Fonda Fultonville High School - Caughnawagan Yearbook (Fonda, NY)
- Class of 1948
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18 8 ff 1948
Published Annually by The Senior Class of
Fultonville High bohool
, Fultonville, New York
MAIN STREET - 1895
We, the class of '48, dedicate this, our yearbook, to the village of
Fultonville, which this year celebrates its centenary of incorporation. We
have walked your tree shaded streets conscious of the fact that we were
rubbing elbows with your founders. Such names as John Starin, sons Joseph
and Mgndert,Henry Voorhees and Peter Van Antwerp have become very real to
us. ere is your story.
During Revolutionary times you were known as Van Epp,s Swamp. In
1810 John Starin erected a store just west of the tavern on the river bank
where the home of Charles Nietch now stands. Two bridges were built
across the river at this point, spring floods destroying both. A ferry
was operated then until bridges were constructed at the present location.
In 1822 Myndert Starin and his brother-in-law, Thomas Robinson ,
bought a large tract of land including the site of Fultonville. They
built a store, a flour-mill, a distillery, a paper-mill, an ashery, a saw-
mill, a blacksmith shop and a nail factory, an establishment for carding,
spinning, winning and cloth-dressing. A plaster mill was built and streets
laid out. The foundation for the presa t village was thus laid.
During the fall of 1825 when the Erie Canal was opened to com erce,
Henry P. Vorhees began his mercantile business in a old farm house. The
demands were so great that in the next year he erected a store and store-
house whlch stood for many years where Fred L. Lowe now has his gas station
Soon this little country place became a central point of business aot-
ivity, due to the advantage of canal navigation. VOOPDOGS' 5118111088 BNW-
Here was a ready market for the agricultural products and lumber of the
region. Large quantities of hides were collected here and carted to the
tanneries in Gloversville and the finished product returned to be shipped
to all parts of the state.
In 1827 Mr. Voorhees erected a brick mansion where he lived until
1856. This building still stands in the rear of the Donaldson Block on
Canal Street. It still contains its ornamental marble fireplaces and is
in a remarkable state of preservation. Mr. Voorhees was succeeded in
business by Mears and Maclntyre who were followed by A.J.Abel and Co.,
Abel Brothers, and Morrison, and J.H.Morrison and Co.
Other members of early Fultonv1lle's business life were Clark k Post,
Devoe and Martin, Thomas Robinson, McArthur and McKinley, Plantz k
Argersinger, Crumwell and F1nk,'Frisby E McConkey, Scott Campbell, S.F.
Underwood, Shuler R Wilcox, Blood k Conyne, D.D.Starin, J.H.Starin, L.V.
Peek k Co.. and Chapman 5 Fonday Peter Fonda and Henry Starin also kept
canal stores at the old lock 1 the lower part of the village. Freeman k
Farmer carried on a business tiers following the removal of the lock.
You honored Robert Fulton for the part he played in the development
of your livelihood through his great invention by naming yourself Fultonville
On August 9, l8u8 you organized as a oorgoration with the following board
of trustees: Howland Fish, Presidentg An rew J. Yates, William B. Wemple,
Thomas R. Horton, and Delancey D. Starin. At the time it is recorded that
your population numbered 630. But by the year 1875. with industries
flourishing and the Erie Canal growing in importance every year as a
highway of commerce the population doubled and stood at 1220 inhabitants.
Many changes have taken place since those early days. The canal was
abandoned in favor of the present New York State Barge Canal and its bed
filled in for the erection of buildings. The present Mayor, Peter J. Rossi,
owns a store resting over the bed of the old canal on the east side of Main
Street while the village Honor Roll for World lar II veterans rests over
the bed on the west side. Plans are now in progress for the erection of a
fine municipal building on this site with a permanent memorial.
Many of the buildings of the past remain under different guisee and
names as can be seen by the pictures elsewhere in this book. There has
been little change in the edifices of the Reformed and Methodist churches.
However, the school buildings have come and gone with the passing of time.
The old Cobblestone Hall still stands with its stone steps adjoining
attesting to the time it served as an Industrial school. This hall was
built by Jeptha R. Sims, the historian of the Revolutionary War period, of
cobbles he picked up and tried for size through a hole in a board he
carried with him in his travels.
