Falconer High School - Falconaire / Corridor Yearbook (Falconer, NY)

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RUE-I MARTIN SHELDON PETERSON g 1tiwr'1r C:11ef Bilfillfifiirf f,1f3:1i:5:Qr The CCRRIDCR The ANNUAL CDT the STUDENTS of the EALCGNER T-HGH SCHOCL FALCONER NEW YORK TUNE, 1944 - T 1 , w 1 x., 0TelVOT6 HE theme ot thrs yearbook rs the thoughts and actrons ot the servrce men and women who have been graduated from the vocatronal departments ol Falconer Hrgh School We rmagrne that he or he thrnks ot the Englrsh class Vl perrod the I-Xctrvrtres Club meetrng on Thursday nrght or the Falconer lamestown basketball game of November l7 School gave selt confrdence sell actrvrty and sell expressron to the soldrer who rs now trghtrng for these rdeals l-le learned how to thrnk tor hrmselt rn hrs actrvrtres t express hrmselt rn hrs classes and to shoot hrs own actrvrtres rnto the baskets he made tor the team The vocatronal departments have done much to further these young rdeals lust as the grrls learned to sew and cook tor therr own use rn home or busrness world the boys were taught a trade whether rt was agrrculture or shop to prepare themselves tor tuture support When our brothers and srsters return from the grrmness of war they want these arms to contrnue so we have lard down a record ot the school year l943 l944 for the senror class and all others to remember wherever therr feet may wander over thrs wrde unrverse 4 ,.. L . . . r , . F . . O 1 - I - - . , O 1 1 1 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION IT the VQUIUQHUI departments UI Dur CIIDFNII ADMINISTRATICN CLASSL S ACTIVITIES SIDGRTS EEATURE ADVERTISING SECTION H I - I O ' I I ' . I S 1 ,I F. - L1 Y A ATHALENE THELANDER STANLEY WHITE Home Economics Department Industrial Department Agncultural Department Home Economms Department 6 HARRY SHOUP BELVA MOREY f 651lL6llll0lfl 0 the heads of the Vocatlonal departments of Falconer l-hgh School Mrss Thelander Mrs Morey Mr Whlte Mr Shoup and to the men and women ln the armed forces who were graduated f om these departments We dedlcate thts book To lohnny Doughboy the agncultural department symbohzes the land for Whrch he IS flghtlnq and the food lt produces home economtcs means the home from wh1ch he came the food he ate and the clothes he wore the shop 1s the lndustry he left whether rt was a defense factory or a Wood worlcmg plant For therr mdefatrgable effort to teach us tne fundamentals of lrvmq and Work mg for our own betterment and rn behalf of the servlce people who have left these classes We thank them deeply and hope that the future holds as much for them as the past has QIVGD 7 1.. M ,. ,. ,r.u .Y , -' . fry., , To Iohnny Doughboy the Agncultural Department sym bol1zes the land for Wh1Ch he IS hghtmg the land whlch helped produce hls food the land Whlch stands for Amer 1ca The Ag students are learnmg to Work and preserve lt To Iohnny Doughboy Shop IS the lndustry he left the plane the square andthe saw that hes on the bench Wamng for some student to learn enough to make hlm Worthy of plcklng them up ll I I I ll I I XX K ll I I I I . . ,, . I . "To Iohnny Doughboy the Home Economics Department means the home from which he came"-the White curtains in the windows, Morris pies, and clean soft beds. The girls have learned to supply these for post-War days. ,fv- is To Iohnny Doughboy Home Economlcs means sew 1ng those becornlng llttle ruffles here and there on s1s ters and Moms new tracks and that beflowered stand cover that was hand done They are knlttlng SGWIHQ gar ments and even rolllng ban dages for Red Cross Whlch eventually reach lohnny or h1S buddles AGRICUL- TURAL PRIZE WINNERS AGRICUL- TU RAL CLASS WOOD SHOP METAL SHOP HHN the Falconer Future Farm- ers became part of F. H, S. in l94l, we students lifted our eyebrows a little disdainfully and considered the organization "strictly for hicks", However, in the brief interval of three years, this club has proven itself worthy of our deepest respect. Under the enthusiastic leadership of 'Brother Shoupfagriculture has acquired a new zest and appeal which the pupils in his classes truly appreciate. Rumor has it that when these nature-loving people tire of probing into text books, they put their assimilated information to the test by applying it to the Great Out Doors, ln this unique fashion, their large vegetable garden was planted. A new sink, milk tester and laboratory have added to the department itself, while pictured illustration of poultry and livestock have helped to clarify the rais- ing of farm animals. Putting this knowledge to use on their own domestic farms has not only given the "Aggie" vital experience, but also made for more and better production on the home-front. Nevertheless, it must be admitted that of industry, farming would Why the very blue-prints greatest dairy farms orig- whose ingeniousness took without the aid become extinct, which plan our inate from men root in a high school shop course, such as those offered by Mr. White. From crude raw lumber custom-made furniture is created which forces the astonished lad to study his varnish-stained hands a little dubiouslyfunable to believe that they were capable of such dexterity. And thats not all, for out of the two- year-old aviation addition, have come model airplanes which would demand high admiration from an older establish- ment. Yes, the world owes much to Mr. White and Mr. Shoup and to the Whites and Shoups all over the globe who are work- ing today for a better future. lU HE Home Economics De- partment has endeavored to put finishing touches on some of the tasks which are characteristic of the home. During their class periods, Home Economics students have canned 105 cans of veg- etables and fruit, woven 26 table scarves, made 65 articles for the Red Cross, in- cluding sweaters, helmets, mufflers, and kit bags, The war has necessitated a more point- ed instruction in meat "stretchers", sugar saving recipes and substitutes for each. Correlating with the experimental cook- ing is the intense study of nutrition- fats, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and the like. Beside the classes in cooking, the stu- dents have learned to refinish furniture or to make new kinds from the formerly unusable ones. The finished products -the result of the collaboration of Mr. Whites and Miss Thelander's wood shop and needlepoint groups respectively are gay stools and benches with covered, padded tops. Even a few dressing tables or pillows may emerge from all this. There is one project which has been started that will carry over a period of years. Those in the weaving unit have started making drapes for each of the windows in their room. It takes approxi- mately seven full yards to make a pair for one window, this explains the length- iness of the time element. Within the adjoining room rests the results of many a nimble finger-the sev- enteen completely remodeled garments with their neat stitches and their unique decorations. Some of these were tinted and dyed and others recut, but all reju- venated, for each student was required to make seven garments-one of which was something remade. "Use it upg wear it out. Make it do or do without," By using what we have, we save added yardage for the armed forces. It is things of this sort which will bring lohnny Doughboy home a little sooner. ll RED CROSS CAFE- TERIA COOKING CLASS WEAVING SEWING CLASS The meantng of hte here on earth rnlght be de hned as consrstlng IH thts to untold yourself to Work what thrng you have the faculty for lt ts necesslty for the hurnan berng the ttrst law of our extstencse Thomas Carlyle QQ! yy" There rs a tlme rn every rnan s educatron When he arnves at the convlctton that envy rs tgnorance that 1rn1tat1on IS sutclde that he must take hlrnse for better tor Worse as hrs portlon that thouah the Wlde unrverse IS tull ot good no kernel ot nounsh mg corn can come to hun but through hls to1l be stowed on that plot of ground Whlch IS gtven h1rn to t1ll Ralph Waldo Emerson 12 V 1 , , . x , . V T 5154- ar f T1 . . . , . 