Fort Covington High School - Covtonian Yearbook (Fort Covington, NY)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1952 volume:
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The Senior Class of '52 earnestly hOpSS that 'ff
the fourth volume- of "The Covtonian , will not only
quaint the townspeople with the many aCtiVi'C'i9S Of
school but also, in years to come, will be fog us a
minder of the unforgettable days spent at FCH '
Hilda Bussey ---- - ----- Assistant
Phyllis Brockway ------- Literary
Genevieve Prue -----------------
William Boyle ------- Photography
Eveline Noreault ---- Advertising
May we open with a loving tribute to our
vivaoious little four year old "Lady-1n-wa1t-
ing" who stole the show at our Junior Prom?
Ours, too, were among the hearts she made
As a teacher, a counselor and a friendg Florence
Macartney Hunter served our school for many years.
Under her leadershin, hundreds of students gained
knowledge and experience that they might better them
selves and be of seryice to their fellow men. Of
this true lady who gays' herself so unselfishly to
her difficult tasks, we, the Class of 1952 will
always speak with pride and respect. To her memory
we dedicate our yearbook.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
w lter Bennett Mrs. A. M. Cappie-110, MPS- J-H- Black'
Piilip W. Gorman M.D. President, Alfred Larabya Robert
Regan, Albert Leger
Clerk of the Board - Mrs. Richard Keeler'
TP88SHF6PH-- ---- - - M ' HQPPY J' Weir
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Congratulations to our very capable
bus drivers who day after day, safely
and promptly- transport approximately
one - hundred and fifteen students to
and from the school!
Welcome and many thanks to Mrs. El-
wood Yaddow, our new custodian, who
works so hard to keep the building in
Principal Harry J. Weir
Math. and Science
Aldis Freeman Klndergarten
Rilla Gaffney ----
Blake W. Doney---
Paul J. Edmunds--
Emma Tolosky ----- Homemaking
Pictures Appear with Individual Groups
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These are nine members of the
graduating class as they appeared.
in their 'diaper dsysn. Guess who
they are. Check your answers on
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outlaws when we were "pinched"
FORT CLASS ENJOYS TRIP TO
WASHINGTON, NEW YORK A D ALBANY
'THE SENIOR FLINGH
At 10:30 a. m. April 10th we
seniors of Fort Covington high
school-started on our class trip. ff:
With the band playing, flags fly- '13
ing and the majority of students 5
outside wishing us "1bon voyage" 1 IQ
we lfelt ,very :festive as we board- "'
ed our old reliable school bus. At
Malone we 'finally got all of us
jiplus all our luggage transferredl'
'rio the Trailways. Did we feel like
by the State Troopers outside 'of
Saranac Lake for traveling over-
weight on a posted road! Anoth-
er transfer at :Saranacg a gay,
noisy ride down state, and we
reached Albany about six o'clock.
After struggling with our suit-
cases for 'what seemed miles up
State street hill, we arrived at
our hotel, the Wellington.
The evening was left free for
our own enjoyment.
The next morning we -boarded
a train, chartered for hundreds
of senior students. throughout
New York State. Needless to say,-Q
that trip was fun! Travelingf.
down the west side of the Hnd-Q'
son, we were able to go directlyl
to Washington non-stop. Our
route enabled us to pass through
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, -Dela-"
ware, and Maryland. -After check-
ing in at the Hotel Hamilton ear-
ly Friday evening, we had an op-
portunity to become acquainted
with downtown Washington.
Saturday morning, we went 'to
.lsee the Jefferson Memorial,
'Washington airport, Pentagon
IBuilding, Christ church, George.
Washington 'Malsonic Memorial,
and toured Alexandria, Va., andx
Mount Vernon. In the afternoon
we visited Arlington Cemetery,
arriving in time to 'see the change
of guards at-the "Tomb of the
Unknown Soldier.'1 Next we stop-I
ped at .the Curtis Lee Mansion,
then tookla tour 'of the city, see-
ing the various embassies, gov-
ernment buildings and parks,
Saturday evening, we attended a
dance given for the entire' tour
group in the Hotel Hamilton 'ball-
Those headlines tell the
story! Beginning with our
first class meeting held in
January, l9b9, our big aim
throughout the four years was
our Senior Class Trip. As a
class we used to meet, dream
up, discuss and vote on money
making projects. Cook books,
rummage sales, card parties,
minstrel shows, food sales,
dances, cake walks, suppers,
pie-eating contests, plays---
these are some of the things
we Wcame up withu. The great
success of these activities
stands as proof of the excel-
lent cooperation of every one
of our class members.
But our talents were not
all directed at money-making.