The roof of the old school house on the corner of Mohawk and Prospect
Streets has finally given way and the weather allowed to enter where many
of your citizens used to sit and study the three R's. The present school
stands where the imposing brick structure erected in 188A once stood and
where the high school was established in 1891.
You have had your great fires, too, as some of the scars remaining
show. The most spectacular to many of the townspeople was the holocaust of
I I? 7-Oil-9i'9' when the entire block from to the old canal bank went up in
iiamggngegtioging ons of the glues business buildings you everihad, namely,
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The changes that have taken place over the years have been progressive
ones. Your administrations have shown vision and your business enterprises
have shown courage. We, the Clase of 'h8, are proud that we are graduating
from FULTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL in this, the year of your centennial.
gmac! af Zdacafim
w.A.T. Cassedy, President
James Brookman 5r.g Carl Earley, frincipalg Dever Crane, Clerkg George Friers
Old School House
Mrs. Ferrara, Commerce: Mrs. Oaksford, Languages k Kdgtn.3
Mrs. Lusso, 7k8th Gradesg Mrs. Yates, 556th Grades: Miss
Alton, Math 5 Science.
Mrs. Green, 1k2nd Gradesi Mr. O'Leary, English: Mr. Barley,
Principal: Mr. Swenson, Coachg Mr. Crane, Social Studiesg
Mrs. Argersinger, 5k4th Grades.
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Class Motto: Ad astra per aspera
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Marobn and white American Beauty
Dewey's clothes are very neat
And he can play the clarinet
Pres.4gStudent Council Pres.4g
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Shirley is an all around gal Her hair is brown,her eyes are
Full f fun and a good pal. SPGGH
0 Evelyn was our Junior Queen.
Chorus l23'Intramural Sports
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l5gC1ass Play,24iLg?rarysCl:b, gtgdvng g0un0ii.k3:Cgg:-ZfMas-
2' Class Treas. ' ass ec . r ve ' enera ana '
Zsvice Pres.54gienspaper Club: Minstrel Show,34gJunior'Qaeen
3gM1nstrel Show,34gProm Queen Graduation Ueher,53D8H0in2
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Glenn is cute, and hels a flirt,
He likes anything in a skirt.
Basebal1,245student counc1l,55Class TP6BSUT8P,4jY88T Book Staffs
Vice Pres. Athletic Assoc.,43Minstre1 Show,545senior Play.
Usually repairing a jalopy or car,
Billyvs ambition will carry him far.
Band, l,2,3 Chorus, 13 Library Club, 5,43 speech Class,
2,43 Soccer, 53 Basketball, 33 Minstrel Show, '
Athletic Association, 43 Senior P1ay.6iiED,
James Brookman Jr.
He's a brain and a photo-bug too,
Jimmy always has something to do.
Band, 1,2,53 Chorus, l,2,53 Class Play, 2,43 Library Club,
5,43 Minstrel Show, 5,43 Basketball Team Manager, 5,43
Athletic Association, 43 Student Coun 1, 43 Year Book
Helen is the studious kind,
Another like her you seldom find.
Library Club, l,2,5,43 Cooking Club, 1,2,43 Class Play,
2,43 Minstrel Show, 5,43 Dancing Club, 53 Graduation
Usher, 33 Speech Class, 43 Vice-President, Library Club,
43 Year Book staff: Athletic Association, 4.
Bob is devoted to his one and only,
We know with her he wont be lonely.
Chorus, 1,23 Class Play, 2,43 Library Club, 5,43 Treas-
urer, Library Club,43 Soccer,4. Qylqf
Most quiet and courteous of the girls,
Is Christina with her long, dark curls.
cooking Club, 1,25 secretary of Cooking club, 23 Library
Club, 25 senior Play. '
He may be quiet and shy,
But Lynwood is a swell guy.
Intramural, 43 Minstrel show, 45 Athletic Association, 4.
Every day she is the same,
Ruthie Johnson is her name.
Cooking Club, 13 Class Play, 23 Graduation Usher,5.