1 I ll I J I - O see fhal' scholashc and mlereshng feafures are offered +0 fhe pupils IS The 'ob of +he admlnusfrahve cleparl' men+ They make I+ possnble for our fellow men who are on all corners of rhe globe +o have 'rhe reassurance ihal' he IS clomg his 'ob for somefhlng wor+h whale MR. HEWES MR. MATTISON MRS. PLINE DR. WILBER BOARD OF EDUCATION MR HAROLD L HEWES DR GERALD A WILBER MRS ELLA BADER Prrmlful SIIPFVIIUIIK Prmrrpul 228 Egg: Elmwood Avenue 20 East James Street Falconer New York Mr Harold L Hewes was elected to the Board of Educat1on 1n July 1941 and h1s term explres IH 1944 He recelved h1s educat1on at the Lakewood and Chautauqua Publ1c Schools and IS now assrstant Supermtendent at the County H1ghway Department He IS Pres1dent of the Board of Educat1on M Hewes IS actrve 1n the commumty as Treas urer ol the F1re Department and Pres1dent of the Hose Company FREDERICK E MATTISON Vin' Prrrralvnl 44 West Falconer Street Falconer New York Mr Fredertck Matt1son was elected to the Board ol Educatxon 1n 1942 and IS now V1ce Pres1dent He IS cha1rman ol the Commrttee for AUdll1Hg Assessment and Collectzon f taxes He attended Bemus Pomt and Ken nedy grade schools spent three years 1n Jamestown H1gh School and graduated from Falconer Htgh School Mr Mattlson ts the Dxrector of the Falconer Funeral Home H IS a member of the Fxre Department Chada komn Lodge the Mens Club and the FITS1 Methodtst Church 115 West James Street Falconer New York D W1lber Supervrsmg Prmctpal of the Falconer Pubhc Schools attended Dunktrk Hzgh School He has been the pr1nc1pal slnce 1930 ln add1t1on to th1s responstbrlzty he IS also cha1rman of the Amer1can Red Cross Cha1rman of the AHIEIICGDISITI Com mlttee and Co cha1rman of the Orator1cals of Chautauqua County LAURENCE G DYE 244 East Elmwood Avenue Falconer New York Laurence G Dye was elected to the Board of Educat1on 1n 1942 and IS Cha1rman ot the Athlet1c Counc1l and a member ol the Comm1ttee for Janrtors and Bu11d1ng He ac qutred h1s educat1on tn the Falconer Publ1c School and at present IS Superv1sor for the M1ch1gan L1mestone and Chem1cal Company Bes1des thls he IS a member of the New York State Guard and the F1re Departmen and the Masons Falconer New York Mrs Ella Bader IS the newest member or the Board of Educat1on and lS hmshmg W1l 11am H1tchners term wh1ch exp1res rn 1944 She IS chatrrnan of the v1s1t1ng commrttee and lS a member ol the Teachers and Audrt 1ng Comm1ttees She IS a member ot the South Srde Parent Teachers Assoc1at1on and the Elmwood Avenue Method1st Church Mrs Bader recetved her educat1on lh the Falconer Publrc Schools MR JOHN R HENDERSON 40 West James Street Falconer New York John R Henderson recelved h1s educat1on 1n the Fredon1a Publrc Schools and IS now pany He was elected to the board rn 1943 and hts term exp1res 1n 1946 Mr Henderson 1S a member of the purchas1ng commrttee and 15 also on the commxttees for Jan1tors and Bu1ld1ngs and Aud1t1ng Assessment and Collect1on ol taxes He 1S an act1ve worker w1th the C1v1l A1r Patrol Cadets oi whrch he IS a sergeant MRS FRANCES L PLINE MR RALPH A PETERSON Clmk Aswvianl Clfrk 37 Almet Avenue Falconer New York Mrs Frances L Plme IS now serv1ng her fourth term on the Board of Educatlon She IS clerk of the Board and chatrman of the Teachers Commtttee She was educated tn the Falconer Pub11c Schools and Jamestown Busmess College and at present IS employed as a stenographer Mrs Plme IS an acttve worker 1n Our Lady of Loretto Church and North S1d Parent Teachers Assoctauon 200 Elmwood Avenue Falconer New York Mr Ralph A Peterson attended town Htgh School and completed a course at Jamestown BUSINESS College played at present as a toolmaker Jamestown Metal Equtpment Bemg elected to the board m 1943 he 1s a member of the Purchastng C0mm1ttee and the commlttee for lanttors and Bulldlng He IS a member of the Ofhctal Board and IS a Sunday School teacher at the F1rst Method1st Church James 15 ern at he - . ' Q rl . 'I I - , I I . - I I ' U A A Mr. 4 , I A I ' . . . A I , ,l A , . V , 1 . . I - Vice President of the Clark Hardware Com- . A ' o I A V ' 4 ' - I n I ' . ' , b 4 I I e . . Y , , , , 14 Thnd Row Mr Shoup Mr Alexrs Mr Whxte Dr Wtlber Mr Fenner Mr Hoene Mr Cameron M Ortolano Second Row M Anderson Mtss Thelander Mrs Redtreld Mzss Reno Mrs Wtlder Mrs Crrtoph 'vttss Nevtnger Mtss Brggs Mr Bennett F1rstRow Mrs Davts Mrs lohnson Mrs Turner Nts Secor Mrs Morey Mrs Anderson Mtss Potter GERALD A WILBER Ed M E Supervtstng Prrnctpal Syracuse Umversrty Umversrty of Buffalo HARVEY C FENNER Vtce Prmctpal Scrence Mathemattcs N Y State College to Teachers GUY R BENNETT Dept Head lumor H S Devtslons Fredonla Normal WALTER ALEXIS AB EdM Sctence Houghton College Umverstty of Buffalo LAWRENCE ANDERSON Soctal Studtes Sctence Houghton LILLIAN ANDERSON Commercral Dept Head Plattsburg Normal MARGARET BIGGS Phystcal Educatton Cortland State Teachers College MARY ELLEN BOUTWELL Dental Hygtentst Uruverstty ot Pennsylvama KATE DAVIS Lrbrartan Chautauqua Ltbrary School MARY CRITOPH Art Supervtsor Frecloma Normal MABEN C CAMERON B P E Sprtngtteld College EARLE HOENE Comme-rctal Subtects Whttewater Teachers College MILDRED IOHNSON Soctal Studtes Sctence Cortland Normal BELVA MOREY Sctences Home Econorntcs Enghsh Fredoma Normal EDYTHE NEVINGER Languages Untverslty of Buffalo ANTHONY ORTOLANO Instrumental Mustc Fredoma Normal New York Unuerstty IULIETTE ANDERSON Mustc Supervrsor Fredonla Normal l5 EVELYN RENO Soclal Studt s Mathemattcs Pennsylvanta Teachers College MARY SECOR Health Rochester General Hospttal HARRY I SHOUP Agrtculture Iowa State College ATHALENE THELANDER Home Economtcs Battle Creek College EDNA TURNER English Seton H111 College GONELL WILDER Engltsh Umverstty of West Vtrgtnta STANLEY N WHITE Industrtal Arts Mechamcs Instrtute Rochester ADAH B REDFIELD Engltsh State College for Teachers Albany ELSIE POTTER A M Hrstory N Y State College for Teachers Cornell Umverstty 2 , . 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' I I A ' ,B., A. ., ' Second How Mlss Potter L Mrstretta T Lmdqurst E Naslund C Cuttmg B Carlson R Ortendahl D Newton Mr Alexls First How P Stone N Neathery E Stone S Peterson K lohnson E Bloom qutst D Allen T McMurray THE STUDENT COUNCIL HE Student Counctl IS the student governmg body ot E H S Its 1ur1s d1ct1on extends over all school organtzattons The ttnances ot all clubs are handled by the councrl tn addltlon to the granttng of charters Mem bers are elected lrom each class ID proportlon to the number ol students The Pres1dent IS then elected by the student body from the lrst ol candldates from the Sen1or class Pres1dent Kendall Iohrson Secretary Elrnor Bloomqu1st Vrce Presrdent Sheldon Peterson Treasurer Evelyn Stone Adv1sers MISS Potter Mr Alexls Commlttees Assembly Mur1el Sorman chalrman El Publlctty Donald H1ne chcurrnan Bur mor Bloomqutst Student Councll repre clette Carlson Student Counc1l repre sentatrve sentatlve Athlehc Sheldon Peterson chalrrnan and Awards Ruth Martm charrman Eddte Student Councll representatwe Naslund Student Counc1l representatwe Emanctal Laura Carlson chalrrnan Betty May Eestlval Kendall Iohnson Ruth Mar Tame Myrtle Hanson n l6 t - 3 , 5 - M 4 ' , ' 1 - 1 - 1 T LASSES sei' an oblechve sfandard buf 'rhe real underlying Idea as 1'l1a+ self conlldence comes from honesf ablllfy or aclwlevemenl' In some dlrec hon and from flue self forgeffulness which comes wlih +l'1e exercise of Hua? ablllfy DONALD HINE In Don, we find the genial president of the Senior Class. He enjoys all the good things of life and makes good use of the fact that there are almost three times as many girls as boys in the Senior Class. Don intends to follow in his brother's footsteps by joining the Marine Corps. Good luck to you always, Don. EVELYNN STONE The only feminine candidate for Stu- dent Council President, "Eve" has made a name for herself in F. H. S. She is secretary of the Senior Class, a member of the Dramatics Club, Student Council, School Police, band and orchestra, She works at the Three Gables in Kennedy in her spare time. lf her ambition continues, she is sure to be a success. HARVEY C . FENNER Advisor Mr Fenner, F.H.S.'s Vice Principal, teaches advanced sciences and math. Without his help we would be barely able to struggle along although we had to do without it for a few weeks. Being the Corridors adviser, we owe much to Mr. Fenner. ELSIE POTTER Advisor As history teacher, Miss Potter has taught the pupils to be "speCific". Her help has been most appreciated because she has always been willing to dig in and she is always on the job. Her cheerful- ness is welcomed by everyone. IANETTE BAKER Ianette is a dark-haired attractive young lady with a flare for the unusual. A mem- ber ot the Mi-Y and Dramatics Club, her friendly personality has won her many admirers. When she leaves school there will be a large gap in the ranks of the F, H. S students. ELEANOR CARLSON "Elly" is a young lady who has found plenty to do during her four years in F. H. S. Besides being a member of the C. A. P., she also does her bit in the Mi-Y and Dramatics Club. She is an ardent basketball fan and likes refined young men with no bad habits. Upon graduating, Eleanor hopes to enter Home Economics College and we all hope that her wishes will come true. DOROTHY CLARK Dark hair, dark eyes, a flashing smile -one could go on and on with the many advantageous traits of our Dorothy who hails from Ellington, She is a very mod- est, reserved girl who is sure to be suc- cessful in whatever she undertakes in her later life. DONALD YOUNG The fellow with the black hair, brown eyes, a western drawl and a swell per- sonality is Don Young. Although he is the vice-president of the senior class, sports editor of the "Falcon" and a mem' ber of the C.A.P., "Tex" occasionally finds time to write mystery stories. We all like Don and hope that he will long remember his friends of F. H. S. MURIEL WAITE Muriel is a capable, friendly, fun-loving girl who lives in Kennedy. Studious is she, despite the fact that much of her time must be occupied as treasurer of the Senior Class, member of the Activities Club, Dramatics Club, School Police and Honor Society. "Muir" is fond of music, but hasn't decided definitely what career she will follow. Nevertheless, we are sure success will shine upon her in what- ever she chooses to do. ADA!