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CNE night I had a dream. In the dream I was drifting beyond the earth, way up in the heavens. Finally
l saw a sign-"Residence of the Good Father Time." With sudden realization, I decided this was where I
wanted to go. I timidly went to the door and knocked. Almost at once a white-haired old gentleman with
a long, long beard came to the door.
"Father Time?" I asked.
"Yes, m girl. What can I do for you'?" he replied.
"I have been assigned to write the History of Malone for our T952 Yearbook. I need some help," I
managed to stammer.
"Come right in and have a seat, little lady. I'm going to help you."
Gratefully I found m self a chair on a nice, comfortable cloud and settled down to listen.
"Now let me see: About one hundred and fifty years ago, Enos, John and Nathan Wood came from
Vermont and settled within the boundaries of Malone. These persons were the first settlers. Soon others
followed. Most of our early stock came here from Vermont and were, therefore, mostly of Puritan beliefs--
living simply and working hard. It wasn't until much later in T838 that many French people came to live in
those parts. The'Papineau Rebellion at that time drove them from Canada. They came iust as the early
Englishmen had come, lacking provisions and money."
"Yes, but why did they call our town Malone'?" I asked.
"It's this way. Malone Village was first called the "Center". Although there are many theories attached
to this phase of the history, it has been confirmed that the name came from Edmond Malone, an Irish-
Shalcespearean scholar. The name Malone dates back approximately to I8l2. "
Probably no town of Malone was ever intended. A man by the name of Macomb bought all of the land in
this part of the state. Macomb made his great purchase of about four million acres at around eight cents an
acre. A man by the name of Constable had also made some investments. In T792 a failure of the stock market
caused both Macomb and Constable to lose money. Constable went to Europe to sell his interest, but Macomb'
sold most of his at a great loss. E
"Richard Harison, the nominal founder of Malone, was born in New York City in 1747. He entered
King's College, now Columbia University, when he was thirteen years old. Harison and John Jay, later
first chief iustice of the Supreme Court, were the only members of their class. Harison was later a law
partner to Alexander Hamilton. Mr. Harison's law practice brought him both distinction and wealth.
Therefore, he was able to invest in the township of Malone. Here he built a manor surrounded by a beauti-
ful garden on upper Webster Street. Mr. Harison originally planned and laid out the village of Malone.
It was to be located entirely on the west side of the river. Main Street and Webster Street were to be the
principal streets. On top of all this Harison also donated a plot of land, containing four acres, for a
public school and a lot for the construction of the Congregational Church on Webster Street. Richard
Harison sure was some guy, wasn't he?"
"He certainly was. Wouldn't he be surprised to see Malone today?"
"The entire region has changed. In his day your beautiful Adirondack Mountains were known as the
Peruvian Mountains. Early French explorers had called them thus since they were supposed to have mineral
deposits of a vast nature.
"Let me tell you how people lived in those days. Although most of the early settlers were farmers, there
were such industries as a tannery and a distillery. The people were poor, but a spirit of helpfulness pre-
dominated throughout the community. Anslem Lincoln once told me about this instance. A road badly
needed repairs. All the foremost men of the village celebrated the 4th of July by turning out to fix it. My
friend, William Wheeler, wrote an account of early life in Malone. In it he places Ashbel Parmelee at the
head of the "foremost files" of the pioneers. Rev. Parmelee was Malone's first minister. Although he held
severe religious standards and wasn't overly tolerant, he impressed all who knew him as being entirely honest
and sincere. With him politics and religion were interchangeable terms. He once told Mr. Wheeler that on
the day of election, he went directly from his morning devotions to the polls. He prayed for good government
and did his best to secure it b voting for it. Ashbel Parmelee's name will always be inseparably linked with
that of Malone. ln summer's heat and winter's cold, he carried the gospel to the remotest cabins. That's
some task considering the cold, cold winters you have in Malone.
"The winter's weather is sort of cold in the north country,"l agreed, thinking of all my woolens at home.
"To get back to my story: Life was not all work with no play even then. The red-letter days of the year
were the annual town training day, the first Monday of September, and the general muster of the county
militia. Arsenal Green was the parade ground. On the general muster day the whole county met to watch
the marching and maneuvers.
"There were real holidays for the school children, too. Zenas Heath, one of the first teachers in these
parts, gave his students an annual excursion to the GREAT town of Malone. For this, he enlisted a team and
began at the west end of the district. About two miles of the trip were through dense forests with only a narrow
road upon which to travel. When they reached Malone, they passed over the river on a narrow plank bridge, on
eithrer side of which were placed hewn timbers for guards. To the school children, this was one of the main events
of t e year.
Asa Perry erected the first hotel. Foote's tavern, located where the State Armory now is, was first owned and
operated by Appleton Foote. The people gathered in these places to exchange bits of gossip and news.
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town. The people eagerly turned out to witness this marvel. This took place at the time the stone bridge was
being built. The bridge wasn't far enough advanced to permit the team to cross it so the presidential party walked
over and their team forded a few rods above. At later dates the following personages have visited our fair city:
Martin Van Buren, Grant, Hayes, Harrison, Cleveland, Harding and both of the Roosevelts."
"Gee, is that all Malone ever had to do with the nation as a'whole?" I asked, rather taken aback.
"My poor child, didn't you ever hear of the War of 1812? Malone was a part of that. In the fall of 1813,
Harison House was first occupied by Maior General James Wilkinson, then in command of a large section of the
northern army. In fact the first flag to be captured in a land battle was taken in Franklin County in the battle of
Hogansburg. After the battle at Chrystlers Farm, part of the American troops withdrew to Malone. During the
winter many of his troops died. When the Americans withdrew to eastward, they left a quantity of supplies un-
protected. A visit from the British was expected, so some of the citizens hid the supplies. Soon after this had been
done, the British forces entered Malone by Elm Street. The commanding officer promised not to harm the inhabitants
but a thorough search was made and the supplies were discovered, Malone was iust plain lucky that time."
"I should say so. I guess Malone has always had fairly good fortune," I replied, feeling quite proud.
"No, I wouldn'tsay that. In the early days money was very scarce. After the War of 1812, when the troops
had left, it became increasingly scarce. Farmers had to begin months ahead to prepare for the tax-gather.
"The year of 1816 has gone into history as the year without a summer. There was a frost every month that year,
but the worst was in September. It killed all the cro s. A state of actual famine existed. Teams, sent to Fort
Covington to wait the arrival of a boat loaded with fljour, came back empty. Clark and Weade's store was filled
with men with bags, waiting to fill them with flour. When the boat didn't come, even strong, hardy men cried.
They could bear the hunger but it was hard to see their children starve. Finally the boat came and the suffering
was ended. That was a close shave."
"I agree. Yet when did Malone start to get modern, you know, like it is today?"
"Oh yes, modern. Well, all this time Malone had been making steady progress, never fear. In 18201.
Franklin Telegraph, the first local news was published. This was followed in 1835 by the Palladium and then by the
present concern. T e flrst good road was built by James Lamay de Chaymont and it ran from Black River to Malone.
This was accomplished in the mid-nineteenth century. Electric lights were first introduced in 1904 and come to
think of it, that wasn't so long ago."
The folks up around here even got modern enough to get mixed up in the Civil War and the underground railway.
There were two slaves owned in our county. Gerret Smith, the great abolishionist, offered land to any slaves who
came here to live. However this strife did not last long."
"Thank goodness! Well, I guess I know it from then on. I must be going . "
With a startled jump I woke up without even thanking the kind old gentler l
You know the story from where he left off. Today Malone is a thriving village of about ten thousand. Her
schools are among the finest in the state. Her industries are expanding. She is noted for her friendliness and
hospitality. We of Malone may well look with pride upon our home town.
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lTune: "Old Black Joe",
Come let us sing o song to old F. A.