Proudly we point to our class
as a very nversatileu one. We
have students outstanding not
only in school subjects but
in every extracurricular act-
iv1ty.Below is our lastugangu
picture together. Now turn
the page and meet us one by
Sunday morning some of the
,group returned to Arlington
Cemetery to see the impressive
Easter !Sunrise service. Others
attended early Mass at-'St. Mat-
theW's cathedral. Later that
morning we visited Washington
Just as we were leaving that
we were stopped by a motorcycle
guard clearing the highway- for
the president and hisgparty who
were returning from a service at
Jefferson Memorial. Mr. Truman
'passed directly in front of several
of usand gave us a friendly
hand wave. In'the afternoon we
visited the Franciscan Monas-
tery, Zoological Park and the
Washington cathedral. Sunday
night we saw the Lincoln Me-
morial and'a beautiful night View
of the Lincoln statue. From there
we went to the Library of Con-
gress where we saw.the original
Constitution. We then took a
tour around the capital to view
the sbeauty o-f it at night.
, Monday morning wevisited the
Bureau of Engraving, the Pan
American Building and the
Smithsonian Institution. We left
Washington by'train at noon for
New, York City. After checking in
at 'the Taft hotel' that evening,
we.went to the Ringling -Brothers
circus at Madison Square Garden
'lluesday morning we 'went to
Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick's
Cathedral and the 'R,C.A. Build-
ing, where ,we had a guided tour
through the building getting a
behind-the-scenes story- on radio
and television., It is doubted if
the 'boys saw'much of it as they
were very busy watching our cute
little -blond guide, Joanie. In the
afternoon 'we Went on a bus tour
of upper and lower New York.
We saw Chinatown, the Bowery,
the United Nations Building, vis-
ited. the 'Cathedral of St. John
the Divine, and Grant's Tomb.
Tuesday night .we saw the tele-'
vised broadcast 'of Ted Mack's
original Amateur Hour.
Wednesday morning we went
by, boat to the Statue of Liberty.
The-afternoon was 'freeg some of
us 'went shopping and some 'went
to Coney Island. That evening we
went to Radio' City Music Hall
where We saw "Singing in the
Rain," the Rockettes, and the
stirring Easter Show.
Weleft 'for Albany by train at
1:30 Thursday morning and ar--
rived at 5:00 a. my--where we
changed' to a bus and arrived in
Ft. -Covington at 12:30.
.L y . 1-:,.,aBt5l'niY3.itL
Thotography Manager H
Class President 1, 23 N Open House H 3, L3
Christmas Pageant Lg French Club 23 Cheer-
leader 1,2,3,Lg Softball 1,3,Lg Senior Play
My-Literary Editor Yearbook L
Vice President 4 Secretary lg News Reporter
33 Music Award lg Girls' Trio l,2,3,4g Band
1,2,3,4g Trumpet Quartet 3,43 Glee Club 1,2
3,45 President, Band Club 4 Wvalentine Var-
ietiesn 4 Librarian Assistant 3,43 Softball
4g Homemaking Club 4g Senior Play 43 Asst.
Editor Yearbook 4
American Legion Empire Boys' State 33 Fresh
man Award 15 Sophomore Award 25 Junior Award
35 Eand 1,2,3,Qg Dance Band lg NYSSMA All
State Band 1,2,3,uQ Vice-President Band C11
Hvalentine Varietiesn Lg Easeball 1,2,3,
Lg Hockey 2,3,uj Senior Play Mg Yearboc
Glee Club 1,2 Baton Twirling 2 Softball 3,4
Hilda Buss J
Glee Club l,2,M, Christmas Fageant M, Cheer-
leader l,2, Softball l,H,' Homemaking Club
M, HValentine Varietiesu H, Senior Play M,
Literary Editor Yearbook M
President 3, News Regorter l, Cheerleader 2,
3,M, HOpen Housen 3, , Glee Club l, Band l,
2 3, French Club 2, Softball 3,M, Homemaking
Club M, Senior Play M, HValentine Varietiesn
M, Yearbook Typist M-
Glee Club l,Z,3, Baton Twir1er'h, Softball,
l,b, N0pen Housen M, uVa1entine Varietiesnb
Home Making Club 3,U, Yearbook typiet U.