-I REDFIELD Advisor Mrs. Redfield, our capable English teacher who looks so much like Miss Pot- ter, is a decided asset to F. H. S. Be- sides teaching Iunior and Senior English, she is an adviser for the Falcon Staff and Corridor Staff and is also our Guidance Director. MARYLOU ARMSTRONG An ever-smiling and ever-cheerful Mary- lou adds much to the liveliness and gaiety of the Senior Class. Being of a vigorous nature, she indulges in many sports. She may be recognized by her height, and long, sleek, blond hair. We hope she retains her wholesome outlook on life always IUNE BUTERBAUGH Enthusiastic! Ambitious! Sincerel These are but a few of the many amiable char- acteristics of our Iune Buterbaugh, upon whom one can always depend. Her ready smile gains for her many friends whom she regards as treasures. Keep that op- timistic outlook on life, lune, as it is a great asset to you. LAURA CARLSON Remember the twins in the Senior Play? lf you do, you remember that Laura and her inseparable pal, Betty Io, played the leading feminine roles. Your smiling blue eyes have brought you many friends in F. H. S., Laura, and we all wish you the best of luck in your future years. IRENE CULVER This blonde, vivacious person is a well liked member of the senior class. In addi- tion to her regular school work, Irene is an active member of the Dramatics Club and the Activities Club. Upon graduat- ing, she plans to attend the Stevens Iunior College in Missouri. She will be a long way from home but the best wishes of her friends in F, H. S. will be with her wherever she goes. SHIRLEY DENNISON Although she is very modest and re- served, "Shirl" is a girl with initiative and tact. As her many friends know, she is always willing to lend a helping hand. Upon graduation, she hopes to enter nurse's training. We are with you, Shirley, and know that whatever you undertake will be successful. RICHARD ECKLUND The dark-haired, snappy-looking young gent who is frequently seen escorting young ladies through the halls is "Dick" Ecklund. He is a member of the Choir and Activities Club, and was in charge of the programs for the Senior Play. In his after school hours, Dick holds down a job at the Falconer News Room, He has won many friends in Falconer High and we all wish him the best of luck in his future career. BETTY LOU FRANK A husky, jolly brunette, Betty has won the hearts of all her classmates, and lower classmen as well. Besides being a very studious young lady, she finds time to be plans an active member of the Mi-Y. She after graduation, on training to be a nurse and we are sure Betty's pa- tients will appreciate her presence many times in the future. DOROTHY GUNNELL A petite, blonde, reserved individual is Dorothy Gunnell. She is a member of the Mi-Y, Dramatics Club, and as a con- scientious member of the senior class, we have valued her friendship greatly. Al- though she has not voiced her plans for the future, the best of wishes go with her from F. H. S. FLORENCE HANCOCK Florence is a tall, studious girl, and although rather quiet, she is an active member of the senior class. She belongs to the Mi-Y and Dramatics Club and spends her spare time outside of school as an employee of the Ben Franklin store. We are her friends and will watch with mterest and affection her course through 1 S. MYRTLE HANSON Among the many tall senior girls is Myrtle Hanson. She is a hard-working, ambitious girl who has a well-earned future ahead of her. We wish you the best of luck in your future, Myrtle. BETTY IOYCE JAMES ls there anyone in Falconer High who does not know "Betty lon? She strolls through the halls spreading joy and good cheer, Her many activities include cheer- leading, sports, skating and dancing. As she is very congenial and agreeable, she is certain to be successful in whatever she undertakes in the future, VESTA ELLEMAN This short, good-hearted senior girl, who is "just crazy" about roller-skating, came from Bradford High just this year. She enjoys all sports, both as a specta- tor and a participant. We wish we were acquainted with you, Vesta, as we ad- mire your many amiable characteristics. MARGARET FITZPATRICK As one recognizes by Margaret's last name, she is of Irish origin. However, there is something more than "Blarney" in her talk. She is always smiling, and thus is an indispensable member of our 1944 class, Good luck to you always, Margaret. BARBARA FORBES In this retiring and reticent senior, we find a loyal friend and an ambitious worker. Enjoying the good things of life, she is always happy and never discon- tented. After being graduated, "Barb" intends, as do many other senior girls, to go into nurse's training. We wish you luck, Barbara. VIOLA HALE jolly, athletic and likable-that's Viola. Besides her activities at Falconer High, she is at present an employee of the American Manufacturing Company. Aside from being a patriotic individual, Viola has a very special reason of her own for wanting this War to end soon. Conse- quently, she intends to do her bit by working in an aviation plant upon gradu- ating. HELEN HANSON ln Helen, one finds a good sport and a true friend. She is one of those country lasses, which fact, perhaps, explains her robust nature. She both participates in and referees for intramural games at noon hour, Upon graduation, she intends to P. G., and then, perhaps, she will join the Cadet Nurse's Corps. ROBERT HOUSTON "Bob" is an active and well-liked citi- zen of Falconer High School. It is ob- vious that his favorite sport is football as he has participated in this sport for three of his four years in high school. Besides playing football and carrying on with his studies, Bob somehow finds time to be president of the Sportsmanship Brotherhood, and a good one at that. Al- though he has not voiced his plans for the future, Uncle Sam without a doubt will have something for him. KENDALL IOHNSON Remember "Elmer" in the senior play? That was our Kendall who has a great deal of dramatic talent. "Sam" also has much scholastic and physical ability. As president of the Student Council, he has proved to be very efficient. Upon being graduated, "Sam" plans to enter college tIsn't that right, Beth?l. WILLIAM IOHNSON Blond-haired "Bill" Iohnson has the distinction of being the tallest person in school and also one of the two students who passed the radar test. He is a mem- ber of the Hi-Y, Varsity Basketball squad, and served as stage manager for the senior play, "A Message From Khufuf' We'll all miss his ever-present smile and his friendly personality. Bill plans to join the Navy soon after graduating and we wish him best of luck in this new venture. MARY LARSON This studious and energetic senior who seems to be of a very serious nature has a surprising sense of humor. Mary plans to attend college after being graduated in order to become either an English or history teacher. You have a great deal of ability, Mary, and we hope that you will enjoy everlasting happiness SHIRLEY LINDSKOG This tall, blonde, reserved girl frequent- ly seen with lune Buterbaugh is Shirley Lindskog. She is a pleasant addition to the senior class and besides her other school activities, an important member of the Mi-Y, She intends to start working as soon as school is out with art school in New York City her future goal, Best of luck to you, Shirley. IUNE MARTIN An ever-busy person is our blonde, hazel-eyed lune Martin. She is going to P G. after being graduated. Following that, she has nothing definitely planned. However, with that ever-ready smile, and good-natured attitude, yours is certain to be a happy future. ELEANOR MATTISON Being a person who is always busy, Eleanor never finds any of those "dull moments" in her life, She has a ready smile for everyone. At the present time, she is a long-distance telephone operator. Upon graduation, she intends to continue this work. lust as her voice travels for long distances on the telephone, we know that she will be successful and go a long way in whatever field she enters. RICHARD MEE A well-built athlete, Dick has worked hard on the various teams during his high school career. He wanders through the halls with his good-hearted laughter bringing joy to his many friends. Dick plans to join the Marines. The class of '44 wishes you luck. CHARLES NELSON This young fellow with an unruly mop of sandy-colored, curly hair is known to his many friends as "Chuck". Besides his regular school activities, he has the job of managing the advertising end of the "Falcon's" business. ln his spare time he helps his father with his milk business. Upon leaving F. H. S,, Charles hopes to attend an aircraft