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

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Editor-in-Chief ( vetett Business Manager OF NINETEEN FORTY-SEVEN The ANNUAL of the STUDENTS of the FALCONER HIGH SCHOOL FALCONER, NEW YORK -JUNE, 1 9 4 7 - atewat All the world ' s a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts. —Shakespeare. Again we turn to Shakespeare for an out¬ standing example of drama. He reveals character, creates atmosphere, indicates spir¬ itual action and advances the story. eaicauou X To the memory of Shirley Little, the dear classmate of our early school days, we dedicate this book. When God called Shirley to come to Him in the spring of 1940, it was hard for us to understand, for Shirley held a very special place in our hearts. Her angelic beauty, her musical talent, and her winning ways had made her a leader in our class. Her life, brief though it was, has always been an inspiration to us. AUTOGRAPHS BOARD OF EDUCATION ft MR. HAROLD HEWES President 14 East James Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Hewes was elected to the board in 1941, re-elected in 1944 with his present term expiring in 1947. He was educated at the Lakewood and Chautauqua Public Schools and is the As¬ sistant Superintendent of the Chautauqua County- Highway Dept. MR. LAWRENCE DYE Vice-President 244 East Elmwood Avenue, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Dye was elected to the board in 1942, re¬ elected in 1946 with his present term expiring in 1949. He received his education in the Falconer Public School and is the, Supervisor of the Michi¬ gan Limestone and Chemical Company. MR. JOSEPH CLAYTON 32 West James Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Clayton was elected to the board in 1946 with his term expiring in 1949. He was gradu¬ ated from Jamestown High School, Fredonia State Teachers College and received a B.S. in Educa¬ tion from Buffalo State Teachers College. He has done graduate work at the University of Buffalo and St. Bonaventure College. He is now employed as Personnel Director at the National Worsted Mills. MR. JOHN HENDERSON 20 West James Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Henderson was elected to the board in 1943, re-elected in 1946 with his present term expiring in 1949. He obtained his education in the Fredonia Public School and is now the Pur¬ chasing Agent for the Crescent Tool Company. MR. STEVE CRESPY 107 East Main Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Crespy was elected to the board in 1945 with his present term expiring in 1948. His edu¬ cation was obtained at Union High School, New¬ castle, Penna., and is at present employed at the Monarch Fuse Corp. MR. LESLIE JOHNSON 8 West Mosher Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mr. Johnson was elected to the board in 1945 with his term expiring in 1948. He attended Wil¬ cox High School in Pennsylvania and is the proprietor of a grocery store in Falconer. MRS. ISABELLE LINDSTROM 100 Hickory Street, Falconer, N. Y. Mrs. Lindstrom was elected to the board in 1944 with her term expiring in 1947. She received her education in the Falconer Public School and the Millard Fillmore School of Nursing. 8 First Row: M. Geiger, F. Hart, A. Thelander, E. Reno, M. Johnson, M. Thomas. Second Row: M. Marker, J. Thompson, R. Smith, F. Waith, E. Andersen, B. Morey, J. Adams, C. Reno. Third Row: H. Fenner, H. Shoup, S. White, E. Zimmer, E. Von Reyn, G. Bennett. Fourth Row: R. Fisher, D. Cap- piello, P. Levato, B. Bishop, W. Heustis. HARVEY C. FENNER B.S., M.A. Supervising Principal N. Y. State College for Teachers EARL L. ZIMMER B.S. Vice Principal Science Edinboro State Teachers College University of Buffalo GUY R. BENNETT Dept. Head, Junior H. S. Division Fredonia State Teachers College JEAN ADAMS B.E. Fredonia State Teachers College English ELIZABETH ANDERSON Vocal Music Fredonia State Teachers College LAWRENCE ANDERSON B.A. Social Studies Health Houghton BRADLEY BISHOP B.S. Physical Education Syracuse University DAVID CAPPIELLO B.S. Manual Arts Buffalo State Teachers College Cornell University RAYMOND FISHER B.S. in Art Ed. Art Buffalo State Teachers College Albright School of Fine Arts MILDRED GEIGER B.A. English Grove City College FLORA HART B.A. English Florida State College for Teachers Tallahassee College Syracuse University WALTON HUESTIS Instrumental Music Fredonia State Teachers College EARL HOENE B.S. Commercial Subjects Whitewater Teachers College MILDRED JOHNSON Social Studies Science Cortland Normal PAUL LEVATO B.S. Commercial Subjects Rider College MARGARET MARKER R.N., P.H.N. Buffalo General Hospital University of Minnesota BELVA MOREY Sciences Home Economics English Fredonia State Teachers College CORA RENO B.S., M.A. Science Wheaton College University of Michigan EVELYN RENO B.A. Mathematics Pennsylvania State College MARION RIZZO B.A. French King College HARRY SHOUP B.S.A., M.S. Agriculture Iowa State College Mississippi A. M. RUTH SMITH English Social Studies Mathematics Fredonia State Teachers College MRS. ROLLAND TAFT B.A. Latin Cornell University ATHALENE THELANDER B.S. Home Economics Battle Creek College MARJORIE THOMAS B.A., B.S. in Library Science Librarian Keuka College State College for Teachers, Albany JANICE THOMPSON Physical Education Slippery Rock State Teachers College Elmira College EVEHARDT VON REYN B.A. Social Studies Cornell University FLORA K. WAITH English Fredonia State Teachers College EDITH WEAVER B.A., M.S. in Ed. Guidance Keuka College Cornell University STANLEY WHITE Industrial Arts Mechanics Institute, Rochester » 9 STUDENT COUNCIL President Secretary OFFICERS Rexford Everett Vice President . Durwood Newton . . . Dora Allen Treasurer . Wright Brunson First Row: D. Allen, W. Brunson, D. Newton, R. Everett. Second Row: D. Ecklund, R. Dickinson, T. Anderson, M. Allen, P. Ricotta, R. Crespy, J. Huckleberry. Third Row: Mr. Cappiello, D. Webster, J. Howard, R. Stahley, J. Anderson, L. Ortendahl, A. Nichols, Mr. Bennett. Just as our country, state, and town must have a government, so must our school. Falconer High ' s governing body is the Student Council. The purposes of this organiza¬ tion are: to unify all student organizations under one general control; to aid in the internal administration of the school; to give a feeling of law and order among the students; to develop a growing appreciation of democracy in the students; and lastly to promote and maintain the best interests in the school. The Student Council takes care of all club finances, charters, committees and makes final decisions in matters concerning the extra-curricular activities carried on through¬ out the year in school. Any laws or rules necessary for the betterment of our school are made and enforced by the council. You can be sure the Student Council is doing its part to maintain the high standards of F.H.S. 10 OFFICE SECRETARY Mrs. Arlene Allen Smiling, informal, and truly efficient! These adjectives scarcely justify our office personality, Arlene Allen Mrs. Allen can be so tolerant, so oblig¬ ing and yet so friendly. How do you do it, Arlene? We realize that sometimes we are rude and maybe don ' t seem quite so appreciative, but may we use this opportunity to tell you that we don ' t mean it and we sincerely hope you will be with F.H.S. a long time because you add in making it a more enjoyable place. JANITORS First Row: F. Hall, F. Babcock, B. Coleson, Q. Peterson. Who do we call on to open stubborn lockers? Who do we first approach when we want to enter a locked room or when a window shade breaks? None other than our cheerful, smiling janitors. They always seem so willing and we really appreciate it. Hats off to our janitorsl 11 SENIOR HISTORY Act I of " The Class of ' 47 ' ' opened when the cast settled in R. 23 and chose their leading characters of their freshman year as follows: Don Andrews, President; Lois Petersen, Vice President; Josephine