Eldred Central High School - El Dorado Yearbook (Eldred, NY)
- Class of 1951
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Another year found the ex Frosh gathered together again, but we
had lost four of our class members Jay O'Br1en, Frances Conklin and
Marion Southworth were gone from our midst We were glad to see Will
iam Godoy come back, but all too soon he had to leave us again
This year our class was guided by Miss Gale, and we chose for our
Class President, Dorothy Mills, Vice President, George Fisher, Secre
tary, Dorothy Quick, and Treasurer, Doris Haas It was this year that
we presented our second dance nThe Sophomore Fling N How many remem
ber the Garther Adfrey skit we put on during the intermission? We had
some fine talent there, and the folks out in the audience really en
By this year we were well in the swing of things, and life was
progressing very happily for the 'Saucy Sophs '
Our Junior year held a lot in store for us, and we were very hap
py and excited when we congregated in Room 8 This year we were glad
to welcome Miss Moberg, a new teacher at E C S , as our new class
advisor Dorothy Quick, Mickey McCann, and Eugene Wilson left us, and
our class started to decrease
Ne elected George Fisher as our Class President, Shirley Myers,
Secretary Alberta Brodmerkel, Vice President, and Doris Haas, Treas
One of the biggest thrills of being a Junior is to know that we
get our class rings We waited for the ring salesman to come and fi
nally when November came around so did he, loaded with boxes of rings
for us to choose from We finally decided on the style of rings we
wanted, and after much confusion we changed the regular emblem of the
After we ordered our rings, we waited for them to come and on St
Valent1ne's Day they arrived Were we ever happy! Everybody 1
school knew they were here, because we showed them off to everyone
We sat in our classes and polished and polished them They were worth
a million dollars to us, and they still fre
Our class dance nThe Fool's Balln proved to be another success
We presented another skit, and it again was enjoyed by all We also
presented a movie this year 'The Kid from Cleveland From this we
raised some money for our Senior trip to Washington, We, being
an ambitious class also put on a card party We were very happy to
see so many people turn out The prizes were generously donated by
our store merchants from Barryville, Eldred, and Yulan Finally our
long awaited Junior Prom came into view We worked all day decorating
as we had always bragged about how nice our prom would be, and sure
enough it turned out to be one of the nicest proms ever given We
thought the gym looked wonderful Shirley Paulus, the ex Prom Queen
crowned Dorothy Brodmerkel as the new Prom Queen, and Henry Dieckhoff
as the new king We took a picture of the new king and queen, and the
Junior and Senior girls acted as attendants Everyone had a wonderful
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September 1950 found a happy group consisting of twelve members,
for we were now the sole owners of Room 6 Gosh! Ne were all alone,
end it was so nice to have calm and quiet Louis Sander was a new
member, and we were glad to welcome him as one of us We had Miss Mo
berg as our advisor, and she worried along with the Pest of us
throughout the year
Well, thls was the year for us The year we waited so lont lor
was finally here ve elected Louis Sander, President, George Fisher,
Vice President Shirley Myers, Secretary and Doris Haas, Treasurer
One of the ventures we undertook was the oint Junior and Senior
play HShe'1l Be Comin' Round the Mountain ' After all the long
nights of practice, it was finally our openin night when the cur
taln was brought down, all our hard work and effort was nothing, for
the applause from the audience told us it was a huge succes The
second rlght of the play we had the drawing for the beautiful hooked
rug that Mrs Fritz Williams contrlbmted to our cause
We were sorry t lose Louis Sander, and Peorpe Fisher took over
the Presidential seat
Our never to be forgotten Senior trip was one of the highlights
hearts forever May we say thanks to our parents, friends and teach
ers who dug down in their pockets to pull up fifty cents for a ticket
said, nSure I'll help the Seniors get to Washington No matter how
la ge or small the donation was we appreciated it
Now at last we are waiting for the bl gest event of all, our
graduation Then we can put our education to use, for as our class
mo to goes, E sdom is richer than rubies
OUR SENIOR NASHIWGTON TRIP
April 27, l95l found ten anxious Seniors waiting at Port Jervis
