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

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i I ,Z Z W WWW www? ' , 1 V ,I f 5 0 7 i, 6l7Zl4d'lZd pfZ"C.40Ift Editor-in-Chief gnzfelffe C-acfscon 1 Business Mcmcrger 5746 Cmzlm Y The ANNUAL Qi the STUDENTS of the FALCONER HIGH SCHQQI. T Q46 cltewvt I AM MUSIC ERVANT and master am I, servant of those dead, and master of those living. Through me spirits immortal speak, the message that makes the World Weep, and laugh, and Wonder, and Worship. I tell the story of love, the story of hate, and the story that saves. I am the incense upon which prayers float to heaven. I am the smoke! which palls over the field of battle Where men lie dying With me on their lips. I am close to the marriage altar, and when the graves open I stand near by. I call the wanderer home, I rescue the soul from the depths, I open the lips of lovers, and through me the dead Whisper to the living. One I serve as I serve all, and the king I make my slave as easily as I subject his slave. I speak through the birds of the air, the insects of the field, the crash of Waters on rock-ribbed shores, the sighing of Wind in the trees, and I am even heard by the soul that knows me in the clatter of Wheels on city streets. I know no brother, yet all men are my brothers, I am the father of the best that is in them, and they are of me. For I am the instrument of God. I AM MUSIC. TABLE OF CONTENTS -Anonymous. DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FEATURE ADVERTISEMENTS 4 Q46 ijefzmzzm IULIET ANDERSON For her untiring efforts and faithfulness to her Work in Falconer High Anderson, in dedication, the students who have guidance throughout the ANTHONY ORTOLANO Under his direction we have come a long way in matters musical, so, in grateful remembrance of his service to Falconer High School, we dedicate this book, Wishing him all success in his new venture. School, we offer to Mrs. a grateful tribute from all r been under her musical i years. F AUTOGRAPHS ,f f f f X ..1-li V, PV- ' ,i rg tie ffl' ll H f X S v . 9. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION ' MR. HAROLD L. HEWES Prvxidcnf 14 East Iames Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Hewes, President of the Board ol Eduf cation, was elected in Iuly, 1941 and was reelected in 1944. His present term expires in 1947. He attended Lakewood and Chau- tauqua Public Schools, and is at present Assistant Superintendent of the Chautauqua County Highway Dept. and the Treasurer of Falconer Fire Dept. MH. RALPH A. PETERSON Vin' PYl'XitlL'I1f 200 E. Elmwood Avenue, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Peterson, Vice President of the Board ot Education, was elected in 1943, and his term expires in 1946. He was educated at lames- town High School and Iamestown Business College and is, at present, employed as a tool maker at the Iamestown Metal Equipment. MR. LAWRENCE G. DYE 244 E. Elmwood Avenue, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Dye was elected to the Board of Educa- tion in 1942 and his term expires in 1946. He obtained his education in the Falconer Pub- lic Schools and is now Supervisor for the Michigan Limestone and Chemical Company. MR. IOHN HENDERSON 40 W. Iames Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Henderson was elected to the Board ot Education in 1943 and his term expires in 1946. He obtained his education in the Fredonia Public Schools and is, at present, Vice Presi- dent of the Clark Hardware Company. MRS. ISABELLE LINDSTROM 100 Hickory Street. Falconer, N. Y. Mrs. Lindstrom was elected to the Board of Education in 1944 and her term expires in 1947. She received her education in the Fal- coner Public Schools and the Millard Fillmore School of Nursing. MR. STEVE CRESPY 107 E. Main Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Crespy was elected to the Board ol Edu- cation in 1945 and his term expires in 1948. He obtained his education at Union High School in Newcastle, Pennsylvania. At present he is employed at the Monarch Fuse Corp. MR. LESLIE IOHNSON 8 West Mosher Street, Falconer. N. Y. Mr. Iohnson was elected to the Board of Education in 1945 and his term expires in 1948. He attended Wilcox High School in Pennsylvania, and is at present, the propri- etor of the Hed 6. White store in Falconer. Third Row: E. Zimmer, S. White, P. Levato, A. Frank, H, Fenner, B. Bishop, W. Heustis, G. Bennett. Second How: F. Waith, I. Anderson, A. Thelander, E. Reno, E. Hoene, M, Thomas, I. Thompson, C. Reno, M Iohnson, B. Morey. First Row: I. Young, I. Tooze, I... Lundberg, A. Smith, E. Turner, M. An- derson, H. Shoup. HARVEY C. FENNER B S., M.A. Supervising Principal N. Y. State College tor Teachers EARL L. ZIMMER B S. Vice Principal Science Edinboro State Teachers College University ot Buffalo GUY R. BENNETT Dept. Head, Iunior H. S. Division Fredonia State Teachers College IULIET ANDERSON Music Supervisor Fredonia State Teachers College LAWRENCE ANDERSON B.A. Social Studies Health Houghton BRADLEY BISHOP B.S. Physical Education Syracuse University ALLAN H. FRANK B.A. English Bucknell University Cornell University EARL HOENE B S. Commercial Subjects Whitewater Teachers College THE FACULTY WALTON HUESTIS Instrumental Music Fredonia State Teachers College MILDRED IOHNSON Social Studies Science Cortland Normal PAUL LEVATO B.S. Commercial Subjects Rider College LOIS LUNDBERG B.A. Art Supervisor Elmira BELVA MOREY Sciences Home Economics English Fredonia State Teachers College CORA RENO B.S., M.A. Science Wheaton College University ot Michigan EVELYN RENO B.A. Mathematics Pennsylvania State College MARY SECOR ANDERSON RN. Rochester General Hospital HARRY I. SHOUP B.S.A., M.S. Agriculture Iowa State College Mississippi A. 6. M. 9 ALICE SMITH Social Studies Fredonia State Teachers College ATHQLINE THELANDER B. . Home Economics Battle Creek College MARIORIE THOMAS B.A., B.S. in Library Science Librarian Keuka College State College for Teachers, Albany IANICE THOMPSON Physical Education Slippery Rock State Teachers College Elmira College IEAIENE G. TOOZE B. . Social Studies English Fredonia State Teachers College EDNA TURNER B.A. English Seton Hill College FLORA K. WAITH English Fredonia State Teachers College STANLEY N. WHITE Industrial Arts Mechanics Institute, Rochester IACOB YOUNG B.A. Languages Canisius THE STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President ...,.... Charles Walker Vice President .... Durwood Newton Secretary ,.,, Rose Marie Lopresto Treasurer ...,..,... Sherwood Iones Advisers ...,....... Mr. Bennett, Mr. Frank Third Row: B. Carlson. Second Row: R. Whitney, R. Pline, I. Hopkins, E. Blaze, A. Rumiano, C. Oaks, G. Bastian, H. Harrington, D. Andrews, R. Leroy, P. Canaley, M. Eccles. First How: C. Walker, D, Newton, R. Lopresto, D, Iones, Mr. Bennett. HE Falconer High School Student Association is the governing body of Falconer High. The purposes of this organization are: to unify all student organizations under one control, to aid in the internal administration, to pro- mote general activities, to stimulate a growing appreciation of democracy among the students, and to protect the best interests of the school. The council consists of one member from each twenty-five seniors, thirty juniors, forty sophomores, forty freshmen, fifty eighth graders, one post graduate, and two faculty members. The council has power: to make and enforce any rules necessary for the betterment of the school, to grant charters to organizations, to supervise extra curricular activities and their financial status, appoint com- mittees, and investigate and report any matters referred to the council by the faculty. 10 OFFICE SECRETARY FFICIENT, obliging, friendly, Mrs. Allen is indispensable to both faculty and student body, many of whom are guilty of imposing on her good nature. How do you cope so skillfully With those innumerable details, Arlene, and still retain that serenity? Who can project more personality over the HP. A," system than you? Sometimes We may seem unappreciative, but always We are thankful that you are a member of our staff. Seated: Mrs. Arlene Allen. l First Row: Foster Babcock, Walter Coleson, lim McKeever, Fred Hall. THE I ANITORS RUTHFUL is the saying that next to the principal, the most important individuals in a school system are the janitors. Falconer High School has been singularly blessed in its janitorial staff. These gentlemen are not only first class artisans, but also child psychologists-patient and long-suffering! Messrs. Hall, Mclieever, Babcock, and Coleson, take a bow. We like you. 11 SENIOR HISTORY V N September 1942, hand in hand we sailed up the steps of Falconer High School as freshmen and dropped our anchors in rooms 201 and 104. The crew consisted of members from the Parochial, Kennedy, and Falconer schools. The following officers were chosen: Captain-Pat McCullough, First Mate- Burdette Carlson, Second Mate-Pauline Ognibene, and Third Mate-Marilyn Ecklund. We held a skating party and a spring dance which included our talented members in its floor show. We worked hard the first year and kept the boat sailing along very swiftly. In September 1943, as Sophomores, we floated back to the schoolhouse as experienced, able-bodied seamen. We elected our new Captain-Burdette Carlson, First Mate-Donald Coeg and Second Mate-Barbara Peterson. We held the usual dances but found that most of our able-bodied seamen could not catch on to the "art of dancing". Thanks to our officers who piloted us safely through the second year of our voyage, we are entering the junior Class having gained much knowledge and some dignity. ln September 1944, we hoisted our anchor and unanimously decided to increase our knowledge. Slaving morning, noon, and night, didn't bother us for we enjoyed every minute of it. The following officers were elected for our third voyage: Captain-Roy Hine, First Mate-Vic Digirolarno, Second Mate- Marie VanBureng Third Mate-Herbert Harrington. We sailed into port to let off Dana Wilson, who joined the Senior Class. The year was spent toiling for the all important annual-the junior-Senior Banquet-which by the way, proved to be a great success. Music was furnished by Chuck Andolora and his Orchestra. Of our many endeavors to raise money, the spaghetti supper proved most enjoyable for many of our hungry members. The school direc- tory published during the year helped us financially to reach our goal. As Seniors of '46 we anchored in Rooms 23 and 203. At once we elected our important officers for our fourth and final voyage: Captain-Donald Coeg First Mate-Robert Fuller, Second Mate-Marie VanBuren, and Third Mate- Herbert Harrington. The cruiser sailed on with the class motto: "Tonight we launch, where shall we anchor?" What an active year for the Seniors! The "great event"-the Senior Play--was a huge success and brought in a good profit. We ended this eventful year with a tearful "Adieu" from each of the seniors--four years have vanished before the horizon. With lowered lifeboats, wie will row to success in the future-we hope. To the Seniors of '47 we wish the best of luck and God speed. 