Fillmore Central High School - Crest Yearbook (Fillmore, NY)
- Class of 1948
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'1'he hlgh school yearbook 18 a colorful source of uzformation concerning high school life
Where else would you flnd snapshot pages of school children "act1.ng up" ln and out of classes,
a portrait of each senior student, detailed write-ups of students, school clubs and other
act1vit1es, complete Wlth group photographs of the club's nembershlp, pictures of the faculty,
minute summaries of athletic events with photos of the players, and the host of other school
Many priceless records will be lost unless a sincere effort is made by schools to save
these bits of school history
Treasured always, w1ll the yearbook be, for you as you progress the long road of llfe,
you will often look back to these happy moments and the good fellowshlp of school chums and
teachers You will laugh at yourself as you were snapped by another 'rowdy" who perhaps long
slnce moved to parts unknown
Looking through the time worn pages of THE CREST ln years to come may carry you back from
the cares of middle age to the realm of good school day fellowship
We have str1ved to bring you as mam' different phases of school life as poss1ble Through
our efforts durlng the past few months, we hope you enjoy each and every page of th1s record of
the school year 19147 148
There's a banner floating o'er us,
That we all adore
'I'here's a sacred song and chorus
Hail! 0 Hail! Fillmoml
Whem the valley of the nver
Meets the eastern sky,
Proudly stands our Alma Mater-
Dear old Fillmore High.
As the years of time roll onward,
And li.fe's work is done,
Thoughts of thee, ford Alma Mater,
Back to us will come.
life activity that properly belongs in the high school yearbook?
its first yearbook to Mr Andrew F Haynes,
pr1nc1pal for the past twelve years
Mr Haynes graduated from the
Univers1ty of Rochester and earned
his master's degree from New York
Un1vers1ty He started his teaching
in 1930 at Lyons Hlgh School, Lyons,
New York, where he served as science
teacher and vice princlpal H
became prlnclpal of Flllmore qlgh School
About two years after taklng
over the prlnclpalshlp of the F1llmore
Hlgh school, central1za+1on and the
bulldlng of a new central school was
undertaken To Nr Haynes goes much
of the credit for the successful
achlevement of thls comblned progect
Headlng an enrollment of apnroxlmately
700 students, Mr Haynes supervi es
forty two faculty members
In splte of belng very busy with all h1s school responslbllltles and h1s many community
obligatlons, Lr Ha nes is regarded by his students as a frlendly Heal' He does all he can
to help students start on the right road of life
H1s student's welfare 1S alwa s nearest to his heart For thls reason we hereby dedicate
the flrst edit1on of THE CREST to Mr. Andrew F Haynes
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Back Row E Phinney, L Preston, !.!1.ss Smth, G Stelfl ,
L Ludwig, V Sylor
Editor 1n Chief Beverly Howden
Associate Editors Martha Preston
Business Manager Laura Ludwig
Advertising Manager Eugene Stekl
Associate Advertisixg Manager Eleanor Ph1nney
Sports Editor Lowell Preston
Associate Sports Editor Vesta Sylor
Faculty Advisors Miss Gonzalez
THE CREST staff extends its deepest appreciation to those faculty
members, classmates and art students: Jean Hall, Charlotte Johnson and
David Smith who gave so generously of their tme in compiling this year-
book for publication.
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Front Row: Mrs. Potter, M. Wenger, B. H en, M. Preston,
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Back Row Mr David Plchardson, Clerlf, 121' lflllard Smth,
Lr Cllnton Pauhe, Mr lloyd Ludvrlg
Front Row Ltr Frank Tuthill, D1StI'iCt Superlntendent, Mr Charles Bliss,
Presldent, Nr Thomas McElroy
step forward :Ln the fall of 19117 by addlng a
Counsellng Servlce to 1ts school program
First, the Counseling service aims to
help students develop a plan of action that
will give them d1rect1on 1n attainzng the1r
goal 1n then' post-hlgh school life This
in1t1al plan results from an 0bJ6Ct1V6
appraslsal of the students' ab1l1t1es and
interests It must take 1nto account the
effect that their actions will have on
society It must consider whether their
plan has such lmitations as poor health,
lack of flnances, or lack of ab1l1ty to
follow the plan through
Secondly, the Counsellng program aims
to develop :Ln youngsters the abllity to
make loglcal adjustments as they are needed
The counseling program operates from
k1nderga.rten through post-graduate schooling
and lncludes 1nd1vidual counseling, group
work, complete methods of recording nnformation,
a comprehensive test1ng program, placement,
follow-up and research
The first year has been large devoted
to organizlng the materlals and met ods
needed to make the program effectlve 111 our
comnmnlty Each sucoeedmg year should
fund the program growing in value
Fillmore Central School took a progressive
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September 1, 19117-
February 2, 19118.