machinist school in California. MARILYN LARSON Marilyn is a quiet, dark-haired girl from Ellington and a pleasant addition to the senior class. Besides her school ac- tivities, she is a recreational leader and news reporter in the 4-H Club, After grad- uation, Marilyn hopes to become a Cadet Nurse and we are sure that her thorough but unobtrusive way of getting things done will make her one of the best. DORIS LEYMAN Although Doris is the smallest senior in the class of 44, that does not mean that she doesn't get around. She enjoys dancing, and is very active as a cheer- leader. After graduation, Doris intends to attend beauty school and become a beautician. She will accomplish much in this field as she is a very agreeable and congenial person, HARLAN D LUCE Harland is a robust, good-natured sen- ior who is often seen prowling around the school rendering his invaluable services as a member of the school police force. When not attending school, "Har" works at the Johnson and Bedient service station. Everyone who knows Harland likes him and extends to him the heartiest best wishes. RUTH ANN MARTIN This charming, dark-haired, gracious young lady is the editor-in-chief of our Corridor. Because she is so energetic and capable, she inspires her classmates and co-workers to achievements we thought impossible. However, the labor essential in getting out the Corridor does not prevent our brilliant Ruth from being a member of the Honor Society, Choir, Sportsmanship Brotherhood, Mi-Y, Activ- ities Club, and other organizations. Upon graduating, she hopes to attend the Uni- versity of Cincinnati, We predict a bril- liant future for you, Ruth. GERALD McKEEVER "lerry" McKeever is a very popular senior with a sparkling personality and a winning smile. He is active in the Sports- manship Brotherhood, band, orchestra, and baseball and basketball. ln his after- school hours, "Mac" also holds down a job at the Quality Cash store. Upon grad- uating, he intends to join the Navy. Best of luck to you, lerry. BETTE. NELSON How do you enjoy married life, Bette? This charming young lady has already been wed but will finish her high school career. She is interested in dancing and is Alumni Columnist for the "Falcon". Bette is an active senior whose services we could not do without. We are glad ot have her as one of us, a classmate and a co-worker. IOSEPHINE NOCERO One of the most ambitious and hard- working members of the Senior Class is "losie" Nocero. She is active in many school organizations, especially as editor- in-chief of the "Falcon", We have no doubts that she will succeed in whatever she undertakes because she enters so wholeheartedly into everything that in- terests her. MARGARET OLSON Being of a quiet nature, one hardly realizes when Margaret is present. How- ever, her quietness is not a discredit to her, but is an added attraction. Upon being graduated, she wishes to join the Cadet Nurses' Corps. Knowing Margaret, we are sure that her patients will like, as we do, her sympathetic attitude. BEVERLY OSTRANDER They certainly grow "peaches" in El- lington. "Bev" has truly been an addi- tion to our school with her shining per- sonality and sunny smile. She is vice- president of the Dramatics club, a mem- ber of the Mi-Y, and took part in the sen- ior play, "Elmer and the Lovebug". She's planning to become a Cadet Nurse and we know she'll be one of the best. SHELDON PETERSON Shell is very popular among his many classmates. He has participated in all sports during his high school career. Be- cause he has been so active in his school life, we are sure he will be successful in his Navy life. QHe'll undoubtedly have a "gal" in every port.i LLOYD POWELL A hunting enthusiast and an up and coming farmer is Lloyd Powell. He is president of the F. F. A. and was one of the many talented actors who made the Senior Play the success that it was. His friendly personality has endeared him to all his classmates in F. H. S. l.loyd's main ambition is to attend the Cornell College of Agriculture and we all hope that his wishes will be realized. MARY RIBAUDO This short, dark-haired young lady is a very friendly person. A member of the Mi-Y, her hobbies are dancing and skat- ing. Outside of school, Mary spends her spare time working at the American Monu- facturing Concern. If her wishes are realized next year, she will attend art school in Pittsburgh. WILFRED ROACH Tall, dark and handsome-this is "Wilf" Roach. As president of the Hi-Y, mem- ber of the choir, baseball team and track, Wilfred has made himself invalu- able to our school. He has also become an actor of no mean ability, having been in both the Senior and P.T.A. plays. We are sure his future will be bright and our best wishes go with him. GERALDINE SWANSON Ever smiling and ever sunny is our Geraldine. She is always bubbling over with laughter. When, upon graduation, you join the Cadet Nurses' Corps we know that your smile will brighten many of the lives of your patients. RUTH OLSON Although Ruth is blessed with red hair, we have never seen the temper which by tradition is supposed to accompany it. Her main interest seems to be centered upon the Army. At the present time she is doing scretarial work in an office. She plans to continue in this line of work after graduation. BEVERLY PETERSON Beverly is another one of those girls who, although present, seems unnotice- able. She is always busy with some- thing and upon graduation, she intends to work in a war plant. Then, next fall she desires to enter the Cadet Nurses' Corps. Good luck to you, Beverlyl GLORIA This small, blonde friends in Falconer pleasant personality PLANO girl has won many High School. Her will be missed by the whole school. Gloria loves to dance and skate and besides her school activ- ities, finds time to work at the National Worsted Mills. After leaving school, Gloria hopes to attend business college. She'll make a fine secretary for someone! FLORENCE REYNOLDS As secretary of the Mi-Y, Florence has been very active in its functions. She is very efficient and always ready to co- operate in any way. Upon being grad- uated, Florence hopes to be a telephone operator. Her business-like voice will aid her immensely in this occupation. ROBERT ROACH A member of the Hi-Y and for six years a member of the band is Robert Roach. The school will miss his cheery smile and constant good humor. We feel sure that "Tub" has already made o future for himself as a railroad man and after he has helped deraid the axis, we will ex- pect to see him back in Falconer carry- ing on once again in the Erie Railroad tower. MURIEL SORMAN In Muriel, we find a typical American girl. She enjoys dancing and, as a hob- by, she chooses the collecting of stamps. Her future ambition is to go to a school at New York City to learn to become 'a buyer. With that, you could make a bar- gain with anyone. We wish you luck, Muriel. HARRYETTE SWANSON "Butch" is a blond-haired, ambitious young woman with lots of friends. She is a member of the Mi-Y and participates in intramurals. She is the only girl this year to attempt to brave the mysteries of Physics. Her plan for the future is to be- come a nurse and with her friendly, sym- pathetic personality, we are sure she will make a good one. Best of luck to you, Harryette. RONALD SWEET Ronald is a big good natured fellow A star football player Tinys mighty frame presents a formidable obstacle to those who challenge the squad of FHS Besides football he is active in baseball track and the FFA of which he was president last year and has been a mem ber for three years Good luck to you Ronald IRENE VANTILBURG lrene is another of those working girls from the Senior Class She spends her afternoons and Saturdays behind he counter at Murphys five and ten lrene is noted for her hair dos whlch are verv becoming to her After finishing htgh school Irene intends to continue clerkmg IAMES WEBSTER This tall lanky young fellow who does a great deal of hunting frshmg and trap ping has one main interest Vtrainral Upon being graduated Iim l1ke many other boys intends to become one f Jncle Sams sailor boys We are with you lim ana wish you the best of luck BETH WILLIAMS It is plain to see that this charmin songbird s main interest is music Bethy has been secretary of the band for two years and a member for four years B sides being a faithful member of the band she rs a memoer of the orchestra choir quartette and Sportsmanship Brotherhood We re sure that this energetic young lady has a successful future in store for her MORTON WILLIAMS Morton Williams is Falconer High s one and only amateur strategist Besides pur suing this unusual pastime, the 11 le man with the big smile" is also an en- thusiastic history student and a basket- ball player. Upon graduating, "Mort" hopes to become an officer in the Army and we're all sure he'll make a good one. ali IAMES THOMPSON Iames is a man who is not afraid to say what he thinks Th1S fair haired mem ber of our senior class belongs to the Activities Club and plays