Elba Central School - Revue Yearbook (Elba, NY)

 - Class of 1947

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Through her untiring efforts and efficiency she has built up the fine li- brary we have today. Mrs. Kirsch has organized the Library Club which consists of girls from the seventh and eighth grades, who learn some of the fundamentals of li- brary work and are able to assist her in many ways. Behind her quiet and reserved manner, there is to be found a sympathy and a willingness to help any student needing assistance whether it be the selec- tion of a proper book or the location of certain ref- erence material. 2 MRS. HELEN KIRSCH 3 l E I N M QRIAM 'x 7 'We, the student body of Elba Central School, wish to express our sorrow over the sudden death of Mr. Axel B. Berglin, member of our Board of Education. Mr. Berglin had served on this board from the time the school was first centralized. His interest in thelpwelfare of young people and his active participation in the 4-H Club, gained for him a wide circle of friends who mourn his untimely passing. 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President SENIORS - - A Y -??fQLL'.fg-'li2..a -if ggi ff IEANNETTE PRIDMORE Class V. President 4 Revue Staff 4 French Club 3,4 Play Com. 3,4 G. A. A. 1,2 DOROTHY GEORGE PAUL RANDALL Student Council President Revue Staff Dramatics F. F. A. Secretary V. President Football Basketball 4 4 3,4 1,2 3 4 4 Class Secretary Revue Staff Class Treasurer Home Ec. Club Play Com. Leaders' Club Speak. Contest G. A. A. Art Club Glee Club 4 4 2 4 4 4 3,4 3,4 3,4 1,2,3,4 8 NANCY CHAMBERLAIN Class Treasurer 4 Play Com. 3,4 French Club 3,4 l . A 1 ' -3s.1E"aW, T ".A.,r.g!!f,i2,:l .1 l Al -1- ' Z"f' LAURA JEAN EGGERS Class Secretary 1 Class President 2 Operetta 3 Leaders' Club 4 Magazine Drive 4 Play Com. 3,4 Revue Staff 2,3,4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 AUDREY SAILE G. A. A. 3,4 Leaders' Club 4 Art Club 1,2,3 Play Com. 3,4 Speak. Contest 3 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Band 3,4 Dance Com. 3,4 Operetta 3 MARGARET WOOF Class Treasurer G. A. A. Treasurer Glee Club Art Club Home Ec. Club Leaders' Club Play Com. 3 3 4 2 3 4 4 3,4 PHILIPPA MONAC HINO Speak. Contest Home Ec. Club Leaders' Club G. A. A. Dramatics Dance Com. Glee Club w 9 4 4 4 3,4 3,4 3,4 1,3,4 ANITA HORZEMPA Twirling 2 Speak. Contest 3 Leaders' Club 4 Home Ec. Club 4 Play Com. 4 Girl Scouts 1,2 Basketball 3,4 Revue Staff 2,3,4 G. A. A. 2,3,4 Art Club 1,2,3,4 S -fa, .M , Q - x 39 ' ,, ' 2, A 452,13 A ' " - Q gr! - 9535" 0 sp. ' + E Qjg 'ff:"Y'f ' I A-K.. 4' Ar- ,.'ti"Le:4 f ,,,. 44, I ,',, -gggiaw a if x 'JL W af' -. ' LORNE HORTON Student Council 4 Revue Staff 4 Bowling 4 Track 3 Dramatics 3,4 Dance Com. 3,4 Air Scouts 3,4 Speak. Contest 3,4 Basketball 1,2,3 F. F. A. 1,2,3 Baseball 1,2,4 Football 2,3,4 we Qgfri 'tx J f'j ,Q , ,,,,w fzz3fr ' A, ,":,f.' 'iz V i ,113 ---.4-2, " ., .-,L ,,. I 4" .,. ,y , ,Z-,.-nh.. -f,. 1' ,:ff:l-J- ,L. 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Club Dramatics Cheerleader Speak. Contest French Club Art Club G. A. A. Glee Club Band i 4 4 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 1,2,3 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 ...,.,,. . , , fn.,-l,1f., ,-nm.-Q X Nl! ln! HA DE LORES MILLER Home Ec. Club Bowling Dance Corn. Play Com. 4 3 3,4 3,4 'P S, V . 9 W :"r JOAN DAVIS Student Council - 4 French Club 3 Speak. Contest 4 Operetta 3 Band 3,4 Leaders' Club 1,2 V. President 4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 10 IOSEPH CRANE Boy Scouts Speak. Contest Dramatics Track Football Basketball F. F. A. . Secretary 1,2 3,4 3,4 3 3,4 1,2,3 1,2,3 4 'W' .- e.,.. .,, LOREN LANEY Speak. Contest 3 Dramatics 3,4 F. F. A. 1,4 Treasurer 3 Reporter 2 Boy Scouts 1,2 l RUTH DUTTON Dance Com. 3 Leaders' Club 4 Home Ec. Club 4 Glee Club 2,3 Art Club 3,4 Dramatics 3,4 Revue Staif 3,4 G. A. A. 2,3,4 KUK DORIS ARNOLD LEANNA GATESON Home Ec. Club 4 G. A. A. 3,4 Play Com. 4 Leaders' Club 4 Revue Staff 3,4 Revue Staff 3 Glee Club l,2,3,4 Art Editor 4 Dramatics 3,4 Art Club 2,3,4 Glee Club 1,3,4 Home Ec. Club 4 s . 'L SUSAN PANEK Revue Staff Home Ec. Club Student Council Leaders' Club French Club Dramatics Speak. Contest Art Club Glee Club - G. A. A. 11 3 4 1,2 1,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 1,2,3 2,3,4 1,2,3,4 Dance Com. 3 55317 T . - iff? P: -' L 'f"' A A " tk - ' A -Q A ' .. ,xg ' ,-ma. - - - l2?ff+g.fj,1'.f,j ' - ' ' p ' it ' is . ' 1. . "' 7, hu.-1-,e ,z N . t".-3141554 A " :nfl 5514352525-"?.'f9:4f , 5. I GUY SMITH Class President 3 Basketball Mgr. 4 Dramatics 3,4 Speak. Contest 3,4 F. F. A. 1,2,3 ff-gm Mr' ' V.-"1a'3'ff:-lf! - fi:-.-M3 J.. 1 ,Q A UZ.. 12.213 Qi' :IQZHI ' 3-4" f"2"a"'-'Wf,gfKL1Lifi51:f'q:,f lf 25" ' ' Q, . I . ,-52,49 Ages: Z gp,-.,gf , -'1,.,,-2: la g.: A., Ig. 'rm VZ 2 f-f.:z'3r- 1"--' f . i. ,A A 45.15 ,f F '- ,gl A, .W -f:Qf"E'U'1l"! mg? " sg, fi"'1Qgf QMQF5 ' 4 ggging T'..:'fifL1if f ' 1 1-Jr" f 1 AW' ff' 14:5 ggg1y:,:.1c5:5:2'v Q 7,3 1. '2 ' Aijiizffffa-55? Q GJ ,.,'1.'f?l fi.'?ii":'::.5-1Ef':3'-V Q:, ,. ':'nlfJ'v '-:.1'.g:'-EW" ll-,-f,pl'f.a 'v ,, ., ' ...mgf '- ' ' ZW . 1?Ff4'51j7, 'rtlgj'-A. .sf - . '. if . . " . ' 95 55 FLORENCE BLOOD Home Ec. Club 4 Dance Com. 3 Glee Club 1,2 Play Com. 3,4 JEAN GILLARD Class President Student Council Treasurer Revue Staff Editor Leaders' Club Speak. Contest Dramatics French Club Cheerleader Art Club Glee Club Band 1 1 3 4 4 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 2,3 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 1, r ,,-xl., Q.. H 9- ' ' inc: U MARY STECKLEY G. A. A. Art Club Leaders' Club Home Ec. Club Secretary Dramatics Speak. Contest FLORENCE SULIMOWICZ G. A. A. 2,3,4 Leaders' Club 4 Revue Staff 2,3,4 Dramatics 3,4 Art Club 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 4 Home Ec. Club 4 Speak. Contest 3 w. .-L, . . 4 DOROTHY ERHARDT GEORGE DRIGGS Class Secretary 3 Class V. President Art Club 3 F. F. A. 1,2,4 Operetta 3 Reporter Leaders' Club 4 Speak. Contest Dramatics 3,4 Drainatics Revue Staff 2,3,4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2,3,4 Football Mgr. G. A. A. 12 1,2,3,4 . .I-fv' fm-1,,'vijg,'e' my X .V .