Grades 7 9
Grades 7 9
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A5 Joeephixn Butler
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Caneadea 6 Us-61
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hrs Rork takes a letter!
Mlss Maln weighing Mary!
E McCarthy, Barbara Cole, Joan Cole, Dr Rose, J Adams
Our school nurse, M155 Margorle Maln, has several mgportant
dutles In 3dd1t10D to her school nurse 3Ct1V1t1SS, she 1s the
school Attendance Supervlsor and the Census rmmerator for the
Hanng studied nursing at the Rochester General Hospltal
from vrhlch she received her R N , ltles Main attended Buffalo State
Teachers College where she completed her course m school nursing
and was awarded her certificate She then attended Cornell Univer-
sity lh prepa.rat1on for her attendance superv1sing dut1es
Miss 1131.11 has been mth the school for a period of 8 years,
successfully performzmg her dutles As the school nurse, she takes
care of the students' mam mlnor lllnesses She also keeps a record
of the health status of each student, along with 1'6C0l11llBDdat10I18
for treatment, and the lmmediate treatment of serious health defects
Mrs Beach, Vice President, Miss Greer, Secretary Treasurer,
Mrs Gelser, Presldent
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Miss McNinch, Sara Brown Ksecretaryb, Jean Hall Cpresidentb,
Jean Midea Ctreasurerj, Mrs Luzer, Mez-nll Nevinger Kvlee
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IIISOH L YOUR! IIDKJRILL LIBRAFU
In 1939, when our new central school was
built in Fillmore, an outstanding citizen
the community made possible the beautiful and
useful library which we now have That man
Mr Wilson L Youxg gave to our school 83,000
as a gift with which to have built and fur-
nished in ou.r school a library which otherwise
might not have been possible
This generous gift was designed to make
possible the library and its furnishings
Books were not to be purchased with this money,
rather, the best of furnishings were to be
purchased All the students of Fillmore
Central School are very grateful to this
generous man for the beamtifmh. tables, chairs,
desks, and other furnishings in our library
Much to the deep sorrow of everyone
ln our comnunity, this kind and generous msn
gotten as long as our school stands, for
behind him is left a memorial to him-the
Wilson L Young Memorial Library :Ln Fillmore
died January 30, 19146. He will not be for-
Mrs Cora M Lahr, cafeteria manager, Mrs Elizabeth Dispenza
Muriel Damon, Mrs Ne1l1e Cranford, Doris Bisnett
Back Row- Don Kouwe, Brooks Hain, Ward Pratt, Walt Frazier,
Rev H Smith, Albert Perry, Burt Neygus
Front Rmr Bud Aahcraft, Homar Papke, L B. Crouch, Las Fish
Will Kinney, Bob Butler, Russell Ostrum,
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CLHSS UF 1948
lliss Louise McNinch-Class Advisor
'Honest llamood and Good
Basketball 1,2,3 ng Baseball 1,2,
3,h, Soccer 2,3, , F F A Pres
2 Yrs 1 2131!-ls Track 1s2a3n15n
Junior P147 h, Junior 6: Senior
Pro! 3,h, Chorus 2,3,l4, Band 1,2,
Diploma. Vocational Agri
'As llerry As The Dq Is Long
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3,h, Senior P1 by Junior Plqy
35 Senior Ball , Junior Prom 3,
Cheerleading 3,h, Art Club la,
umm Club 1,2
Diploma Vocational Hommaldng
"Of Loyal Nature and of Noble
Basketball 3 hy 1' F A 1,2,3,h3
Senior Plqy , Senior Ball hy
Band 2,3,h3 Chorus 3,h, Track 35
Junior Prm 3
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Fan- To Look Upon "
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Staff 7,8,1,2,3, Junior Play 3,
Senlor Play h, Cheerleader l,2,3,
Senior Ball h, Junior Prom
D1DlO1113. State H1gh School
'A Gentle Smile, and A Kindly
Word To Say "
Cheerleadlng l,2, Art Club 3
Juruor Play Dlrector 3, Hiking
Club l,2, Class Presldent l,h
Intramural Green Captaln h
"unter Concert 3, Sweetheart
Cand1date L, Senior Ball h
Junlor Prom 3, Intramurals 1,
.Jager Sc1 ence
Diploma College Entrance
'And Lean Upon The Thought That
Chance Will Brlng Me 'Through
Chorus 3,b, Basketball 2, , Soccer
3, Art Club 11
Dlploma College Entrance
"A Stole Of The Woods, A Man
Without A Tear "
F F A l,2,3 11, Junlor Play 35
Senior Plav , Senlor Ball. lg,
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"Tis The Mind That Makes The Boch
Junior Prom 3, Senior BMJ.
