Elba Central School - Revue Yearbook (Elba, NY)

 - Class of 1942

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Club 4 Art Club 2 Photography Club 1 Speaking Contest 3 Lewandoske, Nellie Ambition-Undecided Senior Play 4 Art Club 3,4 Library Club 3 Archery Club 3,4 Tumbling Twirling. Speaking Swimming Gp A. A. Club 3,4 Club 3 Contest 4 Club 4 4 Fiorentino, Jennie Ambition-Nurse Latin Club 3 Junior Play 3 French Club 3 Library Club 3,4 Art Club 2 Photography Club 1 Speaking Contest 3,4 Archery 3 Swimming Club 4 Hartley, Howard V Ambition-Graduate from West Point Basketball 2,3,4 Baseball Football 2,3,4 4 junior Play 3 Revue Staff 3,4 Magazine Drive 4 Boy Scouts 2 Bowling 3 , 9 -55-g..,.f15,lJ , '- - 411 I V 7382 lyk' f . I 'Y' '.WwfQHE I ,,,,-,., .,.-. M 4,2 If ' - ,,,21'11'1,:aLi,w'-Zia' fum ,I fy ffwf 1 , Q , 4 XZ I fl I QQM' a?2?WJ 1 ,Z f X ,Q'Qy,..,b : fy Q 4 , ff ff 1 I 50' 4 ' ' 'K 'iff fglff' 14 f f fi-iv an 1 7 f W 1 if fp 2 Borton, Asher Ambition-Coast Guard Paper Staff 1,3,4 Revue Staff 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Junior Play 3 ' Senior Play 4 Latin Club 3 French Club 3,4 Student Council 4 Photography Club 1 Boy Scouts 1,2 Band 2,3,4 Magazine Drive 4 Bowling 3 Speaking Contest 4 Saile, Marjorie Ambition-Nurse Paper Staff 2,3,4 Photography Club 1 Senior Play 4 Latin Club 3 1 Girl Scouts 1,2,3,4, Art Club 4 Speaking Contest 3,4 French Club 3 Swimming Club 4 Archery Club 3 Tumbling Club 3 Burns, Virginia Ambition-Success junior Play 3 Revue Staff 1 Home Ec. Club 4 Photography Club 1 Class Secretary 2 Gillard, john Ambition-Undecided Bowling 3 Boy Scouts 1,2 Student Council 3 Student Council Pres. Band 1,2 Basketball 2,3,4 Football 4 Baseball 2,3,4 junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 French Club 3,4 Revue Staff 2,4 Photography Club 1 Paper Staff 3 V r 'r ,f".""'w': ,. . - ,1 - 'GEEIFCSQW M. . 'Y HY? 5ibH' Jf'!' -tio". "" " 1 1 'rf' 'aJM'- - 1.25 1 . My ' ,iw Zambito, Joseph ' 11. Ambition-Physical Ed. Bowling 3 Magazine Drive 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Baseball 2,3,4 Football 4 Senior Play 4 Junior Play 3 French Club 3 F. F. A. 1,2,3,4 Student Council 2 F. F. A. President 4 Photography Club 1 Paper Staff 4 Evans, Emma Ambition-Art Teacher Paper Staff 1,2,3,4 junior Play 3 Art Club 2,3,4 Latin Club 3 Photography Club 1 Revue staff 1,2,3,4 Library Club 1,2,3 Archery Club 3 Swimming Club 4 Tretter, Paul Ambition-Air Corps Football 4 P Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 F. FQ A. 1,2,3,4 Revue Staff 4 Vice-President 3 Photography Club 1 Speaking Contest 3,4 Paper Staff 2 f u liiy .Nga " ,W ' . K K ,I A ' .fm-,,,.,., J, , ' 'L' ' .2 3, ,, ...aes-f1i,.r 3' - . -' . , yj..1.-, '---f'3:p1?sel-w- leg," 'Y , -., :i'k frwwrrqn If , f ' '.:,l '."' v ' , . 'I' - 'E - ' . . , 1 1' .1 4 ,:g!i?. ,H - 21:-.M A J r , . 3 V, Q 1 ' A 21 -. L-'lg , ' l A efwi , . , s Af,.K1af'1F?frfw': VY. - .'.v-., A twe ak W, 1. ,fd E K :I-5, , h 4 - 5.7 am may-Q-g -f d F is A B I In lf-GQPWML EEASS-HlSIOR5L In the fall of 1930. Asher Borton,John Gillard,' and Ralph Gillard entered the old school as pupils in the first grade. One year later William Allen joined us. Jennie Fioren- tino and Joseph Zambito became members of the class in '34 and '35. Seventh and eighth grades saw many new faces as pupils from the outlying districts entered our midst. These included Betty Berg, Virginia Burns, Nellie Panek, Paul and Florence Tretter. As we en- tered the new school, Shirley Maloney, jean Andrews, Marian and Marjorie Saile, Shirley Rich, and Emma Evans were added to our class. The present class was now complete except for Howard Hartley and Nellie Lewandoske, who en- tered during our Sophomore year. During our Freshman year, among other things, we presented a one-act play, 'Country Cousins',during an assembly and held a Hallo- we'en party. Our banner, purchased the year before, was the first to hang in the new school. E 'Hobgoblin House' 'Hobgoblin House' was one of the most horrible, hair-raising mysteries ever to be staged in Elba Central. The intense moments of horror are balanced by comedy furnished by Delilah and Henry. N CAST Darius Krupp.- .... u.- .............. Asher Borton fThe old caretaker of Hobgoblin Housej Miss Priscilla Carter ............ Marian Saile fThe present ownerj Marian Carter.. ............... Shirley Maloney fHer niecej jill Carter ................. Nellie Lewandoske cMarian'S younger sisterj Frank Harlow ................... joseph Zambito CMarian's Fiancej Our Sophomore year, which was more or less devoted to study, passed rapidly. How- ever,we still found time for several parties. As juniors in 1940-1941, we held a suc- cessful Harvest Dance, and presented a three- act comedy, 'Trouble in Paradise', which was a huge success. One morning the entire class was found to be bruised and shaken as the re- sult of a roller skating party held in Roch- ester. We presented flowers at Class Night, and served the Alumni Banquet. We ended the year with an all-day excursion to Crystal Beach, Canada. With the profit obtained from our Senior play, 'Hobgoblin House', we were able to buy our rings, announcements, and cards. During the last two years in high school, we have been under the able supervision of Mr. Benton We take this opportunity to thank him sincere- ly for his whole-hearted cooperation in every- thing we have undertaken. Henry Goober ................... ..john Gillard CThe darky gardenerj Delilah Worts.,..- .......... ' ...... Nellie Panek fThe darky cookj Bluebeard Bronson ........... ..c.Paul Tretter QAn escaped maniac, Bill Wilkins ...... ........ 4. ...Ralph Gillard fHis helperj Patricia Arnold...- .... ..Jean Andrews CA rich girly The Headless Phantom ..... .... u..- .... ????????? Among the many horrible blood-thirsty events of the play were the hideous screams supposedly coming from the lost head of Nellie Bronson. What could be more horrible than the tolling of the funereal-sounding ghost bell and the appearance of the Headless Phantom? The production of 'Hobgoblin House' was a huge financial success. Approximately ninety dollars was cleared. Second Row: R:Gillard,A.Borton,N.Lewandoske,J.Andrews,J.Zambito,N.Panek,M.Saile jack Loring .............. .n.William Allen fjil1's Fiancej Susan Parkins..' ........ 1.. ...... Marjorie Saile fThe 'Henglish 'ousekeeper'j . irfij., . iii' 'ff' yifif 1 -,Fx mx- .-,LIL ,LA ,, -Qs., , mf? SENKOQ PLAY CAST Q H, 5' j u'.:j,j , is-a.a.,w rrrsf.w.r-,a..' I Front Row: M.Saile,S.Maloney,P.Tretter,j.Gillard NAME Burns, Virginia Berg, Betty Fiorentino, Jennie Tretter, Florence Panek, Nellie Lewandoske, Nellie Rich, Shirley Saile, Marjorie Saile, Marian few 5fX fi, " -' EQ. nw ev -1- 14 115 if aw PE? 5 3 f ' 4 if 2 5 a , 1 ' 3 T xi I , W . ,, 5' I . , w -. D . J' q 5 1 Q if F, .., X , 'EQ kg, fi 'E 5 .2 , 2 . Qaw gg 1 it Y I1 FK 'A' C P. C pl ga 1 Maloney, Shirley A 'Andrews, Jean Evans, Emma Hartley, Howard Zambito, joseph Giliard, john Gillard, Ralph Tretter, Paul Allen, William Borton, Asher AMBITION I Will? c Success in whatever tried Teacher Nurse Secretary Nurse Undecided Artist Nurse Teacher Undecided Secretary Art Teacher Graduate from West Point Physical Education NOTED FOR Walk Promptness Gossip Screams Quietness Quick Temper Toehead Big Feet Ability to Boss Angel's Face Long Fingernails Silly Grin Broad Shculders Geometric Ability 'WILL BE fgg Home Ec. Teacher Head of reducing School Silent for Once Assistant to Einstein Unpredictable Giving Advice to the Lovelorn ' House Maid' Shoe Clerk Society Editor Old Maid Wife of a Farmer - House Wife Football Star Mucker r Undecided Fastidiousness Don Juan Army High Marks, Second Arthur Murray Air Corps Fatherly Attitude Dead Air Corps Unpredicted Attendance, Fat Coast Guard Breaking Glasses Hermit iii? 35-g.+idfj:',,,L , ., -.,e".4--...T t. g..1.:. :.g-.:- .sc ai..." '14 Y, wb -time. ' N .1 p. '--,fy 5.1. , '1 18 be CLZUYI' WILL We, the members of the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and forty- two, 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 advisor, we Qwith regretj leave our good friend, Mr. Benton. 2. To the junior girls we leave the Senior girls' ability to be sophisticated at all times. if V 3. To Shirley Wigton, Nellie Panek's quietness. gjfpi 4. To Gladys Ford, Emma Evans' silly grin. E352 S. To Grace Cosway, Marian Saile's 'gift of gab' iii! 6. To Irma Shuknecht, jean Andrews' long fingernails. gig? 7. To jimmy Palermo, joe Zambito's curly hair. 2555 L . . . . . . gt? 8 To Louise Arena, Maryorie Sailehs slimness. 