Fillmore Central High School - Crest Yearbook (Fillmore, NY)

 - Class of 1950

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M P 1 f ' ,J at af., I, -' iz, The Cdlrest Presented by THE CLASS OF I95I FILLMORE CENTRAL SCHOOL VOL 3 l95O I L V Fillmore, New York FOREWORD Today s concert tomorrow s danc xesterdav thrlllxng basketball game next week held tr1p these are xx har mll make happv memorxe for the rears to come A yearbook mll help us remember NVQ-111 I IO FCIHCIIIIUCF Wfe hope as the wears go on that the Crevt w1lI be 1 tradltlon for all of the forth eommg jumor classes And 1n closlng we of the Staff w1sh to say to the students who Enter to learn go forth to serxe may today s expemence be tomorrow s happv memorxes CONTENTS CLASSES ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATION ADVERTISEMENTS 3 q , el 7 ,S . . i Ar 7 :ns . , 7 Y. lv . 5 fy D A 7. ' Yearbooks are a record of school friendships. In them are recorded moments we - - V - ee l 7 7 7 7 ,aa 'H A, - 5 9 I, ' ' Most of the present pupils and all of the former pupils of F C S know Mrs Purl Haskins Mrs Haskins came to Fillmore to tea h in 1915 after eight years of experience in gotten In her teaching Mrs Haskins always expected her pupils to put forth their best efforts and tirelessly encouraged their achievements, not only in scholarship but also in good citizenship This has helpecl us to form a better understanding of mathematics and also to try to serue society This IS why we have declicatecl this edition of the Crest to Mrs Haskins Her fr quent inquiries about the events in school proves her sincere and continuous interest in young people Orchids to you, Mrs Haslcmsl We won t forget you . by rural schools, and her twenty-five years of service in this community will never be for- 7 . . , XJ' QW 13 ew 1 Lets play 2 Farmmg must be fun 3 Our young people 4 Ready for a game 5 Single file 6 One of Dons Jokes 7 A httle gab fest 8 Fxre Fxre' 4 S ye, F XV F K W, v.., :M X' . .. 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Q gx yX LM? ,Emil Q g?Fyf'3, W5 0, rc fy LQ 627 kk S 2 S Back Row Darwin Beardsley Almon Yager David Myers Lynn Beardsley Bruce Kaxper Mrs Crawford Aileen Smith Eileen Smith Karen Armison une Hall Rebecca McFarland Second Row Donald Evans Dorothy Daley Ronald Van Name Sharon Schlicht William Lowery Marsha Evans First Row Susan Findlay Gordon MacEwan Ruth Cole Gail Richardson Lyle Evans Lucille Clester Roger Bledsoe KINDERGARTEN Probably anyone would agree that kindergarten is the best liked grade in chool And why not with a teacher like Mrs Crawford a nap every day a midafternoon lunch and almost nothing to do except play games But dont let the word kindergarten fool you for it is the beginning of education for some of our adding two and two may seem simple to us they take it very seriously And well they should for they socn will be grown up and will have to face the problems and joys of life as we older students are doing today Back Rau ack Wolfer oan Ballard William Meyer Patricia Thomas Erick Tisdale Mary Lynne Luckey Ronald Frazier Sharlie Zorn David MacClymont Second Row Patrick McCarthy Sha on Millei Paul Rice Edith France Robert Greenfield Lynne Barker Rebecca Gilbert First Row Barbara Bliss Larry Luckey Sherry Clark Paul McCarty Carolyn Rees Connie Evans Florence Green 6 ' A. I 3 I7 V 7 7 I 7 ' 7 . 7 , , J . 7 , . ' :, 3 I 7 7 A A Y 7 I ' : 7 Y 7 7 7 7 ' ' , ' ' ' ' s . , ' ' ' , 7 7 ' 7 greatest men and women. While their work, drawing cats and dogs, spelling words like "it" and ushef, and a 1 ' ' 'I J 5 , J , , ' , ' A , ' E ' , . 4, I - . , y ' : . - , Y V A7 7 3 7 7 ' ' : 7 7 7 7 5 Y ' '5-'J' Wvf' B CL Row Beth Malson David Daley Ronald Blexstem mxce Mowers Marlene Beers Norman Hatch Rober Hallolc Wrlltam Washburn Third Row Evan Bauer Margaret Smith Clarence Moore Mary Ann Le Monde Catherine Ru ker Robert Spexcher Ann Mable Clark Rxchard France Second Row Chrlstme Sloan Qh1e'a Camter Carolyn Beardsley Linda Hallock Velma Bennett Marjorle Barley Suessa ones Frrrt Row Robert Ellxott Gerald Wrxght Allan Merrell Graydon Armlson Rcbert Hull David Griggs Ms Shirley Hodnett FIRST GRADE ln the first grade of Ftllmore Central School, we hnd energetlc ltttle men and wonaen who are just starting on the road of eclucatton For rt IS here, under the dlrectton of M s Kopler and M1ss Brown, that the flrst grades learn the major pl'lI'lClPlCS of educatton They learn to add and ub ract, wr tc and spell draw and color, and most 1mportant of all to get along wlth oth rs The flrst graders also have many other enjoyable thmgs to do Gay holtday partxes, entertng contests, r adrnc deltghtful stones, and playmv cop and robb rs arc some of the be t llked Bac Row ames Makowslu Mabel Ballard Fredernclt ohnson Mrs Marte Kooe Thomas Beals Frances Hlldreth Gaylord Cort Tlvzrd Row Lyle Vincent Ma y Bennett Betty Bledsoe Ltnda Gross Dlanc McCarty Mary Beth Greer Carolyn Barley Carol Snider Second Row Barbara Evans Lana Raye Brown Vxrgxnla Irish Ruth Castle Wnlma Redman Norma Hatch Betty Clark Furl Row ohn Irnsh Mark Scxera Reginald Voss David Colombo Terrence McConnell 7 .fn :YV ' M., A 'K r , V P . , . I g , X , L f x t v . . . . . N , -n - -ff Q 3 X I Q E r ,K , Q , , - H 7 I , , . JK , , , -I I v - : 1 1 a 4 . F . . 7 " 9 7 ' 7 ' Z 7 L' 4 I 1 9 7 7 ' , , r . . . 5 t . , . 7 . H . . . . 1 . I . . v. Q D . - O D s c ' S . . .' ' r ' ' .. lr - J , , J , 4 .A -, , - f , V - - - , , , y 7 v - : V v ' 7 5 9 Y 7 V' - : J , , , , . Back Row Russell Main Thomas Carter Fourth Row Leroy Crouch Sandra Parks Robert Bailey Karen Sonnleitner Ann Folger Mary Ackerman Ronald Hodnett Maureen Sweet Third Row Stephen Taylor Brian Bliss David Campbell Danny Colombo Marvin Nl lls Clayton Bentley William Henry Second Row Alice Gayford Barbara Hatch Nancy Greenfield Phyllis Gilbert Judy Volk Rebecca Ludwig Mary Butler Fur! Row Reed Harris Fred Evans Gaylord Kopler Clair Armlson David King Teddy Sandford Eugene McCarthy Miss osephme Butler SECOND GRADE Notre Dame' Cornell' ln Fillmore Central School? Well thats right but they are not tie famous f otball teams They ar the names of two spelling teams in the second grade which week n week out, El Spellllig, Wlll the losers E15 well HS the W1I'1I'1CI'S to lD6COIT18 b IICI' C1UZCI1S of IOIHOITOW BCSldES Spelllllg COHICSFS, the S6COI1d grades find ITIQHY other 1Hf6I'6SIf1Ilg Il'11UgS IO do SLlCl1 EIS decoratmfv their TOOIHS, Ealing VQCQI DODS, Zlfld of COUYSC, I'83.CllI'1g, Wflflhg, Hhil 3I'lIl'1I'I18f1C Back Ron ames Holmes Charles Vincent David Ferrm ack Zorn Fred Ballard Davld Cronlc Tfnrd Row Francis Tisdale Vincent France Roger Bliss Lynn Ann Hall Norma Evans Donna Harris Timothy Beardsley Edgar Tlllmghast Frank Smlc Second Row Kathleen Kemp Bonita Moms Cornexa Bentley Sharon Sauer Mary Cleveland Claudia Fuller Phyllis Hatch First Row Urlan Clark Harrison Browne ames Laird David Roberts ames Cronlc Mrs Vivian Lapp 8 I I - 5 ' V: 5 -7 V 7 , ,, . , , 4 Y , I . . : 2 A 1 7 7 I 3 I I 7 f ' , : - , , 4 , l . . , . 