Don's the boy who can really croon,
And you should see all the girls swoon.
soccer, l,2,3,43 Baseball, 2,5,43 Basketball, 2,5,43 Intra-
mural sports, l,2,3: class Treasurer, 1: President of Clase
2,35 Vice-President of student Council, 2,33 President of
Athletic Association, 43 Band, l,2,53 Chorus, l,2,33
Dancing club, 1,33 class Play, 2: operetta, 2: Newspaper
Club, 2,53 Minstrel show, 5,4s.Year Book Staffg senior
Plays do :
The day dreamer and talker of the class,
Is Es a very friendly lass.
Library Club, 5,45 Dancing Club, 5: Minstrel Show, 3,43
Prom Queen Attendant, 55 Graduation Usher, 53 Class Treas-
urer, 52 secretary of student Council, 45 President of
Library Club, 43 Treasurer of Library Club, 3.
John Tylutki, Jr.
Johnny with his smiling face,
Always brightens up the place.
chorus, 1,2,53 Basketball, 1,43 Baseball, 2: Soccer, 2,5,
45 class Play, 25 Athletic Association, 2,43 Newspaper club,
2,53 Library Club, 5,43 Minstrel Show, 5,45 an ing C1ub,55
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Our sincerest appreciation
for all you have done in guid-
ing us through our Senior year
and in helping to make our last
year at Fultonville High School
one which we will long rememben
We, the class of '48, now pause to look back over the four happy yeari we have
had at FQ H. S. which we will remember and cherish.
In the fall of '44, as 25 bewildered Freshman, we entered Fultonville High
School. We elected as our officers: President, James Winneg Vice-President, Jaddua
Bennettg Secretary, Marguerite Gilleng Treasurer, Shirley Morang Student Council,
Diane Ward and Evelyn Stowitts. A Halloween Party was enjoyed at the home of Mrs.
Christiana, our advisor. In midwinter we had a sleighride. Our activities were
limited, but we had a magazine drive, held tea dances and sponsored an Amatuer Show.
We concluded our first year with a picnic at Caroga Lake,
When we returned in the fall of '45, we found we had lost Richard Bell, James
Fonda, Rose Colasant1,Helen Samarija, Kathrlne Samarija and Marguerite Gillen.
This was only the beginning for our class was to lose many more members. To make
up for our loss we gained Heman Howlett, Wreatha Burke, Esther Perry and Donald
Peeler. We chose as our leaders that year: President, Donald Peelerg Vice-President,
James Winneg Secretary, Shirley Morang Treasurer, Jaddua Bennett, Student Council,
Diane Ward and Jean Hogan. This year we sponsored a very successful musical comedy,
'The Girls' Take Over', on Vh1entine's Day written by Miss Garvey, our advisor, and
Miss Cannon. We also sponsored an April Showers Dance. During the year we lost
Evelyn Talmadge and Jean Hogan which decreased our class to 19 members. We ended
our successful Sophomore year with a class outing at Caroga Lake.
When the fall of '46 rolled around we returned to school with great enthusiasm
as Juniors. This year we lost Shirley Johnson, Diane Ward, Rhea Hand and Wreatha
Burke. We gained Marguerite Gillen, William Bayes, Virginia Anderson and Alice
Welsh. We elected as our guides that yearg President, Donald Peelerg Vice-President,
Shirley Morang Secretary, Jaddua Bennett, Treasurer, Esther Perry, Student Council,
Glenn Gill and Evelyn Stowitts. Under the capable direction of our advisor, Miss
Bergen, we presented a very entertaining Minstrel Show in November which proved
profitable, too. We were all excited when we ordered our class rings in the fall
and more so when we received them in the winter. During the year we lost Marguerite
Gillen Orpha Brooker, James Winne, Heman Howlett, Virginia Anderson and Alice Welsh.
We held a food sale which added some money to our treasury. le started plans for
the Junior Prom early. We worked hard on our 'Up in the Clouds"decorat1ons which
we were very proud of. The Prom proved to be a gala event. We all knew how much
Miss Bergen had done to make this year such a success. We closed our Junior year
by ushering the Seniors to the platform Graduation night, realizing we were the new
Senior Class. We had 14 members left.
