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To Mrs. Lulu L. Higley, a truly remarkable woman, we dedi-
cate this annual.
Although born in Indiana, she was educated in New York
State. Her teaching career began at Livonia in 1894 at a salary
of five dollars per week.
Seven years later she followed her fiance to the Philippine
Islands where they were married. Both Mr. and Mrs. Higley taught
in the Philippines four years. They were instructors in a city
school at San Sidro, seventy-five miles north of Manila, and la -
ter at the mountain city of Lipa,fifty miles south of Manila. The
classes they taught usually consisted of adult students.
Their first son Philip was named after the islands where he
was born. After returning to the United States, she was occupied
with a family of three sons. When a shortage of teachers devel-
oped during World War I, she patriotically replaced a draftee and
with minor interruptions has been teaching from that time until
When the schools in this vicinity were centralized, in 1937,
she came to us from district number three. Her work in the sixth
grade has been a valuable contribution to our school In addi-
tion to training minds, she has concentrated her efforts on de-
veloping character. Her common sense, subtle humor, frankness ,
and integrity have inspired her students from year to year.
Her travels and experiences abroad have provided
background and knowledge far greater than that of
teacher. Enroute to the islands, she sailed from New
the Atlantic. She spent one day at Gibralter, two a
a wealth of
i Malta, and
three at Singapore. At Kandy, Ceylon, she saw the idol of the
Buddhist Religion. On her return trip she stopped at Hong Kong,
witnessed the Cherry Blossom Festival at Kioto, and had the un-
usual experience of visiting the Kings's Garden at Tokio.
Mrs. Higley believes that the tendency to consolidate
schools is a valuable advance in education. She is convinced
that teaching goes in cycles and has fads, but that the three R's
are fundamental and essential,
Her announced retirement this year marks the thirtieth anni-
versary of her teaching. We are happy to have had seven years of
pleasant and profitable association with her and wish her the
restful future she so richly deserves.
Hrs. Lulu L. Higley
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Miss Shephard, Miss Markham, Mrs. Lewitjes .
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Ambition: Uwn a
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Senior Play 4
Dance Committee 4
Basketball A 4
Victory Corps 3
Library Club 3
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Ambition: To graduate
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Home Economics Club 4
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Latin Club 1.
Archery Club 1.
Capt. Tumbling Club
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Ambition: See the world
Glue Club 3,
Ambition: To be a success
P. P. A. Secretary 4
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Glee Club ' 1.2.3
SCNULTZ. EDITH Q
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Unmb Hunnomfgn Char 4
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Librhry Club l.2
Glen Club I 2
Ambilinni Prlvnlc Sec.
Leaders' Club President 4
Review Stafl 4
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Ambition: To be n success
Senior Play 4
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Latin Club 1.2
Glee Club 1.2.3 4
Senior Play 4
Revue Staff 4
Home Economics Club 4
Victory Corps 3
Glas Club 2,3
See. Student Council 2
Latin Club 1,2
M. Benson, D. Rich, I. Boyce, R. Tassone
D.Panek, E.Geissler,V.Benson, R.Haus, T.
Tretter, E.Stokes, D.Coughlin, G. Ford.
J.Mittlefehldt, N.Gavel, P.Joslin, J.Myers,
B.Mowers, D.Test, M.Underhill, M. Park
L.Pridmore, L.Bridge, P.Davis, K.Post, C.
R.MacDowell, L.Jannain, H.Geissler
President. ....... .. ..... LaVerne Bridge
We are now rehearsing a play entitled
HTHE BIG BLOW UPU, which we expect to present
in May. The cast is as follows:
Vice President ....
Secretary ............. ...Marion Benson
Treasurer ..... ........... ..... Dan Test
Student Council Members...Nellie Gavfl
Ellen Parker.. ....... . ........ .Rachel Tassone
Beans Parker. .... .... . ........ .......Dan Test
ther high-school age sonl
Melinda. ............. U .......... Patricia Davis
fthe new maid,
Mugsy Morris .... V ....... .. ,..Robert MacDowell
ta young criminall
Cora Johnson... ......... ,.. Jean Mittlefehldt
ta young school teacherl
Terry King......- ............ .....Rohert Haus
Sandra Field ..................... -Gladys Ford
ta nervous young lady,
Margot Richards .................... Jean Myers
Katie Lee .... ......... - ......... Teresa Tretter
Douglas Blake...l..... ......... LaVerne Bridge
The Junior Class started the season off
right with the addition of three new members:
Marion Benson, Virginia Benson and Paul Jos-
We have ordered our class rings and ex-
pect to receive them this fall.
The class held a party at which we play-
ed games, danced, and enjoyed refreshments.