351 I :if 9. To Ueonard Hart, Howard Hartley's way with the women. iigf 10. To Rita Andrews, Betty Berg's ability to blush. -E531 11. To George Coughlin, Asher Borton's ability to study. fig? E 12. To Mary Calarco, Paul Tretter's agreeableness. :Li- 13. To Janet Cudney, Shirley Maloney's freckles. 'P if Pauline Blair, Florence Tretter's enjoyment of trying to 14. 'ro QT.. persuade the teachers of Elba Central to do what she wishes. g2?i 15. To future,presidents of the Student Council, John Gillard's jg3" ability to hold a quiet and effective meeting, "k-7 16. To the junior Class, the Senior Class's brilliance. 'if 17 To Shirley Wigton, Jennie Fiorentino's enjoyment of being F . late. fThis, combined with hers, will produce the greatest 'T enjoyment possible in this line.j L To Mary Lou Underhill, Virginia Burns' 'slow and easy going ', walk'. x ' "' 19. To Robert Stokes, Ralph Gillard's ability to get away with- - out doing his lessons and still acquire excellent grades. 20. To Jean Howland, Nellie Lewandoske's red hair. ' 1 23' Q f S .. r S v. P' -x A 'ef- 55 -t 12 .A L we' 5 'I' X ' w in -.' i eel .- f L 1. I 4 1,2 TY' 1: 211. , .1 if. J -.1 ff' f .- ,- 21' 2 -Ji 21. To everyone else who has nothing bequeathed to him, the Class. We, the Senior Class of 1942, leave this our last will and testament, and instruct those hereby endowed not to distort the meaning of this paper and hope that the benefactors will appreciate the sense in whi written. it was HfZ6,iEai fL?:gW4Fw ulgaen . . W , 15 -,u ,., 4 .,-M V , " e gillwf- ' 2 ' ' best points and characteristics of the members of the Senior, ,jf fbi iii? 12 : 4 15,5 l rl 1 5 F , I Y l L 11 . 1 . w ry, 1 iff V' " 4 'ai vi . 17. w4Q 1" 1 r , '! Q I I .W 51 i Q a ,QQ 5 :fa 'Q 1 .ii A . 1 'rf' xii 'G 'I l i First Row: M.Fite,B.Peters,E.Eiswerth,E.Churchi11,J.Crane,R.Andrews,G.Coughlin Second Row: Mr.Schogoleff,P.lV.onachino,A.Day,I.Shuknecht,V.Mi1lis,J.Neth,M.Calarco Third Row: G.Cosway,B.Park,B.Forsyth, ,B.Ze1inski,R.Lonnen,j.Pa1ermo,R.Stokes Fourth Row: H.Eich1er,R.Wetherwax,D.VanderPoest,j.Ke1ly,P.B1air,S.I-Iorton,R.Sai1e CLASS OFFICERS President ................. James Palermo Vice-President.. ....... Arlene Day Secretary ........ .... Evelyn Churchill Treasurer .............. Robert Wetherwax Student Council Members...Bette.Forsyth George Coughlin The Junior Class this year has been set- the shining example to all future Junior classes of Elba Central School. The example is one of cooperation and how it benefits a class. ' ting During the first of the year we present- ed a very successful movie, a matinee and an evening performance. We have,already,ordered our class rings on a new plan, The plan is to order the rings early in the spring, earn money in summer to pay for them, and receive them in the fall. I I , -1 C LAI! 4 . Several parties were enjoyed during year. 'Haunted High School' is the play we presented to the public. Its high point was the general confusion reigning after pupils take over the ruling of the school for a day. Their chief problem was the so- lution of three murders. CAST Flavia.Delande the fElocution teacherj Cordelia Drake CAnother teacher, Ambrose Giles fSchool janitorj Pearl Southard . fwho pays a tragic visitj Mrs. Ogden Pendleton fwho is socially inclinedj Johnnie Strupe fa detectivej Stephen Jefferson fwho is under suspiciony Myrna Manson 166 UQ fwho works in the office, A Penny Pendleton 15 .,- -L. .Mew-wsu Celia Sampson ,, ,Ji '-A-'1rfe"W'-f Sqn if 'sf x .af givin, - , -if 'F'i12?ffff7'fff:ff"?-15 Esther Myles Wvmwp , fm L3 Wg! mwpk , , I - ggggfcjqrr 'ffa3Ab gf! , 5 ' .-Qgk Clarence Arliss '.,ffQg'g -' iffff' 1 UT.: '- IH: Q Butch Callahan - fun"r.: T: - W 'f . 3'., - v'4W , -. f :Lf-A ' :' 1. f"'g 'f' .1 . mi ij I. . My wx Wayne fDopeyj Sheldon ,e giff Q . T VV P he at -1 - P r. - ,n, -. ,.f: -, i . 1 hu iq - pupi s -Q, ,r - sf A 7:g3 -j-' I ,f 3' vffp QQ, C D , i,' ,,9r f ,giyg C F I ,L f.. 5. , - , ' 'zz I f ,v ly! ,K , 1,4 3. 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'-, ' , ' ' ' ' W'-..f ' .4 , ' - ' "' . ..4.: t, g f ir, - ni, - " I 16 Cuxff '44 11,15 3,36 i First Row: A.Montkort,M.Sne1l ,R.Pa1ermo,j.Dickout,S.Say,R.Monachino,R.Nutting,J.Zipfel Second Row: Miss Murphy,M.Kohut ,C.Jachimowicz ,R.Miller , S.Good1i ff , j.How1and,E.Boyce ,B.Hart ,M.Unamann Third Row: I.Neindorf,R.Henries,G.Ca1kins,A.Myers,L.jannain,H.Geiss1er,J.0.xdneY.M.B1ood,S.Wigton Fourth Row: F.Vigneri,L.Arena,M.Graham,C.ZenbitoQL.Hart,E.Schultz,R.George,F.B1nod,V.Baker The Class of '44 started out the pres ent school year with this slate of officers Rhea Henries--President Clara jachimowicz--Vice-President Leon Watson--Secretary John Lyon- -Treasurer Under these officers we have sold Glas Glo as a money raising project. Paul Smith,a former member of our class is serving with the Navy in Newfoundland. An other member of our class, Eugene Sparlin, moved to Barker. We also have a new member Anthony Monteleone, who came to us from Man hattan. - W' Q. V 1 , ',,' Jig: r- . A- . .--3,41 ' in LJ:-v in-F: ' ,l A. C I 2 ,J ., A fl-ii" If 252' 1425 I psig' wZ'Ei,, H , , -.. 1. r,it Q11 vo gf-r yn: vis' - ' bl ' 1 . I . ' 4...-. , ' f , , ' fir: X 4 we., . .- xx if c - s if P nib! l -..-'sf-ff--4'2' 1 Q n l ,NW . Z, e 4. SOPHOMORES The Sophomores run at a risky rate, With a class that numbers to thirty-eight. We hope to graduate in the year forty-four, But some will probably add a year or more. I'll begin with the Ag boys, diggers of soil We wish them luck in their never-ending toil Our attention then turns to the hammer and saw, Wielded by shop boys whom we hold in awe. We-mustn't forget to include in this spot, The people who pour out the music sweet and hot. I guarantee that in future time, We'll produce some typists from this class of mine. In language and math we are not surpassed, For some of our members can't be out-classed Last but not least,we have the physical best Our gym students do their work with real zest As you have surveyed this class of ours, Can you doubt that we have unusual powers2 js , I :,,.,-fatty.. 14 J " 2 r f.f'f"I'--E. 4 :ll-ini 4. , Q , ' -ii fr . fi i if , ' o . t . -r'A' -"' ' " ' - N-""" 21 H .gif ' if .L A AQ, - , ' g 'e'4i 1- ff ' , , - 7 - "'V -"" T y " , ., :.- as e f f 'iw-will-".. -. 4' "" if-l 'W me -- 17 ' K Al Q' A-ffp: ,fri-, . 1. If- . f. , ,.,v,,', ,., a .4 ' v First Row: J.Schultz,W.Raymond,B.Kruegar,G.Ford,T.Tretter,R.Hzrezga,D.Test,I.Boyce Second Row: D.Rich,C.Shults,A.Ca1araco,E.Geissler,D.Coughlin,L.Su1imowicz,S:Johns,M.Park,Mr.Ta1bot Third Row: R.Tassone,V.Cudney,L.Bridge,E.Ra1yea,N.Gavel,R.Haus,C.Fiorentino,D.Panek,E.Stokes Fourth Row: J.Myers,M.Underhil1,B.Mowers,R.Harrigsn,R.Richenberg.K.Post,J.Iffrueger,N.Kirkpatrick,.C.Berg We, under th They are the Freshmen, had a prosperous year e leadership of our capable officers. as follows: President. ..... . .Robert Haus Vice-President.. ...Doris Rich Secretary ...... ..Alta Calarco Treasurer ........... -. . .Ne-llis Gavel Our class has had threeparties this year. The first one was a theater party which was held at the New Family Theater in Batavia. ,- Mr. Kirsch wasI kind enough-to take us in one of the buses. The second party was a Valen- tine par ty in the gym. At this party we play ,Jax "- f' Abx.b:e'3?A'T"'. .. ""' YQ," , " gg r ,. ...., f f wse' . 1.25, ' 'fe . .- ..- 'G X ' IW.-1 many games. The last one was a farewell party' for our home-room teacher, Mr. Talbot. Refresh- ,A , FI-if by 1 . I V. . I-55 ,Iv TI I , 4 , CLAY! 156 fig ments were served and he was presented with a sift- ' Q1 . . is Qi if ' One of our cIl as smates, Rachel Tassone, was viii- confined to the hospital. She received letters 'Q . ' "i' ffl "1-' ' 19'- :ff ' wif' ' ' ,IIIIIII from the Social Studies class. ' ' ' QI ' ,'a' IjfQf,55' . . Q ' a f we ii Our class is buying defense stamps and XI K, ,- bonds for the defense of our country. We also "' YA. ' ' donated to the Red Cross. ' ' I if N I I ' We are al so' .doing our bit by writing ' f'f'L""'?'et"Ef A I g ',,IggII.I,IIII M 'N-X-, , letters to the men in the ar' ed f rces. l"35fW'?gii'1,..- '1L'.'S5-- 'Z' 17' '5 ' m o e.,,1s.,,,,.II IIIIL 7: I, III, , M, 1 - ,S1giff':3..u, Y., fp V W A .. 1- at a r oO! 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'ff'7'T4. , ' I is 4 , ' ' .W - 5 s -fgz, 4 Q, ' is - 1 L2'7iris2f3'rP ' " ff y V-71 1 I , I3'Tf4gI5,fj.,,3I . nt lk"-a"'lLKt'iv M JL , v ' ll."f "'-V ' ' 1 GQADE. h W0 FYFEIYBW: . ey, . u er, . or er, . xp e , . a txce,B.Montgomery,H.Warner,R.V1gner1,R.Fraser ' C9 Second Row: J.Mi1ler,J.Bur1ing,M.Tassone,S.jackson,E.MacDowe11,D.Coswsy,B.Pa1ermo,C.Cough1in,Mrs.Strouts Third Row: R.Arens,j.O.1rrsn,G.Boyce,EJ-Iolmes,B.Hart,R.Xirkpatrick,R.Za.mbito,J.Hil1,S.H.are Fourth Row: S.Bezon,D.Bige1ow,j.Motz,D.Scheiber,L.Cough1in,E.Karas, I.Boyce,A.Gubb,D.I-lart 1 Q ,- gh. ' fi Af' EFRX4' J: .Q . r ffgf 'iff ' ii If - -'lm qff ,wp--l3,. 