Elba Central School - Revue Yearbook (Elba, NY)

 - Class of 1941

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Therefore, we take this opportunity to thank him for that impartiality, steadying influence, and sound advice that have made him one of our step- ping stones to success. 7 Top Row Miss Sophia Jadick Commercial Mr. C. E. Johnson Grades 7,8 Mr. L. H. Benton Vice-Principal Grade 8 Mr. C. W. Crandall Agriculture Mr. H. W. Vanderhoof Principal Mr. O. C. Spaulding Physical EHucation English 1 Mr. E. H. Urion Music Mr. W. A. Schogoleff Mathematics Science Mr. G. M. Talbot Industrial Arts Miss Mildred Shephard Grade 1 f Middle Row Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Hazel Burr Grade 6 Gladys Kreger Secretary Lina Strouts Grades 7,8 Gwendolyn Dorf Grade 2 Doris Wood Grade 4 Ruthjgymonds Grades 5,6 lulu Higley Grades 5,6 Blanche England English 2,3,4 French We wish to preciation members of cerely for F CULTY ii Bottom Row Mrs. Edith Burr Grade 1 Miss Mildred Given Grade 3 Mrs. Helen Kirsch Grades 3,4 Miss Winifred Murphy History, Latin Social Studies ,Miss Doris Wigton Grade 1B Miss Patricia Bickel Art 'Mrs. Elizabeth Cornwell Home Economics Cafeteria Supervisor take this opportunity to express our ap- of the guiding hands of our school, the y the faculty. We wish to thank them sin- that helpful guidance,wholehearted sup- P port, and true friendship, which have helped to make our school while. 3, life pleasant, interesting, and worth- by , 1 My ,ff Wx, , .314 . -H, .Mita . . .,,4g,5,p ,. 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RA. , 2, 3,4 ii, X DOROTHY GEORGE TREASURER Ambition: Medical Secretary Revue Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 BRENDA DORF VICE-PRESIDENT Ambition: Private Secretary Valedictorian 4 Senior Play 4 Junior Play 3 Paper Staff 3 Orchestra 1 French Club 1 Class Treasurer 1,2 Magazine Drive 2,4 Cheer Leader 2,3 Revue Staff 1,3,4 Band 19299 GEORGE POWNALL SECRETARY Ambition: Make first in time to Speaking Contest 3 5 O E million enjoy it 4 4 RMA Student Council 1,3 Revue Staff Library 2,3,4 A 2 , J '3' 'v A ' ' 9' Q- ' -. sg- 3?-:M " NX A S1 A' Mx 1. 2, N X ' r- Wi' .af 51 Rss.. 'QR :irq 1 .wr A fn. A- - If U 4 X X :EH 195 ffqifik Ae, iilwlx ffgvfiiix 10 1 W ---vv--f-v-f-V,--4.-..-.,.....,.. 1.,fah.31,?.,aT,..,,E7,.Aby ,, ,Mba . f 5.1 QM, if ., A N m,,gAw..?M. :W S-.17V. 'iiii'-SL. '9f.f'.17"f 1- BETTY FRASER Ambition: To do my best Salutatorian 4 Chairman of Assemblies 4 Senior Play 4 Magazine Drive y 4 Junior Play 3 Student Council Vice-Pres.3 Student Council Secretary 2 Class Secretary 1 French Club 1 library Club 2,3 Cheer Leader 2,3 Revue Staff 2,4 Speaking Contest 3,4 Paper Staff 2,3,4 AILEEN STRABELE Ambition: Nurse Senior Play Junior Play Magazine Drive Girl Scouts French Club Speaking Contest Student Council Rep. library Club Glee Club Revue Staff if , ,fi f M ,A . iw 135325511 4 3 3 2 1 3,4 3,4 2,3 1,2 2,3,4 . 'NL -,.. RL DORMAN Ambition: See the world Senior Play Junior Play 4 3 Class Secretary 3 Student Council 1 F.F.A. 1 5 f 5 EMM ? ,U Q Ag. 4 g -wreak 2,3,4 Q- 5 B ' P 57 1 px L ' , x I 1, L x g ' wwacrvm, f'mTe'.:amm,1gat1fg2:1li. W1 JESSIE PARNELL Ambition: Home Economics 204211 I RONALD REISS Ambition: Actor Senior Play Junior Play Class Treasurer Speaking Contest Magazine Drive Student Council Rep. Dramatic Club Glee Club Revue Staff Paper Staff 4 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 3,4 2,3 EVANGELINE MILLIS Ambition: Undecided Teacher Senior Play Junior Play prop. manager 3 paper Staff Girl Scouts Revue Staff library Club Basketball Glee Club W 4,,, 1' ? ' U 51 5 . 1 1 1 an gb- 'S ' .I it ,-'vvlvlu 153 :'?z'A-- rw. X it U ' I M W ' lv X31 4 4 2 3, ' 4 2,3 1,2 339-4 if, ,if . :af as' F,-.ll li 1 l A4 I 1 P l 1 l 1 5 1 2 HOWARD BATEMAN Ambition: No milking, steady income Senior Play 4 Student Council Rep. 4 Junior Play 3 Paper Staff 3 Basketball 3 F.F.A. President 3 Class President 2 F.F.A. Reporter 2 Speaking Contest 3,4 Revue Staff 3,4 STANLEY ANDREWS Ambition: Join the Army Air Corps Senior Play Revue Staff Basketball Junior Play Class President Basketball Manager F.F.A. Reporter Class Secretary Paper Staff Speaking Contest Magazine Drive Baseball F.F.A. 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 1 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 2,3,4 LLOYD MOWERS Ambition: Commercial Aviator EVERETT LUCEY Ambition: Bee Keeper PAUL MONACHINO Ambition: To marry a beau- tiful girl Revue Staff Junior Play Dramatic Club Basketball Manager Orchestra Boy Scouts Speaking Contest Baseball Glee Club F.F.A. 4 . 3 2 2 1 1 3,4 3,4 1,2 3,4 PAUL BOSTWICK Ambition: Sleep 'all day, stay out all night Class Vice-President 1 G9T'm31'1 Band 4 Glee Club 1 Revue Staff' 2 Senior Play 4 Dramatic Club 1 Glee Club 1,2 Student Council President 4 F,F,A, 253,45 Boy Scouts l,2,3 Magazine Drive 3 Band 5 1,3,4 Student Council 3 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Speaking Contest 3,4 Band 3,4 Basketball 3,4 Baseball 3,4 Track 3,4 2 I 5 1 . 1 . E , fl M "J E fi n 1 A 1 li , rl ', K , - 23: -t lv 1. ,f ' 11 tx. 5 no A 1 H 3 lx I- x A x A x 1. ,-fl, ,QV QHARX !XQfx'. ikfklx :'fl-K-N 2 -.............. J' it rg.. , iwg, 1-6 ' 'sa ',11f.,Wg:m,v,a3l1 4 1 . A.. k mz'-'walk-3111. Q ' 'tw' '- vw -4 , ' 2 ' ' -1' I vcI1laW2.ggJmLL334443-W1'mQM! RICHARD HILL Ambition: Machinist Senior Play Junior Play Stude t Council Rep. Dance Band Orchestra Speaking Contest Basketball Band 4 3 3 3 2 3,4 3,4 2,3,4 KATHERINE MOTZ Ambition: To marry a farmer Senior Play 4 Junior Play 3 German Band 3 Dance Band 2 Library Club 1 Dramatic Club 1 Speaking Contest 3,4 Class Vice-President 2,3 Girl Scouts 2,3 Orchestra 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Glee Club 1,2,3 ALICE CHURCHILL EDWIN PELZ Ambition: Beauty Parlor Ambition: Automotive Manager Mechanic Library Club 4 Senior Play Assistant 4 Dramatic Club 1 Junior Play 3 French Club 3,4 0rCheStra 1 Glee Club 1,2, Boy Scouts 1,2 1 , -v, ' Q I ' , . 1 , - - I 'v . . .1 1 - , - V x I . . 1 A V ...-.. ..,,. F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 DOROTHY DAY Ambition: To make a bas- ketball star Senior Play 4 Junior Play 3 Class Secretary 3 Dance Band 2 Student Council Rep. 2 Class President 1 Orchestra 1 French Club 1 library Club 2,3 Revue Staff 3,4 Speaking Contest 3,4 Cheer Leaders 2,3 Paper Staff 2,3,4 Rand 1,2,3 ALBERTA ROWCLIFFE Ambition: Hotel Manager Junior Play :Drawing Board Club Magazine Drive library Club -Revue Staff Glee Club gn Q? 1, H I n all Q 1 f, 11 lr , , I lf sh 141: 2. R-'W yi U 5' 3 A 3, L ' H, 3 - I ' fe - Eff, ' ug.. ' 1 " .1 JA: .2-' .9 . 'H ,-" 1.9. QA' ., ffl .' ' x 1 4 A x A 0 A A 'av fl lu IT- 0- "ffl 5'5"V5 :ft :'pZ-'-'ap .5--RR., 1 'I A 131 3 3 3 3,4 3,4 1,3,4 fav 1' x "lf flfl' D I' ,fit CL SS HISTORY In September 1929, Dorothy Day, Brenda Dorf, David Boyce, Aileen Strabele, and Paul Monachino en- tered the old Elba High School to begin their first school year. They are really the charter members of the Class of 1941. As the years passed on, we acquired more mem- bers. Evangeline Millis joined our class in '31, Ronald Reiss in '33,Jessie Parnell in '34, Katherine Motz in '35, and Alberta Rowcliffe in '37. By the time we entered the eighth grade, we had saved enough money by having candy and bake sales, to buy our class banner. In September of our Freshman year in 1937, we acquired many more members in our class as a result of the school centralization. These members were as follows: Betty Fraser, Dorothy George, Alice Church- ill, Stanley Andrews, Earl Dorman, Howard Bateman, lloyd Mowers, Everett Lucey, and George Pownall. Richard Hill and Paul Bostwick joined our class in '38. In our Freshman year, we held a very successful baked goods sale. During our Sophomore year we suc- cessfully planned and promoted a spaghetti supper. In 1940, as Juniors, we presented a three act comedy, 'That Crazy Smith Family', which was a huge success. Our class had two winners in the 1940 Speaking Con- tests: Betty Fraser, who won second prize in the Girls' Contest, and Ronald Reiss, who won first prize in the Boys' Contest and second prize in the County Speaking Contest. A very enjoyable roller-skating party was held at Rochester also. As Juniors, in June 1940, we presented flowers at Class Night, car- ried arches at Graduation, and prepared and served the Alumni Banquet dinner. Another very successful play, entitled nGirl Shy', was held in our Senior year. Our play profits en- abled us to buy our class rings, announcements and cards. The schoo1's selection for its candidate for Apple Blossom Queen was our classmate, Betty Fraser. On May sixth of this year, we held another very suc- cessful spaghetti supper. During the last two years in high school, we have been under the very able supervision of our good friend and adviser, Mr. Schogoleff. We wish to take this opportunity to thank him sincerely for his wholehearted cooperation in everything we have under- taken. Class Colors ----- Red, White, Blue Class Motto ---- -Our