We sponsored a dance during the Christ-
mas holidays. The music was provided by our
music teacher, Mr. Martino. Our treasury has
been revived by the receipts from our sales
of refreshments at three Firemen's dances.
We wish to thank our new advisor, Miss
Esther Brayley, who has given us pleasant as-
sistance and cheerful guidance.
, lSandra.'s fiance?
Mr. F1eld.... ...... .............--Paul Joslin
tSandra's irate father!
Mrs. Field.......................Nellie Gavel
Miss England is directing the play
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First Row: R. Vigneri. C.Coughlin, R.Znahito, G.Hnyce. N-HHFUH.
B. Shuler, B.Hontgoaery, H. Taasone
Second Row: S. Jackson. D.Porter, G.Stehlar. J-3011, A.Guhb. L-
Laney, H.Roth, B. Palermo
Third Row: J. Zipfel, J.Uill, D.Bigelow, L.Coughlin, 5- HDFC. H-
WacDowell, R. Bisig.
The first event of our Sophomore year
was the election of class officers. They are
President,. ,,,, ..... Hary Tassone
Vice-President ...... Stella Jackson
Secretary ............ Loretta Laney
Treasurer..... .... Betty Hontgolery
Student Council H:nbers.David Por-
ter, Catherine Couzhlin
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Our class has been very well represented
in all school activities this year. David
Porter and Charles Fiorentino performed on
the Varsity basketball team. Arthur Gubb and
Donald Bigelow were on the Junior Varsity
team. Stewart Hare, Lyman Coughlin, and
Richarj Harrigan proved able as unior van-
sity members. At present David Porter and
Arthur Guhb are working for the -oitcher's
berth. Stewart Hare, Donald Bigelow and
Richard Harrigan are fielders.
The girls have also had teams in basket
ball, volley ball and are excellent dancers.
Betty Hontgomery was one of the winners in a
nJitterhugn contest in Rochester.
Some changes have been made in the stu-
dent personnel of the Sophomore class. Char-
les Piorentino left school to do n little
Farming and William Raymond is working at
Doehler Die Casting Company in Batavia until
he is old enough to join the Navy. Richard
Hiller. who has been wdth us a year, is now
working on a farm.
We, the class of 1946, are ready and
willing to assume our responsibilities as the
iuture Junior and Senior classes of Elba Cen-
A ,.., . . ly.
B.Craft, V.McClelland, J. Hartley, L.Gateson, G.Crane,
D.Arnold, F.Blood, A.Horzempa, L.Horton, P.Monachino,
R.Rowcliffe, J.Gillard, C.Manhardt
D.George, D.Erhardt, L.Saile, J.Zelinski,
Miller, S.Panek, J.Crane, L.Laney, J.Ames
M.Jachimowicz, T.Rich, G.Smith, G.Driggs,
White, V. Bisig, A. Saile
J.Monachino, P.Randali, H.Ruck, D.Hart, R.
We, the Freshmen, had a prosperous year
under the leadership of our class advisor,
Mr. Benton, and our capable officers.
President ............... Jean Gillard
ViceLPresident... .... Theodore Say
Secretary ............... Laura Eggers
Treasurer .................. Lois Roth
Student Council Members..Susan Panek
During this year we have had Christmas
and Valentine supper parties. At the Christ-
mas party we exchanged gifts and at both par-
ties we had a grand time.
A few of our fellow-members have left
us. Lola Eichler has gone to Clarence, Glor-
ia and Marion Chatt have moved to Batavia 9
and Virginia McClelland, to Niagara Falls.
Our class has taken an active part in
the extra-curricular activities of high
school. We have several members in the Art
Club, Glee Club, and the Junior Varsity Bas-
To increase our finances, we had a candy
sale, which was a great success.
We are looking forward to a happy and
prosperous sophomore year.
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Stubborn and Stupid in the Spring,
He's always stopping and very slow,
And when you get out, he'll always go.
Oh, I want to be a hog
Sunning, stretching in a fog,
Blinking there in splendid ease,
Wallerin' naked when I please.
Oh, I want to be an orchid
Pinned, admired on a gown,
Attending beautiful dances
And parties of renown.
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First Ros: S.Guhh. R. Burns, H. dartyn, E. Wilford, C. Talbot
Second Roni R.Dilchcr, l.5tokes, H.Hnrc, J. Caldwell, U. You
nchino, H.Horton, U.Bovce, T.Gillanl, H.Hnlsnn
Thirl Row: R.Vigneri, F.5chultz, H.Hnbbard, P.Hvnns, H.CnUHh
A.Kowcliffe, L.Hnrl5m, Y.Hicks, 5.hhite
Fourth ROII F.5mitzney, R.Unamnnn, G.Allen, D.Popo, R.CnnQhlin,
R.Shultz, U.White. N.Wilford. D.Hilford
LIFE IX THE EIGHTH
The year is going fast,
And spring is here again.
ie've'had many happy times
In our good old room, two-ten.
