Elba Central School - Revue Yearbook (Elba, NY)

 - Class of 1946

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MISS SOPHIA JADICK To Miss Sophia Jadick, instructor and friend, we dedicate our 1946 Revues We appreciate her un- selfish interest in youth, her insistence that we learn social graces as well as business techniques, that we develop strong bodies and strong minds, and that we strive constantly to attain high ideals in behevior and accomplishment. I IIIIII1 I I ru " I, I, . 5 , I. I ' N X . .,--, 1,111 I f J if K V ' 41" 7 I I I ' . Xt . f III , : - IIII I I ,- h"' . ig - Ns as AI I I 41, X' I K 5 .1: xx II 1 COA, N if XQQQR. fl-W Iss , I I of sss 4"" Q. I :Lei ""' I IW I fi! In ,I I X- . I A4617 With Peace a reality and ill' -. 9.51.1 wmSI-IEW, " this our first peacetime year- ,f'? 2- fl book in five years, the staff K - " '- 1 ,I felt an urge to release its im- , V 1-3 agiuation and visualize some x changes the future may hold 'I I ff If-'I Elba, and old E.c.s. ,,,, zgg If ..: 1' N' AMX I 'II Remember, tho, 3 Q3 X, L-TU I' ,that even when push-but- A ', I tons have replaced the doorknobs ' ' I ' pa we-'1'-"' f I' All-',:.'..,,,IiI and atom-powered elevators, the , ' I1 I .. V I ,mv 3 I 1 f. .- I iq' , X, - , . . . , that school soirit from which all 'f ' ' ' MII " ' I I II 1 .. ., . our activities stem and which went 5 N ' ll' .Inf-I" i I ,N - I affix into this our 1946 REVU-E. ' I r fb? , I It gs Iv' I , IIIQIII U sLsvATom. 'II"g V it I If-K 1 llih I' df?-l ' I 4 , I ,I J' fl X I , I' I-.' IPL-wtf. ,ear ., I w , ff 11151. ,. -:rf--xx'-I wp-AX. I r1:?L-lAi1E:f1"U2. vL?"':I'-Y'- .. .. -wr' '1'-.iii-la' Qu 5 li." '.?W'I1'2' """H'1- 1' ":"f'Eif511 .f -'J ' . 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CD U-4 G E1-1 Z U9 I-9 Class Treasurer Student Council Rep. Bowling Magazine Drive Captain Dramatics Leader's Club Dance Com. USMS G.A.A. 2, , ,.,, DAVID PORTER 8 CLASS TREASURER 4 SALUTATORIAN Student Council - Vice Pres. 3 Speak. Contest 4 Les Miserables 4 Revue Staff 3 Editor ' ' 4 Dramaties' 3,4 Football 4 Baseball , 2,3,4 Basketballj 2,3 4 A vw . 7'-3354. , . ..1ES54?'. .. 4I'.:'i..f5g,:,f:-, .4 I.' , A X gflif, G-121,:? i12sEi4?1L if: I ANNA PAHLKA G.A.A. Leader's Club Speak. Contest Dramatics Art Club Dance Com. Band 1,2, Glee Club 1,2, DSU!! USUSDB -. IONA BOYCE Victory Corps Dramatics Dance Com. G.A.A. Glee Club 3, 3, 2.3. 2131 BETTY FALERMO Glee Club Victory Corps Bowling Revue Staff Dramatics Dance Com. Leader's Club 2 3 G.A.A. 1,2 ARTHUR GUBB Class President Student Council Secretary President Campaign Mgr. Les Miserables Speak. Contest 3. 3, Dramatics Football p Baseball , 2,3 Basketball 2,3 Revue Staff 1,3 HLQQ?l:A9trHK???????Q2Q anmwmf 1' fre fegmgggm, . I lisa, EWS GEKTKUDE BOYCE Band Girl Scouts Victo Cor s Les Hizerables President Speak. Contest Dramatics Dance Com. Revue Staff Leader's Club Dance Com. G.A.A. Glee Club 9 USDDUSUSUSLASUD s - . 1 DUNALD BIGELCW Victory Corps Magazine Drive Team Capt. Mgr. Boy Scouts Campaign Mgr. Dramatics Dance Com. Football Baseball 2 Basketball 2 1 f, f-:T1':::-. -:2g,5:,,fn Y- 135,,,, "'j'5'f5ff 'fflzl VWEWWWQ , ,U ,V V. f ' f , f:'l.:,3'f:5:'1Q.Zf-M1243 f 351- -44431-T.. .. 2n'Zf,Qugi142'1':f2q fvrgfifwuia fflwz 'fuzwnrvm arf: I f,fQQe5,:2?4fs,gf1 gg ' i 5fQyQiQff:i5-'5,-in,411:13 wig?1E-fiili ff - no ,: ':. "":: f ,I Fiiifiiil' C,'fE?2Elt Jfft :5HV?NM' ,JMf3Wld M E?iif?f'M7W ,JZWWQI 'H e5:Hi4:g.jf5-- QQ! " 1 .: 72.1,-2, - gf '. f A, x Z , 'flfli' 'ff 5:3553 ' I "V E111 .. J, , YQ? ' 'jggf-,' Ap' ff!-1 1 4 . I -tg - 1 -.aan-1aie2e'! . "f-1 ' E wM.1m H:,,fQu VCAQQEWIHQQ pp 4 I E , . .2 . ,1 ELAINE SHULER Victory Corps Revue Staff Bowling Girl Scouts Drametics Leader's Club Dance Com. Band Glee Club G.A.A. Art Club 1 4 4 1,2 3,4 3.4 3,4 1,2.3 1.2,3 1!2I3!4 1,2,3,4 V-.-, I-104 lv. ,...,,. 1.31- ROBERT BOWER Class President Speak. Contest Boy Scouts Dramatics Dance Com. Football Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Glee Club 1,2, LJSULSDSRASKJSUS I-N ROSE ZAMBITO Glee Club 1 Girl Scouts 1 Victory Corps 1 Class V. Pres. 3 Bowling 4 Revue Staff 4 Leader's Club 4 Les Miserables 4 Dramatics 3,4 Dance Com. 3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 CATHERINE COUGHLIN Girl Scout Victory Corps Class Treasurer Student Council Rep. G.A.A. Leader's Club Dramatics ' Dance Com. Revue Staff Art Club 1 1 1 2 4 4 4 3,4 ' 3:4 2.3,4 1.2,3,4 ROSELIE VIGNERI Victory Corps Bowling Leader's Club Dramatics Dance Com. G.A.A. 10 3. 3. 1,2,3 1 JOYCE HILL Girl Scouts 1 Les Miserables 4 Revue Staff A 3,4 Dramatics 3,4 Dance Com. 3,4 Leader's Club 2,3,4 Secretary 4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 President 4 G.A.A. I 1,2.3,4 Band 1121314 wg-fefggw-g,k, .,.5,w,5...n1-513. . V - ,f+jlj5i3QQLQW?MWWiiH .-V HENRIETTA BURNS G.A.A. 4 Leader's Club 4 Dramatics 3,4 Dance Com. 3,4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 MARION BENSON Class Secretary Victory Corps Dramatics 3,4 Dance Com. 3.4 G.A.A. 2,2 4 I DONNA HEDGES Student Council Repre. Leader's Club Speak. Contest G.A.A. Art Club Dramatics Glee Club Dance Com. JOSEPHINE NOTZ Victory Corps 1 Bowling 4 Revue Staff 4 Leader's Club 4 Dramatics 3,4 Dance Com. 3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 VIRGINIA BENSON Victory Corps Dramatics 3 Dance Com. 3 G.A.A. 2,3 11 :V w jAMES ZIPFEL Victory Corps F.F.A. Reporter President Treasurer Dramatics Dance Com. l USUSDSUSD-9 2 3 3 L ,Q-K: ,wp g.g'e4fe.ur. I-f, ,f .. ., ., fn: V .. ,, 4' ...gl 1, :1,f,."',,.f:f,f.1'f.' . fx--'nw' 11, 'Y I .. wsfft 4 ' 1 ,i Wy .i W. ummdil fx 'Qgfy , ' fb., i I 'H wil 'nfs wh: ...'l.1?Jg.i14iff3?i?w .h?fLwfefs.'2- 1 if 1..,,,y.. 1,113 -.1 ...,1...wq1.fq! ,g, 733. 5--,ii 'NN 1' .Af . -mm 511.31 First Row: M. Steckley, F. Sulimowicz Second Row: D. Miller, J. Hartle , M. Jachimowicz, A. Saile, R. Rowcliffe,Mrs. Howitt, R. Dutton, JL Gillard, J. Ames, D. George, L. Gateson Third Row: N. Chamberlain, F. Blood, D. Bower, S. Panek, L. Eggers, J. Pridmore, J. Zel- inski, M. Woof, A. Horzempa, D. Erhardt, P. Monachino, G. Crane Fourth Row! C. White, C. Manhardt, P. Randall, T. Say, G. Smith, G. Driggs, L. Saile, L. Laney, J. Monachino, L. Horton, J. Crane . JUNIORJ' - We, the Class of 1947, have had a prosperous year under the leadership of our class adviser, Mrs. Howitt, and our class officers: President ...... .. ...... Guy Smith Vice-President... ..... Jean Gillard Secretary ................ Dorothy Erhardt Treasurer .................. Margaret Woof Student Council Members .... Lynford Saile Margaret Jachimowicz Last fall we sponsored the sale of pictures and this spring we plan to sponsor the sale of portraits. , During the past year we have served refreshments at football games and at several dances. Our class has been well represented in the activities of the school. Several in our class have joined the Glee Club, French Club, and Art Club. Paul Randall and George Driggs are on the Varsity bas- ketball squad. Lorne Horton is on the J. V. squad. Jean Gillard, Roxanne Rowcliffe, JOHH Hartley,a.nd Joy.. Ames, members of our class, are school cheerleaders. Florence Sulimowicz, Jean Gillerd, Dorothy George,Anita Horzempa, Susan Panek, Audrey Saile, and Ruth Dutton took part in the Girls' Speaking Contest. Florence Sulimowicz won first prize and Jean Gillard tied for second.. ' , Ted Say, loren Laney, Lorne Horton, Guy Smith,JoefCrane,f Clyde White, Charles Manhardt, and George Driggs' participatedi 'i it A J in the Boys Speaking Contest. Ted Say won first,prige. l'il The highlight events of this year? ifilJlV,'bLQ'3i0H?l '4'L Home iillffi 'Y March and our play in May. - :lH,.wfJf,q71Qj5QqgLQ,Lj32 ,'.' . i 1 . ..,. ' ,lor lUj'f,,2,' 'n t , W -'4-- --4,. . -' -. :. .,.. 1. N. - 54,4 yay, Mfg wu. 'f ---- -1' i"-- I, . , ., ,,.. .fe,:1:::f:?Z'."' ""':' :"+f-leiigfix . . 'fair A , ., ,, Wi .f,,-11. 'wr f' . ' - fi... 12.551 I" ' 'ii 1 , ' :Fifi 1 e1:ag::"'A:', 1 ,Y .- ,, M f if f ff' ' 1 w W 1 N 1 1 K 4 I l 1 I W w x N 1 x 1 ! 1 1 K 5 1 I 3 I i 1 I J P uvff--ff f 3 .,:L.?...,.... Y , . , -. W7 1 . . ,- isp.: ' ,...:g,,, Ellis Z.. 'u 1.1, Q, Lx: '.,, , ,,,. . V 1. i'z+fff233l.ee?f551355 uf y an T ' .e,K5.5ii+Ei u',, 5315. L' 1 . -' : V ' ' 1-as -.-..-. .. I-.-um.