Class History, Cont'd.
The fall of 'L7 came all too quickly and the lb members who had the courage
to go on returned for their senior year. We were saddened by the leaving of
Verla Leonard but we gained Christina Fish to round out our original lb. Ne
elected these officers: President, Jaddua Bennett, Vice-President, Shirley
Morang Secretary, Evelyn Stowittsg Treasurer, Glenn Gillg Student Council,
Esther Perry and James Brookman. We unanimously chose Mr. Crane as our advisor.
He put his whole heart into our activities. We knew how much we needed money
for our New York trip so we immediately began selling pencils, Christmas cards,
magazines, gum and candy, T shirts, hats and class pins. In October we had our
graduation pictures taken. We went to see the Freedom Train when it visited
Schenectady, November 1. We held a food sale and a turkey raffle. We also began
work on our yearbook early so that we could have it finished in the spring. In
December we held a Christmas dance at the close of school. After an enjoyable
two weeks vacation, we returned to school with a lot of work ahead of us. A
Senior-Junior Minstrel was in rehearsal for presentation on St. Patrick's Day.
We had chosen WLet's Get Marriedn as our Senior Play and all members of the class
planned to participate in it. It was planned for May. Our New York trip was
planned for Easter recess and our stay for the Hotel New Yorker. Mr. and Mrs.
Crane were going to accompany us. Our history draws to a close as we look for-
ward to our Baccalaureate, Class Day, Graduation and the Senior Ball after which
we will bid farewell to our Alma Mater and her fond memories, Fultonville High.
mic N. Y. 0 SXERIEQQ NOVEMBER- 1 947
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Billy Most Ambitious The right to Norbert Fixing old Junk dealer
The day dreamer be l9L9 dreamer' Schindler cars
Dewey Likely to succeed
All-around senior Right to be Walter Foodys Has own band
Best dressed teacher's pet Windecker
Best Looking Q
Jimmy Most studious Right'to be Clara All over Owns the West
Biggest pest biggest pest Johnson End Garage
Bob Most devoted Devotion Priscilla Close to Dot 10th wedding
Glenn Friendliest Right to sleep Arthur Sleeping Still
Cutest in classes Friers Sleeping
Biggest flirt next year
Lyn Quietest Quietness Jack Talking to Chick talking
Most bashful Brookman some chicken back
Don All-around athlete Athletic Harry Shell station 3rd year on
Biggest Q9 breaker ability Bobilin Broadway
Johnny Most talkative Right to be James Selling candy Running own
Best natured best natured Winne and gum candy shoppe
Helen Most ambitious Ambition Marilyn Drum corps Blowing at
A Vickerson hubby
Chris Likely to succeed Right to be Larry Paddling hone? Has own honey
Quietest studious Riceoppo
Ruthie Likely to succeed Ability to Kenneth Home Home of her
succeed Olmstead own
Shirley Likely to succeed
Best natured Dancing Larry In a two-toned Doing home
All-aq und senior ability Raven coupe work
All-ar und athlete
Es Biggest flirt
Most talkative Right to be Anna With Eddie Changing the
The day dreamer most talkative Raczynski baby
Biggest pest next year
Evelyn Best natured
Best dressed Right to be Joyce Rear seat of Still back
Biggest W?breaker best dressed Guyette a motorcycle seat driving
Best looking next year V
And to all other Juniors we bequeath what's left, especially our outstanding debts.
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First Row--Margie Riceoppo, Joyce Guyette, Jack Brookman, James Winne,
Mr. O'L68Py, Terry Riceoppo, Norbert Schindler, Priscilla
Krahmer, Jeanette Goscinski.
Second Row-Joyce Foody, Diane Davis, Jo Ann Philbrook, Lyna Bayes,
Charlotte Tracy, Marilyn Vickerson, Marianne Holden, Walter
Windecker, George Fancher, Arthur Friers.
Third Row--John Hensel, Harry Boblin, Margaret Staley, Robert Stewart,
Betty Wemple, Clara Johnson, Edna Mae Lavender, Lela Armer,
Anna Raczynski, Larry Raven, Larry Riceoppo.