1 7 ' : - Y I 7 3 7 , , , J - - . , . , . . . , , . o . e ' ' ' -1 , - battle their way to victory. Miss Butler and Mrs. Lapp, the second grade teachers both feel that contests such . . . , . O . . 7 - E 'I I V ' , 4 A , ' Q ' , J , ', ' '- . J l , . l . ' , 7 . . i ,. ' l ' . : . '. I . 5 V A - . , l . . Y 7 . , ' l , , J , , J , - - Bark Row Donald Myers Stephen Paplce Donald Trllmghast Dewayne Watson ohn Stekl Tbxrd Row Sandra Merrell Lucille Green Betty Ackerman Patrlcla Don Donette Bledsoe Gall Rorlc Second Row eanne Marvm Melva Thomas Ruth Gowdy Barbara West Sharon Yager Sally Brueser Margaret Evans F1151 Row Raymond Crouch Edward Hodnett Clxfford Bennett Edwrn Kmgslty Tl-HRD GRADE M s Baker and Mrs Kmbloe the thlrd grade teachers, agree that the thlrd grade 15 one of the most Bernard Mrdea Mrs Baker dxfferent states, AFIZOHR, Texas, and Olll0 ThlS fact pI'0bEilJly lI1HUel'1Ced the other StLlCleI1tS XIIIO Hgfeelllg that OIIC of thexr f3VOI'lIe lessons IS map study Like the HFS! and ieCOI'lCl grades, the Il11l'Cl grade also has Spelling COIICC ES, eXClf1I1g games, and Elle fun of deC0!'aIlI1g their IOOIHS for the UUITICYOUS l'10lld3yS Back Row Lyle Wolfer Stephen Stelcl Arnold Ackerman Robert Brown Dale Muller Gerald Volk Sefona' Row George Merrell Roger Bennett Roger Daley Lenore Butler ohn Hanna eannette Vedder David Graves Charles Cleveland Fnst Raw Sandra ones Sandra Harper Elizabeth Newland Sharon Flynn Emmajean Evans Ada Peterson Beverly Luckey Absenl Donna Van Name and Kent Sandford Mrs Knlbloe ns teacher 9 I , , ' ' , , J - ' I , A , , ' ' , , ' - I J ' ' , , , , , , ' ' : 7 7 I 7 ' ' h 7 , . . 1' . . , interesting in the grade building. One reason for the above statement is that some of the students are from Q : 7 7 7 5 I l ' I , , , , J , J , ' U, - 4 I J , ', ' , , . . 7 y ' : B11 k Row Paul Wood Mary Ballard Lester Wolfer Barbara Smith Tlvzra' Row Dorothy Armr on Burdette Merrell Velma Closser Rnchard Bauer oyce Beardsley S fond Raw ames Vmcent ofre Evans Brlly Colombo Bonnie Mowers Txm ones Lrnda Marriott Fnst Ron Sydney Vedde Daniel Blake Marlene King Chester Brueser L01 Wrxght ohn Mxx Mrs Ernestme McFa land FOURTH GRADE Come on let s wxn today' The busy llttle fourth graders strive to do thelr best Jn spellmg and arxthmetrc Mrs Rorlcs room has named thelr Arlthmetxc Club the Hare and Tortoxse Thelr Sclence Cluo IS named the Peek and Seek Club Connle Kopler xs the p esldent of thls club Richard Ro e 15 Pres dent of th Hare and the TOIIOISC Contest Mrs McFarland s class has named thelr SCIENCE Club the How and Why Club They also have spellxng and ar1thmet1c clubs Tlvzrd Row Maureen Taylor udrth McConnell Norman Smxth Harold Ackerman Richard Rose Nancy Luclcey ean Wren Second Row oy Wxlcox Myrle Bauer Susan Blxss Rxchard Wolfer oan McConnell Richard Cott Carolyn Mllls Fzrst Ron Donald Kalper Constance Kopler Lowell Mlx Nancy Campbell Gary Fregl Paullne DeGrofl: Mrs Fneda Rork 10 c : , , , '. 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' s" i e 9 - - ee V as ' ,J . gJ4 , V, , -,JI A 7 9' 'V ' I: V 7 7 7 J J 7 - - H- --7---'J l 5 'E Back Row Melvrn Sonnleltner Malcolm Greer Prxscllla Dxspenza Noreen Faxrbanlk Dawn Muller Beverly Thomas acl: Hanna Kexth Closser .Second Row Marilyn Parks ohn Kopler Wcnola Bur e R1 hard Marriott Andrea Hrll ames Gayford Kathleen Cronlc Richard Yancla I'u:t Row Brlly Clester Marya Wolfer Eugene Hull Vivien Beardsley Howard Rlce Fern Armrson Teacher Nlrs Gladys Smlth FIFTH GRADE The fifth grades wlth Mrs Smxth and Mr Stapley flnd much to lnterest them and an outlet for thelr Interests Mrs Smlths fifth grade lnvestxgatlon Club meets on the last Frlday of every month to d1SCUSS If ohservatlons, usually ln the held of SCI ne Mr Stapley s puplls made rnsect n ts and lillllflg Jars which they used on a field trip th1s fall Ar Thanlcs gxvmg nme thrs class presented a play with th ass1stance of Mrs Stapleys first grade Back Row Mr Stapley Paul Fuller Judith Armxson Tony Green Elame Phmney ames Stekl Betty Barley .S cond Ron Rlchard Ames Max bmrth Beverly Butler Ronald Blxss Merle Hatch Larry Howden Fzrs! Row Robert Laxrd Mary McCarthy Charles Mxlls Lmda Coclcle Paul Kmbloe Patrlcxa Evans 11 fl u 3255 Y " ' X , . .24 r I W, c v V' 1 4 W 2 ? 5 I - x . R g - K E : , . , . , . . ', . , ' r , J. , - . : . ' , j . . 3 13 C , , J , , . ' I . 7 7 Y 7 7 ' : . . , . . , . . . . S . C C . . 2 . - . . . . , , , - A c . . I - 1 , - , Y , 7 J , ' 5 I: a s v 1 , ' : 7 ! 7 9 7 Back Row Suzanne Wolfe! Donna Vedder Diana Cronk Ira Butler Ardella Smith Third Row Milton Hatch Sally Gayford Robert Don David Hodnett Janet Bailey john Johnson Second Row Miss Clark Glenda Beardsley Robert Cooley June Griggs Stuart Weaver Glenda Hatch Wesley Insh First Row Darlene Williams Peter Bleistein Helen Van Ostrand Stephen Rice Amy Armison Wallace Irish SIXTH GRADE The sixth grade is divided into two classes under the instruction of Miss Greer and Miss Clark Miss Greers class has a club, The Wide Awake Scrence Club in which each month a committee is chosen to have gathered information Mlss Clarks class likewise has a SC1Cl'1Ill:1C interest and has collected various stones and other scientific p cimens They have also experimented with sound Both groups are looking forward with eager enthusiasm, to graduation in 1957 Back Ixow Edgar Washburn eannette Beardsley Ri hard Crawford Frances Green Lloyd Butler Lorane Lilly Tfvzra' Row Donna Marriott Willis Bearclsley Charlene Henry Max Armison can Gayford Frank Ballard Loretta Mills Second Row Miss Greer Richard Bills Constance Browne ohn De Grolf Catherine Scutt Harry Voss Arlene Fiegl Fmt Row William Laird Roberta Flegl Eugene Wetmore Patricia Morris Leslie Wrrght Kay Bennett 12 I : 1 r ' V r I 9 i - I : I 7 3 Y I 7 7 ' : . . , .,. ., . y , . , . ' . : Y 7 7 l 7 1 rr - - ' ya ' ' - ' l Y report on something such as snakes, birds or fish, which the members have observed and about which they . ' ' s e A . ' ' . ' , . , hi , , J A A 3 A1 , , A , - I ' , g , 4 V, , J , .7 ' : . . , , . A , , . l J t . . ? . I ' : ' ' 7 7 7 ' Bark Ron Miss Barnes Glenn ames Arlene Perry Robert Prentice Ervin Hussong Aletha Irish Second Row Walter Meeks Keith ames Linda Faecke Marjorie Ann Voss Carol ames Mrs Zeller Fzrn Row Robert Irish Vonda ames Marcia ames Shirley Prentice Douglas Bentley GRANGER No I RURAL SCHOOLS CANEADEA No 6 Bark Row Evelyn Smith Alfreda Kreclcman Paul Paine Carolyn Paine Earl Holcomb Faith Freer Moon