-S First Row: C. Talbot, S. Gubb, M. Horton, Miss Jadick, B. Monachino, B. Pahuta, D. Wilford S d R 5 S, J hns R, V' ' B. C bb W. A ' , F. Smitzney E. Watson T235 Rosa? E. Hg.re,,R. Maffgfiflk. Diiffierj F. sgtitg, T. Gillard,,V. xhcks - JOPI-IOMOREJ' - . The keynote to success we are told is cooperation. That is why the following class officers were elected: President ................. Thomas Gillard Vice-President .... .... Rulon Martyn Secretary ................... Rose Vigneri Treasurer ................. Ronald Dilcher Student Council Members..Dorothy Wilford Larry Martyn This cooperative nature is evidenced in the many school activities in which we participate. Six of our girls, Dorothy Wilford, Eunice Hare,Erma Watson,Shirley Gubb, Maxine Horton, and Charmaine Talbot are on the cheerleadiu squad. Rulon and Harlow are on the varsity basketball team, gred, Eugene, Tom, and Larry held down berths on the junior varsity. Erma was elected president of G. A. A. and Florence, vice-president. Ronald makes a very able treasurer. Our money earning ventures were movies, serving refreshments at the basketball games and at dances. The treasury balance is now over two hundred dollars. Today we are known as the nsillyn as the ngayn Juniors. Our scholastic ticipation in school affairs, and our school known far and wide has been our Sophomoresg tomorrow, achievements, our par- ' interest in making the aim. H We wish to express our appreciation to our adviser, Miss Jadick,for all the assistance she has given us throughout our Sophomore year. y 14 , Q "i "ig: 5 A X Af' -in Z V f""' fv, ,ZX A4 XX! A! V: k, I ,,.,: In-ss mm"""""n-Q. m X X JH First Row: F. Drock, B. Waldron, E. Sharp, F. Panek, Mr. Schogoleff, M. Harkness, J Salle, F. Squires, P. Vigneri Second Row: G. Marshall, M. Kinney, M. Zelinski, M. Pridmore, S. Zambito, S. Bonney, I Parker Third Row: D. Baker, R. Test, F. Neindorf, E. Park, E. Polasky, N. White, E. Boldt R Burns, N. Geissler . -FRE!!-IMENS . The following officers were elected by the Class of 1949 for their Freshman year in high school: President ............. Geraldine Marshall Vice-President... ........ Donald Baker Secretary .................. Betty Waldron Treasurer ................. Florence Panek Student Council Members ..... ..John Swartz A Suzanne Bonney With Mr. Schogoleff as their adviser, the Freshmen plan- ned several money-making schemes. They sold hot dogs at home football games, and had charge of checking coats at several dances. The movie, HHold That Ghostn, which was s onsored b Y the Freshmen, was a great success, and the class pgans on hav- ing several more movies before the end of the year., V T The Class of 1949 is well-represented in school activi4 ties. ,Two of its members, Dick Test and Edward Polasky, are Secretary and Treasurer, respectively,of Student Couucil.Five of the Freshmen boys play on the Junior Varsity Basketball team,and others are planning to go out for baseball and track Freshmen are in Band, Glee Club, Archery, Boy Scouts, French Club, Art Club, F. F. A., and G. A. A. The Class of 1949 is looking forward to leaving E. C, sg as happy and progressive as it entered. . V Slim 1 D1-XIX! C L fmn. lKf?l'2..l2 r ffff' -U-ow fi 0 N 'fi 1f'2C 'X vi nfff' 'dk gif? MMM' -6- 'f WW , .xx f E X 4. 4, f AJ First Row: R. Dickes, D. Boyce, P. Gavel Second Row: P. Rich, E. Benson, A. Gillette, V. Erhardt, Mrs. Strouts, H. Baube, F. Mason, K. Hall, C. Tretter Third Row: I. Matla, B. Jakaub, D. Shultz, S. Steckley, F. Blood, T. Wood, R. Shultz, J. Ford, V. Speed Fourth Row: D. Gavenda, D. Park, H. Rowcliffe, L. Manhardt, R. Myers, G. Rowcliffe, H. Maskell Second Row: First Row: D. H. N. B. . GRADE B . Bower, S. Monachino, R. Greenman, G. George, D. Rowcliffe, P. Palermo, Churchill Etehlar, E. Farrington, M. Kilby, Mr. Benton, M. Roth, M. Rosborough, enson 18 PP v---1-PS4 'CNF '.7fi11?"' . . , . , , ., ,M,.,,. H f'5l'?5fj5Q5??:'ifi Y f ' 4 I n 1 K w 3, X lglq M 7'1,..U' t .yi o "Hi" .fl L fe 3, ' - 1 n-gig, ,K , 'K '-. 7' K4 '1 ' We , ,Q ' ,l...,-,,......-w-f ' , . ' X S1 tl , - y , L EL 4 v w "'i H1'ff SQNW t tl I7 ' 7ll'7vlu1HV1W'H l 1 A V' N nx4', J 1 I ' dl v as " A2-5' ' ' w I I f l y - oN Qypm1l ,gms .Q l,.4l, Q,ilA -- QM A ll. ell: . . fl . w p l . 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' -' ! .ffe ff W - lv it l - 4 4 ' "fy, 'ff W I ' , .L 'll' ' If ' ff? ,Q n: g4.....iifL-f , .pfs:3.g-mf my '. . fx f f usa:-:f5fe.1s'm " " . , -,""'i1:f'5'!.'Qf!"'. weigh Hell: wgfw' Qi 1 ' ', ff - f- ' X l '4'T2l3QLfZ'!N5! : , 4 T ' ' f f 'M " . L iff 1 N I v m M 1 r ' " - -C ly zf - J ' 74, -a-Ssgxx gir I I W I pf ' ,, 1.M' 'r ':r-Qssx - eras i 1 ' M fr..-ff k " 'T :-Bu B ., 'B ""' -i ' I " 'i ' , f Y 5 'I ' x 1 44 X 'EE -fa. .l...,ggv,,,,-fi? 4::22fesfFgwgg,gu Vg Jlfxxxxxitf. !,2f is-viee5,,gfSIL.N xiii f 4- . 1 X I -E 21. 'Ls-Fi g - S X If , 4:51--,Mi - -" 77 X f f' 1 1 l i' 5 X aff' f ' J 'we knew our .. l -.'ib.....-- g 'V Officers elected by the Eighth Grade are as follows: President ........ ........ .Paul Gavel Vice-President... .... Barbara Jakaub Secretary ......... ........... Irene Mgtla all Ford Rich Treasurer ................... Kenneth Student Council Members ........ Joan Paul In December we held a Christmas party in Franklin Shultz gave us the tree which the students decor- ated- We had light refreshments and exchanged gifts. ln February we held our Valentine party in the Music Room where games were played and valentines were exchanged. Home made cookies and pop were served. our home room. Last Fall our grade took an active part in the magazine Contest and one of our members, Barbara Jakaub won a two- pound box of candy for having the greatest number of points for subscriptions. There have been three basketball teams made up of Eighth Grade boys and one team of girls this year. At the close of the season,a boys' team made up of the best players from the three teams, played two games with Batavia and two with Byron, winning all four matches. not neglect our school work during this time for marks had to be kept up. We did We,the appreciation for the help Mrs. Strouts and Mr. Benton have given us.g members of the Eighth Grade, wish to express our ' -1' f ilfilfi --:-,L Q ' Qliw er ef., get ig. ,f 'L 5, .. Riiifn' - 1 ..1.. .- al ge. ol ... 1 if-.1 "fig: J, 'i.5ifFT.ljKf' 5-F P, .EE . QU J. . 1 'Y v.. 1 1 3i1.e2.,fiP-.1a- it f fl. '. '-' 'vw' f'i'i. 35 ' "7 -ITV 1, 1 ""'7- -1" ""4,1' 'fL"Q'- I P' 1, la..-:T "nh-I'1"k' A'T'.f,.g'.2Q'iJqfj".' 1' .1 , 1 -- V- '. .m':.r.' " f ' 1 -.-. '.. t U:MQ,.,wMx.mp,.wq3V ..l -- .2 .f-1-'iwfi 1. ,,.1 15,-,-, ,,4,,.,. -. -.-- f ,., 1 . .Mx 'Ns il! vu. .1 ix :kiwi 1.35, ,V L? a.wm2 wypcwgv h,wH'wW-. First Row: H. Park, M. Hare, L. Weber, E. Brown,J. Hill, W. Dart, F. Zelinski, P. Vigneri Second Row! N. Monachino, J. Shuler, M. Januain, J. Stehlar, A. Carey, Miss Kaczmarek, V. Smith, l. Jannain, V. Bonk, B. Horton, J. Burns Third Row: C. Palermo, E. Wiedrich, S. Smith, N. Post, B. Jenkins, E. Jenkins, B. Er- hardt, W. Wilford, D. Manhardt, S. Jermy, E. White Fourth Row: H. Unamann, 0. Monachino, M. Putney, A. Jachimowicz, F. Kingdollar, D. Has- kell, R. Maskell, H. Horzempa, M. Stokes, L. Putney " 1 .Q ' N . GRADE . .r' v .' . IW f T :.fgZ,,2.L,:?Y, fir' Vg 9 gcc 3' -' --L The following are the officers elected by the Seventh Grade for their first year in Junior High School: President .................. Joanne Shuler Vice-President .... ..... Nancy Post Secretary ................... Maurice Hare Treasurer. ................... Jacque Hill Student Council Members...Beverly Horton V Anthony Jachimowicz The Seventh Grade has a basketball team this year which, after coming out Hon topu in the intergrade games, played the Junior Varsity Squad. The Seventh Graders played a good game, and lost only by a very close score. ' ' ' Altogether, there are twenty-nine Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts from the Seventh Grade, a number that can't be' equal- led by the other grades in Junior High School. 1 ' t ' Under its adviser, Miss Kaczmarek, the Seventh NGrade is preparing for Senior High School, and is looking forward to QL1l,44'fH successful four years there. y A A. f,',Q'Q-ygg . fv K 20 gq4..,I-g. ,..,,4g,-,sl , ,M f. . . w:,4-..,-m.-.' -esevu :'.u,1, .WU,,.. ,,mw-m,. ,H I .. , -'g:gg.,f-.'q. gq:.,..1. e . -- f A - ,, 1 TMTTH'SHhwIIIIuliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiie:Piin A LEE ? .... . ,lffif1"f5L'TfP"'E':7?"'A'l5+" ...lm ,.-eh. 1..- -4 2155. A First Row: J. Laney, A. Zicari, E. Dunn, Mrs. Schogoleff, V. Boyce, N. Goetz, S. Mon- achino Second Row: D. Benson, M. Shamp, S. Crane, M. Szyniec, N. Manhardt, D. Putney, E. Jan- na1n Third Row: H. Haskell, F. Lund, M. Armison, K. Coughlin, QREN F. Elliott, E. Penepent, N. Palermo i . clzlxon 6 - K , f N I ff !!z ' 1 A f 1 Q . ff 6 1 'VI Wfvck ?,zk NY X- qeesg Fourth Row: A. Bielawski, F. Bezon, R. Heale, M. Dilcher, E. Farrington, D. Fitch, R. Shultz, A. Pridmore, J. Panek Third Row: J. Gillette, T. Ross, B. Wood, A. Drock, R. Goetz, A. Dunn, C. Sohuler, R. Jachimowicz, H. Schultz, J. Edgerton Second Row' S. Andrews, A. Johnson, S. Goss, D. Rosborough, Mrs. Paul, M. Goetz, C. Unaf First Row: mann, B. Coughlin, L. Penepent D. Swartz, D. Jakaub, D. Talbot, F. Oberer, D. Wilson, G. Dutton 1 , .21 ' "f 1' CI? ' arf First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: 1, Q -:f , FZ: , X .I l X 4 X fix I l x I w ,, lx f H .. 