-The teams Went to 1. Kendall. The girls lost 41 and the boys won. Epide- 11 mic in marriage. Edna 1a Harkness married. 1 Dec. l3?Senior play martia- 4, nee an again a mg . f1 S40 was cleared. 11 Dec. 17-School program 1: given in gym by grades. 11 Dec. 18-Bergen and Elba 'I played basketball in our T1 first home game. Paul 11 Zambito broke his wrist 1 While playing. Boys lost 41 and girls won. if Dec. 20-Our high school ff teams defeated the Alumni. 11 Dec. 20-Jan. 6-Christmas 11 Vacation. 11 Jan.b10ZElba defeated 1, Pem ro e while the gir s :Q were defeated. First lea- 11 gue game. 11 Jan. 17-Elba basketball 1a teams played at Hemlock. if Defeated. if Jan. 20-24-Regents week. ll Mar. 11-Boys defeated 11 Hi-Y. 16-11. ff Jan. 29-Elba Basketball 11 teams defeated Corfu. 1' Jan. 31-Elba baskeball :E ZBZTS defeated East Pem- l, ro e teams. if Feb. 3-Seniors looked at 11 class rings. 11 Feb. 7-Robert Wigton 1: walked home with Jane 1, Bonney from G r a n g e f1 dance. I1 Feb. 10-Seniors brought 11 their class rings and their 1a invitations. 1 1 Feb. 13-Prof is limping .1 to-day because he sprained 11 his ankle last nite playing 1r basketball against Water- lf port. Musical Concert held If by school organizations. L.-.,.,,,,,..,.,,....,,,,,,.,. Forty H For Land's Sake Get a bathing suit that will stand the Sea! Mc ALPINE, BRUMSTED Sz CO. 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