Where we have spent so many a happy day,
Long may she live in honor and in fame,
And may there always many be to bless her name.
I'm thinking, I'm thinking, when we are far away,
Our thoughts will ever backward turn to old F. A.
So may thou ever loved and honored be,
And when we learn of victories for thee,
Our hearts shall cleave in tender pride and say
Long wave the colors, green and white, of old F. A
When years have flown and we have left these halls,
And pleasant scenes our memory recalls,
Still may she grow with every passing year
To every heart, where'er it be, yet more dear.
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To The Seniors--Class of 1952, Franklin Academy
YOUR four years of high school work have come to an end. Each graduate
will travel his separate way, each seeking success and happiness.
ln a large sense, your ability to live happily will depend on how well
you can adjust yourself to disappointment. Disappointment can become an
obstacle--but then an obstacle is an opportunity to prove your personal re-
sources and perseverance. Generally, you can have or attain what you
want, providing you want it badly enough.
B0 m' offfafucazizbn
Fust Row: William Howard, Mrs. S, C. Coleman, Alfred Brooks, Ralph Cardinal, Frederic Mason: Second Row:
Paul Cantwell, Francis Lawler, Donald Dunnan. Daniel Beaman, Claude Clark, George Gingas.
WE, the i952 graduating class, wish to extend our sincere thanks to the Board of
Education. You have unselfishly devoted much time for the betterment of our
school facilities. The augmentation of a guidance director has greatly aided us
seniors in choosing our vocations, and in learning more about them. Additions to
the faculty enable each teacher to spend more time with individual students. The
health and safety program, which was newly established this year, is helping the
freshmen understand these subjects. The new parking lot is a much appreciated
improvement. The usual confusion of loading buses has disappeared since its suc-
cessful installation. We also enjoy the new movie machine and screen. To you,
the Board of Education, we give our sincere thanks for these additions to our cur-
DR. DONALD W. DUNNAN
Superintendent of Schools
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FLORENCE KE LLY
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KATHRYN CuRTiN HAR'-IE SMITH
GE RTRUDE SAWYER
Supervisor of Art
M. MONICA LANCTO CHAR'-E5 PERKINS
English Auto Mechanics
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Director of Guidance History Chemistry
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JAMES COFFIN C
MARTHA ROBINSON '
Social Studies I
Driver Training E"'9l'5l"
MARY ENGLISH GERALD DOUGLASS LUCILE DAVIS
English Algebra General Science
KENNETH CHAPMAN M. TERESA OWENS I I
Physical Education French
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FLOYD SPENCER JOHN DUQUETTE, HERMAN STONE,
Varsity basketball, baseball,
Bowling Club, Bachelors Club,
Tennis Club, Epsilon, vice-
president of senior class, vice-
president of Varsity Club,
secretory of sophomore class,
candidate for King of Epsilon.
Epsilon, Nature Study Club,
Music Club, Reader's Club,
Current Events Club, alternate
to Student Council, alternate
to Junior Red Cross.
Intramural volleyball, softball,
basketball, volleyball sectional
Kappa, Epsilon, Square Dance
Club, treasurer of senior class,
representative to Student Coun-
cil, drum maiorette, maiorette,
captain of Brown, candidate for
queen of Epsilon.
Chorus, badminton, intramural
basketball, volleyball, softball,
dancing, ballerina for Epsilon,
Commercial Efficiency Club,
Current Events Club, Co-ed
Club, "Student" Newspaper,
"Student" Magazine, "Student"
Yearbook, Square Dance Club.
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Varsity cheerleading, intra-
mural basketball, volleyball,
softball, ping pong, badminton,
Epsilon, Phi Sigma, Civil
Service Club, Commercial
Efficiency Club, Co-ed Club,
Square Dance Club, Current
Events Club, Bowling Club,
Country Club, "Student" Maga-
zine, captain of Rochester.
"Student" Yearbook, choir,
chorus, Bowling Club, Needle-
work Club, "Student" Business
Club, "Student" Magazine Art
Staff, Music Club, Phi Sigma,
editor of "Student" Newspaper,
reporter for junior class, reporter
for Phi Sigma, reporter for choir.
Patrol System, Slide-Rule
Club, Current Events Club.
BEVERLY D. BOUVIER
JOHN P. Bouvlek
Intramural volle ball, ping Junior varsity basketball,
pong, basketball, Commercial varsity basketball, varsity foot
Efficiency Club, Civil Service ball, Bachelors' Club, Varsity
Club, Co-ed Club, Music Club.
Club, "Student" Magazine Staff.
JAMES BRADY Al-TON BRAND
Intramural basketball, varsity
baseball, Tennis Club, Junior
Red Cross, treasurer of
Epsilon, vice-president of
manager, intramural basketball
baseball, Varsity Club,
treasurer of FFA.
Band, State Sectional Band,
badminton, volleyball, ping
pong, basketball, Bowling
Club, Co-ed Club, Epsilon,
Phi Sigma, Square Dance Club.
Chorus, girls' quartet, N. Y.
S. S. M. A., All-State Choir,
"Student" Newspaper, All
Northern New York Sectional
Choir, cast of "That Brewster
Boy", Elk's Prize Speaking
Contest, Junior-Senior Banquet
and Dance Committee, Swing
Sixteen, Bowling Club, Kappa,
president of choir, reporter
for Masquer's alternate to
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Intramural sports, band, Phi
Sigma, Music Club, secretary
of sophomore homeroom,
reporter for Music Club, vice-
president of Phi Sigma.
FFA, Country Club, Square
Country Club, Square Dance
Club, Epsilon, vice-president
of Homemaking Club, Patrol
Ski Club, Square Dance Club
GAIL J. CHILDS
Epsilon, Civil Service Club
Commercial Efficiency Clubl,
Country Club, chorus.
Junior varsity cheerleading,
varsity cheerleading, intra-
mural basketball, volleyball,
softball, Co-ed Club, Epsilon,
treasurer of Kappa,chairman
of Summary Committee, Student
Council, vice-president of
sophomore class, candidate
DONALD RALPH CLARK
Intramural basketball, track
manager, Bachelors' Club,
Slide-Rule Club, Photogra hy
Club, Varsity Club, Model,
Club, French Club, Bowling
Volleyball, basketball, Civil
Service Club, Commercial
Efficiency Club, Epsilon,
Yearbook Planning Staff, foot-
ball, traclc, Varsity Club,
Tennis Club, Epsilon, president
of Student Council, president
of sophomore class, president
of Photography Club, vice-
president of Masquer's, vice-
president of Bachelors' Club,
Summary Committee, King of
ALICE MARIE CONVERSE
Intramural baskeifball, volley-
ball, badminton, softball,
sectional volleyball, softball
playday, Music Club, Epsilon,
Classics Club, "Student"
Magazine Staff, Advertising
Staff of "Student" Yearbook,
Country Club, Bowling Club,
secretary of Home Economics
Club, captain of Columbia.
Representative to Student
Council, intramural sports,
basketball playday, Country
Club, Kappa, Epsilon, Junior
Red Cross, Square Dance Club,
Current Events Club, president
of iunior homeroom.
J. ROBERT COUGHLIN
Junior varsity basketball man-
ager, Epsilon, "Student" Mag-
azine, "Student" Newspaper,
Bowling Club, Bachelors' Club
Junior Red Cross, Varsity Clubi
president of freshman class,
president-elect of senior class,
president of Current Events
Club, Student Council, iunior-
senior prom committee, Ford
Scholarship to Yale University
Commercial Efficiency Club,
"Student" Magazine Art
Country Club, vice-president of
Square Dance Club, Commer-
cial Efficiency Club, Co-ed
Club, Homemaking Club,
intramural sports, "Student"
Magazine Typing Staff.