12 M YM MM., Wif fff,f fff5,j+gf?, j ii g'N95wM MW W Q49 WWW fk DON COE President Bowling and baseball occupy most of Don's leisure time, He manages to main- tain a high scholastic average although he works part time in the news-room. "Curly's" splendid interpretation of Bob in "Foot-Loose" proved his dramatic abil- ity. He has also proved to be a capable and efficient class president! MARIE VAN BUREN Secretary Marie's hours out of school are spent selling tickets at the State Theater. She always seems to have a shadow follow- ing her-could it be Roy? In Marie we find a fine sense of humor, a very agree- able disposition, a reserved manner but a cheerful, amicable smile. MR. ALLAN FRANK Adviser FRED AIKEN ln case you've been wondering who the dark-haired "Romeo" is who is al- ways with "Russ" Callihan, it's our "one and only" Fred Aiken. This rugged in- dividual is active on the Corridor and Falcon Staff, in Hi-Y, and is publicity chairman of the Senior Class Play. This handsome farm boy is very ambitious which is proved by the tact that he went out for football. We wish you the best of luck in finding yourself a 'little woman" and settling down to farm life. PEGGY BAKER In "Peg" we find all the qualities of a swell pal. "Peg" is always cheerful, with a ready smile for everyone. Even though she resides out of town, she is constantly willing to lend a helping hand in school activities. "Peg" has a beauti- ful diamond on the third finger of her left hand. She and her sailor intend to hear wedding bells ring this summer. Here's mishing you lots of luck in your domestic 1 e. HAROLD BENNETT Although Harold hails from a rural com- munity, he did not let this obstacle hinder his school work and activities. He is an active member of the Orchestra, French Club, and Honor Society. Although quiet and reserved, he will do anything for his friends at any time-a good reason to believe that he will always succeed in the future. GEORGE BRAKEMAN "Kitty" Brakeman, one of the handsom- est boys in the senior class, is really the shy type ot person. "Shirley" seems to occupy most of his precious time, how- ever, don't let this bother you girlsl He has not decided as yet what he would like to do upon graduation, but we are sure that whatever it is it can not help but be very successful. May the best of luck be yours in whatever occupation you may choose. ROBERT FULLER Vice President A newcomer from Buffalo in his senior year, Bob really made a hit and became vice-president of our class. We like Bob because he is willing to help in class activities. He is a little shy in English class but does all right in athletics. Bob is part of that "State" gang and can be identified by his green sweater. HERBERT HARRINGTON Treasurer If you want to know all the answers, just ask Herb, His true brilliance is proved by his excellent marks, Although he hails from out of town, he does more than his share in participating in school activities. Though Herb is a quiet fellow, he is pop- ular with everyone. Success is inevitable for you, Herb. MRS. EDYTHE MILLER Adviser y KENNETH BURCH This tall, quiet, curly-haired senior, bet- ter known as Kenny, spends much of his time at Shea's. Here he acts as usher 'till the late hours of the night and wee hours of the morning. With all this am- bition we know Kenny will have a suc- cessful future. FRANK CAFFOE Frank or "Iunior" is an easy-going sen- ior with lots of initiative. He is the ed- itor of the school paper, the Falcon, and is also a member of the Honor Society. He can be seen at the "Roost" playing the bass viol with the Stardusters. He is cheerful and is always eager to help. We have enjoyed having Frank in our midst, and we are certain he will fulfill his am- bition of becoming a plastic surgeon. RUSSELL CALLIHAN "Mania" is a happy-go-lucky senior who makes one of the best of friends. He is often seen walking down the hall with his one-and-only Ianet. "It must be love". Again he is with his best friend Fred. Russ, the senior class wants to wish you a future filled with constant happiness and everlasting success. HERBERT CARLBEHG Popular! Friendly! Ambitiousl Who else but our Herb? Herb has been the chair- man of the "Roost" this year and has also played saxophone with the Star- dusters. He has played on the football team and is an Honor Society member. Herb can always be seen greeting his many friends in the corridors. This tall, handsome senior has been a decided as- set to our class. BURDETTE CARLSON Here comes "Twitchie," everybody's friend! This tall, popular senior is a member of our basketball and baseball teams. He is the business manager of the "Corridor" and is always ready to help with any school function. Burdette is known for his "smooth" clothes and "flashy" ties. "Whacker", as he is also called by his friends, has an enviable personality and is well-liked. ALLEN CLARK That good-looking chap with brown wavy hair in the Ag. department is none other than our own Allen Clark. He is majoring in agriculture and no doubt will be a good farmer. He has often taken part in contests and always brings a medal back to Falconer High School. Al- len is an asset to our school. MARIANNE COLLIN Marianne, the "brains" of the class, enjoys dancing, playing basketball and attending concerts. After graduation Mari- anne plans to become an "Occupational Therapist," and we know she will be successful in that field: so good luck to you Marianne. AGNES CONTI If there are any new styles in clothes, "Aggie" has them. Always dressed at- tractively and neatly she has been an as- set to our class. A good dancer along with a nice sense of humor she is sure to make many friends. We don't know "Aggie's" plans for the future, but we know she will have a happy and suc- cessful one. VICTOR DIGIROLAMO "Angel" as Vic is often called, is a fine athlete. As one of our star football play- ers, Vic has proved he is strictly ath- letic material. This husky, broad-shoul- dered senior loves fun and enjoys teas- ing people. He is a good dancer and usually attends the gatherings at the "Roost" LOIS DUNNING Who is the girl behind that big smile? Of course, it is Lois. Her favorite pas- times are all sports Y especially roller skating. Her ambition is to become a nurse or a physical education director. With her smiles and willingness to co- operate, we are sure she will succeed. MARILYN ECKLUND Marilyn's pleasing personality and de- pendability are a great asset to the class ot 716. Marilyn can be seen working in Doctor Bakers office when she isn't out with her one and only Ronnie LeRoy. We look for a bright future for this secretarial student. Good luck, "Dimples"! CLARICE FAIRBANKS We can all learn a lesson from Clarice. She gives much of her time to study and still finds time for play. She is the "Einstein" of the Senior class but is occa- sioned to giggling spells when she is with Ramona. Clarice always seems to have an intelligent answer and ossesses a wonderful sense of humor. Heres to you, Clarice! MARY ELLEN FITZPATRICK Mary Ellen is a very quiet, reserved girl. She is seen mostly with her better half, rlita, Mary takes an active part in the Mi-Y, and in her spare time she likes to dance and skate. Good luck, Mary Ellen in your future plans. RAMONA FRAIZER After graduation, this blue-eyed maiden hopes to become a nurse. She is active in Mi-Y, Dramatic Club, Honor Society, and School Court. Quiet, shy, studious, and a keen sense of humor are a few of Ra- mona's characteristics. We wish you lots of luck in your nursing career, Ramona. IAMES FUNCELL This carefree lad from Ellington has been active in intramurals during the past year. He is the type who is seldom seen studying, but he is often seen near the magazine rack in the library. Al- though he is "happy go lucky," we are sure that he will succeed in his chosen occupation. VAN C Y GAETA Shining black hair! Attractive! Friendly! With her genial personality and sense of humor, "Van" can turn any gloomy day into a bright one. Her work as an as- sistant editor of the Falcon and as an ac- tive Choir member requires most of her time in school. This busy senior seems to excel in the art of dancing. Her main interest is in the Navy. Heres hoping he'll be home soon, GILBERT GUSTAFSON Gilbert can always be identified by his indispensable friend, that green panelled truck. Gilbert will always be remembered by members of the Agriculture class for his endless arguing and his large store- house of facts. In his future plans we know he will be a success. Good-luck Gilbert. MARY HANSON An industrious and clever girl who in- habits the homemaking department is Mary. Being very quiet and reserved she gets along nicely with everyone. Mary is a member of the Band, Orchestra and Mi-Y, Upon graduation she plans to do post graduate work and go to college. Meanwhile she remains our triendly and Cheerful classmate. BOY HINE "Prof." Hine is one of our most popular male seniors. Roy is noted for his ath- letic ability and his "second hand, but reconverted" jokes! He seems to spend most of his time eating or thinking up excuses to go into the State. By the way, the "Prof" is slightly famous for his appetite. W'e think you're "okay," Royl CAROL IOHNSON Strictly between you and me her middle name is Elida. "Blondie" is noted for her beautiful long blonde hair. Lately her thoughts have been centered in Iames- town, especially in the lamestown Civic Orchestra. The truth is that a major part of her interest is due to the fact that a tall, dark and handsome man named Arthur is involved. If it keeps up, wed- ding bells may soon be ringing. Carol plans to become a teacher. PHYLLIS IOHNSON Although she is a quiet member of our class, Phyllis is sure to have a successful future. She is an active participant in sports and enjoys sewing. She is un- decided as to what she wants to do after she has reached the end of high school, but it is our prophecy that whatever she decides she will have a countless number of friendsg and happiness will always follow this ambitious Senior. RONALD IOHNSTON The Science Club has for its president, Ronald Iohnston. His hobby is amateur radio. He enjoys anything that is me- chanical or scientific. He is a member of the Dramatics Club and upon graduation plans to go to Carnegie School of Tech- nology. CLIFTON LAWSON This quiet honor student, besides do- ing his school work, has time for many extra curricular activities. He is a mem- ber of the Orchestra, Choir, Boys' Choir, Honor Society, Hi-Y, and was cast in the role of "Dick" in the Senior Play. He plans to go to college this fall. Best of luck to you, Cliftonl MILTON LAWSON "Milt," a handsome senior, possesses a cheery smile which is a familiar spec- tacle in the F.H.S. corridors. lt is prob- ably one of his assets in being popular with the girls. Milton rarely expresses a look of excitement regardless of his thoughts. His full effort is applied to every task he undertakes. His sense of gratitude, an appreciation for an educa- tion, and reliability, together with his pleasing personality, make Milton a valu- able member of the class of "46." LOLA LEYMAN A part of that "foursome" fWaite, Web- ster, Peterson, Leymani and uite an ad- dition to our class is Lola. flier pastime is spent attending the games and drink- ing cokes at "Nic's." If there are any pranks being played around school, you can be sure Lola is around. Also being a majorette, Lola does a swell job at our games. ROSALIE MALTA Laughing blue eyesl Dancer! Always on the go! Quick ternperedl That's Roi No matter what time of day it is, you'll find her busily working on the Falcon or at the candy stand. Room 21 seems to be her favorite place to study f?l, and one has to be with her only two minutes to discover her main interest answers to the name of Bill. IOYCE MCCHESNEY This senior girl with the brown hair and brown eyes can most frequently be found with lean. Joyce is an efficient person and breezes around the