station to take off on their long awaited Senior Trip to Nashington,
Naturally, the trip started off with a bang Butch was so anx
ious to leave he almost ran his car into another one
Ne were all supposed to be at the station at 7 45 and the stu
dents were, but where oh, where was Liss Moberg? Jell, it seems that
she overslept Oh! not She called a taxi to take her from the Hotel
Minisink to the station, but he never showed up until 8 OO The train
was to leave at 8 O5 At 8 O0 we discovered Miss Moberg running
through the station, shouting await for me N
We got on the train, and settled down Everyone
about what they were going to do After a few hours
we were lost for words, so some of us decided to walk
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our legs Ne waited outside the station for o1r bus which was to
take us o Annapolis and then on to Jashington Our bus was the la t
one to show up and we were get ing worr'ed for we thought they might
have forgotten us Steve, our bus driver, made a hit w tk us right
away, and he helped make our trip interesting and enjoyable
Our flrst stop was Annapolls, and the girls did pretty well for
themselves The midshipmen even posed for us It is a beautiful
place as well as very interesting May we say while we were there it
was the only time the sun shone
We got hack on the bus and started on to Nashington We arrived
at the hotel a nour and a half later to start on our adventure v
washed up and went down to the dining room for dinner We all felt a
great deal better after eating
After dinner we went out on tour and we visited first the Lincoln
Memorial which greatly impres es us Secondly, we visited the Con
gre sional Llbrary and viewed some famous documents such as our Dec
laration of Independence and the Bill of Rlghts which make our coun
try the grand place it is
After this tour we went back to the hotel to go to sleep Some
of us went out to buy postcards to send to the folks back home
We even had our midnight snacks, and so back to the hotel to sleep
Sleep? Well, who wanted to sleep, anyway
We just got in bed Oh well' another day ahead of us, and we'll catch
up on our sleep tonight
The second day we v1s'ted the Bureau of Printlng and Engraving,
and saw how money, postage and government documents are printed and
engraved Ve visited here on the wrong day as they told us they
weren't giving away samples today
After this we pas ed such places as the Dept of Co.merce, Dept
of Justice and the kational Archives buildings of the Capitol Ne al
so had a group picture taken or our class with the Capitol in the
background Also in the morning we visited the House of Represents
tives and Senate We wanted to set in on a session, but we were there
a little too early After this we visisted the Supreme 'ourt
Back to the hotel to wash up, eat a hurried lunch, and get back
into the bus to start out on our afternoon tour We toured the resi
dential section of Washington and passed the homes of the late Pres
idents Wilson and Taft, Admiral Dewey, and other famous mer and the
foreign embasseis After thls we stopped at the zoo to see mammoth
exhiblt of wild animals and birds
From here we started to Arlington Cemetery and en route we saw
Georgetown Un versity and the Pentagon Building We sav the Tomb of
the Unknown Soldier and sorry to say we weren't able to see the very
impres 1ve changing of the guard
Later in the afternoon we went to Nt Vernon to see the home and
tomb of Washington, slave quarters, kitchen and formal flower garden
Thls vas our last stop, so back to the hotel to wash and dress as
tonight we were attend ng the Casino Royal, which is a night club in
Washington At the night club some of us had Chine e food and some
American A floor show was also presented which we all enjoyed
Thursday morning found us in the same predicament. By this time
our theme song was nOh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning.n
We started off the morning by visiting the Smithsonian Institute
where we saw many interesting collections. One thing that interested
the girls very much were the gowns worn by each Presidents wife at his
inauguration. After we left the Institute, our next stop was the
Washington Monument. Some of the ambitious souls of the class walked
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Here it is January 1961 Let's see how the class of 1951 has
A streamlined convertible taxi drives up to the Hotel Beachcomb
on Waikiki Beach, Hawaii As our driver opens the door we see a fa
miliar face Who has been driving the taxi, but our own Charles Wil
son As the excited trio exit from the taxi, they are busily chatting
how lucky they were to win this vacation by answering the winning