D1plom.a College Entrance
"Qu1te Calmly He Goes On His Way,
Dolng Hls Nork 71th Llttle SW "
Soccer l,2,3,h, Baseball l,2, ,
Basketball 1,2,3,LL, F If A 1,2
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Worry, Never A Care "
Band 1,2,3,h, Chorus l,2,3,h
Ju.nlor Play 3, Hllclng Club 1,2,
Dancing Club l,2, Business
Diploma Vocatlonal Homemaklng
nS0lEt1IBS He Is Most Teasmg And
Gay, But Also Has a Studlous
Basketball lg, Baseball 3,l4, F F A
2,3,h, Soccer 2, Senior Play ll
Junior Pl8y 3, Junior Prom 3,
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Diploma VOC3t1OD8l Agriculture
"He's A Sure Card "
er VO1C8 Was Ever Soft, Gentle
Basketball 2,3 14, B8S6b8-11 2,3 and Low An Excellent Thlng In
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JU-fl10I' PP0111 3, 59113-01' Ball ll Senlor Play 11, Junlor Prom 3,
Art Club 3, Chorus 3,h, Operetta soolor Ball L, Homomaxlng Club 1
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Dloloma College Entrance
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Senior Ball hg Camera Club 14,
Haklng Cllb 1,2, Chorus 2, 3, h
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Volleyball 1,2,3,h, Soccer 1,2,
Hajors Hathematics 8: Sciences
D1pl0I!!3 Colle e Entrance
"Genlal Possessor Of Hit And
Good Humor "
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Junlor Prom 3, Senior Ball ll
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Basketball 8,l,2,3,h, Baseball 1,
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Chorus 1, Jnnlor Play 3, Senior
Play lg, Flllmore Space 3,b,
Operettas 2,3, senior Ball h,
Junior Prom 3
M8-JOPS Mathematics and Science
Diploma College Entrance
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captain of whlte team ll, Cheer-
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Hlldmg Club 1,2, Baseball 1,
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'The Greater The Man, The Greater
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Basketball l,2,3,h, Soccer 2,3,h
Track 2,3,h, Flllmore Soace l,2,3,
Junlor Play 3, Senior Playh,
Jhnlor Prom 3, Senlor Ballh
Art Club 3,l1, Class Presldent 2
Class Vice Presldent 1, Band 2,3,
Operetta Decorations 2,3,h,
Boy's State 3
Iagors lhthematlcs, Science
Dlploma College Entrance
"Her Strength of Spirit Is To
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Intramurals 1,2,3, Junior Prom 3
Senior Ball h, Junior Play 3
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With An Friendly virtues ' saskizbm 1,2,3,1,, Easeball 1, I1-m"f' All The While "
2,3, , Soccer l,2,3, , Flllmore
F F A 1,2,3 h, Senior Play h, Space l,2,3,h, .Junior may 3, Art Club ll! F F 1 11
Senior Ball Semor Play h, Junior Prom 3 Transfermd from Kenmore High
Senior Ball 14, .rumor Class School-Seniol' Year
Major- Agrznculture President 3, Band 1,2,h, Chorus
Diploma Vocational Agriculture 2, Movie Progector Operator l,2,3,h, Major Art
Standard Flag Bearer h Diploma State High School
hjors lIathemat1cs 8: Science
Dlploma College Entrance
KENDLLL I. LLDRICH ELMER VAN DUSEN