school in her amiable manner with malice toward none. We don't know what Ioyce's plans are after graduation, but we do know she'll be successful. IEAN MacMURRAY ln this quiet blue-eyed lass we find many fine qualities-neatness in appears ance, dependability, and a keen sense of humor. Iean's favorite pastime is roller skating, and she can be frequently seen at the State Theater on Saturday nights. LUCIAN MISTRETTA "Luc" or "Larry," as he is called, is a member of the School Police, and also of our basketball and baseball teams. "Luc" is a very secretive and mysterious person as we have yet to find out who his main interest is. Watch this lad with the shining black hair and quiet man- ner, girls. Looks are sometimes deceivingl DEWEY NELSON Some of us may not know this blue-eyed fellow too well, but those of us who do admire his fine way of life. Kennedy seems to be his main interest, square- dancing his favorite pastime, and polite- ness an outstanding characteristic. MARVIN NELSON This tall, lanky fellow is prominent in school activities and likes to hunt and trap besides. He is a member of the F. F. A., Intramurals, Hi-Y, Track, and "F" Club. He has made many friends in Falconer High, and we, as a school, wish him the best of luck in the future. WHITMAN NEWTON This young fellow who is often seen in lamestown, goes by the nickname of "Whimpy." You will see "Whimpy" at 1:00 a. m. or later at times, at Rider's Diner, nearly every morning, decked in his finest array of sports-clothing. Upon graduation, he intends to enter one of the armed forces of Uncle Sam. We wish this future "General" loads of luck. PAULINE OGNIBENE There goes Pauline hurrying down the hall again. This small, vivacious girl is always on the run. She is president of the Mi-Y, and a very active member of the Dramatics Club, Sportsmanship Broth- erhood, Choir, and other organizations. "Po Po" does a fine job of singing at the"Roost,"and from the looks of that pic- ture in her locker it seems her main in- terest is formerly from the Navy. Lucky boyl CHARLES OSGO OD Charles is better known as "Teddy" among his school friends. Being studious and neat, "Tedd " has been an asset to F. H. S. Maybe lfoyce Hewes can tell you more about "Teddy." With a personality like his, success is sure. Here's wishing you much luck in your inevitable suc- cessful future from the class of '46. BARBARA PETERSON Ambitious! Friendly smile! Giggles!-a fitting description of "Barb," the editor of our year book. Barb is a neat, well- dressed senior with saucer green eyes and a rosy complexion. This hard-work- ing senior is an Honor Society member and one of our majorettes. She has been an active sports fan, and attends all school functions with the utmost of in- terest and pleasure. The younger genera- tion has something to look forward to as she is going to be an elementary teacher. BETTY PETERSON Here's a swell girl who can make us all laugh with her funny antics and unique sense of humor. She has been known to put tacks in chairs and pass out loaded cigars. Look for her at "Nic's" in the back booth. Betty really gets around, has many friends, and is always ready for a good time. ROGER PETERSON Roger is one of the quiet, studious members of the Senior Class of '46. Nev- ertheless he is a member of the Band, the Honor Society, "Corridor" Staff, and Hi-Y-of which he is treasurer this year He is now employed at the Falconer Printing Company but plans to go on to college after graduation. Good luck, Rogerl DONALD REIMONDO Watch out kidsl hang on to your soul 'cause here comes that 'Tin Lizzie" again -the dark-haired driver is "Don." Don never takes things seriously. He says he wor:'t work unless he absolutely has to, but once he gets down to work every- body had better sit back and watch a brainstorm. By the way Don, why don't you tell us who that smooth blonde is that you have been seeing lately? LELIA REYNOLDS Lelia first came to Falconer in her junior year. During the past two years she has gained numerous friends and has proved to be very valuable to our class. Lelia is a very understanding girl and willing to share everyone's troubles. A bright future is in store for you, Lelia, wit your fine disposition and ambition. -iii? 5 SAM RIBAUDO Where ever you see "Chuck" you will always find Sam around. Sam, is another of those seniors who is "crazy" about the ten weeks tests. tHe must be kid- dingl Since he did so well in the senior play, l'm sure he would make a grand father. lDon't you?l Strictly off the rec- ord, his first name is Salvatore. KATHERINE RUCKMAN Everyone knows "Katie" by her pleas- ant smile and friendly ways. "Katie" is a capable commercial student, who works part time at the Excel Metal Corporation Office. She finishes all that she sets out to do. She is often seen with her good friends, "Blondie" and "Mary." Good luck, Katherine, in your future plans. FREDERICK SCHELI. lf you have never seen a woman hater take a look at Fred. "Love," he says, "is a lot of hooey." We feel sorry for you, Fred, because you don't know what you are missing. Fred, who is a school police, seems to enjoy the time spent out- side of school. We wonder why? RONALD SCHULTZ Brown eyes and curly hair - that's Schultz. He can't seem to find enough to keep him busy, but his main problem is "Can I get the car'?" Roller skating takes up Ronnie's spare time. TOHN SCHWARTZ Who's that gallant, red-headed fellow we see hanging around the halls? Why, it's "Red" Schwartz. But lay off, girls, Jamestown seems to have him-hook, line, and sinker. Although Iohnny loves to loaf, you can be sure he is always willing to help a soul in distress-especially if it's a member of the fairer sex. We all wish you the best of luck, "Red," MARTHA SEARS Martha is one of the ambitious members of the Senior class who hails from Levant. She is a very quiet girl and is liked im- mensely by all who know her. Her main interests are dancing, sewing, and read- ing. We know success will come her way in everything she attempts. MARTHA SEEKINGS Petite and fun-loving describe Martha. Her hobbies are dancing and working in diners. She is engaged to a sailor so her main interest lies in the Navy. What a lucky sailorl We wish her much hap- piness in the future. DUANE SEGERLIN What sets Duane apart from all the other seniors? His laugh! At basketball games he supports the team by ringing that ever-present cowbell. He participates in Hi-Y, and his hobby is repairing auto- mobiles. He plans to go to college tol- lowing graduation. Hats off, to you Duane, tor your splendid work on the "Props" committee of the Senior Play. WALTER SORENSON Here is a fellow who went contrary to the saying, "People with red hair have bad tempers." This statement can easily be proved by asking his numerous friends who reside in Iamestown. He likes to read and roller skate in his spare time. He is a very active member of the Civil Air Patrol. We dont know Walter's plans upon graduation, but may we say good luck in whatever you do, Walter. DEMARIS SPAULDING From Kennedy comes our "De," the gal with the "hubba-hubba" shape. She ex- cels in sports and likes dancing. She wants to go to a beautician school upon graduation. Her pleasing personality has won her many steadfast friends. We know that success can't help but come her way, and we wish her a happy and suc- cessful life. EVELYN SPENCER Tall, slim, blonde and witty-that's none other than everybody's friend, Evelyn. Her hobbies are centered around danc- ing, reading, sewing, and riding horse- back. Evelyn has her heart set on be- coming a telephone operator after gradua- tion. BETTY SWANSON That short, vivacious, good-natured blonde of the Senior class is none other than Betty, Her sunny disposition and everlasting smile are only two of her many admirable qualities. Betty has proved to be a true friend. We have learned that her main interest is in the Navy. Best of luck to you, Betty, BERTHA WAITH Remember "Emily" in the Senior Play? Small, dark-haired, and friendly, Bert hopes to be a medical secretary and with that ambition and personality how can she miss? With her best pal, "Barb," she is always strolling through the halls spreading cheer and hailing friends everywhere. We are proud to have had Bert in our midst. DAVID WAKEFIELD This tall, brown-eyed, goodlooking sen- ior plans to become a farmer after gradu- ation. David is a quiet and reserved per- son, but he is energetic and a worthwhile member of the senior class. Success and happiness will surely be David's in his later life. CHARLES WALKER "Chuck" is our Student Council Presi- dent, and he has accepted this honor with guiet modesty. This non-resident has gaine wide popularity as being every- body's friend tespecially the womenl. 'Ne're sure Chuck's ambition to go to Cornell will be fulfilled for he is sure to graduate with high honors. BETTY WALLACE Betty is a very ciiuiet Eerson, but when you get to know er s e makes one of the best friends. She is another one of those seniors who detest the ten weeks test. Roller skating and square dancing seem to take up most of her spare time- I Wonder why? IEAN WEBSTER Here's a brown-e ed lass with a fine taste for clothes. lin fact lean spends much of her spare time knitting and sew- ing. Dependability and a sense of humor are marked characteristics. With these and a good student record, lean should sail through lite smoothly. SENIOR ACHIEVEMENTS FRED AIKEN-Falcon Staff 4, Football 4, Senior Play Committee, Publicity Chairman, Dramatics Club 4. PEGGY BAKER-Mi-Y 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Honor Society, Band 3, 4, Senior Play, Com- mittee Chairman. HAROLD BENNETT-Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. GEORGE BRAKEMAN-Band l, 2, 3, French Club' 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Stamps and Bond Committee 3, Corridor Staff 3. FRANK CAFFOE-Falcon Staff 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Corridor Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, French Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 4, Student Council 3, Iazz Band 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. RUSSELL CALLII-IAN-Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Football l, 2, 3, Intramurals 3, 4, Senior Play Committee Ticket Chairman, Dramatics Club 4, F Club 4, Track 4. HERBERT CARLBERG-Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Activities Club! 2, 3, F Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, School: Police 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Baseball 4, Track 4, Falcon Staff 4, Iazz Band 3, 4, Chairman Recreation Center 4. BURDETTE CARLSON-1Student Council 1, 4, Corridor Staff 3, 4, Spring Festival 3, 4, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, "F" Club 4, Activities Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, President ot Class 2. DON COE-Basketball I. V. 1, Z, 3, Basketball 4, Baseball I. V. 2, Baseball 3, 4, French Club 4, Bond and Stamp Committee 4, F Club 4, Senior Class President, Senior Play. MARIANNE COLLIN-Intramurals 1, 2, 4, M. T. C. 