Treasurer 1, Secretary 3,Cheer1eader 2,3,h
Glee Club 1, French Club 2, Home Making M,
Softball l,3,h, nOpen Housen 3,h, Valenti-
ne Varieties, Senior Play L, Yearbook typ-
Lorraine Dupra 11
Football 3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Softball
2,3,M, Volley Ball 1, FFA President 4, FFA
Vice - President 3, Tractor Maintenance 3,
'Open - House' 4, Senior Play 4, Yearbook
News Reporter 2, M, Baseball l,2,3,4, Hockey
l,2,3,4, Volley Ball 1, Senior Play 4
Band l,2,3,hg Glee Club 1,2,3g Baton Twirler
25 Softball 35 Homemaking Club 3
Secretary by Vice-President 25 Football 3,45
Basketball l,2,3,43 Baseball l,2,3,hg Soft-
ball 2,3,bg Volleyball lg Senior Play U
12 Francis Latulipe
Dorous Cushman Memorial Award 33 Band l,2,3,4
NYSSMA My Glee Club l,2,Mg Christmas Pageant
1 WValent1ne Varietiesn 4 Softball 3,4 French
Club 23 Hopenoaousew wg Homemaking Club 3,4
Treasurer M, Glee Club l,2,3,H, Band 4, Ba-
ton Twirling 2 UValentine Varietiesn H, Soft
ball 3,4, French Club 2, Home Making Club 3,
Yearbook Typist H
Joyce Mayville f as
Treasurer 33 Secretary lg Grace Lockwood Mus-
ical Award 33 Band l,2,3,Ug qTrump6U Trio 35
Glee Club l,2,3,bg WOpen Houseu 3,43 Christ-
mas Pageant Mg Senior Play Mg Wvalentine Var-
ietiesn Mg Advertising Manager, Yearbook U
I Eveline Noreault
President 4s Vice-President 33 UValent1ne
Varietiesn bg Softball 3,bg French Club 23
nOpen Housen 3,hg Homemaking Club bg Senior
I Play M3 Yearbook Editor b A
Genevieve Prue 13
J I Seniors
Yearbook Typist H
Vice-President lg Secretary 23 Cheerleader l
2,3,U3 Softball 3,45 French Club 25 nOpen
Housen 3,bg Christmas Pageant Mg Uvalentine
Xarietieeu M3 Senior Play by Yearbook Typist
. B111 Boyle
9. Lorraine Dupra
J Glee Club l,2,3,M Baton Twirling 2, Soft
ball 3,H, French Club 2, Home Making Club 3
Treasurer 2 Baseball l,2,3,Ug FFAMMQ Tre tor
Maintenance l,2,3,Mg Senior Play
Jeanne and Joyce
UTHE WACKY W
9,9 Mrs. Winlfred Woofus ---
Mrs. Malcolm --
Vera LaVere ---
Mr. Richards --
Ruth Malcolm --
Bill Friday ---
Cissie Watt ---
Mrs. Brown ----
Mrs. Montgomery --------
-- Peggy Cook
-- Genevieve Prue
-- Lorraine Dupra
---- Joyce Dow
--- William Boyle
---- Robert Grant
---- Hilda Bussey
- Kathleen Smiddy
N0vvMlH'oN"" M,-5.50-own, SHN.: Pre-t.,.J, PHASE.
hz was may Third husband FTS A Plznsuni
Lights out!! Ka pole knocked down on the Malone
Road! --- strains of soft music by Joe Galipari
CHe didn't show upl' --- the setting of a luxurious
Carribean Cruiser C No paper decorations may be
used! ---- this was the start of our Junior Prom.
But everything turned out exceptionally well, and
the evening was climaxed with the crowning of the
king and queen. Escorted to their WThronesn by
Linda Doney and Bruce Dupra, Teresa Ghostlaw and
Leo Latulipe were proclaimed the ruling sovereigns
C LASSTATISTIC s 7
CLASS COLORS---Green and Silver
JLASS FLOWER---Lily of the Valley
MOTTO-- Finis Coronat Opus
uThe End Crowns The norku
Salutatorian ---- Charles Smith
Third Honors ---- Shirley Manson
1952 1951 1950 1949
President--L--- Prue Dow P. Brockway Brockway
Vice President- Bussey Prue F. Latulipe Smiddy
Secretary ------- Latulipe Dupra K. Smiddy Noreault
Treasurer ------ Mayville Noreault C. Smith Dupra
News Reporter--- Grant Bussey R. Grant Dow
NAME NICK NAME SONG
William Boyle Bill Anything by Ralph Flanagan's Orchestr
Phyllis Brockway Phyl Stardust
Harriet Brown Suzie I Can't Help It
Hilda Bussey Red Cry.
Peggy Cooke Boobie Little white Jloud
Joyce Dow Ding Dong Billy Boy
Eunice Dumas Ninnie I Get Ideas
Lorraine Dupra Lorry Because Of You
Wayne Ghostlaw Lou Always Late
Robert Grant Bob Beer Barrel Polka
Carolyn Howard Baby Jean Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way
Frank Latulipe Frankie You Told A Lie
Shirley Manson Rosa Undecided Now
Joyce Mayville Josie More, More, More
Eveline Noreault Evey C'est Ci Bon
These Things I Offer You For A Lifetime
Tell Me Why
These Foolish Things
Nho Shot Willy On His Wedding Day
Most Likely To Succeed
Did Most For Class
I Don't Know
Not So Much So
I Ain't Got None
Let's Go Bobby
I Don't Like Her
How Do I Know
Mama Mia '
I Didn't Do It
I'll Ask Ma
It's A Riot
Oh, Tell Me
Ow, Come On
I Don't Know
In a Crowd
Dick L Lou's
Class of 52'
Peggy Cooke Frank Latulipe
Joyce Mayville Charles Smith
Shirley Manson William Boyle
Genevieve Prue Robert Grant
Peggy Cooke Frank Latulipe
El. Engineer Food in General
Earn Dough Hot Dogs
Eating Soup ,
Secretary Pineapple Cookies
Teacher I Dill Pickles
Air Force Chocolate Ice Cream
Undecided Cherry Pie
Tel. Operator Spaghetti
Teacher Grilled Cheese
Class of 1953
Row 12 D. Bashaw, J. Yeddo, B. Grady, G. Mainville
M. Jock, C. Benane, J. Brockway, J. Browne,
M. Bailey, M. Rouselle
how 2: B. Smith, R. Regan, D. Gorman, R. Derochie,
R. Boyle, J. Black, H. Foisy, D. Bailey
In our freshman year the class officers were elect-
ed as follows: Pres. R. Regan, Sec. H. Busseyg Treas. R.