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gmhy club, M., Suisor Play Basketball 1,2,s hs Baseball 1,2,
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Diploma: College Entrance
Back Row Warner, L Ludmg, D McKenzie, E Adamowich,
Cronk, L Preston, G Stekl, R Findlq
Second Row Howden, T Riehle, W Curry, B Rauhe,
Parker, E H'1i.nne'y, J Merlin, L Worden,
'-'ront Row Sylor, G James, L Ludwig, P McDonald,
Preston, M Wenger, C Ellwood, W Gillette
In early September of l9hS, the class that 1S now the Junior
class-mghty Juniors-trooped 1n as Freshmen, as green a crop as
had been seen in mary years
From the fn-st day t11l the last, Robert Findlay, our class
president, rapped his gavel nth sharp cracks that were felt upon
our lowly heads At his beck and call were Beverly Howden, vice
president, and Allen Cronk, secretary and treasurer
Our class act1vit1es were at an ebb with only a picnic at
Letchworth and one or two skating parties
The autumn of l9h6 saw Beverly Howden as chlef executive who
kept his feet on the C E 's desk through June, Connie Ellwood as
secretary and treasurer assisted him
This year we are expenencing the lash and fury of Janet Merwin
commonlv known as "Mert", who now occupies the hlgh position as
Junlor Class president, with Laura Ludwig as v1ce pres1dent, Wilma
Gillette, secretary and Betty Rauhe as treasurer succeedlng Rachel
Nlller who moved to Buffalo
Not much progress was achleved in the f1nanc1al aspect until
thls, our Junior year Our first undertaking was the launchlng
of a yearbook Headlng the yearbook organization are Beverly Howden
as Editor, Mary Wenger and Lartha Preston as Associate Editors,
Laura Ludwig as Business Manager, and Lowell Preston as Sports
Under the able assistance of Miss Caroline Smith, our yearbook
advisor, we are actually achieving results. Other faculty members
who are pitching in are: . Mrs. Pauline Potter, our class advisor,
and Miss Victoria Gonzalez, art instructor who was commissioned to
do the illustrating on THE CREST.
Another event of the year was the arrival of the traditional
class rings a week or two before January examinations.
To earn money for our Washington trip, a series of five
dances are being held, a. Junior Prom in Hay and a Junior Play
in the near fut1u'e.
Estabrook, J qchmidt, F. Findlay, E Morse, C lhller
Knowlton, W Smith, R MacEwan, D Bennett
Nevinger, F Wolfer, A Daley, R Blake, D Arnold
Fiegl, J Cleveland, G Damon
Parker, B Prlnce, C Thomas, J Brigham, C Johnson,
Hanna, E Carmer, S Sink
Clute, J Faecke, B Horse
Our freshman class of 19146-19117 chose Joyce Brigham as president
and Barbara Morse as secretary and treasurer Our homroom teacher
was Miss Kehrer and our class advisor, Mr Wilmot
The majority of the class took a vocational course while the
rest pursued a college preparatory
We had a class skating party at Wellsville
Our sophomore class of 19147 19118 15 composed of thirty seven
students The president 15 June Faecke, vice president, Ronald
Findlay, secretary Bonnie Nevinger and the treasurer, Charles Miller.