17,4 N i . A ffpguw Xa'-. vi! as ,-ifrff. 4.31 f r if Q3 ' : a s .52- 3 15 Q?" - .' " , " 7 rr: H 1' 3 ,f . .. : ,z A hi' V 1 ' I - .- -'-A? vw- L31-Q-.V .- L . 2 , A ff" Q f? cfii' , , "iM" , E 2 .-5" If 3 ' ' 3' if ,- ' f ifouirh Raw: D.Erhardt,T.Say,H.Underhil1,D.Arno1d,H.Ruck,G.Driggs,L.Eggers,F.B1ood,J.Pridmore,j.Ze1insk1,W.We11Er Third Row: L.Gateson,H.Lewandoske,L.Eich1er,M.jachimowicz,P.Monachino,S.Panek,G.Smith,j.Gi11ard,E.Kelsey,R.Rowcliffe GRADE nd R Mr Johnson C Barber T Rich J Crane,P Randall A.Horzempa,J.Bur1ing,R.Wx1son,R.W11cox,L.Sai1e Seco .owz . , . , . , . . , First Row: F.Sulimowicz,J.H.srt1ey,D.George,J.Ames,j.lVonachino,L.Horton,G.Crang,A.Saile,C.Manhardt,B.Craft I " I 1 76 :JC r xrst Kow: B.Monachino, S.I-Kirkpatrick, J.Mattice ,T.Gi 11ard,E.Meyer, R.Cough1in, C. Tafbdt ,Ejlare Second Row: Mrs.Hig1ey,R.Di1cher,F.Schultz,V1Hicks,M.Horton,O.Boyce,G.Conibear,R.Boyce,S.Gubb I Th' d - ' xr Row, V. Stokes,E.Watson,A.Rowc11ffe,C. Seavert ,J.Muscare11a,M.Meyer,R.Vigneri ,B.Crabb,P.lWans Fourth Row: R.Martyn,G.Al1en,F.Smitzney,R.Cough1in,R.Shu1tz,R.Unnmann,D.Wi1ford,D.Pope,E.Wi1ford 116' -I vm '- V .. ... ' , ' 5 I r It , -,. Y, M.. , 'il' ... , -7? X If C , ,,V, ,A ' E . ' . e . . Rf .' , w ,M 1 3-1 ,L '- L' JA, if Q .. - ' " 'ilk ' ow' .yi ., F f . g-- ' g 9155 .4 1 6 X, ..-kg ' Q? P V , V n j g f it vJ u1f1.' 11' - ,AF . I ,A -- " 1 s I K 1 A f' V WV '-:.. '- I L- -. ' ff ? K " d ff, if -f -' -' 1 -d ai f ' If L1 . -gg hqntf. 1 I 1 L' - Third Row: S.Zsnbito,J.Parker,J.Suu-tz,M.Pridmore,M.Rosborough,F.Neindorf,C.B1ood,B.Krueger,S.Bonney Second Row: D.Wi1son,P.Pa1ermo,E.Bo1dt,R.Shu1tz,M.Ke11er,M.Harkness,PJ-Iensel,N.Ke1sey,D.Rowc1iffe First, Row: F.Panek P.Vi ' C. ' ' ' , gnerx , Lewandoske,N.Gexssler,V. Speed, J. Sa11e,H. Churchz. 11 ,D.Baker 20 ' G GRADE6- 175 176i 14 5 ING C QADE'5'o GRADE nf i First Row: Mis Cfiardihs,P.Ralyes,B.Erhardt,H.H2zr'zempa,if.Shu1tz,M.Brown V Second Row: E.Jenkins,j.johns,M.Putney,J.Forsyth,H.Shu1tz,W.Rupert,A.Ha1e Third Rowg K.Ccugh1in,L.Conibear,C.McCracken,W.Brinkman,M.Roth,T.Underhil1,I-l.Rowc1iffe c J 14-A JVC qw ff: , 1 : 1" i wi Wx V' , fr .- 4 fhsf' ' "ff: 'z Zi af 1 , P 9 1 Lf' A ' , if :'lf?f.1-, ' 2 ,A 9, , .51 .M L h. .H h 2. - 4 '- .Y .- V P , : ,- A - 13, Wug, - .eq 5-:-"1 -,+ v' ' a., ' .f iq 1 -. , P. A 'W' we f ' A aa ev -. fr 1 M W . ,w-fn V. 1fwL.a,r.-i',ffn.L I.: . ,I Agri.. ., 1 L 5 gryx yu - T4 ,L . ,J .. 'N . 'fi' 'Eh '1 X15 ,-'-. ' if - .Q k'k"' 1' V ,,a'9' gif-'iff- ' ,. H I' K.. Ai. ' -A tl- 4-4 g' L-:,-1 'mwrsi-F , my h,:-.j,- - 1135, Ayw,-mc,r:wq,4f.fma,,-:. -.fe-.ff 1-'-warg.. 7 ' 5 T""" rg, " ' "L 1 -,I 5 ,- ' gqfg my, -x.,..- . A K ..w.,..w -'Tl' .Ima A f -A . .K :Lu gl . : l 4 V Sli-I qlvvl i 41' 'likcg r v -:f : ,.'.,, ' .' '. J' ' , T g' - '23 bg .- 'H'-V ,, I : D 5 , '- 2 L 5 ' -' J -' - "'-W 'mtg' 4 . Y --1, .Mm ,uf ? "A, ,Q -may , 'Rn ' ' , , X -' . - - A. 5 - . Fourth Row: j.Ford,P.Recksrd,G.Acker,A.jschimowicz,D.Shultz,D.Wood,D.Pnrk,H.Maske11,S.Monachino,A.Warner, if 6 N.M n ch' o - " o a in lb G GQADE.-4-i Third Row: R.Fite,L.Cfudney,L.Weber,M.Stokes,D.Manhardt,K.l-Iall,WJ-licks,G.George,D.Johns,H.Baube Second Row: D.Wood,C.Pa1ermu,P.Gave1,P.Rich,j.MacDowe11,E.Brown,L.Cud.ney,A.Gi11ette,V.Erhardt First Row: D.Wi1son,I.jannain,T.Wood,M.jannain,D.Montgomery,H.Park,D.goyce li 21 1 First Row: R. StokesTjTStocking,D.'l'n1b0t ,MJ-late,F.Ze1inski,J.Shu1er,B.Horton,N.Mattice, R.Ra1yea . Second Row: Miss Given,R.Shu1ts,F.Reckard,P.Vi.gneri,O.Palermo,A.Underhil1,M.Cosway, N.Manhardt,A.Sumeriski,S.Smith,D.Wi1son - Third Row: M.B1ood,B.Sanderson,A.Dunn,O.Monachino,E.Wiedrich,F.Zambito,B.Jenkins, E.Moss,R.Schu1tz,J.H.i11 I Fourth Row: V.Bonk, j.Ourran, W. Dart , W, Wil ford ,R. Hea1e,M.Muscare11a ,D.Msske11 ,H. Unnmann , R.McCracken,S.Germy,N.Post . GQADE. -2- First Row: M.Holton,S.Monachino,C.Unamann,'H.Schultz D.Swartz,D.Griswo1d,R.Q1dney Second Row: B.Wood,V.Boyce,j.Forsyth,J.Edgerton, E. jannain,R. Jachimowicz ,A. Johnson Third Row: Miss Burr,M.Shamp,S.Shultz,K.I-Iorner, M.Di1cher,S.jenkins,L.Shuknecht ,L.Airth Fourth Row: j'.Ruck,T.Seavert,D.Benz,M.Shuknecht, :D.McCrscken, S. Crane , E. Sackel 1 fi I A V i P - , 'G " A' , r ' r w L?" W vs I 2 'ff 'T 'I x " rr ,I 4, q w-rf? ff-. ' V 1 .5 .i ? 1? V . xx tu ,ll if P J f Third Row: R.Fite,R.Mowers,T.Ros's,L.Bogue,D.Congh1in,A.Pridmore,B.Cough1in,J.Panek Second Row: Miss Dorf,B.Moon,G.Shuknecht,J.GiI1ette,A.Bielawski.,,S.Andrews,F.Bezon, H.Maske1l,F.d2erer First Row: L.Wi1s.9n,B.Manhardt,D.Roshorough,E.Dunn,A.Zicari,A.0rr,K.Shultz,B.Baker E P 22 Gl2ADElj3- 'ggxfe 51.52 .ft V L. ff Q , rv X I . A . .5 . l?f.'1 45- 1 i '- 1 'T' A iw, ,,,5jE'!E-'ff Q3 f-iTg?'N Q '9 lk 4' 1 H A 4 , ' it . ,f, , . -1 ,I " ' M f ii nf ix , , . V -.,9' JE! 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Everyone looked down on Citronella. The poor girl had to sleep on the ironing board in the kitchen. This year Nellie's stepmother was at Nice and her father was in Alaska, training dog teams, and so Brenda and Cobina, freaks that they were, 'could torment and punish Nellie as much as they wanted to. ' Come morning, up she would hop from her plugging in cords: the coffee-maker, ironing board and start the orange-juice squeezer, the toaster, the electric shaver for the but- ler, the cake-mixer, the hot pad for the ca- nary, which was used to living in a warmer climate, Then she would scamper up the long, sisters' a- There she telephones, portables, hair dryers and sundry other de- vices. The two sisters would spend half the morning, putting their faces on straight. This evening the sisters were going to a charity ball in honor of Destitute and Broken- down Panhandlers, a very worthy cause. Freddy Ickaroo and his band of cats were go- ing to play. Brenda and Cobina were a-quiver with anticipation. They even had new teeth made for the occasion. The step-sisters tor- mented Nellie, by telling her how wonderful the ball was to be and how sorry they were that she could not go.- Indeed, the poor girl was wishing very hard that she could 'swing out to the music of Freddy Ickaroo, the handsomest bachelor in show business. When the two sisters were finally ready, they took the elevator to the first floor, got into the family limousine and purred off to the ball. ' That night as Citronella sat on her ironing board, she heard the wail of a hot trumpet and there in frontfof her stood a strange person. 'I am your fairy God-mother,' said this beautiful visitor. 'I know that you want to go to the ball, and I'm just the one you -must be winding flight of stairs to her partments on the second floor. would run about, plugging in to fix you up. But remember, , H, home before twelve o'clock as. all myw magic will vanish.' Thereupon, she touched Nellie's rags and they ,became a' beautiful dress of gold and scarlet, encrusted with jewels. A cucumber in, the pantry changed into a super-streamlined car. 'But, oh,F-said 'the fairy godmother, 'you must have something to make you distinc- tiqe.' Thereupon, to Nellie 'she handed a pair of pure gold eyelashes- Nellie thanked her godmother and put on the eyelashes. Off Nellie rode to the ball, and burst upon cafe society as a new celebrity,4 making her wand to ' iff' . p ,,!'f5,. ly ,M Qloria Vanderbuilt turn green 'with envy. Having danced and dined the evening- away, completely capturing Freddy's heart in the meanwhile, she obediently started home at eleven forty-five. She stood in the door- way, waiting, for the door to open, and she heard the clock strike twelve. Her clothes immediately became rags and her car changed into a cucumber which lay.at her feet. 1 The next morning as Nellie was helping- her step-sisters, they told her all about the beautiful debutante who had 'crashedr'.the charity ball. They told her how. she had made the band leader fall in love with her by the way she fluttered her golden eye- lashes. ' - ' The next night a charity ball was to be given for the benefit of Chill-Blained Robins which had stayed too long up North. I Brenda and Cobina primped all day in preparation for the ball, and in her sweet, unselfish way, Nellie helped them. That eve- ning, after Brenda and Cobina had left,Citron ella's godmother came again and turned her rags into a still more beautiful dressf Citronella stood in the doorway,waiting to go out and step into her super-streamlined auto when her godmother said to her: 'Here are your gold eyelashes, and don't forget to arrive home by twelve, or all: my magic will vanish.' ' ' That evening as Citronella danced, she entirely forgot the warning,and only when the clock started to strike twelve did she real- ize the time. Freddy tried to follow her as she fled, but all he saw was a raggedu girl running down the street. The next day the papers were full of the disappearance of the beautiful deb and of Freddy's.frantic search for her. Freddy would get up early at twelve o'clock every day and set out in search of his beloved. All over the city of New York, he went. To Brenda and Cobina's house, he came with the gdlden eyelash that Citronella had dropped in her flight. , The girls tried on the eyelash, but it didn't fit either one. Nellie skipped into the room just as Freddy ,was about to go- Finally she asked if ,she copld try on the eyelash. Brenda slapped her across the room, but up Nellie rose, came back to Freddy, snatched the eyelash out of his hand and tried it on. It fitted perhectly and triumph antly she took the other one out of her pocki et and clapped it on her other eye. just then she heard the wail of a hot trgmpetfand there'stood-Nellie's godmother, who changed Nellie's rags into a beautiful dress. 