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SHIRLEY ANN DISOTELLE
Country Club, Commercial
Efficiency Club, Co-ed Club,
Nature Study Club, Square
Dance Club, Country Club,
CHARLES DORA MARION DORA
"Chuck" Softball, volleyball, Commer-
Junior varsity football. cial Efficiency Club, Square
Dance Club, Junior Red Cross
SYLVIA EARL SHIRLEY EARLE
Homemaking Club, chorus, "Student" Magazine, chorus,
"Student" Yearbook, "Student" "Student" Yearbook, Music
Magazine, intramural sports, Club, French Club, Square
Square Dance Club. Dance Club, Country Club,
Homemaking Club, Junior Red
JOHN R. FELLION PATRICK J. FITZPATRICK
"Bobbie" "Big Red"
FFA, Varsity Club, captain of
intramural basketball team.
NANCY FLAHERTY ROSEMARY FLORIO
Band, volleyball, basketball, "BeI5Yn
badminton, Photography Club, Country Club, SQUUFS Dance
Co-ed Club, Phi Sigma, Square CIUI9-
Intramural sports, ping pon ,
sectional, FFA, Country C?ub
captain of intramural team,
"T e Nats".
MARILYN T. FLYNN
Epsilon, Nature Study, Music
Club, volleyball, Square
ROBERT W. GASPAR
Bachelors Club, Ski Club,
Masquers, Varsity Club, choir,
chorus, Swing Sixteen, base-
Girls' intramurals, Co-ed
Club Casts of "Dear Ruth",
"Junior Miss", "That Brewster
Boy", "Gloria Mundi",
second and third places in
Elks Speaking Contest, Music
Club, Needlecraft Club,
Kappa reporter, candidate for
Queen of Epsilon, Masquers
secre tary, "Student" magazine,
Yearbook staff, choir, band,
chorus, Swing Sixteen, All-
State sectional choir, Student
Council, senior class president.
LL OYD GE RO
Choir, chorus, baseball, foot-
ball, basketball, Varsity Club
Varsity basketball, varsity foot-
ball, track, intramural basket-
Nature Study Club, Tennis
Club, Slide-Rule Club,
Photography Club, Epsilon,
Operators Club, Bowling
Club, "Student" Yearbook
photographer, president of
Intramural basketball, softball,
volleyball, ping pong, badmin
ton champ, tennis champ,
"Student" Magazine Typing
Staff, candidate for Queen of
Epsilon, treasurer of Phi Sigma
captain of Syracuse.
RITA GRIFFIN ROBERT GRIFFIN NORMA E. HALSE
Intramural sports, Phi Sigma, "Griff" "Marner"
Epsilon, Co-ed Club, Commer- Intramural basketball, tum- Epsilon, Kappa, Co-ed Club,
cial Efficiency Club, Square bling, track, Square Dance Chorus, choir, Swing Sixteen,
Dance Club, iunior varsity Club. New York School Music
Association, vice-president of
freshman homeroom, president
of iunior homeroom, Junior Red
Cross, Class Motto and Colors
cheerleader, treasurer ofCivil
JAMES E. HAMMILL FRANK A. HANKEY CARL HASKELL
"Jimmie" Band, Epsilon, assistant man- "Slim"
Bachelors' Club, Square Dance ager of Projection Club. Intramural basketball, Tennis
Club, representative to Student Club.
JOELLE S. HOLCOMB MERRILL HOLMES ROSEANNA JOCK
Band, Swing Sixteen, badmin- Patrol System, Nature Study Patrol System, Civil Service,
ton, basketball, volleyball, Co- Club, president of Photography Club, Commercial Efficiency
ed Club, N. Y. S. S. M. A., Club. Club, Square Dance Club,
"Student" Newspaper, "Student" Country Club.
Yearbook, Bowling Club, vice-
president of Kappa, treasurer of
Commercial Efficiency Club,
secretary of band, editor-in-
chief of "Student" Magazine,
Student Council, head typist of
"Student" Magazine, secretary
of freshman and sophomore
CHARLOTTE M. JOHNSON
Intramural volleyball, Home
Economics Club, Country Club,
Intramural basketball, volley-
ball, softball, Epsilon, secre-
tary of Country Club, president
of Homemaking Club, repre-
sentative to Student Council,
representative to Junior Red
Football, basketball manager,
intramural basketball, Student
Council, Varsity Club, Junior
Red Cross, Ski Club, Country
Club, Bowling Club, Tennis
Club, Bachelors' Club. V
CHARLE NE LACOMBE
Patrol System, French Club,
Nature Study Club.
GORDON LANG LOlS
Football, track, band, volley-
ball, Tennis Club, Bachelors'
Club, Bowling Club, Varsity
Cross Country, track, intra-
mural basket ll, Summary
Committee, Operators' Club,
captain of Patrol System.
Intramural basketball, ping
pong, Epsilon, Country Club
Square Dance Club, Student
Council, Junior Red Cross.
ELIZABETH L. LAMITIE
Volleyball, Nature Study
Club, Future Homemakers of
America, Epsilon, lieutenant
of Patrol System.
PHYLLIS LANG LOIS
Homemaking Club, Needlecraft
RHEA S. LARCHE
Intramural basketball, softbal l ,
volleyball, badminton, Co-ed
Club, treasurer of Homemaking
Phi Sigma, "Student" News-
paper, chorus, Bowling Club,
Current Events Club.
Varsity Club, cross country,
basketball, track, Commercial
BEVERLY J. M. MARLOW
Country Club, Square Dance
Club, Commercial Efficiency
Club, Science Club.
IRVIN J. MACLAREN
Junior varsity basketball,
varsity basketball, varsity foot
ball, junior varsity football,
varsity baseball, Varsity Club,
Tennis Club, Bowling Club,
Bachelors' Club, track, ping
pong, secretary of iunior class.
BEVERLY J. R. MARLOW
Commercial Efficiency Club,
EVELYN MARSHALL ANDRE MAYVU-LE
Square Dance Club. Intramural basketball.
RICHARD MCCARTHY JAMES MCDONALD
Football, basketball, baseball,
Varsity Club, Student Council.
Junior varsity cheerleading,
varsity cheerleading, ping
pong champ, badminton champ,
sectional badminton champ,
junior-senior banquet and prom
committee, iunior class supper
committee, basketball, volley-
ball, softball, Phi Sigma,
Epsilon, Country Club, Bowling,
Club, vice-president of fresh-
man class, president of freshman,
sophomore , iunior homeroom,
treasurer of Co-ed Club.
Commercial Efficiency Club,
Civil Service Club, Advertis-
ing Staff of the Yearbook,
Cross Country, track, awarded
Ford Scholarship to Columbia
University, cast of "Junior
Miss", Epsilon, Junior Red
Cross, Slide-Rule Club.
Intramural softball, Civil
Chorus, intramural sports,
French Club, Co-ed Club, sec-
retary of band, vice-president
of band, president of Kappa,
secretary of homeroom.
Homemaking Club, Nature Study
Club, Country Club.
Volleyball, basketball, bad-
minton, softball, ping pong,
iunior-senior banquet and
prom committee, uniform
committee of band, Epsilon
Dance Committee, Music Club,
Phi Sigma, Civil Service Club,
Bowling Club, secretary of
Freshman homeroom, treasurer
of sophomore homeroom, finan-
cial bookkeeper of "Student"
Magazine, secretary of Co-ed
Basketball, baseball, manager
of football, Tennis Club,
Bachelors' Club, Bowling Club,
reader of class prophecy.
Epsilon, Bachelors' Club,
Varsity Club, Country Club,
football, intramural basket-
ball, Student Council,
candidate for King of Epsilon.
JOAN NE N ICK LAW
Band, clarinet quartet, volley-
ball, basketball, badminton,
ping pong, softball, Junior-
Senior Banquet and Dance
Committee, Epsilon Dance Com-
mittee, Junior Supper Commit-
tee, Civil Service Club, Music
Club, Co-ed Club, Epsilon,
president of Phi Sigma, finan-
cial bookkeeper of '52 Year-
book, secretary of sophomore
J OYCE M. PORTER
Commercial Efficiency Club.