Alessi, Secretary and Sally Brown, Treasurer. This act contained the usual skating party at Celoron Park where the players had an enjoyable time. The second year, Act II opened with Lois Petersen, President; Hollis Peter¬ sen, Vice President; Josephine Alessi, Secretary and Alberta Van Tilburg, Treasurer; as the leading personnel. This act was more lively than the first as a dance was held and refreshments were sold at basketball games. During Act III or the junior year the main roles were played by Rex Ever¬ ett as President; Ruth Randall, Vice President; Beverly Phetteplace, Secretary; and Robert Ortendahl, Treasurer. The important scene of this act was the annual Junior-Senior Prom in June which proved very successful with Pat Norman ' s Band furnishing the music and an interesting floor show being pre¬ sented during the evening. The money to sponsor this scene was earned in the preceding scenes which included the sale of refreshments at all home football games. Act IV opened to find the players again in R. 23 with Don Andrews re¬ peating his performance as President with the supporting cast of Bob Howard, Vice President; Delores Verquer, Secretary; and Dudley Oaks, Treasurer. Scene I, the senior play, " Almost Eighteen ' ' proved very successful as did the following scenes of the candy stand sales. The grand finale started with Class Night on May 23, and the final curtain fell on " The Class of ' 47 ' ' at Commencement Night, June 23. 12 DONALD ANDREWS President " Moron " " My car (?) Doosenburger " , devilish, blue eyes, roller skating, Women! DUDLEY OAKS T reasurcr " Dud " Reserved, brain, capable, Judge, hair, col¬ lege bound, piano player. MR. ANDERSON Advisor LOUIS ADLER " Louie " Radio, playboy, speed, amicable, musician, sports, dancer. ELEANOR ANDERSON " Elly " Reserved, studious, efficient, dependable, future secretary, honor society. LYNETTE ANDERSON " Lynn " Quiet, musically inclined, willing worker, redhead, clothes, Rod. DELORES VERQUER Secretary " Dee " Personality, neat, efficient, cheerful, peaches and cream complexion, " Jo and I " , Buffalo. MR. ZIMMER Advisor JOSEPHINE ALESSI " Josie " Cute, petite, those eyes! “me and Johnny " , white-collar girl. GLADYS ANDERSON " Glad " Neat, efficient, blue eyes, " Virg and I " , sunny disposition, somebody ' s stenographer. MYRIL BALL " Curly " Smiles, slap-happy, easy going, mischiev¬ ous, comical. JOHN BARDO " Butts " That build! dark eyes, neat dresser, ath¬ letic, temperamental, going steady. ROBERT HOWARD Vice-President " Bob " Handsome, shy, brown eyes, smooth dres¬ ser, Busti-Tech. PATRICIA BEEBE " Buckshot” Blue eyes, blonde hair, athletic, Skateland, happy-go-lucky, horses. HAROLD BENSON " Benny " Pranks, willing, humorous, screwball, pen¬ nies from heaven. SAM CALABRESE " Dudedo” Friendly, his car, waiter, New Way Res¬ taurant, nice looking, " I want to pass the regents. " JANET CHASE " Jan” Blonde, vivacious, petite, smooth dresser, good marks, " Russ and I " , Falcon. NORMAN CORNELL " Norm " Athletic, loyal, eyes and hair, pugilistic, lively. FRED DENNISON " Rick " Handsome, friendly, gentleman, initiative, provider of pennies. REXFORD EVERETT " Rabbit " Athletic, personality plus, everyone ' s friend, slow and carefree, nice-looking. CAROL BECKER " Peroxide " " Wedding bells " , Lakewood, " Marilyn and I " , skating, fun. SALLY BROWN " Slim " Tall, striking dresser, jewelry, temperamen¬ tal, dancing, gum, basketball players, beau¬ tician. EDWIN CANNON " Ed " Ellington, blushes, reserved, blue eyes, swell kid. JOSEPHINE CIRINCIONE " Jo- Smiles, Dunkirk, sunny disposition, " Dee and I " , secretary. BARBARA DAHL " Tubby- Wavy hair, cute, Pat ' s side-kick, men in general, good sport. DONALD ECKLUND " Don " Those eyes! tall, smooth dresser, " Rec " , going steady. FAYE FRANCIS " Swampy " Ambitious, the future secretary, depend¬ able, neat, energetic, all around sport. SHIRLEY HEATH " Shirtail " Sweet, athletic, quiet charm, slow and easy going, likeable. DUANE HOPKINS " Hoppy " Bashful, amiable, ties, Busti-Tech, the loser, dependable. VERN JOHNSON “Vern " Bashful, strong silent type, ex-G.I., wel- corned newcomer. ROBERT JOHNSTON " Bob " Newcomer, quiet, willing to help, spark¬ ling eyes, swell sport. VIRGINIA LARSON " Ginny " Smile, pal, gum, silly, stenographer, reli¬ able, friendly, sincere. LORRAINE LODESTRO “Lolly " Moody, skating, feather cuts, “I ' m losing weight " , sailors. PAUL LUNDQUIST “Nip " Comedian, Johnny ' s other half, plaid shirts, always laughing. RICHARD HEINTZMAN “Duffy " Viola, Ellington, humorous, silly, ambitious, good sport. RODNEY HUDSON “Rod " Printer, bed-post, sociable, Jamestown Civic Orchestra, friendly. MILDRED JOHNSON “Milly " Janet, candy-stand, friendly, silly, cafeteria, knitter, Elmwood Ave. FRANCES LARSON " Franny " Friendly, smiles, captivating green eyes, candy hound, ambitious, headed for Teacher ' s college. JOYCE MAIN " Stinky " Quiet, good-natured, friendly, R. A. J., Kresges. ROSEMARIE LOPRESTO “Alibi " Pretty hair, clothes, flirtatious, late en¬ trances, men! skating. BETTY McCULLOR “Betts " Sincere, responsible, pal, musician. Honor Society, Ted. LAURA McGEE " Fibber " Energetic, good-natured, intramurals, cute. MARIE NELSON Lunch tickets, cafeteria. Peck Settlement, giggles, Skateland, talkative. DURWOOD NEWTON “Dirts " " Ye Editor " , likeable, Chief of Police, pugilistic, women, devilish. HOLLIS PETERSEN " Holly " Easy going, never worries, collector of feminine hearts. ROMAINE PETERSON " Manie " Petite, happy, lively, impulsive, cheer¬ leader. RUTH RANDALL " Ruthie " Temper, friendly, mad chemist, intelligent, lanky, study hall pest. PATRICIA SHARP " Pat " Smiles, neat, good marks, friendly, " Bev and I " , courteous. ROSE MUSCARELLA " Rosie " Pretty eyes, devilish, always laughing, talkative, " If I can just pass " . MARY JANE NELSON “Giggles " Silly, roller skating, frivolous, laughing eyes. ROBERT ORTENDAHL " Fido " Nice looking, sport clothes, basketball, those eyes! “Don ' t tell me your troubles " . LOIS PETERSEN " Pete " Shell, that ring, friendly, sport, silly, small, everyone ' s pal. BEVERLY PHETTEPLACE " Bev " Figure, sophisticated, neat dresser, temper¬ amental, “Don " , housewife. MARIE RAYMOND Pretty hair, swell dresser, those eyes, January graduate, orator. GARTH SHURES F.F.A., farmer, always grinning, quiet at times. PAUL STEARNS “Junior " “Still water runs deep " , Frewsburg, Eagle scout. DONALD UNGER “Don " Kennedy, 1st trumpet, always willing, sensi¬ tive, mad chemist, Busti-Tech. CAROLYN WAITE “Blackie " “Life of the party " , smooth dresser, pretty hair, comical, college bound. PHYLLIS STONE “Phyl " Engaged to Gerald, discreet, generous, cap¬ able, friendly. ALBERTA VAN TILBERG “Al " “Going steady, ambitious, intelligent, seamstress, Murphys. PHYLLIS WHATTLER “Phyl " “Navy " , studious, industrious, honor so¬ ciety, friendly. POST GRADUATES ROY HINE “Prof. " VINCENT LOMBARDO " Chinks " " CAMERA-SHY " SENIORS DONALD SHORT “Don " Daring, amicable, mischievous, playboy, Busti-Tech. RITA FADALE “Rita " Chatter-box, temperamental, independent, city-line, friendly. BURTON JOHNSON “Burdox " Radio, the brain, reckless driver, quiet at times. North Sider. SENIOR ACHIEVEMENTS LOUIS ADLER—Student Council 1; Corridor Staff 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4; Orch¬ estra 1, 2, 3, 4, Concertmaster 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2; Boys Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Intramurals 1; Entertainment Committee ' ' Roost” 4; May Festival 3, 4, Co-Chairman 4; Activities Club 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Ring Committee 4; Hi-Y Conference 4, Reading Clerk; String Quartette 2, 3, 4; Boys Quartette 2, 3, 4; Octette 2, 3, 4; Decoration Committee fr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4. JOSEPHINE ALESSI—Class Sec. 1; Mi-Y 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Ticket Committee Sr. Play 4; Program Committee " Roost” 4; Activ¬ ities Club 2; Usher 2; Invitation Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Serving Commit¬ tee Jr.