-.,-.,., .:fflEEw,5,,,,y. '. w-:AM ' cs 'D MARGARET IACHIMOWICZ THEODORE SAY IENNTE ZELINSKI Revue Staff 3 Student Council 2 Dramatics Student Council 3 Class V. President 2 Revue Staff Leaders' Club Revue Staff 4 G. A. A. President 4 Speak. Contest 3 Leaders' Club Glee Club 1,2,3 Operetta 3 Home Ec. Club G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 Dramatics 4 Glee Club Play Com. 3,4 Glee Club l,2,3 Art Club Basketball 1,2,3,4 Operetta Twirling Girl Scout 1oYcE AMES Class Secretary Cheerleader Revue Staff Dramatics . Art Club Glee Club Magazine Drive Manager Assembly Com. G. A. A. Leaders' Club 2 3,4 2,3,4 3 1,2,a 1,2,3 4 2 1,2,3,4 4 GERTRUDE CRANE Operetta Leaders' Club Speak. Contest Bowling Basketball Home Ee. Club Play Com. G. A. A. Glee Club 13 39.59 99? .s:a:.mn.mr-.r-.saw 3,4 4 2,3,4 4 4 2,3,4 3,4 3 2 1,2 CHARLES MANHARDT Speak. Contest Basketball Volleyball Dramatics F. F. A. Reporter 3 4 4 3,4 1,2,4 3 i 1 i I 1 I 1 1 I Y V X il. 5: 5, QWA . . rm-- ,,.,.,.. H',. A ., 4' w X. ' -.. l llfif!flQQ e e a First Row: O. Boyce, C. Talbot, S. Gubb Second Row: B. Monachino, B. Pahuta, V. Hicks, M. Horton, E. Hare, D. Wilford, E. Beach, S. johns Third Row: E. Watson, R. Knight, R. Vigneri, Mr. Schogoleff, B. Crabb W. Armiso 9 nl F. Smitzney Fourth Row: R. Martyn, F. Schultz, G. Allen, R. Dilcher, T. Bridges, T. Gillard, L. Martyn J UNIORS N The Junior Class has prospered greatly under the able leadership of the following class officers elected in September: President ................. George Allen Vice-President .......... Florence Smitzney Secretary ................ Virginia Hicks Treasurer ................. Betty Pahuta Student Council Members ..... . Beverly Crabb Fred Schultz Danny Martino's orchestra furnished the music at our Junior Prom on November 22. The m ' ' gy naslum was decorated in a Chinese setting, - complete with lanterns and kites. Dorothy Wilford presided as queen. Pictures taken that night are now recorded in the secretary's book. The Harvest Supper held on election night, the serving of refresh- ments at all the Firemen's Dances, and the taking of pictures, added a very substantial sum to our class treasury. Our class rings arrived in February, to the great joy of everyone. Our girls' class basketball team holds the championship for all in- tramural games played inschool hours. In the league games, we came out even by losing two and winning two games. 14 X ',-. " Ria' . 1 , .' ..'f-- F. fr 111: E . Y . , , V, ,,t,..w.',,',7'-".-L- w iff P : X . , X X H X X x x Q 51 Q , X y XR x N ' "W W" T' 7 I 4 I Y i t I5 t First Row: N. Geissler B. Waldron I. Saile M. H kn "1 , , , ar ess, Miss Baier, G. Marshall, K f B. Benson P Vigneri Second Row: B. Burns, Sharp, S. Zambito, F. Panek, P. Palermo ' Th1rd Row: H. Heidenreich, E. Boldt, I. Swartz, E. Park, I. Matla, R. Test, D. Row- cliffe SOPHOMORES "4'B i The class officers are as follows: 'V President ........... .... I ohn Swartz vice-President. . . . . .Edward Polasky f Secretary ............ . . .Mary Zelinski Student Council Members. . . . . . Richard Test ' Betty Waldron f Ginger Swartz, Pat Palermo and Edward Polasky are on the Varsity Z and Norman Geissler is on the Junior Varsity. Geraldine Marshall and Sue Bonney are members of the cheerleadin In e squad. QQ Students from our class are in Glee Club, Band, Art Club, French Club, G. A. A., Home Ec. Club, F. F. A., and Boy Scouts. ' ' One new student, Harold Hiendrick from Oakfield, joined our class T", '31 this year. During the school year we have had a Christmas party and sponsored a movie "The Count of Monte Cristo." We also sold refreshments at A basketball games which added quite a sum to our treasury. . . 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' - - 'N -'Inf'-1 ::g'g5-If "r"-fgzziyff EV- ' 'E?'-'-'Haw ' 'TZ ' A -:-:Q --- 21:1Ijf-fri.'wmpizzzz'-:L--,. 3122,-fe.. ti..' - Jfeiii .. fam.: fp K :a:in.7.'.:11L1iFf,- 15: .:Z1: ' X 5551 ,.1,.:A- ....,:,-:-,JM ...,-.---------'--g- ",.:- ..:-...Q - - N A "Q'l:., . .-.l' "ii-uf E2 3 : ' ,gf-:Qz't:gM.,4 fm, -. ,f If --.,,,,. ., ,F , .:.,:.:T.Ml 7:-.L . -v- ---- Q 4 I A First Row: D. Boyce, D. Bower, P. Gavel, I. Ward, R. Knight, H. Churchill, A Rath bun Second Row: B. Dutton, C..Tretter, E. Benson, B. Iakaub, T. Wood, I. Ford F. M , ason, K. Hall, P. Rich Third Row: Mr. Benton, A. Gillette, H. Baube, V. Speed, C. Blood, M. Kilby, D Shultz, I. Darch, V. Erhardt, S. Steckley, Miss Donava.n Fourth Row: D. Ga d H. M ' ' ven a, askell, W. Hicks, G. Rowcliffe, H. Rowcliffe, D. Park, G. George, R. Myers, S. Monachino F RESHMEN Our motto "We will finish what we attempt" aptly expresses the at titude of our ninth grade class. We are determined to work as if all success depended on our own efforts and to be humble in the achieve ments which result. It is our purpose to win a good reputation for the class of 1950 one which will be respected while we are at school in Elba and remembered with pride by those who come after us We wish to express our gratitude to Miss Donovan and Mr Bento . n and all the teachers who have guided us and helped to make this a very pleasant year. The following were elected class officers for this year President ........ Kemieth Hall Vice-President. . . Ioan Ford Secretary ........ Barbara Iakaub Treasurer ........ Paul Rich Student Council Members Irene Matla George Rowcliffe N, 1155? y tif' 'f 'ri . .......... 18 'B ' ' v5f:'rfE' -' 4 V , , ' 'i l.l.7 gh., " V ' - f ff., we 1- fi- f.-1 A3-'41, 1:2 Q ' :mn wif:-'f"i'f,,,iY I muy A ily ' F '4.-ef'.xff'g:i-'4'-5123, ga. rarlvgii'-!2Pi-i.'f'f' f ,, "" 'J -mt., -iw '-f'-"1 - , gf' I .fqigfts-qw, H 'Ff""Y" ' l " QI" .1'?"'l..wrs. 1 ' ff ,lk f .1 f '--- '- . . . . .. :fra - - .s.fe:fm??2.zl f it W .1 Hli.,v:z1Q-1. V- f""' "4" 5 e D e i - . L Il 'Q' wifi iff' 13 " Wu ' '-1 , ml 5 hs'f..4fT'iAgZ' Af"'x'i'.g,w:'. 