Boyle, News Reporter B. Grady. Three of our members, R.
Fullum, E. Campbell, and H. Brown left our class. We
held two dances and a card party,- all great successes
largely because of the help of our advisor, Mrs. Lucas.
Our sophomore class officers were as follows: Pres.
R. Regan, Sec. J. Black, Treas. R. Boyleg News Reporter,
H. Foisy. This year Mrs. Tolosky took over as advisor
in Mrs. Lucas' place. We held two dances in our sopho-
more year and one member, E. Latreille, left us.
The class officers of our Junior year were elected
as follows! Pres. D. Bashawg Vice-Pres. H. Foisyg Sec.
M. Rouselleg Treas. R. Boyleg News Reporter, R. Regan.
We staged a highly successful magazine selling campaign.
We had two food sales and held several fudge sales and a
ham supper. Most of the Juniors received class rings and
were well pleased with them. All the Juniors are looking
forward to our Junior Prom which will be held after Com-
Class o 1954
Row 1: . Robert, G. Ghostlaw, N. LHPS-E59
new 2: 1. Johnston, P. Laney, J. Bushey, J- Smallman
S. Grant, S. Andrews, S. Peets, P- Smith
Row 3: J. Black, V-. Johnson, J. Mainville R. Thebert
D. Avery, J. Benane, W. Allen J. Robinson, P-
Johnson, J. McElwain, M. Mainville
After having the first eighth grade graduation in a
long time, as Freshmen we made our way into our first
year of high school work. With the help of our class ad-
visor, Mrs. Freeman, we had a class meeting and elected
officers, as follows: President, June McElwaing Secre -
tary, Shirley Peetsg Treasurer, Donald Avery.
In our Freshman Class there were twenty-one members
until Shirley Andrews decided to move on with the Sopho-
mores. We held two dances which were quite Sugcesgful.
This year, we have nineteen members in our class
Those who left us were Francis Turner and Geraldine La-
Rock, who moved away, and John Rushlow, who quit in his
second year. Francis Tuper thought farm life was bet-
ter. Shirley Andrews, after spending a half year with
the class of 'Eh decided to quit school. But this year
we had. two new members from Canada - Shirley Grant and
he elected class officers as followsgPresident June
McElwaing Secretary, Marilyn Mainvilleg Treasurer Donald
Avery, News Reporter Norman LaPage. q
So far this year we have had a food sale and fre-
quent fudge sales. Our Sophomore Jubilee, held in April
was a huge success both socially and financially.
We feel we have had much success in past years and
hope to have more in the next two years.
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Row l: C. Barse, J. low,
J. Brockway, B. Barney, L. Robinson.
Row 2: L. Latulipe, M. Noreault, J. Avery, J. Yeddo,
P. Mitchell, I. Benane, A. Sbartrand, J. Dum-
as, P. Bashaw, J. Robinson, J. Rubadeau.
Row 3: J. Martin, B. Tbebert, J. Quenville, B. St.-
Thomas, H. Poulton, A. Bailey, E. McElwain ,
W. Peets, M. Mainville, A. Robert, S. Synder.
At the first class meeting in September, the Freshman Class
elected officers to lead us successfully through the beginning
of our high school career: Pres., J. Martin: V. Pres. L. Latul-
ipeg Sec., P. Bashawg Treas., R. Barney. Our class advisor was
Miss P. O'Neil.
The use of the democratic parliamentary procedure in con-
ducting our meetings allows each student to voice his opinions
and results in a variety of ideas. The class officers regulate
After much debate and consideration, our main project for
1951 was to be a Halloween Dance. Every freshman took part in
decorating , selling tickets , recruiting cider and doughnuts,
selling refreshments and taking tickets. The result was a total
success: Wa happy evening with much profit.W
We secretly planned and organized a Christmas party with
delicious refreshments and a gift for Miss O'Neil. With everyone
so willing to help, the party was a real surprise and great fun.