Alice And ews William Sarber Mary Budensielc William Paine fbzrd Row Robert Sarber Sandra Perlcins Pamela Ryan Eleanor Moon Audrey Stockin Robert Parks Nancy Fero Chanson Finney Second Row ean Mix oy Failing Lucy Bedford Miriam Paine Nancy Smith Patricia Burr Loi ean Yarnell First Raw Giles Fleming Harvey Enty Roland Paine Llewellyn Russell Douglas Sarber james Mills Mrs Beach Mrs Knowlton 13 ' I i .l , J , , - Arnold Wells, Ruth Ann Stark. Fourth Riww: Jean Failing, Dean Holcomb, Elizabeth Mills, .Iohri .A I , :IJ . ,J ,. I , , r . .. , 7 , , . . Y Hack lxow Mrs Bogi dus Fred Coolc Scwua' lxozv Buck Ron Donald Henn1rd K1l1c1ne lxlem lx1l Gaus Lynn Cook Warne ALLEN No 3 ALLEN No 2 RURAL SCHOOLS I-IUME CENTERVILLE Bark Row DaV1d Davis Florence Nevmger John Keyes Back Row Bradley Vosburg Martha Covert Marvm Lorna Leer Donald Ellwood First Row Richard Vosburg Raymond Karpmskx Marvm Covert Frrfl Lewis Mrs Cornwell Lawrence Smxth Row Mrs Ruth Galton Alice Karpmslu 14 ' : . Lx' , , '. ' 'J ': .. L , Li 1" ' '1, '.r Ln X ern Sl16I'l0fli, Vonda Sylor, FIU! Row: Bernard K'ein, Irene C1fm:-:'. Daxicl He-nnarcl. fzrst How: IN-'lips 7 v . . : I . 5 . ' 7 V 5 : . 74 A 7 I ' I 1 - 5 1 I v ' ' , . , , Jr. : . , . Back Row Charles Cooledge Kay Walradt Robert Perry Roger Cooley Gordon Thomas Sylvna Taylor Wnlllam Stekl Glorla France Fopulb Row Dale Armxson Dorrence Zeller anet Gayford Davld Greer ane Aspell Glenn Cockle Patrxcxa Curry Lucxlle Voss Tlvzra' Row Arthur Haskms Robert Vedder Everett Hull ames Mowers ack Sherlock Hanford Lexderbach ames Fenner Mr Swartout Second Row Leonore Flegl Shirley Evans Barbara Clester Wxnxfred Kemp Sherry Carter Sandra Ful eanette Hodnett Fzrft Row ohn Davis Wayne Roberts oel Lafferty Wxlllam Beardsley Melvln Potter Thomas ames SEVENTH GRADE The seventy hve seventh graders are d1v1cled mto two groups 7X wxth Mr Leon Swartout for homeroom teacher and 7Y has Mrs Sara Gelser for homeroom teacher The pupxls conae here from outlylng d1strxcts Back Row Francis Daley oyce Kmg Craxg Mills Lester Scutt B111 Tnmothy Gary Gayford Lois Ann Smlth fourth ROW Sldney Gull Phyllns Clark ack Sandford Ann Merwnn Lewxs Wagoner Efhe Palrbank David Towell Thxra' Row ean Bentley LEWIS Prentlce Barbara McConnell George Txllmghasr Carol Papke Davxd Kemp Marlene Cort Mrs Gelser Second Ron Vrola Cleveland Nancy Wxles acquelme Fuller anlce Thomas Shirley Hxldreth Natalie Voss Mabel Kruppner Fxrs Row Robert Colombo Norman Parks Davld Marrxott David Harper Howard Evans Robert Te rm 15 '. 7 7 7 7 7 -. Y ' ' , ' - ' I ' , , J , , J I , , ' ' , ' . ' r ' , , , J , .l , ' , J , - - 5 - 1 V v Q A A Q 1 Agefa J - ' I J H , J , ' ' , ' , 1 - and from the sixth grade in the grade building of the central school. The 7X now has the Music Banner. h 5 , y J . 7 . , , , . . , , . 1 A - I ' .' , ' , J , ' , ' , , ' - 2 J , ' ' , , 4 A , A , 4 , 7 - - 'S A - . U 4 y J , J ' y ' ' , ' , - Back Row Carlton MacEwan Shirley Grnmes Robert Bailey Carol Mowers Carl Granger Third Row Richard Ferrm oanne Thomas Forrest ames Wnlma Washburn Melvm Bennett Mlldred Daley Elmor Wolfer Second Row Sandra Carter Robert Holmes une Hennard Leigh Barley Frances Hatch Glorxa Bhss Miss Irene Struzxk Ftrs! Row Delores Ackerman Wxllxam Cole Ethel Smk Ward Bentley Wanda Irish Charles Marvln EIGI-ITI-I GRADE In the entlre elghth grade group, there 1S a total of forty-exght pupils twenty four m each of the two dxvlslons Mrs Gowdy has charge of 8Y and Mlss S ruzxk has charge of the SX The grrls ln the class learned to kmt and crochet lf' I-Iomemakmg Orlentatxon, whlle some of the boys dld repalr work on thelr bicycles etc as a part of thenr Shop work pup1ls made m Art Orlentatton Class Somethmg dlfferent 1h the lme of Enghsh work was experxenced when the class recorded some poems Bluebonnets and Borrowed Trouble are two of these Back Row Lynn Lilly Donald Ackerman oe Bentley Albert Perry Dorothy Dash Tlmd Row Carol Hennard Garold Zeller une Wilcox George D1spenza Hugh Smlth Gary Nevlnger Second Row Mrs Mary Gowdy Helen Mills eanette Bliss Vnrgmxa Ballard Barbara Ames Curtxs Wolfer Pearl Evans Fxrst Row Keith Gaus Betty Txllmghast Lynn Fxegl Flxzabeth Parks ames Rauhe Betty lrlsh 16 . : - Y . I Y . 4 , Y. '. ' , J , J , , b , u , 9 4 ' : 5 Y 3 . . . , U, . A The class arranged displays of paper sculptures and jewelry made from acorns, nuts, etc., whlch the Q! 77 QQ 77 1 ' , t , J Q, , A .4 A I 1 A y J . , . . . . , , . I 1 : I. ., ,J . . , . ,t , V - 1 , , , - , J , WL- l Bark Row ohn Yanda ohn Ellwood La Vern Wolfer Earl Perry Fourth Row Victor Roberts Barbara Stelcl Alan Mills Kenneth Fish Shirley Dash ack Whlte Thzrd Row Shlrley Wolfer Wayne Wnllzams Adelbert Sylor oel Wlnchxp Harold Wright Evelyn GFeller Second Row Menzer Doud Leona Morgan Donald Purdy Helen Irish Lorraxne Walraot Richard Schlxcht Mrs Paulme Potter l'1r5t Row Phrllp Rnce Shirley M-lson Paul Davis oan Grlggs Ray Sink Zola Barley CLASS OF I953 The nlnth grade IS d1v1ded 1nto homerooms but 15 organized as one class for soc1al purposes, w1th Mrs Potter and Mr M1cherdz1nsk1 1n charge of the separate groups The class ofhcers are Rlchard Schlxcht Presxdent Lorrame Walradt Vlce Presldent Vxctor Roberts, Sec retary Kenneth Roberts as Treasurer The class was mcludecl ln Career Day December 2 at F1llmore but was not represented at Bohvar for College Day on December 7 SCCIIC or Chrlstmas, Mrs Potters class decorated their bulletin board very beautlfully wlth the Natrvxty Back Row Yvonne Sprowl Donald Thomas Robert McConnell Alan Wlles Fourth Row Isobel Parks Roger Haskins Robert Rose ack Burgess Gertrude Scutt Tlvzrd Row Carol Gowdy Stephen Porte Richard Hodnett Kenneth Roberts Glenn Catmer Davld Redmond Second Row Irene Hartman Betty Bennett Harlan Evans anet Gaus Patrrcla Fenner Dora ean Morse Mr Richard Mlcherdzmskx F1151 Row Dorothy ames Vernon Vosburg Helen Eldrldge Rxchard Evans Betty Gallemore Arthur Arnold 17 IJ .,J -,- , 6 i .f' , , ,J ,' E , I ' - V I n , w. .Y. . . , , . ,, - ,. ' . I , ,J , , 1 . :. ., . g . , . . 3 . - 9 . 7 7 7 F . 