Epsilon, Home Economics
Club, Square Dance Club,
Home Economics Club, Square
Dance Club, Patrol System.
Masquers, Co-ed Club, French
Club, Current Events Club,
Music Club, librarian of band.
Epsilon, Commercial Efficiency
Club, Civil Service Club.
Homemaking Club, Square
Dance Club, Country Club.
MARY MARGARET RHOADES
Kappa, Square Dance Club,
"Student" Yearbook Staff,
intramural volleyball, basket-
ball, badminton, ping pong,
Junior Red Cross, Bowling
Club, chorus, advertising
editor of "Student" Magazine
reporter of Co-ed Club.
Commercial Efficiency Club,
Square Dance Club, Current
Events Club, Country Club.
Bachelors' Club, Masquers,
intramural basketball, Square
BARBARA ROBINSON HAROLD ROBINSON DONALD RULE
"Barb" "Harry" "Don"
Glee Club, Commercial Model Club, Square Dance BClSlsetball, baseball, president
Efficiency Club. Club. of Varsity Club, treasurer of
junior class, iunior class ring
committee, captain of Football
ROSE SABREY CONSTANCE SAFFORD SHIRLEY SANTAMORE
"Rosa" "Connie" "Shirl"
Cast of "Thirteenth Letter", Kappa, Art, Advertising, and Country Club, Square Dance
iunior-senior banquet and Editorial Staffs of "Student" Clllbf C0mmel'ClCl Effldency
dance committee, assistant Magazine, Music Club, Science CIUIJ-
director of "Junior Miss", Club, Country Club, Home-
"That Brewster Boy", "Gloria making Club, secretar and
Mundi", "Town Hall Tonight", treasurer of Classics Cllub.
Music Club, Square Dance Club,
Co-ed Club, Junior Red Cross
treasurer of Student Council,
secretary of Student Council,
Kappa, and Senior class, presi-
dent of Masquers, candidate for
Queen of Epsilon.
JOSEPH W. SKOWYRA
Concert band, marching band,
pep band, Northern New York
Sectional Band, dance band,
intramural basketball, football,
cast of "The Thirteenth Letter",
Junior Red Cross, Model Club,
State speaking contest for
Future Farmers, track, choir,
chorus, Country Club, Bowling
Club, Sentinel in Future
Farmers in "SI"-"52".
Library Club, transferred from
RICHARD EDWARD SPINNER
Square Dance Club, Varsity
Club, Country Club, football,
BETH ELLEN SPAULDING
Intramural sports, advertising
staff of "Student" Yearbook,
editorial staff of "Student"
Magazine, Co-ed Club, Countr
Club, Science Club, Music Clu
Photography Club, Epsilon, cap-
tain of Cornell.
Epsilon, Junior Red Cross,
president of sophomore and
iunior homeroom, vice-presi-
dent of Home Economics Club.
HELEN STAMAS LILA ANN STOWE FLOYD SUPERNAULT
Band, chorus, intramural Civil Service Club, Commer- "Supie"
sports, advertising staff of cial Efficiency Club, Square Ndture Study C ub, Tennis
"Student" Yearbook, Co-ed Dance Club, Epsilon. Club, Country Club, treasurer
Club, Photography Club, of Masquers.
French Club, Kappa,Epsilon,
Masquers, vice-president of
iunior class, treasurer of
DELMA SWEET LlLlAN SWEET RAYMOND C- TARBELL
nDel u ll u IIRUYII
Phi Sigma, volleyball, secre Intramural sports, Junior varsity Country Club, Square Dance
tary of freshman, sophomore, cheerleading, Bowling Club, Club, reporter of FFA.
and junior homerooms.
Music Club, Epsilon, Co-ed
Club, intramural Council,
treasurer of Student Council,
secretory of Phi Sigma, president
of homeroom, varsity head cheer-
leader, captain of Manhattan,
reporter of Commercial Efficiency
Club, vice-president of Civil
Service Club, candidate for
Queen of Epsilon.
JOYCE M. TAYLOR
Maiorette, "Student" Yearbook Basketball, Nature Study Club.
Staff, "Student" Magazine
Staff, volleyball, basketball,
softball, badminton, ping pong,
Commercial Efficiency Club,
Civil Service Club, Co-ed Club,
BETTY VAN BUREN
intramural sports, Phi Sigma,
"Student" Magazine, Bowling
Club, band, Student Council,
secretary of Epsilon, president
of Co-ed Club, editor of
"Student" Yearbook, president
of iunior class, Queen of
" on" Intramural sports, Epsilon, Co
ed Club, Square Dance Club,
Commercial Efficiency Club,
Civil Service Club.
CAROLE ANN WILCOX BEVERLY A. WILLETT
Bowling Club, intramural "Bev"
sports, Nature Study Club, Country Club, Square Dance
Music Club, Country Club, Club, Junior Red Cross, Phi
Needlecraft Club, Masquers, Sigma.
"Student" Yearbook, Co-ed
Club, Photography Club,
Square Dance Club, advertising
manager of "52" Yearbook.
l if .tw illili
RICHARD WILLIS FRANK WOOD
Cast of "Thirteenth Letter" Baseball, intramural basketball,
band, intramural sports, Varsity Club, Sentinal in "SO"
Varsity Club. -"5I" of FFA.
Track, junior varsity football,
Epsilon, intramurals, bowling,
president of sophomore homeroom
Vice Pres. Robert Auger
Pres. Sylvia Gingras
Treas . Jean Avery
Sec. Rose Sabrey
Square Dancel I !
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fomfmzl of 5
WAY back in the year of '48, almost smack dab in the middle of the twentieth century, we plodded our
weary way up the hill to the Academy. From the very beginning we were adaptable -- we had to be.
Never before had we met such contrasts and-intensities. The upper-classmen were not merely passively, but
actively hostile to us greenhorns. To trust them was always foolish, and usually fatal. We had to love such a
place but were bound to hate it and here the splits in our souls began.
Painfully we trod through our first shak year. Bob Coughlin kept order with the aid of Tess McCabe. Bob
Auger held the quill while Parker Connors held the purse strings.
After a spell, through which most survived as we were a hardy lot, we went back to the drudgery of the three
R's. Parker Connors tightened the bit with the assistance of Esther Carlin. Bob Auger seemed to have squatters'
rights in keeping the ledger: George Murtagh got the moneybag.
But like the weather, it became less slippery going and we looked for a thaw. Having won half the battle,
we were old timers now. At this point of the journey Lou VanBuren tightened the right rein while Helen Stamas
pulled on the left. The hen scratching was turned over to lrv MacLaren. Don Rule guarded the green-backs
which we had acquired through diligent toil in hash-slinging for the townspeople. Chief cook and bottle-washer,
Bob Coughlin, was ably assisted by Mr. Schnitzlein and members of the class.
The big doin's of the year was held in June when we entertained the high falutin' seniors ata good old shindig
After this they retreated leaving us undisputed possession of the territory.
We old settlers could now smile down on the new pioneers making their toilsome way up the same old hill.
The place was now overrun with young'uns and their new fanglecl ideas.
Miz Sylvia Gingras now held the seat of honor with Bob Auger lending a helping hand. Rose Sabrey did the
pen pushing and Jean Avery held the nuggets.