-Sr. Prom 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2. ELEANOR ANDERSON—Mi-Y 3. 4; Honor Society 4; Bible Study Club 3; Usher 3, 4. GLADYS ANDERSON—Usher 4. LYNETTE ANDERSON—Honor Society 3, 4, Treas. 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3; Choir 2, 3, 4, Accompanist; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Accompanist; Boys Choir 3, 4, Accompanist; Publicity Committee Sr. Play 4; Jazz Band 2, 3, 4; Double Octette 3, Accompanist. DONALD ANDREWS—Class Pres. 1, 4; Student Council 3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sports¬ manship Brotherhood 3; " F " Club 2, 3, 4; Property Committee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 1; Cleanup Committee " Roost” 3; Activities Club 2, 3; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Ring Com¬ mittee 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Hi-Y Conference 3. MYRIL BALL—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Scenery Committee Sr. Play 4. JOHN BARDO—School Police 3, 4; House manager Sr. Play 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. PATRICIA BEEBE—Falcon Staff 4; Mi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 4; " F” Club 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Publicity Committee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Refreshment Committee " Roost” 3; Usher 3, 4; Mi-Y Conference 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4. CAROL BECKER—Mi-Y 3, 4; " F” Club 4; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4. HAROLD BENSON—Scenery Committee Sr. Play 4; Decoration Committee Jr.- Sr. Prom. SALLY BROWN—Class Treas. 1; Corridor Staff 4; Falcon Staff 3, 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; Red Cross 4; " F " Club 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Senior Play Cast 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Program Committee " Roost” 3, 4; Usher 3; Reception Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. SAM CALABRESE—Band 1, 2; Stage Manager Sr. Play 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. EDWIN CANNON—F.F.A. 1; Scenery Committee Sr. Play 4; Track 3. JANET CHASE—Student Council 2; Corridor Staff 4; Falcon Staff 3, 4, Editor-in- Chief 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; Science Club 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 1; Bond and Stamp Drive 1, 2; Publicity Chairman, Sr. Play 4; Usher 3, 4; Girls State Representative 3; Candy Stand 4; Food Committee Chairman, Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. 19 JOSEPHINE CIRINCIONE—Mi-Y 3, 4; Usher 4; Intramurals 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. NORMAN CORNELL—Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; School Police 4; Science Club 3, 4; " F " Club 4; Stage Management Committee Sr. Play 4; Doorman " Roost” 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Track 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. BARBARA DAHL—Falcon Staff 4; Mi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 4; " F " Club 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Ticket Committee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Refreshment Committee " Roost” 3; Usher 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4, Treas. 4. FREDERICK DENNISON—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Band 3, 4; Ticket Committee Sr. Play 4. DONALD ECKLUND—Student Council 4; Hi-Y 4; School Police 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Intramurals 4; Pres, of " Roost” 4; Track 3. REXFORD EVERETT—Class Pres. 3; Student Council 2, 4, Pres. 4; Corridor Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4; Sportsmanship Brotherhood 3, 4; " F” Club 3, 4; Bond and Stamp Drive 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Bowling Team 4. RITA FADALE—Mi-Y 2, 3; Bible Study Club 1, 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 1; Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 3; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dramatics Club 2. FAYE FRANCIS—Mi-Y 3, 4; Red Cross 1; Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Refreshment Committee " Roost” 4; Usher 4; Dramatics Club 4. SHIRLEY HEATH—Mi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Program Committee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; All-State Music Festival 3, 4. RICHARD HEINTZMAN—French Club 3; Bible Study Club 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Choir 2; Boys Choir 2; Lighting Committee Sr. Play 4. DUANE HOPKINS—Science Club 3, Vice Pres. 3; Stage Management Commit¬ tee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 4; Basketball 2. ROBERT HOWARD—Class Vice Pres. 4; Transferred from Buffalo 4; Sportsman¬ ship Brotherhood 4; Boys Choir 4; Choir 4; Property Committee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 4; Hi-Y Conference 4. RODNEY HUDSON—Honor Society 4; Science Club 3, 4; Red Cross 1; Bible Study Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Orchestra 3, 4, Pres. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Boys Choir 3, 4; Sound Effects Committee Sr. Play 4; Jazz Band 2, 3, 4; Track 3; All-State Music Conference 3, 4; Quartette 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. BURTON JOHNSON—Science Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Chairman Lighting Committee Sr. Play 4. MILDRED JOHNSON—Corridor Staff 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; Science Club 3; Red Cross 3; Choir 4; Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Prompter Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Refreshment Committee " Roost” 4; Usher 2, 4; Food Committee fr.-Sr. Prom 3; Cafeteria 3, 4. VERN JOHNSON—Transferred from Jamestown 4; Scenery Committee Sr. Play 4. ROBERT JOHNSTON—Transferred from Cherry Creek 4; Scenery Committee Sr. Play 4. 20 FRANCES LARSON—Corridor Staff 3, 4; Falcon Staff 3, 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Red Cross 2; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Senior Play Cast 4; " Roost " Committee 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Chairman Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. VIRGINIA LARSON—Usher Sr. Play 4. LORRAINE LODESTRO—Falcon Staff 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Senior Play Cast 4; Intramurals 1; " Roost " Committee 4; Invitation Committee Jr.- Sr. Prom 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. RCSE MARIE LOPRESTO—Student Council 3, Sec. 3; Mi-Y 3, 4; Ticket Com¬ mittee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 3. PAUL LUNDQUIST—F.F.A. 1; Sound Effects Committee Sr.Play 4; Intramurals3. JOYCE MAIN—Transferred from Cassadaga Valley 3; Mi-Y 3, 4; Bible Study Club 3; Ticket Committee Sr. Play 4. BETTY McCULLOR—Corridor Staff 3, 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Science Club 4; Red Cross 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bond and Stamp Drive Co-chairman 3; Chairman, Ticket Committee Sr. Play 4; All- State Music Festival 3, 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4. LAURA McGEE—Mi-Y 3, 4; " F” Club 4; Poster Committee Sr. Play 4; Intra- murgls 1, 2, 3, 4; Mi-Y Conference 4. ROSE MUSCARELLA—Mi-Y 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Advertising Committee Sr. Play 4; Usher 3. MARIE NELSON—Mi-Y 3, 4; French Club 2; Red Cross Chairman 4; " F " Club 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 1; Bond and Stamp Drive Chairman 3; Co- chairman Publicity Committee Sr. Play 4; Usher 3; Entertainment Com¬ mittee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. DURWOOD NEWTON—Student Council 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, 4; Corridor Staff 3, 4, Ass ' t Editor 3, Editor 4; Falcon Staff 3, Business Manager 3; Hi-Y 2, 3; School Police 3, 4, Judge 3, Chief 4; Sportsmanship Brotherhood 1, 2; " F " Club 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Boys Choir 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Clean-up Committee " Roost " 2, 3, Decorations 4; Activities Club 2, 3; Football 4, Manager 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Ring Committee 4; Boys State Representative 3; Hi-Y Conference 3; All-State Conference 3, 4; Double Octette 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 3; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3, Serving 2. DUDLEY OAKS—Class Treas. 