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 4, Cor- ridor Statt 3, 4, Mi-Y 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, F Club 3, 4, Oratorical Contest 3, Falcon Staff 4, Honor Society 4, Senior Play. AGNES CONTI-Mi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2, F Club 4, Senior Play Com- mittee, Intramurals l, 2, Usher at Graduation 3, Usher at Radio Show 3. VICTOR C. DIGIROLAMOL-Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Activities Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, F Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Dramatics Club 3, Vice-Presi- ' dent Iunior Class, Hi-Y 3, Bowling Team 4. LOIS DUNNING-Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 1, Red Cross l, F Club 3, 4, Mi-Y 4, Dramatics Club 4, Corridor Staff 3, 4. CLARICE FAIRBANKS-Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, F Club 4, Dramatics Club 4, Senior Play. MARY ELLEN FITZPATRICK-Mi-Y 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Intramurals 1, Senior Play Committee. RAMONA FRAIZER-Red Cross l, Mi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Honor Society, School Court'4, Iudge 4, Dramatics Club 4. VANCY GAETA-Asst. Editor of Falcon 4, Falcon Staff 2, 3, 4, Activities Club 2, 3, Mi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Radio Show 3, Candy Stand 4, Glee Club l, Octette 2, 3. MARY HANSON--Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Ceramics 2, Pottery Club 1, 2, Art Club 1, Bible Club 2, Intramurals 1, Dra matics Club 1, Science Club 4, Falcon 4, Cor- ridor 4, Red Cross l, Mi-Y 3, 4. HERB HARRINGTON-Band 3, 4, President 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Choir 4, Boys' Choir 4, Honor Society 4, President, Student Council 4, Sportsmanship Brotherhood 4, School Police 4, Corridor Staff 3, 4, Treasurer Iunior Class, Boys' State Representative 3. ROY HINE-Intramurals 1, Activities Club 1, 2, 3, Red Cross 2, President Iunior Class, F Club 2, 3, 4, Stage Manager Senior Play, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3. CAROL IOHNSON-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Double Octette 3, Woodwind Trio 4, Mi-Y 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Corridor Stait 3, F Club 2, M.T.C. 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS IOHNSON-Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 1. RONALD IOHNSTON-Science Club President, 4, Dramatics Club 4. 19 CLIFTON LAWSON-Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Class Motto Com- mittee 4, Senior Play Committee. MILTON LAWSON-Intramurals 2. LOLA LEYMAN-Majorette l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Intramurals I, 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Sportsmanship Brotherhood 2, 3, Activities Club 2, 3, Mi-Y 33 4, F Club 4. ROSALIE MALTA-Usher for Senior Play 4, Assistant Editor ol Falcon 4, Falcon Staff 3, 4, Activities Club 2, 3, Mi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Operetta 2, Radio Show 3, Senior Play Committee 4, Candy Stand 4, Intramurals l, Usher at Graduation Exercises 3, Glee Club I, 2. LUCIAN MISTRETTA-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball Mgr. Z, Baseball 3, 4, Football Mgr. l, 2, 3, School Police 3, 4, Activities Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, Senior Play Committee 4, F Club 3, 4. DEWEY NELSON-Stamp and Bond Committee 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer of Hi-Y 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Senior Class 4, Activities Club 2, Senior Play Committee 4. MARVIN NELSON--Track I, 4, F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. WHITMAN NEWTON-F.F.A. l, Hi-Y 3, Senior Play Committee 4, Bible Club l. PAULINE OGNIBENE-Secretary of Freshman Class I, Intramurals l, Sportsmanship Broth- erhood 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer of Sportsmanship Brotherhood 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President of Dramatics Club 3, Activities Club 2, 3, Choir 2, 3. 4, Corridor Stall 3, 4, Litaary Editor of Corridor 4, Mi-Y 3, 4, President of Mi-Y 4, Fredonia Con- ference 4, French Club 4, Operetta Z, Radio Show 3, Glee Club 1, Senior Play Com- mittee 4, Oratorical Contest 4, Assembly Committee 4, Usher at Graduationl Exercises 3. CHARLES OSGOOD-Bible Club l, 2, 4, French Club Z, 3, Band 3, 4, Orchestra 4. BARBARA PETERSON-Glee Club l, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Majorettes 1, 2, 31 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, School Police 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Corridor Staff 3, 4 Editor-in-Chief 4, Senior Play, Financial Committee 4. BETTY PETERSON-Dramatic Club 4, Mi-Y 3, 4, Corridor Staff 4, Program Chairman' of the "Rec" 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Social Activities Committee 4. ROGER PETERSON-Hi-Y 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Honor Society 4, Corridor Stall 3, 4, Bible Study Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIE RAYMOND-Mi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, F Club 4, Intramurals l, 2, Oratorical Contest 4, Senior Play Committee 4. LELIA REYNOLDS-Corridor Staff 3, Falcon Staff 4, Operetta Committee 3, Usher at Grad- uation Exercises 3, Usher at Senior Play 4. SAM RIBAUDO-Hi-Y 4, Senior Play 4. FRED SCI-IELL-Football 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Activities Club 3, Senior Play 4, Science Club 2, 3, School Police 3, 4, Corridor Staff 3, 4. DUANE SEGERLIN-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Basketball Intramurals 3. DEMARIS SPAULDING1-Band l, Falcon Staff 2, Intramurals l, 2, 3,4, Mi-Y 3,4, Chairman of Make-up Committee of Senior Play 4, F Club 4, Assembly Committee 4. EVELYN SPENCER-Mi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Glee Club l. BETTY SWANSON-Intramurals 3, Glee Club l. MARIE VAN BUREN-Intramurals l, Z, 3, French Club l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Iunior Class Secretary 3, Senior Class Secretary 4, Red Cross 4, F Club 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Sportsmanship Brotherhood 4, Woodwind Trio 4. BERTHA WAITH-Band l, Orchestra l, Glee Club l, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Octette 2, 3, 4, Quar- tette 2, Mi-Y 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Social Committee 3, 4, Chairman of May Fes- tival 3, 4, Soccer Cham,ps 3, Corridor Staff 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Activities Club Z, 3. CHARLES WALKER-Football 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, School Police 3, 4, Student Council l, 4, Student Council President 4, Sportsmanship Brotherhood 4, Dramatics Club 4, F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee 4. BETTY WALLACE-Glee Club l, 2, Dramatics Club 4, Mi-Y 4, Falcon Staff 4. 20 THE CLASS OF '47 OFFICERS President . , . Rex Everett Vice President .. .... Ruth Randall Secretary . , ..,.... Beverly Phetteplace Treasurer ,..........., Robert Ortendahl Advisers... ...Mrs. Smith, Mr. Anderson, Miss E. Reno Fourth Row: G. Shures, D. Oaks, H. Petersen, D. Ecklund, D. Hopkins, M. Ball, N. Cornell. Third Row: A. Smith, G. Anderson, E. Anderson, I. Main, B. Dahl, D. Verquer, P. Stone, D. Short, R. Hudson, F. Dennison, E. Reno. Second How: V. Larson, L. Anderson, I. Cirincione, P. Beelse, M. Nelson, P. Whattler, A. Iohnson, L. Lund, C. Becker, M. Stanton. First Row: Ruth Randall, R. Everett, B. Phette- place, R. Ortendahl. i Q affix .s i ' -E . A ii - i i .ni -. .Q . .. , 1 , ,'1,l Fourth Row: E. Cannon, H, Benson, B. Iohnson, P. Stearns, C. Wigren, S. Calabrese, G. Waite, D. Andrews, I. Piazza. Third Row: R. Lopresto, S. Brown, S. Heath, E. Harrington, H. Smock, M. Nel- son, M. Iohnson, F. Francis, L. Adler, D. Newton, D.Unger. Second Bow: Mrs. Smith, L. Lodestro, B. Day, R, Muscarella, A. VanTilburg, B. McCullor, I. Chase, P. Lundquist, L. Petersen, R. Peterson, First How: Miss Reno, R. Randall, R. Everett, B. Phetteplace, R. Ortendahl, I. Alessi, F. Elardo, OFFICERS President .. ........ Rex Everett Vice President . . ..... Ruth Randall Secretary .. ...,.... Beverly Phetteplace Treasurer ............. Robert Ortendahl Advisers ....... Mrs. Smith, Mr. Anderson, Miss E. Reno 21 THE CLASS OF '48 OFFICERS President . . . .. . Robert Olson Vice President . . ,.,.. Ruth Dennison Secretary .. ...,...... .. Pat McCall Treasurer ..........,. Mary Ann Latona Advisers .... ...Mr. Zimmer, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Levato Third Row: Mr. Zimmer, R. Olson, S. Iones, L. Rice, R. LeRoy, M. Studd, G, Hunt, R. Eccles, V. Ri- baudo, L. Lodestro, L. Anderson. Second Row: M. Groscost, R. Naslund, M. Conti, I. Hewes, B. Carl- son, M. Giambrone, I. Castiglia, R, Hoaglund, A. Rosetti, S. McGee. First Row: A. Skinner, D. Clark, M. Stahlman, E, Blaze, M. A. Latona, R. Dennison, R. Olson, P. McCall, M. Vives, P. Edington, A. Fun- cell, C. Zetterman. I I I A Fourth Row: H, Elleman, D. Fosberg, F. Smith, D. Abers, B. Mee, L. Iohnson, H. Mareri, H. Ball C. Hanson, I. McMurray, D. Olson, E. Wensley, D. Webster, B, Lawson, G. Bastian, D. Nelson, C. Dick- enson. Third Row: Mr. Levato, G. Williams, N. Ericsson, D. Fisher, M, L. Anderson, I. Anderson, E. Ed- ington, N. Iosephson, V. Clark, K. Hopkins, K. Sischo. Second Row: R. Buck, D. DeBell, M. Marsh, S. Nelson, E. Clark, I. Newton, M. Newton, A. Griffey, M. McCullough, I. Sorenson, D. Allen. First Row: M. Shoup, I. Freeman, B. McKee, D, Clark, l. Potwin, M. A. Latona, R. Dennison, R. Olson, P. McCall I. Fairbanks, E. Holmberg, G. Derby, F. Williams. 1 OFFICERS President .. .. Robert Olson Vice President .... Ruth Dennison Secretary ....,,..... . , . . . . Pat McCall Treasurer ............ Mary Ann Latoria Advisers... ...Mr. Zimmer, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Levato 22 THE CLASS OF '49 OFFICERS President .. Ioann Randall Vice President .. Ioyce Crandall Secretary ..,. Donald Giddy Adviser ...,. ,...., . . . Mrs. Turner Fourth Row: I. VanTilburg, M. Cornell, D. Reimondo, B, Vestrand, L, Wilover, T. Lindquist, W. Brun- son, W. Cameron, R. Wielder, R. Porter, R. Iohnson, L. Ferrara, E. Holmquist. Third Row: I. Peterson, B. Ogren, B. Glidden, P. Sharp, B. Gustafson, C. Oakes, R.Webster, L.DeWyne, B. Iohnson, F. Peterson, N. Brunson, E. Long, Miss Reno. Second Row: I. Ognibene, M. Culver, I. Anderson, M. Eccles, C. Crandall, I. Anderstrom, L. Burch, I. Schell, D. Finch, B. Shoup, I. Aiken, I. Delahoy, O. Milliner. First Row: O. Skinner, C. Hale, M. Fee, H. Swanson, I. Crandall, I. Randall, I. Wheeler, C. Scholeno, C. Allen. I Fourth How: L. Lloyd, T, Limberg, E. Malerliga, I. Meyers, I. Robbins, E. Hill, E. Walrod, B. Lloyd, N. Neathery, D, Walker, M, Allen. Third Row: rs. Turner, P, Callihan, M. Dahl, I. Morley, G. Tram- mer, P. Walker, B. Olson, L. Becker, R. Everson, I. Lawrence, G. Ernest, R. Caitoe, E. Walker. Second Row: D. Anderson, B. Roach, L. Nelson, V. Mason, I. Fonti, M. Cheney, I. Morley, I. Wallace, F. Cres- py, D. Gaeta, W. Dibble, H. Coe, R. Sweet. First Row: M. Howard, D. Gustafson, L. Funcell, A. Ru- minaio, T. Rigby, I. Crandall, I. Randall, D, Giddy, D. Pline, B. Woodard, R. Ralge, A. Field. OFFICERS President . . . . Ioann Randall Vice President . . . . . . Ioyce Crandall Secretary .... Donald Giddy Adviser. . . ....... . . . Mrs. Turner 23 O THE CLASS OF '50 OFFICERS President .... Lois Latona Vice President ..... Lawrence Fitzpatrick Secretary . .. .. . Ioseph Blaze Treasurer ...... ..... I uanita Stearns Adviser ....... ..., M rs. Iohnson Fourth Row: C. Muscarella, P. Mason, D. Iimmerson, W. Smith, R. Iohnson, W. Fehlman, A. Gus- tafson, L. Saxton, R. Carlson, H. Schnars. Third Row: I. Spencer, R. Proudman, D. Barnes, M. Ander- son, K. Hogan, L. Pline, Mrs. Iohnson, F. Stewart. Second Row: D. Tramner, C. Cavallaro, M. Beightol, D. Hudson, I. Seeley, L. Fredrickson, D. Lodestro, F. Fraizer, B. Benson. First Row: M. Torgerson, I. Blaze, I. Stearns, L. Latona, D. Mathews, F. Waith, R. Wickmark. Fourth Row: B. Anderson, B. Bastian, A. Berlund, P. Darling, R. Clark, H. Dowd, P. Canaley, L. Baker, C. Spencer, C. Green, B. Bloomquist. Third Row: L. Studd, B. Gustafson, N. Clark, I. Titus, M. Beardsley, S. Muscarella, M. Roberts, K. Iohnson. Second How: B. Olson, R. LaDuca, B. Meadows, P. Warner, A. Wensley, S. Kimball, D. Pope, N. Carr, I. Pentycote, G. Brunner, M. Petersen, R. Dick- inson, R. Crespy, C. Lindquist, D. Morley, F. Waith, I. Ricotta. OFFICERS President . . . ..... Robert Crespy Vice President . . . . . Rolland Dickinson Secretary .. Marian Petersen Treasurer ...... ..... G lone Brunner 24 THE CLASS OF '51 OFFICERS President Delores Anderson Vice President .. Donna Crandall Secretary .. Richard Stahlman Treasurer ....,.... Ioan Griffey Adviser ........,.... Mrs. Belva Morey Fourth Row: G. Hildom, G, Thomas, N. Anderson, I. Buchannon, I. Hopkins, F. Hall, R. Vibbert, G. Mogniola. Third How: T. Phillips, F. Obert, R. Schultz, R. Olson, H. Iohnson, S. Allen. Second Row: G. Ogren, A. Francis, T. Stornes, B. Dowd, C. Dalrymple, K. Becker, T. Rigby. First Row: D. Coe, A. Marvin, Mrs. Morey, M. Adams, E. Cameron, A. Ferrara, I. Griffey, D. Crandall, D. Anderson, T, Stal- man, G. Crespy, G. LeRoy, I, Digirolamo. Third How: R. Porter, R. Sweet, I. Iohnson, P. Cook, W. Snow, S. Walrod, B. Worster, I. Polizzi, D. Lindberg, C. Fish, I. Digirolamo, K. Beightol, C. Schnars, D. Miller. Second How: B, Callihan, R. Gustafson, R. Turner, S. Main, V, Boe. First Row: M. Allen, Mrs. Tooze, R. Whitney, C. Olson, R. Reed, N. Carson, W. Frick, M. Bader, P. Clark, C. Simmons, S. Michel. OFFICERS President .. . Norma Carlson Vice President .. .. Richard Reed Secretary .......... Wesley Friclc Treasurer ................. Marvin Bader Adviser .......... ...., ..... M r s. Ieanne Tooze 25 AUTOGRAPHS Q :iff THE CORRIDOR STAFF OFFICERS Editor ..,...,......... Barbara Peterson Assistant Editor ...... Durwood Newton Business Manager .... Burdette Carlson Ass't. Bus. Mgr. ........ Rexford Everett Advisers .......... Mr. Fenner, Mr. Frank, Miss Lundberg HE most treasured memories of school days in Falconer High are contained in the "Corridor" The "Corridor" Staff works steadily during the year to produce a pane orama of the year's events. Second Row: L. Petersen, R. Peterson, B. Waith, C. Waite, B. Peterson, F. Schell, H. Harrington, L. Adler, F. Cattoe, B. McCullor, R. Randall, R. Peterson, M. Hanson, L, Dunning, M. Collin. Sitting: B. Peterson, B. Carlson, D. Newton, R. Everett, L. Lundberg, H. Fenner, A. Frank, P. Ognibene. l Standing: F. Aiken, L. Reynolds, R, Randall, L. Petersen, M, Hanson, B.. Peterson, H, Carlberg, B, Wallace, M. Collin, I. Chase. Sitting: D. Newton, F. Caffoe, V. Gaeta, S. Brown, R. Malta, E, Turner. THE FALCON STAFF OFFICERS Editor ..................,. Frank Catfoe Art Editors. . .Betty Peterson, Mary Hanson Ass't. Editors. .Vancy Gaeta, Rosalie Malta Adviser ........... Mrs. Turner VERYONE looks forward to reading the "Falcon," for it not only contains school newsg but it also gives information about our ex-students and teachers. This year, the staff has been particularly fortunate in receiving a large number of advertisements and subscriptions which help to make the publications of the "Falcon" possible. 28 THE HI-Y OFFICERS President Russell Callihan Vice President .. .. Hollis Petersen Secretary . . . . Roger Peterson Treasurer ......... .. . Duane Segerlin Adviser ,.....,...... ..... M r. Zimmer HE main purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character. During the past year this group has been active in the following activities: attending the fall convention at Fredonia, sending Frank Caffoe as cr representative to the Albany Convention, Spring Convention at Fredonia, two joint meetings with Bemus Point Hi-Y, swimming at Y. M. C. A. in Iames- town, and a joint meeting with the Mi-Y. Seventh Row: F. Caffoe, H. Petersen, N. Cornell, F. Schell, H. Carlberg, D. Segerlin, L. Adler, D. Newton, G. Waite. Sixth Row: C. Walker, D. Andrews. Fifth Row: R. Eccles, S. Iones. Fourth Row: R. Peterson, Mr. Zimmer, G. Hunt. Third Row: W. Newton, C. Dickenson. Second Row: R. Olson, F. Williams. First Row: R. Callihan. l t t , ..- ,. I Fifth Row: S. Heath, I. Young, I. Chase, K. Ruckman, E. Anderson, M. Iohnson, R. Randall, C. Iohnson, M. Hanson, I. Webster, E. Spencer, M. Stanton, C. Becker, M. Fitzpatrick, R. Lopresto, S. Brown, M. Van Buren. Fourth Row: M. McCullor, I. Alessi, L. Dunning, M. Nelson, H. Smock, F. Francis, V. Cvaeta, R. Malta, B. Peterson, B. Dahl, M. Nelson, P. Beebe, L. Petersen. Third Row: M. Raymond, R. Fidale, F. Elardo, A. Iohnson, L. Lund, I. Main, R. Muscarella, A. VanTilburg, B. Day, M. Collin, R. Peterson. Second Row: M. Sears, B. Wallace, D. Verquer, I. Cirincione, L. Leyman, M. Ecklund, L. Lo- ?-iestro, B. Waith. First Row: Miss Thompson, D. Spaulding, P. Baker, P. Ognibene, R. Fraizer, Mrs. ooze. THE MI-Y OFFICERS President .. .. Pauline Ognibene Vice President .... .... P eggy Baker Secretary . . .. . Demaris Spaulding Treasurer ............... Ramona Fraizer Advisers. ..... Miss Thompson and Mrs. Tooze HE Mi-Y is the girls' organization which is similar to the Hi-Y. Promoting friendship, cooperation, and high standards of Christian character are its aims. The members proved their ability by successfully sponsoring the clothing drive, holding parties, and attending conventions. 29 THE POLICE COURT OFFICERS Chief .. ,,,........... Roy Hine Iudges .,.,.,......,,. Ramona Fraizer, Clerk .. ,...... Barbara Peterson Burdette Carlson, Durwood Newton Advisers .,..........., Mr. Bennett and Mr. Bishop HE Police Court, an important organization, maintains law and order throughout the school. These student police by precept and example set the pace for order, cleanliness, and honesty. Along with the student police there is a chief, three judges, and two fac- ulty advisers. Court meets each Wednesday when cases are tried and sentences imposed Second Row: I. Bardo, L. Lodestro, B. Peterson, C. Walker, H. Carlberg, H. Harrington, R. Fuller F. Schell, L. Petersen, R. Peterson, Mr. Bennett. First Row: I. Culver, V. Digirolamo, L. Mistretta, B Carlson, R. Fraizer, D. Newton, R. Hine. Second Row: C. Iohnson, R. Fraizer, M. Collin, P. Baker, R. Peterson, H. Bennett. First Row: H. Harrington, H. Carlberg, B. Peterson, F. Caffoe, C. Lawson, Mr. Frank, THE HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS President ...... Herbert Harrington Secretary-Treasurer .... Barbara Peterson Vice President .. .. Herbert Carlberg Adviser .,................. Mr. Frank EMBERSHIP in the Theta Xi Chapter of the National Honor Society is one way that the students of Falconer High School are recognized and rewarded. Falconer's chapter was chartered in 1939 with new members, chosen by the faculty, inducted each spring. The members are admitted on the basis of character, service, leadership, and scholarship, and not more than fifteen per cent of the senior class are eligible. ln May, l945, at a regular assembly, ten members of the present senior class were inducted into the Honor Society. The purposes and standards of the organization were read by the old members. Before each candidate took his oath, an old member read his qualifications. Clifton Lawson, who moved back to Falconer in September, was inducted as an honorary member. 30 DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY Director . Maxine Groscost Backstage Effects Virginia Clark, Mona Newton Second Row: M A. Latona, M, Groscost, D. Allen, V. Clark, M Newton First Row: N Ioseplz- son, R Nasliinvl, I. Hewes On the Floor: H. Petersen 5 I v 5 I was .tr Fifth Row: I.. Leyinan, R. Frazier, F. Catfoe, H. Carlberg, P. McCall, l. Warner, R. Randall, R. Nas- lund, M Groscost, M. Stanton, C. Becker, E. Spencer, E. Eddington, R. Lopresto, S, Brown, V. Clark, R. Ortendahl, I. Culver, N. Cornell, R. Hudson, P. Ognibene. Fourth Row: Mrs. Tooze, I. Hewes, N. Io- sephson, L Dunning, M. Nelson, B. Phetteplace, D. Verquer, I, Chase, B. Peterson, M. Van Buren, R Mal- ta, V Gaeta, R. Iohnson, R. Eccles, L. Adler, Mrs. Turner. Third Row: M. Ecklund, M. Latona, B. Mc- Cullor, I Newton, M. Shoup, M. Vives, I. Sorenson, B. Wallace, M. Sears, B Dahl, P. Beebe, M. Net son G. Hunt, C. Zetterman, Second Row: C, Fairbanks, R, Fadale, M. Raymond, F. Elardo, M, Collin, M Newton, D Allen, I. Cirincione, D. Newton, B. Waith, I. Alessi, L Petersen, B. Peterson, L Lodestro, R Peterson First Row: H. Petersen, C. Walker, F.Aiken, D Andrews, I Piazza, G. Waite. THE DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS President . .... . Bertha Waith Secretary . . Iosephine Alessi Vice President . .... Durwood Newton Treasurer . . Lois Petersen Advisers. .. . . .. .. .Mrs Tooze, Mrs. Turner HE Dramatic Club is composed ot all the Senior High School students who are inter- ested in acting. Meetings are held every three weeks and a play is presented by the members at each meeting. The best of these plays are then given in assembly. This year there has been a renewed interest in this club as they are planning to attend the Dramatic Festival which will be held in Iamestown in May. One play was also taken to Prewsburg for an assembly exchange, 31 S 1 .V tm M? xy U THE FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS President ..,... .. Rornaine Peterson Secretary-Treasurer .. Rosalie Crapo Vice President .. .... Ioanne Morley Adviser .......,.......,.,. Mr. Young HE French Club is organized to foster a better understanding of France, her language and customs. During the first semester, under the direction of Mrs. Miller, this was done by means of games and songs. When Mrs. Miller resigned and Mr. Young filled the vacancy, he employed movies, popular songs and books to bring about the desired understanding, A committee of three is appointed by Mr. Young to arrange the program, provide the entertainment, and serve the refreshments for the monthly meetings. Second Row: T. Lindquist, D. Coe, P, Ognibene, I. Morley, M. Van Buren, M. Collin, B. Lloyd, I. Ran- dall, B. Phetteplace, C. Hanson. First Row: M. Culver, D. Fosberg, R. Peterson, I. Morley, R. Crapo, Mr. Young. Third How: M. Collin, D. Anderson, R. Pline, I. Chase, M. Johnson, M. Anderson, P. Sharp, R, Iohne son. Second Row: T. Lindquist, B. Phetteplace, l,Anderson, B. Carlson, T. Lindberg, F. Caftoe, D. Fosberg, P. Stearns, N. Cornell, H. Benson, B. Iohnson, R, Hudson, R. lohnston, Mr. Zimmer, THE SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS President ...... . . Ronald Iohnston Secretary . . . . . Paul Stearns Vice President ..... . . , Duane Hopkins Treasurer . . , . . Burton lohnson HE purpose of the Science Club is to promote, in an interesting and orderly manner, under definite leadership and guidance, a constructive program of scientific investi- gation and experimentation. The twenty-five members of this club meet once a week from seven until nine under the supervision of Mr. Zimmer. The individual members work out projects in fields in which they are interested. Some of these fields are photography, radio, finger printing, short Wave, chemistry, and electric motors. 