In October we said farewell to J. MacGibbon who moved to
Brushton. Janice had been a classmate for many years and we miss
her now. .
Individuals of the freshman class are busy making names for
themselves in different fields: W.Peets and E. McElwain in foot-
ball: J. Russell, W. Pests , E. McElwain in hockey: W.Peets and
E. McElwain in varsity basketball and R. Barney, A. Bailey, C.
Barse and W. Bennett in junior varsity basketball. There are
members of our class in the glee club, band, and F.F.A.
At the end of the first semester , Miss O'Neil left us and
was replaced by Mr. P. Edmunds who helped us sponsor our Fresh
man Play, NSound Your Hornn, successfully.
In our last class meetings we have made many plans for the
remainder of the year which we hope will make our class of 1955
Hone of the bestn at Fort Covington High Sehoel.
NMaks me a child againu might very well be the wish of any
visitor looking in on the gay kindergarten crowd. With seven-
teen youngsters registered, this instruction was inaugurated in
our school at the beginning of the second semester.
Intended to teach the pre-school child initiative and co-
operation, classes meet with Mrs. Burton Freeman each afternoon
from one until three. Here they color, count,print, march, sing
take part in group games, have a free activity period during
which they, play with a variety of educational toys, and even
enjoy a lunch together. Graduates of this, the first kinder-
garten class of FCHS, will be as follows: -
Kenneth Arell John LaMay
Keith Benore 1 David Lauzon
Harold Burditt Charles Ledger
David Duncan Dorothy Luke
Carol Elmer John Pollic
Carol Gorman Rita Bubadeau
Dan Grant James Snyder
Darwin LaCombe Kathleen Snyder
Row 1: James Mills, Wayne Garrigan, Janet
Lauzon, Shirley Rafter, Carolyn
Lamioa, Carl Holden
Row 2: Henry Prue, Donald Gardner, Judy
Henault, Roger Lamay, Gary Dupra
Absent: Judith Henault, Gould Hunter, Rob-
F irsf Grade
Koreleen Rouselle, Louise Smiddy, Terry Big-
ness, Peter Bailey, John Ash, Mary Jock
Francis Snyder, Billy Ash, Ruth Barse, Judy
La Page, Wayne La Grave, Linda Lou Elliott
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Bow 1: G. LaPage, R. LeBlanc, W. Martin, R. Bennett
C. Gherette, M. Martin, D. Duncan, R. Leuzon
Bow Z: B. Jock, R. Rubadeau, D. Brockway, P. Lamica
F. LaMay, P. Elmer, B. Ledger, K. Rafter, Ar
Mainville, S. Lemay
Bow 3: J. Boyle, R. Gardner, M. Lauzon, Robt.Ledger
J. Drumm, W. Gardner, J. Baree, C. Benware
D. Smith, L. Viau, K. Smallman
Absent: P. Doney, G. Drumm, R. LaGombe, J. Yeddo, L.
wilkins, L. Burnell MPS- Saumiel'
" Row 1: . Rushlow, G. Bennett, D. Holden, L. Bashaw
B. Bubadeau, P. Jock, R. Lamica, J. Lauzon
Row 2: S. lhomas, W. Martin, G.Col1ette, S.Deroch1e
J. Savage, L. LaPage, S. Robinson, M. Lauzon
R. Dumas, L. Jock, T. Sperry, M. Benane
ROW 3: J. Duncan, H. Benane, L. McE1wa1n, O. Luke
B. LaMay, R. Dow, G. LeBlanc, C. Smillie, H.
Sperry, E. Jock
Absent: S. Gorman, B. Grant, G. Smiddy, E. LaFave
L. Jock, L. Shatlaw
Absent: J. Stevens, A. Smillie,
F iHh Grade
Iiichell, R. Lepage, J. Russell, L. Martin
Leroux, R. Rafter, D. Boyle, E. Lamay
Martin, J. Gardner, L.Kettell, L. Rubadeau
LaPage, P. Gardner, S. LaGrave, I. Bashaw
Lemay, P. Dow
Jock, F. Richards, E. lapage, Paul Drumm
Drumm, D. Lamica, D. Bowen, R. Bowen, M.
Row l: W. Armstrong, I. Eldred, A. B nan B Tqeb rt
Row 2: P. Elmer, D. Eldred, R. Yedco, L Brockway, G
Peets, S. LeBlanc, B. Prue, P Raft r, F Lemay
Row 3: M. Fullum, R.Stevens, H. Leger, N Cartier, M
Rushlaw, E. Lamay, E. Benware, S Ashram
Row l: D. Lemay, L. Ledger, C. Rubadeau, P. Grady,
J. Robinson, A. Smith.
now 2: M. Barse, C. Kettell, J. Wilkins, K. Main-
ville, A. Dumas, L. Eldred, M. Yeddo, M.Sh-
atlaw, E. Ghostlew, M. Ashman.