By this time, we now had the situation well in hand. Student Council was presided over by Parker Connors,
Esther Carlin ruled the Summary Committeep Student Magazine went to press under the direction of Joelle
Holcomb: Lou VanBuren turned gray over the Yearbookg the Newspaper couldn't stump Marilyn Bessettep the
Varsity Club, with all its heroes, was headed by Don Rule, Marion Murphy directed Kappa, Phi Sigma was under
Joanne Nicklawp Lil Sweet saw to the noise makingp while Rose Sabrey helped Masquers make histor 5 Co-eds,
under Lou VanBuren, played the game. Dave Lamica kept the cops on their beatp Bill Creighton took charge of
the farming. Valerie Revoir kept the Red Cross flying. And all worked hard under these leaders.
Now as the sands of time have run out, the green unsophisticated passel of young'uns from the Junior High,
who had blundered into the halls of F. A. are now emerging the beatinest class in its history.
Although we know it nigh impossible, we hope the class of '53 will try to uphold the tradition we have estab-
To describe what we have suffered is past the art of men,
But to give a fair description we do the best we can,
Our hearts were made of iron and our souls were cased in steel
But the hardships of those four years
Could never make us yield.
Ye Old Ink Dippers,
Moin Street, looking west.
, ,W f,,,y- W,
"Gill ,fs 1 ' 'LQ
M-.., ,, , . A.
Fam amd Fifofzb
R. Gaspar, B. Thomas, I. Barnes,
L. VanBuren, G. LaFarr, S. Gingras,
P. Commors, I. Bessette.
EDITOR ----- - - LOU VANBUREN
. JUNIOR EDITOR ------ BARBARA DUMONT
BUSINESS MANAGER ---- JOANNE NICKLAW
ADVERTISING MANAGER - CAROL WILCOX
Standing left to right: B. Spaulding, A.
Converse, E. Lamitie, M. Golden, E. Purdy,
N. Phelps, C. Taylor, P. Coughlin, J. LaFave,
J. Revette, M. Cooke, R. Nostxo, I. Holcomb.
Seated: L. McCracken, B. Thomas, R. Sabrey,
C. Wilcox, I. Nicklaw, L. Prevost, D. Wood,
G. LaFarr, R. Florio.
'I'here hssbeen considerable
mention about thi Qld hjoetball-
teams at Franldlnjlt-tfdemy when
'Ox' Bordeaulxahd George' Rey-
nolds were playing for the FA
Bordeau, Reynolds Starred Grid Movies On 1927 FA Football loam T0 Be l10W11 l
COOPER At FA Toni ht
turned out, was made up of: Don
Mahoney' at quarterback, Tommy The football MOVE! of,
Flynn at right halfback, Captai Franklin ACBd0mY-SHl'l-X18-C
Leroy Bordeau at fullback, Georg Slime Played Sill-INIIY If Sli'
Reynolds at left halfback, Spauldd 1-like will ll !l10Wll tonizht in
Tl-IE PBOBABLE starting line-
up for tomorrow's game ls: Mc-
Carthy at fullbackg Rule at quar-
terback: Boadway and Gokey in
the halfback positions to make up
the starting backfield. Bouvier at
center, Hutchins at left guard,
Spinner, at left tackle, Marlow at
left end, Decoste at right end and
MacLa.ren at right tackle.
now leads the Northern League
scoring list following 'the opening'
Dick McCarthy, FA fu1lblcl
WH UP- Malone Evening Telegram. Malone, N
wmu- -1 f f ' i
lin Ac' - V- ' Q "1
notice: sznrroa-IN-cams ASSOCIATE EDITORS
gsm lf mmm nmssn-rm DAVA SANCOMB
' TU Loon
among, Assocwrn mnrroas Klfylfglirfdllg YELBDO
Reynolo JOYCE BEAN
A ALICE Bmmwnnm FACULTY
T .' JOHN BESSETTE ADVISORS
that Eg PENNY COUGHLJ-N MISS DONOVAN
'ARD-'U' MAHONEY rf 7 October 30 I95I M155 SAWYER
sammy Ymnm 75 ' F. w. scnnrrzuamv
Editorial so sv- , Ae VPf0gf' nqmfmg
- re has fternoon the -
2 great de' I :anklin Acer N eporter
37 1353175 IB J, sam, 1' 52 lwith a vi 'Recently we have had a prob-
Ti9l'lQfl'5Hl-ll0W00H, UV- Jrth- 4. 3 obly 'of ' JN-0 N' 'ln obtaining chaperons. for
tbl VI-HN!! mn' ' K vw ' "" FA 0 09 ' 'no l' T I ' '
, 'I Ivo. . 4? syn 5g Rec dances. he nqumng
mlm' whom hd 1 98,509-In OH sentef . rter would like to know
ln! fm' "t-flckl U! . is R , - Vublf o P izgr H55 ' Y 6, your suggestions for solv-
evlr. in wmv W f " 3'-6 -,cf 3392. 50 one problem are. .
that the children - -' ' " 'A Q, -3, 599' . the students are interested
Will: thi!! ull l Sl' having the Rec dance. they
lllllllv UU? 509-UPC Lould find the chaperone.
fl!! lllll G! the hcl' -Joe Skowyra
'V'-919' 81 A' I think students should ask
0954 NO. 'heir parents. Many parents are
P90Pl9- ' ' Jing to chaperon but they've
l-lllllllf. . M get been asked.
P951 -Joanna Bmwn
"plellL h K
picking uput. '
ln general, of und
been .done bo thi
ve always thought a Student-
ther-Parent Association could
mplish many things. This
tend to help this problem
any othersfwhich call for
n on the part of every-
U10 Pflllkltefl to Nxrnmlttee should be
There 18 R .QQ tact parents. In
4 "kids" :bo fx 0 01 Hnts feel that
1 nlor JW 'iksdqlg chaperon, but
. People-M , 01" is the situa-
' much -e may have
2 og s - whoa, ,L4R0sF
I wudng X . 'Gr 8 GQ! .y Mae Benware
J vgmu A First Row: D, Sancomb, P. Coughlm, I . Beane, , 4 L,,,,u,dn't two couples chap.
less owner lettsround are only s A. Benware, M. Mahoney, S, Yelle. Second Row: Paid ewn instead of four mothers? 1
I YOW of Bll?1ll'PFBl1lU- The , Q K. Tulloch, D. Yeddo, I. LaFave, J. Bessette. gn think this would provide a more
' who do this arel or should , , , .. n on y enjoyable evening for these cha-
enough to know better. RH .4 A - sm, , E V Y ,I ettempt! perons and also make it easier to
don'tlseen1 to IIIOW f' ' 'fgx he, ' "yin agfer obtain them. -Sylvia Gmgras.
have any intelligence. '4 J a 1 .-t, W liter: die: If the students want these
er seem to think of the 0 .ad to ' , 3 ta me ls dances they could ask their par-
The Y point of slew. It they were .esp X . e Nor- fix' B nik . f ifddegorlz ents or some older friends or rel-
vannyi ownefl shoes, they would -.. mpionshlp. a situ dmwglg no met a atives to come up to chaperon
league' very angry ,to say the 14-,buf ,.ggle all the way, charmm , om: f Jenn for at least one dance.
amml 'rum bays also don't mm . malty won s thrilling Shadi vfho fm 51-mmlgr many -Joanne wiuen
Tuppea long to go before they will o fgame, 19-13, to become the first man ears p Y' I think that if the students
like. A rome. house or land, to whlc I' NNY sectional as well as the ,,Py y lit d Po ,, b formed a committee they could
The they don't, ofcourse, want toses Northern League champs from shavfrg3e:1fogd.a2,euon:gI2 -BZ get the chapel-ons and maybe
be al anything: happen. grid, ln turn, Malone. as t h d 3' d have couples instead of just wo-
will cum me ues um wm be --- E. 'Y 0 fecogm " 'O 'L' 0 , " men. -Lillian Sweet
lahrougl harm' ,Tun ,, every Han If th kids fine-is what really counts. Here -. 1
UWM . ' Oween- cle " " is s book that has something to Bonnet: 'rms ls 5 dell .nf
even Your: EPZ igusmrncg would only 'ee the destruction Say 10 0V2!'Yb0dy-for some s. tongue-in-cheek story of aglltill:
numerous partles and dances
which are held, this vicinity
which they cause, we could have
a much cleaner and safer Hal-
warning, for many s message in-
"The Mudla.rk" by Theodore
London ragamuffin and the high-
ly improper disturbance he caus-
ed in the region of Victoria.