Ammunition Is Ambition Class Flower--American Beauty Rose , 14 SENIORS' REVERIES We've come a long way since September 1929, that first day in school, but we've still a long way to go. There's been fun and there's been work, and even though we've grumbled and we've nkickedV, it's been well worth it. o School days!!!!! looking back over the years, we remember all those great things as well as those little things, and we are proud. We are proud that 'we have met and reached successfully, our first goal. Real education comes with the years. Here in school lwe learn the fundamentals. We are leaving school now and those fundamentals are with every one of us, ready and waiting to be built up and to be of use to us in the life before us. The life before us? It may seem dark at present, but we are young and undaunted, and will face that future with heads up, looking everyone straight in the eye, and doing our part to keep this democracy forever free. Once more we say that we are proud. Here in our school, the flag and its full significance have been stressed again and again. It still waves above our school. May it forever do so. So we leave those corridors which have echoed our footsteps through the years, and those classrooms which were filled with our voices, and our teachers and classmates, whom we have grown to know and treat as true friends, and our school, our 'second home', and say, nGoodbyen. F F N , If '- f' 1 I' :E E C' f . - J 71-:: N- V-I tim" aaa f , . - ,, ..,..f,..f , .,,, 1, , , -. of ,migg..4g.12,fy,-1: " f g,v.,,Q-'fx I , fx A 5 -f1f:.,fyw1",'qg .1 A .51 ,gli WM, . w:3,:W4-1 y,?,,23..n,, f, , . . , 'wwmlgyygmf vga JA 1WwWWfMU, .pnwpg,'. cimhwifh J ' .3.' Q """4""" fu-Am V441-uL,.yk-nggkd SENIOR CAST 1--vu First Row: A. Strabele, B. Fraser, B. Dorf, D. Day, K. Motz, E. Millis. Second Row: S Andrews, P. Bostwick, R. Hill, H. Bateman, R. Reiss, D. Boyce. GIRL-SHY On December 13, 1940, the Seniors presented their annual play. The play itself was a three-act comedy, and turned out to be a howling success! The action of the play takes place in the living room of Tom and 0ke's college apartment. The time is the most thrilling time of all school days...commence- ment. Tom has had girls thrown at his head until he's become girl-shy. He soon has the reputation of being anwoman-hatern. He wants to shake off his shyness and meets Babs Sanford, a very fascinating as well as beautiful creature. Oke encourages him, but then Tom hears that Babs has sworn to meet him! However, Babs is determined to cure Tom of his shyness and exchanges places with the girl who cleans Tom and Oke's apart- ment, Birdie laVerne.Birdie has aspirations to become an actress, and Babs loans her clothes and secures a screen test for her. Then, Tom's father appears for graduation with his choice of a wife for Tom, Sylvia Webster, and Tom's Aunt Caroline. More comedy interest appears when Tom and Oke manage to nshoven Sylvia onto their lily-faced college poet, Alfred Tennyson Murgatoyd. Tom's father opposes Tom's interest in Babs strongly and thinks that Birdie LaVerne is Babs! How- ever, the whole play has a happy ending and Tom and Babs are united with Tom's father's blessing. A The cast is as follows: Tom Arsdale--Who is girl shy Oke Stimson--Who isn't Dean Marlowe--Dean of the College Peaches Carter-43ke's latest Asma--Colored nwash ladyn Barbara CBabsD Sanford--herself Birdie LaVerne--a movie aspirant Alfred--the college poet Caroline--Tom's Aunt Anthony Ardale--Tom's father Howard Bateman Stanley Andrews Richard Hill Dorothy Day Evangeline Millis Betty Fraser Brenda Dorf Ronald Reiss Katherine Motz Paul Bostwick Sylvia Webster--Tom's pet aversion Aileen Strabele Chuck Mayo--Birdie's old steady ,..,f,e.,f..m ........,. . , , L X David Boyce X. 'X 0 CL SS WILL 0 We, the members of the Senior Class of nineteen hu dred and forty one, of Elba Central School, do make, publish, and declare this, our last will and testament and bequeath the following: 1. To the future classes, in need of an excellent adviser, we leave our good friend, Mr. Schogoleff. 2. To Pat Roecxmer, Alberta R0wc11ffe's ability to blush- all the time. 3. To Dave Porter, some of Dick Hill's height. 4. To the future presidents of the Student Council, Paul Bostwick's governing ability. 5. To Ralph Gillard, Stanley Andrews' way with the women. 6. To 'Willis' Allen, Dave Boyce's bar-bell physique. 7. To Roger Salle, Howard Bateman's sense of humor. 8. To Leonard Hart, some of George Pownall's avoirdupois. 9. To Emma Evans, Alice Churchill's calmness. 10. To future Apple Blossom Queens, Betty Fraser's charm and poise. 11. To the Junior Class, our ability to hold class meetings in a quiet manner. 12. To Miss Jadick, Eddie Pelz's Model B Ford. 13. To Shirley Maloney, Kate Motz's ability to dance. 14. To the Junior girls, Dorothy Day's ability to capture a basketball star. 15. To future Chemistry students, Aileen Strabele's ambition to work. . 16. To Lloyd Cornwell, nGusn Lucey's paper route. 17. To Paul Tretter, Ronnie's ability to dress well. 18. To Douglas VanderPoest, Lloyd Mowers' subtleness. 19. To future roller-skating groups, we leave Earl Dorman's pick-up truck as a conveyance. 20. To Richard Nutting, Vanny Millis' hearty laugh. 21. To Harriet Eichler, Dorothy George's ability to be a lady at all times. 22. To Janet Cudney, Jessie Parnell's quietness. 23. To Esther Eisworth, Brenda Dorf's glamour. 24. To future Elba Central School Drivers, Paul Monachino's driving courage. 25. To Yehudi, all those little things too nu brous to men- tion here. We, the Senior Class of 1941, leave this our last will and testament, and in- struct those thereby endowed not to distort the meaning of this paper and hope that the benefactors will appreciate the sense in which it was written. 16 . jxasgv? , . . 1. . , . , .......,,,, N. K ,M N . . , ..,, , .. ...w.,. 1 . 1, X--f ,. ,, , 3: -Q un- vi H..--1.f -.mu , , .- - . 1.11. . 1 ff ,..,'q,w1',, 1-5' 1 , . . ' . . ,z-1.1 A iff' fr Y. -.iw-A 1: .. w 1 . 'H 'lf' -1:-an-.gui-nah? - 3::H-.V...JV..-..e1a,,.u.g.,..a:.i.:wl ' f -' ' -1 X o NAME THEME SONG AMBITION NOTED FOR PROPHECY Dorothy Day An Apple for the Teacher To make a basketball Cheerful Disposition Teaching Star school Brenda Dorf There's Something About To become an officer's Wanting to be, Caring for A Soldier wife married the little ones Betty Fraser In My Merry Oldsmobile Health, Wealth, and Long silken locks Retailer a Husband Dorothy George It All Comes Back To Me Medical Secretary Pestering Married to NOW her boss Alice Churchill I'll Never Smile Again Beauty Parlor Oper- Calmness Hair Stylist ator Alberta Rowcliffe Maybe To be rich Blushing Millionaire Katherine Motz I've Got the Truck Driver To be a farmer's wife Dancing Farmer's Blues wife Jessie Parnell Deep In A Dream Home Economics Tea- Quietness Quietly Cher married Evangeline Millis Friendship Undecided Chewing gum It's hard to tell Aileen Strabele The Wise Old Owl To own a Russian long finger nails Trying to sable keep out of trouble Ronald Reiss , David Boyce Howard Bateman Earl Dorman lloyd Mowers George Pownall Ehwin Pelz' Paul Bostwick Everett Lucey Richard Hill Stanley Andrews Paul Monachino The 'Starsn Remain Little Curly Hair In The High Chair You Can't Brush Me Off How Are You Going To Keep Them Down On The Farm We're In The Army Now Flat Foot Floogie Roll Out The Barrel 'Margien Flight of the Bumblebee The World Owes Me A living Big Noise From Winnetka I'll Be Walking By The River .,,-,X I Actor Adventurer To have a pretty wife and five chil- dren Sod Buster To be drafted Mechanical Ehgineer Mechanic Journalist Bee Keeper Machinist To own a yellow con- vertible To marry a beautiful girl' 17 Acting ability Curly hair His sense of humor His good looks Good sport Argumentative mood The nickname of nQuincen, Popularity Delivering papers Dislike for work Being noisy Taking curves on two wheels Touring the country, play- ing Romeo Becoming uGrimek the Secondu Raising chickens A success- ful farmer Cap tain in the Army Weighing 134 instead of 234 Jockey Editor of the New York Times Playing his base horn in Carnegie Hall Actually working Insurance salesman Real Estate Agent First Row: J.Fiorentino, E.Batchelor, J.Andrews, N.Lewandoske, M.Saile, V.Burns, S.Maloney Second Row: S.Rich, N.Panek, J.Gillard, F.Tretter, R.Gillard, M.Saile, E.Evans Third Row: R,Porter, H.Hartley, W.Allen, A.Borton, P.Tretter, J.Zambito, P.Roeckner Class Officers President ------------ Roy Porter Vice-President ------- Paul Tretter Secretary ------------ Shirley Rich Treasurer ---------- -William Allen Adviser ------- 4Mr. Benton We certainly have accomplished a great deal in our Junior year. We had several boys on the bas- ketball team and also on the baseball squad. We, the Junior class, have had several suc- cessful parties-- including a skating party which was some fun!!!!! With regret, our former advisor, Mr. New, left us in January, but we are very pleased to say that we have Mr. Benton as our present adviser. We must not forget to tell you about our home room. We have more fun than one can say. We have comedians and actors. We only wish that you were able to spend a little while in our home room to enjoy the fun. On April eighth, we produced a very successful play entitled "Trouble in Paradice". The cast of characters was as follows: I1 C LA55 OF 212. "Specs John Martin -------- -- ------- ---Roy Porter 'wildn Bill Hanlon -------------- - ---- Paul Tretter Phil Bradley ------------- - ---- ------Joe Zambito "Tubby" Davis ----------------- -- ---- A sher Borton Professor nFishu Salmon ----------- --Ralph Gillard Porter Hooks ------------------------ Howard Hartley HFreshmann Joe Hamilton -------------- -John Gillerd Jean Harmon --------- -- ----------- Florence Tretter Daisy Morris ------------ - ------------ J een Andrews Alice Hamilton---- ------------------- Meriall S6119 Doris Green --------- ------- ------- Virginia BUPUS Sophie Carr ------ - -------- ----Jennie Fiorentino Aunt Mildred Moore- -------------- ----- - Betty Berg Miss Whedbee --------- --- ---- ----------' Em ma EVHUS Andrew "Snowball" Jackson ------ ------ W illiam Allen Fay Mggre --------- - --------- ------ S hir1eyMa1Oney fd- fia J ELFA, .l.,I F f4ai',wff3LHvT1 f'--- , 5 3 wgcrl ..,4,,. 