4; Corridor Staff 2; School 4; Honor Society 4; Scenery Committee Sr. Play 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Sec. " Roost " 4. ROBERT ORTENDAHL—Class Treas. 3; Sportsmanship Brotherhood 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Boys Choir 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Cleanup Committee " Roost " 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; All- State Music Conference 3; Program Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3, Serving 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. HOLLIS PETERSEN—Class Vice Pres. 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sportsmanship Brother¬ hood 3, Vice Pres. 3; Senior Play Cast 4; " Roost " Vice Pres. 4; Activities Club 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Hi-Y Conference 3; Decoration Commit¬ tee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3, Serving 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4. 21 LOIS PETERSEN—Class Vice Pres. I; Class Pres. 2; Corridor Staff 3, 4; Falcon Staff 3; Mi-Y 3, 4; Red Cross 4; Sportsmanship Brotherhood 3, Sec. 3; Choir 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; " Roost” Committees 3, 4; May Festival 3, 4; Ass ' t Chairman 3; Chairman 4; Activities Club 2, 3; All-State Music Conference 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Decora¬ tion Committee 3, Serving 2; Glee Club 1. ROMAINE PETERSON—Corridor Staff 3, 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; School Police 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4, Pres. 4; French Club 2, 3, Pres. 3; Red Cross 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 4; " Roost” Committees 3, 4; May Festival 3; Activities Club 2, 3; Octette 2, 3; Trio 3; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3, Serving 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Sportsmanship Brotherhood 1, 2, Sec. 1, 2; All-State Music Con¬ ference 4. BEVERLY PHETTEPLACE—Class Sec. 3; French Club 3; Science Club 3; Girls Glee Club 2; Bond and Stamp Drive 3; Senior Play Cast 4; Clean-up Com¬ mittee " Roost” 4; Usher 4; Serving Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 2; Dramatics Club 3. RUTH RANDALL—Class Vice Pres. 3; Corridor Staff 3, 4; Falcon Staff 3, 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; Science Club 4; Red Cross 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Senior Play Cast 4; Refreshment Committee " Roost” 3, 4; Usher 4; Ring Committee 4; Mi-Y Conference 3; Chairman Program Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Sec. 4; N. Y. Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 4. PATRICIA SHARP—Science Club 3; Poster Committee Sr. Play 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. DONALD SHORT—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Scenery Committee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 4; Decoration Committee Ir.-Sr. Prom 3. GARTH SHURES—E.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4. PAUL STEARNS—Hi-Y 4; Science Club 3, 4; Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Ticket Com¬ mittee Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 2, 4; Football 3; Basketball 3; Baseball 4; Track 3. PHYLLIS STONE—Student Council 1; Bible Study Club 3; Bond and Stamp Drive 1, 3; Prompter, Sr. Play 4; Usher 3. DONALD UNGER— " F " Club 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; Boys Choir 3; Chairman, Sound Effects, Sr. Play 4; Intramurals 4; All-State Conference 3; Brass Sextette 3; Serving Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. ALBERTA VAN TILBURG—Class Treas. 2; Mi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4; Girls Glee Club 1, 2, Pres. 2; Ticket Committee, Sr. Play 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. DOLORES VERQUER—Class Sec. 4; Mi-Y 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Sportsmanship Brotherhood 4; Bond and Stamp Drive 2, 3; Usher 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN WAITE—Student Council 1; Corridor Staff 3, 4; Falcon Staff 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Red Cross 3; Choir 3; Poster Committee, Sr. Play 4; Cloak¬ room Committee, " Roost” 4; Activities Club 2, 3; All-State Music Confer¬ ence 3; Double Octette 3; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dramatics Club 4. PHYLLIS WHATTLER—Student Council 2; Honor Society 3, 4, Sec. 4; Red Cross 2; Choir 1, Girls Glee Club 1, Bond and Stamp Drive 1, Chairman, Ushers, Sr. Play 4; Ring Committee. 22 THE CLASS OF ' 47 President Secretary OFFICERS . . Don Andrews Vice President . Bob Howard Dolores Verquer Treasurer . Dudley Oaks First Row: Mr. Rizzo, A. VanTilburg, H. Benson, L. Lodestro, E. Cannon, J. Chase, J. Bardo, R. Fedale, D. Newton, C. Becker, R. Everett. Second Row: E. Harrington, G. Anderson, M. Nelson, M. Johnson, B. Phetteplace, P. Stone, F. Francis, F. 1 arson, Mr. Anderson. Third Row: D. Ecklund, V. Lar¬ son, B. Ortendahl, L. McGee, D. Hopkins, G.Shures, J. Main, E. Anderson, R. Heintzman, B. Johnson. First Row: B. Howard, D. Verquer, D. Oaks. Second Row: S. Calabrese, L. Petersen, P. Lund- quist, R. Peterson, P. Stearns, B. McCullor, R. Johnston, J. Cirincione, R. Hudson, L. Anderson, D. Short. Third Row: H. Petersen, R. Muscarella, M. Ball, M. Nelson, N. Cornell, P. Sharp, V. Johnson, C. Waite, F. Dennison, P. Whattler, L. Adler. Fourth Row: L. Lopresto, B. Dahl, P. Beebe, S. Heath, S. Brown, R. Randall, M. Stanton. 23 THE CLASS OF ' 48 OFFICERS President . Sherwood Jones Vice President Secretary . Inez Potwin Treasurer . Robert Hoaglund . Calvin Hanson First Row: G. Williams, C. Zetterman, M. Marsh, B. McKee, S. McGee, M. Stahlman, T. Sher. man, J. Newton, R. LeRoy, A. Skinner, M. Studd. Second Row: R. Nelson, M. McCullough, P. Smith, M. Vives, D. Olson, P. McCall, J. McMurray, M. Latona, R. Olson, M. Shoup, L. Rice. Third Row: L. Lodestro, S. Nelson, H. Mareri, M. Newton, D. Webster, R. Naslund, B. Lawson, J. Sorenson, B. Mee, O. Donnar. First Row: R. Hoaglund, I. Potwin, S. Jones. Second Row: E. Holmberg, E. Blaze, R. Eccles, D. Clark, N. Ericson, E. Clark, R. DeBell, A. Funcell, J. Castiglia. Third Row: Mr. VonReyn, m! Lombardo, J. Freeman, C. Dickinson, J. Hewes, R. Teator, R. Dennison, D. Fisher, D. Allen, K. Hop¬ kins, D. Abers. Fourth Row: H. Ball, E. Eddington, D. Fosberg, J. Anderson, G. Bastian, M. L. Anderson, B. Carlson, V. Clark, M. Conti. 