1 , . . . . .. : A 3 7 7 - I' : 1. , , U., . fr r 5' b , ,J , , 'J ' -, - . I J , , , , , . CLASS OF I952 The actxvxtles of the Sophomore class have been more of a socxal nature than to earn money The class chose blue and srlver as xts class colors and decorated the homeroom wrth these colors for Chrxst mas For Career Day, December 7 the Sophomores made blue and srlver gray beanxes and were requ1red to vxear them that day or pay a penalty They had several part1es throughout the year wh1ch were dedxcated to just havmg a good trme The Sophomore class ofhcers are Pat Sandford, Presrdent, Zane Fregl V1ce Pres1dent Sh1rley Cronlc Sec retary, and Gene Gaylord as Treasurer Thexr class advisor rs Mrs Fmdlay 0119 of the ITXOSK f3SClX13If1I'lg class PFOJECIS of the year WSS I'I13.li1I'1g 3 YYIOVXS fl'OIT'L Sl1OI'K SIOYICS The student PI'0dLlC8I'S progressed fl'0lTl SlC8fCl'llI'1g SCEHHYIOS Bhd sets Zlfld later IT13lC1I1g ITIIIIIHILIFC IT1OClClS, COSIL1IT11I1g Cl'12lI'aCf6I'S and C'lSIC1I'1g Bac Row Marvin Redman Rnchard Thomas Harry Fanrbanlc Wlllram Arnold ames Cooley Fourth Ron Althea Steadman une Clark Neal Flegl Phu Main acl: Smrth Verna Wolfer Barbara Hohday Thnd Row Leland Zxllcer Richard Clester Shnrley Towner Barbara Bennett Alvxn Gaus Wrllram De Rork Ed Smxth Second Row oyce Ludwlg Vlrglnra Colombo Marjorxe Marrrott Lots Cleveland Betty Ballard Marte Hartman Paulme Daley Mrs Hannah Fmdlay Ftrs! Ron antt Roberts Elva Voss Eugene Gayford Pat Sanford Zane Fxegl Shirley Cronlt oan Curry 18 H, ' l I ' ' 1 I 1 ' 5 9 ' 4 . is lr A , ' , ' , " , J . ': ,J , ' , 'l J ,j ' , , . . I , : . v . 7 . , , , I Y .. 7 . I :J .y . .. 1 . . , 7 . V 7 . , . , I K , I . V: JK X CLASS OF I95I At the beginning of the year the un1or class chose the following class officers Presldent Pat Steadman Vlce Presldent Anne Marvln Secretary Treasurer Mary Doud The class advlsor IS MISS Kehrer The members of the class of 51 are malclng plans for the future Many of them attended College Day at Bolivar Central School on December 7 They also took part ln Career Day December 2 at Flllmore The Juniors ordered thelr class rxngs m September from the Balfour Company and they arrlved around Chrlstmas tlme Afffl' the nI'SC of flle ytlal' Elle Un1OI' class sold candy SCl'lOOl SUPPIICS and Val'lOL1S noveltxes Ing as 3 novelty Sl'1Op sold candy SCl100l bUpPllCS and VaI'lOUS n0VElflCS The 'IUnlOI'S also had El Selling campaxgn of soclcs bearing the SCl"lO0l colors and 1nSCl'1bCCl. Wltll The annual class play and a number of dances made up the remalnder of the money malcmg projects unxor class actxvmes certamly contrnbute much to the finanual eclucauon of young cxtnzens Back Row Francxs Welsh Peter Sandford Merritt Vosburg Eddle Morse Lee Holcomb Gordon Charles 1mes Wrlma Walradt Gordon Schulcnecht Tfvzrd Row Gene Bennett Eva Elhott Ronald Gillette Edythe Eldridge Francls Brown Theda Leer I'a1th Roof Second Row Mnss Agnes Kehrer une Fenner Viola Howden Ollve slcnis Lois Walradt Arlene Beardsley Oleath Hull Mrs Potter Fm' Row Helen Cronlt Don M1 a, ary Doud Pat Steidman Ann Marvxn Don Hall Patsy Davrs L- , S444 ,O . . J . . : . I 5 , . : . 5 - : l . , I I . . , , I n J . 4 , . . . . n , Q . ' ' n Mason, Sarnuel Hall. Fourlfv Row: Thomas Man Buslcirk, Clarence Cartwright,,Gwen Hall, Cal Ricketts. - - Ji , ' 1 . A A I 7 K 4 - I I , : A ,Z M , , C , , h 7 ,, A ,Y , In' 5' 'Y Q I l 19 L CLASS MR LYLE HEMINK, Advzser ,swf PATRICIA ONES PRINCESS OF THE SENIOR BALL PRESIDENT DELWYN ARNOLD VICE PRESIDENT BONNIE NEVINGER SECRETARY TREASURER BARBARA MORSE 20 x- B J Delwyn Arno .1 De Class Presldent 3 4 Senxor Play 4 umor Play 3 F111 more Space Staff 2 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Operetta 2 uartet 3 Photography Club Natlonal Honor So lety 4 Major Math and Scxence Dlploma College Entrance Post Graduatlon Plans Mechamcal Engxneermg F rancme Barley Fran Chorus 1 umor Play 3 Senior Play 4 unxor Prom 3 Busmess Manager of Crest 3 Secre tary of National Honor Society 4 Drlver Tram mg 3 Senxor Prom 4 Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 Major Business Dlploma Vo atlonal Stenographxc Post Graduation Plans Medical Secretary Shirley Brahm Shzrl Crest Staff 3 Band 1 Chorus 1 3 4 unlor Prom 3 unxor Play 3 Art Club 3 Freshmen Class President 1 Intramurals 3 4 Captam of White Team 4 National Honor Socxety 4 Semor Play 4 Major Arr Diploma Academnc Post Graduation Plans Art School oyce Brigham Brzggze Chee leacle 1 Majorettel Intramurals I Major Homemakmq Dxploma State Hlyh S hool Post Graduation Plans Busmess School CLASS OF I95O Irene Crawford Rene C orusl 2 3 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 F111 more Space Straff 3 unxor Prom 3 Semor Ball4 Major Secretary Dlploma Vocatlonal Stenographxc Post Graduation Plans Ofhce Work Arthur Daley Art Bsethalll2S r12FFAFA Treasurer 4 Senior Play Jumor Prom Senior Prom Chorus 1 Z 3 4 Major Agriculture Diploma Vocat1onalAgr1culture Post Graduation Plans Farmmg Gwenevere Damon G wen y In ramurals 1 2 3 4 Ba d 1 2 3 4 umor Play Senior Prom unlor Prom Major Busmess Dlploma Vocatlonal Stenosv aohlc Wayne Estabrook Bas erball 2 FFA 1 2 3 4 junxor y, Senior Play unlor Prom Major Agriculture Dxploma Vocat1onalAgr1culture 1- 1 . -' ,g ' 51' 1 ' 1? 1,5 . . 1, ,Q , -- f sl' 9 ' 91' , . 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Z . r. k,::--,,,,:'Pla ,J - 21 une Faecke .fume Intramurals Freshman Class President co editor of the Crest Greens Captaxn umor Play Semor Play National Honor Society umor Prom Fillmore Space 2 3 Flag bearer 4 Major Stenography Dlploma Vocat1onalStenography Ronald A Findlay Ron Soccer 3 4 Basketball 3 4 umor Play Senior Play Bandl 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 National Honor Society 4 Flag Bearer 4 Major Science Diploma College Entrance Post Graduatlon Plans Agricultural Engmeerlng at Cornell Unxverslty Don Hazlett V Basketball 2 Bowlxng 2 Senior Play Youth Center Major Math and Scxence Dnploma College Entrance Post Graduatlon Plans College Patrlcla ones a Olean Hugh Shool 1 Z Dramatxcs Club 1 2 Spanish Club 2 Basketball 1 Z Intramurals 4 Senior Play 4 Princess of the Senior Ball Major Math Diploma College Entrance CLASS OF I95O Robert MacEwan B0 cerl 2 Bsketball 1 Z ball 1 Stall Nlajor Busmess Dxploma State Regents Post Graduation Plans Accountmg or Field of aw Barbara Ann Morse Barb Chorus 1 Z 3 Sweetheart of FCS Candidate for ueen of May Prom umor Prom Senior Ball Secretary and Treasurerl Z 3 4 Intra urals 1 2 3 Major Busmess Dlploma Vocat1onalStenograph1c Post Graduation Plans Secretarial Work Bonme Lou Nevmger Nevy Cheerleader 1 Majorette 1 Class Secretary 2 Sweetheart Candidate 2 3 Crest Staff Vxce President 4 Semor Play Presrdent of the National Honor Society 4 F111 more Space Staff lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Driving 4 G1rlStater 3 umor Prom Major Math and Homemakmg Drploma State Hxgh School Post Graduatxon Plans Marrrage Delores Parker Dee Chorus 2 3 ournallsm President 2 Drlvmg lnstructlons 3 umor Prom 3 unxor Play 3 ueen of May Prom 3 Winter Concert Z F111 more Space Staff 2 Senior Ball 4 Major Homemakxng Dxploma Vocacronal Homemakxng Post Graduatlon Plans School of Beauty Culture J . 3 . 7-4 M H . . 