1' , L..a..sa..... ......a..f,'. :'L'1:L":' 'Zi H. L First Row: E. Beach, L. Putney, P. Vigneri, I. Hill, R. Schultz Second Row: M. Hare, B. Horton, I. Shuler, I. Iannain, Mrs. Strouts E White P. Hicks ! ' ! V. Bonk, H. Horzempa Third Row: D. Ma.nhardt, E. Wiedrich, S. Smith, E. Jenkins, B. Erhardt, B. Ienkins, N. Post, C. Palermo, W. Wilford Fourth Row: M. Marciniak, I. Burns, M. Putney, F. Kingdollar, D. Maskell, R. Mas- kell, M. Stokes, E. Brown, F. Zelinski. EIGHTH GRADE In September we entered through the doors of the 8th grade room, wondering what was in store for us. We found that We were able to look ahead to many events. In December we held our Christmas party. Two trees were con- tributed by Eric Brown and jacques Hill, and the class decorated them. We had refreshments and exchanged gifts. The 8th grade girls put on an Operetta in january which was very successful. At a later date it was repeated for the Gran Th ' 1 , ge. e gir s also have a good basketball team and have won most of their games. Earlier in the year the 8th grade boys played Alexander and won The h y ave an excellent team and are looking forward to a better one.in the years to come. Our class has financed its activities this year by paying dues. We added twelve dollars to our treasury by having a bingo game when the Cole Circus played at our school. This year is the first year we have regents examinations and every- one is looking forward to passing. We wish to thank Mrs. Strouts for the help and service that h h s e as given us all during this happy and successful year. The class officers are as follows: f President. . . .... . . . . . . Iacques Hill Vice-President ....... . . . . Nancy Post Secretary ............ . . . Patsy Vigneri Treasurer ............. . . . Joanne Shuler Student Council Members ...... Susanne Smith Nofri Monachino 20 Mfir5.f:..q.. Q , .. 3, , , . V I K First Row: P. Ter Haar, B. Coughlin, D. Iakaub, Mr. Iohnson, D. Talbot, D. Benson, I. Laney Second Row: S. Monac ino, J. 1 , . , . , . B h G'llette W Dart M Szyniec B. Wood, M. Dilcher, I. i Edgerton, V oyce Third Row: A. Johnson, D. Fitch, K. Coughlin, E. Farrington, L. Penepent SEVENTH GRADE The lar e number of students in the seventh grade this year made it S necessary to divide the class into 7A a.nd 7B Homerooms. 7A elected the following officers: President ....... . . . Alfred Bielawski ' Talb t Vice-President ....... ...... D avid o Secretary ............... Io Ann Edgerton Treasurer ................. Iean Gillette Student Council Members ....... David Iakaub Audrey Iohnson with honors in the magazine sale last fall. Paul Our grade ran away Ter Haar was the champion salesman ln both class and individual sales. Audrey Johnson became Elba Central School spelling champion to carry on the laurels of Grade 7A. Grade 7's basketball team in the Iunior-Y league at Batavia has reached the finals to date. We hold class meetings every month to keep on our toes and carry out student council legislation. Our social activities have been few this year but in spite of the small start this year we are headed for bigger and better things in the future. The Class of 1952 will be the biggest and best in the history of E. C. S. 21 - f" t 4 ?i j ifi2?. Q. .. 1 . 1 First Row: D. Swartz I . - Second Row: G. Dutton, S. Andrews, T. Ross, Miss Kaczmarek, R. Iachimowicz, A. Myers, F. Lund Third Row: H. Maskell, S. Crane, C. Schuler, I. Ruck, H. Schultz, T. Seavert, O. Palermo Fourth Row: F. Bezon, R. Heale, J. Johnston, F. Elliott, E. Penepent, M. Armison, A Pridmore SEVENTH GRADE Grade 7B of the class of 1952 began their first year in junior high school by the election of the following class officers: President .............. Rose Iachimowicz Vice-President. . . .... David Swartz Secretary .............. Edward Penepent Treasurer.................ArleneDunn Student Council Members ....... Fra.nk Elliott Helene Schultz Later in the- year Edward Penepent resigned ,as class secretary and Ioan Ruck was elected to replace him. The Council Members kept the class well informed about Student Council Activities. ' Throughout the year this class has shown an abundance of school spirit and under the guidance of Miss Frances A. Kaczmarek home- room teacher, has taken an active part in many school activities. It placed a close second in the school annual magazine sales drive contest. Th . . . . e group sponsored an exhibit of war souvenirs as a side show, when the Circus came to Elba. The class is very social minded and has enjoyed Christmas and Val- entine's Day parties. A class picnic has been pla.nned for Iune. Dancing classes in connection with the study of music and ,lantern slides on New York State in social studies class have been especially enjoyed by the pupils of this class. With the experience in the management of class meetings and activi- ties, obtained this year, the class of 1952 hopes to accomplish even more next year. 22 Mrs. james Ames, Barbara Baker, Beatrice Benson, Helen Bielawski, Dorothy Bower, David Boyce, Norlene Burns, Ianet Chapell, Nancy Dickes, Elaine Dutton, Lloyd Edwards, Iohn Goetz, Mary Lou Goodliffe, Deloris Harezga, Celia Jackson, Irene Iannain, Sandra Ienkins, Sylvia Kilby, Donald Kingdollar, Harold Laney, Margaret Priestley, Albert 5 or SIXTH GRADE , fw:,,i yr A 5 H M ,Q is C. , Q , -5 C ' Mrs. Paul Manhardt, Barbara Markle, Ray Maskell, George Monachino, Pauline Neindorf, Frederick Pangrazip, Beverly Penepent, Ronald Raihbun, Clyde Richenberg, Richard Rohr, Donald Rohr, Carl Shuknecht, Leonard Shultz, Kermeth Shultz, Shirley Speed, Roger Stokes, Raymond Talbot, Dale Test, Mary Underhill, Byrne Deane Weber, Lawrence Wood, Roberta 23 FIFTH GRADE iff! ' Miss Parmelee Allen, Lyle Armbrewster, Doris Benthin, Lynn Benton, Patricia Ann Bower, Paul Brinkman, Richard Dunn, Donald Erhardt, Franklin Fiorentino, Carmella Gillette, Na.ncy Greene, Jerome Heale, Katherine Hyback, Edward Johnson, Eileen Kinney, Earl Marciniak, Richard Maskell, Everett Monachino, Pauline Putney, Gordon Richenberg, Eugene Rowcliffe, Marlene Schuler, Marlene Shuler, Gerald Stuart, Ronald Tretter, Ioan Weber, Kathleen 23 ,454 Mrs. Worthington Barber, Betty Benzon, Richard Darch, Elaine Dorman, Phyllis Elliott, Allen Farrington, Donald George, Jane Gillard, Lee Goetz, Wayne Hedges, Richard Kinney, Laverne Martwicka, John Mills, Kenneth Monachino, Joseph Palermo, Florence Roth, Irene Ruck, Donald Rupert, Eleanor Scott, Carl Ir. Seavert, Shirley Smith, Ella May Stehler, William Talbot, Gail Talbot, Lyle Underhill, Carrie Vanderhoof, William Vigneri, Caroline Vigneri, Josephine Ward, Ianet Warn, Raymond Wilford, Arthur Zicari, Geraldine 'T L FOURTH GRADE ,,. --:fi '-F-T1z'Z. Mrs. Baker Ames, Donald Benson, Earl Bonk, Grace Burns, Valjean