24 THE CLASS OF ' 49 President .... Vice President OFFICERS . . D. Giddy Secretary . R. Pline W. Brunson Treasurer . F. Crespy J. Aiken, M. Allen, D. Anderson, J. A. Anderson, J. Anderstrom, L. Becker, N. Brunson, W. Brunson, L. Burch, R. Caffoe, P. Callihan, W. Cameron, J. Carlson, M. Cheney, H. Coe, C. Crandall, J. Crandall, F. Crespy, M. Culver, M. Dahl, G. Derby, L. DeWynne, W. Dibble, M. Eccles, R. Elardo, R. Everson, M. Fee, L. Ferraro, D. Finch, J. Fonti, R. Frame, L. Funcell, D. Gaeta, D. Giddy, B. Glidden, B. Gustafson, D. Gustaf¬ son, C. Hale, E. Hill, I. Howard, M. Howard, G. Hunt, B. Johnson, R. Johnson, J. Lawrence, T. Lindberg, T. Lindquist, B. Lloyd, J. A. Morley, J. Morley, J. Myers, N. Neathery, L. Nelson, C. Oaks, J. Ognibene, R. Olson, F. Peterson, G. Peterson, R. Pline, R. Porter, R. A. Radek, R. Ralg, J. A. Randall, D. Randin_ elli, R. Reimondo, T. Rigby, B. Roach, J. Robbins, A. Rumiano, S. Sampson, G. Sanderson, I. Schell, C. Scholeno, P. Sharp, R. Shoup, O. Skinner, G. Smith, R. Stahley, H. Swanson, R. Sweet, G. Tranmer, J. VanTilburg, D. Walker, E. Walker, P. Walker, J. Wallace, E. Walrod, R. Webster, R. Weiler, R. Wood¬ ard. 25 THE CLASS OF ' 50 OFFICERS President . P. Canaly Secretary . J. Stearns Vice President . D. Mathews Treasurer . B. Meadows First Row: L. Fitzpatrick, J. Rimando, R. Wickmark, J. Seeley, B. Meadows, P. Cannally, J. Stearns, D. Field, H. Ghram, D. Morley, R, Crespy, J. Blaze. Second Row: L. Latona, D. Petersen, R. Fair¬ banks, B. Huckleberry, D. Tramner, M. Rodes, J. Pentycofe, F. Murray, E. Devall, J. Jiambrone B Ver- quer, H. Ramando, M. Torgegson. Third Row: Miss E. Reno, R. Dickinson, J. Titus, D. Matteson L Pline, M. Roberts, B. Olson, R. Carlson, J. Ridern, E. Welder, F. Chanello, N. Blashaw, K. Volentine, M. Beresdley, M. C. Reno. Fourth Row: E. Everson, D. Lodestro, F. Fraizer, B. Benson, C. Lundquist! J. Recotta, D. Wheeler, R. Loduca, R. Clark, ., L. Saxton. r t 1 I I First Row: B. Ogren, M. Petersen, A. Lopresto, W. Anderson, S. Main, N. Carr, D Specs M Walker, D. Specs, M. Barthol, F. Pletz, D. Johnson, D. Hudson, ., F. Stewart. Second Row: Mrs. Johnson, J. Spencer, F. Lawrence, E. Biers, A. Anderson, B. Crocker, R. Proudman, M. Anderson’ A. Cisco, J. Huckleberry, D. Mahoney, S. Geta, R. Stone, R. Farrera, M. Bennett. Third Row: B Bastin ' F. Waith, J. Bloomquist, P. Mason, E. Wilder, B. Jjhnson, A. Wensley, L. Studd, D Fluent G Brun¬ ner. Fourth Row: A. Burland, K. Johnson, R. Conti, R. Pace, H. Dowd, A. Homberg, H. Chase, C Spen- ser. 26 THE CLASS OF ' 51 President . M. Forbes Vice President .R. Stahlman Secretary . G. Hildom Treasurer . C. Leroy First Row: V. Boe, M. Forbes, N. Carlson, L. Cameron, C. Goldman, L. Marvin, B. Reed, N. Lund, M. Carlson, B. Trollan, B. Anderson, C. Leroy, Ri Gustafson. Second Row: B. Worster, K. Becker, B. Callihan, D. Crandall, L. Rigly, B. Mason, C. Anderson, A. Koliwaske, D. Lodestro, C. Johnson, E. Fargo, G. Fairbanks, S. Main. Third Row: N. Clark, M. Hedges, B. Dowd, W. Carlson, B. Wakefield, Mrs. Geiger, Mrs. Johnson, H. Ball, E. Benson, B. Gustafson, A. Francis, D. Anderson, G. Magnolia. First Row: G. Crespy, C. Simmons, R. Whitney, J. W. Frick, R. Porter, F. Philbrick, G. Ogren, W. Snow, P. R. Schultz, R. Mallory, P. Cook, S. Michel, R. Arnold, M. D. Reed. Third Row: Mrs. Waith, Olson, J. Johnson, Hall, R. Stahlman, L. Phillips, J. Crapo, G. Hildum. Diglarmo, M. Allen, S. Allen, P. Clark, Olson, G. Leroy. Second Row: . Sweet, Bader, D. Cole, S. Walrod, D. Leonard, N. Anderson, D. Johnson, J. Hopkins, F. 27 CLASS OF ' 52 M. Clark, G. Cox, I. La Baron, M. Macaluso, D. Vollentine, R. Warner, S. Burch, R. Maloney, R. Nel¬ son, F. Sturdevant, J. Green, D. Jimmerson, M. Mata, I. Sorensen, A. Wells, D. Beech, S. Beardsley, J. Briggs, D. Buck, D. Caffoe, B. Crespy, J. Custer, J. Digirolamo, B. Eckstrom, P. Eckstrom, J. Fitzpatrick, R. Giambrone, P. Hawkins, P. Hine, D. Hudspeth, R. Kolstee, R. Lewis, L. Lodestro, I. Pickup, P. Price, P. Ricotta, R Rigby, R. Stearns, J. Studd, B. Chipman, H. Cook, E. Cornell, M. Crespy, S. Crouch, C. Dalyrmple, G. Edington, M. Francis, B. Gustafson, A. Harding, W. Howard, J. Johnson, R. Lindquist, M. A. Lindstedt, B. Litaker, A. Malm, R. McChesney, L. Ortendahl, J. Proudman, D. Rhodes, K. Shoup, J. Sirianno, G. Thomas, L. Thompson, A. Winn, A. Abers, B. Cannon, R. Colburn, R. Crandall, D. Dowd, D. Frances, W. Heiden, C. Heintzman, C. Johnson, C. Johnson, D. Johnson, H. Johnson, J. Johnson, G. Ma¬ loney, J. Nelson, A. Nichols, B. Obert, C. Schnars, D. Rarick, J. Schnars, D. Swanson, W. Thomas, R. Thomp¬ son, D. Valentine, R. Robbins. 28 THE FALCON STAFF OFFICERS Editor . Janet Chase Asst. Editors. Frances Larson, Ruth Randall The Falcon is the school paper, published ten times a year by the journalism class. The staff brings all local news events to the faculty and student body. First Row: F. Larson, J. Chase, R. Randall. Second Row: M. McCullough, L. Lodestro, P. Beebe, B. Dahl, D. Allen. Third Row: J. Anderson, M. Anderson, D. Foisberg, J. McMurray, C. Waite, S. Brown. First Row: S. fones, R. Everett, M. McCullough, D. Newton. Second Row: M. Latona, B. McCulIor, J. Chase, M. Johnson, D. Allen, R. Peterson, L. Petersen. Third Row: R. Randall, C. Waite, S. Brown, L. Adler, R. Olson, V. Clark. Fourth Row: Mr. Fisher, Mr. Cappiello, T. Lindquist. THE CORRIDOR STAFF OFFICERS Editor . . Durwood Newton Business Mgr. . Rex Everett Asst. Editor . . Mary McCullough Asst. Bus. Mgr. .Sherwood Jones Had it not been for this ambitious group, our yearbook would never have existed. These students have really worked hard to make our annual " Corridor ' ' a success. So remember kids in years to come, when you leaf thru your book of memories, give a cheer for the staff; won ' t you please? 30 THE HI-Y OFFICERS President . Louis Adler Vice President . Reggie Olson Secretary . Gene Hunt Treasurer . Norman Cornell Advisor .. Mr. Zimmer To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character, throughout the school and community is the purpose of the Hi-Y. The Hi-Y carries on many school activities and sends delegates to various conven¬ tions. Douglas Webster was sent to the state convention at Albany. First Row: W. Dibble, P. Stearns, N. Cornell, L. Adler, R. Olson, G. Hunt, D. Webster. Second Row: C. Dickenson, J. McMurray, R. Howard, S. Jones. Third Row: E. Walker, R. Eccles, B. Law- son, J. Piazza. Fourth Row: R. Nelson, G. Bastian, L. Lodestro. Fifth Row: D. Ecklund, H. Petersen. Sixth Row: G. Waite. First Row: I. Potwin, E. Blaze, M. Stahlman, M. Vives, B. McCullor, R. Peterson, A. VanTilburg, P. Beebe, B. Dahl, S. Heath, R. Dennison, C. Waite, S. Brown. Second Row: P. McCall, J. Main, M. Latona, M. Newton, V. Clark, L. McGee, R. Muscarella, J. Alessi, R. Lopresto, L. Lodestro, M. Nel¬ son. Third Row: C. Bebker, J. Newton, J. Sorenson, E. Anderson, J. Chase, M. McCullough, F. Francis, D. Verquer, D. Allen. Fourth Row: M. Nelson, J. Anderson, R. Naslund, M. Stanton, B. Carlson, J. Cir- incione. Fifth Row: M. Anderson, R . Randall, M. Johnson. THE MI-Y OFFICERS President . Alberta VanTilburg Vice President. Shirley Heath Secretary . Barbara Dahl Treasurer . Pat Beebe Advisor . Mrs. Adams This group of senior, junior, and sophomore girls have as their aim: promoting friend¬ ship, cooperation, and high standards of Christian character. Although their advisor, Miss Rose, left in February to be married, Mrs. Adams, her successor, did not let the organization fall short of carrying out their aim and ambitious plans. 31 THE HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS President . Romaine Peterson Vice President . Janet Chase Secretary . Phyllis Whattler Treasurer . Lynette Anderson The Theta Xi Chapter o f the National Honor Society was chartered in F.H.S. in 1939. Membership in this society is based on character, service, leadership, and scholarship. The members are chosen annually by the teachers. The purpose of this organization is to raise the scholastic standards of the school. First Row: D. Verquer, P. Whattler, J. Chase, R. Peterson, L. Anderson. Second Row: E. Ander¬ son, R. Hudson, D. Oaks, B. McCullor. Third Row: Mr. Hoene, Miss Reno, Miss Thomas, Mr. Fenner. First Row: D. Newton, L. Petersen, R. Peterson, P. McCall J. Castiglia, R. Olson. Second Row: N. Cornell, J. McMurray, L. Lodestro, D. Oaks, D. Ecklund. Third Row: Mr. Bennett, V. Ribaudo, J. Bardo, D. Abers, J. Piazza. SCHOOL POLICE OFFICERS Chief . Durwood Newton Clerk . Lois Petersen Judges.Dudley Oaks, Don Ecklund Student discipline, cleanliness, and honesty is upheld by the school police. The school court is comprised of a chief, three judges, student police and two faculty advisors. Students receive tickets for misdemeanors and are tried by the Police Court. 