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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
'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
Darius Krupp.- .... u.- .............. Asher Borton
fThe old caretaker of Hobgoblin Housej
Miss Priscilla Carter ............ Marian Saile
fThe present ownerj
Marian Carter.. ............... Shirley Maloney
jill Carter ................. Nellie Lewandoske
cMarian'S younger sisterj
Frank Harlow ................... joseph Zambito
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
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
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
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
Susan Parkins..' ........ 1.. ...... Marjorie Saile
fThe 'Henglish 'ousekeeper'j
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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.
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gt? 8 To Louise Arena, Maryorie Sailehs slimness.
: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
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
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' "' 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.
21. To everyone else who has nothing bequeathed to him, the
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
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best points and characteristics of the members of the Senior,
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