When the cat's away, the lice will play,
And with pupils, thirty-five:
Our teacher, tLong life and health to her
Finds ve're very lnch alive!
le've found fun through lessons.
Tho ve detest then, everyone.
lf! sure we don't. We all like schoolll
ln Eighth Grade, ve've all had fun!
On a sunnv morning in the fall of 1943.
we entered Hlhn Central for our first day in
the Eighth Grade.
We greeted old friends and made new
friends. As the weeks passed and we became
better acquainted, we elected our class offi-
President .............. Larry Hartyn
Vice President .......... Eunice Hare
Secretary ...... .....Dorothy Wilford
Treasurer ............. Beverly Crabb
Student Council Hembers.Erma Watson
We learned through our council represen-
tatives the amount our class should contri-
bute to the Revue and decided to raise part
of the money by selling popcorn.
By selling magazines, we won a silk flag
with a golden eagle which adorns our rear
As we are nearing the end of this school
year, we have planned to have a graduation
program. Although our year in the Eighth
Grade has been a pleasant one, we do hope to
pass into high school and everyone is study-
ing diligently for the regents examinations
which we oust pass to become full-fledged
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First Row: F.Panek, A.Heale, N.Geissler, S.McClelland, R.McClelland, P.Vigneri
Second Row: B.Waldron, M.Harkness, R.Boyce, J.Matla, R.Test, F.Neindorf .
Third Row: B.Benson, L.Tassone, S.Zambito, M.Zelinski, S.Bonney, G. Marshall
M. Pridmore, T.Underhill, E.Boldt
Fourth Row: J.Swartz, E. Polasky, C.Beswick, P.Richenberg, E.Park, C.McCracken
Fifth Row: E.Sharp, P.Palermo, J.Saile, J.Parker, M.Keller, M.Rosborough, W.
The seventh grade is proud to
that the class is progressing rapidly
phases of school life. Since this
first year in junior high school, we
become familiar with the schedule.
We have studied the history of Elba in
social studies. The class has added new in-
formation to the records that have been kept
for many years by the seventh grade.
ln the early part of the year the class
interest was centered OH 8 C0Ht8St in Eng-
Many students have been on the honor
roll ,and several have attained the goal of
Marcia Harkness has had perfect atten-
dance this year.
A We have taken part in intramural activ-
ities. Our class was in second place in the
magazine drive. We had a Valentine party and
a Christmas party.
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Our art work, science experiments, exam-
inations, and our report cards show that we
are on the road to success. We hope that we
will have another successful year in eighth
The following are our class officers!
President- ......... .Lawrence Tassone
Vice President.... ..... Richard Test
Secretary ......... Geraldine Marshall
Treasurer ............ Marcia Harkness
Student Council Members.Donald Baker
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First Row: Pfiuon, D.ii-oycc, iiiinubc, "i.Jrmnnin, Elicnsrvn, K.Uick
Scand Row: K.linll, P.Rich, E.limwn, T.k'oo-1, J.Burns, Sfinnuchino
Third Rout Lliillctlc, V.Spccd, J.9'im:Dowc11, Vilrhnhil, J.Fonl, C.
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Final Rout Afiycrs, N.?1onnchino, Y5.G1rmn, Plfigncri, D.Tnlhot, lhliorlon
Second Row: I.Jn.nnnin, Hiixxrc, W.DArl, J.Std'1lar, H.Unnmrmn, Lieber, F.
'Baird Rout -l.Shu1er, N.Posl, F.ZNliJi10, Riiates, Wjilfohi, S.Jcmy, E.
White, A.Dunn, C.Pnlcmo
Fourth Row: L.Putnoy, Ejiedrich, Rkinskell, D.Hn.ske11, A.-Jnchimowicz, B
First Row: V. Bonk, H. Horzempa, M. Stokes, M. Putney, 0. Monachino, H. Park
Second Row: F. Kin d ll A.
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Third Row! D. Burch, E. Jenkins, C. McCracken, D. Wood, D. Shultz, D. Park.
First Row: ?. gcClelland, D. Swartz, V. Boyce, J. Edgerton, E. Jannain, A. Johnson
Second Row: R. Stokes, A. Underhill, E. Dickes, S. Crane, 0. Palermo, D. Benz, C.
Schuler, H. Schultz
Third Row: K. Horner, M. Blood, A. Wetherwax, B. Sanderson, M. Dilcher, J. Ruck
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Fourth Ros: A.Pridnoru, R.Hewson, R.WcCrnckcn, F.E11iott, N.Wnnhnrdt, R.Hcale, R.Wnwcrs,
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' IN MEMQQIAM -'
In memory of Marvin Shnknecht sho
died October 28, 1943. Because of his
quiet, likeable personality he is sadly
missed by his school friends in fourth
grade and throughout the 'entire school.