32 THE DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS President . Mary McCullough Vice President . Carolyn Waite Secretary . Ruth Randall Treasurer . Barbara Dahl Advisor . Mrs. Gieger The Dramatic Club was organized to promote an interest in dramatics and increase the students ' acting ability. Plays are given at the meetings and a play is being planned to be presented later in the spring. The students are working hard to achieve success in their endeavors. Let ' s show them that we appreciate their efforts, shall we kids? First Row: B. Dahl, C. Waite, M. McCullough, R. Randall, C. Oaks, V. Clark. Second Row: J. Alessi, S. Brown, T. Rigby, D. Allen, J. Morley, P. McCall, P. Beebe, M. Nelson, B. Gustafson, C. Zetter- man, L. Petersen, B. McCullor, R. Peterson. Third Row: M. Conti, J. Sorenson, M. Vives, J. Morley, B. Lloyd, N. Neathery, B. Roach, J. Fonti, A. Rumiano, J. Hewes, F. Francis, D. Verquer, J. Cirincione. Fourth Row: M. Shoup, P. Callihan, J. Chase, G. Smith, J. Crandall, M. Eccles, C. Crandall, M. Allen, J. Anderson, M. Latona, L. DeWyne, B. Johnson, M. Dahl. Fifth Row: B. Glidden, F. Peterson, J. Ran¬ dall, J. Newton, R. Webster, M. Stanton, R. Nas ' und. C. Becker, J. Anderstrom, L. Burch. Sixth Row: Mrs. Geiger, L. Nelson, G. Peterson, G. Waite, B. Ortendahl, L. Adler, H. Petersen. Seventh Row: R. Hudson, N. Cornell, G. Hunt, M. Marsh. First Row: Phetteplace, R. L. Lodestro, Peterson. D. Ecklund, L. Petersen, L. Adler. Second Row: R. Randall, S. Third Row: B. Ortendahl, D. Newton, H. Petersen, Mrs. Hart. Brown, B. SENIOR PLAY CAST 33 THE SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS President . Burton Johnson Vice President . Paul Stearns Secretary . Donald Fosburg Treasurer . Richard Pline Advisors.Mr. Zimmer, Miss Reno Under the capable guidance of Mr. Zimmer and Miss Cora Reno, the students, in¬ terested in different phases of science, established the Science Club. Meetings are held every Tuesday evening from seven until nine. The members work in the fields of science in which they are interested. Some of these fields are: photography, radio, electricity, and chemistry. This club was organized to promote experimentation and investigation of constructive science. First Row: D. Anderson, D. Fosburg, R. Pline, P. Stearns, B. Johnson. Second Row: J. Anderson, B. McCullor, R. Randall, Miss Reno. Third Row: R. Hudson, N. Cornell, M. Anderson, R. Johnson, T. Lindquist. First Row: J. Myers, R. Porter, R. Shoup, F. Dennison, O. Donner, G. Shures, Mr. Shoup. Second Row: B. Mee, D. Short, J. Reardon, T. Sherman, K. Vollentine, R. Carlson, D. Field, M. Beardsley. Third Row: D. Olson, R. Teator, M. Ball, J. Swanson, F. Smith. THE FALCONER FUTURE FARMERS OFFICERS . . . Fred Dennison Vice President . Garth Shures .... Oran Donner Treasurer . Roger Porter . Mr. Shoup Reporter . Robert Shoup Sentinel . John Myers President Secretary Advisor . 34 LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS President . M. Bieghtol Secretary . R. Gustafson Vice President . N. Lund Treasurer . E. Clark One of the newest organizations in F.H.S. is the Library Club which at present is made up almost entirely of junior high students although plans are being made to eventually include members from the senior high. The constitution limits the club to thirty members. The purpose is to stimulate interest in the library and to help the li¬ brary render better service to the school. The members participate in the library routine, arrangement of books and bulletin board displays, and the selection and processing of new books. BIBLE STUDY CLUB OFFICERS President . . B. Anderson Secretary . . B. Worster Vice President . . S. Main Treasurer . . R. Turner 3 5 THE BOND AND STAMP DRIVE In aiding our government, the Bond and Stamp Club are urging the students to lend their money, to help pay for the peace. Left to Right: E. Reno, C. Spencer, M. Beardsley, Mrs. V aith. First Row: L. Petersen, M. Nelson, T. Rigby, R. Peterson. Second Row: L. Nelson, L. Latona D. Rarick, R. Dennison, B. Callihan, R. Lindquist, S. Allen. Third Row: L. Saxton, R. Ferrara, J. Ri- cotta, D. Randinelli, S. Brown, Mr. Bennett. THE JUNIOR RED CROSS 3 6 THE SPORTSMANSHIP BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS President . lames McMurray Advisor . Mr. Hoene Which club is reorganized each year and seems never to lapse in its activties? The Sportsmanship Brotherhood, of course. The purpose of this club is to transfer good sports¬ manship from one person to another throughout the school, and may we say that this club has been successful in training good citizens. Every year one senior boy and one girl are chosen for the best all around sport in their class. During graduation services these stu¬ dents are awarded medals. First Row: T. Anderson, D. Johnson, D. Johnson, D. Verquer, J. McMurray, R. Dennison, M. Eccles, B. Woodard. Second Row: Mr. Hoene, R. Everett, R. Bastian, K. Hopkins, R. Howard. Third Row: M. Macaluso, O. Donner, R. Ortendahl. First Row: J. Piazza, D. Allen. Second Row: R. Everett, D. Unger. Third Row: D. Newton, M. Latona, B. Dahl, P. Beebe, I. Potwin, M. Howard. Fourth Row: S. Jones, P. McCall, E. Walrod, N. Brunson, G. Peterson, J. Newton. Filth Row: L. Lodestro, V. Clark. Sixth Row: N. Cornell, S. Brown, R. Peterson, C. Crandall, M. ' Nelson, M. Shoup, M. Newton, R. Hoaglund, G. Hunt, V. Lom¬ bardo. Seventh Row: R. Stahley, R. Naslund, L. McGee, G. Smith, M. Eccles, F. Peterson, G. Bastian, Mr. Bishop. THE " F " CLUB OFFICERS President . Jim Piazza Vice President . Roger Stahley Secretary-Treas. Dora Allen Advisors.Mr. Bishop, Miss Thompson This club is composed of F.H.S. ' s ambitious athletes. Any student may join who has participated in school sports and has received a letter. Its main purpose is to pro¬ mote school activities. One of the projects at the meetings this year has been to teach some of our members dancing. This has been done under the capable leadership of Miss Thompson and Brad Bishop. 37 THE ORCHESTRA AND BAND ' ..V ,.vi ORCHESTRA OFFICERS President .... Rodney Hudson Vice President . Secretary .... Betty McCullor Director . Mr. Huestis First Row: L. Adler, L. DeWyne, L. Saxton, B. Johnson, R. Webster, R. Heintzman, M. Anderson. Sec¬ ond Row: R. Olson, B. Roach, D. Roades, M. Forbes, B. McCullor, R. Turner, B. Price, R Hudson, D. Anderson, M. Newton, M. Dahl, L. Anderson. Third Row: J. Newton, M. Latona, W. Howard, C. Zetter- man, J. Proudman, V. Clark, J. Hewes, S. Heath, R. Hoaglund, K. Johnson, R. Parret, D. Unger, P. Canaley, R. Woodard, D. Morley, R. Shoup, D. Webster, B. Lawson. Fourth Row: J. Morley, G. LeRoy, P. Mason, D. Crandall, D. Fosberg, Mr. Heustis, F. Peterson. First Row: V. Clark, J. Hewes, B. McCullor, R. Turner, R. Dickin¬ son, G. Williams. Second Row: J. Sorenson, W. Tedesco, B. Price, R. Hudson, L. Ortendahl, J. Crandall, F.Dennison, M. Shoup. Third Row: G. Mogliola, J. Covedill, K. John¬ son, B. Case, G. Waite, R. Reed, M. Anderson, D. Fosberg, L. Ad¬ ler, D. Webster, D. Morley, R. Shoup, B. Lawson. Fifth Row: J. Morley, G. Crespy, G. LeRoy, R. Wickmark, P. Mason, D. Crandall, Mr. Huestis. BAND OFFICERS President . Donald Unger Vice President . Secretary . Shirley Heath The band has put on some wonderful performances at football and basketball games, the senior play and two con¬ certs. They also went out of town for two festivals and really did a fine job. The orchestra furnished the symphony music for the school and really showed what they could do in this year ' s concerts. They played for our parents on " Parents Night”, and went to Fredonia to take part in the spring festival. The purpose of the Junior orchestra is to prepare our younger students for the senior band and orchestra. These young musicians from the seventh and eighth grades un¬ der the direction of Mr. Hues¬ tis are learning the value of cooperation and playing to¬ gether. The Junior Choir is composed of forty of our young seventh and eighth graders. At Christ¬ mas