intramural bas ketball lim was one of the two stu dents in FHS who passed the radar test given during the Wlnter Further in formation may be secured by asking Miss Bertha Watth ROSEMARY WALKER Although Rosemary hails from a rural district she does not intend to stay there after being graduated She hopes to go to night school and become a secretary Rosemary 1S one who realizes and makes use of the importance and need of the small things of life and therefore she is very content CORA WEILER Cora is another person who lives in rural district and she intends to remain te-re tact she ts the only gir in the Ag class Her sole ambition is to be a farmer for maybe a farmer s Wifel She is often seen wlth Lloyd Powell but we understand that there s a Rtchard rt the Navy concerned somewhere CLOVER WILLIAMS Breathes there a soul in F H S wh does not know Clover7 If there is any one we can arrange an introduchon right away Clover is a lovely little lass witn brown eyes and brown hair who prob ably has broken many a heart of the op posite sex She IS very active in all sports and art work and is known as a nffty dancer MEMOIRS OF THE CLASS OF 44 HE SEHIOTS have the1r memolrs These dont conslst ot therr hrst lnvestrnents rn large stock or the sudden lnherttance of a m1ll1on dollars or other thrngs that happen to famous people but of thrngs more common to most ot us ln therr Freshman year they remember dorng about the usual thrngs They elected then offrcers Presrdent Lors Mrles Cwho later moved and Richard Ecklund reolaced herb lune MQTTIH v1ce pres1dent and secretary treasurer Murlel Sorman They had the usual skatlng party at the usual place Celoron Park Just typrcal school k1dS Then the1r Sophomore year rolled around Thrs year saw almost no actton at all except the choostng ot therr offlcers as follows President Sheldon Peterson vlce presxdent Murlel Wa1te secretary lune Martrn treasurer Laura Carlson Soon they became lumors m1sch1evous llvely carefree Iunlor They called one part1cular teacher Hubert they brought new carrots and celery and munched durrng Lngllsh class But to see them on the stage 1n a Hrstory play would make one realize these prank were but for the moment Followmg thls were the numerous Iuruor dances and flnally the long awalted lu'11or Senlor Banquet Twas then that the grrls came out 1n all thelr flowery freshness as well as the boys wlth the1r grown up att1tudes Durlng that year Kendall lohnson held the ottlce ol presxdent Irene VanT1lburg vlce pres1dent Betty Frank secretary treasurer Today these self same students are Sentors grown taller IH wlsdom as well Us stature They are almost ready now to go out to meet a waltlng world Some already have left Douglas Barker Gaylord Swanstrom and Morton Wllltams have entered the armed forces Whrle they are yet rn school We flnd that they stlll have elected the1r ofhcers Don Htne IS presldent Donald Young IS vzce pres1dent Elelyn Stone IS secretary and Murrel Wa1te IS treasurer You ve seen dogwood trees growrng along the roads? These Senlors qurte renowned and d1st1nctly or1g1nal have chosen 1ts blossom tor thelr flower WOTk1Hg Today tor a Better Tomorrow as the1r class motto and blue and whlte are thelr class colors Then too they presented two one act plays entltled Elmer and the Love Bug and Message from Khufu After the casts and the commrttees had recovered from the tlu ep1dem1c they all went to what was called the play supper Thls year they aga1n at tended the Iumor Semor Banquet but thrs ttme as guests rather than hosts Good luck and Gods speed SGHIOTS THE POST GRADUATES kwa I Lodestro M Lawrence C Peterson L Brakernan C O Anderson 23 THE CLASS CF '45 OFFICERS Presrdent Rrchard Nunn Vrce Presrdent Ioyce Hrne Secretary Gene Bloomqulst Treasurer Dorothy Forbes Advrsers Mrss Nevrnger Mr Cameron son W Cheney R Walker N Norberg R Luce L Plano Second Row G Peterson I Ognxbene I Rlbaudo D Gustafson I Peterson R MSSSIHG E BlOOmqU1Sl C P1azza H Swanson S Hale D Brersworth F1rstRow I Iull B Morey M Kennedy G Bloom qulst I Hlne D Dunn D Forbes I Nrles M Smlth Mlss Nevlnger Tlurd Row I DeMarco E Buck W Fee G Carlberg M Phllhps R Sprague R Ander son M Roach R H1ne L Bennett M Carnahan Mr Cameron Second Row I Bondr I Ferraro M Anderson K Colburn O Carlson E Short A Delahoy S Palmen E Clyde N Pattr H Leburg C Short First Row I Wald D Lyon B Clark F Crrrncrone G Iohn son, R Crapo, K HGWKIHS, I Tltus, L l:ranc1s, P Nelson, D Kolstee 24 Third Row: R. LeRoy, V. Lombardo, R. Lund, A. Giordon, L. Gallaher, E. Naslund, R. Ioseph- THE CLASS OF '46 OFFICERS Presldent Burdette Carlson Vrce Pres1clent Donald Coe Secretary Treasurer Barbara Peterson Advlsers Mr Hoene Mlss BIQQS Fourth Row Mr Hoene R Shllllflg R Lawson A Edstrom F Alken L Hartson W New ton D Segerhn C Lawson H Bennett N Doud Thlrd Row D Wakeheld W Staton mando R Iohnston P McCullough R Blrd Second Row G Gustafson B Swanson M Sears I Young M VanBuren I McChesney I Webster I McMurray M Coll1ns P Palmer1 R Fadale R Gustafson Flf5t Row A Olson P Ognlbene R Malta V Gaeta D Coe B Carlson B Peterson C Walte M Seekmgs M F1tzpatr1ck A Contl Fourth Row L Walrod H Carlberg I Schwartz R Schultz F Schell R Hme I Hall R Calhhan W Sorenson K Burch C Keller Thlrd Row R Coleson H Penhollow V D1Q1fOlGmO I Culver R WlllS19 D Nelson F Calfoe M Muscarella S D1g1rolamo P Gowcm L Mtstretta E Koresko Second Row A Clark S Rtbaudo K Ruckman M Ecklund L Leyrnan B Wallace I Rogerson D Spauldmg C Fcnrbanks C Cuttmg M Hanson R Peterson First Row L Dunmng C Iohnson R Fraz1er N Walker B Sme B Louge A W1lder I Trummer B Wa1th 25 I' .. 5 5 : . , . ' ' , . , , , . ' , . , . - F. Smith, G. Bralceman, D. Wilson, M. Nelson, H. Harrington, I. Reed, I. Funcell, D. Rai- . , . A . , , , . , , , . I , - , . , . , . 4 , . l , , - I , . I. I ' , . , . ' . I . 1 - 1 - I - I . I , . ' , . . : , , . ' , . , l , . , . , . , . I , . I , - I , . , . I , . , , I , THE CLASS OF '47 OFFICERS Pres1dent Don Andrews VICE Pres1dent Lo1s Peterson Secretary Treasurer Iosephlne AISSSI AdV1SGTS Mr Alexls Mr Bennett Fourth Row M Cornell H Peterson I P1azza C Wlgren W Iohnson R Evert Mr Alexls Thmrd Row L Calabrese B Iohnson S Fontl N Torsell D Ecklund H Ranck G Wa1te P Sharp L Lund A Iohnson S Heath P Carlson L Anderson P Stone A VanT1lburg M Stearns P Beebe L Adler F1rstRow B Phetteplace F Larson R Randall G Iohn son B Cook M Nelson B Dahl L McGee Fourth Row T Ognlbene D Seeley G Wxlllams Mr Bennett G Shures M Murch H Benson E Cannon I Bardo D Oaks R POl1ZZ1 D HOpk1nS E Luce Tlurd Row W Gr1fl1n P Lundqulst L Carlson R He1ntzman M Ball R Roberts R Muscarella D Wal rod M Stanton L Ceresa P Sturns D Unger D Short Second Row F Elardo G Ceresa B Evans D Clark I Chase I CITIHCIOHG D Verquer L Lodestro D Sm1th H Smock S Bennett B McCullor R Peterson First Row A Augusta P Whattler B Day G Anderson S Brown L Peterson D Andrews I Aless1 C Becker M Iohnson F Fran ces M Nelson 26 . .....,..,..... ....,,.... . , . B. Ortendahl, L. Sischo, F. Dennison, A. Gregory, R. Hudson. Second Row: D. Newton . . , . , . . : . , . , . , . - . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : I - I 4 , - I - . . - 5 - I . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' THE CLASS OF 48 Teachers Mrs Wllder Mrs Iohnson ' URS Thlrd Row I McMurray C Hanson R Stearns R Eccles R Fargo G Hunt Mrs W1lder F Glarnbeluca C Haley F Srmth H Beardsly D F1sl'1er Second Row H Stearns M Marsh R Olson R Hoaglund I Newton G Pol1zz1 M Newton E Wensley L Lodestro D Barker E Enckson F W1ll1ams F1rstRow C Zetterrnan E Edlngton L Cox M La tona D Smlth I Felanzo N Cavender P Edtngton S Nelson M Vrves Thlrd Row D Nelson B Cameron D Forsberg H Ball F Ed on D Olson Mrs Iohn son M Studd D Cavender B Mee B Lawson D Webster Second Row R Buck S McGee C Dxcklnson I Hewes I Sorenson D Allen P McCall S Iones D DeBell R LeRoy K Hopkrns Ftrs! Row M Shoup I Peterson N Iosephson M Clark M An derson R Naslund L Seekmgs D Clark M Stahlrnan E Blaze 27 THE CLASS OF '49 Teachers Mrs Morey Mrss Reno Fourth Row H Beardsley G Sanderson I Alken R Iohnson L Becker B Bavor B Stahley B Fargo L Saxton I Swanson D Glddy H Coe Thlrd Row W Srnrth F Crespy I VanT1lberg I Delahoy T Llndberg T Lmdqulst E Holrnqurst H Rounds R I Fontr B Walrod E Hlll G Tramrner B Ogren H Swanson A Rumlano T Rrgby F1rstHow L Burch E Smrth N Brunson L Studd Mrs Morey M Palmerl M Culver B Iohnson M Blood I Peterson Fourth Row D Stearns W Brunson W Tedesco MISS Reno L Lloyd L Ferrara W Cam eron Fl Phne Thlrd Row R Sweet B Shoup A Macormac D Fmch M Cornell R Ol son A Holrnberg R Balg D Anderson D Gaeta W Dlbble L Baker C Scholeno Sec ond Row E Kelley E Haley I Anderstrorn P Calhhan M Cheney D Hudson M Fee B Lloyd B Roach B Gustafson M Dahl L Nel on I Morley F1rstRow L De-Wyne E Walrod R Webster P McM1llen N Neathery I Randall C Oakes I Wrrght F Peter son M Allen D Walker G Logue 28 l 1 " af l Catfoe,.!I. 