J. D'Amour, S. Earl.
L. McCracken, I. Cooley,
B. Bouvier, M. Cooke,
S, Earle. I. Taylor, A. Killers,
R. Nostro, I. Routh,
G. Dewey, I. Holcomb.
Fix-st Row: G. Sawyer, M. English, L. Davis, M. Robinson,
M. Lancto. Second Row: F. W. Schnitzlein, E. Donovan,
Pres, H. Bodway
V. Pres, R. Murphy
Maia ,,:xngVA M
Sec. I. Routh
Treas. L. Brooks
Sec. R. Durham
T1-egg, D, Soullier
Pres. D. Tulloch
V. Pres, E, Magaeen
Treas, P, Rutkowsld
Sec, M. LaBe11e
:tilt mf' '
V. Pres. I. Marlowe
Pres. G. Rider
First Row: L. Burns, D. Reynolds. I. Marlow, R. Tupper, I. Gardiner, G, Cargill, D. MacDiarmid, Second Row: G. Rider,
. . . 1 nh R
A. Pease, T. Smerlis, A. K1llets, D. Tulloch, M. Dustin. J. Gratten, Third Row. B. Thomas. J. Cooley, Fou ow:
A. Bashaw, P, Cunningham, S. Howard. I. Ledger, E, Carlin. I. Kerry. Fifth Row: R. Murphy. Sixth Row: R, Willis,
J. Avery, L. Sweet, P, Connors, R, Sabrey, J. Riendeau, S. Gingras,
LAST June the officers of the Student Council for the year 1951-52 were elected in a school wide election.
Winners of the election were: President--Parker Connors, Vice President--James Riendeau, Secretary--Rose
Sabrey, Treasurer--Lillian Sweet. Each homeroom elects a representative and an alternate to sit in the meet-
ings of the Council every Tuesday. The faculty advisors are Mr. Donald MacDiarmid and Mrs. Lillian Burns.
Each year Student Council strives to introduce new ideas for student activities and issues that reflect student
Probably the most important undertaking this year was the adoption of a school flag. Although it was dis-
cussed at many meetings, the final flag was adopted on November 27. The design of the flag was determined
by a contest open to all students. A committee from the Council and a group of teachers picked the finalists.
s were then submitted to the Council and the winner was chosen. James Riendeau's flag design
was selected and will be seen on the final production of the flag.
The Student Council of 1951-52 extends sincere wishes for a successful year to the newly elected Council.
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Left to right: J, Barnes, D, Lamica, E. Carlin, G. Sawyer, P. Connors, S, Gaspar,
First Row: D. Lamica.
Second Row: N. Gibbo,
M. Dustin, P. Barlow,
L. Goodrow, I. Boyea,
C. LaCombe. Third
Row: G. Sawyer, R. Jock,
J. Garrand, C. Johnson.
Fourth Row: I. King,
J. McDonald, E, Lamitie,
Paz Wo! fyfiem
G. Goodrow, L.
Sweet, R, Sabreyg
E. Carlin, I. Avery,
S. Gingras, L. Van
R. Murphy. I.
Brady, R. Auger:
J. Riendeau, R.
Plumb, I. LaFave
CROWN BE ARE RS
RUYAL CO RT
First Row: J. Riendeau, I. Avery, E, Carlin, R. Auger, Second Row: R. Plumb, G. Goodrow
S. Gingras, R. Murphy, Third Row: J, LaFave, L, Sweet, R, Sabrey, I. Brady,
QUEEN LOU VANBUREN
KING PARKER CONNORS
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First Row: L, Jones, I, Blanchard, B, Dumont, S, Durham, I, Clark, I, Benware, S, Howard, R, Griffin, Second Row: I. King,
A, Brooks, G, LaFarr, I, Bessette, M, Cantwell, S, Gaspar, E, Ioy, G, Sennett, Third Row: S, Disotelle, J, Fraughton, N, Halse,
P, Cunningham, M, Harrigan, M, Gareau, J, Cooley, I, Fleury, K, Lancto. Fourth Row: I. Barnes, E, Earle, A, Killets, E, Lamitie,
P, Brooks, A, Converse, C, Childs, I, Johnston, G. Childs, Fifth Row: C, Cahoon, I, LaFave, S, Benware, G, Hosson, P, Connors,
O, Langlois, I, Brady, D, Ieror, Sixth Row: W. Clark, C, King, M, Gokey, I, Bessette, P, Gibeau, R, Hutchins, P, Drayse. Seventh
Row: E, Carlin, G, Goodrow, R, Auger, I, Avery, L. Badger,
First Row: J, Rutkowski, I, Ledger, J, Perry, L, Sweet, M, Murphy, C. McGarrahan, K. Rowat, R. Spinner, J, Taylor, Second Row:
B. LaRose, L, Prevost, E. Wyman, B. Robare, T. McCabe, I, Willette, J, Nicklaw, L, Stowe, D, Thompson, R, Sabrey, Third Row:
N. Phelps, D. Wood, J. Revette, A. Maloney, D. Soulier, J. Randall, D. Smerlis, E, Manley, J. Storey, Fourth Row: P, Thompson,
D. Smerlis, I, Rhoades, K. Tulloch, F. Young, D. McGibbon, R. Sancomb, D, Stowe, D. Sancomb, I, Yeddo, Fifth Row: D, Tulloch
A. Pease, R, Robarge, C. Marlowe, R, Murphy, R, Plumb, L. VanBuren, G. Douglass, Sixth Row: B. Thomas, R. Learned, L. Lemke.
MWZ07' Reef Crm
First Row: N. Meyer,
P, Tavernier, N. Gibho,
B. White, V. Revoir,
B. Willette, A. Gingras,
R. O'Brien, Second Row:
I. Turner, E, Bonville,
J. Debyah, D, Wood,
G. Miller. J. Boyea,
B. Lytle, M. Murphy.
Third Row: H. Stamas,
R. Jones, S, McKinney,
E. Manley, J. Blanchard,
S, Lyons, M. Montville,
I. Soper. Fourth Row:
P, Coughlin, J. LaFave.
O10 miami Club
First Row: I. Taylor,
S, Cox, E. McQuinn,
C, Mitchell, R. McDonald
C. Wilcox. Second Row:
D. Lamitie, B. Learned,
V. Proper, T. Jones,
D. Dumont. Third Row:
B. Livermore, P. Gibeau,
B. Santy, D. VanEss,
C. Taylor. Fourth Row:
P. Connors, J. Randall,
Wm. Riley, H, Dupuis,
M. Holmes, D. Smerlis.
First Row: G. Hosson, R. McDowel, K. Tulloch. Second Row: S. Howard, B, Maneely,
C. McGarrahan, K, Rowat, C. Cahoon. Third Row: R. Gaspar, J. Barnes, P, Connors,
R. Sabrey, S, Gingras, I, Brown, J. Fraughton. Fourth Row: J. Rhoades, V. Revoir,
E, Joy, V, Prue, C. Wilcox, K. Francis, R. Webster. Fifth Row: J. Skowyra, J, LaFave
R, Willis, P, Scully, A, Robinson, I. Faubert.
First Row: B. Livernois, S. Griffin. I. Meagan.
W. Little. Second Row: B. Bashaw, J. Bashaw,
B. Toland, A, Morey. Third Row: M. Golden,
I, Gardiner, D. Gleich, T. Shantie, R. Spaulding.