2 1'.1:?y-s "-'f A ' ' M1'w'1 if? .L ,A rl ' .'-Elia :Tim ' , .-' gh rmw.iEfj,,'ggQ5t5I T ' I ,-13213 'N .-q"fzi:,4 ,T ' SH-'M 'Q -'wiv' 'f.i?.9 lf? . ae.. if ',,1- T 'GP K,v-I X-lg - 51 Q ff.,-.i , I J . .4 Q' WH',d -WWQNLF u avr xii ..t'. :Sig Eg! -2 '-1 v a M . . A . 5 ' . ,- l -W-g i::?F1 H 7 . M' ifff ' -' - 1 ,1f '7A55'1A 5' W ' ' 4 ' A- I Adigfy-,Q',,Lg1L-y i' 'V 15 .,-fe. 5. 3: u -- - Y '8WmE?Em:MwAvW'W3WwwwawMvwmumJif lfbaiwilig 3?p2fiiiiF3iKEEsL33f?7?i+Qfwmfr'f ff .1 " L e 2- CLASS OF 21. First Row: J.Crane, M.Fite, M.Ce.larco, A.Day, E.Churchill, R.Andrews, E.Eiswerth Second Row: G. Coughlin, F. Sparlin, I.ShuIcnecht, V.Millis, H.Baker, J.Neth, P.Monachino Third Row: R.Stokes, B.Park, S.Harezga, B.Zelinsk1, R.Saile, J.Palermo, G.Cosway Fourth Row: H.Eichler, S.Horton, R.Wetherwax, D.VanderPoest, J.Kelly, P.Blair, R.Lonnen, B Forsyth Class Officers: PreSident -------- ---Douglas VanderPoest Vice-President ---- --Ronald.Ionnen Secretary ---- - ------ Bruno Zelinski Treasurer ------------ Roger Saile Adviser- ---- -----Mr. Talbot The class of '43 has progressed exceedingly well this year by sponsoring several movies. A member of our class, Rose Lewandoske, un- derwent a very serious operation and we are ' glad to hear that she is improving satisfactor- ily. Phillippa Monachino was awarded five dollars for turning in the greatest number of sales of basketball season tickets. We have had several parties this year. We had a farewell party for Bernice Peters and pre- sented her with a gift before she left for Flor- ida. She will return to continue her studies with us this spring. U Helen Baker left our school to enter Albion High School. We gave her a gold plated compact as a farewell gift. May her successes continue. 19 I ,f...,..,.. ...., ..d.,..-.. . ..,...,.,. r CLASS OF '44 First Row: M.Snel1, E.Sparl1n, J.Zipfel, R.Monachino, N.HickS, E.Boyce, J.Pahuta, R.Palermo, A.Montfort , R.Nutting. Second Row: B.Hart, H.Zelinski, L.Watson, M.Kohut, H.Geiss1er, M.Blood, C.Jachimowicz, R.Miller, L.Cornwe11, S.Say. Third Row: J.Howland, S. Goodliffe, J.Cudney, F.Vigneri, J.Lyon, H.George, R.Henries, M. Graham, F.Blood, M.Unamann. Fourth Row: C.Zambito, L.Jannain, P.Smith, L.Hart, J.Harrigan, P.Monachino, E1Shultz, E.Schu1tz, L.Arena, G.Calkins, S.Wigton. Class Officers President ------------- Paul Smith Vice-President -------- Charles Zambito Secretary--- --------- Rhea Henries Treasurer ---- ------Alan Myers Our Freshman class has been very successful this year in securing money for our treasury. We secured our money through a bake sale and through sale of' "Glass Glo". We had many exciting times at our parties. Our first party was a Halloween party at the home of Shirley Wigton. An ice-skating party was held at the Pond. Our last party was a roller-skating party at Rochester. ' 'X Eff- ' Xu ,,g'f?.-.Hg 'fry' .V I r, 2 .ex ,. 53. 1 -4 . ' I . f- 1 a, . 7 , of -- V ,x.-.fx . .,, f .. . f f' .. . Q - .....:-"1' AEZQHA-,-'-PvhFH'5ggQ. '- as " hifi Y ' . 4 , yi . -g.. ' vga: -,amp mg-, -fo.-. if-3:,w9gm,: -y--- .., . 1 .-di, . ,ag 'MA' 5 f :gg ,-ws. 'Gg1, - m .,1F:1.. ' H . 3 5,4 - 'ff 3. ' '1' ' 'E- ,g,.5- -'-'a- w ikfA,i13I58E ,' -- .-1 -rf, .U - NE . -. .- If 'mg W -Nz. .FM . tif 'E f 9,3 -FwE33Wv wb. N , -.f?':f-w?e'+vr+. . Eg. g W QHWHX 'MW'!k iwf ' fri :ff an Mbviftmi M M A -25. ' - l , . 4, .gp e x? 2 ,. 1.524 Tlffffl? .f , , J ,E ,,-. , -.:,'-g,,'1 , an--. fer.,--wan 1" -ir,--ru--1-' . . CLASS . -am 14-+.v.ww.-Q.. 1-N...-' 4 First Row: I.Boyce, D.Test, R.Harezga, A.Calarco, G.Ford, M.Barber, J.Nugent, T.Tretter Second Row: R.Haus, V.Cudney, L.Sul1mow1cz, D.R1ch, D.Coughlin, R.Cornwell, L.Br1dge, C.Shultz, Mrs. Strouts Third Row: R.Tassone, J.Myers, E.Stokes, H.Shultz, C.Fiorentino, N.Gavel, L.Pridmore, D.Sch- eiber Fourth Row: N.Kirkpatrick, K.Post, R.Harezga, R.Richenberg, H.Forsyth B.Mowers, E.Karas, V.Schwab Our class of 1945 had a very busy and prosper- ous year. Our class officers were as follows, President-----Dorothy Coughlin Vice-President--Teresa Tretter Secretary-----Virginia Cudney Treasurer------Dan Test We had Christmas and Valentine parties, which were enjoyed by all. At our Valentine party, Teresa Tretter was chose Queen of Hearts and Clarence Berg was chosen King of Hearts. They later passed out the Valentines. At this time, Gladys Ford, in behalf of our class, presented Mrs. Strouts.with a bouquet of mixed flowers. We entered the Americanism contest, sponsored by the Ju ior Chamber of Commerce and the Daily News of Batavia, and won first and second prizes which gave us a total a.mount of S16.5O. Ruth Cornwell and Virginia Cudney represented our class in a quiz over WBTAiJ1connection with this contest. Virginia won a prize of five dollars. To celebrate these victories, we had a spaghetti supper, cooked and served by Mr. Tassone. On March 21, our class was represented by Dan Test and Dorothy Coughlin in a high school quiz, which included pupils from seventh through twelfth grades. They won the first prize and thus added two dollars to our treasury. 1... . . X We also spent an enjoyable afternoon at the New Family Theatre where we saw the motion pic- ture, LAND OF LIBERTY, a pictorial history of' the United States. We were accompanied by Mr. Johnson, our history teacher. We entertained at an assembly during nBook Weekn by giving a play and a choral reading. We also gave two choral readings ataP.T.A. meeting. We sent a HSunshine Boxn to Mr. Spaulding, who was confined to his home with illness. All in all, we spent a very busy, happy, and profitable year. 4- nf 1 .2 v' ff 4x43 - 11455 f fi? Geri iv 6 Jlgagxl gas' 11 .J JA l. fe- ' "ZF, ' figgzuignisigagx .?I--:.fT- Lx ,t '-fling? is ' p i CLASS OF Zl First Row: D.Porter, R.Fraser, J.Baker, B.Palermo, J.Zipfel, E.Shu1er, P.Cudney, R.V1gneri. Second Row: J.Miller, M.Tassone, D.Mattice, E.MacDowell, B.Montgomery, C.Coughlin, D.Cosway, J.Burling,Mr. Johnson. Third Row: S.Hare, S.Jackson, B.Hart, G.Boyce, R.Zambito, A.Gubb, J.Hill, R.Arena, G.Joyner. Fourth Row: J.Motz, D.Bigelow, D.Williams,I.Boyce, L.Coughlin, P.Monachino, E.Holmes, S.Bezon, R.Kirkpatrick. The Seventh Grade is really the beginning of our high school life. It is here that we become acquaint- ed with high school schedules, teachers, and pupils. we have tried very hard to get a good start, for a good start means a happy beginning and a successful ending of our school life. Even though we engage in intramural sports with Seniors and Juniors, we give a good account of ourselves. We hope that in 1946, it can be said that the class of 1946 was the best class ever. We trust that in the leadership of David Porter, Presidentg Catherine Coughlin, Vice-Presidentg Elaine Shuler, Secretaryg Stella Jackson, Treasurerg Donald Bigelow and Betty Palermo, Student Council Membersg Lyman Coughlin, News Reporterg and Stewart Hare, Mem- ber of the Annual Staff, we will really accomplish our aim. if H xafzr- YFFEW . -LF" iw g,l,:.y:,' . Xi, It , .N UR"ti-'W G' .- -N ff. ,f 'N f 1 :, b2H:,i. '-1 V n - vs H-.1 'tw ' A1a'43flGXQYg:,2i3jgQfvl-1"I 'WW-p:f.f'f' -.:, , , , -- Y rg f' 2312, --- 5-551' ilu If 'xQ"4p.,,., ,Y . xv- m mwmwWmnfnwvw,vwMMA GRADE Third Row: Second Row: First Row: B.Craft, J.Ames, G.Crane, R.Rowc1iffe, J.G111ard, H.Lewandoske, L.Gateson, J.Hart1ey, F.Su1imowicz. Second Row: Miss Burr, M.Jachimow1cz, R.Gou1d, L.Eich1er, M.Wilford, J.Pridmore, J.Ze1inski, P.Monachino, R.Gou1d, S.Panek, Mrs. Higley. Third Row: J.Monachino, C.Barber, L.Sai1e, D.Erhardt, A.Neib1e, D.Arno1d, F.B1ood, L.Eggers, T.Rich, L.Horton, E.Spar1in. Fourth Row: T.Say, G.Smith, L.Si1verna11, R.Unamann, A.Neible, G.Driggs, J.Muscare11a, H.Ruck, G.A11en, R.Vereecken, J.Crane. First Row: .Pope,'W.Brinkman, C.McCracken, R.Shu1tz, R.Cough1in, F.Sm1tzney, C.Wi11iams, .Muscarel1a, A.Rowc1iffe. .Vigneri, B.Pahuta, P.Evans, V.Stokes, M.Rosborough, V.Hicks, J.Cornwe1l, M.Horton, .Ne1son, Mrs. Symonds. .Forsyth, F.Schultz, R.Boyce, S.K1rkpatrick, B.Crabb, T.G111ard, R.Di1cher, .Mattice. .Gubb, R,Martyn, E.Hare, R.Cough1in, O.Boyce, B.Monachino, E.Wi1ford, C.Talbot. 