In IBIOPY of Janos McClelland who
died April 2, 1944. lla was bright end
interesting and has been described as
an boy who know all the enswors.n
First Row: H.Benson, M.Test, B.Showler, P.P'Iona.chino, D.Talbot, F.Palermo
Second Row: F.Neindorf, J.Vigneri, R.Speed, G.Shuknecht, R.Wood, D.Pa.rker,
Third Row: A.Gr'eenman, S.Jenkins, C.Roth, R.Richenberg, R.Show1er
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First Row! C.Ha.rezga, B.Ma.uha.rdt, N.Laney, D.Goodliff, D.Biela.wski, R. E M '
Markle, L.Ga.nshaw, B.Ames SQIM l Ay' ,-
Second Row: B.Pangrazio, K.Shultz, G.Ma.skell, L.Shuknecht, J.BuI'ns, L. Ar
Weber, I.Jackson, N.Boyce '
Third Row: A.Elliott, R.Ca.ldwell, J.McEwen, S.Shultz, J.Rumsey, D.
xf.i1'x""s, W.d:iC!lI'l, J."L1I1:xL'hiIld, H.Xci11-lofi., 'Q.T'xl'-nl, T.4Yz-1wl4'I',
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First Row: F.Benz, P.Mona,chino, J.Tretter
Second Row: W.Kornow,.J.Greene, J.Greeue, R.Ba,tes, A.Coughlin K.Hea.le J.Pa.l
, , ermo
Third Row: J.Boyle, M.Hyers, G.Markle, R.Stuart, E.Maskell, F.Erha,rdt, P. Benton
Fourth Row: E.Richenberg, D.Bridge, L.Benthin, G.WiedI'ioh, P.MOWIy, J.McCI'a,cken
First Row: P.Wa.rn, B.Norton, D.Bur'ns, J.Kaczmar-czyk, N. Talbot
Second Row: C.Za.mbito, S.Monachino, P.Laney, C.Benson, D.Na.ylor, S.Bielawski
S.Sa.y, D.Snell, C.Pa.lermo
Third Row: D.Rowcliffe R.Sz k' J.Ch
, ymans 1, appell, L.Dorman, R.Jakaub, P.Mc-
Clelland, E.P'IuI'phy, R.Markle
Fourth Row: A.Bigelow, J.PaI'k, D.Norton, L.Richenberg, R.Lund, F.Ma.rkwica., G.
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First Row: J.Gillard, D.Test, Mr. Vanderhoof, S.Say, A.Gubb
Second Row: C.Coughlin, D.Porter, S.Panek, E.Watson, S.Bonney, R.Martyn, D.Baker
Third Row: L.Saile, J.Cudney, J.Lyon N.Gavel, R.MacDowell
This year we started with a rather quiet
election. The council refrained from its us-
ual strenuous campaign to conserve materials
and to direct the efforts of the students to-
ward their academic work. However, the two
political parties, the Commandos and the Ran-
gers, carried on the campaign with plenty of
The officers elected to guide the stu-
dent government were:
President Dan Test
ViceoPresident Shirley Say
Secretary Arthur Gubb
Treasurer Jean Gillard
The representatives selected by the
Seventh Grade... ...Sue Bonney, Donald Baker
Eighth Grade ........ Erma Watson, Rulon Martyn
Freshman ........... Susan Panek, Lynford Saile
Sophomore .... Catherine Coughlin, David Porter
Junior ......... Nellie Gavel, Robert MacDowell
Senior ................ Janet Cudney, John Lyon
I Our annual magazine drive went over with
1tS usual success. Many pupils received war
stamps as rewards for the sale of magazines.
The council sponsored a party for those who
sold one or more subscriptions.
Despite a shortage of materials and a
lack of time for extra-curricular work, the
council decided to-produce the student year-
book, the REVUE.
A publication, the ELBA HI-LIGHTS, ,is
being sent to servicemen formerly of this
school. The publication contains news of
their buddies, local items and school news.
The student council feels this is one way it
can show its appreciation for the sacrifices
they are making. I
The council will award letters and em-
blems to many members of the Girls' and Boys
Athletic Associations. The awards ,will be
the outdoor assembly of our annual
field day at the end of the year.
lt has been a difficult year for a stu-
dent government to operate. The obstacles
which threaten school spirit and the school's
social functions have' now been hurdled and
the year is drawing to a successful close.