'ix J . D. Parker, R. Penepent, K. Shultz, L. Dutton, D. Talbot R. Speed, B. Ames, P. Monachino, M. Laney, M. Test, N. Chapell, H. Benson ' B. Pangrazio, D. Bielawski, J. Burns, S. Jenkins, A. Greenman, E. Jannain, I. Jackson, Mrs. Graham . Shuknecht, B. Underhill, F. Neindorf, R. Richenberg, Airth, H. Kingdollar, G. Maskell . GRADE 5 L. 0 - Third Row: C. Roth, J. Edwards, D. Kilby, L. Weber ' Second Row: R. Stokes, E. Dickes, S. Shu tz, N. Hanley, B. Manhardt, R. Markle First Row: R. Wood, N. Boyce, L. Ralph, Miss Parmelee, C. Harezga, F. Pa- lermo, D. Goodliff 22 f First Row: G. Ross, C. Scott, L. Gillard, J. Monachino, G4 Greenman. Second Row: R. Hedges, C. Vigneri, G. Zicari, M. Shuler, B. Barber, J. George, G. Talbot, W. Goetz Third Row: L. Kinney, D. Ruck, R. Warn, J. Vigneri, P. Dorman, P. Woeller, I. Roth, W. Van- derhoof, J. Markwica, R. Sprague Fourth Row: A. Wilford, R. Carey, W. Stehlar, A. Elliott, D. Sprague, R. Bezon, D. Farring- ton. L. Talbot, Mrs. Baker . amos 4 U,5.,,,! Pfgy. . GRADE, 3 , , U Third Row: J. Bezon, G. Putney, R. Shamp, L. Allen, L- Benthin, D. Ames, R. Stuart, Miss Shephard Second Row: P. Benton, D. Armbrewster, P. Mowry, M. Rowcliffe, M. Henry, G. Bonk, J. Tretter, K. Heale First Row: 0. Weber, J. Palermo, G. Shuler, G. Shamp, E. Neindorf, E. Maskell, R. George, E. Forbes , V 23 .-, -,X ' . KUE5513135714225-Piriligif,--ff"f' if IE'- QA, A First Row: . Goetz J. Greene, J. Greene l Second Row: . Coughlin, E. Benson, R. Miles, W. wiGk1l1gS, P, Bower, Third Row: . Smith, C. Fiorentiuo, K. Weber, N. Gillette, G. Wiedrich, cffmdf M . Q - U aff P M , NN, 1 A? Fourth Row: Third Row: Second Row: First Row: Fourth Row: . Markle, P. Monachino l . Erhardt, D. Dmmn, R. Brinkman, E. Drock, V. Burns, E. Rich- enberg, D. Putney, Miss Dorf . creme 3 . L 2. George, Shultz G F . canon 2 . C. Ralph, R. Szymanski, F. Markwica., D. Norton, L. Richenberg, R. Lund, R. Smart C. Stehlar, P. Warn, Miss Rogers N. Talbot, S. Monachino, M. Kinney, N. Shamp, A. Bigelow, J. Chapell, J. Zeliff, A. Conrad, J. Kasmer J. Sprague, R. Naylor, R. Jal-raub, D. Snell, J. Ruck, C. Greuschow, L. Dorma.n, G. Strabel, C. Cropo, W. Shea D. Burns, D. Bonk. C. Benson. R. Benson. P. Lanev 24 , H . '- First Row' R Allen R. Kingdollar, R. Shultz, D. Rowcliffe D. Nailor CH EStk Rshu E. Second Row: H. Smith, C. Palermo, G. George, R. Markle, F. urchil , . o es, . u z, Murphy, L. Pangrazio Third Row: S. Szyniec, S.VComins, C. Smith, J. Myers, R. Bryant, S. Bielawski, D. Bogue, N. Smith, B. Norton Fourth Row: K. Wallace, J. Pendergast, G. Matla, D. Bridge, R. Goss, J. Park, H. Blood, Miss Burr . GRADE. 2 . 0 . cannon 1 . QF? Third Row: D. Barber, J. Borton, M. Bateman, E. Bezon, C. Bryant, L. Horzempa, L. Putney, L. Putney, H. Hartman, W. Schultz, Mrs. Burr Second Row: G. Greenmau, J. Jakaub, M. Benton, G. Say, C. Wohlfiel, R. Roth, J. Vanderhoof, G Steckley, C. Chapell, R. Markle, M. Stehlar, S. Comins First Row: A. Shamp, E. Greuschow, J. Baldwin, C. Ross, P. Claude, T. Crossett, K. Benson, N Dickes. R. Dunn 9 - fm . ' Q DA 5, -fu.-see:-341 .t325e.'.fg:HCQiKE525qQrQ' ' 25 if! iES1'fL7'f-5W5 An ' " 9' ' Y-IEEE-:L1:5" "V-"A QL? K' , un- me - 'ff . - 1-1......+'33E :E+ " 4 A6 t First Row: J. Erhardt, A. Naylor, R. Warn, L. Moss, W. Shamp, J. Monachino, L. Speed Second Row: W. Benton, T. Niedzialek, L. Park, R. Bauer, D. Gillette,G. Smith, M. Vigneri Third Row: B. Kasmer, R. Slusher, C. Brown, J. Mowry, L. Markwica, R. Mason, J. Churchill, M Norton, Miss Wigton . KINDERCIARTEN . 9 Gs 5 ' ,W U 5 N Q 'siksw .5 S U R yir x Q KI "I r'4' I f , L ff Q , L L L f v NEP, E.4S K 4? Q? Mlyiziif f,SiL"""f" Q f 57 ,,,fff ' fr 1 ' af ?-1",, j E 51 P C.. 12 5? K N -' '?e22?'u"Qy 'MRM ff C5 'qi . QJJQQX ' .1 -f" 5 Cn' ' ',g3jiQ3' 113A ff 5? ,iff L... W ,KW Xi PP' x N 5 1- ,Tl IT - X X X ,K iwvgx fhff X., ', WX Q rg GQ f R AN X-at 2 fx EN X XX wi JZ L ., X . ,X Y w Ii f , UAJEN ' R xg ' YK .x ,R-,fx fig' TJ -,J F1 K i Xxx, . X ,,,, x. vi- 1 w Qxk . -f' f,f SQ XC i X ,-L-fzhx 1 if J Ci 5-V .K -Zi P Jar if !! rx -ll l lgifgff ,Rig KF,-hifi W- lk J f,:f2 f IP 77105 X llggjzk if '7 f LQ! awfx vjpgl. 1 5. 21 92: S- fmi if 1. ,H - ,355 H '4'YE:'1 1313? .PT ' Ii ff-2' M . ,,, if W. if 3 , T37 K qs .. 1 E Su 5 1 HH wfiifghwihf uri, "' - 11 41 whiff' ' .4 . a53"1 ,If 55352 ,V yi-1-.H-:-iq, I . 1 M , I 1-H' , K H - ,Half E I Prrgmruijnn VA' 4 .-L............ ...J we Q ' T First Row: B. Horton, D. Hedges K Second Row: D. Porter, R. Test, A. Gubb, D. Wilford, S. Bonney, J. Ford, Mr. Vanderhoof, S. Hare, E. Polasky Third Row: P. Rich, A. Jachimowicz, J. Swartz, L. Saile, L. Martyn, D. Rowcliffe . JTUUENT COUNCAL, . Our Student Council started this year with a lively campaign between the opposing sides, Harvard and Yale. The affair was ably managed by Don Bigelow and Ronald Dilcher. The ubraiusn or advisers, Mrs. Howitt and Mr. Schogoleff, tried vainly to outwit each other.Fine examples of political strategy were-revealed by both teams. During the hectic and turbulent campaign real sportsmanship was practiced by all candidates. The victors on Election Day were: President ......... ..... Arthur Gubb Vice-President ........ .... Stewart Hare Secretary ................... Richard Test Treasurer ................. Edward Polasky Class Representatives: Seniors ..................... Donna Hedges David Porter Juniors... .... Margaret Jachimowicz Lynford Saile Sophomores... .... Dorothy Wilford Larry Martyn Freshman ..... .... Suzanne Bonney John Swartz Eighth Grade .... ,. ..... Betty Benson Donald Rowcliffe ' Joan Ford Paul Rich Seventh Grade.. ........... Beverly Horton Anthony Jachimowicz The Council has purchased new basketball suits, base- ball uniforms, and football jerseys. Other accomplishments the Council may well be proud of are: - COMPLETION or THE POINT-SYSTEM EXECUTION or A HIGHLY sUccEssEuL HHGHz1HE.DR1vE.g SNWMMUDFMMWANMBMHHMLMMLQQ - I X 28 .hvih ,N fff fIuH?tfi qrv' 'ff if5Ei'ie ggi . as es! First Row: J. Ames, C. Cou hlin, B. Palermo C. Talbot, F. Sulimowicz Second Row: L. Gateson, P. tarowitz, E. Shuler, D. Arnold, Mrs. P. Burr, E. Hare, R. Dut- E Ton, J. Gillard Third Rong B. Crabb, D. Erhardt, J. Mittlefeldt, J. Hill, J. Motz, Mr. Benton, L. Eggers, S. Panek, L. Laney, G. Boyce Fourth Row: R. Martyn, A. Gubb, S. Hare, R. Dilcher, P. Joslin, D. Porter, T. Gillard . REVUE. JTAFF . Editorfin-Chief ....................... David Porter Assistant Editors... ...... Jean Gillard Stewart Hare Art Editor ................ ...Catherine Coughlin Art Staff ......... ............... Jean Mittlefehldt Florence Sulimowicz Ruth Dutton Betty Palermo Charmaine Talbot Eunice Hare Anita Horzempa Elaine Shuler Leanna Gateson Doris Arnold Advertising Manager ........... ...Arthur Gubb Rulon Martyn Business Manager.... .... Loretta Laney Joyce Ames Photography ......... ...Ronald Dilcher Thomas Gillard Boys' Sports Editor .... .......... Paul Joslin Girls' Sports Editor .... ...Margaret Jachimowicz Activities ............. ........... Susan Panek Classes ........ ...... '.Beverly Crabb Grades ........... ... ...Pauline Starowitz Typing Editor .......... ............ Joyce Hill Typing Staff ............ ........... Laura Eggers Dorothy Erhardt Josephine Motz Gertrude Boyce Rose Zambito The Revue Staff has worked diligently to make this book as interesting and original as possible. We appreciate the interest' Mrs. Burr, Mr. Benton, and Miss Jadick have shown , , and the time and effort they so willingly put forth to make . .it a success. . ',sgQ1f!1fji '1h'thejyears to come, when you look thru this book, and ,.5gg!'Ql1lZeTg0VeT'SQm9?Qf-the "", pages,a few of the memories of those 'gg 2l53'gpodQoldQddYFfME 'hack when---ma be r -l' ed. If they are . !gg,g5f3V9i9SyQPgEB933QQgggffTwill'feel that oar Rgrk has been amply I - ' J? V- Q P - A 15' 1 v: e-,, are 1, A . 41 3,4 X I First Row: I. Jannain, M. Jannain E. Benson, B. Horton Second Row: V. Bonk, E. White, C. Palermo, Mrs. Kirsch, D. Manhardt, J. Smith, J. Shuler Stehlar, V. Third Row: I. Matla, B. Jakaub, E. Weidrich, V. Erhardt, T. Wood J. Ford A. Gillette v s d s J ' , ' . ee . - e Fourth Row: N. Pgst,,B. Jenlrgilzs, B. Erhardt, E. Jenkins, S. Steckley, W. Wilford f - 4 I A 4 PJ-If , 0 0 5:2 TIFF? ' f M B. mggziaaiz t fL,f'U' lf. , 'A W WW . ,AV , .. iff W t-H j f! lf .ESQ ,lt VJ. X P' 'L F W A. L 'N f , . ' 4.2 L . .. 