time their young voices added greatly to the Vesper Services. We also had the pleasure of hearing them in one of our assembly programs under the direction of Mrs. Anderson. JUNIOR ORCHESTRA AND JUNIOR CHOIR 38 THE CHOIR OFFICERS President . Lois Petersen Vice President.Mary Lou Anderson Secretary . Romaine Peterson Librarians.Carol Crandall, O. Donner Director . Mrs. Anderson Hark! the Herald Angels Sing—-Well, they aren ' t angels but they are the singing voices of F.H.S. The choir, under the direction of Mrs. Anderson, has taken part in many programs. They sang for Parents Night, the Vesper Service, Spring Concert, Spring Fes¬ tival, and also traveled to Fredonia to take part in the New York State Music Association Festival, April 25th. The Choir presented an operetta, " Campus Daze " for the purpose of raising money for new choir robes. First Row: B. Gustafson, N. Neathery, L. Anderson, M. Cheney, R. Peterson, J. Morley, C. Zet- terman, A. Rumanio, M. Howard, J. Crandall, C. Crandall. Second Row: J. Morley, M. Culver, J. Chase, L. Adler, R. Hudson, P. Canaley, G. Hunt, W. Tedesco, L. Petersen, G. Smith, J. Randall. Third Row: M. Johnson, L. DeWyne, B. Johnson, . .. Williams, R. Howard, O. Donner, D. Fosberg, D. Randenelli, V. Clark, M. Nelson. Fourth Row: C. Oaks, M. Anderson, B. Glidden, R. Olson, D. New¬ ton, G. Waite, R. Ortendahl, F. Smith, R. Hoaglund, N. Josephson, F. Peterson. First Row: B. Roach, B. McKee, A. Funcell, M. Vives, S. Main, L. Latona, J. Morley, M. Cheney, M. Howard, C. Zetterman. Second Row: Mrs. Anderson, B. Gustafson, J. Morley, J. Sorenson, L An¬ derson, B. Lloyd, J. Stearns, D. Petersen, M. Dahl, B. Meadows. Third Row: C. Crandall, G. Smith, M. Allen, N. Josephson, M. Culver, J. Anderson, J. Anderson, M. Eccles, J. Robbins, E. Walrod. Fourth Row: J. Crandall, J. Randall, C. Oaks, B. Glidden, N. Neathery, F. Peterson, L. DeWyne, B. Johnson. THE GLEE CLUB OFFICERS President . Cecil Oaks Vice President . Lois Latona Sec.-Treas. Carol Crandall Librarian . Mary Allen Director . Mrs. Anderson 39 THE QUARTET Director Mrs. Anderson First Row: G. Waite, L. Adler, R. Hudson, B. Hoaglund. Seated: Mrs. Anderson. First Row: O. Donner, R. Howard, Mrs. Anderson, L. Anderson, L. Adler, G. Waite. Second Row: R. Hoaglund, R. Ortendahl, D. Fosburg, W. Tedesco, D. Randenelli. Third Row: R. Williams, G. Hunt, D. Newton, R. Olson, F. Smith, P. Canaley. THE BOYS ' GLEE CLUB Director . Mrs. Anderson Accompanist . Lynette Anderson 40 MAJORETTES Whenever you hear the blasting of horns and the beating of diums coming down the street, you will first catch sight of our own F.H.S. baton twirlers. This year the major¬ ettes have put on some fine performances at our games in their stunning new outfits. Majorettes: Take a bow. First How: D. Petersen. Second Row: J. Morley, L. Latona. Third Row: J. Fonti. Right to Leit: M. Latona, D. Allen, J. Newton, R. Peterson, L. Petersen, J. Alessi, P. McCall. CHEER LEADERS Where there ' s a game, no matter what the weather, you will always find our happy- go-lucky cheerleaders. They do their best to keep up the morale and the spirit of our players. This year the girls made new uniforms and they really do look swell. It ' s high time we gave them a cheer; don ' t ya ' think? 41 AUTOGRAPHS ryLLBA? VARSITY FOOTBALL Although the football team had a very unfavorable season we have bright hopes for next year. This year the squad was composed mostly of inexperienced players and although the season was poor the players have all gained valuable experience which most of them will use next year. We are sure that the 1947-1948 season will be one in which the team will have many wins and few defeats. URRAY G)UATER BACI HMF SflCK ii NORMAL CORNEL TACKlf DUD ' OAKS LND TAP VS L GENE HUNT GUARD ' B HOAfeLUND GUARP A ' LUCIAN L ODEjfti ' CENTER MLR STUDD FORWARD BASKETBALL Our 1946-1947 basketball squad was composed almost entirely of inexperi¬ enced material, that is, boys who had not seen any action on the varsity before this year. Taking into consideration this fact, we believe that we are justified in saying that this past season was very profitable. Profitable not only in the sense of being victorious, but also from the point of view of building a team for the coming year. Of the nine first string men who will be returning next year, at least seven will be letter men. I think that we can safely say that the season of 1947-1948 will be a pennant-winning season. BOB - - JORTENDAHL DIRTS NEWTON FORWARD HIND SbUARD .ENTER, fO bUARD | BASEBALL TEAM Coach Brad Bishop Managers . Melvin Allen, Johnny Digiralamo With the majority of last year ' s varsity returning to the diamond for F. H. S. this spring, the prospects for a good season are many. Linking together the fac ts that last year was a good season and that this year we have almost the same team, I don ' t see how we can help but end the season with a long record of victories. First Row: R. Shoup, G. Shures, G. Waite, R. Stanley, R. Hoaglund, J. Piazza, D. Newton. Sec¬ ond Row: F. Tranillo, G. Walker, P. Stearns, D. Gaeta, W. Tedesco, L. Lodestro, R. Bastian, R. John¬ son. Third Row: J. Reardon, R. Clark, W. Camoron, R. Howard, G. Bastian, D. Giddy, R. Stone, J. Wallace, D. Andrews, R. Ortendahl. First Row: R. Wieler, R. Woodard, M. Lombardo, G. Walker, W. Dibbles, D. Unger, D. Finch, J. Piazza, G. Hunt. Second Row: O. Donner, L. Adler, R. Hoaglund, D. Newton, R. Everett, S. Jones, R. Eccles, R. Teator, D. Oaks. Third Row: R. Howard, N. Cornell, M. Ball, F. Dennison, D. Webster, D. Johnson, R. Ortendahl, L. Becker, R. Stahley, D. Andrews. TRACK TEAM Coach Earl Hoene Managers. .. .John Howard, Michael Mata 46 JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM Coach Mr. Fisher, Mr. Levato First Row: G. Mallony, G. Fitzpatrick L Fitzpatrick, G. Crespy, M. Mata, J. Ricotta, P. Ricotta, I Digiralamo, J. Siriano. Second Row: F. Stirdevandt, E. Wilder, J. Hildom, R. Schultz, S. Muscar- ella. Ft Steams, R Crespy, M. Bader. Third Row: R. Clark, P. Mason, E. Wilder, H. Dowd, D. Mal- lony, L Saxton, J. Digiralamo, M Macaluso. Fourth Row: Mr. Fisher, J. Hickleberry, Mr. Levato. First Row: P. Mason, F. Waith, R. Crespy, J. Ricotta, P Canally, A. Berlin, R. Johnston, R. Clark, R. Bastion. Second Row: D. Cafioe, R. Whitney, J. Crespy, M. Allen, P. Ricotta, J. Digiralamo, M. Bator, W. Frick, G. Maloney, A. Abers, C. Olson Third Row: J Pickup. , J. Johnston, M Mata, L Fitzpatrick, R Shultz, R. Crandall, D. Vallentine, D. Cole. Fourth Row: J. Digiralamo, M. Macaluso, J. Crapo, Mr. Anderson, S. Mitchell, P. Hawkins, R. Stearns, G. Thomas. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM Coach . Mr. Anderson They ' re not so much in the spotlight right now, but you ' d better take your pick now girls, because these promising young basketeers are Falconer High ' s stars of the future. The Junior High squad, ably coached by Mr. Lawrence Anderson, is made up of boys in the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. It serves as excellent preparatory train¬ ing for the years when they will become part of our regular basketball program. 