32 THE IUNIOR RED CROSS orrtcsas President . .. .. Marianne Collin Treasurer . Ioanne Anderson Advisers Mrs. Secor, Mr. Bennett Third Row: Mrs Secor, H Ball, C Hanson, H C apo, A Gustafson, B. Anderson Second Row: V. Clark, B Gustafson, P. Whattler, H Randall, I An io.son, M Fontt, B. Wooster, Mr Rffnnett First Row: C Waite, M Collin, M Van Burn-n Fourth Row: Mr. Shoup, B Mee, D Fisher, H Ball, I Myers, Fl Shoup, I. Aiken Third Row: F. Smith, R. Wieler, K. Sischo, H Vestrand, G Williams, G Shures. Second Row: li Holmberg, H. Porter, A, Field, E. Walker, M. Nelson, G Gustatson. First Row: M. Ball, D. Olson, D. Short, F, Den- nison, D. Waketield, C. Walker, A. Clark, THE FALCONER FUTURE FARMERS OFFICERS President Allen Clark Vice President Charles Walker Secretary David Vtfalzetield Treasurer Frederick Dennison Adviser . Mr. Shoup Reporter . . . . . Donald Olson Sentimental Donald Short w 1 JJ THE SPORTSMANSHIP BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS President ,.,..... ,.,.... D on Andrews Secretary ..... Lois Petersen Vice President . . . . . . Pauline Ognibene Treasurer ,,... . . Sherwood Iones Adviser ........... Mr. Hoene HE Sportsmanship Brotherhood is an organization formed each year for the purpose of transferring good sportsmanship from one person to another throughout the school. Every year one senior boy and girl are chosen for the best all around sports in their class. During the graduation services these students are awarded medals. This club has been very successful in training good citizens. Second How: I. Ricotta, R. Everett, C. Walker, W. Brunson, I. Delahoy, H. Harrington, L. Lodestro, D. Allen, I. Stearns, M. Van Buren, P. Ognibene, G. LeRoy. First How: R. Eccles, D. Andrews, H. Peter- sen, L, Petersen, S. Iones, Mr. Hoene. Fifth Row: I. Bardo, R. Callihan, B. Carlson, E. Schell. Fourth Row: Miss Thompson, D. Andrews, D. Newton, L. Mistretta, I. Culver, D. Coe, R. Everett, L. Lodestro, B. Bishop. Third Row: R. Fadale, I. Newton, M. Newton, M. Raymond, A. Conti, N. Iosephson, R. Naslund, S. Brown, B. Dahl, P. Bee-be, M. Shoup, C. Fairbanks. Second Row: I.. Leyman, M. Van Buren, M. A. Latona, D. Allen, M. Ecklund, V. Digirolamo, Ft. Hine, H. Carlberg, P. McCall, L. Dunning, M. A. Collin. First Row: B. Crespy. THE "F" CLUB OFFICERS President ........ .. Victor Digirolamo Secretary-Treasurer .... Marilyn Ecklund Vice President ........., Roy Hine Advisers ...... Miss Thompson, Mr. Bishop HE "E" Club is an organization formed for the benefit of those who have acquired letters during their years in high school. To further the act ot promoting school activ- ities is its main purpose. Major athletic awards such as sweaters are awarded to the students after they have achieved enough letters, Letters are obtained by students participating in all types of sports and intramural teams. 34 THE BOND AND STAMP CLUB omcsns President .,.....,.... Mary lane Nelson Vice President .........,. Don Coe Advisers .....4.....,..... Miss Evelyn Reno, Mrs. Tooze HE members of the Stamp cmd Bond Club might be called aids ot the government. They sell stamps and bonds every Wednesday morning to help the government. The club is divided into two committees, namely the financial and publicity committees. During the bond drive our school doubled its quota, selling S6,08U,85 worth of bonds and stamps. For their efforts in this drive the school received a decal. Third Row: F. Stewart, B. Phetteplace, I. A. Randall, B. Meadows, D. Lodestro, D. Fosberg, G, Hunt, L, Lodestro, R. Olson. Second How: I, McMurray, l. Potwin, R. Dennison, M, Eccles, B. Glidden, F. Hall, I. Wallace, M. Bader, M. Allen, G. Ogren, S. Muscarella. First Row: M. I. Nelson, Miss Reno, D. Coe, Mrs. Tooze, M. McCullor. 1 .. so Fourth How: R. Heintzman, D. Webster, R. Peterson, R. Hudson, C. Hanson, E. Harrington, E. An- derson, P. Stone, T. Rigby, W. Snow. Third Row: Miss Evelyn Reno, Miss Cora Reno. Second Row: P. Clark, D. Gustafson, C, Hale, D. Hudson, M. Beightol, R. Olson, L. Phillips, D. Matthews, I. Spencer, R. Bloomquist, R. Ralg. First Row: C, Linquist, D. Anderson, R. Sweet, R, Gustafson, B. Anderson, R. Turner, M. Howard, D, Lundberg, D. Trammer, M. Targerson, K. Beightol. THE BIBLE STUDY CLUB HE Bible Study Club, under the direction of Miss Reno, is a branch of the Bible Club Movement with headquarters at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This year the club is divided into three sections, the Iunior High girls, the Iunior High boysg and the Senior High girls and boys. The Iunior High sections are studying the book of "Iohn" while the Senior High section is studying the book of "Acts". This club is not the same as the religious education classes, and the meetings are held once a week during the noon hour. This is a nonesectarian groupg anyone can belong, the only requirements are that one attends the meetings. There are no dues or initiation, 35 THE ORCHESTRA OFFICERS President ..,.,., . Herbert Carlberg Secretary-Treasurer .... Marilyn Ecklund Vice President .. ....,. Carol Iohnson Librarians ..,.....,.... Donald Unger, Director ..,...,,....,.. Mr. Walton Huestis Robert Hoaglbmd HE Orchestra is composed of the musically minded students of F. H. S. who are chosen tor their ability to play an instrument. lt was founded to promote interest in music of all types. The Orchestra plays for various programs around the school, including the Senior Play, Commencement and concerts. A concert was given on February 5. Violins: C, Lawson, H. Bennett, L. Adler, M. Hanson, I. Newton, M. Latona, L. DeWyne, B. Roach, B. Lloyd, H. Olson, L. Fredrickson, L. Saxton. Viola: M. Anderson. Cellos: B. Iohnson, M. Dahl, L. Anderson, M. Newton. Basses: F. Peterson, N, Brunson. Trombones: R. Shoup, D. Webster, B. Lawson. French Horns: K. Iohnson, S. Heath, R. Hoaglund. Bassoon: H, Harrington. Oboe: M. Ecklund. Flutes: C. Iohnson, B. McCullor. Comets: P. Canaley, D. Unger. Alto Sax: D. Anderson. Tenor Sax: R. Hud- son. Clurinets: H. Carlberg, M. Van Buren. Drums: D. Crandall, G. LeRoy, P. Mason. . f . t 1 V' - L s 1 Clurinets: H. Carlberg, M. Van Buren, V. Clark, P, Baker, I. Hewes, I. Sorenson, M. Shoup, G. Williams, W. Tedesco, F. Dennison, B. Anderson, R. Dickenson, L. Phillips, C. Lindquist, G. Magniola, G. Smith. Alto Clarinet: l. Crandall. Comets: D. Unger, B. Peterson, C. Crandall, L. Lloyd, P. Canal- ey, R. Woodard, N. Anderson, R. Reed. Trombones: B. Lawson, R. Shoup. Baritones: D. Webster, I.. Adler, N. Torsell. Basses: C. Osgood, D. Fosberg. French Horns: S. Heath, R. Hoaglund, K. Iohnson. Oboe: M. Eclclund. Flute: C. Iohnson, B. McCul1or, R. Turner. Bassoon: H. Harrington, Tenor Sax: R. Hudson, M. Fee. Alle Sax: D, Anderson, G. Brunner, D. Fluent. Drums: D. Crandall, L, Anderson, G. LeRoy, P. Mason. THE BAND OFFICERS President ....... .. Herbert Harrington Secretary-Treasurer .,... Marie Van Buren Vice President ....... Carol Iohnson Librarians ............ Kermit Iohnson, Director ...........,,., Mr. Walton Huestis DOUQWS Webslef HE Band, an outstanding musical organization of F. H. S. is made up of the musicians of our school who are able to meet the qualifications. The purpose of the organization is to increase the students' appreciation ot classical and modern music. 36 THE WOODWIND TRIO Director ,. Mr. Walton Huestis First How: M. Ecklund, C. lOhnSOn, M. VGH BUFGH- First Row: I. Newton, M. Latona, L. Frederickson, B, Olson, TI-IE VIOLIN QUARTET Director ..,. Mr. Walton Huestis NDER the able direction ol Mr. Huestis, several small ensembles have been organized this year. They made their debut at the annual concert ol the band and orchestra. The Woodwind Trio, composed of three senior girls, and the Violin Quartette, com- posed ol three girls and a boy lrom the freshman class have done a wonderful job of entertaining in various places. Both ot these have improved considerably since the first of the year. 37 THE CLARINET QUARTET Director . . .. . Mr. Walton Huestis First Row: V, Clark, I. Hewes, M. Shoup, I, Ssrenson. First Row: D. Unger, P. Canaley, R, Hoaglund, B, Lawson, N. Torsell, D. Forsberg. THE BRASS SEXTETTE Director .. Mr. Walton Huestis HE Brass Sextette, composed of boys from various classes, and the Clarinet Quartette, composed of sophomore girls were organized for the purpose of playing at out of school activities and exchange assembly programs. They have performed at both of these successfully, and we know that most of the credit belongs to their very able director, Mr. Walton Huestis. 38 THE CHOIR OFFICERS President .. .. Herbert Carlberg Vice President .... Bertha Waith Adviser .,..,.,...,.... Mrs. Anderson ITHOUT a choir, F. H. S. would be incomplete. This year this musical group has been one of the best we have ever had. In November they participated in the All- State Contest at Fredonia. Everyone who attended felt that they were amply repaid for the effort expended. This group also went to Salamanca in March to sing with the girls choir there. The F. H. S. boys were the only boys in the group. Along with having a Boys' Choir, we also have a fine Trio consisting of Romaine Peterson, Ioyce Morley and Marilyn Cheney. These organizations owe their success to the untiring effort of Mrs. Iuliet Anderson, director. Third Row: F. Caffoe, R. Ortendahl, D. Fosberg, B. Olson, D. Unger, G. Hunt, M. Studd, G. Waite, B. Hanson, E. Wensley, H. Harrington, C. Lawson, R. Olson, P. Canaley, B. Anderson. Second Row: P. Ognibene, D. Randenelli, D. Newton, B. Waith, M. Ecklund, M. Anderson, M. Groscost, C. Iohnson, L. Adler, R. Hudson, I. Culver, L. Anderson. First Row: M. Cheney, I. Morley, R. Malta, V. Gaeta, H. Carlberg, I. Crandall, M. Nelson, V. Clark, Nnlosephson. Fourth How: H. Swanson, C. Hale, B. Ogren, I. Newton, M. Newton, C. Becker, M. Stanton, I. Rane doll, C. Oakes, R. Webster, M. Culver, B. Iohnson, L. DeWyne, F. Francis, M. Iohnson. Third How: Mrs. Anderson, L. Anderson, I. Anderson, C. Crandall, I. Crandall, B. Dahl, M. Nelson, B. Roach, P. Callihan, N. Neathery, M. Allen, F. Peterson, B. Lloyd, I. Robbins, E. Walrod. Second Row: E. Long, B. Gustaf- son, L. Nelson, P. Beebe, I. Sorenson, O. Skinner, M. Dahl, I. Morley, I. Fonti, B. Glidden. First Row: M. Howard, A. Ruminano, E. Clark, P. McCall, D. Allen, C. Zetterman, T. Rigby, I. Morley, M. Cheney. THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS President . . ......... Dora Allen Secretary-Treasurer Pat McCall Librarian . . . . . Agnes Ruminano Adviser ......... ...... M rs. Anderson VERY Tuesday and Wednesday mornings the blended voices of the Girls' Glee Club resound throughout the corridors. Mrs. Iuliet Anderson is the director of this group of fine voices, and we congratulate her on her achievement. 39 THE STARDUSTERS OFFICERS Director ,.,..........,..,... Frank Lewis Secretary-Treasurer Lynette Anderson LTHOUGH the Stardusters is one of the newest organizations in Falconer High, it is one of the most popular with the students of Falconer and the surrounding area. It is made up of several talented students of Falconer, but when two of the mem- bers graduated, it was necessary to fill their places with other people. Much of the Star- dusters' time is spent in playing for school dances at Falconer, at the Recreation Center, and for dances given by other schools. Second Row: L. Anderson, F. Caffoe, F. Lewis. First Row: D. Ahlberg, R, Hudson, D. Anderson H Carlberg. i L 4 1 1 Second Row: R. Hudson, I. Culver, R. Ortendahl, G. Wensley, D. Fosberg, H. Carlberg, M. Studd, D. Newton, G. Waite, C. Lawson. First Row: D. Randanelli, B. Anderson, K. Iohnson, P. Canaley, G. Hunt, D. Unger, R. Olson, L. Adler, F. Caffoe, H. Harrington, C. Hanson. Seated: Lynette Anderson. THE BOYS' CHOIR Director .. Mrs. Iuliet Anderson NE of the new organizations in the school this year is the Boys' Choir. This organization has been very successful, singing in many different places for various groups of people. They are a very popular group of singers and Mrs. Iuliet Anderson, their director, should feel very proud. 