Fourth Row: D. Jones, B. Benware, L. White,
V. Wood. Fifth Row: G. Williams, C. Thomas,
A, Sharland. Sixth Row: J. LaPrad, C. Randall,
L. Jock, C. Legacy. C. Monette, R. Tucker,
First Row: L. Burns, R. Plumb, I. Moore, K. Francis,
E. McQuinn, C. Taylor. Second Row: I. Kerry,
M, Benware, D. Tulloch, I. Hammill, S. Lyons.
Third Row: P. Connors, D. Daigneault, M. Remillard,
A. Robinson, R. Carroll, T. Lamitie.
First Row: I. Bessette,
G. Dewey, M, Scully,
L. Davis, D. Randall.
Second Row: I. Bessette
P. Gibeau, E. Manley,
J. Randall, G. Tarbell,
First Row: E. Mageean, R. Tarbeu, F. Poissant, R, Peckham, R. Southworth, Second Row: R. Shields, W. McCabe.
D. Western, K. Disotelle. Third Row: L. White, C. LePage, J. Rockhill, B. Rockhill, L, Hapgood, Fourth Row: A.
Moore, R. Bowles, F. Wood, C. Herdman, D. Rogers, Fifth Row: R. Sherwin, A. Brand, G. Perham, W. Fitzpatrick,
N. Otis. Sixth Row: B. Foote, L. Spaulding, W. Dixon, R. Sherwin, H. Smith.
First Row: B. Fleury, L. Tucker, E, Lamitie, P. Brooks, J. Perry, A, Fairchild, P. Barlow. Second Row: I. Johnston, W. Rafter,
P. Richey, D. Sancomb, J. Peach, B, Berry, J. Durant, R. Lyons. Third Row: S, Earl, C. Safford, I. Miller, S. Earle, S. Premo
B. Spinner, J. Nichols, E. Benware, I. Debyah, C, Johnson. I. Perham, L. Burns,
First Row: B. Santy, Second Row: B. Maneeley,
E. Joy, I. Sweet, R. Willis. Third Row: C. King,
C. Cahoon, I. Rhoades, C. LaCombe. Fourth Row
L. Lemke, I. Barnes. Fifth Row: D. Clark. Sixth
Row: T. Owens.
First Row: J. Routh, R. Nemo, E. Wyman, I, Routh, F, Towne. Second
Row: G. Goodrow, L. Sweet, T, Owens, I. Nicklaw, P. Brooks. Third
Row: J. Barnes, S, Benware, J. Kelley, B. Willette, P. Thompson, R.
Griffin, M. Murphy, Fourth Row: N. Flaherty, J, Rutkows-ki, E. Joy, '
M. Mahoney, L. VanBuren, A. Brooks,
First Row: S. Murphy, N. Halse, I, Fraughton,
D. Marceau, S. Yelle. Second Row: S. Gingras,
M. Murphy, K. Curtin, E. Carlin. Third Row:
R. Sabrey. I. Holcomb, S. Gaspar. Fourth Row:
C. McGarrahan, R. McDowell, S. Howard, P.
Ctmnin ham B Maneele S. Durham M Cooke,
S - . Y. . . ,
J. Brown. Fifth Row: B. Dumont, H. Stamas, M,
Rhoades, P, Scully. J. Avery, C. Safford.
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First Row: A. Brooks. J. Kelly. I.'Rhoades, S. Gingras. Second Row: P. Drayse, G. Hosson, D. Smerlis. I. Nicklaw. Third Row:
R, McDowell, I. Soper, H. Stamas, R. Sabrey. Fourth Row: L. Benware, G, Langlois, B. Lytle. Fifth Row: L. VanBuren, N, McQuinn,
I. BCSSCU-6. I. Fraughton. Sixth Row: I. Skowyra. F. Hankey. E. McQuirm, E. Joy. I. Rutkowski, H. Langdon, Sevennh Row: R. Brearey,
G, Cargill, I. Faubert.
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First Row: A. Killets. I. Bames. I. McDonald. Second Row: B. Maneely, R. Carroll, A. Ashlaw. Third Row: K. Rowat. Fourth Row:
A. Gingras, P. Coughlin, E. Earle. Fifth Row: R. Willis, R. Willis, M. Murphy, A, Trimm, F. Miller, P. Muller. Sixth Row:
O. Barney, S. Lyons, R. Hutchins, N. Myer. Seventh Row: V. Prue, R. Murphy, E. Mageean, R. Routh.
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A, Fairchild. Third Row: C. King, J. Riendeau, P. Skinner, K, Francis, B. LaRose, C, R. Rhoades. Fourth Row: J, McDonald,
P. Connors, P, Drayse, R, Gaspar, R. Murphy. Fifth Row: L. Gero, G. Cargill. I. Fauberr, L. Spinner, R, Durham,
First Row- C Stone C. McGarrahan, S. Howard, N. Dunnan, C, Cahoon, D. Smerlis, K. Tulloch, G. Hosson, R, Murphy, I. Moore,
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Third Row: L, Stewart, R. McDowell, P. Fish, M. LaBe1le. I. Gratton, N, Halse, R. McCarthy, R. Plumb. F. Supemault, A. Pease,
Gaspar. I. Soper. I. Rhoades, I. Ledger, R. Lyons, M. Demarse. Fourth Row: A, Gingras. I. Brown. J. Holcomb, E. Lyt e,
h D D1 h D Tulloch D Smerlis G Cargill J Faubert P Skinner S Pender, E. Wyman, A, Benware, I. Mitchell,
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J. McDohald, J. LaFave, L. Gero, P. Connors, P. Drayse, D, Reynolds, M, Rhoades, J. Fraughton, R. Flessner, M. Pelliccione,
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Third Row: K. Tulloch,
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cg' First Row: C. Stone.
Cheer, cheer for old Franklin High!
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First Row: I. Maclsaren, J. Kerry, A. Brand, D. Rule, R. McCarthy, R. Gokey, R. Plumb, R. Spinner. Second Row: I. Hutchins,
L. Brooks, G. Tavemier, J. Faubert, P, Connors, I. DeCarr, G. Langlois. Third Row: A, Stewart, R. Murphy, L. Francis, G. l-losson,
E, McCarthy, H. Bodway, B. Santy, L. Cahill. Fourth Row: R. Revoir, I. Lafave, N. Marlow, N. Bouvier, C. Herdman,
First Row: R. Gareau,
F, Byington, R, Durham,
D. Smerlis, S, Lyons,
J. Heckler, R. Routh,
L. White. Second Row:
M, Scully, A. Yando,
W. Riley, I, Storey,
R. Boyea, F. Gokey,
G, Marlow, E. Mason.
G. White, G. Rider,
M. Benware, I. Yando,
P. Rutkowski, R. Brand,
G. Douglass. Fourth Row
D. Reynolds, R. Prevost,
F. Clark, L. Spinner,
F. Boissey, J. Sweet, W.
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First Row: D. Elstien, R, Murphy, H. Bodway, E. McCarthy, Second Row: G. Murtagh, L. DeCoste, I. MacLaren. I. Bouvier,
J. LaFave, I. Riendeau. Third Row: K. Chapman, L. Brooks, D. Rule, R, McCarthy. I. DeCarr,
-.WMS First Row: R. Gareau. I. Yando, G. Rider, F. Boissey, Second Row: D. Tulloch, D. Daignault, D. Reynolds, G. Cargill, R. Southworth.
Third Row: L. Cahill, N. Marlow, D. Smhrlis, F. Byington, R. Brand.
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POTSDAM second Row: N. Dunnan, P. Thompson, J. Willerre, R. Tupper.
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First Row: D. Rule, R, McCarthy, l. MacLaren, J. ouvrer, , y g , . , . , . .