23 f -'rr rx s DE , ,., fl. Kwgq M V L nrygJ?.f ' RADE First Row: D.Baker, N.Geissler, M.Ke11er, D.Rowc11ffe, P.Pa1ermo, F.Panek, C.Lewandoske,J.Sai1e. Second Row: M.Vereecken, M.Ze11nski, H.Shu1tz, B.Wa1dron, P.Richenberg, L.Tassone, R.Test, M. Pridmore. Third Row: R.Shu1tz, V.Speed, S.Bonney, M.Hark'ness, J.Gordon, V.Doedema, S.Zambito, C.Gould. Fourth Row: H.Hense1, J.Parker, J.Swartz, E.Po1asky, P.Doedema, D.Park, H.Rowcliffe, E.Bo1dt. fu n s ,M r P g, 2 if i f V An 5:- ,I Q,-EEA , 4 A U 'S if -V fini.-.n ---T, :X Q YV. ,. . ' Vg: . I, A, ' ? I sq,-fi C " V gs . ' R1 5 . V ,I ' sa I X i 2 35 uf . ? my " vwwv- .-M4 s, :. XNMM. ' x isa -"2 -4-My ' 'H ff -- '- Q Third Row: P.Vigneri, H.Churchi11, B.Erhardt, E.Gou1d, G.Ne1son, F.Shu1tz, P.Ra1yea, Mrs. Kirsch. Second Row: C.B1ood, M.Putney, G.Rowc11ffe, F.Neindorf', E.Jenkins, D.Shu1tz, C.Tretter. First Row: J.More11i. R.Moss. C.McCracken, M.Roth, E.Pqrk. GRADE 24 , f ' 'F-113 GRADE if ' -.nov-' of EJ Fourth Row: Third Row: Second Row: First Row: First Row: P.Vigneri, D.Boyce, C.Pa1ermo, V.Erhardt, P.Rich, A.Dunn, I.Jannain, J.Ford. Second Row: T.Wood, E.Rupert, H.Unamann, L.Cudney, E.Weidr1ch, L.Cudney, P.Gave1, O.Monachino. Third Row: H.Park, W.Hicks, M.Stokes, G.Acker, K.Hal1, R.F1te, J.MacDowe11, Miss Given. Fourth Row: D.Montgomery, P.Reckard, M.Muscare11a, R.Myers, D.Wood, K.Coughlin, S.Monachino, Q A.Jachimowicz, E.Brown. Shuknecht, O.Monachino, R.McCracken, J.Neibe1, W.Wi1ford, F.Zambito, J.Hi1l. Sumeriski, N.Post, C.Moss, M.Ne1son, B.Sanderson, F.Zelinski, S.Smith, Miss Talbot, M.Hare, H.Doedema, R.Shu1tz, J.Shuler, P.Hicks, O.Pa1ermo, S.Shu1tz .Myers, B.Horton, R.Ra1yea, A.Underhi11, D.Carro1l, N.Mattice, R.Stokes. Dorf. 25 !:, ,, ,,.,.-4 ..4.,.-... ,,. , GRADE -cf f . First Row: R.Cudney, L.Airth, B.Doedema, D.McCracken, E.Rupert, S.Crane, D.Swartz. Second Row: M.Holton, D.Griswold, L.Shuknecht, J.Forsythe, E.Jannain, B. Wood, V.Boyce, A.Johnson, S.Monachino. Third Row: R.Jachimowicz, K.Horner, D.Benz, S.Jenkins, M.Dilcher, H. Schultz, C.Unamann, C.A.Schu1er, Miss Shephard. GRAD E First Row: K.Shu1tz, F.Oberer, S.Andrews, D.RoSborough, E.Dunn. Second Row: G.Shuknecht, F.Bezon, A.Gou1d, J.Panek, D.Post, A.Zicari. Third Row: L.Wickings, R.Mowers, T.Ross, B.Cough1in, B.MoSS, R.Fite, Mrs. Burr. 1- U ' 6 ,' 4 fir- X fra V :gy I Third Row: R.Bezon, W.Wil1iams, F.Neindorf, C.Roth, R.Richenberg, R. Speed, M.Rowc1iffe. , Second Row: E.Woodrick, D.Parker, D.Ta1bot, J.Vigner1, G.Ross, D.Ho1ton, D.Dunn, Miss Wigton. First Row: F.Pa1ermo5 R.Wood, P.Monach1no, B.Rowc1iffe, M.Bates. 26 T- I 4a L 3 W ,Q WV- -- .L......d...s......-. ..-im . GQADE 1 an Q if "'. I -:VW 171' Q C L 'Q . JQ ' K. RADE IB X w v-Q, .mana u-.nm.a....?,. X ,ku- f 19 iw f-"f Q , i 1 1 W I w , X 1 1 5 I E L l 1 i F E E S i 4 V Q 4 PATRIQTISM N0 ALTERNATIVE ' a- Patriotism,like almost everything else,has changed since earlier times. In Washington's day a patriot was one who would grab his gun anytime, march many miles, and defend what he thought to be right. Now, a person does not have to do all that to be 1called a patriot. A patriot is one who is a good ci- tizen, pays his taxes on time, removes his hat to the flag, and believes wholeheartedly free. A poor patriot could be one sarily for more wages because he are getting rich from a so-called bad form of patriotism is draft a man's unwillingness to defend in this land of the who strikes unneces- thinks his employers war boom. Another dodging. This shows his country. If he The busses back were thankful for the privilege of living in this country, he would fight for it. A draft-dodger is a person who is weak-minded because he does not want to train himself to know how to fight before an emergency arises. Patriotism is most important in these days of un- certainity. It is what holds each nation together. The nation with the best patriots has the best army. They are loyal to their countryg they believe in it, and they fight until the last for it. Gne does not necessarily have to be in the army or navy to be an exceptional patriot either. If he be- lieves in this democracy, obeys the rules of citizen- ship, promotes national unity, he is doing his part to preserve the nation. H Roger Saile '43 SPRING TIME We went to the woods to tap some trees. Home again, home again, Through thelMarch breeze. Boiled down the sap in an old tin pail, Put up a sign of syrup for sale. Such a grand vacation day! Hope another one comes our way. Kenneth Post '45 OUR SCHOOL The dawn breaks I E Upon the lawn of our school. ' ji 'Q' KY' 2? The windows glisten and the dew- 4 ," ' Upon the grass shines in glory. Q' i'1 From the garage, which shields them From the snow and wind and rain, To gather students for a day's work. The halls resound With children's laughter, which reechoes In other children's throats, from joy, As if they're glad to be at school. I The noon-bell rings To call to pupils to come from class, And join their friends in the cafeteria, To eat their lunch in gay surroundings. The busses leave. The walls sigh in relief From the pupils' constant talk and chatter. Everything's quiet once again at our school. Asher Borton '42 "Don't you see, Jeff? That's just why we need to promote these tenement plans," argued big Tom Matson, engineer. "It's the kids like these We've just seen that should be our leading citizens in the future. How can we put law and order into their heads when they're right in the midst of filth, lawbreaking and poverty?" "I know, Tom, but good gracious man! Where are you going to obtain the cash that you need?" A "Jeff, we can arrange that if you can get the 0.K. for the deal. Something's got to be done, in a hurry." uAll right, Tom. I'll drive those executives crazy before I'll stop heckling them. If they've any hearts at all, they'll break down. But, first, yJu'll have to tell me where and how you're going to secure the cash. That will be one of my main arguments." These two men had just been through a section of slums. Jeff had never realized how gruesome conditions were. They had talked to one poor woman who had been sitting in the doorway of her dilapidated house, with her three sickly children gathered about her. "Why, no ,"' she sobbed, "my man hasn't worked for about two years now. The kids ain't got but a few clothes, and we eat just what we get hold of.' Everywhere little children were scattering about, dirty, sickly, and stupid from lack of nourishment. Men loitered in groups on the street. No one worked, as hope had been lost. No one washed because he did not believe it worthwhile. And no one sat down to a hearty meal be- cause fbod was scarce, and so was furniture. There was no medicine with which to care for the ill--those ill mentally, and those ill physically. Healthful enter- tainment was lacking. Many spent their time stealing money or food where it could be found. Moral condi- tions were disgraceful, and there were so many living this way that it seemed almost unbelievable. "You see, Jeff." continued Tom, "America's demo- cracy is highly endangered now. To preserve it, We've got to have intelligent citizens who are willing to cooperate. We've got to educate our kids, show them the right way to live, and then find means to provide that way of life. They're going to be the backbone of our nation in a few years, and what man, no matter how strong, can defend himself if he has a broken spine? We'll just have to do our best to straighten up this mess!n Betty Fraser '41 HOW D0 YOU EXHIBIT PATRIOTISM Patriotism has swept our nation completely off its feet. During the last year, and. especially the last two or three months,the air over the United States has buzzed with all sorts of ways of showing this sudden clamor for faithfulness to our country and its flag. In dime stores all over the nation, cheap jewelry counters are overrun with necklaces, bracelets, pins and hairdos, portraying either the wing-spread eagle or our American flag in all its glory. Practically three cars out of ten have flag stickers or "God Bless America" banners in their windows. Women's clothing stores in every city across the country are selling blue with gold-braided eagles sewed on the sleeves. In New York, the Woolworth stores are now selling to many of these emotion-filled women transfer pictures of the flag to put on their fingernails. NBe sure the Stars are on the tip," warn the salesgirls. "That's the way the President wants them." ' Women are dizzy trying to keep in touch with all of these new-fangled fads.Are these your ways of show- ing how patriotic you feel? Dorothy Day '41 I g . . ' y 3'-",fgf2 I ' I it 'ar -' . """"""""f?T""':grf'i:i.i1i1Z1f:gi"Lg, . 'if gfay-faw.sEEEf?wfr"' v f "mh 5 r. .,x,., V y V I r W- . gy. A' SPIRIT OF THE U. s. A. 