47 GIRLS ' BASKETBALL CHAMPS Captain Shirley Heath The girls intramural basketball squad is made up of girls in senior high only. This year, there were 80 girls in the squad and they were divided into nine teams of approxi¬ mately eight girls each. These teams are all under the supervision of the girls physical education instructor, accounting for the fact that they were so evenly matched. The annual tournament of 1946- ' 47 ended in a three way tie for first place, and you see above the result of the final playoff. First Row: D. Wheeler, S. Heath, P. Beebe, J. Morley. Second Row: D. Fluent, R. Webster, A. Wensley, V. Clark. First Row: J. Newton, D. Petersen, B. Dahl, S. Main, A. LoPresto, D. Clark. Second Row: F. Ploetz, R. Webster, B. Glidden, G. Smith, S. Heath. GIRLS ' SOCCER CHAMPS Captain . Barbara Dahl 48 1 . Norman and Gene Cornell 7. Rodney and Dianne Hudson 14. Carol and Katherine Becker 2. Carolyn and Glen Waite 8. Faye, Laura, Alice and Marjory Francis 15. Dudley and Cecile Oaks 3. Phyllis and Dick Stone 9. Joyce, Betty, Alice and Shirley Main 16. Laura and Sterling Me Gee 4. Marie and Louise Nelson 10. Chuck, Rose Marie and Angela Lopresto 17. Hollis and Lois Peterson 5. Durwood and Joanne Newton 11. Lorraine and Lucian Lodestro 18. Bob and Lois Ortendahl 6. Alberta and Jim Van Tilburg 12. Duane and Kenyon Hopkins 19. Pat and Phyllis Sharp 13. Ruth and Jo Anne Randall THROUGH LIFE May we go through life with open eyes Climbing steadily the ladder, round by round, Our ideals sketched clearly in the skies, But our fulfillment of them solid as the ground. Learning the goal not always is the prize, But ' twas the way we came that made us wise. The path we took has not been always free, There have been problems to surmount. The ones we conquered, we now see Have proved to be the ones of greatest count. Thought, service, obedience—these three Will make a richer life for you and me. Although we leave the school we hold so dear May loyal friends accompany our way And bring their heart felt messages of cheer Lest these last days of parting seem too grey. Our work is done, our journey ' s end is near But where ' ere we go, our loving thoughts are here. Phyllis Whattler JO Y-TEENS jL wvJft ft f A WfyS jS.- ' B ■ " -B First Row: A. Nichlos, B. Ander¬ son, J. Nelson. Second Row: M. Lund, E. Marvin, A. Malm, G. Middlebroug, M. Lindstead, L. Thompson, D. Swanson, D. John¬ son, M. Clark, M. Francis, M. Cres- py, R. Rigley, B. Crespy. Third Rev : R. Turner, M. Forbes, B. Chipman, L. Lodestro, I. LaBarron, B. Price, J. Proudman, D. Dowd, S. Burch, J. Trolland, C. Johnson, R. Gustafson. Fourth Row: B. Wooster, S. Main, A. Winn, M. Hedges, B. Mason, H. Cook, D. Rarrock, A. Francis, L. Ortenda’d, K. Shoup, B. Wakefield. Fifth Row: Mrs. Waith, P. Hine, C. Dal- rymple, G. Magnolia, J. Custro, Mrs. Smith. Although the Y-Teens were new this year, they had a very successful year. They are a branch of the Y.W.C.A. of Jamestown under Miss Marge Mayer with Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Waith as faculty advisors. Their meetings are enlivened with outside speakers as well as programs arranged by the girls themselves. Their big project has been the collec¬ tion of food, clothing and money for the support of a French school. With their motto of " Through helping others, one derives benefit for himself ' ' we know that these ambitious girls will continue the splendid work they began this year. THE BOWLING TEAM First Row: J. Castiliga, R. Clark, D. Randinelli, R. Caffoe. Second Row: R. Everett, Mr. Hoene, J. Pizza. 51 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Nearest to the Altar Lois Petersen John Bardo Best Personality Dolores Verquer Donald Andrews Most Popular Lois Petersen Durwood Newton Most Typically American Durwood Newton Alberta Van Tilburg Best Sport Donald Andrews Patricia Beebe Best Looking Donald Ecklund Laura McGee Cutest Donald Short Barbara Dahl Best Figure and Physique Beverly Phetteplace John Bardo Prettiest Hair Barbara Dahl Rex Everett Prettiest Eyes Josephine Alessi Donald Ecklund Best Dressed Sally Brown Robert Howard Best Athlete Patricia Beebe Rexford Everett Most Talkative Sally Brown Myril Ball Most Comical Carolyn Waite Harold Benson Most Ambitious Dudley Oaks Phyllis Whattler Most Studious Eleanor Anderson Dudley Oaks Best Dancer Sally Brown Louis Adler Most Likely to Succeed Phyllis Whattler Dudley Oaks Most Reserved Eleanor Anderson Dudley Oaks 52 Where. No Furnishing Problems Go Unsolved! ” Where Good Furniture Is Not Expensive” FIELD WRIGHT CO. 100-108 Main Street JAMESTOWN. N. Y. 54 i CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ’47 We appreciate your selection of our studio for the important job of recording your school activities for the " CORRIDOR " . Thank you, MR. JAMES W. ROY PORTRAITS COPYING COMMERCIAL BABY PICTURES WE EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1947 FALCONER HIGH SCHOOL THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FALCONER FALCONER, N. Y. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve System 55 Compliments PEARL CITY PAINT GLASS CO., INC. Dealers ACME QUALITY PAINTS Washable Wallpapers • Artist Supplies • Picture Framing 205 CHERRY STREET JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK PHONE 3196 L YD ELL’S FOOD MARKET MEATS GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES PHONE 7-049 6 EAST MAIN FALCONER, N. Y. 56 NATIONAL WORSTED MILLS FALCONER. N. Y. A Good Place to Work 57 Compliments to the V Class of ’47 NELSON AND BUTTS, INC. $ 9 NORTH MAIN STREET JAMESTOWN, N. Y. FALCONER CREAMERY Phone 6-888 F. D. RICE Proprietor WISHING THE CLASS OF ' 47 “SMOOTH SAILING” THROUGH THE YEARS AHEAD JOURNAL PRESS, INC. 212 WEST SECOND STREET JAMESTOWN. N. Y. 58 G. E. PETERSON SON 168 S. Work St. — Falconer Just Across the Bridge Congratulations to the Class of ’47 MEATS and GROCERIES Everything for the Table STATE THEATRE Our Smoke House Service is Appreciated by Many Sugar Curing and Smoking of Ham and Bacon a Specialty CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1947 TO THE CLASS OF 1947 XT j Wait On Yourself at PUG’S J. Emil Anderson Grocer 8 EAST ELMWOOD AVENUE RED WHITE STORE FALCONER, N. Y. A. N. Johnson, Prop. 59 COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1947 GEER-DUNN CO. Stationery Office Supplies FALCONER KENDALL STATION Greeting Cards Gifts Wedding Engraving ART OLSON, MGR. PHONE 5-857 C. J. FRENCH 21 West Main Street FALCONER. N. Y. Phone 35-555 c — Plumbing and Heating We specialize in automatic electric and automatic gas heaters 22 WEST THIRD STREET JAMESTOWN, N. Y. FALCONER MILLING CO. A Farm Service to You FOR OVER 60 YEARS tt FEED SEEDS FERTILIZER FARM SUPPLIES 60 GET THE HABIT of TRADING at LUNDQUIST HARDWARE JAMESTOWN. N. Y. V LINDSTROM AND MEYER 214 Cherry Street fyhuu iA. C -- HEELAS FLOWER SHOP 214 Cherry Street KNOWLEDGE is an asset that can be materially enhanced by regular and thorough reading of your newspaper! POST-JOURNAL DIEGES CLUST 17 John Street NEW YORK 8, N. Y. Manufacturers of Jeivelry for the Class of 1947 TTTmMTmT 17 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK 8 • BOSTON • NEW ORLEANS • PROVIDENCE 61 COMPLIMENTS FALCONER PLATE OF GLASS CORP. T. TEDESCO FALCONER, N. Y. SON V Fruit and Produce Craftsmen in Flat Glass MARIE BROWN Three Hour Service BEAUTY SHOPPE PARK DRY CLEANERS Specializing in Permanent and Finger Waving For Appointment Call ¥ 78-571 1 MARIE and SALLY 827 E. SECOND STREET 62 Phone 3-065 CONGRATULATIONS JAMESTOWN PHARMACY William T. Krause, Pharmacist from the Bakers of 8 EAST SECOND STREET JAMESTOWN, N. Y. Prescriptions Cosmetics Fountain Service JAMESTOWN CYCLE SHOP, INC. SOUTH WORK STREET GARAGE Bicycles, Velocipedes and Wheel Goods AUTO PARTS AND GENERAL REPAIRING Expert and Prompt Service 123 EAST SECOND STREET Phone 54-122 JAMESTOWN, N. Y. STANLEY GILBERT, Prop. j Congratulations to the Congratulations Class of ’47 to the Class of ' 47 OLSON BROS. Good Gulf Gas ANDERSON’S RESTAURANT n V Tires, Auto Accessories 7 E. MAIN and Batteries FALCONER, N. Y. 6 3 I Merle H. Colburn Fred F. Dallas BEST WISHES REGAL to LUMBER CO., INC. CLASS OF ' 47 COAL COKE WOOD from BUILDING SUPPLIES CARNAH AN-SHEARER COMPANY PHONE 3-933 Jamestown’s Largest 145 SOUTH WORK STREET FALCONER, N. Y. Men’s and Boys’ Store CONGRATULATIONS " Congratulations TO THE CLASS OF ' 47 Graduates” LALCONER Bassett ' s Feature LUNCH JEWELRY DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE CLOCKS BASSETT’S Ahvays Pleased 302 N. MAIN STREET To Serve You JAMESTOWN, N. Y. 64 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1947 ROYAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO. 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