Miss Kehrer 1s our homeroom teacher and Mr Wilmot 18 our advisor
So far, our only source of ralslng money has been through our
dues consisting of twenty five cents a month Nothlng as yet as
been planned for raising add1tional funds
Our class is very active 1n sports Every member is a sports-
loving person We sophomores have had a skatzmg party this year
again at Wellsville nth few casualt1es
We boast the success of one of our members, Barbara Morse
She was chosen "Sweetheart of F C S " We Sophomores know hal
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Front Raw: E. Gill, F. Bailey, B. Vosburg, G. Vincent, J. Thomas,
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Back Ricketts, S Hall, F Welsh, K Cronk, A Blsnstt,
Wagoner, G Mason, ll Vosburg
F:Lfth w Van Buskirk, N Fiegl, D Kingsley, R Thomas,
Schuknecht, D lL1dea, P Sandford, F Brown
Fourth Ieet, V Steadman, L Scutt, I Walradt, G Hall
Steadman, A Marvin, H Johnson, T France
Irish, J Walradt, E Elliott, M Hartman, L Walradt
Second w Hull, J Ames, J Gibalski, O Hasklns, M Clester,
Brown, F Roof, P Davis, ll Doud, D Rauhe
Front Bennett, W De Rock, C James, D Hall, E Hennard
Cartwright, R Gillette
The freshman class of 19147 19148 started with a very high
enrollment, forty two members
Election of officers was held at the beginning of the
school year president-Patncia Steadman, v1ce president
Keith Cronk, secretary Patsy Davis, and treasurer-Don Midea
Meetings are held once a month to discuss old and new business.
Hrs Findlay is our advisor and to her ws give our grate
ful thanks in helping us solve many problems
The homeroom teachers for the year were Mrs Findlay of
room :BS and Mr Wilmot in the agriculture mm
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Third Row: M. Warner, D. Wolfer, E. Sherlock, H. Cronk, E. Eldridge,
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Clester, R Gillette, E Gayford, J Cooley, H Falrbank,
Wood, G Hiller, N Bliss, K Voss, ll Redman, I Arnold,
Thomas, P Davis
Prentice, B BaJla.rd, B Bennett, A Steadman, P Sandford,
Holiday, L Ballard, J Clark, V Wolfer, J Roberts,
Cleveland, l llarriott, P Daley, J Curry, S Tolrner,
Washburn, S Cronk, J Ludwig, V Colombo
Fiegl, R Sink, L Zilker, R Haskins, J Smith, P Hain
Smith, L Lee, A Gaue
Sprawl, ll Warner, C Lafferty, J Yands, L llcKerroI,
Scutt, J Griggs, P Rice
GGIIU, C Hennard, S Holter, D Dash, L Bailey
Eldridge, I Washburn, D Horse, S Mason
H Irish, B Bennett, L lslradt, D Jams,
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A Hills, D Aslcernan, B Sbekl, S Dash
C Median, L lolfer, J Bentley, D Redmond
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Evans, R Hodnett, G Carnr, A Arnold, I Doud,
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Dlspenza, G Zeller, G Cockle
Nclferrow, W Beardsley, J Bllss, P Cronk,
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Marnn, G Bliss, F Hatch, C Cooledge,
Merwin, Qt-ekl, F Daley, S Tavlor, J Kmg,
Yalraldt, E Johnson, V Pnoe, R Cooley,
Gayford, L1 Gott, E I-aarbanks, P Clark,
Towell, G Gayford, D Greer, L wagner, G Burgess
Colombo, V Cleveland, R Ferrin, D Zeller
Haskins, J Fodnett, J Fuller, D Marnott,
Glll, G "'1ll:.nghast, J Mowers, S Gayford
Burgess, D Armlson, S Carter, S Folger, J Thoma
F1egl, S 5.08, J Lafferty, D Harper, H Evans,
Armson, R Vedder, S Evans
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Lilly, L hulls, S Wolfer, R Don, R Bills,
Cooley, 1' Hatch, J De Graff, E Wright, J Johnson
Ballard, M McCarthy, W Irish, R Fiegl, A Armiaon,
Morris, K Bennett, J Griggs, W. Irish, R Bliss,
F1egl, H Pioe
Marriott, H Van Ostrand, K Closser, S Weaver,
Beardsley, J Bailey, L Wnght, D W1lliams, G Hatch,
Fuller, W Colombo, D Mlller, A Green, E Phinney,
Qtekl, N Fairbank, B Thomas
Wolfer, A Hill, J Armison, M Sonnleitner, R Yanda,
Dispenza, R Wiles, L Cockle
Armison, V Beardsly, R Laird, M Hatch, P Knibloe,