'Freddy immediately recognized her as the debutante at the ball and so did the two step-sisters. lFreddyvIckaroo and mediately married and after. Citronella were im- lived happily ever -' Bernice Peters, Class of '43 . ' N .:.,.,s.f.-..-- ' '2syq,.. -',fr7y, N ' ,LGT-if wi S. ' H B -piti- lx. I Y ' 't' ii . vb I 1-, " 'W' 3, gg ,wid , . 'A , . 1' ' - ' .- 7 . ' 73,5 .'--Q 1 fbi t "' U' -Q 3 ' ' -z Vit- - ' .rf Mfw fi? QW him 3?HEif ,lube-hrfl O , 35.1.-.af av:-my 3-gg Q, f , - ,rv .'wiq Q fi1'pR! ,, ,' .-fatal. a -f' iff? 't if -kk . AJHFA Jar iii: 'Q .i,,6H.,ag I ' q.5iMW gf -gf 4, ,. Q Q. li .1 ilix I Q 2 tif. l' "f Q' 'J H lA gm' ' Q 'wwf uf" fi .I , "2 -4,. ' W' edwwwvjfu, QXNJQSNQN ' Q 3. 6- . we-Q , ft gqiq7.W 'Pl' LH' U 4 A Kitten Like a soft ball of fur 5 Was this little brown kitten, 5 Like a still picture U When he was sitting. ' U Blinking his eyes Q And swishing his tail: 4, Twitching his whiskers, -M'j M And looking so frail. ,fi-gf Better not tease him, He's quick as a flash. Life ofua Pencil I was new a mere few weeks ago, E Sitting proudly on a counter in a box, When who bought me but Susie's beau, Dark haired joe with the wavy locks. These few mere weeks, Oh! such a-life, Who'd guess a pencil could suffer so? I've been shortened again and again! Life's a strife: I've'been thrown across rooms, nicking ribbon bowm I've drawn cartoons, teachers, and boats: Yet I had nothing about it to say: To girls I've never,seen, I've scribbled love notes. . Life is surely full of dismay. ' I'm bitten and scarred as if I'd been in warg My big new eraser was bitten, then tossed! My limbs from being thrown are sore, My will was bent to another boss. He'll turn right around And give you a scratch. Jean Dickout, Class of '44 In 1941 the consumer had taken atory course in education. On De 1941, his notice of admission in of reality was officially received. In this all-out war against Powers, the citizen of the United a prepar- cember 7, the school the Axis States has Yet I shou1dn't complain, thinking over my past, For me there'l1 never be any more tasks: I hope this handkerchief box refuge lasts. How am I 'sitting pretty?' you may ask? My secret I'1l reveal to you: Remember dashing Joe, my first owner? I've been borrowed by all he knew. Poor beau of Susie! Such a loaner! At last, I I was lent came to Susie herself: to her by her old beau, become a necessary cog. It is his duty to face the facts without flinching. He must also make the best of a serious rubber short- age. He must face higher taxes without grumbling. Soaring food prices should be taken as a matter of fact. He must show char- ity toward Red Cross and all other beneficial organizations, as well as his own government. He must lick his wounds, swallow his pride and flinch from nothing. He must' and will .make it clear to the barbaric hordes that he believes in himself and his countryf With a prayer in his hearf, a fight in his body, and an unbreakable spirit he will say: She kept me--sly as an elf, Now I'm a treasured mementol-from Joe. r Marie Park, Class of '45 THE COLE CIRCUS On November 7,1941 the Student Association- sponsored the sensational fifteen-act james M. Cole Indoor.Circus, featuring jumbo, the four and one-quarter ton elephant of Madison Square Garden fame. A great financial success, the circus net- ted the school around 5110. Much of the credit for making this a success goes to William I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one na- tion, indivisible, with li- berty and justice for all. Howard Hartley, Class of '42 Let's Remember Pearl Harbor Let's'Remember Pearl Harbor In everything we do, Remember the fallen soldiers Who fought for me and you. Letfs remember the slogan: 'Loose talk can cost more liv Because you never know - Where there mayfbe some spies. ES 'Q f!! 5- ' Mary Tassone Class of F46 Allen, general chairman. The whole student body worked with him and with other student leaders to undertaken in student well as in make the greatest activity ever by any council an accompfishment cooperation and participation as financial returns. xx 271- , ThelschooL'supo1ied the Midway which lined the lower corridor from end to end. The concessions were: fortune telling, ring- the-duck, bingo, pitch penny, darts, hand- 5 writing analysis, skeeball, and most out- standing of all, the Gay Nineties Revue, under the direction of Mr. Keith Wilson. Featured among the reviews were beautiful girls, arrayed in the gayest costumes of the Nineties. The stage show consisted of the Bearded Lady, the Wild Man from Borneo, the Strong Man, and a stirring melodrama. . The community wholeheartedly supported the activity and all who attended, both old and young, enjoyed Elba Central School's first attempt to present a circus. - June Zipfel, Classfof '44 -guru-e:a::""'-"-'L-"-N 'Q'-'-H 5' IET L. ' , -1 ,TA , is-,, Y . ' . ' . xg, ' " s iiiggl' . 1 ,I 7 GLAMOUR Bu-r-r-r-r ........ .a mad scramble: arms, legs, brush cuts, blood-red fingernails, groans, shouts and pokes! The Sophs are be- ing dismissed for the day. Ginny walked quickly out the school en- trance, oblivious to the calls of the 'gang', and into the wet slush of a March thaw. Today was the big day and it had to be foggy, and yes, it was raining slightly. 'I-oops .... gosh, I almost fell, and with this carload of books. Who invented homework anyway?' she grumbled to herself. fGinny had an armful of books which she took home every night, should have studied, but never did.j 'I don't see how teachers expect a per- son to study every night: I've gotta give myself a manicure and ......... I'll bet that new tar cream I sent for came today.' Splat .... a wet pig tail in the eye, Pig tails were one of Ginny's most recent pro- jects. 'Ugh! I think I'll change my hair-do too. Either the boys practically pull them "'?T""'l"F?' Snipg snip, kerchoo ...... 'Oh dear, now there's a big chunk shorter than the rest.' 'I'll just have to it's sort of ragged in cut the sides shorten the back anyway. I can't see so well in this mirror. This cer- tainly is a tiresome job. I must have worked twenty minutes and my hair still isn't even. I can't cut off any more, it's up to my ears now. What a mess at school tomorrow and the neighbors' tonight.' 'Oh, yes, I'll wear a chiffon turban like Marlene Dietrich and cover it up 'till it grows out again. I'll look much older and more sophisticated.' 'It's lucky Mothe cream on the dresserg have spilled on it a nothing to be sneezed a r put my jar of tar the nail polish might nd 53.50 for cream is t ...... kerchoo ...... or is it? I just can't come down with a cold, not tonight.' 'Say, this cream i s awfully gooey around my ears, smells like rubber cement too. Well, anything for the sake o f beauty. I'll put a little extra on for good measure.' 'There's Mother. What'll she say when she sees my hair? Gues on long enough. At any hair cut will be enough with this black smeared 'This water's hot, of soap. I wonder why Mother'll fix it.' WMother,'Tcalled G s I've had this cream rate, the shock of my ,without her seeing me all over me.' and I'm using plgnty it wonft come off? inny. off, or they get blown winds.' off in these March 'The new neighbors are moving in today, the Brewsters. fSigh.j jerry the other night. Mrs. Brewster spoke of He is seventeen.' 'Of course, Jerry is a boy,' she thought. fMrs. Brewster hadn't stated there was any doubt in distinctly, but when such matters, Ginny never even considered girls.j The cold slush spattered her legs, and her saddle shoes were wet too. 