question on WR1ght or Wrongn The lucky three WMissesn are employees
of the Modern Helicopter Company They are Alberta Brodmerkel, sec
retary, Doris Haas, typist, and Marjorie Hallock, bookkeeper
We have just one hour before the fashion show downstairs starts
The Corp of Worzel and Myers who feature nPerfect Dresses for Susie
Saln are presenting their newest creations Shirley deslgns the
dresses and Virginia is the head one of the seamstress department
After the fashion show, we don our bathing suits aud go out on
the beach for a swim before dinner Here we see Florence and her
four children She married the owner of the hotel at whlch we are
We smell an aroma of Pizza pies As we follow our noses we come
upon John with his pizza concession on the beach Oh' what delicious
We hear a roar of an airplane and look up Who do we see, but
Butch stunt flying The girls on the beach certairly are enjoying the
performance very much
As we look across the beautiful ocean we see some yachts coming
into the dock We spy George on his yacht and Dottie Ann his secre
Later on in the evening we all meet in tte dining room, and start
talking about the days gone by What fun we all had together in high
The girls find there is so much to talk about that they can hard
ly eat their dinner Of course the boys thlnk their stomachs come
first so they right away start to eat Talking can wait
We're glad to hear Alberta, Doris and Marjorie are going so well
Alberta expects to become the private secretary of the President of
the company Doris does so well as a typist that the Vice President
of the company wants her for his own, for life Marjorie is the head
of the bookkeeping department and she is coming up for an advancement
Shirley is married to Tom and leading a very happy married life
Virginia is still single, but she has a promising effect on somebody
John is coming tomorrow to take us all out for a drive ln his
new '61 Buick His pizza concession is doing so well that he hires
16 people daily to help him run it
Florence is so proud of her children that she talks about them
constantly Their names of course are William, John Charles, and
Butch and his wife are a very attractive couple They are the
proud owners of five sons
George is a very successful businessman His law firm is known
the world over Dorothv Ann is a very efficient secretary She is
engaged to Jeorge's business partner
Well, as yol can see the students of E F Q class of 1951 cer
tainly have done well by themselves They are all leading very happy
and prosperous lives
Here's hoping we all meet again real soon
school and all the little things we got so much pleasure from.
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in the county of ' and
STATE of 7XLur Ekvxi f, being of sound mind and body,
do make, publish and declare this our last WILL AND
TESTAMENT in manner f'ollowing,that is to say
CHARLES WILSON leaves his masculine form to Jim Roberts
WILLIAM WILLIAMS leaves his basketball ability to Jim
Knight and Don Paulus
JOHN NESCHREK leaves his ability to get along well
with teachers to Joan Melrltz
GEORGE FISHER leaves his political aspirations to Roy
MARJORIE HALLOCK leaves her quiet manner to Jane Getz
DOROTHY MILLS leaves her skill for flattering to
FLORENCE POTH leaves her conduct marks in history to
VIRGINIA WORZEL leaves her ability to get along with
people to Richard Wendt
DORIS HAAS leaves her athletic talents to Marlon
HIRLEY MYERS leaves her broad knowledge of litera
ture to Dorothy Van Tuyl
ALBERTA BRODMERKEL leaves her sweet way and pleasant
personality to Leona Miller
up pajamas to the class advisor on the
Washington trip in '52
To ROY DECKER we leave a pair of roller skates, s
he can get to Miss Moberg's room faster for help in
To JOAN HILL we leave a full length mirror in the hall
classroom, and cafeteria so she can always look her
To MISS BACHER we leave a class who will see eye to
eye with her on the U N and not argue against it
To MR STOFKA we leave a couple of students, as all
the good ones are leaving
To the UNDER GRADUATES we leave the best example of a
class E C S ever ad
To MR EBERS we leave a Senior class that won't try to
run the school
ve will COACH some athletes so he can regain the basket
IN WITNESS WREREOF, We have hereby subscribed our name
t , NEW YORK the,gg1day of ?,ANL,, in the year
One thousand nine hundred and .5LlxWr. APM,
MISS MOBERG-leaves her short-sheeted bed and sewed-
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SENIOR ADVICE TO JUNIORS
Sara Abbey--keep on taking teas ng the way you do that way it does
Roy Decker We hope you learn to do your math alone, or Miss moberg