Coughlin, Audrey George, Paul George, Richard Goetz, Lynn Greene, joseph Henry, Martha Hyback, Keith Markel, Gertrude Neindorf, Erma Norton, Robert Palermo, Io Ann Pridmore, Faye Ann Priestly, Delores Putney, David Shultz, Gertrude Smith, Martha Synder, Neil Weatherbee, Raymond Weber, Onolee Wiedrich, Gail FOURTH GRADE ff, , 4 X fi J I I 304- Mrs. Christopher Bezon, Joseph Bielawski, Sally Brasky, Arthur Bridge, David Bryant, Ruth Churchill, Floyd Dickes, Gary George, Gertrude johnson, Betty Kingdollar, Robert Markle, Richard Matla, Gerald Murphy, Edward Myers, Iudith Naylor, Donald Norton, Beverly Palermo, Carolyn Pangrazio, LaVerne Park, justin Pendergast, Iames Rowcliffe, Daniel Shultz, Ronald Smith, Harry Smith, Noreen Stokes, Edith Szyniec, Sophie Wallace, Keith Zambito, Charles THIRD GRADE Miss Hazel Burr Benson, Carl Benson, Raymond Bigelow, Ann ghapell, Jeannette ropo Carl Dorman, Lawrence Jakaub Ronald Johnston, Mary Johnston, Margaret Kaczmarczyk, Janice Laney Paul Lund,,Ra1ph Markwica, Frank Monachinob Suzanne Naylor Ro ert Norton, Dennis Pahuta, Mary Ann Richenberg, Larry Ruck Janet Smart, Richard Strabel, George Szymansl-ri, Raymond Talbot, Nancy Lou Warn, Peter trH1Rn GRADE ' K5 Miss Shephard Allen, Richard Baldwin, James Barber, Donald Benson, Kenneth Benton, Mary Ellen Blood, Harold Burns, David Borton, James Bryant, Charles Chapell, Carolyn Crossett, Thomas Dunn, Richard Hartman Howard r . 9 I Heale, David Horzempa, John Jakaub, Judith Kinney, Muriel Markle, Rita Odell, William Putney, Lee Putney, Lynn Rathbun, Joyce Roth, Rose Say, Geraldine Schoenthal, Reylene Schultz, William Seavert, Dorothy Shultz, Regina Smart, Arthur Smith, Catherine Steckley, Gretchen Stehlar, Charles Vanderhoof, Jane Wohlfeil, Carol Arm ,Qi ? fxf V X., . r i T, 14, M ' WW, , W1 7 5 ,aruba fq"!-' " . ,7 ,' '37 aw as lf?-'Y' - SECOND GRADE U V ' .L.L'.i'f.?5Y"":r.fP522l:lf ZX .J f B nfl. X Miss Rogers Austin, Audrey Bauer, Ronald Brown, Catharine Cole, Gerald Gillette, David Hall, Ronald Homer, Dorothy Kasmer, Betty Mason, Robert Monachino, Joseph Naylor, Allen Norton, Marjorie Printup, Evelyn Slusher, Ronald Smith, Gordon Speed, Lucille Stehlar, Mary Strobele, Lois Underhill, Charles Weatherbee, Robert H n J il 2 i,-- 5 ' hu? QQQQJW FIRST GRADE J 2 EU X- X if X I, MZ f fl If ,- I ' -, lg ? aff f Mrs. Edith Burr Baker, Raya Benton, William Bezon, Eugene Churchill, Joyce David, William Dickes, Neal Erhardt, Joa.nne Glover, Melvin Jackson, Edward Jakaub, Paul Markwica, Louise Millis, Lee Moss, Lorene Niedzialek, Thomas Pangrazio, Bernard Park, Linda Pridmore, Linda Lou Rohr, Barbara Ross, Carol Ann Vigneri, Mary Jane Warn, Robyn Weber, Judith C: -z f ,.,, Cbf .J I ' ' 4 1' , A my ...A ' ,-L-- Y, Y - Benthin, Lois Bird, John Brinkman, Dennis Coughlin, Ann Crossett, David Forjone, Carol Gavenda, Walter Gillard, William Hammond, Lee Hartman, Richard Hartman, Robert Johnson, Robert Monachino, Thomas Murphy, Elizabeth Richenberg, Karen Rowcliffe, Gerald Smith, Mabel Stuart, Daniel Talbot, Dixie Lee Zambito, John U LWJ , kd Hlnzg KINDERGARTEN will W 9 ? Miss wigton X rw. S., ,R ,, -.- '- -- ew: 4" fy fo, Ashton, Marcia Davis, Carol Dilcher, Richard Dorman, Audrey Gabriel, Chester Goetz, Patricia Gray, Alfred Heale, Laverne Jakaub, Domla Mason, Jean Motz, John Norton, Ellsworth Rathbun, Ruth Rossney, James Searls, James Searls, John Shephard, James Shuknecht, Lee Smith, Dora Sulim, Stanley Toale, Patricia Waldron, Patricia Ward, Joyce Warn, Susan Ww47Qi'Z:'. J g f 1 28 fp? if -19' f Q , .: Sw 'gf nl Wfi"N.1EqfI:f.,'Qg'Q1Q?kf:5i5,5iI3j3g3g1Q:gg15gl,4-, .E ,. 1 ' -zrvi., S-F..w,:"""-"u E+..L'-frg::w1:'.'v-51.1-12 ' 1. 3 341 Mm, 1 f ,Mlm -...yiJ"L4,.ij-j1.Wj2s1f,a:f?nQ:,. ' W. 'n-,,-- , ' ' wm',l:1L,- ..,. X..---, i'nfg3gg:,-5:- .5 V A 5 4:.g51U.- 'y-'R-.1 .: .- j-3-'-.-,V-.'-M 2, ' f'.!,-AT:-A-'x-':1?"fff3l'f?fi1f'f5'Z'21 , v ' 3 , , 1,-,' ' ,1aa2.2gfR'wufg1:2.'f ,1 N v- ' 135 fr-gf, '..:-9-71133 ' f . 5-,. XA-.:s-., inn., f2 ,..Q:'.",f1' '1':,f.1I'.'A' .. Ml ...:,.,: ...Tim .. " av: g. H- X y I.: ' XY' .-L: .N ,,k,i . V .aug-.' K vNv.: ..,,.q:1 'F ' "'-L:.,l.-5.'- ' ,,f"L,.f in f t 1' .-A ' F 4 . ,J . 1. . yy .t Y , FF, . -' - J 1 ' il' rr 4 ff s. v :sep ,s 13 495, GI Wk hx ,A 1 , , 1-JL 551+ LH. ng. - --ff. . - ,, J,,.'- - Q I 4 ' Y P f A K " i . 5 : ff' 3 19 F , ,f , t I A lv' 5 Q ' 1 ' 01011 . . f, ! km' Al A " - - Y A " . 5. 'ii'LL, .. I X x A , -, . , 4 --, I, ., ,' Q, , .1 :Z H ':" ff-1.13 "ff ., 1' -3, - f ' I , ' iilg 4 " P ' " if' E, I . 5' -,e 1 . , "'ik'f-'L , , " 1 ' Z 0 ' I W' First Row: D. Iakaub Second Row: A. Johnson, H. Schultz, P. Randall, E. Hare, T. Gillard, K. Hall, B. Waldron Third Row: N. Monachino, S. Smith, Mr. Vanderhoof,I. Davis, B. Crabb, R. Test Fourth Row: . Rowcliffe, F. Schultz, L. Horton, F. Elliott C3 STUDENT COUNCIL Our Student Colmcil started this ,year with a "hot" campaign between the opposing sides of the "Rockets ' and the "Comets." The campaign was ably managed by Rulon Martyn and Richard Test. The advisors were Mr. Benton and Mr. Schogoleff. After a campaign of three days, the following officers were elected: President ....... .... P aul Randall Vice-President. . . . Thomas Gillard Secretary. . . . . . . . Treasurer. . . . . . . . Class representatives: Seniors.......... Juniors .... Sophomores . . . Freshmen. . . I Eighth Grade . . Seventh Grade . . . . . . . Eunice Hare . . Kenneth Hall . . . . .Ioan Davis Lorne Horton . . Beverly Crabb Fred Schultz . . Betty Waldron Richard Test . . . . Irene Matla George Rowcliffe . . . . Susanne Smith Nofrio Monachino . .Helene Schultz Audrey Johnson Frank Elliot David Iakaub An accomplishment the Council may well he proud of is the comple- tion of the Constitution of the Elba Central School. 30 'pw - ,g.....'-vj17n!"t- 5 in -g:..:a?Qf.