'J W -Q1 ' AR' 9"""5 ' .... Third Row: E, Shuler. D. Erhardt, J. Mittlefeldt, J. f f ff, Zelinski, M. Woof, A. Pahlka., R. Bower, R. Dutton fit" "T Second Row: D. George, F. Panek, J. Gillard, L. Laney, S. Panek, J. Saile,-J. Parker, J. Ames, D. Hedges First Row: C. Talbot, S. Gnbb, E. Hare, C. Coughlin, Mrs. P, Burr, L. Gateson, J. Hartley, F. Sulimowicz 30 -- .i . Y. . ...N rf, u . . ,, .,., . '- A First Row: E. galbot, E. Sharp, J. Hill, P. Palermo, S, Monachino, A. Saile, V. Hicks, -. huler Second Row: N. Post, S. Gubb, J. Hartley, O. Monachino, Miss Meyers, H. Unamann, J. Gillard, M. Harkness, V. Speed, J. Ford Third Row: A. Pahlka, E. Watson, G. Driggs, P. Joslin, S. Bonney, D. Wilford, G. Marshall lv fi . fo, X - BAND - ef J ff ffl X .',i,3f7 'f,"'f! ' ,EgE:L!,gf,'743' WHY., H135 f W ' ,H lv 'Sis ' ' Q may P .N -GLEE c:u.ua. F f:7EZZ7ZR Xiazzggbfv WHQQ- Jmumy Fourth Row: T. Say, S. Johns, H. Burns, L. Eggers, J. Zelinski, R. Bower, J. Davis, J. Hill, F. Smitzney, E. Watson, P. Joslin Third Row: .J. Hartley, F. Panek, D. Arnold, D. Erhardt, G. Boyce, A. Pahlke, B. Crabb, D. Bower, S. Panek, S. Zambito, S. Bonney, B, Waldron - Second Row: J. Ames, M, Jachimowicz, V. Hicks, J. Gillard, D. Wilford, Miss Meyers, R. Dutton, A. Saike, M. Horton, G. Marshall, G. Crane First Row: 0. Boyce, D. Hedges, D. George, M. Harkness, E. Sharp, S. Gubb, B. Pahnta ' 31 N ....,...........-.- ,,.. ., .. i1fV9f'wsn.-.1.Y1r2nfffgL.z.:. - f.. .'?'H. :.s..m-... ..,.-.11 lf. ya, A ',53"'fif.ff:l' 1'MfE.'..?E'. 'TFA' --4 '-'f .Q ein'-.:.:..:s3,J:q:'f ' " i -I 'J fl' M '1?h't'1,,I. f 1 1 . W 3 , . nf-, ,- QI.-.,,,1. ,,...h , QHmJ5fWif55GWBMM?+fv K tI.g,stlt1't,tf'J 1li Kb x v ,,mm-L I v,,p,+ ,g rs r J X5 --Q.4.., 1 T First Row: M. Test, N. Chapell, B. Horton, S. Jannain Second Row: D. Putney, A. Johnson, J. Gillette, Miss Kaczmarek, J. Edgerton, D. Rosborough, B. Wood Third Row: V. Speed, J. Ford, S. Smith, N. Post, E. Widdrich, W. Wilford, J. Shuler Fourth Row: S. Jenkins, T. Wood, B. Jenkins, E. Jenkins, A. Gillette, C. Schu- ler, R. Jachimowicz . GIRL JCOUTJ' 1. if ' fx. f r W J mf' A ' H. 7 : N- !m . ff' . Q l1, f 4 Z ' - 'Z I 1 , , . 1, f' f6???f f 7 f WWA 'QV :sf I 41 f Y, ' 1 CQ5. -. LC Under the competent leadership of Miss Kaczmarek and' assistants, Dorothy Wilford and Charmaine Talbot, the Girl Scouts have had a very busy and successful year. Our troop is divided into the Star, Wave, Pioneer and Instrumentalist patrols, under the leadership 'of Audrey' Johnson, Barbara Jenkins, Mary Test, and.Virginia Speed. -5 The year has been an enjoyable one,filled with partiess Early in the school year we had a hay-ride party.In December . we had a Christmas party,and in February, a Yalentine party. '. We are looking forward to a busy and'successfH1'fQfiFQf'f and planning for more activities and more fdn,al.,y,f3Q 3' N A ,L Vw, 1, - K 'w.',.f,, ,,,- M... ,. t1'f R 4 ' Q 22 E ,, Q 'l 5 ' X1 X , V , N1::A',fgfj.l -if-q1, . f!Q'fj""t.. tml g ...- .tt , A J... -1- ,-1--W' , f1Yleff5if',BH-j,07Y3-blf''filiiew It was a good experience to get away First Row: D. Talbot, H. Hare, P. Gavel, D. Bower, H. Park Second Row: E. Brown, D. Baker, C. Tretter, M. Putney, Hr. Johnson, H. Horzempa, K Coughlin, W. Dart, J. Burns Third Row: R. Test, R. Martyn, R. Haskell, D. Rowcliffe, A. Jachimowicz, E. Wilford, D. Gavenda, K. Hall Fourth Row: DQ Haskell, F. Schultz, J. Swartz, G. Allen, H. Rowcliffe, D. Park, G Rowcliffe vnx !ff X, 7 Q, f- w ho fo l X x X X ev f .. ', ffff' 7' I' . nov .rcou'rf . ,fy ,, 15' 'X ff mf, , , yy ,f' ,, ,f ix .f Ufffof 59 261 1 f H,74f, If , -L lk gi g? U - , f , 1 ' '-Eal. ',, f fX.e 1 , -- '- f f f f N Q55 5 ff Kitts f fr 7 I I .2-' .l I , f Z Qstic- "' " bf, ,, X If 1-ff f' ' 4' Q. s 1, L ,2i5?55?5as?yg?3if-,-'-ton. . At the beginning of the school year, under the leader- ship of our Scoutmaster,Mr. Johnson,and his three assistants, Asher Borton, Frank Gavel, and Arnold Neth, we started our fall and winter activities. We changed our meeting night to Wednesday, and are using the patrol system of Scouting. Also, we have a leaders' meeting once or twice a month. In November we attended a banquet, which was held by our sponsors, the Elba Fire Department. In that month four boys went on a week-end trip to Letchworth Park and enjoyed its winter wonders. " In February we joined with other Scouts of the Council in a competitive contest rally, at which Troop 17 received a HBH rating. ':We'invited Troop 6 of Batavia to Elba for an inter-troop meeting wlth a treasure hunt, games, and refreshments during Marchg- H.. , , H .i.DeSt summer nine boys from Troop 17 of Elba spent a week PYTCHWR Sem Wood, this area's summer camp, where t ey had a Q'EWPQPQ7l91!'?fI1i'?tE1!1ifiQS' Off' modern living and spend a week in the planning a. summer camping trip into ,-. T53?EQQE5g99PFZgHgHg5ggggQ5yyand1 are hopeful that we are en ering .,i.g3Q, ,ga1291119fg+E-.eesmlzigvgispgrnygras sjirr "Sc out ing . iQ23iEiQ??EQ-F7c?3-YmwfFffiEQiZi?tiiEEf?F7f'FlH" d't' ' - . ' ,, fyf .M"EggEQgEQE35E3?EEVM First Row: J. Saile, D. Baker, R. Test, F Panek, M. Harkness J. Hartle Second Row! E. Hare, S. Bonney, G. Boyce, Miss England, S. Zambito, D. Wilford, R. ' Zambito, J. Gillard Third Row: C. Talbot, B. Crabb, S. Panek, J, Pridmore, J. Davis, J. Hill, R. Vigneri, M. Pridmore, M. Horton, S. Gubb Fourth Row: T. Gillard, A. Gubb, E. Polasky, R. Dilcher, J. Swartz, L. Martyn, D. Porter k f f, A r, :l1,'fQFJ'FRENCH ...u,kl'1Il'l -5 5 " ve "7 ' ' , 'ffl' Twill' I " "' .1 ?f1f"2l 3 .. l lf h 'M-. WJ! V! ff...-:If 42 ' CLUB ' W' fl ff""' 1 " Af f l' Lg ff m' "fig, "2 Qi " I J- fr r -f WP ' .- ,. f - l F gr A f xf g Q 04" . fir X I All.: I Z ' . VME LA FQANCE A Third Row: C. White, G. Smith, G. Allen, B. Hart, R. Martyn A CVI if H Second Row: F. Neindorf, E. Park, L. Horton, F. Schultz D' White E Wilford J Cr . , . -. ane First Row: E. Boldt, G. Driggs, J. Zipfel, Mr. Mowry, Saile, P. Randall, Manhardt, N. Geissler 34m , . ag ,Z ?" ,iff .. iff, "F if f:7:'f?' ' l1Y ' ,.. . - i --i-,:,.,-f- -2--Q'-J,-,.. 1111- Y. .1--,-,-. Z, Z",-J First Row! D. Porter S. Hare P. Palermo Mr. Johnson, D. Baker, R. Mgrtyn, P, Randall second Row: A. Gubb, H. Ruck, D. Bigelow, D. Rowcliffe, R. Bower, G. nrlggs, P. Josl1n . VARIITY . 235 iff- X Qjgagp- ff Q My i f BIXIKET BALL . .gfgiggf ' 7, 'L - ff 'ii-Q 1 ff? . , N .NR 1 91,-, f Nb "k, '- ' L. Z Y Y L' fs! , , 4- gf. fffmfjj, I -Q iff' - 9 - " S1 . If N -'40 ' 5 ' ,4 , , 4.f ' "Q54544' ' I I lil ' 47 V . JUNIOR. VAPJITY . 'Second Row: D- Baker, N- Geissler. J. Swartz, G. Allen F. Shultz, T. Gillard First Row: L. Horton, E. Polasky, Mr. Johnson, H. Rowcliffe, K, Martyn, E. Park. .. 36 I V '. .' A . ' fffMHWH"1fzFssH:w2SvFmmHx Q First Row: R. Test Second Row: H. Ruck, S. Hare, D. Porter, A. Gubb, Mr. Johnson, D. Bigelow, P. Joslin, R. Bower Third Row: D. Baker, E. Fourth Row: T. Gillard, Park, F. Shultz, R. Dilcher, G. Allen, H. Rowcliffe, P. Palermo G. Rowcliffe, L. Martin, J. Swartz, R. Martyn . BMEBALL . R J ff, ' , L nfs H f ,P 1" 'il ' . voo'ram.x. . 8 Second Row: T. Gillard, L. Horton, H. Ruck, G. Allen, R. Bower, H. Rowcliffe, R. Martyn, J. Swartz First Row: P. Joslin, A. Gubb, D. Porter, Mr. Johnson, G. Rowcliffe, D. Bigelow, S. Hare, F. Shultz ' 'P 37 r.:.wu.....mw-.--f-,Q-L... .e....:.J-:Jr , -.:f.9:iIf?i157:"73C T7 ' if-f - ' fy 1 -- ' 1 ' Six-man football ff' .. ,,. lik rin' , fa wsu to , - ua: ua- 'V I P. wit r fu 4. ap W- . 1 wt! ffr M if '51 l. J Q s ii ' f xl " I ta f K W . P2 W! r P L w K 779199, gi: ll Z: g, k p r ,xi , , .V L is Y, pf lthough ., F 1 my f l w J amine w., 5 , RI 1 , , me X ug 4 '77 -7.1.2 ,K 1 X M F H A Muff +.,m4, 4. 1 H' f vgf. ' rm - 4, .1 1- s -L..-wi..-...W" fi nf" 13' x . JPORTI . the teams were not quite up to ar, sports ained in popularity at E. C. S. in '45, The quality of sportsmanship moved up a step and brought with it attendance at games which was considerably out of proportion with the won-lost r column. , . - f Dave Porter could be made the athlete of the year by ex- 4y'.i P ' celling in three sports, by serving as captain of the - -X l.. basketball team, and by sharing co-captain honors with W mf er Y V, K,-.Y -, Donald Bigelow on the football squad. lt would be f ef ffm- 4 ,X 2-an W .T-qjgl " rather difficult to name a second,for we have others who are three-letter men--Hare, Bigelow, and Gubb.