'When Spring trips over the Country side, Q. And clouds float through the blue, "Fbir breezes blow o'er the nation wide, I'm proud of the flag, aren't you? Across the sea, no grass can grow, No flower can lift its head, No free flag flies, no hearts aglow... The curse of war instead. That we'll always be free, let's hope and pray, Let's give three cheers fbr the U. S. A. Elizabeth Park '43 .. .Pei " ' 'TTIKTQ I ' ' 4' -ull-Q! fr:- . ff- " h Sm 1 ' .vs -ff :J A' "E '..., ' . ' g, lf.. c h ' l :Q 1 HSC nfl" g , R - ... ,-.c , . , 3, :Q-1'-A" I ' ' ages: -:gf .K.-34,5 -... 4, -. .- . Y THE FLAG . f t-t.-3--5-,.' '- V , The breezes furl and twist it high, Bearing it upward to a summer's clearest sky. The colors--red and white and blue They shine. 'Tis Old Glory, yours and mine. Symbol of victory! Glory for all! Symbol of unity! We must never let it fall! Marian Saile '42 . lgfaasw- ..:afa:s , je , I- -1 .L - .jp .' L ,f 14' ff -4 lr' ll'- .rf Y -5. . Ji. , ,V z -75, 3 2 . Of, 4, E W bm x :gf .L XX J5 -'H L U' -. V ' L '15 4 ,Ez if' 'sy sri?-qf"' A?!?nsiss1i' if .f's, f' 'ri --5.4: . yi K , A .x x Y--,v b at A 1-. .,, ,. ,A f - . ff. , rea A . I see-wif tcmmm f' AFRAID ' - A- - ' Desert sands stretched for miles around, shimmer- ing in the cold moonlight. I stood there, bewildered, not knowing what to do. My feet were numb, my hands were cold. Then there came a bloodfcurdling yell. No longer was I froze to the spot. My feet almost jumped from beneath me. I ran, ran, stumbled, stumbled, st m- bled and-fell. Everything went black. I never fbund out how long I lay there, but when I awoke, I was in some sort of fog. There was a slow, swinging motion. Then the swinging became faster. Oh, my stomach! I became not green, but purple. The sway- ing became intense. I began to roll from side to side. My head hit something hard. I managed to get a look at what it was. It leered up at me. Its mouth opened and the skull spoke. My heart leaped. Everything went black. Awaking, I found myself upon a cold, slimy floor. The clammy fbg seemed to choke me.I arose to see where I was. I looked around. Over there a casket lay. Here jwas a tombstone with my name inscribed on it. I opened one of the caskets.' It was empty. I opened another one. It proved to be empty too. I opened the third casket. To my surprise, I found a stairway. I climbed over the edge of the coffin and walked down the stairs An eerie green light lit the way. Bang! I had heart failure fbr a moment. The casket cover had slammed shut. The lights went out. I fell. Everything went v fbltack. , K .Didf you ever live the part of a motion picture B-Ct0r?. V' ' Asher Borton '42 af-A .4'vl'."' f. - -..3. V ff :..f .,.,pi..,,,.- . A-' S , 1 y , . www muy . 2' r , . v ww- .rf Tf'Wt'4HllliiiiiiiiilIIlliI!!!!!!lL -' -M.swM,aM.I.'i?x ENGLISH CLASS Here I sit behind my desk, Surrounded on every side by a pest, Gently through the window my thoughts stray, As I listen to children outside at play. Along comes a breeze, and I go into slumber, And dream of cooking and making lumber. I I then softly awake and remember I m in class And that I will have to study to pass. My eyes drift from ceiling to floor, I'll have to get out Shakespeare and study once more Stanley Andrews '41 A ag !!e"7??5Es. . 1 .zf w 3 12.5 ra- -a,..-- -an - Af' 11,..,,-M . , T SPRING It's spring once more, come April, And the grass is growing green. Along the babbling brooklet The weeping willow's seen. In pear and apple orchards The buds are popping through? The robins and the bluebirds Are building nests anew. And in my mother's garden, Where many a child has played, The many pretty flowers Will soon be brightly arrayed. Shirley Rich '42 'fat .H.ih?.' gfeff' 95 tg fiv fs . ',.-5.3.13 rwmre Eid f :gk . ' xii! " ' 53-. 'rfif .g' '.l!QiQQl ?: 5"?-f A - I is f ee s A -417. ,..2'--1r'f'5""' A ' - 1 f 1 - 'fi-! .'1'-1':'47x?-., . THE FEELINGS OF AN AMERICAN GIRL She watched, and she listened, But she saw nothing, and heard nothing. Now her thoughts turned to the war. Tears blurred the trees that she had been admiring. Then, to get away from this, she turned her head to the left. Her eyes caught sight of an American flag. She now started smiling, her heart swelling with joy, To think that she was an American and lived in a free democratic country. Arlene Day '43 IN GOD'S HANDSW? The air-raid alarms wailed through the black streets of London and then, through flashes of red and gold flames,people could be seen scurrying into hasti- ly-constructed shelters.ln a near-by five-story build- ing, one which had not been shattered by the bombs, a man stood, pondering, at the window, looking down upon the grief-stricken people, as they searched frantical- ly for their loved ones in the smouldering debris. As he turned abruptly from his post, a feeling of deep e- mmmngdmwdhm,wMimUmihr WlwramihraH his brutal methods flamed up within him. These were his people! And they were being made to die horribly, all because of a fanatic in Europe. He must do some- thing. It was a bright, cold day in Berlin,and yet people were packed together in a thronging mob along the street. Atop the buildings lining the street, people waved brightly-colored flags. Tanks rolled noisily along the road, and soldiers marched while the crowds cheered them on. Then a murmur spread through the crowd, and necks were all craned in one direction. There was a thunder of applause and there he was, rid- ing majestically along the street, his hand raised in the Nazi salute. The other man looked at him with hate in his eyes, and as Hitler grew nearer, the former raised his small revolver, and took careful aim.He was not noticed, for everybody was madly waving his flag. Therman's hand quivered, and his face became white. He slowly hid his gun and walked dejectedly away. Was he afraid? Or did he realize that although he did kill Hitler, someone else, perhaps more of a madman, would come into power, and things would go on, just as they had been? It was in God's hands--he could do nothing. Brenda Dorf '41 '-- f FIRST SHAVE g I ,All day long,Johnnie Davis had been thinking about shaving. After all, he was sixteen! Even the girls had made fun of his "fuzz", All the other fellows in his class shaved, so why shouldn't he? He planned it all. After supper the family would be in the living room,listening to a favorite program. Then he would "stray" out to the kitchen and accom- plish that most manly task, shaving. It worked out perfectly. The family was settled in the living room for the evening and the "coast was clearnc Johnnie found his Dad's shaving needs in the medicine cabinet,and he set them all down on the small stand beneath the mirrored cabinet. He surveyed him- self before the mirror, so as to get a "before and aftern look. Very quietly, he took a suspicious glance into the living room and found that nothing was amiss. The time had come. He would shave! J Johnnie prepared the lather and took a good five minutes in smearing it all over his face ..... and ears, too. He then took the razor and began to skim lightly over his face. Nothing happened. There was no blade! He hurriedly inserted one and began to shave again. Johnnie finished, with numerous cuts upon his face where thin red lines were beginning to show. How- ever,4he was filled with a wealth of satisfaction. He was a man. His face was sore, and so he freely applied his Dad's shaving lotion. Oooh, how that smarted! He wiped his face and looked in the mirror. The fuzz was gone ..... in places. He looked at himself from all angles. He was pleased. He would go into the living room and see if THEY noticed. With a deep breath of resolve, he walked into the living room, his ears still full of lather. Mr. Davis glanced up from his paper and looked at his boy.nDon't you think it's about time you shaved, son?N he said. ' -- -. --. if- -f'f ---.ff , A-gf: 1' ,sw-,a.....e-f--.w-.,Q..:-,.1,.,,:.-:.4f--- Ronald Reiss '41 V M- . i.,. -ili REVU E ,sig B i STAFF FQFF is-.. . t ihai - ii sf Q This completed annual is the result of long, hard work by the 'whole Revue staff and its fine group of advisers. We hope that all those who read our book will enjoy it and cherish it in the years to come. Memories of school days, of classmates, and teachers, and all those little incidents which made school life pleasant and worthwhile are bound up in this small vMwm. U hw bwnom'Mmtommmthm'mefUwM annual Elba Central has ever had. We truely believe that we accomplished our aim. We wish to thank the following for their generous cooperation in making our aim a realization: Y Mr. Benton, supervisor of the annual, who gave wholeheartedly of his effort, energy, and support toward making this annual a success. Miss Bickel, Emma Evans, and Alberta Rowcliffe, who contributed those ex- cellent art plates and sketches, and whose artistic effort added so much to the beauty of our yearbook. Mr. Schogoleff and Stanley Andrews, who secured our many advertisements, and attractively laid them out, to make the annual a financial success. Mr. Talbot and Howard Bateman, who promoted the business and sales part of our yearbook. Miss England, who spent much time in proof-reading articles and poetry. Miss Jadick, who so generously gave her time typing. Ralph Gillard and Harley Dilcher, who so effectively took charge of the photography. Ronald Reiss, our editorp Dorothy Day, who compiled the liter- aU1re. . . Howard Hartley and Joseph Zambito, for the athletic write-ups. Aileen Strabele, Evangeline Millis, and Brenda Dorf, for the senior pages.o 5 Arlene Day, Student Council page. Florence Tretter, the Junior page. Mary Calarco, Sophomore page. Shirley Say, Freshman page. , Jean Myers, Eighth grade page. Joyce Hill, Seventh grade page. Dorothy George, Jean Andrews, and George Pownall. W- g 1 .