Mills, L Bowden, R Marriott, L Wnght
Kepler, M Smith, J uayford, L lAcKerrow, K Cronk,
Butler, B Bailey, ll Greer
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mans, D Armison, D 1'a1per, H Bauer, M Taylor
Vincent, R Cott, P Don, C Brueser, L Cronlc
Mitchell, J Buck, M Thomas, J Mix, L Mix
Flegl, C Mills, N Campbell, R Bennett
Wilcox, S Bliss, C Kopler, S Vedder, N Luckey,
Stekl, G Volk, L Butler, L Hall, D Watson,
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Harper, D Fisk, D Graves, R Hodnett, R Bailey,
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Washburn, C Armison, B Hatch
Hells, T Sandford, J Adams, F Evans,
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Smith, R Pero, A Bamett, J Finney
Shea, C Finney, J Moon, E Smith, L. Andrews,
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Wells, C Foster, B Foster, J Andrews,
Kreclanan, C Paine, A Krocklln
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Voss, L Faecke, C PI'8DtlSS, A Perry, B Ayers,
James, G James, L O'Hara
Irish, R Prentlss, B Hussong, L Voss, P Curry,
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Front Row A Sheldon
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Back Row- J Davis, J Keyes, C 111115, G Nevinger, F Bailey,
Front Rmr P Easley, L Leet, F Nefvinger, M Pnos
Hume 1619 WISCOY
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North Rose ffmelsl
Back Row Howden, A Bisnett, W Smith, R Smlth, C Miller,
Smith, D Smith, M Ilevinger, E Warner
Ricketts, A Daley, K Cronk, R liachvarx, L Preston,
Stekl, G Wagoner, H Hatch, K Towner
De Rock, F Brown, M Warner, Coach Farwell
Brigham CCapta.:LnD, E Van Dusen, D Hides, D all
I have been asked to write a brief statement concerning our
soccer team of th1s year 19117 19148 With this belng nv first year
in Fillmore, it was very gratlfyzmg to see the large turnout for
the squad It was only through the efforts of aJ.1 the squad
members that we were able to have our very successful season and
emrge victorious with the Class C, Section V soccer championshi
The w:Lnn:Lng of this championship was, for rm, one of the big
thnlls of nv life Ln dealing with athletes and athletlcs
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Back Row Coach Farwell, L Preston, R Ruth, C Miller,
W Brigham, H Hatch, E Warner Kmanagerj
Front Row M Nevinger, S Brown, A Smith, D Smith, K Tamer
BackRmr B Houden,W SaIth,G lille:-,R Findihay E Stekl,
R KacEran, A. Daley
Second Row: C Rlclnetts, H Horse, K Crunk, I Estabrook, F Brown,
F1'Ont HDI: C0821 C0119, D Gillette, I De Rock, G lllson
R. Schlicht, G Wagoner Cmanagerl
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Morse, I Crawford, D Clute, L Ludwig, J Mldea,
Carmer, G Vincent
Redman, J Brown, S Brown, R Steadman fcaptain
Fllwood, L Worden
SENIOR HIGH WHITE TEAM
SENIOR HIGH GREEN TEAM
. Cleveland, W. Curry, B. Nevinger, J. Brigham,
. Hanna, G. Damon, G. Jams.
. Bailey, J. Faecke, ll. Wenger, J. Hall Ccaptainl,
. Preston, F. Wolfer.
JUNIOR HIGH GREEN TEA!
Waldradt, S Dash, H Johnson, A Marvln, Y Sprawl,
Foliday, TJ Waldradt, J Clark, B Bennett
Griggs, 1' Warner Ccaptainl, F Irish, B Prentice
France, B Stekl, D Ylolfer, H Cronk, S Tonner,
Morgan, W Washburn, S Walter, M Clester, C Gondy,
Eldridge, J Gibalski, C Hennard, L Cleveland,
Ames Ccaptain-Ythj, P Steadman, Vi Colombo
JUNIOR HIGH WHITE TEAM
Bennett, D Rauhe, M Washburn, P Sandford
Steadman, G Hall, V Wolfer, T Lest, J Roberts
Ames, O Haskins, S Cronk, L Smith, L Ballard,
Waldradt, L Waldradt, L MCKBTIDW, P Davi
Irish, Z Bailey, S Mason, F Roof, E Gfeller,
Marriott, D Dash, D James, D Morse
Elliott fcaptaln 9thJ, M Schmidt Ccaptain-Tthj,
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Towner, B Howden, J Bmvm
V Syler, G Damon, N Fiegl, B Vosburg
fmajorettel, M Preston, L Worden, L Fiegl,
R. Haskins, L. Cleveland, D. Towell, I-I. Fairbanks,
. Yanda, H. Eldridge, A. Mills.