Row 3: R. Bsrse, C. Black, C. Perry, Don. Mitch -
ell, C. Yaddow, C. Ash.
Shanlaw, ii. Rafter, H. McPherson, B.Andrews
Almona, B. McElwain, H. Mayville, J. Fadden
Benane, E. Lucas, A. Burditt, S. Mainville
Tolman, E. Eldred, A. McE1wain, V. Ghostlaw
Brockway, D. Dupra
Dumas, P.Robert, J. Beaudette, M. Shartrand
Johnston R. Dumers, B. Robinson, H. Grant
Lamica, D. Rubadeau, R. Burditt, W. Tuper
Gratton R. Cartier, S. Bushey, 3. Dupra
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J. McElwain, J. Black, W. Boyle, T. Mayhew, D. Boyle
On opposite page reading from bottom to top: mf' Sciaffino
Row l: E. Dumas, P. Johnson, J. Savage, S. Manson, J. Quenville,
Row 2: M. Bailey, E. Noreault, J. Mayville, J. Dumas, J. Browne, A.
Snartrand, H. Bussey, L. Latulipe
Row 3. A. Robert, J. Smallman, J. McElwain, P. LaMay, J. Busney, D.
Basnaw, J. Rubadeau, J. Yeddo
Row 4: M. Mainville, B. Grady, R. Derocnie, R. Thebert, C. Barse, W.
Boyle, R. Boyle, J. Black, D. Avery
Row 5: J. Benane, E. Eldred, S. Asnman, A. Dumas, J. Dumas, L. W7
dred, E. Lamay, J. Wilkins, K. Mainville, S. Mainville
Row 6: A. MpElwain, C. Yaddow, S. Busney, I. Benane, B. Lamay, P.
Smith, E. Dumas, E. Lucas, A. Burditt .
Row 7: W. Armstrong, D. Eldred, E. Yeddo, .E-H211 Glwfiif, 30511 Russell
Row 8: P. Dow, J. Gardner, E. LaMay, M. Yeddo, P. Gardner, B. Jock,
I. Bashaw, M. Martin
Row 9: M. Asnman, J. Wilson, J.LaPage, E. Lucas, S. Busney, R. Barse
E. Ghostlaw, M. Shatlaw, L. Dumas
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J. Martin, J. Mainv1lle,P. Grady, L. Latulipe, B. Jock, H.
Dumas, John Russell
J. Russell, H. McPherson,B.Thebert, A. Manson, H. Mayville
S. Bushey, J. Quenvllle, J. Fadden, B. McElwa1n
L. Dumas, A. Ba1ley,K. Mainville, J.,Wilkins, C. Dumas, S-
Mainville, E. Lucas, Mathilda Yeddo, Mary Yeddo, B. Dupra
D. Gorman, Tom Mayhew, S. Manson, DOHFQJ-5 BOYJ-6, D- Bash-HW
P. Johnson, B. Grady, M.Jock, M. Noreault, J. McElwain, C.
Howard, H. Bussey, A. Shartrand, J. Xeddo
- D. Avery, J. Black, B. Smith, R. Thebert, R. Derouchie, J.
Smallman, C. Barse, E. Noreault, W. Boyle, R. Howard, R.
HANSEL AND GRETEL
J. Wilkins, M. Jock, E. Shatlaw, D. Boyle
D. Bashaw, C. Robert, J. McElwain, B. Dupra
mpanist: J. McE1wain
rown, J. Black, J. Yeddo, H. BusseV
CAFE El? A
with the addition of gay-colored formica - topped tables and
matching chrome - trimmed chairs, our cafeteria has taken on a Hnew
lookn this year. Each month a faculty member has charge of dec-
orating the cafeteria in a theme consistent with the Iseason. Add
to this background a program of popular recorded music, arranged by
Dick Boyle, and you have an ideal setting for enjoying the noon-day
What's on the menu? Meat loaf, creamed potatoes, spinach,
home-baked bread and butter, freshly made cake and milk---this is a
typical meal at the rock-bottom price of fifteen cents. And it's
the job of our Ucafeteria ladiesu to turn this out on time daily
for one-hundred forty to one-hundred sixty-five hungry customers.
who are these wonder workers? Mrs. Elmer Santamoor who heads
the project and has behind her nine years of hard-earned experience
at itg Mrs. Emma McElwain with three and a half years to her cred-
itg and Miss Gertrude McElwain who has worked here steadily for
three years, following four years of substitute work. These ladies
are, indeed, a vital part of our school. May we sincerely congrat-
ulate them for their excellent work?