- E I 1 I R I ,,,s,,,,,-,,..,,wvo- mv-v..fW f,v-PM--ww 2 ' w x -ua xuwlv' vu J 'xx Jwqvxl . ,. .4f' A 1 President ----------- Paul Bostwick First Row: A.Say, Puwetherwax, J.Gillard, PL.VGillard, J.Andrews Second Row: S.Horton, H.Bateman, H.Hart, P.Bostwick, P.Blair Third Row: P.Palermo, L.E-ridge, D.Bigelow, S.Say, A.Strabele In flctober 1940, the high school conducted a cam paign for the election of Student Council officers. The following officers were elected: Vice-President ------ Ralph Gillard Secretary -------------- Arlene Day Treasurer -------- Robert Wetherwax 1. -fr STUDENT OUNCXL A ,-- , I ,- .1 , ,, A 7, x - ,, -ru 1 f. ,'- ZA-U ,.-, .4217 ' I if Q 21 -, 1 ,fa-5' .. .- 1. 1 , ,, . 23.5 -'Tye J f-" ff 1 '-f t -, 191- E 'L 1 H- " 'M Qi ., ., -NU CV. -. gg I, . . b ':- ix ?."' f ,qs E ' 4' ' .." :XE , B ., r. -..., 'i - -. Y ' '- . 11 , . - ' ' . '-,4 , '-G' I -2 , . H - - 5, ,. ,- ,-av' K x 1 J-.1201-. - ' x rf-f -in:-.,,., Q '. '-, - , T, 251 x .,4.. a. 1 W 52:35 45? Zigi - ' , V., .,,'5. 15 ' .riffl ,, I - ' x: 1- 4- ' C X f ,.,.A -I L3 -.'- .?f1..w.-ls-ways. - - v 'f 2?-I-'i '-M. E 1 I. '15 'fi QF -A1 . --4- Amari ,..:-'yiai ' 'ff' - ' --vi V . L , K E m w ngg -- ..,. The classes chose the following representatives "" A 4' V C is iifgjv Seniors ---------- Aileen Strahele A' . ' jifijih Howard Bateman ,gi-:-iff? l Juniors --------- ----Jean Andrews 4,,1W" 579' . ., , ,ne .fit " - -.,' 'Q -L f . John Gillard ::ff ,3q?if.,',4 '. , Q,-N ' " 5-gil Sophomores ---------- Pauline Bl air 1' l Sherman Horton E lf. ', . V ,ii I -, Freshmen -------------- Shirley Say ",' f 'I ' i 2? John Lyon JE ? gf f , MV A, ? 5-fi L. Eighth Grade --------- Bose Palermo guy'--' api" K " E 1 3, Laverne Bridge " " ' Q N . Q - -I Seventh Grade ---------- Jean Myers 'L T "Q, If Donald Bigelow 'Xi-Q 23 " . u During the year, the council has started to draw up fx .J a Constitution for future use in Elba Central, has Q' supplied the students with some new dance records -f and are planning to give the students a bigger and Q. ,- -f' 'Y' better Play Day. On May 2, the council officers and 'K one cotmcil representative from the four higher classes, attended a Student Government Convention at Le Roy. HF ,,-,--.,.....-....,.-,.........-..h..,..,v......,.. L-, 1- 5 ,Y 7. X f,,,,,',,.,,,. , , .,, ,V 11 i,,..:..,,,,,..v.,,......,, , Y : - ,D , , , ,R ,.,. . . , , ,J "-' Y f X,-ni, -1714 ,M 5- ,- , -1 g 1 - M e-,I--1 '-:fu V If JJ 1 3f?2e'fzV XM ......,... .,.-...-...,,..,-'w..a u,.fM.,,. ... 4. M! REVUE SEAN? j, First Row: 'fup3c.. ' Second Row: J! Third Row: Ki"5'-"f14-L-- ' Fourth Row: J! 1 2 ,QA , .f ,Q .J5Lf' 5, X, 'fi- 1 2 zz 3 ' H 5 Q 'G 4? o wt' ""'f aw .Hare, M.Ca1arco, E.Mi1lis, D.Day, A.Strabe1e, S.Maloney .Sai1e, D.Boyce, J.Zambito, R.Reiss, S.Andrews, R.Gi1lard .Rowcliffe, B.Forsyth, B.Dorf, B.Fraser, F.Tretter, E.Evans .George, H.Hartley, G.Powna11, P.Monachino, H.Bateman, P.Smith, W.A11en : X he-I' I Eff . '- 1' 4:15 Second Row: E.Evans, B.Forsyth, H.Eich1er, N.Lewandoske, B.Park, Miss Bickel i? . ' QQ First Row: S.Say, H.Baker, M.S81l9, I.shuknecht, J.crane A, 'Q' ,,, ,ART CLUB i 33 ,,. ,w,,,.,.,f,,.. 'M W' ' - - -mmf ,nw , f 2 f . m...,i,,W,, ,,., . M .iA.. First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: XS. I if CANWM5 CRI EIL H15 fx f -5. 3477 Q MEN 5? DAX . q'? J Qfk A ff? xxx? X D.Test, A.Day, B.Hart, S.Say, S.Ma1oney 'X M.Sai1e, S.Rich, J.Pa1ermo, J.Andrews, L.Cornwe11, Miss Murphy E.Millis, J.Gillard, F.Tretter, L.Coughlin, E.Evans, M.Saile P.RO6CkDQQ,YL.JHHDdlU, W.Al1en, D.VanderPoest, D.G60Fg9 Third Row: F.Tretter, D.George, P.Roeckner, L.Arena, A.Churchi11 Second Row: M.Sai1e, E.Evans, B.Forsyth, N.Lewandoske, H.Baker, Mrs. Kirsch First Row: M.Ca1arco, A.Rowc1iffe, I.Shuknecht, P.Monachino, J.Fiorentino 'LY fafi IQSJIQE' ,4?H, J .::4,-N h ' K -' 53 if ' -V "KSL.,1,:-.. , F ii' , ' I' " LI BRD-RY CLUB 34 i 1 M l V I w I i I nn-.mm LATHQ AND FRENCH CLUB :',tfEE!2::-, .. : , i 8, E ,f i First Row: J.Zipfe1, J.Fiorentino, S.Maloney, P.Monachino, M.Ca1arco, J.Crane, R.Monachino, A.Montfort Second Row: Miss England, N.Hicks, S.Say, A.Day, M.B1ood, C.Jachimowicz, B.Hart, E.Boyce, Miss Murphy Third Row: S.Wigton, B.Park, M.Saile, J.Cudney,F2B1ood,A,Churchi11, E. Evans, J.Howland, M.Sai1e Fourth Row: H.Eich1er, J.Gi1lard, E.Ba1duf, P.Bostwick, A.Borton, W.A11en, J.Zambito, P.Roeckner, R.Henries Fifth Row: J.Cudney, J.Gi1lard, R.Gi11ard, S.Horton, W.A1len, J.Harrigan, P.Monachino, H. Dilcher, P.Roeckner, B.Fraser, M.Sne11 Fourth Row: M.Graham, M.Sai1e, J.Pa1ermo, E.Ho1mes, I.Boyce, L.Cough1in, P.Monachino, H.Baker, M.Sai1e, M.Unamann, I.Shuknecht lg Third Row: R.Zambito, S.Bezon, J.Andrews, D.Bigelow, M.Kohut, J.Motz, C.Jachimowicz, L.Corn- Pg well, R.Kir1fpatrick Second Row: P.Cudney, E.Spar1in, R,Palermo, S.Jackson, J.Hi1l, D.Mattice, E.MacDowe1l, R.Fraser, 5: fjfx D.Porter '.-Q! First Row: R.Andrews, J.Pahuta, N.Lewandoske, S.Good1iffe, B.Forsyth, R.Henries, J.How1and, E. JE six W Boyce, B.Pa1ermo, J.Crane Q 71' 1 i i Y W TWXRLEYL TUMBLHQ ARQHHl CLUBS i E---Aki 5 35 Afm,,.fs,, .. X ' 'M' v '----wr-1-'11-W 1 Vw.: M-.-'N F UTU RE FARMERS GF AMERKCA First Row: E.Pelz, R.Miller, B.Zelins1-fi, G.Coughlin, F.Sparlin, L.Cornwel1 Second Row: J.Palermo, E.Lucey, R.George, R.Wetherwax, D.Boyce, F.Vigner1 Third Row: C.Zambito, L.Mowers, P.Smith, P.Tretter, J.Zambito, S.Andrews Fourth Row: E.Shultz, E.Dorman, P.Monachino, H.Bateman, J.Kelly, P.Monachino The following people were elected as officers A s of the F. F. A.: v ii - - .2 I-I E 5 C X P ' .1- . . , . , ' 'f'Qi.41 l I i ' fb' i -. President---Stanley Andrews Q 5153" ji- I I V , ,H U Treasurer ----- Frank Vigneri ju 5 A ' ' -.4 secretary---charles Zambito '?'f., ' 1 Reporter---Robert Wetherwax Tzlgrqwx 'U1iQ?,N ui', ' -45'jfV W" V 1 -- 45? ' 'i,i,,P? f -'Q ,ff , " Egfif 5'4" mi - "' :fi "W fa if P' -"'T'-Q- ff V. ' 'E a t ff if , I 1,3 5- ' ,QL b a' ' " ' . , V g. QQ., ' E-, V :Qi - , 1 5 si ' . R- - li- ' Q57-. T '--I s l o J, 25: 'Ia 73: wif - . GSW -" ' 5 i . C - A ' A ff QQSPSJLQP . -, .' , L V, A. avgfsgsgrr-J", Q. rap. T, is to Our former agricultural teacher, Mr. New, V,-J Qfg - ,eri,QQ ' gave up his position at Elba Central School .I ' if T,,.g' T?" for fi Position with the Schuler Potato - ' ' C Chip Co. The vacancy was filled by Mr. "g.I'1,f-N f',"' :gill . Charles Crandall of Kendall. ,h The FRF. A. have participated in Several X f-'S-5 "v'sq,..w.l-- ,'a,.."- judging contests which were held in Buffalo, Rochester,and Ithaca. Eleven members went to h ' Cornell during Farm and Home week,and sever- s+gQi,MrwA 35" -al speaking contests were held in which our representative, Stanley Andrews, won first prize. We also held agricultural demonstra- tions, open to different schools, at which Elba placed fourth. S' J, N ,- 4... N " .M g-in-,-.Q-H,-m..w.,fv.,1,-1.-.wg 413 fi fi . ? mi X g Q , xsfg, "' .5- ie' -' J ay . ,Y ff .2 First Row: N.Lewandoske, B.Forsyth, J.Lyon, R.Hi11, M.Graham, B.Fraser, Mr. Urion gf' Second Row: D.Test, M.Sne11, E.Boyce, J.How1and, R.Wetherwax, V.Mi11is, S.Wigton, E.Shu1er, R. 7 A Nutting ff . .... . K Cudney Fourth Row B Hart K.Motz, E.Lucey, H Hart, A.Borton, E Lonnen, I Shuknecht, G Boyce a 22325 AG Third Row: J.How1and, R.Henries, L.Arena, K.Motz, B.Forsyth, J.Cudney, S.Wigton, N.LewandOSke dy ' Second Row: 5.Shuknecht, M.Unamann, C.Jach1mowicz, E.Mi11is, E.Lonnen, E.Boyce, H.Baker, Mr ' T011 First Row: M.Sne11, B.Pa1ermo, H.Ze1inski, J.Pahuta, A.Rowc11ffe, R.Monachino Pr Q . H ' 1 an 1 x Xp - E ' ', wi' - , v,.' . .i 'S' Third Row: S Hare, H.Baker, R Gillard, P Bostwick, P Smith, C Zambito, J Gillard, J.Pa1ermo, J I , , . - . . cg' ' at : 'T P. 5: . . Q S ze ll 7 vw-WW 37 f' ox GLEE CLU B First Row: M.Ca1arco, L.Ca1arco, V.Mi11is, J.Neth Second Row: P.Monachino, B.Forsyth, Mrs. Schogoleff, Mrs. Hare Third Row: Second Row: Miss Given, B.Crabb, B.Wa1dron, L.Gate- First Row: GIQL SCCDUTS First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: JUNlOl5L M.Jachimowicz, J.Pridmore, R.Tassone, L. Eggers, R.Cornwell, C.McCracken, M. Wilford son, J.Gi1lard, R.Rowcliffe, P.Evans, Miss Dorf C.Talbot, J.Ames, M.Horton, A.Sai1e, J.Hartley R.Fraser, D.Test, D.Bige1ow, J.Lyon, L.Cornwel1, S.Hare, R. Nutting Mr. Talbot, D.Porter, J.Crane, R.Cough1in, R.Kirkpatrick, W. Raymond, L.Horton, Mr. Johnson G.Coughlin, M.Graham, R.Harrigan, R.Saile, R.Stokes, A.Myers, H.Geissler H.Forsyth, R.Wetherwax, H.Harrigan, J.Harrigan, W.Al1en, L. Jannain, S.Horton, L.Cough1in 38 N. -f V fm ,imma-Ik Y , .Mft SEN XOR G l RL SCCDUTS ' ' alfr- .X i ix1,2F, BUY SCGUTS 1 I r '1 r. A Si f ,, . xg. , x 1 ' J . l . .x... . . 