will be charging you rent soon
Joan Hensel Your frlendliness should do a lot towards helping you be
come a wonderful nurse
Toan Hill You have proven you can use your gift of nab As long as
it doesn't become a burden, keep on using it
Joan Meiritz lour personality can be a help to you, Joan, but don't
Eileen Nolff Ne hope you go far with your musical ability haybe
later on you can use a piano to charm the horses
Carol Wilson Jive us your tip on how to gain frlends,because you seem
to have the answer We have no changes to make in your
Alfred Roberts Is your motto 'Keep 'em laughingon It seems that way
because we seldom see a sober face when you are around
Esther maclntyre Your good nature and friendly manner should help you
add to your already long list of friends
down and show your class you can stick with them
Inez Hooker Sometimes it's hard to figure out what you are talking
about, but it's okay, because you seem to get along all
right and gain fr'ends in spite of the fact
Vayne Wells lour natural wit has brought smiles and laughs to all of
Keep it up, for we engoy your visecracks
Joan Rupp You have a carefree manner that makes you fun to be with
Stay that way!
Leona Miller Are you with us or agin us9 You're more fun,Leona, when
you're with us
Oren Spangenburg Don't spend too much time building a nhaloH,and you
will find there are lots of other people in the world
Isabel Getz Don't take it too hard when people don't agree with you
Shake your curly head and give in
Jary Eckhart It's not always a good policy to see how much you can
get away with Take this advice to heart
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Butch J lliams
Viru nia Norzel
George Fisher and John Neschrek
Best glrl athlete
Best boy athlete
First to marry
Be t dancers
Mo t flckle
Qualities best liked in a teacher
Dorws Faas and
Fairness and a sense of humor
Geor e fisher
Betty Longspaugh and Jack Myers
S try fKing Dani
glrl for a sister
boy for a brother
Lasiest to get along with
Vlat we can do without
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September lQ48 was the big year in the lives of e ghteen exc'ted
reshnen That year brou ht us our first dance, ' e Spoo ro lC
wh ch was a great success
By September 1949 we knew the ropes Just lixe 'pros Oar second
dance, 'The Rainbow Slide proved to be another success
Ne are now Juniors and we make up 645 of the high school The
arrival of our class r ngs gave us a thrill we will long remember
Our Junior Prom, our movie Bird of Paradisen, and our dance nPoor
Taste Dancen also played an important part of our third year of high
school During our time spent in high school, we have lost only one
JUNIOR ADVICE TO SEPIORS
your wit will add to the fun of the group
JLORGE FISHER neep your good humor and easy going manner and you will
find many friends
WILIIAM NILLIAHS Don't be afraid to face reflitle because we ale sure
you have the ability to overcome any problem that you might have to
JOHN NESCHRLK Nhy don't you be yourself, because your true personality
is all right
DORIS HAPS Don't let your ability as a leader overcome your personali
DOROTHY MILLS Jith your intelligence you should be able to obtain any
goal you seek
ALBERTA BRODBERKEL One can never tell whether you are laughing at him
or with him, but we hope that 1t's the latter
VIRGINIA JORZEL You have a manner that wins many friends keep it up
SHIRLEY LYWRS Keep your interest in your artistlc abilities and let it
further your position in life
FLORLWCE POTH Don't be afraid to let someone else's personality come
out in its true light, because yours is O K too
CHARLES NILSON If you work as conscientiously at life as you do at
your schoolwork, you will come out on top
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For the E C S leliow Jackets, the season of 1900 51 proved to
be the mo t d sagpointinr in quite a few vears The nember of both
the Varsity and the Tunior Varsity teams were very green The only
thlnp that the past basketball season has provided has been a vast
magnitude of experience
Eldred seemed to play it's best game gainst it's be t opponents
e vould lose to a rather wean team like Youngsville by 06 or 30
points, and lose to a comparatively go Q team like Saint Joseph's by
10 or 12 points
ihe boys have learned a lot and should be very much improved next
Livingston Ianor Eldred
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Baseball this year has left us with an astonished look on our
faces For the first time in four vears we have lost Five game in a
row which is almost as bad as the Giants score Anyway, we had the
fighting spirit, and that's what counts.