- FOOTBALL was established as a going concern with the comple- ,- tion of a five-game schedule. Eighteen potential All-Americans constituted the 1945 version of the football squad which was built around the eight returning vets. Don Bigelow's speed and drive, Art Gubb's decisive defensive play and Dave Porter's sage play calling and precision ball handling, made our back- field almost foolproof. Our line with Stew Hare's driving legs, and dex- terity of ball handling and Josh's and Bud's deciphering of opponent's plays and well placed blocks made other teams take notice. Ruck's quick thinking, Fred's temper and Skelton's earnestness made the second team a potent force. The first game was played September 28 at Phelps with our boys coming home victorious 37-24. The following perience. We were trounced 45-28. Friday, we met a superior team in weight, size and ex- A week later 6 we played host to Phelps and sent them home defeated 4 -32. On Wednesday, October 10,we invaded Parker and handicapped by injuries to four men were turned back 51-39. The season closed with Harley Prep School invading our gridiron and grinding us into the water and mud 48-28. Although we glayed attention as evi enced a small schedule, the team of '45 received much by the attendance at home game, which averaged be- tween 150 and 200 per game, enough that '46 will find a league formed in Genesee County. We are ular sport a push on the Basketball retained did not, however, affect glad to have had a part in giving this new and pop- road to success. BASKETBALL its place as Kin of Sports at E. C. S., but this the score book. ghe boys must have had something, for the home'game spectators came to the tune of three-hundred each game. With the transportation situation improving,we used buses to attend out-of- town games and these games proved to be anything but disappointing. You may draw your own conclusions from the record. , A ax' , 38 , A ,L ., gm.f.,,. -. K , E A .L w. .gt-A f '::I,E:5g:g, Y: -,LQ '-gpg: '5 . f xg 1 L if in lg .plyf Ryan - .. ,a,43JkQmpU,gMl-jx :,:1.,v .. .. . Oakfield Corfu South Byron Bergen Pavilion Alexander Oakfield Kendall Corfu South Byron Bergen Batavia J-V Pavilion Alexander Batavia J-V Kendall TOTAL Porter headed the scoring game average. He was followed average and Palermo with 81 and tioned that Bigelow, who started honors, was seriously injured in the remainder of the season. ELBA OPPONENTS 15 31 24 26 27 25 29 40 17 40 15 45 27 36 38 46 32 42 26 36 43 69 31 35 3? 32 43 47 35 36 471 628 column with 160 points for an eleven point by Hare with 110 points and a seven point also an average of seven. It must be men- the season off in a close race for scoring the first Kendall game and was benched for The J. V.'s had a little better time of it for they won 4 and lost 8 games with Swartz and Allen leading the way with 65 points and 32 points respectively. With Pat, Junior, all Varsity men, a winning team on its way No one will deny the but the gods were against us a Freshman, Marty, a Sophomore, and Randal, a combining with the up-and-coming J. V.'s, we see for old E. C. S. fact that we had the material for a winning team and the gremlins dogged our footsteps. We lost four games by less than three points and seven by less than four. Tak- ing consolation and making excuses do not win games and we can but look to the future and hope. BASEBALL '45 Baseball held its own in '45 and the record showed an improvement from .333 to .500 for league games. Each game presented an individual story with two games being rather lop-sided. We had expected more from an all veteran team but they just couldn't do it. ELBA OBPONENTS Oakfield 7 6 fR,- , Batavia 4 5 V Albion 8 18 2 r Kendall 12 3 5 tif' South Byron 8 25 69 . if Corfu 12 2 ,,,, perfiftf Pavilion 2 5 , V' 'Alf' f,f Alexander 4 24 ff X Bergen 5 5 g X42 5 " A TOTAL 62 97 .rf J: ' 5 i . . - f ,tug BASEBALL '46 1.7 .1 ' mst' , it , In '46 it was predicted that Elba would EEHQMB ' Q44' ' - lg' take top honors. We'll be conservative and ' K y Q' '.- ..i. H say that-Elba, with a little hard work will - ,f,l'l4 -- " ,.l 'V place second or third. On second thought, fl,1l'31" . jp 1 1 - we had better ,change our bet. Twenty-two . uf.,p-fziziilzggge ' .Q boys reported from the. thirty-seven in 1 ,ev .H.f-tf-4- Qn6i,1' school, and everyone is fighting mad over txhelbasketbalql record, so how can we miss? ff'.,39 -ya . Liisaslfsiiasgiijf yfr'.a4rgg.mq' , V 13.11 Q' - 3, . .1 , , g x. . my 1 f Nt:Vq. , Ewmwwmjhf FEVwWw1 wk' X 4, ',L?1"g2" "lj, . ,3l5?.'w,wfE1' ff " tnqq-yi FW" 5 x r My vb J 1 mt ,Z N, HMV" ' 59, nu ww-w...m awww B First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: D. Hed es B. Benson, C. Talbot, B. Waldron, B. Palermo, E. Sharp, C. Coughlin, S. Gnbb, F. Squires, F. Sulimowicz, R. Vigneri, J. Salle 1 G. Marshall, F. Panek, B. Monachino, V. Hicks, A. Saile, E. Watson, Miss Meyers, Miss Jadick, F. Smitzney, P. Starowitz, B. Pahuta, R. Rowcliffe, J. Parker, M. Horton, M. Harkness I D. George, D. Wilford, E. Shuler, P. Monachino, E. Hare, H. Burns, L. Laney, Miss Bailey, R. Vigneri, A. Pahlka, S. Panek, M. Pridemore, 0. Boyce, R. Dutton, J. Hartley, Mr. Johnson V , ,I L. Gateson, G. Crane S. Bonney G. Boyce, D, Erhardt, W. Armison, J. Hill, J. Motz, M. Woof, J. Zelinski, N. White, S. Johns, D. Bower, B. Montgomery, J. Ames G.A.fN. The officers of the G. A. A. this year are: President .......... . ....... Erma Watson Vice-President ......... Florence Smitzney Secretary-Treasurer .... Pauline Starowitz P. Starowitz set up a schedule in basketball, baseball, soccer and volleyball so that every class team played eleven games, receiving full credit in G. A. A. for our letters,nu- merals and shield. In basketball the Seniors had the first team, with the JHHi0P girls running a close second.The Soph- omores won first place in Soccer Intramurals. The following girls went to the Basketball Playday in Batavia on February 25, 1946: B. Montgomery, F. Sulimowicz, J. Hill, L. Laney, P. Starowitz, A. Horzempa, J.Motz, JQDav- is, R. Zambito, JI Hartley, J. Gillard, B. Palermo.Two girls B. Montgomery and J. Gillard, were on the winning team. I The following girls represented us at the LeRoy Soccer Playday last fall: B. Palermo, J. Zelinski, H. Burns, L- Laney, P. Starowitz,0. Boyce D. Erhardt. Two girls, H. Burns and J. Zelinski, were on the winning team. The two honor teams have been chosen to play against Batavia on March 12 and. March 18. The girls chosen are as followsg P. Starowitz, J. Motz, B. Montgomery, L. Laney, J. . Hill, B. Palermo, R. Zambito, G. Boyce of the first h0HQP - team, M. Jachimowicz, D. Erhardt, F. Sulimowioz, S R. Burns, J. Davis, A. Horzempa, J. Hartley, J. Gillard of ,the SeGondPf honor team. y-,t" 'N VN"'5,, f to .M-F.::"-,f:4:.,.w ,. ' 15,'1i3.',52,,: fJH1.gf4.-' 1' , M V A QL , ' aw 1452-if-arf '2":':4.Sw . 4i4f4aJ4il,i-A W R Q , ,. ,,,, ,4,,. H--5 This year's Leaders' Club has 'approved a plan whereby each member is assigned to a grade, ins rusting soccer, bas- ketball, volleyball, or baseball.Leaders' Club officers are: President .............. Pauline Starowitz Secretary .......... .......... Joyce Hill Wednesdays, after school, several girls went bowling, under the management of R. Zambito, Miss Bailey, and Miss Shephard. On Tuesday afternoons a group of girls go swimming under the leadership of Miss Meyers.We, the girls in G. A.A. wish to thank Miss Bailey, Miss Jadick, Miss Meyers,and Miss Shephard for their help in a very successful year. ' s .5-'Ai-23 -. W 'z . ,. .-X, 1 0 49' hy" ,if x I 7 ,AQQQQAQXE-v"Z, f'S?"i:- 're f. - s - 1 , GBAQRKMMWQ mmmgmgymam I nl ll ' 4 .fspke Xu V. 1 ZL'wtw' I . CHEERLEADEPJ . We consider it only fitting and proper that we set aside a portion of our yearbook to honor the Cheerleaders of '45. Their co-operation, earnestf . . . 1 f ness, and sincerity of purpose will seldom be equalled 1D the annua s o E. C. S. They were without question fand this is not a prejudiced opinion, tops of any in the G-O League this past season and the best in the history of E. C. S. 