'Maybe I should have put boots on this morning, but since there wasn't more'n a foot Qf snow, I...Oh fudge! Who wears boots these days? It isn't the style.' 'Jerry.V ..... ...I wonder if he's handsome? Oh well, it doesn't matter much if he's a good athlete. Broad shoulders, and the Brew- sters have plenty of money, so he'll probably have his own car.' 'I wish I'd ridden home with the gang. I'm hungry. I'll bet 'Mush' would have bought a Fudge Sundae for me,but one has to be alone with one's thoughts sometimes.' 'Ginny ran up the back steps, put her books on the kitchen table and was headed for the ice box,when a note pad,plainly exhibited reminded her that she was on a diet and on the path to glamour.. 'Oh, well, it's nearly five o'clock. Mother ought to be home from the Red Cross Meeting. Golly, I'll have to hurry to cut my hair before she gets here.' VHaving thrown her on a chair, she dashed We can easily see wet kerchief and coat upstairs. which room she entered by following the wet tracks, and even if they weren't visible, we could hear. Kerchoo! Crash! That sneeze caused the downfall of a bottle of nail polish and dis- aster to Mama's new throw rug. 'Well, I guess it'll just have to be dry cleaned2'v surmised Ginny, 'and I'll have to get' glamorized to meet jerry tonight. These scissors ought to be just right. I wonder how short I should cut it?' ' Mother came up and found Ginny in an at- tack of sneezes, overcome by a tar cream pack and immediately came to the rescue. But alas, here comes Mother to Ginny's room about two hours later. 'Dear,' said Mother, 'jerry Brewster is downstairs and she has the most beautiful red hair. I'm sure you and she will get along just splendidly.' Ginny gasped, 'Mother, did you say She had red hair? A girl?' 'All my glamorizing, my starvation diet my hair practically cut off, this black gooey cream that won't come off, and Jerry's a I girl! Shirley Say, Class of '44 On Daydreaming The most useless pastime in the world is probably the most indulged in. It is day- dreaming. Daydreams are called idleness by the ambitious. They are called fruitless by the successful. ' However, daydreams have been worthwhile. Surely, Edison must have been a dreamer. His dreams have brought forth great inventions such as the electric light, and the phono- graph. If it had not been for daydreams, there would never have been such great men as Einstein, Isaac Newton, and Ben Franklin. Hayden, Beethoven, Bach, and Wagner must have heard the melodies of their greatest compositions in their daydreams. When men relax, as surely they must, their minds are always active--daydreaming. As with all pursuits, there is a time and a place for everything. So, must day- dreaming be kept out of classrooms, business offices and places of labor, to be reserved only for the privacy and solitude of one s home-life. G Marian Saile, Class qf'42 CTI rrngi 5 ,,,v"""""':-,-w1""'j1f"', . ,, 1 'L 'X Zh , P. ff" S '3'::', -. 1 'lx .31 "n ,p " 'ki-mlfllif, ' , fm N7 f JWff:f7.,v . Q.,-1945 1 1. - r . 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MG lr., , First Row: D.Porter, D.Test, G.Ford, E.Shuler, R.Wilson ' STUDENT COUNCIL Second Row: Miss England, G.Cough1in, M.Unnmann, M.Calarco, J.Gillard, j.Zipfel Third Row: N.Panek, B.Forsyth, G.Calkins, A.Borton, J'.Gillard, J'.Cudney' The election of officers took place at the beginning of the school year. Our campaign was one which will go down as the most lively in the history of student government in this school. The contest was between two parties: the 'Starsf and the 'Stripes'. The officers elected were as follows: President ....... y..John Gillard Vice president... ...Mary Calarco Secretary...... ...June Zipfel Treasurer................Daniel Test The representatives from the classes are: Seniors...Nellie Panek...Asher Brown Juniors...Bette Forsyth..George Coughlin Sophomores...Janet Cudney.4Glenn Calkins Room 201 ........ Mary Unamann , Freshmenf.Gladys Ford.uLawrence Pridmore' Eighth...4.Elaine Shuler .... David Porter Seventh. ..... 'Jean Gillard.uRobert Wilson This new council started its work witlrhn- thusiasm. In October the annual magazine drive was followed by.a party given for all students who had sold at least one subscriptionf ,In November, our greatest undertaking was the Circus, which was a success, financially and otherwise. , After this event,a week's campaign was conducted to encourhge the sale of basketball tickets for the season. This drive proved to he unusually successful because more tickets were sold than any other year., Pop and candy sales were very well conducted, and the stu- dent council takes this opportunity to thank the beopleicooperating at home games in pro-' viding funds for future endeavors. I During March, student council members were invited to attend an area conference at East Rochester where a permanent organization known as the Western New York Student Government League was set up.g Elba Central has the unus- ual honor of being a charter member of this league, which was created at the-Le Roy meet- ing in 1941. The yearly play day sponsored by the coun-' cil will take place in June. The entire day will be devoted to sports, entertainment, and the presentation of awards. This is democracy in the making.. A553 ,.a.e.q.., LBRAEY CLUB First Row: Miss Giardina, E.Eiswerth, E.Churchi11, I.Shuknecht, J.Crane, j.Fiorentino Second Row: G.Cosway, F.Tretter, E.Schu1tz, P.B1air, L.Arena, R.Tassc-ne " - f 4 . ' M- ,- ,f ,, Y f1,l1'ff'Z-ii? lT5:22,f:1: .A :-'ji'f.5:.? ' ., ,. ,. l uk ,Mfg j::11'Q " A ' - ,' A4 in , ' :-':l" ' J" -F ,y R ?' ,,. 1152: . Jftfv Y ' ' 'Y -:if :ji .V - we " ' 4- ,Q ai." ,-' 1 -' "' A , . Q. f',ff1f..:25y-:'f' . 'fr f f f' ' -swf? 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K Agn,-nv-za-7m+..., ' f-.-,.,-, - - "' M ' - wel -N 1: , ' .-- A "-'-ref, Third Row: B.Park, M.Sai1e, M.Underhil1, H.Eichler, B.Forsyth, N.Lewandowske, G.Cosway Second Row: S.Say, S.Rich, E.Evans, I.Shuknecht, A.Dzjy,' D.Panek, Mrs. Burr First Row: M.Ssi1e, J.Crane, J.Neth, B.Peters, D.Coughlin, G.Ford ART CLUB .31 A CAMPUJ' CQ! EQ., .. "TY-, I 5 LF f -- -f f-'-" W rg!-4' fd Pxrst Row: D.Porter, J.Gr11ard, B.Peters, M.Sai1e, S.Ma1one, J.Crane Cflvf 15 Second Row: j.Andrews, M.Unamanri, S.Say, I.Shuknecht, Miss Jadick, A.Day, B.H.art, M.C.dlarco' A A - ,3'73'3? if Third Row: N.Panek, M.Sai1e, RJ-ienries, J.Cudney, 'j.I-lowlarrdy E.Evans, J.Myers an "Q, 'Q' '57 Fourth.Rowg F.Tretter, J.Za1xbito, W.Al1en, A.Borton, D.VanderPoeSC, B.Berg, B.F'orsyth , . 571' , "?:.'l?iy. , 'x Third Row: R.Sai1e, R.Wetherwax, D.V d an erPoest, Mr. Crandall, i9.Tretter, j.Zambito, S.Horton, M.Graharn Second Row: C.Berg, F.Vigneri, RJ-iarrigan, R.George, K.Post, B.Ze1inski, j.Palermo, A.Myers First Row: S.Ha ' rezga, S.johns, G.Cough11n, j.Krueger, R.Mi11er, L.Su1 imovivicz, E.Ra1yea 52' ? - - . , 1 f , .va r Q Of 5 4 9 f U u cvlfxgb S0000 F F. A. O LATIN CLUB 1 First Row: A.h1ontfort, R.Afonachino, B.l-kart, S.S1ay, j.Crane, j.Zipfe1 Second Row: C.Jschimowicz, j.How1and, B.Park, M.B1ood, S.Wigton, E.Eoyce Third Row: V.Bsker, F.B1oocl, Miss Murphy, H.Eichler, R.l-ienries, J.Cudney 1 'il .. V" V' r ,E-rv-f"P"r"f"'?m'lrfA f' fl?" "iii A , .c -if ' "v-. 55-'5,:. r --ws. ' fr " .LM LLLYW-:,,,g.:E-frrezfi L5 Hi? ' X 'f x., Q- 1- f if f 1' ' '- -l?i-.9 " - " E- 1g:'j"T' "M 1 ' '- -f " a-F Q, ' 'va if, - ' - .j u . :M -V 3- .K ' " 1 'I Ar. : ,A--K ' Ii JA I. 'XL ary:-J',,v , , i 'h ,f w, J ' ws, , - -' - k5'35'f, . 5 .' 1 .-,:1:2i,,!.,x!Km I, ' X - ff' .V f ,,TfiL1fi-nf---N 'r v . -4 .,-- -- -- , "' N. xv? ' ,... 4,1--rff'-If 1 Q A ., ' . i I . . V . I-gd ' , -- V- 'figs' ,-arms - ., 1- - L f - f' ' ' ' ' ,E - -f -'-Q -A FRENCH CLUB Third Row: B.Berg, j.Gi1lard, A.Borton, C.Zambito, R.Gillard, A.Myers Second Row: M.Ca1an:o, R.'Tassone, M.Sai1e, N.Gave1, A.Dsy, Miss England First Row: R.Nutting, D.Coughli.n, A.Ca1arco. B.Peters. D.Test 33 4.1 I fl I 45. A -V, , . ,, First Row: MJ-Darkness ,B.Krueger ,j'.Zipfe1 ,M.Sne11 ,P.Evans ,E.Watson,E. Shuler,J.Gi 1lard,j.l'li11,G.Smith,D.Test BAND Second Row: R.Rowo1iffe,E.Boyce,J'.How1and,B.Hart ,H.Eich1er,J.Lyon,M.Graham,B.Forsyth,R.Henries,S.Good1iff,S.Wigton,B.frabb Third Row: E.Wi1ford,G.Boyce ,L.Watson,C. Zambito,A.Borton,D.Pope,G.Driggs ,J.Pa1ermo,j.Cudney,S.Hare,L.Sai1e ,X X ,us .Q ij ' , XX r pi, ' 3' --.I -i' Y. 3, ova-: E f . -, Y " 1, Az, .X fp- . A I ,J ima , A Y L 1 ! s K, if fflrl R -. 'N 511-',. ,. QQ,-3737 51-2..E -1-J Ti V 9'1" " oroo or n r g no f . , ' I JH? 4 'I , 4 ' Q , -, ' H . '-Q 7' A I .5-1R..4,r - , fi!