Our starting line-up for this year was:
Pitcher . .
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2nd Base. .
5rd Base. .
. . Russell Eldred
. Alfred Roberts
. John Weschrek
. Robert Warden
. Frank West
. Charles Jilson
. . William Williams
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5 ' 40 H 28
Roscoe 58 U 27
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In the fall of 1950, for the third
ed a six man football team wlth only
for the team, we, as usual, had a green
know how and a lot of courage
successive year, Eldred field
three lettermen from 1949 out
undermanned outfit with little
In our first game of the season we met Roscoe, the powerful, de
fending champs of the Western Sullivan League Eldred lost 30 19, but
came nearer to beating them than did any other team in the league Our
next game was Nlth Livingston ranor The Yellow Jackets held their
own for two periods, but in the late stages of the second quarter they
lost the services of left end, Roger Veber, who was to remain out for
the remainder of the season This casualty combined with the factors
that Eldred was outweighed and undermanned resulted in the ultimate
loss of the rest of the games of the season
Defense was our big problem, but it may be seen by the scores
that we had plenty of scoring punch
Eldred r he t
Halfback J Weschrek,
Fullback L Sander
24 Right end N Will1ams,R Reiser
Left end R Weber, J Byers
This year for the first time in about ten years, the Lldred Cen
tral Qchool is going to have a track team, and it looks as if we might
be pretty successful at it We're just getting in training for it now
and the way these fellows can run it doesn't look as though any school
in this league will be able to beat us Russell Lldred is a regular
speed demon, with Jim Roberts, Alvin Kestler, Wayne Wells, and John
Neschrek running close behind him It's going to be some track meet
We've also got Charlie Wilson, our muscle man throwing the shot
put, and I thinkthat with his muscles behind him, we'll very possibly
take this also Butch Williams is jumping high jump and pole vaultirg
He is very good, t o Kestler and Weschrek will compete in broad
jumping, and Jim Roberts, Alvin Kestler, and Donald Paulus r1e olng
out for the one half mile Alvin Kestler will probably go out for the
Did you ever watch a 440 relay race? well, if you d dn't, 1t's
about time that you did It's really fun No doubt about it, and
Eldred Central has one of those, too Don't let anyone tell you diff
Well, in all we've got good prospects Don't you fellows let us
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F Vest Coach Werneke
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O e of the most magnificent ' Longfellow
The music activities of the Eldred Central School were once again
centered on the Chri tmas and Spring Concerts
In the yuletlde program, the senior b1nd,g1rl's choir and the el
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helc this year at Jeffersonvllle
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Wavne wells and choir Presidert Doris Haas, both organizations main
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nulne nesprit de corps
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The fourth year of the Student Council began on lovember lst,
1950 The offlcers were as follows Wllliam Williams, Presldent,
Joan Neiritz, Vlce Pre ident, and Marion Hulse, Secretary
The Student Council has reinstated the Senior Priority Act, and
once again there is a student court which has not been in se lon for
the past year The maln offenses are PuDUlHf ln the halls, throwing
exasers, and wr tlng on the walls ln the boys and girls rooms
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