Blue and white Vice-President... ....Terry Riceoppo Ou bien: ou rien
Secretary........ .......Jack Brookman
Flower Treasurer.............Norbert Schindler
Student Council.......Marilyn Vickerson
Iris Kenneth Olmstead
Advisor......... ....Mr. John O'Leary
The class of "l,9" sponsored a Halloween Dance on October 25, l9l+7. On
November ll, a very impressive Armistice Day program was presented by the
class. Aunt Samanthy, the class play was presentedDecember l9.The Juniors
together with the Seniors gave a very successful Minstrel Show on the night
of March 17, l9h8. In May the class held a very colorful Junior Prom.
Gary Hammond, Beverly Bellinger, Mildred Mars, Miss Alton,
Robert Hayes, Archie Rose, Rhoda Corey.
Evelyn KnaPP: William Zacharkiw, Sue Marie Richey, Carolyn
Boblin, Marion Henry, Richard Perry, Richard Becker.
Florence Mallett, Harold Fitzdam, Dorothy Polin, Richard
Douglass, Charles Rozzelle, John Coddington, Benjamin Harris
Vice-President... ...Robert Hayes
Secretary ...... ..... Mildred Mars
Treasurer........ .......Archie Rose
student Counc11......Bever1y Bellinger
Advisor........ ...Miss Elaine Alton
On November 21, the class held a very successful Sadie Hawkins dance
We have choosen a play entitled WBlack Catsn which we hope to present some
time in the future. We also plan to order our class rings sometime this
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First Row--Evans Harris, Thelma Talmadge, Gloria Stevens, Mr. Swenson,
John Anderson, Audrey Lathers, Doris Minch.
second Row-William Gill, Marianne Rutherford, Evelyn Gordon, Anna Herms,
Ruth Miller, Doris Schulz, Nellie Desmond, Stanley Burley.
Third Row--Arnold Colburn, Roland Minch, Robert Minch, William Forrester,
Robert Sullivan, Lawrence Larson, Ray Stockwell.
Fourth Row-wilson Hitchcock, Cady Davis, Robert Steiger, Henry Mars,
Vice President.... ...John Anderson
Secretary....... ...Audrey Lathers
Treasurer....... ....Thelma Talmadge
Student Counci1............Dor1s Minch
Advisor........ ....Mr. Victor Swenson
We the Freshman, started ourtyear by holding a very successful Turkey Raffle
and later in November we held a Food Sale. A very enjoyable Sleighride was held
in January after which we returned to the school for refreshments. Those accom-
panying us were Mr. and Mrs. Crane and Mr. and Mrs. Swenson. Everyone reported
having a good time. Another Food Sale and Raffle was planned for the spring. The
Freshman boys have been very successful in Intramural Soccer and Basketball.
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Left to Right-Gary Hammond, Esther Perry Doris Minch, Mrs. Oaksford, Jack
Brookman, Gloria Stevens, Evans Harris, Beverly Bellinger,
'James Brookman, Joan Ward, Mr. Crane, Mr. Earley, Dewey Bennett.
Sect. Esther Perry
The year l9b7-AS, has been one of the most active that the Student Council
has haduin many years. Shortly after the beginning of the school year the council
purchased a new Combination, Radio-Phonograph with Wire Recorder. Several assem-
bly programs have been recorded and when played back caused much astonishment,
some instruction, and a great deal of amusement. The Junior Class production
of WAunt Samanthy' was recorded during rehearsals and played back for advertising
Later in the year an Automatic Record Changer was purchased for use on the
old radio which had been repaired for use by the grades, social dancing and gym
Marianne Rutherford, Audrey Lathers, Beverly Ballinger,
Gloria Stevens, Doris Minch, Roland Minch, Grace Carpenter,
Robert Minch, Richard Becker, Ellsworth Fish, Richard Perry,
Dorothy Polin, Robert Fancher, Esther Perry, Evelyn Gordon,
Anna Herms, Ruth Figner, Lyna Bayes, Beatrice Reynolds,
Carolyn Bobilin, Thelma Talmadge, Mr. Barley.