Row 1: S. Manson, Mrs. Tolosky, H, Bugsey
Row 2: J. Dow, E. Dumas, G. Prue, L. Dupra
nane, W. Peets, C. Robert
J. Brockway, R. Barney, D.Bailey, N. Lapage,
2: R. St.Thomas, E. McE1wain, C. Almond, J. Be-
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P. Brockway, S. Peets, K. Smiddy, L. Dupra, C. Benane, J Dow
- i r r Manager Gerald Ghostlaw, Clayton
Almond, Bruce Smith, David Gorman, Robert
Derochie, Bill Peets
Jim Mainville, Dan Bailey, Mgr. Bob Grant
. Willard Dupra, Errol McElwain, Joe Premo,
Coach Blake Doney
Francis Bashaw, Harry Poulton
Gnostlaw, Joe Premo
Row l: Bob Grant, Bill Boyle, John Benane, Joe Premo,
Errol McElwain, Tom Mayhew, Hector Foisy,Bruce
Smith, David Gorman, Bob Derochie
Row 2: Coach Blake Doney,Clarence Robert,Jim Russell,
Wayne Allen, Ronald Barney, Bill Peets
'Absent: John Robinson
--- lst Base
--- 2nd Base
--- 3rd Base
- Short Stop
- Left Field
- Left Field
--- 3rd Base
--- lst Base
In hockey, our record
speaks for itself: ------ -
lexandria 4 3
Potsdam 8 4
Saranac 3 5
Watertown 3 1
If as s ena 0 6
rrwood-Norfork 2 2
D You've seen us as We are and as'we used to be. Now look ahead
and see us ten years from now. Here s how we picture ourselves in
Bill Boyle ---------
Peggy Cooke ----
Joyce Dow ------
Bob Grant ------
----Married to Stanley and has 6 little Gl's.
A second Einstein. He now works night and day
in his isolated laboratory perfecting the B-
Regan K Regan now rival Mill M Mills.
Successful teacher in Genoa, where her husband
is now rinci al
P P -
----Latest newspapers carry the announcement of her
Second Tugboat Annie with Silly as her anchor.
----Married to Bobby and has A little Wgreese mon-
----Now a very successful Medical Secretary in the
Alice Hyde Hospital.
----New Manager of the Cleveland Indians replacing
Lou BOU.d1'68l1 .
----He and John Benane are partners in the Atlantic
----Vice-President of the Farmers National Bank in
----Sole owner of the Peanut Plantation on the
----Has replaced Mrs. Tolosky as Homemaking teacher
----Now her uncle's biggest rival since she has es-
tablished her own auction stable.
Eveline Noreault---Having just returned from Germany, she and
Lawrence and the little ones have settled down
----Married to Bert and is a successful farmer's
----Secretary in Massena and a very loving wife to
a former GI.
----Now director of primary education at Potsdam
State Teacher's College.
----Owner of a large strawberry farm, and sing-
ing Saturday nights over WICY. 9
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We, the Senior Class of 1952,
Franklin, being of sound mind and
as our Last Will and Testament.
We wish to express our sincere thanks to the
advertizers whose announcements appear in the fol-
lowing pages. Without their excellent cooperation
our year book would have been an impossibility.
leaves his talkativeness to Norman La-
leaves Bob Regan to Janice Smallman.
gives her loud boisterous ways to June
leaves her talent in music to Phyllis
wills her nice quiet retiring disposi-
tion and cool temper to Marilyn Rou-
wills her ability to always bring her
cafeteria money to Errol McElwain.
donates her seat in American history
to Billy Peets.
leaves her teasing ability to Marilyn
leaves his nickname 'LouW to Hector
begueaths his great ability to get the
girls to do all his news reporting
work to his successor in the class of
wills her fountain pen, pencils and
ruler to David Gorman.
leaves her. chemistry manual for the
use of all future science students.
leaves her ability, as class treasurer
to rake the old money in to the Class
bequeaths her sentimental
leaves her Wgigglen to June McElwain.
leaves her ability to write letters
and to make long-distance phone calls
to Agnes Shartrand.
leaves her love for health topics to
bequeaths his ability to get along
with Mr. Doney to Harry Poulton.
just leaves 'you poor girls'. gsm
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town of Fort Covington, county of
memory, do make and publish this
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Comercial Printing '
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NEW CLUB RESTAURANT
We Specialize In Compliments
Turkey Ham Chicken
CLASS OF '55
21 E. Main St. Malonep
C0mp11mentg BOYEA BROTHERS MILL Best Wishes
of Custom Sawing 170 the
Clarence E111o1:1: Lumber I Benin' 01'-We
Building Supplies '
and son Leroy , I SUPESINVILQERQET
1 Tel. 214261 Malone 1 I
I Fort Covington, N.Y
Ambulance Monuments ' C0mP11m9nt3
Compliments ' l of
of NATIONAL ARMY STORE
FUNERAL HOME CORP-
Ft. COV. 3809 Bombay
- 71 East Main Street
Malone, New York
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Compliments fm-Safran -,v: V.g. ,l?lw,AW,
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JOHNS CHEVROLET CO- sm. LAWRENCE VALLEY
FARQUHAR'S HARDWARE Massena, N.Y. FOOTWEAR CO.