-eff W . a ,ytfsv-wq,.,. . L- 'W' - ' .' , . First Row: C. Talbot, F. Sulimowicz Second Row: D. Wilford, L. Eggers, R. Dilcher, L. Gateson, I. Gi11a.rd, I Ames, L Horton, A. Horzempa, E. Hare Third Row: E. Watson, B. Crabb, Miss Donavan, Mr. Benton, Mr. Schogoleff Miss Evans, I Zelinski, D. Erhardt Fourth Row: B. Waldron, M. Harkness, T. Gillard, P. Randall, R. Test, R Martyn D. George, S. Gubb YEARBOOK STAFF Editor-in-Chief. . . Assistant Editors . . . Art Editor ........... .. Art Staff Anita Horzempa Florence Sulimowicz Charmaine Talbot Shirley Gubb Advertising Manager .... Business Manager . . . Photography ...... Boys' Sports Editor. . . Girls' Sports Editor . . . Activities ......... Classes ......... Grades ....... . . Typing Editor ....... Typing Staff Iennie Zelinski Dorothy George Jeannette Pridmore . . Jean Gillard . . . Eunice Hare Thomas Gilla.rd . . . Leanna Gateson Eunice I-Iare Doris Arnold Ruth Knight Ruth Dutton . . . . Lorne Horton Rulon Martyn . . . . . Ioyce Ames Dorothy Erhardt . . . Ronald Dilcher Richard Test . . Paul Randall . . . Erma Watson . . Dorothy Wilford . . . . .Beverly Crabb . . Marcia Harkness . . . . . Laura Eggers Betty Waldron Ellen Beach We hope that this Revue will help you to recall many days at good old 'll b ur reatest reward Elba Central. If it does, your satisfaction wi e o g Our object has been to present a true picture of school life so that others may realize the many good times had by all. Our advisors, Mr Benton, Miss Donovan, Miss Evans, Mr. Schogoleff and Mrs. Strouts have helped us with untiring interest and it is to them that we wish to ex press grateful appreciation. First Row: M. Horton, C. Talbot. Second Row: E. Hare, S. Gubb, L. Gateson, D. Wil- ford, B. Monachino. Third Row: O. Boyce, N. White, A. Horzempa, I. Zelinski, W. Armison, S. Iohns, R. Dutton. Fourth Row: D. George, B. Iakaub, M. Steckley. - W , - - ART CLUB BAND G9 4 . Wi Fourth Row: I. Gillette. T. Rick, W. Dart, G. Driggs, I. Davis, E. Wiedrich, E. Boldt, H- Heidenreich, V- Speed, 0- P2l6l'm0- Third Row: C. Talbot, A Gillette A Saile, M. Harkness, E. Sharp, E. Watson, N. Post, V. Hicks, I. Hartley, 'H. Horzemna, S. Gubb, Second Row. J. Saile, B. Horton, G. Marshall, D. Wilford, V Erhardt Mrs Grapka I Gillard, 1. shuier, B. Coughlin, s. Andrews, R. wood. First -Row: s. lvlonachino, Liora. 32 ,u -mm -N, .-W CZTIR. P H' ks E White Mrs Kirsch, W Wilford, E. Wiedrich, V. Bonk First Row: . ic , . , . . Second Row: B. Ienldns, D. Manhardt, E. Jenkins, B. Erhardt, N. Post, B. Horton Third Row: I. Iannain, S. Smith, C. Palermo, I. Shuler fig B LIBRARY CLUB .1 Ah, fiiii GLBB CLUB E .e Fifth Row: D. Wilford, M. Horton, G. Crane, S. Gubb, I. Hartley, B. Waldron, F. Mason, D. George, G. Marshall, B. Pahuta, L. Gateson Fourth Row: I. Ward, A. Gillette, C. Blood, E. Watson, L. Eggers, I. Zelinski, I. ' M. Kilb D. Erhardt, B. Crabb, Arnold, H. Baube, E. Sharp Davis y, Third Row: M. Harkness, I. Ford, V. Erhardt, A. Salle, S. Steckley, T. Wood, P. ' ' f V. S eed I. Gillard V. Hiclfrs Monachino, R. Rowchf e, p , , Second Row: L. Horton, H. Rowcliffe, F. Schultz, L. Martyn, T. Bridges, Miss Mey- ers, G. Allen, I. Swartz, G. Rowcliffe, D. Rowcliffe, R. Martyn R. Test. P. Palermo Wi-ref PDTD' -mii- 33 H . 1' .m i First Row: M. Test, N. Chapell Second Row: B. Horton, Edgerton, B. Wood, Miss Kaczmarek, C. Schuler, S. Iannain B. Pangrazio D , Third Row: I. Shuler, B. Jenkins, T. Wood, E. Wiedrich, V. Speed, N. Post, E. Ienkms, I. Ruck Fourth Row: P. Dorman, S. Jenkins, W. Wilford, R. Iachimowicz, I. Gillette GIRL SCOUTS .6240-7537! ,44 ' 'tfiggbllt fl! 'gf ,.f'. f XJ The Elba Girl Scout troop was quite active during the first semester. We enjoyed preparing refreshments and plarming entertainment for our annual Christmas party. We were successful in selling greeting cards a.nd used this money to f pay or our yearly dues. We also raised money by checking coats at many of the dances. At the regular weekly meetings we spent our time on achievement tests. As yet our troop has not qualified for registration with the National Headquarters of the Girl Scouts, but it is hoped that this goal can be reached in the near future. 34 ,. xiravrawfri, - f l First Row: D. Swartz, D. Talbot, F. Bezon, O. Bezon, O. Palermo, R. Shultz, Mr. Johnson, W. Dart, M. Armison, L. Airth, I. Laney, S. Monachino Second Row: I. Hill, E. Brown, K. Hall, K. Coughlin, R. Martyn, F. Schultz, M. Putney, M. Dilcher, R. Heale, P. Terl-laar, D. Iakaub Third Row: G. Rowcliffe, D. Maskell, H. Rowcliffe, G. Allen, D. Park, I. Swartz, R. Test, D. Rowcliffe Fourth Row: L. Putney, N. Monachino, 1. Burns, H. Horzempa, M. Hare 'Q Wi " , v c. Qm'feT gtg? If K v af' 5. W l I 1 l ' Xl4 BOY SCOUTS Troop 17 began the season with a week's camping trip in the Penn- sylvania Mountains. After that we reorganized into three patrols which are having a contest of Scout activities. We are under the leadership of ' b the a newly formed troop committee composed of several mem ers o Elba Fire Department. Our troop activities are financed by the money earned in paper col- lections. We also held a Thanksgiving dance in November. On March 24, 1947 we held our annual charter dinner at which a- wards were made to the scouts. It was at this meeting that we formally received our charter from the Genesee Council. We are planning an active schedule for spring and summer. This will include a camping trip to Camp Sam Wood, the area Scout Camp site. We trust that we are entering a year of great progress in scouting. 35 First Row: D. Rowcliffe. Second Row: G. Allen, L. Horton, T. Gillard, Mr. Scho- goleff, R. Martyn, R. Test, G. Rowcliffe. Third Row: F. Schultz, E. Park, R. Dil- cher, H. Rowcliffe. AIRRK' scoUTs UW J FUTURE FARMERS Fourth Row: B. Dutton, S. Monachino, E. Boldt, D. Rowcliffe, C. Manhardt, C. Tretter, P. Palermo. Third Row: G. Driggs, E. Park, E. Johnston, G. George, L. Laney, N. Geissler. Second Row: H. Rowcliffe, I. Crane, P. Randall, Mr. Bridges, G. Allen, F. Schultz, R. Martyn. First Row: D. Boyce, H. Churchill. 