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Imagine it a hot summer day in 1975. Rememi ber how, back in '46, the cars used to stream out of town to the muck every morning? Well, they still do. But take a look at today's modern mucker! Immaculate in white suit and tie, a panama hat on his head, he buzzes down the four-lane highway which runs directly through the town, in a sleek car of the latest design. fThe more adventurous fly jet propelled heli- copters and reconverted buzz bombs.l When he arrives at his destination he goes to his air-cooled, dust- free office and settles down to work. e spends the day cultivating. But does he get dirty? Certainly not. He sits in his comfortable chair manip- ulating a switch He is running the super-charged Bolens by remote control. When the day s work is done, he goes home fresh and full of pep, ready for a big night He and his wife are going to run out to Los Angeles in their atom ship this evening to celebrate her birthday. And then back to the same old grind tomorrow , well he s young, he can stand it. L Stewart Hare Class of '46 l U...... AUGUST 15, 1945 It was August 15 1945. Jimmie and his mother, Mar were waiting to cross the street when Mary noticed the newspaper head ines, HTHE WAR IS OVER ---- JAPAN HAS SURRENDEREDIIH Mary quickly bought a paper and she rushed across the street with Jimmie. Little did Jimmie know that his mother's eyes were filled with tears, tears of Happinessl Now big Dick and all the other G I s could come home, home from this terrible war. She rushed into Gimbel's and bought a new outfit for herself and then one for Jimmie. She would have to hurry if she was going to have all her groceries bought and shopping done before nightfall. And Jimmie was getting tired. They rushed and just made the five o clock bus home. Mary hummed a little tune as she unlocked the door of her white cotta e. How surprised Dick would be to see how much Jimmie had grown! Would immie remember his dad? Well, there was time enough to worry about that. They ate their supper, in- terrupted only by the doorbell. Immediately after supper a much quieter Mary placed Jimmie in bed. As she did so, she tearfully prayed to God that Jimmie would remember Dick, and that wherever Dick was, he would know they were thinking of him. ' As Mary was about to turn out the light, she desperately grabbed a crumpled telegram and again read the unbelievable message....'AuguSt 15, 1945, Mrs Mary Smith ... ' ' VA .-g.'H, K nWe regret to inform you of the death of your hHShQDdrf4 HVJYY 'K - A 44 A lf5Jl'Iiffffi1:gii1x .',' 5 4 v ,I --Y ,-lt .-7 . ,. ,. eg ' , , H E351 ' . Ch , ' ' . deem 5' ' V' U- M 1 L4 5, WNY '11, fliifi p f .:' fl pa? o 1. A gg if T l nn lfiff Utwt ' Eih E?f'. ' - -' I f A1 .-at M. I, ,yy J, gtg 5 .gaygi In -:ww fezf:sf-f1s:1fs":ssq-Ages? M-.SEL -tgssp,-1 , -lsaalwl-swim: ,. . , .. - 'lflf-f--.::s fig: :si . ,, .,.f .V '1y,.,,, -1-4, Y, T X 'fi Mx 1 M if . 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It was well-sheltered, in perfect position for fast shooting and I was still well hidden. Then the cold began to creep through my wool hunting clothes. It wasn't too bad at first, but then it seemed to me that old Jack Frost N himself was perched upon my shoulders. It was beginning to snow a little and I began to wonder why I had ever started out on this torturous hunt. Why didn't I choose to go with the drivers? At least I could talk to someone and move around a little. Sud- denly I heard a heavy crashing sound coming toward me along the top of the ravine. Was it a driver? It was time for them to be here. Or was it a deer? The crashing came louder now. It was a deer! At last I would have a chance to prove my worth. The cold was unnoticed now and a tremble took its place. I checked the gun that was lying across my lap. Jim had told me not to let the safe off until I was ready to shoot. It was still on but I made sure. Did I have shells in the gun? Yes, because I remembered slid- ing them into the magazine as we started out. I brushed a half melted flake of snow from the front sight and cleared the sighting track that serves the purpose of a rear sight on all shotguns. Suddenly I saw it, It was deer all right but did it have horns? I couldn't see any and Jim had told me to be sure of everything before I shot I strained my eyes but I still could not see those familiar twig-like objects between those lar e, mule-like ears. The deer had still not seen me, I was sure. Maybe, If I was quiet, the uOld Boyu himself would come. The old bucks have a strange habit of following because long ago the bucks protected the fleeing does from wolves by remaining behind. Suddenly I saw that there was another deer. And there was no mistakeg it was a buck. He certainly was a big one. This was the great moment of my life. I again glanced over the H16 pumpu in my hands. Then I slowly raised the HUD to my shoulder and aimed for his head. The big tail that serves the purpose of a deer's voice and facial expression was twitching nervously and I knew he suspected foul play. I let the safe off and held the sights on a point at the base of the head--a very vulnerable spot when hit, but a dif- ficult target. I squeezed the trigger and felt the recoil against my shoulder. The big flag dropped and any hunter knows that when that happens the deer has been hit. I ran over where I thought he should be, but I Saw OHIY H 402- .WhQte,was he? He should have been behind that small bush but he wasn t. My heart fell. A shot like that and I missedl What would the rest of the party say? 'Q f Jist the? dim came up excitedly. A 'fff??5ygbwhQtia!?hQj that wasln he exclaimed. .493g.Eii??5??!he?j53EhQiQiheiivas.? 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X Q ,fl ,.f 1QHlQ.a'f Q-Z I 1 ,iefgmy-'.,., X ' s 'EI 67 RECONVERSION Jerry sat quietly in the crowded cabin of the America-bound troop transport. Around him his four roommates were singing joyously and making plans for their return to civilian life. Jerry was also making plans. It was four years since he had left his job to enlist in the army. He was a reckless boy, two years out of high school then, and now he was a serious, sober-minded, young man of twenty- four. Through his mind, as he sat there, ran the memories of the horror and fear of his first invasion, the mud and misery of his second, and the dev- astation and death of both. But now he was on his way home to rest and forget--and be happy. Peggy was waiting, and they would be married as soon as Jerry became settled. Those four years had been long and hard ones,but they were over and nothing could stand in the way of Jerry's happiness now. The home coming was all that Jerry had dreamed it would be. He was met at the train by his mother and relatives. The first days home were spent in meeting friends and discussing the events of the past several years. After several weeks of idleness, Jerry began to become restless. One day he stopped at the automobile factory where he had worked before enter- ing the army and learned, that he could have his old job. The next day Jerry reported for work. At first he felt strange but soon he became acous- tomed to his old tasks. Now Jerry began making plans for his wedding. The first problem was to find a home. For weeks Jerry and Peggy searched the town for apartments, but none were to be had. As the wedding day approached, the housing situa- tion seemed to get worse. As a last resort, Jerry made arrangements to live temporarily with an old friend. His dream of a bungalow with Peggy was failing to materialize. Peggy and Jerry- were married, and were happy even without a home of their own. But one day Jerry came home from work very disturbed. The labor trouble which had been smoldering for a long time now was flaring up. A strike notice was given and the battle was on. The initial union demand and the initial company offer were far apart. As negotiations continued the difference grew smaller, but on the appointed strike day no agreement had been reached and the strike was on. Jerry was opposed to the strike. When he was overseas he had heard of strikes and had become angry with the strikers. Now he realized that he had been wron in blam' all of the strikers. Many of them must have opposed 2 ,1Hg, , strikes just as he now opposed this strike. Yet they had to participate. 46 . lTs.q' A y f' f w.,.T,I,..- ' -2 V, lf. x M T. .t ,- t. 1 .1.. Wl,Qm3gggH?' Y , 4 "X 1 I 1 'J but N .,, m-.