R. Durham, R. Plumb, K. Tulloch, R. Spinner, R. Routh. Third Row: R, Gokey, R, Willis, R, Gaspar, P. Fitzpatrick, G. Murtagh,
F. Boissey, I, Faubert. Fourth Row: I. LaFave, R, Carrol, D. Clark, J. Yando, J. DeCarr, J. Kerry, P. Biondo. Fifth Row: D. Elstien,
G. Tavernier, R. Auger, E. Mason, D. McCabe, J. Moore, P. Skinner, Sixth Row: H, Bodway, N. Bouvier, P, Connors, R, Murphy,
F. Wood, F. Byington, E. McCarthy. Seventh Row: I, Hutchins, L. DeCoste, E. Manley, B. Santy, S, Lyons, D, Reynolds, L, Brooks,
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First Row: 1, Fraughton, A. Benware, B. Berry, H, Mattimore, L. Benware, R. Sabrey. I. Nicklaw, R. Griffin, R, Larche. Second Row:
J. Wahlrab, P. Barlow, I, Willett, D. Thompson, J. Taylor, I. Clark, J. Gardiner, B. Furness. Third Row: E. Joy, I. Kelley,
J. Bessette, J. Routh, J. Routh, B. Robare, M. Montville, M. Murphy, E. Wyman. Fourth Row: S. Durham, K. Wemette, B, Trimm,
J. Garrand, M. Gareau, J. McNamara, C. Perry, H. Stamas, Fifth Row: A. Killers, T, Smerlis, B. Dumont, I. Holcomb, I. Debyah,
S. Durham, P. Thompson, S. Disotelle. Sixth Row: C, Clark, I. Durham, V, Prue, B.Bouvier, E. Hale, S. Howard, C. McGarrahan,
B. Maneely, C. Wilcox.
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T. McCabe, S. Benware, H. Seaman, L. VanBuren,
M. Murphy. Third Row: A. Converse, M. Rhoades,
E. Carlin, J. Avery,
First Row: D. Lamitie, I. Gordon, V. Proper, I, Holcomb, M, Bessette, B, Maneely, I. Fraughton. Second Row: H, Mattimore,
G. Goodrow, M, Murphy, T. McCabe, B. Robare, M. Montville, S. Durham, Third Row: D. Tulloch, G. Murtagh, G, Langlois,
A. Brand, A. Fish, F, Delarm, W. Clark. Fourth Row: P. Connors, P, Gibeau, D. McCabe, J. Kerry, N, Gibbo. I. Boyea, Fifth
Row: D. Fountain, I. Exley, D. Clark, S, Benware, E, Manley, N, Jones, D. Delosh, A, Ashlaw.
First Row: A, Benware, I. Durham, C. McGarrahan, I. Kelley, M. Gareau, D. Marceau, B. Furnace. Second Row: B. Dumont,
I. Routh, S, Howard, R. McDowell, D, LeRoux, S. Courson, P. Fish. Third Row: P. Williams, S, Yelle, I. Routh, I. Ledger,
I. Brown, J. Rutkowski, P, Scully, Fourth Row: C. Bowles, R. Prevost, R. Auger, K. Tulloch, E. Joy, S. Durham. Fifth Row:
R. Revoir, G. Johnson, R, Durham, R. Gaspar, J. Kerry, P. Monaghan,
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M. Fisher M. Duval "Take i' WY" Hot Dog!
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TAYl.0R'S BAKERY IS THE pLACE
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Albany Business College, 126-134 Washington Ave ., Albany 6, New York
American Dry Cleaners 8. Furriers Inc. , 34 Catherine St. , Malone, New York
Bastian Bros. Company, 1600 Clinton Ave. , North, Rochester. New York
Benware Creamery. 25 Harrison Place, Malone, New York
Boyer Monument Works, 88 Raymond St., Malone, New York
Boyer Motor Sales, 356 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Central City Business Institute, 428 South Warren St. , Syracuse 2, New York
Bernie Connors Service Station, 5 Amsden St. , Malone, New York
Delisle Bros. Shoe Store, 61 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Dora's Sunoco Service, 256 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Eldreclge ancl Mason, Inc. , 16 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Mildred Elley Secretarial School for Girls, 227-229 Quail St. , Albany 3, New York
Wm. A. Empsall and Co. , 47 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Endicott-Johnson, Corp. , 45 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
The 'Farmers' National Bank, 101 E. Main St., Malone, New York
Faubert Buick Sales, 66 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
The Flanagan Hotel, 1 Elm St. , Malone, New York
Frank's l. G. A. Store, 101 W. Main St., Malone, New York
Genaway 8- Clark, 5 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
General Ice Cream Corp. , 59 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
Georges' Pop Corn Shop, 118 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Glaucle's Men's Wear, 48 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Hutchins Insurance Agency, 15 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
Leonard C. Jessop, Jeweler, 1 Elm St. , Malone, New York
Jim's O'iginal Cut Rate Pharmacy, 175 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
F M. Johnson Co. , North Bangor, New York
Kallen's Furs, 132 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Karmel Korn Shop, 60 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
The Kassel Store, 46 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
John E. Kelly, Printing Shop, 1 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
Fred E. Kerry, "You Can Be Sure if it's Westinghouse", 12 Catherine St. , Malone, New York
Kirby Book Store, 4 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
Kriff's Furniture Store, 25 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
Minnie LaRocque, 94 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Malone Baking Company, 154 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
Malone Candy 8. Supply Co. Inc. , 99 Catherine St. , Malone, New York
Malone Dairy Inc., "Jumbo Banana Splits" W. Main St. Rd., Malone, New York
Malone Frozen Food Lockers, 35 Catherine St. , Malone, New York
Malone Milling Co. Inc. , 39 Mill St. , Malone, New York
Malone Rag, Iron and Metal Co. , Koff Bros., Proprs. , Est. 1905, 26 Mill St. , Malone, New York
Mam'seIle Shop, 185 E. Main St. Malone, New York
A. D. Martin, General Store, N. Bangor, New York
The Maytag Store, 37 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
McCarthy, Deno, 8. Coultry Packing Co. , Brewster St. , Malone, New York
McMann Paper Co. , 16 Brewster St. , Malone, New York
McQuinn Moccasin Co. , Moira, New York
Northern Hardware Co. Inc. , 98 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Patnode's Grocery, 21 Rennie St. , Malone, New York
Pearl's Department Store Inc. , 81 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Peoples Trust Co. of Malone, 63 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Plaza Theatre, 10 Pearl St. , Malone, New York
Robideau Studios, 9 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
Sabin Bros. , 19 W. Main St. , Malone, New York
Sansone's Dining Room, 321 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Sperling Furniture Store, 32 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
Stockwell's Men's Wear, 59 E. Main St. , Malone, New York
H. D. Thompson 8. Co. , Hardware, 12 Brewster St. , Malone, New York
Tucker's Book Store, 6 Pearl St. , Malone, New York
Goldie Weiant Beauty Salon, 1 Elm St. , Malone, New York
Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr . and Mrs
Hector J. Buell
H. I. Doud
M. T. Desnoyers
William J. Flaherty
William A. Gaspar
and Mrs. J. E. Kelly
and Mrs. Clarence LaFave
and Mrs. Wm. Lytle
and Mrs. Willard Maneeley
and Mrs James McFadden
and Mrs Vernon Moore
and Mrs Charles Porter
and Mrs Edward Sabrey X
and Mrs. Carl P. Sherwin
and Mrs. Paul Soper
and Mrs Pierre Spaulding
and Mrs Mitchell Tackley
and Mrs. Wilford Tallon
and Mrs. Wm. Topp
and Mrs. Wm. B. VanBuren
T HE "Student" Yearbook Staff wishes to express its sincere "thank-you" to each one of
you who made this book possible. We thank the businessmen and parents for their Financial
support. We also thank our friends who were interested enough to answer our plea for old-
time pictures and history of Malone. We also thank The Malone Evening Telegram and
WICY for their wonderful cooperation.
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