36 '.Lf.l"v.i"i First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Fourth Row: Third Row: Second Row: First Row: gsflpa 'Ti FU N Z CUB E CU F" C W . Horton, C. Talbot, F. Panek Wilford, I. Gillard, T. Gillard, B. Crabb, S. Gubb, R. Test, I. Hartley,. Zambito, R. Vigneri, S. Panek, Miss England, M. Pridmore, E. Hare, Harkness ' Martyn, I. Swartz, R. Dilcher, T. Bridges, N. Chamberlain . HOME ECONOMICS B. Benson, S. Gubb, V. Hicks, R. Dutton, D. Miller, F. Sulimowicz, D. George B. Monachino, G. Marshall, B. Pahuta, D. Wilford, A. Horzempa, F. Smitz- ney, P. Monachino, E. Watson, D. Erhardt, R. Rowcliffe A. Gillette, D. Bower, O. Boyce, M. Woof, W. Armison, I. Zelinski, M. Kilby, ' S. St kl N. White, S. Johns, ec ey I. Gillard, S. Panek, I. Hartley, M. Steckley, L. Gateson, Miss Bailey, R. Vigneri, S. Zambito, M. Horton, C . Talbot V. Erhardt, F. Mason, B. Iakaub, E. Benson, B, Waldron, G. Crane O 37 First Row M. Steckley I. Hartley L. Gateson Miss En land R. Ro liff F.Sul' . , l , , g , wc e, imo wicz, P Monachino R Dutton Second Row D. Bower, G. Driggs, I.. Zelinski, S. Panek, G. Smith, D. Erhardt Third Row I. Crane, L. Horton SENIOR PLAY On November 15, 1946, the Seniors presented their annual play. This play was a comedy-drama, the first of its kind ever produced in Elba. According to the critics, it was one of the most successful plays present ed in our school. The setting of the play was the home of Eloise Baxter, a confident, efficient, determined, old maid. Edith Meadows her gay and irrespon- sible sister, had promised to care for a young orphan, Elnora Guilford. Before the day came for the child to arrive, Edith had accepted an in- vitation to visit Mexico. She managed to persuade the indignant Eloise to take the girl until she returned from her trip. The sharp tongue and unyielding attitude of Eloise might have driven the young orphan away, had it not been for the understanding Dr. Travis, a physician and friend of the family. Dr. Travis' loving kindness helped the girl to become ac- customed to Eloise's sternness. As the play proceeded, Eloise learned to love the girl and struggled to have the town accept her. The play end- ed happily with the Doctor and Eloise marrying, thus providing a home for Elnora. Eloise Baxter . . . Dr. John Travis . . Mrs. Myrta Hart. Edith Meadows . . Kermeth Winshell . n. -.- Roxanna Rowcliffe . ...... Theodore Say Philippa Monachino . . . . .Florence Sulimowicz . . ...... Lorne Horton Mr. Grubb ....... .... G eorge Driggs Elnora Guilford . . Mrs. Prescott . . . Gloria Prescott. . Barbara Kilbourne . . Dolores Boyle . . . Judy Handon .... Herman Slade . . . Mr. Traynor . . . Mrs. Haver ..... Mrs. Carpenter, . Orrin Bidell . . Dorothy Bower . ...... Susan Panek . . Lealllla. G3.feS0ll . . . .Mary Steckley . . . Dorothy Erhardt . . . . Ioan Hartley . . .Joseph Crane . . . Clyde White . . Iemiie Zelinski ..........RuthDutt0n ..........................GuySmith The prompter was Anita Horzempa. Paul Randall andLoren Laney acted as stage managers. X I , 1521? Ug,j:,i3':Y1"i'r"' L I 1 .. ,f": X .,2'x . r Jl..e.....f .1 . x . 1 X A 5 gr, L. .,,..zr ..,.."' 4 '- cf' .ga 'JYJZNQ y J, , Y . ' f , .r N ., f I! j"' 1 F gf ' in , 1". 35.1 I 2534 ? TQ if Q, -Q. W - Ig W l '- 4 . 4 ', . - I 1 iw ' "M -' V '., ' 5 .' x ' A'g:!,y', N ' v 4' ,. . 7 X - ,"1 ' 1 .4 X A Q.. 1 q f 5 lg," -3 . ' f' , I j I A X ,, I 5.1 X , M f L 1 'W I' ' f if . I A ' - ix , ' ' 1 , 1. ., -f ' Q Eh A. . X I Nw: X x l ' , ' ' V Zi' 354- -- ' x ., 1, F?" , , 1 V ' 1 ,Q , '+I' if 3 'gig .S I K tw? , . ph Q 1 iq . ,,jf22"- 'I Y- ,S W I I - 4 7 ES. 5 'A ' I nz? fb'-L-an w ' Mfxxlll X ' A . t- 'X1N.3u-7, ' 'N "" gf , is Qgg-:Tl K ,.g..,,Y, , ,, f Ts I First Row: G. Driggs, G. Smith, C. Manhardt Second Row: G. Allen, R. Martyn, I. Swartz, P. Randall, T. Gillard, P. Palermo, G Rowcliffe XX 5, BASKETBALL LE.. X57 M COACH Second Row: S. Monachino, R. Myers, C. Tretter First Row: N. Geissler D. Park M. Hare, P. Rich H. Rowcliffe 40 ,. .S , ...f ., .,,..,,..,,.-an isL-,:1fI.....'f2.f'1.,,wz3usr.7nf ' F First Row: P. Rich, P. Gavel Second Row: D. Gavenda, F. Schultz, I. Swartz, G. Allen, P. Palermo, R. Martyn, T. Gi11a.rd Third Row: D. Park, D. Rowcliife, G. Rowcliffe, R. Dilcher, H. Rowcliffe, L. Horton, R. Myers Fourth Row: C. Tretter, I. Matla, R. Test, S. Monachino, N. Geissler E... .Q , , 5, BASEBALL ,ff FOOTBALL Fourth Row: D. Gavenda, D. Rowcliffe, R. Test Third Row: R. Martyn, L. Horton, J. Crane, T. Gillard, R. Myers Second Row: I. Swartz, G. Rowcliffe, D. Park, P. Randall, G. Allen, H. Rowcliffe, F. Schultz First Row: G. Driggs, R. Dilcher .. ' V . 4,-m,'.f ,,,, v 3 ' . '++,g11-, x, f-EERYY... H . - e ff SPORTS This year, as always, sports have been a leading factor at Elba Central. Although the games won were few, school spirit continued to bring Elbans to games, both at home and away. The boys, too, continued to practice diligently which proves they had what it takes to be a good sport. The beginning of the school year 1946-47 saw a new coach in the spot light of the Phys- ical Education Department of E. C. S. His name is Stamford Sherwood, and he hails from Oxford, New York. He is a graduate of Ithaca, New York. Before coming to Elba he spent three and one half years in the U. S. Army. Two years of that time was given to training medical men, and for one and a half years, he worked with groups of illiterate soldiers. Although, at the time of this writing, he has not been here quite a year, both the interest and the participants in sports at E. C. S. have been steadily improving. We all appreciate his fine work. FOOTBALL This year's football squad played under the new supervision of Coach Sherwood and while we only won one game and lost five we felt the set-backs were largely due to a green team. Only three were returning members of last year's squad. The team started prac- tice a few days after school opened in the fall and played until the latter part of October. The training was tough, but not one member dropped out. Rain or shine, one could always find the team out on the field practicing after school. Coach Sherwood's new team played the following positions: I. Swartz ........................... . . . tail back F.Shultz.... ..... .....end R. Myers . . . . . .center T. Gillard . . .... center P. Randall . . . . .wing back R. Martyn . . . . quarter back E. Polasky . . . .... tail back G. Rowcliffe . . .... wing back D. Park .... ...... e nd I. Crane . . . .... . end L. Horton . . . ..... . end G. Allen ..... . . . tail back H. Rowcliffe . . . . . wing back D. Gavenda . . . ..... . end D. Rowcliffe . . '. . tail back D. Test ............................ V. . . . . . center L11 . Park ................... , .................. end The football season started off with our playing host to Phelps. We were beaten due to a more experienced team. The next game we journeyed to Corfu where we were again defeated. The Friday following we played the return game with Phelps, and again were outclassed but not discouraged. On October 18, we went out to get revenge for the trouncing Corfu gave us in the last game, but their size and weight again made them the Victor. ' Everything looked black until Middleport tried to invade us. We ran them into the dust by defeating them 52-13. The season ended with our playing guest to Harley Prep School. Most of the scoring was done by the hosts at that game and we lost by quite a margin. BASKETBALL ' The basketball season looked a little more promising this year than it did last. We won three games and lost thirteen. Height of the opposing teams was the only thing that defeated us. The plays and teamwork of our basketball squad were superior to the other eams. The crowds that attended the basketball games were not as large as last yearls, but still the bleachers were filled to overflowing. Maybe there is a reason for this. You can see for yourself. 42 ,. ,. N 555517-EVl.5': ' A I ELBA OPPONENTS Parker 24 51 South Byron 1 1 35 Bergen 17 1 5 Pavilion 22 34 Parker 19 30 Alexander 14 35 Kendall 26 35 Corfu 23 17 South Byron 23 27 Bergen 26 27 Pavilion 31 30 Alexander 23 57 Wyoming 18 2 5 Corfu 20 44 TOTAL 297 462 Pat Palermo led the team in points, with 92 to his credit. Following him were Swartz and Randall with 73 and 56 points respectively. Martyn scored 50 points, and Tom Gillard next with 37 points. The rest of the scoring was divided among 4 players, Allen with 17, Charles Manhardt 15, Polasky 5, and Driggs 2. This year our team suffered two mishaps. ln the early part of the season George Driggs broke his finger, and Rulon Martyn, at Elba's last game, strained a ligament in his neck. The I. V. team made a little better showing in the line of winning games. They won eight and lost eight. The three highest scorers of the I. V. were Dave Park with 48 points, Iachimowicz with 46, and Rich with 41 points. With the varsity squad of this year, together with some of the I. V. squad, we can easily say that Elba within the next two years will be at the head of the B-C League Basketball. VOLLEYBALL For the first time in the history of E.C.S., volley ball has been open to league competi- tion. Eight schools, from A, B, and C leagues, were represented in the Genesee-Orleans volley ball tournament which took place at Elba on March 28. The Elba squad took the championship by downing Pavilion 15-6, 15-13, beating Albion in the semi-finals 15-5, 15-12, and winning over Le Roy in the finals 15-8, 14-16, 15-ll. The next day Elba journeyed to the Iohn Marshall School in Rochester to compete a- gainst other counties in volley ball. The Elba boys were pretty tired due to the strenuous games they had played the night before. This was partly the cause for our defeat by Port- Byron. The squad consisted of the following boys: Ginger Swartz Bud Allen Charles Manhardt Edward Polasky Bink Wilford Paul Randall Fred Shultz BASEBALL Although we have not been so fortunate in basketball and football, luck was with the base- ball team of 1946. Elba took second place in the B-C League. Their only defeats came from Pavilion, and a practice game at Le Roy. The team was composed of several returning vets, who had played in the 1945 squad, and who, had won half of their games that year. ELBA OPPONENTS Bergen 5 2 LeRoy' 9 1 4 Kendall' 1 3 4 South Byron' 8 5 Pavilion 3 ' 7 Alexander 8 7 Corfu' 10 6 Pavilion' 6 1 5 TOTAL 62 60 "' Games Away 43 4 ' W. . . A ...iw vwlrxi M... . N, ' " " .. .1 .1 ,f fE'51?f1t:'7" First Row: B. Jakaubm J. Gillard, G. Crane, M. Horton, M. Harkness,J. Ford, D.George Second Row: M. Jachimowicz, E. Sharp, M. Zelinski, B. Pahuta, F. Smitzney, C. Talbot Third Row: J. Ames, T. Wood, S. Johns, E. Watson, M. Pridmore, W. Armison, J. Zel- inski, J. Davis, D. Bower, A. Horzempa, R. Vigneri, V. Speed Fourth Row: A. Gillette, O. Boyce, B. Monachino, H. Baube, A. Saile, S. Panek, D. Er- hardt, S. Steckley, V. Erhardt, J. Saile Fifth Row: D. Wilford, R. Rowcliffe, S. Gubb, G. Marshall, M. Steckley, F. Sulimowicz, E. Benson, B. Benson, B. Waldron, L. Gateson, F. Mason G. A. A. The officers of the G. A. A. this year are: President ....... .... F lorence Smitzney Vice-President . . . . Charmaine Talbot Secretary ...... ...... B etty Pahuta Treasurer ........... Margaret Woof The members of the G. A. A. and Leader's Club have been very busy this year working hard to win their G. A. A. awards. A volleyball playday was held at Le Roy High School on December 14. Seven girls represented Elba, namely, Rose Vigneri, Philippa Monachino, Irene Matla, Barbara Jakaub, Earlene Benson, Florence Smitzney and Frances Mason. On February 22, a basketball sportsday was held at the Batavia High School with the following girls representing Elbaz Margaret Jackimowicz, Joyce Ames, Dorothy Bower, Rose Vigneri, Shirley Johns, Maxine Horton, Betty Pahuta, Jean Gillard, Jennie Zelinski, and Anita Horzempa. The winning team in Basketball, our favorite sport, was the Junior girls. The members of the Basketball honor team, consisting of Florence Sulimow- icz, Joan Davis, Joan Hartley, Erma Watson, Florence Smitzney, Shirley Johns, Olive Boyce, Wilma Armison, Betty Monachino, Dorothy Erhardt, Gertrude Crane, and Roxanna Rowcliffe, played the following games: Batavia here on February 14, at Batavia on March 18, at Alexander March 21, South Byron March 28 and a return game with South Byron April 2. 44' 'S 'W gm". ' 1 ,ai V Al N .,.a,,xzva:n....-.s.v-AJ' ' 1 b onsists entirely of Senior girls who assist the The Leaders C u c G. A. A. in their activities and their officers are as follows: President ............ Margaret Iackimowicz Vice-President ................ Ioan Davis Secretary-Treasurer. . . .... Dorothy Erhardt www H giwlli t 6 'ldaiwll x s I .- A ft? X Nr " s XX Milf. N it it s gs- N ,S "6 - 15229-fffll CHEER LEADERS Q We, the students of Elba Central, wish to express our gratitude and appreciation to the cheerleaders for their fine work this year. 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STUART WALT EDXNST I-ILXROLD TE ST F-RANK GAVE.