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I X 22 ohn Schmidt Johnny Basketball 3 4 Soccer 4 FFA Vice Presldent 1 2 3 4 Kung of umor Prom 3 umor Play 3 Semor Play 4 Major Agricultural Diploma Vocat1onalAgr1cultural Post Graduation Plans A farmer W1ll1am Smlth 1 Basketball 1 2 umor Play 3 umor Prom 3 S cerl 2 Ma or Sclence Diploma College Entrance Post Graduation Plans College Donna Thomas Tommy umor Play 3 umor Prom 3 Semor Ball 4 F111 more Space Staff 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Captam of Intrimural Whntc Team 1 Major Homemaklng Diploma State High School Post Graduatxon Plans Beautlclan Glorla Vmcent Shorty Natxonal Honor So xcty 3 4 Intramurals 1 3 4 umor Play 3 Crest Staff 3 Latm Banquet Major Latm Dxploma State High School Post Graduation Plans Marriage eventuall l X CLASS OF I95O Shirley Wendland Shzrl F111 more Space Staff 2 3 4 Intramurals 4 Library Club 3 4 umor Prom 3 Semor Prom Major Business Diploma Vocat1onalStenography Post Graduatxon Plans Secretarlal Work Arlene Wetmore S zster Chorus 1 2 3 4 umor Prom 3 Semor Ball 4 Semor Play 4 Llbrary Club 2 3 4 Intra murals 1 2 3 4 ASSISIHHE Librarian grade Llbraryl 4 Major Science Dlploma School Pos Graduation Plans Radxo or WACS Florence Wolfer Flossze Semor Play 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Cashier 1n Cat eterna 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 jumor Prom 3 Semor Ball 4 Major Busmess Diploma Vocat1onalStenograph1c Post Graduation Plans Secretarxal Work later Marrlage QM """KQs 1 The spmt ot Halloween 7 Peter Peter Pumplxm Eater 3 got the bird 6 Oh you monlcew 74 Tl1eSerxam t the Inn 4 Llttle Angels 5 Somebody ,A v ,Av . .. 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S xx Q M ff f P f if -we 0 6 an K X N Keigfr y 144 Qf -ef C1335 Q Qyo 041520 UQ THE CREST STAFF CREST OFFICERS Editor in Chief Patsy Davis Associate Editors Olive Haskins Faith Roof Art Editor Dorothy Rauhe Literary Editor Arlene Beardsley Make up Editor Oleath Hull Business Manager Ann Marvin Advertising Manager ean Brown Sales Manager Theda Leet This year the entire unior Class worked on The Crest with their advisors Mrs Potter and Miss Kehrer and with the expert counseling of Miss Smith, we made the 1950 edition of the Crest The work was diflicult but each member of the class enjoyed it thoroughly This is the third annual issue the tradition of producing a bigger and better yearbook The jumors appreciate the financial support of their loyal friends business concerns throughout Western New York who bought advertising space fellow students of other classes who subscribed to the yearbook and the many other friends who sponsored 1tS publication by dollar donations We feel sure that we have learned through this experience how to serve our community and work together and shall be better prepared to serve our community Back Row Francis Welsh Peter Sandford Merritt Vosburg Eddie Morse Lee Holcomb Gordon Mason Sam Hall Fourth Row Thomas Van Buskirk Clarence Cartwright Gwen Hall Cal Ricketts Pat Steadman Charles ames Wilma Walradt Gordon Schuknecht Thlfd Row Gene Bennett Eva Elliott Ronald Gillette Francis Brown Edythe Eldridge Don Hall Don Midea Second Row Mrs Potter une Fenner Viola Howden Helen Cronk Lois Walradt Mary Doud Oleath Hull Miss Kehrer Front Row Theda Leet Olive Haskins Patsy Davis Editor Caroline Smith Advisor Faith Roof Arlene Beardsley Ann Marvm 26 . . J . ,, ,, . . . . Y Y ' , . , . of "The Crest", and this year's Juniors believe that they, like the two preceeding Junior classes, have upheld Q 7 : - Y 3 I 9 ' 7 7 Y . : ' , ' , , ' , - , A J , ' , . 4 I , Y 7 . Y l 7 ' I ' : ' , J , ' , , ' , , , ' A : , . . , . 9 . Y . . Z . 7 . Y 1 D ' E T PROJ ECTOR STAFF The Projector Staff of thls school lb made up of five boys who voluntarrly are learnlng or have learned how to use the movle projector These boys contrlbut much toward smooth presentatlon of vlsual educatron ln the school If a tcache w shes to have a mov1e a c r 'un period she calls on one of these boys and ht sets If up for her The boys on the prolcctor stall also worlc with stage hghtrng shdc machm s WIFL recorders microphones and puhllc address system Ken Roberts Dxclc Schlxchr Gene Gayford D1 lc Thomas Gordon Mason These EVE boys are gettrng pract1ca1 exp rxence wlth audro and vlsual ard machmes whrch may contrrbute to a succe sful career after the1r school days are over FILL MORE SPACE The Fzll More Space was estabhshed as a school magazrne rn October 1937 under the guldance of MISS WllllS w1th Robert Aldrxch now the edltor of the North rn Allegany Obxcruor as the hrst edltor of the Space Ar hrst If had advertising from the local stores It started w1th a stall of twenty fave wrth one advlsor and now has a stall of thirteen w1th three advrsors Mlss Sarah Gold became advlsor of the Space rn 1938 1939 ln 1941 Mlss Grace Larlcm came as the l1brar1an and was Space advrsor untrl February 1948 Whlle Mrss Larlcm was the aclv1sor the Space changed from the school magazxne to a school paper The Space won a Samt Bonav nture School Press ASSOCIHEIOH certtflcate ln 1942 and also has two All New York ratmgs and several New York State Superlor ratlngs Back Row Pat Sandford Robert McConnell Alan Nlrlls anet Aspell Second Row Mrss Struzrk Advisor Vrrglnra Columbo Sandra Carter Mrs ones Advxsor Dale Armlson Gary Nevrnger Mrss Smith Advisor Fronl Row Sylvia Taylor Althea Steadman Robert MacEwan Davrd Redmond Carol Mowers oel Wxnchlp 27 D 1' i' A etf ' . . -, ,. , . r R .Q . L 1 .1 - if . ,. ,,, ., .,. ' 9 3 1 C L 7 1 . . 9 ..,, Q . . . . - ,. , Q . - . C 7 y i 7 ' J , . 4 6 . 1 , , ,J - I 3 , , , .J 9 , , , -f Q - 5 2 - 1 v 1 ,J . l Patsy Davis Betty Gayford Mrs ones Arlene Wetmore Eva Ellrot LIBRARY CLUB Although there IS no regularly organlzed llbrary club because there seems to be no txme for rt Mrs ones has several wrllrng and ethcxent helpers Arlene Wetmore has grven much trme and servrce to the grade lrbrary whlle Patsy Davxs Eva Elllott Shrrley Wolfer Gary Nevrnger Ward B ntley une Wrlcox and several others have shelved mended and ca ded books sorted pxctures and pamphlets typed letters and cards worked at the chargmg desk lsted pockets and marked and shellacked new books By doing tlns work ln the lrbrary they are learnrng the work of a hbrarxan gettmg acqualnted wrth a career and becomrng well rnformed cltrzens of to mo row BIOLOGY CLUB Future sclentxstsr? Well one can never tell' Thls 1 the second year Flllmore Central School has had a Brology Club The Club IS under the guidance of Mr Swartout th Blology teacher The Blology Club meets br monthly when lf experrments rn the lab or g1VC a few reports The Club has also gone to Buffalo to VlS1f the zoo and ns planmng to go to Buffalo agam to VISII the mu eum The Brology Club Officers are President Ann Marvm Vrce Presrdent Patr1c1a Sandford Comm1ttee of help to plan actrvrtres Mary Doud Peter Sandford Zane Fxegl Bac Row Mr Swartout Wxllxam Arnold Ann Marvxn ack Smxth Edythe Eldrnge Patrxcxa Sandford Peter Sandford Front Row Helen Cronk Mary Doud Zane Flegl Vnola Howden Theda Leet Eva Ellnot Barbara Bennett 28 , - J 47 7 9 9 g . '- 1 ' 7 r 7 ' 7 17 7 l 7 y . r y , , , 7 r . . . . . 