'Wallace, R. Woodard. Second Row: Ml Howard, Hale, D. Mason., S. Kimhall NRICHMENT +hrough self expres slon IS +he arm of 'rhe ex+ra curricular pupils of Falconer Hugh School for self expressuon IS anoiher form of enruchmenf of experience +ha'r as educa honally lmporfanl' ac+ivi'ries, which are afforded fo +he THE FALCON STAFF OFFICERS Editor-in-Chief ................ I. Nocero Assistant Editor-in-Chief. . ,Charles Nelson Assistant Editor-in-Chief ..... Bette Nelson Advisers ........, Mrs. Redfield, Mr. Shoup Business Manager .......,..... Don Hine HE Falcon functions as the official newspaper of Falconer High. lt is published twelve times yearly, The staff collected money and sent gifts to the servicemen of l943. Students are aided in their study of journalism by being on its staff. Third Row: G. Peterson, D. Hine, C. Nelson, Mr. Shoup. Second How: S. Hale, H. Hanson, B. Nel- son, D. Spaulding, V. Gaeta. First Row: l. Rodgerson, G. lchnson, C. Williams, E. Bloomquist, M. Smith. Seated: I. Nocero, Mrs. Redfield. Third Row Mrs Redfield Mrs Critoph Mr Fenner F' Caffoe K lohnson G Peterson Second Row G Johnson M Smith M Hanson F Reynolds M Olson J Buterbaugh B Williams F1rstRow C Williams E Bloomquist Ft Martin S Peterson M Phillips THE CORRIDOR STAFF Assistant Editor in Chief Elinor Bloomquist Advisers Mrs Redfield Mrs Business Manager Sheldon Peterson Critoph Mr Fenner HIS is the group that edits the annual publication of the school yearbook The Assistant Editor in Chief and the Assistant Business Manager are chosen in their iunior year and automatically become Editor in Chief and Business Manager in their senior year By their hard effort the staff has produced a record of the ole school days 30 3, Editor-in-Chief ............,, Ruth Martin Assistant Editor-in-Chief. .Maurice Phillips THE HI -Y OFFICERS Presrdent Wrlfred Roach Treasurer Wallace Fee NICE Pres1dent Rlchard Iosephson Advrsers Mr Anderson Mr Alexls Secretary Lee Gallaher Mr Fenner REATING marntcunmg and extendrng throughout the school and comrnunrty hrgh standards of Chrrstlan character the H1 Y fulflls 1ts a1m The actlvrtres conslst of dlscusston outslde speakers pro1ects movte and selectmg delegates for conferences and for the New York State model assembly at Albany Thxrd Row Mr Alexrs R Roach Mr Fenner R Sprague B Carlson Second Row R Ecklund G Peterson W Iohnson M Phrlltps Mr Anderson Fxrst Row W Fee R Iosephson W Roach L Gal laher is Ftrs! Row I Baker B Morey D Lyon Mtss Nevmger M Hanson B Forbes I Martm F Reynolds Mrss Potter I Trtus P Hawkms E Carlson M Olson Second Row S Hale R Olson I Iull V Elleman D Forbes G Swanson B Frank I Culver C Vlftlhams M Sorman R Martm D Kolstee R Walker M Kennedy B Ostrander Thxrd RowI Buterbaugh D Gustafson R Messrna C Prazza F Hancock M Anderson B Iames E Bloomqu1st I Hrne G Bloomqu1stS Lmdskog M Armstrong R Crapo B Clark THE MI Y OFFICERS Presrdent Iune Martlr' Treasurer Myrtle Hanson Vrce Presrdent Barbara Forbes Scnbe Ruth Olson Secretary Florence Reynolds Aclvrsers Mrss Potter Mtss Nevrnger ROMOTING frtendshrp co operatron and hrgh standards of Chrrstran character thrs organlzatron attarns tts goal The act1v1t1es thls year were very numerous consrstrng of projects parttes speakers and dlscussrons The hrghllghts are centered upon the Prelrmrnary Assembly at Freclonla and Western New York Conference at Whtch delegates are sent to represent the Falconer M1 Y organ1zat1on 31 ,. , . , . .... , , . , , - 4 . , , . by f Y f , ' ,.. , ,- , - .V ,- . V . - .V , - . - f - . V .- f. , - . , V f - ....... .. , l - 1 - , 1 . , f 1 V THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Prestdent W1lfred Roach Advlsers Dr Wtlber M ss Potter Secretary Treasurer Shtrley Denmson HE Theta X1 Chapter of the lNat1onal Honor SOCIGIY 15 composed of students selected 1n the latter part of thetr Iunlor year on the basis of scholarshtp servlce leadersh1p and character The membership ls ltmlted to not more than hfteen per cent of the class Speclal pr1v1leges are granted the members Proyects for the hbrary Work concernmg scholarsh1ps and other matters not delegated to any specthc organlzatton a e undertaken by the SOCIGIY Second Row Mrs Potter S Peterson K Iohnson r W1'ber xrst Row H Norm M Natte Hoach 5 Oenmson M Hanson 93' -.a new ?!l' Thxrd Row Mr Alexls S Barnes Dr Wtlber M Carnahan Mr Bennett Second Row Hme Luce A Gtordon E Stone M Wa1te Fnstliow M Phillip H Marttn K Iohn on S Pe erson THE POLICE COURT OFFICERS L,h1eI Sheldon Peterson Aavt e s Mr Bennett Dr Wrlber Iudges Ruth Mart1n Kendall Mr Alex1s Iohnson Maurlce Phtlhp HE 1ud1c1al department of the school government 1 the pol1ce court lt IS composed of the pol1ce ofhcers three judges and one faculty member The purpose of the court 1s to estabhsh throughout the student body dlscrphne cleanllness and honesty Cases concern1ng students QIVGU IICKEIS by othcers are trted each week and sentences tmposed upon those found gu1lty 32 J , , ' ' .-- , . I ' P Ig m . - -, I T , It ' 34, . I X A WI I . I A 'X tfg , . I II, .- I D f ' - r I C Au! ...A T - I I C . ' I J' 4 I in ' .. i GC 'I 6 I ' U - , ' , QI W III ,uf T , fl n I , - - m 7, -. ' ur' 'I P ,W , , I ' , T N tell 'I . ' g I Nl! r ' 4 . ' ' . V w I Q II -I I ' o H a A u - .. ' I I. I I un ,HC C - :E , II I I IL A I I I ,-. , I I - - PH 'E I i 2 , I a THE RED CROSS OFFICERS Chalrman Tune Buterbaugh AdV1SeT Mr Bennett Treasurer Marlanne Collm HIS year the members of the Red Cross have exerted themselves even more fully than before and so were of sttll greater value than before IH our war effort They collected money blood etc and d1str1buted clothmg Third How H Fargo H Hme Mr Bennett V Dtgoralmo Second Row H Stearns B McCullor D Lvons M Smith P Calllhart R Hudson FIYSE Row A Rarramo M Stearns M Collln l Buterbaugh A Olson I Morley Third Row Mr Hoene G Strmson R Mee G McKeever M Ph1ll1ps R Hme I Culver Mr Cam eron Second Row D Newton D Kolstee I H1ne R Martm F Reynolds M Watte B Wxlltams C Wtlltams First Row R Peterson L Leyman S Barnes R Houston P Ogmbene H Swanson THE SPORTSMANSHIP BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS Presldent Robert Houston Secretary Treasurer Paullne Ognlbene VICE Presxdent Stuart Barnes Advlsers Mr Hoene Mr Cameron HIS worthy orgamzatton has done much to foster and spread the Splfll of sportsman shtp and good c1t1zensh1p Each year the club awards to a Sen1or glrl medals for achrevements ln these ftelds 33 1 f - 1 V Q , . an ,vat v 1' 1- . . . . , . , . , . . , . , , , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . . A I THE FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS Presrdent El1nor Bloomqulst Secretary Treasurer Marranne Coll1n V1ce Presldent Iune Buterbaugh Advlser Mrss Nevmger HE members emoy makmg full use cmd extendlng therr knowledge ot the French lan guage at every meetmg Games stones plays songs m French arouse mterest m France and 1ts people m th1s club that be1ng 1ts a1m Second Row C Osgood F Coffoe R Crapo M Sm1th R Martm G Osgood G Peterson First Row M VanBuren M Collm I Buterbaugh E Bloomqulst M1ssNevmger M Larson an ,-Pyz, lund R Houston D Young Third Row I Baker E Stone N Pattr R Fadale F Cmnctone Mrs Wrlder I Buterbaugh G Iohnson M Smrth I Htne M Armstrong Second Row M Olson D Leyman R Walker I Rtbaudo A Contx I Ogmbene C Pa Z1 M Collms D Gunnell E Clyde M Larson D Kolstee E Bloomquxst Fxrst Row M Ecklund L Leyman R Messma M Kennedy B Ostrander C Wllhams M Walte I Martm V Gaeta R Marta P Ogmbene THE DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS Pres1dent Clover W1ll1GmS Treasurer Iune Martm Vlce Presldent Beverly Ostrander Advlser Mrs Wllder Secretary Mur1el WG1lS HE purpose of the Dramatlcs Club IS the producuon of plays and the development of dramat1c Qb1l1f1SS The members are reqmred to partrclpate 1n some plays and work wxth make up and propert1es 34 a 1 A ' ,, J c N3 ' r ,L N i I V - T 2 , Fourth Row: F. Caffoe, L. Gallaher, D. Hine, F. Reynolds, I. Trummer, R. Martin, M. Sorrnart, R. Eck- THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS President ..,.,.,,..,....... Lloyd Powell Treasurer .,...........,. Richard Walker Vice-President .........,. Gerald Osgood Adviser ..,.,.,....,.,.....,., Mr. Shoup Secretary , . . . , ,,,., ,, , Cora Weiler HE Future Farmers of America serves as a medium through which the students of our school interested in farming, may learn proper and better methods of farming. During the past year, they have participated in the various county activities, such as poultry judging and cattle judging, put forth for the students, in which they have shown themselves truly good farmers worth much recognition. Third Row: R. Benson, R. Sweet, G. Carlberg, D. Wilson, M. Nelson, K. Burch, L. Walrod, L. Ceresa, A. Gregory. Second Row: R. Gustafson, D. Wakefield, G. Gustafson, G. Shures, C. Stewart, C. Weller, E. Cannon, N. Torsell, L. Sischo, F. Dennison, W. Griifin. First Row: M. Ball, N. Norburg, A. Clark, G. Osgood, L. Powell, H. Anderson. Y Fifth Row R Mee E Naslund G Stimpson R Ecklund V Digirolamo L Gallaher R Hlne B Carlson D Hine Fourth Row H Carlberg R Hnuston D Lyon L Carlson I Trummer D Wilson stee B Morey M Kennedy R Malta V Gaeta I Hine K Iohnson L Plano Second Row D Ley man I Martin B Peterson C Waite L Leyman M Ecklund E Bloomquist B Martin P Ognibene I Culfer C Williams First Row l Culver V Lombardo B Iarnes Mr Cameron M Sorman S Digirolamo THE ACTIVITIES CLUB OFFICERS President Vincent Lombardo Secretary Treasurer Betty Iame Vice President Sam Digirolamo Advisers Miss Biggs Mr Cameron HE Activities Club purpose is to back and support all school activities and to stimulate social life in the school The members meet every week to dance play games and organize new and different activities 35 . .JA n if , R Lendy, D. Niimi, I. Thompsonp 1. DeMarco, '1., Mist'retIta.