-w-v--- The differences separating the union and the company were small, yet they had not accepted the company's offer. After all, wasn't he earning more money than his high school coach who had spent four years in college? And the bank teller, after working twenty years in the bank, was still earning only about two thirds as much as Jerry. The union's argument that the com- pany could afford to pay higher wages did not satisfy Jerry. He believed that unions were threatening the American system of free enterprise and therefore opposed the strike. Soon the strike spread to other industries. The shortages of meat, fuel and other goods because of strikes made Jerry angry. He had accepted the shortages and discomforts necessitated by the war ungrudgingly, but now he could see no need for the continuance of wartime hardships. As the strike continued, Jerry's cashing in his war bonds. The bonds furniture and a new car were now being The government had made provisions for benefits to unemployed in those benefits. As the weeks WOFG about the hardships of home and be treated as be able to work and be savings dwindled and he soon began he had planned to use for buying his used to buy the necessities of life. unemployment insurance with special veterans,but Jerry was on strike and could not share on, Jerry became cynical. He had not complained his four years in service. He did not expect to come a hero and lead an easy life. But he had expected to happy.At times Jerry's mind was filled with thoughts 1 1 which he was later ashamed. Perhaps Hitler and his Nazi followers had been right when they said America was a soft and inefficient nation. Perhaps dictatorship was after all the better type of government. Finally the big steel strike was settled. Settlements in other indus- tries followed rapidly, and soon Jerry went back to work. The government took action to relieve the housing situationl New products began appearing on the market. Most of Jerry's savings were gone, but the future looked bright. Jerry realized that the nation had just successfully passed through a most difficult period-RECONVERSION. He was proud now that the problems had been solved with government suggestions, not government force. He was sure now that ours was the best way of life. Jerry did not have a bungalow He did not have his new car,but he had a chance to work and make good. And Jerry was happy. Rose Zambito Class of '46 it QU5 H .ia ' x 3 1 gms 3 " Z- 9 .4 Y., ,I ' , ' 1 I '33 - T 10091 ii. - . ' ' OUR POSTWAR WORLD - f Now that the war is over Z. KW And our boys have come back Q We must make a good world pfkaf - For every Bill and Joe and Jack. " ,ref rx..,7 D U E - We must w1pe out hatred - 'fe-5 gud build on justice and truth ' 'zgw or these are the only foundations " 4'Q2Ei " That will be any use. ' e,f . If we all work together 1 .5 N l And ask help from above H f We'll have a world of friendship 1 ,Built on goodness, kindness and love. , J'5" ' ' Qt , xL.:.a,,5'rEl.N.g1 ll K . 2 1 Q . Dorothy George 4 Class of '47 . Q' ii?-ffl 1. lf: W M -'Av- ras 4' 547' ' V fi. I V- . 1 F gif?-3--if-pie-as -' 7 1 l . . N Y ff - - A t Af NEWHOPE H , get th UaZ" 'A . J H- V 5225? As Johnny cried,nEXTRA, EXTRA, READ ALL ABOUT ITIW ff-,,,,,'J5? in the streets,he thought of his brother,Jimmy,who came ?iiiV"ffL.. home that night. For two years now, Johnny had walk- Qijygf'-f? ed, played, and thought alone. Before that time the :gQ,f'4g?jL twins had always been together, for eight years, Jimmy f,. ,Zim and Johnny. ,, -Johnny thought of the fun they had had, and the I T f --A plans they had made. Jimmy and Johnny were going to be 'J 4U .M the best baseball players in East High.After they gradu- M A X f Mx. . 5 f E! 4 ' ctr fy M' ig 1 -zz: Q .' Y - 'f X v,- , f is '-,..--E-.." , ,.- . - . ,Jr . 1 'Z ' Q-1-QF Nl ...!g? If P ated, they might go to college. Then they would bensetu for professional baseball. Johnny would be pitcher and Jimmy catcher. If they decided against professional baseball, they might train to be gym in- structors. None of the other boys knew what they wanted to do.They thought the twins were rather nqueeruto make up their minds so soon and not change them.For as long as Johnny could remember,they had plannedto work together in athletics. All the fellows told them they wouldn't want to do that work when they got older.Jim and John agreed that they might change their minds. There were many other things to do. They might be sports announcers re- porters, photographers, radio men, they had a large choice. Johnny wondered what Jimmy would be like now.He hadn't seen him since he went to the hospital. He tried to picture Jimmy thinner, rather pale, but he couldn't. All he could see was his healthy, full-of-fun palq He thought Jimmy would like to be a sports writer.It was fun watching the plays and reproducing them on paper even if you couldn't take part your- self. And it would be easier to write than to play for a fellow with a paralyzed leg. Shirley Gubb ' fEfF. 'V I Class of '48 J . fhmw ,ij 'F , ,univa- , H ,M H " J M5 -'Jr' wp.: 1 tm IIFSQ -Q Irff, :Je-We fy ,GRC 1.'.fsE2 .W 1 , -.ll M A vr.- wr.: ni' "fi" , .',gQ1.1, -:pg wr., .,i:g,,: 1. 41,551 - 1 ug.. Hu.,-.' . ,H A 4,5 '41',l' , ,:, fb? hz MTV K, 35 ct 'ijgyy , fnii rw f fag WpW VL y fy 1 L1 ' .7 ,u.,v, 'N F fu , .fat .VE , ' .L . gh E: - t 1 At Mrs. England: HMy good man, are you looking for . ',' 1 Mrs. Howitt: Q ,QS ,vfww - ,work?n - '- nf Hare: HI hope, madame, you will not press that quest1ong.what I am looking for is a job.u t Josh' HWould you marry a man for his money?n Q 2 ju hrmai nTell me , big boy, is this a Gallup X' F H I' Z Q, K XXX poll or a proposal?u S N lh 2 . ,x 1 Jl H . Joni.: . 'o'- t - We ll believe the air age has arrived when we see ' 2 a two-passenger plane go by with seven or eight ' ' high school kids in it. nln 1914 a man was shot in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. This started World War I. ls this statement true A or false? Dick Test: nFalse. He was shot between the eyes.u Pauline: HWhat are those men doing up those telephone polesi' V' Henrietta: N Pauline: -Aft Gubb: lBob Bower: Mrs. Swartz Davidt Mrs. Swartz David: fT..Gi11ard: Stewie: .T..Gi11ardg HI think they're telephone linemen.u Oh, all right.' I thought maybe they knew I never drove car before.u nYou know, Bob, love makes the world go around.9 nYeah, but so does a good swallow of tobacco j . II ll o ever taught you that dreadful word?F Vi 7 g nSanta Claus, Mom.u Santa Claus?n ,, Yes, Mom, when he fell over the chair in Christmas Eve.H V HI have a method for improving uYeah? Howln ' HYou sprinkle it I A-K K rx , ' nu w 1 1 l ', 1 , I, V , 1' . .U ,,:f.,i'.4'i M1T.,y"1!,V, 2 . T' , For DELI CICDUS MEA! S I I UMW 3 RE S 'mu QA N T 'M m Q Q Q . f4 .4 gf X M ! ff PHONEl232 X X 34 MAIN ST f BATAVA . '- -I 'f xfxig, ' H ' was 'V "iQ'f'-' - Q I s i lk' ' ' 7' ,4 - ' X li . 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ELBA,N.Y my 5000.2 OUR PRODUCTS Guernsey Milk ' Chocolate Milk A Pasteurized Milk Chocolate Drink Fat Free Cream Light Cream Butter Milk Sour Cream Orange Drink Creamed Cottage Cheese Oakfield Phone 6881 New York GAKFIELD 1 T4 I I A , Compliments of ENESEE - CDRLEANS VEGETABLE GRGWERS CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC. HENRY COUGHLIN PRESIDENT Elba New York Phone 4501 OEOQOE COUGHL IMT .new were frm-row TEXACO GAS OILS 'MARFAX LUBRICATION WASHING -- WAXING FIRESTONE TIRES -- ACCESSORIES PHONE 4426 ELBA -- N.Y. GEORGE CONGHLIN, PROP. ff" t-i' +---, , if! W 1 I-1 I 1 We QW 195' ' ' A -,- S ,1"'rfNl"x "vZLh1u, ' Y AP f LC I1 It I 11 M ! . 4 .wubx L IM, 15, X IV A v-I N xv 'I LJ ,mf-Q.--v-wha. ,M 4... J COMPLIMENTS OF A. A. GDINNELL e co., mc. COAL LUMBER PRODU-CE ELBA NEW YORK PHONE 4481 LEE QANN ISTED STREET PHONE'2076 'A'I'AVIA, NEW Yonx 'lla CMMQLES ZAMEMTO ANTHONY GArQNuSn4 IQOY Cnowcurrz LESTED GILLADD wAl.T5D. EDNST XM!-XRD HONVLI-NND ARNOLD NET!-I BILL STUART ITD!-IN SNV!-XRTZ ,,. . , - x 7,31 ' f"' ' ELB ANTH-IONY FPALEIQIVIO GEORGE I-I. COUQHLIN C. JZVANDEQDOEST FRANK H!-XDTLEY CHARLES ALLEN RULON MAQTYN RALPH DETTIT Al-TON S. MADE FFIANK QAVEL JOHN QQOVES I ELD RED D!-XDK E-D BALDXMIN ' LED. EQVHL-LE-IQ .- A l 1 'VIISIQC PAIQIT A , JUSTQN QDAQK ' ' HENRY BENTHIN. LES. BENTON- . ' -. ' ,: V' ' - ' "' ' -- '- " f'71f-- Q 1- 'lvl-' -' -' iff --"1 .5 'L f'..ff'7" -NH' 4 . I in 1 S. 5 , 'i in I-he 'MII . f V: , . 'Z I Ll V- ,'4w1v,,W:5 . V! V .- , I riplny -ZIV' fy, I.-1-Ap yi- J .I di, .l:,y-ill Hp' E531 f ,ff f f ff? , W W ff Mfffi - Y W7 ' u'l5i7"'WWi! ffgflmlh 1" J l' U' 7 MQ f if 'fi " il l,' A T' Lg- Q L' 'f ' 5 -A .- f JMQfmqLWl1f,f,,1,A!lg4 I M X ., . . . , W -, ls, ,, ,, I , .I 1 I ,. M, , ,:,-51,3 --A . 'j",,-",- 2 ,.g I A V 33. . l.I: ,i,a....,- V, H.. -, .I V w ng, , A. 4. .- . ' ""h f .- ' 614577 ,-ff?" " .,,, - ,. 2.5 -'-4 . . ' ' . 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"A if" f -'-Eff ' 1 'TQ9ZT'57'f- Zz- 'qfifiz 42!e'!447i9" P - " w if ' 1 Hfgclj 'iycj "5 1' -'lyvif i f - - ? 1 : F .Q f 2 ' A ,APA 1 ' 0 A 1 'A A Q 1 ,, . . f- A, . , ,1.,g- ,1ff4.1.::: . , -, 11214,-A..s-'H .,,.,, - . . -g.5,:.mg:.,44,,1: f . ,-.3-AM. gh, --Q:-:1'fs'u:'ue':f ' ' 'E -uw, 1,-f 4 KER S!-IETQIVIAN HOYQTON DONALD BKLELOW CLIFFORD TQICI4 ASHEIQ BODTON 1-IADDLD TEST ED ROSS VQ iq Sq 5igMi'QM:n5QJgL ,I 1 ,. J MMM 'HE V' , 'vhm,f.4,,x,,y-gr W if -1 f' ,PwWM,'Fg'w, Q I 1: I K i 1, WW ,Kp-1. 