Robert Steiger, George Fancher, William Bayes, James Brookman,
John Hensel, Betty Wemple, John Tylutki Jr., Helen Carpenter.
President .......... Esther Perry
Secretary ....... Grace Carpenter
Treasurer. ....... Robert Fancher
First Row--Diane Davis, Lyna Bayes, Evelyn Knapp, Eleanor Corey, Mary
Rutherford, Arlene Yoder, Ellsworth Fish.
Second Row-Betty Wemple, Margaret Staley, Mildred Mars, Rhoda Corey,
Miss Alton, Carolyn Bobilin, Betty Hughes, Anna Herms.
Third Row--Joan Ward, Lillian Davis, Sue Richey, Joyce James, Evelyn
Gorden, Grace Carpenter, Helen Carpenter, Beatrice Reynolds,
Clara Johnson, George Fancher, Dorothy Polin, John Hensel.
President... .....Rhoda Corey
Secretary... ......Mildred Mars
Treasurer... ....Carolyn Bobilin
The cooking club of Fultonville High School was organized in October of
the 191-I-'7-H8 school year. The club held its first meeting and elected Miss
Elaine Alton as their adviser and also elected their other club officers.
The club began its activities by giving demonstrations on how to make
candy, angel food cake and fancy sandwiches.
They discussed the subject UHow to make well balanced-mealsn and how to
start a hot soup program. They are now making a scrapbook of recipes. They
also took part in the Athletic Association Carnival. The members appreciate
very much the time and work given them by their adviser.
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Left to Right--Betty Wemple, Dorothy Polin, George Fancher, Clara Johnson,
Jeannette Goscinski, Harold Fitzdam, Robert Stewart, John
Hensel, Beatrice Reynolds, William Zacharkiw, Anna Raozynaki,
Evelyn Knapp, Richard Becker, Mr. Crane.
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Treaaurer...... ...James Brookman Jr.
Victor Swenson, Coach
Art Friers Ken Carpenter
First Row--Bob Hayes, Evans Harris, Bob Stewart, , ,
Walt Windecker, Glenn Gill.
Second Row-Howie Moyer, Ken Olmstead, Dewey Bennett, Don Peeler, John Tylutki,
Bill Forrester, Coach Swenson.
First Row--Bob Hayes, Evans Harris, Bob Stewart, Art Friers, Walt Windeoker,
Glenn Gill, Ken Carpenter.
Second Row-Wilson Hitchcock, Bill Henry, Bob Fancher, Bill Gill, Larry Larson
Gary Hammond, Roland Minoh, Henry Mars, Jack Brookman.
Third Row--Manager Bob Burke, Howie Moyer, Ken Olmstead, Dewey Bennett, Don
Peeler, John Tylutki, Bill Forrester, Coach Swenson.
First Row--Ken Carpenter, Art Friers, Bill Forrester, Glenn Gill, Jammy Winne.
Second Row-Manager Jimmy Brookman, Dewey Bennett, Ken Olmstead, Don Peeler,
First Row--Bill Gill, Manager Billy Morford, Walt Windecker.
Second Row-Evans Harris, John Tylutki, Larry Raven, Larry Riceoppo, Roger
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First Row--Glenn Gill, Art Friers, Ken Carpenter, Bob Stewart, Don Peeler,
B111 Forrester, Bill Henry.
Second Rowwwilson Hitchcock, Roland Minch, Walt Windecker, Evans Harris,
Bob Hayes, Henry Mars, Gary Hammond.
Third Row--Coach Swenson, Howie Moyer, Archie Rose, Bob Steiger, Charlie
Rozzelle, Bill Gill.
Mascot ----- George Snyder.
At the time the book goes to press the schedule for the coming sea
not yet been compiled. The prospects for the season do look rather promising
with several of last years men back for another season of sport at F.H.S.
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Marion Henry, Joan Ward, Priscilla Krahmer, Marilyn Vickerson,
Left to Right--Marianne Holden, Doris Minch, JoAnn Philbrook, Joan Ward,
Beverly Bellinger, Marilyn Vickerson.
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