7 , L , - J , 7 ' . . . , . s . . , e . - S . W .t,t, ,,ttt V, it , , . k I - , , ,J , , - , ' : Y 3 3 Y 7 , . r PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photo Clas of 49 has been talcmg pxctures and developlng them The photo clas has alsc been worlclng wxth llghtlng 1n photography One of the projects most enjoy d by the m mb s was th malcmg of the1r own Ch Istnca card In malcmg these cards they had tc first talce the pxctures develop them and enlar e the picture lf necessary Thes slclls wlll make lf posslbl to carry on a hobby xn photography after leavlng chool ln that way contrlbutmg to happ er and beffef C1UZ9nSh1P Gene Stele' Flva Voss Lee I-lo comb BAND Fxllmore Central School students hncl nothmg more stlr mg than the strams of band ITUSIC played as they march to a sembly Of course the band plays on many other OCCASIONS too Sp Ing and Fall concerts ne d mu h tlme and practlce but the members joxn xn saymg they enjoy working w1th thelr leader Mr Folts Those who attended tl'ns years fall concert enjoyed th excellent rend1t1on of the Huslcm Bee March The hand IS mterested rn other school act1v1t1es su h as ponsorlng a canchcl te of Prmcess of the Semor Prom It 1s also actxve rn muslcal orgamzatxons outs1d of our own school It sends representanves to All State Band Fe t val and partlcxpates rn the annual Genesee Country Mus c lqesnval The Band members feel that they are learnmg much that wlll make th m cooperatve and useful crtrzens cf the futu e Bark Row Lynn Lxlly Albert Perry Ronald Fmdlay Roger Haskms Harry Falrbank Alan Malls Isobel Parks Tlnrd Row anlce Gaus Carol Gowdy ohn Yancla Cal R1 ketts Gwen Damon mes Rauhe George Dxspenza Second Row Curtis Wolfer David Towell Menzer Doucl Shirley Cronk Elnzabeth Parks Helen Eldrlclge Front Row Davrd Marriott Barbara Stelcl Alan Wlles Anne Marvm Edythe Eldrldge Phlllp Rrce 29 , . . ,. 7 ' ' cf? ' J ' ' 1- . ,ij , S V ,A . :tj ' M 'sz , I vo v 11 ,V ' V . . " , . " er e ' .1 T r ,, x, . F . , - - ' 3. ' .nf , KJ s I T ' 9 a ' A U . , Q . t 7 ' U ' x 'e ' 1 ' ' " e V , Q . , . . e , 1 . . . . V I ' . ., . , . . ' ..' n S . , , . . -. - , , . . . , . . . qu - as S . . , . . . . Q . . A ,, . ,, . - S -A C L . . . . 1 . . . B I 7 ! D Y 9 1 Y r J , , J , f , , 12 , ' : 1 7 7 9 7 ' : Y ! 1 1 , . NAUONAL HONORSOCET! Fillmore Central School has one of the many chapters which make up the Na ional Honor Society It was origin ally introduced in Fillmoe May 12 1948 by lVIr Joseph Cole MISS Carolin Smith and Mr Lyle Hemmk faculty members of Fillmor It is now under the joint supervision and sponsorship of Mr Hemink and Mr Burt Swales Membership is one of the highest honors the school offers ualihcations for members are based on character scholarship leadership and service A Bark Ron Mr Swales Ronald Findlay De wyn Arnold Mr Hemink average of elghty five Ref Cent must be Front Row Mary Doud Francine Bailey Gloria Vincent Shirley Brahn- maintained or member C311 be dropped June Faecke Edythe Eldridge Bonnie Nevinger from the Society The members are primarily seniors with two Juniors who are chos n at the end of their sophomore year These are at first called probationary members and ar later taken in as full fledged members Other mem bers are added when they acquire such qualifica ions Members of the society in Fillmore are Bonnie Nevingei Presiden Mary Doud Vice Rr sident Fran cent and Ed the Eldrid e Meetin 5 are held the fir t Tuesday of exer month The activities of this rou Y g g Y g R include planning a trip to Radio Citv and Kodak Park Rochester The members of this society acted as guides to the pupils of other schools on Career Day Decemher Z 1949 at Fillmore CHGRUS New people in Chorus? Yes' The Chorus has a new instructor this year Mrs Phyllis Spencer who has been very patient with us We also have many new boys and girls this year who have shown a deep interest in Chorus Some of the activities in Chorus this year were the Music Concert at which the Chorus sang a Cantata Amerzra the Beautxful Christmas caroling Spring Concert and the May Festival Bac Row Sam Hall Peter Sandford Donald Midea Ronald Findlay Delwyn Arnold Bill De Rock Gordon Mason John Yanda Fourth Ron Ronald Gillette Evelyn Gfeller Helen Cronk Edythe Eldridge Yvonne Sprowl Shirley Dash Verna Wolfer Pat Steadman Arthur Arnold Third Row Shirley Brahm Barbara Holiday anet Roberts Betty Gallemore Shirley Wolfer Carol Gowdy oyce Brigham Helen Eldridge Eva Elliott Second Row Helen Irish Loraine Walradt Betty Bennett Patsy Fenner Dora Morse oan Curry Marjorie Marriott Irene Crawford Olive Haskins Front Ron Mrs Spencer Arlene Wetmore Arlene Beardsley Thomas Van Buskirk Gwen Hall oan Griggs Isobel Parks 30 . . . Y A , 5 , ' . ,. A 4 e I 7 ' v A 7 Y . ei . ' s W , , . n ': . , V V E , 1 I b , E - i - t I .- 3 1 Q 5 's , 7 - 5 i l ' 5 . 9 1 I v 3 ' - ' . ' ' t' . . . . . . .7 . tg I' , . S . Q , cine Bailey, Secretary and Treasurerg Ron Findlay, Delwyn Arnold, Shirley Brahm, June Paecke, Gloria Vin- , , I . 5 IW y I . . . , 1 7 ' 7 A L s 9 - , . V . , . . . , . I , . . . . - : . , . , J Q Z - k r , , A , V ' , , ' , A y 4- if w ' 5 ? , , V , , , . : ' , 3 J , , ' , , ,l 7 7 ' I I :Y 5 A 2 7 , , J , , A , - 'I ' 7 7 5 7 7 .I 7 SENIOR PLAY Anyone who saw thls year s senxor play wrll remember for a long trme, Delwyn Arnolds rmpersonatron of a grrl u t Your Kzddzng provrded the usual happy experrence rn cooperatrve effort, whrch helps make play productron one of the most popular means of rarslng Senror funds Play productron moreover another acttvxty whrch tra1ns students to partrcxpate 1n communrty affarrs Back Raw Arthur Daley Arlene Wetmore oyce Brrgham Wayne Estabrook Florence Wolfer une Faeclce Irene Crawford Mrs Fmdlay Dxrector Front Row Ronald Findlay Bonnie Nevmger Pat rcra ones Delwyn Arnold Shrrley Brahm ohn Schmidt Francine Barley Donald Hazlett FACU LTY PLAY One of the most entertammg events of the year 1949 50 was the faculty play a melodrama drrected by Mr Mrcherdzrnslcl, entltled The Curse of an Achmg Heart The play was presented October 27 and 28 1949 The cast of characters rncluded Andrew Haynes Grace Knowlton Agnes Kehrer Marjorie Mann S Edward Wrlmot Geraldlne ones Irene Struzrk Carolyn Stapley Pauline Potter Leon Swartout Hrram Abernathy Mrs Abernathy Battle Axe Anme Red Wrng Wrndermere Hrghtower Lucrous Goodenough Aurelra Abernathy Melody Lane Nellre Blythe Murrel Atkms Aloysrus Abernathy Between acts the Belles and the Beaus sang tunes of the Gay NIHCIICS Marjorie Mam Paulme Potter Richard MlCl1efdZlhSkl Carolyn Stapley Leon Swartout Agnes Kehrer Geraldxne ones Edward Wrlmot Irene Struztk Lyle Hemmlc Grace Knowlton Andrew Haynes . , . , , . 