1 ' 4 1 N of qQb"?w x H n'V H W j. 1 N r ', iii: - .r r' A A ...H Ai 'X K .L F9 ? W SEASONABLE FLOWERS AT REASONABLE PRICES W Phone 1676 Florists Telegraph Service 1 owen Q 1-uxnnlsou 4 Bank Street Batavia 1 lvl UT UAL CLOTI-IINC Cog L. R. Browne, Prop. Clothes for Hen and Women Locally owned and operated Jenelry on Easy Terms The Store that confidence built ' b BREfv1v:Az?' 114 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. 124 Main St., Batavia, N.Y JADEC717 . FEDTILIZED ARNOUD 05115270 me ,vzmvr rooo Tl-IA T myf- PHONE 4751 4? A A, 1 fan' is sais .X .11 PI' 1 H. 4 1 V ,, 1- KX. ant.. ff - kkxskx.-1 , Z - L. H. BENTON ELBA, N. Y. Spring z Spring IN THE AIR IN YOUR STEP 1. mvcl-ILINII' nfl-:QE JTORE , TREADEASY SHOES I-lax oh Annin Oakfield, New York I 1 czwgi V.. f . .. ---as V- .A y 58 4 f X .V ,..,..............-...S IllIIIllulllullllulllulluiihm V7 ' "Q ' ' .5 .3 me '-2f'Hff',.L. 'Y ., . V .hxykggk gmr"-4 ' A 3,4 'mw,p,f- Yfw 'ga5Y:.i- fm. H .,J"f' t,ff'nf" 1 ' ,. I - -...U-v-f-E1 --...-,-we-:A f- .- IFRANCIIMJ MEAD u ELM LRBADELMAN ALEXAN DE125 JHODDE q WATCHES, DIAMONDS INFANTS, CHILDRENS, MISSES RADIO, WASHER, REFRIGERATOR and JEWELRY READY TO WEAR REPAIRS 96 Main St. Batavia, N.Y. 66 Main St. Batavia, N. Y. 208 E, Main St, Batavia, N.Y. P 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, the prices are reasonable and they can buy on terms that suit their convenience. . Ax1D11,35. NWHERE EVERYONE SHOPS FIRSTH PORTER and BONNEY JUNJWINL I L nie J ' CLEANERS' and ZAUNDRY AlJ'ON 5 wing 4' ' wwe William EI Preston, Inc. T" , ?QfPa?k:,Pl.3sQe,i QYOL E I Y' 1 New Y""' Em Ne' York A EAEA A O' t e sccr' Av' 'r.A c N .W E I V I 43 I uf 5 E l 51 lil 6 6 H A 'L Q if v l f E3 Y L 'i 'Su I T . P 'Nz H 'Z A sri'-xr ' . I H f f K 4' E31 I LH, , Flu- HTR , 5341 Elisinxl A A ,,1Ql?,N ' Y Vfgfl 1 S- ' K I f- , If , tnoott in " f '3WUHmr35gim'4WEigfiTWft V g I1 sl 1 uv H W 'wMHWHQMW5 Mwwg, f.I , 1 I w -v- .- III.,-tv Nz --qw -VM.-T", , 1.13.31 r gf :MJ-K-:,54I.1Q:555531I!j g,n.:1of1'25I1'1E:A5. 4m,:14l551iu11pg'g.vn'F Mwwwmwwwwmwwwwhphmwmw M II 'rdf 1 'M Awww va' 1 fffsu W ,, 'rfxw N W, W asm: ,Q W-N gy' T as Iijig' fffijggiglf 2,2 Q? mm. SUCCESS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS ,mw3,. mqwqgat 4CC C 'C S S TOYS--JUVENILE FURNITURE and h SHOWER GIFTS Phone 2721 scoff Oakfield, New York """Q'A1'j,'f,'jRS QUDQLJM 'Atlas Tires Accessories Gasoline R Oils Phone 4281 Elba, New York Batavia , New York gJACK FILHINI. Good Meals and Good Rooms Reasonable Rates ELBA HOTEL VIUODE APPLIANCES REG. WASHERS, RANGES, RADIOS SALES AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 35-37 JACKSON PHONE 2290 ,,. . ' BEANS QUALITY DRUGS AT CUT PRICES For your extra protection our prescriptions are compounded under germ-killing STERI LAMPS and bottled in special Brockway Sani-Glass bottles REGISTERED PHARMACIST ALWAYS ON DUTY Prescription Experts 4 84 Main St. 1 V Batavia so so ' - f .ff ,"' ' ' ' ' . A jf"ff-LLJ ' ' 1 - ' " r 1 mm I lxfuvly hQl4EwvwwttQ.fv jmwwwmwwf awww n,vwN+ .xivgim ,,M,5.-.. vw., MUN f lu' Ng, - .Q My H rl X ,.4,....n----u -A- tEi2!iF5iaEZ?QQn7axmwmuvlgllg Buy nationally known mer- chandise for your own pro- QJ. CU. tection. We feature the following nationally ad - ' vertised products: Bulova, CLOTHING FURNISHINGS Gruen, Longines, Hamilton, AND SHOES and Elgin Watches. FOR MEN AND BOYS Appliances ' Radios 65 Main Street Batavia, New York Cambridge Glassware Parker Pens Tru-Art Diamonds vu TIIC' , Buy good hardware at THOMAS 1 UWYEB .TUCAI-7 00M I BROWN B I L T SHOES 'Candy Ice Cream X-Ray Fitters f k Soft Drlu S The big store on a little street 14 Jackson St. Batavia, N.YJ 73 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. Batavia New York V , Seal-lest ce ,em he c.1L.ccw co. e A complete Department Store L ' -4 ' where you always AmeFi0B'S'F1HeSf Dalry Food. receive kindly-helpful- ' courteous service General Ice Cream Corp. V' H ' k r Our New Gift Section ' A ' on the Main Floor is ,Q-B5taViaf,NeN York 1 ' 'a marvelous place-- f ip, AV A" to select gifts for Q J f f',' 'fth' 1 ',f' 3 any occasion ',1en1i1WeTi,rt,nw , rwlflgmqlggiyyig W S . in me-.15 f::gz:,,1Z',-ge: -' -g-g- Fig'-'. .,,-. L, 3- , 1 . ,L+ sez- '5,f-3-as-:QL Lfiqlfglgn ggi '. , ' '1 J la 52253252if-4115?-fries ifil -2 -:Wg . 11, .1 3-': 4,4-4-A-4y1,..:5.g:.. ee M46 V 1 - , -.f L11 sf- Jifer gr. 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Phone 414 52 Main Street CITARLEI E MILLER Batavia., New York PRINTING CO. M Ma ANCUSO CDILI.. 5 TAD DOOM and 24 OF WESTERN NEW YORK'S FINEST BOWLING ALLEYS Better means at Lower Prices in Street ' Batavia, N.Y EVELYN SCIIULER BEAUTY SHOPPE Permanent Waving Frederic Method Also Machineless 54.00 up All other work done byby appointment. Tel. 5271 Elba, N.Y., GEO. XM I-IAXTON AN' Fresh fruits and vegetables SON INC. Frozen Fruits, Dried Beans, and Grain Phone 3121 I Oakfield, New York ' 62 LHKEFQQHTQQQE pix., X ' r 'Q Qpfboimowv-f, 1 w'3imfAWnf'Uf'i' it the Childrenfr and miffef DACWOOD ,Specialty Shop. .. 116 Main St. Phone 47 118 Main St The Best in Ladies' S Children'slRendy-To Wear Batavla N Y 1917 1946 Flowers of Distinction FRANK A-5454 L.C.J'7'.0OH mf .SONS General Store Grange Bldg. 104 Main St. phone 900 Elba NSW York Batavia, New York FOR FARM AND TOWN . .!70lAfG'ERf. C0-OD D C MARKE I' Q . , 011, Gas and Electrical Appliances 67 Main St. Batavia, New York Oakfield New York WATCHES DIAMONDS H- N- 'NHRA'-'AN DUPONT DRY CLEANERS BATAVIA'S UPSTAIRS JEWELER 2 Main Street Batavia 1, 3, 5: Center St- Batavia Opposite Post Office LEROY ATTICA OAKFIELD WARSAW V 1 AJD SUPER MARKET I-lAX'I':QN ' - BURR ' I K Insurance , pep,p,f?iaYia4, O W 1 , New York Phone 2851 Oakfield, N.Y pl .. Ph0I1e 1594 l 108 Main St. Batavia Keepsake Diamonds Nationally Advertised Watches Fine Gift Items +1 ' T 5- 1E?t2Z3f5' 1221197163127 General Repairing Mobil Tires - Batteries Lubrication Robert W. Kirsch, Prop. Phone 4001 Elba, N. Y. pOZ!VJ'7Z2lD Dealer in General Hardware Stoves, Paints, Oils, Etc. Phone 226 Oakfield, N.Y. 562 KRAFT System Tire Capping and Renewing GENERAL Tires - A11 sizes and Grades Distributors Of GENERAI Tires and Batteries E. Main St. Batavia, N. Y. HARRY E. JQLOCUF1 1. Today's students--tomorrow' designers - 2. Muscle Bound 3. And what's your problem - son?9 ' ,4. Preparing for home life 5. Chow Hounds 6. Look who's holding the bag 7. uWhat's this? Children studying?H' 8. nAiu't Love Grand?n 19. nMove over, or you'll get drilledln S 12. They don't know what it's al 13. "w222iffi'e.l2i1iF', Be+,+.y?" 14. Prof's little helper 15. So What? 16. uBubblesn 17. "And Sudden Death!" 18. nDream Boyn A 19. Two of our popular seniorspn 20. Those comic books 8F8f1'E T 10. 11. Hm-m-m, must be nylons. nMiss '88 Keys'n 1 interestinp. , . 1.7 21. Hon, Brother H 'f ' ,ppp 22. Phubba, wmv L, 5-'w' 4 W.: c E55 .mgf 1 I 5f? 'Q3if -' Lb., fe' A We 1 el ' 1 - L-.J ,f':: f ' .1-V. ,f H W , ,,.- ! .M Q . W 1. F393 : 'Q ,- ' ff .. ,. , . 'ff-frsw . Q '1'f""'Y", N111 '-"-r:32if','5"2,- 'Q' .5234 fl ,fi 'I 7 1 " .-" 'fl J , N ,bxx-" lj Q: I 0 xg '21 ' '+A ' H11 Q" Xxx 'WNV' 'Qi ,Z R '- , W' mf SLECI-ITS B OOK STORE Y BOOK STORE GIFTS are sure to please Graduates. s.,+am orace S may Everything for the Office Phone 2255 J 36 Main St. Batavia 67 Main St. Batavia, N.Y+ 1 , We have some pretty smart HQUIZ KIDSH right here at home. . nWhere does the dollar always buy the same amount in service?H asked, the teacher referring of course to the post office. HWhy, my Dad says that Mc ALPINE, BRUMSTED AND COMPANY is the spotn, spoke up one bright Genesee County young man ........ and of course we're not going argue about it. to YIGALPINE enum srcn ...J conmnf THE CLOTHIERS Sanitone Cleaning Service- Complete Fur Service ..D2"w' Phone 1531 12 Center St. Batavia IL rl , Al-l.l'1ARSI-IALLY Newspapers and Magazines 11 Jackson St. Batavia, N.Y. ,V '.l--rin Cl-lARLEY'S Q BARBER SI-IOP U Batavia New York Batavia New York I to J - W ' f Elbg, New York I W I - MES-T?1e'u'1'6'r4u:'orV1L'.. +HaNegs"'.ef.,a.e,t.f 72 Main st. I Batavia li Child Portraits and 10 Jackson St. Batavia, N. Y. Commercial Photographs ' Phone 1427 W RES.'1558-Ja V66 Y V , - . l"7"a"?"ifwf'!L+f R A A ,u,,,. - IH., 5 ' ', wIQUEM,54.,,l 31 1 , YQwVf5fuAVHf'f-v'i" .:.af.1,',i f, X, V ..., ,.............. -- V' DAN awk: .IKIPM GERQY . 5 UDIO Groceries Phone 143 Batavia, Soda Bar and Luncheonette Oakfield, New York 26 Main St. New York ELLIS J. BUIQDETT... 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