- Third' Row: s. Peterson, B. Weiih, D. Koi: THE GIRLS GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Presldent Lola Leyman EMBERS of the Glee Club helped rn the Operetta Whtle some sang 1n the chorus others danced to the plrlted mus1c of Spam A few even had solo dances that were very graceful and well lllced by the aud1ence Thlrd Row S Brown M Iohnson I McChesney G McMurray M Stanton Mrs Anderson M Han son H Randall M Nelson F Francts C Becker Second Row B Phetteplace S Bennett R Mus carella I Ogmbene N Pattx R Ftclale A Contl A Vanttlbura M Stearns Fl Peterson First Row B Day A Olson L Leyman I Chase F Larson M Larson F Crrmctom R M ta I Aless1e L Peterson Thud How B Olson W Cameron D Webster L Lloyd C Hanson R Hudson L Gallaher W Brun son B Ralg B Peterson F Smith L Baker Second How D Barker B Roach D Clark P McMll 1 an M Hanson Mlss Reno M Nelson C Colburn C Huclcman D Anderson First Row M Dahl B Llo d M Palme H W b t y Tl e ser Pl Fadale H Swanson D Hudson B Gustafson THE BIBLE STUDY CLUB OFFICERS Presrdent Lee Gallaher Treasurer Rodney Hudson VICE Presldent Calv1n Hanson Advlser Secretary Romame Peterson Mlss Reno HE Btble Club has been orgamzed 1n Falconer I-hgh School for the purpose of becom lng more Iam1l1ar wlth the b1ble and IIS characters The members of the Brble Club have the opportunxty to work for awards Our club IS a member of a Bible lnst1tut1on located at Ph1ladelph1a The lnstructor has been tralned to teach B1bIe Clubs for young Iolks and IS reglstered Wllh Ph1Iadelph1a The clubs enjoy partles one of wh1ch we had on Valentlne s day 36 t S a I I . 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'I' THE OUARTETTE OFFICERS Dlrector Vlncent Lombardo Accompamst Ruth Mart1n HE Quartette has d1 tmgulshed rtsell as an outstandmg teature of the February con cert Under thelr own dlrector Chlnks Lombardo they choose thelr own muslc mak mg thelr own arrangements Thrs group has also contnbuted to P T A and other meetlngs Thelr entertamment IS one of great demand Seated B Martm Standmg V Lombardo B Warth B Wrlltams K lohnson 1'-f:.'P1 Fourth Row M Phlllrps I Webster H Carlberg W Roach S Pet rson F Catfoe B Lawson C Lawson L Adler Thxrd Row H Bennett M Studd B Ecklund K Iohnsan L Gallaher V Lom bardo Mrs Anderson Second Row M Sorman R Craoo K Hawkms M Smtth M Armstrong C Iohnson B Iames K Ruckman S Hale Fxrst Row C Wllltams B Wrlltams I Rtbaudo C Prazza V Gaeta B Wazth P Ogmbene B Peterson THE CHOIR OFFICERS Pres1dent Ruth Mart1n L1brar1ans Kendall lohnson Sheldon Secretary Treasurer Beth Wtllxam Peterson Vmcent Lombardo Accompanlst Ruth Martln Dlrector Mrs Anderson ECAUSE of the flu the Vesper SSFVICQ la t December was cancelled ln 1lS plac the cho1r together Wtth the Iunror Class presented an Operetta 1n March entltled The Belle of Barcelona Many ol the members had speakmg parts and the rest were ln the chorus The cholr also took part ln the concert presented tn February 37 8 Y ld j l 2 S l ,M I L f C r fW + Y N l 1 J 1 , X ti ill l l CQ , L L .U uf M., L THE BAND OFFICERS President .............. Gerald McKeever Librarians ...... Donald Unger, Donald Secretary ,.,.............. Beth Williams Forsberg Director ................,.. Mr. Ortolano N Thursday, February l7th, the Band took up the modern side of music in the concert presented on that date. Besides the concert, the Band, cluring the year played at sports events. They also helped give a contingent of volunteers a royal send-off. Fifth Row: R. Sprague, H. Carlberg, V. Lombardo, G. McKeever, Mr. Ortolano, R. Shultz, R. Coleson, M. Roach, R. Roach, E. Naslund. Fourth Row: B. Williams, V. Clark, I. Sorenson, S, Heath, E, Stone, W. Stanton, L. Lloyd, R. Heintzman, R. Nunn, H. Peterson. Third Row: C. Iohnson, B. McCullor, M. Van Buren, G. Brakernan, D. Forsberg, H. Leburg, R. Peterson, L. Gallaher, W. Fee. Second Row: F. Catfoe, I. Hewes, M. Shoup, S. Iones, B. Lawson, D, Webster, D. Unger, R. Shoup, S. Calabrese, D, Lyons, C. Osgood. First Row: L. Leyman, B. Peterson, M. Ecklund. Fourth Row Mr Ortolano H Peterson L Gallaher H Carlberg R Sprague E Naslund R Cole son Third Row M Roach C Iohnson M Smith R Heintzman V Lombardo E Stone W Stanton D Unger C Lawson H Bennett R Nunn Second Row G McKeever B Williams B McCullor M Ecklund M Hanson S Heath M Stanton S Hale D Forbes I Hine First Row D Lyons F Cat Niles Seated R Martin THE ORCHESTRA OFFICERS President Richard Nunn Librarlans Clifton Lawson Mary Hanson Secretary Dorothy Forbes Director Mr Ortolano HE Music of the Nations was the theme of the concert in which the Orchestra took part last February The Orchestra also co operated with the dramatic ability by play ing for numerous plays and other programs 38 toe, I. Newton, L. TXnderson,'L. 'DeWyne, Peterson, B. Roach, L. Saxton, L. Adler, M, Ilatona, IT ELF ACTIVITY IS l'l1e basls of learn fo flue sfudenl' wlwefher I+ be foofball baskefball baseball or lraclc physical eclucahon as fhe classroom sfresses menlal educahon ing: +l'1us, +l'1e sporl field emphasizes Tal fame 0 fl z uae- 1 Cul., l r-JH Gad FOOTBALL Cenke. f 'Te 1 Guard Giffa H A.fh mar mr G13 .ll ankle Jac... Ha M Q Guard S Dunkirk 6 Jamf2sfown15 Gowanda 7 Warren Z7 Lakewood? Frcdoma 21 Lakcwoocm 19 Standing H Penhollow D Coe V Lombardo R Nunn G Sumson Coach Cameron R M e I Ferraro R Hme I Culver Kneelmg W Iohnson I DeMarco F Gatto S Peterson V DIQIYOIGITIO K Iohnson E Naslund THE 1943 44 BASKETBALL TEAM Captam Sheldon Peterson Manager R1chard Mee Coach Maben C Cameron FHS OPP 31 Olean Warren Lakewood DUHk1Ik Mayv111e Prewsburg 35 24 27 24 20 THE 1943 44 SCHEDULE F H S OPP 54 Fredoma 22 Iamestown Warren Sllver Creek Westfxeld Dunklrk 26 13 21 32 23 33 37 6 42 36 40 F H S OPP 38 24 nandolph Fredoma Iamestown SIIVG' Creek Wesiheld Gowanda 52 35 21 36 28 A X, - fx , ' . " 1, - P13 YQ X: I, I F X .,., Ik.. BFA' I ,L uhm' Q A.H ,b 'I eww n E J FEI aw E J I G Q I rt -f mis X ,A JW an LV .- NI. I MI, 1 I I , I B i SCHEDULE J '- 343' ' GPR EH I Qi' If A ' 0 lf, we Q L 1? I gg WHL. P6 '34 -I ' ? " " IIIIIP1 A A - A 'W PN - 24 59 43 24 36 May May May May May May 2-Cassadaga 5-At Cherry Creek 9-At South Dayton l2-Forestville l6-At Silver Creek l7-At Lakewood THE BASEBALL TEAM SCHEDULE: May May May May May Iune 19 23 24 26 29 2.7 --At Cassadaga --Cherry Creek -Lakewood eSouth Dayton -At Forestville Silver Creek Second Row: K. Iohnson, D. Young, A. Glordan, Coach Cameron, F. Gatto, V. Lombardo I Culver First Row: I, DeMarCo, D. Hlne, R. Sweet, Fl. Nunn, V. Digxrolarno, S. Peterson E Naslund Third Row K Iohnson B Iames R Houston I Martm I Ferraro I Truznmer Second Row W Roach E Stone M Sorman S Peterson C Wtlharns I Culver M Armstrong V Drgrrolamo Fxrst Row C Iohnson R Ecklund E Bloomqurst L Mrstretta B Wmlltarns D Hrne R Martm I Mclieever F Rey nolds V Lombardo THE BADMINTON TEAMS 41 THE CHEERLEADERS Second Row E Bloomquisi First Row I Hme B Iumes R Peterson D Leymcn M Kennedy THE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS Captain B Icxmes 42 Second How: E. Stone, H, Swanson, M. Sormqn, M.Armstrong, S. Dennison, Miss Biggs. First Row B. Nelson, C. Williams, B. Icimes, I. Martin, C. Weiler. l THE GIRLS' SOCCER CO-CHAMPIONS Captains .......,............. Mary Lou Armstrong, Muriel Sorman Second How: H. Hanson, R. Messina, D. Kolstee, C. Iohnson, M, Armstrong, C. Cutting, C. Williams, R. Fidale. First Row: E. Bloornquist, I. Hine, B. Iames, M. Sorman, S, Dennison, H. Swanson. Fourth Row Miss Biggs Third Row I Hall C Fairbanks M Armstrong I Hme L Dunning Sec ond How S Heath B Iames C Cutting First Faw C Williams THE GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Captain Clox er Williams 43 Y .. AUTOGRAPHS HIS sechon IS clevoled lo +he brlng mg back of memorles +o all who man far away remembers The plcfures he saw here and we hope lhal lhose who leave lhns year will re1'am lhe mem orles broughl' 'forlh on These pages leave Falconer High School. The service F. H. S. PRESENTS FRANK SINATRA CIRJ Voicevfliendall Johnson Rhythm-Chinks Lombardo Build-Shell Peterson Fyes Don Young Hatr Wtllred Roach Teeth Blchard Ecklund Gr n Don Htne Fat lou Athletrc Ltonlzed Co Ill o 1 an Out of thts J orld N fel Energettc Rated ldtah Hut torous IUCJGTIIOJIS Glorllred Hor logeneous Scholarly Colossal Hanfy Orrgrnal On tte meant Loved by all IN THE CRYSTAL BALL Buth Marttn Tex Young Be y a 1 s