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First Row: C.Coughlin, S.Dnnhrn. J.Zipfel
R-HHUS. U.Tes1. 5.Sny, Hrs. Uurr, Hr.Vnndcrhoof, R.Hcnries, E.Gnisslur
'fhihi ROI! G.Ford. lllnelinski, -lilowlnn-l, Yilhwcl, -l.Cminey, l..ll'ntson, vl.HiUlef'f:hlfif,
X Blood W.Snell
Fourth Row: Cidnchinowicz, H.Underhill, J.Lyon, L.Hnrt, B.Howcrs, L.Pridmorc, J.Knns
Yhe Revue Staff wishes to express its
appreciation to Hrs. Burr. the Art Staff, and
all others who have helped to sake this pub-
Yhe cover of our 1944 REVUE was designed
by Barbara Howers, who will receive a compli-
This year our staff has been working
nnder difficulties. The shortage of pnper,
the scarcity of photographic supplies, and an
increase in cost have been a few of the ob-
stacles encountered. Because of this, the
size of the RSVUE has been decreased.
However, we feel that this RZVUE will
bring hack happy memories whenever you nay
glance through its pages.
' 1lEi-Q I AL 44
Staff - - 1944
..... Shirley Say
Leonard Hn rt
Hnry Lou Underhill
....... .John Lyon
.'. Nellie Gavel
..... .... .Robert Haus
. ... .Boysz Leon Hntson
Girls' Harjorie Snell
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First Row: H. Horzempa P.Vigneri, D.Test, R.McClelland, L.Weber, N.Geissler
Second Row: W.Glenn, A.jachimowicz, G.Rowcliffe, E.Wilford, Mr. Johnson, J.Mailag
D.Rowcliffe, K.Coughlin,pE.Boldi, C.Tretter
Third Row: L.Jannain, I-I.Ma.skell, Lianey, J .Swartz, F.Schultz, H.Hubbard, H.Row-
cliffe, R.McCracken, D.TestA A
: R.Nartyn, J.Caldwell, R.Dilcher, E.Polasky, D.Wood, E,.Park, L.Tassone,
Fifth Row: C.McCracken, G.Allen, R.Coughlin, R.Harrigan. M.GTahamp D.Pope,
Since Troop k17 increased in size, ad-
vancement has been very rapid. We have been
taking an active part in the war effort with
our paper collections, bond drives and infan-
tile paralysis contributions. At school ac-
tivities, we park cars and check wraps.
For the first time we held a Father and
Son Banquet in place of the one sponsored
previously by the F. F. A. lt was very well
attended and we scouts hope to make this an
annual event. Our speakers were Father Kirby,
Reverend F. Mittlefehldt and Mr. James Daven-
port, the new Scout Executive.
We are now under new sponsors. The Elba
Fire De artment is our parent organization.
Lester Eannain is our J. A. S. M.5 Asher Bor
ton and Arnold Neth are Assistant Scoutmas-
Our troop has more than five full pa-
trols, each patrol consisting of eight boys.
ln advancement we rank with the leaders in
On April fourteenth, the Boy Scouts held
a benefit dance in the school auditorium. The
music was furnished by Joe Armbruster and his
orchestra. The same evening several scouts
went to the Scout Rally held at Batavia High
School where the boys received HBH rating
We wish to express our appreciation to
Mr. Johnson for the splendid work he has done
while acting as Scoutnaster of our troop. We
hope we will be as successful in future years
as we have been in the past with his helpful
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A.Gillollo. V-SQCCJ, N.Post, J.Pord, S.Guhb, C.Tulbot, T.Wnod, J.tMulcr,
Second Row: Hrs. Bush, E.Wcidrich. G.Hnrshn1l, J.Pnrkcr, H.Jcnkins, J.Amcs, 1. Prid-
Inrf. E-Hnre, J.Hnrtley, V.5tokcs, H.Jenkins, diss Hnrkham
W.Harknuss, B.Valdron, J.Gillard, V.Nicks, W.Hilford, D.Hilford, P.Ewu1s,
R.Qhlbil0, E.Shulcr, W.Kcllcr, W.Hilford, J.Snile
Fourth Row! A.-mile, fhilorzcmpa. F.5mitzncy, -l.Zelinski. J.Hill, C.HCCl"fLCl-TIER, L.l1mey,
A.Rowcliffe. H. Roth, S.Bonney
During, the year we have sponsored several
roller skating parties to share our fun with
others. At Thanksgiving time we packed sun-
shine baskets. At the appropriate seasons we
held our Halloween party, Christaas party and
Easter party. le also held a rummage sale in
Batavia to raise money. Sole of ns waited on
table at the annual father and son banquet of
the Boy Scouts. At our mother and daughter
banquet, badges and pins were awarded to those
girls who deserved then. Ie have also had
several hikes during the year and are planning
a camping trip for early June.