- AQNOLD NETH CHARLES B1RD BML KARAS WILLILXN SCUULTZ WM SLIEPARD- ED, BALDWIN IVIONACI-UNO ROY CNRONAICK-'FFE S'-YEQYVVXN NORTON CJ VANDEQPOEST M x ,U ,4:f'J'5,i:?j,g-' 1531- V. lc . , - isfgggigp if 4 ELM ER 'B ADEIMAN FRIGIDAIRE, REFRIGERATORS, . f'ZflVCERf , BENDDI gl EASY WASHERS, Dealer in Oil, Gas and General Hardware A PHILCO gl ZENITH RADIOS Electrical Appliances 208 E Main St Stoves, Paints, Oils, Etc. ' 'Baravia, N. Y. Phone 226 oz-u4f1e1a, N. Y. OAKFIELD NEW YORK - -V Y . . 7,7 J. , , V Y A ? 1 '-efrg fA1m'g'1i'NQZ,-zz' X If + -i riff f If ,fm " f if A "9 Q77 W D 0 gms GL ' P ilu? f E523 - Y QDCQ " :. Aikksiul' 1 'A F' 2 GGY U ,, 2.9 KK I Q ffl xggff "1-x'f,fAl Q V f V X if ELBA, NYY ' X - BATQVMSCOTT omck BEANS ' GENE SEE V::1iz2zGMTm I-UNBER M COAL COJNC.. 76 FRANKLIN ST. PHONE 777-778 BATAVIA, N, Y, .lx -.Fc --IX.f"f.L'f,'C 'f- ' I -I 'nic the mANcl.r..,..f MEAD SUCAD QUWL DAGWQ on WATCHES, DIAMONDS Candy Ice Cream and IEWELRY Soft Drinks 118 Main St. 96 Main St. Batavia, N. Y. '73 Main St., Batavia, N. Y. Batavia, N. Y. 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 A they can buy on terms that suit their convenience. - DIES' FURNITURE CO. INC. Y BRANCH s'roRE MAIN STORE AT MAIN 8: WALNUT "WHERE EVERYONE SHOPS FIRST" 400 JACKSON ST. SPRING SPRING IN THE AIR IN YOUR STEP 1 . RITCI-ILIIXIJ' fl-ICE JTCRE. TREADEASY SHOES WATCHES DIAMONDS Buy good hardware at BOBIS' CAM CE ' I-I. M. INGRAI-IAM General Repairing Mobil Tires - Batteries BATAVIA'S UPSTAIRS IEWELER The big store on a Lubrication 2 MAIN STREET BATAVIA lime Street ROBERT W. KIRSCH, Prop. K Phone 4001 Elba, N. Y. Opposite Post Office BATAVIA NEW YORK L 59 Childrenf ond. miffef, ,SPQCIQH'y Shop. .. ' P550 , ,'.g'IffgQi'3'ii"fQi"'g ,eb 11 V1 V .. -' L 11--.Y V .- 1 v,- Jon-aN Sl-IULERS cAnAce. Atlas Tires Accessories 116 MAIN ST. PHONE 47 Gasoline KL Oils J Phone 4281 Elba, New York The Best in Ladies' 81 Children s Ready-To-Wear Jewelry on Easy Terms I FLOWERS OF DISTINCTION The Store that confidence built L . C. 577001-I mf J' ONS 1 121' 104 MAIN ST. PHONE 900 124 Main st., Batavia, N. Y. BATAVIA, NEW YORK - 'i FOR FARM AND TOWN C0-OD DQC MARKET 67 MAIN ST. BATAVIA, NEW YORK -H I KNOX me DISPENZH- 120 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. Phone 780 STANLEYWELLS CRUNDLEITS BAKERY PHONE 414 52 MAIN STREET ELBA NEW YORK BATAVIA, NEW YORK MANCUSO CHILL S TAD DOOM 24 OF WESTERN NEW YORK'S FINEST BOWLING ALLEYS Better means at Lower Prices MAIN STREET BATAVIA N, Y , 0 su.l:cuT'S BOOK STORE, BOOK STORE GIFTS are sure to please Graduates 67 Main St. Batavia, N.Y. 60 , -P !,.V ,-,1 N K A Q Jus, S e o. Heslt MUSIC STORE If ce Yealn THE HOME OF ALL THINGS MUSI RL 10 Iackson St. Batavia, N. Y. phone 1421 nEs.mi:fvzi-1 1 America's Finest Dairy Food General Ice Cream Corp. BARBE R sl-IOP Batavia, New York BATAVIA, NEW YORK P'4A'MY's-1 AIJMARSI-IALI. NEWSPAFERS and MAGAZINE S 11 Jackson St. Batavia, N. Y. HAXTON FOOD INC. OAKFIELD, NEW YORK SUCCESS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS PHONE 2721 OAKFIVELD, NEW YORK DEANS 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 84 MAIN ST. BATAVIA Y O 'E 61 ,Vt , ,Y ' ' q -.f'-:.,:?- . X awlia.- --.:1f ?'if"?-' g?a':ffli5ix:i51if.L! BETTER DRUGS COMPLIMENTS OF at .YKIP GEREY DQ LOWEST'PRICES mf Groceries . B E R TY. D C C O Soda Bar and Luncheonette OAKFIELD' NEW YORK 122 Main st. Batavia Q HAXTON qu J - BURR - All BAVIDUHD' CU. INC INSURANCE Phone 2851 Oakfiem, N. Y, CLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND SHOES ' FOR MEN AND BOYS LQ.flcEl'.fqnnq,1n, ELBA NEW YORK 65 MAIN STREET BATAVIA, NEW YORK DOY CIQOLJCLIFFI I I ONIONS, LETTUCE, POTATOES, ETC. ELBA NEW YORK PHONE 5261 HARLEY ESS MEAT5 eczzocmuss OAKFIELD NEW YORK JUNJWINE CLEANERS and LAUNDJQY WILLIAM E. PRESTON, Inc. 3 Park Place Batavia, N. Y Phone 125 62 'Nh ef , V. wt. , 'It I" E X . JACK FILKINJ. hood Meals and Good Rooms Reasonable Rates ELBA HOTEL Cl-IARLEJ' F2 MILLER P RINTINQ CO. FOR YOUR PRINTING NEEDS Phone 1097 COMMERCIAL PRINTING OF ALL KINDS 117 Ross St. Batavia, N.Y. ml he CJL. can CO. A complete Department Store where you always receive kindly-he1pful- courteous service Our Furniture Section, in the rear of the main floor, features quality furniture for the whole house. IIII f TMOMAS 5, DWYER BROWN B 1 L 'r sHOBs 7 ,L L X-Ray Fitters tn! ELBA NEW YORK 14 Jackson st. Batavia, N. Y. ELBA NEW YORK G CAM I-IAXTON ma SON INC. Fresh fruits and vegetables Frozen Fruits, Dried Beans, and Grain OAKFIELD, NEW YORK PHONE 3121 SEASONABLE FLOWERS AT O BEAUTY SHOPPE REASONABLE PRICES Permanent Waving Frederic win M thod Phone 1676 Q e Florists Telegraph Service 6 U l O Also Machineless 54.00 up A11 other work done W - by appointment DEER C HARRISON Phone 143 Batavia Tel. 5271 Elba, N.Y. 4 Bank street Batavia 26 Main St. New York 63 E ' ' Q- I - .Eng 'f'xi' ff- Y i ??'gle.i,x?fsgT..47 TRUCK, PASSENGER, TRACTOR, AND INDUSTRIAL K QJGNJVO HOTEL TIRES . gud- 0 TUBES AND SERVICE A Tire Recapping in our own plant at Home in Batavia, 562 E. Main St. H " ' CHICKEN, STEAK n A DINNERS I-IARRY E. JLOCUP1 Phone 4261 h E ELBA NEW YORK ' Loma: uoazrom E num mxzml XZUAMQ PPWOMQ. '-4148 1DhOY1E, 4l54 ELISA, my Elem, Ny, ELBA NEW YORK . Aovmznsxmz MNACEQS Q I I H th 1 1 thin 'd tn t Cwnfyfwnenfa 0 ' WET-el:-Ieyoui' coygn cbgck yilfdetiske gn the glamour of a swank country club. Open at the neck shirts with short . sleeves. M, Slacks to match or to harmonize . . . they're as cool as silk pajamas a.nd you can wear them almost anywhere of L wlthout a coat. 7509 AP ' gegre speciatlisf inbatck yard clothes -U -' I, , .MS,.,,7,g a are no ac num ers. 'SE I gp qyghchile' 'Q :Q Q SCQQ LVN, F01 EW? f""g E Km ef? ' N , -4 'l W' Q 5 5 NCALPINE Bnunsrco ...J conmnr' --fvof ' ,. O WVU? Lf 'SQ A . I ,mopli qr,,.ma5 NNW ff' BATAVIA THE cLo'rH1ERs NEW YORK .1 l Avi' lan A X 64 K w:1j.g-?4- P ' V kifwanvg- . - - - - C LE N ALLEN ELBA I D ' LIU.-XfVVDfQf J?lI!1!0fA' fgpg 0fLAfJUf1f 12 JACKSON STREET . BATAv1A, NEW YORK IT PAYS T0 ADVEIZTISEIN THE IRIEWUIE f .A .an-.v.owe..v,,.vf4,,av.g:-Lffm . 'VK ' N '. - A-f1,..,.f 1 NX Q 'f,,:':, , . .773 4414, ,, :IAQ .,,-,, , 1 L?:7Fi?E?1Zp'f x ,QA "x ,279 , " '7T' "4-5 f. 1 'Q Q :f W ' . 1: " 51 2,3 " 2, ,, 4,0 lf ' Y 00 L 1, , , 4 f ,, If f fs I , , fi ,:i,, 2:22, , -1 Mm? ,-3,3 ,114 .- 1' 1: -nw., ,, "1 ,f iw. af'- A '1I9QiW:f"5 L 4. L ', 4, 1 Z'1'Z':43gA ' ,, ff? 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