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'IIL , '., Vi L- ' f "9 """' 'W-A'-H-fwm-..f -.,-.,..,. ,,,, 'V RSHY I' .Q X Ali- 3 WW r 7 First Row: J.Zambito, H.Di1cher, H.Hart, P.Bostwick, R.Porter ,:q' L Second Row: J.Gi11ard, R.Gi1lard, A.Borton, H.Hart1ey, J.Pa1ermo 2 2- Third Row: G.Cougn1in, W.A11en, Mr. Spaulding, S.Horton, R.Stokes wi 'fi jgk' 4 ,f - fy Y 1-0'-3 , ' 'I 4' 5' i 1' xx Q f 5 i iw: Bd, d V JUNIOR, NWRSHY Second Row: G.Cough1in, W.A11en, Mr. Spaulding, J.Harrigan, R,Wetherwax First Row: C.Zambito, P.Smith, S.Andrews, P.Monachino, F.Vigneri Wddffid X , XX L e ' IlulQl'lQlU'PW'if99f-Q'fIvn4v9Y,ux4qvu1vrv"J BASEBALL ill ffvx T fi First Row: G.Cough1in, J.Pa1ermo, D.Boyce, R.Gi11ard, S.Andrews, F.Vigneri tu. Second Row: M.Graha.m, S.Horton, J.Zambito, H.Hart1ey, R.Wetherwax, C.Zambito, J.Gil1ard, Mr. 5 'Ti Spaulding ,Q ffQ. Third Row: P.Sm1th, P.Monachino, P.Monachino, J.Harrigan, H.Di1cher, W.A11en, P.Bostwick it X A 1 T' Q l x F 41 1? Q. I Janet Cudney Betty F01'SYth Rhea Henries, 5 1 f HE ER ..., ,M . ,X LE DEY25 BASKETBALL Varsi ty Coach -------------------- Mr. Spaulding Co-Captains ------ -- ----- Harley Dilcher Paul Bostwick Manager-- ------------- George Coughlin Ass't Managers ----------- Robert Stokes Sherman Horton OPPONENTS ELBA Corfu? C?---away? 33 31 BBeggn 29 35 Kendall 27 31 Alexander? 31 26 QOTHI 27 38 outh Byron 33 27 Pavilion? 32 24 Waterport 15 43 Kendall? 17 40 Bergen? 34 43 Alexander 31 12 Pavilion 37 40, South Byron? 27 26 393 415 LETTER MEN Roy Porter ---- il-To rward Howard Hart ----- Center Paul Bostwick--Forward Harley Dilcher---Guard Howard Hartley-Fbrward Joe Zambito ------ Guard The varsity boys, as well as Coach Spaulding and the hard-working managers, with the support of the student body, had a very successful year. The Junior Varsity looked very good in chalk- ing up nine wins and three losses. Most of these boys will be called up to serve for the varsity next year. We feel sure that with the coaching of Mr. Spaulding, these boys will do as well next year as they did this year. Junior Varsity OPPONENTS ELBA Sou th Byron? C?--- away? 25 23 Alexander 20 30 Kendall? 23 24 Paviiiona S 27 Co r fu 29 17 South Byron 17 31 Alexander? 20 - 14 Kendall 18 33 Bergen 23 29 Bergen? 17 34 COPfu? 22 34 Pavi 1 ion 25 27 BASEBALL Despite a bad start, the team had a success- ful season. Last year we ended up at the semi- finals in Rochester. , We are again looking fbrward to a successful campaign in '41. With only five letter men re- turning, there will be a fight for varsity berths. This year's team will have to work hard V to keep up with the teams of the past, but we feel sure the team will come through with fly- ing colors. RETURNING LETTER MEN Stanley Andrews Paul Bostwick Harley Dilcher Howard Hartley Roy Porter, Jr. OPPONENTS ELBA Oakfield? Cpracticel 8 3 Bergen GF---awayb 7 4 Pavilion? 11 10 Waterport? 7 13 South Byron 3 4 Corfu? 9 10 Kendall . 2 4 Alexander? 5 8 Alexander Cplayoffl 3 ' 4 Scottsville Cquarter-final! 5 8 York Central fsemi-finall 15 6 Won 7 lost 4 The boys of the basketball team fought hard this year for top honors for Elba Central School. A few lucky breaks would have given us first place in the C League. Pep assemblies were held to get the boys into a fighting mood. A large group of the student body came to games and cheered their best for old E.C.S. Transportation was furnished to many out-ofltown games by the school. At the close of the season Elba and South Byron were tied for first place. After a slow start the team exhibited their fighting spirit by coming from behind to tie the score. However, in the last few hectic minutes of the contest, South Byron managed to score and eked out a one point victory. 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' -T V, , ' W, - M- " V "f"'--- ' "QQ - -k"v'l'-'FE I'inll!IlllllIIIllllllIl"v BUY A NEW OR USED CAR FROM BATAVIA'S LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE DEALERS SAVE on expensive repair bills on your old car by trading UP for a modern reconditioned late model used car 'Many to choose from Written Guarantee NEW CHEVROLET FOR l94l The only complete low-priced car MANcuso CHevl2oLET Co THE GOOD WILL OF A CUSTOMER is A VALUABLE ASSET 7 GOOD WILL is acquired from GOOD SERVICE GOOD SERVlCE is obtained through CO-OPERATION CO-OPERATION is working in HARMONY THIS BANK is always in TUNE Elba New York' Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation When buying a new car select 0 IIIIWMIIIIIWIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 4-4 mi Hs' awww - E . - - 'I I i"' A 1- .,.'l - .1,,,,,-,., , TJ, :raw ff'-ga ' I- . i th lefif'-'fig..ir-wif' I LOVE BAIQGAI N That's why I keep a time payment account at Q Wardls. Every time I see a special bargain lwhich ' is practically every dayi, I just add it to my ac- COUl'lt. Moivroomsizv wixizp I can easily pay-out-of-income at Main Street Phone I567 Batavia, New York ROY LONNEN OAKFIELD, NEW YORK PHONE 6OI8 SALESMAN FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS, SAYS: Sinclair H-C Gasoline and Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil and Greases are ITOPS' Q in Petroleum Products and that is the reason your school busses use them exclusively. If you want the best, then we recommend Sinclair Petroleum Products for your car, truck or tractor. Now used in I,500,000 cars daily. 244 West Main Street Phone U34 Batavia' N' Y' Jif4sii'i,ivg1 3 ' Jiaiiisxiiuufg.-5, 1 45 it l 1 bg' tiw - 1:,.,wI, Mc CORMICK-DEERING FARM EQUIPMENT R I WE STOCK AND SELL GENUINE IHC PARTS I GENUINE TS Fon MC CORMICK-DEERING TRACTORS AND MACHINES , ' We always keep a complete stock of genu- ine IHC Repairs for current Mc Cormick- I' 2 5 K- Deering farm machines and tractors. That E' wx is why we can assure good service at aII Q! , A times when repairs are needed. Come to us for genuine parts and get your moneyks C worth. 564 E. Main Street I B t ' N Y Batavia Phone 263 Le I3O3V,L2,5ne'l4i COMPLIMENTS OF C O A L L U M B E R P R O D U C E E L B A N E w Y o R K P H O N E 4 4 6 I N 46 If J - V A.Ii,'.-?- .'f12h2fifE :vm . M vrrvrrgn VVIV QWH YW Y N777 Y 2. g.Rf1MY'.L,Ii1v4:lWM3Zg z 'Y' slfvra-'glil-'292-'Psi-:Pri - " il N I fs VIII : uf 1 I V A-Ig 1 . . Q, . "BATAVIA'S DEPARTMENT STORE OF VALUES' 47-49 Main Street Batavia, New York GENERAL TIRE--KRAFT SYSTEM F I D I E KRAFT TREAD TIRE RENEWING KRAFT SYSTEM TIRE AND WHEEL BALANCING SEACG RD Q2 SLCDCUM OUR PRODUCTS - Guernesey Milk Chocolate Mi lk A Pasteurized Milk Chocolate Drink 562 East Main Street pat Free Milk Heavy Cream lwhippingl , Buttermilk LIQDT Cream Batavia, New York Orange Drink Sour Cream Creamed Cottage cheese C oakfield 6 8' New York DISTRIBUTOR or GENERAL TIRES AND BATTERIES Phone 8 47 ., ,JE f--,mv.,.,.-W-1---f-vw.. - IT IS NO ACCIDENT THAT OUR SPORT CLOTHES PRICES ARE LOW IVICZIL pffvf BQUMITZAD a C0 zlfre Csfofherf .New Masonic Temple--Main Street avia N ' afofva fo UCC!-'ED Jobs are waiting. Prepare to play your part in Ameri- ca's greatest peace-time business expansion programs. IOver 678 RBI graduates se- cured positions in lQ4Ol RBI Fall courses start .... fE,07f JIEND 'ro0A?f Folia l2.l3.I. c:xJrvQ1.cacP-- BAT!-WIA BRANCH I2-B-I f3e3 fvkfxlrq fsfll hniwvllvlihf oinfcvosc. K ..i. I. ii X ..i .-.., .. . f I v i . Q-3 -.3 uf. :Q wWU. ' WN! .' ' 1 -fm-' : ERI 'I' IIHIITI - ,Q 'l"" 'ish . 1, 'fa fs - .1 it ,' '.." TNI- XE -:Qs ' P- ' "?zi913-fa?-' tlcgj - Q . ' Lif g--92flfl1,'tf:.E1w3L , A' :gs , . - . 'i .-fs . 1 , . , .' .-,. g. , 31E.'xEZ+g2'.iff' 'i -. .f ' - V -z4:Ei115i,fP' " 4a.."'.'jj.-1-2'3i,.g': if'n' ,.xp,t..-.f,l: ' N., .g h 4 Wir- - L-:3x3N"1'7 ' 1 if-1F7f', - 3-Q---lf'-e...... ' ' i'f':ff--'zff , Y". f 'N-. i . .... 1Q:?T'V'21f ' ff'1',v". fx -lt ' 1 ' r ' '-- "T'5i3I:'f1--'f3'Iv'-f..cflII"' . 'PTFE' ff?l+:t',f f- 2' ' '11 , ' X , A ""--- 4 .I Q-13 'ff-c---'jr--3 -'h- T if Tie EF fair? mWw:Afq'AaQ59?T' . . .Jimi fn if ' " "-I Q' - ,,. ,.ZG:"J5fI'!?: A 5' -1-'IN-'fffgiaf' - t' 5' '57?'af.iQ: .. ., ' . I-flair: ' 363- K" .-.L.:,,5...,,i,g,.r i A- ..g-.my--I 'i.tyA5,p.,,7i5aJig1gr" ff' . N' ,h I'z-.j.v.'f.- I bf" pst-.u , V. .JLIF WQQQR ef-.fs -.am+Mw Jfrl -...HL fe 'l'i2'f.. - 'f,.f,-.-'3.n11Q,gf f' . 1 -. ,, 1:4-1-B .A nl-,fQ?ji'.'f'!5h'ff 30" . I A, .' ,alk Y AF -x ' 1 3 , -ug, 1 ,. :,.- . I K .H I . I - -' ' ' ' :i+v..i..sfff.g---L..-,.:'. - .I - 5: J.