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D AI . 7 J , , , , , 1 31 FACULTY CFFICERS PRESIDENT Bernlce Baker VICE PPESIDENT Grace Knowlton SECRETARY TREASURER Leon Swartout Grace Knowlton Bernice Baker Leon Swartout ww FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The F F A IS one of the most active organlzatxons l1'1 Flllmore Central School Its membershxp IS made up of forty five actxve boys who come mostly from the rural area of the school drstrrct The meetings are h Id twxce a month and are led by the ofhcers wlth the help of the other members and supervlsor, Mr Wxlmot Each md1v1dual member partxclpates ln Club work which prov1ded plenty of trammg m leadershrp to make us actrve crtrzens of tomo row The FFA IS a money malclng orgamzatlon Money 15 ra1sed through plantrng trees rn the sprrng for the farmers Thrs money IS used to take us on the summer vacatlon trrps that are avarlable for every Ag member Back Row Gordon Mason ohn Yanda Charles ames Donald Thomas ames Cooley Marvrn Redman Francx Welsh Fourth Row Francxs Brown Gordon Schuknecht Alvm Gaus Edward Smnth R1 hard Thomas Thomas Van Buskrrk Neal Fnegl ohn Ellwood Tlvxra' Row Phrlllp Mann Gene Bennett Kenneth Roberts Harold Wright Adelbert Svlor Wayne Williams Vlctor Roberts Clarence Cartwrnght Glen Carmer LaVe n Wolfer Second Row Phxlnp Rxce Donald Purdy Harlan Evans Richard Schlrcht Raymond Sink Rnchard Evans Vernon Vosburg Arthur Arnold Front Row Roger Haskms Sentrnel Merrlt Vosburg Secretary Edward Morse Reporter Wayne Estabroolc Presndent ohn Schmxdt V President Arthur Daley Treasurer Mr Wilmot 32 p A ,M X - x . 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Row Wilma W1ShbUfn oe Bentley Elmer Wolfer Hiriam Kemp Third Row une Wilcox Dick Ierrin Betty Irish George Dxspenza Dorothy Dash Lynn Lilly Coach Kleinspehn Second Row Bolo Holmes Shirley Evans Ward Bentley Helen Mills Charles Marvin Lynn Fiegl Mrs Graves Front Row Frances Hatch Keith Gaus Gloria Bliss Don Ackerman oanne Thomas Gary Nevinger EIGI-ITH GRADE INTRAMU RALS The members of the eighth gracle strive for the lead in their noon hour intramurals Sandra Carter 1S captain of the Greens and Gloria Bliss is captain of the Whites for the girls and Cuhlby MacEwan is captain of the Greens ancl George Dispenza is captain of the Whites for the boys The hoys and girls each participate arc appreciated by ch high s hool Back Row Mildred Daley Carlton M1 Ewan Carol Hennard Boh Bailey Shirley Grimes Carl Granger Mxlvin Bennet Third Ron Hugh Smith Leigh Bailey Elizabeth Parks im Rauhe G ty Zeller l'orres ames Albert Pe ry SECOHUI Row Une Graves girls coach Delores Ackerman Ethel Sink Barhar Ames Wanda Irish eanette Bliss Mr Kleinspehn our coach Front Row une Hennard Billy Cole Sandra Carter Carol Mowers Curtis Wolfer Betty Tlllinghast 33 -YA 7 V 4 5 i 5 " 7 1 Y ' A ' : '17 7 3 4 7 h 7 7 ' ' two days a week during their noon hour. They try to do their best in the seasonal activities, ancl their efforts We c . : - ' 5 1 L: 7 Y A V 7 V h 5 K 3 lr J , f - 1 , ' , , , V ' 7 7 7 ' Y ' ' Bark Row Shxrley Cronk Gertrude Scutt Gwen Hall Verna Wolfer P1tr1c1a Sandford lC1pta1nl and Evelyn Gfeller Fourth Row Paulxne Daley Faith Roof Shirley Wendland Theda Leet Irene Crawford Barbara Bennett Patsy Davxs Thzrd Row Althea Steadman Mary Doud Loxs Walradt Arlenc Beardsley Glorla Vmcent anet Roberts Betty Gallxrnore Olnve Haskins Second Ron Barbara Morse amce Gaus oyce Ludwig Betty Bennett Marjorie Nlarrrott Dorothy ames and Mrs Una Graves front Row Dora Morse Shxrley Mason Eva Elllott lCo Captj Shxrley Brahm lCapta1nl Donna Thomas and Zola Barley GIRLS INTRAMU RALS The hlgh school girls are dlvxded 1nto two teams, the Greens and the Whltes The unlor group seventh and elghth grades play lntramurals durrng the1r noon hours Games ln wh1ch they pamcxpate are battle ball klck ball and lme basketball The Senxor Group grades nxne through twelve play durxng the In each of therr h1gh school years they may earn a letter by a three pomt method parncrpatmg 1n three fourths of the games played completmg sklll tests and ofhc1at1ng Th team whrch wms each game IS awarded pomts whlch are added at the end of each school year The defeated team presents a green and wh1te bann r to the w1nn1ng team On th1s banner are the names of the Senxor boy and g1rl captams of the w1nn1ng teams Back Row Wilma Walradt Barbara Holiday une Clark Fourlh Row Ann Marvrn Shnrley Dash Isobel Parks Barbara Srekl Betty Ballard Shirley Towner oyce Brigham Carol Gowdy Tlvxra' Row Elva Voss Mary France can Curry Pat one Gwen Damon Shirley Walter Lots Cleveland Second Row lrene Hartman Leona Morgan Lorraine Walradt Francine Barley Vtola Howden Arlene Wetmore Helen Eldridge Mrs Graves Front Row oan Grxggs Vlrgmla Colombo captam Yvonne Sprowl co captam Pat Steadman co captam une Faecke captatn Florence Wolfer Bonnie Nevmger 5 I 1 b 1 I 1 I , I I I 1 - V ' : F I Y 3 5 - 7 7 F ' 4 Q 3 4 1 " 7 , J , , J , A , I A , AJ , . H ' : V Y 3 7 . ' Y 7 , . - - - ' - ex 91 er - n J - - 1 , . ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 nlnth period. These gxrls particlpate in soccer, basketball, volley-ball, and soft-ball, which are seasonal games. 1 : ' 9 1 - 3 : . Y . ? J ' V : . , , , A , : I 7 9 V! I I A 1 . 5 9 V , - - V I J B, 1 ' , A s - , 9 - , J 5 , , - BacL Row Bob Maclawan Pete S1ndford Ron Fnndlay Harry Falrbank ohn Schmndt Merritt Vosourg ack Smlth Fourth Row Cql Rxcketts Bob Rose Al Mxlls Bob McConnell Blll Arnold Francis Welch Tlvzrd Row Gene Bennett Gordon S hutne ht Thomas Van Busklrk Clarence Cartwright Dick Clester lrancxs Brown Eddie Smlth Second Row Don Purdy Zane Fxegl Menzer Doud Ve non Vosburg Dick Evans Dxck Schlxcht joel Wlnchxp Coach Klexnspehn front Row Leland Zllker Kenneth Roberts Glenn Carmer Harold Wrxght ack Whxte Wayne Wlllnms Victor Roberts BOYS INTRAMURALS All the boys 1n hxgh school part1c1pate 1n the 1nt amural program These boys are separated mto two groups the greens and whltes The boys are d1VldECl evenly by the mstructor Mr Klemspehn who oversees them whlle playmg The intramural program 15 set up so each and every boy may learn good leadershlp Thls is done by each teams Chooslng a captain who l arns how Whlle stlll a hrgh school boy, to coach his team Good sportsmanshlp rs shown by both teams whether they w1n or loose The wlntes have been success ful ln wlnnlng most years, but the gr ens have taken If as good sports and keep on trylng to wln each year Hlgh school boys do most of their own ofhclatlng at the games played Th1S shows they are groups led by hlgh school students and only supervlsed by the mstru tor fine tralrnng for adult leadership Back Row Wayne Estabrook B111 Smith Don Hazlett Eddie Morse La Vern Wolfer Don Thomas fourth Row ohn Ellwood Marvin Redman ames Cooley Dick Thomas Gordon Mason ohn Yanda Flmd Row Al Gaus Neal Fregl Gene Gayford Sam Hall Phul Maln Charles ames Duck Hodnett Second Row Harlan Evans Ray Srnlc Paul Davxs Don Hall Don Mndea Ron G1 lette B111 De Rock Coach Klemspehn Front Row Arthur Arnold Adelbert Syler Stephen Porte Dave Redman ack Burgess Ken Fish Phnl Rxce 35 ' 1 l -, - , , ,J , , J - In , , , , . - . 