-1' D- - X5 f- -Y , Q ff, fe? Fourth Row: V.Baker,R.Henries,F.Blood,B.Mowers,E.Shultz,N.Kirkpatrick,L.Arena,B.Forsyth,J.Cud.ney,M.B1ood Third Row: E.Boyce,J.How1and,S.Wigton,N.Panek,J.Myers,G.Cosway,C.Jachimowicz,M.Unamann,V.Mi1lis I Second Row: R.Palermo,V.Cudney,B.Hart,I.Shuknecht,M.Kohut,A.Dsy,S.Say,,D.Panek,A.Ca1arco,Mr. Wilson First Row: J.Zipfe1,T.Tretter,B.Peters,J.Dickout,D.Cough1in,G.Boyce,G.Ford,B.Knreger.R.Monachino Q 34 GLEE CLUB GIRL ICOUTJ' BO JCGUTJ' Lxrst xow: M.Ae11er, J.nart1ey, U.Ueorge, A.5ai1e, M.HarKness, C.'1'albot Second Row: Miss Dorf, P.Evans, R.Rowc1iffe, MJ-iorton, j.Ames, Miss Given Third Row: B.Waldron, L.Gsteson, j.Gil1ard, H.Lewandowske, A.Horzempa, V.Stokes Fourth Row: -M.Jachiniowicz, R.Tassone, L.Eggers, C.MacCracken, j.Pr'idmore, D.Wil ford Fourth Row: R.Saile, G.Driggs, M.Graham, J.Lyon, L.Cough1in, L.jannain, R.Harrigan Third Row: D.Bige1ow, R.Kirkpatrick, H.Ruck, D.Hart, C.Berg, L.Gubb, R. Unamann Second Row: Mr. Johnson, W.Rgaymond, R.Cough1in, J.O.lrran, S.Hare, Mr. Talbot First Row: D.Porter, L.I-Iorton, R.Fraser, D.Test, R.Nutting, J.Crane, 35 First Row: R.Henries,B.Berg,j'.Gi1lard,B.Forsyth,j'.Cudney,B.Park Second Row: Miss j'adick,Mr.Wilson,Miss England,Mr. Schogoleff,Mr. Benton,Mrs. Burr Third Row: J.Zaxnbito,P.Tretter,H.l-lart1ey,D.VanderPoest,R.Porter,R.Gillard Fourth Row: B.Peters,S.Say,A.DBy.E.Evans,j.Myers,M.,Ca1arco,S.Maloney An annual publication of this type serves, first of all, to show our parents and friends outside of school the nature and scope of our activities. In future years, it will help us to relive our high school exper- iences by recalling events that may seem all- important to us today, but which will be for- gotten easily as new responsibilities of adult life confront us. A yearbook furnishes an opportunity for students to cooperate with each other and with faculty advisors. This project-gives an immediate incentive and provides a definite stimulus for original design creative writing and accurate typing. The editors gain prac- tical experience in photography, and commer- cial art, in organizing material logically and attractively, and in selling advertise- ments and finished copies of The Revue, The Revue is a bond between upper and lower grades, between individual students, and between each pupil and his school. Be- cause of the shortage ofv paper and the de- mands for all-out national defense, we may be unable to publish another' annuaL.until after the warg We have endeavored, therefore, to make this book a graphic portrayal of all phases of life,as we know it, in Elba Central School , . .w:.-.,- . ,-.-.w"'-' M 'rx csv. 'F E5g51"'4lv I flgg, Hxjfg?', 'iiiifjf ,- h V 2? 1 whvggsg A v.E:iEi"'G4Qi r . .fake-" 5. A A. Y . Hs- " "' "sH f2iKLe'1c.2, f-:maui H f xi ,xv H s-ah . it Qj'jiWq43Ef4'e5tid'xl V he ' A . 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First Row: C.Fiorentino, A.Myers, R.Wetherwax,L.Bx-idge, C.Berg, Mr. Schogoleff 55, Y .-vi' , - . A-'il 4,41 -5, I .. . Y- lg - - I ' . -f' tr. V BP- JAYVEEI 35 tt h F CDT BALL " X. 9 X gust Row: R.Stokes,J.G111ard,R.Gi11ard,j.Pa1ermo Second Row: S.Hnrton,j.Zaubito,R.Porter,C.Z.ambito,R.Wetherwax W.A1len,P.Tretter,Mr.Linderman,H.Hsrt1ey,D.VanderPoest . , I Air u .- vf .q:,v , Vx' , 4- 1 1-. 7 ' --egg f '- : F1 ' .I ' .- Sw. - 59 " "E Q -1, 'Y ., F . . 1 .i ' , ,Tw A L ,gi 1. 'itf' +-22.1 -...V J'-T-. .- Q-I 'Q f u . L- .Q lj f-Qf f Y --:gif ff. , 1 ilj' X- 1 ' 3:1 1f,q4,A A-r 1, .. . U . -,- .f , .. ,eg I . J M ,gn . 1 ,. -' -'fe-:4 v - 4, I, ' ",57'ii L -41 A' 1 , - N -- ' -1, ', - , -1 -W, , ,, L me. L . .. -ek -M - K 1' ' if if " I ' 2. 'F' A Q . 51' - k f '- ' V jg, f I 5 - 'p 'z C, 5 , ,jf 'A 5 L V V A' E Z , LE 'a 9 ' 1 . "1'4 ,tl ,cz , . , .. L: 4., 'Q . 1- .4 ff .ca 'L' .- . 1, P15' W. f-'Q . ' M.. f 1 ' W- 1 Q H ' , -1 an r-fa .--f ,I ,4 x 3, ..,'.-l,,,,..:v.,.,. 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Unamann,A.Monttort Second Row: B.Forsyth,J.Cudney,Miss Steinhauser,R.Henries,C.-Iachimovzicz,N.Gavel One advantage of a girls' gym teacher is that there is an opportunity for every girl in school to participate in a sport in which she is interested. Each season brings a change of activity for noon recreation and last period. With Miss Steinhauser's help, we have organized the Girls' Athletic Association. The manager, Rhea Henries, and a representa- tive from each class was chosen by the group. They are as follows: Senior, jean Andrewsg junior, Betty Forsythg Sophomore, R. Palermog Freshman, Nellie Gavel. In each activity where teams were needed four teams were chosen with a captain for eac 1 h. .'m,,. w .,. X . GI RLS' ATHLETIC ,- vp if - 192 m'f 'ff , .QP 1' 5. ' .f 1 N' x ' ai? X Q, , ' 1. .J 1, Aff OCIAT ION N , f y Other events which have ACTIVITY Archery Shuffle Board Ping Pong Kick Ball Swimming Bowling MANAGER Rita Andrews Mary Unamann Janet Cudney Clara Jachimow Betty Forsyth Shirley Wigton taken place are: WINNING TEAM High Scorer Mary Unama icz at Y. M. C. A nh at Mancuso's Other sports for which we have not chosen any teams or captains to date are: badminton, baseball, and track. These rre scheduled for May and June. We have had play days arranged so that different schools come to Elba or we go to other schools. These play days were arranged So far this year, the winners have been as follows: TIME ACTIVITY MANAGER WINNING TEAM Dec 1 Soccer Rose Palermo Janet Cudney 323' 1 Volley Ball Rita Andrews Clara Jachimowicz Mar' 15 Volley Ball Class Contest Sophomore Mar' 30 Basketball Rhea Henries Betty Forsyth Abt' 17 May 1 ' May .30 janet Cudney Rhea Henries Betty Forsyth June 1 at the beginning of the year as follows: ACTIVITY PLACE Volley Ball Elba Basketball Medina Basketball Oakfield Central West. Geneseo Bowling Le Roy Swimming Batavia Baseball Holley Q Central West. Rochester Indiv. Sports Albion 1 , mf CLASS REP. Freshman 6 Junior 6 Senior 6 Sp.Group 4 Sp.Group 6 Sp.Group 8 Sophomore -8 Sp.Group Sp.Group 6 '4 '4- xf 8 I' F .il f :Ll N t A 5 ".,, '11, :wi J Bl ,-.,, .ff ,A . :r'efeLL-.AQ-1-Ay CI-I EEI2 YLEADEIU lf . ,.-,gt W ..M . X P AK, , ' 51-41' .425 .X '.gg3,,r :fa fig, in I -aff g1f ,,if:'If I' v'Ii..tS, P . . VARSITY BASKETBALL The Elba Central basketball team com- pleted a fairly successful season by ending up in third place in the G.O. class C loop. The boys started strong and finished even stronger in the league this year, but a mid-season let-up dampened the chances for a championship. The team beat every team in the league at least once and had a fast pass- ing, hard driving attack. The team will be hard-hit by graduation this year, but with the remaining varsity men and the reserves, the team should again give a good account next year. When our coach,' Mr. Linderman, left for his new post as a physical instructor in the Army Air Corps, Mr. Schogoleff took over the coaching duties. The team extends heartiest wishes for success to Coach Linderman and our sincere thanks to Mr. Schogoleff. Coach ........... ..nMr. Linderman Captain ....... ...Ralph Gillard Manager ......... ...Robert Stokes Ass't Manager..... .... Roger Saile OPPONENTS ELBA Hemlock" 28 22 Hemlock" 34 39 Pavilion 11 21 Alexander' 24 21 Bergen 24 26 Kendall' 22 24 Waterport 14 41 Corfu 38 31 South Byron' 27 24 Pavilion' 28 24 Alexander 27 30 Bergen' 37 19 Kendall 27 57 laterport 27 33 Corfu' 32 36 South Byron 35 44 415 505 "non-league ' games away Won 9 Lost 5 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL OPPONENTS ELBA Hemlock" -8 16 Hemlock" 14 19 Pavilion 18 9 Alexander' 23 21 Kendall' 12 14 Bergen 22 24 Corfu 12 7 South Byron' 21 4 Pavilion' 16 13 Alexander 13 23 Bergen' 23 9 Kendall 18 12 Corfu' 17 10 South Byron 20 16 237 197 "non-league 0 games away Won 5 Lost 9 This year's J. V. team being young and of less experience than some of the previous teams, had its share of difficulty and had luck. FOOTBALL Football did fairly well in its inaugu- ral year in Elba. The boys won their first game and completed a successful home season. Our outside games were not so successful, but this was due mainly to injuries. The team will lose several valuable players due to graduation which will make a fight for the varsity bench next fall. The team's opposition has been composed of teams who have formerly played eleven-man football. With the advent of a six-man league next year and a year's experience, the Elba football team should be in the top ranks. With the support of the student body, foot- ball is sure to be one of the foremost sports at Elba Central School. OPPONENTS ELBA LeRoy 6 19 Alder' 21 6 LeRoy' 19 18 Elicottville 6 6 Elicottville' 54 6 LeRoy' 1 36 18 'games away Won 1 Lost 4 Tied 1 Coach ............ Mr. Linderman Game Captains...Howard Hartley John Gillard Ralph Gillard joseph Zambito Manager.c. ..JRobert Stokes BASEBALL OPPONENTS ELBA Oakfield 'K 7 6 Alexander " 1 ,2 Corfu Here 3 7 Bergen There 0 12 Waterport, Here 10 27 South Byron There 7 12 Alexander Here 6 7 Kendall There 3 2 Kendall ' 9 7 Pavilion Here 4 8 Won 7 Lost 3 Kipractice game W play off game for league title at Batavia Last year the team slipped somewhat from the previous year but should receive due ac- claim. The team was defeated by Kendall in the league playoff for first place at the Clipper Stadium in Batavia. With a few breaks the team would again have been a representative at the 'sectionals but that will be an incentive to work for in the coming year. last year's team will again be team should give a good account the G. 0. loop as it has always done in the past. If the present World War doesn't inter- fere with school and its activities, the team will again look forward to a successful sea- in Rochester: for the boys Most of back so the of itself in SOH- The Constitution The Constitution's been our guide Through years of strife and peace: And like the Ten Commandments, Its goodness will never cease. For just as long as we obey Its rules so good and true, Our country'll be the best of lands For folks like me and you. Edith Schultz, Class of '44 Poetry I'll try to scramble up some words And put them in a verse, But I'm afraid you all will That nothing could be worse. think I wouldn't take a task like this For any amount of money, For I don't like.to work on things That people think are funny. "VT9fy I' W"-' T, , :F ,ff'.t.,,.,7i,vWJ3. , - ' ' "mv,--3-"V..i'g1 No More Written Lessons" The teacher stands before usp' Very solemn is her face. She tells us of the war That has put us in our place. The first thing you Is save on paper The pupils all give 'No more written can do to help , How? out a yell, lessons,'now!' When the lecture's over The children all look sad. But because they must save on paper For this one thing they are glad. The teacher stands before us As she proudly declares: Your lesson for tomorrow Cannot be done in pairs.' 'You're to write a composition About two pages long: Why we should save on paper. Now please don't do it wrong. Michael Graham, Class of '44 D01'-is Rich, Class of '45 N ,V -Q-Q.......L -.f:.-'.:Jc-:Z ii.. 0 " ' """m'x-Y' 5 . Va Jimmy: 'I wish you would give me a dark breakfast.' 5 4:? M Mother: 'What do you mean by that?' Gi ' ,K jimmy: 'Well, last night Dad told you to give me H' a light supper, and I didn't like it.' fl 'q Waiter: 'May I help you with that soup,sir?' QL Q.k, Charlie: 'What do you mean, help me? I don't need -, . any help. ' Waiter: 'Sorry, sir, from the so-und I thought you f 3",f'?i might wish to be dragged ashore. ' Ji.-A, zyfjli'-.' 1'- ' 'Lili 1? -Somebody got into Mr. Coughlin's hen house last 1 gl .,,z . ge W.. T-,-'SQ e faggafg? ifgafh g? Saturday night and cleaned out 200 chickens while 5, Qfgiifj' Mr. Coughlin was attending a Food-For-Defense rally.' '-i.' ' g f F352 'gfiigp Qfgg WE Pastor: 'Joe, you asked last Sunday for prayers for -Q "Jag" "-' Bell: would you like this ,repeated this Sunday?' 'QQ'-Eigjhgykkgk 'L Joe: 'No, thank you kindly, reverend: Anna Bell won viQ'X'j5QyQlibf . last Monday at 7 to 1.' !Miss Murphy: 'What are the annihilated Russian Armies , doing today?' -,14, faF?fHg uf Doug: 'They appear to be chasing the ever-advancing ff' -. f-1, .r . N .. ' and victorious Nazis. ' - .L - " rex 1, V' Og- ,1--.f.ff9r-- -l .f,-,.-,yi - Mother: 'Well., son, what have you beenmdoing all 1'y',Q9 ?i a f t e r noo n ? ' ' Roy: 'Shooting craps, mother. ' 159, 541-V --',-'ggi-Q Mother: 'That must be stopped. 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A. k R J w BUY UNITED STATES DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS THE GOOD WILL OF A CUSTOMER IS A VALUABLE ASSET GOOD WILL is acquired from GOOD SERVICE GOOD SERVICE is obtained through CO-OPERATION CO-OPERATION is working in HARMONY THIS BANK is always in TUNE g ELBA Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation QUALITY FURNITURE AT REASONABLE PRICES ONCE A SLOGAN ......... NOW A REPUTATION AT MAX PIES BATAVIA'S LEADING FURNITURE STORE The people of Elba and vicinity enjoy trading at this big store because they can choose from a large selection I the prices are reasonable and they can buy on terms that suit their convenience. OPEN EVENINGS .......... ..... ACRES OF FREE PARKING SPACE MAX Pl ES FUQNITUIQE STORE 'WHERE EVERYONE SHOPS FIRST' UH I LCDVE BAIQGNN ,gs X -7 That's why I keep a time payment account at is ard's. Every time I see a special bargain lwhich ' actically every dayi, l just add it to my ac- count. can easily pay-out-of-income at I 1 . 457 l 5 ' ' 4 L 35.4 3 ff.f 2 ,J52 f, . Jgyihg- +,:y - inwir .4-. Sn I .L Q.. 5 L xii.. f ' fr r,'A ,I iq its it it gl Q V kr A'-ii., I i M Ill X- agwgavl' 4 xy'Xfg?-l is pr J ' f 1. s -1. xmfu E T , ,i x rag Main Street Phone i567 Batavia, New York nov LONNEN oAKPiELD, NEW YORK PHONE some SALESMAN FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS, SAYSQ Sinclair I-i-C Gasoline and Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil and Greases are 'TOPS' 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 l.500,000 cars daily. I , AGENT 244 west Main street Phone ll34 Batavia. N- Y- --un-un:-I1-,--I lugil ,,.t,mA.v , yn' ,M f, 'M T E' A K Compfzbzerzfzi o JC, PEN NEY CO., I C. nbATAVIA'S DEPARTMENT STORE OF VALUES 47-49 Main Street Batavia, New York C O M P L I M E N T S O F AAGRINNELL 81 CQINC. COAL LUMTBER PRODUCE . ELBA New YORK PHONE 4481 I . , r Sk . ,t-,- H -Q 44 . . ' ' T31 f A --4. ' M' Q 45 ' .H 'nr' r. "T ' 'qtfiQ I - T? wr, A ga ,- U -6 Compliments of MONAG L55 FINEST HOME-MADE ICE CREAM AND CANDIES 'You will like Them' EJ Beczrdrfey Co., fnc: IOB W. Main St. Batavia CLOTHING FURNISHINGS C I' t f K AND SHOES omp :men s o .Fon MEN AND eovs and. CO. C3FDSfS Rugs Linoleums Eedg ShM3ttresses u Springs 65 Main Street Batavia, New York in ow a es Venetian Blinds 206 E. Main St. Batavia I TUE SUGAR BOWL Candy Ice Cream Soft Drinks Main St. Batavia Protect your Vitality with Good Food V The Kind You Get At I yb 22573 ' QES TAU QANT' Progress in our school means progress in our community. As a community, let's boost For half the price, the children can eat The dinner we're sure will be a treat. Come, eat a meal with gusto and zest f h I. Our service and courtesy are the best. or our sc oo 5 ' Complete meals with a choice of vitamin-packed foods A That will please you Elba rNew York G4 Main Street Phone i232 Batavia, N. Y. ALBION COLD STGQAGE 'ALBION lt Pays to Visit Way's 7 A . New Location l08 Main St. Batavia NEW YORK Phone i594 N '+ve " wiitii You oreprn Pmiiriiie You can either shop around FRO-JOY HSEALTEST ICE CREAMI HUG award the Job to the lqwest jbidder-Or place the work with a responsible house,capable of the Made Safer for Millions highest of workmanship ---- paying what such service is worth. his is frequently less costly from NOTICE THE BETTER OUALITY the standpoint of results. Cha.: E Miller printing Co. HYOU LIKE IT ----- ---- ------- IT LIKES YOU' II7 Ross St. Batavia, N. Y. in G Q Phone IO97 I 9 6 UEWELRY or Disiimcfioii I it AND 5 MODERN OPTICAL SERVICE V General Ice Cream Corp. Batavia, New York Do not delay getting glasse if you need them. Decide now S Listen to Sealtest Rudy Vallee Program Every Thurs. Eve. to have your a registered so avoid the trouble that eyes examined optometrist an unnecessary ey results from n by d e S t Peterson? DRUG CO . The HREXALL' Store Drugs Candy Sodas .Stationery "Service with a smile' glect. It is your eyes rec care. We present- the latest styl in glasses: Numont, Arcway, Ful-vue Glasses. A new cre- ation that gives the added' imperative tha eive the prope I' ' Compliments of T e ' style of r' less eyewear with ig a greater agsurance of safety. Q 0 'F JEWELERS " OPTICIANS " I Ewa New YW BRFNAEQJ I24 Ma-in St. Batavia Compliments of g UVHJNXTH Elba New York Phone 473i 4 li 1 - ELBA'S HARDWARE STORE A Ouality Hardware Plumbing Supplies Compliments of . Electrical Equipment . Radios ..... Ranges ..... Washers .... Refrigerators BUY from your local dealer and SAVE SOCONY Gas and Oil -Elba PhOfLG.A,l ll New Yofk ,Elba New York 1Ii:'IiniTig P 1 l- ALL USED CARS AND TRUCKS MAKES LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN GENESEE CO. ' A MODELS RECONDITIONED AND GUARANTEED Largest and Best Eouipped Repair Shop in Genesee County 4 24 Hour Towing Service' Night phone l063 MANCUSO Cl-IEVROLEI CO. 2I4 E. Main St. GMAC-TERMS phone 455 QUALITY FUQNITUQE. wATcHEs DIAMONDS cd- LOW PQICLS - Compliments of BMW, MUNDQY i4.M.iNoizAuAM ' Refrigerators Furniture Rugs Stoves Linoleums Radios YOU DON'T NEED CASH PAY WEEKLY 1 249 W. Main St. Batavia, N.Y. Phone I45 BATAVIA'S UPSTAIRS JEWELER 2 Main Street Batavia Opposite Post Office There is no interest or finance charges on your furniture THE ONLY PLACE YOU'LL FIND FRDIVZEZ cJLJ1'fv1r71EAZ5' BETTER LOOKING CLOTHES IS IN THE ARMY Welve never had such wonderful good looking sport apparel .................... jackets .................. 