Bach girl tries to fulfill the Girl Scout
On ny honor, l will try
To do ay duty to God and ay country
To help other people at all tiles
And to obey the Girl Soout Laws.
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Forty-four Girl Scouts in 1944 are ac-
tive under the fine leadership of Hiss Hnrk -
ham nnd Hrs. Bush. Our patrols are as fol-
Patrol leader..Dorothy Wilford
Assistant ......... ..Sue Bonney
Patrol leader ...... Eunice Hare
Assistant ......... Shirley Gubb
Patrol lender.Charaaine Talbot
Assistant... ....... .Joyce AIGS
Patrol leader..u....NanSy Post
The scribe is Dorothy Wilford and the
treasurer is Jean Glllard.
E.Sharp, S.Gubb, E.Boldt, J.Saile, F.Panek, B.Benson, R.MoClelland
W.Glenn, M.HarkneSs, V.Stokes, G.Marshall, M.Pridmore, M.Keller B.
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Waldron, R.Test. ,
S.Zambito, V.Hicks, S.Bonney, P.Evans, B.Crabb, N.White, M.Zelinski,
A.Rowcliffe, F.Smitzney, C.Beswick, P.Richenberg E.Park, C.McCracken, T,
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M.Snell, L.Barnard, M.Harkness, E.MacDowell, L.Watson, Mr. Wilson, 'if' '
J.Gillard, nschuler, s.za.mbi1,0 V V QE
J. Hartley, S.Bonney, M.Una.mann, E.Wa.tson, M.Park, J.Howland, E.Boyce, V V ,
J.Wigton, B.Crabb, B.Waldron QQ, '. f
G.Marshall, R.Rowcliffe, J.Hill, M.Wilford, Mr. Martino, S.Goodliff, '
D.Test, P.Joslin, J.Lyon, L.Hart, N.Graham, D.Pope, G.Driggs
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?'m-ek, if. Am-wld. N. 'nv-wgl, 1. Hoxlfm-S
P'-afxrth Hn: N. iirkpxlrick, E. '1m:IHw-311, -1. Hill, P. Dm-is, L. Hari. H. umlmm,
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First Row: R. Kirkpatrick, C. Fiorentino, L. Watson, C. Zambito, C. Berg, A. Myers, L. Bridge,
D. Porter, M. Graham
Second Row: R. Martym, A. Gubb, J. Crane, R. Bisig, D. Bigelow, J. Monachino, L. Horton, V.
Bisig, T. Giilard
Third Row: G. Driggs, R. Harrigan, L. Coughlin, H. Ruck, S. Hare, D. Test
This year war conditions rather handi-
capped our school's basketball team, but the
boys carried on to the best of their ability
Mr. Johnson is building a completely new
team. Many of our older candidates are leav-
ing school this spring to do farm work to
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with the wholehearted support of the student help overcome the farm labor shortage. The
squad candidates are:
The spirited. efforts of the cheering A, Gubb ,,,,, Pitcher
squad was a mainstay to the boys., C, Zambit0,,, Catcher
' M. Graham .... First Base
As the school did not have a coach, Mr. D. Bigelow... Second Base
Walter Schogoleff, our former mathematics and L. Watson .... Short Stop
science teacher, generously offered his time, D. Porter .... Third Base
effort and skill in training our boys. the F, Joslin ,,,, Out Field
team extends its sincere thanks to Mr. .L, Coughlij .,,, Out Field
Schogoleff for making it possible to continue S, Hare ,,,,,, Out Field
a basketball sport program in our school. R, Harrigan ,,,, Utility
D. White ....... Utility
Varsity Basketball C. White. ...... Utility
J. Monachino... Utility
Player Position Points L- H0Pt0H ------ Utility
Alan Myers Forward 53
Michael Graham Center 49
Charles Fiorentino Guard 34
Leon Watson Guard 30
Charles Zambito Forward 28
Dave Porter Guard 23
Clarence Berg Forward 23
Roger Kirkpatrick Forward 13
Junior Varsity ig 6. X
Player Position Points as . .
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Arthur Gubb Forward 37 , 5 5-Nlgix ,NV
Don Bigelow Forward 29 ' . 4 A
LaVerne Bridge Forward 21 Qgq' "f'. '
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South Byron Away
' Games won by Blha
leighboring schools have included soccer
in their sports program for several years.
Ie made our initial venture this past fall
with Hrs. Evelyn Bush acting as our mentor.
Several of our boys quickly acquired some of
the skills of soccer. le arranged two games
with Alexander, one being held at each
school. Ye lost both of these games by the
m rgin of a few goals. he will have eight or
more fellows returning, around whom we can
group another teen.