7 ' : 7 7 Y L Y 1' . . . , . .. , . . D . . . . V 9 . .. D . . . . . . ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 SJ , ,J , , ,J . 1 , , ' , , , J , - - , , , , , , , . . , , 5, ,J BASEBALL Back Row Calvin Ricketts Donald Thomas Robert Ellwond ames Cooley Richard Clester Donald Hall Coach Klemspehn Front Row Don Mrdea Eugene Gayford Leland Zllker Alvin Gaus Wlllxam De Rock You re out' Cal Rrcketts has struck out another man' A game 1n the World s SBFICS? No just F C S s baseball team rs m full swmg Every Sprmg the mmd of every baseball fan turns to the prospect of playmg on the team Under the guxdance of Coach Klemspehn our boys are learmng to be better cmzens and play square the game of lxfe Who knows maybe Frllmore Central wrll turn out another oe Dlm3ggl0? SOCCER Fillmore Soccer Team was much stronger than If was last year although If was macle up of almost the same members The season xtself was somewhat of a success because we came to a close m thxrcl place 1n the A B league We won the first game of the season after a few losses we got back ln the wmners bracket and came through wxth five strarght wms to close the season Belfast Fxllmore Nuncla Flllmore Nunda Flllmore T e elected co captams were Calvm Ricketts and Ronald Fmdlay Back Row Wxlllam Arnold La Vern Wolfer ohn Schmidt Harry Faxrbank oe Bentley Dick Thomas Kenneth Fish Bob Rose Manager Second Row Ralph Klemspehn Coach Wrlllam De Rock Don Mldea Don Hall Al Gaus Leland Zllker Gene Gayford Neal Fregl Duck Schllcht Fronl Row Harland Evans Dxck Evans ack Burgess Alan Mills Cal Ricketts Ron Fmdlay ohn Yanda oel Wrnchlp Menzer Doud Dlck Clester 36 ff , 77 ' ' , ' ' ' .Y ,. .,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, l 3 ' , , , 2 Rushforcl ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 Fillmore ,,,, ,, , ,,,, , . 4 h - . . . . D fl ' ' Y ,J ' , ' ' ,J V 1 , A , RESERVE BASKETBALL The un1or VSFSIIY KS made up mostly of Freshmen and Sophomores and the1r arm 15 to get experxence so that they can be promoted to the VHYSIIY The team elected for thelr captams Leland Zxlker who 15 a fine player and leader Mo t of the glory goes to the Vars1ty but lf 15 lh the LIHIOIC Vars1ty that rh ground work has been done that paves the way fo success 1n Vars1ty These boys also have a tough schedule and If IS a lot tougher on some becaus lt IS the1r Hrst year 1n sports The coaches are Mr Swales and Mr Swartout who take the1r t1me and effort to teach these boys co operatlon and sportsmansh1p Back Row Coach Swales Menzer Doud Kenneth Fnsh W1ll1am Arnold R1chard Thomas Alan W1 es james Cooley Kenneth Roberts Coach Smartout Front Row Donald Thomas Alan lVI1lls Leland Zxlker Rnchard Cfeste Robert Ellwood VARSITY BASKETBALL The Vars1ty s ma1n OLDJCCCIVB IS to create good spJrtsmansh1p and cooperat1on among ICS players Many of IES boys w1ll be playmg the1r last games for Flllmore thls year but the1r learn1ng good c1t1zensh1p w1ll be carr1ed IHCO whatever they undertake elsewhere Our coach Mr Klemspehn has worked hard w1th the boys to put out a Wlhnlhg team At the beg1nn1ng of the season we elected captams Edd1e Mo e and ohn Schm1dt sen1ors were elected Th1s year l1ke last year we are play1ng 1n the A B league wluch IS a tough league Th1s season w1ll also br1ng another game Wlth the faculty Th1s annual game IS always a tough one and w1ll be espec1ally so because the faculty has another man to make a better team and tt w1ll take the utmost skrll to beat them 37 3 C . . . A , A Z 1 1 v 1 . . ' 'l - 1 - a r a V ' . . - - - 7 v 1 , r, . 1 ' 7 ' , . .S J , , , 7 7 ' - DHI, n,,,, rr ,1, V1- 1 1vf-11- rx n 1 11 1- -1 1 rx 11 11' 1.. n 11 F- 11 1 Martha Schmxdt june Wxlcox Kay Walradt anrce Thomas Barham Ames CHEERLEADERS Where would our school spmt be w1thout cheerleaders? Out of twenty four gxrls as tryouts ten were chosen to represent the school as cheerleaders at the basket ball games There are five varslty cheerleaders who cheer for the varslty team and Hve JUHIOI' varsxty cheer leaders who cheer for the Jumor varslty team The varsxty cheerleaders are Pat Steadman, Captaln Arlene Wetmore Irene Crawford Yvonne Sprowl and Verna Wolfer The Jumor varslty cheerleaders are Barbara Ames Captaln une Wllcox Martha Schmldt, amce Thomas and Kay Walradt Mrs Graves and the practxce gym teachers from Brockport a1d rn the formlng of cheers and supervxse the cheerleaders Arlene Wetmore Verna Wolfer Yvonne Sprowl Patrlcra Steadman Irene Crawford 38 , , , J , S . , - 5 5 y 1 7 : 9 5 ,I 9 J 4 v u 1 x Y Fas ff W I mf J L fx N HX ff XS! MU MR BURT SWALES MRS DOLORES WISNIEWSKI SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAI MR ANDREW' F HAYNES SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL VICE PRINCIPAL GUIDANCE DIRECTOR Back Ron Robert Fiegl Mr Charles G Smith Mr David Richardson Clerk Mi Lloyd Ludwig den of Schools BOARD OF EDUCATION The Board of Education composed of members of the school district, take a great deal of interest in the welfare of our school Without any compensation for their efforts, except our appreciation, they endeavor to make our s hool a pleasant place to acquire education HEALTH Sore throats skinned legs cut fingers the first signs of chickenpox or the pinlceye all are in a days worlc for hard working Miss Main in hlling her capacity as school nurse Doctor Rose, with her help gives health examinations to the students every year Roberta Fiegl and Miss Main Miss Main Curtis Wolfer Dr Rose 41 l I , t,,, Front Row? Mr. Willard ,G, Smith, Mr. Charles Bliss, lsresidentg Mr. Franlc Tuthill, District Superinten: . , . . . . . - . . . - . , 7 3 1 A . . l , CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs Lahr Mrs Ostrum Nlrs Cronli 'Vlrs Dmspenzi CAPQTERIA LINE 'vlrs Laln' Robert Fenner Wllllim Tlmotby inet Roberts Lewis Pre-'imc Robert Ferrxn mws Nlowers W1llx1m Bmrdsley SCHOOL EMPLOYEES CUSTODIAINS Russ Ostrum Bob Gxllerre Bob Butler Wflll Kinney BUG DRIVERS Bark Row Bud Ashcraft Leon Hallman Bud Arnold 1m Knowlton Ward Pratt Brook Maxn Front Row Homer Paplce Leslne Fish Burton Neygus Albert Perry Walt Frazner L B Crouch u 7 X - our 1 I O sn- ! 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