96 Main St' Batavia slacks ............. sweater vests ............. so ..... SPECIALIZED SERVICE come on into camp if you are not already heading for Magneto-Generator-Carburetor One' Speedometer -Motor Tune Up M A p B C Amo ELECTRICIEQVICE 'THE QI-Q1-H I ERS " 238 W. Main St. Batavia . Phone 205 Batavia New York BETTER DRUGS Philco Radios Compiiments Of, at Electric Refrigerators 6 Ranges LOWEST PRICES Easy Washers and lroners Z 'Won its Favor With its Flavor' 0 0 77792 . DRUG CONWJQNY ' Center Street Batavia , A Phone 358 l22 Main St. Batavia 208 E. Main St. Batavia, N. Y. The BGSi Delivered Fresh 49 1- tio , .,.f.,. u USED CARS AND AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS T1 BRING YOUR CAR T0 US FOR SPECIALIZED SERVICE Distributors of U.S. Tires and Delco Batteries I CWA! MANCWO AAD .lbiv fN . 2-4-5 Main st. Batavia, VN. Y. 'Phone 907 Genesee County's Oldest Dealers ' E ,.j Compliments of T Flowers of Distinction Compliments of ' MINER BATTERY CO. LCTITQOLI FJUNJ' I 5 COUTJL Street Batavia I Main St. Phone ' Everything Eiectrical Batavia' New York Class Rings..lnvitations Best Service in Genesee County Cards..Diplomas..Caps... I ' Gownst.Medals...Trophies oAkrlELD I-ARMS D IR U J, , L 1, l Representative ,W 3 L!Il,E Y OUR PRODUCTS 'Box 8lI Rochester, N. Y.e Guernsey Milk cneeelate Milk ' ..' A Pasteurbgeg Milk ChocolaEe'8rink a ree I ig ream . Butter Milk f Sour Cream C0mp""'entS of Orange Drink d C tTeavyCgream IWhippingI . reame o age eese ani JZ BX PJ' Off FOR VICTORY BUY UIS. DEFENSE BONDS , L FOR HEALTH DRINK MILK INFANTS, CHILDRENS AND MISSES V READY TO WEAR W Oakfleld Phone SBBI New York 66 Main Street Batavia, N,'Y Phone 357 ' " . A . AW I Compliments of ' COlllOlllTl6l'ltS of .l. PEEIQLESS cow sromce o. IBolin Garden Tractors and Produce Ouality Storage Service at Reasonable Rates Elba New York Albion Phone l78 New York- 50 . I ,, gg 3 ,' v.-f.I'-aura I-Q .ftkmik Ii e '- mf-L I K- in 25112. f lib: .a 1 GRILLQN' API2pow 24 OF WESTERN NEW YORK'S FINEST BOWLING ALLEYS ,Better Meals at Lower Prices IQ iMain Street Batavia, N. Y. 4 Handsome is ' 463k ' ff as ' P Q Handsome does" -P qw . . Lf ..f.s 1' glvoe LOOK RIGHT' FEEL RIGHT IUTCHLINQS SI-IOESIDBH 42 Main St. Batavia OUALITY DRUGS AI CUT PRICES For your extra protection our prescriptions are compounded under germ-killing STERILAMPS I and bottled in special Brockway Sani-glass Bottles REGISTERED PHARMACIST ALWAYS ON DUTY when in Batavia St-op atthe PALACE QF SWEETS For -Mn ICANDIES SODWS SUNDAES ' TASTY SANDWICHES Take home a quart' of our'dual'i- gy ICE CREAM available in: Single Flavored Packages Two Flavored Bricks Three Flavored Bricks I Ne. will pack ice cream to keep one to four hours without ex- tra charge. I88i Main St. ,Batavia, N. Y. jk Phone 1236 -Compliments of. Elha, New York: I Sanitone CleanJng Service Complete Fur Service DEAN! f I cur me mme ' ,Qty Prescription Experts Phone l53l I2 'CenterfSt. Batavia, 84 Main St. -Baiavia ,l Ellis J.I5urdeII In . Oakfield New York FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING Store Phone 65II X Residence Phones 345i - 275i 51 I Thehreason so manybpeople ' ose elr sh'r is ecause 1 D 4 M Q g they insure only their pants. A C F Russel Place Batavia, New York BUY COOPERATIVELY AND SAVE Elba New York A FREEZER LOCKER RENTAL ' E I L I . SPECIAL CLQJIEI C ' nog, .ncmde . Compliments of 3f5f?2J7a et a t t 'E l Tlr' r:'I24Ih.I- lex'IiJ w fgggmfigggggjjgf 1l:g?lz!7K'f:zgZgb4EVqz,L,3t,, 'A' CIVIL J' llttfvi ?3Q"Y:eg4i7 Elba New York 1- ARMY ormce ADMuNunQA1iorffms - wears Fon. cum. DETAIL! TO Ji BATAVIA BRANCH 85 umm rrnesr- ROCHESTER Business ,- +NS:f-ITUTE V- E' . I72 CLINTON AVENUE SOUTH . 4 Instead of accepting temporary 'dead end' jobs .... hundreds of wise young people are choosing RBI as their ste ' t Compliments of l-IOTEI. pplng s one to real opportunity in Defense lndustry. RBI trains quickly and thoroughly! QE.GlJ'TEDx, Y l-I O LLEY Holley New York Now, I y Compliments of finff hpczrff Compliments of ELBA GA KFI ELD 'G QGLUEQJ' Elba 'New'York . I - E-Mil' 32 , .Q viii- R' . . l f-gl -IM-: I+- N --.., , , 2 . .. -' sf M J - . 1' "ri g',5i'5l'r,5-T E . , ,J f' GQ. -41 4.1,-f" g gi-,ffl -wi, T-2: up .4 wm.4-..- ww'gff Jaw . gmt :mmf 'ii N T 3 '3E S:6,.' sg 13' A 1 - J. -11. 45 P in :lv ep? ,E' .SER NC iiigbygkw gr-4 ' flu: .-N ' "ri:- . , -, T' E 1 fat xv .41 QQ f bi, oft.. A PP:-mi.. if 'f ff' Lum' Y., E Q " " A 1'-"gf" Q . aAj'ffEQnu-H-W I C , E ' ,H ' 5 . . ARE YOU HUNGRY ? GO T0 THE ESS MARKET FQR TOP QUALITY MEATS ANQ GROCERIYES '-ESSMARKET ' T Phone 44Q3'l Elba. N'-' Y- 52 4' , -l Compliments of I minus mtl nun AMERICA'S FINEST ANTHRACITE 15.2 PEREQIQII- " and Jewelry 96 Main St. Batavia Phone 466i Elba, New York COmp'l"'e"iS of fLBA 54,9353 fwp Shiliiyoiiuietiod GQANGER i CO. BATAVIA BRANCH Roasters and Packers of Royal Blende Coffee D. J. Myers Mud Pack Massage 756 Haircut 406 H Shaves 206 Tonic l56 Shampoos.256 KRAFT SYSTEM TIRE KRAFT SYSTEM CAPPING AND RENEWING WHEEL BALANCING Distributors of GENERAL TIRES AND BATTERIES S Ac-mp .562 E. Main St. Compliments of R-EDMOND BROS. Try Our Own Mayonnaise Makes a Good Salad Better Genesee County , Home Owned Stores Elba New York LOC UM NC. FOUNTAIN PEN A choice from either of the four Ieadin pens will be your guarantee 0? complete satisfac- tion. 'PARKER 'EVERSHARP 'SHEAFFER 'WATERMAN S LEGI-ITS aoox, STORE 67 Main Street Batavia, N.Y. SALWAYS Batavia N. Y. The big store on a little street Batavia New York Compliments of ALTON HAQE Elba New York Compliments of 0,614.47 OPTOMETRIST N. Bergen, N.Y. Batavia, N.Y. 53S fgrep ,He SMART JUNIOR Mc CORMICK-DEERING FARM EOUIPMENT FROCKS 6fNUlgiRT5 WE STOCK AND SELL GENUINE IHC PARTS styled by CAROLE KING REPAIRALWAYS FOR 36.50 to SI4.95 ARE 1HE I , Mc CORMICK-DEERING TRACTORS AND MACHINES r Q 'Q 5 W We always keep a complete stock of genu-I 82 Main St, Batavia' N.Y. I X " ine IHC Repairs for current Mc Cormick- 1-Q Deering farm machines and tractors. That' For That is why we can assure good service at all ISPECIALI BIRTHDAY GIFT Visit our 'Year-around' TOY AND GAME DEPARTMENT Q WHEEL coops AND TOY STOQE. Center Street Batavia, N- Y- times when repairs are needed. Come to us for genuine parts and get your money's PERKINS Batavia, N. Y. Le Roy Phone I42 worth. DAY G 564 E. Main St. Batavia Phone 263 BUY I RENRIQI-IED Bond Bread E. AT YOUQ.. C1QQCEJ2Qf. I For Insurance that insures - ERNEST C. DAY Q Elba New York Phones Residence 4978 Office 4592 Compliments of EDELUN SCI-LllLERi Beautg Shoppe Permanent Waving -- Frederic Method Also Mzwhineless . . . 82.50 up I ALL OTHER WORK DONE ' For appointment Telephone 527: Elba, N. vi ' Compliments of CALAIECO BEOII Elba New York 'Iss-' Compliments of if Jr-Tnnein Bnost Whatever the.occasion I ' Elba New York , .-:i 'e , 'H4lHHmE1ggE!jEs1B: HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WATCHES Whatever the gift ' TRY US . ' I-IOLL EY COLD STORAGE A Flzurr Q PRQDUCEGO. For Better Values Always QULHBQIEI .i.ilIQ.!ff STD-HQ' , 1 EEN 5' NTf E" Holley New Ydrk Budget Terms F F .1l. A j.4gJ.n1u f f 1-,LZ av. ks I O , ..., R " M-QQJ5Q59 5 "'2iE,4'li,i5 L . .J 5'gV.5'f ,I s Q5 Compliments of BRGCKDGQT CCDLD STCDIZACIE BROCKPORT PHONE 274 NEW YORK For Ouality Laundry and C0mDllmeflTS Of A Dry Cleaning Mason Work of all Kinds Cement Work call Q Plastering Brick-Laying - furvfmmsf A Gy CLEANERS anal- LAUNDIZ' I2 Jackson St. Batavia, N.Y. EII, . . a New York Phone Batavia l902W3 'Compliments of Comp'i"'mS of CEN ESE E - ORLEANS Knox Q DU PE H29- VECETABLE GQOW UQ I20 Main Street BataviaQ N.Y. Phone 780 Compliments of CO-DPERATIVE ASSOCI ATIOII ,- INC. A. H, Garnish, President Elba New York Phone 45Ol C.J.VondQrPoest Dealer in ' PRODUCE -- FERTILIZER ,gn I SPRAY MATERIALS 85.5-o 1 Grower of .Atlas Tires Accessories HOME GROWN OUALITY ONION SEED Gasoline A Oils 1 Farm EquIpment A . ' Cl t t T t -B G d Elba New York S FEC FEC OFS OQQS Fa SFS Y Phone 447' Elba I New Yofk Barre Center New York , Phgne 4231 Phone Barre 666 I 55 -1-....lT .. V UTQDG RAP I-IJ' VELVATONE PLANOGRAPHY PHOCESS f BY WM. J. KELLER CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. 1' -1 , wx d I if 7


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