I. larrigln..... ... Goalie
H. Graham. ..... .. ....Fullback
R. Kirkpatrick... .... Fnllback
S. lare......... .... Fullback
l. lack....... .... Hnlfbaok
I. lortoa.... .... Balfback
T. liol.... ....lalfback
J. Crane... ... Hglfbgck
G. Driggs.... .... Forward
U. laymond.... .... Forward
1. Bisig..... .... Forward
R. Bisig...... ....Forward
'G. Hmmhardt... .... Forward
L. Gmhh...... .... .......Forward
Values of Sports
We Americans are enthusiastic sports
and players. All of us have
that games have more for-reaching
an the development of muscles.
we have encouraged the frontiers-
cf self-confidence, resource-
and athletic adventure
which we participate,
varied to produce
ye, the hraln and
al to maintain a
w that is
Our resent enemies, the Germans, found
their soldiers strong in obedience and
technical shlll during World Har l, but weak
ln individual planning. In nroparatlon for
World Har ll, the German General btaff pushed
team games on a national scale to overcome
this deflclenoy. The technically successful-
hlqhly lndlvlduullaed break-throuuh ln
France, Belgium, and Holland was largely the
result of a capacity for fluid offense.
Team sports had lald the foundation for
lndlvldual thinking welded into group action.
Our enemles, the Japanese, are fanat-
lcnlly brave, but when the plan of campaign
encounters an unforeseen obstacle, they sub-
stitute anus churgcs or suicide for the Amer-
ican athletn'n characteristic initiative and
adaptability. Our army and navy recognize
the very great importance of competitive
sports hy including then and providing ample
equlpnent ln all camps, at all bases.
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" Sportsmanship -
School sports aim to develop bodies,
endurance and train in sportsmanship. Sports-
manship is a civilised, democratic way of
living. The all around star athlete who is
not able to 'take' it has missed much of the
basic value of athletics. Let us all become
What ls a good sport? How does one learn
to be a good sport? Can we play games, can
we compete against each other and still be
friends? The answers to these questions con-
Does your cheering section extend cour-
tesy cheers for visiting teams? Is this note-
worthy on the occasions when the visiting
cheering section is small? Does your school
team give a cheer for the other team at the
close of the game: win, lose or draw?
Do your team members shake hands with
their opponents before the game begins and at
the close of the game? Do they congratulate
their personal opponent? Do they compliment
their opponent on a clever play, well exe-
Unintentional roughness will occur: do
you apologize? If your opponent falls, do
you assist him to his feet when the occasion
permits? Do you try to avoid aggravating an
injury an opponent may have received?
Can you restrain your comments when the
referee makes a mistake? Do your teammates
congratulate the umpire or referee for hand-
ling the game well, even if some decisions
may have caused disagreement?
Can you keep your teaper under control?
Can you stand legitimate punishment during a
game without resentlng lt?
If you can do all of these things, if
your team members, your cheerleaders and your
cheering section do them: then you have made
ia start toward acquiring sportsmanship. iypf
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First Row: G. Ford, J. Myers, Mrs. Bush, P. Palermo, E. Watson, it Rowcliffe
Second Row: R. Martyn, L. Barnard, M. Snell, P. Evans, E. Hare, J. Hartley, H. Hubbard
Third Row: J. Kams, J. Cudney, R. Henries, M. Unamann
Cheering Squad Some of the new cheers were:
With the help of Mrs. Bush, we were able YEA TEAM ELBA
to organize a cheerleading group of fifteen '
members. This larger group has one advantage. Yea Team E-LhB-A ELBA
lt gives the beginners a chance to appear in Yea Team, Yea Team E-L-B-A ELBA
front of the cheering section during the T-E-A-M E-L-B-A ELBA
Junior Varsity game. Yea Team Team, Team, Team
The cheerleading squad of this year con-
sisted of two groups. The senior group con-
sisted of all senior girls and the junior
group was made up of boys and girls from
seventh grade thru eleventh year. The senior
group cheered at the Varsity games and the
junior group cheered at the Junior Varsity
games. Both groups went to out-of-town games, Zhiiyag
admitted on complimentary tickets. A
Th ron hout the year these gi rls planned ,ff
and conducged cheer rallies 1H which the ' N" jig
whole student body learned and practiced old NN A f3!EQ,
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These cheerleaders were chosen by mem - ,gap 3.Eg
bers o f the soho ol faculty . The main points " "' ""
upon which they were chosen we re: ability to ,,,,,,5,
work, coordination, knowledge of cheers, co- .