Shop at SEARS and Save
Ma1one's Largest Department Store
Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Money Backu
55 East Main St. Phone 4O
. Compliments DONALDSON FUNERAL HOME
Best Wishes '
of Vernon J. Donaldson
from Lic. Mgr.
CLASS OF '53 Ford Sales and Service Ambulance Service
Geo. Smillie, prop. Phone 84 Massena
Compliments Congratulations - Compliments
of from of
COSGROVE'S HOTEL CITY MARKET
KEELER E DUMAS '
Bombay, N.Y. Joe Mainville
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General Electric I . Home Appliances
Super - Servzce
United Motors y . Automotive
121 - 127 E. MAIN ST. MALONE, N. Y.
34 Years' Sales A Service Experience in Northern New York
Representing Nationally Known Companies
T, Compliments IgiQjZompl1ments
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!Q!:4 Department Stores, Inc.
Fort Covington , New Yort N.Y.
We Give' Compliments figiiigyl
S8cH Green Stamps
Of ,,n, E ?TER
THE HYDE DRUG-CO. BERNARD FLEUR 'H
Briggs Street Corners
Westville, N. Y.
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FORT GOVINGTON PHARMACY
Otto A. Kohout
Malone Phone 130
CANADA DRY BOTTLING GOMPANY
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Compliments Best Wishes
MILLS AND MILLS
Fort Covington '?fA
A Ft. Covington PTIOHG 6'-W-P3' Compliments I
Compliments of C0H1P11men'55
Of JEWELRY STORE of
KENNETH w. STEWART 1 west Main St. SPRAGUE'S CABIN? w
Malone, N.Y. '
Supervisor um Phone 1308 gg'
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ESSO SERVICE STATION
NORMAN STOWELL To Be 51-We
mfg? Buy Westinghouse
Fancy Groceries FRANK CROWLEY .
General Merchandise .
mm Bombay, N.Y. V,
Bombay New York ROBERT B. REGAN, atty. 'RIRRR N'
P. W. Gorman, M.D.
west, Main sn. 9 594 Compliments
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Malone, N.Y. E f ' ' f - of
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Phone 777 FRANK E. BAILEY as soN
PWC' ' 7 WILSON'S LUMBER co. '
J. T. Faubert, owner ' 20 Main St-
FAUBERT BU1 CK SALES i Massena, N .Y .
HOMESTEAD DAIRIES INC.
I Homelite Chainsaws
I.H. Farm Machinery Compliments of
Refrigeration of G. L. F.
H. B. PARKS CLASS OF '5u Fert111zergSZgSupp11es
Malone Phone 772 Bomba 6786
Compliments ADIRCNDACK BUSINESS MACHINES
of Complete Line of Office Equipment I I
SCHRAMM'S HOTEL I f'
A Sales Phone 58M Service
g 86 College Ave. G, H Roser Ma2Pnev N'Y'
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' HARVEY BELL
PATTEWS Locksmith ec Gunsmith of
'One Stop Service' 8 Amsden St
' Foam COVINGTON
Malone, N.Y- DAIRY PRODUCTS
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Sinoere Best Wishes
F STONE E DESNOYERS
F. G. Ronan, M.D.
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Compliments Sunoco f'Texaco ' Compliments
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of CHARLUEMIHAYHEW of
KRIFF'S Service Station UPSTATE MEMORIAL CO.
FURNITURE STORE Garage Malone, N.Y.
Malone, N. Y. Welding Phone 339A C. E. Harwood, prop.
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at qw ' General Hardware
Ray Smiddy A Friend
Main St. Massena
F. L. CROSS
General Merchandise BROCKWAY'S I.G.A. STORE
Bombay Fort Covington, N.Y.
New York Phone 6272
Salmon River 1418
KARMELKORN SHOP 532 E
Compliments I Compliments 25
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The most complete
in the North Country
FO W. Main St. Malone
RUSSELL'S BEAUTY SHOP
THE PALACE THEATER
Balsrs and Harvesters
Tractors and Equipment
SPENCER FARM SUPPLY
PHILIP'S M MORIAL HOME
Scientific Watch Repair
Compliments BEST WISHES
of To the Senior Class
6 North Main sn.
A Massena, N.Y.-
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NORTHERN SUPPLY CO. Up-tgiDate
. ' Ladies' Apparel
Feed Coal visit
Calso Wet Fuels VOGUE SHOP
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THE FRANKLIN DINER
Auctioneer Fine Furniture
Malone, N-Y- Armstrong ' Queior
Malone Phone 152 24 Hour Service
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ELDREDGE e MASON INC from and
sinee 1896 THE PINES INN Keep Sweet
A Good Place
To Do Business
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COAL AND GROCERY
INTERSTATE LOAN GORP.
109 East Main St.
Over Hyde's Drug Store
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