40 THE MAIORETTES ALCONER High School boasts of attractive majorettes, who have displayed colorful performances at several of our basketball games this year. We salute the members of this organization. VV V Second How: I. Morley, I Fonti, L. Latona. First How: B. Peterson, L. Leyman, M. Ecklund. First How: M, A. Latona, D. Allen, I. Newton, R. Peterson, L. Petersen, I. Alessi, P. McCall, THE CHEERLEADERS HIS year we are fortunate to have veteran cheerleaders return to lead our athletic teams to victory. A few new cheers were introduced and used extensively. The older cheers were improved upon and used with new vitality. The Girls kept the spirit and morale of the players alive and were an important factor in our many victories. -il AUTOGRAPHS 1"- X l XAINY TFXRCH CHAMPIONSHIP vvom FALCONERFMGH 1955 Q A-r K Mona S T J J R V ,g , , if ,J I t rr t 7 P tr f Joe DEMAQCO 7 X 1. - ' it CWPTWNV 'Ref v:Q. JUN WAZZA 7 FULLBACK a JOHN DBARDO GUAM GUAIQD .f--. x . . 2 fi? ,l v - . W x. ,,,? ' 7' is. JR FRED SCHELL TQ- ! . 7I4CKLE 7 F 1, ,i553, N , laike wc , if DIG! ROLAMO il HALFBACK DON K D S AN DR EWS 7 A HA L FBA CK . 5. 463 rf - Third Row: Mr. Bishop, M. Marsh, I. McMurray, V. Ribaudo, D. Abers l. Castiglia, L. Lodestro, R. Olson, Second How: H. Petersen, R. Bastian N. Cornell, S. lones, C. Walker, D. Oakes, H. Elleman, D. Andrews First Row: R. Callihan, F. Schell, R. Everett, V. Digirolamo, R. Nunn I. DeMarco, D. Newton, I. Borda, R. Hine, I. Piazza, H. Carlberg. Kneell ing: l. Ricotta, R. Hoagland, R. Crespy. THE FOOTBALL TEAM Captain ..,. ... ,.,,.. .......... . .. loe DeMarco Coach . , ,. . .,.,.... ..... B rad Bishop Managers ...... loe Ricotta, Robert Hoaglund, Robert Crespy, Robert Olson, Durwood Newton Schedule F. H. S. OPP. 13 . Sept. Z1 Dunkirk there , l3 7 . Sept, 29 Fredonia here , 18 l9 Oct. 5 North East there , ... U 33 .,... .., .Oct. 13 Gowanda there ,.. 7 38 Oct. 20 Lakewood here . U 6 . . Oct. 26 lamestown there , 22 38 ,. Nov, 3 Salamanca here . 7 W .. r ,-,t.. 1 L. t .319 5 DICK NUN N QUA X? TEQBA CK . if 'lg X X 2 o ROY HINE CENTER REX EVERETT HA L FBA Ck 'Q ,Q . - E.. , P ,E ,skikeesy 'if' fii? Q' HERB .5 CARLBER p D END ' I ., with ' RUSSELL CALLIHA END 'CK NUNN GUARD I Q 'X . NX A ,xx . . 1, . X, , ISQ ff ' RDETTE tntsow CENTER J JIM CULVER FORWARD t t 4. pe tt .- i Q -3 JOE DEMARCO l C'f4Rf4!fV FORWARD MISTRETTA LUCIAN FORWARD Third How: Mr. Bishop, M. Marsh, B. Olson, L. Lodestro, R. Eccles, N Cornell I Casti lia R Ho I cl V Rb d , Q , ag un , . 1 au O. Second Row: D , Andrews, D. Coe, L. Adler, R. LeRoy, G, Hunt, G. Waite, R. Stahley A H Ortenelahl, D Newton First How' l. Mtstretta, M. Studd H Hind I DeMarco, V. D1g1roIarno, I, Culver, R. Nunn, B, Carlson. 'Kneeling H Crespy, M, Allen. THE BASKETBALL TEAM Captam . . Coach . loe DeMarco Brad B1shar, Managers A Robert Creseyr, MeIv1n Allen . H . Nov. ,. - Dec. Dec. Dec Dec, an. an. an. an an an. an. A Feb. Feb ...,Feb. . Feb. ... Feb. - . Feb. . Mar. Schedule Randolph Olean Bradtord Dunktrk Fredanta larnestown Olean Silver Creek Grraud estheld Lakewo Dunktrk Fredonia lamestown Bracltord Sllver Creek G1raud Westtleld Go Manda there here here there there here there there here herv there here here there there here there there at Randokh An 'Ww- if-f X ROY H IN E GUARD OPP r ltrr' i" ,MARSHALL 5 sruoo - ewcawrae 'v-1..,,,,m VIC DIG! ROLAMO GUARD N e 1 R 1 F s 42 QQ . 27 41 7 33 it 19 11 42 Q 53 14 ' 31 . 20 - 31 30 , ' ii I R 3 K , Z 1 18 'W 37 -mf' 22 od I7 37 I Z5 ' '13 4? 1 ' za 31 9 ' 73 at 28 1? 51 Q 36 15 ' ze 44 19 so '11 21 ' 29 1 X 25 9 1 1 3h 4 ff' u I 1 Y' , ' .iQif.f7M . .. -fweem D5 . W, . xii 1 . 51: X . ,J .YQ Ii - THE BASEBALL TEAM COGCTI .... ....,....... B rad Bishop Managers M. Allen, R. Bloomquist SCHEDULE April 17 ,.., ,. at Salamanca May 14 . . ..,. Cassadaga Valley April 30 ..,, . Lakewood May 17 , at Lakewood MUY 3 .. . ..,. Celoron May 21 ,., .., at Celoron May 7 , ,. . at Frewsburg May 24 . . , Frewsburg May 10 , . at Bemus Point May 27 .. . . Bemus Point May 29 .... al Cassadaga Valley May May May Iune Coach . Manager 4.. 18 .... 25. ,, 8 ,.., THE TRACK TEAM SCHEDULE .. Earl Hoene Gordon Bastian ,.. . Fredonia, Cassadaga Valley, Falconer. . ,at Falconer . . , . .Gowanda, Falconer . . ,,,. County Meet ... . .Sectional Meet . 46 ....atGowanda .. at Falconer . at Kenmore THE IUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM Captain . . . . . . . . ............... Iohn Delahoy Manager . . . . . . Melvin Allen Coach .... . . . Harry Shoup HE Iunior High does not have a fixed schedule. lt plays the Iunior High Schools from Iamestown, and sometimes plays the Falconer High School reserves. The pur- pose of this team is to give the boys experience. There are many promising players who will be playing varsity football in the coming years. Third Row: P. Mason, A, Berlund, S. Muscarella, D. Gaeta, P. Canaley, C. Spencer, B. Bloomquist, I. Wallace, G. Crespy. Second How: M. Allen, T.Polizzi, Fi. Shoup, R. Vestrand, G. Sanderson, D. Giddy, R. Iohnson, D. Randanelli, Mr. Shoup. First Row: E. Walker, I. Aiken, O. Milliner, W. Dibble, B. Bastian, R. Crespy, C. Muscarella. Third How: R. Sweet, D. Coe, M. Allen, G. Crespy, F. Hall, R. Olson, N. Anderson, G. Thomas, R. Schultz, M. Bader, S. Michael, G. LeRoy, C. Olson, I. Digirolamo, R. Whitney. Second Row: Mr. Anderson, R. Crespy, I. Ricotta, S. Muscarella, C. Muscarella, P. Mason, F, Waith, R, Bastian, I. Wallace, I. Diallgoy, D. Giddy, R. Shoup, W, Dibble, W. Brunson, W. Tedesco, D. Randanelli, D. Gaeta, R. Cat- oe, . oizzi. THE IUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM Coach ............... .,........................ M r. Anderson HE Iunior High School basketball team develops the younger boys so they may have experience. These boys eventually become varsity players. They have no fixed sched- ule but play games against the Iarnestown Iunior High Schools and the Falconer High I. V.'s. 47 THE GIRLS' BASKETBALL CHAMPS Captain . , . . . . Shirley Heath Adviser .,,... . ,... ..... . . . . . Miss Thompson NDER the capable direction of Miss Thompson, the girls had a very successful year in basketball intrarnurals, During the season, twenty-one games were played. There were seven teams with ten players on each. Girls' rules were strictly ad- hered to for the first time in several years. The games were very fast and exciting, in fact, many times they ended in ties, and the game had to be played overtime to determine the winner, The bleachers Were always filled with spectators, the latter furnishing the cheers which spurred the girls on. Shirley Heath's team became the champions for this season. Second Row: V. Clark, N. Iosephson, N. Brunson, I. Morley. First Row: T. Rigby, D. Allen, S. Heath, P. Beebe, I. Crandall. Third Row: C. Long, N. Brunson, I, Thompson, Eunice Hill, O. Skinner. Second Row: M. Shoup, L. McGee, M. Ecklund, First Row: I. Potwin, T. Rigby, D. Clark, C. Fairbanks, THE GIRLS' SOCCER CHAMPS Captain , . . . . . Laura McGee Adviser ...........,...,,...................... Miss Thompson OCCER is one of the main sports in girls' intramural activities. lt calls for alertness at all times and is both interesting to watch and play. 48 f L ,'f :4-v frf "' - 'v' - if f,-' i? wkixxxy-X if xx X5 K X Xirlsisx 4.14445 gk --'X XNX , ' fix X Thlq N XXV N lffixxw N rr s 1 -J ff , X X, W nf' Fx? 'ii W J gs X V 'S' gaalimz, SENIOR PLAY HE Senior Class presented the play, "Foot-Loose," a three-act comedy by Charles Quimby Burdette, to an enthusiastic audience on Friday, April 5. This gay, human production dealt with the problems of family life. Mother Early, so ably portrayed by Bertha Waith, represented the sincere, helpful mother who is so anxious to shield her children from hardship and error that they are deprived of the opportunity of thinking and acting for themselves. The story of how the children rebel, persuade their parents to take an extended vacation, and run the house- hold themselves kept the audience interested and amused until the final curtain. When Delphie, the maid, expertly enacted by Mary Hanson, developed pneumonia and left Hope in charge, complications arose which seemed almost too much for her. Marianne Collin competently played this role. Marilyn Ecklund gave a charming inter- pretation of Mary, who learned to make her own decisions. Don Coe, as Bob, kept the audience in rollicking good. humor as he found himself in one scrape after another. Most of the problems were well ironed out by the time that Mother and Father re- turned and both parefnts and children agreed that it's a good thing to be just a bit foot-loose. The other members of the cast were: Richard Early ............ Sam Ribaudo Mariam Walker ...... Barbara Peterson Dick Early .......,..... Clifton Lawson Iack Milford .,......... Herbert Carlberg Randolph Cunningham .... Frank Caffoe Sanford Welles ..,. ........... Fred Schell Jenny Malloy .......... Marie Van Buren Mrs. Forester ......... Clarice Fairbanks "Buzz" Daily ...., Charles Walker i... THE CAFETERIA HREE cheers for the women in the cafeteria. They work hard every day preparing balanced meals for all of the hungry students. There are about one hundred and seventy-five students and faculty members eating there daily. Mrs. Inwood, Mrs. Shannon, and Mrs. Healy deserve a lot+ of credit for their patience in serving the boister- ous students waiting eagerly in line. ...,, IIVIAGINE THEM "WITH OR WITHOUT" Gene Hunt .,... ....... ....................... w i thout Barb Peterson? Iosie Alessi ....... ........ W ithout Iohnny Gatto? Herb Carlberg . ........ without Martha Eccles? Peggy Baker .... Without her engagement ring? Ioyce Morley .. without her accent fin Frenchj? Iohnny Bardo ......... without lean Webster? Mrs. Turner ...... without her up-sweep? Vic Digirolamo ...... without his brushcut? Rosalie Malta .. without her Navy jewelry? Agnes Conti ......, with Rosalie Malta? Lelia Reynolds .. , ..,. with her eyes open? Durwood Newton with a zero in physics? Mr. Frank ...... ..... g iving high marks? Roy Hine .... ,....,.., g iving a ticket? Mr. Fenner ..... ............,,.,. n ot in the cafeteria? Ronnie LeRoy ..... Betty Peterson .. Rose Marie Lopresto . .. ........,.........playing at the "Rec"? . . . .wanting to be with Burdette Carlson? . . . . . . . . . , in an 18th century ensemble? 