Beth Wtlltartr Kendall John on Shell Peterson Brll Johnson Laura Carlson Josle Nocero Charles Nelson eonne d Arc f ne Cfrex Zasu ljltt Lrly Pans Q rar es Beard Governor Dewey Aloe L ncoln Walter Wrncltell secretarx Hedda Hopper Charles Boyer Florence Beynolds Fran s Perlans Mary Brbaudo Barbara Foroes Dons Leyrnan Eve Btone Morton W1ll1a1r1 Helen Hanson Bette lvelson Kate Smlth Florence lmghtrngale Bosre the Btveter Qdt Krd Barnacle Brll lVlrsJ Zavter Cuaat lvhss Amer Ca ol l94Ll N YW, ' C, ,-C 1 S op lt A-L LU7 O. r . - , l ', r LF. . T , lt l . , J M ' fi , . A Ca ' tt J rr e , , . . A Clover Vtfilliatns , . , . Vera West . rs . , 'l l Q JN , . . . . . , 1 N, . , . , , A ' 'z ' 1 . I Q , 1 I . A A L 46 SUNRISE The sun rose htgh above a plot Vtfhrch lap tn furrow deep Ana lrorn w1th1n a tnnber lot Th o rds began to peep A ltttle ta rnhouse fhtte and Q reen Gltst nlng beneath the sun oornoleted thts pastoral Scene As nothtna Could have don And near tts weat ter beaten door A WVLCOME ttat dtd la! Extendvno ae tn aayw belore A greettna wa rn and qdy Not lor 3 aao a yodnj youtn Nalked Curt t that lrrendly door Not lon J a go he turned and talked But urely all the arrnth and glofv Wrttc shrouded hun ot late Can ao herever he may go And teach hrnq not to hatel At least t at s Nhat r e Classmates pray Through all fvar 5 bttter sorrow Thats Nlny we labor mere today For a ortghter tornorro vv By Geraldtne Iohnsor S64 QUESTION What are swell grrls rnade ol? 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V . - P I I I I 07' ,WL l I I l 121 est Fourh St, at Was mgton I S tH b d E11 A b d CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1944 LESLIE JOIINSUII FO0D STORE 17 WEST MAIN STREET FALCONER N Y Yours or cz Beffer Worlzi' The Iamestcmn Retful DW Gooch Aswcmtlon BIGELOW S NELSON S LOCKWOOD S WRIGHT S RETAILERS for VICTORYI CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1944 J EMIL ANDERSON 0 L L 8 EAST ELMWOOD AVENUE FALCONER N Y GROCERIES MEATS cmd SCHOOL SUPPLIES Q25 240 EAST MAIN STREET PHONE 7 049 NlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIlllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII C Y I, .E E C Qlmfify and Sc'rL'ic'c' Alzwl-y'x v , . . . I O J G V ' ' I' I l l - 61 IIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlllllllrIIIIIIIIIlIlIiIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ CONGRATULATIONS TO 'THE CLASS OE 1944 OUALITY CASH DIAL 54-312 2 EAST MAIN STREET ELSIE,S 318 PINE STREET IAMESTOWN, N. Y. Congratulations to the 1944 Class Featuring Dresses cmd Sport Clothes for the Iunior and the Miss RICHMAN BROTHERS FINE CLOTHES Standard Oucfhty S24 50 Super Ouahty S29 50 213 NORTH MAIN STREET IAMESTOWN N Y COngratu1c1t1o1'1S cmd Best Wishes to the C1c1ss of 1944 VALVO'S SHOE STURE 114 NORTH MAIN ST d D IAMESTOWN N Y Congratu1cft1ons to C1aSS of 44 SURPLUS 81 SALVAGE 00 109 NORTH MAIN ST IAMESTOWN N Y PHONE 3 D65 JAMESTOWN I PHARMACY Wll 8 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN N Y PTGSCTIIDIIOHS Cosmet1cs Eountam Serv1ce T 1 tht h gh llp 0TTO'S RESTAURANT 1-1 A Meier Proprletor O p t h PHONE 7 028 15 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN N Y THE SPINNING WHEEL Necdlcwolfzalz INEANTS WEAR GIFTS 204 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN N Y A' i' 'A' R ISI I V' Corner of Secon - ownstairs I l l I - I 1 1118 4 1 i iam T. Krause, Pharmacist I l I I , I , he cwest prices a t e maintenanc of hi est quality wi ermit - - ' 1 ' Ezfwyfhizzg for Ihr' p osi e S ea's Theatre , 'I ll I I l I l I 'IIIIIIIIIIIlIIllllIlllIIIIllllIIIIIllIllllIIllIlllIIllIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIlIllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII PRCBST RCCFINC 81 SHEET METAL CC BUILDERS HARDWARE PHONE 3 734 216 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN N Y JAMESTCWN CYCLE SIICP, INC BICYCISS Veloc1pedes and Wheel Goods EXPERT AND PROMPT SERVICE 123 EAST SECOND STREET IAIVIESTOWN N Y Leeds IDrugS Inc PTGSCTIQIIOIIS Illed accurately and at lowest pr1ces 'NP 114 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN N Y Compllmc llff 0 flu HUMIDOR if GRADUATION GIFTS Compacts Hand Bags I-IOs1ery Dresses HOWELLS 19 EAST SECOND STREET O P IAMESTOWN N Y COIllp1IIIl6lIfS 0 MUSIC HCUSE 8 EAST FOURTH STREET IAMESTOWN N Y LUCIES Fasbzozzv 0 Dzsfzncfzon IAMESTOWN N Y CONGRATULATIONS from the Bakers of 59 Elm pllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I I 1 Ox . H I 'I ' . . i f 1 QQ 1 ' f Iewelry Indian Iewelry I v p osite Sheds Y Q5 9 , . . 53 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII W W B 0 E R S T Opin IHII Complete Opt1cal SerV1ce All Work Guaranteed Excluswe Dealer IH Keepsake D1amonds and Fme Iewelry 7 WEST SECOND ST IAMESTOWN N Y Cengratulatlons to the Class of IQ44 JAMESTUWN FUR U0 Exclzmze F11111019 FALCONER NIILLING C0 A Farm Scvwff' fo You FOR OVER BU YEARS FEED SEEDS FERTILIZER FARM SUPPLIES SDUTH WURK STREET G A R A G E AUTO PARTS AND GENERAL REPAIRING Phone 54 122 STANLEY GILBERT Prop JIMMY S BUSY BEE LUNCH Oppos1te the Palace Theatre GOOD FOOD and CLEAN anzrsfou II s Llddlllg Spvualfy Shop MILLINERY COATS SUITS DRESSES The Bound Shop 308 N MAIN STREET IAMESTOWN N Y ESSO GAS and OIL FALGONER ESSO SERVICE con MAIN 6. WORK IADIES and CHILDRENS READY TO WEAR AND IVIILLINERY ZUCKFRMAN 101 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN N Y WIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllllIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I ' :: 'IV' ,, I ' 64 llllllllllllIIllllIIIIIIlllllllIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIlllllllllllllIIIIIIlllIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL CfllIIfJlIllIllIfN and Brsf Wlsbcx 0 1113! WEEDEH HARDWARE 00 ING Bcsf Wflsbcv fo fbc Clan 0 44 JACOB ANDERSON DRY GOODS STORE THE MAYFAIR SWEET SHOPPF 0x3 Iac Cltlllll and FVZIIILS WHERE COMPETENT PHARMACISTS Compound Prescr1pt1or1s Accurately Omckly and at a Reasonable Prlce DAVIS DRUG STORE CfIII5V6lfllItlfIOlIS Clem 0 -H ALLEN L GALLIHAH AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING FALCONER N Y Comphments of CENT EWXIAL BOWL O DRONAE SOUTH WORK STREET FALCONER N Y HOT ROLLS AND BREAD EVERY HOUR ALL DAY THE GAKE SHOP 22 EAST THIRD STREET IAMESTOWN N Y A Goocl Place ToBuy GOOD SHOES BROSTRDM UDHNER 1sE THIRDST IIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIlllIIlI!IIIIIllIlll f ' P -A ff A I I 35 A l Txfc 4 Home Made' Cvzmfies U ' I L K ful A , I W 1A 1 v ' " l L, I 10 1 I n ' ' ' Q T H Er HEALTH AND HAPPINESS To Clcrss of 44 M W BAKER D C JAMES M SPRAGUE Tohn Deere Qucxhty Farm Eculpment 32 EAST FALCONEH STREET FALCONER N Y PHONE RES 53 425 Congrertulcmons to the Clcxss of 44 FALCONER BEAUTY SHOP HELEN DIBBLE BETTY LEE HOLTS Comphments to the Class of 44 JDE ALESSIS BARBER SIIUP 1oEA1.Ess1 Propnetor Comphments ANDERSONS RESTAURANT 7 E MAIN FALCONER N Y LYNNSTEWFLRY WATCHES DIAMONDS AND TEWELRY EXPERT WATCH CLOCK AND TEWELBY REPAIRING 11 N MAIN ST IAMESTOWN N Y IDEAL PEERLESS LAUNDRY C0 Tlac HOIIZC 0 ifaf' Mm Lelouf ODORLESS DRY CLEANING PHONE 4067 20 26 FOREST AVE IAMESTOWN N Y Comphments of C W LHIA ,lllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ng: 4 X 37 u u , n Q I I I l V 7 - 1 A L .4 .4 H. E. LYNN, Prop. of , , v ' ' rr if , I Q Ja I 66 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllli COTVGRATUI XXTIONS fo ffu Claw 0 44 PETERSDIPS CENTRAL MARKET E1merA Peterson Prop C 5 FRENCH PLUMBING omd HEATING WE RFP!-XTR DEPECTIVE PLUMBING Try Us Phone 35 555 21 WEST MAIN STREET SIAR MARKFT MEATS GROCERIES FRUITS PHONE 5 024 CROGHAN NAME CARDS A Complete hue supe lor m mote lol ond Croftsmcmsmp THE CROGHAN ENG 6. PTG COMPANY FREMONT OHIO Comphments Three Gables Serv1ce Stcrtlon KENNEDY N Y Cornphmermts KENNEDY N Y Congrotulotlons to the Class of 44 J S AUTO SUPPLY 00 1082 E SECOND sr IAMESTOWN N Y Iohnbon Qi Bedlcnt SERVICE STATION Mobrlgors Mobrlorl Mobrlubr cotron Goodr ch T res Delco Batter es EAST MAIN STREET FALCONER N Y jlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllI xi fa . . . Q , if . of of ELDRED OIL CO. H. E. ANDERSON Collzjulillzwlfx of LARRY'S MARKET 37 EAST MAIN STREET vv v W. LLOYD, Proprietor Congratulations to the Class ot '44 if RED 6: WHITE STORE A. N. IOHNSON, Prop. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OE 44 B L U M E N T H A L ' 216 MAIN STREET IAMESTOWN FASHION CLOIHES INC 14 16 NORTH MAIN STREET IAMESTOWN N Y QUALITY DEVELOPING PRINTING AND ENLARGING GLEN RAY PHOTU SERVICE 228 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN N Y Phone 78 351 CONGRATULATIONS Class of 44 or Photographs that please and Wlll stand the test ol t11ne C LOBE STUDIO 309 N MAIN ST IAMESTOWN N Y DIEGFS A CI IST 17 IOHN STREET NEW YORK 8 N Y O zualj 1 III: Ol flu Clan 0 1944 JIPIJ NY rw , a I 52 , . . ,fv I J D J .. , .1 - 1 I 1 I . 1 - W ' . ff I C' L" "S . if - 1 5 J 1 M, tx' lf 1 - I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ourna ress. nc., amestown, . .

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