. Evans, V. Cleveland, J. Rmxhe, A. Wiles,
A. mmd, c. Gowdy, P. mee.
Holiday, H Johnson, A Parker, R Qteadman, Mrs Kouwe,
Brigham, C Thomas, E Phinney, J Merwin
Irish, M Preston, F Wolfer, G Hall., J Walradt,
McDonald, T Franoe, B Hanna
Thomas, E Gill, G James, M Wenger, M Warner
Clute, B Prince, D Parker
Gillette, B Morse, J Brown, C Ellwood, J Midea,
Brmm, D Rauhe, L Ludng
Crank, L Fu1J.er, B Brigham, B Hiller, S Brown
Preston, R. Findlay
Findlay, M Nevinger, D Arnold, R Smith, R Blake,
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Fourth Row Mermn, R Smith, L Fuller, Brlgham, C. hhller,
Brown, L Preston, F Irish
'I'h1rd Row Hanna, J Brigham, C Thomas, E Phinney, R. Steadman,
Hollday, A Parker, H Johnson, G Hill
Second Row- . Parker, D Rauhe, D Thomas, G Janes, L Ludwig,
France, F Wolfer, J Thomas, P McDonald, M Preston,
Front Row Brown, J lhdea, C Ellwood, J Brown, B Morse,
Warner, D Clute, M Wenger, W Glllette, E Gill
As a vocal department, we have had some good tunes, done much hard work, and
made several successful appearances these past years Our boys group has grown to
fourteen "crooners' , whlch mevltably means we all engoy the new mixed chorus once
Our Ilrst concert thls year was w1th the band :Ln December It was then that
the "Sweetheart of Fillmore High" was chosen In February, we appeared w1th the
band agaln at the Rushford Flllmore Teachers Conference Later ln the year we sang
P1rate's Br1de" none of us w1J.1 forget lt
Jea.n Hall, Laura Ludwig, Janet Roberts, Jean Brown, Pat Steadman, Mary nenger,
Bonnle Nevlnger, Sara Brown Seated Sweetheart of F11lmore Hlgh oarbara Morse
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Mr Folts, Mr Wilmot
Front Row H153 Main, Mrs Graves, H183 Kehrer, Mrs Gelser, Mrs Potter,
Mrs Findlay, Mr Cole
Benefit of Hospital 'GRANDAD STEPS OUT' February h-5, 19148
W simon Pu-mu
Back Row Roof, C Hotchklss, R Smth, R Meet, D Smlth,
Brigham, J Roberts, H Hatch
Second Row McDonald, C Thomas, B Vosburg, S Brown
Front Row Haskins, R Steadman, K Towner, S Brown, D Case,
Holiday, J Midea, H Redman
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Warner, J Schmidt, ll Nevinger
Mason, R Ellvood, F Welsh, G Wagoner, A Daley,
Hotchkiss, D Bennett, N Estabrook, B Roof
Sweet, G Bennett
Cartwright, N Fiegl, F Brown, R Van Ostrand
Thomas, M Vosburg, E Ackerman, G Schuknecht,
Kingsley, D Hall
Morse, A Cronk, S Brown-Sec , W Brigham-Pre
Haskins-Vice Pres , J Roberts Treas , L F16g1,
Mr Wilmot Advisor
QUITE PLEASE! Art students at work Recognize them?
Beverly Howden, Eugene Stekl, Kendall Aldrich, Miss Kehrer,
FILHHURE SPHUE STHFF
Back Rmr R Ha.cE1ra.n, R Blake, D Arnold, W lah-adt,
T France, D Parker, P Davis, L lalradt
Front Row Mrs Gleason, K AIl.drich, D Case, K Turner,
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