50 THE CLOTHING AND CANNING DRIVE N Falconer High School this year, a clothing drive and a canned food drive were suc- cessfully completed. Both the food and clothing were sent to Europe to aid the many homeless people there. The clothing drive was sponsored by the Mi-Y organization of our school. Much credit should be given to the two aggressive chairmen, Marianne Collin and Bertha Waith. They, together with the other, Mi-Y members collected over 1,500 pounds of useful clothing. Among the many articles collected were dresses, skirts, sweaters, blouses, trousers, ties, hats, jackets, overcoats, and shoes. The Mi-Y faculty advisers are, Miss lanice Thompson and Mrs, Ieanne Tooze. The canning drive was sponsored by the local Girl Scout Senior Troop, No. 55, of Falconer. The girls collected over 500 cans of fruits, soups, and vegetables. Those in charge were Chairman, Fancheqn Peterson, Marilyn Howard, Bonny Lloyd, Thelma Rigby, Pa- tricia Callihan, Nancy Neathery, Carol Hale, Hazel Swanson, Agnes Rumiano and Marian Peterson. The Senior Scout leaders of our local troop are Mrs. Clarence Peterson, Mrs. Howard Neathery, Mrs. Neil Blood, and Mrs. I. Peterson. Our hats go off to the Mi-Y and the Girl Scouts for accomplishing two grand patriotic deeds. They both are a credit to our school, community and nation. --Qi EAVESDROPPING m F. ' H. s. PARKING GROUNDS OF F. H. S. Herb Harrington: Your pneumatic contrivance has ceased to function. Doc. Culver: Er-what? Herb: I say your tubular air container has lost its rotundity. Doc: But- Herb: The elastic fabric surrounding the circular frame whose successive revolutions bear you onward in space has not retained its pristine roundness. Twitchy Carlson fstanding nearbyjz Hey, Doc, you've got a flat tire. IN A VILLAGE NOTION STORE Herb Carlberg: What have you in the shape of automobile tires? Barb Peterson: Funeral wreaths, life preservers and doughnuts: take your choice. AGRICULTURE cuss ' Chuck Walker: Yes, this is the latest type of milking machine. Roy Hine: But do you think any of these machines make as good milk as cows do? INTELLIGENCE Pauline Ognibene: Gee, I've got to sing a solo for the floor show to-nite. Durwood Newton fintelligent Iuniorj: Who with? ENGLISH CLASS Mr. Frank: This essay on "The Roost" is word for word the same as your girl friend's. Bert Waith: Yes, sir, it's about the same "Rec" BOYS' SHOWER ROOM Vic Digie: Theres a scoundrel in this outfit: he stole a pair of my Fredonia shoulder pads, a Silver Creek sweat shirt, and a couple of Y.M.C.A. towels. HOLD UP Lucian Mistretta: What is a ten-letter word meaning a hold up? Marie Raymond: I'll bite. What is it? Lucian: Suspenders. 51 THE BAND AND ORCHESTRA CONCERT EBRUARY 5, the Band and Orchestra of Falconer High School presented a concert in the high school auditorium. These instrumental groups were directed by Mr. Walton I-Iuestis. i The Orchestra was comprised of forty-eight members. The Iirst selection was "The Water Music" by G. F. Handel and "Andante Con Moto from the D Minor Quartet". The lull orchestra joined in on "'Intermezzo' from L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2" by Georges Bizet. The special pianist was Calvin Hanson. The Band made up of fifty-two members, played "Cabins," an American Rhapsody, by Iames R. Gillette, "Spiritual Fantasia" by G. E. Holmes, and the "Little Rhapsody in Blue" by George Gershwin. The Woodwind Trio-Carol Iohnson, Marilyn Ecklund, ,and Marie Van Buren--played the "Music Box" and "A Miniature Song". The B-Flat clarinet quartet played "Saraband" by Corelli and "Pizzacato Polka" by Strauss. The Brass Sextet ended the program with "A Night in Iune" by King and "Castillia" by Holmes. After the concert, a dance followed in the gymnasium with music by the "Stardusters". The musical organizations made a profit of S65 with which they purchased six good, substantial music-stands. ln appreciation, our sincere wishes go with the Band and Orchestra for their past musical season and for the spring concert they are planning. .l..Qm..... F. H. S. HIT PARADE OF SONGS --NEWS EVENTS" . "Here Comes Heaven Again" ...................,............. Report cards given out "I Can't Begin to Tell You"... About the Assembly programs "Don't You Remember Me?" .. .... ........... R egents Question "Symphony" ...,........... ......,............ C oncert in Ianuary "Nevada" ...,.....,.......,.. ......,............... N o ten weeks tests "Goin' Home" ................ Basketball team after being defeated "Aren't You Glad You're You?" .. .......................,........... Senior to P. G. "FACULTY" "That's for Me" ..... .............. ........ M r . Young it As Long As I Live" .. I Wish I Knew" "A Door Will Open" .. it it Ohl Brother" ...... . Welcome Home" .. it "Dearest Darling" .. Rose Mary" . . . Lily Belle" .... . "Cuddles" .............. . Kitten on the Keys" ..... . "Little Girl oi My Dreams" . it it it tt Mr. Five by Five" ....... . "STUDENTS" 52 .. Miss Evelyn Reno Mrs. Smith .. Miss Thomas Mr. Fenner Mr. Frank . . . . . Bob Hoaglund Rose Marie Lopresto . . . . Iean McMurray . . . . . IoAnn Newton . . Lynette Anderson Pat McCall . . Frank Caifoe TI-IE BOND DRIVE LTHOUGH victory has been proclaimed, the students and faculty of F. H. S. still feel it a patriotic duty cmd privilege to invest in our democratic way of life. During the Eighth War Loan Drive, Falconer High School students sold S5,U93.7U worth of bonds and 5987.15 in stamps, a total ot S6,U80.85, our quota was S3,0UU. Committees from junior high school. through senior high school were picked as follows: Franklin Hall and Gerald Ogreng Marvin Bader and Melvin Allenp Sam Muscarella and Betty Meadows, Martha Eccles and Barbara Glidden, Mary Allen and IoAnn Randallg lack Wallace and Thelma Rigbyg Ruth Dennison and Lucian Lodestro, Inez Potwin and Donald Fosbergp Gene Hunt and Reginald Olson, Mary lane Nelson and Betty McCullor, Rosalie Crapo and Gordon Carlbergp Fred Aiken and Don Coe, Iean McMurray and Dewey Nelson. The faculty advisers were Miss Evelyn Reno, chairman, Mrs. Ieanne Tooze, and Mrs. Alice Smith. The United States Treasury Department has notified Mr. Fenner that a certificate of recognition has been placed at the foot of a hospital bed in Brentwood Memorial Hos- pital in Rhode Island. Three cheers' to all the students and faculty of Falconer High School who made such results possible. 9i NOTE TO MUSIC LOVERS AND POOR ENGLISH STUDENTS "As Long As I Live" I'll Remember When" "I Wish I Knew" more about my P's and Q's. "Right from the Start" I thought "I'm Getting Nowhere Fast." "I Was the First to Know" for in a "Small World" "I Knew It Would Be This Way" and "I Can't Begin to Tell You" "I'm Beginning to See the Light"because my report card gives me away. "I Don't Care Who Knows It" for everybody already knows "I No Can Do" my English questions. Teacher said, "Don't Be Telling Me Your Troubles" but "Prove It By the Things You Do." I study nights until "Eleven Sixty P. M.," but my mother tells me "You're Not Foolin' Anyone but Yourself." The English regents I triedg teacher said, "I'll Get By." "Chl How He Lied to Me." "Rose Mary" said, "Let's Lay Our Cards on the Table." "Slowly" I remarked, "I flunkedf' "Aren't You Glad You're You?" "You Can't Blame a Gal For Tryin' " even though I learned "The Hard Way." After "Whispering" to Room 23 "I'll Always Be With You," I glanced at "Lily Belle's" diploma and said, "How Long Must I Wait for You" even though "You're So Worth the Waiting For"? ...,T NICKNAMES BOYS: GIRLS: Iohn Bardo ...... "Butts," "Iohn L. Lewis" CQ,-O1 Iohnson lim Culver ,.... .......,. ' 'Doc," "Fritz" Burdette Carlson. ."Twitchy," "Swanee," "Pocahontas," "Chief" Roy Hine .................... "Professor" Ioe Demarco.."Harpo," "Star,' "Buckets Lucian Mistretta ..... "Charlie," "Larry Vic Digirolamo ......,........... "Veto" Durwood Newton ...... "Durts," "Newt," "Honey Iim Piazza ....... Gene Hunt ...., Russ Callihan Ronnie LeRoy ..... Lucian Lodestro .... "Blimp "Hauncha," "Pete "Manja . "Bonebrain . . . "Gabby Sally Brown . . . Bertha Waith .. Betty McCullor , Pauline Ognibene. "Hubba-Hubba Marilyn Ecklund . . , . . Betty Peterson Lorraine Lodestro Romaine Peterson lean Webster Barbara Peterson . . "Blondie . "Brune . "Bert "Mac . . "Slicker," . . . . "Dimples . , , ."Peroxide . . . . "Lolly ..... "Manie .. . . . . . Webb "Pete," "Barb IUNIOR FAREWELL Good-byes are never pleasant And this one least of all- For it means we'll soon be leaving This old familiar hall. Our memories will linger long About our ,favorite school, For here we've played and studied And learned to live by rule. Our victories in the world ol sports Have won us pride and fame. We hope that we have carried on Our high school's glorious name. Not only in the field of sports We've carried our name high- But in art and music also We on our laurels lie. Phyllis Whattler And of our teachers in F. H. S. May our memories last forever. And may time as it goes on Those friendships never sever. Now all of this is left behind, These days so full of fun. As friends we part to go our way Until success is won. Now we yield our place to you, Our brothers, sisters, gay, For we have learned that each must go Alone in his own new way. So farewell, old F. H. S. In all the years to come May sons and daughters love you well As '46 has done. 1.41 SENIOR FAREWELL Lelia Reynolds God gave us no right way to say goodbyep He left it for our inner souls to say, And from our aching hearts there comes a sigh, For all the things that we must leave today. Untold feelings of sorrow and regret May fill the lives of those who cease to know. Accomplishments, we may in time forget. Those friendships we have made, we'll always know. We place our hands in those who taught us how. Success must lie within the things we do. We thank each one, that we have learned somehow To keep this torch of learning bright through you. With this there goes a little prayer today, "God, help us, now, this last farewell to say." Ml-13-f aLJUJ'JH -JJJQJEJJ 5? Compliments of Compliments and Best Wishes ofthe HARDWARE 00. ING. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET IAMESTOWN N Y O GHAUTAUQUA G. L. F. SERVICE PHONE Falconer 66-545 Kennedy 2455 Ashville-Lakewood 3170 SEED FERTILIZER FARM SUPPLIES B ESH-GE-TOURS FEED Best Wishes to the Class of '46 LEONQS PG IEOCERY FRUITS VEGETABLES GROCERIES PHONE 52-483 U JAMES M. SPRAGUE lohn Deere Quality Farm Equipment IV2 Miles East of Falconer FALCGNER AIRPORT Learn to Fly in the New AERONCA Champion Trainer On Route 17 E. W. IOHNSON PHONE RES- 53-425 Operator and Aeronca Dealer CONGRATULATIONS Best Wishes to the To the Class of '46 Class of 1946 U PETERS0lI'S CENTRAL MARKET Elmer A. Peterson, Prop. QUALITY CASH STORES 2 EAST MAm ST. "When You Think of Food Think ol Quality" IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIli C. W. LILJA CREAMERY Wholesale and Retail PASTEURIZED MILK cmd CREAM 135 E. Elmwood Ave. FALCONER, N. Y. Compliments to the Class of '46 JDE lLESSI'S BARBER SI'IOP IOE ALESSI Proprietor THE MAYFAIR SWEET SHOPPE QJWKD Home Made Candies Iee Cream and Fruits THE SPINNING WHEEL Everything for the N eed lewornan INFANTS' WEAR GIFTS 204 EAST sEc'oND smear IAMESTOWN. N. Y. R I C H M A N Congratulations Classof'46 FINECLOTHES v Standard Quality 524.50 Super Quality 529.50 213 NORTH MAIN STREET ALLEN L. GALLIIIMI AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING IAMESTOWN, N. Y. PM-CONERI N- Y- Congratnlations Best Wishes to to the Class of '46 the Class of '46 v SURPLUS 8: SALVAGE 109 NORTH MAD: sr. IAMESTOWN, N. Y. 5 co' JACOB ANDERSON DRY GOODS STORE IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 5 illIIlIlllIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Compliments of LlRRY'S MARKET HOME OF GOOD MEAT 37 EAST MAIN STREET W. LLOYD, Proprietor G R A N D I N i S Fine Footwear 27 W. Main St. FALCONER, N. Y. Congratulations to the Pbotoalzgisbmg Class of '46 Portraits of Distinction V Gl.EN:RAY PHOTO SERVICE T RIA N G I., E 228 asecond sf. S T O R E S IAMESTOWN, N. Y. O. T. Rawson, Prop. E Phone 3-065 I JAMES-I-own R PHARMAGY Congratulcrhons to the William T. Krause, Pharmacist Class of 8 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN. N. Y. IAM ESTOWN Prescriptions. Cosmetics Fountcun SSFVICS . I The lowest prices that the muintencmc Exclusive Furrlers of highest quality will permit -IAMESTUWN sounl wonx smear cm: sHoP, mc. G A R A G E Blcycles, Veloclpedes and Wheel Goods GENERAL REPAIRING Expert and Prompt Service 123 EAST SECOND STREET IAMESTOWN, N. Y. Phone 54-122 STANLEY GII.BERT, Prop. 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