operation with teammates and pep. t '
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Officers of Leaders' Club
Uuhb. L. Rnrnnnl, W. Snell, 1. Ameq, H. Wnrshnll.'L Harkness, H. Palermo,
Willard. R. Koncliffe, P. Ewnns, Yrs. Hush, D. Panrk, G. Ford, 5. ibnney,
Rouvliffe. E. Uovcc, J. Runs, 5. Goodliff, S. Hilton, S. Pnnuk, E. Hntson,
Snitznov. D. iillorl
Henriesi J. Howland, J. Hill, J. Dnvis, P. Uivis, E, gghultz, J. Hyers,
Cudney, J. Wittlefehldt
President .............. Janet Cudney
Yfelsuter .............. Rhea Henries
Secretary .............. Jean Harland
President ............ Knrjorie Snell
Tice-President .... Jenn Hittlefehldt
Treasurer ............... Gladys Ford
Secretary .... ...Gladys Ford
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The purpose of the Lenders' Club is Ute
hnnd together the athletic lenders of the
school und to inspire them to nttuin n physi-
cnl. ncntnl and social ideal which will ns-
sist in making then finer and more wholesome
exnnples of American womanhood.u It is also
nining to keep their energies in beneficial
channels of leadership and sportsmanship: to
truin girls to couch, referee, nnd take
charge of groups in a responsible, dignified
manner: und to develop poise, self-control,
initiative, and responsibility.
The work of the club is important. The
girls act ns n governing body for intrnnurnl
athletics. Regular gym clnsscs of kindergar-
ten thru high school are divided into groups.
Each group is placed in charge of a Lenders'
Club Girl who nets ns nn assistant und teach-
er for each individual group. She supervises
stunts and the nppnrntus physical progrun.
Each period of tho dny n Leaders' Club
Girl is assigned to tnke charge of tho health
room. She has access to first uid charts,
books, and renders whnt first aid is needed.
Important problems are referred to Hrs. Bush
who gives necesnnry directions or personal
Our most important event of the whole
year was our athletic program scheduled
March 24. lt was directed by Mrs. Bush with
the help of the Leaders' Club members. This
program represented all the classes from
first grade through twelfth
Marching, stunts, interpretative dancing,
natural dancing, tap dancing, and
were included in the program.
There has been organized
a horse act
County G. A. A., with a point system the same
in all schools. These schools
Batavia, LeRoy, Oakfield, Alexander, Albion
DLVISION OF TEAM ACTIVITY POINTS.
attendance 20 pts.
class team 15 H
winning class team 5U
manshipj 10 W
Qgirls not on
class teamj 5 H
winning honor team
, at playday 5 W
OTHER INFORMATION CONCERNING DIVI
manager 15 N
captain 5 H
tion 5 H
assembly programs 1 H
cheerleaders 20 H
student leaders 20 H
band majorettes 10 H
The girls have worked hard,
toward getting their emblems a
Some of them will be eligible fo
The ten months are divided
they do not
r a six inch
of seven weeks. Some of the sports are:
softball ping pong
badminton volley ball
deck tennis modern dance
Basketball has been our most popular
sport this year. Teams were chosen with a
member of the Leaders' Club on each team.
The winning team was the Apogees. 'This team
was made up entirely of senior girls with
Janet Cudney and Jean Howland as captains.
Ne also had a class tournament which the jun-
ior girls won.
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At the close of our, basketball season'aw1
S6C0nd honor team was chosen to play with the
Batavia girls. The first honor team played
the Batavia girls in both a home and return
game. Elba lost on its own court, but won
when visiting Batavia.
The members of the first honor teams
The members of the second honor team
were as follows:
Barbara Mowers Jean Kams
Arlene Montfort Virginia Benson
Jean Mittlefehldt Alta Calarco
Rose Palermo Patricia Davis
Jean Myers Frances Blood
The girl having the most points from all
the games played this season was Nellie Gavel.
The second highest was Shirley Wigton.
This year the Genesee County Girls'
Athletic Association have been able to plan
four play days. They were arranged as follows:
Activity Date Place
Volleyball November LeRoy A
Basketball February Batavia
Bowling April Batavia
Baseball June Elba
At the Le Roy volleyball playday, Edith
Schultz was one of the first place players.
The bowling playday consisted of honor
teams from four different schools. Elba girls
came in second place with a total of 1194,
only fourteen pins behind the Batavia win-
ners. Shirley Wigton was single high scorer
with a three game total of 453. She received
a cedar plaque inscribed with her name and
The softball playday, which will be held
on our field,is planned for June. It will in-
clude track relays,and softball games on four
diamonds, which will accommodate the girls,
from the eight schools in our county associa-
tion. After all games are finished, all the
girls meet in the cafeteria for refreshments,
awards, singing and general get together. I
Playdays are planned as substitutes for
interschool competition and are so organized
that girls from each school are placed at
random on different teams, which choose their
captains before starting rotation play.
This method 'was 'set up by the State
Physical Education Department to pnomot oe
cial feeling, developffriendships, Spartgsan-
ship, leadership iand poise in our ,American
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