- -Ln The living room suite usually attracts more attention in the winter months. Persons are inf doors a great deal more, visitors are more fre- duent and children utilize the living room to a greater extent during cold weather. Hence, the furniture should be at its best. Many homes today are classed as unattrac- tive chiefly because living room furniture is worn sufficiently to be called shabby. This condition need not exist. You can easily secure a quality living room suite at reasonable prices by trading at Max Pies Furniture Store. Easy weekly payments may be made. We carry a complete line of home furnishings OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT .NO INTEREST NO FINANCE CHARGES You CAN Buy-with CONFIDENCEIAT Nl.li?i.pl.E..? Open every evening w Listen to the CHlLDREN'S HOUR very Saturday--IO to ll A. M.--Station WBTA 48 f " fp AwmTtwwxsrQ?W. f S. Jackson St. Batavia, N. Y USO GRILLW' Apppoi and 'RITCHLINS si-not '24 OF WESTERN NEW YORK'S FINEST BOWLING ALLEYS Better Meals at Lower Prices Main Street Batavia, N. Y. DODGE LUXURY LINER with FLUID DRIVE fr -IM gui 5 typ 5mmiPx gg 5 .- a -u ff QI 2 fffk ?if,,f 2 5.7L Zfyfv L ,,,s. The FLUID DRIVE UNIT con- sists of two disks with radial vanes or fins. Just as in the above example, one disk drives the other by forcing a current oil against the vanes. There is no metal connection between the engine and rear wheels. Dodge Fluid Drive is sure-- reliable--as utterly simple in principal and as dependable as Dodge Hydraulic Brakes. There is nothing to break down, nothing to get out of order. FUNKLT AND AM WHY Handsome H 42 Main St. Batavia run 1 1 -i 1 I i QUALITY DRUGS AT CUT PRICES For your extra protection our prescriptions are compounded under germ-killing STERILAMPS and bottled in special Brockway Sani-glass Bottles REGISTERED PHARMACIST ALWAYS ON DUTY tum mmm slim A U- J- I eyefs cur RATE DRUG Mud Pack Massage 756 Haircut 356 Tonic l5c Shampoo 250 Prescription Experts 84 Main St. Batavia Elli .I. Burclejlt In . DODGE PLYMOUTH SALES 8 SERVICE Oakfield New York Main and Lyon Sts. Batavia I FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING Choice M6515 and Store Phone 65ll. Groceries Elba New York ' Residence Phones 345i - 275i Phone 443i fsallnniiravfiwwewiggegweqmx f ' I - .J .naiu.,w',vw..1, ' -f .-wif- imap" , 49 FRO-JOY SEALTEST ICE CREAM Made Safer for Millions NOTICE THE BETTER QUALITY Y LIKE IT ------------------------------ IT LIKES You E506 03 ICE QQEAIVI General Ice Cream Corp Batavia New York Listen to Sealtest Rudy Valley Program Every Thurs ve Compliments of Q75 2165 eterson s DRUG CO The REXALL Store Drugs Candy Sodas Stationery , S rvice with a smile Elba New York WHEN YOU ORDER PRINTING You can either shop around and award the job to the lowest bidder-Or place the work with a responsible house,capable of the highest of workmanship ---- p ' g wha such service IS worth his is frequently less costly om the standpoint of results Cha.: FMIIIBP pr nitric, . ll7 Ross St avla N Phone IOQ7 JEWELRY OF DISTINCTION MODERN OPTICAL SERVICE Do not delay getting glasses If you need them Decide now to have your eyes examined by optometrist and so avoid the unnecessary eye- trouble that results from ne- a registered your eyes receive the proper care We present the latest style in glasses Numont Arcway Fu -vue Glasses A new cre- ation that gives the added style of rimless eyewear with a greater assurance of safety t J WELERS OPTICIANS gxetjfvmfef uw-f Jfvfrf-1 Phone 473i Quality Hardware Plumbing Supplies Compliments of EIGCLFICEI Equipment ' EL Radios Ranges Washers Refrlgerators BA BUY from your local dealer and SAVE SQCQNY Gas and 05' Elba Phone 4lll New York Elba New York ' ' a In I - .I fr ' OU ' . i i C33 . Bat ' , . Y. 'I SE AND ali?-Q eb ' .E. ' ' glect. It is imperative that p I I -4 I , I E 4 x' ' I I I l Compliments of le I o III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .'... s .-nn. -ul- 50 A " ' "mf " vm, , ,. A g2'?Y?:I: i ff5 ' X. I ,. I: , ,. ,i, , 1:31, Hzzffwi ,, V 'A"' '15 .... 1-.. :M ,,uMMW,,v OLDIMOBI LE AND CADI LLAC, The only two cars in America today with hydromatic drlve We always have on hand a large assortment of used cars to choose from Distrlbuters of U.S. Tires and Delco Batteries l C MMAN u ozuvo folv NC 2 4 6 Mann Street Batavia Phone 907 Genesee County's Oldest Dealers Comp' 'ments of Phu lco Radlos I Electrlc Refrlgerators 81 Ranges Easy Washers and lroners 3+ tlol do 61m Boom HQTEL Jewel ry E Mann t avla Good Meals 96 Mann Batavla an Protect your Vltollty l-nth Good Food Good Rooms The Klnd You Get At Reasonable Rates XI Elba Fllkemilew xark RES TAU QANT half the prlce the chlldren can ea Flowers of Dlstlnctlon T dnnner we're sure wall be a tr t Come eat a meal wuth gusto and zest Our servlce and courtesy are the best A C Complete meals wlth a cholce of vltamln packed foods That Wl ll oleaee you 4s,Maln st Phone 900 Batavla New York 34 Mann Street Phone l232 avla N Compl :ments of B U Y GQANGEQQECQ E N QI C Ll E D BATAVIA BRANCH B d Roasters and Packers Royal Blende Coffee d EIL . 208 . ' S. Bat ',N.Y. ' St. ' d n at J J. S. ' ,P D- . , . it . . . he ' I ' ea . ' Bat ' , QY. ' of 0 M - A I , 51 l ' ' I I at No Job Too Large or Too Small Every Student Business Man and Farmer il-II--7 Has Dai ly use for a Portable Typewriter Corona ----- --Underwood ------- Royal ------- Remington to 'THE Book stonii' far FFNEST HOMEMADE Fountain Pens Stationery Office Supplies 'CE CREAM AND CANDIES Cameras Books Games , wil' like los w. Main st. Batavia A B avla, N.Y. 67 Main St. V BETTER DRUGS I at Compliments of LOWEST PRICES Y ALBERTY Q 8, B 0 DQUG COMPANY 22 Main St. Batavia VEQXV 7Z!0Mf4f+ F0 NC. The Home of Fine Apparel for the Miss or Matron Compliments of RUGS LINOLEUM DRAPERIES l i SCOTT 8 BEAN, INC. --4 ":,,,"'f' ' 1 t w. l R v 3' -' 3' fwwfx, v. 13:15 , f l' flf gig? .,.,:j'flf Carpets -- Rugs -- Linoleums Beds -- Mattresses -- Springs Window Shades - Venetian Blinds Main St. Batavia, N. Y. 206 E. Main St. Batavia Phone l43l Ship Vlaf Compliments of ComDl iments of ex! CEN-I-QAL , Q-fb XL QQ4 QGQO 4 BAKERY mc. Munn avouno iv QP Q 2 mg? Young Men's Clothes Shop John Bicke' Main St. Batavia Traveling Freight Agent 43I Ellicott Sq. Buffalo, N. Y. LBIO COLD STORAGE- 'S B. H. Densmore, Manager Albion New York BATAVIA BRANCH Lloyd Hayes ---- Salesman Compliments of I-IGTEL 0 O 1-LQLLEY Holley New York .. ,, ,, , ,, iw 'fY"f5i. xfefri '-1 if 3: Y-,,'jf,-L"l -142' ---Pig,W.',--fzff-v2'r','J.P711f"'-'-' 1,525 .:aa.i.ia.' t .V -2 nn'-'r'+ ' ' is 5 Q31-Lugz.. E-4 tu, if WATCHES ' BATAVlA'S UPSTAIRS JEWELER 3 2 Main St. A Listen to 'Musical Gems' Every Sunday 2:45 QUALITY FUQNITUQE. al- LONV PQICEB - Refrigerators Furniture Rugs Stoves Washers Radios YOU DON'T NEED CASH PAY WEEKLY There is no interest or finance charges on your furniture MOSS FRDIVME' CJLH'Fv7'71EE?5 86 Main St. Batavia 1 l I i 1 l I SPECIALIZED SERVICE Magneto-Generator-Carburetor Speedometer-Motor Tune Up wwzvp INLJTCI E11acT1zu1 ESEEUVICXL 238 W. Main St. Batavia i-I. M. In rohotm DIAMONDS Compliments of 6 Court St. Batavia I DPP' Post Offme EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Listen to our Ouiz Programs P.M. Station WBTA Every Tues. - 8 P. M. over WBTA Compliments of A GOOD PLACE TO EAT HOME DAIRY CO. Cafeteria and Bakery :EUELUN SCHULER Be.-lutq Shoppe Permanent Waving -- Frederic Method Also Machineless . . . 82.50 up ALL OTHER WORK DONE For appointment 72 Main St- . Batavia Telephone 527i Elba, N. Y. I MERCURY LINCOLN CARS and TRUCKS OAKFIELD SALES SERVICE Glen L. Smith, Prop. Earl Connolly Service MQV- Oakfield New York Phone 205 I For Insurance that insures Compliments of .IALLEN BENTLEY C REDMOND BROS. Q 0 ' Farm Equipment Try OurGOwn Mayogngise M kes a ood a a e er Cletract Tractors-Boggs Graders Elba New York 3 Genesee County Phones Home Owned Stores Barre Center New York El . N Y k . . ba ew or , Phone Barre 666 . Residence 4978 Office 4592 5 2 Y ,I ,- if-111 ' - :ff wa. ..f-,fwmwwmuw we-serev:-H-1. aigiinteanniiiiiiwvfvffffiifwffax IYIINEIUBATIEIU CO. Q'fX.',-' -'-' , vu '-. 'n- ' 'tg I . v35,.L',-ifpig' 1 INl,-...ra..- - tm T. 11' It Pays to Visit Way's ' 9 AMERICA'S FINEST ANTHRACITE "Bl Ulf COAL" New Location R.C.TVEl1LBl1!DE1-E- IO8 Main St. Batavia Elb , N Y k Phone 15294 Phone 466' a ew or Compliments of asso When in Batavia Stop at the I DIAL!! E I Atlas Tires Accessories Gasoline 8Oils S TEA ROOM . - f F Anne Fraser Belcher JOHN IHULEEQ ygqcf .Or Parties by appointment only Elba New York SODAS CANDIES SUNDAES PAW 428' 'FASTY SAMDWICHES Take home a quart of our quali ty ICE CREAM available in: Single Flavgrgd Packages - Tw avore ric s Comphments of Thgee Flavored Bricks We will pack ice cream to keep one to four hours without ex- tra charge. 88 M' St. Batav'a, N. Y. EJ Beczralrfey Co., fna C'-OTHWG FURNISHINGS Sanitone Cleaning Service AND SHOES Complete Fur Service FOR MEN AND BOYS cuz GLEFNWAG oo 65 Main Street Batavia, New York 0 Phone I53' I2 Center St. Batavia For That , - Compliments of COND' IWIGHYS Of "SPECIAL" BIRTHDAY GIFT Visit our 'Year-around' 6 6 fgina M TOY AND GAME DQEPARTMENT L ' ' W c' OPTOMETRIST KA HEEL GOODS HRYSLER and PLYMOUTH AND 1-GY S3.leS and Service N. Bergen, N. Y.-Batavia, N. Y. Center Street.. Batavia, N. Y. Center St' Batavia ' 54 ' E If 1f'f:i--fi-mf . 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